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"•Jewish jFloridiaxi Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lume 37 Number 27 Miami, Florida, Friday, July 3, 1964 Two Sections — Price 2\ ibotinsky's Jtemains Are let for Move By Special Report SEW YORK — Several hundred rails ol the Jewish Legion of Id War I headed by their Naal Commander Judah Lapson. march in Ihe mass procession New York accompanying the ral cortege carrying the ren> ol Zeev Jabolinskv. leading tcr li>r Jewish Statehood, and wile, Joanna, on Monday, 4 during their transfer for reial in Israel, according to an announcement hy the National CDbimitlcr lor the Jahotinsky Jltniorial Tin' continenl of former Jewish Lefionnairc will be comprised of r -inIrom various parts of the tr\. including the Pacific st. Boston, Baltimore. Phila u. and other communities s the land. Many of them ed in Palestine \inder Jahoky during World War I. Jabokv. the founder of the Jewish Continued on Page 11-A rdan Mural ets Treatment Israel Show %  K\\ YORK i.ITA Refusal cf • .1 i.m Pavilion .it the Wou: I,ni In romo\ c it•anti Jsi.ui mural led the American Israeli p.iMiion this weak to anHo.inci i display "I a Mown up %  production ol the mural along Hth .i poem stressing peace • 'lliiiu-an.lv u| hair visitors, in But ing Jews, hase paid an ad Hti.-.-ion charge to enter the JorBMI Pavilion The reproduction piui the poem will be placed in the imerican-Israel Pavilion courtlard where there is no admission M. The |M>em called "Peace through Understanding" — the Vorld'a Fair theme—was written F> Harold S. Caplin. American:racl World's Fair Corporation (in! begins: -Belore you enter. Continued on Page 10-A Eshkol Holds Important Meeting With DeGaulle ZKV JABQTMSKX finally bat* hontf PARIS — (JTAi — Israels Prime Minister Levi E-I.kol, who arrived here Monday lor a visit to France, conferred here with President Charles de Gaulle. Prime Minister Georges Pompidou and Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville, as well as ether top ranking officials of the French Government. including French Defense Minister Pierre Messmer Accompanying Mr ECshJews Warn They Intend To Retaliate in Argentina BUENOS AIRES —(JTA)— Rent wed anti-Jewish developments prompted the DAIA. central representative body oi Argentine Jew rj, tn hold an emergency meeting i his week following which the president oi the organisation told the Jewish Telegraphic Agenc) that Argentine authorities will be informed that any future aggressions against Jews might provoke etaUation by the victims The emergency meeting was iailed tn plan efforts to neutralize the situation created by the new i.ti Jewish and Nazi proi o< stions These included a virulently anti Semitic letter to Ihe DAIA >> a retired Air Force general and a ceremony in a church by a neo Nazi group featuring a Nazi harangue. Or. Isaac Goldenberg, president, said that the had been astured by Chief Inspector Nicolas typical DAIA DAIA Police Rod AJCom. Rebuffs Orthodoxy On Contacts With Vatican i MORXIS ABRAM fins v< is charge \KW YORK I JTA i — The American Jewish Committee took vigorous issue this week with a complaint of the Orthodox Rabbinical Council of America that the Committee had involved itself in "areas of theole-.y." The charge WU oased on efforts by the AJCommittee in connection with a statement on Catholic-Jew ish relations pending before the Ecumenical Council. The Rabbinical Council urged at its annual convention this week that intcrrcligiutis cooperation between Christians and Jews should be conducted on the basis of "sound sociological doctrine rath cr than the complicated area of iheologj The criticism was rebuffed in a statement issued by AJCommittee president Morris B. Abram, who asserted that better understanding and cooperation between Jews, Catholics ard Protestants had been a major responsibility of the organization since it was formed in 1904. He said one Of the primary oblectives of the Committee's human relations program was ihe need to counteract Ihe stereotype of the jew as %  Christ-killer," an "unl.ol was Israel's Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres, as well 1 Walter Eytan, Israel's Ambassador to France. The first of the political talks that opened a busy day': schedule was held with M. de Murville. Mr. E-hkol described that session as "very friendly and cordial." Other Israeli sources said that "a lull identity of views was reach cd" at thai session. The two lead cis were understood to have dis cussed the international situation and various aspects of the links between France and Israel, reaching full understanding on all the I units under discussion. Escorted by police outriders, Mr. Eshkol arrived at the Foreign Ministry accompanied by Mr. Peres and Mr. Eytan. The autcmobile carrying Mr. Eshkol flew the Israeli flag. In the Foreign Minister's study, the Israeli Premier met Olivier Lucet, head of the Ministry's Political Department, and Bernard Nantet, the chief of the Middle East Department, in addition to M. de Murville, and the conference got under way immediately. The conference was conducted in English. After the conference, Ihe follow ing formal handshakes in front ol cameras, Mr. Eshkol took leave ui M ile Murville, went to his tel for a bi iel rest, and then ceeded to Ihe Hotel Matignon, Ihe official n sidence ol Pre Pompidou, where the latter ten I a luncheon for the visiting Israeli stateman. Presenl at that luncheon, In ad ('ition to the Israeli part) and the French Foreign Minister, were ,'i-n Louis .luxe. French Minister for State Planning, and the French Ambassador to Israel. Jean Hour deillete, The two Premiers held deriving source of hostility to the a political discussion after the Jew for almost two millenia luncheon. That talk, it v as bclievContending that the essential ed. was probably the most impor Erst step was to stimulate Chris(ant ol the day's political comer tian religious educators and inter sat ions. The meeting with Pn-i AAROV GOLDMAN new chairman riquez that investigations of some anti-Jewish assaults during the past two weeks have been undertaken. Dr. Goldenberg also said that he will meet with Defense Minister Leopoldo Suarei aboct the involvement of tile Air Force officer. Brig. Gen. Gilberto Hidalgo Oliva, and Col. Alevardro Lariar, who addressed the neo-Naii church meeting, in anti-Jewijh extremist actions. The DMA leader said he also Continued on Page 5-A Continued on Page 3-A Continued on Page 10-A JUDAISM WITHOUT EMBELLISHMENT' Authors of Communist Hate Literature Reported Punished PARIS — (JTA) — The Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, sponsor Of the virulently anti-Semitic i .ink. "Judaism Without Embellishment," waa reported here this week as asserting that those responsible for Us publication hail I een punished, and that measures l ad been taken to prevent repetition of any similar incident The Kiev academy sent a letter t > that effect to the Paris left wing movement. MHAP. the Mine meat Against Anti-Semitism and Racism and for Peace. The content of the latter was published in the Paris Yiddish Communist daily, "Neue Pit— According to the Academy letter, T. Kichko, author of the book, was never a member of the Academy, having been employed as a writer of "vulgarization" books. The letter asserted that the Academy itself had no role whatever in the publication of the book. The name of the Academy appears in the book as sponsor. After worldwide protests this spring, Soviet authorities condemned the book, and said that they withdrew i Irom circulation The first conference in Belgium Continued on Page 12-A NCRAC MEET TOLD Racial Crisis Heightening Anti Semitism ST LOUIS H \ The ial crisis in Ihe United States He,I m a slight increase anti Semitic I lei sture during l year but doe I represent nj threat to the security Vmerican Jews, it was report) i this eek at the I:-. e-day I vention of the National Community Relations tdvisorj Council, co i rdinating body oi six nation... Jewish organizations and 72 Jewish COmmunit) councilin maim American cities, The NCRAC named as their chairman Aaron Goldman, businessman of Washington, D.C. He succeeds Lewis H. Weinstein, of Boston. The report said that "the volume of anti-Semitic literature in circulation and the frequency of anti-Semitic utterances Increased somewhat during the past year. chiefly in the general context of ihe racial confrontation." It atIributed the increase of anti-Jewish propaganda to such organizations as the Ku Klux Klan. extremist right-wing segregationist novements and George Lincoln Rockwell whose organisations are ii filtrated with all typeoi bigots, making the Jew %  target. Gratification was expressed by the NCRAC that the campaigns by hate groups did not receive much attention in the public media. The report said that evidence continues to prove that "anti-Semitic hostility is at an ebb." It was anticipated that such controversial issues as the proposed Becker Amendment, which would restore prayer in the public schools, and the Broadway production of "The Continued on Page 9-A



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Pobe 2-A Je* 1$i> fkridliairi Friday. July 3, jg, -— Academy Plans Hebrew Junior High Program Hebrew Acalemy of Greater Miami announces a Hebrew .•tudies Junior High School program commencing Aug. 31. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the school, said that ihe program will be open to students who have completed six years of elementary school who seek an accelerated, integrated program of Hebrew and general biudies. School sessions are held Monday through Friday, from 8:20 a.m. to 3:35 p.m. He further stated that the general studies program follows the curriculum of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction and includes the following subjects: English, Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, Physical Training, Art, Music and Speech. The Hebrew studies program offers a specialized and enriched program designed to provide the student with a broad knowledge <'l Torah. Prophets. Jewish History, the Hebrew language and Jewish literature. Louis Merwitzer. president of the school, said that many parents in the Dade County area have requested the Academy's officials to institute the curriculum for those students who have not had the opportunity to attend the Academy during their elementary years. He said that the Board of Admissions will extend consideration to ;'ble and Reserving applicants. Albert Pallot Erected Vice President Of B'nai B'rith Supreme Lodge U.S. Naval Reserve, he ,, patran of the Order of the E,„.< em Star and member of % Board of Governors of tk§ American Legion. Miami Attorney E. Albert Paltal, and last April was presented lot was elected vice president of with t Pallot will be installed into kul asi April was i !" -; new office as vice D rcMdl„, J %  •Volunteer of Valor he Suprcme Jj f" dent J the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith award by the hospital for his dtBWfjI| Supreme ^ d Bmj at a convention of District 5 in rectum and inspiration to a host convrntion m TH %T ,* u"Z Durham. M.C., on June 23, of welfare services." May J965 Th( office Ufer" The office is the highest obtainp a n 0 u hosr identification with three year term Me in District 5. Pallot. presiB |)ai B r j, n j n various leadership _______^ dent of Biscayne Federal Savings C j, paci ies goes back some 26 and Loan Association here, has a jeafS js also a mem ber of the long-time record of identification u „ is j., ljv(1 committee of the Na in leadership capacities in both (iona LeaRllc of insured SaCiu. i lecal ind national welfare and Associatlon and a member of the £. ALBERT PALLOT BUI to Bonn Parliament BONN' — (WNS) — A bill daajgn ed to spur government action in restrait of activities of West German scientists in the production of rockets and missiles in Egypt was submitted to Parliament this week by the opposition Social Democrats. Also under censidera tion was the suggestion of an amendment to the West German constitution which would permit cancellation of travel documents of nationals engaged in arms production in sensitive overseas areas. Rabbi Podet Takes Pulpit In Waco, Tex. Rabbi Mordecai Podet has been called to be spiritual leader ol Temple Rodef Sholom. of Waco. Tex., a classic Reform congregation established over 60 years ago. The Temple recently completed a $800,000 sanctuary and is presently undergoing further expansion. Its award winning architecture has drawn wide al tent ion, and it is considered to be the architecturally outstanding public building in Waco, attracting sightseers irom throughcut the state, according to Rabbi Podet. Rabbi Podet, who is a chaplain in the U.S. Naval Reserve, is now en active duty with the U.S. Marine Corps. Upon completion of his tour of duty, he and his family will go west in time for him to take up his duties in Waco by Aug. 1. Mrs. Podet is director of the United Hias Service office in the Cuban Refugee Center. They have two children, Ethan 9 and Eve 4. Eor the past three years. Rabbi Podet has been with Temple Judea in Coral Gables. humanitarian affairs. He is past president of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith and past president of District S. A past master of Hibiscus and Coconut Grove Masonic Lodges, and a past exalted ruler of the Miami Elks, he was Monday named chairman of Miami's Beautification Committee. Pallot is an honorary life member of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce He has been an assistant attorney general of Ihe State ol Florida and a special lecturer in law at the University of Miami. He is a vice president and trustee of Cedars of Lebanon HospiSavings Institute Convenes Florida Southeastern Chapter 2!i of the American Savings and Loan Institute held Its sixth annual graduation banquet last week in the Mediterranean Room of the Doral Beach Hotel. 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July 3. 1964 vJavisli fhrktfann Page 3-A i v %  Orthodoxy Hit on Vatican Contacts [ :n J. Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah Conqrer.tic will serve as guide for the annual Bar and Bas Mitzjh tc -r to Israel. He is shown congratulating Emily Hess I Shelley Labaton (left), and Michael Labaton, Beth ) I indents who will participate in the trip. fn Torah .udents Off In Israel Tour Bible Class Organized Rabbi s T. Swirsky, of the Islite Center, has inaugurated a scussion class in the Biblebased i. the Sidrah of the week, meeting each Saturday afternoon trom 5s, daughter of Mr. and =, ; 10 t „ g : 3o p.m. Hess, and Shelly and \ i baton, daughter and and Mrs Isaac Labaton, i: i h Congregation Religious inn idents, will Join Abraham G %  <>n. educational direci wife. Shulamit. on the fciual Bar Mitzvah tour to Is•| sponsored nationally by the M ,v,,u> for Israel. A University uf Miami ]uni((I \ .; ee will join 123 students Judith Birenbaum. of 6835 Rue m all over the country and leave Versailles Miami Beach, is one of ,m W. York on July 6 lor the participating in Branhour, '.on-stop flight to Israel. r r they will spend seven dels University s fourth annual Beach Student Leaves for Israel With Brandeis Unit Jacob Hiatt Institute in Israel. lere oktouring the country. who was Bas Mitzvah The students, representing 10 -i November, has completed is. colleges and universities, dere y& of Hebrew studies and parted from Kennedy Intonationrticipated in graduation exer;•! Airport on Tuesday alter a I.-.'tl June She formerly -endoil dinner at New York's jrved i • secretary of the Student Sheraton-East Hotel. Brandeis tngrepation and ia member of Dean of Students Kermit Morris| i • lub of the synagogue. sey spoke at the dinner on mat.... lers relating to the program and S v il enter her lifth year ii u i) ble in Israel i!. and observe her Has itzval i the fall. She has been The six-month program, con act • member of the student ducted by members ol the Branii. an Honor Roll studels faculty offers students ol all a member of the Young races and creeds the opportunitj to live in Jerusalem while learniis ih %  Hebrew and Continued from Page 1-A group research specialists to examine Christian teachings to understand that such material contained material reinforcing that stereotype, the statement said that "tiiis centuries-old problem" as first projected as a subject lor scientific analysis 30 years ago. At that time, the AJCommitnuttee suggested to Protestant leaders a series of self-studies of church and Sunday school teachn g materials "Out of this suggestion have i ome historic findings, first under the aegis ol Drew University, Liter at Yale Divinity School." the statement said. "Early in 1963, Yale L'niversltj Press published •Faith and Prejudice' bj Dr Bernhard Olson, the report ol Yale's i \ en year project in this field Only recentlj a report on a parallel self-study of Catholic teachat SI Louis University was teleased and ialready havini ifound influence." The statement said that a similar purpose motivated the organization's establishment in 1961 of a chair in intergroup relations at the International University for Social Studies, "Pro Deo," in Rome, the first in a European Catholic high learning institution. Asserting that the movement to..id critical sell-examination by religious groups of the impact ol their teachings on other groups was "in part, traceable" to the AJCommittee's "pioneer work." .Mr. Abram said that "a great impetus" \vagiven to that movement by the advent of Pope John XXIII and the convening of the Vatican Council," and particularly through the efforts Of Cardinal i.ea. head of the Secretariat for the Promotion ol Christian Unity, V ho prepared the draft on Catholic-Jewish relations "Shortly after the announcemenl of the convening of the Vat ican Council in Rome, the Ameri Jewish Committee was invit\ ill dance group. who was Bar Mitzvah I will enter the Confirmat in. coming September p I so been active In the regation Shelley and ieasoned Second Mortgages at Par $1,100 TO $5,000 [IDEAL FOR YOUR PORTFOilO PRINCIPAL GUARANTEED T0% YIELD PAID MONTHLY THESE MORTGAGES ARE CAREFULLY SELECTED FROM OUR OWN INVESTMENTS CALL MICHAEL TAINES IN DADE IN BROWARD 945-6191 983-4122 Complete and Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & *4Um*t 2>M*I~ OF AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE CO. 38 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS • TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First St. Telephone 373-8432 ed by high Church officials to submit, out of its long background .:iid experience in this field, practical suggestions for improving Catholic-Jewish relations Draw ing on its own studies, on sub Stantial research by its own stall. ;:neo University in Rome. "The American Rabbis who attended included faculty members ol the Jewish Theological Seminary of American, the then pre. • dent of the Rabbinical Assembly ol America, the president ol a leading Orthodox Jewish university, the then president of the Synagogue Council of America, und the then president of the Central Conference ol American I i is "Earlier, consultations had been held with a leading OrthocVx scholar at Yeshiva University, the President of the World Union of Progressive Judaism, Professor of Jewish history at Columbia and Harvard Universities, the President of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute or Religion and one of its distinguished faculty members, and the President of Yeshiva University. 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f July 3. 1964 +Jmishfk>ricUatri Page 5-A ?, i f. Virginia Silverberq makes presentation of the Max SilverSportsmanship Award to Iirael Porush. ninth grade gradig student at the Hebrew Academy. Looking on is Mark srberg, her son, and fifth grade student at the Academy. Silverberg established the award, which is presented kually in memory of her husband, late vice president and >ted worker at the school. ws Warn They Intend o Retaliate in Argentina [Continued from Pag* 1 A led to meet with Antonio CarCaggiano, Archbishop of fcos Aires, about Nazi-style (lings in churches. meeting at which Col. Laciar what the DAIA called a pal Nazi speech took place on fntmr Flag Day, a national lay. It was held by members he Guardia Restaurojora Nausta. Dressed in Nazi-style. )articipanrs swore loyalty to Nazi principles in the NucsScnora Church of Buenos tn. Oliva's statement to the which he published as an letter in local newspapers. fckctl Zionism as virtually the k nl all the evill Argentine jow suffering. He charged the "daily provocations" of [DAIA "exceed the limits of Utility." e former commander of the oba Air garrison declared thai "the Jewish common; which you represent forgets duties towards the nation ch received it so generously, time has arrived to remind co-religionists that they do | tread on conquered land. not misunderstand our lian patience and do not get Funds Will Send Kids to Camp North Miami Branch of the Y.M r-nd W1IA will hold a benefit affair Tuesday evening at the May lair Theatre. Scheduled i~ ;i showing of "The Third Secret."' according to Mrs W. Blechman, fund-raiasing chair man. Proceeds will help newly children to the Y-sponsored summer day camp program. OTA RI O N HEARING AIDS • • % •If An Mol.i WHILE YOU WAIT iperial Hearing Aid Co. 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Following this "introduction." the retired officer said that "with the double weapons of Masonry and Communism, Zionism has started its action." Accusing the DAIA ot having "infiltrated its Zionist conationals in all important Government positons. Gen. Oliva charged that President Illia "only symbolically presides over a government managed by Zionists." lie also complained about "Zionist tyranny" over the press, television and literature. The letter was published in several dames. EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian: 1 read with great interest Maur-I ice Goldring's letter to the editor in the June 19 issue about the German scientists' activities in Egypt. The points cited by him are valid ones; but for the sake oi objectivity. I would like you to publish my reaction, as well. i The question of stopping Germany from tacitly approving nuclear research in Egypt is a diffieult one to approach. The main obstacle to the solution is Germany's own interest in the knowledge being accumulated in Egypt by her scientists. This may well explain the reluctance and the i procrastination shown by Bonn lor any meaningful censure toward these scientists. Germany still has • difficult political role in our contemporary world, where all her moves are carefully watched and her spiritual atmosphere continually gauged. Thus, she had to show the greatest reluctance to the rebirth of a new German Army; she has to contribute the biggest supply of troops to the NATO forces; and in various ways must prove herself over and over to a still suspicious world. Notwithstanding all this, she cannot or will not turn a deaf ear to events around her. Soon France, Germany's next door neighbor, will join the nuclear club, alongside the U.S., Russia, and England. This would leave Germany the only major power in Europe without a nuclear capacity and little development in this area in which she was one of the first to pioneer. I or various reasons, Germany cannot afford to neglect this area ?nd be completely dependent on the other powers. It would be inconceivable for Germany overtly to engage in a program of nuclear development without arousing universal reaction from both sides of the Iron Curtain. But world opinion is not the only factor that influences Germany's actions. Russia, which is most distrustful of Germany, and with right, would not tolerate p-ny such development and would most probably take some definite action; and Russia is ID such a position that arouses much re-' sped due its stand on Berlin and Last Germany. Needless to say. any action by Russia is considered highly undesirable. Therefore, what bet c opportunity th;in the one that i ents itself in Egypt, where G many can do her nuclear reseat with relative immunity. The ideal approach to would be to deal with Germ a 1} and Egypt in the light of I spirit generated by the test bid treaty. Germany's motives shot I he exposed and pressure bioiu it to bear from both East and Wi For if there is one thing we can count on both sides to agree i is that neither wants to see t nuclear club grow and certainty 1 not number Germany among members. HANOCH ZAHA.• Miami Beach CHARLES WMTtBKOOK Ad Federation Picks Whitebrook Charles II. Whitebrook, if. Miami, has been elected chainv of the Advertising Federation America's Council of Govern' at the group's national convent in St. Louis. Mo. Whitebrook, senior vice pn • dent of Miami-based Bishopi : Green-Ficlden. Inc., one of Fl< da's largest advertising agenci ia veteran of more than 30 ye: in the advertising business a I twice past president of the Club of Greater Miami. 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kry. July 3. 1964
fJewisit fhridi&n
Page 5 A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Germany Wants Atomic Laboratory
'*-*'"" 'V
l. Virginia Silverberq makes presentation of the Max Silver-
I Sportsmanship Award to Israel Porush, ninth qrade grad-
ig student at the Hebrew Academy. Looking on is Mark
rerberg, her son, and fifth grade student a the Academy.
I. Silverberg established the award, which is presented
lually in memory of her husband, late vice president and
roted worker at the school.
lews Warn They Intend
o Retaliate in Argentina
Continued from Page 1 A
lad to meet with Antonio Car-
Caggiano, Archbishop of
Bos Aires, about Nazi-style
lings in churches.
meeting at which Col. Laciar
what the DAIA called a
cal Nazi speech took place on
tntine Flag Day, a national
|ay. It was held by members
tj'the Cnardia Restaurojora Na-
lists. Dressed in Nazi-style,
participants swore loyalty to
Nazi principles in the Nues-
tr Scnora Church <>f Buenos
AJs
Gen Oliva's statement to the
DAIA. which he published as an p|jndS Will Sdld
open letter in local newspapers,
attack-! Zionism ... urfially the KJfJe 4-Q CaiTID
tmm<->- it m>. Milfering. He charged
that the "daily provocations" of
the DAIA "exceed the limits of
taxability."
erroneous ideas. A sleeping lion
ib not a dead lion." Following
this "introduction." the retired
officer said that "with the double
capons of Masonry and Commun-
ism, Zionism has started its ac-
tion." Accusing the DAIA of
having "infiltrated its Zionist co-
nationals in all important Govern-
ment positons. Gen. Oliva charged
that President Illia "only sym-
bolically presides over a govern-
ment managed by Zionists." He
also complained about "Zionist
tyranny" over the press, television
and literature. The letter was
published in several dames.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
1 read with great interest Maur-
ice Goldrings letter to the editor
in the June 19 issue about the
German scientists' activities in
Eg>pt. The points cited by him
are valid ones; hut for the sake
of objectivity. I would like you to
publish my reaction, as well.
The question of stopping Ger-
many from tacitly approving nu-
clear research in Egypt is a dif-
ficult one to approach. The main
obstacle to the solution is Ger-
many's own interest in the knowl-
edge being accumulated in Egypt
l,y her scientists. This may well
explain the reluctance and the
procrastination shown by Bonn
lor any meaningful censure to-
ward these scientists.
Germany still has a difficult
political role in our contempor-
ary world, where all her moves
are carefully watched and her
spiritual atmosphere continual-
ly gauged. Thus, she had to
show the greatest reluctance to
the rebirth of a new German
Army; she has to contribute the
biggest supply of troops to the
NATO forces; and in various
ways must prove herself over
and over to a still suspicious
world. Notwithstanding all this,
she cannot or will not turn a
deaf ear to events around her.
Soon France, Germany's next
door neighbor, will join the nu-
clear club, alongside the U.S.,
RusaiaV and England. This would
leave Germany the only major
power in Europe without a nu-
clear capacity and little devel-
opment in this area in which she
was one of the first to pioneer.
For various reasons, Germany
cannot afford to neglect this area
,-nd be completely dependent on
the other powers.
It would be inconceivable for
' Germany overtly to engage in a
program of nuclear development
without arousing universal reac-
tion from both sides of the Iron
Curtain. But world opinion is not
the only factor that influences
Germany's actions. Russia, which
is most distrustful of Germany.
, and with right, would not tolerate
: ?ny such development and would
most probably take some definite
action; and Russia is ID such a
position that arouses much re-
spect due its stand on Berlin and
Last Germany.
Needless to say. any action by
Russia is considered highly unde-
sirable. Therefore, what bet
opportunity than the one that p
entl itself in Egypt, where G
many can do her nuclear reseat
with relative immunity.
The ideal approach to
would be to deal with Germs
and Egypt in the light of t
spirit generated by the test b
treaty. Germany's motives shot
be exposed and pressure broug
to bear from both East and We
For if there is one thing we c
count on both sides to agree o
it is that neither wants to see t
; nuclear club grow and certail
not number Germany among
members.
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9
1.

HANOCH ZAHA;"
Miami Beach
"Vhe former commander of the
Cordoba Air garrison declared
also that "the Jewish commun-
ity which you represent forgets
its duties towards the nation
Mich received it so generously,
time has arrived to remind
m co-religionists that they do
I tread on conquered land.
Bo not misunderstand our
Christian patience and do not get
North Miami Branch of the Y.M
>nd VVHA will hold a benefit al
lair Tuesday evening at the May
lair Theatre.
Scheduled is a showing of "The
Third Secret." according to Mrs
W. Blechman. fund raiasing chair
man.
Proceeds will help needy chil-
dren to the Y-sponsored summer
day camp program.
Ad Federation
Picks Whitebrook
Charles II. WhitebrooK.
Miami, has been elected chairrr
of the Advertising Federation
America's Council of Govern- -
at the group's national convent
in St. Louis. Mo.
Whitebrook. senior vice prr-;-
dent of Miami-based Bishop! :
Green-Fielden. Inc., one of Fl< -
da's largest advertising agenci -
i- a veteran of more than 30 ye: -
in the advertising business a l
twice past president of the
Club of Greater Miami.
The Council serves u.; an
\isory committee to the AFA -
Board of Governors and is cc n
posed of governors from each >t
the organization's 10 districts.
As its chairman. Whitebrc *
also becomes vice president >t I
Federation and a member ol -.
AFA's Executive Committee.
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kry. July 3. 1964 fJewisit fhridi&n Page 5 A LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Germany Wants Atomic Laboratory %  *•-*£'"" 'V l. Virginia Silverberq makes presentation of the Max SilverI Sportsmanship Award to Israel Porush, ninth qrade gradig student at the Hebrew Academy. Looking on is Mark rerberg, her son, and fifth grade student a the Academy. I. Silverberg established the award, which is presented lually in memory of her husband, late vice president and roted worker at the school. lews Warn They Intend o Retaliate in Argentina Continued from Page 1 A lad to meet with Antonio CarCaggiano, Archbishop of Bos Aires, about Nazi-style lings in churches. meeting at which Col. Laciar what the DAIA called a cal Nazi speech took place on tntine Flag Day, a national |ay. It was held by members tj'the Cnardia Restaurojora Na%  lists. Dressed in Nazi-style, participants swore loyalty to Nazi principles in the Nuestr Scnora Church <>f Buenos AJs Gen Oliva's statement to the • %  • % %  %  DAIA. which he published as an p|jndS Will Sdld open letter in local newspapers, attack-! Zionism ... urfially the KJfJe 4-Q CaiTID tmm<->. Milfering. He charged that the "daily provocations" of the DAIA "exceed the limits of taxability." erroneous ideas. A sleeping lion ib not a dead lion." Following this "introduction." the retired officer said that "with the double • %  capons of Masonry and Communism, Zionism has started its action." Accusing the DAIA of having "infiltrated its Zionist conationals in all important Government positons. Gen. Oliva charged that President Illia "only symbolically presides over a government managed by Zionists." He also complained about "Zionist tyranny" over the press, television and literature. The letter was published in several dames. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: 1 read with great interest Maurice Goldrings letter to the editor in the June 19 issue about the German scientists' activities in Eg>pt. The points cited by him are valid ones; hut for the sake of objectivity. I would like you to publish my reaction, as well. The question of stopping Germany from tacitly approving nuclear research in Egypt is a difficult one to approach. The main obstacle to the solution is Germany's own interest in the knowledge being accumulated in Egypt l,y her scientists. This may well explain the reluctance and the procrastination shown by Bonn lor any meaningful censure toward these scientists. Germany still has a difficult political role in our contemporary world, where all her moves are carefully watched and her spiritual atmosphere continually gauged. Thus, she had to show the greatest reluctance to the rebirth of a new German Army; she has to contribute the biggest supply of troops to the NATO forces; and in various ways must prove herself over and over to a still suspicious world. Notwithstanding all this, she cannot or will not turn a deaf ear to events around her. Soon France, Germany's next door neighbor, will join the nuclear club, alongside the U.S., RusaiaV and England. This would leave Germany the only major power in Europe without a nuclear capacity and little development in this area in which she was one of the first to pioneer. For various reasons, Germany cannot afford to neglect this area ,-nd be completely dependent on the other powers. It would be inconceivable for Germany overtly to engage in a program of nuclear development without arousing universal reaction from both sides of the Iron • Curtain. But world opinion is not the only factor that influences Germany's actions. Russia, which is most distrustful of Germany. and with right, would not tolerate : ?ny such development and would most probably take some definite action; and Russia is ID such a position that arouses much respect due its stand on Berlin and Last Germany. Needless to say. any action by Russia is considered highly undesirable. Therefore, what bet opportunity than the one that p entl itself in Egypt, where G many can do her nuclear reseat with relative immunity. The ideal approach to would be to deal with Germs and Egypt in the light of t spirit generated by the test b treaty. Germany's motives shot be exposed and pressure broug to bear from both East and We For if there is one thing we c count on both sides to agree o it is that neither wants to see t ; nuclear club grow and certail not number Germany among members. i %  •%  %  it 9 1. %  HANOCH ZAHA;" Miami Beach "Vhe former commander of the Cordoba Air garrison declared also that "the Jewish community which you represent forgets its duties towards the nation Mich received it so generously, time has arrived to remind m co-religionists that they do I tread on conquered land. Bo not misunderstand our Christian patience and do not get North Miami Branch of the Y.M %  >nd VVHA will hold a benefit al lair Tuesday evening at the May lair Theatre. Scheduled is a showing of "The Third Secret." according to Mrs W. Blechman. fund raiasing chair man. Proceeds will help needy children to the Y-sponsored summer day camp program. Ad Federation Picks Whitebrook Charles II. WhitebrooK. Miami, has been elected chairrr of the Advertising Federation America's Council of Governat the group's national convent in St. Louis. Mo. Whitebrook. senior vice prr-;dent of Miami-based Bishop! :• Green-Fielden. Inc., one of Fl< da's largest advertising agenci ia veteran of more than 30 ye: in the advertising business a l twice past president of the Club of Greater Miami. The Council serves u. ; an \isory committee to the AFA Board of Governors and is cc n • posed of governors from each >t the organization's 10 districts. As its chairman. Whitebrc also becomes vice president >t I Federation and a member ol -. AFA's Executive Committee. SQUARE DANCERS.' MIAMI 7T OTA RIO N HEARING AIDS .lr All Molu WHILE YOU WAIT • oM.r,.i mm DANCE FESTIVAL Miami Beach Auditorium >* -^ 1700 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Friday, July 3, 1964 8 to 11 P.M. CO-HOST SQUARE DAHCE. CLUBS Sun Dancers of Miami Beach Ocean Waves Sponsored by MIAMI BEACH T7EDERAL1 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Main Office: 401 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach SUPERVISION Jack Woody Superintendent of Recreation City of Miami Beach Bill Glick Special Events Director City of Miami Beach Margaret Batch Public Relations Director Miami Beach Federal



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Page 6-A *Jmkt> ncrXtian Fiidcy. Jui y Prague in Belated Homagt To Novelist Franz Kafka Arthur Courshon, of Washington Federal SavCitizens Association of Miami Beach, in whose ings and Loan Association, leceives a check name the presentation was made. Left to for S100 for the John F. Kennedy Memorial right are Joseph Dube, treasurer; Theodore Library at Harvard University. Courshon Heller, president; Dr. James Austin, chairmen (seated) accepts the check from Mrs. Lena of the board; Mrs. Mintzes; and Mrs. Max Mintzes, honoiary life president of the Senior Thurston, first vice president. Students Off To Hebrew Camp For the Summer "Hakeh et Hakadur." Hebrew for •"hit the ball," will In one ol %  most familiar phrases at ramp Raman, the Hebrew • speaking ramp of the I'nited Synagogue of America, which four North Miami Beach students ol B< th Torah Con gation will be attending this rummer Jane, daughter oi Mr and Mrs '"hur Hirschbcrg; Joel, son ol Mr, and Mrs Seymour Shweky; Vndrew, son oi Mr. and Mrs Solo Sandier; and s anford, son "f Mr. and Mrs, Irving Kuttler, i selected bj the congregation participate in an intensive i ght-week program to be held at Lake Como, \ v where a full camping program is supnlemented by all activities conducted in He blew Jane has been an Honor Roll student each year at Beth Torah, served this pas) year as president ol the .student Congregation and a member of the Young Judaea Israel danee group. Sanford ha> been rabbi of the Student Congregation durum the past year and received an inten Sive txlueation in Hebrew ,,t th. Hebrew Academy. He also was clso Torah reader in the advanced Sroup. Andrew has held positions as officers in the student Congregation and the Synagogue Tcen-A^r ( ongregation. Joel has been active in the school for the past three yean received scholarship awardand is a member of Young Judaea. Two Miami area men have been elected officers of the Florida Optometric Association at the just-ended convention in Jacksonville. New FOA President Dr. Robert I. Greenberg, Tallahassee, congratulates Dr. Jack B. Wolfe, of Opa-locka, who was selected as third vice president for 1964-65, while Dr. Emanuel Pushkin, Miami, new first vice president, looks on. Local Eye Men Named Chairmen Three local optometrists have They are Dr. William Julius, been named chairmen of key comMiami. Committee on Hypnosis; mittes in the Florida Optometric i Dr. Sanford L. Ziff. Miami. OcAssociation, Dr Robert I. Green-, cupational Viston; and Dr. Jack berg, president announced this! B. Wolfe. Opa-locka. Social and week. Health Care Trends Committee appointments made by Dr. Greenberg include Dr. %  Frederick Bergman. Miami Beach. Hypnosis and Social and Health Care Trends; Dr. Wolfe. Public Information; Dr. Stanley Wallman. Hialeah, Assistance to Graduates; Dr. Kmanuel Pushkin. Miami. Long Range Planning, Budget and Vocational Guidance; and Dr. LeRoy Diamond. North I Miami Beach, Interprofessional Relations. nodern 2-ir:-l NO-FROSV electee Leirigerafe: freezer holds everything — except frost. 5M your applionc* oSofer flqmeless afeZuc, FLORIDA POWER LIC::: ::. TV Station Gets Two A wards Here Sidne y Ansin, president ol W( KT Ch. 7. was in New York last week to accept a national award from the All American Conlerence to Combat Communism. The award was for soocial ex cellence in the 1963 Vigilant Patriot Recognition Awards Pro gram for Parts VI and VII of The Red Star" documentaries produced by WCKT on British (iuiana's Premier Cheddi .lagan and Communism in the Caribbean. WCKT was also recently honor ed by the National Conference < f Christians and Jews for its new documentaries. The American Way" and "Integration—Florida's Conflict Ahead." Parts I and II. The television station also rectived the George Washington Honor .Medal presented by the Freedoms Foundation for the news documentary program, "The American Way." Sam Powers, chairman of the Dade County Bar Asociation's Kducation Committee Against Communism, made the • presentation to Wayne Fariss, the station's news commentator. TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE Ed. J. Vischi Hval Estate in •ill its Itranvhvs 12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4661 Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. 4urr comtAcmQ t tmna 3905 N.W. 37th Ct. Ph. NE 3-2686 LONDON — (JTA) — The city ol Prague paid tribute this week to the late Jewish writer. Franz h;itka. m a ceremony described ;,"emotionallj moving and politically significant." it wai report ed hero from the Czechoslovak i apital The ceremony was held at the opening of •> large exhibition of documents, photographs, manu scripts anil letters about Kafka's life He died in 1924. at 41. Until lat year, the official Communist attitude towards Kafka was that he represented 'lourgeois decad dice' ind "co-mopolitimsm The principal guest was Max Brod, Kafka's life-long friend and editor who flew to Prague from his home in Tel Aviv. Mr. Brod, with tears in his eyes, described his late friend as having had "a positive attitude toward life." He recalled that Kafka was one of the 20th Century's first writers to deal with the forces of alienation and loneliness which.affect man, but stressed that Kafka had "a joyful nature," being intensely interested m sport and the theater. Thi -H md speaker was Edward Goldstuecker, C zc chos lovakia'a leading authority on Kafka. l>r Goldstuecker was recently released from prison after serving %  < entence as co-defendi.r 0 executed Czech-Jew ,-l leader Rudolph Sl.m k convited during the -• "Slansky Purge trials Dr Goldstuecker lt „ ; the exhibition which wai attn by high ranmng Minis! tore officials meant that 'he munist regime had rulh. rci tated Kafka. Business Group Elects Bosworyli As New Preside ih a Pi m Iff 10 •t H Harold Boaworth, vice president. Joi Florida, has been electi (ent of the Better B -, > ision of the Miami I' Chamber of Com mi Fleeted to gervi \< ith Bosworth M ere prealdent. Norton Palli ol Norton Tire Con j 1 rev Jennette. second ;rA dent, district mat | era Bell Tetephom • ^ Co. All officers and dire,;. 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July 3. 1964 fJewisti FBcridHctn Page 7-A _~ AT DISTRICT 5 CONVENTION 1 11 Sholem Lodge Gets 7 Awards izle Ner Tamid sets up a Youth Commis,1 lor the ensuing year undei the direction of [new youth and education director, Bruce hman. Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dper, Rabbi Euaene Labovitz, Bruce Richi, Maurice L. Zaretsky. Mrs. Don PrichaMrs. George Reese, Mrs. Shirley Wilner. > t) Standinq are Mrs. Maurice L. Zaretsky, Murray A. Shaw, president of Nei Tamid, Harry Holtzman, Mrs Yvonne Burkholtz, D. Dale Regent, chairman, Mrs. Ralph Mervis and Mrs. Michael Horwitz. Not shown are Mrs. Samuel Pearlman, Mrs. Grace Wilson and Dr. Michael Horwitz. \< Cedars Reveals Blood Program San ford K. Bronstein. administrator of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, announces the formation of ci blood program headed by Raymond R. Grossman, assistant administrator. Donations of blood will be received in the name of employees. Women's Auxiliary, and volunteer staff of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in order that blood be available for any contributor-member or his immediate dependents when needed. Each hospital department will be represented at meetings to regulate the program. Periodic reports of total blood contributed will be announced, along wtih the names of participants and blood credit balances. Any employee, member of the women's Auxiliary in good stand ; ing, or hospital trained volunteer is eligible in the hospital's blood i program Membership is for one year from the date the blood is donated. An affiliate of the hos pital can become a member of the program by donating a pint of blood in his own name, or by obtaining a gift of blood for his credit. Blood donors must have normal endOCf. has been'elected prcs.1 siegendorf'was a Special Assist-! &<** health, weigh over 115 t of the Alumni Association ot' ant Attorney General in Tallahasj pounds and be between 21 and 60 Alpha Delta Legal Fraternsee during the last session of the >ears old. Donors 18 to 20 years 'State Legislature, and now serves ot age must have written per-' will direct the activities of as legal assistant to Judge Mai-; mission from parent or guardian. 500 members of the Dade iorv llorton. of the District Court' Eight weeks must have elapsed nty Chapter, including many ol Appeal. He has been named between donations of blood Greater Miami's most promilegal counsel to the Dade County Active members in the blood It attorneys Young Democratic Club, and plans | bank will be supplied with full [he election of the 26-year-old to enter private practice in AuJ tlood requirements in event of hospitalization at Cedars of Leba non Hosptial. For persons hospitalized outside of Cedars, the administrator and blood program officials will decide each case. The program covers replacement of Marvin Pearlman. president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'nth. an pounced that sholem Lodge was presented with seven awards at the B'nal B'rkh District yive conention in Durham. N.C on June 23 The following received awards: Marvin Pearlman, outstanding Ben B'rith citation award to manifold activities in 'he work %  >l R'nai B'rith;" William C. Thompson, for work in the Employ the Hindicapped program; Eli Hurwitz, for work in the B'nai B'rith youth program; Judge Milton A. Friedman, for work in lead 11 ship training program. In addition, the lodge received awards for each ot the following: excellent lodge bulletin, work with its handicapped Boy Scout troop, excellent record in fund-raising activities for the national B'nai B'rith programs. Members of Sholem Lodge at the convention included E. Albeit I'allot. who was elected as Supreme Lodgr vice president, the h.ghest office obtainable in District Five, and Judge Milton A Friedman electee! national commissioner to the Anti-Defamation League Both were elected delegates to the Supreme Lodge triennial convention in Israel in May. 19ti5 Also attending were Ell Hurwitz. director of B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Lodges; Sidney II Palmer, president of Florida State Federation of B'nai I, rith Lodges; Marvin Pearlman, president of Sholem Lodge; Harrj Schwartz. William G. Thump son and Herman Binder. Piotkin Leaves Miami 'Y' Charles Piotkin, director of the Miami V'MllA Branch, is resi ing alter seven years with the Gre iter Miami "Y" to lake the position of executive director of Communit) Activities. Jewish Community Council. Tulsa, okla.. it was announced by Kliaim H. Gale, executive director. Piotkin will be leavinv for his new post upon the termination of his duties as director of Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, the Miami "Y" Day lamp, in August. He joined the staff Oi the "Y" in the fall of 1957 as supervisor of the group work program the agency was then conducting at the Jewish Home for the Aged and in 4 number of synagogues. Alter two years in this project, he was appointed director of the Senior Citizens Department, which he occupied for two and a half years. In the spring of 1962. he was assigned as Miami Branch director. lurice) "Doc" Klein, Americanism Committee chairman, fcanii Beach Elks Lodge 1601. presents medals to Harry Peters id Linda Augenstein, sixth grade students at the Hebrew :ademy, for winning the annually-sponsored "What Delociacy Means to Me" Essay contest. B m na^nnnnomna Attend the Gala INDEPENDENCE SAY RALLY Saturday, July 4th, 1964 %  iyimiifimiiiiiil rrrr ZZZ3 icchite Elected Alumni President Irdcn M. 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Icge 8-A fjenist ftprkfi&n Friday July "" By: EDWARD COHEN An Israeli's 'Cactus' Spirit in Coconut Grove "Who*! Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Zev Bufman is. that's who. The 32year-old Israeli .itive. who has turned the Co. mut Grove Playhouse into a nash success from its gho-t eatrc status, is negotiating for fall presentation of the Broadny hit with some trepidation— id with rea.-on. 'This area just aoe-m t go for riou> drama. They keep askg lor it. but they won't sup>rt it The serious stuff sound* jod when you talk about it. but doesn't 'how up in the box otce. Take Broadway; for the -t few years only the comerlieve really been great successes, "Plays like 'Waiting for Go dot' are death here, although hat's the kind of play I love. f it were produced at the Grove, I'd get nasty letters— my subscribers are letter writes, too." With a built-in subscription list at snaps up hall the eat.even • •fore the first new-paper i I rtisements appear. Bufman is -nperiy sensitive to what sells • it the Playhouse Old Movie Stars Move stars in a play just Mint automatical^ make a SUCKS, older stars, that is. The eople who come to plays down ere average about 10 years old • r than any place eNe. so names l ke Waller Pidgeon, Eleanor • llliams and Walter Slezak. even u they aren't big in movies any i-lore, are big in Miami. This .immer. I'm having Tallulah ankhead. .loan Blonrtell and Martha Raye. and it doesn't latter what they're playing; ley're good names. "But TV names are no good. eople couldn't care less for Hal March when he played nere, and some of the others I !" d." Bufman is not committed comletely to the movie star-corn • dy formula. "Im looking i..r nod plays with a lavi-h theme. About half my subscribers are ewish I suspect, and they will •me to see serious plays "I hope to bring Menash ulnik in next winter with 'Seirltann and Son', althoi h MenaM v.mts to be here this sumler. 1 know he'd do much bet er with it at the hei [hi of the 'ason if he ian't tied up on road'.va) Monster Broadway Broadway is a "mon.-ter" to Bufman who. with Stan Seiden, leases or owns n theatres now. most of them in California. "We reduced a smash hit which playUV BUfMAN eye on tht public ed a year in Lo. Angeles, and then 1 brought it to Broadwa) with David Merrick aco pro ducer. and it closed in a week New York audiences are the world, and their sophistication i> on a different level. But 1 also suspect there's a hostility on the part ot the critics to anything coming out of Hollywood." Another Bufman invasion ot Broadway last season was turn ed back with "brutal notices." "Fair Game for Lovers." which premiered at the Grove, was a great success here despite the New York Times' observation that "It is a witless and humorless play that pretends to be naughty." The young producer isn't worried about it :it all. "If I can make a Broadway hit one out of six times, that's good. The Playhouse is going to become a major try-out theatre prior to Broadway because I am able to offer producers a limited risk deal. I also insist on a percentage of the Broadway porduction. Our last summer presentation will be 'The Absence of a Cello,' with Fred Clark, and that will go into the Cort Theatre from here." At 17 the youngest lieutenant in the Israel Army as the result of a battlefield commission, Bui man -:l 21 was in this country Studying the movie business with an eye toward building a pro duction studio in Israel where hilather. Montreal, now his general manager, owned : chain "t niouo houses Boy from Israel lint there wire more thir to be concerned about in Israel in the '50's than making movies, so that fell through." he saj He continued his studies at Los Angeles City College, learn ing every phase ot the business and "making fabulous amounts of money aa hit actor in the movies. In those days in Hollywood it helped being the boj fi"!!i Israel.' I got mj Master's degree in directing the 'Glass Menagerie' and w< n some college competitions th.it attracted notice "I Mas associated with the production ot \ Hole in the Head.' which was a big hit in L.A., and when the producer got sick, I handled the whole business I made enough money to take o\er the Ivar The itre and also the Civic Playhouse in Los Angeli S, u huh we now About 'he same time, i opened the lirsl cabaret theatre in California and that was a success Now we have five theatres in the Los Angeles-Hollywood UM Orchestra Names Rosenker Dr. William F. 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Pitts I urgh Symphonj and othei li ing orchestras, performing under the baton ol such conductors as % %  • ii I B( rnsti:; Bi n i M ilti Sir Adrian Boult, Sii | Be< ch im, Pierre Monteux, Chat Munch, George Szell and i Reiner '•' scnkl r ahorn IT, i),!,...,, and received h:musical train at the st Peti rsbui servatory ""•ler Petet Stoliarskj and i pold Auer. Following In. debut ;i >"'"i-'. he was hailed aa child prodigy and at the age ol 14, made a concert tour ot major European cities and the Far East A few years later, he was appointed head of the Violin Department ol the Rotterdam Conservators in Holland For Very Special Occasions... COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Jaat imagine having the entire Wplomst Country Club vewr. ESS?** 1 ? f0r Wedd "* 8 P^" !" •P~* *n2r3^rt££ £c.hues for groups of 100-300 a^l^eTS ViSf tar relations, call 945-9571 in Miami or WA J-Sttt in HoINw^l HOLLVWOOD.av.THK-SCA rom, and in San Francisco, Phoenix, Tucson, Seattle and Miami. Some of it is luck, I guess. But, then. I listen to anyone, even someone who might walk in here barefoot. 'Vintage 60 a musical which broke all records in Los Angeles (the one which flopped on Broadway) came from a couple of beatniks. You can't tell in this business." Coconut drove, to Bufman. is the natural setting for a centpr of the performing artThere are plannow tor adding a balconv to the l'!:i\hou-c. mereas ing its capaci!> seats. ^ "I will be able | prodlJ mixed season ot „ pi ril ^l and -lrama and make • Right now anything but a >tj play has a difficult ;me !" costs—luckily tho-, m ,,.,';^ lew months ago H., V ,, .' percent of capacit. \ Ilam J well support a i-a %  „ .,,„„ J tre of this type ** %  Back to Visit With his moth,: ,i n( ( (] .. I now living in Coconut f,.,J the family's ti< l lh k> | where Zev w.,bom, IR £ %  "I lUVa taken :• ,,,.., ^ zenship papers." Sj d week. 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— Friday, July 3. 1964 "fJenisti fkriafct/n Page 9-A. Pius Believed Reports Exaggerated 'early birds" shown registering for Temple Emanu-El's ler Day Camp and wondering who their counselors will Hce Tod Weinkle. Suzanna Brown, Louis Rosenblatt. KathBrown and camp director, Milton Feinstein, Miami Beach jr High School coach. The youngsters will compete in iests, American and Israeli folk dances, athletic contests [other stimulating activities. Their counselors are either lers or college students, and their junior counselors are n Beach High School seniors. acial Crisis in U.S. Seen eightening Anti-Semitism Continued 'rom Page 1-A fy," a play critical of the Pope Piu* XII in remaining it on the persecution of the s by the Nazis, might have loeed some anti-Jewish ot%  MM. >espite the intensity ot the roversy that raged over the •The Deputy." it remained %  ally free ot religious bigotry," NCR AC" reported to the contion. "Even bitter controversj the Becker Amendment, notstandim; it< emotionalism. luced no significant anti-SemCfiarges even from quarters re they might have been exeel to develop." Y0 ral>!>.espressed the view the Catholic attitude toward re Men Off Convention r. Arthur Heliman. president r the Dade County Optometric lation. heads a delegation fccal men attending the 67th jnl Congress of the Amen Optomet Association, Ring in Ne York"s Hilton fl this week %  legates from the Dade Counarea indue Dra Emanuel ikin. Jack Wolfe. Robert %  niT. John Lexow, Bernard ^yel and Stanley Wallnian. %  i'V'>"!i' .i ldre-s at the openH session will be given by for ^f Honda Cov. LeRoy Collins, president ot the National Delation ol '.'.roadcastcrJews is a problem of Christian conscience which must be solved by the Church through its deliberations at the Ecumenical Council or by other actions. Rabbi Max Routtenberg, president of the i;abbinical Assembly (Conservative), and Rabbi Shubcrt Spcro, member of the Rabbinical Council of America (Orthodox), expressed the opinion that America's Jewish community should not i resa the Vatican for the adoption of the proposed Schema on Jews and religious liberty. Rabbi Routtenberg said that adoption of the statement was something that the Catholic Church would have to work out on its own and that if the Council at its next session "finds it impossible" to present a clear and forthright statement on Jews or on religious liberty "that is a matter for the conscience of Christian churchmen." Rabbi Spero said it was up to the Church to "modify or correct'" teachings which have "'tor centuries bred and encouraged hostility toward the Jew Roth rabbis agreed thai failure li| the Ecumenical Council to adopt the Catholic-Jew isl) draft would not lessen the desire lor Catholic-Jewish cooperation and both lauded the late Pop"e John XXIII for his initiative tor a new era in such interrcligious cooperaton and lor preparing the foundalion for the discussion of such re1; lions now before the Ecumenical i ouncil. WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The late Pope Pius felt in 1943 that Nazi anti-Jewish atrocities were being exaggerated by the Allies and stated that "when talking of atrocities he could not name the Nazis without at the same time mentioning the Bolsheviks" which might displease the Allies, according to official Slate Department documents made public this week. The Pope was quoted by Harold II. Tittman. assistant to Myron C. Taylor, personal representative of President Roosevelt to the Vatican, in a dispatch sent Jan. 5. IMS, from U.S. Minister Leland Harrison in Berne. Switzerland, to the Secretary of State. Describing his meeting with the Pope, Tittman said the Pope "stated that he 'feared' that there was foundation for the 1 atrocity reports of the Allies but led me to believe that he felt that there had been some exaggeration for purposes of propaganda." Diplomatic documents of 1942 had already disclosed that the I'nited States.'" make public oneFranklin D. Roosevelt s personal representatives at the Va'.ican. joined other Governments in urging the Pope to speak out against the "incredible horrors" committed by the Nazis against Poles and others as well as Jews. Volume II of the 1913 papers, in a series entitled "Foreign Relations of the United states." makes public one more document on the subject. Tittman. in his report, said that he had a 40 minute Interview with the Pope. The conversation turn ed to the Pope's 1942 Christmas message issued the week before: "With regard to his Christmas message." Tittman wrote, "the lope gave me the impression that he was sincere in believing that he had spoken clearly enough to satisfy ail those who had been insisting in the past that he utter some word of condemnation of the Nazi atrocities and he seemed surprised when 1 told him that I thought there were some who did not share his belief. "The Pope said he thought that it was -plain to everyone that he was referring to the Poles, Jews and hostages when he declared that hundreds ef persons had been killed or tortured through no fault of their own, sometimes only because of their race or nationality," Mr. Tittman stated in his report. 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T.:ge 10-A •fJenisfi FIcridliLiir Friday. July 3. \% K ANSWERS POLITICAL CHALLENGE Israel Pavilion at World's Fair Retaliates Against Jordan Mural MHA senior citizens are honored by the Greater Miami Jewsh Federation for participation and support of the four "Y" Senior Citizen Clubs in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal ampcign. Makinq the presentation of award certificates is -ierschel Rosenthal (left), president of the Greater Miami "Y." vith the four club representatives shown from left to riqht: Abraham Berrin, Miami Branch; William Kimmel, North Coun/ Branch; Mary Applebaum, Beach Branch; and Lillian Brock. outhwest Branch. Eshkol in Top Diplomatic Talks With Gen. DeGsulle Continued from Page 1-A :ii He Gaulle, however, which lowed, .ithe most significant •. the day's events The talk with .\! Pompidou in\ ived concrete problems of anco Israeli cooperation in a mber of fields While the EshI I vi it was officially a "pri te" trip by the Israeli leader. He "private" character was icklx dissolved as the day pro• eded French observerconcert1 g it vas "the least private visit" ide to Prance in recent year> Th meeting between Mr. Esh•-ol and President de Gaulle was • %  ttended by five persons, including two translators, one for each cf the statesmen attending that tete-a-tete" session. The official interpreter for the French ide was Rene Sirat, a young i abbi cf Algerian origin who is tjrrently working in France as a teacher in the School of Oriental Studies. Movies at Tifereth Jacob Saturday, July n. Temple Tif< <-th Jacob is sponsoring "A Nite ihe afovios" at the Temple, Denning at 8 p.m. A full length in of Jewish and Hebrew short • bjects will be shown. Refreshi ents will be served following (1 e movie. The schedule tor Tuesday called for a visit to the UNESCO building here. Premier Bshkol w as tn he the luncheon guesl ol UNESCO's director-general In the afternoon Mr Bshkol was to i-oiiier with the French Minister for Education Christian Fouchet and later with Defense Minister Pierre Meaamer. The following day. WadMaday, July l, the Prettier was to be received in the morning by the French National Assembly On Thursday. Mr Eshkol was to be euest of honor at a banquet given in his honor by French De fense Minister Messmer and also visit local Jewish institutions In the evening 3,000 guests were expected to attend a reception tenderd by Ambassador Eytan in the Premier's honor. UF Seeking 15.000 Workers In Coming Drive United Fund of Dade County needs some 13,000 volunteers to erve the ti6i fall campaign. Recruitment is now underway and will be carried on through August, according to Sidney D Ansin, campaign chairman, and president of Sunbeam Television Corp., operators of Ch 7. WCKT Ansin called the figure a minimum, if United Fund 1tn inert the anticipated needs of its 39 health, welfare and characterbuilding agencies. In lw;:; gome 12.000 volunteers raised S3.ii4C>.985 the first time that United Fund went over the $3,000,000 mark. Ansin said the biggest need of volunteers is in United Good Neighbors, the group that solicits from small business Inns and residents. Continued from Page 1-A have you a minute to spare to heard a word on farael and enjoj our dream.''" Another effort at removal of the mural failed this week when World's Fair President Robert Moses rejected a resolution by Fair directors to investigate the mural. His ruling was backed by a majority of the directors. Charles Preusse, Fair counsel, told the directors' meeting that the mural was the subject of two Supreme Court actions and that there should be no discussion on the matter pending court action. Suits have been filed for show cause orders for removal of the mural before two Supreme Court justices. Alex Rose, labor leader and a director, objected, as%  i r tinjj that the mural contained a war slogan" and that lor the board to refrain from action on it was "a basic mistake" He proposed ;i committee to re-examine the Fair's stand. Moses, who has consistently refused to act against the mural, ruled that such a r*sO| lution could neither be rough! up nor discussed Sen Jacob Javits, New York Republican, asked for a vote on hppeal from that decision, The cirectors sustained Moses b\ a vote of 59 to L'4. State Sen Joseph Zaretzki took a floor micro phone to introduce an antimural resolution and was ruled out ol order by Moses A resolution demanding remov ;1 of the mural was adopted unanimously by the New York City Council. At the same time. Mr. Rose resigned from the board of the Fair as a protest against the PaJr'a policy of Inaction 00 the mural Councilman John Samuel, Queens Democrat, proposed that if Moses ignored the Council demand, the Council should enact a law to make it a misdemeanor to display on city property material which stimulattj projudice. The City Council resolution called the mural "a source of insult to millions of people in >his city, state country and the world." in his letter of resignation. Rose called the mural "sheer wjr propaganda—offensive to a MM i reign people and to million. American citizens, Jews and non .lews alike." He disclosed in hiletter that Moses had told him ht ii.tended to "stay with this policj all the way He said that this left him no choice but to resign. He add.-d that he was convinced (hat basic mistake has been made b> the World's Fair leadership and should be rectified." 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* J!PH #*#? ncridfiann Page 11-ft. Residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged are the recipients of new prayer books contributed by Beth Israel Congregation to the Home's Synagogue. Making the presentation on behalf of the congregation is Moses Grundwerg (left), president, to Eugene Stone (right), resident and gabbai of the Home's Synagogue. TICKETS TOURS CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami MO 6-2516 7551 Dadeland Mall Ph. 667-2524 WANT TO SEE SOMETHING INTERESTING? it BLAST OFF" TO COCOA BEACH FOK THE WEEKEND TOUR CAPE KENNEDY (Open To Th*. Public Sundays From 1:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M.) 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BMimgard presented him with the Ner Tamid Award, the Religious Boy Scout Award He has served as patrol leader, scribe, senior patrol leader, and president of the Explorer Post. He presently holds the rank of Life Scout. He is an active member of the Temple Youth Group, and has served as a tutor in the Hebrew !>i partment. Seniors End Season Senior Citizens of Daeie Heights held its lao include representatives 0! all Zionist organizations and of the li'nii B'rltti, as well as rabbis of all throe denominations will I roceed In chartered buses and automobiles to the Kennedy International Airport. Judah Lapson, who lias been serving as National Commander nl the American Veterans of the Jewish Legion for the past five years, fought in the Palestine campaign under Jabotinsky 111 1918. 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Page 12-A fJenist ncrJdi&n Fridcy, July a J Newly-installed officers of the Civic League of Miami Beach at the organization's annual dinner and dance at the Fontainebleau Hotel last Saturday night. Shown (left to right) are Murray Drexler, treasurer; Louis Wolison. second vice president; Robert Schwedel, first vice president, Al Nason, president; and Maurice Unger, financial secretaiy. Miami Jewish Education Statistics Show Unhappy Picture of Trends in Schools Statistics assembled by the Bureau of Jewish Kducation show an increase in registration in the Jewish school* for the school year ot 1963-64. according to an an. rouncement by Joseph Cohen. Bureau president. Registration at 3t schools totals 10.608. with an unduplieated registration of 9.701. In 1963. registration at the Jewish schools showed a slight decline from the previous year. This year, registration increased by 268 students. The registration again shows that a plateau of registration has been reached in some of &f he larger schools throughout the community. These schools, which hava steadily increased for many years, now show a static registration or slight decline. Substantial increases in registration •re apparent in the newly exReform Group Elects Pred Stanley M. Pred. of Temple Sinai. North Miami, has been elected president of the Southeast Federation of Temple Brother hoods. Other officers elected ;>t a week end retreat in Marathon Key were Max Ra-kin, Temple Beth Am. Sam Alexander and Herbert Blumberg, both of Temple Israel, \ ice presidents Paul Burnett. Temple Israel, corresponding secretary; Morton C.ilbert. Temple Israel, secretary; and Ben Clein, Beth Am, treasurer. Members of the board are H. Allsow, Beth El of Hollywowl; Al Jacobson. Temple Judea; L. Knoples. Temple Beth Sholom; H. Rosenberg and Norman Sands, Tern pie Emanucl of Ft. Lauderdale; Jack Shapiro. Temple Beth Sholom; and J Zimmerman. Temple Judea. Honorary president is Morton A. flrant Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, of the Southeast Federation of the Inion of American Hebrew Congregations, is advisor. panding Jewish areas in South Miami and in North Beach. The figures lor 1964 reveal a departure from a healthful educational trend of the past years when greater registration appeared in the more intensive afternoon Hebrew departments, according 'o Cohen. This year's registration indicates increasing registration in the one-day-a week departments of religious schools, with a declining registration in the afternoon Hebrew departments, particularly in the registration of boys. "However, a welcome trend of greater registration of girls appears this year in both the afternoon (from 1.332 to 1,366) and oneday a-week departments (from 2.523 to 2,705). Registration in the nursery and kindergarten departments shows an increase in both boys and girls." he said. The registration figures in the Jewish schools may be a matter of deep concern to the entire Jewish community of Greater Miami, he explained. "Is the decline in i<-isiration of last year and the slight increase of this year an indication of a leveling off of the Jewish population from elementary age to that of high school? !f the latter, what is the Jewish community doing to increase facilities for Jewish education on the secondary level?" "The difficulty in registration analysis is compounded by the lack of a recent Jewish population study in Greater Miami," according to Bureau officials. "At present it is impossible to tabulate accurately how many Jewish children between the ages of 4 and 16 currently reside in the Greater Miami and Hollywood area. One's guess may be as good as another. But an educated estimate may show tentative total of about 20,000 Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI A DOMESTIC QIFTS Hebrew Religiou* Supplies for Synagooues School* o. Private Us* 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. 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If we add to the present 9.701 unduplieated total the number of students who graduated or withdrew from Ihe Jewish schools during the pa-t few years, and the children receiving some private Jewish instruction, we may add 20 percent to reach a total of about 11.500 children in our area receiving some Jewish education at some time during the entire school age." The Miami average, if normal increase of population is assumed, and if school population has not declined, would be about 55 percent, a figure perhaps lower than the national average of about 60 percent. This ma> mean, taking in consideration all the "if's", that about 8,500 Jewish children in Dade County and Hollywood ar not receiving any Jewish education at any time of school age. Also, the figures may indicate that the percentage of Jewish youth "illiterates" in Jewish education in Greater Miami has grown from year to year, despite the reports of substantial national growth of students registered in the Jewish schools throughout America. This very tentative conclusion presents a mosl serious challenge in view of the current discussion ot the vanishing American Jew To this problem the entire local Jewish community must address itself during the coming school year." Cohen concluded y N dfla&htiM • OAOI BOUl.CVAKO) •KAMI aCACH. FLORID* JlrrsasM •-•• %  CAJPI a n/jasKA REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew J. Sunday Schools. Wholesale 4 Retail BRAfU GlfTS AND NOVUTItS Red Authors Reported Punished Continued from Pag* 1-A representing the entire range of organized Jewish life meanwhile met this week in Brussels to discusthe situation of Soviet Jewry. Representatives of more than 50 organizations and communities adopted a resolution urging the Soviet Government to grant Russian Jews the same religious and cultural rights enjoyed by other national and religious minoriti'--. The delegates also called on the soviet Government to "put an end to the dclamatory campaign against Judaism and Jews in the I it-s and various Soviet publications." The conference stressed the "disproportionate number" of Jews among Soviet citizens sentenced to death for alleged economic offenses. The delegates also noted the anti-Semitic insinuations in Soviet press reporting on the economic crimes trials. The ((inference appealed to the Soviet authorities on purely hum anitarian .'rounds and in conformity with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to allow Soviet Jews, wishing to do so. to rejoin relatives in Israel. 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July 3. 1964 +Jmisti fkridirtr Page 13-A rh x d IOUS ervices • |i ii. B :i'fill > R 10 .. Ill nil--' ng Lbvi \\ ti Ii •' lESEIH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave. rthoilon Rabbi David Lehrfield. antor cralianSeif. — • — MI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544 J/ashinglon Ave Orthodox Rabbi Ibrahom Strassfeld. • HYONAIRES CONGREGATION. • CANDUUGHTING Jim 23 Tamux — 6:57 p.m. ~ ... % %  i.„ 11 -,, wm 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. —— • OMEV SHLOM. *11 Normandy Or. Orthodox. RabOi Phmeas Waber. man. — • SOUTHWEST CENTER. M3S SW Bth St. Conservative. Rabbi Zsvi Green wald. • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nanmias. • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. FTICIa) ii p.m. S:iluril:iy S:4". a.m. SVrnion: "ZcaJoua and Oversealouv." liar Mitivuli: Murk Klwn. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. rVldriy family MT.rshlp srrvliv. (Silent %  peanr: Alfred Lrlb*-i't. Client reader: Dr. Ifelvin l.-vins..u • TEMPLE BETH EL OP HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Rnconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Stem.-p. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. — • TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE K7th St. Conservative. Rabbi TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16M0 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtoi. Friday l:M p.m. Sermon: "One Nation lnillvlnll.li-.' siin I I to host On.-K BhaMNtt TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Friday •. p.m. Saturday S a.m. Sermon: "Indt-pendence l*ay—Our Kuuiul.ni: Fathers Speak t.. CM ARain." TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. l-'-iil S: 1 ."> p.m. in Jacob Ii. Kaplan Chapel. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal Reform. Cantor Gordon Richard*. Friday MM n.m. Harry Carney, nrCanlst, to direct the lii-i-i-i. ,il purtions of the rmipie. TEMPLE MENORAH. • 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Saturday vr. a.m. Bar Mitavah: Donald, son of Mr. and Mm, Herbert Cohen. Conservative. Miami. Rabbi TEMPLE OR OLOM 8755 SW 16th St.. mnai tajal l*Yid:iy l>:l.~i |.m. Satutday 8:4fi a.m. liar Mitxvali: Michael, mm of Mr. an.I Mrs. Paul I-Vlilinan. TEMPLE SINAI OP NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet GaleFriday B;15 p.m. Barroom "sites of Jewish Inl.-r.-st in New York." %  • TEMPLE TIPERETH JACOB. 961 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Saturday !• a.m. UVekly Portion. • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Avs. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. • TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th SL Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. Cantor Leo Uriioh. • TIPERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N\ Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Friday ::sft p.m. <}fest upeaker: Marshall II. t.'omis. pr. sident of the coiiirr.lajntsott. Caailor Joyepii M.. i.k. of T.-inpIc Torali. v. ill chuut the llttinty. Satiinluy i> a.in. S.-ini-n "Weekly r„rti..ii." YOUNG iSMAtL. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Rsbbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday K::;i> p.m. Saturday .*.:: %  .> a.m s rnion: "Weeklj Portion." Mlncha •; lu u.m. We Must Strive to Make Perfection More Than Surfaca RABBI MOPT0M MALAVSKY fodoy's infrrprefafion ^ y s*V \ \ y lurray Sonnett, president-olect, North Shore Optimist Club, liam: Beach, presents a scholarship trophy to Irene Malavcy. daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Morton Malavsky, of Hollywood, Fla., and ninth qrade graduate of the Hebrew Academy \r outstanding achievement in scholarship. The North Shore [ptimists sponsor the award annually at the Academy. 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The drastic result was that many improper and immoral practices were introduced to the Israelites: and Zimri, h-ad of the tribe of Simeon, flagrantly and publicly accepted the ways of the pagan nations. The heroic Pinchas, upon witnessing this, arose and slew Zimri. We see from this incident an example of legitimacy versus hypocrisy Pinchas served honestly. properIs. with dignity and honor. Zimri hypocritically tried to act like Pinchas outwardly and was quite corrupt and immoral within. -In life, we often encounter people who are only outwardly covered with a veneer of good manners and refinement. They si-em lo cover up their improper behavior and are. therefore, not convicted Ol crimes Like Zimri, they are malicious, unprincipled and false, constantly searching for the easy way out. These people pose a true threat and menace to society because they never admit their inferior ity. Such unprincipled people have, unfortunately, pushed themselves into key positions as leaders, industrial heads, spokesmen for national and international affairs. On the other hand, may God be blessed for the devoted and honest leaders like Pinchas who spend their lives toward attaining peace within and without, who give of themselves lor the proper ideals and openly denounce the Zimris. This week's portion has a lesson in morality and guides man today to search the ways of his leaders and heads so that the indifferent and unprincipled not be permitted to cast an hypnotic spell which must eventually end in stagnation and death. The most destructive end to character is indifference. There is also nothing as conducive to genuine joy as true conviction. May we be blessed with leaders of the free world who will ultimately prove themselves and be deservant of goodness, attaining a letter understanding and true peace, Annual teen-age community service award, given each year by the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami to one of its 30 senior high clubs for outstanding service work, is presented to Delta Psi Gamma Girls Club of Miami Branch. Shown presenting the trophy is "Y" President Herschel Rosenthal, with Miriam Garr accepting as president of the winning club. Bay-Bee Die-Dee Diaper Service "GREATER MIAMI'S FIRST" An Exclusive laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes 2111 NW. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 9-5593 WK AT -FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WK AT -FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conc.rtsl WK AT FM



