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The Jewish Floridian ( December 9, 1955 )

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0A MNORAHS WILL GLITTER BRIGHTLY FRIDAY WINING AS FIRST CANDLES ARE LIT lewiislb-IEIIiDiciidliiaun ,29-Number 49 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florido, Friday, December 9, 1955" Price 20£ nJta miracle in the middle of Rummer." That's how Dickenstein, president of American Israel Corpora[jlesciibes the recent discovery of oil in Israel. Here he ia traditional Menorah containing the first oil from the (well in the Jewish State. US AND THE flAST OF LIGHTS OMINOUS KE YWORD 'COMPROMISE' Israelis Skeptical of Reported Arab Peace Moves But Nerve War Engulfs World Capitals NEW YORK (TA) The State "I [srael, inured through years of bitter experience to a "war of nerves," braced itself this week for what appeared to be a new gambit -the "peace of nerves." All we. from sources in Washington, London and Cairo, came reports that peace was closer than ever, that substantial progress toward negotiations were being made, that mediators were coming forward in drove,. The proposed mediators included the United Suites. Great Britain. Yugoslavia, Burma, India and Iran. The ominous keyword in the reports was "compromise." This compromise apparently referred to the cession by Israel of territory which -he now holds. And the cession is evidently to be agreed to before negotiations even begin. In return lor the cession ol territory, in the Israeli view, all that was to be gained was a grudging, and verj probablj temporary, recognition of the truncated State's existence. The principal points of emanation for the new line were London and Washington. In London, where S r Anthony Eden delivered a -peech some weeks ago in which he alluded, to the attendant applause of the Arab world, to a compromise between the armistice lines of 1949 which mark Israel's present boundaries and the 1!)47 United Nationresolution which would have set up an Arab Palestine in much of that same territory, a discreet curtain of silence was rung down on exactly what would be involved. mificance of Chanuka istival is Deep-Rooted In Ancient Jewish Lore i l HARRY CUSHINC ttandreds of years the prayHliturgy of the Jewish home lljugngue ha\c united Jews in Mows landol their disper|fte several anthological col%  s-the Siddur. the Machzor, [hsover H lah and the 1 liturgical compilations— spiritual bonds for Jews limited, as compared festivals, the liturgy of kis a fascinating backlndhi-tor> Not unlike the HHebrew liturgy, the prayers F^a originate in the Bible %  ML story of the events IWup to Chanuka is found 'First Book ol Maccabees in [Apocrypha Another source "J> popular tor many centuM* a special scroll known as %  I'lit Hachashmonaim" or ~ Antiochus n is believed 'been written originally in il! nd as later translated %  %  %  During the Middle ,u s megillah was read in [** European synagogues **** %  M the Cook of Esther |Piirim. Today, it is still 1* Part of the Chanuka 'Wong the Yemenite Jews. '•"tillah was first printed in ^inutd on p ag# 12 B New UN Commemorative stamp will mark Human Rights Day, Dec. 10, and the seventh anniversary of the General Assembly's approval ol the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The stamp will be issued Dec. 9, significantly, im-, mediately prior to the lighting of the first Chanuka candle Fri-1 day night. In ascending order of eminence, &f the three British spokesmen who refused to be pinned down on just what territorial concessions by Israel were envisaged were Foreign t ndersecretary Lord John Hope. FoteigO Secretary Harold MaunilIan and Prime Minister F.den him-eli Pressed for replies in the House of Commons, Sir Anthonyrefused to offer a definition, Mr. Macmillan evaded direct replies on boundaries, arms aid and the effect of the Bagdad pact, and Lord Hope could not say just how many Centurion tanks had gone from England to Egypt or even, for that matter how many had been ordered. In Washington. Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles told %  press | conference that Israel's arms requesl WSI under study at the Dcfensa Department, and he had not yet had any report from that quarter He remained adamant, under questioning. OD one point. That was, that despite any seeming evidence to contrary, the C S. still held the initiative in the Middle Bast The long haul." said the Secretar) of state, is better than 'emergency operations." Official sources, however, were quick to point out thai Mr Dulles' statement „„ Israel's amis list gave no clue whatever as to when or if we ''' % %  quest would be granted. After the 'military authorities have decided on matters of price and availability, the State Department will decide on approval of the list, or any part of it. State Department spokesman Lincoln White, later in the week, told newsmen that "goodwill exited on both sides in the IsraelArab dispute and that a peaceful solution to the question is devoutly Continued on PS 2 A SUGGESTS THINGS MAY GET WORSE Sharett Reveals Israel Prepared for Adjustments-Not Cession SPECIAL WASHINGTON—Israel will make no territorial concession as the price for peace in the Middle East. This is what Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett told Secretary of State John Foster Dulles this week. Mr. Sharett, however, said that his government is interested in peace above all things and would be willing to discuss boundary 'adjustment.'' Mr. Sharett spoke with Mr. Dulles for one and a half hours Tuesday. He said it was "probably'' his last call on the secretary before flying back to Israel late Wednesday. According to the Israel Foreign Minister, he "got the impression" that his government's plea for U.S. arms Continued on Pago 2 A }SSH m woMOMTf ALMS WHO wm**un*M^ 9e Revision of War Compensation Bill ta*„..„ .„ „f $10,000 which, as enemy (jgWON Two ^J^honjMh* w< *k called on the Jmppnsat.. former al*W Nail persecution. td,!!*' Amt ri


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aVaa/^/lpr**El/7 Israelis Skeptical of Arab Peace Moves; Nerve War On Continued from Page 1 A desired on all sides He could not ie pinned down on just how closely JJ.S. follow^ Prme. M*niUT ;n's reference to ferfttoTflf t^npromise by Israel. Most sources were inclined to think that both countries did have some such thing in mind, but noted at the same time that while Eden mentioned 1947 as ;i base year. Mr. Dulles had avoided >uch reference in his address ofl the subject last August. The Israeli misgivings on all these developments were clearly enunciated in Washington. I-ondon and Jerusalem. Foreign Minister Mt>ai>e Soar*l>. spiaking^n \lf>h ingtrfn. twrYed ti,> report inbm Cairo on positive V'actiorLto tfc.' peace talk: "I have read today in the American press a dispatch from Cairo which, drawing its inspiration from British sources, conjures up most alluring prospects of an early peace in the Middle Y.w-\. I \wll not fall into this trap laid in the name of peace Israel will not submit to amputation Referring to reports that the Nege onsidered expendable tin M.m | llljlf "iMf f n BUrrcn sociation. Incumbent officers are Rabbi Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-EI, president, and Rabbi Aired Waxman. m Temple Zion, sec retarytreasurer Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has 23 members representing the Orthodox. Conservative. Liberal and Reform congregations in the Greater Miami area. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month. Bialik Branch Chanuka Party Dae Wednesday bre Bialik Branch of Farband will have a Chanuka celebration Wednesday evening. Dec. 14, at Kneseth Israel Congregation. Rev Abraham Seif will light the Chanuka Menorah Program will include Dr Isaac I'nterman. with Clara 1-ang-ner giving Chanuka readings. Beryl Morrison will preside Israel OK's Adjustment-But Not Cession Continued from Pig* | A "under very active COnafderattOR." Sharett told Dullca thai he mm nrpriaad M the -wave of ooUm about Middle East peace which hat been reported m WashingLondon and Cairo. "U anything. Sharett laid, there is "i ibiUty of things gettioa worse He -.,, i there are "varioua elements iodtcating this, pointing :il :,ll > '' quiattion oi 80 million dollars worth of runs plants and submarines from Czechoslovakia Via Moscow In d iscussing boundary adjustments. sharett made a firm stand on the difference between adjustment and cession of territory. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36871-A • i • .':>" ; %  \TI: > nl-n L.U.N >Vl.\ i \ PARSER, • *H r I Alton and AH Persona II.n landi .\. Vou. ""l eadb ..f you, are i,. I i* • 'i i. ,„1F whx h \..u. in I -.nn-l the I I. II.I.IAN RYLVIA I \l:i:i:i: %  it i' intj l loi Ida • .. 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I A M REUF.R %  Orthodox Women's Council Installation Scheduled Dec. 14 Council of Orthodox Jewish Sisterhoods will hold a winter conference and instillation of officers on Dec 14. at the Sterling hotel. The business session will start at 10 30 am. with Mrs Simon April j presiding. Mrs. Frances I'llian is chairman of the nominating committee. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky. spiritual leader of Beth El Congregation, will install officers. A symposium entitled "The Role of the Jewish Woman in the Home. Synagogue and Community" will be presented by Mrs Jacob Katz. Knesseth Israel Congregation; Mrs. Joseph Schwad-, i "ii Miami Hebrew School and Congragatioo; and Mrs. Ed Schlus-1 ser. of Beth El Congregation. Mrs Joseph Rackovsky. of Beth j Tfilah. will speak on current I nts Mrs. Louis Makovsky will speak on "Pointer's for Chairmen." Women of bfMOtal Israel Congre\ gation and Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will participate in the tra iditional Chanuka ceremony. i iintor Maurice Mamches will render a musical program. Mrs. Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob Congregation, will give the invocation. Mrs. Shmaryahu T. Swirsky is program chairman. Mrs. Max Rappaport and Mrs Ksther Lcrman are in charge of reservations. MSIDt YOURftlP... „,i -'i-^ ^•WT pi upiam i Worff/a lorgejf > ran "in 1m CltuHM Mutton m. Orkh Mk Hwreit Tia' r Member of IMI B'rIHl S. .1. Froednian •ad M. Itrphun HEBREW BOOK STOII 417 WMbiufton Ave., Miami Bcoch Betwte* fourth mni fiUh Sfl. HEBREW RfIIGI0U5 SUPPLIES far Synogavwes and Privale Ull AIM far Hebrew Schaati amnp lain TeleakMt Jf 1-9017 SAIl Cftrif I C A T f l JO RACBS NIGHTLY ?.,.„. Sjndoyi OUINIEIAS EVERY RACE • DAHY DOUBLE UiA2nd GATES OPEN AT 6 30 PM • POST TIME 8 00 P M. 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9.1955 ^2^/fcrte/7 Israel Dedicates Mew Religious School and Chanel F* M i am i dedicated from 1935 until his passing in lJUn r >*?iructed Rabbi Colr 1 'STrf li8io schoo, • KH KaP^n Chapel 'iium at a sem-inFjSS Sunday night. -.booi w named n P^j Tpmoe Israel ienf ed Temple passing in 1JM9. Rabbi Zwitman served as Chaplain in the Armed Forces of the United States during World War n. He had been named an outstanding citizen of Dade county. The chapel has been dedicated in honor of Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, i who came to Miami in 1926 and'<| who is now Rabbi Emeritus of! Temple Israel and the dean of the Florida rabbinate. The buildings, costing more than one-half million dollars, were designed by Percival Goodman of New York and Irving Korach of Miami. They include 23 large air conditioned and heated classrooms and chapel for 250 people, which opens into the auditorium for a full capacity of 800. During the High Holy Days, the auditorium will be used for additional services to those in the main sanctuary which was built in 1927. The structure also includes two large-patios and gardens for social de(llca, in Uea in the future Club Sponsors Donee Page 3 A Square and folk dance evening will be sponsored by Amity 28 of the Town Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Saturday evening, Dec. 3, at 450 SW 16th ave. and aesthetic purposes. At dedicatory exercises. Rabbi Dr. Joseph R. Narot led the con gregation in a Service of Dedication and indicated the larger meaning of the ceremony. Pointing out that "Rabbi Zwitman and Rabbi Kaplan had already dedicated these President of Temple Israel. Henry E. Wolff, presented citations to Sam Resnick, chairman of the building committee. Sam C. Lcvenson and Dan B. Ruskin. co-chairmen of the fund raising committee, and William D. Singer, under whose administration the building MR. PVMPERNIK SEZ: NOW OPEN! 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Page 4 A 9-Jmisi>nt>rkmwf Friday. vJemsfi Meridian Published avary Friday tine* 1*27 fey tha Jewish Floridian at 120 N. C. Sixth Street, Miami 1i. Florida Entered aa second-clan matter July 4. 1*30. at the Pott Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act Of March S, 117*. The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity %  nd the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Teisfiraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, American Association of EnglishJew,sh Newspapers, Florida Preae Association. FRED K. SHOCHET E ditoi and Publisher LEO MINDL1N News Editor OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephone. 2-1141 2-8212 The Jewi,h norMlan^^..^ .^r^tee^h^ K..hi ne jewiFn iv••,—.— -ruth of the merchandise advertised • U S S C K • • T One Year M-00 ON RATIIi JTwo Yaara MM Friday, December 9, 1955 Volume 29 Number 49 Kislev 24. 5716 The Feast of the Lights Henrietta Szold Day Dec. 12 Chanuka—Feast of the Lights—will be ushered in with the kindling and blessing of the first candle on Friday evening. Throughout the world, Jewry will mark this ancient celebration as they sing praises to a tradition of freedom which is the hallmark of Judaism. In a sense. Chanuka commemorates history's first uprising in behalf of religious liberty. Meaning "dedication" in Hebrew, Chanuka symbolizes the ancient Maccabees who. over Iwo thousand years ago. defied the GreekSyrian tyrant Antiochus and. under the leadership of Mbttathias, led their people in a victorious war against the pagans. Reconsecration of the desecrated Temple followed the Maccabee triumph. According to the historic leaend, oil for the Ner Tamid apparently sufficient for only one day—lasted eight full days. Thus, the miracle of Chanuka: a period of dedication over a period of eight days. In our own time. Chanuka has come to symbolize Jewish aspirations for peace and freedom. This year, the Feast of the Lights is particularly significant. For men everywhere are today engaged in a great struggle dedicated to the proposition that humanity can and thall determine its own destiny. Two giant forces —East and West—stand poised in opposing ideology. Which shall prevail? This is the question that has tormented us ell since the last great war ten years ago to put an end to tyranny, strife and human division. No less is the enduring of the young State cf Israel a pivotal question for Jewish communiles throughout the world, that look toward this republic as the fulfillment of their centuries-long dream. For. as East and West are opposed, so, too. are Israel's enemies opposed to her continued existence. As current history unfolds, it seems more end more likely that Israel shall once again be the around on which is answered the question of peace versus strife, of liberty versus subjugation. For Israel's security is no longer a matter of immediate interest to Jewry, alone, but to free peoples everywhere. The trend of the times is for the East-West conflict to focus on that ancient land from which Israel, her people and >.er ideals once issued for to challenge human intelligence. Thus, the advent of Chanuka this year emphasizes mightily the destiny of our age. Perhaps Chanuka—itself ageless—underscores a single lesson: the principles of peace and freedom are such that they need to be reconguered by every generation. Temple Israel Moves Ahead Temple Israel of Miami dedicated its new facilities at ceremonies last Sunday evening. The new facilities include the Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman religious school. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan Chapel and the new auditorium. Quietly, and with little notice among members of the general Jewish community. Temple Israel has achieved a great task in a very short period of time. The latest Temple Israel achievement is commensurate with the tone of dignity according to which its congregation has functioned throughout the years. The new additions to Temple Israel represent not only remarkable progress for the Temple, itself, but also for the Greater Miami area at large. In a dedicatory address, Dr. Joseph Narot. spiritual leader, indicated that the new facilities ^ are a tribute to the two men whose names grace them and that the construction of the new religious school and chapel are but an external expression of the achievement long ago accomplished by the late Rabbi Zwitman and by Dr. Kaplan, Temple Israel's rabbi emeritus. Thus, Temple Israel continues the Jewish tradition of attainment by word and deed—with little fanfare but with great effectiveness. SHoS GLOBAL FLASHES utom THE NEA R EAST TUNIS (JTA>-A demonstration of unemn, nearby town of La Goulette turned into an 17,^ M <* demonstrators demolished the bakery of A ih! e wish io anti-Zionist conference was held here re ce m?v ?"** '* country of Ahmed Hsssen el Bakoun. S d n U, tian Premier Nasser. Although the par i 1 n ^^m been a success. M. Bakouri succeeded in crL not PW forjhe distribution of Egyptian ^,1^^^ Tunis. Hadassah groups in Greater Miami will celebrate the birthday of the late Henrietta Szold on Monday. Dec. 12. The woman's Zionist Organization of America will pay tribute to the founder of Hadassah and to the long record of Hadassah achievement here since its inception. Throughout the years, Hadasah has been a strong Zionist force in the United States. With almost no exception, this organization has moved to meet every exigency of Zionist need and to fulfill that need in conjunction with ZOA. Today, with the establishment of the State of Israel a noble achievement and conclusive fact, Hadassah continues forward without hesitation of purpose, guarding the chalice of Jewish freedom in the Near East it helped found. No visitor to the Jewish State today can leave without havinq seen unmistakable evidence of Hadassah accomplishment there. A principal project in Israel has been Hadassah's Medical Organization—a group devoted to healing the physical and spiritual ills of weary but happy people who must occasionally take time out from their constructive labors for medical assistance. With so many years of achievement behind it, Hadassah may well salute on Monday the birthday of Henrietta Szojd and applaud the vision of this woman brought to fruition by countless Hadassah members across our nation. Proud of Their Achievement The second annual teen age conclave of youth representatives from thirty-five clubs throughout Dade county will take place here on Sunday. The clubs are under the sponsorship of the Greater Miami Jewish Center. The Center is to be congratulated for the role it has been assuming in the leisure-time activity of the Greater Miami area. Its programs are geared for all age levels, and youth groups are no exception. Last year. Greater Miami Jewish Community Center's teen age clubs undertook 147 different community projects, with hundreds of youngsters participating. These projects included fund raising, repairing toys, entertaining patients at hospitals, volunteer office work and assistance in community-wide philanthropy drives. Over one thousand teen agers are now affiliated with clubs under the auspices of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, carrying out a weekly program of activities with competent professional guidance. These young people can be proud of their achievement and honestly proclaim the slogan that has made the theme of this year's conclave meeting Sunday: "Today's Teen Agers—Tomorrow's Leaders." CASABLANCA (JTAV-Two Moroccan Jewish u T by Sultan Ben Youssef among a number of KeSS" summoned for consultations on the formation ^r "* The Jews were: Jacques D.h.n. secmTr ^ra, 7' Moroccan Jewish Deputies, and Meyer ToledamT Moroccan Committee of the World Jewish Con* WCTe l audience. M Dahan issued a statement reporting thi ,!* pledged that the Jews would be citizens with full rSS. will be represented in the government. 'isnuaa TUNIS (JTA>—Andre Barouch. prominent Tunisian sonality and editor of a daily French language newscast' was elected a member of the national council of the n?ti Destour Party at a congress of the movement held at Sfaxi ed here. At one time, M. Barouch was banished from southern part of the country because of the aid he gave ti movement. ON THE AMERICAN SCENE MONTREAL (JTA>—The Canadian Government vent a to Washington last week to pick up Israel Foreign .' Sharett for an official visit to Canada, it was announced plane arrived at Montreal, and Mr Sharett addressed an meeting there. He also conferred with Canadian Jevfat lea boarding the 'government plane for a trip to Ottawa In conferred with Prime Minister Louis St Laurent and Lester j Minister for External Affairs. WASHINGTON (JTA)—Speaking on behalf of organii the United States, Rabbi Abraham J Feldman. president gogue Council of America, told the Senate immigration su that the McCarran-WaJter Immigration Act i> •"immersi feeling." He advocated a substitute for the "racist formuli the immigration quota on the basis of the U.S. pop 1920. Testifying before the committee, Rabbi Feldman "most serious shortcoming" of the immigration law is the the national origins quota system. CHICAGO — More than half of the colleges in tl have difficulty finding jobs for students because of race. national origin, it was revealed here at a conference of Committee on Discrimination in Higher Education whose investigation of "Problems and Prospects of Equality of ( in the Light of Increasing Enrollments The job situation ed in a seven-state survey of college placement offices in 111] Indiana. Michigan. Minnesota. Ohio and Wisconsin. UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—Bitter attacks against Ah reel's delegate to the United Nations, featured long spe by Arab representatives debating the Arab refugee probl General Assembly's special political committee ^ hlleM M most of the Arab fire, some of the barbs were also directed j Minister Moshe Sharett and Premier David Ben Gurion speakers included Victor Khouri of Lebanon, and Monai Jamah of Iraq. NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS CHANVKA-Story Still Being fnocfed NUREMBERG (JTA)—A judge in Beyrouth has issued! for the arrest of Ernst Vollrath. a pharmacist at .nearby a and former county leader of the Nazi party at Meuhiniu ingia He is charged with attempted manslaughter oecaiw. ing to set the Meuhlhausen synagogue afire during 1938 pogroms, he fired two shots at the then rabbi ot me Jewish Community, Moses Rosenau. BONN (JTA)-Long awaited improvements in, the Gen Indemnification Law for individual victims of !" *' sn ^i threatened by the latest action of the Upper House o J man Parliament. The Federal Council, reviewingjrai i to the law, has rejected an amendment whichwould ^ benefits of the law to victims-many Jews --w IK dents of territory now incorporated within East^ Council recommended 74 changes in the government %  ment measure. ^„rioal BRUSSELS (JTAV-Queen Elizabeth was the pnne P %  annual gala of the Belgian Friends of Youth A i>ab the Theatre de la Monnaie. The Queen is senior pa ^ tion. which was attended by Israel M'"*^ n a well a. by the Ambassadors of India Argcntinaln i the Ministers of Turkey and Denmark^This years tion of the Darius Milhaud cpera, ^Davio^ BERNE -Premier gjjW Bg ^ that both Britain and the Soviet Union. y of the jei were following policies dangerous to tne ^h Addressing Parliament. Mr Ben Gunon^ „ w* selling arms to Egypt which would be use f s poUj Britain and the Soviet Union aro aware ot ^^ ,s he added, stressing that the goal of the fcP lation of Israel."