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Icge 14-A *Je*ist ftorkHtr Friday. July 3. 1954 g y MAX liRNER Gov. Scranton's Decision to Gamble G ov. SCRANTONS open candidacy spells the end ol tbe let-someone-else-do-it psycho! -> among the Re public;. 11 moderates. From now on they are strictly on a do-it-yoursell basis. one must assume that Scranton into the race a ch is tent d man who has discover ,.' %  itical babi s are (i bj storks and thai Pn si lental nomii ations don t ..' 1 dumped into 5 coup! oi nice guj s whi %  to to m: k > %  '"' 1. -' • 5 a s Nixon, Romni > and Sera : utting on, un ler Ihi nh wer has the high ics o) comedy ': 5 m tried to put it into a musical, the -. 1. sanj i" be credible imly Abe Burrows or Shelley Berman could do jus lice to il 11 1 add that nonetheless 1 Kike the Scranton move quite sen sly, it is not for want oi seeing the comic aspects "I the total Republican setting S ranton's own oif-again on-again performance is funn) enough Add Eisenhower's dizzying performance ol spreading a carpet, pulling 11 out and now half-spreading il again, Nixon's toadying to Gold water, then attacking him. calling tor a champion to encounter Goldwater and then—when the knight shows up—complaining that his armor doesn't in 1 nd bis plume is willed. %  : %  I Why then do I taken Scranton seriously? Because he has made the logical move finally, the inevitable move however late, the only possible move lor a candidate to make if he has anything left in him except handouts and sawdust stuffing litha> donit moreover, with spirit, courage and nisi little enough self-flagellation to give it a dasb ol charm. His record on Goldwater is. of course, riddled with contradictions he now aimhis rapier at a man whom only a week or two ago he hall nil raced Nixon is too tortured a conniver and contriver '.o get away with it Rockefeller is too downright even to attempt it. Bui Scranton has Ihe righl mixture ol moralism and mocker) to manthe transition, without oing under His deci teal because there w a.. lo be tilled and there was no one else .11 ; Ui to mo\ e into il Scranton Unue to wail tor someone else because, iiuiti -implj. there is m on< els Eetwcen You and Me: Bv BORIS SMOLAR Jewish Students Rise ^IFTY YEARS AGO. (here were a 7.300 Jewish students in Americai olleges and universities. In 1919. at er World War l. their number di u 0 about 15,000 Today. there are iuo.iMKi Jewish students in the American chools oi higher learning, and it 1ex tected thai their number will reach 00 (Hio by 1970 intcresin.-1the [act that during •ie years Between World War l and World War 11 the >\i-h students constituted 10 per cent ol the total unber of students, while today the) constitute onl) 6 er cent. This ratio is expected to decline even further by 1975, because of the lower birthrate among Jews To this, it must be added that today, onl) 2i> per cent ol the college-age group in the total American population tend schools of higher learniii. while DO less than 70 • er cent ol Jewish college age boys and girls go on to ii\ ersity stud) Within two decades, it 1believed, almost all \mer,;an Jews will have attended an institution ol h ingj But the number ol Don-Jewish youthin Amerces colic i universities is proportionate!) mg with every vear and 1expected to be d tuble b) 70 of what it is today, when Jewish percentage on tbe impus 1alread) verj much on the decline. In the years between the two world wars—when the 1 amber oi Jewish students was small but larger 111 per centage than it itoday—most ol the Jewish students were immigrants Today, ihe great majority are AmericanOff), and many of them are children of American born Jews. In the years between the two world wars Jewish BtudentS specialized chiefly in studying medicine, law. 1 entistry and engineering. Today many of them study to become scientists in physics and chemistry. They also study nuclear age engineering. A good many study liberal arts to become university teachers ;,nd highly qualified social workers. There are also many Jewish students who take up accounting and manage ment with a view to taking over the businesses of their : Brents Browsing With Books: By HILARY MIWDilN An Island Becomes a Symbol MANGROVE TOWN. Bv Yael Lotan. 302 pp. New York: Doubleday. S4.95. Y AEL LOTAN, who is not yet thirty, is the daugh ler of a former Israeli Consul General to the i nited state.-. She livenow ,n Kingston, Jamaica, from which she has drawn, perhaps, many of the sci nes 11 tliis novel ol B Caribbean island It is an island which has recently been freed from British colonial domination, but which 1unprepared for in dependence. It is an island in which the color bar are down, but the rigid snobbisms ol class and hue are alread) in theii place The island seethes with intrigue but it 1nol the' old tribal inlrigui ol voodoo and drum which fires its steamy II is Ihe kind ol %  h has its root.-, in the 1 led to com 11 other to sm. And it is sleep) protect" slan disturbing res| on self-del which giv< Ihe book its sp< 1 The W esl In ban < acti \ ern ment officials, who are ei build md industry project, to the lovely, shiftless tomorrowcil people who live and laugh in the sha ities, and who will be the new -ettlers and wei in the project But it is the famous English atOu tect, ("live Henderson, Imported to build the N, Town, who uncovera my sic; oils scheme ol nipt ion into Which he has been trapped and will enslave the island's ec-one.in lo an internal. combine Yel it 1Clive who seeking an older, difl peace, falls 111 love with the ch.lillike dark I. And n 1the little Viennese refugee, Naomi, %  1 i.l and a v n.iMy whu h -h i.e. sakes the paternal pr 1 of hi 1 Te> in husband to I I b \ ro, Keil b \ .11 jhl thi al il [1 om all si 1. ping it 1 lioning it in cobwebs ol time past si Il is an unusual no el -' rii but nol emi l and iisubtleties for thi American situat mescal able Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN The Arab Conference in the Old Jerusalem Jerusalem I AST WEEK there took place !" at the new Intercontinental Motel on Mt of Olives, in the Ionian held old city oi Jerusalem, Ihe "Palestine Arab Conference" called to ensure the "•liberation oi Palestine.'' The decision to hold the conference was taken at Ihe Cairo summit meeting of last January at the joint initiative ot Nasser and Ahmed Shukairy. whom many may remember from the vitriolic anti-Israel and anti-Western tirades al the United Nations, first as a member of the Syrian dele gation and later > the head Of the Saudi Arabian del. a tion. from winch po>t he was ei; missed by Kin; Peisal. Mr. Shukairy, left jobless, appointed himself chief spokesman ol th< Palestine Arab refugees and as such ared at the last session ol the UN General AssemW) and n !l Ihe help ol \'aser, moved forward in the dii ei tion 1 • mil.' Eorci Al Ihe Old Cil 1 re#i nee try at nounced the creation ol a "ne 1 indepench '1 he at cemei 1 call on thi trabs for a "hoi) v.. titul a hymn, a constitulioi 1 exi %  • committal as well as the establishmi nl i I 11 patterned alter the Jewish V tioi al Fund Thi bled al represenl Ihi ees in the various Arab states but, in fact, were selected b) no om The) wee all nomi nated i>> special committees sel up bv Shukair) in the refugee centern was for this reason thai Saudi Arabia boycotted the conference and forbade any of the Palestinian Arabwithin her boundaries to take part in it. Initially, also King Hussein sternl) opposed Mr Shukairy's venture. Indeed, u there 1an) threat in the creation ol a "Palestinian independent entity, it .to Hussein's Kingdom, divided bel een Ihe Palestinians on the west bank and the King's tribal supporters in tbe east H shukairv plans were to be carried out, Hus .-em would have to give up all oi the Palestine lerriton which he had annexed alone with about hall ol en; populationand there can ei| course be nothll 1 e.in Hussein's mind it he had afreed to pU) b the' conference, il was, no doubt, because he fell that in this wa) 11 would be ea-ier for him to keep ii control Indeed, Hussein's stand forced Shukairy to yield on man) a vital point ol hioriginal plan Thus he was forced to include m the "constitution" graph stating explicit)that the new body would "no territorial sovereignty over the western hank of the lla.-lienute King loin"—nor even over the Gaza Strip— .1 ml the confer—we rejected all pro|M>sals for the imn> 1 1,lie' establishment of a "political presence" In then aras. One may assume that Hussein will continue t a watchful eye' on Shukairy's future activities M we .bile rent and varied reasons, one ma) assumetin. anon or Syria will no' be to, ready to give Shukai tree a hand Yet, the dangers inherent in 111..new develo should not i.e dismissed F01 shiiK.ni> declared livi is thi ulti Ii establishment ol a "liberatioi For tin%  the conferi %  %  .••.! upon thi es to t i; ible thi 11 fui ees to enlist in their ;." iblish for then al training e | mio the,' es, etc Whether or not this tal will be achieved, there ithe' danger "fedayeen" b : under Shukair) ance and with the blessing ol Nasser who would • ctual comn : 1 also utilise them as live tool m a new %  version againsl de their primary task ol disrupting tin n ;•. i-r.o I's bon ers. Shukair) announced that, afrom now, hi ;. military uniform only to uodersci doubl :h..1 he is out lor action. Dm inn Khrui i an,, visit shukairy conferred with the Soviet 1.. later told correspondents that he MMM seekini aid for the "Palestinian army.'' He also anno, he would shortly be vi-itmr. Mosco.v and Peipini Taking inti account the limitations placed kairy by tbe tacts ol life of the intei Arab rel should nol take hil boa-ting too seriously Howi ers inherent in this new Shukairv \a--.i must not be taken toe, light hcartedh e.th. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Suffering the Problems of Bar Mitzvah AR MITZVAH is an old institu "* tion T 0 ':: "-an1 v• Ji ephus told how man) ol Ihi eminent men ol Jerusalem came to his Bar Mitzvah to test him on hit knowledge ot the Torah Bui Josephus didn't make an) speech in the synagogue like the) do today. Charles Angnll relatehow ingrandfather helped earn his living, writing Bar Mitzvah speecnes 1 duw'l nave to pay for my Bar Mit/vah speech M) older brother wrote it, but 1 was responsible for all the .motion i real!) let go. This was due to the fact that al school then we were learning the speeches of Patrick Henry and I recited the Bar Mitzvah speech in the same style as though it were "Give me Liberty or Give me Death." I remember when I finished, someone said it sounded like the days of "Seventy Six" all over again However in my case, there was no parly. My 1 .other baked a sponge cake for the famib thai was all. Bui nowaday.-, they have C8tl and what not and it hieven entered politics 1 week, according to the New York Evening President Johnson made mention of Bar Miti As the -ten., itold, the I're-ident. on -en:; S Keating, oi New York, expressed bis concern the latter health "I'm line." -aid the Senator, "what made tl'ink I walickT" "Well," -aid the President "I understand was .1 Bar Mitzvah last Weak at Bctsnectad) which 14 persons werepresent, and you were n there." Hut Sen Keating is nol the only one attendiW I3ar Mitzvabs If 1 remember correctly, when Mi Johnson was Vice President, it was reported that he attended a Bar Mitzvah in Texas. I don't know v hether GeorgS Washington ever attended a Bel Mitzvah. but there is a tradition that he attended a wedding of Ihe parents of Mordecai Manuel Noah



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July 3. 1964 ^Jten isti fhrkMaun Page 15-^ CC GAC NOTICE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE [VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF rLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 7001 ANN LAMB [I'lulntiff, vs. IMII: LEE I. AMI: Iturenilant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION %  Hi, Jl.M.MlK l,UK I. AMI: are ii"r-.l i.. serve a com of your nnawei Divorce Cotuplalni filed againal j on ['luintiri s iiliinni v. i; ID il'.i'. K tilOLAH, 813 N.W. I2tn Ave,, Mill. 11a.. and ititoriginal with clerk llns Cunt nn or Inf..i.July tl, nrhcrwNe connjiMifi will I" conid by you. [A TED: June :.:. 1964. K II l.i: VI" 11 HUMAN". H. rk Ifiiii Com i. I >a < i, County, Florida %  I) r.v: i". I COFELAND l>.|nit\ Clerk a :'';. T s-ie-i; THF. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE kEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF [FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 6960 |MIU?RC1 HAVINUH BANK I'lalatltf, VH. 1.1-:V JONES, Trualee in bkruptcy, • i al I lefi ml.iiil. NOTICE OF SUIT Beth .i. Welaa a/k/a Ted Welaa, .is Truateo :', Lockney Bherword Poreat l.\ unfit-Id, Maaaachuaelti iu IN hereb) notified thai thi a onptloned notion lias been inklted againal you in the CIrrull in of Hi.Judli ial Circuit of Florin HIKI for Bade Count) to foremortgage upon tinfollowing i tied i'ai property: i .". lil.uk L'v of Revived I'lal of Portion of CARI 'I, CITY, I 'ded llai Book ">T al Page S3 being a l-|.!at of a |".I lion ,.i CARt il. CITY. recorded in I'lal Rook '.7 al l*age nl HoPublic Record! %  •: I % %  • %  l p. int). Florl I.I iu .ii %  i. 'in' ed to fill • our .m-' i blalntlfr* i "in|.la in i u uli i InClerk : I tinaf Bald Court, ami nerve %  > thereof upon plaintiff! atlorne> U:TIN KINK, Itih FI I'.o!. IV.Iliullding, Miami %  •-. Florida no! i i ill.in July 27, l!"'I, "i a I '•en %  Confeaao will l entered ugalnal JATIM' June -"-'. IMI i: M i.i: vTHERMAN, cut-it i. Court, I lade < %  •.ini >. Kloi Ida .ii By: K. M. I.YMA.N Beput) ade l-i-.i. ;.il Bldg inn .:.', Ii... ula • %  8, V 3 111 11 Aycnu BY HENRY LEONARD NATIONAL UTlL.nts LI M,,Trj 'Gentlemen, it's true now there are only two Jews in our 78 plan's, but by next year with bold and courageous action on our part, we intend to DOUBLE that number." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVEN thai the itnderalgned, denirlna lo engage In business under the lie.m..us name al A. i:i' I'nllKN COMPANY al 2464 Palm Avenue, Hlaleah, Klorlda intend i" reglater wild name with Clerk ..I the Circuit Court County, Florida. A I:I • C4 IIII:N" M \.\' COHEN PRANK COHEN Rl IBERT II I'liM'HKl Attorney for Applicant! i. jii the Dalle ::-l"-l" Copr 1964. Ooyenu P.oductiont LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE I — THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF [FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 483 (THAN PARI >E8, Plaintiff, vs. Ill, .1. I' M:\S1I.1T1. and ITTIK NoRMAN, formerly known HMTTIE M. 1 AKASII.ITI. and if rrled husband. I leff ndaius. NOTICE TO APPEAR BY PUBLICATION BETTIE NoRMAN, formerly known as BETTIE M. PARA HI1.1X1. 969 smith mount Street, Raleigh, North Carolina, it married her band, whoae residence Is unknown. each and all unknown pemooe, tlea ami defendant! who claim by, ugh. under ot HKHIIIN. iha aforeHETTIE NORMAN, ..'so knoyn BETTIE M. PARASIUTI, and if ri.il, her huabnnd, ail paiii. s having or claiming lo iany -mill tlth' or Intereat in Ihe terty h. rein described: .t 14 In Block 1 of CON-fllA \NOR, according to the pint hereof, anvuided In Plat Hook K7. Page 71. ..f Ihe Public Record! of lade Count v. Florida oi: ANK EACH OP Y< IT' art herenotified thai i Complaint has been I by the above named Plaintiff nst you aii'i each of you to forea mortange on the above dee.1 |.i opt l • v ill the iihox. •• !t) led and you and each of you are thy required to file • tn %  r pleading reaponnive thereto h the Clerk "i the above pntltle.l nt i "oui i and lo nervi .1 % % %  ;.> of Anawer or other reaponelv* linif upon the I'laiiii u'f's Attorllei • • 1 %  In A Millet. 18 u • • gler Street, Miami. PI "ii "i re the 81 1 da! of Jnlj. IM1 rwl .• • hi all. i4.iti"ii~ of s.. .1 1 lint v\iu be ukrii as confeaaed b> ialad at Miami, In Bad! County ,i! Ida, Ihli 23i 1 day "t June, 1964. i:. I! I.BATIIERMAN, Clerk fir. uit Court, I 'it'll County, Floiiila r-ii) B> V.. V COPEBANB Deput) Clerk %  I se, 7 3-10-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 6820 REN \TK MAI.xZ KIM'. Plaintiff, \ s. I \Mi:s I'M'I. Kill'. 1 %  • • %  • %  lant, SUIT FOR D VORCE l'. 1 J VMES I'M'l. Flint Malllit! A.1.1 I'ti Box MB l-'i. t ],,:!. 1 na, B.W.I Realdence 1 "nknow n Vou ai • h. 1 I %  not II Ii 1 thai of 1 '.iiiii'iami lor IHvorci ha • lb .I ugainal .. • 1 1 you an required i" --is.1 eo] of your Gnawer idlng i" 1 hi I'll of 'oiii|i ..11 iii. plaintiff \" •. > \.\lt 'Rl t M s\\ 1:1:11|.IN". 74S Keybold Build Miami i'i I 1 %  -' .'ini nit ih' "i 1-111., 1 Anawer or l'lealln in the offici ol iii. 'lerk 01 tit. Pin till '' 1 on or before ihi Stli da> of July, 1 %  -•• %  4 If you tail t" 'I" -". pniu'ii' n t by default will be t.ik.-n agnlnal you for •inrelit f demandi il in the BUI of 1 Vnii'laiut DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. Florida, tinisth iiay of June, A.P. IW4. K 1: LEATHERM \N. Clerk Circuit Court. Bade County, Florida is.aii By: C. I' COPEJ-AND Ueput) Clerk d M, 7 :;-!"-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63567-B IN RE Eatati 1 I H ISEPH Pi iWERH In ... .1 NOTCE TO CREDITORS To Ml Credllort ami All I". 1 11 Ha> nv Clalnia • • %  I'etnanda Againal Saul ISii.-: Vott ai • hi rehy nol ifled and required i" iireaenl an> rlalma and deiniiti'iwhli '1 vou may have aaalnat 11 of JOSEPH Pt>\VER tie1 ..ol.County, Florida, to the I'oiiniv Judgea of Bade Coun., ; :,u ty, (I I he mime In iluplfca • %  and i.,., n %  %  M.ii 11 Section 733.16, Plorida Stattttea, in their offlcea In the Counts Court house In 1 lade !ounts Plot Ida, within six calendar months from Ihe llmi .f ih. flral nuMb-ation hereof, or the aame ili be barred. Dated .11 Miami, Florida, this 80th 11.1 .•! .1 tine, A 11. 1961 \ 1.1i:i:i > POWERS \Administrator First publication t.f tin.notice on ih. L'tiih .lav ..i June, mm. 1.1 it.N" MM> I. K1MB 11,1 Attorrn for Administrator !'t'l N.E. l.'.'iii St., .\. Miami, Fla IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63608.A IN 1:1: l-St.it. Of I.KK.NA PRINCE I I. i-illSfil. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cl'ftllli.ls ami All r.i-'lis II.iv in;; iiaim> ..r Demandi Againal Said Kstat, •: You arther e by notified and raqttlred t" present any claims and demand! which v.ni innv have against Che <-stat t of I.KoNA PRINCE tl.ceaaed late of iiaue L'ounty, Flotiua, to the County Judgea of IHidc County, anil fllitii< name in duplicate and as provided in Section 133.16, Florida Statutes, In their offlcea in the County Courthouse i" Ihidi County, Florida, within ill call n.lar 111.millfrom the time of the 'list publication hereof, or the .-am-will be barred. Bated al Mann, Fiorina, thia 19th da) of June, A.U, 1 !•".t. Wll.l.lA M 1.. MICHAEL Al IS' 1 H"i First publication of this notice on 1I1. 26th da) of June, l!<61. ARONOVIT2, SILVER .v Ki'HER AttoiHii-vs for l-Si-i-utor KOI Alnsl.-v Building Miami 32, Fla, 6 :'t:. 7 3-10-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenisii fkrldiaiti golicits your legal notic**. W appreciate yoai patronage and tjuarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-46M for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 607C2 IN RE Estate of IRENE ABLER, I '. Cl .'.-. .1. NOTCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is I,, r. i'v given thai I have flli .1 it>) I111.1l Report and 1 '• til Ion for 1 Ustrlhutlon a a.1 iinai 1 ii.-. h .1 %  %  ..kixeculor of Hi. 1 state ol IRENE ABI.I :R, .1.' i-aaeil: and that on the :7th ii.,v of July, !i64, will apply i" HaHi in rahle I'm > Judgi a of I >ade 1 'ounly, Florida, fi • 1 kl ald Final Report and for dlatiibutlon and final dlscharee 1Kx< ctitor of the • %  -1..1. of ill., iiliove-named de*-edent ; Thia :_'iiil "U may havi axaii the eatate of HERBERT ROBER1 deceased int.of Bade County, Flmi. to the Count) .Indues of Bade Cotl i\ and file Ihe same in duplicate a na provided In Section 188.18. I'lon. Statutes, iii their offlcea in the Col iv Courthouse In Dade County, Fli Ida, within six calendar monthe frt ih. time of th.tirsi publication net of. "i the name "ill be barred. Hated at Miami. Florida, this I .lav .f June, A.I>. 1864 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BAN 1 IF MIAMI REACH SHIRLEY BERG As Execi I %  il.liialii.il ..III la> ,.f June, 1964. K< iMMKL A !".' K1ERS \ !-..i n. for Bxecul 1 1 '1. Lincoln Rd Miami Bi % %  '1 Fla %  ; I2-19-S6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fHVEN 11 Ihe undersigned, deslrlruT lo ei liusln— under the fli III \< %  i'!i.-ants r.'-'v s\v li Street 6 '--•''. • Fin Hi t i' •i'i %  Court IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63174 IN RE: Estate .if MANUEL WFI.I.INS l.. ceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditors and Ml Peraon Having t'lalms or Demand! Against Said ISia 1. : Vou are hereby notified ami required i" present an) clalma ami demand! which ^tin may hav.iimiuii the estate of MAM I'I. WKI.I.I.NS dec< sed late of 1 lath County, Florida, to Ihe Count) Judge! ..i Bade County, and file the ann In lupllaaee and as provided in Section 788.16, Florida ,].,, siai II.S. in rnelt nrTlejei In the t'onn1 i> Courthouse In Bade County, Florida, within -K calendar •>..•>•• >v~ from the time of the first publication hen of, or 1 insum. vv iii 1.. barret I. I hi ted ai Miami. Florida, thia 23rd .lav of June, A 1. -"tw LITTLLE KLKIERM \\ HIT \ TRII.LINI1 v IS. it -I. • F '-i inihlieal i'-n "f this not 1 • "ii i hi -'"ih 'lav .•! .1 ihe, 1961 it. utRRT 11 11: MUH: Allot in;, -oi I! v.. itricea rtuPnnl Hull Miami. Florida 6 26. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE Na 63492 C IN RE: l-Siaiof ,1 \i "i i|i 1 1 (1 11 iS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami AH Persona Having Clalma or Demand! Against Said Estate: You are lieivhy notified and rei|Uir*il t. I'l-t-snl any claims and demand! which you mav have againal i the estate of JACOB CODOH deceased late of Bade County, Florida, to ihe County Judge! of Dade County, and file th>saintin dupllcau nul as provided In s.ition 7:t:!.l<;. Florida Slatuies. in their offlcea in the County Courthouse In I'aile County, Florida, within !lx ial. ndar months from the time "f ih. fir-i publication hereof, or the sunnw ill be barred. Haled .1 Miami. Florida, this 12nd of June, A.D. 1964. 1 ;I:SSI 1-: 1 "i nn is ROSLIND I ODO8 HELLINGER U 11,1 I AM 1-nl 11 '> \ Executors Flral publication of thia notlci on Hi. 26th day • %  :' June, 1964. siMiiN. llv^s v 1 ;i;r\i>\\ 1:1:.; I :v : Mosea fli indwerg A1 tornt v for Exei itorfl anl AI11-1. > Building 6 !6, 7 Slti-17 NOTICE TO DEFEND Or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CtRCH T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 6878 VINCENEO PUTA.NU Plaii THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63586-B RE: Eatate ol HARRY i.'iirii I leceaae I NOTICE TO CREDITORS All (YeilKors and All Peraons llavt'lalnis or Ceniands Anain-I Saul late: 'ii are ht-ia-by notified and re% %  ti to present anv claim! and deinis which vou ma.v have at estate of IIARKV l.'iKi: deceased of bade County, Florida, to Ihe Inly Judgea of Bade C Ity. and Ihe aame In duplicate and ai proId in Section 163.16, Florida KtatIn their office! in the Count) iihoiife In Bade County, Florida, 1 ilx calendar month! front the if the fi. it publication hi reof, "isaine ill be bat rod Kited ..1 Miami. Florida, thia -S'nil if June, A I' llti.l 1.1 ss IS 1. la ii-:r. As Admlnu trat01 al publication of this notice on Kth da) of .lum ii'tii 1:1:1:.1 rALlANOFF IIII-.V for Admlnlatrator [•ineuln Rd., .Miami Beach, fla, 6/J6, 1/3-10-11 |'.\TSI:I .iiisi-:i'iii.Ni-: POTANO 1 i.-f.nilant. SUIT FOR D VORCE TO: IMTSKV .IdSKI'HISK PeVTANO RESIDRNt'E I NKNiiWN Vou are hei.li> notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed againal vou. and you are required to serve a COB) of your An-vv.r or Pleading to the Bill .a Complaint on ihe Plaintiffs Attorney, PACLI Attorney KWITNEY, KSgPIRE. 180 Lincoln Road, Miami Beat li. Florida J3139, ami file the original Answer or Pleading In the offieof ih. Clerk of the in nt Court on 01 before Ihe SMh %  lav of July, 1964 II v..11 fall to .lo ludguient by defarrti #ffl he taken against vou foi the relief demanded In th.Bill of Complaint. Tii:nol Ice ihall bt published each week for tjw itlve weeks In THE JEWISH 11 .< Ill !•! AN la iN'i: AM 1 1 IR1 IEREI t .11 M Fli ml.1. this isi, .lav ,,f .1,111. \ I' 1964. i: l: l.i: ITIIERM \N C|i I. 1 in mi I'.-iu t, 11,1.1, • inn v. iloi. .1 (aeaf) ltv 1. SM.I.I n.N it) 1.1 k PAUL KWITNEY, l-:sj. 110 1 1 n. ..in Road Mi urn Beach, Fla Attorn*) 101 11.11n1.il o-II IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63584-A IN RE lSi.n LEAH KATZMAN, a k a LEE KATZMAN 11. ceo NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Cn ill! -rand Ml Persons Hat ng '"Sunor IK*manda Against Said I Sl.ilYon are hereby noHfied nnd reittilred to |.'.in an> clalma and demand! w in. 11 vou mil) hovi againal ih. eatate ol LEAH K VTZM \N. II l, a 1.1:1: KATZMAN 1 ...-.-.l Inte ..I" Bade County, Florida, t" th.Counl) .ludsoof Mail. 'ouni>. ami file 1 in -ami II ih.'i. offices In ih.I'ounly Courihouae In Iknde t'."iiuv. Florida, within six calendar montha from th, date ,.i ih. fleei ....ii'i,-.; ., hereof, "i the Sinnwill be l'.iiii'l. SELMA KATZMAN BOLALEXANDER IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63447 B IN RE: Eatati of WILLIAM ROSIN, I '•-. i-a-i il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claim! or Detnunda Againal sahl Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claim! and demands which you may have againal the estate of WILLIAM RORIN deceased I.iii of Dado County, Florida. io the County Judgea of Dade County, and file Ihe name In duplicate and as provided in Section 133.16, Florida Statutes, in their office! 111 the Comity Courthouse In l>ade County, FlosIda, within six calendar months front the time of ih,fhs, publication hereof, or the aame will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, tills 17tli ilav ,,1 June, A.l>. 1964. ROSE 1: W" RORIN As Administratrix First publication 01 th ; notice 'i the 19th ilav ,.f June, 1964. AINBLEE It FBRDIE vii'.riiev for Admlnlstrnti Ix RUIte S62, KH.1 fl W. Lejeuni Bd, 1 oral 1 tables, 1 Iu, 6 l'i--i:. 7 l-ltl IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63391 C IN RE: Estate of LI ifis HI'RWITZ I ... as.'d NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE F FLi iRID v "I'll ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN" THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT \"ii are hereb) notified lhat a written Instrumeni pu i".iiiii>; to be trfi last vv ill ami ti -1, mi. 111 1.1" 1 i.i ... j dent lias been admitted to probate in mid 1 '..in 1. You ai •• hi n by 1 %  %  111 iii.iinliil within -S call ml.11 11 ..iihfrom the date of the first publlcatbs. of this notice i" appear in said Court and show eau-. II BI v v,.:i can, whv the action ol said Cotirl in admlttlns saul will to probati should not stand uni evoked, fJEOROE r CLARK 1 "onnlv Judge l-.v Ml'.l.l: \ f. DICK Clerk ptibllcation ..f Hi's nol 11 ih. IJ1I1 tlav 01 June, 1964 RICH Mil' ANKI.Si IN, KSi.'S. Attorne) %  for is., utor lie, Lincoln Rd Miami Bi Bch, Fla. i'i 12-11-26, 7 ] IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6384 S|.;y M, in: 1. SMITH, Plaintiff,, vs. SYI.VI X SMITH. 11. fen.hint. NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION Vou, SYLVIA SMITH. 82-29 15 Street, Howard Beach, L L, Nt York, an required to file your gi awer i" ihe Complaint for Dlvof with ihClerk "f the above Cou and nerve a copy thereof upon H' man Cohen. Atty., 1*10-11 CongT! Rulldimi, Miami, Rorida, on or b. fore July 13th. W64. or else eom-lo'will I.taken as confessed. Dated Iii -. Mh day of June. 1964. B. B LEATHHRMAN i"i' rk of the Clrcull Court ,-.ali IS K M I.YMAN" 1 leputy cierk r. U-19-26, 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREHY OIVEN fli the imii—i---n.-'i. d es i rin g to engage %  inisii. under the flctltloua ngmea Cecelia RrooHa Real Estate Lit en School and llrooki Real Batata I ,.. ., s honl, 1* Arthur flodfrev Id \1 ami Reach, Fin,, Intends to reglat mild name! with the Clerk of Ihe '': U li ,.• Dade "ounty, Floi Ida 1 'l-'.'KI.IA MKi 11 IKS fi 12-19-26 7 IN 1 11 Lincoln Road Building M .ami r„ aeii. Florida 8 isewl) First IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN A V D FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 590O5-A RK Estnti LILLIAN KRACSS, 1 1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK-: APPLICATION FOR DISTRI BUT ,0*. 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Paqe 16-A 1* £< M *-# %  Hrir*rti?*ri Friday. July (//ge Germans to Oust Scientists FALLSBURG, \V JTAl —. The Rabbinical Council ol Amer ka appealed Ibis week i<> thiUnited States to Intercede with West German authorities to ithdiaw German scientists "who are helping Egypt to develop .1 misgile and rockel program intended 11 destroy Israel The appeal was made in one "i ; series ol resolutions :i lopted at ihe closing session of the Orthodox organization's annual convention here The rabbis, in anOther resolution, asked the Slate Department to make "every effort" to protect American firms ;.nd business from the Arab boy] Cott and to withhold United State? bid from Arab states white the boycott was maintained. The Postmaster-General was asked, in another resolution, to stop the mailing of all hate literature. The rabbis also asked liberalization of United States immigration laws, and called on the Soviet Government to grant "unqualified religious freedom to Russian Jews. They also called on all local Jewish federations to stop immediately the functioning of Jewish Centers on the Sabbath. An appeal to the world leaders ol the major religions to express their opposition to the continued policies of the Soviet Union, "in uprooting and destroying the fundamental tenets of Judaism and religious liberty" was voiced by Rabbi Israel Miller of New York, the newly elected president ol the Rabbinical Council, "These leaders," Rabbi Miller said, 'should arouse ami mobilize the peoples and governments of the world in a vigorous campaign to reverse anti %  Semitic outbursts .'huh have been Fully confirmed in reports emanating from Russia." Referring to the reli ;ious -it n m American colleges to i'ay, Rabbi Miller announced thai he will appoint a campus commis ..part ol the Rabbinica i. ouncil to help students in under Etandin the 1 challenge ti 1) eir li iious ideals Ihe Con -ion will cooperate with com munal and college agencies in ai attempt to instill students witl v hat the Rabbi termed "a sens n! commitment to religious val lies The problem of religion on campuses was raised by Rabbi Harold P. Smith of Chicago, a past Rabbinical Council president. He urged Jewish leaders and university educators to "re%  %  1 1 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NtlDS fOK ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your furniture, Clolhlnn, linens, Dishes, Drapes, ffe. PHASE CAU US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7300 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR coira Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: *•<%. ACME • ** ROOFING 685-1952 store the religious and moral standards of the university campus." Rabbi Smith told the convention Lhat "oarents are committing a 1. shion ible vogue and 'lamorous icputation. Bj living away from home, these offspring tend to obliterate the Influences "t religion and -"• ial rooralltj in their scale %  real injustice and moral wrong oi personal values Parents j encouraging their children to should not be swayed by the curenroll in out-of-state schools ol rtnl ideals ol sociologists and educators relating to the h*sir ability of sending their children to : roll centers Ol highCl learn ing." Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of the Yeshiva University warned the American Jewish community that its survival in a pluralistic and materialistic society "i; in jeopardy unless the Jews stress the primacy of religious va'ues in their daily routines ef living. He r jr j warned that "religion should 1 retreat into jn ivory tower 1 allowing theory to 'pli; tion and philosophy • g c practice." 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*>*. d.nju, ovnan s IMcM eJe wish Fior idian Miami. Florida. Friday. July 3, 1964 Sect:or. 3 Harold fteinhard (right), of Miami, recently elected to a rear term of office as president of the Florida Branch of Rational Women's League, United Synagogue of America, returned home from a four-day conference of the organJMi's 28 branches throughout the U.S. and Canada at the Theological Seminary of America. She is shown with right) Mrs. Maurice Idell, of Beaumont, Tex., president ^uthwest Branch; and Mr?. Sidney Shinbaum. MontgomlAla., president of the Southern Branch. Council Chief on Red Cross Board %  : %  WW :A % awtf • v.* m m bv ISABEL GKCVE By Special Report NEW YORK — Mrs. Joseph Willed, of New York City, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, has been named to the Board of Governors of the American National Red Cross as a member-at-large, E. Roland Harriman, ARC chairman, announced Internationally recognised lor her leadership in social welfare and education, .Mrs. Willen is a member of the Steering Committee of the National Women's Committee for Civil Rights. She ipast president of the International Council of Jewish Women and an honorary vice president of the organization. In it.behalf she has traveled extensively in South America. Europe. and Asia A former national vice president ift fiom the "Y" Women's Auxiliary, in the form of a new I, is presented to the Miami YMHA Branch cs the result of a of intensive fund-raising activities by the women's group, ring the presentation of the keys is Mis. Jack Amazon it). Auxiliary president, while Maxwell Vv'aas, Miami "Y" jident, receives them on behalf of the agency. lev and Mrs Jacob I) Katz. 13 i ith i er., Miami Beach, pk home alter celebrating %  e personal "simchas" on hie 11 in New York In the 'Vning, the) attended the grad It..m of their son, Martin, from khivu University, where he re %  iveil InHA degree and a Scr %  h Aw; rd In Ihe alternoon ^Hliirrnron in honor "I the grad nI .1:1 : •-;. iv 1.1 bulnd.iv In the evening, there was a re acp'iun honoring the engage' Hti'.t of Martin lo Janet, dau ,liBr ot Rabbi and Mrs Samuel inda. of Ozone Park Martin will enter Brooklyn i" School in the fall and is (gently working with his uncle, lilip Kalianer. in the Attorney literal's Office Janet is a udent at llofstra College and %  ehes at Osone Part Jewish pnter Rev and Mrs. Katz also at Hided the wedding of localite irome ftublnowiti to Linda in-b( rg on Saturday evening. .111113, m Paternn, N.J. lv!\ia preceded Rev Katz to few York and was feted to a day the Worlds Fair. Yvette 1Mrs. Micky) Kraui in (lew York for the wedding ol khard Klrshberg and Nancy Wollilz-T. of Great Neck. 1. 1 jtst June 25 Bridegroom is the an ,ii Beachlte Roz Klrshberg n C to see friends there Eventually, they'll meet at the Americana Hotel in Manhattan where the vacation will include several Broadway shows and the Fair, no doubt Hut all "ood things have to come to an end some tune, and the pair will be home b> mid July. Missing from their usual haunts foe the summer will all four members of the popular Bernard Spector family, of 4500 No, Jclferson Shirley and daughter Berna motoring north to scout the New England col leges for women With onlv ore more year at Beach Hi. the pert deb teels it is none too soon to decide on where she wants to acquire a higher education itinerary is planned so that it reaches Maine for the start Of Camp forest Acres. where Berna is an aide Joining her there will be 12-year-old sister Anna Jane, now with her grand mother, Anna Stein, of the Executive House, on a visit with relatives in West Virginia Also .driving in Maine around that time will be the man of the family, Bernie He and Shirley will then embark on their own vacation jaunt which will stretch until it is time to scoop up their daughters and drive home. [sadore and Hen in New York enjoj reunion and taking i Fair Height of (he graduation of ter, Robin, from Schoenfcld Beth School, where she tificates of honor in luew and English Dickman are m a family n the World's the trip was their daughthe Esther Jacob High received Cer both the He Departments MRS. JOSfPH WaifN i I the Council. Mrs. Willen has headed its committees on volunteer study and on future training. She served as chairman of the Community Leadership Training Program Committees and the In-t Presidents' institute of the 70year-old education and service or. ganizatlon. Mrs Willen is chairman Ol the board of the Workers Defense 1 eague and a member of the Executive Committee ol the National Social Welfare Assembly, and former vice president of the Liberal Party in New York. The 50>member Board ol Governors is the top governing body ol the American National Red Cross. 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Pace 2-B vJknirf fhridfiaun Friday. J u i y By EDYTHE SCHINPIER — Recreation Knits Up the Sleeve of Care % .1 Just step right up folks. You pay your nickel —in some eases not even a pittance — and you take your cnoice. Be you Midget or Major, the Miami Beach Fecreafon Department has an activity for you. a situation when loneliness can be shared or energy channeled. "There's no excuse for anyone to be lonely on Miami Beach," said Jack Woooy. director of recreation for t'.e city and a man dedicated to the proposition that everyon" should 'Live All Your Your Lift." Born in Russi". raised in New York City and bred in the Catskill .Vnuntains. Jack Woody came to Miami Beach twenty years ago. from 1344 to 1949. he operated a rcstr.urant named Woody's. For the past twelve years, lie has heen associated with the city of Miami Beach. Self-Trained "I'm a self-trained recreation leader," said Woody, an impish pucker on his lips, a Jewel on hi< smart tie. "But the department is well-staffed with collegetrained people." The department operates four c immunity centers, three major recreation centers, eight playgrounds, a fishing pier, a servicemen's center, and two swimming pools. In additon. three "friendship corners" are mainJACK WOODY now is the futvrt tained as gathering spots for elderly residents and tourists. "Before we had planned activities tor all age groups, there were people sitting in their apartments on Miami Beach," said Jack Woody, "just concentrating on their aches and pains Perhaps it was the memory of my mother and her life on the East Side of New York that inspired me to work with elderly people. "When my mother's work day was done, all she could do was to go out and sit on the stoop of the building in which we lived. There, on the stoop, she might catch a breath of fresh air and a bit of conversation with a neighbor. My mother would have enjoyed the adult social recreation program we have on Miami Beach. 1 have taken the people out of their apartments, out of the patios, out of the past Pioneer Women of Greater Miami Hold Installation ot Officers Here and immersed them in the pus ent and the future." Personal Participation It is evident on Miami Beach that tne people enjoy an activity in which they can participate more than a passive one The social dances and square dances are most popular. "But please understand." said Woody, "that we reach out for people from 4 to 100. offering over two-hundred activities to the public at no charge or a minor charge. We have a teen-age council at which the youngsters suggest a program suitable for their age group. We do not impose our ideas on them. But usually by the time they reach fifteen, we lose them. On Miami Beach we get very young sophisticates." Frequently. Woody encounters the products of the playground* on Miami Beach in the person of city and county offic lals And secretly he wonders when he %  -fort! Home Show Plans A record showing of early entries for Florida's largest indoor attraction, the annual November Home Show, indicate an optimistic attitude of South Florida business firms. S;iow director John S. Gassaway reports that 30 firms have already contracted to be in the show as compared to only five entrants at this time last year. Leading the field of exhibitors is Florida Power and Light Co., traditionally the largest spaceholder in the November Home Show Gg9gc xz xz xzz Mrs Moses Meyer, vice president of Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women recently returned from a tour of Israel. At the annual meeting of Greater Miami Council held recently ul the Algiers Hotel, Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, chairman of the Nominating Committee, prese Ited the following slate, which was unanimously elected: Corresponding secretary, Mrs. Anna Quaker; recording secretary, Mrs Jack Raffel; financial secretary, Mrs. Sarah Shapoff; treasurer, Mrs Sam Davis; vice I resident-. Mrs. Jack Sills and Moses Meyer. President Mrs. Milton Green, member of the national board, appointed the following chairmen: Mesdames Sally Barr, journal; Katherine Victorhouse, dues; Oscar Zeltzer. donor; Ida Bookspan and Joseph Krantz, JNF; Abraham Shedroff. Israel Bonds; Rose Brody, tours; Jacob Weiss, stamp books; Jennie Seitlin. child rescue; Fred Sandier, membership; Moses Meyer, Moetzet Hapoalot end publicity. Perfwt A Ksiver TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem serve plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Brov Sread nudi from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening. • PUMPERNTCKU • BOHEMIAN KYI • BAGELS • VIENNA • EGG TWIS1 • FRENCH BREAD *EGG ROLLS • HARD ROLL! Newly-elected officers for Coral Cables Club are Mesdames Louis Sachs, president; Sam Davis, ii nancial secretary; Leo Plotkin, I treasurer; Harry Sklar, recording secretary; Kate Rose, correspond.: secretarj Sonia Plotkin, Meet ret Hapoalot. Kadimah chapter'new slate of officers and members of the board were installed in a cere mony conducted by Mrs. Green at a dessert parts in the Dupont Plaza Hotel. In-tailed were the Mesdames Fred Sandier, president; Lillie Cohen and Jack Sills, vice president; Leo Goldman, honorary president; William Chase, record ing secretary; Henrietta Spears, corresponding secretary; Teenie Deutseh. financial secretary; David J. Bell, treasurer. Board of Directors are Mes dames Leah Friedson. Clara Eraun. Gertrude Zollinger. Milton Kessler. Gertrude Wei-s. Celia Dickman. William Sokoloff and Moses Meyer, chairman Of the board. Activity chairmen: Mesdames Leah Friedson, Lillie Cohen, Jack Sills, Jacob Weiss. Veda Gruber. Gertrude Zollinger. Clara Braun. Jacob Raffel, Fannie Strauss. William Sokoloff, flyman Meltzer, K. Kalman, Hyman Selcer, Rose Brody, Milton Kessler, M. Machtei. Morris Kleiman and E. Krcutzer. Council delegates Mesdames Jacob Weiss, Florence Peiro, Lillie Cohen and Celia Dickman Serving with MrRaffel, chairman of the Nominating and Arement Committee were Mes.aines Cohen. Sandli r, Meltzer and Kalman l.-l.it Club Business and Profes sional Women's Club installed its r %  officer..t the Miami Beach Federal Community Room. 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Pcge 3-5 t^oeiafite ... bu %  "* ^ 1 jpical gardens may not huve much in com>n with the Colorado mountains, but these li women have dedicated themselves to Iping a Denver institution, the Children's thma Research Institute and Hospital, long the gioup attending an installation icheon of the South Florida Council of CARIH at the Roney Plaza are (from left) Mrs. Lawrence Scherr, recording secretary; Mrs. Albert Dubler, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Herbert, vice president; Mrs. Irving Miller, outgoing president and installing officei. Mrs. Sam Kratish, chairman: Mrs. Sidney Ritterman. president; and Mrs. Adolph Stempel. Seitlin at Seminar Sam Scitlin, president of Seitlin ami Co. Insurance, is among 200 life insurance sales leaders I torn throughout the country attending the Aetna life insurance seminar in Lake George. N.Y. The annual conference will end on Sunday. Continued from Page 1-B Robin will attend New York City College in the fall. i Off to the land of the Alps and Lederhosen is Mrs. Ethel Nagler, Miami Beach, for the summer to visit with her son, Robert, and daughtcr-in-lnw, Ellen, in Geneva. Switzerland ... Interrupting the last-minute rush of packing were Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, Mrs. Harry Orleans and Mrs. Alexander Bobbins, who co-hosted a Bon Voyage luncheon for Mrs. Nagler at the Cafe Jardin Suisse of the Roney Plaza Also feted at lunch was Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, newly-elected president of Brandeis University's National Women's Committee. Dick and Naomi Fink are back in town after motoring for a week with their young son. Jonathan The Kinks' other two chil drcn are off to camp for >u mm or The Monroe Zipp family growing smaller Daug itet Susan is still in New York Alan has gone to Camp Univc -•• as a junior counselor, and Richard left for the army ... A June graduate, Richard decided to serve before attending college He's headed lor Fl. Jackson, S.C. El Al Israel Airlines stewardess Judy Kay visiting v tin Iriends at the Doial Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedffl in. of 3051 sw 3rd Ave„ leaving lor Cleveland, where they will be visiting with their children: Mr. and Mrs. Martin (Lucille) Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Norman (Ann) Levin. Mr. and .Mrs. Albert (Florence) Berger. Mr. and Mi.-. Hyman (Eleanor) Paris and Mr. and Mrs. Jay (Leatrice) Friedman The couples 8 > have 11 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Whde there thev will celebrate Sam's chil80th birthday Aug. 15 and att< 1 1 the the wedding of one of th sir grandchildren. Mickey Fr Iis man, on Aug. 23. Benjamin Kohn (left) and Mrs. Esther Cohen, of Miami xch, are the happy winners of two paintinqs by Olqa Cukor in at a recent group installation function of Hanna Senesch jldassah in the Algiers Hotel. The artist's work hanqs in the lan Library. ibin Chapter Plans Functions |obyn Tubin Chapter of the oi Hope will meet July !>. I.m., at the First Federal Savand Loan Association. 125th and 9th Ave. tie organization is planning a Inch on July 12. 11 a.m., at %  fforson Auditorium. 167th St.. fh Mrs. Joe Schweitzer acting [chairman. Jolden life members are Mesnes Gen Wagner. Bert Matz. ances Kupsenel, Helen;. Blumenll. Celia Tobias, Helen Frazali, Lillian Giltelman. Dora Helitxer, Kac Hoffman. Sofia Horowitz. I!cTubin. Ann Tubin. Clori;' Tubin. Rebecca Portnoy. Rose Stem and Bertha Kulick. New Dancing Policy Jan August and his orchestra jre holding over at King Arthur Court. Miami Springs Villas, where the new dancing policy inaugurated by August is a hit. r"T"i OFFICES OF DISTINCTION b PAVLOW Office deslgna send furnishing* from manufacturer Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzae, Lamps, Everything lor th* Office of Distinction Interior detlgn i IBB*S planning. UoyitMlcmk M %  i. %  > PRE-HOLIDAY STOREWIDE CLEARANCE SA VE 25 % TO 70% LAST DA Y! jin celebrate* the ith with a Mtorewiile eiearanee sale Last exciting day! For your forth-coming holiday week-end, skyrocket savings on summer and vacation fashions for the entire family furniture, appliances and accessories for your home! Shop JM 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. we'll be closed all day Saturday SHOP EVERY DEPARTMENT ON ALL 5 FLOORS FOR BANG-UP BUYS!



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Page 4-B pjfewisi fkridKatn Friday, J u ;.>h and Bruce Gordon Forrest. For her wedding, the bride i hoe a floor-length poie de soie gown beaded with seed pearls, the full Wacteau hack falling into a detachable chapel train. The poie -'He pillbox headpiece was led in a pattern matching the -and featured a triple tier of rllu>u>n veiling. She carried a quel of white orchids and lilyof-the-vallej The bride attended Miami Beach senior High School and Smith olli j i The groom received h s AB degree from Dartmouth. \>here he va> a member of Tau EDsilon Phi Fraternity, the Dartmouth College Glee Club and president of the Behavioral Sciences Organization. Recipient of a F'ilene Fellowship I FOR SALE jl BLOCK FROM FIAGLER GRANADA. JEWISH CENTER NO OU ALIFYIN G. 2 Air-conditioned bedrooms and' | Den. Gas heat. Dryer, washer. I • Many extras. Walk to: 3 bus lines, j -schools, 2 shopping centers, library.I Small down payment, 330 S.W.I | SIst Court. 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Reception followed the wedding Bl the Fontainebleau Hotel. After a honeymoon in the Virgin Islands, the couple will be at home in Los Angeles. Miss Van Camp Becomes Bride of Gary Selkowitz Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated when Martha Jane Van Camp and Gary Daniel Selkowitz exchanged wedding vows on Satur day, June 27. 7:45 p.m.. at the Fontainbleau Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Dr and Mrs. Willard Van Camp. 2255 Arch Creek Drive. Keystone Point. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Selkowitz. 3S33 Flamingo. Dr., Miami Beach For her wedding the bride chose a lace sheath gown, featuring an empire bodice, scalloped neckline, brief sleeves and detachable silk linen train Her matching headpiece was of imported illusion elbow-length veil. She carried a cascade of white orchids Matron of honor for her sister v as Mrs Charles C Smith. Bridesmaids were Miss Janice Jo smith and Miss Eleanor 11 Halper Michael Schwarti was besl man. rnd ushers included Fri nk Rt lick and Latins Left Newlywed Mrs Selkowitz attended Lear School, the Univer Mty of Miami and Emerson ColIt i al Boston, Mass, The groom is a Universitj ol Miami graduate He is presently a registered representative with Bache and Co. Following a reception at the Fontainebleau, the couple will live at the Sutton House Apts 12150 \E 19th Ave. Vacation Show Set For Beach? In March, 19 Miami Beach 1 will be the lcen< American Sportv Travi -,) tion Show next Mar %  >• According to the pro J. Carroll Jr. the Ii Show will be the m ol its kind ever sei p| and Latin America On tap will be exl 1 IOSI reipectod nan • mg equipment, displa 1 wide range of res tion areas, top-notch eni ,and a group of pub! tion events lor I :C minded Frid Wen MRS. GAPV SILKOWITZ C NOW! "I • for mogic-eosq ^ab.a] I^OlMol : 1 'KOSHER it : SLICED BOLOGNA Cedars Reaches Volunteer Quota A full quota of teenage girlhas now been enrolled in the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Lobby Shop Additional volunteers will not he needed for the remainder of the summer, it was announced by Mrs. Morris Blau. shop chairman. "The response has been most gratifying," she said. 'A complete vacation staff was .-elected from recommended high -chool students, many interested in a career in nursing and other hospital positions." Youth Group To be Installed Rabbi S M Machtei will install officers of Chaverim, teen-age j.roup ot Temple B'nai Sholom, during Friday evening services this week To be installed are Gary Kre-el. president; Marc Bart, vice president; Frances S.iperstein. recording secretary; Eileen Berkcwitz, corresponding secretary, ilobert Zitnn. treasurer; Lonnie Norman, chaplain; and Brian Gardner, .-ergeant-at-arni-. Play to be Discussed A lecture on Pirandello's play. 'Right You are If You Think You Are. will be given at the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education on Thursday morning. 10:30 am., in the auditorium of Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. Randy Ross Will Wed Miamian Next December lira Lee Ross, of Freeport. Long Island, NY, announces the engagement of her daughter. Randy Susan, to Bruce If, Rap paport. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol J. Rappaport. 6091 SW 11th St Miami. I Miss Ross will be ;. second year scholarship student at the University of Chicago in the fall. ; Her liance. a Silver Knmht winner, has just graduated with general honors from the Inner >ity of Chicago, where he was a member of honorary societies Owl and Serpent and Iron Mask. He was one of ten graduating seniors honored by the Dean ot Students Office and the Alumni A-M>ciation with the Howell Mur ray-Alumni AModitioo fo his contribution to the extra-curriculum program at the univer;.ty. He also was the recipient of tin' Woodrow Wilson Fellow-hip and the Danforth Graduat? Fellowship for four years of graduate work in political science. A December wedding in Long Island Is planned • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI IIANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVDfll Phone FR 1-6551 Corndorf Wins Contest Max Corndorf has von fir.-t prize in an essay contest sponnied by the Jewish War Veterans. Title of his essay was "My twofold Heritage — Americanism -nd Judaism." He la the son of Mr. and MrChaim Corndorf. 2025 SW 13th St.. and a graduate of the Hebrew Academy INDEPENDENCE DAY CARNIVAl AT CAMP GAN ISRAEL DEIAND, FLORIDA THE HEBREW ACADEMY OF GREATER MIAMI Proudly Announces HEBREW STUDIES JR. HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM Open to Student" who hove Completed Six Years ol Elementary School, Desiring an Accelerated Program of Hebrew and General Studies. tNROllMtNT UMITtD. 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fJenisfi fk>ridHat7 Page 5-B c an JVi< execs WBD: NG BELLS Hi \;is a champagne reception .it the F'ontainc Hoi ..i-' week when Eve Chanin beca• the bride of .lack Kardon. Eve, lovely in an a' headed gown with a matching little hat veil, rrying white orchids, was attended b> ^ %  & :. Mrs Morris liatshin Evedaughters, p-.d Mrs. Herbert J. Salzman and Mr. and an Bauman. and their children. Diana, and Jeffrey, were in the first row. The as attended by Mr. i nd Mr-. Hen Litman r lists included Mr. and Mrs. Cy Wechsler, ^B Lillian Kiison. Dr. and Mrs. H. .1. Gersten, and Mrs. Edward Cohen. The Kardons • ,.n extended honeymoon trip and will re,• the earl) fall. %  :S turn GOING GOING, GONE %  I-ie Schwabe and Florence Kcisch have left for a i ruise through the West Indies. Leaving j^^B Kingston. Jamaica, they stopped al ten islar '.MIII t:\'-day stopover in Trinidad. Florer.e is a fine traveling companion. She can handi .ill the linances. since she's a math teach' fefl.inie Feinbei-j and Martha Kobrovsky left Idlewi.c Airport for points European. Minnie. execi i -i-cretar> f<>r (ireater Miami Section. Natu i ouiHi. HI .lewish Women, is looking forleeing Council's projects come to life in KIA-FEY KAWA it in plain English it was a coffee"' that n Mrs. Hymani Kaplan gave for her neice. ha Paula Kent, daughter of Mrs Alice Kent. • d Stuart Spector, son of Mr. and Mrs. S Spector. this month. As the guests arrived. < ne was given a tiny lily of the valley noseThe word "wedding" was taboo, and as I you had to turn over your flower to the %  who caught you saying it. Whoever colthe most Rowers received a prize. A pink and white box held "Tips for the Bride." and it was crammed full of suggestions. The two grandmothers. Mrs. Julius Goldman and Mrs. S. .1 Spector. were loving every minute of the party. Other guests were Mrs. Herman Wepman. Mrs. Howard Hirsch. Mrs Haword Mar gcluis, Mrs. Harold Zeeman, Mrs Arthur Kahn. Mrs. Harry August. Mrs. .1 K. PreehUng, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Mrs. Arthur Italic and Mrs Pete Silverman. AROUND TOWN ON FATHER'S DAY At Westv/iew Country Club the crowd of lathers and their families was SO huge that many had to be put on a waiting list. Fresh fruit comprised the centerpiece at the individual tables. Family parties included those of Leon ard Abess, Finest Janis, Mitchell Wolfson Charles Blank. Simon Bloom. Herbert A. Matins John Serbin, Samuel Resnick and Dr. Lester A Russln with their children and grandchildren The William Singer tribe numbered nearly twen ty. The usual prizes were given, the youngest father was John Serbin Jr.: the oldest was David Singer, and the prize for the most children went to James Cohen. At Red Diamond Inn were Xomi and Marvin Zank with their children, Steven and Ellen, bobby and Jack Golds worth and Toby and Donald Friedman were there with an assortment of their own little babies. At Chesapeake Seafood House were Dorothy and Martin Spector and their brood. At Red Coach Grille were Helen add Seymour Somerstein and Helen and Don Solomon and offspring. At Kings Bay Country Club were Lilly and liar ry Schiff with their son. Neil, and his wife. Barbara, and the children, also Ann and Larry Stewart and their daughter. Gail. THEY WERE THERE Bob (Mrs. Arthur) Treister wrote that there are so many Floridians on her cruise ship, the Caronia decided to hold a Florida Day. —FRANCES LEHMAN Rafkind Elected President William Rafkind. CLU, manager .i the Home Life Insurance Company Of New York, was elected .resident of the General Agents ind ManagerAssociation of Miami. He is a member of the American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters. NMS DONNA SYROP Donna Syrop Off to South Donna Syrop was surprised with a Bon Voyage party at the Cabana Club Restaurant at the Ron cy Plaza. She left for Buenos Aires as an exchange student. 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Pcge 8-B *Jfewfe6 FkridHain Fridq YJuly 3. lae, 7"' ranees JC.k tnan We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK Yiddish words sometimes losttlvir charm when translated into English, but '"kochlclfel"—COOking spoon—which so aptly describes Sylvia Heinhard. according to her own definition, loses none oi its descriptive powers as it envisions Sylvia poking into everything interesting she can find and stirring up the women she is working with for the bet terment of the Jewish community. I-wish-oriented in the Young Israel oi her Orthodox parents in Brooklyn where she was horn. Sylvia lound an outlet for her energies in Young .India Broil-lit up OH the ideals of Torah. Sylvia has lived DJ it throughout her life. Graduating from high school at the age of 16, she went to New York University on a full scholarship. Majoring in biochemistry, with one one halt year to go for her degree. Sylvia left college to learn how to scramble eggs for her soldier husband She had known Harold since she was 12. Strangely enough, since they are both so synagogue minded, they met on Yom Kippur. Their first son. Sandy, born while Harld was in the Philippines, is now at Yeshiva University. Then there are Judy and Robert, all spaced four years apart, all steeped in the Jewish tradition that has \ made Sylvia the success she has 4E fj^^ been as president ol Zamora Jew _jj ^' ish Center Sisterhood and president of Beth David Sisterhood. Always active in the Florida Branch, National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America. Sylvia has Just been elected its president. As president, she will organize the sisterhoods of new synagogues and give training sessions among her other duties. Sylvia is filled with drive and energy. Beth she and her husband feel that all Jewish life stems from the synagogue and that it is the primary factor in Jewish cultural life in the community Besides, she is on her soap box to make United Synagogue women realie that they also must take part in community affairs outside of synagogue to round out the perfect Jewish woman. Why did you choose me to write about?" asked Sylvia. "I'm not a Joan of Arc. It's not a great thing I'm doing. I love Judaism, and because I love my religion I don't deserve to be patted on the back for doing what 1 am capable of. I cant use my hands. But there10 doubt about it— I have a busy mouth where it counts." Be that as it may. Sylvia lives the kind of life that -he feels is inherent in hei religion. Friday niuht is filled with meaning in the Heinhard family; and on Saturday, they all go to services together, it is possible to be a wellrounded Jew and a well-rounded person at the same time— rounded with poundage, giggled Sylvia She bowls in two bowling leagues, plays mah ynj. and iconstantly on the -'" Dynamic and with boundless energy. Sylvia confided that whatever she is. it is what she has learned from being wonderfui guy. Harold H •Iderly and chronically ill a Special diets observed e Nursine staff on duty 24 hours a day under supervision of registered nurse* e Recreation, occupational therapy • Beautiful scretntd-in-aitia NON StCTAHAH 7oso a. w. am sTftccr (Or tnt f#m *T't It MiAMr. FLORIOA Owner-Director %%tmtr *a)t, Oirrtter •It. 5 n.i Hlta. Cltr.UK* 4 Dirn-tr Jolir, M,.. f,r *•'< '.Klklirfh TO MISS IRENE DUNNE AND MISS HIUNA WEINTRAUB Two Brothers are Engaged at Same Time Two brothers have decided to become en Saged at the same time Dr. and .Mrs .1. L. Dunne of 21321 NK 24th 1 t No. Miami Beach, announce the engagement i> ftheir daughter. Irene Lois, to Stanley Kimmel. sen of Mr. and Mrs. George Kimmel. 8850 Haw i borne Ave.. Surf side. And Mr and Mrs. Man in Weintraub. of For est Hills. N.Y.. are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Irene Lois, to Stanley Kimmel, mel. another son ot the George Kimmels here Miss Dunne and Stanley Kimmel are plan ning a June. 19*5 wedding. Miss Dunne is a graduate of North Miami Miss Hessen Now Mrs. Blank The Saxony Hotel was the site of the wedding of Miss Bonita Gale Hessen and Arthur Blank at 8 p.m. -itos on Saturday. June 27. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Hessen, 4544 lost Ave. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Samuel Richman, of Hendersonville, Tenn. formerly Of Miami Beach. Maid ot honor was Helen Kramer Jerry Kichman served as best r.ian. and ushers were Arnold Hessen. Jay Messen, Robert I-scr and Jan Ma'zler. The bride graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School, The groom graduated from Miami Beach Hii;h and attended the University of Florida. Reception followed the ceremony at the Saxony. Following a Jamaica honeymoon, the couple will live in liendersoin die Tenn. Grays Reveal Alexa's Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Bucky H. Gray. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Alexa Yvette, to Michael Harold Lazarus. rligh School, attended the I nivor-it\ ol MiaaJ and does professional modeling. Her fiance is a graduate of Miami lliuh School and will graduate from the i sity of Miami School of Engineering next Juno Miss Weintraub is planning marriage six months earlier, in January. l!bo, with Stuart Kimmel. She attends the University of Miami, and will teach ell montar school when she gi iduatej in January. Her husband to be is a graduate of Miami Beach High School end the University oi Miami He will attend Temple IJniversit) School oi Dentistry in the fall. w-f ti. r-K.ilot /MRS. M'TMl'R BLANK MRS. MARTIN C'KNSTFfN Double Ring Rites For Miss Brenner MISS ALtXA CRAY son of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Lazarus, also of Miami Beach The bride-elect, a graduate ol Miami Beach Hiuh School, is now a junior at the University of Miami, where she majors in art. she is ;i member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority Her fiance is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and at tended the University of Florida. He will graduate in January with an AB degree in psychology from the University of Miami. He will crter the University of Miami Law School in February. A June. 1965 wadding is planned. Phyllis Harriet Brenner and Martin Irvin Greenstein were mar ried Saturdaj evening, June 20, in a double ring ceremony at Temple Zamoi a ith Rabbi Hershel I.rookull The bride ithe daughter "1 Mr. and Mrs Irving Brennei Viera, A-1 I oral Gables The m ithe 'i ol Mi and Mm .!' I,I. in 4H.M SW Till SI. For h< i weddin :. the bride wore floor-length white lace gown • ler -11K illusion \eil ii II from .i i i ,n oi lace and pearls she i. tried i Bible with ;i white orchid and ills Miss Esther Brennei sister of the bride, was maid ot honor Barn Greenstein, brother of the iioom, was best man The bride was graduated irom Coral Gables Senior High School and attended tinUniversity of Florida, where she belonged t<> Alpha Epsilon Phi Sororitj she now attends the Universitj ol Miami, The groom was graduated from .Miami Senior High School and received ins BS degree in electrical engineering from the I : oi Miami \n.r a honeymoon I -t. the couple will liv I es c.Jii Mizrachi Uni's To Meet Here In Mid-July 'Iimplement the brid rael locally, a meetin dents and leadei %  i" rs of Mizrachi Won Miami area is b< -"i "iid weel The historic custom in u herein each J< Cd, will IKthe Mlbjecl a sion in connection with World Zionist Congress alem this winter. 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ttday. July 3. 1964 *Jenisli ftcriafi&r? Page 7-B ixrmingly yours, h ^•IRLS going away to college an busy buying clothes. j mostlj winter wools, but with many different ideas in mind Some campuses are noted for their : -rmality. Others have few Lrestra ning regulations. .Mi.-Davida tfirman, daughker o: the Edward Mirmans, has Ljust | raduated trom Southwest ligh and is enrolling at New%  omb College "t Tulane UniverMI\ r New Or! % %  .ins. Davida has been ; dvised that dress there is fairlj casual; while dress In the Bitj formal to the point of Mock igs gloves and hats. Skirts, blouses, and sweaters %  i ll comprise most of Davlda'a cam| wardrobe. Her color ichemi will blend from brown. and orange iher predominant %  color Three-piece wool ensemjble. re her favorite for off |camp wear For after-five, she i.ii :ig a basic black and an urnjn Beauty red silk crepe. > %  • < <. lM' SS Brvcr! -' A "^"ler. daugh m :-r of the -lack Altshulei-. A ill e attending the University it South Florida at Tampa. The Mian High graduate said this iill be the first time that she las • .lit a wool wardrobe. Skirts anil sweaters will be ier standard dress for classes, ith lew shifts for comfort. live j has matching headbands %  or i most ail her outfits. Her lecetries are in basic brown. tint n >*t of her colors are bright -pit -. yellows, and blues \l with her wcol ensemiles, he is al-i> packing two Rwm %  .as. Fur after-five, she's ikn.: u basic black, a basic rhite and a hort black chif|on. One full-length formal is so I ing alon: •HE Universitj ol Georgia at Athens i%  destination of 0A1 Jiej ighter of Mr and Mrs Harold Meyers. She's already bought six knit orlon suits in bright colors and several wool skirts and sweaters. Most of her clothes work around brown, black and red. She has a brown suede coat trimmed in dark brown leather cut in the Aline silhouette. For rain wear, she has a "'London Fog" fleecelined coat and is considering a shirred beaver coat, as well. For evening, she has an emerald green silk brocade with a matching coat. The theatre coat serves double duty over her white brocade formal. No slacks are allowed on campus, but .loAnn is taking a few pairs to wear in the dormitory. Georgians dress in the city, so hose. gloves, and hats are part of her basic wardrobe JoAnn favors hats with brims. A different picture of clothes ** college life is painted by Miss Vicki Lebar. daughter of Mrs. Bernard Lebar. A second year student at the University of Chicago. Vicki feels that informality is the keynote on campus. Slacks and snorts are worn to clas-es. with tights in the winter-time. Vicki likes to top her slacks and shorts with boy's shirts, but for going into the city, she wears times gloves. The accent is on culture. orchestras. theatre, concerts and discussion groups, but dress remains still casual. Urge Catholic* to be Cautious WASHINGTON — (WNS) — Ro man Catholics in the country were counselled this week to be very cautious about supporting Constitutional amendments designed to thwart the Supreme Court decision barring prayer* and Bible reading in the public schools All. n Bi MS. STIMRT SPECTOR Noon Rites For Spector, Kent Martha Paula Kent became the bride of Stuart Harvey Spector at a high noon wedding at the Dupont Plaza Hotel in a double ring ceremony on Sunday. June 28. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Alice Marks Kent. 1814 Opechee Dr.. Coconut Grove, and Mr. Philip Kent, 2940 SW 25th Ter.. Miami. Mrs Spector attended the University of Florida lor two years, %  -he will complete her studies in the field of speech therapy at the University of Miami. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Louis Spector. 6919 Sunrise Ter.. Coral Gables. He has just completed four years at Georgia Tech. and will graduate in March as a civil engineer. He will take his Master's degree at the University of Miami. He was ;• member of Phi Epsilon l'i. social fraternity Attending the bride were Mrs. .lohnAlterman. Miss Mary Kratze. Mrs. Michael Mills and Miss Bar bars Senkarik. Groomsmen were "lark Spector. David Kent. Mich acl Mills. John Alterman. Robert Hater. Donald Vinton .lr and Robert Breckner. Atter the celemony, the couple I.'it lor Las Vegas and California Chappie, Bell Exchange Vows In Lauderdale Elaine C Bell and William L. Chappie will live in Miami following their honeymoon trip to Jamaica. The couple exchanged wedding vows before Rabbi Richard M. Leviton at the Pan Air Recreational Club in 7:30 p.m. rites on Sunday. June 28. Matron of honor was Mrs. Iris B. Manning. Edward Glickman served as best man. and Anthony F. Manning was usner. For her marriage, the bride chose a wedding gown of white silk organza over blue taffeta strewn with white organdy flower.-. She carried a white orchid bouquet. Newly wed Mrs. Chappie is a graduate of Coral Gables Senior High School and attended the l niversity of Miami. The groom went to Sidney High school, attended the University !>1 Miami and served four years with the U.S. Navy. He is employ ed at Pan American. Reception followed the ceremony ;.t the Pan Air Recreational Club, Kvervboilv gets what they want in a weekend a I > 3 DAYS AND 2 NIGHTS SI 7*0 Per r.rton, N.w II 1 hi A %  .. INCLUDES TWO SUMPTUOUS DINNERS AND BREAKFASTS M *f 2S0 INK REE %  Btod*-. Vbestfl fruliv Ni^hr %  Dancing Saturday Night %  IR-holegolt %  Putting S r t ?n | Tennis coutu %  Olympic size pool %  (abanai %  Gym and solatium %  C bust Lounge. %  Large beach %  Garden estate on the ocean COLLINS AT Bra* STREET. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, PHONE 531-6011 Lipp Joins Firm Jules Lipp. former lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, has joined the tirm i.: Abbott, Finkcl and Associates, representing Security Mutual Lite insurance Company of New York. 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7 age 8-B knitti fhrtcUann Fri day, J uly 3, 1964 Dade Federal Opening Branch In North Miami Joseph M Lipton, president, Dade Federal Sa\ni;< and Loan Vssociation, announced thi~ week the Fridaj %  Julj :; grand opening date "i the association's ne block-long North Miami office at \\v 7th Ave and 12lh St There will ho a full day of celebration starting at s am. when North Miami Mayor Kit on Gissefldanner will officiate at the ribbon-cutting ceremonies There will be plenty of fun for the youngsters, with free kiddie 11„,. cii inuii "in oe nciu ov me cue ,-, Service Cross. Sil • 25 piece orchestra conducted bv •urple Heart with £'Ub .-""'.Allied Arts of North vintnrv \t,. fl ,i ,. %  „h Miami, with artists actually at MIM B,UM Daj work sketching landscape traits ind still life. porNazi Murderer Shifts Blame Distinguished Service Cross. Silver Star. P c luster and Victory Medal with five stars He served in the Coast Guard during World War II Mrs. Kauffman was a volunteer nurse during World War I and during WoJldWwn ^(nTole H n8Che forme '' ,egal air II. Franklin Williams, dean of the Universitj College, 1 niversity of Miami Also to appear are Miami Beach PRANKPl RT -fWNS) otto ttayor Melvin Richard, Judce Henry Kauffman, Of 3191 SheriMrs Morris (Dorothy) Eisenberg. I > n Ave., as commander are Farl chaplain: Mrs. Paul (Irene) An%  umpton. senior vice commander; with Hermann Krumey on charges dent of Miami Beach Lodge of ol exterminating virtually all of B'nai B'rith, and .Joseph L. GoodHungarian Jewry, told the court man. chairman of the evening Among guests of honor at the that the executed Nazi butcher Benediction will be bv Rev. istallation ceremony was Metro was alone responsible for the Wiley Scott, of Miami Beach Com( buck Hall crimes against Jews. munitv Church ax Thurston, first junior vice i mmander; Walter Rex. second nior vice commanderPhil J lllagher, chaplain; Jack Reiser. geiillis. adjutant; Mrs. Irv (Kate) Goldman: conductress; Mrs. Alan (Verai Hole; trustee: and Mrs. Max (Pauline) Thurson. committee woman. Mr Kauffman is a retired portiait photographer listed in "Who's Who in American Portmit Photography."' and has been exhibited in London. Paris, Chicago's World's Fair and the Tokyo Art Salon. Kauffman founded and The Hofbrau Haas, on U.S. served as first president and P lute l. Hallandale. just south of chairman of the Board of Critics e Gullstream race track, is open of the Guild of Professional Photocry day from 4 to 10 p.m.. and graphers of Philadelphia ndays from noon to 10 p.m. The first to organize i Jewish )ne of the largest and finest War Veterans Post in Pennsyltchens in Florida is maintained l**oia, a post is named in his honthidining establishment, now 01 today He is the holder of a lebrating its 16th anniversary ar 1 Hofbrau Haus Features Finest Gourmet Dishes IN GREATER MIAMI ONLY ON Best known for its German f.nd American specialties and eafood dishes, the Hofbrau Haus •'Ise serves a complete restauant menu An attractive ban: uet room for private parties is %  vailable, and Fritz Dorigo is in i narge of reservations. lorigo has been in the restaunt business in the Greater uimi area -since 1336. previously irking in major dining establish ents as a chef in Switzerland, ance and New York "lourmet dishes feature Wiener • hnitsel a la holstein. sanertaen. spring chicken suite a la ausseur, and a wide variety of a specialties prepared by eight 'Is. all trained in the European id it ion of fine foods Popular prices prevail at the ifbrau Haus, and there is ample •e parking.—••\T. Low Interest Loans Arthur H. Courshon. chairman Of the board of Jefferson National Lank of Miami Beach, announced that Jefferson National was for the first time in Dade County mak ing new ear installment loans at the new low rate of fVt percent. This is the first time in the history of automobile financing in Dade County that such a low rate has been offered to the consumer public."' Courshon emphasized WVCG AM 1070 kc FM 105.1 mc COMPLETE CONCERTS Boston Symphony Tuesdays 8:00 p.m. WVCG-FM 105.1 mc ^ %  fcr> s AUTHORIZED CHUB / J| ^H s; 4BV 11 %  TCNITH c *.^t A^ HEARING AIDS $S0 to $285 -^^ Srrvice H "llM \ Bar*ri> — Mo'dt STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road Tjft-Irtdl-Trljl-If mi PHONE JE 8-79'l ANSWERITE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE — Serving — JEFFERSON UNION HIGHLAND FRANKLIN MURRAY PiAZA NEWTON FR 3-5581 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Boston Pops WVCG AM Saturdays 2:00 p.m. 4



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1964 fJenisti fk-ridiaiKi Page 9 1 Build Stations; warded Cypen. president of Ionic for the Aged, week that Palm jration was awardto construct a comg station complex and Tions in the Pavilion PPbe Home. B. Fleeman, vice presiMtd Building Committee n, opened the sealed Thursday, June 25, in lunior Auxiliary Day Care •f the Home, with Palm i it* Corp., one of six conMfemitting bids, having Mid of $46,661. Leadership and members of mittee present at the bid oj HE*" David B Fleeman, Harry Altman, Stanley %  Louis Bresler, Judge Bn. Artie Kravitz. Irvm %  on de Hirst h Meyer. He. Sam Kesnick and Hd B Spaet. Hid Korach, of Miami, Hfchitects Constructi %  > %  .n tipn will .ia lding pr' The -ralntrvtation and I wo substa [ wfijl be a separate, modern %  vitliin the Pavilion secHKVthe needs 70 residents who reside in the lions The nursing station Ha complete self-dependent H>\< ry way and staffed by t personnel. FogntainvieviApartment Home Features The Best of Modern Conveniences /MARY IUEN SATIN Mary Satin Gets Wharton Degree Mary Ellen Satin has graduated from the Wharton School of finance, receiving her degree at the University of Pennsylvania iiini laude She was accepted ti> Harvard :.. M School nn a scholarship, but decided instead to accompany her sister, Marcia, a junior at the College for Women <>f the University of Pennsylvania, on a lour through Europe. On their return, they will spend some tune here with their mother. Mrs. Anne Satin. 4301 Royal Palm Ave., and youngesl sister, Wendy, a senior al Miami Beach High School, who was elected vice president of the Student Council. ip Book Goes on Sale The prime area adjoining the 163rd Street Shopping Center will soon be the site of a new condominium apartment-home community, the Fountainview, by Paul Uell and Norman Feinberg. build-! (rs of fine communities in South Florida for the past 15 years. This latest Bell-Feinberg venture is destined to become one of the fine addresses in North Miami Beach. Fountainview is designed to combine the best in total living with the ultra-convenience of location. The eight-acre setting features five handsome buildings' with a total of 220 spacious apartir.cnt-homes. Each building has a separate, air-conditioned lobby, inter-com system and carpeted interior corridors, usually found only in the n.ore expensive apartment resiliences. In fact, the private central corridors ;•! Fountainview are unique in moderate-priced apartments. .lust steps from this private, secluded garden setting is the bustling lG3rd Street Shopping Center, with over 70 stores to satisfy the resident's every need. The con venience of having everything at | hand is one major feature of FnunIsinview, where residents can walk in minutes to supermarkets, a bank, theatre, restaurant and department stores like Burdines. The 163rd Street Shopping Center, the largest shopping plaza in South Florida, adjoins Fountain\ iew. Fountainview is designed to be a complete world, self-contained lor gracious privacy, yet enabling residents to take advantage of all the benefits of the ideal location. Each apartment-home combines the best of apartment convenience and home space, including Carrier central air-conditioning and heatii.g, an elegant entrance foyer, private screened balcony, panorama picture windows, wall-tov all carpeting throughout, separate service entrance, mirrored vails in the bathrooms, tub and bhower enclosures, ami more. Each kitchen is complete with the latest General Electric appliances, large self-defrosting reI liberator-freezer, eye-level wall even and hooded range. Laundry and storage facilities are located I'll each floor. A separate recreation buildi en the grounds will be the setti toT congenial fun"and acTTv*iUi A full-time recreation director V I supervise a complete program activities. Residents will en (he use of 'he air-conditoined si ial hall and auditorii m. ca rooms, library, snack bar a uilly-equipped kitchen. Model apartments are n open.-ST Town Hall forum "Is Everyone a Lawbreakei will be discussed by the Peo; Speak Town Hall Forums on F day, 8 p.m.. in the auditorium Washington Federal. 1234 WaingtOfl Ave. Panelists will be I tective Sgt. Larry Cotzin. Miami Beach Police; Berna Baron, teacher and casework Miami Beach Social Service I partment; Leonard Coleman. bi nessman; and Chaim Rose m i rator. FOUNTAINVIEW CONDOMINIUM APARTMENT-HOMES edition of 'Postage of the I'nited States'' Hta 8*l0 'his week and will Hnilahlf by mail from Ihe G< Hnnicnt Printing Office Ke popular publication, which Hp>>' rving at Beth Israel Congregation in the capacity of music director and choir leader. His u ife. Stella, has been appointed voice instructor at the Los Angeles Music School, Cantor Marbiny. who officiated at the Ritz Plara Hotel here during Passover, will letum next spring. £ar tMitzvvk Donald Cohen Ner Tamid will be the le Bar Mitzvah of Donen on Saturday morning, [with Rabbi Eugene Labobiating. is the son of Mr and rrbcrt Cohen, 2020 NE No Miami a student in the Ner (eligious School and at 3rth Miami Junior High. ion in Donald's honor iw the Bar Mitzvah cereShachnl service and also read the Maflir from the Torah. Mark is in the graduating class ol the Temple Religious School and will enter eighth grade at John F Kennedy Junior High School in September. He was on Ihe Honor Roll of the school last • car. His hobby is fishing. He has a brother, Jeffrey. Kiddush reception wi!' be given in his honor by his parents after the service. Mark will chant the entire Mark Eisen pSisen, son of Mr and Mrs Eisen, 122S NE 196th St.. ami Beach, will become tzvah at Temple Adath |n on Saturday morning, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan Iciate. EX M. SUTTON iSvtton Optical Service 810 UNCOtN IANE PH. 534-0539 Keen just teen lincoln rd. t, 17th St. just west of meridian )YAL HUNGARIAN TCD CATERERS Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 Exclusive Weddings, Bar Hs and Social functions : < T)irtliaazc: Sheens Dee Reeendorf arrived at Jackson Memorial Hospital on May 27 at •; lbs. and 12 oz. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Hosendorf, 5900 SW 13th Ter.. and first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs David R. Ritas, of Coral tables, and Mrs. Celia Rosendorf. ol Brooklyn. N.Y. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Fannie Rifas. of Miami Beach. Dr. Rosendorf is a resident in radiology at Jackson Memorial. + • Steven Mark joined the family! ot Iris and Dan Franco on June. 27. 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Page 10-B •> Jtf H ist fkxridian Fridery. JulOffenhenden Plaque to Hang In Medical Center Chaim Wcizmann Branch of Karband will meet at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Audi torium on Normandy Isle next Tuesday, 8 p.m. Mrs. Dora Offenhenden will be presented with a plaque in memory of her husband, the l;:te Isaac offenhenden. one of the founders and first financial secretary ol ihe Chaim Weizmann Branch. The program Tuesday will also include a review of the controversial play, "The Deputy," by Samuel Berkenblit. The plaque to be presented Tuesday is a duplicate of the original, presentation of which was made recently at the home of Moe Levin, chairman of the branch. The late Isaac Offenhenden was ;. veteran Zionist and long active ir. the Israel Hi>tadrut Committee here. The original plaque will hang in a room of the Beersheba Medical Center in Israel. Hanging will take place July 24, the ifhy of the Center's dedication. Moshe Berman. executive director of the Greater Miami 1si'JC-1 Histadrut Committee, left last week for Israel to attend the dedication and to bring the Isaac Offenhenden plaque with him for the dedication ceremonies. Guests, at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin are seated on the floor (left to right) Samuel Ofienhenden. Harry Chaet, Leah Levin, Johan L. Berman. Seated second row (left to right) are Samuel Berkenblit, Moe Levin, Bella Fishman, Clara Offenhenden. Dora Offenhenden, Yonnah Berman, Fannie Sacks. Standing third row (left to right) are Jacob Fishman, Selma Berman, Helen Berkenblit, Anna Katz. Harry Sacks, Anna Chaet, Aaron Katz, Sonia Katz. Harry Sachs, Bea Sachs, Moshe Berman. Neal Sonnett Elected Vice Pres. Of Young Demos Neal Sonnett. 21-year-old graduate of the University •,( Miami, was unanimously elcted vice President of the Young Democratic Clubs of Florida .~t the annual state convention held at the Americana Hotel. Neal Sonnett is the youngest perron ever elected to the :late vice [.residency of the Young DemoMIAMI BEACH crats, an organization ol some 5 ooo members from throughout Florida. He previously served as president of the University of Miami Chapter, as a board member of the Dade County group, and last year headed the organization's .statewide Speakers Bureau. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sonnett, of 1360 Stillwater Dr., while at the University, he served as captain of the Varsity Debate Team, president of the Senior Class and the College of Arts and Sciences, and Attorney General of the student body. He attended the University on a four-year, full tuition debate scholarship, and was named fourth ranking college debater in the United States as a sophomore in college. Graduated on June 7, he wat cited by "Ibis," the I'M year hook, as one of the "Outstanding Graduating Seniors."" While at the Young Democratic convention, he was notified that he had been awarded an academic scholarship to the University ol NIAl SONNITT Miami Law School Sonnett will begin his studies there iSeptember. Tlii> summer, he will work ; %  • community relation: director lor the Miami District ol Encyclopedia Brittanica Dee Marden. of the Ocean Waves, and Margaret Stearns, of the Sun Dancers, are being instructed by Jack Woody, recreational director for the City of Miami Beach, in theii duties as hostesses at the square dance at Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium on Friday night, 8 to 11 p.m. The dance is sponsored by Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association, and is free to square dancers and spectators. This is one of the many events scheduled during the city's Fourth of July Festival. The luxurious new Doral Beach Hotel has added a new tropical beach to its oceanfront facilities. The Doral has decided :o restore the accent on "beach" in Miami Beach and purchased a 500-ft. oceanfront area directly to the north and adjoining the hotel's property. A true "tropical beach" is the result, complete with native "chickees" (thatched-roof huls which provide delightful shade) and lush tropical foliage, all opening onto a vast expanse of sparkling white beach. The nuts were built by members of the Osceola tr.be. In addition io Doral's new beach, the hotel, now in its second "summer season." offers American plan dining on the Starlight Roof which has become world-famed for its star-ipanaled ceiling' featuring over 10.000 miniature stars. Fine continental cuisine -s offered along with the music of Mai Malkin and his orchestra, who play nightly for dinner dancing. Bureau Library Closes for Summer Central Jewish Libra-' of the Bureau of Jewish Education is now cl > Joseph Cohen, president .1 the ilu rea u The Central Jewish Librarv is housed in the Bureau of Jewish Education Building, i3.~> \w 3rd Ave.. and includes over 9.(KM) Jewish volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish and English. The library will reopen Monday, Aug. 24 Mrs Anna Sintow is Bureau librarian. Manischewitz Will I Live in Israel By Special Report NEW YORK-William B. MamMShewitZ, a director ol the I! Main%  chewitz Company, was tendered a parly recently by the executives union representatives and rabbis ol the company, upon his leaving t(. settle in Israel, where he will represent the company. Manischewitz is secretary of Religious Zionists of America and was chairman of the Life Mem berahip Association of Religious Zionists of America. He has also been active with Yeshiva University and American Friends of Hebron Yeshiva. both New York, and Yavneh Acad my, ol Paterson, N.J., which bis children attended. He was one of the founders of the Orthodox synagogue of Teaneck. N.J., Con lion B'nai Yeshurun. Accompanying Manischewitz are ins wife Esther, a native Israeli i "" of Rabb, Mordecal Ostrovsk; ol Jerusalem, and their three daUj literI.e.,,;,. .,(,•;,. ;,„,! Aharon, New President Gelernter Named 'Man of the Year 1 At a recent Friday night torv ice, Herbert Gelernter, of 3406 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables, was ;. warded a plaque as Tern pie "idea s 'Man of the Year." Albert Jacobson, president ol the Men's dub. presented the plaque to Gelernter "for outstanding sen ice to Tempi,. Judea." Gelernter was recently elected I resident of Temple Judea for his Ihird term He and MrGelernter are longtime residents of Coral i*0les, and they are charter mem hen of Temple Judea Special Assrsfonct Pr*,jfc NEW YORK ,.\s L gram to provide ip,, \ •OCe to Negro .... B *** %  :ng for busin. i -.' b '" •rai announced h< hj v ,* racial Council • tunity rind a gr. |, ,„./" ^ork City bankLEGAL NOTICE N THE CIRC I ".DT c L PVFNTH Jl DC*! FLORIDA. IN MS r 0 r ;T l I I I IN THE CIRC. EL "O" )nc COUNTV. •:-*-. No I I MSI. \K M< %  %  • in I>n \ pn .\ • Plaintiff, w \ i: i: i: \ w K > %  \ i'. i. ndanc. NOTICE C r s !"• i Wan %  M '.' II. n i > i .i> i ill. IT iinknoa -i II itrad, iheir in t< • -. a--T %  -. ..r ... h !.v. ibrowth, in %  \. n.i II i, a..-. .i-. a N 11" h. i :il>,.\ apt t"M. .1 I II. a again*) ... %  • IIth Ju I'lnfl, .1. -. • Ii. .1 I ,l| '.I ... %  :• lllu %  %  'inlo %  ..I.I.-I in Pia %  ..i ihi I'n'i lit) K|. i -i II • %  %  ,r it., nfi %  .-• 1 MARTIN F!> Pi il< ral Biillil Hill 1 il. l 111 ill < %  i Pro < en I -i s %  •!• DATKfi a i: l: i "I. i K .a :' • Bj 'ill' i'. MM: I IN PIN Vltorn, j mi I' i nil i" %  •! i • I l: I : "lN THE COUN. .. DGE fOUAT IN AND FOr r*TE C NT> FLOR DA IN FCOB No < ;-c IN RK lM.,t. IKNKINS %  \ CITATION •i 11 tn.nv %  •• • • • !'. I ,i i; %  piftn \ %  Ni v. %  • \ %  \ it. II a %  ;ii -.i %  \ i I %  11 %  r. el c • Vt-w Mr'i M • 11 I I %  i %  M %  IT, | ... %  •I H.-lmnn i n i hi-1 • .i %  ,. | '"' I I •' %  %  "IIl I n :.M I, da) • '.la IR • :. VI. I'll H) • \ ,k Welcome to^rjn rlonors Specif family Occasions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with • basket of gifts...; and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaden of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birtf. ol a new baby.' or moves to a new borne. When tht •ccct.cn crises, phone HI 8-4994