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'p^mb* r 9, 1955 *£*faflferAIib/7 Workmen's Circle Joins in Local Israel !""! **. *m Coordinator Page 5 A livision of the <\ now here to co.%  — ^, ( ,,,u 1 "" 1 Wort to so'i s ,, f lW T kmcns Circle ~ i Band., u lIh vvini';,' s ;!,'; ,,rd,na,e ,hc,r **• %  nntumaljilreetor of the Youth and i S,ern ** scheduled to bo the Pfincipal .speaker at-a Thrrfwlay Student*; Procarvl IKh, 1 r 1 alI >' ff,r & at the Eduea**iMcnT5 i resent V" nal '• %  vcpum 2 5 Washington ave -Miami Beach. Chcntka Story : Th,nl I*** vlutlent,,f Hebrew Academy will present "<• joined the staff of the Work, mens Circle in 1938 as director of the New York City Youth Division. Chanuka playlet' muti."^ H e graduated from Long bland ..a,,,,,:,-,":.:',!...' If' ,v, ,! v ;;!' %  *wM.iu*i Jrom New York I niversity. Hauma" Thursday afternoon. Dec. IS, In the Academy auditorium. The playlet, written DJ MrEsther Pencil, Academy Instructor Stern has been vice president of the .Icwish Labor Committee since He has been a member of Lew headquarters for the Mount Sinai hospital developEJ Da n B. Rusk in points out the island location of the ||os'i':al structure to Jacob Sher (center), treasurer of the board of trustees and member of the development •cutive committee, and Dr. Morris Goodman, hospital I and member of the Fund executive committee. lily Pitches in to Bring Story [Of New Mt. Sinai Site to Miamians r Miamians and the thou-| [tourists who make this ,1inter home or vacation tab week invited to Jthe detaiN about the new %  hospital to be erected next Collins bland. Miami jacent tu the present hosation was personally exrDanB. Ru-km. chairman I Sinai hospitals developed hospital trustee, as I phase of the campaign ,000,000 to build the new The latent announced 111.775.000 for the fund was officially begun Itonvenience of the gen, the huge model of the has been placed on I the second floor lobby of mile National Bank of Raskin said. "As tservice, the development I also et up headquarters Land Alton rd., two blocks p the present hospital and Hand site (ions concerning plans i lew hospital are being lathe new headquarter'* jjKwdmg to Mr. Ruskin. pnls are on display showJfloor plans, artist's sketches features of the proPital. I wonderful community Ibve ever seen for a single Naifs me way the in* %  shown in the new i hopital was described V by Max Orovitx, hosBt. lfi M place, contributors lot their personal funds •hat I have rarely In the lecond place, "lions in services and to conduct the fund !*Paisn ha\e been in' M <1 inspiring."' Orovitz 'PParent that the beauK*J 0U 8h'y functional hosJ?* 1 v our architects has ,* "damnation and emo*<< fwrj one who has N YOUR OWN NAS GIFTS! 14, '"*• '"eipen.ive way r G '^ON .Spec* %  ^•YOURSELF \ *M SHOP IA" •** *vi., mkm come in contact with the project." Orovitz added that "headquarters at 41st st. and Alton rd. are being provided without charge" by Dr. D. Ward White and that office equipment and furniture are being loaned for fund use at no expense '•We are grateful to the E. B. Elliott Advertising Company for the large overhead office sign they prepared and installed as a practical gift to the campaign effort." Orovitz said. "This aid has been in addition to the skilled services of the Harris and Whitebrook ad vertising agency who have put together our award winning campaign literature." Orovitz pointed out that through such cooperation on the part of the businessmen in the Greater Miami area "our fund drive has been able to maintain a consistently high standard of quality at the least cost ITUUUSUsHll Phone 9-1761 TRULY NOLEN, inc. i ,. % ^o"*'ol Co >*wwv. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS 414 S.W. 22*d AVL H. HI 6-5160 Mv your roof rspairod now: you will tavo on a now roof lator "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" Tower Tackle Co. 1117 N.W. 7th AVE., MIAMI 10OS MJE. '" AVK FT. LAUOERALE Ta, Oeattiy lUrtkmmiist at 'JsrlaVs lowest Prices FISHING TACKLE SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT + ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ARCHERY "KNOWN HOM COAST TOCOAJT" Robbi Joseph E. Rackovsky •43 MKNMAN A VMM, fcHAW %  IACH PkMt JI 1 3i5 will be presented entirely in He*#' a,lonal cxe futivc < brew Through I ional Jewish Welfare Board since 1951. song, narration and' u„ • dance Duoils uiii ,w; u He is a member of Americans for matte ,h h a Democratic Action, the Liberal heroes and heroines Party. Jewish War Veterans. Amer... William Stern connected with the Chanuka story. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, will introduce the program. Participating will be Shereen Dear, Carol Esterman, Philip Genet. Thomas Goldring, Arlene ican Labor ORT and the National Association of Jewish Center Workers. Joseph Duntov, district secretary of the Workmen's Circle for the six Southern states, is working with Stern to stimulate Israel Bond lircenberg, Jonathan Kaplan, Ran-! s a,es among members of Work dy Makovsky. Heidi Penrhan<.kv ^n's Circle Branches 692, 699 and Heidi Pcnchansky, Michael Robinowitz, Lee Rosenhouse, Joel Solkoff, Miriam Weiss, Jacqueline Wohlfarth, Robert Astor and Margaret Rapaport. 1050. He was to be chairman of the Thursday rally. A goal of S150.000 in Israel Bond sales by the three branches was announced by Duntov. Rabbi Joseph Goldwuxm. owner of THE MIAMI HEBREW BOOK STORE 751 WASHINGTON AVE. 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Page 6 A *JcnlsttnQrfM*jn Rabbi lean Kronish Beth Sholom Bar Mitzvah Saturday At Hollywood On Saturday evening. Dec 10. (if Temple Beth Sholom i jiiiher for ;i Chanuka dinner nl the Hollywood Beach hotel. The dinner will mark the 13th aiversarj oi Beth sholom. and the theme of the dinner program will be "The Beth Sholom Bar van (elehration Candlelight M ligioiM pageant will be presented Children who were horn 13 years ago when Beth Sholom was born. Thirteen years ago. Beth Sholom in its congregational career at 7'il 4Nt st Born in the midst i i war. the congregation ch< iti name "Mouse of Peace With coming Of V E Day and V-J the House of Peace" moved ti it> new home at 4144 Chase ave. under the spiritual leadership of I il'ln I-eon Kronish. the eoncrega' on urew to numher some 800 ;. mi lies. The congregation is now getting ready to move into its new sanctuary and auditorium at Chase ave. and 41st st The Chanuka dinner • n Dec. 10 in celebration of the Bar Mitzvah year will also mark b re-dedication of the congregation to a new era of service in the new .synagogue building, according to Rabbi Kronish. Co-chairmen of the Bar Mitzvah dinner planning committee are Mr. and Mr*. Samuel Oritt. Dinner planning committee are Ralph Spero. Leon J. Ell. John Serbin. s harles Silvers. Mrs. Barry Camiron. Mrs. Irving Kaplan. Mrs. Sol Pine. Mrs. J. A. Cantor. Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, Mrs. Samuel Beckerman. Emanu-EI Pupils To Mark Chanuka Students of the Temple EmanuEI School will celebrate Chanuka in a gala fashion this year. On Sunday. Dec. 11. the Kindergarten and first grade of the Sunday school will present a holiday program under the direction of Mrs. Trixie Levin, dramatics in %  tractor. Students in the seventh and eighth fr a doa <•! school will celebrate the holiday at a dance to be held on Dec. 17 in the social hall. MrAbe Kaufman and Mrs. Sam I) Shapiro are co-chairmen of this | event Chanuka parties in the home are being extended to include every student from the second through sixth grades Twenty parties will be held in private homes on the afternoon of Sunday. Dec 11 1 I ther a staff member or a student in the Center's high school will ((induct a program of games and son^s appropriate to the holiday. Parties will be held at the following homes Mrs Joseph Abelow. Mis Jerome Berger Mis Max Cohen, Mrs Isaac Dabah. Mrs Stanley Frehlmi*. Mrs Ben Gardner, Mrs Joseph Cersten. Mrs N'orman Ciller. Mrs Henry Hillman. Mrs Harry King. Mrs Joseph Jacobson. Mrs Hyman Lieberman. Mrs. Henry Morris. Mrs. Joel Newman. Mrs Julius Pcrlmutter. Mrs. William Pite. Mrs Paul Plotkin. MrRuth Pollane. Mrs. Albert Shapiro. Mrs Sam I) Shapiro. Mrs Alfred Stone, Mrs Harold L'nger and Mrs Jerome Weitzman. Coordinator and chairman of the project is Mrs. Ben Klemper. %>^ Chanuka Program At Kneseth Israel Hebrew school of Kneseth Israel Congregation will present a Chanuka play Sunday morning. Dec. 11. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, educational director, is in charge of the program. The musical portion of the program is directed by Cantor Abraham Seif. Sisterhood of the congregation \ will present each student with a Chanuka gift. Awards will be made to students who brought in I new students to the school. Jacob I A. Sachs is chairman of the educational committee, and Rabbi Jon! ah E. Caplan is adviser to the committee. ton's Club to Meet Men's Club of Monticello Park I will hold a regular meeting Tues1 day evening, Dec. 20, at the Center. GOLD COAST THEATRICAL AGENCY RONEY PLAZA HOTEL "l*f us hilp you mak* your affair m • MUSIC • ENTEtTAINMENT I Jtrry Grant Dovt Henry JE 8 5694 memorable MM" PARTY PLANNING Sam Marrit ^Jl V.rg.n.o MacWATTERS %  Eleonof STEBER Blanch* THEBQM Br.om SUUIVAM John BROWNLEE CT ^ Frank %  •-' GUARRERA The Opera Guild of Greater Miami Prtitnti thi Oriynjl MfftvpW/IM Opirj .1, i CJII in Mrtsrt'i **Cosi Fan Tutte" Lmtron Buck/ti, CN.ln,t, n Opening Ni^hr-TUESDAY, JAN 17 Dade County Auditorium 2nd Peri.wmance-THUtSDAY, JAN \9 Miami Beach Auditorium T'CKCTS W RITE The Opera Guild of Opening Night $4 25 $7 00 Greater Miami. 62\ S W 29th Rd. 2nd Performance $4 00 $6-50 Miami—or phone Miami J-5967 ——Ah, %  "LA aOHIME"Opening Night-TUESDAY. FEB. 21. 2nd Performance -THURSDAY, FEB 25 Vd Perforrtunce-SATURDAY. FEB 2J. Ticket price* same a> "Cosi Fan Tutte" for corresponding performances. vjotnw* IA Mrs. Benjamin Wolff, past president; Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, branch president; Mrs. Louis Cohen. Torah fund chairman; Miss AFFILIATED SISTERHOODS MF.iT JOINTLY Lillian Goodman. Torah fund coch_ at a Torah fund workshop. Brunch it; uled Dec. 15 at the Algiers hotel Torah Fund Brunch Slated for Algiers Southeast Branch of the National Women's League of United SynaLMLUI' of America are busy making final arrangements for the annual Torah Fund brunch Tuesday. Dec. 15. at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Louis Cohen, chairman, and Miss Lillian Goodman, co-chairman of the 11 a.m. function. Wednesday announced that a key speaker from National is scheduled for the entertaining program. Annual Torah fund affair is the culmination of a combined effort of the affiliated Sisterhoods here. Proceeds are sent to the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Affiliated Sisterhoods include Beth Emeth, Beth David. Israelite Center, Hialeah-Miami Springs, Monticello Park Jewish Center, North Shore Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom of Hollywood, Temple Emanu-EI. Temple Sinai of Hollywood, Temple Zion and Zamora Jewish Center. DISTRESSED DOCTOt must return North. Sacrrdcj pletely Furn. 3 Bedroom Cl carpeted living room, air oak floors, large choice !" v swimming pool: PluiFum.il CBS Guest Home, rented Mb ONLY $6,000 down. E2 t3 $17,000 balance. FAIR REALTY 2700 S.W. 8th ST. CALl Post, Auxiliary Will Entertain Yets Hialeah-Miami Springs Post and Auxiliary will make a visit to Coral Gables VA hospital Saturday evening. Dec. 10. to bring refreshments for patients of Ward 17. Games and community singing are also on the program. Sunday. Dee. 11, Department of Florida JWV will hold a quarterly iliary will hold a quarterly meeting at Israelite Center. Department president Freda Levine will present citations mentions at the JWV A national convention. Norman Bruce Brown Post and Auxiliary will be host to both quarterly meetings. • • • Tuesday evening, Dec. 13. Coral Gables Ladies' Auxiliary will meet at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. • • • Norman Bruce Brown Ladies Auxiliary will hold a latka and meeting at Lindsav DeGarmojeard party Wednesday evening. American Legion Hall. 2903 McFarDec14, at 1947 West Flagler st. land rd.. Coconut Grove. Department Commander Robert Fishkind will preside. • • • Monday evening, Dec. 12, Department of Florida Ladies' AuxProceeds are for community and hospital work. Post 174 will meet at the same time at 20 SW 17th ave. tUKOPEl 1 9 5 6 STEAMSHIP tl (ffmti for All Trasj-Atk Tickets and RtMrrtlN 00W7 WA/T 00 17 HAITI & JAMAICA j i; i Days Plul Trine: WEST INDIES 1 Days by Air (Plus Transportation! 0 Days by Steamer — W f DAILY TOURS: HAV NASSAU. MEXIC0.I WEST INDIES Davis Tours, Established Itt* 242 BISCAYNE BLVD.. MU Phone 945)1 •28 E.TASOUSI FT. IAUDERDAU, Phnne JA 1End of the Story to Mark Student Fett Sunday, Dec. 11, students of the Sunday school of Tifereth Israel will have their annual Chanuka program. Main part of the program will be the presentation of a play written' jby Fannie Linsky, entitled "The F.nd of the Story," and directed by Miss Harriet Damenstein, our Sun-, 'day school coordinator. Participants in the play are: Wayne Marcuse. Rochelle Lerner, Dot-cue Rubin. Diane Herein. Norms Openheim. Leslie Pearlstcm. iJoann Melniek. Rhoda Grant, Ar lene Freeman. Allan Kemelhar. Rona Roth, Penny Goldberg. Janet, Freeman, Sora Kemelhar and Dee na Rubin. Chanuka Party Sunday South Dad* Jewish Center Sunday school will hold its first annual Chanuka party Sunday morning. Dec. 11, at Hillel House on the Uni versity of Miami campus. Dance program will be presented by Henrietta Young. Now Open Shop. 1460 Washington Ave. ,YOU NAME IT AND WIN A, c c nnn Helen Curtis 50 "Her H.ghness" PERMANENT WA> S CONSOLATION PRIZES FOR THE RUNNER 4fl 3$ 25 PERMANENTS *-W .i_WINNER WIU II ANNOUNCED DEC I5TN COMPLETE ISAUTY SERVICE AT POPULAR l FREE GIFTS! 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Drftfab* 1 9, 195S ^.^^^^tfhridijr TQ M AKE HAJO* POUCr ADDRg SS Page 7 A unity Galvanizes for Giant Zionist Function Sunday ... • _i_U __l:_l _. [s*i „,<] leaders of the Jew' ,v ,n South Flond. %  finesday the largest $uc cessful dinner ever iSuTheast region of tile Station of America. ^interest is be,n enJ r. S. Sen. Alexander Address'they said. -.' j solemn warning was 5 week by Dr. Morris %iam. leader, that un05 intervene* in the Midi there will he a shooting %  k months Dr. Goodman 'dthi' statement to a group jewi-h leailrrs at a breakfrg in the Aimer* hotel. leaders nut to complete for the voninrl annual Southregional dinner of the Organization of America to thjs Sunda> at the FontainM el. Zionistfrom seven rtates. heads of various Jewish religious groups, members of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, rabbis from leading temples and local Zionist leaders are expected to tarn out en masse in behalf of their current program which is "peace in the Middle East and a halt to Soviet infiltm tion there." Joining with Dr. Goodman. Sey mour B. Liebman president of the Southeast region of the ZOA. issued a call for the Jews of Greater Mm mi, "to follow in the footstep-, of the early Maccabees, and unite !>. %  hind the Zionist banner to defeat the enemies of world peace." Dr. Goodman also revealed that many prominent Christian leaders have been invited to the affair to hear the facts relating to the Mideast crisis as deliverd by U.S. Sen. Alexander Wiley, of Wisconsin, who will be the principal speaker Sen. Wiley is the ranking Republican member of the U.S Senate foreign Affairs FmJ S i P the pr 8 ram I" Dr Fmanuel Neumann, ehairman of hHnS 01 "* A enCy —*** who helped presen, Israel's ease before the United Nations in 1947. and Abraham Goodman, well known j^ist leader, and a frequent via,itor to Miami. | Dinner committee consists of W-Goodman, honorary chairman l.ienman. chairman. Joseph N Rose, co-chairman, and itabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Manuel Aronowitz, Nathan Adelman. Joseph Alter Ben Appel, Murray Bio,,,,,. Benjamin Dubrow, Jack Fishman, Max Friedson, Saul Genet, Hen Giu>r, Harry Gordon, Abe HurewKz, Isidore Kramer. Oscar I.elchuk, Bernard M. I.ieberman. Herbert R. Linick. Joe Mechlow, A. Arthur Pekelner, Mr and Mrs. Harry Platoff. AI Quadow. Liebman Will be Speaker on e h7 Ur ,. B Liebman President 70A Sout heastern region district, iwijrs i g uest speaker f tn e £ionist luncheon club Wednesday S? n K the Ra,eigh hotel Miam, Beach attorney Philip Salmon i*> chairman. 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Convenient F,orid '* Largest wholesale Manu. location.on Collins Ave., Miami Beach. ,acturer SfifiZSr'tSZj"" 1 9 Dixie Picture Frame Co. 3540 N.W. 54th St. Refined Woman in Sixties Florida committee consists of i Morris Kristal. Hollywood, Sol Haliczer. Tampa, Morris Madfis. HollyI wood, Sidney ("olen. St. Petersburg. Leon Haber. Tampa, Israel Feiden. St. Aufu^tine. Irvinu Oxenhorn. Hollywood, M ;i n ii e I Aronowitz, Tampa, Isidore Kramer. Hollywood, Leo Sehwack, West Palm Beach, Al Morrell, Orlando. Harry Waldman, Sarasota, L. S. Frankel, Orlando. David Cowen, Tampa. Jack Becker. Jacksonville, and Arthur Pareser. Orlando. LaO i'tment Phone 65-1241 WISHES TO SHARE A MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT by the year with another lady (not an invalid). Must be near but transportation and shopping area. Does not keep kosher. I CALL 89-8722. Kipnis, president of National Container Corporation, lover a check of S25.000 for State of Israel Bonds to Sidney (right) as Leo Lebow, vice president of National Cons', looks on. Kipnis redeemed a commitment made at the r of Slate honoring Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharf Glazier, city manager of the bond drive, and Lebow, in i of Kipnis' Miami office, were on hand to greet Kipnis (Miami International Airport where he turned over the Academy to Fete Chanuka Pupils of Beth Fl Hebrew Academy will present their annual Chanuka program on Thursday eve|ning. Dec. 15. in Dora August auditorium. Featured highlight will be 'a "Double or Nothing" program I based on the Bible and Jewish history. Presentations will be directed by Mrs. R. Guard, Mrs. A. Guttridge, Mrs. R. Rackovsky, Mrs. R. Ross and Mrs. R. Uliss. Dr. S. T. 'Swirsky will deliver an address. Excellent Baal Tfilah Baal Korah First Class Hebrew Teacher, especially tor Bar Mitzvah preparation. Good personality, seeks connection. 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?a$e 8 A eJew/sJrfforAJrjtf Riverside-Beach Chanuka will be ushered in with the dedication of a huge Menorah Friday evening at Beth Jacob Congregation. Stevie and Vickie, children of Mr. and Mrs. William Mechanic, will present the Menorah to the congregation in memory of his grandparents, Israel S. and Wittel Mechanic. Presentation will be made in Hebrew, with Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual :ader. responding. Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the •jaditional Chanuka liturgy. Memorial Chapel On Normandy Isle Rjvenkfc BMCI) Memorial Chapel recent !\ nponotl itfuneral I ; .| i.T.f) Norm.indy dr., Mb nn Ho.ioh. to -rrve the rrsufcirt* of Miami Bench, North MiamOwly wood md Ft I.milcrdale. It is the only chtfMl m this area 1h;it ITU -|)cci;it'(l with funeral servlcei 111 thisection. Ihe chapel is manned by experienced personnel ettO are trained to maintain the Uiver-itlc tradition [or hii'h standards of service and consideration to the family while obaerving evary raMiiea i detail." BlnbVg and Kisenlu-rg explained. Every type of funeral service is offered, including trans-shipment and 24 hour ambulance service, for the residents of these communities CKAHfl BEACH A Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel on Normandy Isle. The architecture and exterior de-, pressive buildings and shops sign of this new. modern structure j rounding it The interiors are] is in keeping with the open, airy nified, with pleasant yet lunu feeling that marks the more imdecor. Public inspection is \ m Testimonial to Fete Retiring Beth El President Sunday Testimonial dinner banquet hon Philip Berkowitz, retiring deal of I ''ion Beth III. will take place Sunday evening. Dec ll. Scene of the festivities will be the nc.vly-decorated Dora August memorial hall. 500 SW 17th ave While serving in the capacitv of president. Berkowitz was instrumental in the growth of the COBition and it\< adem>. under the personal supervision of I)r S T. Swirsky Notables and officials from the City of Miami. Dade county and the State are expected to attend. Mayor Randall Christmas will he guest of honor Christmas has been a friend of the Berkowit7 family for many years, and in accepting the imitation to attend "the testimonial, lauded Brrknwitz "for his many philanthropic, humanitarian and charitable deeds." New president. Sidney H Palmer, will act as toastmaster Albert Zisinan is a>s|s|e<| by the entertain mrnt committee composed of Sain Philips, Eugene Schwartz and Ben jamin Boskin as co-chairmen. 1421 COLLINS AVENUE %  1 S T WISHES Georgian Hotel MM 414 Beth Israel Pupils To be Consecrated Students oi Beth Israel Hebrew ichool will !* %  consecrated during r ida> evening services. Dec. 9 Following children will partui pate in the program: Arthur Am-' H I. Carol Feldman. Jeffrey Hill. Larry Matter. Mitchell Malter. Kar• i Miller. Andrea Milsen. Bonakl Paul. Susan Scher, Barbara Sch-j wartz. Shelley Schwartz, Ann Sele-' \ n and Ham Slavin. • i announcing... I Zippy's Rent-a-Car Service of JOHNNIE & HACK BEACH BRANCH 1100 • 5th STREET H0 •,. MIAMI BEACH Offering THE VERY* 1IST in SAN1TARIIM FACILITIES Murray t. Pinks Managing Dir'*-i"T rtlSOMAHZID SERVICE "AMI" "MAVMV" "NAT" COULTON BROS. GARAGE Wrecki Rebuilt Mi %  .,.;„ Mi Poi.ti.g FW. 3 2244, 1-44S2 no $ W M $tr „. MEAL TH RLSORT S IQ-fc ( T • MIAMI