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t, July 3. 1964 vJenisii Fkridfiann Cy bituarie* GERMAN. Rebecca, 75, of MO esi Ave., died June -'7. Rlvorsld) JER. William Harry, :.:•. "i IMti H i %  • ill. .1 .imi.%  .'•:. Riverside. • RINSKY, Max, 7". ..f 133 Srd Bt., Juna 26. Rlversld) JLNiCK. Bessie, 67, of 936 Penngtvanie Ave., died June 87. RivtrO'FF. Nathan, 74, of W4 Chasi ... Services MI Chicago, Newman. SS, Dr. Herbert F. 38, • ,r 7"." rmona Ave., died Jun< -•'>. Bcrvin New York. Riverside. IUFMAN, Gerson Gerald, 63, "i (iiji Ba) Dr., • %  i• • 1 June 23. Services i Ne.u York City. Rlveralde. OOSKY. bol S.. 66, of 177. Collins v. Services in .W\v York City. I\ erglde. NSBCHli, Samuel. 73, cif 6765 BW i-i si. Riverside. AFF. samu.-l F. 7, of MM NE Dth Ter., I'ompano Beach, died i J ii.S3. Gordon. COBS. Helen, i". of MSO 8W -'.th i died June 25. Rlveralde. UMMER, Wayne (Pappy), 78, of ss N\V ;!.'iili St.. died June ... Rlyrslde. IMUELS. Ruth, •'.*, of 1389 NW 2th died June 23. Gordon. LLMAN, Mary. TT. of 1238 Penn. U.wiia Av.'.. ilit'd June L'.".. Blaarg. RRIS. [da •:.. '••:•. of 1801 HfrfMnr \.-. Services in Bangor, Me. Riv%  sid. H. .Mr-. Mary, Tv. ..f S9I NE 156th 'er.. dud June 21. Riverside. LGOFF. Jacob, 63, of no NE 171st r. Riverside, HEN, Samuel, 11, of 1330 NE Bayre Dr., < 11-.l June S3. Qordon. ERN, laabelle, 78, of M45 l„>k. nncoast Dr., died June '-"-'. Gordon, LDSTEIN. Beiilamtn, %  %  '. of 116 \.-. Services in lltlladelphla. Newlan. LAS. Joseph, v-,. of '".'..i'. Bay Dr., led June 17 S. i \ Ii es In Atlantic llty, N..I. Klversldi LDBERG. I Ii, 11 > I i", of 1340 N W "3th Ter. died June 17 Riverside, VER, Mi -. ICachi I, '.'l. ..I r.i., W, T-ii Ht Hi.I. ah. Rive -ni. INDENBERG. Albert, <• %  '. of 7:':'7 isi Hr., died June IK. Rlv< rsld< UNDERS. Kdllh, 66, of 6132 Hardii. \v,. died linn16 Riverside, N GILDER. Samuel, 6S, ,.i MSI BW tli r, %  ll .11., II. I.ii.-. died June 16 i. v : Midi ACH. Reglna, 73, of 142 W wh Sen MI \. u Vork < 'it\ i:,\ -hie SH. Rose, %  I, ,.f ;:: %  .. Tatum Waivnj li .1 • ,1 June 1'. Rivi rslde GAL. Mrs l sale, 7-. of i" NE i i St., died .Inn. 16, Itiversidi VOCK. \ -i. ;, .. -i |7K2 M: -•'..T Si Rivi side. RAUSS. Kmll, 36, of 7" NE l'.ith I Rixtrnlde. RENKES. \\Jerry, %  of .'in W : T. :.. died .1 llli I I Rivi l Ule. kGNER. Robert O., 63, of 60 \'W 5'li Av. ilii l June H Rivi raid) 1NES, l Jerome, 52, ol K30I BW Ith Tei. Sei Ici in .\. w York, nrdon. [MAN, Morris, 61, ,,i 901 lilt St. Services in Qlncinnatl, Cordon INESS. \l. i. ili. mi. M4-, %  dine We. Itiversidi ER, Samuel I: 69, ..f 17'''. NE Iih l;.l Newman. JRITT. Ii.i, id, 57, ,,f i So. Shore died l IIH 13. Riverside. UN, Israi I. 7. ,.r 71.-, Michigan died June u. Riverside. LEGAL NOT'lci~ ^.•€G A4^efji"*4Cff • % %  A IMI and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3385 THE WILLIAMSBCRGH SAVINGS BANK I'lailltiff. \ B, EARL BAKER MIXON, el al, I lefendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Mabeth Mnton a k a Llabeth Mlxon, Residence L'nknown, ii ri married, her unknown apouie, If living and If d.-ul. Hi, unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, asslgneea. srantees, llenors, creditors, trustees or other cl linianis, i-lainiinu by, through, under or gglnat the above iiam'il defendant who mav be decaaa a •d. You are hereby notified that ihabove raptloned action has bei-n instltuted against you in the Circuit Court of tinmil Judicial fHrculi of h'loi Ida in and for I >ail.County to foreclose a mortgage upon the f"ilowinc describe)! real property: l^.t N Block 57 Kllt.-r ADDITION T"i CAROL CITY, according to th.. Plat thereof, recoi led In Plat Hook 6n at Hat.-., is ,.f iii. Public Records "f Bade County, Florida. Vou ar,. required to file your answer to pluiniif: comulainl with the Clerk of thi aforesaid Court, and st-rv.ii copy ill, re..I upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN PINE, nth Floor, Dude Ksaeral Building, .Miami 88, | Hiorida not later than Auguai 10, 1964, or a Deere) Pro Confeaao will be ent.' %  >i agalnat you. DATED: June 25, 1964. K. B, L.EATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court j (seal) Itv: c. p. COPEIAND Deputy Clerk M VRTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff Mill rToor I'a. I,1-,-il.ral Bldg. Miami :i:', Florida 7 J-l LEGAL NOT4** NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts ot 1941 File AA 21540 NoTHK IS HEREBY GIVEN that \ Martin holder of Pity of Miami Tax Sale Certificate No. 1521 issued (he lat day of June, A.I'. UJ62, lias filed same in my office, and lias mad. application for a tax deed to iIssued thereon, Said Certificate embraces the following described property in ili,County of iiad.-. State of Florida, to-wll: Lot t Block E Miami South, Plat Book B, Page n in the City of Miami. County of i lade, State i : Florida The as.s. ssm. i.t of said property under the said certificate was in the name of: Cnknown. Unless said cortlficate shall be redeemed according to lavs, the property described herelu n-ill be sold to ihhlghesl bidder al the Court House door on the first Monday in the month of August, l!''4. ,.iii. h is th,3rd da) of Vugust, IW4. Dated ibis S"ih day of June, r.M.i. K. l: I.KATHKIt.M \N. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: i: r. GIM'STKAMI Deputy Clerk 7 3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE 7-24 •' THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57394B C: Estate of |)SA STEfNMETZ, eased. ;E OF INTENTION TO MAKE ICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION ND FINAL DISCHARGE fiii: -hereby given that 1 have |^^Bl-'inal K,|,,.rl and IVlllloli lol -uii'.ii and l-'inal l >is. barge as |ri\ of the estate of ROSA sfETZ, deceased: and ilia! on lb da> of July, 1964, will apply lion..mid.County Judges of %  ade i int), Florida, for approval f agfJj Final Report and for dlstrl^i id final ,li~. hartas Kxerui• late ol the above-named This 13th day of June, 1964. 1(1 III SPETER Execul is |> \ GREENE J-I0 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63453-B IN RE Estate of ISRAEL DAVIDS) >N I.. eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All "i • ditoro and AM IN r<>nn 1 1 .ing 'laiuis or I %  %  alnsl >ai.l Instate Vou re hereb' • Mfled i il required lo in • -• nt an> claims and di mands hlch > mi m i 'i i ih.. state of ISB VEL DWIHSON it. %  • •.t late of Waym County, MichIran, lo the County .1 idg) • larti aty, and file th) same in duplfi and as provided --i Section 733.16, Florida SI ituti %  In their offli i the County Courth)ins) In Dade ,.inis. Florida, within six calen)lae months from the time --i the first publication %  f, or th sa no w .11 i.,harred. I >ai. .1 .ii Miami, Fli rlda. this 16th da) of Juni v 11 1964 .n ISBPH DAVIDSt IN As Ancillary Bx> cutor First publication ..f this notice on lh. I'.lh dav ,.f June l Kt>VNER A MANNHEIMEB Attorneys for Anclllar) Executor 300 Dupnnl Plasa • "enter Miami, Florida •: 19-26, T.:t-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that in,undersigned, desiring to engage In luisincHs under the fictitious name of TOWN MOTEL a) 1446 North Krome Avenue, Kb rlitu City, Florida Intends to r-gister said ran:, with the Clerk of the I'lrcuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SCSANNA A MCDONALD MARVIN BCHILD Attorney for Susanna,.A. McDonald ••./19-^'. 7 3-1" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4326 CARTBRET SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSi.riATIoN. Plaintiff, \s. FIN LEY JONES, Trustee in Bankruptcy, I H-feiidant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Houston Bogle and Robbie Bogle, ins wife, and Henry Cordon ami Frances Gordon, his wife, Residence Unknown, if living and If ad. the unknown spouses, loirs, devisees, assignees, grani es, llenors, creditors, trustee* or other claimants claiming by, through, under or against rii, above named defendants who may be deci a>, d. You ar,hereby notified that the above captloned action has been In%  tltuted against you In lite Circuit i'..1111 of the llth Judicial Circuit of la in and for Dade fount) to forei Ii s, i ,II., [gage upon the : %  '!lowing di -ini.d i, al prmierty: I...I 27 Block III Cl iRRECTED PLAT 1 >K BLOCK 13, CAROL CITY, %  rdlng to the flat then of, r., ordt d in I'lat IIIU.K .-1 at Page .N of the Puh R Iof Bad) i 'ount\ lion,la Vou are required '•> fll, yom nnswer to plaintlfl con plaint iih th.flerk oi' th. 'esaid Court, and aervi a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attonie) MARTIN PINE, llth Floor, Bade Federal I lu tiding, Miami 38, Florida not latei than August 10, 1964, or a Decree l*ro Oonfessu \\:ll lie -ni. i • d agalnat > ou. 11ATEI: June 23, 1964 E. B I.I VTHERM VN i "l.-rk of lh.• 'Ircuit > '..in I (seal) B) : f. I". i") tPELANI Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorn, v lor Plaintiff llth Fl Hade Foderal Bldg. .Miami 12, Florida 7 3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6728 JAMES MORELAND, Plaintiff vs. I.HI.A MAE P. MORELAND, 1 lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: I.KI.A MAE P. MURELAND Residence I'nkown You. I.KLA MAE P. MORELAND, are hierebF notified that a Bill of complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnat you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of t'otiipln int on the plaintiffs Attorney, itu-haid Morton, 7sjr, N.K. Second Avenue. Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit I'nuri on or before the L'L'nd day of July, I94. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default Will be taken agalnat you f.>r the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. This notloe shall 1M* published once each week for four consecutive weeks in Tin: .n:\visn PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, tills 16th day of June, Al' 19U4. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: MARQl'ERITE MORFOKD Deput) Clerk RICHARD Mi IRTON 7825 N.H. S.-eond Avenue Miami. Ha. — PL 7-atll Attorney for l'laintiff 6 1 :'-•-'•'.. 7 3-10 TT 1 CEGAL NOTICE Page 7= H-3 NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 64C 6737 Bt INNIE LEE Til" iR, I'lailltiff. vs. EDWARD DENYS TL'DOR, I lefendanl SUIT FOR D.VORCE Tl I: EDWARI %  DENYS Tl'DOR RESIDENCE I'NKNoWN You a hi i. ij notified lh it a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are re| qull .-d to serve a • op) of s our An .i ot I 'leading t.. the Bill of i' %  Plaint on th. Plaintiffs Attorney, I'AII, KW1TNEY, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In thi offli of the fiei k of the t In ull Court on or bfore the 22nd da) ol .Mil), 1964 If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will in taken against you for the relief demanded in the I -ill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once • .,. i week fo roui consecutlvi Weeks in THE JEWISH II." 'HUMAN IXINK AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 16th da) of June, \ I' 1964. i: II l.i: VTHERSLVN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida .-. %  an B) L. BNEEDEN IVputy c|,rk I'AII. KWITNEY 480 Lincoln Road Miami Beai h, Fia. 33139 i Attorney for Plaintiff 6 19-26, 7 :;-in l IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63541 B IN RE: I "state of STANIA (iOl'LD, formerly known iST ASIA ORZECHOWSKI I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having i'laiins or Demanda Agalnat Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present an) claims and d< mands which you ma) havp against the • state of B I'ASI \ noft.li merl) known as STAKIA ORZEi lh iWSKI deceasi d late of i >ad. County, Florida, t.the Count) .i of Baile County, and file lh< same In their offices In the C>iunt) t'ourlhouse in 1 lade Count). Plot da, within six • iii months from I hi date of the ;. or tinname will be bnn • i HERBERT s SHAPIRl I Rxei ut.-iBII VPIRl i. FRIED & \\ ,:\L i ne) t"7 i. MM iln Road Ml in : Beach, Flo Ida • %  • • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU IT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6727 MAJtOOT ACUICCHIO, I'lailltiff, vs. DOMINICK AFRICCHIO. Defendant. NOT.CE TO DEFEND TO; DOMINION AfRICCHlO 11 ('niIngton stre.t Huntlngton Station, New York Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIKIEJJ that a Hill ,,f Complaint has been filed agalnat you and >ou s, i \.a cop) of > our d) t. nsive pleadings plaintiffs attorney Wnl.F, 'II Beybold are required i" man er or otht r thereto upon RAYMOND J. Building, .Miami U, Florida, and file the original thereof III the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd da) "f Jtily, 1964, or a decrei i nfeaso u III be entered against vou DATED, this 16th da) of June, : 164 i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Irculi Com t. l Mde Count). Floi Ida (aeul) 0 C. P. COPELAND Deput) Clerk 1/19-26, 7 S-10 •Ignined, beautiful and %  verently cared for %  irroundi..gs for our %  parted loved ones aro %  source of very real IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63538-B IN RE: Estate of nil..,,., ..i,...i-: l: WEBSTER 1 leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All cr, ditors and \n I'ernoi Having claims or Deinandg Against >.. d I lalate; Vou are hereby notified and quired to present any claims ami demanda which you may have ags the slat.ol Hiidegarde I-:. V %  di .i-.-.i late of Dad) County, Florida, to the County Judges ol Dade County, and file the samt in duplicate and aprovided in Section 73S.16, Florida .Statutes, in their "'i pen n the CounI ty Courthouse In 1 .ol. County, I Ida, Minn al %  call n '. % %  • %  months thi lime of the first hen &f "f ,i me v Mi i„ baned. 1'.,:. d al Miami Fl irida I da) of June, A 11 BENNi U TER \ Vdn ,: < icum Ti stn %  Inm so I thi of Jut -• U. A. in, ri. i Avi i 6, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN thai %  i. .I. -n Ina i" • II i^.it; % %  n • I itsler he flcl Itli na %  ol A PEN MAONA\ UN SH O W I VSE, APEX MAtlNAVOX, MAGNAVO.X SHOWCASE at 5656 Ulscayne Blvd., Miami, Fia., intend ;•, register -,,M I sa with th) Clerk ol thi Cli lit I 'ade -" |v Floi Ida, FRANK RI'DICH SfZANNE Rf DICH MELVIN Rf DICH ii \i:\ i:i R| id. II •i IJ-19-26, 7-:l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU, T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6713 VLTHRRE LEE SMI ill. Plaintiff, \ s MORU \.\ HENRY SMITH, I >. T. lulallt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MORGAN HENRY SMITH ll. aldi ii, i I nknou n YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint for Dlvo • I ta been filed l rid YOU ARE HEREBY lit ..ii |RE1 • to serve -i i opj of s our r to thi Complaint on thi PlainAttol n. i -. ESSEN .V KSSEN, r -i,,. tlnali i la, and file 11 in th. Ofl ', Ihe Clr%  tit of wh %  %  ii l>la Inl will l>i • i. DAI i: 11. LEATHERM VN I I',, i' I' COPELAND It) "Ii rk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6570 MILTON LEWIS and MINNIE LEWIS, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. STEVEN MAI'lli: and EMERENCIA M \TI1K, his wife, and JOSEPH KOVATS, I lefendanl a NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: JOSEPH Ki 'VATS Residence l'nknown I YOf ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that I a suit lo Foreclos) Mortgage against I real and personal propert) has been filed agalnsl you in the abovi C)>urt by the above named plaintiffs. I'll, i mop. rt\ sought to l>. Foreclosed la as follows: Lot ': Block ... of SHENANDOAH, according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Hook 8, page I I the public records of Dade County, Florida, -aid property also belna known a1500 S.W. 9th Street, Miami. Florida. YOf ARE REQI'IRED to serve a copy of your Answer or other l leading "ii Plaintiff's Attorney, MARVIN I WIENER, Esq.. 813 Alnsley Building, Miami. Florida, and f'!. the original iii the ofl Ici of ihe Clerk o l hi above Court on, or before the 2Sr nu tor the rellel iiuesii .1 ii. r Int. IIATE1 • tlii.11TIt ii i) of .lun. at M an i. Dade County, Florida, i: l: LE VTHERM VN i ". i -. "ircut 'onri si iii It) : MARUI ERITE MORFi HID %  \l VRVIN I WIENER e) a Pli 113 Am.-1. > Bld| Miami, fia. .11-26 7-3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (IIVEN tl ih, undersigned, desiring to engage i. ,.n. HN iiii,l. r the l -' Itlous name SAL'S TAVERN at 810 N w. 1 Avenue, Miami. Florida intends register said name with the Clerk the Circuit Court of Dade Coun Floi I SER.VF1NU SALLAVOLL1TO Sol,, i i\\ ni r STBPHEN KESSLER Attoi ne) for Applicant .' 19-26 J ial In of rtn to of ty, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \' iTICE is' HEREBY tllVEN that the nii'l. -inn, d, deslrln t" i hualm I name i :K I'l.Ai KMENT MPANY at ; Mtrc) t. Miami, I • ii .a Hi. ol Dad) RSON I DECTSCH MARK \is \\ ESq iersoi tsch IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63250-B IN RE: Estate of riBt IROE BINQER, I ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona W-> IUK claims or Demands Against Bs Estate: Vou are hereby notified and r unlred to present any claims and fl mands which vou may have again the estate of UEOROE BINGER, dceas.d late of Dade County. Floral to the County JiKlKeg of Dad) Cogi ty, and file th. same in duplicate ai as provided in Section 798.16, FlorJi Statutes, iii their offices in the c.ui ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flo ida. within six calendar months fro the time of the first publication he] of, or the some will be hatred Dated at Miami. Florida, this 11 dav of June AH. 14. MARIE SINGER As Executrix First publication of this notice the 19th dav of June, 1M4. KURT WBLUSCH Attorney for Estate of OEOROE BINGER, Deceased. 167 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables, Fia. •; 19-26, 7 1IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6O970-A IN RE: Estate of SAM n.i:ss I •• aaed. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK5 APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIO AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given thai I Im %  filed my Final Report and Petition t Distribution ami Final Dlscharg) Executor of the estati <>f Sam Fie* deceased: and that on the 15th day July. 1964, will apply to the Honi able '"oiinty Judgea of Dadi Count Florida, for approval of said Fin Report and for distribution and fll dlschat RI as Exi cutor of UM • the above-named decedent. This l>f June, 1864. HARRY SSl'KBRNICK l Executor HARRY Zl'KERNICK Vttoi m > 12 I i in Road M ami l:. ai h, Florida .. 19-26, 7 ;: IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63555-B IN RE: Estati of .111.I \.\ M. KRATZE, also as i M KRATZE 1 '. a-. ,1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All cr, ditors and All Persona Ha Ing claimin Demanda Against .-'. Eatati You ar,her) b) notlfli d and i I quired to present an) claims and d mands which you may havi again ; the estate of .ill.IAN M KRATZ deceasi d late of I lade County, FT Ida, to the County .indues of Hie County, and file the same in dupllca nd as pr..\ hied in Section 733 Florida Statutes, In their offices the fount) Courthouse in Dade Cow ty. Florida, within Six calendar inontl from the time of rile first publlcatl' hereof, or th. same will i,e barred. Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 17 da) of June. VI' 19(4. M VRION W. KRATZE As Executrix First publication of this notici th. 19th dav of Julie. 1*64. LEON KAPLAN ,f M) rs, II. Milan KKaplan Attorn,> for i:\..-uui\ 1150 S.W. First Str.et Miami. Florida 1. 19-26. 7 :tIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63510 C IN RE Estate of ESTELLE l'.".-I.YN HAAS I'e, a-, d. NOTICE TO CRtUITORS To AH Creditors and All Persona Ha Ina Claims or Demands Agalnat Sa Estate: Vou are" hereby notified and r,pip,, i t., present an) claims and d, mands ulneh \,

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Fridcry. July 3,
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Offenhenden
Plaque to Hang
In Medical Center
Chaim Weizmann Branch of
Karband will meet at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Audi-
torium on Normandy Isle next
Tuesday, 8 p.m.
Mrs. Dora Offenhenden will be
presented with a plaque in mem-
ory of her husband, the late Isaac
Offenhenden. one of the founders
and first financial secretary of the
Chaim Weizmann Branch.
The program Tuesday will also
include a review of the contro-
versial play, "The Deputy," by
Samuel Berkenblit.
The plaque to be presented
Tuesday is a duplicate of the ori-
ginal, presentation of which was
made recently at the home of Moe
Levin, chairman of the branch.
The late Isaac Offenhenden was
u veteran Zionist and long active
in the Israel Histadrut Committee
here.
The original plaque will hang
in a room of the Beersheba Med-
ical Center in Israel. Hanging
will take place July 24, the i?ay
of the Center's dedication.
Moshe Bcrman. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Is-
r;el Histadrut Committee, left last
week for Israel to attend the ded-
ication and to bring the Isaac
Offenhenden plaque with him for
the dedication ceremonies.
Special Assistance Pr,j^
NEW YORK- li&.NS .,(
gran to provide iipei
.nice to Negro bus -. ,.
Guests at the home oi Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin
are seated on the floor (left to right) Samuel
Offenhenden, Harry Chaet, Leah Levin, Johan
L. Berman. Seated second row (left to right)
are Samuel Berkenblit, Moe Levin, Bella Fish-
man, Clara Offenhenden, Dora Offenhenden.
Yonnah Berman. Fannie Sacks. Standing
third row (left to right) are Jacob Fishman. Sel-
ma Berman, Helen Berkenblit, Anna Katz.
Harry Sacks. Anna Chaet, Aaron Katz, Sonia
Katz. Harry Sachs, Bea Sachs, Moshe Berman.
Neal Sonnett Elected Vice Pres. Of Young Demos
Neal Sonnett, 21-year-old grad-
uate of the University of Miami.
was unanimously elected vice
president of the Young Demo-
iratic Clubs of Florida <"t the an-
nual state convention held at the
Americana Hotel.
Neal Sonnett is the youngest per-
ron ever elected to the state vice
presidency of the Youn;' Demo-
(>\its. an organization of some
5 000 members from throughout
Florida. He previously served as
president of the University of
Miami Chapter, as S board mem-
ber of the Dade County group,
and la-t year headed the organi-
zation's state* ide Speakers Bu-
reau.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Sonnett, of 1360 Stillwater Dr.,
while at the University, he serv-
ed as captain of the Varsity De-
bate Team, president of the
Senior Class and the College of
Arts and Sciences, and Attorn-
ey General of the student body.
Me attended the University on
a four-year, full tuition debate
scholarship, and was named fourth
ranking college debater in the
United States as a sophomore in
college. Graduated on June 7. he
was cited by "Ibis." the I'M year
book, as one of the "Outstanding
Graduating Seniors."
While at the Young Democratic
convention, he was notified thai
I c had been awarded an academic
scholarship to the University ol
Dee Marden, of the Ocean Waves, and Margaret Stearns, of
the Sun Dancers, are being instructed by Jack Woody, rec-
reational director for the City of Miami Beach, in theii duties
as hostesses at the square dance at Miami Beach Municipal
Auditorium on Friday night, 8 to 11 p.m. The dance is spon-
sored by Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association,
and is free to square dancers and spectators. This is one of
the many events scheduled during the city's Fourth of July
Festival.
Bureau Library
Closes for Summer
Central Jewish Libra-y of the
Bureau of Jewish Education is
now closed for the sumn er, ac-
cording to an announcement bj
Joseph Cohen, president it the Bu-
reau.
The Central Jewish Librar) is
housed 111 the Bureau ot Jewish
Education Building, 13,~> \\v 3rd
Ave.. and includes oxer 9,000 Jew-
ish volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish
;>nd English.
The librarj will reopen Monday.
Aug. 24 Mrs Anna Sintow is Bu-
reau librarian.
The luxurious new Doral Beach Hotel has added a new trop-
ical beach to its oceanfront facilities. The Doral has decided
:o restore the accent on "beach" in Miami Beach and pur-
chased a 500-ft. oceanfront area directly to the north and ad-
joining the hotel's property. A true "tropical beach" is the
result, complete with native "chickees" (thatched-roof huts
which provide delightful shade) and lush tropical foliage, all
opening onto a vast expanse of sparkling white beach. The
huts were built by members of the Osceola tr.be. In addition
1o Doral's new beach, the hotel, now in its second "summer
season," offers American plan dining on the Starlight Roof,
which has become world-famed for its star-tponqled ceiling,
featuring over 10.000 miniature stars. Fine continental cuisine
.s offered along with the music of Mai Malkin and his orch-
estra, who play nightly for dinner dancing.
Manischewitz Will
Live in Israel
By Special Report
NEW YORK-WlUlam B. Mani-
schewitz, a director ot the B Mam-
.chewitz Company, was tendered
a party recently by the executives,
union representatives and rabbis
ol (he company, upon his leaving
tc settle in Israel, where he will
epresent the company.
Manischewitz is secretary <>t
'teligious Zionists of America and
was chairman of the Life Mem-
bership Association of Religious
Zionists of America.
He has also been active with
Yeshiva University and American
Friends of Hebron Yeshiva, both
Of New York, and Yavneh Acad-
my, ol I'aterson, N.J., which his
children attended. He was one of
the founders of the Orthodox
synagogue of Teaneck, N.J.. Con-
gregation B'nai Yeshurun.
\ mpanyin 1 Manischewitz are
Ins wife. Esther, a native Israeli.
1 aughter of Rabbi Mordecai
Ostroi -!.; ol Jerusalem, and their
three da 1 btei Leora, Ofra, and
Sharon.
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At a recent Friday niht ser
vice, Herbert Gelernter. of 3406
Granada Blvd.. Coral Gables, was
warded a plaque as Temple
Judeas "Man of the Year "
Albert Jacobson, president of
the Men's club, presented the
plaque to Gelernter "for outstand-
ing service to Temple Judea "
Oelernii r waa recently elected
1 resident ol Temple Judea for his
il.nd term. He and Mr- Gelernter
are long-time residents of Coral
Gables, and they ,ire charter mem
i.< is i Temple Judea
rlonon? Special
family Ocagions
Your Welcome Wagon Hostess
will call with a basket of gifts... j
and friendly greetings froan rela-
gious, civic, and business leaders
Of our community when four
family celebiates a sixteenth
birthday, announces an engage-
ment or the birtb of a new baby,
or moves to a new borne.
Whtit the acccitn crises, phona
HI 8-4994



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Page 10-B vjmisti flcricfiajn Fridcry. July 3, \% Offenhenden Plaque to Hang In Medical Center Chaim Weizmann Branch of Karband will meet at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Auditorium on Normandy Isle next Tuesday, 8 p.m. Mrs. Dora Offenhenden will be presented with a plaque in memory of her husband, the late Isaac Offenhenden. one of the founders and first financial secretary of the Chaim Weizmann Branch. The program Tuesday will also include a review of the controversial play, "The Deputy," by Samuel Berkenblit. The plaque to be presented Tuesday is a duplicate of the original, presentation of which was made recently at the home of Moe Levin, chairman of the branch. The late Isaac Offenhenden was u veteran Zionist and long active in the Israel Histadrut Committee here. The original plaque will hang in a room of the Beersheba Medical Center in Israel. Hanging will take place July 24, the i?ay of the Center's dedication. Moshe Bcrman. executive director of the Greater Miami Isr;el Histadrut Committee, left last week for Israel to attend the dedication and to bring the Isaac Offenhenden plaque with him for the dedication ceremonies. Special Assistance Pr,j^ NEW YORKli&.NS .,( gran to provide iipei .nice to Negro bus %  % %  ,. Guests at the home oi Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin are seated on the floor (left to right) Samuel Offenhenden, Harry Chaet, Leah Levin, Johan L. Berman. Seated second row (left to right) are Samuel Berkenblit, Moe Levin, Bella Fishman, Clara Offenhenden, Dora Offenhenden. Yonnah Berman. Fannie Sacks. Standing third row (left to right) are Jacob Fishman. Selma Berman, Helen Berkenblit, Anna Katz. Harry Sacks. Anna Chaet, Aaron Katz, Sonia Katz. Harry Sachs, Bea Sachs, Moshe Berman. Neal Sonnett Elected Vice Pres. Of Young Demos Neal Sonnett, 21-year-old graduate of the University of Miami. was unanimously elected vice president of the Young Demoiratic Clubs of Florida <"t the annual state convention held at the Americana Hotel. Neal Sonnett is the youngest perron ever elected to the state vice presidency of the Youn;' Demo(>\its. an organization of some 5 000 members from throughout Florida. He previously served as president of the University of Miami Chapter, as S board member of the Dade County group, and la-t year headed the organization's state* ide Speakers Bureau. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sonnett, of 1360 Stillwater Dr., while at the University, he served as captain of the Varsity Debate Team, president of the Senior Class and the College of Arts and Sciences, and Attorney General of the student body. Me attended the University on a four-year, full tuition debate scholarship, and was named fourth ranking college debater in the United States as a sophomore in college. Graduated on June 7. he was cited by "Ibis." the I'M year book, as one of the "Outstanding Graduating Seniors." While at the Young Democratic convention, he was notified thai I c had been awarded an academic scholarship to the University ol Dee Marden, of the Ocean Waves, and Margaret Stearns, of the Sun Dancers, are being instructed by Jack Woody, recreational director for the City of Miami Beach, in theii duties as hostesses at the square dance at Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium on Friday night, 8 to 11 p.m. The dance is sponsored by Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association, and is free to square dancers and spectators. This is one of the many events scheduled during the city's Fourth of July Festival. Bureau Library Closes for Summer Central Jewish Libra-y of the Bureau of Jewish Education is now closed for the sumn er, according to an announcement bj Joseph Cohen, president it the Bureau. The Central Jewish Librar) is housed 111 the Bureau ot Jewish Education Building, 13,~> \\v 3rd Ave.. and includes oxer 9,000 Jewish volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish ;>nd English. The librarj will reopen Monday. Aug. 24 Mrs Anna Sintow is Bureau librarian. The luxurious new Doral Beach Hotel has added a new tropical beach to its oceanfront facilities. The Doral has decided :o restore the accent on "beach" in Miami Beach and purchased a 500-ft. oceanfront area directly to the north and adjoining the hotel's property. A true "tropical beach" is the result, complete with native "chickees" (thatched-roof huts which provide delightful shade) and lush tropical foliage, all opening onto a vast expanse of sparkling white beach. The huts were built by members of the Osceola tr.be. In addition 1o Doral's new beach, the hotel, now in its second "summer season," offers American plan dining on the Starlight Roof, which has become world-famed for its star-tponqled ceiling, featuring over 10.000 miniature stars. Fine continental cuisine .s offered along with the music of Mai Malkin and his orchestra, who play nightly for dinner dancing. Manischewitz Will Live in Israel By Special Report NEW YORK-WlUlam B. Manischewitz, a director ot the B Mam.•chewitz Company, was tendered a party recently by the executives, union representatives and rabbis ol (he company, upon his leaving tc settle in Israel, where he will epresent the company. Manischewitz is secretary <>t 'teligious Zionists of America and was chairman of the Life Membership Association of Religious Zionists of America. He has also been active with Yeshiva University and American Friends of Hebron Yeshiva, both Of New York, and Yavneh Acad my, ol I'aterson, N.J., which his children attended. He was one of the founders of the Orthodox synagogue of Teaneck, N.J.. Congregation B'nai Yeshurun. \ mpanyin 1 Manischewitz are Ins wife. Esther, a native Israeli. 1 aughter of Rabbi Mordecai Ostroi -!.; ol Jerusalem, and their three da 1 btei Leora, Ofra, and Sharon. m; %  : %  HlMtRT MfJffNTfl M I :ng for business v.as announced '• racial Council fcr ? tunity ,-ind a ^ \<>rk City bankFtiiieq ACKEI Went HABEl I lay WEPR dl*i BKOLf LEGAL NCTiCB MfAl SONNETT Miami Law School Sonnett will begin his studies there is September, This summer, he will work ; % %  community relations director lor the Miami District ol Encyclopedia Brittanica IN THE CIR< ELFVPNTH Jl D -' T T.,1 \.h. FLORIDA. IV *Mr FOB }nr COUNT'. •. : No. ,,: I I KISI. \K M< %  I-I IRprtn V ''"I' >N Plaintiff, \ 1 WARRRN W 1 :\ 1 VfYriilant. NOTICE C r SL TII. Warren V %  11. n i> r • .1. %  „ %  1 1 hi ir imknoi -i If di ,i.l. tli.-.r Dl grantee*, ti uMtei -. <>r "Hi!.\. through, 111 ibove ii.in-i • • • i. ream <>\ ;l|tt I'.ll. "u. OATKfl -l EC. B. UK.t*l< ; I. ol I -. :,ll B) I '. M VRTIN PINK vrtormj 101 I 1 I llll I' I I I. • M iml IS, PJoi in 1 IN THE COUV* L'DGE i '". AT IN AND FOR CTt T> FLORDA IN F COB" : No t 047-C IX RK Ktati • IKNKINS '• \ Ci T '" ON Ti i II 1.n v r• ...'', .-. %  Fifth \. a Vnrk 1 IV rnn it C i<> <;i r..n Mi I Oil P. \1 ',..',.' i r \, v 1 :• I 11 vv • I'v I • I vII : 11; %  • %  %  v v W I l-ll> \ 11 V. • III. I %  \ %  • rm, II, -in m %  1 %  .1 11 thci %  • 1 [ton tl •• I 1 •• IM: and 1 •': :i> li Hi Mil, da) %  1 %  • • uBon -i. vi. B) HA C CK OL Av ma TL dli <-H OL %  ILV %  l LINI EH SAD InL VAN H" 1; DRA St .R! _B SEC 17 RPIV 8TR st JAR 8\ si. WAi %  PAP A -ROT tat "HA HI coc II 1 IN N NO VP N U>. >tl tx* TI e it New President Gelernter Named 'Man of the Year* At a recent Friday niht ser vice, Herbert Gelernter. of 3406 Granada Blvd.. Coral Gables, was warded a plaque as Temple Judeas "Man of the Year Albert Jacobson, president of the Men's club, presented the plaque to Gelernter "for outstanding service to Temple Judea Oelernii r waa recently elected 1 resident ol Temple Judea for his il.nd term. He and MrGelernter are long-time residents of Coral Gables, and they ,ire charter mem i.< is „i Temple Judea rlonon? Special family Ocagions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts ... j and friendly greetings f roan relagious, civic, and business leaders Of our community when four family celebiates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birtb of a new baby, or moves to a new borne. Whtit the acccitn crises, phona HI 8-4994


Ftkjery. July 3. 1964
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LEGAL NOTW
LEGAL NOTICE
man, Rebecca, 7"i, of ;>io
I Avi'., died June t". Riverside.
pt William Harry, 39, of S16u
J)r.. ill. il .iiini' 26, Riverside.
INSKY. Max, To. ..f 133 :tr.l St.,
la it. Rlversldi
ick. Beanie, 87, of 936 Penn-
in- Ave., illid Juii). L'T. Itlvtr-
|FF, Nathan, M, of M44I Chaae
ervlces In Chicago. Newman.
Dr. Herbert F.. ".*. ,.r 7""
la Ave., died .inn, :.'',. Bcrv-
New Y,u*k. Ktveralde.
'MAN, Geraon Qerald, ::. of
Bay Dr., >l*l June 95. Services
York City. Riverside.
>SKY. .-.d s.. iis. i;t. Collins
Services in New York City.
aide.
hitHU, Kamuel, 7:;, of 6765 sh
si. Riverside,
F, Samuel P., 7'",, of 2480 NE
lOtii T.r., Porapano Beach, died
Jun. ; "
JACOBS, ii.i. ..I i;r.i 8W 2&tn
St., died Junu "..">. Riverside.
fUUMMER, Wayne (Pappy), 7:t. of
T8t nw a.Mli ,-'i., died June ::'. Riv-
ers!, i.
^SAMUELS. Ruth. 6*. of 2,".s NW S6tll
hi., died Jun,- 23. Gordon.
TOLLMAN, Aliii'}. 77. of I2;.s I'.nn-
sjtiv ... Ave., died June 26. Bias-
ben,
HARRIS, Ida ;.. BH. of 2903 Sheridan
A*e. Services In limiKor, Me. Ri\-
eratd.
RICH, .Mrs. Mary, 78, of SSI NE 156th
Ter.. 'i .l.in. i Kivei side.
DOLCOEF .1., .. .i .: ,., m: 71 st
Riverside.
EN, Samuel, 98, of 1330 nk Bay-
Dr.. ill. .i June 23, > lordon
IN, laabelle, 72. of (445 Lak<
si in., died June ft. Cordon.
)STEIN. I'.. ii j.i mill. 59, of lit
Bervlcei In Itilladelphia. New-
ts Joseph, 85, of 6916 Bay Dr.,
Ml .inn. it s. i \ i.-.-s in Atlantic
N.J Riverside.
DBERG. Harry I.. 57, of 1340 NW
In Ti r. died June 17. Rlvi rside,
Efl, Mrs, Rachel, 84, of |S| \v.
si Hlaledh Rive -id.
ENBERG. Albert, 10, of 7937
I ir.. died June III Kit. i nidi
DERS, Edith, i.il. ..j" 8183 Hard-
Ave., died lune \t. Rlv< rslde,
GILDER, Snmuel, 88, of KOtl BYV
|li Ter II ill.iinl.il... died June 16
rsldi .
CH, Rrglna, 7.".. of H2 W. 30th
in New York i 'it\. k,\ -
|de.
H, Rose, ':. of 7798 Tatum Wa-
iaj l 'i. .1 ,1 .1..... i Rlvi i Hide
L, Mrs, Beaale, 7-. of 840 NE
I Si., ,li. ,i .inn, is, Rlvt-rsl
fOCK, \ letor, ."... of 1782 N K
Si Rlvi side.
lUSS. Emll, 36, of 7u NE 134th
K. rsldr.
nkes. ii..- Jerry, 68, of -'in
21-1 Ter., died .1 ..... 11. Rlvi r-
ner, i;..i.. .i ii. (8, of I." NW
i Ave .in I June i Riverside.
|NES. i Jerome, .:'. of 8301 SW
B Tel. .-. I.-. in .s. w Fork.
Ion.
iaim. Morris, 81, ..i mil uh St.
Services .o (Cincinnati, llocdo"
INESS. ibraham, t::,
dim; Ave. Riverside.
?ER. Samui I l: 61, of
ltd. Net* man,
IITT, David, ".7. of n> s
died June IS, Riverside.
in, Israel, ;, ,,r ;i;, Michigan
do-d Juii,- 14. Riverside.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3385
THE WILLIAMSBUKtiH SAVINGS
BANK
Plaintiff,
vs.
EARL BAKER MIXON, el nl.
I lefendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: l.ish.th Mivon a k a l.lsbcih Ann
Mlxon, Reside]..... I'nknoun, and
If remarried, her unknown mouse,
If living and If dead, the unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees, assignees,
grantees, ilenors, creditors, trustees
or other claimants, clalmlnc by,
through, under or ajrlnst no- above
named (lefendant who mav be deceas-
ed.
You are hereby notified t!>: t the
above raptioned action has been In-
stituted against you In the Circuit
Court of the nth Judicial ofrcull of
Kioriiia in and for Dade County to
foreclose mortgage upon the fol-
lowing described real proper!) :
l...t Block 57 Flits, ADDITION T"
CAROL city, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Itook 6n at
Pace 19 of (he Public Records of
Hade County, Florida.
You are required to file your an-
swer (o plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of tii. aforesaid Court, and
setv.. ,i copy thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney MARTIN FINE, nth Floor
Dade Federal Building, .Miami 81,
Florida nol later than August 10, 1964,
or n Decrei Pro Confesso will I.....i-
tered agalnsl you.
DATED: June S3, 1Mi14.
i: Ii. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) Bv: c. p. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
M \RTIN PINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
nib Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami 82, Florida
7 :!-in-17-21
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File AA 21540
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
A. Martin holder of City of Miami
Tax Sale Certificate No. 1321 issued
lh,. lat day of .lune. A.M. L982. has
filed Mini. In my office, and has made
aiiplicaiion for a la\ deed to be Issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces
the following di Hcribi a property in
ll.....oiuilv of 1 '.oh State of Florida,
(O-Wil :
Lot 4 Clock K
Miami South. Plat Itook B, Page II
in tin citj of Miami, County of
I lade, Ktate i f Florida
The naaeesmi nt of said property
under the aald certificate was in the
name of: I'nknown.
Unless .-aid certificate shall be re-
deemed in.....rdlng to law, the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the court House
door on the first Monday in the month
..I Ancust. 1964. which is the 3rd day
jf August, 1*84.
Dated ibis 80th day of June, 1964.
!:. i:. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
(seal) By: P. HI I.IISTHAXII
Deputy clerk
7/3-M-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4326
CARTBRET SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASS) iCl.vnoN.
Plaintiff,
FIN LEY JONES, Trustee in
Bankruptcy,
I lefendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Houston Bogle and Robbie
his wife, and Henry Gordi
Prances Gordon, his wife,
dence Unknown, if living
dead, the unknown spouses,
10
of
i7v. m:
So. Shore
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63453-B
IN RE Esti......'
ISRAEL DAVIDSON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All <".', ,i ton hi ii AM P< rsons Hn\ -
Ing claims or Hemands Against Staid
Eatate:
v.,11 ire hereh rifled n nd i -
quired i" preaent .mi claims and de-
mands which von mm have iib.....I
the estate of ISRAEL D WIOSOV ,i. -
. i-'.l late of W'.'imi. County, Mich-
igan, to tii,- County .IhiIl'.^ if '
nty, ami file tin same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statute -. In th*dr offlcen In
ih>- County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Fl irida. within six llendae months
from the time "f the first publication
hereof, or the -am, will he barred,
I >a1. il .it Miami. Pli rida. Ihu 16th
da) of June, \ 11 1964.
.n ISEPH DAVIDSON
As Ancillary Executor
First publication of this notli.....n
the l'-ih dan ..f Jon,, initl
KOVNBR a MANNHBIMER
Attorneys for Ancillary Executor
>" Dupont I'la/.a i 'enter
Miami, Florida
1 18-26, 7/3-10

LEGAL NOTICE
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
.AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
[FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57394-B
Estate of
A STKINMFTZ,
-,i~. d.
IE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
IATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
ID FINAL DISCHARGE
- hereby given that I have
^J^fc Kin.'I i;.[M.rt mid I'eiiitou 1..1
Istrlbfttlon and Final Discharge a*
'xei'utgj\ ..f i he estate of RORA
TfcnNjII'.r/. il.'i'.-ioe.l: ami that on
ie SOfl day of July, 1964, will apply
> taaUioin,ruble County Judges of
ade qpiiiii\. Florida, for approval
' aald I i I:. i.rt and for dlstrl-
itlon ajiii final discharge as Execu-
ix iif gti .-tin., of the above-named
^H rii<-
[ Kl III SI'ETER
I'y.cuii ix
AROLD \ UREKNE
tlorney
fl U'Mh
mi 61, Fl.i.
6/13-26. 7 J-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY niVEN that
ih. underalgned, desu*lnc to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TOWN MOTEL at 144:. North Krome
Avenue, Florida City, Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of th Circuit Court ,,f Dad,- County,
Florida.
busanna \. McDonald
marvin bchild
Attorney for Busanna^. McDonald
Bogle.
hi and
Real-
and If
heirs,
devisees, assignees, grantees, llenora,
creditors, trustees or other claimants
claiming hj (hi nugh, undi r
ii. above named defendants who may
be ilir. ased.
You arc hereby notified thai the
.ii...\>. captloned action ha- been In-
stituted agalnsl you In the Circuit
Court of the nth Judicial Circuit of
Florida in and for Dade Counts '
foreclose .i mortgage upon ih,
lowing ii. scrlbi ii real properiv:
Lot IT i:i...k 1.1 CORRECTEli PLAT
nF BLOCK 13, CAROL city, ac-
cording to the l'l..t thereof, recorded
in Plat Book '.I .it Page 9s of the
Public Records of Bade County,
i orida.
You are required '< flh your an-
swer (o plaintiff's complaint with tin-
Clerk of il.......I'esaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof hi..... plaintiff's
attorney MARTIN PINE, itih Floor,
l' 'i" Federal Building, Miami 32,
Florida not latei than August i". 1964,
"i B I' it. I'm Confesso will b.- en-
i. i .1 against you.
DATEI i; .1 (ni<- 25, 1964,
E. B. LEATHERM VN
Clerk of the i "ir. nil i *. .nil
(seal) By: C. P. "i U'i.i.ani>
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN PINE
Attorn. > for Plaintiff
nth Fl..... Hade Federal Bldg
Miami 82, Florida
. 3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICI AL C I RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6728
JAMES MORELAND,
Plaintiff
vs.
I.F.I.A MAE P. MORELAND.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LELA -MAK P. UURELAND
Realdence Unkown
You. I.KLA MAE P. MORELAND,
are heni.y notified that a Hill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve it copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Richard Mori.....
7S2ri N'.K. Second Avenue. Miami.
Floi ida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerfc
of the Circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of July, H'i4. If you fall to
do so, Judgment by default will bo
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the ltill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Tin: JEWISH PLOBIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 16th day of Jun., A.D.
Iti4.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: MARQCERITE MORFORD
Deputs Clerk
RICHARD MORTON
7S2:. NK. Second Avenue
Miami. Fla PL 7-11111
Attorney for Plaintiff
il 19-26, 7 3-10
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 6737
BONNIE LEE TL'Di IR,
Plaintiff.
vs.
igaliisl i EDWARD DENYS TL'DOR,
I i.i'.iidant
SUIT FOR D.VORCE
T<': EDWARI' DENYS Tl'DoR
RESIDENCE CNKNOWN
You are h.relo notified tint a Bill
of Compuilni for Divorce has been
, filed agalnsl you, and you are re-
- | quired t.. serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the BUI of Com-
plain) on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
PAl'L KWITNEY. 120 Lincoln Road,
.Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63250-B
IN RE: Estate of
OF> IRCE SINGER,
I leceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persons Ha
iug Claims or Demands Against Ss
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r
iiuired to present any claims and fli
ma nil-- which vou may hav. again
the estate of GEOROE SINGER, ceased late of I lade County, Florid
to the Counts judgea of Dad. copi
ty. and file the same in duplicate '
as provided in Section 783.16, Plorii
Statutes, ill their offices in the Cm
ty Courtbouae In Dad.- County, Flo
ida, within six calendar months fro
the time of the first publication hei
of. or the some will be hair. .1
Dated at Miami, Florida, thi- 11
day of Jinn, A.D. 14.
MARIE SINGER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice
the 19th ilav of June, 1964.
KURT WELIJSCH
Attorney for Estate of
GEORGE BINOER, Deceased
1H7 Almerbl Ave., Coral Gables, Fla.
6/19-26, 7 :l-
ill tile
Circuit
das o(
. jini^-
ugalnst
111 tile
original Answer or I'leadlng
i.fli.....f th,. 1.-3 k of the
Court on or before the 22nd
Julv. 1964. ll you i id to do -
incut by default ill i" tak< n
you f..r the relief demanded
Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published oi.....
each week foi four consecui \- weeks
in THE JEWISH FU'RIDIAN.
[MINE AND DRDERED at Miami.
Florida, this iMh d > ..f June, A.I I
ii"-. I
E. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
circuit Court. Dade Counts', Florida
(seal) Bj l. SNEEDEN
11. puty clerk
PAl'L KWITNEY
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 3313*
Attorney for Plaintiff
i 19-26, 7 l.]0
6/19-26, 7 :t-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6727
MARGOT AURICCHIO,
Plaintiff,
DOMINICK AURICCHIO.
1 lefendant.
NOTiCE TO DEFEND
TO: DOMINICK AURICCHIO
1 1 CoVlllgtoll Street
1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6354' B
IN RE: Fstate of
ST ASIA GOULD, formerly known
as ST ARIA ORZECHOWSKI
1 ei eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
.ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl said
Eatate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to preaent any claims and d. -
mends which you mas hav.- against
the state of s r.\si \ GOULD,
iiiei ly known is s I'ASIA ORZE-
CHOWSKI deceased l.i.....f Dade
County, Florida, to the Counts Judges
of Dade Counts', and file (be same n
th. ir offices In (he County Courthouse
n Bade Counts', Fl.....la, within six
calendar months from [hi date of the
fli si publli iti..ii ii. r. of. or tin same
w ill I.,- I..ii red,
HERBERT S SHAPIRl I
Exi i iit-'i-
SHAPIRl i. FRIED .y WEIL
Altornesb
Ii>7 I.in. >ln Road
I'., .i.h, Florida r, i
iiniiiington stat
YOU ARE HEREBY
a Hill of Complaint
against you and you
serve a cops ,ff your
defensh pleadings
plaintiff's ait..in. v
WOLF, :mi Seybold
n. N.w York
Ni iVI. I ED that
has been filed
are required to
answer or othi t
thereto upon
RAYMOND J.
Building, Miami
32, Florida, and file the original tbtre- j properts
of in tin Office ..I the Clerk of (be I follows
Circuit Court on or before (he 22nd
day of July, 1964, or a decree pro 11 -
f.sso will I... entered against you.
DATED, this 16th das of June. 1964,
i: It, LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Counts', Florida
is.all r.. i'. p. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
6/19-26, 7/S-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6570
MILTON LEWIS and MINNIE
LEWIS, his wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
STEVEN MATlli: an.l EMERENCIA
M VTHE, hla wife, and
JOSEPH Ki IVATS,
1 lefelidants
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: JOSEPH Ki iVATS
i:< sldence I'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a suit to Foreclose Mortgage agalnsl
real and personal properts has been
filed against ynu in the nbovi Court
by the above named plaintiffs. The
sought i" be for. closed is as

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MO 1-7693
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63538-B
IN RE: Estate of
iui.i .....,,...i: i: WEBSTER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To am creditors and All Persoi s Hav-
Inir claims or Demanda Against -
Estate:
You hi., hereby notified and -.
quired to pre.-i nt ans claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate ot Hlldegarde K. Webatei
deceased late of D.oi. County, Florida,
to the County Judgea of Dade Coun-
ty, and file th.- sami in duplicate and I
a- provided in Section 73S.16, Florida
Statutes, in th.ii offices In the Coun- .
ty Courthouse in Dad. County, I
Ida, within alx calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of .or the same will be bai
Da(ed al Miami, Florida ,th
da) of June, A.D
BENNi II .'. IIISTER
' uur
i 'iiin t. (nnexo
n
th. |nth da) "f .ii"
K. i: r u l- i.i.i.-t'iI
in .. B E. U.i.i, r,
.1.. ased.
Ho Aim. ri.i Al. .i : ,,l i:.,'.!, -. K]a.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN (hat
(hi undersigned, desiring t.....^.*-> n
buy n< -- inder (he fictitious na
VI' \ MA<;.NA\ n\ .-' II i. t\ i A S R .
APEX MAONAVOX, UAUNAVON
SHI IW CASE at 5556 His. ayne Blvd .
Miami, Fla.. intend eg it said
with th. i 'Ii i:, .i the I l
. i i i.i.i,. i 'ount>. I'll.i ni.i.
PR INK RIDICH
SUZANNE Rl'DICH
MELVIN Rl'DICH
HAR\ l.\ RI imil
.-19 16, :-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6713
\LTHRBE LEE SMITH,
Plaintiff,
\ -
Ml >R0 VN HENRY SMITH,
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MORGAN 1IKNKY SMITH
Reaidi nee I 'nl.n..u n
you ARE iii:i:i:i:y notified that
a Complaint for Divorce has been filed
.,_.. nt you, and TOU ARE HEREBY
ki Qi'iREl to -.I ve i "i'\ of your
Vnswer (o th Complain! on tin Plain-
tiffs Attorneys, ESSEN a- ESSEN,
> \'T Vlnsli Miami.
and file the i riarlnal answ, r
I n thi u i k : 11 i' 11 -
!. July 20th,
ill of wli tl Corn-
will bi

DATEI I'NE I
E. U. l.i: 'TIlKIt.M \ \ .
ri mi .. i >., .
' 'ELA NI'
it) Clerk
I :l-ii)
Lot "i. Block I, of SHENANDOAH,
according to the plat thereol re-
corded In i'lit Book 6, page 90 of
the public records of Dad. County,
Florida, said property also being
known i- l.'i'io S.U. 9th Street, Mi-
ami, Florida.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your Answer or other Plead-
ing on Plaintiff's Attorney, MARVIN
l WIENER, Esq., 913 Alnaley Build-
ing, Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal in the :......( the Clerk of the
above Court on, or lfore the 83rd
da) of July, 1964 In default ..f which
i he i 'omplalnt .11 !> laki n a con-
fi aaed agaii the rellel
quested ii I1 .nt.
DATEI (his nth da) of Juni
at Man I, l lade i in- \ Ploi ni.i.
e i. leathf:rman
Clerk the t'
(seal) B) MAROI ERITE MoRF'ORD