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,.Dtcnbw9. 1956 ibined Appeal Names Levinson To Succeed Lansburgh as Hotel Division Chairman of '56 Campaign J*rtsfk)rkiiian Mt. Sinai Hosnit.ii P many civic ana Jubilwi and was chairman of the pif activities here haa been Hotel D.vision for the United Jew civic and philMirman of the Combined 5 Appeal Hotel Division for Combined Jewish Appeal chairSam J Heiman announced jedav that the Riant hotel inv would be asked to assume onsibility for raising more 10 percent of this year's cam%  goal. Teiman appointed Moms Lanswho headed last year's Hoi Division, as honorary chairman ^assist Levinson. Although the Combined Jewish al drive Rets under way offiIjy in January. Levinson and urgh expert to call an early ioh Appeal in 1940. Back in Ulster county. New York Levinson is an officer of the Hotel Association and a director of hp Sullivan county hotel group Fie also belong* to the New York American and Miami Beach Hotel Associations. I was privileged to attend the board of governors meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at the Algiers hotel a few weeks ago to hear chairman Sam Heiman describe his experiences rael." said Levinson. 'crisis' can hardly Pagej 9 A %&*&** TPMembership Here meeting under the firanted charter of the Butchers Workmen and Allied S„nH f S Uth F,or,da was "eld David Levinson in Is"The word Personal interests must assume describe what their share of this mora | obligation faces the men. women and chil-' "Mr. Lansburgh and I caf upon jational meeting of leading drenm that country, and I feel it the entire hotel industry in Sou h J men in the near future. I is the responsibility of every Florida to mass behind Sam He! who now operates the American to help preserve democman and the 1956 Combined few ^ r> with Charles Posner and racy wherever .t is. All men of!'*" Appeal, for this is !" year of laKenin. launched his first ho-. good faith, no matter what bustsurvival, and it is un to evurvnn. Attendance included upward of 90 percent of Dade county workmen, consisting of kosher butchers, ehicken handlers, shochtim and workers in allied trades. • According to Donald Sachs, press correspondent for the local union, Sunday." newly a committee was formed and a I drive started for 100 percent membership, including fish market workers and men working in kosher delicatessens in this area. "Goal of the union is to organize all men who handle kosher food consumed by the people oi Dade county," Sachsexplained. "The union is cooperating with the Greater Miami Butchers Guild in keeping all kosher markets closed SERVING MIAMI JEWRY with HONORand DIGNITY /or OVER 25 YEARS wnturc in Miami Beach as op-. ness or profession they represent to help." up to everyone (or of the Mariin hotel in 1939 were followed by the Edgenttr Beach. Rita Plaza. Sorrento. finally, in 1952. the Algiers. nson is especially known for operation of the Tamarack in Greenfield Park. NY.. i M opened and directed by I parent• Ute Cat skill resort hotel is one | the nationlargest, handling |auny as a thousand people at a i in its 400 acres. levinson has participated widci local welfare and philanthropreetirities He was treasurer of Hebrew Academy, a director ITemplf Emanu-rJI and has been I by the Community Chest. ReIN THE MAIL •tor.The Jewish I'loridian: PyourNm 29 isttM in which (reported on the program of the numty-wide meeting held By Zionist Council in Bayfront i on Nov. 17. you failed to give ^acknowledgement to those who cipated in the musical part of I program. I'm sure this was an Bight on the part of your re[Since .so many compliments have paid to Mr and Mrs. Ben and to the Miami Beach nunity Singers and Stan Porftora stirring rendition of sevImusifar numbers. I would like Jtake this opportunity of express1iy personal thanks and that of (Zionist Council of South Flori\j* the line contribution these made to a very successful I'm especially interested pr**ing my gratitude to them : they rendered their services %  ipm-ery gratis basis. If* foully. I would like to add !" se of us who are permanent ^*" of Miami Beach are infortunate to have in our midst ltn professional artists as the ach Community Singers, ">rter and Mr and Mrs. Ben hvL I mu,:ic: 'l treat to listen wm whenever and wherever "PPtar in public. Maurice Survis, Chairman Zmnist Council of ^uth Florida. no matter how widespread their Temple Zion Pupils To Mark Chanuka Kindergarten of Temple Zion will hold its annual winter festiva Friday morning. Dec. 9. The Chanuka program will include singing and dancing native to America and other lands Appearing will be Mark Aronson. Eric Baloff. Peter Baloff. Charles Bclsky. David Berlin. Mark Boise. Paul Bronis. Bruce Browman. Howard Browman. Bernard Cohen. Al-i an Cypress. Allen Disner. Charles Ehrlich. Robert Friedland. Paul j Greenfield. Marc Hammer. Johnny Hicks, Jeffrey Hirschberg Richard Horenstein. Kenneth Kramerman. Robert Liberman. h'van Mack, Gary Mariin, Steven Paver, Lee Pollack, Harold Riemer. Andrew Rolnick. Burt Rosen. Steven Rosen, Ross Rubin. Sheldon Si! verttein, Steven Susaneck. Marc Toltz. Adrienne Alterson, Judith Aronson, Fredda Dralick. Sandra Factor, Janice Finn, Lucy Hertzoff. Emily Hess, Judith Horowitz. Maltha Kaplan. Faith Lehrner. Sandra Lemlich, Janice Levi, Lynn Marks, Toby Mariin, Helene Miller, Suzanne Morgan. Darlene Myers. Carol Odessky, Carol Potash, Rochelle Ritter. Kath IC Sands. Arlene Saxe, Maureen Schaffel. Joanne Schwartzz. Gayle Segal. 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ggag 10 A_
^JmUtJforkgac.
Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worshi,
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Saturday morning services
are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will preach on the topic:
"When Civilizations Clash Then I
and Now." Cantor Louis Garten-
haus will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Junior serv-
ices are at 10 a.m. in Yeshiva Hall, j
Class in Sanhedrin will be at 4
p.m.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning services are at
9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will
preach on the Weekly Portion
Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services will
be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.. with
Sunday morning services at 8.
feeei Alfred Wanmrnm
. 'Reaerficctie*'
TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
hold Friday evening services at
6:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
officiate and preach on the topic: participation of the following chil- .
Is Thinking a Threat to Religion?" dren: Barry Greebel. Barn Web-
Sterling cup presented to the Tern- ber. Ami Bergman. Bruce Miller.
pie by Mrs. Rose Louis Rubin will I Jeffrey Lassman. Maxine Levine. ;
be dedicated, as well as a Chanuka Marcia Levy. Sally Blonder. David ,
Nenorah and Pedestal presented Derobles, Peter LuMT, Freddie
by Mr and Mrs. George F Frank Bushkin and Joel Wiener. Ami
lin Saturday morning services are Bergman will discuss: 'What Cha
at 11. Leonard, son of Mr and nuka Means to Me." Rabbi Isaac;
Mrs. Morris Lansburgh. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.
I
CANDUUGHTING VMl
Kislev 24 5:12 p.m.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
officiate and preach on the topic:
"Wanted Modern Maccabees"
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman and
Mrs Ethel Mishket will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of
their children. Susan Fishman ""['j^,. wjI, respond with: chinuch
Steven Mishket become Bas and
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services at 9. Sermon will be
based on the Weekly Portion. Can-
tor William Lipson will render the
musical portions of the liturgy
Junior services are at 9:30 a.m.

BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
sen-ices at 5:15. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Rabbi Arie
Becker will officiate and preach on
the topic: "The Festival of Kind-
ling." Class in Talmud precedes
senices at 8 a.m. Class in Bible
will be at 5 p.m.. followed by Min-
cha and Shalos Seudos. Mr. and
Mrs Oscar Chwechkenbaum will
be hosts.

' ISRAELITE CENTER will con-
duct Friday evening senices at
5:30 and 8:15 Rabbi Morton Ma
lavsky will preach on the topic:
"These Lights of Holiness" Mr
and Mrs. Ray Gaber will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of
their sun. Mark, who becomes Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
Service* at 8:30. Cantor Samuel
Salkow will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Junioi
ices are at 10 a.m. conducted by-
Jack Katzker in the school chapel
Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. followed
ty Shalos Seudos. Daily services
and Chanuka." Saturday morning
senices are at 9. Subject of the
sermon is: "The Ways of the
Righteous." Mincha will be at 5
p m followed by a lecture on
Midrash

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
senices at 8:05 p m Saturday
morning senices are at 9 Rabbi
H. Louis Rottman will discuss:
"ChanukaDedication for What?"
("lass in Bible is at 3:45 p.m. and
will be followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos. Daily senices are
at 7:30 a.m. and 5:10 p.m.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witx will preach on the topic: "Re-
kindling the Chanuka Candles"
Cantor Edward Klein will render
the musical portions of the litur-
gy. Choir is under the direction
of Eli Samuels. Saturday morning
services are at 8:45 Ronald. BOB
of Mr. and Mrs Jacob Saifman.
and Neil, son of Mr and Mr-
Nate Buchbinder. will become Bar
Mitzvah.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will bold Frwbv svs>
ning senices at 5 30 Saturday
are at 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before morning services are at 9 Rabbi
GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
A B O V K LINCOLN ROAD
AOUDATM ISKASL HSBHBW INOTITOTB-MS 7th it. OrtKoeVw.
Kabbi leaac Ever.
BETH IMAIL CONQHIOATIONMM Prairie eve. OrthoBoK. Rabbi H
Louie Kottnian
NORTH SHORE JSWISM MMT|-M 7Sth at. CoaeervatWe. R.bM
Mayer Abraioowlla. Caaler BBwartf Klein
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM41*4 Chase ve. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronleh.
t'antor Samuel Ketemer.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL1701 Waehlnrton ave. Coaeervatlve. Rabbi Irving
1 rill-man I'nntor Philip Brummw.
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox.
Kabbi Tltx.r St. rn. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION835 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Jo-
aeph BV Ra<-kovh>.
HEBREW ACADEMYM th at. Orthbdox. Rabbi Alexander Croaa
KNE8ETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
jimah E Captaa. Cantor Abraham Self.
TORAH TEMPLE1214 Weat ave. American Judaism. Rabbla Abraham
and lui> Caeeel.
CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER!0 1'alermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi
Morrla Sk>p t'antor Irving Roblnnon.
2AMORA JEWISH CENTER44 Zamora ava. Coneervatlva. Rabbi B.
L*un Hurwlia. t'antor Itudolph Brill.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION135 NW 3rd ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
Aile Bet-ker.
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDEROALB
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD1725 Monroe at.. Hollywood.
Conaervatlve. Habbl Hamuel Lerer.
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD2030 Polk at.. Hollywood. Conaerva-
n\f Rabbi I>a\ld Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Hellbraun.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUOERDALE1801 South Andrewa ava..
Ft 1-audirdale. Reform. Rabbi Marlua Ranaon.
HIALEAH- MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-J31 Eaat 4th ave. Con-
aervatHe.
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL137 NE lth at. Re'orm. Rabbi Joaeph Narot. Rabbi
Jacob Kaplan. Rabbl Emarltua. Cantor Jacob Bornatala.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIOE CENTER S500 North Miami ava.
Cuaaiialla Rabbl Abraham Hereon. Canter Albert (iUiila
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONOREOATION-1M01 NW 17th ava.
FLAOLER-ORANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-60 NW 51at pi.
Conservative. Rabbl Ieo Helm.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER1S30 Weet Dixie hwy. ConiervaUva.
Habbl Henry Okellca. Cantor Maurice Neu.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATIONl4lh at. and NB 11th ave.
t'onaervallve. Rabbl laaac Lerer.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATIONtilt Coral Way. Conaervatlve.
BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUEMIS 8W 3rd ave. ConeervatWe. Rabbl
Yaakov Itoaenbera: Can lor William W. l.lpaon.
BETH EL CONGREGATION M>0 8W 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbl
Shmaryahu T. Hwlraky. Cantor Loula Oartenhaua.
ISRAELITE CENTER*! SW 14th ter. Conaervatlve. Rabbl Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Samuel Balkow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION1101 8W 12th ave.
orthodox. Rabbl Biraon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
WEST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER6710 8W 17th at. Conaervatlve. Rabbl
Alfred Waxman.
sundown.
e e
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Fridav SVBDiDJJ -er\
BESS at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica
Vvill preach on the topic "An An
swer to the Question of Freedom."
C-antor Maurice Neu renders the
musical portions of the liturgy,
with Lucille Moore directing the
choir. Sisterhood will be ho-t at
Isaac Kver will preach on the topic:
The Chanuka Paradox ." KJdduan
follow- Vmcha will be at 5pm.
foUowsd bf Shalos BSBBaM and
Maan\ Dsil] MTTteSi are at 8
a m and 5.30 p.m with Sunday
-ciwccs at 9 am and 530 pin
*
TCMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 Rabbi Leon Kroni-h will
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will
discuss: "Understanding the Strug-
gle and Victory of the Chanuka
Maccabees." Candles will be bless-
ed by Mrs. Irwin Sacks and her
daughter, Sally. Saturday morning
services are at 9:43. Neil, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sacks, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8 30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will preach on the topic: "The
Lights That Never Fail." Saturday
morning services are at 9. Sermon
will be based on the Weekly Por-
tion. Cantor Philip Brummer ren-
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy Claudia, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Andre Bialolenki, will
become Bas Mitzvah. Daily serv-
kMJ .ire in the chapel at 8 a.m. and
5 30 p.m.
TEMPLE ZION (formerly West
Miami Jewish Center) will hold
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offici-
ate and preach on the topic: "Re-
dedication of the House." Temple
choir will be under the direction
of Ben Yomen. Alex Pogel. presi-
dent, will officially announce the
change of the congregation's name.
Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored
by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sinclair,
whose son, Alan, becomes Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services at 9.
e e e
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will bold Friday
! evening services at 8:30. Rabbi
I Abraham Herson will present Ger-
ald Schwartz, former Southeast
field director of American Tech-
nn'ii Institute as guest speaker.
! Schwartz will discuss: "Chanuka
and the State of Israel." Cantor
Albert Glantz will render the mu-
sical portions of the liturgy. Oneg
Shabbat follows. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Rabbi Her-
son will preach on the topic: "Oil
for the Lamps of Civilization.
e e
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan will preach on the
topic: "Does Religion Belong in
Our Schools?" cantor i
^"renders the ,*
of the liturgy. IS
choir Saturday 52 *
" 8:30. Sermon SfaJ
on the Weekly ** *
class is at 4:30 p.m SL,
at 5 p.m. JgjN
Seudos and Maariv

ETH TFILAH
TION will hold Friday ewT
vices at 5:15 Saturday
services are at 8:30. Rabbi l
Rackovsky will preach on
Weekly Portion. At 4 sal
ject of his sermon is: "Pui '
for Fear of Prevention'" ,
is at 4:30 p.m., followed by
Seudos. Daily services are
a.m. and 5:15 p.m.

BETH EMETH C0NGREGA7.
will hold Friday evening sen]
at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald *i3
ficiate and discuss: "The Stu
Chanuka." Saturday morning i
ices are at 9:30.

HIALEAH MIAMI
JEWISH CENTER will bold!
evening services at 8:15.
speaker will be Ben Essen,:
Miami attorney. His sub
"Sholem Aleichem Ha
and Philosophy." Oneg
follows.

BETH JACOB CONCREGAT
will hold Friday evening tuM
at 5. Late services begin it
when Rabbi Tiber Stern preafl
on the topic: "What is i Dedkfl
Life." Saturday morning ami
will be at 8:30. Cantor Mafl
Mamches will render the aafl
portions of the liturgy. Cos!
Bible is at 4:15 p.m. Daily M
ices will be at 7 and 8 un. BM
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the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morn- preach on the topic: "Mazel Tov__
ing services are at 9. Subject of Reth Sholom b Har Mitzvah" Sat-
the sermon will be: "Why Do We urday morning services are at
Light Chanuka Candles?" Geof- 10:45 Cantor Samuel Kelemer ren-
frey. son of Mr. and Mrs Nat KaSS, dan the musical portions of the
Will become Bar Mitzvah. liturgy Richard. B9B of Dr and
Mrs. Paul L'nger, will become Bar
Mitzvah.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 5:30. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi
Simon April will preach on the 8:i5 Rabbj B; I^on" Hurwitz wiTl
topic: "The Secret of Our Endur- preacn on the topic: ..Jhf Macca.
ance." Cantor Berele Kelemer ren-jbee Heritage." Mr and Mrs Sam
ders the musical portions of the | uel jaCobson will be hosts at the
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Friday evening services at
liturgy.
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MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15. Services, dedi-
cated to Chanuka, will include the
Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Marc, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jacobson. will
become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Ru-
dolph Brill will render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
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ggag 10 A_ ^JmUtJforkgac. Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worshi, BETH EL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will preach on the topic: "When Civilizations Clash — Then I and Now." Cantor Louis Gartenhaus will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are at 10 a.m. in Yeshiva Hall, j Class in Sanhedrin will be at 4 p.m. • • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Alexander Gross will preach on the Weekly Portion Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.. with Sunday morning services at 8. feeei Alfred Wanmrnm 'Reaerficctie*' TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate and preach on the topic: participation of the following chil. •Is Thinking a Threat to Religion?" dren: Barry Greebel. Barn WebSterling cup presented to the Ternber. Ami Bergman. Bruce Miller. pie by Mrs. Rose Louis Rubin will I Jeffrey Lassman. Maxine Levine. ; be dedicated, as well as a Chanuka Marcia Levy. Sally Blonder. David Nenorah and Pedestal presented Derobles, Peter LuMT, Freddie by Mr and Mrs. George F Frank Bushkin and Joel Wiener. Ami lin Saturday morning services are Bergman will discuss: 'What Cha at 11. Leonard, son of Mr and nuka Means to Me." Rabbi Isaac; Mrs. Morris Lansburgh. will become Bar Mitzvah. I CANDUUGHTING VMl Kislev 24 — 5:12 p.m. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate and preach on the topic: "Wanted — Modern Maccabees" Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman and Mrs Ethel Mishket will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their children. Susan Fishman ""['j^,. wjI respond with: • %  chinuch Steven Mishket become Bas and Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Cantor William Lipson will render the musical portions of the liturgy Junior services are at 9:30 a.m. • • BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening sen-ices at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Festival of Kindling." Class in Talmud precedes senices at 8 a.m. Class in Bible will be at 5 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Chwechkenbaum will be hosts. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will conduct Friday evening senices at 5:30 and 8:15 Rabbi Morton Ma lavsky will preach on the topic: "These Lights of Holiness" Mr and Mrs. Ray Gaber will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their sun. Mark, who becomes Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning Service* at 8:30. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junioi ices are at 10 a.m. conducted byJack Katzker in the school chapel Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. followed ty Shalos Seudos. Daily services and Chanuka." Saturday morning senices are at 9. Subject of the sermon is: "The Ways of the Righteous." Mincha will be at 5 p m followed by a lecture on Midrash • • BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening senices at 8:05 p m Saturday morning senices are at 9 Rabbi H. Louis Rottman will discuss: "Chanuka—Dedication for What?" ("lass in Bible is at 3:45 p.m. and will be followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Daily senices are at 7:30 a.m. and 5:10 p.m. • • • NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx will preach on the topic: "Rekindling the Chanuka Candles" Cantor Edward Klein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Choir is under the direction of Eli Samuels. Saturday morning services are at 8:45 Ronald. BOB of Mr. and Mrs Jacob Saifman. and Neil, son of Mr and MrNate Buchbinder. will become Bar Mitzvah. • • • AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW INSTITUTE will bold Frwbv svs> ning senices at 5 30 Saturday are at 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before morning services are at 9 Rabbi GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES A B O V K LINCOLN ROAD AOUDATM ISKASL HSBHBW INOTITOTB-MS 7th it. OrtKoeVw. Kabbi leaac Ever. BETH IMAIL CONQHIOATION—MM Prairie eve. OrthoBoK. Rabbi H Louie Kottnian NORTH SHORE JSWISM MMT|-M 7Sth at. CoaeervatWe. R.bM Mayer Abraioowlla. Caaler BBwartf Klein TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM—41*4 Chase ve. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronleh. t'antor Samuel Ketemer. TEMPLE EMANU-EL—1701 Waehlnrton ave. Coaeervatlve. Rabbi Irving 1 rill-man I'nntor Philip Brummw. BELOW LINCOLN ROAD BETH JACOB CONGREGATION—301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Kabbi Tltx.r St. rn. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION—835 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Joaeph BV Ra<-kovh>. HEBREW ACADEMY—M th at. Orthbdox. Rabbi Alexander Croaa KNE8ETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION— 1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi jimah E Captaa. Cantor Abraham Self. TORAH TEMPLE—1214 Weat ave. American Judaism. Rabbla Abraham and lui> Caeeel. CORAL GABLES CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER—!0 1'alermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morrla Sk>p t'antor Irving Roblnnon. 2AMORA JEWISH CENTER—44 Zamora ava. Coneervatlva. Rabbi B. L*un Hurwlia. t'antor Itudolph Brill. DOWNTOWN MIAMI BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION—135 NW 3rd ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Aile Bet-ker. HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUDEROALB TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD—1725 Monroe at.. Hollywood. Conaervatlve. Habbl Hamuel Lerer. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD—2030 Polk at.. Hollywood. Conaervan\f Rabbi I>a\ld Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Hellbraun. TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUOERDALE—1801 South Andrewa ava.. Ft 1-audirdale. Reform. Rabbi Marlua Ranaon. HIALEAHMIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-J31 Eaat 4th ave. ConaervatHe. NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL—137 NE lth at. Re'orm. Rabbi Joaeph Narot. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. Rabbl Emarltua. Cantor Jacob Bornatala. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIOE CENTER — S500 North Miami ava. Cuaaiialla Rabbl Abraham Hereon. Canter Albert (iUiila NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONOREOATION-1M01 NW 17th ava. FLAOLER-ORANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER-60 NW 51at pi. Conservative. Rabbl Ieo Helm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER—1S30 Weet Dixie hwy. ConiervaUva. Habbl Henry Okellca. Cantor Maurice Neu. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION—l4lh at. and NB 11th ave. t'onaervallve. Rabbl laaac Lerer. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION—tilt Coral Way. Conaervatlve. BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE—MIS 8W 3rd ave. ConeervatWe. Rabbl Yaakov Itoaenbera: Can lor William W. l.lpaon. BETH EL CONGREGATION — M>0 8W 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbl Shmaryahu T. Hwlraky. Cantor Loula Oartenhaua. ISRAELITE CENTER—*! %  SW 14th ter. Conaervatlve. Rabbl Morton Malavaky. Cantor Samuel Balkow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION—1101 8W 12th ave. orthodox. Rabbl Biraon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. WEST MIAMI WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER—6710 8W 17th at. Conaervatlve. Rabbl Alfred Waxman. sundown. e e • NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER will hold Fridav SVBDiDJJ -er\ BESS at 8:15. Rabbi Henry Okolica Vvill preach on the topic "An An swer to the Question of Freedom." C-antor Maurice Neu renders the musical portions of the liturgy, with Lucille Moore directing the choir. Sisterhood will be ho-t at Isaac Kver will preach on the topic: The Chanuka Paradox ." KJdduan followVmcha will be at 5pm. foUowsd bf Shalos BSBBaM and Maan\ Dsil] MTTteSi are at 8 a m and 5.30 p.m with Sunday -ciwccs at 9 am and 530 pin • • TCMPLE BETH SHOLOM will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 Rabbi Leon Kroni-h will CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss: "Understanding the Struggle and Victory of the Chanuka Maccabees." Candles will be blessed by Mrs. Irwin Sacks and her daughter, Sally. Saturday morning services are at 9:43. Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sacks, will become Bar Mitzvah TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8 30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on the topic: "The Lights That Never Fail." Saturday morning services are at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer renders the musical portions of the liturgy Claudia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andre Bialolenki, will become Bas Mitzvah. Daily servkMJ .ire in the chapel at 8 a.m. and 5 30 p.m. TEMPLE ZION (formerly West Miami Jewish Center) will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate and preach on the topic: "Rededication of the House." Temple choir will be under the direction of Ben Yomen. Alex Pogel. president, will officially announce the change of the congregation's name. Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sinclair, whose son, Alan, becomes Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9. e e e TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will bold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi I Abraham Herson will present Gerald Schwartz, former Southeast field director of American Technn'ii Institute as guest speaker. Schwartz will discuss: "Chanuka and the State of Israel." Cantor Albert Glantz will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Herson will preach on the topic: "Oil for the Lamps of Civilization. • e e KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will preach on the topic: "Does Religion Belong in Our Schools?" cantor i ^"renders the ££,* of the liturgy. IS choir Saturday 52 •" 8:30. Sermon SfaJ on the Weekly **£ class is at 4:30 p. m SL, £ at 5 p.m. JgjN Seudos and Maariv • • %  ETH TFILAH TION will hold Friday ewT vices at 5:15 Saturday „ services are at 8:30. Rabbi l Rackovsky will preach on Weekly Portion. At 4 sal ject of his sermon is: "Pui for Fear of Prevention'" is at 4:30 p.m., followed by Seudos. Daily services are a.m. and 5:15 p.m. • • • BETH EMETH C0NGREGA7. will hold Friday evening sen] at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald *i3 ficiate and discuss: "The Stu Chanuka." Saturday morning i ices are at 9:30. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI JEWISH CENTER will bold! evening services at 8:15. speaker will be Ben Essen,: Miami attorney. His sub "Sholem Aleichem — Ha and Philosophy." Oneg follows. • • • BETH JACOB CONCREGAT will hold Friday evening tuM at 5. Late services begin it %  when Rabbi Tiber Stern preafl on the topic: "What is i Dedkfl Life." Saturday morning ami will be at 8:30. Cantor Mafl Mamches will render the aafl portions of the liturgy. Cos! Bible is at 4:15 p.m. Daily M ices will be at 7 and 8 un. BM '•• I U! CRf I T I N C S DIXIE TELEVISION SERVICE "Ceere erf DeetaeeSw mi Neaeit Men" SALES aarf SERVICE Aatharizcrf RCA Otalif 1635J W. DIXIE HIGHWAY NORTH MIAMI BEACH, M ~ PHONE 8U-6340 J. Deaahay, OmMt ^ Roof Lea Call Victor Let w reeefc • I pff e eew ea* Nl *# 9-5274 Acme Roofing the BIST' the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday mornpreach on the topic: "Mazel Tov ing services are at 9. Subject of Reth Sholom b Har Mitzvah" Satthe sermon will be: "Why Do We urday morning services are at Light Chanuka Candles?" Geof10:45 Cantor Samuel Kelemer renfrey. son of Mr. and Mrs Nat KaSS, dan the musical portions of the Will become Bar Mitzvah. liturgy Richard. B9B of Dr and Mrs. Paul L'nger, will become Bar Mitzvah. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Simon April will preach on the 8: i 5 Rabb j B ; I^o n Hurwitz wiTl topic: "The Secret of Our Endur%  preacn on the topic: .. Jhf Macca ance." Cantor Berele Kelemer ren-jbee Heritage." Mr and Mrs Sam ders the musical portions of the | uel j aC obson will be hosts at the ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at liturgy. e e e MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Services, dedicated to Chanuka, will include the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jacobson. will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Rudolph Brill will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Rets* faaBav •„„.,, HAPPIEST Of CHAMUKAS JO AIL from o ** UV* v Z s=ases Jeryinc Jovffc florUa for Ovr T*""* 'f' $ 14 STORES LOCATED THROUGHOUT DADE ond RROWARD COUNTIES


Dacgpber 9, 1955
j^Zabaleta in Guest Appearances
University Orchestra This Weekend
hmous con.Motor-compos-
ELSh ';,kci',h* pd,um
Us career, he searched through the
luVar.es of Europe turning up
sen* surprising -finds, harp music
by Bach s sons, Beethoven, Handel
and Faure as well as early Spanish
ana rrencn compo^rs.
Many modern composers have
written works especially for Zaha-
** T.h?? 'nC,ude Villa-Lobos
Darius Milhaud, J. m. Damase Joa-
quin Ridrigo, Germaine Tailleferre
and Peggy GUnville-Hukv
In January, 1955, in ( arnecie
Hall and m Philadelphia's Academy
of Music, the harpist introduced a
new concerto by Villa-Lobos with
the composer conducting the Phila-
delphia Orchestra
Chavez was born near Mexico
City in 1899, where he began the
study of piano at an early age.
During adolescence he continued
his studies with the late Manuel
M. Ponce and Pedro Luis Ogazon
EsJnfofSi*
til V*MI- <>"' l "'rS,t' *'
Sv'mphony nrhestw pre-
,-Lrram of music with not
Z Nicanor Zabaleta as fea-
lwinls!will be heard in the
for Harp by Reinhold
wtj| conduct the UM Gr-
in Overture to Anacreon by
jm Symphony No. 5 in C
iv Beethoven. Alborada del
-jtov Maurice Ravel and Sin-
(jtiia by Chavez.
ai E, Sebastian in the Basque
, of Spain. He began his
_j studies at the age of six
r^ hls first public concert
I native city at nine,
j music written fer the harp
jorce when the artist began Other than the technicalities of
pianism he learned from Ponce the
heritage of Mexican-Indian music,
and from Ogazon, he learned the
best of the past musical literature
of Europe.
He began composing during this
time and by 1918 had completed
the First Symphony. A flow of
works followed, for voice, piano,
ensembles and orchestra>, which
were imitative and psuedo Euro-
pean. His First String Quartet
(1921), however, gave the promise
of what was to come from this
master.
Page HA
Aril more
Richard Charles, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Paul Unger, 4510 Adams
ave.. Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 10,
at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
ment and inspect their meat boxes,
which are always open to the
public
Free delivery is one of the addi-
tional services offered by Norman
Mendelson and Sons kosher meat
and poultry market.
Mendelson and Sons also oper-
ate a kosher meat and poultry es-
tablishment in While Lake. NY.
(trios CJiovei
mile Appoints
ining Manager
Catering Post
ice Manning has been ap-
catering manager of the
I Seville, it was announced
diy by Ted Kipnis, manag-
|*rector of the hotel.
five years, Manning was
! manager to Sportservice,
nut organization well known
l coast to coast.
I is known to local organiza-
1 through his recent associa-
' m the Sea Me as maitre
I for the past six seasons.
"log has catered to many
Jwlustriais, such as Standard
Ittnehl Electric. Radio Corpor
of America and others.
B married and has been a
N i'f Miami Beach for the
111 rears
Kosher Meat Firm
To Distribute 999'
Kosher Products
Norman Mendelson and Sons,
serving Geatcr Miami's leading
kosher hotels and restaurant- with
kosher meats and poultry for the
past 12 years. Wednesday an-
nounced that they are exclusive
distributors for 999"' kosher deli-
catessen products.
The kosher meat and poultry
firm also revealed their retail mar-
ket at 621 Washington ave Miami
Beach, formerly Norman Kaplan's
market.
Norman Mendelson and Sons sell
only strictly kosher prime beef
and poultry under the strict super-
vision of Rabbi Joseph K Rackov-
sky, director of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth.
The owners are inviting Greater
Miamians to visit their establish-
INCOME PROPERTIES:
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9 units Coral Cables
20 units in Southwest
12 units ... on Biscayne Boulevard
FAIR REALTY
2700 S.W. 8th ST. CALL 83-9027
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?
? Visit our showroom and
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? and see the nnesl in
? memorial style and design
{ built and installed by skilled
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?