\l VRVIN 1 WIENER
Attornej Plaintiff
913 Ain.-l. ) Bldg., Miami. Fla.
. .. ; ::-io
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under (he fictitious nan.....I
SALS TAVERN at ::i" N \V 97th
Avenue, Miami. Florida Intenda to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SBR U'iMi SALLAVOLL1 I 0
Sole I 'w Mel'
STEPHEN KEKS1 ER
Attorney for Applicant
r 19.M ic
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai
the undersigned, n
liuslness
WORK l'l. \' IN I' Ci iMPANY at
II N'.K M Florida
Ith the
..I I'.ol.
Count)
si IN 1 DEUTSl II

VI VRK V i.
> for 'ei--.. I I'. itach
'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60970-A
IN RE: Estate of
H \M FI.KSS
I ie. .ased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK?
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIO 1
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given that 1 ha
filed 111 > Final Report and Petition f
Distribution and Final Discharge
Executor of the estate of mho Flc-
deceased: and that on the 15th day
July. 1964, will apply to the Hon.-
able founty Judges of Dad. Couni
Flo Ida, for approval of aald rln
Report an.l for distribution and fit
fllschargi as Executor of tin estate
th. I......-name.I dec.lent. This 1">
.i ) of J ne. 1964.
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Executor
II VRRY ZU KERN ICK
v in v
ln I in. o|n Road
Miami ll. ii. h, Florida
'. 19 :i.. 7 B
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63555-B
IN RE: Eatate of
.III.I \N \l KR VTZE, .ils.. kno'
as i m KRATZE
11. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II.
iiiL- claim- or Demands Agalnsl Si
Bstati :
Y..U are hereb) notified and i
quired to present any claims and d
in.ni'- which you may havi again
the estate of JULIAN M. KRATZ
deceasi d late of I lade County, Fin
Ida. to the County Judge*, of I hi
County, and file the same in dupllca
and as provided In Section "33.1
Florida statin, s. In their offices
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coui
ty, Florida, altliln i\ calendar montl
from tii. time ..f the first publicati<
hereof, or the same vvili he barred.
Dated it Miami, Florida, this i;
die, ..i June. A.D. 194)4.
M IRION W. KRATZE
As Executrix
First publication of this notice
th. 19th dav of June, n'.|.
LEON KAPLAN
i.f Mt-. Heiuian K- Kaidan
Attorney for Executrix
1150 S.W. First Stri et
Mia mi. Florida
______________________n/in-ii;, 7 :i-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63510 C
:i: Estate of
ESTELLE IMsl.YN HAAS
I '.. ..i-.il.
NOTICE TO CRcUITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persona Ha
inc claims or Demands Against Sa
Eatati :
> >i are hereby notified and !
quired t" i-r.-. nt an) claims and d.
mamls which v..u may have again*-
th- .-: ite ..f ESTELLE ROSLY
HAAS ,1. ci a-. .1 late of I -ade Count
Florida, to tin Count)' Judges ..t Bad
County, and file the same in dupllcal
and as oi"vid., i In > ctlon "33.1
.lorlda Statutes, in their offices
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within m\ calendar montl
from the time of the first publlcatli
..... or the sain., will be i>.. d
Ii i .it Miami. Florida, t l li~ I]
IN
da)
'i
June, A.I'. :
l.i Mis S. KATZ
i.mis HAAS
A Vdmlnlal ratoi b
l tlon "t thli m
. f June, 1964
'I EKIERT
' Mvi .in A K.i"l..
vm i"i Vdmlnlstrators
- w 1st strei t
Florida 33130
6/19 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FCORIO No. 63492 C
IN RE: Estate ..f
I \ci >R ci iDOS
Deci i-. i
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA?
Ti> ALL PERSONS INTERESTED I."
THE ESTATE OF SAID DBCBDEN1
Y..u are hereb) notified that a wrli
t.n nsi ument purporting to bi th
last wl.l ami testament of said deci
Ii nt has bei n admitted to probate I
h i.i 'ti You are hei i b) command
ed within -i\ calendar months fro.
Hi. .i.i'. of Hi. firsi publication .
in appear In said l'ou
it- If an> you can, wh
1 i 'oin i in admittl
should not st*i
OE< II T CLARK
MEI : v DICK, Cli
IAY* .. RUr.NDW ERG
'
lu
l
la nol
' day i ie, 1964.
/as.
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Ftkjery. July 3. 1964 Jen isti fkridttann Page M-B — WLi t u r i e a +.*GM.-*tcmc*LEGAL NOTW LEGAL NOTICE MAN, Rebecca, 7"i, of ;>io I Avi'., died June t". Riverside. p t William Harry, 39, of S16u J)r.. ill. il .iiini' 26, Riverside. INSKY. Max, To. ..f 133 :tr.l St., la it. Rlversldi ICK. Beanie, 87, of 936 PenninAve., illid Juii). L'T. Itlvtr|FF, Nathan, M, of M44I Chaae ervlces In Chicago. Newman. Dr. Herbert F.. %  ".*. ,.r 7"" la Ave., died .inn, :.' %  ',. BcrvNew Y,u*k. Ktveralde. 'MAN, Geraon Qerald, ::. of Bay Dr., >l*•l June 95. Services York City. Riverside. >SKY. .-.d s.. iis. ,„• I;T. Collins Services in New York City. aide. hitHU, Kamuel, 7:;, of 6765 SH si. Riverside, %  F, Samuel P., 7'",, of 2480 NE lOtii T.r., Porapano Beach, died Jun. %  ;• %  %  JACOBS, i I.I. ..I i;r.i 8W 2&tn St., died Junu "..">. Riverside. fUUMMER, Wayne (Pappy), 7:t. of T8t NW a.Mli ,-'i., died June ::'. Rivers!, i. ^SAMUELS. Ruth. 6*. of 2,".s NW S6tll hi., died Jun,23. Gordon. •TOLLMAN, Aliii'}. 77. of I2;.s I'.nnsjtiv ... Ave., died June 26. Biasben, HARRIS, Ida •;.. BH. of 2903 Sheridan A*e. Services In limiKor, Me. Ri\eratd. RICH, .Mrs. Mary, 78, of SSI NE 156th Ter.. %  'i .l.in. i Kivei side. DOLCOEF .1., .. .i .: ,., M: 71 st Riverside. EN, Samuel, 98, of 1330 NK BayDr.. ill. .i June 23, > lordon IN, laabelle, 72. of (445 Lak< si in., died June ft. Cordon. )STEIN. I'.. ii j.i mill. 59, of lit Bervlcei In Itilladelphia. Newts Joseph, 85, of 6916 Bay Dr., Ml .inn. IT s. i \ i.-.-s in Atlantic N.J Riverside. DBERG. Harry I.. 57, of 1340 NW In Ti r. died June 17. Rlvi rside, Efl, Mrs, Rachel, 84, of |S| \v. si Hlaledh Rive -id. ENBERG. Albert, 10, of 7937 %  I ir.. died June III Kit. i nidi DERS, Edith, i.il. ..j" 8183 HardAve., died lune \t. Rlv< rslde, GILDER, Snmuel, 88, of KOtl BYV |li Ter II ill.iinl.il... died June 16 rsldi CH, Rrglna, 7.".. of H2 W. 30th • in New York i 'it\. k,\ |de. H, Rose, '•:. of 7798 Tatum Waiaj l 'i. .1 • ,1 .1 i Rlvi i Hide L, Mrs, Beaale, 7-. of 840 NE I Si., ,li. ,i .inn, is, Rlvt-rsl fOCK, \ letor, ."... of 1782 N K Si Rlvi side. lUSS. Emll, 36, of 7u NE 134th K. •' rsldr. %  N KES. ii..Jerry, 68, of -'in 21-1 Ter., died .1 11. Rlvi rNER, I;..I.. .i II. (8, of I." NW i Ave .in I June i Riverside. |NES. i Jerome, .:'. of 8301 SW B Tel .-. I.-. in .s. w Fork. Ion. IAIM. Morris, 81, ..i mil uh St. Services .o (Cincinnati, llocdo" INESS. ibraham, T::, •dim; Ave. Riverside. % ER. Samui I l: 61, of ltd. Net* man, IITT, David, ".7. of n> s died June IS, Riverside. IN, Israel, ;, ,,r ;i;, Michigan do-d Juii,14. Riverside. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3385 THE WILLIAMSBUKtiH SAVINGS BANK Plaintiff, vs. EARL BAKER MIXON, el nl. I lefendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: l.ish.th Mivon a k a l.lsbcih Ann Mlxon, Reside] I'nknoun, and If remarried, her unknown mouse, If living and If dead, the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, assignees, grantees, ilenors, creditors, trustees or other claimants, clalmlnc by, through, under or ajrlnst noabove named (lefendant who mav be deceased. You are hereby notified t!>: %  t the above raptioned action has been Instituted against you In the Circuit Court of the nth Judicial ofrcull of Kioriiia in and for Dade County to foreclose %  mortgage upon the following described real proper!) : l...t Block 57 Flits, ADDITION T" CAROL CITY, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Itook 6n at Pace 19 of (he Public Records of Hade County, Florida. You are required to file your answer (o plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of tii. aforesaid Court, and setv.. ,i copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE, nth Floor Dade Federal Building, .Miami 81, Florida nol later than August 10, 1964, or n Decrei Pro Confesso will I itered agalnsl you. DATED: June S3, 1MI14. i: Ii. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) Bv: c. p. COPELAND Deputy Clerk M \RTIN PINE Attorney for Plaintiff nib Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami 82, Florida 7 :!in-17-21 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts ot 1941 File AA 21540 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai A. Martin holder of City of Miami Tax Sale Certificate No. 1321 issued lh,. lat day of .lune. A.M. L982. has filed Mini. In my office, and has made aiiplicaiion for a la\ deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following di Hcribi a property in ll oiuilv of 1 '.oh State of Florida, (O-Wil : Lot 4 Clock K Miami South. Plat Itook B, Page II in tin citj of Miami, County of I lade, Ktate i f Florida The naaeesmi nt of said property under the aald certificate was in the name of: I'nknown. Unless .-aid certificate shall be redeemed in rdlng to law, the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the court House door on the first Monday in the month ..I Ancust. 1964. which is the 3rd day jf August, 1*84. Dated ibis 80th day of June, 1964. !•:. i:. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida (seal) By: P. HI I.IISTHAXII Deputy clerk 7/3-M-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4326 CARTBRET SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS) iCl.vnoN. Plaintiff, FIN LEY JONES, Trustee in Bankruptcy, I lefendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Houston Bogle and Robbie his wife, and Henry Gordi Prances Gordon, his wife, dence Unknown, if living dead, the unknown spouses, 10 of i7v. M: So. Shore IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63453-B IN RE Esti ISRAEL DAVIDSON Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All <".', ,i ton HI ii AM P< rsons Hn\ Ing claims or Hemands Against Staid Eatate: v.,11 ire hereh • rifled n nd i ••quired i" preaent .mi claims and demands which von mm have IIB I the estate of ISRAEL D WIOSOV ,i. i-'.l late of W'.'IMI. County, Michigan, to tii,County .IHIIL'.^ if nty, ami file tin same In duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statute -. In th*dr offlcen In ih>County Courthouse in Dade County, Fl irida. within six %  llendae months from the time "f the first publication hereof, or the -am, will he barred, I >a1. il .it Miami. Pli rida. Ihu 16th da) of June, \ 11 1964. .n ISEPH DAVIDSON As Ancillary Executor First publication of this notli n the l'-ih dan ..f Jon,, initl KOVNBR A MANNHBIMER Attorneys for Ancillary Executor •>" Dupont I'la/.a i 'enter Miami, Florida 1 18-26, 7/3-10 %  LEGAL NOTICE IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT .AND FOR DADE COUNTY. [FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57394-B Estate of A STKINMFTZ, -,i~. d. IE OF INTENTION TO MAKE IATION FOR DISTRIBUTION ID FINAL DISCHARGE hereby given that I have ^J^fc Kin. 'I i;.[M.rt mid I'eiiitou 1..1 •Istrlbfttlon and Final Discharge a* 'xei'utgj\ ..f i he estate of RORA TfcnNjII'.r/. il.'i'.-ioe.l: ami that on ie SOfl day of July, 1964, will apply > taaUioin,ruble County Judges of ade qpiiiii\. Florida, for approval aald I i I:. i„.rt and for dlstrlitlon ajiii final discharge as Execuix iif gti .-tin., of the above-named ^H rii<[ Kl III SI'ETER I'y.cuii ix AROLD \ UREKNE tlorney fl %  U'Mh mi 61, Fl.i. 6/13-26. 7 J-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY niVEN that ih. underalgned, desu*lnc to engage In business under the fictitious name of TOWN MOTEL at 144:. North Krome Avenue, Florida City, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of th Circuit Court ,,f Dad,County, Florida. BUSANNA \. MCDONALD MARVIN BCHILD Attorney for Busanna^. McDonald Bogle. HI and Realand If heirs, devisees, assignees, grantees, llenora, creditors, trustees or other claimants claiming hj (hi nugh, undi r •ii. above named defendants who may be ilir. ased. You arc hereby notified thai the .ii...\>. captloned action habeen Instituted agalnsl you In the Circuit Court of the nth Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade Counts foreclose .i mortgage upon ih, lowing ii. scrlbi ii real properiv: Lot IT i:i...k 1.1 CORRECTEli PLAT nF BLOCK 13, CAROL CITY, according to the l'l..t thereof, recorded in Plat BOOK '.I .IT Page 9s of the Public Records of Bade County, i orida. You are required '<• flh your answer (o plaintiff's complaint with tinClerk of il I'esaid Court, and serve a copy thereof HI plaintiff's attorney MARTIN PINE, itih Floor, l' 'i" Federal Building, Miami 32, Florida not latei than August i". 1964, "i B I '• IT. • %  I'm Confesso will b.eni. i %  .1 against you. DATEI i; .1 (ni<25, 1964, E. B. LEATHERM VN Clerk of the i "ir. nil i *. .nil (seal) By: C. P. %  "i U'I.I.ANI > Deputy Clerk MARTIN PINE Attorn. > for Plaintiff nth Fl Hade Federal Bldg Miami 82, Florida 3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JU DICI AL C I RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6728 JAMES MORELAND, Plaintiff vs. I.F.I.A MAE P. MORELAND. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LELA -MAK P. UURELAND Realdence Unkown You. I.KLA MAE P. MORELAND, are heni.y notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve it copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Richard Mori 7S2ri N'.K. Second Avenue. Miami. Floi ida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerfc of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of July, H'i4. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will bo taken against you for the relief demanded In the ltill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in Tin: JEWISH PLOBIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 16th day of Jun., A.D. Iti4. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: MARQCERITE MORFORD Deputs Clerk RICHARD MORTON 7S2:. NK. Second Avenue Miami. Fla — PL 7-11111 Attorney for Plaintiff il 19-26, 7 3-10 NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 6737 BONNIE LEE TL'Di IR, Plaintiff. vs. igaliisl i EDWARD DENYS TL'DOR, I i.i'.iidant SUIT FOR D.VORCE T< ': EDWARI DENYS Tl'DoR RESIDENCE CNKNOWN You are h.relo notified tint a Bill of Compuilni for Divorce has been filed agalnsl you, and you are re| quired t.. serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complain) on the Plaintiff's Attorney, PAl'L KWITNEY. 120 Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, Florida, and file the LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63250-B IN RE: Estate of OF> IRCE SINGER, I leceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All creditors and All Persons Ha iug Claims or Demands Against Ss Estate: You are hereby notified and r iiuired to present any claims and fli ma nil-which vou may hav. again the estate of GEOROE SINGER, ..f June, A.I I ii"-. I E. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. circuit Court. Dade Counts', Florida (seal) Bj l. SNEEDEN 11. puty clerk PAl'L KWITNEY 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 3313* Attorney for Plaintiff •i 19-26, 7 l.]0 6/19-26, 7 :t-M IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6727 MARGOT AURICCHIO, Plaintiff, DOMINICK AURICCHIO. 1 lefendant. NOTiCE TO DEFEND TO: DOMINICK AURICCHIO 1 1 CoVlllgtoll Street 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6354' B IN RE: Fstate of ST ASIA GOULD, formerly known as ST ARIA ORZECHOWSKI 1 ei eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl said Eatate: You are hereby notified and required to preaent any claims and d. mends which you mas hav.against the • state of s r.\si \ GOULD, iiiei ly known is s I'ASIA ORZECHOWSKI deceased l.i f Dade County, Florida, to the Counts Judges of Dade Counts', and file (be same n th. ir offices In (he County Courthouse n Bade Counts', Fl la, within six calendar months from [hi date of the fli si publli iti..ii ii. r. of. or tin same w ill I.,I. .ii red, HERBERT S SHAPIRl I Exi i iit-'iSHAPIRl i. FRIED .y WEIL Altornes B II>7 I.in. >ln Road I'., .i.h, Florida r, %  i iiniii ington stat YOU ARE HEREBY a Hill of Complaint against you and you serve a cops ,f f your defensh %  pleadings plaintiff's ait..in. v WOLF, :MI Seybold • n. N.w York Ni iVI. I ED that has been filed are required to answer or othi t thereto upon RAYMOND J. Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original tbtrej properts of in tin Office ..I the Clerk of (be I follows Circuit Court on or before (he 22nd day of July, 1964, or a decree pro • %  %  11 f.sso will I... entered against you. DATED, this 16th das of June. 1964, i: It, LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade Counts', Florida is.all r.. i'. p. COPELAND Deputy Clerk 6/19-26, 7/S-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6570 MILTON LEWIS and MINNIE LEWIS, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. STEVEN MATlli: an.l EMERENCIA M VTHE, hla wife, and JOSEPH Ki IVATS, 1 lefelidants NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: JOSEPH Ki iVATS i:< sldence I'nknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a suit to Foreclose Mortgage agalnsl real and personal properts has been filed against ynu in the nbovi Court by the above named plaintiffs. The sought i" be for. closed is as Rifled, beautiful and erently cared for round fags for our Brted loved ones are >urce of very 'toail. .i '!." '• %  V/M//A ~A'/f/,fA 7 WM#$; INI n .'Al'SOl 11 %  •.• MO 1-7693 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63538-B IN RE: Estate of IUI.I .....,,...i: I: WEBSTER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AM creditors and All Persoi s HavInir claims or Demanda Against Estate: You HI., hereby notified and -. quired to pre.-i nt ans claims and demands which you may have against the estate ot Hlldegarde K. Webatei deceased late of D.oi. County, Florida, to the County Judgea of Dade County, and file th.sami in duplicate and I aprovided in Section 73S.16, Florida Statutes, in th.ii offices In the Coun. ty Courthouse in Dad. County, I Ida, within alx calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof .or the same will be bai Da(ed al Miami, Florida ,th da) of June, A.D BENNi • II .'. IIISTER uur i 'iiin T. %  (nnexo n • th. |nth da) "f .ii" K. i: r u lI.I.I.-T'II in %  .. B E. U.i.i, r, .1.. ased. Ho Aim. ri.i Al. .i : ,,l i:.,'.!, -. K]a. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN (hat (hi undersigned, desiring t ^.*-> n buy n< -inder (he fictitious na VI' \ MA<;.NA\ n\ .-' II i. t\ i A S R APEX MAONAVOX, UAUNAVON SHI IW CASE at 5556 His. ayne Blvd Miami, Fla.. intend eg IT said with th. i 'Ii i:, .i the I l i i i.i.i,. i 'ount> I'll.i ni.i. PR INK RIDICH SUZANNE Rl'DICH MELVIN Rl'DICH HAR\ l.\ RI imil % %  .•1 9 16, :-1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 6713 \LTHRBE LEE SMITH, Plaintiff, \ Ml >R0 VN HENRY SMITH, I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MORGAN 1IKNKY SMITH Reaidi nee I 'nl.n..u n you ARE III:I:I:I:Y NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed .,_.. nt you, and TOU ARE HEREBY KI Qi'iREl • to -.I ve i "i'\ of your Vnswer (o th Complain! on tin Plaintiffs Attorneys, ESSEN AESSEN, > \'T Vlnsli Miami. and file the i riarlnal answ, r I n thi u • i k %  %  %  : 11 %  i' 11 !.• July 20th, ill of wli tl Cornwill bi • DATEI I'NE I E. U. l.i: 'TIlKIt.M \ \ • ri mi .. i >., %  %  'ELA NI it) Clerk I :l-ii) Lot "i. Block I, of SHENANDOAH, according to the plat thereol recorded In i'lit Book 6, page 90 of the public records of Dad. County, Florida, said property also being known il.'i'io S.U. 9th Street, Miami, Florida. YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer or other Pleading on Plaintiff's Attorney, MARVIN l WIENER, Esq., 913 Alnaley Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original in the ••: ( the Clerk of the above Court on, or lfore the 83rd da) of July, 1964 In default ..f which i he i 'omplalnt .11 !>• laki n a confi aaed agaii the rellel quested ii I 1 .nt. DATEI • (his nth da) of Juni at Man I, l lade i '• in\ Ploi ni.i. E i. LEATHF:RMAN Clerk the t' (seal) B) %  MAROI ERITE MoRF'ORD %  \l VRVIN 1 WIENER Attornej • %  Plaintiff 913 Ain.-l. ) Bldg., Miami. Fla. .. ; ::-io NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under (he fictitious nan I SALS TAVERN at ::i" N \V 97th Avenue, Miami. Florida Intenda to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SBR U'iMi SALLAVOLL1 I 0 Sole I 'w Mel' STEPHEN KEKS1 ER Attorney for Applicant r 19.M ic NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai the undersigned, n liuslness WORK l'l. \' IN I' Ci iMPANY at II N'.K M Florida Ith the ..I I'.ol. Count) si IN 1 DEUTSl II %  VI VRK V i. > for 'ei--.. I I'. itach IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60970-A IN RE: Estate of H \M FI.KSS I ie. .ased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK? APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIO 1 AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb) given that 1 ha filed 111 > Final Report and Petition f Distribution and Final Discharge Executor of the estate of MHO Flcdeceased: and that on the 15th day July. 1964, will apply to the Hon.able founty Judges of Dad. Couni Flo Ida, for approval of aald rln Report an.l for distribution and fit fllschargi as Executor of tin estate th. I •.-name. I dec. lent. This 1"> .i ) of J ne. 1964. HARRY ZUKERNICK Executor II VRRY ZU KERN ICK v % %  in v ln I in. o|n Road Miami ll. ii. h, Florida '. 19 :i.. 7 B IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63555-B IN RE: Eatate of .III.I \N \l KR VTZE, .ils.. kno' • as i M KRATZE 11. ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons II. iiiLclaimor Demands Agalnsl Si Bstati : Y..U are hereb) notified and i quired to present any claims and d in.ni'which you may havi again the estate of JULIAN M. KRATZ deceasi d late of I lade County, Fin Ida. to the County Judge*, of I hi County, and file the same in dupllca and as provided In Section "33.1 Florida statin, s. In their offices the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coui ty, Florida, altliln i\ calendar montl from tii. time ..f the first publicati< hereof, or the same vvili he barred. Dated it Miami, Florida, this i; die, ..i June. A.D. 194)4. M IRION W. KRATZE As Executrix First publication of this notice th. 19th dav of June, n'.|. LEON KAPLAN i.f MT-. Heiuian KKaidan Attorney for Executrix 1150 S.W. First Stri et Mia mi. Florida n/in-ii;, 7 :iIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 63510 C :i: Estate of ESTELLE IMsl.YN HAAS I '.. ..i-.il. NOTICE TO CRcUITORS To AH Creditors and All Persona Ha inc claims or Demands Against Sa Eatati : > • •>i are hereby notified and %  • quired t" i-r.-. nt an) claims and d. mamls which v..u may have again*th.-: ite ..f ESTELLE ROSLY HAAS ,1. ci a-. .1 late of I -ade Count Florida, to tin Count)' Judges ..t Bad County, and file the same in dupllcal and as oi"vid., i In > %  ctlon "33.1 .lorlda Statutes, in their offices the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within M\ calendar montl from the time of the first publlcatli or the sain., will be i>.. • d %  Ii i .it Miami. Florida, T l %  li~ I] IN da) 'i June, A.I '. : l.i Mis S. KATZ i.mis HAAS A Vdmlnlal ratoi B l •-• tlon "t thli m f June, 1964 %  I EKIERT Mvi •' %  .in A K.i"l.. vm • • i"i Vdmlnlstrators w 1st strei t Florida 33130 6/19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FCORIOR ci iDOS Deci i-. i NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA? Ti> ALL PERSONS INTERESTED I." THE ESTATE OF SAID DBCBDEN1 Y..u are hereb) notified that a wrli t.n nsi ument purporting to bi th last wl.l ami testament of said deci %  Ii nt has bei n admitted to probate I H i.i 'TI You are hei i b) command ed within -i\ calendar months fro. Hi. .i.i'. of Hi. firsi publication • %  in appear In said l 'ou • IT. If an> you can, wh 1 i 'oin i in admittl %  %  • should not st*i OE< II '• T CLARK MEI : v DICK, Cli IAY* .. RUr.NDW ERG lu l la nol day i ie, 1964. •/as. % 



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Creation Date:
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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 3, 1964

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01848

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish jFloridiaxi
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 37 Number 27
Miami, Florida, Friday, July 3, 1964
Two Sections Price 2-
\
ibotinsky's
Jtemains Are
let for Move
By Special Report
SEW YORK Several hundred
rails ol the Jewish Legion of
Id War I headed by their Na-
al Commander Judah Lapson.
march in Ihe mass procession
New York accompanying the
ral cortege carrying the re-
n> ol Zeev Jabolinskv. leading
tcr li>r Jewish Statehood, and
wile, Joanna, on Monday, 4
. during their transfer for re-
ial in Israel, according to an
announcement hy the National
CDbimitlcr lor the Jahotinsky
Jltniorial
Tin' continenl of former Jewish
Lefionnairc will be comprised of
r-in- Irom various parts of the
tr\. including the Pacific
st. Boston, Baltimore. Phila
u. and other communities
s the land. Many of them
ed in Palestine \inder Jaho-
ky during World War I. Jabo-
kv. the founder of the Jewish
Continued on Page 11-A
rdan Mural
ets Treatment
Israel Show
K\\ YORK i.ITA Refusal
cf .1 i.m Pavilion .it the
Wo- u: I- ,ni In romo\ c it- anti
Jsi.ui mural led the American Is-
raeli p.iMiion this weak to an-
Ho.inci i display "I a Mown up
production ol the mural along
Hth .i poem stressing peace
'lliiiu-an.lv u| hair visitors, in
But ing Jews, hase paid an ad
Hti.-.-ion charge to enter the Jor-
Bmi Pavilion The reproduction
piui the poem will be placed in the
imerican-Israel Pavilion court-
lard where there is no admission
M. The |M>em called "Peace
through Understanding" the
Vorld'a Fair themewas written
f> Harold S. Caplin. American-
:racl World's Fair Corporation
(in! begins: --Belore you enter.
Continued on Page 10-A
Eshkol Holds Important
Meeting With DeGaulle
ZKV JABQTMSKX
finally bat* hontf
PARIS (JTAi Israels
Prime Minister Levi E-I.kol, who
arrived here Monday lor a visit
to France, conferred here with
President Charles de Gaulle.
Prime Minister Georges Pompi-
dou and Foreign Minister Maurice
Couve de Murville, as well as
ether top ranking officials of the
French Government. including
French Defense Minister Pierre
Messmer Accompanying Mr ECsh-
Jews Warn They Intend
To Retaliate in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Re-
nt wed anti-Jewish developments
prompted the DAIA. central repre-
sentative body oi Argentine Jew
rj, tn hold an emergency meeting
i his week following which the
president oi the organisation told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agenc)
that Argentine authorities will be
informed that any future aggres-
sions against Jews might provoke
etaUation by the victims
The emergency meeting was
iailed tn plan efforts to neutralize
the situation created by the new
i.ti Jewish and Nazi proi o< stions
These included a virulently anti
Semitic letter to Ihe DAIA >> a
retired Air Force general and a
ceremony in a church by a neo
Nazi group featuring a
Nazi harangue.
Or. Isaac Goldenberg,
president, said that the
had been astured by
Chief Inspector Nicolas
typical
DAIA
DAIA
Police
Rod
AJCom. Rebuffs Orthodoxy
On Contacts With Vatican
i
MORXIS ABRAM
fins v< is charge
\KW YORK I JTA i The
American Jewish Committee took
vigorous issue this week with a
complaint of the Orthodox Rab-
binical Council of America that
the Committee had involved it-
self in "areas of theole-.y." The
charge WU oased on efforts by
the AJCommittee in connection
with a statement on Catholic-Jew
ish relations pending before the
Ecumenical Council.
The Rabbinical Council urged at
its annual convention this week
that intcrrcligiutis cooperation be-
tween Christians and Jews should
be conducted on the basis of
"sound sociological doctrine rath
cr than the complicated area of
iheologj
The criticism was rebuffed in
a statement issued by AJCom-
mittee president Morris B.
Abram, who asserted that bet-
ter understanding and coopera-
tion between Jews, Catholics
ard Protestants had been a maj-
or responsibility of the organiza-
tion since it was formed in 1904.
He said one Of the primary ob-
lectives of the Committee's human
relations program was ihe need to
counteract Ihe stereotype of the
jew as Christ-killer," an "un-
l.ol was Israel's Deputy Defense
Minister Shimon Peres, as well
1 Walter Eytan, Israel's Ambas-
sador to France.
The first of the political talks
that opened a busy day': schedule
was held with M. de Murville.
Mr. E-hkol described that session
as "very friendly and cordial."
Other Israeli sources said that "a
lull identity of views was reach
cd" at thai session. The two lead
cis were understood to have dis
cussed the international situation
and various aspects of the links
between France and Israel, reach-
ing full understanding on all the
I units under discussion.
Escorted by police outriders,
Mr. Eshkol arrived at the For-
eign Ministry accompanied by
Mr. Peres and Mr. Eytan. The
autcmobile carrying Mr. Eshkol
flew the Israeli flag. In the
Foreign Minister's study, the Is-
raeli Premier met Olivier Lucet,
head of the Ministry's Political
Department, and Bernard Nan-
tet, the chief of the Middle East
Department, in addition to M.
de Murville, and the conference
got under way immediately. The
conference was conducted in
English.
After the conference, Ihe follow
ing formal handshakes in front ol
cameras, Mr. Eshkol took leave
ui M ile Murville, went to his
tel for a bi iel rest, and then
ceeded to Ihe Hotel Matignon,
Ihe official n sidence ol Pre
Pompidou, where the latter ten
I a luncheon for the visit-
ing Israeli stateman.
Presenl at that luncheon, In ad
('ition to the Israeli part) and the
French Foreign Minister, were
,'i-n Louis .luxe. French Minister
for State Planning, and the French
Ambassador to Israel. Jean Hour
deillete, The two Premiers held
deriving source of hostility to the a political discussion after the
Jew for almost two millenia luncheon. That talk, it v as bcliev-
Contending that the essential ed. was probably the most impor
Erst step was to stimulate Chris- (ant ol the day's political comer
tian religious educators and inter sat ions. The meeting with Pn-i
AAROV GOLDMAN
new chairman
riquez that investigations of
some anti-Jewish assaults during
the past two weeks have been
undertaken. Dr. Goldenberg
also said that he will meet with
Defense Minister Leopoldo Suar-
ei aboct the involvement of tile
Air Force officer. Brig. Gen. Gil-
berto Hidalgo Oliva, and Col.
Alevardro Lariar, who address-
ed the neo-Naii church meeting,
in anti-Jewijh extremist actions.
The DMA leader said he also
Continued on Page 5-A
Continued on Page 3-A
Continued on Page 10-A
JUDAISM WITHOUT EMBELLISHMENT'
Authors of Communist Hate
Literature Reported Punished
PARIS (JTA) The Ukrain-
ian Academy of Sciences, spon-
sor Of the virulently anti-Semitic
i .ink. "Judaism Without Embel-
lishment," waa reported here this
week as asserting that those re-
sponsible for Us publication hail
I een punished, and that measures
l ad been taken to prevent repeti-
tion of any similar incident
The Kiev academy sent a letter
t > that effect to the Paris left
wing movement. MHAP. the Mine
meat Against Anti-Semitism and
Racism and for Peace. The con-
tent of the latter was published
in the Paris Yiddish Communist
daily, "Neue Pit
According to the Academy let-
ter, T. Kichko, author of the
book, was never a member of
the Academy, having been em-
ployed as a writer of "vulgariza-
tion" books. The letter asserted
that the Academy itself had no
role whatever in the publication
of the book.
The name of the Academy ap-
pears in the book as sponsor. Af-
ter worldwide protests this spring,
Soviet authorities condemned the
book, and said that they withdrew
i Irom circulation
The first conference in Belgium
Continued on Page 12-A
NCRAC MEET TOLD
Racial Crisis
Heightening
Anti Semitism
ST LOUIS H \ The
ial crisis in Ihe United States
He,I m a slight increase
anti Semitic I lei sture during l
year but doe I represent
nj threat to the security
Vmerican Jews, it was report)
i this eek at the I:-. e-day I
vention of the National Commun-
ity Relations tdvisorj Council, co
i rdinating body oi six nation...
Jewish organizations and 72 Jew-
ish COmmunit) council- in maim
American cities,
The NCRAC named as their
chairman Aaron Goldman, busi-
nessman of Washington, D.C. He
succeeds Lewis H. Weinstein, of
Boston.
The report said that "the vol-
ume of anti-Semitic literature in
circulation and the frequency of
anti-Semitic utterances Increased
somewhat during the past year.
chiefly in the general context of
ihe racial confrontation." It at-
Iributed the increase of anti-Jew-
ish propaganda to such organiza-
tions as the Ku Klux Klan. ex-
tremist right-wing segregationist
novements and George Lincoln
Rockwell whose organisations are
ii filtrated with all type- oi bigots,
making the Jew target.
Gratification was expressed by
the NCRAC that the campaigns
by hate groups did not receive
much attention in the public
media. The report said that evi-
dence continues to prove that
"anti-Semitic hostility is at an
ebb." It was anticipated that
such controversial issues as the
proposed Becker Amendment,
which would restore prayer in
the public schools, and the
Broadway production of "The
Continued on Page 9-A