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Features Delicacies
Pumpernik-s Pantry, described
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'"Wr-Hubm as "Mr. Pumpernfcs
<"* fM-esem for Uater Ri-
ami, has opened adjacent t
Juinperniks restaurant, 67th st
and Collins ave.
MM retail bake shop and deli-
catessen, open at 7 a.m. daily, fea-
tures imported and domestic deli-
cacies and baked goods made on
the premise-.
Imported kosher cheese from
Oenmark, "the world's largest" ol-
ives from Italy and smoked fish
flown in daily from New York
are among the features of the mod-
ern store.
Free parking, on the restaurant's
lot, is provided for patrons o
Pumpemik's Pantry.
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Dacgpb er 9, 1955 j^Zabaleta in Guest Appearances University Orchestra This Weekend hmous con.Motor-compos ELSH ;,kci h p d,um Us career, he searched through the luVar.es of Europe turning up sen* surprising -finds, harp music by Bach s sons, Beethoven, Handel and Faure as well as early Spanish ana rrencn compo^rs. Many modern composers have written works especially for Zaha£** %  T. h ?? nC,ude Villa-Lobos Darius Milhaud, J. M. Damase Joaquin Ridrigo, Germaine Tailleferre and Peggy GUnville-Hukv In January, 1955, in ( arnecie Hall and m Philadelphia's Academy of Music, the harpist introduced a new concerto by Villa-Lobos with the composer conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra Chavez was born near Mexico City in 1899, where he began the study of piano at an early age. During adolescence he continued his studies with the late Manuel M. Ponce and Pedro Luis Ogazon EsJnfofSi* til V*MI<>"' l "' rS,t *' Sv'mphony nrhestw pre,-Lrram of music with not Z Nicanor Zabaleta as fealwinls! wil l be heard in the for Harp by Reinhold wt j| conduct the UM Grin Overture to Anacreon by jm Symphony No. 5 in C iv Beethoven. Alborada del -jtov Maurice Ravel and Sin%  (jtiia by Chavez. ai, which were imitative and psuedo European. His First String Quartet (1921), however, gave the promise of what was to come from this master. Page HA Aril more Richard Charles, son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Unger, 4510 Adams ave.. Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 10, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. ment and inspect their meat boxes, which are always open to the public Free delivery is one of the additional services offered by Norman Mendelson and Sons kosher meat and poultry market. Mendelson and Sons also operate a kosher meat and poultry establishment in While Lake. NY. (trios CJiovei mile Appoints ining Manager Catering Post ice Manning has been apcatering manager of the I Seville, it was announced diy by Ted Kipnis, manag|*rector of the hotel. five years, Manning was manager to Sportservice, nut organization well known l coast to coast. I is known to local organiza1 through his recent associa' m the Sea Me as maitre I for the past six seasons. "log has catered to many Jwlustriais, such as Standard Ittnehl Electric. Radio Corpor %  •of America and others. B married and has been a N i'f Miami Beach for the 111 rears Kosher Meat Firm To Distribute 999' Kosher Products Norman Mendelson and Sons, serving Geatcr Miami's leading kosher hotels and restaurantwith kosher meats and poultry for the past 12 years. Wednesday announced that they are exclusive distributors for •999"' kosher delicatessen products. The kosher meat and poultry firm also revealed their retail market at 621 Washington ave Miami Beach, formerly Norman Kaplan's market. Norman Mendelson and Sons sell only strictly kosher prime beef and poultry under the strict supervision of Rabbi Joseph K Rackovsky, director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. The owners are inviting Greater Miamians to visit their estab li s h INCOME PROPERTIES: Small cash hiqh secure return 9 units Coral Cables 20 units in Southwest 12 units ... on Biscayne Boulevard FAIR REALTY 2700 S.W. 8th ST. CALL 83-9027 'To see is 1o believe" % % Visit our showroom and display at 3253 S.W. 8th St. % and see the nnesl in % memorial style and design { built and installed by skilled | craftsmen. % T*f MfSrf White Building I 3253 S.W. 8th St. Ph. 83-0249 MARKERS $40.00 THURMOND MONUMENT CO. plus Cemetery Charges Open Sundays Pumpernik Pantry Features Delicacies Pumpernik-s Pantry, described by ttBers Charlie BookbiriWfcJnd '"Wr-Hubm as "Mr. Pumpernfcs •< %  •* %  fM-esem for Uater Riami, has opened adjacent t„ Juinperniks restaurant, 67th st and Collins ave. MM retail bake shop and delicatessen, open at 7 a.m. daily, features imported and domestic delicacies and baked goods made on the premise-. Imported kosher cheese from Oenmark, "the world's largest" olives from Italy and smoked fish flown in daily from New York are among the features of the modern store. Free parking, on the restaurant's lot, is provided for patrons o£ Pumpemik's Pantry. LEGAL NOTICE riCE Ur-DER. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •+: 'in rfKuivrtv" %  feiVtt.N t; NOTICE N<>n^ Itinundersigned, deal tins; to engng\ i. biuilneaa under the rictlUoua nan PRIDE OF DADR COUNT? ROCS, I O Box in. Perrlne, Fia., inn i" reglxter nald name with the < iwk • •I thr Circuit Court of Dad e f" i-"I• • r Ida. 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Page 10 A *JmistncrMui_ M Jfoday, DaomW Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worshii BETH EL CONGREGATION will told Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning services •re at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky will preach on the topic: "When Civilizations Clash — Then and Now." Cantor Louis Gartenhaus will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior services are at 10 a.m. in Yeshiva Hall. Class in Sanhedrin will be at 4 p.m. • • HEBREW ACADEMY will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Alexander (iross will preach on the Weekly Portion Mincha is ut 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services will be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.. with Sunday morning services at 8. • • • TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will bold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will officiate and preach on the topic: "Is Thinking a Threat to Religion?" Sterling cup presented to the Temple by Mrs. Rose Louis Rubin will be dedicated, as well as a Chanuka Menorah and Pedestal presented by Mr. and Mrs. George F. Franklin. Saturday morning services are at 11. Leonard, son of Mr and Mrs. Morris Lansburgh. will become Bar Mitzvah. • BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate and preach on the topic: "Wanted — Modern Maccabees" Mr. and Mrs Max Fishman and Mrs. Ethel Mishket will be bostl at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their children. Susan Fishman and Steven Mishket become Bas and Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Cantor William Lipson will render the musical portions of the liturgy Junior services are at 9:30 a.m. • • • BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning services are at 8:30. Rabbi Arie Becker will officiate and preach on the topic: "The Festival of Kindling." Class in Talmud precedes services at 8 a.m. Class in Bible will be at 5 p.m.. followed by Mincha and Shalos Seudos. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Chwechkenbaum will be hosts. • • • ISRAELITE CENTER will conduct Friday evening services at 5:30 and 8:15. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will preach on the topic: "These Lightl of Holiness" Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gaber will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of their son. Mark, who becomes Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning cervices at 8:30. Cantor Samuel Salkow will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Junior -mi-rer. TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD— 2030 Polk it., Hollywood. Conservative Rabbi Pa vie Shapiro. CaVDtnr Yehudah Hellbrwun. TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE—1K01 South Andrews ave.. 1-t l.ainl.rdsle. Reform. Rabbi Msrlus Ranson. HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-931 East 4th ave. Conservallve. NORTHEAST TEMPLE ISRAEL—137 NE 19th at. Re'orm. Rabbi Joseph Narot, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, Rabbt Emeritus. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIOE CENTER — 8100 North Miami ave. Con-, i vat.ve. Kabbi Abraham Herson. Canter Albert (.Hants. NORTHWEST BETH EMETH CONGREGATION—11201 NW 17th ave. FLAOLERORANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER—50 NW lift pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Helm. NORTH MIAMI NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER—J3430 West Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okellra. Cantor Maurice N-u. NORTH MIAMI BEACH MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION—164th at. and SB 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Isaac Lerer. SOUTHWEST ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION—23S9 Coral Way. Conservative. BETH DAVID SYNAOOOUE—2625 BW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Yaak..\ Rosenberg Cantor William W. I.lpson. BETH EL CONGREGATION — 500 8W 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swirsky. Cantor Louis Oartenhaus. ISRAELITE CENTER—3193 SW 24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavakv. Cantor Samuel 8alkow. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREOATION-1101 ffW 11th ave. orthodox. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. WEST MIAMI WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER—57X0 SW 17lh at. Conaervatlve. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss: "Understanding the Struggle and Victory of the Chanuka Maccabees." Candles will be blessed by Mrs. Irwin Sacks and her daughter, Sally. Saturday morning services are at 9:45. Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sacks, will become Bar Mitsvah. TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on the topic: "The Lights That Never Kail." Saturdaymorning services are al 9. Sermon will be based on the Weekly Portion. Cantor Philip Brummer renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Claudia, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Andre Bialolenki. will become BBS Mit/v.ih Daily services are in the chapel at 8 am and 5 30 p.m. TEMPLE ZION (formerly West Miami Jewish Center) will hold Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate and preach on the topic: Ke dedication of the House." Temple choir will be under the direction of Ben Yomen. Alex Fogel, president, will officially announce the change of the congregation's nsme. Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sinclair, whose son, Alan, becomes Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services at 9. TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIDE CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 8:30. Rabbi Abraham Herson will present Geri aid Schwartz, former Southeast field director of American Tech, nion Institute as guest speaker. Schwartz will discuss: "Chanuka and the State of Israel." Cantor Albert Glantz will render the mutual portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday morning services are at 9. Rabbi Herson will preach on the topic: "Oil for the Lamps of Civilization. KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Jonah ( apian will preach on the topic: "Does Religion Belong in Our Schools?" Cantor *.* Seif renders the mu ea.^l of the liturgy, .SS,S3M choir. Saturday morn.n 0 V •re at 8:30. Sermon^f „?fi on the Weekly P ortio *Jg class is at 4:30 p. m ulJr*', be at 5 pm.. Jlowed 'b^J Seudos and Maariv • • •1TH TFILAH CONGitea T.ON will hold Friday3*J vices at 5:15. Saturday S services are at 8:30. Rabbi j Rackovsky will preach Weekly Portion. At 4 Pm ject of his sermon is: 'P unisn for Fear of Prevention?" Bk is at 4;30 p.m., followed by Shaln Seudos. Daily services are at 71 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. • • BETH EMETH CONGREGATIC will hold Friday evening servii at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald will, ficiate and discuss: 'The Story, Chanuka." Saturday morning ser ices are at 9:30. • • • HIALEAH MIAMI SPR| JEWISH CENTER will hold Frid evening services at 8:15. Gu speaker will be Ben Essen, Miami attorney. His subject "Sholem Aleichem — His Hun and Philosophy." Oneg follows. • • • BETH JACOB CONGREGAT will hold Friday evening sens at 5. Late services begin at fcl when Rabbi Tibor Stern pre* on the topic: "What is a Dediea Life." 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. Decemb er 9, 1955 jvez, Zabaleta in Guest Appearances ,# University Orchestra This Weekend U famous conductor-composhis career, h" -%  • %  v!L Ctover takea the podium libraries of lftr LJ ii.mdiv tvnnl!j Deo. ser *Jeistfk ) rM^ his career, he searched through, the libraries of Europe turning up .yaml '" nfl, > %  %  ""•S eu ; £•"£ Wrwing *d. harp music the Urttnsity of< by Bach's .sons. Beethoven. Hnndrl !CIIHIV •MnlBf*'; • when thl music with notfg0 Nicanor Zabaleta as feaI ^loist. ,. 'titaleU wHI he heard in the t!So for Harp by Reinhold rSvet will conduct the UM OrTrAiD Overture to Anacreon by „ _„.l.~~.. M in I" I 0050 '-. udia by Chavez. 1 spaaish artist Zabaleta was born oio Sebasti;m in the Basque Me began his of six itrv of Spain. a 'l studies at the age hiv first public concert i l J ,S VW u car| y s Pani>h and French compo-ters. Many modern composers have written works especially for Zahaleta. They include Villa L.,IK,S, Dnr.us Milhaud. J. M. Damase, Joa quin Ridngo. Germaine Tailleferre and Peggy Glanville llieks In January. 1955, in Carnegie MMM. Symphony No. 5 in C j Hall and m Philadelphia's Academy w b v Bcetho\en. Alborada del of Music, the harpist introduced a by Maurice Ravel and Sinnew concerto by Villa-Lobos with the composer conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra. Chavez was born near Mexico City in 1899. where he began the study of piano at an early age. During adolescence he continued his studies with the late Manuel M. Ponce and Pedro Luis Ogazon. Other than the technicalities of pianism he learned from Ponce the heritage of Mexican-Indian music, and from Ogazon, he learned the best of the past musical literature of Europe. He began composing during this time and by 1918 had completed the First Symphony. A flow of works followed, for voice, piano, ensembles and orchestra:-, which IwtM imitative and psuedoF.uroipean. His First String Quartet (1921). however, gave the promise of what was to come from this master. Liis native city at nine. | Since music written far the harp i scarce when the artist began Pumpernik Pantry Features Delicacies Pumperniks Pantry, described >> ownerCharlie BookbirfjfifcjrHl I'^ng Rubin as "Mr. Pumpenfts < hairfika. present for UnaM Miami." has opened avtfaeerit to I umpernik's restaurant, 67th st and Collins ave. The retail bake shop and delicatessen, open at 7 a.m. daily, features imported and domestic delicacies and baked goods made on the premiseImported kosher cheese from Denmark, "the world's largest" olives from Italy and smoked fish flown in daily from New York Page IIA I are among the features of the modern st.,re. Free parking, on the restaurant's | lot, is provided for patrons ot Pumperniks Pantry. -__. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICC VJNDEfl,.FICTITIOUS NAME LAW X.TK"rc is ni:i:|-V:Vf;ivv:x ,.,i. the undersigned, dealrlni to rnsjHSI '• Inuiinew under the fictitious nan | PRIDE OP DADR COUNTY EO( I P O I !"\ ill, Perrlne, I In., inl to reglnter Mild name with the I • %  f ih.Circuit Court of Dade Coul % %  • (Hoi Ida. I"ixi>.\ n.ix l.tVESTMENI COMPANY. INC. 12 9-W-23-30 IOOUST BROS fty r ia tt*v Dr..ST? ^n / Ardmora Richard Charles, son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Unger. 4510 Adams ave., Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 10, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kro nish will officiate. ment and inspect their meat boxes, which are always open to the public. Free deliver} is one of the additional service! offered by Norman Mendelson and Sons kosher meat and poultry market. Mendelson and Sons also operate a kosher meat and poultry establishment in White Lake. N.Y. Crown Fence Co. Carlos Chavez tville Appoints fanning Manager Catering Post [Urcncc Manning has been appted catering manager of the el Seville, it was announced tof>diy by Ted Kipnis. managI director of the hotel. [Jor five years. Manning was Prrins manager to Sportscrvice, [otenni organization well known i mtt to coast. p is known to local organizaw through his recent associai ith the Sea Isle as maitre Wl for the past six seasons. PJMning has catered to many Thndustrials, such as Standard %  .General Electric. Radio Corpor&> of America and others [j b narried and has been a *nt of Miami Beach for the 111 years Kosher Meat Firm To Distribute '999' Kosher Products Norman Mendelson and Sons. serving Geatcr Miami's leading kosher hotels and restaurants with kosher meats and poultry for the past 12 years. Wednesday announced that they are exclusive distributors for 999" kosher delicatessen products. The kosher meat and poultry I firm also revealed their retail mar1 ket at 621 Washington ave., Miami Beach, formerly Norman Kaplan's market. Norman Mendelson and Sons sell only strictly kosher prime beef and poultry under the strict supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. The owners are inviting Greater Miamians to visit their establishINCOME PROPERTIES: Small cah high secure return 9 units Coral Gables 20 units In Southwest 12 unita ... on Biscayne Boulevard FAIR REAITY I 2700 S.W. 8th ST. CALL 839027 r % "To see is to believe" % % Visit our showroom and display at 3253 S.W. 8th St. % and see the fines; in memorial style and design | built and installed by skilled % craftsmen. r % > THURMOND MONUMENT CO. Th* 2-Sfory White Bui/ding I 3253 S.W. 8th St. Ph. 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n j Music lovers from Key West to Ft. Lauderdale W iH gather Saturday evening for the glittering Opera Ball at Leone's, which precedes the opening of the opera season in Florida Rudolph Bln, impresario of the Metropolitan Opera Company, will fly down from New York to be guest of honor at the ball as ts will be the Leo Robinson*, Sam Bockert and Baron •-h Meyer*, who will watch strolling musicians in Venetian add a continental note to the elaborate affair • decorations in fan motif will echo the theme of the ball gold fans, brought back from the Far East by Mrs. William H ( co-chairman of the ball, will be given each lady att md Mrs. Carl Weinkle will add their presence to the long iofmiiMC devotees expected at Leone's. Taking reservations for celcbr.ition are Mrs. William Walker, Jr., of Miami and Miami Beach's Mrs. Clarence Hand. 4 • • • K,ry and Sam Edelmam saw daughter Marcia off on a brief lion as hou-o guest of the Alfred Gottesmans in Las Vegas Bile Birdie is busy showing visitor Marcia the litea of the Nevada town, Alfred will be taking care of things at the ibotel th'-iia Gottesman property. |Mary and Sam are expecting to welcome their daughter back ijjmr beautiinl Di Lido Island home sometime next month. jeakinc ol the Baron do Hirsch Meyers, he and Pollv were Hast week at their Star Island home during a cocktails and r party... of honor was Capf. Bernt A. Jacobsen, commander for [twenty fiM years of the S.S. Constitution, on which Polly and i traveled to Hawaii last year Jeeobten was in these parts visiting with his wife and *ter in Holl>wood. • • • • Laonora Baruch is back from spending five summer months in Now. she will have as house guest for the holidays her i, Mrs. Arthur Bloch, of Philadelphia ilia is due to arrive at Leonora's San Marino Island residence LIB. Laonora 1telling friends that her brother-in-law the familarnard Baruch, returned from his Gotham Town and Central [stunts t his plantation, Hobcaw, in Georgetown, S. C, to I the winter • • • • York leenil to be a town to get away from comes the i of old Jack Frost. Down here now is Mrs. Ida Lynn, her Her,Ruth, and -on in law and daughter, the Net Greenspans... %  '•parentarc the Michael Llebormans, and while the family i to do a good bit of sightseeing and plain vacationing at the %  Seas, they also intend spending gobs of time at the Lieberman tan ave. residence. • • • • I TV Robert Z. Greenes are back on Pine Tree dr after spending }unmer at their Connecticut estate and their Fifth ave., New i, apartment i column reported a while back about the flood damage with i Nancy and Bob had to cope in Connecticut. In fact, it was Itherea-oi for their returning North after a one-week rtaj Uy in Miami Beach .. ty'$ now telling friends she's a great aunt Her niece. (Mrs. Irving) Greif, who makes her home near Baltimore, a mother I. st week. • • • • [ >>. and Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens entertained members of the • industry at a social in their South Miami home Wednesday %  ... %  • wa* chairman of Federation's second annual WomenDivieducation conference in the Fontainebleau last week, at which Sttvtnson made a surprise appearance Husband Bemie is owner of the Stevens markets here. • • • • toh and Oscar Leonard annually spend their winter vacation ave. She's author of the nationally syndicated column, I to Remember." and a number of cookery books put out "n Publish i in New York toar, who authored "Americans All," went to Atlanta last %  speaker at a Mayfair Club affair. Leah accompanied him •ttrekti *>" on the Schulberg Front: Budd Scholberg leaves Friday f* York and work on the novelette, "Arkansas Traveler," n and Elia Kaien are developing for screen material •^returnto Florida in mid-December, bringing with him \ Stewart, now in Gotham Town. Stewart, as this column re_recently. is a Paris film producer, who makes his permanent ""Cagnes-ur \kr in southern France *• who now lives in .Sarasota, will come to Miami with Jo visit his parents. Lynn and B. P. Scholberg, who have %  "W into their new residence at 676 Ridgewood, Key Bis|Walter Jacobs and iami Beach. o e> • %  ."•H World Dep't: Lynn and B. P. Scholberg are back from '• *here they spent the recent holiday with son Budd s ^siting the same people were hotelman •*•. of 4125 North Jefferson ave.. Mi e o • '• 'out of ,hr Xorth are these notables: Mrs. Bernard Baum £Jo her Alton rd. home to report that her long time Wend, rwT"* Y '' bll> ,he8e d,ys ""e*" 111 her te |evis,on ^ awt '' %  w* ?" ,n w,nRed her w y hKk here Dr Abrtm s ff h n r ffWBrandeis University, house-guested it at the Hour law nM "' no cd philanthropist A. L. Mailman, president r*rcant,i e Hank. • • e • IW* Yoon r nn. the well-known portrait painter, was Gently to visit important art galleries Pitth V *** as Lhl ,Mr S *" ,,) ••'' who exnibits here nd *-UU< oman s "World ** Havwli Flf^iifimn MIAMI, FLORIDA Friday, December 9, 1955 Section B Helping put the work of the Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai hospital to music are (left to right) Mrs. Richard R. Mirow, Mrs. Bernard Abel, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Women's Auxiliary president, Mrs. Theodore Epstein and Mrs. Charles Robins. The hospital volunteers performed in the original musicale, "Know Your Hospital," by Trixie Levin, on the stage of the Fontainebleau's grand ballroom to introduce new members of the auxiliary's duties. Hadassah Groups Plan Fundio ns to Mark W Day Here Mrs, William I Feuer this week baa the gigantic task of coordinating the 14 Hadassah groups in Greater Miami that will celebrate Henrietta Szold Day Dec. 12. Funds derived from the affairs to be held on that day in honor of the woman who founded Hadassah, national ladies" Zionist Organiiation, are earmarked for Hadassah Medical Organization—the heart ol Hadassah work in Israel old Seeder, H.r/cl: .lack I dell. Israeli; Joseph Rogers, Mt Scopus; Philip Schiff, Menorah; Alan Kessler, Naomi, Abe Greenberg, Hanna Senesch; Max Glickstein, Shaloma, The Mesdames Harold Melnick, Henrietta Szold; Louis Goldman, Torah; Fannie Levitt and Philip Botwinik, Chaim Weizmann; and Baer Zuckerbraun, Stephen S. Wise Scheduled are parties and luncheons, with interesting educational programs depicting the growth and work of Hadassah's 43j ear-old activity in Israel. Following are the "H" Day chairmen and their respective groups in Greater Miami, who have been planning for months to make each group's "H" Day function a success. The Mesdames Quentin Sandier and Jerome Weitzman, Deborah; James Lewy, Albert Kinstein; Lillian Goodman, I. R. Goodman; ArnHENRIETTA SZOLD group of Hadassah will celebrate "H" Day with a special luncheon at the Saxony hotel on Monday noon, Dec. 12. Mrs. Harold Melnick, chairman, will present H. M. O. certificates to the group "angels" with guardians and hostesses participating in the ceremony. Musical portion of the program will present Jacqus Cohen, violinist, Mrs. Charles Magda, cellist, and Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern, at the piano with Mrs. Sylvia Pass, contralto soloist. Program will also include a dramatic reading by Sam Hirsch, entitled "The Man from Beer Sheba." HANNA SENESCH group of Hadassah will celebrate Henrietta Szold birthday with a luncheon Monday, Dec. 12, at the Shelbourne hotel. Highlighting the afternoon will be Mrs. Dorothy Fink, who will speak on 'My trip to Israel." Mrs. Sylvia Pass, concert vocalist, will give several renditions and will be accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Margaret Yomen. Mrs. Irwiii Weinstein, Florida regional president, will bring greetings. Mrs. Sidney Block is in charge of reservations. NAOMI group of Hadassah cc-lcContinued on Page 4 B Beth Jacob Women Pick Mrs. Makovsky Mrs. Louis Makovsky has been elected president of Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Other officers named at a meeting in the home of Mrs. Tibor Stern Monday include the Mesdames Leo Meyer, honorary president; Harry Genet, honorary vice president; Max Schull, treasurer; and Bernard Kleinman, secretary. Executive members are the Mesdames Malvin Englander, Martin Genet, Aaron Lerner, Dan Roth, Saul Krevat, David Krevat, Abraham Safra, Harry Sonz, Jack Wucher, Morris Frank, Bessie Galbut, Bea Shapiro, Harry Zeilinger and Mrs. Stern. Newly elected chairman of the board is Mrs. Helen Rajna. Meeting oT the board will be at her home Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 6, at 859 West 47th st. Former Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson tells the overflow Former in n QJ ^ Wornen s dmslon ? ,,tTons such as the Greater Miami Jewish FederaT IZZ 'instance of private philanthropy's providing Ifort and od' f or the needy." Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levm Z cho ZL of ^ second annual conference. Gunlher Book Scheduled Third in a series of Tuesday book reviews, sponsored by the Greater Miami .chapter of Hadassah, will take place Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 13. at the Roosevelt Theatre. The book chosen by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein is "Inside Africa," by John Gunther. t •-,



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December 9, 1955 ^4bout IJfc **£M>nor*to>n our Special P COMPANI ON TO MARINATED R0457 jgf bat is the Festival of the Lights Without Chanuka Latkes at Table? UEGINA FRISCHWASSER % Page 3 b avorltes and cream ,. until light and thick Add UM grated peel „, ^ £JJ and the almondPrepare toe, !" 'lei pastry. Sfrudal P.ury 2 cups flour toika. like all great holidays. racial things to eat. PerJLir.o^l famous food "extra" L^nd on the table during nfrival ol Lights is Chanuka Trv this recipe: ChiBok* Latkes K. potatoes [HP bread crumhs iltaspoon salt ^11 beaten i %  Jimlfirate potatoes and onHidd slt. Dread erumbs and Laten eggs Fry in hot oil Ifcrowned on both sides. Serve [the meat gravy or with apple HUrIntd Roast Bf lb, breast of beet Wrpoons c hopped parsley llenon jeefd onion [.leaves salt Kpoon pepper Matzo Cracker Debut Here _irethe basic ingredients of pita in snack-' First, muster Manischeun/ baking skill laperienee ot over 67 years. |tfe special advantages of exI.equipment and baking Blend a zesty, true rye jfitli a cn-pi.rih.it literally -and the happy result is [Oitye, the all new. true rye : matzzo cracker. ^Baking its debut, this dear*' rye matzo cracker r.uuque and exciting taste |t the catalogue of favorite Spread with cheese Nosh I cracker> make a nippy I 'hiit lends a lively lift Rifling from simple school tUiMpaisticated party cana80 bite-size crackers in thx. it's quick, simple and [JfWMimicai tn fix stacks of moment's notice with Rye lit leading chains, super,p ndenl grocery lXr h OB selling for a P" 10 ** • cial Intronee, Meeker in Talk flwpter, Mizrachi Women. PKeir.tiPr.lii,. lea on WedMfr %  Roon at Beth El Congre">>' Arie Becker, spirf. of Beth Raphael Conpeaker, brVfy Saturday ^Jhancr Ladies' Auxiliary JJol'. rk Jew ish ( cmer "Manuka part) o Satur*at the center Rub the meat with chopped parsley lemon Jul, minced onion and bay leaves. Keep the meat in a covered pot 24 hours turning it in the dressing several times Add salt, pepper and 4 tablespoons salad oil over it before marinating Roast the meat in a moderate oven for three hours, basting it with the dressing. • Filled Appl* Cak Vi lb. butter 4 cups flour 4 tablespoons sugar 4 eggs n 4 cup sour cream 2 lbs. sour apple2 tablespoons crushed almonds %  TS cup raisins 4 tablespoons bread crumbs Cream butter with flour until it looks like coarse meal. Add sugar, pinch of salt, egg yolks and sour cream. Cover and set aside in refrigerator for a half-hour. Peel and cut the apples into small pieces and mix with raisins, sugar and cinnamon to taste. Cut the dough into small pieces and roll out one piece. Place in a greased baking pan. Spread over this bread crumbs ; a nd the chopped sugared apples. Roll out the other half of the | dough, place on top of the apples and spread with the white of one | egg. Sprinkle with two tablespoons crushed almonds. Bake in a hot oven 400 until well browned. • 6 0 Almond Strudat '2 lb. almonds 4 eggs 4 cup sugar 1 lemon L cup oil Blanch and grind the almonds Beat the egg yolks, add the sugar NO SKILL NEEDED rjg*^ Just mix and bake DROMEDARY %  !258Ki CAKC iWBEL'l MIXES make the cake! White Cake Mix • Yellow Cake Mix Devil's Food Mix • Gingerbread Mix Pound Cake Mix Hoaey '0' Spice Cake Mix ICKEN SOUPS gQRbWtti \ Flavorful, satisfying, ..IOGMM^HI \ golden thicken soups With Matioh Balls Kreokch Noodles K^BBS^^ Jl s_ OF "OVTJT flTT "Wmurtoi MAT ^* bj PALM DBTHBUTOHL IHC. KMMUSM cup lukewarm water 1 tablespoon oil 1 egg Sift Hour in a mixing bowl. Make •' depression in the center of the flour. Mix water, oil and one egg. Beat it well and add to the flour. Stir it with a knife until well mix1,1 Knead a soft dough and let ,: "" 1 ha hour Roll the dough on a floured board as thin as possible, sprinkle one-fourth cup oil over it and sprinkle the almonds over this. Roll up like a jelly roll, place in a greased pan and bake in a moderate oven until it is brown and crisp. '/ WANT MY MllK" Miami students who entered Brandies University this fall chat with Dr. Ludwiq Lewisohn at a faculty reception tenedered recently for freshmen. Left to right are Miss Carol Fuchs. 1444 South Biscayne Pt. rd.. Miami Beach; Miss Barbara Ginsburg, junior class representative. 2850 Prairie ave., Miami Beach; Dr. Lewisohn; Miss Donna Makovsky, 3414 Prairie ave., Miami Beach; and Miss Audrey Freitel, 537 Marmore ave., Coral Gables. FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGtNIZtD Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacra Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Have you noticed? 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Page 4 B *Je*lstflcri(Jkir Fridq y December 9 Hadassah Groups Schedule Functions to Mark 'IT Day Here f" Continued from Page 1 B brated "H" Day with several card parties on Thursday nyjht. Proceeds will go to Hadassah Medical Organization. STEPHENS S. WISE group of Haddassah's Henrietta S/ohl Day luncheon is on Monday. Deo. 12. in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel. Guest speaker will be Urs. Irwin Weinstein. DEBORAH group of Hada^;ih *>i)l hold its annual Henrietta Szold i Day luncheon on Monday. Dec. 12, | in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers h. tel. A musical show. "Dogpatch I dies." directed by Mrs Harold W nn. will be presented. Mrs. Jerome Weitzman and Mrs. Quentin Sandier are in charge of reservations. SHALOMA group of Hada< In charge of reservation* are Mrs M (ihckstcin and Mrs. J. A special musical arrangement Lat^ner bj the FlaglerGranada choral! ,. ,., ip will be presented. ( ommemorat.ng the founding of DlSothy Roth, prominent New"" DaV | Mo d f J ^ 12 T ? RAH a k Yiddish theater actress and sroup will be hostesses for luncheons given in their homes. %  %  JMVlsah will celebrate Henrietta Szold Day with an all games party at the Algiers hotel on Tuesday evening. Dec 13. Reservations may be made with Miss Ellr}ari Goodman, Mfs. William Keller and Mrs 'OyutWteJ. Arraignments, eom>ltute ar Hisses Molly Katz. Ceil Rubin. Esther Goodman. Beulah Davis and Mrs Isidore Cook. On Dec 12, MENORAH group of Hadassah will have its annual HDay luncheon at the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Chairman Mrs Philip Schiff and Mrs. Marvin Zank have announced that members will serve as models for a fashion show by Althea's of Coral Gables, coordinated by Mrs. Martin Fine. A comedy skit entitled "How to Press on a Budget." .written by Mrs. Sam Stark and Mrs. Leonard W'olpe. will provide the hilarious contrast. Decorations on a Chanuka theme will be carried out by Mrs. Charles Cropper and Mrs. George Simon. ISRAELI group of Hadassah will celebrate Henrietta Szold Day on Monday. Dec. 12. in the Alladin room of the Algiers hotel with a luncheon. Mrs Michael Edell and Mrs. Sam Kirschner will give a musical program. A film. "Where Does It HERZL group of Hadassah will Hurt." will be shown, and Rabbi celebrate the birthday of Henrietta Jonah Cap i an W JH be the guest Gables Sisterhood Baiaar To follow Menorah Lighting J"* a „)T ht0 c on 02?"' ***• ,. ,. Dec 12. in the Sans Souci hotel. chain Sisterhood of Coral GeWei JewF( aUm>d on the program Wlll ^ | tnai i-h Center announces the opening "i -heir annual bazaar on Saturday unn. Dec. 10. at the Canter. a fashion show by the Harriet Stroke Shop. Harriet Stroke will be moderator. Musical background Mrs ..agner will appear in a DJUat the outdoor lighting of the Me||caJ prof ram rman Jack Udell. of the day is Mrs Chanuka family night is planned. wj| bc bv Dr Harok Ml||on i ih Rabbi Morris Shop officiating |Vter w WI „ a in .ih eligious school pageant will Ix* Monday. Dec. 12. ALBERT 1THSTEIN group will celebrate H" ier the direction .d Louil K Day.with luncheons at "the homes educational director ,,| members. izaar will run through Sunday i I. R. GOODMAN group of Hadascatering perfection Weddings • Receptions • Meetings Luncheons and All Private Parties BISCAYNE l&VWJM MOTEL I 'Miami's Only New Bayfront Hold Private Rooms Seating from 10 to $00 CHARLES MAY... "SHU Your ffosf 9-3792/ FREE PARKINO 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Completely Air Cendifiened wi tar IN wu t m KOSHER RESTAURANT A A Unimut £xperience in Dimna Pleoiwre DINNER FROM 1141 WASHINGTON AVE. Open Dally 11 a.m. to • p.r DELICATISSEN Delkatetten to Take Han* $1.35 OPPOSITE CITT HALL MIAMI IEACM Saturday S p.m. to t p.m. Lillian Zahn INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN FOLK SINGER and GUITARIST Speciali'iina in ISRAELI • YIDDISH • AMERICAN FOLK SONGS Available far laaJriafj j Call JE 8-4226 Apt. #1 /Niviko***' PHONE JE 1-5*49 LINCOLN MANOR CATERERS STRICTLY IM RESTAURANT 0 %  III 0 c • a SERVING 7 COURSE KOSHER DINNER from $1.65 Catering For All Ocrasionn AIR CONDITIONED LOWEST POSSIiLI PIKES Under Kikkinicol Supervise* of Vmmd Hakasfcri/fh of Aaadafh hfl ffaae. I. H. Ever, Direefar FrM Parkina an Premises 2 LINCOLN ROAR, MIAMI REACH Coffee Shop J*th and Collin. AUGUST BROS fty/. Is I hi' V r drs. niMPERMH sb NOW OPE ANUKA GIFT FOR Miami Beach $ Pantry 67th A Collins Avc. Miami Beach THE SOUTHS FINEST BAKE SHOP AND DELICATESSEN amilles HOTEL en the eCMM 1741 COLLINS AVENUE Miami leach Completely Air


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Page SB I MB. Joseph Shapiro, chairman, and Mrs. David Seid, co|chairman, discuss plans for Hebrew Academy Women's buildling fund celebration Tuesday, Dec. 13. llUl SPIRIT Of CHANUKA jilding Fund Celebration Due Tuesday In a festive Chanuka spirit, a luncheon honoring all women workers [the past year for the building fund campaign will be held at the of Mrs Jo-eph Zemel. 3121 Prairie ave.. Tuesday noon. Dec. 13. Entitled to attend are those who have collected $18 thai, or more the building fund banks. According to Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, chairman, the project launched one year ago by the Hebrew Academy Women will celebrate l first birthday at this luncheon. [Nathaniel Zemel, a ninth grade student at the Hebrew Academy, will on "The Maccabees of Today." Frances Berliner, well known and musician, will render Israeli songs. Cfrchairman of the affair is Mrs. David Seid. Serving on the oom>are the M. -dames Irving Firtel, Sidney Ruhinowitz. Isidore SpolI, Daniel Yedlin. Benjamin Kornreich, Samuel Grundwerg, Rose I and Joseph Zemel. Student $ to Present Brahms 'Alto Rhapsody' Here .Utug Music Studio, 919 i the University of Miami, at the Mia23rd ct. will present seven mi Woman's Club. *>. ..w ...i. nk L •. Soloist will be Eleanore Forgio%  in the Alto Rhapsody. ne choraJ parts jnclude Carrje Lea Notanne Brahms on Dec. 15. IPellieer. Marvine Christmas, Pat I Th* presentation will be part of Kubala. Walda Smart, Jude Larson lecture by Dr F.dward Clark, of'and Marsha Sampson. I &5 ?? men t0 Ho| w National Leader atFarewell Lunch JJ* S i dnev Le. national first wK'Jr* K of Pioneer Wome who ha S beer, honored at a number ?n/h nCer W o 'unction, dur">8 the past several week* while ZTT\ >n Miami Beach wih her husband will be guest of honor at a farewell luncheon given by the Councl of Pioneer Women at he home of Mrs. Sam Wilensky. pres.dent of Club I. Wednesday noon, Appropriately, guests at the luncheon will contribute to MoetM! I*^*!. 01, ,he fund of whi <-n Mrs. Leff has been national chairman Mrs. Wilensky la contributing the food. Mrs. Leff. in addition to her duties within the organization, is president of the conference committee of the National Jewish Women's Organizations, representing over one million women. She is a member of the board of directors of the Jewish National Fund, memi ber of the executive of the American Zionist Council, member of the Administrative Board of Histadrut, member of the Advisory Committee of the American Jewish Congress and was a member of the World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem in 1952. • • Mrs. Joseph Krantz, past president of Club I of Pioneer Women,! will be honored at a testimonial dinner given by Club I at the Royal Hungarian restaurant, Sunday evening, Dec. 18. Mrs. Krantz has been a worker in Club I for a number of years. She served two years as recording secretary and four years as president. At present, she is chairman of Moetzet Hapoalot, which fund is used in Israel by the Working Women's Council to maintain large network of social service institutions for the rehabilitation of women, youth and children. Chairman of the testimonial, is MVi. Henry Seitlin, also a past president, who now holds the position of Child Rescue chairman. Sonia Weiss will entertain the group with her singing, it has been announced by Mrs. Sam Wilensky, president. • During the week of Chanuka, a series of latke parties will be held by members of Kadimah chapter to J benefit their Moetzet Hapoalot fund. Coordinator of the parties is, Mrs. Jacob Weiss. Mrs. Weiss will be co-hostess with Mrs. Israel Goldman for a party at Mrs. Goldman's home, 44 Palermo ave., Coral Gables. Other party hostesses include Mrt?.' Abraham Kasow, 2100 SW 21st at.; IV!rs. Dorothy LeBow, 2222 SW 12th St.; Mrs. Jacob Raffel, 2740 SW 28th and Mrs. William Sokolof, 500 NW 38th ct. 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Pcsqe 6B + l***i*tinrr*M*W %  A (•noil apoakur at the workshop oi tho Coundl ol I'liiiMit Ti-ui ln'i Associations o| the li'wmh schools ol GrouttM Mmnn was Dr. A/ii'-l 1 liaonboro;, mi'! utive vice president <>t id.|. wi;.li education Committee of New York City. The workshop was held at Beth David Congregation on Nov. 33 and Dec. 1. Left to right are Mrs. Manuel Smith, Mrs. Isidore Bakst, Dr. Eisenberg. Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner and Mrs. Benjamin Greene. Youth to Help Stage Sisterhood Chanuka Festival Siitorh i of Zamora Jewish Wednesday night, Dae M 11M en agora; Hfrbeil Rabnutein, Jay lei announces thai youth lire evenin I being planned and Davidow, Leah Rabinowich, Je""'i 1 between the afaa of 18 to 18 programmed b) tha youth, under rome Daviea, Btanleji Klein, Irving %  %  • participatini in ihelr annual tha direction ol Mrs Barnard Gordon, c.ii Barton, Harriet Oatrie I I1.11111I..1 l,"li\..l Mill %  .......... ..u,.: 11. .....I BkMM lt, l>n .,. H J ( hanuka fentival 1 in event will 1 'k. I'l.u e Millar, program ehahrmaa Ira and Bharon EMamond. "ii Ro < %  Oalton, Judaiara ko the Home Norhj Art/, r <>f M freshman chairman, ihandling tha choral oho la aailatlng Mrs QaHon, Melgroup f vin Gohhrtain, aototat, head the Tha spirit ol (hanuka will he da choral group, which includes Ellen pictad in a doeumotftar) pogaonl wid Linda DolowMs, Judy FabricIllflllfllirrltP llllh entltlid -The Chanuka LigHU "' Kl -" nc Kranzler. Marlene IMUUIJUI CJIC V.IUU |{,.f,..shn,..n. ,., 1. I>"walsky and Ksther Brenner. K. r,s.„„,.„, committee, beaded Sru il;i ( „ nen Wll| p|Wjde tho I Mi hi,. Diamond, igjchldoa piano accompaniment. Technical Mrs Irving Dean, Mrs Berry assistants will be Jerry Marks and Wedneadt) night Dec u in tha Grand, Mrs Minna Cohen. Mrs K lliot Dcutsch. Henry Paul will be new lucerne hotel rhii „,ll ha Flam Ifanda, Mrs [.,,,„ Dnl.nutz m charge oMiehtina: the Inaugural affair In tha hotel's llhl M ,_.:„., ,...„, M '".""ng. ana aira trying M.-m thtmn will be Linda Diamond cast includes the folloOing teen and Paul Koaaner. ^Friday, Dece m U. Lauderdale Temple ^;Sr^A Marks Ar^r-ry ^Tz:Bv OfSpkteadei;r-r leader of.Temple BaT. Temple Kmanu-EI. Ft. l.auder M ami Beach, was toaihJ dale, celebrated the 25th weddine. Joining her parenuH anniversary during Friday evening ,heir 25th wedding anni'la aen r l caa last week of spiritual leadJoan Ranson Tabcr t" 1 (i Kahhi and Mrs. Marius Ranson ,er N.Y. Louis Sterling. congregation i president, revealed the dedication of a new religious school rocr.i in honor of Rabbi Ranson. Offering greetings were pre si I ————— — — ——— __^__ Oneg Shabbat Series Opens Beth Israel Congregation commenced its annual Friday evening Oneg Shabbat on Dec. 2, according to Morris Weinstein, president. 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9. 1955 board of directors of .he Greater 7&TI '"T"" 1 Pxpects to Pro-" M.am, Jewlri.PMer.tion Women' S fhe dS?^| f ^^rj Division has been call.-,! hv presi, he ,,.. '*"• in view : Page 7B dent Mrs Irving I.ehrman Tu,-v ft o^rT. rning nec l3 "< her home, m "' ,hc crit, "Huetioall 2925 Flamingo dr., Miami Beach J I Major item for consideration h> ,,ii X T one h urd member* m. the newly elected group wl „ ,„. J [ *! at the recent Women'Bi-i Keneral discussion of plan* f.. r the ? conference. They represent lmmtoentQ)inbInWJewiih Appeal Ski Women s ww&lons, ,and the role to be played by the "' and national, and .he women's unit when campaigning ,.y ; r "" 1 Wl now fanefor Your HEALTH'S SAKE visit A CHIROPRACTOR Or. Arthur H. Shapiro 350 LINCOLN ROAD, SUITE 526 PHONE JE 1-0813 .*r 1 women s unit when campaigning K "" ; r ""'' w '" no* fnnci I LgeU under way in January, 1956 ~ '" :,s Ml-fledged, authorized According to Mrs Lehrman, the l"", 1 "' "'" Greot Miami lewish >UE L"~~ %  "' n '' M ar r "" n,! basis. — ee %  %  nrti„ DROSD LUGGAGE & NOVELTY CO. The Best for Los," Genuine Leather Belts and Luggage According to Mrs l..-hrmnn. the EJJ* Fedwati •' %  >" a year round basis. SlSterhoCiH Pnrfu i ? fficers '" addition to MrJnicmwoa rOrTV Uhnnan. include: vice presidents 'Slindav Fvpninn £.' St c n,ej Myers Ml S(,|l ~ \ i M,, 7 Evening Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff; cor•J I Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew "'I"""'""-; secretary, Mrs. Samuel J .School and Congregation will hold N Fr edland; recording secretary, their annual Chanuka parts In the Moe Fein 8oW; parliamentarsocial hall of the synagogue Sunday la "' Ml Aiina Brenner Ueyi evening, Dec. 11. luggage & Shoes Repaired Affiliated with KING'S SHOE REBUILOERS 1679 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH PHONE j£ 8-9487 in. Louis Bidcrmon •Voters View Issues Here tcounty and an international sent both came in for discusthe UP;citings of the .,( Won i Voters of Miami i tii week r were •' he lied for Monday i at the h me of Mrs. Berjer, 1823 Prairie tve., and by Horning ... the home of Icharles St. n 5039 Delaware. tproporule amendto the -' ite constitution k could give Dads county the [to chco-r its own form and of gou-rnment was disI at the .it by Mrs. Randy 9, county government chair(nemoraU the early Dc1 anniversary of the signing Universal Declaration of Rights m the United Na_Genera! A -embly, the unit inducted an I and discussion of the DecMrI mis Biderman, of the Miami Beach of the American Associarthe United,Nations, served chairman. At the same time. Sisterhood will honor H. M. Drtwich, president of the congregation, on his 73th birthday. Mrs. Michael Blank is chairman Of the event. She will be assi by the Mesdames Benjamin Sokol-' off, Gabe Pearlman. Millie Hani son. Kuny Zciss. George Goldberg. : F'rieda Rappaport. Saul Bern and Harry Bobrow. Mrs. Philip Bcndell is chairman of the group. A NEW EDITION OF THE FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR! ITS FREE FOR OUR READERS! All dates up to Rosh Hoshanah in 1958( Mizrachi Women Mark Chanuka Annual Chanuka event of Miami Beach and Tamara Mizrachi Wornen will be held Sunday evening. Dec. 11, at the Blackstone hotel. According to Mrs Alfred Stone and Mrs. I. Eiaenstein, presidents of the two groups, an elaborate show featuring top stars and outstanding talent of the English and Yiddish stage has been arranged for the evening, Valuable items and beautiful Chanuka gifts will be made available by Mrs. Charles Turk, of Mizrachi Women. Chairmen for the evening are Mrs. Edna Sells and Mrs. Morris Dubler. of Sholcm ten Hear Taik >i Leon Kronish. spiritual of Tempi, Beth Sholom.will "Anne Prank's Diary" aext meeting of the Sister' Temple Beth Sholom on lay al.cnu.on, Dec. 14, in Hf banquet hall, according Irving B Kaplan. SisterPresident 1 A. Durhm. chairman of '.explained that "in view of wityot the play on Broadhook takes on new interne are delighted that our Wl review .his important ~ us." All Hebrew and English datea from 1934 to 1958. All Jewish holidays up to 1967..; A new edi.inn haa rooie of the preea of tht.M-Y.ar Hrbrfw-Enlih Calendar thai hai ln *o valuable to hundreda of rtninitl of Jewieh families. Thie fi^v. i.M.on. like all the othera. la free to MI rill ITT >'or your copy, juat wiite a letter or poat-card to:— H. J. HEINZ CO.. Dost. J2 Pittib.ro> 30. Pa. MONITOR Furniture Inc. Extends To All A Happy Holiday 2180 S.W. 12th AVENUE, MIAMI Phone FR 3-8513 Open Monday tvenings Until 9 4262 S. 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NEW and defigfrtM SLHPINO CAR C COACH equipment featuring tho glcu-topped SUN LOUNGE, a patio-like Pullcn "club" tirliVe anything now on fho raifc, and CfNTER-lOUNGE COACHES, wiA waft, ottroctie lounge* conveniently %  oar Individually raatrved lea*. for Wlmon and Cood. eaeryatk>ni. i-'f-v. phone S2-a611, or coll In per„"" il. HoghK S.. 7X6 N.W 7th Ae.,Miai"i.e''M3Wo*ina"Aa^ Miom.Seach.W.J.riCHT. 0. r. A. Reateeantotioee c.o ot Key Wet. HOOBO. NO.MV, Jonioioa. Tuerta Kico.