Pobe 2-A
* Je* 1$i> fkridliairi
Friday. July 3, jg,
- -
Academy Plans
Hebrew Junior
High Program
Hebrew Acalemy of Greater
Miami announces a Hebrew
.tudies Junior High School pro-
gram commencing Aug. 31.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the school, said that
ihe program will be open to stu-
dents who have completed six
years of elementary school who
seek an accelerated, integrated
program of Hebrew and general
biudies. School sessions are held
Monday through Friday, from
8:20 a.m. to 3:35 p.m.
He further stated that the
general studies program fol-
lows the curriculum of the
Dade County Board of Public
Instruction and includes the
following subjects: English,
Science, Mathematics, Social
Studies, Physical Training,
Art, Music and Speech.
The Hebrew studies program
offers a specialized and enriched
program designed to provide the
student with a broad knowledge
<'l Torah. Prophets. Jewish His-
tory, the Hebrew language and
Jewish literature.
Louis Merwitzer. president of
the school, said that many par-
ents in the Dade County area
have requested the Academy's
officials to institute the curricul-
um for those students who have
not had the opportunity to at-
tend the Academy during their
elementary years. He said that
the Board of Admissions will ex-
tend consideration to ;'ble and
Reserving applicants.
Albert Pallot Erected Vice President
Of B'nai B'rith Supreme Lodge
U.S. Naval Reserve, he ,,
patran of the Order of the E,.<
em Star and member of %
Board of Governors of tk
American Legion.
Miami Attorney E. Albert Pal- tal, and last April was presented
lot was elected vice president of with
t
Pallot will be installed into kul
asi April was i-; new office as vice DrcMdl, J
Volunteer of Valor ,he Suprcme Jj f" dent J
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. ALBERT PALLOT
BUI to Bonn Parliament
BONN' (WNS) A bill daajgn
ed to spur government action in
restrait of activities of West Ger-
man scientists in the production
of rockets and missiles in Egypt
was submitted to Parliament this
week by the opposition Social
Democrats. Also under censidera
tion was the suggestion of an
amendment to the West German
constitution which would permit
cancellation of travel documents
of nationals engaged in arms pro-
duction in sensitive overseas areas.
Rabbi Podet
Takes Pulpit
In Waco, Tex.
Rabbi Mordecai Podet has
been called to be spiritual leader
ol Temple Rodef Sholom. of
Waco. Tex., a classic Reform
congregation established over 60
years ago.
The Temple recently complet-
ed a $800,000 sanctuary and is
presently undergoing further ex-
pansion. Its award winning
architecture has drawn wide al
tent ion, and it is considered to
be the architecturally outstand-
ing public building in Waco, at-
tracting sightseers irom through-
cut the state, according to Rab-
bi Podet.
Rabbi Podet, who is a chap-
lain in the U.S. Naval Reserve,
is now en active duty with the
U.S. Marine Corps. Upon
completion of his tour of duty,
he and his family will go west
in time for him to take up his
duties in Waco by Aug. 1.
Mrs. Podet is director of the
United Hias Service office in the
Cuban Refugee Center. They
have two children, Ethan 9 and
Eve 4.
Eor the past three years. Rab-
bi Podet has been with Temple
Judea in Coral Gables.
humanitarian affairs.
He is past president of Sholem
Lodge of B'nai B'rith and past
president of District S. A past
master of Hibiscus and Coconut
Grove Masonic Lodges, and a
past exalted ruler of the Miami
Elks, he was Monday named
chairman of Miami's Beautifica-
tion Committee.
Pallot is an honorary life mem-
ber of the Miami Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce He has been
an assistant attorney general of
Ihe State ol Florida and a spec-
ial lecturer in law at the Univer-
sity of Miami.
He is a vice president and trus-
tee of Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
Savings Institute Convenes
Florida Southeastern Chapter
2!i of the American Savings and
Loan Institute held Its sixth an-
nual graduation banquet last
week in the Mediterranean Room
of the Doral Beach Hotel. The
American Savings and Loan In
stitute is the national educational
and professional organization serv-
ing the savings and loan business.
Catherine II Fahringer is presi-
dent el Ihe chapter.
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Orthodoxy Hit on Vatican Contacts
[ :n J. Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah Conqre-
r.tic will serve as guide for the annual Bar and Bas Mitz-
jh tc -r to Israel. He is shown congratulating Emily Hess
I Shelley Labaton (left), and Michael Labaton, Beth )
I indents who will participate in the trip.
fn Torah
.udents Off
In Israel Tour
Bible Class Organized
Rabbi s T. Swirsky, of the Is-
lite Center, has inaugurated a
scussion class in the Bible- based
i. the Sidrah of the week, meet-
ing each Saturday afternoon trom
5s, daughter of Mr. and =, ;10 t g:3o p.m.
Hess, and Shelly and_____________.
\ i baton, daughter and
and Mrs Isaac Labaton,
i: i h Congregation Religious
inn idents, will Join Abraham
G <>n. educational direc-
i wife. Shulamit. on the
fciual Bar Mitzvah tour to Is-
| sponsored nationally by the
M ,v,,u> for Israel. A University uf Miami ]uni((I,
\.; ee will join 123 students Judith Birenbaum. of 6835 Rue
m all over the country and leave Versailles Miami Beach, is one of
,m W. York on July 6 lor the participating in Bran-
hour, '.on-stop flight to Israel. r r
they will spend seven dels University s fourth annual
Beach Student
Leaves for Israel
With Brandeis Unit
Jacob Hiatt Institute in Israel.
lere
ok- touring the country.
who was Bas Mitzvah The students, representing 10
-i November, has completed is. colleges and universities, de-
re y& of Hebrew studies and parted from Kennedy Intonation-
rticipated in graduation exer- ;! Airport on Tuesday alter a
I.-.'- tl June She formerly -endoil dinner at New York's
jrved i secretary of the Student Sheraton-East Hotel. Brandeis
tngrepation and i- a member of Dean of Students Kermit Morris-
| i lub of the synagogue. sey spoke at the dinner on mat-
.... lers relating to the program and
S v il enter her lifth year
ii u i) ble in Israel
i!. and observe her Has
itzval i the fall. She has been The six-month program, con
act member of the student ducted by members ol the Bran-
ii. an Honor Roll stu- dels faculty offers students ol all
a member of the Young races and creeds the opportunitj
to live in Jerusalem while learn-
iis ih Hebrew and
Continued from Page 1-A
group research specialists to ex-
amine Christian teachings to un-
derstand that such material con-
tained material reinforcing that
stereotype, the statement said
that "tiiis centuries-old problem"
as first projected as a subject
lor scientific analysis 30 years
ago. At that time, the AJCommit-
nuttee suggested to Protestant
leaders a series of self-studies of
church and Sunday school teach-
n g materials
"Out of this suggestion have
i ome historic findings, first un-
der the aegis ol Drew University,
Liter at Yale Divinity School." the
statement said. "Early in 1963,
Yale L'niversltj Press published
Faith and Prejudice' bj Dr Bern-
hard Olson, the report ol Yale's
i \ en year project in this field
Only recentlj a report on a par-
allel self-study of Catholic teach-
at SI Louis University was
teleased and i- already havini
ifound influence."
The statement said that a sim-
ilar purpose motivated the or-
ganization's establishment in
1961 of a chair in intergroup re-
lations at the International Uni-
versity for Social Studies, "Pro
Deo," in Rome, the first in a
European Catholic high learning
institution.
Asserting that the movement to-
..id critical sell-examination by
religious groups of the impact ol
their teachings on other groups
was "in part, traceable" to the
AJCommittee's "pioneer work."
.Mr. Abram said that "a great im-
petus" \va- given to that move-
ment by the advent of Pope John
XXIII and the convening of the
Vatican Council," and particular-
ly through the efforts Of Cardinal
i.ea. head of the Secretariat for
the Promotion ol Christian Unity,
V ho prepared the draft on Cath-
olic-Jewish relations
"Shortly after the announce-
menl of the convening of the Vat
ican Council in Rome, the Ameri
Jewish Committee was invit-
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ed by high Church officials to
submit, out of its long background
.:iid experience in this field, prac-
tical suggestions for improving
Catholic-Jewish relations Draw
ing on its own studies, on sub
Stantial research by its own stall.
;:n ncnt scholars and rabbis repi e
renting Orthodox, Conservativi
and Reform Jewish viewpoints, the
Committee prepared and submitted
t w o comprehensive. scholar!)
memoranda to one ol the prepara-
tory commissions of the Vatican
Council. A third memorandum.
! repared by an eminent American
.lewish schqlar and professor ol
.i leading Jewish theological sem-
inary, was subsequently submit
ted, aiso by invitation from Cath
die authorities in Rome," Mr
Abrams added.
"The Committee's memoranda
pointed to practical problems
and documented them with
specific illustrations," the AJC
statement stressed. "We did
not, as some of our critics in the
rabbinate have recently suggest-
ed, look to enter into areas of
theology nor blur the distinctive
religious character of each faith
community.
"On the contrary, we emphasiz
ei. the social, psychological, and
human relations consequences ol
-.pacific statements found in edu-
cational, liturgical and homiletic
materials, quoting extensively
from Catholic sources Our em-
phasis on human relations con-
cerns earned our documents the
Approval ol an Orthodox Rabbi
with whom they were shared, as
well as with Conservative and Re-
form Rabbis, and prominent uni-
versity scholars.
"These documents were among
matters discussed in late March.
!%3 when Cardinal Be a met with
Jewish religious leaders including
the rabbinate at the American
Jewish Committees institute of
Human Relations In New York
\t this meeting were a group of
lutstanding Orthodox, Conserva-
tive, and Reform Rabbis, in their
caoacits as individuals, along
with members of Cardinal Bea'S
entourage and officers of Pro i>eo
University in Rome.
"The American Rabbis who at-
tended included faculty members
ol the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of American, the then pre.
dent of the Rabbinical Assembly
ol America, the president ol a
leading Orthodox Jewish univer-
sity, the then president of the
Synagogue Council of America,
und the then president of the Cen-
tral Conference ol American I
i is
"Earlier, consultations had
been held with a leading Ortho-
cVx scholar at Yeshiva Univer-
sity, the President of the World
Union of Progressive Judaism,
Professor of Jewish history at
Columbia and Harvard Univer-
sities, the President of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
or Religion and one of its dis-
tinguished faculty members, and
the President of Yeshiva Uni-
versity.
"The American Jewish Commit-
tee's concern for relationships be-
Iween Catholics and Jews has at
, all times been based upon its
competence and long experience
in intergroup relation.-: moreover,
where useful it has collaborated
\.ith. or drawn upon, the expertise
ul scholars and leaders who have
made important contributions to
I the cause of Christian-Jewish re-
lations in various parts of the
world.
Thus the criticism of our ac-
tiviites as being involved in
"areas of theology'" is unfounded.
If at any time theological matters
. ntered into the consideration
Jewish theological scholars of re-
nown were consulted."
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f. Virginia Silverberq makes presentation of the Max Silver-
Sportsmanship Award to Iirael Porush. ninth grade grad-
ig student at the Hebrew Academy. Looking on is Mark
srberg, her son, and fifth grade student at the Academy.
Silverberg established the award, which is presented
kually in memory of her husband, late vice president and
>ted worker at the school.
ws Warn They Intend
o Retaliate in Argentina
[Continued from Pag* 1 A
led to meet with Antonio Car-
Caggiano, Archbishop of
fcos Aires, about Nazi-style
(lings in churches.
meeting at which Col. Laciar
what the DAIA called a
pal Nazi speech took place on
fntmr Flag Day, a national
lay. It was held by members
he Guardia Restaurojora Na-
usta. Dressed in Nazi-style.
)articipanrs swore loyalty to
Nazi principles in the Nucs-
Scnora Church of Buenos
tn. Oliva's statement to the
, which he published as an
letter in local newspapers.
fckctl Zionism as virtually the
k nl all the evill Argentine
jow suffering. He charged
the "daily provocations" of
[DAIA "exceed the limits of
Utility."
e former commander of the
oba Air garrison declared
thai "the Jewish common-
; which you represent forgets
duties towards the nation
ch received it so generously,
time has arrived to remind
co-religionists that they do
| tread on conquered land.
not misunderstand our
lian patience and do not get
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Scheduled i~ ;i showing of "The
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W. Blechman, fund-raiasing chair
man.
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Germany Wants Atomic Laboratory
erroneous ideas. A sleeping lion
is not a dead lion." Following
this "introduction." the retired
officer said that "with the double
weapons of Masonry and Commun-
ism, Zionism has started its ac-
tion." Accusing the DAIA ot
having "infiltrated its Zionist co-
nationals in all important Govern-
ment positons. Gen. Oliva charged
that President Illia "only sym-
bolically presides over a govern-
ment managed by Zionists." lie
also complained about "Zionist
tyranny" over the press, television
and literature. The letter was
published in several dames.
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
1 read with great interest Maur-I
, ice Goldring's letter to the editor
in the June 19 issue about the
German scientists' activities in
Egypt. The points cited by him
are valid ones; but for the sake
oi objectivity. I would like you to
publish my reaction, as well.
i
The question of stopping Ger-
many from tacitly approving nu-
clear research in Egypt is a dif-
fieult one to approach. The main
obstacle to the solution is Ger-
many's own interest in the knowl-
edge being accumulated in Egypt
by her scientists. This may well
explain the reluctance and the i
procrastination shown by Bonn
lor any meaningful censure to-
ward these scientists.
Germany still has difficult
political role in our contempor-
ary world, where all her moves
are carefully watched and her
spiritual atmosphere continual-
ly gauged. Thus, she had to
show the greatest reluctance to
the rebirth of a new German
Army; she has to contribute the
biggest supply of troops to the
NATO forces; and in various
ways must prove herself over
and over to a still suspicious
world. Notwithstanding all this,
she cannot or will not turn a
deaf ear to events around her.
Soon France, Germany's next
door neighbor, will join the nu-
clear club, alongside the U.S.,
Russia, and England. This would
leave Germany the only major
power in Europe without a nu-
clear capacity and little devel-
opment in this area in which she
was one of the first to pioneer.
I or various reasons, Germany
cannot afford to neglect this area
?nd be completely dependent on
the other powers.
It would be inconceivable for
Germany overtly to engage in a
program of nuclear development
without arousing universal reac-
tion from both sides of the Iron
Curtain. But world opinion is not
the only factor that influences
Germany's actions. Russia, which
is most distrustful of Germany,
and with right, would not tolerate
p-ny such development and would
most probably take some definite
action; and Russia is id such a
position that arouses much re-'
sped due its stand on Berlin and
Last Germany.
Needless to say. any action by
Russia is considered highly unde-
sirable. Therefore, what bet c
opportunity th;in the one that i
ents itself in Egypt, where G
many can do her nuclear reseat
with relative immunity.
The ideal approach to
would be to deal with Germ a 1}
and Egypt in the light of I
spirit generated by the test bid
treaty. Germany's motives shot I
he exposed and pressure bioiu it
to bear from both East and Wi -
For if there is one thing we can
count on both sides to agree
i is that neither wants to see t
nuclear club grow and certainty1
not number Germany among
members.
HANOCH ZAHA.
Miami Beach
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Fiidcy. Juiy
Prague in Belated Homagt
To Novelist Franz Kafka
Arthur Courshon, of Washington Federal Sav- Citizens Association of Miami Beach, in whose
ings and Loan Association, leceives a check name the presentation was made. Left to
for S100 for the John F. Kennedy Memorial right are Joseph Dube, treasurer; Theodore
Library at Harvard University. Courshon Heller, president; Dr. James Austin, chairmen
(seated) accepts the check from Mrs. Lena of the board; Mrs. Mintzes; and Mrs. Max
Mintzes, honoiary life president of the Senior Thurston, first vice president.
Students Off
To Hebrew Camp
For the Summer
"Hakeh et Hakadur." Hebrew
for "hit the ball," will In one ol
most familiar phrases at ramp
Raman, the Hebrew speaking
ramp of the I'nited Synagogue of
America, which four North Miami
Beach students ol B< th Torah Con
gation will be attending this
rummer
Jane, daughter oi Mr and Mrs
'"hur Hirschbcrg; Joel, son ol
Mr, and Mrs Seymour Shweky;
Vndrew, son oi Mr. and Mrs Solo
Sandier; and sanford, son
"f Mr. and Mrs, Irving Kuttler,
i selected bj the congregation
participate in an intensive
i ght-week program to be held at
Lake Como, \ v where a full
camping program is supnlemented
by all activities conducted in He
blew
Jane has been an Honor Roll
student each year at Beth Torah,
served this pas) year as president
ol the .student Congregation and
- a member of the Young Judaea
Israel danee group.
Sanford ha> been rabbi of the
Student Congregation durum the
past year and received an inten
Sive txlueation in Hebrew ,,t th.
Hebrew Academy. He also was
clso Torah reader in the advanced
Sroup.
Andrew has held positions as
officers in the student Congrega-
tion and the Synagogue Tcen-A^r
( ongregation.
Joel has been active in the
school for the past three yean
received scholarship award- and
is a member of Young Judaea.
Two Miami area men have been elected officers of the Florida
Optometric Association at the just-ended convention in Jack-
sonville. New FOA President Dr. Robert I. Greenberg, Talla-
hassee, congratulates Dr. Jack B. Wolfe, of Opa-locka, who
was selected as third vice president for 1964-65, while Dr.
Emanuel Pushkin, Miami, new first vice president, looks on.
Local Eye Men Named Chairmen
Three local optometrists have They are Dr. William Julius,
been named chairmen of key com- Miami. Committee on Hypnosis;
mittes in the Florida Optometric i Dr. Sanford L. Ziff. Miami. Oc-
Association, Dr Robert I. Green-, cupational Viston; and Dr. Jack
berg, president announced this! B. Wolfe. Opa-locka. Social and
week.
Health Care Trends
Committee appointments made
by Dr. Greenberg include Dr.
Frederick Bergman. Miami Beach.
Hypnosis and Social and Health
Care Trends; Dr. Wolfe. Public
Information; Dr. Stanley Wall-
man. Hialeah, Assistance to Grad-
uates; Dr. Kmanuel Pushkin.
Miami. Long Range Planning,
Budget and Vocational Guidance;
, and Dr. LeRoy Diamond. North
I Miami Beach, Interprofessional
Relations.
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TV Station Gets
Two A wards Here
Sidney Ansin, president ol
W( KT Ch. 7. was in New York
last week to accept a national
award from the All American Con-
lerence to Combat Communism.
The award was for soocial ex
cellence in the 1963 Vigilant Pa-
triot Recognition Awards Pro
gram for Parts VI and VII of
The Red Star" documentaries
produced by WCKT on British
(iuiana's Premier Cheddi .lagan
and Communism in the Caribbean.
WCKT was also recently honor
ed by the National Conference
< f Christians and Jews for its new
documentaries. The American
Way" and "IntegrationFlorida's
Conflict Ahead." Parts I and II.
The television station also re-
ctived the George Washington
Honor .Medal presented by the
Freedoms Foundation for the news
documentary- program, "The
American Way." Sam Powers,
chairman of the Dade County Bar
Asociation's Kducation Commit-
tee Against Communism, made the
presentation to Wayne Fariss, the
station's news commentator.
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to the late Jewish writer. Franz
h;itka. m a ceremony described
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ed hero from the Czechoslovak
i apital
The ceremony was held at the
opening of > large exhibition of
documents, photographs, manu
scripts anil letters about Kafka's
life He died in 1924. at 41. Until
lat year, the official Communist
attitude towards Kafka was that
he represented 'lourgeois decad
dice' ind "co-mopolitimsm "
The principal guest was Max
Brod, Kafka's life-long friend
and editor who flew to Prague
from his home in Tel Aviv. Mr.
Brod, with tears in his eyes, de-
scribed his late friend as hav-
ing had "a positive attitude to-
ward life." He recalled that
Kafka was one of the 20th Cen-
tury's first writers to deal with
the forces of alienation and
loneliness which.affect man, but
stressed that Kafka had "a joy-
ful nature," being intensely in-
terested m sport and the thea-
ter.
Thi -H md speaker was Edward
Goldstuecker, C zc chos lovakia'a
leading authority on Kafka. l>r
Goldstuecker was recently releas-
ed from prison after serving <
entence as co-defendi.r 0
executed Czech-Jew ,-l
leader Rudolph Sl.m k
convited during the -
"Slansky Purge trials
Dr Goldstuecker lt;
the exhibition which wai attn
by high ranmng Minis!
tore officials meant that 'he
munist regime had rulh. rci
tated Kafka.
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AT DISTRICT 5 CONVENTION
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Sholem Lodge Gets 7 Awards
izle Ner Tamid sets up a Youth Commis-
,1 lor the ensuing year undei the direction of
[new youth and education director, Bruce
hman. Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Dper, Rabbi Euaene Labovitz, Bruce Rich-
i, Maurice L. Zaretsky. Mrs. Don Pricha-
Mrs. George Reese, Mrs. Shirley Wilner.
> t)
Standinq are Mrs. Maurice L. Zaretsky, Mur-
ray A. Shaw, president of Nei Tamid, Harry
Holtzman, Mrs Yvonne Burkholtz, D. Dale Re-
gent, chairman, Mrs. Ralph Mervis and Mrs.
Michael Horwitz. Not shown are Mrs. Sam-
uel Pearlman, Mrs. Grace Wilson and Dr.
Michael Horwitz.
\<
Cedars Reveals
Blood Program
San ford K. Bronstein. adminis-
trator of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, announces the formation of
ci blood program headed by Ray-
mond R. Grossman, assistant ad-
ministrator.
Donations of blood will be re-
ceived in the name of employees.
Women's Auxiliary, and volunteer
staff of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital in order that blood be avail-
able for any contributor-member
or his immediate dependents when
needed.
Each hospital department will
be represented at meetings to
regulate the program. Periodic
reports of total blood contribut-
ed will be announced, along
wtih the names of participants
and blood credit balances.
Any employee, member of the
women's Auxiliary in good stand
; ing, or hospital trained volunteer
is eligible in the hospital's blood
i program Membership is for one
year from the date the blood is
. donated. An affiliate of the hos
pital can become a member of the
, program by donating a pint of
blood in his own name, or by ob-
taining a gift of blood for his
credit.
Blood donors must have normal
endOCf. has been'elected prcs.1 siegendorf'was a Special Assist-! &<** health, weigh over 115
t of the Alumni Association ot' ant Attorney General in Tallahas- j pounds and be between 21 and 60
Alpha Delta Legal Fratern- see during the last session of the >ears old. Donors 18 to 20 years
'State Legislature, and now serves ot age must have written per-'
will direct the activities of as legal assistant to Judge Mai-; mission from parent or guardian.
500 members of the Dade iorv llorton. of the District Court' Eight weeks must have elapsed
nty Chapter, including many ol Appeal. He has been named between donations of blood
Greater Miami's most promi- legal counsel to the Dade County Active members in the blood
It attorneys Young Democratic Club, and plans | bank will be supplied with full
[he election of the 26-year-old to enter private practice in Au- J tlood requirements in event of
hospitalization at Cedars of Leba
non Hosptial. For persons hos-
pitalized outside of Cedars, the
administrator and blood program
officials will decide each case. The
program covers replacement of
Marvin Pearlman. president of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'nth. an
pounced that sholem Lodge was
presented with seven awards at
the B'nal B'rkh District yive con-
ention in Durham. N.C on June
23
The following received awards:
Marvin Pearlman, outstanding
Ben B'rith citation award to
manifold activities in 'he work
>l R'nai B'rith;" William C.
Thompson, for work in the Employ
the Hindicapped program; Eli
Hurwitz, for work in the B'nai
B'rith youth program; Judge Mil-
ton A. Friedman, for work in lead
11 ship training program.
In addition, the lodge received
awards for each ot the follow-
ing: excellent lodge bulletin,
work with its handicapped Boy
Scout troop, excellent record in
fund-raising activities for the na-
tional B'nai B'rith programs.
Members of Sholem Lodge at
the convention included E. Albeit
I'allot. who was elected as Su-
preme Lodgr vice president, the
h.ghest office obtainable in Dis-
trict Five, and Judge Milton A
Friedman electee! national com-
missioner to the Anti-Defamation
League
Both were elected delegates to
the Supreme Lodge triennial con-
vention in Israel in May. 19ti5
Also attending were Ell Hur-
witz. director of B'nai B'rith
Council of South Florida Lodges;
Sidney II Palmer, president of
Florida State Federation of B'nai
I, rith Lodges; Marvin Pearlman,
president of Sholem Lodge; Har-
rj Schwartz. William G. Thump
son and Herman Binder.
Piotkin Leaves
Miami 'Y'
Charles Piotkin, director of the
Miami V'MllA Branch, is resi
ing alter seven years with the
Gre iter Miami "Y" to lake the
position of executive director of
Communit) Activities. Jewish
Community Council. Tulsa, okla..
it was announced by Kliaim H.
Gale, executive director.
Piotkin will be leavinv for his
new post upon the termination of
his duties as director of Camp
Ma-Ka-Bee, the Miami "Y" Day
lamp, in August.
He joined the staff Oi the "Y"
in the fall of 1957 as supervisor
of the group work program the
agency was then conducting at the
Jewish Home for the Aged and in
4 number of synagogues. Alter
two years in this project, he was
appointed director of the Senior
Citizens Department, which he oc-
cupied for two and a half years.
In the spring of 1962. he was as-
signed as Miami Branch director.
lurice) "Doc" Klein, Americanism Committee chairman,
fcanii Beach Elks Lodge 1601. presents medals to Harry Peters
id Linda Augenstein, sixth grade students at the Hebrew
:ademy, for winning the annually-sponsored "What De-
lociacy Means to Me" Essay contest._______________
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By: EDWARD COHEN
An Israeli's 'Cactus' Spirit in Coconut Grove
"Who*! Afraid
of Virginia
Woolf?" Zev Buf-
man is. that's
who. The 32-
year-old Israeli
.itive. who has turned the Co-
. mut Grove Playhouse into a
nash success from its gho-t
eatrc status, is negotiating for
fall presentation of the Broad-
ny hit with some trepidation
id with rea.-on.
'This area just aoe-m t go for
riou> drama. They keep ask-
g lor it. but they won't sup-
>rt it The serious stuff sound*
_ jod when you talk about it. but
doesn't 'how up in the box ot-
ce. Take Broadway; for the
-t few years only the comerlie-
ve really been great successes,
"Plays like 'Waiting for Go
dot' are death here, although
hat's the kind of play I love.
f it were produced at the
Grove, I'd get nasty letters
my subscribers are letter writ-
es, too."
With a built-in subscription list
at snaps up hall the eat.- even
fore the first new-paper i I
rtisements appear. Bufman is
-nperiy sensitive to what sells
it the Playhouse
Old Movie Stars
Move stars in a play just
Mint automatical^ make a SUC-
KS, older stars, that is. The
eople who come to plays down
ere average about 10 years old
r than any place eNe. so names
l ke Waller Pidgeon, Eleanor
llliams and Walter Slezak. even
u they aren't big in movies any
i-lore, are big in Miami. This
.immer. I'm having Tallulah
ankhead. .loan Blonrtell and
Martha Raye. and it doesn't
latter what they're playing;
ley're good names.
"But TV names are no good.
eople couldn't care less for
Hal March when he played
nere, and some of the others I
d."
Bufman is not committed com-
letely to the movie star-corn
dy formula. "Im looking i..r
nod plays with a lavi-h theme.
About half my subscribers are
ewish I suspect, and they will
me to see serious plays
"I hope to bring Menash
ulnik in next winter with 'Seirl-
tann and Son', althoi h Mena-
M v.mts to be here this sum-
ler. 1 know he'd do much bet
er with it at the hei [hi of the
'ason if he ian't tied up on
road'.va) "
Monster Broadway
Broadway is a "mon.-ter" to
Bufman who. with Stan Seiden,
leases or owns n theatres now.
most of them in California. "We
reduced a smash hit which play-
UV BUfMAN
eye on tht public
ed a year in Lo. Angeles, and
then 1 brought it to Broadwa)
with David Merrick a- co pro
ducer. and it closed in a week
New York audiences are the
world, and their sophistication i>
on a different level. But 1 also
suspect there's a hostility on the
part ot the critics to anything
coming out of Hollywood."
Another Bufman invasion ot
Broadway last season was turn
ed back with "brutal notices."
"Fair Game for Lovers." which
premiered at the Grove, was a
great success here despite the
New York Times' observation
that "It is a witless and humor-
less play that pretends to be
naughty." The young producer
isn't worried about it :it all.
"If I can make a Broadway
hit one out of six times, that's
good. The Playhouse is going
to become a major try-out
theatre prior to Broadway be-
cause I am able to offer pro-
ducers a limited risk deal. I
also insist on a percentage of
the Broadway porduction. Our
last summer presentation will
be 'The Absence of a Cello,'
with Fred Clark, and that will
go into the Cort Theatre from
here."
At 17 the youngest lieutenant
in the Israel Army as the result
of a battlefield commission, Bui
man -:l 21 was in this country
Studying the movie business with
an eye toward building a pro
duction studio in Israel where hi-
lather. Montreal, now his gen-
eral manager, owned : chain "t
niouo houses
Boy from Israel
lint there wire more thir -
to be concerned about in Israel
in the '50's than making movies,
so that fell through." he saj -
He continued his studies at
Los Angeles City College, learn
ing every phase ot the business
and "making fabulous amounts
of money a- a hit actor in the
movies. In those days in Holly-
wood it helped being the boj
fi"!!i Israel.' I got mj Master's
degree in directing the 'Glass
Menagerie' and w< n some col-
lege competitions th.it attracted
notice "
"I Mas associated with the
production ot \ Hole in the
Head.' which was a big hit in
L.A., and when the producer got
sick, I handled the whole busi-
ness I made enough money to
take o\er the Ivar The itre and
also the Civic Playhouse in Los
Angeli S, u huh we now
About 'he same time, i opened
the lirsl cabaret theatre in
California and that was a suc-
cess
Now we have five theatres
in the Los Angeles-Hollywood
UM Orchestra Names Rosenker
Dr. William F. Lee. new Dean
ol Music at the University ol
Miami, and Dr Fabien Sevitzy,
director and conductor ol the Uni
versify ot Miami Symphony Or
chestra. announce the engage-
ment oi Michael Rosenker as con
certmaster ol the Universitj oi
Miami Orchestra.
Rosenker i- presently concert
master ot the Baltimore Symphony
Orchestra He was lor 20 assist
ant concertmaster of the New York
Philharmonic Symphony Orches-!
Ira and concertmaster of the Phil-
harmonic's summer concerts at
LewiNohn Stadium in New York.
Rosenker has also been concert-
master of the Pittsburgh Sym-
phony Orchestra and the Metro-
politan Opera Orchestra. He ha-
given numerous recitals in Car-
negie Hall and Town Tall, N.Y.
He ha- appeared a- soloist with
'I. \ew York Philharmonic. Pitts
I urgh Symphonj and othei li
ing orchestras, performing under
the baton ol such conductors as
ii I B( rnsti:; Bi n i M ilti
Sir Adrian Boult, Sii |
Be< ch im, Pierre Monteux, Chat
Munch, George Szell and i
Reiner
'' scnkl r a- horn it, i),!,...,,
and received h:- musical train
at the st Peti rsbui servatory
""ler Petet Stoliarskj and i
pold Auer. Following In. debut
;i >"'"i-'. he was hailed a- a
child prodigy and at the age ol
14, made a concert tour ot major
European cities and the Far East
A few years later, he was appoint-
ed head of the Violin Department
ol the Rotterdam Conservators in
Holland
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"fJenisti fkriafct/n
Page 9-A.
Pius Believed Reports Exaggerated
'early birds" shown registering for Temple Emanu-El's
ler Day Camp and wondering who their counselors will
Hce Tod Weinkle. Suzanna Brown, Louis Rosenblatt. Kath-
Brown and camp director, Milton Feinstein, Miami Beach
jr High School coach. The youngsters will compete in
iests, American and Israeli folk dances, athletic contests
[other stimulating activities. Their counselors are either
lers or college students, and their junior counselors are
n Beach High School seniors.
acial Crisis in U.S. Seen
eightening Anti-Semitism
Continued 'rom Page 1-A
fy," a play critical of the
Pope Piu* XII in remaining
it on the persecution of the
s by the Nazis, might have
loeed some anti-Jewish ot-
MM.
>espite the intensity ot the
roversy that raged over the
The Deputy." it remained
ally free ot religious bigotry,"
NCR AC" reported to the con-
tion. "Even bitter controversj
the Becker Amendment, not-
standim; it< emotionalism.
luced no significant anti-Sem-
Cfiarges even from quarters
re they might have been ex-
eel to develop."
Y0 ral>!>.- espressed the view
the Catholic attitude toward
re Men Off
Convention
r. Arthur Heliman. president
rthe Dade County Optometric
lation. heads a delegation
fccal men attending the 67th
jnl Congress of the Amen
Optomet Association,
Ring in Ne York"s Hilton
fl this week
legates from the Dade Coun-
area indue Dra Emanuel
ikin. Jack Wolfe. Robert
niT. John Lexow, Bernard
^yel and Stanley Wallnian.
i'V'>"!i' .i ldre-s at the open-
H session will be given by for
^f Honda Cov. LeRoy Collins,
president ot the National
Delation ol '.'.roadcastcr-
Jews is a problem of Christian
conscience which must be solved
by the Church through its delib-
erations at the Ecumenical Coun-
cil or by other actions. Rabbi
Max Routtenberg, president of the
i;abbinical Assembly (Conserva-
tive), and Rabbi Shubcrt Spcro,
member of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America (Orthodox), ex-
pressed the opinion that Ameri-
ca's Jewish community should not
i resa the Vatican for the adop-
tion of the proposed Schema on
Jews and religious liberty.
Rabbi Routtenberg said that
adoption of the statement was
something that the Catholic
Church would have to work out
on its own and that if the Coun-
cil at its next session "finds it
impossible" to present a clear
and forthright statement on
Jews or on religious liberty
"that is a matter for the con-
science of Christian church-
men."
Rabbi Spero said it was up to
the Church to "modify or correct'"
teachings which have "'tor cen-
turies bred and encouraged hos-
tility toward the Jew "
Roth rabbis agreed thai failure
li| the Ecumenical Council to
adopt the Catholic-Jew isl) draft
would not lessen the desire lor
Catholic-Jewish cooperation and
both lauded the late Pop"e John
XXIII for his initiative tor a new
era in such interrcligious coopera-
ton and lor preparing the founda-
lion for the discussion of such re-
1; lions now before the Ecumenical
i ouncil.
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
late Pope Pius felt in 1943 that
Nazi anti-Jewish atrocities were
being exaggerated by the Allies
and stated that "when talking of
atrocities he could not name the
Nazis without at the same time
mentioning the Bolsheviks" which
might displease the Allies, accord-
ing to official Slate Department
documents made public this week.
The Pope was quoted by Harold
II. Tittman. assistant to Myron C.
Taylor, personal representative of
President Roosevelt to the Vati-
can, in a dispatch sent Jan. 5.
IMS, from U.S. Minister Leland
Harrison in Berne. Switzerland, to
the Secretary of State.
Describing his meeting with
the Pope, Tittman said the Pope
"stated that he 'feared' that
there was foundation for the
1 atrocity reports of the Allies but
led me to believe that he felt
that there had been some exag-
geration for purposes of propa-
ganda."
Diplomatic documents of 1942
had already disclosed that the
, I'nited States.'" make public one-
Franklin D. Roosevelt s personal
representatives at the Va'.ican.
joined other Governments in urg-
ing the Pope to speak out against
the "incredible horrors" commit-
ted by the Nazis against Poles and
others as well as Jews. Volume
II of the 1913 papers, in a series
entitled "Foreign Relations of the
United states." makes public one
more document on the subject.
Tittman. in his report, said that
he had a 40 minute Interview with
the Pope. The conversation turn
ed to the Pope's 1942 Christmas
message issued the week before:
"With regard to his Christmas
message." Tittman wrote, "the
lope gave me the impression that
he was sincere in believing that
he had spoken clearly enough to
satisfy ail those who had been in-
sisting in the past that he utter
some word of condemnation of the
Nazi atrocities and he seemed sur-
prised when 1 told him that I
thought there were some who did
not share his belief.
"The Pope said he thought
that it was -plain to everyone
that he was referring to the
Poles, Jews and hostages when
he declared that hundreds ef
persons had been killed or tor-
tured through no fault of their
own, sometimes only because of
their race or nationality," Mr.
Tittman stated in his report.
"He explained that when talk
Ing of atrocities he could not
name the Nazis without at the
same time mentioning the Bolshe-
viks and this he thought might
not be wholly pleasing to the Al-
lies
"He stated that he "feared' that
there was foundation for the
atrocity reports of the Allies, but
led me to believe that he felt that
there had been some exaggera-
tion for purpose of propaganda."
Tittman wrote, quoting the Pope.
"Taken as a whole, he thought his
"message should be welcomed by
the American people and I agreed
with him. Tittman said.
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By Special Report
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the German Social Democratic
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with a Jewish delegation here for
the purpose of hearing American
Jewish views on current trials of
Nazi criminals in Germany. The
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man and executive secretary of '
the Jewish Labor Committee,
Adolph Held and Benjamin Taba-
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The Jewish leaders informed
Brandt that there was deep con-
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Jewish coemmunity at the "out-
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personally responsible for the mur-
der of thousand- of Jews, includ-
ing women and babies, being
lightly tapped on the wrists by
sentences of five to ten years, and
in gome cases no imprisonment
at a0."
The meeting, which took place
at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel here,
was described by the Jewish lead-
ers as being "'blunt in language
but friendly in atmosphere." They '
reported that in the course of their.
conversations. Willy Brandt indi-
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with their views and would do
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ANSWERS POLITICAL CHALLENGE
Israel Pavilion at World's Fair
Retaliates Against Jordan Mural
MHA senior citizens are honored by the Greater Miami Jew-
sh Federation for participation and support of the four "Y"
Senior Citizen Clubs in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal
ampcign. Makinq the presentation of award certificates is
-ierschel Rosenthal (left), president of the Greater Miami "Y."
vith the four club representatives shown from left to riqht:
Abraham Berrin, Miami Branch; William Kimmel, North Coun-
/ Branch; Mary Applebaum, Beach Branch; and Lillian Brock.
- outhwest Branch.
Eshkol in Top Diplomatic
Talks With Gen. DeGsulle
Continued from Page 1-A
:ii He Gaulle, however, which
lowed, .i- the most significant
. the day's events
The talk with .\! Pompidou in-
\ ived concrete problems of
anco Israeli cooperation in a
mber of fields While the Esh-
I I vi it was officially a "pri
te" trip by the Israeli leader.
He "private" character was
icklx dissolved as the day pro-
eded French observer- concert-1
g it vas "the least private visit"
ide to Prance in recent year>
Th meeting between Mr. Esh-
-ol and President de Gaulle was
ttended by five persons, includi-
ng two translators, one for each
cf the statesmen attending that
tete-a-tete" session. The offi-
cial interpreter for the French
ide was Rene Sirat, a young
i abbi cf Algerian origin who is
tjrrently working in France as
a teacher in the School of Orien-
tal Studies.
Movies at Tifereth Jacob
Saturday, July n. Temple Tif-
< <-th Jacob is sponsoring "A Nite
ihe afovios" at the Temple, De-
nning at 8 p.m. A full length
in of Jewish and Hebrew short
bjects will be shown. Refresh-
i ents will be served following
(1 e movie.
The schedule tor Tuesday call-
ed for a visit to the UNESCO
building here. Premier Bshkol
w as tn he the luncheon guesl ol
UNESCO's director-general In
the afternoon Mr Bshkol was to
i-oiiier with the French Minister
for Education Christian Fouchet
and later with Defense Minister
Pierre Meaamer. The following
day. WadMaday, July l, the Prett-
ier was to be received in the morn-
ing by the French National As-
sembly
On Thursday. Mr Eshkol was
to be euest of honor at a banquet
given in his honor by French De
fense Minister Messmer and also
visit local Jewish institutions In
the evening 3,000 guests were ex-
pected to attend a reception ten-
derd by Ambassador Eytan in the
Premier's honor.
UF Seeking
15.000 Workers
In Coming Drive
United Fund of Dade County
needs some 13,000 volunteers to
erve the ti6i fall campaign.
Recruitment is now underway
and will be carried on through
August, according to Sidney D
Ansin, campaign chairman, and
president of Sunbeam Television
Corp., operators of Ch 7. WCKT
Ansin called the figure a min-
imum, if United Fund 1- tn inert
the anticipated needs of its 39
health, welfare and character-
building agencies.
In lw;:; gome 12.000 volunteers
raised S3.ii4C>.985 the first time
that United Fund went over the
$3,000,000 mark. Ansin said the
biggest need of volunteers is in
United Good Neighbors, the group
that solicits from small business
Inns and residents.
Continued from Page 1-A
have you a minute to spare to
heard a word on farael and enjoj
our dream.''"
Another effort at removal of
the mural failed this week when
World's Fair President Robert
Moses rejected a resolution by
Fair directors to investigate the
mural. His ruling was backed
by a majority of the directors.
Charles Preusse, Fair counsel,
told the directors' meeting that
the mural was the subject of two
Supreme Court actions and that
there should be no discussion on
the matter pending court action.
Suits have been filed for show
cause orders for removal of the
mural before two Supreme Court
justices. Alex Rose, labor lead-
er and a director, objected, as-
irtinjj that the mural contained
a war slogan" and that lor the
board to refrain from action on it
was "a basic mistake" He pro-
posed ;i committee to re-examine
the Fair's stand. Moses, who has
consistently refused to act against
the mural, ruled that such a r*sO|
lution could neither be rough! up
nor discussed
Sen Jacob Javits, New York
Republican, asked for a vote on
hppeal from that decision, The
cirectors sustained Moses b\ a
vote of 59 to L'4. State Sen Jos-
eph Zaretzki took a floor micro
phone to introduce an antimural
resolution and was ruled out ol
order by Moses
A resolution demanding remov
;1 of the mural was adopted
unanimously by the New York
City Council. At the same time.
Mr. Rose resigned from the board
of the Fair as a protest against
the PaJr'a policy of Inaction 00 the
mural
Councilman John Samuel, ,
Queens Democrat, proposed that
if Moses ignored the Council
demand, the Council should en-
act a law to make it a misde-
meanor to display on city prop-
erty material which stimulattj
projudice. The City Council
resolution called the mural "a
source of insult to millions of
people in >his city, state coun-
try and the world."
in his letter of resignation.
Rose called the mural "sheer wjr
propagandaoffensive to a mm
i reign people and to million.
American citizens, Jews and non
.lews alike." He disclosed in hi-
letter that Moses had told him ht
ii.tended to "stay with this policj
all the way
He said that this left him no
choice but to resign. He add.-d
that he was convinced (hat "
basic mistake has been made b>
the World's Fair leadership and
should be rectified."
Still another protest was regis-
tered by Justice Samuel Hofsl
ter of the Supreme Court
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Eugene Stone (right), resident and gabbai of the Home's Syna-
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Continued from Page 1-A
] egion, held the rank of Lieuten-
. nt,
Judah Lapson, a co-chairman
of the National Committee for
Jabotinsky Memorial, issued a
call as National commander of
the American Veterans of the
Jewish Legion, to the thousands
of surviving members of this
fighting unit urging them to par-
ticipate in the memorial exer-
cises which have been an-
nounced by the National Com-
mittee for Jabotinsky Memorial,
Youth Gets
Scouting Award
Sammy Goldstein, son of Mr
and. Mrs. Harold Goldstein, utwo
SW 61st Ct.. was honored at last
Friday evening's service in Tem-
ple Hath Am, when Dr. Herbert
M. BMimgard presented him with
the Ner Tamid Award, the Reli-
gious Boy Scout Award
He has served as patrol leader,
scribe, senior patrol leader, and
president of the Explorer Post.
He presently holds the rank of
Life Scout.
He is an active member of the
Temple Youth Group, and has
served as a tutor in the Hebrew
!>i partment.
Seniors End Season
Senior Citizens of Daeie Heights
held its la rn "uinday at Washington Federal
Auditorium. North Miami Beach
According to Daniel Tngg, presi-
dent, the organization will resume
activities in September
headed by Philip Klutznick, for-
mer U.S. Representative to the
U.N., and of which Israel Am-
bas:ador Avraham Harman is
the honorary president.
Lapson will also head a deleya-
t-on of former Legionnaires in fly-
ing to Israel in the two planes
which will escort the remains to
Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, where
the remains will be rebuncd on
Alt. Herri on July 9. 1964. the 24th
anniversary or "yahrzeit" of his
death.
The New V'ork mass procession
ing choir of all members of the '
Cantors' Association of New York
in prayer and memorial liturgies
Thereafter the procession, which,
will al>o include representatives
0! all Zionist organizations and of
the li'nii B'rltti, as well as rabbis
of all throe denominations will
I roceed In chartered buses and
automobiles to the Kennedy Inter-
national Airport.
Judah Lapson, who lias been
serving as National Commander
nl the American Veterans of the
Jewish Legion for the past five
years, fought in the Palestine cam-
paign under Jabotinsky 111 1918.
I nder his administration, the
Itcth Hagedudim it ho House of
the Legionnaires) in the village
nl Avichayil was dedicated in 1961
in the presence of the late Presi-
dent Itzhak Zen-Zvi and Premier
David Ben Gurion. On that oc-
casion the busts of the late Jabo-
tinsky and his associate, ("apt.
Joseph Trumpeldor, were unve
by Premier Ben-Gurion.
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fJenist ncrJdi&n
Fridcy, July a J

Newly-installed officers of the Civic League of Miami Beach
at the organization's annual dinner and dance at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel last Saturday night. Shown (left to right) are
Murray Drexler, treasurer; Louis Wolison. second vice pres-
ident; Robert Schwedel, first vice president, Al Nason, pres-
ident; and Maurice Unger, financial secretaiy.
Miami Jewish Education Statistics Show
Unhappy Picture of Trends in Schools
Statistics assembled by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Kducation show an
increase in registration in the
Jewish school* for the school year
ot 1963-64. according to an an.
rouncement by Joseph Cohen. Bu-
reau president. Registration at
3t schools totals 10.608. with an
unduplieated registration of 9.701.
In 1963. registration at the Jew-
ish schools showed a slight de-
cline from the previous year. This
year, registration increased by 268
students. The registration again
shows that a plateau of registra-
tion has been reached in some of
?he larger schools throughout the
community.
These schools, which hava
steadily increased for many
years, now show a static regis-
tration or slight decline. Sub-
stantial increases in registration
re apparent in the newly ex-
Reform Group
Elects Pred
Stanley M. Pred. of Temple
Sinai. North Miami, has been
elected president of the Southeast
Federation of Temple Brother
hoods.
Other officers elected ;>t a week
end retreat in Marathon Key were
Max Ra-kin, Temple Beth Am.
Sam Alexander and Herbert Blum-
berg, both of Temple Israel, \ ice
presidents
Paul Burnett. Temple Israel,
corresponding secretary; Morton
C.ilbert. Temple Israel, secretary;
and Ben Clein, Beth Am, treasurer.
Members of the board are H.
Allsow, Beth El of Hollywowl; Al
Jacobson. Temple Judea; L. Knop-
les. Temple Beth Sholom; H. Ros-
enberg and Norman Sands, Tern
pie Emanucl of Ft. Lauderdale;
Jack Shapiro. Temple Beth Shol-
om; and J Zimmerman. Temple
Judea.
Honorary president is Morton A.
flrant Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, of
the Southeast Federation of the
Inion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, is advisor.
panding Jewish areas in South
Miami and in North Beach.
The figures lor 1964 reveal a
departure from a healthful educa-
tional trend of the past years
when greater registration appear-
ed in the more intensive afternoon
Hebrew departments, according
'o Cohen. This year's registration
indicates increasing registration
in the one-day-a week departments
of religious schools, with a declin-
ing registration in the afternoon
Hebrew departments, particularly
in the registration of boys.
"However, a welcome trend of
greater registration of girls ap-
pears this year in both the after-
noon (from 1.332 to 1,366) and one-
day a-week departments (from 2.-
523 to 2,705). Registration in the
nursery and kindergarten depart-
ments shows an increase in both
boys and girls." he said.
The registration figures in the
Jewish schools may be a matter
of deep concern to the entire Jew-
ish community of Greater Miami,
he explained. "Is the decline in
i<-isiration of last year and the
slight increase of this year an in-
dication of a leveling off of the
Jewish population from elemen-
tary age to that of high school?
!f the latter, what is the Jewish
community doing to increase faci-
lities for Jewish education on the
secondary level?"
"The difficulty in registration
analysis is compounded by the
lack of a recent Jewish popula-
tion study in Greater Miami,"
according to Bureau officials.
"At present it is impossible to
tabulate accurately how many
Jewish children between the
ages of 4 and 16 currently reside
in the Greater Miami and Hol-
lywood area. One's guess may
be as good as another. But an
educated estimate may show
tentative total of about 20,000
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in our public schools."
Based on this risky estimate.
about 50 percent of the Jewish
child population may be registered
in the Jewish school?, of tins
area, with the national average in
the Jewish schools registered at
one particular time.
If we add to the present 9.701
unduplieated total the number of
students who graduated or with-
drew from Ihe Jewish schools dur-
ing the pa-t few years, and the
children receiving some private
Jewish instruction, we may add 20
percent to reach a total of about
11.500 children in our area receiv-
ing some Jewish education at some
time during the entire school
age."
The Miami average, if normal
increase of population is assumed,
and if school population has not
declined, would be about 55 per-
cent, a figure perhaps lower than
the national average of about 60
percent.
This ma> mean, taking in con-
sideration all the "if's", that
about 8,500 Jewish children in
Dade County and Hollywood ar
not receiving any Jewish educa-
tion at any time of school age.
Also, the figures may indicate
that the percentage of Jewish
youth "illiterates" in Jewish edu-
cation in Greater Miami has
grown from year to year, despite
the reports of substantial national
growth of students registered in
the Jewish schools throughout
America.
This very tentative conclusion
presents a mosl serious challenge
in view of the current discussion
ot the vanishing American Jew '
To this problem the entire local
Jewish community must address
itself during the coming school
year." Cohen concluded
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Continued from Pag* 1-A
representing the entire range of
organized Jewish life meanwhile
met this week in Brussels to dis-
cus- the situation of Soviet Jewry.
Representatives of more than 50
organizations and communities
adopted a resolution urging the
Soviet Government to grant Rus-
sian Jews the same religious and
cultural rights enjoyed by other
national and religious minoriti'--.
The delegates also called on the
soviet Government to "put an end
to the dclamatory campaign
against Judaism and Jews in the
I it-s and various Soviet publica-
tions."
The conference stressed the
"disproportionate number" of
Jews among Soviet citizens sen-
tenced to death for alleged
economic offenses. The dele-
gates also noted the anti-Semitic
insinuations in Soviet press re-
porting on the economic crimes
trials.
The ((inference appealed to the
Soviet authorities on purely hum
anitarian .'rounds and in conform-
ity with the Universal Declara-
tion of Human Rights to allow
Soviet Jews, wishing to do so. to
rejoin relatives in Israel. The
conference also decided to bring
the resolutions to the attention of
the Belgian Government, to ask
the Government to intervene with
the Soviet authorities and also
bring the problem of anti-Jewish
discrimination into the open.
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ervices
Nathan H. Zwitman.
ander Cohen.
Cantor Alex-
TH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyl* Ave.
odox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
------ a -------
/AT SHALOM CONOREGA. \
In 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox,
ftor Israel Kershner.
----- ----
EMES. 2MZ SW 1th A\e.
srvativs. Rabbi Abraham S'.h-
r OAVID. 363i SW 3rd Ave. Con-
Mtive. Rabol Norman N. Shapiro.
ntor William W. Lipson.
6 p.m. Satu'duy 9 a.m.
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EL. 900 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
Raobi SgMmon Sctiiff.
y J:*i p.m. S.ilunlay 8 a.m. Min-
4i p.m.
ISRAEL. Mi 40th St. Ortho-
Rabbi M. Louis Rottman.
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JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern,
ntor Mauri:* Mamches.
---- ----
KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
dern Traditional. Rabbi Max
ipiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
----
H M 0 S H E CONGREGATION.
W. Dixie Mwy. Conservative.
i S'mon April. Cantor Hyman
RAPHAEL 139 NW 3rd Ave.
Ihoilox. Hi Ph KneQer. secre-
|. IV i I .1.
r Mfi in ihi .' Imh ii- "i
|. i
Ih TFILAH. ?3o Euclid Ave Or
Bdox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
TH TORAH 164th St .ind \E 11th
k ,, isrv itive R.ibbi Max Lip-
1 Cantor Be"-Zion Kirsc'ien-

I i:lu n \\ n
I
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|a RAPHAEL.. 'J01 NW 183rd St.
Inservativa. RabDi Harold Richter.
bntor Jack Leaner.

kGLXR GHANAOA 50 NW 51st
Consfrvat v hjdui jjv ,l Cantor Osorga Goldberg.

LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. '80*
Amiir Ave. Reform. R.iudi
card M, Leviton.
IBREW ACADEVV. 2400 Pinetree
f Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
|i o- s.
----
lULVWOOO TEVPLE SlNAI. 1201
lohnson st. C oi*ervative. R.ibbi
b.i.d Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
leilbr.i. n,

kAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ft. Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu
I. Suviraky. Cantor Louis Cohen
|l.l> |i ii. B :i'fill > R 10 .. Ill
nil--' ng Lbvi \\ ti Ii
----'----
lESEIH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
rthoilon Rabbi David Lehrfield.
antor cralian- Seif.

MI BEACH ET2 CHAIM. 1544
J/ashinglon Ave Orthodox Rabbi
Ibrahom Strassfeld.
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HYONAIRES CONGREGATION.

CANDUUGHTING Jim
23 Tamux 6:57 p.m.
~ ... i. 11 -,, wm
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
----
OMEV shlom. *11 Normandy Or.
Orthodox. RabOi Phmeas Waber.
man.
----
SOUTHWEST CENTER. M3S SW Bth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zsvi Green -
wald.
--------
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nan-
mias.
---- ----
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
FTICIa) ii p.m. S:iluril:iy S:4". a.m. SVr-
nion: "ZcaJoua and Oversealouv." liar
Mitivuli: Murk Klwn.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
rVldriy family MT.rshlp srrvliv. (Silent
peanr: Alfred Lrlb*-i't. Client read-
er: Dr. Ifelvin l.-vins..u
---------
TEMPLE BETH EL OP HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Rnconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Stem.-p.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.

TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE K7th St. Conservative. Rabbi
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16M0 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtoi.
Friday l:M p.m. Sermon: "One Nation
lnillvlnll.li-.'- si- in I......I to host On.-K
BhaMNtt
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Friday p.m. Saturday S a.m. Ser-
mon: "Indt-pendence l*ayOur Kuuiul-
.ni: Fathers Speak t.. Cm ARain."
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
l-'-iil S: 1 ."> p.m. in Jacob Ii. Kaplan
Chapel.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal Reform. Cantor Gordon
Richard*.
Friday MM n.m. Harry Carney, nr-
Canlst, to direct the lii-i-i-i. ,il pur-
tions of the rmipie.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
--------
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Saturday vr. a.m. Bar Mitavah: Don-
ald, son of Mr. and Mm, Herbert Co-
hen.
Conservative.
Miami. Rabbi
TEMPLE OR OLOM
8755 SW 16th St..
mnai tajal
l*Yid:iy l>:l.~i |.m. Satutday 8:4fi a.m.
liar Mitxvali: Michael, mm of Mr.
an.I Mrs. Paul I-Vlilinan.
TEMPLE SINAI OP NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale-
Friday B;15 p.m. Barroom "sites of
Jewish Inl.-r.-st in New York."
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TEMPLE TIPERETH JACOB. 961
Flamingo Way. Conservative.
Saturday a.m. UVekly Portion.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Avs.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
---------
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th SL
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man. Cantor Leo Uriioh.
----- ----
TIPERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N\ Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
Friday ::sft p.m. <}fest upeaker: Mar-
shall II. t.'omis. pr. sident of the coii-
irr.lajntsott. Caailor Joyepii m..i.k. of
T.-inpIc Torali. v. ill chuut the llttinty.
Satiinluy i> a.in. S.-ini-n "Weekly
rrti..ii."
YOUNG iSMAtL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Rsbbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday K::;i> p.m. Saturday .*.::.> a.m
s rnion: "Weeklj Portion." Mlncha
; lu u.m.
We Must Strive to Make
Perfection More Than Surfaca
RABBI MOPT0M MALAVSKY
fodoy's infrrprefafion
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lurray Sonnett, president-olect, North Shore Optimist Club,
liam: Beach, presents a scholarship trophy to Irene Malav-
cy. daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Morton Malavsky, of Holly-
wood, Fla., and ninth qrade graduate of the Hebrew Academy
\r outstanding achievement in scholarship. The North Shore
[ptimists sponsor the award annually at the Academy.
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Beth Sholem of Hollywood
The scriptural portion for tins
Sabbath i- Pinchas, in thr Book
nl Numbers 23 LO-30 I A- the
name implies, honor is bestowed
upon Pinchas, the priest who
killed an iniquitous Jev for pro
faning Israel's sanctity. The high
priesthood was betowed upon
Pinchas and his descendants.
The king of Moab realizing
that he eould not divide Israel
legitimately, resorted to another
campaign, a campaign of togeth-
ernesa He told his people to
have the Israelites mingle with
them, thereby luring them away
from Judaism.
The drastic result was that
many improper and immoral
practices were introduced to the
Israelites: and Zimri, h-ad of the
tribe of Simeon, flagrantly and
publicly accepted the ways of
the pagan nations. The heroic
Pinchas, upon witnessing this,
arose and slew Zimri. We see
from this incident an example
of legitimacy versus hypocrisy
Pinchas served honestly. proper-
Is. with dignity and honor. Zim-
ri hypocritically tried to act like
Pinchas outwardly and was quite
corrupt and immoral within.
-In life, we often encounter
people who are only outwardly
covered with a veneer of good
manners and refinement. They
si-em lo cover up their improper
behavior and are. therefore, not
convicted Ol crimes Like Zim-
ri, they are malicious, unprin-
cipled and false, constantly
searching for the easy way out.
These people pose a true threat
and menace to society because
they never admit their inferior
ity. Such unprincipled people
have, unfortunately, pushed
themselves into key positions as
leaders, industrial heads, spokes-
men for national and interna-
tional affairs.
On the other hand, may God
be blessed for the devoted and
honest leaders like Pinchas who
spend their lives toward attain-
ing peace within and without,
who give of themselves lor the
proper ideals and openly de-
nounce the Zimris.
This week's portion has a les-
son in morality and guides man
today to search the ways of his
leaders and heads so that the
indifferent and unprincipled not
be permitted to cast an hypnotic
spell which must eventually end
in stagnation and death.
The most destructive end to
character is indifference. There
is also nothing as conducive to
genuine joy as true conviction.
May we be blessed with leaders
of the free world who will ulti-
mately prove themselves and be
deservant of goodness, attaining
a letter understanding and true
peace,
Annual teen-age community service award, given each year
by the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami to one of its 30 senior
high clubs for outstanding service work, is presented to Delta
Psi Gamma Girls Club of Miami Branch. Shown presenting
the trophy is "Y" President Herschel Rosenthal, with Miriam
Garr accepting as president of the winning club.
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Friday. July 3. 1954
________gy MAX liRNER
Gov. Scranton's
Decision to Gamble
Gov. scrantons open
candidacy spells the end
ol tbe let-someone-else-do-it
psycho! -> among the Re
public;.11 moderates. From
now on they are strictly on
a do-it-yoursell basis. one
must assume that Scranton
into the race a ch is
tent d man who has discover
,.' itical babi s are
. (i bj storks and
thai Pn si lental nomii ations
don t ..' 1 dumped into 5
coup! oi nice guj s whi to
to m: k > '"'
1. -' 5 a s
Nixon, Romni > and Sera
: utting on, un ler Ihi
nh wer has the high ics o) comedy
': 5 m tried to put it into a musical, the
-. 1. sanj i" be credible
imly Abe Burrows or Shelley Berman could do jus
lice to il
11 1 add that nonetheless 1 Kike the Scranton
move quite sen sly, it is not for want oi seeing
the comic aspects "I the total Republican setting
S ranton's own oif-again on-again performance is
funn) enough Add Eisenhower's dizzying per-
formance ol spreading a carpet, pulling 11 out and
now half-spreading il again, Nixon's toadying to
Gold water, then attacking him. calling tor a cham-
pion to encounter Goldwater and thenwhen the
knight shows upcomplaining that his armor doesn't
in 1 nd bis plume is willed.
: I
Why then do I taken Scranton seriously? Be-
cause he has made the logical move finally, the
inevitable move however late, the only possible
move lor a candidate to make if he has anything
left in him except handouts and sawdust stuffing
lit- ha> don- it moreover, with spirit, courage and
nisi little enough self-flagellation to give it a dasb
ol charm. His record on Goldwater is. of course,
riddled with contradictions he now aim- his rapier
at a man whom only a week or two ago he hall
nil raced Nixon is too tortured a conniver and
contriver '.o get away with it Rockefeller is too
downright even to attempt it. Bui Scranton has
Ihe righl mixture ol moralism and mocker) to man-
the transition, without oing under
His deci teal because there w a- ..
lo be tilled and there was no one else
.11 ; Ui to mo\ e into il Scranton
Unue to wail tor someone else because,
iiuiti -implj. there is m on< els
Eetwcen You and Me: Bv BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish Students Rise
^IFTY YEARS AGO. (here were a
' 7.300 Jewish students in Americai
olleges and universities. In 1919. at
er World War l. their number di u
0 about 15,000 Today. there are
iuo.iMKi Jewish students in the American
chools oi higher learning, and it 1- ex
tected thai their number will reach
00 (Hio by 1970
intcresin.-- 1- the [act that during
ie years Between World War l and World War 11 the
>\i-h students constituted 10 per cent ol the total
unber of students, while today the) constitute onl) 6
er cent. This ratio is expected to decline even further
by 1975, because of the lower birthrate among Jews To
this, it must be added that today, onl) 2i> per cent ol
the college-age group in the total American population
tend schools of higher learniii. while DO less than 70
er cent ol Jewish college age boys and girls go on to
ii\ ersity stud)
Within two decades, it 1- believed, almost all \mer-
,;an Jews will have attended an institution ol h
ingj But the number ol Don-Jewish youth- in Amer-
ces colic i universities is proportionate!)
mg with every vear and 1- expected to be d tuble b)
70 of what it is today, when Jewish percentage on tbe
impus 1- alread) verj much on the decline.
In the years between the two world warswhen the
1 amber oi Jewish students was small but larger 111 per
centage than it i- todaymost ol the Jewish students were
immigrants Today, ihe great majority are American-
Off), and many of them are children of American born
Jews. In the years between the two world wars Jewish
BtudentS specialized chiefly in studying medicine, law.
1 entistry and engineering. Today many of them study
to become scientists in physics and chemistry.
They also study nuclear age engineering. A good
many study liberal arts to become university teachers
;,nd highly qualified social workers. There are also many
Jewish students who take up accounting and manage
ment with a view to taking over the businesses of their
: Brents
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MIWDilN
An Island Becomes a Symbol
MANGROVE TOWN. Bv Yael Lotan. 302 pp. New
York: Doubleday. S4.95.
YAEL LOTAN, who is not yet thirty, is the daugh
ler of a former Israeli Consul General to the
i nited state.-. She live- now ,n Kingston, Jamaica,
from which she has drawn, perhaps, many of the
sci nes 11 tliis novel ol b Caribbean island It is an
island which has recently been freed from British
colonial domination, but which 1- unprepared for in
dependence. It is an island in which the color bar
- are down, but the rigid snobbisms ol class and
hue are alread) in theii place
The island seethes with intrigue but it 1- nol
the' old tribal inlrigui ol voodoo and drum which
fires its steamy II is Ihe kind ol
h has its root.-, in the 1
- led to com 11 other to
sm. And it is
sleep) protect" slan
disturbing res| on self-del
which giv< Ihe book its sp< 1
The W esl In ban < acti \ ern
ment officials, who are ei build
md industry project, to the lovely, shiftless
tomorrowcil people who live and laugh in the sha i-
ties, and who will be the new -ettlers and wei
in the project But it is the famous English atOu
tect, ("live Henderson, Imported to build the n,
Town, who uncover- a my sic; oils scheme ol
nipt ion into Which he has been trapped and
will enslave the island's ec-one.in lo an internal.
combine
Yel it 1- Clive who seeking an older, difl
peace, falls 111 love with the ch.lillike dark I- .
And n 1- the little Viennese refugee, Naomi, -
1 i.l and a v n.iMy whu h -h
i.e. sakes the paternal pr 1
of hi 1 Te> in husband to I I b
. \ ro, Keil b
\ .11 jhl thi
al il [1 om all si 1. -
ping it 1 lioning it in .
cobwebs ol time past si
Il is an unusual no el -' rii but nol emi l
and ii- subtleties for thi American situat
mescal able
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
The Arab Conference in the Old Jerusalem
Jerusalem
I AST WEEK there took place
at the new Intercontinental
Motel on Mt of Olives, in the
Ionian held old city oi Jeru-
salem, Ihe "Palestine Arab
Conference" called to ensure
the "liberation oi Palestine.''
The decision to hold the con-
ference was taken at Ihe Cairo
summit meeting of last Jan-
uary at the joint initiative ot
Nasser and Ahmed Shukairy.
whom many may remember
from the vitriolic anti-Israel and anti-Western tirades al
the United Nations, first as a member of the Syrian dele
gation and later > the head Of the Saudi Arabian del. a
tion. from winch po>t he was ei; missed by Kin; Peisal.
Mr. Shukairy, left jobless, appointed himself chief
spokesman ol th< Palestine Arab refugees and as such
ared at the last session ol the UN General Assem-
W) and n !l Ihe help ol \'aser, moved forward in
the dii ei tion 1
mil.'. Eorci
Al Ihe Old Cil 1 re#i nee try at nounced the
creation ol a "ne 1 indepench
'1 he at cemei 1 call on thi trabs
for a "hoi) v.. titul
a hymn, a constitulioi 1 exi committal as well
as the establishmi nl i I 11 patterned
alter the Jewish V tioi al Fund
Thi bled al
represenl Ihi ees in the various Arab states but,
in fact, were selected b) no om The) wee all nomi
nated i>> special committees sel up bv Shukair) in the
refugee center- n was for this reason thai Saudi Arabia
boycotted the conference and forbade any of the Pales-
tinian Arab- within her boundaries to take part in it.
Initially, also King Hussein sternl) opposed Mr Shu-
kairy's venture. Indeed, u there 1- an) threat in the
creation ol a "Palestinian independent entity, it .- to
Hussein's Kingdom, divided bel een Ihe Palestinians on
the west bank and the King's tribal supporters in tbe
east H shukairv plans were to be carried out, Hus
.-em would have to give up all oi the Palestine lerriton
which he had annexed alone with about hall ol
en; population- and there can ei| course be nothll
1 e.in Hussein's mind it he had afreed to pU) b
the' conference, il was, no doubt, because he fell that
in this wa) 11 would be ea-ier for him to keep ii
control Indeed, Hussein's stand forced Shukairy to
yield on man) a vital point ol hi- original plan Thus
he was forced to include m the "constitution"
graph stating explicit)- that the new body would
"no territorial sovereignty over the western hank of the
lla.-lienute King loin"nor even over the Gaza Strip
.1 ml the conferwe rejected all pro|M>sals for the imn>
1 1,lie' establishment of a "political presence" In then
aras.
One may assume that Hussein will continue t
a watchful eye' on Shukairy's future activities M we
.bile rent and varied reasons, one ma) assume- tin.
anon or Syria will no' be to, ready to give Shukai
tree a hand
Yet, the dangers inherent in 111..- new develo
should not i.e dismissed F01 shiiK.ni> declared
livi is thi ulti Ii establishment ol a "liberatioi
For tin- the conferi ..! upon thi
es to t i; ible thi 11 fui ees to enlist in their ;."
iblish for then al training e |
mio the,' es, etc Whether or not this
tal will be achieved, there i- the' danger
"fedayeen" b : under Shukair)
ance and with the blessing ol Nasser who would
ctual comn : 1 also utilise them as
live tool m a new version againsl
de their primary task ol disrupting tin n
, ;. i-r.o I's bon ers.
Shukair) announced that, a- from now, hi
;. military uniform only to uodersci
doubl :h..1 he is out lor action. Dm inn Khrui
i an,, visit shukairy conferred with the Soviet 1..
later told correspondents that he mmm seekini
aid for the "Palestinian army.'' He also anno,
he would shortly be vi-itmr. Mosco.v and Peipini
Taking inti account the limitations placed
kairy by tbe tacts ol life of the intei Arab rel
should nol take hil boa-ting too seriously Howi
ers inherent in this new Shukairv \a--.i
must not be taken toe, light hcartedh e.th.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Suffering the Problems of Bar Mitzvah
AR MITZVAH is an old institu
"* tion T 0 ':: "-an-1 v-
Ji ephus told how man) ol Ihi emi-
nent men ol Jerusalem came to
his Bar Mitzvah to test him on hit
knowledge ot the Torah
Bui Josephus didn't make an)
speech in the synagogue like the)
do today. Charles Angnll relate-
how in- grandfather helped earn
his living, writing Bar Mitzvah speecnes 1 duw'l
nave to pay for my Bar Mit/vah speech M) older
brother wrote it, but 1 was responsible for all the
.motion i real!) let go. This was due to the fact
that al school then we were learning the speeches
of Patrick Henry and I recited the Bar Mitzvah
speech in the same style as though it were "Give
me Liberty or Give me Death." I remember when
I finished, someone said it sounded like the days
of "Seventy Six" all over again
However in my case, there was no parly. My
1 .other baked a sponge cake for the famib
thai was all. Bui nowaday.-, they have C8tl
and what not and it hi- even entered politics 1
week, according to the New York Evening
President Johnson made mention of Bar Miti
As the -ten., i- told, the I're-ident. on -en:; S
Keating, oi New York, expressed bis concern
the latter health
"I'm line." -aid the Senator, "what made
tl'ink I wa- lickT"
"Well," -aid the President "I understand
was .1 Bar Mitzvah last Weak at Bctsnectad)
which 14 persons were- present, and you were n '
there."
Hut Sen Keating is nol the only one attendiW
I3ar Mitzvabs If 1 remember correctly, when Mi
Johnson was Vice President, it was reported that
he attended a Bar Mitzvah in Texas. I don't know
v hether GeorgS Washington ever attended a Bel
Mitzvah. but there is a tradition that he attended
a wedding of Ihe parents of Mordecai Manuel Noah


July 3. 1964
^Jten isti fhrkMaun
Page 15-^
CCGAC NOTICE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
rLORIOA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 7001
ANN LAMB
[I'lulntiff,
vs.
Imii: LEE I.ami:
Iturenilant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Hi, Jl.M.MlK l,UK I.ami: are ii"-
r-.l i.. serve a com of your nnawei
Divorce Cotuplalni filed againal
j on ['luintiri s iiliinni v. i; ID il'.i'. K
tilOLAH, 813 N.W. I2tn Ave,, Mi-
ll. 11a.. and itit- original with clerk
llns Cunt nn or Inf..i.- July tl,
nrhcrwNe connjiMifi will I" con-
id by you.
[A TED: June :.:. 1964.
K II l.i: VI" 11 HUMAN". H. rk
Ifiiii Com i. I >a < i, County, Florida
I) r.v: i". I-. COFELAND
l>.|nit\ Clerk
a :'';. t s-ie-i;
THF. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
kEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
[FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 6960
|MIU?RC1 HAVINUH BANK
I'lalatltf,
VH.
1.1-:V JONES, Trualee in
bkruptcy, i al
I lefi ml.iiil.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Beth .i. Welaa a/k/a Ted Welaa,
.is Truateo
:', Lockney Bherword Poreat
l.\ unfit-Id, Maaaachuaelti
iu in hereb) notified thai thi
a onptloned notion lias been in-
klted againal you in the CIrrull
in of Hi.- Judli ial Circuit of Flor-
in hikI for Bade Count) to fore-
mortgage upon tin- following
i tied i'ai property:
i .". lil.uk L'v of Revived I'lal of
Portion of CARI 'I, CITY, I......'ded
llai Book ">T al Page S3 being a
l-|.!at of a |".I lion ,.i CARt il. CITY.
recorded in I'lal Rook '.7 al l*age .
nl Ho- Public Record! : I l
p. int). Florl i.i
iu .ii i. 'in' ed to fill our .m-' i
blalntlfr* i "in|.la in i u uli i In- Clerk :
I tin- af.....Bald Court, ami nerve >
thereof upon plaintiff! atlorne>
U:TIN KINK, Itih FI...... I'.o!. IV.I-
liullding, Miami -. Florida no! i
i ill.in July 27, l!"'I, "i a I 'en
Confeaao will l entered ugalnal
JATIM' June -"-'. IMI
i: M i.i: vTHERMAN, cut-it
i. Court, I lade < '.ini >. Kloi Ida
.ii By: K. M. i.yma.n
Beput) iRTIN PINK
Eorm v for Plaintiff
III I i..... I >ade l-i-.i. ;.il Bldg
inn .:.', Ii... ula
8, V 3 111 11
Aycnu
BY HENRY LEONARD
NATIONAL UTlL.nts LIM,,Trj
'Gentlemen, it's true now there are only two
Jews in our 78 plan's, but by next year .
with bold and courageous action on our part,
we intend to DOUBLE that number."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVEN thai
the itnderalgned, denirlna lo engage In
business under the lie.m..us name al
A. i:i' I'nllKN COMPANY al 2464
Palm Avenue, Hlaleah, Klorlda in-
tend i" reglater wild name with
Clerk ..I the Circuit Court
County, Florida.
a i:i C4iiii:n"
M \.\' COHEN
PRANK COHEN
Rl IBERT II I'liM'HKl
Attorney for Applicant!
i. jii
the
Dalle
::-l"-l"
Copr 1964. Ooyenu P.oductiont
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
[FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 483
(THAN PARI >E8,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Ill, .1. I' M:\S1I.1T1. and
ITTIK NoRMAN, formerly known
HMTTIE M. 1 AKASII.ITI. and if
rrled
husband.
I leff ndaius.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
BY PUBLICATION
BETTIE NoRMAN, formerly
known as BETTIE M. PARA HI-
1.1X1. 969 smith mount Street,
Raleigh, North Carolina,
it married her
band, whoae residence Is unknown.
each and all unknown pemooe,
tlea ami defendant! who claim by,
ugh. under ot hkhIiin. iha afore-
HETTIE NORMAN, ..'so knoyn
BETTIE M. PARASIUTI, and if
ri.il, her huabnnd,
ail paiii. s having or claiming lo
i- any -mill tlth' or Intereat in Ihe
terty h. rein described:
.t 14 In Block 1 of CON-fllA
\NOR, according to the pint
hereof, anvuided In Plat Hook K7.
Page 71. ..f Ihe Public Record! of
lade Count v. Florida
oi: ANK EACH OP Y< IT' art here-
notified thai i Complaint has been
I by the above named Plaintiff
nst you aii'i each of you to fore-
a mortange on the above dee-
.1 |.i opt l v ill the iihox. !t) led
, and you and each of you are
thy required to file tn '
r pleading reaponnive thereto
h the Clerk "i the above pntltle.l
nt i "oui i and lo nervi .1 ;.> of
Anawer or other reaponelv*
linif upon the I'laiiiiu'f's Attor-
llei 1 In A Millet. 18 u
gler Street, Miami. PI....... "ii "i
re the 81 1 da! of Jnlj. IM1
rwl hi all. i4.iti"ii~ of s.. .1 1
lint v\iu be ukrii as confeaaed b>
ialad at Miami, In Bad! County
,i! Ida, Ihli 23i 1 day "t June, 1964.
i:. I! I.BATIIERMAN, Clerk
fir. uit Court, I 'it'll County, Floiiila
r-ii) B> V.. V COPEBANB
Deput) Clerk
I se, 7 3-10-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 6820
REN \TK MAI.xZ KIM'.
Plaintiff,
\ s.
I \Mi:s I'M'I. Kill'.
1 lant,
SUIT FOR D VORCE
l'. 1 J VMES I'M'l. Flint
Malllit! A.1.1 -
I'ti Box MB
l-'i. t ],,:!. 1 na, B.W.I
Realdence 1 "nknow n
Vou ai h. 1 I not II Ii 1 thai
of 1 '.iiiii'iami lor IHvorci ha
lb .I ugainal .. 1......1 you an re-
quired i" --is- .1 eo] of your Gnawer
idlng i" 1 hi I'll of 'oiii|i
..11 iii. plaintiff \"...... > \.\lt 'Rl t
M s\\ 1:1:11|.IN". 74S Keybold Build
Miami i'i.....I 1 -' .'ini nit ih' "i 1--
111., 1 Anawer or l'lealln in the offici
ol iii. 'lerk 01 tit. Pin till ''.....1 on
or before ihi Stli da> of July, 1 4
If you tail t" 'I" -". pniu'ii'nt by de-
fault will be t.ik.-n agnlnal you for
in- relit f demandi il in the BUI of
1 Vnii'laiut.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, tin- isth iiay of June, a.p.
IW4.
K 1: LEATHERM \N. Clerk
Circuit Court. Bade County, Florida
is.aii By: C. I' COPEJ-AND
Ueput) Clerk
d M, 7 :;-!"-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63567-B
IN RE Eatati 1 I
H ISEPH Pi iWERH
In ... .1
NOTCE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Credllort ami All I". 1 11 Ha>
nv Clalnia I'etnanda Againal Saul
IS- ii.-:
Vott ai hi rehy nol ifled and re-
quired i" iireaenl an> rlalma and de-
iniiti'i- whli '1 vou may have aaalnat
11 of JOSEPH Pt>\VER tie-
1 ..ol.- County, Florida,
to the I'oiiniv Judgea of Bade Coun-
., ; :,u ty, (I I he mime In iluplfca and
i.,.,n M.ii 11 Section 733.16, Plorida
Stattttea, in their offlcea In the Coun-
ts Court house In 1 lade !ounts Plot -
Ida, within six calendar months from
Ihe llmi .f ih. flral nuMb-ation here-
of, or the aame ili be barred.
Dated .11 Miami, Florida, this 80th
11.1 .! .1 tine, A 11. 1961
\ 1.1- i:i:i > POWERS
\- Administrator
First publication t.f tin.- notice on
ih. L'tiih .lav ..i June, mm.
1.1 it.N" MM> I. K1MB 11,1
Attorrn for Administrator
!'t'l N.E. l.'.'iii St., .\. Miami, Fla
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63608.A
IN 1:1: l-St.it. Of
I.KK.NA PRINCE
I I. i-illSfil.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cl'ftllli.ls ami All r.i-'lis II.iv
in;; iiaim> ..r Demandi Againal Said
Kstat, :
You art- hereby notified and ra-
qttlred t" present any claims and de-
mand! which v.ni innv have against
Che <-statt- of I.KoNA PRINCE tl.-
ceaaed late of iiaue L'ounty, Flotiua,
to the County Judgea of IHidc Coun-
ty, anil flli- tii< name in duplicate and
as provided in Section 133.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offlcea in the Coun-
ty Courthouse i" Ihidi County, Flor-
ida, within ill call n.lar 111.mill- from
the time of the 'list publication here-
of, or the .-am-- will be barred.
Bated al Mann, Fiorina, thia 19th
da) of June, A.U, 1 !".t.
Wll.l.lA M 1.. MICHAEL
Al IS' 1 H"i
First publication of this notice on
1I1. 26th da) of June, l!<61.
ARONOVIT2, SILVER .v Ki'HER
AttoiHii-vs for l-Si-i-utor
KOI Alnsl.-v Building
Miami 32, Fla,
6 :'t:. 7 3-10-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jenisii fkrldiaiti
golicits your legal notic**.
W appreciate yoai
patronage and tjuarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-46M
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 607C2
IN RE Estate of
IRENE ABLER,
I '. Cl .'.-. .1.
NOTCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is I,, r. i'v given thai I have
flli .1 it>) I- 111.1l Report and 1 til Ion for
1 Ustrlhutlon a a.1 i- inai 1 ii.-. h .1 ..-
kixeculor of Hi. 1 state ol IRENE AB-
I.I :R, .1.' i-aaeil: and that on the :7th
ii.,v of July, !i64, will apply i" Ha-
Hi in rahle I'm > Judgi a of I >ade
1 'ounly, Florida, fi 1 kl ald
Final Report and for dlatiibutlon and
final dlscharee 1- Kx< ctitor of the
-1..1. of ill., iiliove-named de*-edent
; Thia :_'iiil I.AU RE.NCE HH.EIt
ARONOV1TZ, SILVER .v. SCI1ER
. \ltorneyn
f.1.7 Ai-i-l. v ri lildlng
Miami 32, FlorMa
: 6, 7 :
8 .''".. 7 3-10-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63342-A
IN RE: Estate "f
tiFitm-Tr ROBERTS,
1 1. a-, ,1
NO I ICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Peraom 11.
Intt I'laiiiis or Demand! Againal s.
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and 1
quired to present any claims an.I
mantis which > "U may havi axaii
the eatate of HERBERT ROBER1
deceased int.- of Bade County, Flmi.
to the Count) .Indues of Bade Cotl
i\ and file Ihe same in duplicate a
na provided In Section 188.18. I'lon.
Statutes, iii their offlcea in the Col
iv Courthouse In Dade County, Fli
Ida, within six calendar monthe frt
ih. time of th.- tirsi publication net
of. "i the name "ill be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this I
.lav .f June, A.I>. 1864
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BAN
1 IF MIAMI REACH
SHIRLEY BERG
As Execi I
il.liialii.il ..III
la> ,.f June, 1964.
K< iMMKL A !".' K1ERS
\ !-..i n. for Bxecul 1
1 '1. Lincoln Rd Miami Bi '1 Fla
; I2-19-S6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fHVEN 11
Ihe undersigned, deslrlruT lo ei
liusln under the fli III \< <- name
WINDSOR TERRACE APARTMEN'
,1 in-" ierichirsn Avenue, Mlai
Beat li. F lot Ida, Intend i" regleti
with ih.- Clerk of Hi. Cll
of 1 Nwte 1 'ountv, FI01
tlBRTRl'BE Mil.I KR
HELEN EHRENBERO
ADELAIDE LEVY
IHENE I.KVV
h:\vin" s .:\its
Attorni v : r \i>i'!i.-ants
r.'-'v s\v li Street 6 '--''.
Fin
Hi
t i'
i'i

Court
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63174
IN RE: Estate .if
MANUEL WFI.I.INS
l.. ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and Ml Peraon Hav-
ing t'lalms or Demand! Against Said
ISia 1. :
Vou are hereby notified ami re-
quired i" present an) clalma ami de-
mand! which ^tin may hav.- iimiuii
the estate of MAM I'I. WKI.I.I.NS de-
c< sed late of 1 lath County, Florida,
to Ihe Count) Judge! ..i Bade Coun-
ty, and file the ann In lupllaaee and
as provided in Section 788.16, Florida ,].,,
siai ii.s. in rnelt nrTlejei In the t'onn- 1
i> Courthouse In Bade County, Flor-
ida, within -K calendar >..> >v~ from
the time of the first publication hen -
of, or 1 in- sum. vv iii 1.. barret I.
I hi ted ai Miami. Florida, thia 23rd
.lav of June, a 1. -"tw
LITTLLE KLKIERM \\
HIT \ TRII.LINI1
v IS. it -I. -
F '-i inihlieal i'-n "f this not 1 "ii
i hi -'"ih 'lav .! .1 ihe, 1961
it. utRRT 11 11: muh:
Allot in;, -oi I! v.. itricea
rtuPnnl Hull
Miami. Florida 6 26. !
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Na 63492 C
IN RE: l-Siai- of
,1 \i "i i|i 1 1 (111 iS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami ah Persona Hav-
ing Clalma or Demand! Against Said
Estate:
You are lieivhy notified and re-
i|Uir*il t. I'l-t-s- nl any claims and de-
mand! which you mav have againal
i the estate of JACOB CODOH deceased
late of Bade County, Florida, to ihe
County Judge! of Dade County, and
file th>- saint- in dupllcau nul as pro-
vided In s.ition 7:t:!.l<;. Florida Slat-
uies. in their offlcea in the County
Courthouse In I'aile County, Florida,
within !lx ial. ndar months from the
time "f ih. fir-i publication hereof, or
the sunn- w ill be barred.
Haled .1 Miami. Florida, this 12nd
of June, A.D. 1964.
1 ;i:ssi 1-: 1 "i nn is
ROSLIND I ODO8 HELLINGER
U 11,1 I AM 1-nl 11 '>
\ Executors
Flral publication of thia notlci on
Hi. 26th day :' June, 1964.
siMiiN. llv^s v 1 ;i;r\i>\\ 1:1:.;
I :v : Mosea fli indwerg
A1 tornt v for Exei itorfl
anl AI11-1. > Building
6 !6, 7 Slti-17
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CtRCH T OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 6878
VINCENEO PuTa.nU
Plaii
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63586-B
RE: Eatate ol
HARRY i.'iirii
I leceaae I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All (YeilKors and All Peraons llav-
t'lalnis or Ceniands Anain-I Saul
late:
'ii are ht-ia-by notified and re-
-ti to present anv claim! and de-
inis which vou ma.v have at
estate of IIARKV l.'iKi: deceased
of bade County, Florida, to Ihe
Inly Judgea of Bade C.....Ity. and
Ihe aame In duplicate and ai pro-
Id in Section 163.16, Florida Ktat-
In their office! in the Count)
iihoiife In Bade County, Florida,
1 ilx calendar month! front the
if the fi. it publication hi reof, "i-
saine ill be bat rod
Kited ..1 Miami. Florida, thia -S'nil
if June, A I' llti.l
1.1 ss IS 1. la ii-:r.
As Admlnu trat01
al publication of this notice on
Kth da) of .lum ii'tii
1:1:1:.1 rALlANOFF
iiii-.v for Admlnlatrator
[ineuln Rd., .Miami Beach, fla,
6/J6, 1/3-10-11
|'.\tsi:i .iiisi-:i'iii.Ni-: potano
1 i.-f.nilant.
SUIT FOR D VORCE
TO: IMTSKV .IdSKI'HISK PeVTANO
RESIDRNt'E I NKNiiWN
Vou are hei.li> notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed againal vou. and you are re-
quired to serve a COB) of your An-vv.r
or Pleading to the Bill .a Complaint
on ihe Plaintiffs Attorney, PACLI Attorney
KWITNEY, KSgPIRE. 180 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beat li. Florida J3139,
ami file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the offie- of ih. Clerk of the
in nt Court on 01 before Ihe SMh
lav of July, 1964 II v..11 fall to .lo
ludguient by defarrti #ffl he taken
against vou foi the relief demanded
In th.- Bill of Complaint.
Tii:- nol Ice ihall bt published
each week for tjw itlve weeks
In THE JEWISH 1- 1 .< Ill !! AN
la iN'i: AM 1 1 IR1 iEREI t .11 M
Fli ml.1. this isi, .lav ,,f .1,111. \ I'
1964.
i: l: l.i: ITIIERM \N C|i I.
1 in mi I'.-iu t, 11,1.1, inn v. i- loi. .1
(aeaf) ltv 1. sm.i.i n.N
it) 1.1 k
PAUL KWITNEY, l-:sj.
110 1 1 n. ..in Road
Mi urn Beach, Fla .
Attorn*) 101 11.11n1.il o-II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63584-A
IN RE lSi.n.....
LEAH KATZMAN, a k a
LEE KATZMAN
11. ceo
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Cn ill! -r- and Ml Persons Hat -
ng '"Sun- or IK*manda Against Said
I Sl.il-
Yon are hereby noHfied nnd re-
ittilred to |.'.- in an> clalma and de-
mand! w in. 11 vou mil) hovi againal
ih. eatate ol LEAH K VTZM \N.
II l, a 1.1:1: KATZMAN 1........-.-.l Inte
..I" Bade County, Florida, t" th.- Coun-
l) .ludso- of Mail. 'ouni>. ami file
1 in -ami ii ih.'i. offices In ih.- I'oun-
ly Courihouae In Iknde t'."iiuv. Flor-
ida, within six calendar montha from
th, date ,.i ih. fleei ....ii'i,-.; ., here-
of, "i the Sinn- will be l'.iiii'l.
SELMA KATZMAN
BOLALEXANDER
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63447 B
IN RE: Eatati of
WILLIAM ROSIN,
I '-. i-a-i il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claim! or Detnunda Againal sahl
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claim! and de-
mands which you may have againal
the estate of WILLIAM RORIN de-
ceased I.iii of Dado County, Florida.
io the County Judgea of Dade County,
and file Ihe name In duplicate and as
provided in Section 133.16, Florida
Statutes, in their office! 111 the Comi-
ty Courthouse In l>ade County, Flos-
Ida, within six calendar months front
the time of ih,- fhs, publication here-
of, or the aame will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tills 17tli
ilav ,,1 June, A.l>. 1964.
ROSE 1: W" RORIN
As Administratrix
First publication 01 th;. notice 'i
the 19th ilav ,.f June, 1964.
AINBLEE It FBRDIE
vii'.riiev for Admlnlstrnti Ix
RUIte S62, KH.1 fl W. Lejeuni Bd,
1 oral 1 tables, 1 Iu,
6 l'i--i:. 7 l-ltl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63391 C
IN RE: Estate of
LI ifis HI'RWITZ
I ... as.'d
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE F FLi iRID v
"I'll ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN"
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
\"ii are hereb) notified lhat a writ-
ten Instrumeni pu i".iiiii>; to be trfi
last vv ill ami ti -1,mi. 111 1.1" 1 i.i ...
j dent lias been admitted to probate in
mid 1 '..in 1. You ai hi n by 1 111 -
iii.iinliil within -S call ml.11 11 ..ii- h-
from the date of the first publlcatbs.
of this notice i" appear in said Court
and show eau-. II bi v v,.:i can, whv
the action ol said Cotirl in admlttlns
saul will to probati should not stand
uni evoked,
fJEOROE r CLARK
1 "onnlv Judge
l-.v Ml'.l.l: \ f. DICK
Clerk
ptibllcation ..f Hi's nol.....11
ih. IJ1I1 tlav 01 June, 1964
RICH Mil' A- NKI.Si IN, KSi.'S.
Attorne) for is., utor
lie, Lincoln Rd Miami Bi Bch, Fla.
i'i 12-11-26, 7 ]
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6384
S|.;y M, in: 1. SMITH,
Plaintiff,,
vs.
SYI.VI X SMITH.
11. fen.hint.
NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
Vou, SYLVIA SMITH. 82-29 15
Street, Howard Beach, L L, Nt
York, an required to file your gi
awer i" ihe Complaint for Dlvof
with ih- Clerk "f the above Cou
and nerve a copy thereof upon H'
man Cohen. Atty., 1*10-11 CongT!
Rulldimi, Miami, Rorida, on or b.
fore July 13th. W64. or else eom-lo'-
will I.- taken as confessed. Dated Iii -.
Mh day of June. 1964.
B. B LEATHHRMAN
i"i' rk of the Clrcull Court
,-.ali IS K M I.YMAN"
1 leputy cierk
r. U-19-26, 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREHY OIVEN fli
the imiii---n.-'i. desiring to engage
inisii.-- under the flctltloua ngmea
Cecelia RrooHa Real Estate Lit en
School and llrooki Real Batata I
,.. ., s honl, 1* Arthur flodfrev Id
\1 ami Reach, Fin,, Intends to reglat
mild name! with the Clerk of Ihe '':
Uli ,. Dade "ounty, Floi Ida
1 'l-'.'KI.IA MKi 11 IKS
fi 12-19-26 7
IN
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m.ami r aeii. Florida
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First
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR
IN AVD FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 590O5-A
RK Estnti
LILLIAN KRACSS,
1 1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK-:
APPLICATION FOR DISTRI BUT ,0*.
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\ It, 11 -l.v ft IMIi Il.il I '.I
. Final Report and Petil I
1 i|trlh n nl Final IMachargi
, oi the estate of lii.i.ia
l< It \l'.-- A.....i .1 and ihat on 11
18th day of July, I9M, iu applj -
the II--. 1 'ount) Judge! of Dai
County, Florida, for approval of M
Final Ri pot 1 and for distribution ai
final dlarharge as Executor ol tl
eatati of the above-named d<
Plus l"ili 'lav oi .lime, I'-il.
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the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
i.utdi 11 the flctltloui name .u
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Friday. July
(//ge Germans to Oust Scientists
FALLSBURG, \V JTAl .
The Rabbinical Council ol Amer
ka appealed Ibis week i<> thi-
United States to Intercede with
West German authorities to ith-
diaw German scientists "who are
helping Egypt to develop .1 mis-
gile and rockel program intended
11 destroy Israel
The appeal was made in one "i
; series ol resolutions :i lopted at
ihe closing session of the Ortho-
dox organization's annual con-
vention here The rabbis, in an-
Other resolution, asked the Slate
Department to make "every ef-
fort" to protect American firms
;.nd business from the Arab boy]
Cott and to withhold United State?
bid from Arab states white the boy-
cott was maintained.
The Postmaster-General was
asked, in another resolution, to
stop the mailing of all hate lit-
erature. The rabbis also asked
liberalization of United States
immigration laws, and called on
the Soviet Government to grant
"unqualified religious freedom
to Russian Jews. They also call-
ed on all local Jewish federa-
tions to stop immediately the
functioning of Jewish Centers on
the Sabbath.
An appeal to the world leaders
ol the major religions to express
their opposition to the continued
policies of the Soviet Union, "in
uprooting and destroying the
fundamental tenets of Judaism
and religious liberty" was voiced
by Rabbi Israel Miller of New
York, the newly elected president
ol the Rabbinical Council, "These
leaders," Rabbi Miller said,
'should arouse ami mobilize the
peoples and governments of the
world in a vigorous campaign to
reverse anti Semitic outbursts
.'huh have been Fully confirmed
in reports emanating from Rus-
sia."
Referring to the reli ;ious -it
n m American colleges to
i'ay, Rabbi Miller announced thai
he will appoint a campus commis
..- part ol the Rabbinica
i. ouncil to help students in under
Etandin the 1 challenge ti
1) eir li iious ideals Ihe Con
-ion will cooperate with com
munal and college agencies in ai
attempt to instill students witl
v hat the Rabbi termed "a sens
n! commitment to religious val
lies
The problem of religion on
campuses was raised by Rabbi
Harold P. Smith of Chicago, a
past Rabbinical Council presi-
dent. He urged Jewish leaders
and university educators to "re-


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pus."
Rabbi Smith told the convention
Lhat "oarents are committing a
1. shion ible vogue and 'lamorous
icputation. Bj living away from
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Dr. Samuel Belkin, president
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Miami. Florida. Friday. July 3, 1964
Sect:or. 3
, Harold fteinhard (right), of Miami, recently elected to a
rear term of office as president of the Florida Branch of
Rational Women's League, United Synagogue of America,
returned home from a four-day conference of the organ-
JMi's 28 branches throughout the U.S. and Canada at the
Theological Seminary of America. She is shown with
right) Mrs. Maurice Idell, of Beaumont, Tex., president
^uthwest Branch; and Mr?. Sidney Shinbaum. Montgom-
lAla., president of the Southern Branch.
Council Chief on Red Cross Board
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By Special Report
NEW YORK Mrs. Joseph
Willed, of New York City, presi-
dent of the National Council of
Jewish Women, has been named
to the Board of Governors of the
American National Red Cross as
a member-at-large, E. Roland
Harriman, arc chairman, an-
nounced
Internationally recognised lor
her leadership in social welfare
and education, .Mrs. Willen is a
member of the Steering Commit-
tee of the National Women's Com-
mittee for Civil Rights.
She i- past president of the In-
ternational Council of Jewish
Women and an honorary vice
president of the organization. In
it.- behalf she has traveled exten-
sively in South America. Europe.
and Asia
A former national vice president
ift fiom the "Y" Women's Auxiliary, in the form of a new
I, is presented to the Miami YMHA Branch cs the result of a
of intensive fund-raising activities by the women's group,
ring the presentation of the keys is Mis. Jack Amazon
it). Auxiliary president, while Maxwell Vv'aas, Miami "Y"
jident, receives them on behalf of the agency.
lev and Mrs Jacob I) Katz.
13 i ith i er., Miami Beach,
pk home alter celebrating
e personal "simchas" on
hie 11 in New York In the
'Vning, the) attended the grad
It..m of their son, Martin, from
khivu University, where he re
iveil In- HA degree and a Scr
h Aw; rd In Ihe alternoon
^Hliirrnron in honor "I the grad
nI .1:1 : -;. iv 1.1 bulnd.iv .
In the evening, there was a re
acp'iun honoring the engage'
Hti'.t of Martin lo Janet, dau ,li-
Br ot Rabbi and Mrs Samuel
inda. of Ozone Park .
Martin will enter Brooklyn
i" School in the fall and is
(gently working with his uncle,
lilip Kalianer. in the Attorney
literal's Office Janet is a
udent at llofstra College and
ehes at Osone Part Jewish
pnter .
Rev and Mrs. Katz also at
Hided the wedding of localite
irome ftublnowiti to Linda
in-b( rg on Saturday evening.
.1111- 13, m Paternn, N.J. .
lv!\ia preceded Rev Katz to
few York and was feted to a day
the Worlds Fair.
Yvette 1Mrs. Micky) Kraui in
(lew York for the wedding ol
khard Klrshberg and Nancy
. Wollilz-T. of Great Neck. 1. 1 .
jtst June 25 Bridegroom is the
an ,ii Beachlte Roz Klrshberg
n Accompanied on the trip by
fcb'ikie" (Mrs. Jules) Weiss.
fvette al-o plans to do the Fair
mi tb" Broadway bit while in
lotham Town other local-
|cs they'll be meeting. Adrea
|is. Harold) Soglowitl and the
iiuis Gidney'i .
I Flying to Utlca for a visit with
^Mste'r and family, Lil Blasberg
mil last weekend Several
vs later. Pauline Saler. her
neighbor in the Morton Towers,
jetted to Washington, 1> C to
see friends there Eventually,
they'll meet at the Americana
Hotel in Manhattan where the
vacation will include several
Broadway shows and the Fair,
no doubt Hut all "ood things
have to come to an end some
tune, and the pair will be home
b> mid July.
Missing from their usual
haunts foe the summer will all
four members of the popular
Bernard Spector family, of 4500
No, Jclferson Shirley and
daughter Berna motoring north
to scout the New England col
leges for women With onlv
ore more year at Beach Hi. the
pert deb teels it is none too soon
to decide on where she wants to
acquire a higher education .
itinerary is planned so that it
reaches Maine for the start Of
Camp forest Acres. where
Berna is an aide Joining her
there will be 12-year-old sister
Anna Jane, now with her grand
mother, Anna Stein, of the
Executive House, on a visit with
relatives in West Virginia .
Also .driving in Maine around
that time will be the man of the
family, Bernie He and Shir-
ley will then embark on their
own vacation jaunt which will
stretch until it is time to scoop
up their daughters and drive
home.
[sadore and Hen
in New York enjoj
reunion and taking i
Fair Height of
(he graduation of
ter, Robin, from
Schoenfcld Beth
School, where she
tificates of honor in
luew and English
Dickman are
m a family
n the World's
the trip was
their daugh-
the Esther
Jacob High
received Cer
both the He
Departments
MRS. JOSfPH WaifN
i I the Council. Mrs. Willen has
headed its committees on volun-
teer study and on future training.
She served as chairman of the
Community Leadership Training
Program Committees and the In-t
Presidents' institute of the 70-
year-old education and service or.
ganizatlon.
Mrs Willen is chairman Ol the
board of the Workers Defense
1 eague and a member of the
Executive Committee ol the Na-
tional Social Welfare Assembly,
and former vice president of the
Liberal Party in New York.
The 50>member Board ol Gov-
ernors is the top governing body
ol the American National Red
Cross. Eight of it- members are
pointed by the President of the
I'nited states, who himself serves
,s the organization's honorarj
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Friday. Juiy -
By EDYTHE SCHINPIER
Recreation Knits Up the Sleeve of Care
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Just step right
up folks. You
pay your nickel
in some eases
not even a pit-
tance and you
take your
cnoice. Be you
Midget or Major, the Miami
Beach Fecreafon Department
has an activity for you. a situa-
tion when loneliness can be
shared or energy channeled.
"There's no excuse for anyone
to be lonely on Miami Beach,"
said Jack Woooy. director of
recreation for t'.e city and a man
dedicated to the proposition that
everyon" should 'Live All Your
Your Lift."
Born in Russi". raised in New
York City and bred in the Cat-
skill .Vnuntains. Jack Woody
came to Miami Beach twenty
years ago. from 1344 to 1949.
he operated a rcstr.urant named
Woody's. For the past twelve
years, lie has heen associated
with the city of Miami Beach.
Self-Trained
"I'm a self-trained recreation
leader," said Woody, an impish
pucker on his lips, a Jewel on
hi< smart tie. "But the depart-
ment is well-staffed with college-
trained people."
The department operates four
c immunity centers, three major
recreation centers, eight play-
grounds, a fishing pier, a ser-
vicemen's center, and two swim-
ming pools. In additon. three
"friendship corners" are main-
JACK WOODY
now is the futvrt
tained as gathering spots for
elderly residents and tourists.
"Before we had planned activi-
ties tor all age groups, there
were people sitting in their
apartments on Miami Beach,"
said Jack Woody, "just concen-
trating on their aches and pains
Perhaps it was the memory of
my mother and her life on the
East Side of New York that in-
spired me to work with elderly
people.
"When my mother's work day
was done, all she could do was
to go out and sit on the stoop
of the building in which we liv-
ed. There, on the stoop, she
might catch a breath of fresh
air and a bit of conversation with
a neighbor. My mother would
have enjoyed the adult social
recreation program we have on
Miami Beach. 1 have taken the
people out of their apartments,
out of the patios, out of the past
Pioneer Women of Greater Miami
Hold Installation ot Officers Here
and immersed them in the pus
ent and the future."
Personal Participation
It is evident on Miami Beach
that tne people enjoy an activ-
ity in which they can participate
more than a passive one The
social dances and square dances
are most popular.
"But please understand." said
Woody, "that we reach out for
people from 4 to 100. offering
over two-hundred activities to
the public at no charge or a min-
or charge. We have a teen-age
council at which the youngsters
suggest a program suitable for
their age group. We do not im-
pose our ideas on them. But
usually by the time they reach
fifteen, we lose them. On Miami
Beach we get very young sophis-
ticates."
Frequently. Woody encounters
the products of the playground*
on Miami Beach in the person
of city and county offic lals And
secretly he wonders when he
-fort!
Home Show Plans
A record showing of early en-
tries for Florida's largest indoor
attraction, the annual November
Home Show, indicate an optimis-
tic attitude of South Florida busi-
ness firms. S;iow director John
S. Gassaway reports that 30 firms
have already contracted to be in
the show as compared to only five
entrants at this time last year.
Leading the field of exhibitors is
Florida Power and Light Co., tra-
ditionally the largest spaceholder
in the November Home Show
Gg9gc xz xz xzz
Mrs Moses Meyer, vice presi-
dent of Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women recently returned
from a tour of Israel.
At the annual meeting of Great-
er Miami Council held recently
ul the Algiers Hotel, Mrs. Oscar
Zeltzer, chairman of the Nomi-
nating Committee, prese Ited the
following slate, which was unani-
mously elected:
Corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Anna Quaker; recording secre-
tary, Mrs Jack Raffel; financial
secretary, Mrs. Sarah Shapoff;
treasurer, Mrs Sam Davis; vice
I resident-. Mrs. Jack Sills and
Moses Meyer.
President Mrs. Milton Green,
member of the national board, ap-
pointed the following chairmen:
Mesdames Sally Barr, journal;
Katherine Victorhouse, dues; Os-
car Zeltzer. donor; Ida Bookspan
and Joseph Krantz, JNF; Abra-
ham Shedroff. Israel Bonds; Rose
Brody, tours; Jacob Weiss, stamp
books; Jennie Seitlin. child res-
cue; Fred Sandier, membership;
Moses Meyer, Moetzet Hapoalot
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Newly-elected officers for Coral
Cables Club are Mesdames Louis
Sachs, president; Sam Davis, ii
nancial secretary; Leo Plotkin, I
treasurer; Harry Sklar, recording
secretary; Kate Rose, correspond-
.: secretarj Sonia Plotkin, Meet
ret Hapoalot.
Kadimah chapter'- new slate of
officers and members of the
board were installed in a cere
mony conducted by Mrs. Green
at a dessert parts in the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
In-tailed were the Mesdames
Fred Sandier, president; Lillie
Cohen and Jack Sills, vice presi-
dent; Leo Goldman, honorary
president; William Chase, record
ing secretary; Henrietta Spears,
corresponding secretary; Teenie
Deutseh. financial secretary; Dav-
id J. Bell, treasurer.
Board of Directors are Mes
dames Leah Friedson. Clara
Eraun. Gertrude Zollinger. Milton
Kessler. Gertrude Wei-s. Celia
Dickman. William Sokoloff and
Moses Meyer, chairman Of the
board.
Activity chairmen: Mesdames
Leah Friedson, Lillie Cohen, Jack
Sills, Jacob Weiss. Veda Gruber.
Gertrude Zollinger. Clara Braun.
Jacob Raffel, Fannie Strauss. Wil-
liam Sokoloff, flyman Meltzer, K.
Kalman, Hyman Selcer, Rose
Brody, Milton Kessler, M. Mach-
tei. Morris Kleiman and E.
Krcutzer.
Council delegates Mesdames
Jacob Weiss, Florence Peiro, Lillie
Cohen and Celia Dickman
Serving with Mr- Raffel, chair-
man of the Nominating and Ar-
ement Committee were Mes-
.aines Cohen. Sandli r, Meltzer
and Kalman
l.-l.it Club Business and Profes
sional Women's Club installed its
r officer- ..t the Miami Beach
Federal Community Room. Mrs.
I Ireen condui ted the r-eremonj
for the following slate Mesdames
i ha ike Kovalsky, president; Goldie
Rubinstein, vice president; Ber-
tha Schainberg, treasurer; Betty
Kline, membership; and Pearl
Goldberg, JNF.
Louis Schultz. Albert Mendelew
and Mr. Gold provided entertain
ment at the installation.
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munity cent haps square-dancing 0-*"
ing the fruits of some hoa
Jack Woody ;- a stou
that any hobby can be
ful if it is shared The-
encourages retired p0.i
their stamp-collecting irj e
lea and -hellpamting
we have a hobby she*1
Woody, "and people dispU,
handicraft, all that is n
give tatiifaction is for
to notice, someone to .
say. "Now isn't th.,'
How diil you ever do ;
The Most Fun
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>n with the Colorado mountains, but these
li women have dedicated themselves to
Iping a Denver institution, the Children's
thma Research Institute and Hospital,
long the gioup attending an installation
icheon of the South Florida Council of
CARIH at the Roney Plaza are (from left) Mrs.
Lawrence Scherr, recording secretary; Mrs.
Albert Dubler, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Herbert,
vice president; Mrs. Irving Miller, outgoing
president and installing officei. Mrs. Sam Kra-
tish, chairman: Mrs. Sidney Ritterman. pres-
ident; and Mrs. Adolph Stempel.
Seitlin at Seminar
Sam Scitlin, president of Seit-
lin ami Co. Insurance, is among
200 life insurance sales leaders
I torn throughout the country at-
tending the Aetna life insurance
seminar in Lake George. N.Y. The
annual conference will end on
Sunday.
Continued from Page 1-B
. Robin will attend New York
City College in the fall.
i *
Off to the land of the Alps and
Lederhosen is Mrs. Ethel Nag-
ler, Miami Beach, for the sum-
mer to visit with her son, Rob-
ert, and daughtcr-in-lnw, Ellen,
in Geneva. Switzerland ... In-
terrupting the last-minute rush
of packing were Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg, Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman, Mrs. Harry
Orleans and Mrs. Alexander Bob-
bins, who co-hosted a Bon Voy-
age luncheon for Mrs. Nagler
at the Cafe Jardin Suisse of the
Roney Plaza Also feted at
lunch was Mrs. Sidney Schwartz,
newly-elected president of Bran-
deis University's National Wom-
en's Committee.
Dick and Naomi Fink are back
in town after motoring for a week
with their young son. Jonathan
. The Kinks' other two chil
drcn are off to camp for
>u mm or .
The Monroe Zipp family
growing smaller Daug itet
Susan is still in New York
Alan has gone to Camp Univc -
as a junior counselor, and Rich-
ard left for the army ... A June
graduate, Richard decided to
serve before attending college
. He's headed lor Fl. Jack-
son, S.C.
*
El Al Israel Airlines steward-
ess Judy Kay visiting v tin
Iriends at the Doial Hotel .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedffl in.
of 3051 sw 3rd Ave leaving lor
Cleveland, where they will be
visiting with their children: Mr.
and Mrs. Martin (Lucille) Fried-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
(Ann) Levin. Mr. and .Mrs. Al-
bert (Florence) Berger. Mr. and
Mi.-. Hyman (Eleanor) Paris and
Mr. and Mrs. Jay (Leatrice)
Friedman The couples 8 >
have 11 grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren. Whde
there thev will celebrate Sam's
chil- 80th birthday Aug. 15 and att< 1 1
the the wedding of one of th sir
grandchildren. Mickey Fr I-
is man, on Aug. 23.
Benjamin Kohn (left) and Mrs. Esther Cohen, of Miami
xch, are the happy winners of two paintinqs by Olqa Cukor
in at a recent group installation function of Hanna Senesch
jldassah in the Algiers Hotel. The artist's work hanqs in the
lan Library.
ibin Chapter Plans Functions
|obyn Tubin Chapter of the
oi Hope will meet July !>.
I.m., at the First Federal Sav-
and Loan Association. 125th
and 9th Ave.
tie organization is planning a
Inch on July 12. 11 a.m., at
fforson Auditorium. 167th St..
fh Mrs. Joe Schweitzer acting
[chairman.
Jolden life members are Mes-
nes Gen Wagner. Bert Matz.
ances Kupsenel, Helen;. Blumen-
ll. Celia Tobias, Helen Frazali,
Lillian Giltelman. Dora Helitxer,
Kac Hoffman. Sofia Horowitz. I!c-
Tubin. Ann Tubin. Clori;' Tubin.
Rebecca Portnoy. Rose Stem and
Bertha Kulick.
New Dancing Policy
Jan August and his orchestra
jre holding over at King Arthur -
Court. Miami Springs Villas, where
the new dancing policy inaugurat-
ed by August is a hit.
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Friday, Ju;.- -
Poleshucks Will
Live in California
Joyce Kllen Forrest became the
bride of Victor Allen Poleshuck
on Sunday. July 27. in 7 p.m. rites
.it the Fontainebleau Hotel. Rab-
Li Jack Fischer officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs H I' Forrest, of
4510 No Jefferson Ave.. Miami
Beach. The jjrooni is the son of
the late Dr. Rubin Poleshuck and
Mr and Mrs. .Max Less, of South
Orange, N.J.
Maid of honor for her sister was
Miss Felice Forrest. The Mi>><-
Margaret Ann Polcshuck. Judith
Less, Lola Nadler and Barbara
WeisMiian were bridesmaids.
Jeftrey Allen Less was best man.
and ushers included Steve Hol-
lander. Michael Feller. Kenneth
;lir>h and Bruce Gordon Forrest.
For her wedding, the bride
i hoe a floor-length poie de soie
gown beaded with seed pearls, the
full Wacteau hack falling into a
detachable chapel train. The poie
-'He pillbox headpiece was
led in a pattern matching the
-- and featured a triple tier of
rllu>u>n veiling. She carried a
quel of white orchids and lily-
of-the-vallej
The bride attended Miami Beach
senior High School and Smith
. olli j i
The groom received h s AB de-
gree from Dartmouth. \>here he
va> a member of Tau EDsilon Phi
Fraternity, the Dartmouth College
Glee Club and president of the
Behavioral Sciences Organization.
Recipient of a F'ilene Fellowship
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MRS. VICTOR P01ESHUCK
for independent study in social
psychology, he is presently a stu-
dent at the California College ot
Medicine in Los Angeles.
He is a member of Alpha Phi
Omega, sen-ice fraternity, and
i'hi Chi, medical fraternity, where
be serves as treasurer.
Reception followed the wedding
Bl the Fontainebleau Hotel. After
a honeymoon in the Virgin Is-
lands, the couple will be at home
in Los Angeles.
Miss Van Camp
Becomes Bride of
Gary Selkowitz
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ed when Martha Jane Van Camp
and Gary Daniel Selkowitz ex-
changed wedding vows on Satur
day, June 27. 7:45 p.m.. at the
Fontainbleau Hotel.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr and Mrs. Willard Van Camp.
2255 Arch Creek Drive. Keystone
Point. The groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Selkowitz. 3S33
Flamingo. Dr., Miami Beach
For her wedding the bride
chose a lace sheath gown, fea-
turing an empire bodice, scalloped
neckline, brief sleeves and detach-
able silk linen train Her match-
ing headpiece was of imported
illusion elbow-length veil. She
carried a cascade of white orchids
Matron of honor for her sister
v as Mrs Charles C Smith.
Bridesmaids were Miss Janice Jo
smith and Miss Eleanor 11 Hal-
per
Michael Schwarti was besl man.
rnd ushers included Fri nk Rt -
lick and Latins Left
Newlywed Mrs Selkowitz at-
tended Lear School, the Univer
Mty of Miami and Emerson Col-
It i al Boston, Mass,
The groom is a Universitj ol
Miami graduate He is presently
a registered representative with
Bache and Co.
Following a reception at the
Fontainebleau, the couple will live
at the Sutton House Apts 12150
\E 19th Ave.
Vacation Show
Set For Beach?
In March, 19
Miami Beach 1
will be the lcen<
American Sportv Travi -,)
tion Show next Mar >
According to the pro
J. Carroll Jr. the Ii
Show will be the m
ol its kind ever sei p|
and Latin America
On tap will be exl
1 iosI reipectod nan
mg equipment, displa
1 wide range of res
tion areas, top-notch eni ,-
and a group of pub!
tion events lor I :C
minded
Frid
Wen
MRS. GAPV SILKOWITZ
C NOW! "I
for mogic-eosq ^ab.a]
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Cedars Reaches
Volunteer Quota
A full quota of teenage girl-
has now been enrolled in the
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Lob-
by Shop
Additional volunteers will not
, he needed for the remainder of
the summer, it was announced by
Mrs. Morris Blau. shop chair-
man.
"The response has been most
gratifying," she said. 'A com-
plete vacation staff was .-elected
from recommended high -chool
students, many interested in a
career in nursing and other hos-
pital positions."
Youth Group
To be Installed
Rabbi S M Machtei will install
officers of Chaverim, teen-age
j.roup ot Temple B'nai Sholom,
during Friday evening services
this week
To be installed are Gary Kre-
-el. president; Marc Bart, vice
president; Frances S.iperstein.
recording secretary; Eileen Berk-
cwitz, corresponding secretary,
ilobert Zitnn. treasurer; Lonnie
Norman, chaplain; and Brian
Gardner, .-ergeant-at-arni-.
Play to be Discussed
A lecture on Pirandello's play.
'Right You are If You Think
You Are. will be given at the
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa-
tion on Thursday morning. 10:30
am., in the auditorium of Wash-
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave.
Randy Ross Will
Wed Miamian
Next December
lira Lee Ross, of Freeport.
Long Island, NY, announces the
engagement of her daughter.
Randy Susan, to Bruce If, Rap
paport. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
J. Rappaport. 6091 SW 11th St .
Miami. I
Miss Ross will be ;. second
year scholarship student at the
University of Chicago in the
fall. ;
Her liance. a Silver Knmht
winner, has just graduated with
general honors from the Inner
>ity of Chicago, where he was
a member of honorary societies
Owl and Serpent and Iron Mask.
He was one of ten graduating
seniors honored by the Dean ot
Students Office and the Alumni
A-M>ciation with the Howell Mur
ray-Alumni AModitioo fo- his
contribution to the extra-curri-
culum program at the univer-
;.ty.
He also was the recipient of
tin' Woodrow Wilson Fellow-hip
and the Danforth Graduat? Fel-
lowship for four years of grad-
uate work in political science.
A December wedding in Long
Island Is planned

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Corndorf Wins Contest
Max Corndorf has von fir.-t
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execs .
wbd: ng bells
Hi \;is a champagne reception .it the F'on-
tainc Hoi ..i-' week when Eve Chanin
beca- the bride of .lack Kardon. Eve, lovely in
an a' headed gown with a matching little hat
veil, rrying white orchids, was attended b>
^& :. Mrs Morris liatshin Eve- daughters,
p-.d Mrs. Herbert J. Salzman and Mr. and
an Bauman. and their children. Diana,
and Jeffrey, were in the first row. The
. as attended by Mr. i nd Mr-. Hen Litman
r lists included Mr. and Mrs. Cy Wechsler,
^B Lillian Kiison. Dr. and Mrs. H. .1. Gersten,
and Mrs. Edward Cohen. The Kardons
,.n extended honeymoon trip and will re-
, the earl) fall.
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turn
GOING GOING, GONE
I-ie Schwabe and Florence Kcisch have left
for a i ruise through the West Indies. Leaving
j^^B Kingston. Jamaica, they stopped al ten
islar '.miIi t:\'-day stopover in Trinidad.
Florer.e is a fine traveling companion. She can
handi .ill the linances. since she's a math
teach'
fefl.inie Feinbei-j and Martha Kobrovsky left
Idlewi.c Airport for points European. Minnie.
execi i -i-cretar> f<>r (ireater Miami Section.
Natu i ouiHi. hi .lewish Women, is looking for-
leeing Council's projects come to life in
KIA-FEY KAWA
it in plain English it was a coffee"' that
n Mrs. Hymani Kaplan gave for her neice.
ha Paula Kent, daughter of Mrs Alice Kent.
d Stuart Spector, son of Mr. and Mrs.
S Spector. this month. As the guests arrived.
< ne was given a tiny lily of the valley nose-
The word "wedding" was taboo, and as
I you had to turn over your flower to the
who caught you saying it. Whoever col-
the most Rowers received a prize. A
pink and white box held "Tips for the
Bride." and it was crammed full of suggestions.
The two grandmothers. Mrs. Julius Goldman and
Mrs. S. .1 Spector. were loving every minute of
the party. Other guests were Mrs. Herman Wep-
man. Mrs. Howard Hirsch. Mrs Haword Mar
gcluis, Mrs. Harold Zeeman, Mrs Arthur Kahn.
Mrs. Harry August. Mrs. .1 K. PreehUng, Mrs.
Nathaniel Levin. Mrs. Arthur Italic and Mrs Pete
Silverman.
AROUND TOWN ON FATHER'S DAY
At Westv/iew Country Club the crowd of
lathers and their families was SO huge that many
had to be put on a waiting list. Fresh fruit
comprised the centerpiece at the individual
tables. Family parties included those of Leon
ard Abess, Finest Janis, Mitchell Wolfson
Charles Blank. Simon Bloom. Herbert A. Matins
John Serbin, Samuel Resnick and Dr. Lester A
Russln with their children and grandchildren
The William Singer tribe numbered nearly twen
ty. The usual prizes were given, the youngest
father was John Serbin Jr.: the oldest was David
Singer, and the prize for the most children went
to James Cohen.
At Red Diamond Inn were Xomi and Mar-
vin Zank with their children, Steven and Ellen,
bobby and Jack Golds worth and Toby and Don-
ald Friedman were there with an assortment
of their own little babies.
At Chesapeake Seafood House were Dorothy
and Martin Spector and their brood. At Red
Coach Grille were Helen add Seymour Somer-
stein and Helen and Don Solomon and offspring.
At Kings Bay Country Club were Lilly and liar
ry Schiff with their son. Neil, and his wife. Bar-
bara, and the children, also Ann and Larry
Stewart and their daughter. Gail.
THEY WERE THERE
Bob (Mrs. Arthur) Treister wrote that there
are so many Floridians on her cruise ship, the
Caronia decided to hold a Florida Day.
FRANCES LEHMAN
Rafkind Elected President
William Rafkind. CLU, manager
.i the Home Life Insurance Com-
pany Of New York, was elected
.resident of the General Agents
ind Manager- Association of
Miami. He is a member of the
American Society of Chartered
Life Underwriters.
NMS DONNA SYROP
Donna Syrop
Off to South
Donna Syrop was surprised with
a Bon Voyage party at the Ca-
bana Club Restaurant at the Ron
cy Plaza.
She left for Buenos Aires as an
exchange student.
While in Buenos Aires, she will
say hello to her cousins and aunt>
in Concordia and Basavilbaso.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Yiddish words sometimes lost- tlvir charm when trans-
lated into English, but '"kochlclfel"COOking spoonwhich
so aptly describes Sylvia Heinhard. according to her own
definition, loses none oi its descriptive powers as it envis-
ions Sylvia poking into everything interesting she can find
and stirring up the women she is working with for the bet
terment of the Jewish community. I-wish-oriented in the
Young Israel oi her Orthodox parents in Brooklyn where
she was horn. Sylvia lound an outlet for her energies in
Young .India
Broil-lit up OH the ideals of Torah. Sylvia has lived DJ
it throughout her life. Graduating from high school at the
age of 16, she went to New York University on a full schol-
arship. Majoring in biochemistry, with one one halt year
to go for her degree. Sylvia left college to learn how to
scramble eggs for her soldier husband She had known
Harold since she was 12. Strangely enough, since they
are both so synagogue minded, they met on Yom Kippur.
Their first son. Sandy, born while Harld was in the
Philippines, is now at Yeshiva University. Then there are
Judy and Robert, all spaced four years apart, all steeped
in the Jewish tradition that has
\ made Sylvia the success she has
4E fj^^ been as president ol Zamora Jew
, _jj ^' ish Center Sisterhood and presi-
dent of Beth David Sisterhood.
Always active in the Florida
Branch, National Women's League
of the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica. Sylvia has Just been elected its
president. As president, she will
organize the sisterhoods of new
synagogues and give training ses-
sions among her other duties. Syl-
via is filled with drive and energy.
Beth she and her husband feel that
all Jewish life stems from the
synagogue and that it is the pri-
mary factor in Jewish cultural life
in the community Besides, she is on her soap box to make
United Synagogue women realie that they also must take
part in community affairs outside of synagogue to round
out the perfect Jewish woman.
' Why did you choose me to write about?" asked Sylvia.
"I'm not a Joan of Arc. It's not a great thing I'm doing.
I love Judaism, and because I love my religion I don't de-
serve to be patted on the back for doing what 1 am capable
of. I cant use my hands. But there- 10 doubt about it
I have a busy mouth where it counts."
Be that as it may. Sylvia lives the kind of life that -he
feels is inherent in hei religion. Friday niuht is filled with
meaning in the Heinhard family; and on Saturday, they
all go to services together, it is possible to be a well-
rounded Jew and a well-rounded person at the same time
rounded with poundage, giggled Sylvia She bowls in two
bowling leagues, plays mah ynj. and i- constantly on the
-'" Dynamic and with boundless energy. Sylvia confided
that whatever she is. it is what she has learned from being
wonderfui guy. Harold H SYLVIA
married to
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TO MISS IRENE DUNNE AND MISS HIUNA WEINTRAUB
Two Brothers are Engaged at Same Time
Two brothers have decided to become en
Saged at the same time
Dr. and .Mrs .1. L. Dunne of 21321 NK 24th
1 t No. Miami Beach, announce the engagement
i> ftheir daughter. Irene Lois, to Stanley Kimmel.
sen of Mr. and Mrs. George Kimmel. 8850 Haw
i borne Ave.. Surf side.
And Mr and Mrs. Man in Weintraub. of For
est Hills. N.Y.. are announcing the engagement
of their daughter, Irene Lois, to Stanley Kimmel,
mel. another son ot the George Kimmels here
Miss Dunne and Stanley Kimmel are plan
ning a June. 19*5 wedding.
Miss Dunne is a graduate of North Miami
Miss Hessen Now
Mrs. Blank
The Saxony Hotel was the site
of the wedding of Miss Bonita
Gale Hessen and Arthur Blank at
8 p.m. -itos on Saturday. June 27.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiat-
ed.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Hessen, 4544
lost Ave. The groom is the son
of Mr and Mrs Samuel Rich-
man, of Hendersonville, Tenn.
formerly Of Miami Beach.
Maid ot honor was Helen Kram-
er Jerry Kichman served as best
r.ian. and ushers were Arnold Hes-
sen. Jay Messen, Robert I-scr and
Jan Ma'zler.
The bride graduated from Miami
Beach Senior High School, The
groom graduated from Miami
Beach Hii;h and attended the Uni-
versity of Florida.
Reception followed the cere-
mony at the Saxony. Following a
Jamaica honeymoon, the couple
will live in liendersoin die Tenn.
-
Grays Reveal
Alexa's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Bucky H. Gray.
Miami Beach, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Alexa
Yvette, to Michael Harold Lazarus.
rligh School, attended the I nivor-it\ ol MiaaJ
and does professional modeling.
Her fiance is a graduate of Miami
lliuh School and will graduate from the i
sity of Miami School of Engineering next Juno
Miss Weintraub is planning marriage six
months earlier, in January. l!bo, with Stuart
Kimmel.
She attends the University of Miami, and
will teach ell montar school when she gi iduatej
in January. Her husband to be is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School end the University oi
Miami He will attend Temple IJniversit) School
oi Dentistry in the fall.
w-f ti. r-K.ilot
/MRS. M'TMl'R BLANK
MRS. MARTIN C'KNSTFfN
Double Ring Rites For Miss Brenner
MISS ALtXA CRAY
son of Mr and Mrs Benjamin
Lazarus, also of Miami Beach
The bride-elect, a graduate ol
Miami Beach Hiuh School, is now
a junior at the University of
Miami, where she majors in art.
she is ;i member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sorority
Her fiance is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and at
tended the University of Florida.
He will graduate in January with
an AB degree in psychology from
the University of Miami. He will
crter the University of Miami Law
School in February.
A June. 1965 wadding is plan-
ned.
Phyllis Harriet Brenner and
Martin Irvin Greenstein were mar
ried Saturdaj evening, June 20, in
a double ring ceremony at Tem-
ple Zamoi a ith Rabbi Hershel
I.rook- ull
The bride i- the daughter "1
Mr. and Mrs Irving Brennei
Viera, A-1 I oral Gables The
m i- the 'i ol Mi and Mm
.!' i,i. in 4H.M SW Till SI.
For h< i weddin :. the bride wore
floor-length white lace gown
ler -11K illusion \eil ii II from .i
i i ,n oi lace and pearls she
i. tried i Bible with ;i white orchid
and ills
Miss Esther Brennei sister of
the bride, was maid ot honor
Barn Greenstein, brother of the
iioom, was best man
The bride was graduated irom
Coral Gables Senior High School
and attended tin- University of
Florida, where she belonged t<>
Alpha Epsilon Phi Sororitj she
now attends the Universitj ol
Miami,
The groom was graduated from
.Miami Senior High School and re-
ceived ins BS degree in electrical
engineering from the I :
oi Miami
\n.r a honeymoon I
. -t. the couple will liv I
es c.Jii
Mizrachi Uni's
To Meet Here
In Mid-July
'I- implement the brid
rael locally, a meetin
dents and leadei
i" rs of Mizrachi Won
Miami area is b<
-"i "iid weel
The historic custom
. in u herein each J<
Cd, will Ik- the Mlbjecl a
sion in connection with
World Zionist Congress '
alem this winter.
Uxpected to participate will I"
the Miami Reach, Dov M
Kinneret, Batya. Aviva '
Chapters, announced Mi **"'
Stone, coordinator for Fl
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yours,
h
^IRLS going away to college
" an busy buying clothes.
j mostlj winter wools, but with
many different ideas in mind
Some campuses are noted for
their : -rmality. Others have few
Lrestra ning regulations.
.Mi.-- Davida tfirman, daugh-
ker o: the Edward Mirmans, has
Ljust | raduated trom Southwest
ligh and is enrolling at New-
omb College "t Tulane Univer-
mI\ r New Or! .ins. Davida has
been ; dvised that dress there is
fairlj casual; while dress In the
Bitj formal to the point of
Mock igs gloves and hats.
Skirts, blouses, and sweaters
ill comprise most of Davlda'a
cam| wardrobe. Her color
ichemi will blend from brown.
and orange i- her predominant
color Three-piece wool ensem-
jble- re her favorite for off
|camp wear For after-five, she
i.ii :ig a basic black and an
urn- jn Beauty red silk crepe.
> < <.
lM'SS Brvcr!-' A"^"ler. daugh
'm :-r of the -lack Altshulei-.
a ill e attending the University
it South Florida at Tampa. The
Mian High graduate said this
iill be the first time that she
las .lit a wool wardrobe.
Skirts anil sweaters will be
ier standard dress for classes,
ith lew shifts for comfort.
live j has matching headbands
or i most ail her outfits. Her
lece- tries are in basic brown.
tint n >*t of her colors are bright
-pit -. yellows, and blues
\l with her wcol ensem-
iles, he is al-i> packing two
Rwm .as. Fur after-five, she's
ikn.: u basic black, a basic
rhite and a hort black chif-
|on. One full-length formal is
so I ing alon:
* -
he Universitj ol Georgia at
Athens i- destination of
0A1 Jiej ighter of Mr
and Mrs Harold Meyers. She's
already bought six knit orlon
suits in bright colors and sev-
eral wool skirts and sweaters.
Most of her clothes work around
brown, black and red. She has
a brown suede coat trimmed in
dark brown leather cut in the
Aline silhouette. For rain wear,
she has a "'London Fog" fleece-
lined coat and is considering a
shirred beaver coat, as well.
For evening, she has an emer-
ald green silk brocade with a
matching coat. The theatre coat
serves double duty over her
white brocade formal. No slacks
are allowed on campus, but
.loAnn is taking a few pairs to
wear in the dormitory. Geor-
gians dress in the city, so hose.
gloves, and hats are part of her
basic wardrobe JoAnn favors
hats with brims.
A different picture of clothes
** college life is painted by
Miss Vicki Lebar. daughter of
Mrs. Bernard Lebar. A second
year student at the University
of Chicago. Vicki feels that in-
formality is the keynote on
campus. Slacks and snorts are
worn to clas-es. with tights in
the winter-time.
Vicki likes to top her slacks
and shorts with boy's shirts, but
for going into the city, she wears
times gloves. The accent is on
culture. orchestras. theatre,
concerts and discussion groups,
but dress remains still casual.
Urge Catholic* to be Cautious
WASHINGTON (WNS) Ro
man Catholics in the country were
counselled this week to be very
cautious about supporting Consti-
tutional amendments designed to
thwart the Supreme Court decision
barring prayer* and Bible reading
in the public schools
All. n Bi
ms. stimrt spector
Noon Rites For
Spector, Kent
Martha Paula Kent became the
bride of Stuart Harvey Spector at
a high noon wedding at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel in a double ring cere-
mony on Sunday. June 28.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Alice Marks Kent. 1814
Opechee Dr.. Coconut Grove, and
Mr. Philip Kent, 2940 SW 25th Ter..
Miami.
Mrs Spector attended the Uni-
versity of Florida lor two years,
-he will complete her studies in
the field of speech therapy at the
University of Miami.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs Louis Spector. 6919
Sunrise Ter.. Coral Gables. He
has just completed four years at
Georgia Tech. and will graduate
in March as a civil engineer. He
will take his Master's degree at
the University of Miami. He was
; member of Phi Epsilon l'i. soc-
ial fraternity
Attending the bride were Mrs.
.lohnAlterman. Miss Mary Kratze.
Mrs. Michael Mills and Miss Bar
bars Senkarik. Groomsmen were
"lark Spector. David Kent. Mich
acl Mills. John Alterman. Robert
Hater. Donald Vinton .lr and
Robert Breckner.
Atter the celemony, the couple
I.'it lor Las Vegas and California
Chappie, Bell
Exchange Vows
In Lauderdale
Elaine C Bell and William L.
Chappie will live in Miami follow-
ing their honeymoon trip to
Jamaica.
The couple exchanged wedding
vows before Rabbi Richard M.
Leviton at the Pan Air Recrea-
tional Club in 7:30 p.m. rites on
Sunday. June 28.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Iris
B. Manning. Edward Glickman
served as best man. and Anthony
F. Manning was usner.
For her marriage, the bride
chose a wedding gown of white
silk organza over blue taffeta
strewn with white organdy flow-
er.-. She carried a white orchid
bouquet.
Newly wed Mrs. Chappie is a
graduate of Coral Gables Senior
High School and attended the
l niversity of Miami.
The groom went to Sidney High
school, attended the University
!>1 Miami and served four years
with the U.S. Navy. He is employ
ed at Pan American.
Reception followed the ceremony
;.t the Pan Air Recreational Club,
Kvervboilv gets what they want

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Lipp Joins Firm
Jules Lipp. former lieutenant in
the U.S. Navy, has joined the tirm
i.: Abbott, Finkcl and Associates,
representing Security Mutual Lite
insurance Company of New York.
I.ipp has lived in Miami since 1944
.lid attended Miami Senior High
School and the University of Flor-
ida
vVemer-Kttha
MRS. W'UiA/VI CHAPPIE
Fla Podiatrists
Elect Miamian
Dr Seymour Leopold was elect-
ii president of the Florida Podia*
Iry Association at the group's con-
vention at Cocoa Beach.
He has been a resident of Miami
lor 15 years and is past president
of the Southeast Florida Associa-
tion.
He was graduated from Tem-
ple University in Philadelphia. He
;- a member of the Board of Di-
rectors of Temple Beth Am.
Dr. David Stone, of Hollywood,
was named presidentelect for the
coming year
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To the beloved memory of John f. Kennedy
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KADDISH
Leonard Bernstein
Conducted by the Composer
Felicia Montealegre, speaker
Jennie Toutei, mezzo-soprano
Comerntu Sing-rs, Abraham Kaplan, c'ircctor
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Friday, July 3, 1964
Dade Federal
Opening Branch
In North Miami
Joseph M Lipton, president,
Dade Federal Sa\ni;< and Loan
Vssociation, announced thi~ week
the Fridaj Julj :; grand opening
date "i the association's ne
block-long North Miami office at
\\v 7th Ave and 12lh St
There will ho a full day of cele-
bration starting at s am. when
North Miami Mayor Kit on Gissefl-
danner will officiate at the rib-
bon-cutting ceremonies
There will be plenty of fun for
the youngsters, with free kiddie
11 ments and souvenirs and a val-
uable prize awarded every hour.
One of the highlights of the
r'ay-long events will be an Uncle
Sam Penny Party for young-
ster up to ten years of age.
With savings accounts of $25 or
more, your youngster will receive
n beautiful ceramic I'ncle Sam
bank and have the opportunity to
dig into Dade Federal Saving's
party box and keep all the pen-
nles he can put into the bank
in one minute." Lipton declared, community service by Chase Fed
oral Saving- and Loan Association
JOSEPH LIPTON
Beach Lodge BB
Patriotic Rally
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
Frith will hold a Patriotic Rally
,.t Miami Beach Auditorium on
Saturday. July 4 The function
begins at 8 p.m.
Souvenir gifts will be distribut-
ed to guests, and admission i-
Iree. The rally is .sponsored as .<
Mr. and Mrs. A. Henry Kauflinan are reelected aban (left) for their service. Looking on are
commanders of the Miami Beach-Surfside Metro Mayor Chuck Hall (second from left;
Chapter of the Disabled American Veterans and Mrs. Henry Balaban (right),
and receive plaques from Judge Henry L. Bal-
There will be something for
everyone. For the adults, sched-
uled is an old-fashioned hand con-
cert in Dade Federals spacious .
parking lot on the north side of ''nnry B,a,,*bwV Joseph "Wl and
Invocation will be by Dr Ir\
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-
Fl The Singing Mailmen. Mrs
Miami Beach Couple Reelected to Serve
As Disabled War Veterans Commanders
A Miami Beach couple have officer of the day. Sam Goldfine.
;ain been elected to serve a- tergeantat-arms; and Morris Kis-
< immanders of the Miami Beach cnberg; Hay Hagland and Max
irfside Chapter 2J of the Dis- Hoffman, trustees.
the building. A special art ex
hibit Will be held by the Palette
Allen Gildersleeve will present
VOCal -elections, with music by a
t.,...,,.., !>,. cii inuii "in oe nciu ov me cue ,-,
Service Cross. Sil 25 piece orchestra conducted bv
urple Heart with 'Ub .-""'.Allied Arts of North
vintnrv \t,.fl,i ,.h Miami, with artists actually at MIM B,UM Daj
work sketching landscape
traits ind still life.
por-
Nazi Murderer Shifts Blame
Distinguished Service Cross. Sil-
ver Star. P
c luster and Victory Medal with
five stars He served in the
Coast Guard during World War
II
Mrs. Kauffman was a volunteer
nurse during World War I and
during WoJldWwn ^(nTole H"n8Che' forme'' ,egal ai tied American Veterans They Serving the women's group with have two sons Jack of Sherman I:'chmann- uh" '" on trial n,"rt' Graham, Gerald Schwartz, presi
ce installed by Circuit Court Mrs. A. Henry (Rae) Kauffman Oaks, Calif., and Robert, of Phila
idge Henry L. Balaban at the as commander are Mrs. Walter delphia Pa.
eterans of Foreign Wars Hall (Margaret) Rex. senior vice com-
I re recently mander; Mrs. Murray (Ray Lci-
Serving the men's group with benberg, junior vice commander;
Principal address will be offer*
i (I b) l>r II. Franklin Williams,
dean of the Universitj College,
1 niversity of Miami
Also to appear are Miami Beach
PRANKPl RT -- fWNS) otto ttayor Melvin Richard, Judce
Henry Kauffman, Of 3191 Sheri- Mrs- Morris (Dorothy) Eisenberg. I
> n Ave., as commander are Farl chaplain: Mrs. Paul (Irene) An-
umpton. senior vice commander;
with Hermann Krumey on charges dent of Miami Beach Lodge of
ol exterminating virtually all of B'nai B'rith, and .Joseph L. Good-
Hungarian Jewry, told the court man. chairman of the evening
Among guests of honor at the that the executed Nazi butcher Benediction will be bv Rev.
istallation ceremony was Metro was alone responsible for the Wiley Scott, of Miami Beach Com-
( buck Hall crimes against Jews. munitv Church
ax Thurston, first junior vice
i mmander; Walter Rex. second
nior vice commander- Phil J
lllagher, chaplain; Jack Reiser.
geiillis. adjutant; Mrs. Irv (Kate)
Goldman: conductress; Mrs. Alan
(Verai Hole; trustee: and Mrs.
Max (Pauline) Thurson. commit-
tee woman.
Mr Kauffman is a retired por-
tiait photographer listed in "Who's
Who in American Portmit Photo-
graphy."' and has been exhibited
in London. Paris, Chicago's
World's Fair and the Tokyo Art
Salon. Kauffman founded and
The Hofbrau Haas, on U.S. served as first president and
P lute l. Hallandale. just south of chairman of the Board of Critics
e Gullstream race track, is open of the Guild of Professional Photo-
cry day from 4 to 10 p.m.. and graphers of Philadelphia
ndays from noon to 10 p.m. The first to organize i Jewish
)ne of the largest and finest War Veterans Post in Pennsyl-
tchens in Florida is maintained l**oia, a post is named in his hon-
thi- dining establishment, now 01 today He is the holder of a
lebrating its 16th anniversary
ar
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f.nd American specialties and
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'Ise serves a complete restau-
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: uet room for private parties is
vailable, and Fritz Dorigo is in
i narge of reservations.
lorigo has been in the restau-
nt business in the Greater
uimi area -since 1336. previously
irking in major dining establish
ents as a chef in Switzerland,
ance and New York
"lourmet dishes feature Wiener
hnitsel a la holstein. saner-
taen. spring chicken suite a la
ausseur, and a wide variety of
a specialties prepared by eight
'Is. all trained in the European
id it ion of fine foods
Popular prices prevail at the
ifbrau Haus, and there is ample
e parking.\T.
Low Interest Loans
Arthur H. Courshon. chairman
Of the board of Jefferson National
Lank of Miami Beach, announced
that Jefferson National was for
the first time in Dade County mak
ing new ear installment loans at
the new low rate of fVt percent.
This is the first time in the his-
tory of automobile financing in
Dade County that such a low rate
has been offered to the consum-
er public."' Courshon emphasized
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fJenisti fk-ridiaiKi
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Build
Stations;
warded
Cypen. president of
Ionic for the Aged,
week that Palm
jration was award-
to construct a com-
g station complex and
Tions in the Pavilion
PPbe Home.
B. Fleeman, vice presi-
Mtd Building Committee
n, opened the sealed
Thursday, June 25, in
lunior Auxiliary Day Care
f the Home, with Palm
i it* Corp., one of six con-
- Mfemitting bids, having
Mid of $46,661.
Leadership and members of
mittee present at the bid
oj HE*" David B Fleeman,
Harry Altman, Stanley
Louis Bresler, Judge
Bn. Artie Kravitz. Irvm
on de Hirst h Meyer.
He. Sam Kesnick and
Hd B Spaet.
Hid Korach, of Miami,
Hfchitects
Constructi > .n
tipn will .i- a
lding pr' The
-ralntrvtation and I wo substa
[ wfijl be a separate, modern
vitliin the Pavilion sec-
HkV- the needs
70 residents who reside in the
lions The nursing station
Ha complete self-dependent
H>\< ry way and staffed by
tpersonnel.
FogntainvieviApartment Home Features
The Best of Modern Conveniences
/MARY IUEN SATIN
Mary Satin Gets
Wharton Degree
Mary Ellen Satin has graduat-
ed from the Wharton School of
finance, receiving her degree at
the University of Pennsylvania
iiini laude
She was accepted ti> Harvard
:.. m School nn a scholarship, but
decided instead to accompany her
sister, Marcia, a junior at the
College for Women <>f the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, on a lour
through Europe.
On their return, they will spend
some tune here with their moth-
er. Mrs. Anne Satin. 4301 Royal
Palm Ave., and youngesl sister,
Wendy, a senior al Miami Beach
High School, who was elected vice
president of the Student Council.
ip Book Goes on Sale
The prime area adjoining the
163rd Street Shopping Center will
soon be the site of a new condo-
minium apartment-home commun-
ity, the Fountainview, by Paul
Uell and Norman Feinberg. build-!
(rs of fine communities in South
Florida for the past 15 years.
This latest Bell-Feinberg ven-
ture is destined to become one of
the fine addresses in North Miami
Beach. Fountainview is designed
to combine the best in total liv-
ing with the ultra-convenience of
location. The eight-acre setting
features five handsome buildings'
with a total of 220 spacious apart-
ir.cnt-homes.
Each building has a separate,
air-conditioned lobby, inter-com
system and carpeted interior cor-
ridors, usually found only in the
n.ore expensive apartment resi-
liences. In fact, the private cen-
tral corridors ;! Fountainview are
unique in moderate-priced apart-
ments.
.lust steps from this private, se-
cluded garden setting is the bust-
ling lG3rd Street Shopping Center,
with over 70 stores to satisfy the
resident's every need. The con
venience of having everything at |
hand is one major feature of Fnun-
Isinview, where residents can
walk in minutes to supermarkets,
a bank, theatre, restaurant and
department stores like Burdines.
The 163rd Street Shopping Center,
the largest shopping plaza in
South Florida, adjoins Fountain-
\ iew.
Fountainview is designed to be
a complete world, self-contained
lor gracious privacy, yet enabling
residents to take advantage of all
the benefits of the ideal loca-
tion.
Each apartment-home combines
the best of apartment convenience
and home space, including Carrier
central air-conditioning and heat-
ii.g, an elegant entrance foyer,
private screened balcony, pano-
rama picture windows, wall-to-
v all carpeting throughout, sep-
arate service entrance, mirrored
vails in the bathrooms, tub and
bhower enclosures, ami more.
Each kitchen is complete with
the latest General Electric ap-
pliances, large self-defrosting re-
I liberator-freezer, eye-level wall
even and hooded range. Laundry
and storage facilities are located
I'll each floor.
A separate recreation buildi .
en the grounds will be the setti
toT congenial fun"and acTTv*iUi
A full-time recreation director V I
supervise a complete program
activities. Residents will en
(he use of 'he air-conditoined si
ial hall and auditorii m. ca
rooms, library, snack bar a
uilly-equipped kitchen.
Model apartments are n
open.-ST
Town Hall forum
"Is Everyone a Lawbreakei
will be discussed by the Peo;
Speak Town Hall Forums on F
day, 8 p.m.. in the auditorium
Washington Federal. 1234 Wa-
ingtOfl Ave. Panelists will be I
tective Sgt. Larry Cotzin.
Miami Beach Police; Berna
Baron, teacher and casework
Miami Beach Social Service I
partment; Leonard Coleman. bi
nessman; and Chaim Rose m
i rator.

FOUNTAINVIEW CONDOMINIUM APARTMENT-HOMES
edition of 'Postage
of the I'nited States''
Hta 8*l0 'his week and will
Hnilahlf by mail from Ihe
G< Hnnicnt Printing Office
Ke popular publication, which
Hp>>' 71,009 copies in the previous edi-
| First issued nearly 40
years auo. it has had total sales
BHhi.too to
iew edition embraces all
Slates issues irom 1847
the 5-cent Audubon stamp
Ifine arts series issued De-
7. 1963. In addition to the
ion .ni.l description of the
there are table;- showing
designers, engravers, first day-
sites and dales, together with
quantities of stamps sold and cov-
ets canceled on the initial day of
issuance since January. 1953.
Cantor on West Coast
Cantor 11 Marchbcin Marbiny
is now in Los Angeles, Calif..
> rving at Beth Israel Congrega-
tion in the capacity of music di-
rector and choir leader. His u ife.
Stella, has been appointed voice
instructor at the Los Angeles
Music School, Cantor Marbiny.
who officiated at the Ritz Plara
Hotel here during Passover, will
letum next spring.
ar tMitzvvk
Donald Cohen
Ner Tamid will be the
le Bar Mitzvah of Don-
en on Saturday morning,
[with Rabbi Eugene Labo-
biating.
is the son of Mr and
rrbcrt Cohen, 2020 NE
, No Miami
a student in the Ner
(eligious School and at
3rth Miami Junior High.
ion in Donald's honor
iw the Bar Mitzvah cere-
Shachnl service and also read
the Maflir from the Torah.
Mark is in the graduating class
ol the Temple Religious School
and will enter eighth grade at
John F Kennedy Junior High
School in September. He was on
Ihe Honor Roll of the school last
car. His hobby is fishing. He
has a brother, Jeffrey.
Kiddush reception wi!' be given
in his honor by his parents after
the service.
Mark will chant the entire
Mark Eisen
pSisen, son of Mr and Mrs
Eisen, 122S NE 196th St..
ami Beach, will become
tzvah at Temple Adath
|n on Saturday morning,
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
Iciate.

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Ter.. and first grandchild of Mr.
and Mrs David R. Ritas, of Coral
tables, and Mrs. Celia Rosendorf.
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resident in radiology at Jackson
Memorial.
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Steven Mark joined the family!
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27. He weighed in at 7 lbs. 3 ozs. ^
The voung man was eagerly
greeted by his three sisters, Kar-
en, Janice and Susan
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>Jtf h ist fkxridian
Fridery. Jul-
Offenhenden
Plaque to Hang
In Medical Center
Chaim Wcizmann Branch of
Karband will meet at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Audi
torium on Normandy Isle next
Tuesday, 8 p.m.
Mrs. Dora Offenhenden will be
presented with a plaque in mem-
ory of her husband, the l;:te Isaac
offenhenden. one of the founders
and first financial secretary ol ihe
Chaim Weizmann Branch.
The program Tuesday will also
include a review of the contro-
versial play, "The Deputy," by
Samuel Berkenblit.
The plaque to be presented
Tuesday is a duplicate of the ori-
ginal, presentation of which was
made recently at the home of Moe
Levin, chairman of the branch.
The late Isaac Offenhenden was
;. veteran Zionist and long active
ir. the Israel Hi>tadrut Committee
here.
The original plaque will hang
in a room of the Beersheba Med-
ical Center in Israel. Hanging
will take place July 24, the ifhy
of the Center's dedication.
Moshe Berman. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami 1s-
i'JC-1 Histadrut Committee, left last
week for Israel to attend the ded-
ication and to bring the Isaac
Offenhenden plaque with him for
the dedication ceremonies.
Guests, at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin
are seated on the floor (left to right) Samuel
Ofienhenden. Harry Chaet, Leah Levin, Johan
L. Berman. Seated second row (left to right)
are Samuel Berkenblit, Moe Levin, Bella Fish-
man, Clara Offenhenden. Dora Offenhenden,
Yonnah Berman, Fannie Sacks. Standing
third row (left to right) are Jacob Fishman, Sel-
ma Berman, Helen Berkenblit, Anna Katz.
Harry Sacks, Anna Chaet, Aaron Katz, Sonia
Katz. Harry Sachs, Bea Sachs, Moshe Berman.
Neal Sonnett Elected Vice Pres. Of Young Demos
Neal Sonnett. 21-year-old grad-
uate of the University ,( Miami,
was unanimously elc- ted vice
President of the Young Demo-
cratic Clubs of Florida .~t the an-
nual state convention held at the
Americana Hotel.
Neal Sonnett is the youngest per-
ron ever elected to the :late vice
[.residency of the Young Demo-
MIAMI BEACH
crats, an organization ol some
5 ooo members from throughout
Florida. He previously served as
president of the University of
Miami Chapter, as a board mem-
ber of the Dade County group,
and last year headed the organi-
zation's .statewide Speakers Bu-
reau.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Sonnett, of 1360 Stillwater Dr.,
while at the University, he serv-
ed as captain of the Varsity De-
bate Team, president of the
Senior Class and the College of
Arts and Sciences, and Attorn-
ey General of the student body.
He attended the University on
a four-year, full tuition debate
scholarship, and was named fourth
ranking college debater in the
United States as a sophomore in
college. Graduated on June 7, he
wat cited by "Ibis," the I'M year
hook, as one of the "Outstanding
Graduating Seniors.""
While at the Young Democratic
convention, he was notified that
he had been awarded an academic
scholarship to the University ol
NIAl SONNITT
Miami Law School Sonnett will
begin his studies there i- Septem-
ber. Tlii> summer, he will work
; community relation: director
lor the Miami District ol Encyclo-
pedia Brittanica
Dee Marden. of the Ocean Waves, and Margaret Stearns, of
the Sun Dancers, are being instructed by Jack Woody, rec-
reational director for the City of Miami Beach, in theii duties
as hostesses at the square dance at Miami Beach Municipal
Auditorium on Friday night, 8 to 11 p.m. The dance is spon-
sored by Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association,
and is free to square dancers and spectators. This is one of
the many events scheduled during the city's Fourth of July
Festival.
The luxurious new Doral Beach Hotel has added a new trop-
ical beach to its oceanfront facilities. The Doral has decided
:o restore the accent on "beach" in Miami Beach and pur-
chased a 500-ft. oceanfront area directly to the north and ad-
joining the hotel's property. A true "tropical beach" is the
result, complete with native "chickees" (thatched-roof huls
which provide delightful shade) and lush tropical foliage, all
opening onto a vast expanse of sparkling white beach. The
nuts were built by members of the Osceola tr.be. In addition
io Doral's new beach, the hotel, now in its second "summer
season." offers American plan dining on the Starlight Roof
which has become world-famed for its star-ipanaled ceiling'
featuring over 10.000 miniature stars. Fine continental cuisine
-s offered along with the music of Mai Malkin and his orch-
estra, who play nightly for dinner dancing.
Bureau Library
Closes for Summer
Central Jewish Libra-' of the
Bureau of Jewish Education is
now cl..... cording to an announcement i>>
Joseph Cohen, president .1 the ilu
rea u
The Central Jewish Librarv is
housed in the Bureau of Jewish
Education Building, i3.~> \w 3rd
Ave.. and includes over 9.(KM) Jew-
ish volumes in Hebrew. Yiddish
and English.
The library will reopen Monday,
Aug. 24 Mrs Anna Sintow is Bu-
reau librarian.
Manischewitz Will
I Live in Israel
By Special Report
NEW YORK-William B. Mam-
MShewitZ, a director ol the I! Main-
chewitz Company, was tendered
a parly recently by the executives
union representatives and rabbis
ol the company, upon his leaving
t(. settle in Israel, where he will
represent the company.
Manischewitz is secretary of
Religious Zionists of America and
was chairman of the Life Mem
berahip Association of Religious
Zionists of America.
He has also been active with
Yeshiva University and American
Friends of Hebron Yeshiva. both
' New York, and Yavneh Acad
' my, ol Paterson, N.J., which bis
children attended. He was one of
the founders of the Orthodox
synagogue of Teaneck. N.J., Con
lion B'nai Yeshurun.
Accompanying Manischewitz are
ins wife Esther, a native Israeli
i"" of Rabb, Mordecal
Ostrovsk; ol Jerusalem, and their
three daUj liter- I.e.,,;,. .,(,;,. ;,,!
Aharon,

New President
Gelernter Named
'Man of the Year1
At a recent Friday night tor-
v ice, Herbert Gelernter, of 3406
Granada Blvd., Coral Gables, was
;. warded a plaque as Tern pie
"idea s 'Man of the Year."
Albert Jacobson, president ol
the Men's dub. presented the
plaque to Gelernter "for outstand-
ing sen ice to Tempi,. Judea."
Gelernter was recently elected
I resident of Temple Judea for his
Ihird term He and Mr- Gelernter
are longtime residents of Coral
i*0les, and they are charter mem
hen of Temple Judea
Special Assrsfonct Pr*,jfc
NEW YORK ,.\s L
gram to provide ip,, \
OCe to Negro .... B ***
:ng for busin. i -.' b'"
rai announced h< hj v ,*
racial Council
tunity rind a gr. |, ,./"
^ork City bank-
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Welcome to^rjn
rlonors Specif
family Occasions
Your Welcome Wagon Hostess
will call with basket of gifts...;
and friendly greetings from reli-
gious, civic, and business leaden
of our community when your
family celebrates a sixteenth
birthday, announces an engage-
ment or the birtf. ol a new baby.'
or moves to a new borne.
When tht ccct.cn crises, phone
HI 8-4994


t, July 3. 1964
vJenisii Fkridfiann
Cy bituarie*
German. Rebecca, 75, of MO
esi Ave., died June -'7. Rlvorsld)
JER. William Harry, :.:. "i IMti
H i ill. .1 .imi.- .':. Riverside.
rinsky, Max, 7". ..f 133 Srd Bt.,
Juna 26. Rlversld)
JLNiCK. Bessie, 67, of 936 Penn-
gtvanie Ave., died June 87. Rivtr-
o'ff. Nathan, 74, of W4 Chasi
... Services mi Chicago, Newman.
SS, Dr. Herbert F. 38, ,r 7"."
rmona Ave., died Jun< -'>. Bcrv-
- in New York. Riverside.
IUFMAN, Gerson Gerald, 63, "i
(iiji Ba) Dr., i 1 June 23. Services
i Ne.u York City. Rlveralde.
OOSKY. bol S.. 66, of 177. Collins
v. Services in .W\v York City.
I\ erglde.
NSBCHli, Samuel. 73, cif 6765 BW
i-i si. Riverside.
AFF. samu.-l F. 7, of MM NE
Dth Ter., I'ompano Beach, died
ij ii.- S3. Gordon.
COBS. Helen, i". of MSO 8W -'.th
i died June 25. Rlveralde.
UMMER, Wayne (Pappy), 78, of
ss n\v ;!.'iili St.. died June ... Rly-
rslde.
Imuels. Ruth, '.*, of 1389 nw 2th
died June 23. Gordon.
LLMAN, Mary. TT. of 1238 Penn-
. U.wiia Av.'.. ilit'd June L'.".. Blaa-
rg.
rris. [da :.. ':. of 1801 HfrfMnr
\.-. Services in Bangor, Me. Riv-
sid.
H. .Mr-. Mary, Tv. ..f S9I NE 156th
'er.. dud June 21. Riverside.
LGOFF. Jacob, 63, of no NE 171st
r. Riverside,
HEN, Samuel, 11, of 1330 NE Bay-
re Dr., < 11-.l June S3. Qordon.
ERN, laabelle, 78, of M45 l>k.
nncoast Dr., died June '-"-'. Gordon,
ldstein. Beiilamtn, ''. of 116
\.-. Services in lltlladelphla. New-
lan.
las. Joseph, v-,. of '".'..i'. Bay Dr.,
led June 17 S. i \ Ii es In Atlantic
llty, N..I. Klversldi
LDBERG. I Ii, 11 > I i", of 1340 N W
"3th Ter. died June 17 Riverside,
VER, Mi -. ICachi I, '.'l. ..I r.i., W,
T-ii Ht Hi.I. ah. Rive -ni.
INDENBERG. Albert, <'. of 7:':'7
isi Hr., died June IK. Rlv< rsld<
UNDERS. Kdllh, 66, of 6132 Hard-
ii. \v,- died linn- 16 Riverside,
N GILDER. Samuel, 6S, ,.i MSI BW
tli r, ll .11.,ii.I.ii.-. died June 16
i. v : Midi
ACH. Reglna, 73, of 142 W wh
Sen mi \. u Vork < 'it\ i:,\ -
-hie
SH. Rose, I, ,.f ;::.. Tatum Wa-
ivnj li .1 ,1 June 1'. Rivi rslde
GAL. Mrs l sale, 7-. of i" NE
i i St., died .Inn. 16, Itiversidi
VOCK. \ -i. ;, .. -i |7K2 m:
-'..t Si Rivi side.
RAUSS. Kmll, 36, of 7" NE l'.ith
I Rixtrnlde.
RENkes. \\- Jerry, -. of .'in
W : T. :.. died .1 llli I I Rivi l
Ule.
kGNER. Robert O., 63, of 60 \'W
5'li Av. ilii l June H Rivi raid)
1NES, l Jerome, 52, ol K30I BW
Ith Tei. Sei Ici in .\. w York,
nrdon.
[MAN, Morris, 61, ,,i 901 lilt St.
Services in Qlncinnatl, Cordon
INESS. \l. i. ili. mi. M4-,
dine We. Itiversidi
ER, Samuel I: 69, ..f 17'''. NE
Iih l;.l Newman.
JRITT. Ii.i, id, 57, ,,f i So. Shore
died l iih 13. Riverside.
UN, Israi I. 7. ,.r 71.-, Michigan
. died June u. Riverside.
LEGAL NOT'lci~
^.G A4^efji"*4Cff
'
A imi
and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3385
THE WILLIAMSBCRGH SAVINGS
BANK
I'lailltiff.
\ B,
EARL BAKER MIXON, el al,
I lefendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Mabeth Mnton a k a Llabeth
Mlxon, Residence L'nknown,
ii ri married, her unknown apouie,
If living and If d.-ul. Hi, unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees, asslgneea.
srantees, llenors, creditors, trustees
or other cl linianis, i-lainiinu by,
through, under or gglnat the above
iiam'il defendant who mav be decaaaa
d.
You are hereby notified that ih-
above raptloned action has bei-n in-
stltuted against you in the Circuit
Court of tin- mil Judicial fHrculi of
h'loi Ida in and for I >ail.- County to
foreclose a mortgage upon the f"i-
lowinc describe)! real property:
l^.t n Block 57 Kllt.-r ADDITION T"i
CAROL CITY, according to th.. Plat
thereof, recoi led In Plat Hook 6n at
Hat.-., is ,.f iii. Public Records "f
Bade County, Florida.
Vou ar,. required to file your an-
swer to pluiniif: comulainl with the
Clerk of thi aforesaid Court, and
st-rv.- ii copy ill, re..I upon plaintiff's
attorney MARTIN PINE, nth Floor,
! Dude Ksaeral Building, .Miami 88,
| Hiorida not later than Auguai 10, 1964,
or a Deere) Pro Confeaao will be en-
t.' >i agalnat you.
DATED: June 25, 1964.
K. B, L.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
j (seal) Itv: c. p. COPEIAND
Deputy Clerk
M VRTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
' Mill rToor I'a.I,- 1-,-il.ral Bldg.
Miami :i:', Florida
7 J-l
LEGAL NOT4**
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File AA 21540
NoTHK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
\ Martin holder of Pity of Miami
Tax Sale Certificate No. 1521 issued
(he lat day of June, A.I'. UJ62, lias
filed same in my office, and lias mad.
application for a tax deed to i- Issued
thereon, Said Certificate embraces
the following described property in
ili,- County of iiad.-. State of Florida,
to-wll:
Lot t Block E
Miami South, Plat Book B, Page n
in the City of Miami. County of
i lade, State i : Florida
The as.s. ssm. i.t of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: Cnknown.
Unless said cortlficate shall be re-
deemed according to lavs, the property
described herelu n-ill be sold to ih-
hlghesl bidder al the Court House
door on the first Monday in the month
of August, l!''4. ,.iii. h is th,- 3rd da)
of Vugust, IW4.
Dated ibis S"ih day of June, r.M.i.
K. l: I.KATHKIt.M \N. Clerk of
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: i: r. giM'Stkami
Deputy Clerk
7 3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
7-24 '
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57394- B
C: Estate of
|)SA STEfNMETZ,
eased.
;E OF INTENTION TO MAKE
ICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
ND FINAL DISCHARGE
fiii: -- hereby given that 1 have
|^^B- l-'inal K,|,,.rl and IVlllloli lol
-uii'.ii and l-'inal l >is. barge as
|ri\ of the estate of ROSA
sfETZ, deceased: and ilia! on
lb da> of July, 1964, will apply
lion..mid.- County Judges of
ade i int), Florida, for approval
f agfJj Final Report and for dlstrl-
^i id final ,li~. hart- as Kxeru-
i- late ol the above-named
This 13th day of June, 1964.
1(1 III SPETER
Execul is
|> \ GREENE
J-I0
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63453-B
IN RE Estate of
ISRAEL DAVIDS) >N
I.- eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All "i ditoro and AM IN r<>nn 11 .-
ing 'laiuis or I alnsl >ai.l
Instate
Vou re hereb' Mfled i il re-
quired lo in nt an> claims and di -
mands hlch > mi m i 'i i
ih.- state of ISB VEL DWIHSON it.
.t late of Waym County, Mich-
Iran, lo the County .1 idg) larti
aty, and file th) same in duplfi
and as provided --i Section 733.16,
Florida SI ituti In their offli i
the County Courth)ins) In Dade ,-.- in-
is. Florida, within six calen)lae months
from the time --i the first publication
- f, or th sa no w .11 i.,- harred.
I >ai. .1 .ii Miami, Fli rlda. this 16th
da) of Juni v 11 1964
.n ISBPH DAVIDSt IN
As Ancillary Bx> cutor
First publication ..f this notice on
lh. I'.lh dav ,.f June l '
Kt>VNER A MANNHEIMEB
Attorneys for Anclllar) Executor
300 Dupnnl Plasa "enter
Miami, Florida
: 19-26, T.:t-n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
in,- undersigned, desiring to engage In
luisincHs under the fictitious name of
town MOTEL a) 1446 North Krome
Avenue, Kb rlitu City, Florida Intends
to r-gister said ran:, with the Clerk
of the I'lrcuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
scsanna a McDonald
marvin bchild
Attorney for Susanna,.A. McDonald
./19-^'. 7 3-1"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4326
CARTBRET SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSi.riATIoN.
Plaintiff,
\s.
FIN LEY JONES, Trustee in
Bankruptcy,
I H-feiidant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Houston Bogle and Robbie Bogle,
ins wife, and Henry Cordon ami
Frances Gordon, his wife, Resi-
dence Unknown, if living and If
ad. the unknown spouses, loirs,
devisees, assignees, grani es, llenors,
creditors, trustee* or other claimants
claiming by, through, under or against
rii, above named defendants who may
be deci a>, d.
You ar,- hereby notified that the
above captloned action has been In-
tltuted against you In lite Circuit
i'..1111 of the llth Judicial Circuit of
la in and for Dade fount) to
forei Ii s, i ,ii., [gage upon the :'!-
lowing di -ini.- d i, al prmierty:
I...I 27 Block III Cl iRRECTED PLAT
1 >K BLOCK 13, CAROL CITY, -
rdlng to the flat then of, r., ordt d
in I'lat IIiu.k .-1 at Page .n of the
Puh R.....I- of Bad) i 'ount\,
lion,la
Vou are required '> fll, yom nn-
swer to plaintlfl con plaint iih th.-
flerk oi' th. ......'esaid Court, and
aervi a copy thereof upon plaintiff's
attonie) MARTIN PINE, llth Floor,
Bade Federal I lu tiding, Miami 38,
Florida not latei than August 10, 1964,
or a Decree l*ro Oonfessu \\:ll lie -n-
i. i d agalnat > ou.
11ATEI: June 23, 1964
E. B I.I VTHERM VN
i "l.-rk of lh.- 'Ircuit > '..in I
(seal) B) : f. I". i") tPELANI '
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorn, v lor Plaintiff
llth Fl..... Hade Foderal Bldg.
.Miami 12, Florida
7 3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6728
JAMES MORELAND,
Plaintiff
vs.
I.HI.A MAE P. MORELAND,
1 lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: I.KI.A MAE P. MURELAND
Residence I'nkown
You. I.KLA MAE P. MORELAND,
are hierebF notified that a Bill of
complaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnat you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of t'otiipln int on the
plaintiffs Attorney, itu-haid Morton,
7sjr, N.K. Second Avenue. Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit I'nuri on or before the
L'L'nd day of July, I94. If you fail to
do so, Judgment by default Will be
taken agalnat you f.>r the relief de-
manded In the Hill of Complaint.
This notloe shall 1m* published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Tin: .n:\visn PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tills 16th day of June, Al'
19U4.
E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: MARQl'ERITE MORFOKD
Deput) Clerk
RICHARD Mi IRTON
7825 N.H. S.-eond Avenue
Miami. Ha. PL 7-atll
Attorney for l'laintiff
6 1 :'--''.. 7 3-10
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CEGAL NOTICE
Page
7=
H-3
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 64C 6737
Bt INNIE LEE Til" iR,
I'lailltiff.
vs.
EDWARD DENYS TL'DOR,
I lefendanl
SUIT FOR D.VORCE
Tl I: EDWARI DENYS Tl'DOR
RESIDENCE I'NKNoWN
You a hi i. ij notified lh it a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
| qull .-d to serve a op) of s our An -
- .i ot I 'leading t.. the Bill of i'.....
Plaint on th. Plaintiffs Attorney,
I'AII, KW1TNEY, 120 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In thi
offli of the fiei k of the t In ull
Court on or bfore the 22nd da) ol
.Mil), 1964 If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will in taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
I -ill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
.,. i week fo roui consecutlvi Weeks
in THE JEWISH I- I." 'HUMAN
IXINK AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 16th da) of June, \ I'
1964.
i: II l.i: VTHERSLVN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
.-.an B) L. BNEEDEN
IVputy c|,rk
I'AII. KWITNEY
480 Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h, Fia. 33139
i Attorney for Plaintiff
6 19-26, 7 :;-in
l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63541 B
IN RE: I "state of
STANIA (iOl'LD, formerly known
i- ST ASIA ORZECHOWSKI
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing i'laiins or Demanda Agalnat Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an) claims and d<
mands which you ma) havp against
the state of B i'asi \ noft.li
merl) known as STAKIA ORZE-
i lh iWSKI deceasi d late of i >ad.
County, Florida, t.- the Count) .i
of Baile County, and file lh< same In
their offices In the C>iunt) t'ourlhouse
in 1 lade Count). Plot da, within six
iii months from I hi date of the
;. or tin- name
will be bnn i
HERBERT s SHAPIRl I
Rxei ut.-i-
BII VPIRl i. FRIED & \\ ,:\L
i ne) -
t"7 i.mm iln Road
Ml in : Beach, Flo Ida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU IT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6727
MAJtOOT ACUICCHIO,
I'lailltiff,
vs.
DOMINICK AFRICCHIO.
Defendant.
NOT.CE TO DEFEND
TO; DOMINION AfRICCHlO
11 ('niIngton stre.t
Huntlngton Station, New York
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIKIEJJ that
a Hill ,,f Complaint has been filed
agalnat you and >ou
s, i \.- a cop) of > our
d) t. nsive pleadings
plaintiffs attorney
Wnl.F, 'II Beybold
are required i"
man er or otht r
thereto upon
RAYMOND J.
Building, .Miami
U, Florida, and file the original there-
of iii the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 22nd
da) "f Jtily, 1964, or a decrei i.......n-
feaso u III be entered against vou
DATED, this 16th da) of June, : 164
i: B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
' Irculi Com t. l Mde Count). Floi Ida
(aeul) 0 C. P. COPELAND
Deput) Clerk
1/19-26, 7 S-10
Ignined, beautiful and
verently cared for
irroundi..gs for our
parted loved ones aro
source of very real
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63538-B
IN RE: Estate of
nil..,,., ..i,...i-: l: WEBSTER
1 leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All cr, ditors and \n I'ernoi Hav-
ing claims or Deinandg Against >.. d
I lalate;
Vou are hereby notified and
quired to present any claims ami de-
manda which you may have ags
the slat.- ol Hiidegarde I-:. V
di .i-.-.i late of Dad) County, Florida,
to the County Judges ol Dade Coun-
ty, and file the samt in duplicate and
a- provided in Section 73S.16, Florida
.Statutes, in their "'i pen n the Coun-
I ty Courthouse In 1'.ol. County, I
Ida, Minn al call n '. months
thi lime of the first hen -
? "f ,i me v Mi i baned.
1'.,:. d al Miami Fl irida I
da) of June, A 11
BENNi U TER
\ Vdn ,: < i-
cum Ti stn Inm so
I
thi of Jut
'
- U.
. a.in, ri.i Avi i .
6, .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVEN thai
i. .I. -n Ina i" iii^.it; n
I itsler he flcl Itli na ol
A PEN MAONA\ UN SH O W i VSE,
APEX MAtlNAVOX, MAGNAVO.X
SHOWCASE at 5656 Ulscayne Blvd.,
Miami, Fia., intend ;, register -,,M
I sa with th) Clerk ol thi Cli lit
I 'ade -"|v. Floi Ida,
FRANK RI'DICH
SfZANNE Rf DICH
MELVIN Rf DICH
ii \i:\ i:i R| id. ii
i IJ-19-26, 7-:l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU,T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6713
VLTHRRE LEE SMI ill.
Plaintiff,
\ s
MORU \.\ HENRY SMITH,
I >. T. lulallt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MORGAN HENRY SMITH
ll. aldi ii, i I nknou n
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Complaint for Dlvo I ta been filed
l *...... rid YOU ARE HEREBY
lit ..ii |RE1 to serve -i i opj of s our
- r to thi Complaint on thi Plain-
Attol n. i -. ESSEN .V KSSEN,
r -i,,. tlnali
i la, and file 11
in th. Ofl ', Ihe Clr-

tit of wh ii -
l>la Inl will l>i
i.
DAI
i: 11. LEATHERM VN I
I',, i' I' COPELAND
It) "Ii rk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 6570
MILTON LEWIS and MINNIE
LEWIS, his wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
STEVEN MAI'lli: and EMERENCIA
M \TI1K, his wife, and
JOSEPH KOVATS,
I lefendanl a
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: JOSEPH Ki 'VATS
Residence l'nknown
I YOf ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
I a suit lo Foreclos) Mortgage against
I real and personal propert) has been
filed agalnsl you in the abovi C)>urt
by the above named plaintiffs. I'll,
i mop. rt\ sought to l>. Foreclosed la as
follows:
Lot ': Block ... of SHENANDOAH,
according to the plat thereof re-
corded in Plat Hook 8, page I.....I
the public records of Dade County,
Florida, -aid property also belna
known a- 1500 S.W. 9th Street, Mi-
ami. Florida.
YOf ARE REQI'IRED to serve a
copy of your Answer or other l lead-
ing "ii Plaintiff's Attorney, MARVIN
I WIENER, Esq.. 813 Alnsley Build-
ing, Miami. Florida, and f'!. the orig-
inal iii the ofl Ici of ihe Clerk o l hi
above Court on, or before the 2Sr day of July, 1964 in default of which
the Complal hi i., U u a con-
- --, ,i ag ilnsl > nu tor the rellel
iiuesii .1 ii. r Int.
IIATE1 tlii.- 11TIt ii i) of .lun. .
at M an i. Dade County, Florida,
i: l: LE VTHERM VN
i ". i -. "ircut 'onri
si iii It) : MARUI ERITE MORFi HID

\l VRVIN I WIENER
e) a Pli
113 Am.-1. > Bld| Miami, fia.
.- 11-26 7-3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (IIVEN tl
ih, undersigned, desiring to engage
i. ,.- n. hn iiii,l. r the l -' Itlous name
SAL'S TAVERN at 810 N w. 1
Avenue, Miami. Florida intends
register said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of Dade Coun
Floi I
SER.VF1NU SALLAVOLL1TO
Sol,, i i\\ ni r
STBPHEN KESSLER
Attoi ne) for Applicant
.' 19-26 J
ial
In
of
rtn
to
of
ty,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\' iTICE is' HEREBY tllVEN that
the nii'l. -inn, d, deslrln t" i
hualm I name i
:K I'l.Ai KMENT MPANY at
; Mtrc) t. Miami, I

ii .a Hi. ol Dad)
RSON I DECTSCH
-
MARK \- is \\ ESq
iersoi tsch
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63250-B
IN RE: Estate of
riBt IROE BINQER,
I.. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona W->
Iuk claims or Demands Against Bs
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and r
unlred to present any claims and fl
mands which vou may have again
the estate of UEOROE BINGER, d-
ceas.d late of Dade County. Floral
to the County JiKlKeg of Dad) Cogi
ty, and file th. same in duplicate ai
as provided in Section 798.16, FlorJi
Statutes, iii their offices in the c.ui
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flo
ida. within six calendar months fro
the time of the first publication he]
of, or the some will be hatred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 11
dav of June AH. 14.
MARIE SINGER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice
the 19th dav of June, 1M4.
KURT WBLUSCH
Attorney for Estate of
OEOROE BINGER, Deceased.
167 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables, Fia.
; 19-26, 7 1-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6O970-A
IN RE: Estate of
SAM n.i:ss
I .....aaed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK5
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTIO -
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai I Im
filed my Final Report and Petition t
Distribution ami Final Dlscharg)
Executor of the estati <>f Sam Fie*
deceased: and that on the 15th day
July. 1964, will apply to the Honi
able '"oiinty Judgea of Dadi Count
Florida, for approval of said Fin
Report and for distribution and fll
dlschat ri as Exi cutor of Um
the above-named decedent. This l-
>f June, 1864.
HARRY SSl'KBRNICK
l Executor
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
Vttoi m >
12 I i.....in Road
M ami l:. ai h, Florida
.. 19-26, 7 ;:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63555-B
IN RE: Estati of
.111.I \.\ M. KRATZE, also
as i M KRATZE
1 '. a-. ,1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All cr, ditors and All Persona Ha
Ing claim- in Demanda Against .-'.
Eatati
You ar,- her) b) notlfli d and i
I quired to present an) claims and d
mands which you may havi again
; the estate of .ill.IAN M KRATZ
! deceasi d late of I lade County, FT
Ida, to the County .indues of Hie
County, and file the same in dupllca
nd as pr..\ hied in Section 733 '
Florida Statutes, In their offices
the fount) Courthouse in Dade Cow
ty. Florida, within Six calendar inontl -
from the time of rile first publlcatl'
hereof, or th. same will i,e barred.
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 17
da) of June. VI' 19(4.
M VRION W. KRATZE
As Executrix
First publication of this notici
th. 19th dav of Julie. 1*64.
LEON KAPLAN
,f M) rs, II. Milan K- Kaplan
Attorn,> for i:\..-uui\
1150 S.W. First Str.et
Miami. Florida
1. 19-26. 7 :t-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 63510 C
IN RE Estate of
ESTELLE l'.".-I.YN HAAS
I'e, a-, d.
NOTICE TO CRtUITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persona Ha
Ina Claims or Demands Agalnat Sa
Estate:
Vou are" hereby notified and r-
,pip,,i t., present an) claims and d,
mands ulneh \, th- -: ite of ESTELLE R< ISLY
iians deceased late of Dade Count.
a. ',. th. Count) .indues ot Dad
County, and id. the name in dupllcai
i .i .,- "i ox ii. i in Section 7.".::.i
l- im (da Stal at. s, in their offli a
the Connty Courthouse In Made Coun-
y, rlda, within -i\ calendar montl
from the time ol the first publlcatli
: l he sam. will be bai t ed.
Hated it Miami, Florida, this n ,
da) ol .i \ I 1964
l.it IS S. KATZ
I.I'IIS HAAS
\- \-ini nlstrators
l rsi publication of this nol Ii i
In I9th da) of June, 1964
. -; BGERT
f Mvii llelman & K .-dan.
kite foi Vdmlnistrators
i, i
... .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FL'ORID'V IN PROBATE
No. 63492 C
IN RE Estate ,.f
iai'i IB ii ii lOS
I........I
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED I"
THE ESTATE OF RAID DBCEDENI
You r. net -i. notified that a w rii
t. n ni. n< purport Ing to 1 th
l.i-t M i and t) stam. nt ,.l said ,i. .-,
.1-in has been admitted to probate I
said Court, Vou are hei.l.v coniniaicl
.1 within -i\ calendar months froi
lati of th,- flrsi publication
to ape -a in said i 'olli
. in- r an) you i an wh
- i -I oiii t In .i
tl should 11
tJEi 'fl T CLARK
MEI IA C i IICK, '
I AYS DWERtl

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