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Pcoe 8 B + i f **ih noon ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 4, in the Garden room of the Sheraton-Biltmore hotel. Providence, R I. atlas Lenore Edna Friedman, daughter of Mrs. Bert Friedman, 1975 Alton rd Miami Beach, ind the late Kdward Fried man. became the bride ol Nathan Benjamin Harrison, 100 Of Mrs Ida I. Herri! in, Worcester, Masi The bride %  n In man by her eonsin, Irs Neimark, of l Rabbi William Braube IllSllPiinCe fciXGC %  ted. %  |) • I it it, k w lo Reside nere erlur shers were Dr Da-| Donnini her grcat-grandmothafter their honeymoon will make their home at 802 84th st.. Miami beach. A luncheon was served after the ceremony at the Sheraton-Biltmore. Student Teacher, In celebration of their 29th wedding annivmarv ••. entertained 22 guests at a recent dinner A„?„H Phi,i NY., were their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. a„d M 1 i g fr With Max and wife Mirl* M .-.. n c... L "• ** B. Anl'i With Max and wife Marten, was son Stephen P.* \^\ BB at his grandparentsreaidence. 643 West ave comfortabl d Pi Lambda Phi af Dartmouth College in' Hanover N H "t ** for membership Miami Beach's Warren Jam** Or*i, has of the Max Oovitset, of 6000 North Bay rd n : ne s Walters are back for the winter in their home at 404?w* after a vacation spent at their summer house in Bethel M The Murray Levants, 915 8th st.. Miami Beach ,,„' '" friends of the birth of their son. Howard Rob.rt „ \,, P c Udln on Nov. 28 Ecstatic grandparents are the Jack Lev.ntthJr K COCKTAILS fOK MIS MTMDAf NIW MIAMI BtACHITlS Oirl Scout leader Mrs. Sol Goldsttin ha, returned from tk .national Girl Scout convention in San Francisco Mr al finance chairman of the Scout Council here an.l T,\ • woddtng ring, Rtii Leila Gross Miami jicach Lili and Joseph Dontov are iwndingisiH friends for cocktails Dec. 18 at their Alton rd home '"fw* Joe's seventieth birthday ... "*** Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mrs. Sally Gardner are hack fromm through Hot Springs. Chicago and New Orleans \ ew r J"j Miami Beach arc Mr. and Mr*. Harry Rosen, who came from 1 Va. Former business people, the Rosens are now retired live at 1119 Collins ave. Also retired to the Beach i. j 0 Schlesinger Friends note that Joe has relinquished operating hi* Economy' in Miami and has moved across the Bay to make his home at thel mont hotel n, from West Newton, Mass and Barrie Shore, cousin ol the m from Providence Mrs Dan I I Neastadt, matron of 1 r, fri m Weal Newton, Haas. sister I the {room, wore .i I became the bride of Robert Brown candlelight ceremonies Nov. 23 at the Algien hotel Rabbi M.ncr \! ramon it/ officiated The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. John B. Cross. 711 satin street-length gown r8f>th st. The groom'i parents are ned autumn colored mums The bridal gown of nylon tulle the David M. Browns. 650 85th st. The bride chose a blush pink Mrs. Nathan Harr'nom fitted bodice, squared neckline and eevea The neckline ves were highli",hted Mitchell, Chariff Wed on Beach • Leon Kroni.sh oi ''th ShoMi re; I hel Miti beH 111 24. ide ithe daughter of and MrM rns in, of .'• sej City. \ i nd the b m pan at an Mr hariff. > liven in m 0J her father. bride ch >-. a dress ol blue and 'Irs H..u it! was matron of h %  The new 1\weds are honeymoon ,n Cuba. over white taffeta was styled with wedding gOWB Of nylon tulle and lace She carried a Bible decorated %  nd uith white orchidl 11 The brutes sister. Mrs. Robert hand clipped chantilly lace 1 he Gregg, was matron of honor. Best bouffant skirt of nylon tulle was „,,-,„ was Jerome Groan, the brides also accented with the lace medalbrother, from Washington, D.C lions. Her four-tiered 1 tench llJunior bridesmaid was Maxine lusion veil w..s attached to a lace Kasselman Sharon Kasselman and tor the bride by her j. ini i a Klein were flower i;,rls Ishaunt. Mrs Dotty Edelman, included Sherman Cardon, Rob\ native Miamian, the former crt c.reeg. David Perl, Lee Brody, in attended the I mJav Schwartzman and Martin Amsit) "i > bicago and received her u r RECUPERATING NOTED AT AN OWING BR/ff VISITORS ree at the University of .•she is a member of Alpha Ion 1'hi social sorority. She Mrs Brown is now a student teacher at Miami Shores Elementary School She. studied at the srai Media director at August Dorr University of Miami. Her husband ami The groom attended schools in Worcester and was graduated from Clark University there Be s,r\ed as a bombardier in the 15th Air Force during World War II. The brides traveling costume Iassociated with Prudential Life Insurance Co. here. Following a honeymoon trip to Cuba, they will reside at 12615 NE 11th ave.. North Miami. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTCK, Conductor IAKLU5 CHAVEZ Guest Conductor ZABALET A Harpist SUNDAY EVI., DEC. 11th. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM, 8:30 MONDAY EVE., DEC. 12th, DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM, 8:30 Snge Ticket! S3 00, *2 50. S2.00. Si.75. $1.50. $1.00 U. of M. Symphony Office MO 1.4960. M. 8. Auditorium JE 1-0447: Otae County Auditorium HI 6-9230: Cordelia't: Amidont in Coral Cable* The Fred Epsteins are in their Miami Shores home from St 1 for his recuperation ... A member of the Explorers Club, Fred isi of '•Thirty Years of Travel and Adventure in 80 Countries.*' book's publication has been delayed pendinu Fred's recovery ...| V. Aromon, founder of the Ronson Lighter Company was in tovnl ly. vacationing at the Saxony Noted taking in the gay and colorful scene at the Tropical Park, despite the rain prior to peat-time, wi re the J in the crowd of the Turf club .. A cocktail party will launch the two-day bazaar of North chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, Saturday evening at Hibiscus Lod{ After months of preparation, the bazaar opens at 7pm and through midnight Dec. 10, and resume again at noon, Dec. 1Lj through 12 p.m. ... COlWTtr STOtf CHUCRWAG0N FIFTH AVE. STUES Chairman of the complicated and exciting affair is Mrs. Mark 1 stein She reports that merchandise and novelties representatil various sections of the nation, will be featured in appropriate I exhibits Co-chairman Mrs. Lawrence Weston, noting that proceeds B'nai B'rith projects, highlights the chapter's New England store, a far-western chuckwagon. a Mississippi carnival, styles fn York's Fifth ave.. and many Lincoln rd. items. Assisting in arrangements are Mrs. Jerald C. Fishbein, Mai Shaw and Mrs. Charles Zeilinger Strictly Kosher Banquet Facilities for Your Social Functions WEDDING BANQUETS WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES BAR MIT2VAHS from 25 to 1,000 HOTEL UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT ef SAUt MERMAN ON THE OCEAN AT LINCOLN ROAD Telephone JE 10811 \ M nrr-Kauil MM. tesert Dream -'" CJtMwfce Grtefisff To All CHARM MODELING AGENCY Studio of Modeling 277 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL CARLES Pkeeos Ml 4-1340 A R3-7SM Mitfc. AppltUmm, Directer % iirdine's,, s**sA*u -taaiuoM the home of SUNSHINE FASHIONS' •re*. U.S. pat. off. MIAMI MIAMI BEACN FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM REACH Interiors Oistiactivt F.nmlii,,, Ml ay. IJSth Street mmmami. tie, p*. n Maaa ~iowf Of HCWtlS k'n^^-M^:;:***ii4a *.^. i V J r r m ^f Dry Mountin* •S'SR-aS-iCr* *k.v&i TO OUR VALUED FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS... GltlTINGS on the CHANUKA HOLIDAYS so easy to boy with your MORRIS BROS/ Retiring Charge Arro*l rtwthmg down 1/3 your baletc* owl NO CARRYING CHARGE MORRIS BROS. n R. itAOLH



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9. 1955 Decwnbei CftAmdur Erticusc Kites A „„ i Amdur took C Bdboto be his ^wrdiy at the Hotel SyraKKcuse. N Y. Steven i.s J*E and Mrs. Allen J. 'south Shore dr.. for Rj'fliaou. liarbara Is the j^ofMr. an.! Mrs. Harry A. a Fulton. N \ uhride's costume was princess fjcrvpeau do sole empire L„jh square neckline and lemLroidery. and short shirred Idrfrt ha'! satin panels with Ttobroiden I motlfi down k t0 ihe court train. Her pearls held %  v Her bouquet | N and sanii: liage. wore violet ,t baskets of and %  '<• ,n wncat itir-ueel. Amdur. the bridegroom's .an. ling to New hnd then I two weeks to Hij3 for their wedding trip. Hi Amdur'." release from acititetlH ( i will vacation i Beach ling Cuba and After i I they will be utm Chici i at 5815 SheriU^l^ncrMiarj Ruwitch Reveals Addition of Keys to AJC Program Honoring Judge Rifkind Page 9B • %  'ednesday accepted the program chairmanship of the SSS r cg,on A merican **** SL n. ee, cannual dinner hon r mg Judge Simon Rifkind The dinner will be held Sunday evemnu. Dec. ,8. at Westview Coun, ry flub Ruwitch told Dr Kurt Peiser, Keneral cha the dinner, that he .. several years ago," Ruwitch said "By means of animated drawings, it illustrates the harm done to a democratic society where divisions of People are made on the basis of color, origin and economic status 'The film," he added, "points r K U A u C I s bound y ne beMJss Lenore Gillman Gillman, Silvcrman Eye Dec. 18 Rites Dec. 18 is the date which Mi-Lenore Gillman and Leon .1 Silver man have chosen for their wedding. It will take place in Philadelphia. Annoucing their plans this week are her parents. Mr and MrJoseph Gillman, ?18 SW 4th ave. Mr. Silverman is the -,„, ol Mr and Mrs. James Silverman, Phila delphia. Miss Gillman is a graduate of Miami High School. Her pro-pec tive bridegroom was educated in Philadelphia schools and is an apprentice pharmacist. m y t* Cleins Announce Marilyn's Betrothal Mr. and lira. Keubm J. Clein. 2637 Flamingo dr.. announce the engagement of their daughter, | Marilyn Lois, to Donald H Shakt .man. Marilyn's fiance is the son of I Mrs. Gertrude Shaktman, 1045 Lenox ave. The bride-elect graduated from [Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Alabama jand the University of Miami. Her 1 sorority is Phi Sigma Sigma. Mr. Shaktman graduated from Miami High, attended the University of Miami and spent 18 months with the United States Marines. • %  --a.-. HITCC Mini} the post in full recognition of the i *•„., importance of the Deei! HSL y ? as appearcrt in %  •"wl !" • kno j ud ge ffind will brin B ; PH tUres is a formor wdio an message Ol ..lit" ~er an d currentIy st;irs ,„ a Miamians concerned with the pro 11 h 7" P****" !" rp^ewH^^ ',:;.;;;; l "'" *"* %  Ruwitch came to Miami in July, ,.„„'.,. I% l947 When Mitchell Wolfson. co"UWtcn immediately announced owner of Wometeo Theaters and ,,", %  ,"' K ey*. hn actor and notwart.me Colonel in the American 1 '| far flung agricultural settlenenti throughout Israel. IDA MELLIN-ELECTROLYSIS Electrolysis, Medically Approved Formerly with Reba Pommer in New York. 25 years experience. Free consvltatron-by appointmnt. 1134 Lincoln Rd. Room E. Phone JE 8-8111. The Signature Shop ATTRACTIVE HANDMADE Gl FTS for Every Age and Tate Many Can Be Personalized or Ordered to Specifications 3139 Ci—liVi Hm Caaawt trtw Sewing Machines Industrial & Household SALES RENTALS REPA.RS ELECTRIFICATIONS Also Parte for All Make* EAST COAST 332 W. Flagler St. PbM 9 3915 r M-07" P EVEN A SPECIAL KITCHEN observing dietary laws and with complete banquet facilities. &f FOR INFORMATION: •* Phone HARRY HARFENIST i t -72i 0CEANFR0NT 29th to 30th Street MIAMI BEACH 4 OPENING DECEMBER 20th -• %  '< %  : : *\ %  %  -. %  ; -v-;<:%  : %  ; Phones UN 6-6043 Under Kaabinical Supervision Air Conditioned 940 71st Street Miami Beach Opposite the fountain Normandy Isle fINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE Dinner Served Daily 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sundays and Holidays 3:30 to 9:30 p.m. Permanent Mashgioch en Premises j Plenty of Free Parking % r -v^vv-w^ ~^~v^*-v^~Vi^ V'"V"'V > V"'V > "V A UNIQUE HOUOAX GIF7I A COUtSl Of TKtATMtHTS AT £ | BODY TONE MASSAGE SALON j | Der.H.y L )-•., Mar. >• %  > %  •* AB**g* 11 132 Miaorca Aa., Coral Cobles Paone 83-8256 i Heated or Air Cooled os the Weather Demands



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Pag JOB "FtT777 V i V" BOYKIN'S TOYS I JUVENILE FURNITURE Quality Merchandise at Reasonable Prices 6313 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE PI 7-1931 GREETINGS Pyramid Tile Coiii|n ny Wt DO QUALITY WORK AND USt QUALITY MATERfAlS 7331 S.W. 32nd AVENUE PHONE HI 8-3561 GREETINGS Noon Sign AService. Inc. "WE LIKt TO DO StKVICt TOR YOU" 3452 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE FR 4-3435 Greetings "WIHM TO GET THEM' Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. • Marine Supplies • Paints and Varnishes • Fishing Tackle • Nautical Charts • Shipmate A Willis Bottled Gas FREE PARKING and DELIVERY 139 S. Miami Avenue Phone 82 6654 ^Mitzvah Greetings Bill Austin Ford, Inc. HIGHEST TRADE-IN VALUES LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE "W[ AfMCIAU DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU" 2801 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone NE 5-031 1 To All. Greetings Alan Sinclair Out-of-Town Guests Will Honor Alan Alan, son of Mr and Mrs. Philip Sinclair, will becomeBar Mit/v.ih daring Saturday morning services. Dec 10, of Temple Don. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. spiritual leader, will officiate. Alan is a seventh grade student ;it Miami Junior High School and attends the reHgloui school of Temple Zion. He is a member of Boj Seoul Troop 343. Out-of-town guests at the cetemonj will lw Mrs S Tunick, of Minneapolis. Minn., and Mr. and MrIf. Sinclair. Detroit, Mich. Guests Of honor will also include his grandmother, Mrs. R. Abcrman. and Miss J. Aberman. Miami Beach. The Sinclairs will be hosts at the Friday evening Oncg Shabbat. Joy StrtiTC Mitzvah Sata Jay Lawrence Ra*h Bar Mitzvah duri tt„T < ongregat.on. Rahh j *M Miami, and the gr d Jl j An eighth grade student, .Hebrew Ac-artomy. Jay^M the Mussal service KJU ?, % %  > E5' A Sun,la> %  ,.( option at hod alsobeh,ddm.Jav,|,;;,7; out-of-town guests will K. a. '""•M.Zaler.ofWiSi.S WI-I in-rKulin The Bar Mitzvah of Ronald Saifman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack • Saifman. will take place at the North Shore Jewish Center on Saturday, Dec. 10. Rabbi May-1 er Abramowitz will officiate. A [ reception will be held on Sun-. day evening at the Algiers hoel. Gelhaus Garage and Service Station SINCLAIR PRODUCTS COMPLETE ONE STOP STATION Front Wheel Alignment Goodyear Tires and Batteries 4200 S.W. 8th Street Phone HI 6-9722 JOE EPSTEIN and Family REALTOR Speciafitiaa in All Types of Real Estate 6C0 LINCOLN ROAD BUILDING, MIAMI BEACH TH. JE 1-5464 JE 1-1453 ItTtND GOOD WISHES TO All lay Socks Werner-Katin Claudia -Bobianne Bialolenki. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andre Bialolenki, will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 10, during the 9 a.m. service. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Claudia is a ninth grade student of the Whitefield Private School and attends Temple Emanu-H religious school. Bas, Bar Mihv< Due at Beth D< A Bas and Bar Mitzvah will ture Saturday morning see j Dec. 10. at Beth David Syo Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg wil) 1 ciate. with Cantor William rendering the muical portia the liturgy. Susan, daughter of Mr. and] Max Fishman. and Steven, i Mrs. Ethel Mishket, will be; •pals during the services Susan is an eighth grade i at Shenandoah Junior High! and has been attending Beth I religious .school for the past J years. Steven is also an eighth| nandoah Junior High stu has been a pupil at Beth Df the past four yean. The Fishmans and Mrs. will be hosts al the Friday i Oneg Shabbat in honor ol | children. Dr. Walter D. Reynolds and Dr. Walter D. Reynolds II CHIROPRACTORS Extend Holiday Groetinfi T Aff Their Jewish Friend's 74 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABIES. FLORIDA ^ !" ^.-M^^ if •* %  **, nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their D to ? ore Snapper W,H speak D „ r Sna PP" h son, Neil A., on Saturday, Dec. at the University of Miami medical medicine at Bethi El 10. at North Shore Jewish Cen-, ~ h l •ua.torium Thursday after-1 gK.*If the Lw? Hb ter. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz noon, Dec. 15. The auditorium ij aI J^"j s being sponsored I will officiate. Neil is a student adjacent to Pratt General hospital Delta Epsilon graduate club i at Nautilus Junior High School, in Coral Gables. 'ami. CHEVROLET PHONE 9-6441 1055 W.FUGIER MghtSetvice 2300 N.W. 7fliAVE. PHONE 64-2626 Yes—you can shop around for a new car, but, LUBY SELLS fOR LESS! f See Luby before you sign foi any car! HIBISCUS New ami Spactacalmr Varieties MANY EXCLUSIVE! FANCY COLORFUL CROTONS RAREST and NEWEST COLORS IXORAS WE SHIP Send far Oar New Descriptive Price list Moton's CfltTINCS TO ALL GEORGE R. KAPPEL Mason Contractor Growers and Hybridizers N.W. 25th AVE. and 104th $ T Phone MU 8-6418 Phone TU ••4754 ------___.. ro Att cffrrrfNGS PEDRO ESTRADA CONSUL VENEZUELAN To All..* %  *•! TROPIC* CHEVROLE MIAMI'S MOST MOW "Serving Greater W* Phone 89-9721 8880 Bixayne Bouleva



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tDtcember^WL I^m • I ^ship with them this week lo right are Bob Herris, Coral Gables Jewish Center L r hood and secretary-treasurer of Bus Benches, Inc., Sylvan Lebow, New York, executive director of the ,al Federation of Temple Brotherhoods and a member board ot directors of Religion in American Life; and ., J. Hirsch, Miami, president of Temple Israel Brotherfand newly elected board member of NFTB. Bus Benches, has qiven 15 benches here dedicated to Religion in jican Life theme. Ml GROUP INVESTITURE AT GABIES I Inducted by Temple Federation f Initial group investiture into the National Federation Of Temple whorx!was staged this week at the Coral Cables Jewish (inter bapressivc and colorful ceremony. finder the direction of Rabbi Morris Skop, Maurey Ashman, Brothpresident, and Bob Brenner, ritual chairman, 18 men, repre[H class ol 2t vice president; Walter Goldstein, second vice nt; Ed Dorit, third vice president; Dr. B. Yesoer, secretary; Sid i treasurer; and Paul Safer, financial secretary. Fight Against Palsy Will Depend Upon '56 Campaign Here l u,l|n 'f the continuing fight fg cerebral pal* wi „ „.,,„„„ '" ree on the siiccest ol next yearUnited I erebral Palsy ^•'OT. Charles H. Netter. p, Jnl of United Cerebral Palij ol Miami, declared here Wednesdaj Wetter just returned from Boswn, where he attended United Cerebral Palsy's sixth annual convention together with hundred„ other delegates from all stat the I nion. "All ol uwere resolved," Netter stated, -that only an intensification "' the I CP re-earch program and %  n extension of local rehabilitation services can hasten the day when all of the cerebral palsied receive the help they BO desperately need or when we can prevent some cases of CP, We were much encourd bj the addresses of leading Cientists Who reported on their re-, -earch projects and b) the panel discussions on clinical and educa-1 tional services for children and adults with cerebral palsj "Preparation tor our Telethon on Jan, 21 and 22. Netter continued will start Immediately so that an all-out effort can be made to raise this Community's -hare of the ten million nation goal." In addition to Netter. other local UCP leaders who attended were Louis Ctiilman. Kendrick McCormick. McCregor Smith. Jr.. Mrs. Claire Aden GUSSOW, Mrs. Abraham Wasserman. Dr. Donald A. Schultz. Mrs. Irene Dittrich, Georgj Hoover, Miss June Cutting and Franklin F. Saunders. George Hoover was reelected regional vice president for this area. Page 11 B GREETINGS KREMSER RADIATOR COMPANY Serviced Reoaired Cleaned Re-cored 1237 N.E. 1„ AVENUE p„. FR 3 3246 82 2237 BEST WISHES TO All Boltaflex Bolta-Quilt Bolta-Saran Bostape Boltaflex Distributor MIAMI PLASTIC FABRICS Sam Sadek 113 N.E. 9th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA RHONE FR 4-7156 Greetings t E. Stallins STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY 2755 S.W. 27th AVENUE FH0 NE HI 6-1653 s Skop (left; looks on as Maurey Ashmann, president of "trrerhood, receives the gavel from international director Lebow at the investiture of the Brotherhood of Coral Jewish Center. Photographers In Library Talk Carroll Seghers II. internationally known photographer, and Wilson links, former executive editor of I. ile magazine, spoke on "The Camel a and Journalism" at the Miami Public I.ihran tinweek. The program was one of the "Florida Author" -erics presented in the library auditorium. 1 Seghers attended Yale University anil the I'niver-ity ol .Miami School of Law and has been a pilot in the Air Force as well as aij airline pilot. He started taking pictures in 1<>48 and in 1951 won first prize in the only contest for professional photographers which Life magazine has ever sponsored. Hicks, who joined Life as picture editor in the magazine's first year and for 13 years developed the corps of photographers who nerve that picture magazine today. is now teaching a pioneer course in photo-journalism at the University of Miami. Chairman of the evening was Jack Wood, of the Grant Advertising Agency. Atlas TV Center Inc. 736 71st STREET, MIAMI BEACH PHONES UN 6-7217 UN 6-5863 TELEVISION RADIO APPLIANCES • SALES RENTALS SERVICE Wishes All A Very Happy Chanuka GREETINGS LA HUIS CLINICAL LABORATORIES 550 BRICKEIL AVENUE HUNTlNGTON BUILDING GREETINGS FiVdVr Scrap & Salvage I in-. 2660 W. 3rd COURT, HIALEAH PHONE TU 7-1664 Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. "The Responsible Roofers" ESTABLISHED 1919 Estimates free ROOFING and ROOFING SUPPLIES • RETAIL CONTRACTING • REPAIRING A. H. BECKER, Manager 222 N.W. 26th STREET, MIAMI PHONE FR 4-37CS ksl Wishes It tKVIH HEATING and VENTILATING lH -W. 37th Avenue Phone NE 4-6216 TU 8-1598 GREETINGS LAUNDRATERIA re* MiMhl Our Pleasure 12701 N.E. 6th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI Monte Carlo Hotel **es All A Very Happy Chanuka TOU HAVE OUR IMT WISHES PAT'S ELECTRIC COMPANY 2179 $W. 1st STREET Phone I2M17 GREETINGS Ormsby Pen Shop "STOP IN WE ARE AT TOUR SERVICE" 55 N.E. lit STREET !" ONE S2-*TT Greefings To Aff Frank C. Downs PLASTERING and STUCCO CONTRACTOR 3007 N.W. 59th Street Phone NE 5-2888 GREETINGS Haven Manor Sanitarium Endowed and Incorporated Residential and Transient Reasonable Rales 24-HOUR NURSING CARE FOR CONVALESCENTS INVALIDS AGED Registered Norses E. THARP, Director ""* W. ORIZZARO, Director 2629 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA



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Page 12 B TO ALL... GREETINGS MANZE TILE COMPANY CAU US FOB ESTIMATES PI 8 5184 1370 N.W. 54th STREET Kknist Fkrk&nr MIAMI, f LORtOA UXfl Normandie Restaurant "6M4 f dat Yisrsel" compiled by Isaac ben Aryeh Joseph Dov. (the popularly known Baer Siddur). The Scroll of the Hasmoneans is also published in the Daily Prayer Book of Philip (Paltiel) Birnbaum, with an exceptionally fine English translation. The original Aramaic text, with the Hebrew printed side by side, is available in the "Sefer Hamoadim" (Volume V). There are authorities who express the view that the scroll may have been written even before the Book of Maccabees. The origin of the Chanuka observance is given in a crisp, short' comment in the Talmud (Shabat 21b): "When the Hasmoneans prevailed against the Greeks, they searched the Temple and found only one cruse of oil which lay there untouched and undefiled, intact with the seal of the high priest. This cruse contained sufficient oil for one day's lighting only; but a miracle was wrought I therein, and they lit the lamp with I it for eight days. The following year, these days were appointed a festival with the recital of Hallel and thanksgiving." The tradition to recite Hallel, the Psalms of thanksgiving, on festivals, has prevailed to the present. The special praises are recited as part of the Shacharit service each morning during the week of Chanuka. It was an ancient rite to recite the Hallel on the various festivals (Arachin 10). Although Chanuka is not a Torah festival since it occurred after the canonization of the Bible, the Jewish view of tradition has given the holiday a status as one divinely ordained. This is to be noted in the blessing which is recited before kindling the Chanuka tapers: "Blessed art Thou. O Lord our God, King of the universe, who has made us holy by Thy commandments and has commanded us to kindle the light of Chanuka." The text for the benediction is found in the Talmud (Shabbat 23A). The benediction is also mentioned in Masechet Soferim (Chapter VI, Halacha 6). The candle lighting ceremony is followed by the recital of "Hanoirot Halalu." the original text of which is also alluded to in the same chapter of Masechet Soferim. An excellent translation of this short portion, which is part of the candle lighting ritual, is found in "HaSiddur Hashalem'* of Birnbaum (p. 710): "We light these lights on account of the miracles and wonders, triumphs and battles, thou didst perform for our fathers, through the holy priests-in those day** at this season These lights are sacred throughout the eight d3 nf Chanuka; we are not permitted to make any use of them except watching them, in order to praise thy great name for thy miracles. thy wonders and thy triumphs." After lighting the candles, a spirited hymn. "Mao* Tzur" (Rock &&"** '•* f un by the J* 1 80 Who fights tne Candles'. He is joined by members of the family and others witnessing the candle lighting. This poem was written about 800 years ago by a certain Mordecai who presumably lived in Germany prior to 1250. The name of the author is given in the initial letters of the several stanzas of the poem which alludes to the deliverance of the Jewish people from the Egyptians. Babylonians, Persians and Hellenic Syrians. The music for the poem was adapted, it is said, from an old Teutonic folk song. The poem caused difficulties for some Jewish communities because of its strong words against Israel's enemies. As a result many prayer books omitted the last stanza. In the fifteenth century, Rabbi Israel Isserlin suggested omitting parts of the song. In "Leket Yosner" we read "After singing 'Haneirot Halalu' one also sings 'Maoz Tzur,' and at times with omissions." This was done because many times in Jewish history, the words of the last stanza were given current significance and the officials or royal personages the words may allude to were offended. When the Chanuka candles are kindled in the Synagogue. Psalm XXX is recited as part of the ceremony. The Psalm itself has been explained variously by the Rabbis. The Psalm starts off with the title "A Song at the Dedication of the House," which is a most appropriate expression in honor of the rededication of the Temple which Chanuka symbolized. However, the body of the Psalm is fundamentally a hymn of thanks for recovery from a severe illness. Many commentators explain the text to be a "wnksg,v,ng song v_ M |"' was endangeLV *• %  Other *££j*n aPPl.es to IsraelTSS It is Probable yRjl the dedicatory cererl ^TemphSv?! authorities are e^L: 1 used a, he "^ Temple pressed over ? "bees. As Hertz pi?, Psalm supplied ,2 with which to give thai "ance." Kirkpatri^ 1 i^cornrnentator.sayJt' that the experience of ill ual has been repeated^ the nation." %  Another item in the y Chanuka is the recital of' s. Hanisim." The f ormu t insertion into the daUv f] Esrai is found in Maseeh*, (Chapter XX, Halacha again the exceptionally | baum Siddur offers a fli tion (page 91): "We thank thee for the I for the redemption, for | deeds and triumphs, a battles which thou didst i for our fathers in those i season. In the days oft nean. Mattathias ben Yo High Priest, and his i a wicked Hellenic governi up against thy people make them forget thy %  transgress the laws Thou in thy great n stand by them in the tin distress Thou didst chan cause, defend their avenge their wrong; i deliver the strong into of the weak, the mar hands of the few. the u the hands of the pure, into the hands of the rig 1 the arrogant into the h students of thy Torah. Ci. Judge J. 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rr 9. 1955 [picem** „ md holy name for 5 world, and for thy '.'thou didst perform a (*atct u ,,,() th,s day I IS children entered of thy hon^e. cleansed I purified thy sanctuary, ££ in thy holy courts SedtheMH,ludaysQf %  £ %  giving thanks,,,^ fi&VKfe i {* „ commentary on tne _r Book, points out that Eb pray" lve s "P^ 1 1 to the miracle of the of Judaism. "The ['Writes Hertz, "is a sumi lbe story of the MaccaI it stops with the recon(K Temple. It passed over 4 the military glories of r rears of warfare that fol. of altogether transitory (Authorized Daily k, page 151 • %  jj, of Chanuka the Torah IftePentateuchal selection lofthe right days is taken inters, chapter 7. Three called to the Torah jweekda>~ ol the holiday. ,to read this section on %  is found in the Mishnah fill. 6i. Again an opporliven to emphasize those f of the holiday connected (dedication of the House of +Jml&tn* r i*i. r phetic reading of the Sabbat* &f % Page 13 B curring duriry? Ihf *f day. fNot by might, nor by piWef^but V MV spirit, said the Lord of Hosts' (Zechariah IV. 4) is the keynote of the Festival of Lights which reminds the world of maji that ucce*, iPr 1 ^ not VPon the strenfillj Q f M.^—'^"^^^ Special poetical insertions are added to the Sabbath morning service on Chanuka. The first is 'Odechaw Kee Awnafta," a poem written by Joseph ben Solomon of Carcassonne during the tenth century. This religious poem is based on the Books of Maccabees and Judith. Another poem Is "K'vodo Or Yazriach," in which a prayer is of fered for Divine light, alluding to the lesson of Chanuka. The above mentioned Joseph ben Solomon is also the author of "Sh'nei Zeitim." another Sabbath Chanuka religious poem. Drawing on Zechariah Chapter IV. 3 14, the poem is a vibrant prayer for the re-establishment of Zion. the Temple service and the priestly cult. At one time, this lit urgical poem was sung to a tune similar to that of "Maoz Tzur." Still another poem, "Kin Tzur Chaylef," also by the same Joseph ben Solomon written in an obscure When asrcjjnd Sahhatf ro*lrs a< it-'does this *! %  'hsrrrAa. £% %  J*ver.l other li.urg.ca. poenis e^vie oV n h" £ SynagogUf service. Odechaw Kce Anee-saMachir of Regensburg in the ele%  %  %  cmury. it describe* the *f. ESS* ** *•*' ** S Maecabcem period. "Amtzo BTokafe." in which an TcZT, 0 1 ,h0 name Abraham found, offers a description of God's powers, again an allusion to the idea of Chanuka. This is followed sby Asher Yatzzar" written by fcpnraim ben Isaaq in which a hope is expressed for the restoration of |the Temple. The above mentioned Menachem ben Machir Is also the author of "Bin Moshcca" which describes the cruelties of the Creeks against the Jews during the Maccabean period. The UtUrgy of Israel has been very close to the people The prayers helped Jews to rise to the heights of their spiritual heritage Thus they have been able to keep aglow the altar liyhts of their faith. The memories evoked by the observance of Chanuka—memories of heroism, loyalty and devotion—always spurred Jews to renew their fidelity to their great traditions so as to be a light and an exemplar to to the world. to Co-Chair iood Affair |RW. Pear m I'niversity jjmident. and Sam Blank, taf National Brands, have Bed by Dr. Edward R. I trrve a) to chairmen of annual NCCJ brotheru dinner chairman. noement was made by LieGate. chairman of the ICCJ board, who also statdinner will l>e held at ran hotel on Moni^Jtoir.ul'i. Amb*sthe 'fffiippiiu^ \o tne • and chairman of the [Delegation to the UnitUrill be dinner speaker. tats been designated the berhood Dinner o£ the (the fir>t event of its Tkld in t he Western Jo will receive the fWorld Brotherhood medon of h^ world leadptn. Romuli. is joined [Arthur H. ( ompton, Kon and Paul-Henri Itkiirmen ol World Brothladded that Dr. Annis has >firtt meetim; of the din"Ttee for Monday noon, I the music room of the I hotel. ; Urn Blank in lecture m Wolfson will lecnight at the Spinoza i sL and Ocean ct, Mia! %  on "Spinoza's Conception Kneseth Israel Inducts Members Kneseth Israel Congregation commenced its late Friday evening services Dec. 2. Spiritual leader Rabbi Jonah Caplan inducted 110 new members during the service. Each new member was presented with a memento by officers of the congregation. A reception followed. Cantor Abraham Seif officiated, assisted by the choir. Rabbi Caplan revealed that Kneseth Israel tripled its membership during the past year. Special induction for new members of Sisterhood is planned for the near future, he said • • Sunn's Best Wishes Line Material Co. Inc. 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SAiL 1 A it SOX — Diplomacy is a Difficult Kind of Busi n THE SYNAGOGUE AND ITS PEOPLE. By De-sider HolisKer. 189 pp. New York: Abelard-Schuman, Inc. $4.50. By HILARY MINDLIN BUDAPEST-BORN Desider Holisher has. at various times, operated an international press service, traveled all over Kurope on toxt-andpicture assignments, been a script—and feature writer and picture editor. For the past ten years, he has been a lecturer on pictorial nmnication arts and photography at such schools as Rutgers. Fordham. and City College of New York. He has combined many o| his talents m order to create "The Synagogue and Its People." a book of photographi and brief textual commentary on the history ol the synagogue In America and the place it takes m the heart of its peeple. "Abundantly rich and profoundly learned is the literature of the Jewish past and present." writes Mr Holisher in his foreword "The intention of this book, however, is to draw a composite picture of the inner structure and workings of the synagogue by means of camera close ups and narrative text Through these media I endeavor to bring into focus the Jewish house ol Cod as a human Institution and to present i!s substance and its spirit Over 200 beautifully-reproduced photographs adorn the text. After a clear and concise essay on "The Heritage of the Jews." which is really an excellent thumbnail history of the Jews as the world and the spirit moved them. Mr. Holisher settles his readers in America in the year 1654. in fronl ol the imposing Congregation Shearith Israel, the oldest Jewish congregation in the United States From there it is |ud a few miles and four years to the second oldest. Congregation Jeshuat Israel in Newport. Rhode Island. • • • • THE CONGREGATION'S Touro Synagogue, named after its rabbi. Isaac Touro is itself the oldest Jewish house of worship in the country. [ and a remarkable museum, designated by the government in 1946 as a Nations] Historic Site. The authors pictorial guide through it is the! next ba&t thing to a personal visit. Several features stand out: underneath the reading desk, for instance, is a narrow, dark flight of steps leading to a secret underground passage to the street, a reminder of the hunted existence of the Jews and the Marranos in Spain, who sought, ludcLea shelters and secret tunnels to escape from the persecuting tribu-1 nal-nf the inquisitor" Among the collection of colonial objects is ;in ancient Mat7oth board, the only one still in existence, on which "bala-' bustehs" rolled out and flattened their dough with a long wooden oar. Pictures ol synagogues throughout the country, with their diverse architecture, point to the adaptability of Jewish external forms to Changing influences Then the people appear—those who walk and listen asd pray, celebrate their joy> and griefs within the walls oi their temple Mr Holisher takes particular interest in the education o! the children, and in the rabbi's busy, varied role The book is beautifully hound and*printed Mr Holisher is pnmarilv ., reporter intent on precise communication through both word and picture, and. although a sensitive selector, he has not the genius which t have developed mo pun intended) some of these pictures into al experiences ol light and shallow and dark The "substance Spirit" of the synagogue ihere, however, in its many aspects, mak-' •. ilui tine addition to anj collection of Judu.< One of the leading members of the Israel delegation here showed up recently at a meeting ol the General Assembly with a modest, metal button in his coat lapel A correspondent who noted the button inquired as to its meaning. It turned out that there was special significance to the decoration worn by the Israeli. The button, showing a sword wrapped in an olive branch, signifies that the wearer had been a member of the small group of Israel fighters who. during the War of Liberation, defended .!( nilfirtm. saving at least part of the Holy City from the Arab marauders I'm wearing this because I'm going to attend a committee meeting this afternoon." explained the delegate, "and I want my immediate neighbors to notice." His immediate neighbors, in committee, would be the Iraqi delegate on his left, the Lebanese on his right. Thus was one of the Israeli delegates showing his defiance of the Arab delegates. According to strict diplomatic protocol, the gesture was, at best, only permis sible; certainly, the practice of baiting an opponent, to whom at the same time you are offering peace, is not the smoothest of approaches. And yet the Israel delegate could easily be forgiven. For, after all, he is human. And it takes all but superhuman control to sit in United Nations committees, conferences, assemblies and other meetings day after day. hear yourself maligned and smeared, hearing truth twisted and decency ignored — and not react. It is a situation designed to give ulcers to one's ulcers. You sit strongly and hear an Ahmed Shukairy, the voice of Syria, the voice of the Arab League, demand that Israel give up to the Arab refugees, "first and foremost," the following areas: I.ydda, Ramleh. Jaffa, the Israel section of Jerusalem, western Galilee arM j areas" "^ning^J*" 1 Y, < hear the sLufn the "Zim-t hordes' Wile of the mouth of a dul Monetn i!£* sents Jordan. Now if %  bout United &£f Wp. you might ask 1, io^is-^vr^ UN. When uic ] !" ^ J" ^ars ago £,**' down and talk face l0 S he armistice terms d r2 he United Nation, j? fused to do so even rtted" (0 such co n(eret he Secretary.(;en eraL J L.in a h n n,taco,M ^i given the courtesy of Z on the Arab refugee,* And how does Jordan us courtesyBy vicious mitic attacks a g ainst ^ of Israeli immigrants gj "robbed" the Arabs of lands OWiO SCHWARTZ — The East and West Meet in Two Mayors Abba Hushi r*t —. HA:.:—HOMS s not \n — Truman Memoires Reach Behind Scenes If you are lookil I < hanuka gift for a nd, give him a CODJ ol "Memoirby Harry Tru %  just published by Doubleday Incidentally, Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe Shsretl was the hi oi the first inscribed copj oi the ixnik testf by Mr Truman to %  statesman abroad it was p ted b) Mr Truman to Mr Sharett in Jerusalem b a New York Jewish leader who Ml .. mem ber el the r.iA study mission which visited Israel ntly II ernes a very beautiful inscription which indicates Mr Truman's warm feelings toward the Jew ish State A reflection Oi these feelings will also be found in the first volume of Mr Truman's boot Then' he -ays \ery outspokenly that be WSi "skP tical" alxiut the views and attitudes assumed toward the Palestine question "by the striped-pants hops in the State Department "East is east and west is west and never the twain shall meet." It's not so any longer. Mayor Wagner of New York, which is west, received Mayor Abba Hushi of Haifa, the other day at New York's City Hall. And Haifa is way east. Not so long ago Mayor Wagner of New York called on Haifa Mayor Hushi. So it is really a return visit. Bob and Abba are getting to be old friends. I don't know whether the two became intimate enough to discuss politics on a professional level—but if they did, Wagner must have been surprised at Mayor Hushi's familiarity with the American political scene. For one thing. Israelis are getting familiar with the American political scene as a result of the numerous visits of leading American statesmen to their country. Stevenson, Dulles. Harrirnan. Ke fauver and Wagner are among those, who have visited Israel. Speaking about Mayor Hushi himself, there is a personal tie ( onnecting him with the United States His son. Dan Hushi. is .i fourth year student at MIT. majoring in marine engineering— a field which perhaps Mayor Hushi himself might choose if he were starting over again. he reveals how these striped-pants boy-' attempted to influence him against supporting the establishing oi I Jewish State. He also reveals many other interesting "behind the -scenes" details on other historic events Another good book, worth Chanuka gift Is John Cumbers "Inside" tirfca just published by Harper. In it one finds 1J.OX #.# TTi'.H 1/ I V information about Jews in the various countries in I" Africa, not |o speak of the fact that the book as such .s a valuable volume li the light ot what is now taking place in Morocco Tuhisia and Algiers, the book gives a picture of the position of the Jews in those countries again>t the general background Its chapter on Egypt dealwith the situation of the Jews thereunder General N iguib'i regime The situation has. of course, chang< oiisidcrably tinea N'aguib asj replaced by Col. .Nasser, the present I n ruler. "From Stevedore to might be the name of a bioe of Hushi. He has worked in harbor of the city over he presides, as an ordinary I worker and he is quick to W how important the sea is to I Thirty percent of Haifa's \ lation derive its livelihood i some activity connected whl sea. They are not all in._ ment trade in Haifa. ThejJ dock workers, sailors, fishe Mayor Hushi is a potitL Anybody who knows Israeli tell you that They tell, story of how Hushi will'. Austrian Jew that he is in i.. an because he was born in G a Hungarian Jew that he Hungarian because he spent] weeks in Budapest, a (.'nek. he is really a Czech Jew his grandmother's first came from Prague. But if I a politician, he is a dedicated!. He is a in a n obsessed great vision ol Haifa as the worldgreat ports. Hi he tells Mm at the crossr three continents — Asia. and Europe He told Mayor 1 ner of New York that Haifa.| New York, is a "melting with its people -peaking 4J| ferent languages How to Film Philosophy Mill OX WtUBBM i v — U.S. Blames Israel for Soviet Successes Man] expected the Soviet-Arab nfti to causa America to accept Israel ta an ally against Communism. But this has not eVolved. Instead. Israel is being blamed more than the Arabfor the Arab arms arrangements with the Soviet bloc A considerable number >>t liberal and moderately conservative Congressmen ol both parties have asked the State Department to provide armand i lecurity pact to Israel But individualsuch aSen William r Knowland of I alifornia, Senate Republican It er. are privately urging the State Department to do nothing for Israel that would offend Arab feelings Such men believe the United States should prevail on Israel to make territorial sacrifices tor peace in our time" to buy off the Arabs from their Soviet course. Sen. Knowland favors armed U.S. intervention to protect Formosa from the Chinese Communists Nevertheless, the Republican leader responded to the Red threat in the Middle East by opposing U.S. arms sales to Israel. He sajd any attempt by this country to provide weapons to Israel would only ena up ta an arms race with the Communists r „sh urns to the Arabs '"''' '' b,,v '< Journalists, agricultural ex-1 peris and home builders have been recent speakers pel anal Press club luncheons But none of encountered the barbed hostility m the question-and-answer period thai eentrontnd Israel For linutex Mo-be Sharett Reflecting the mi in Washington, the majority ol questions wi phrased with open hostility. -j Sentiment among high ranking IS militarv lead1 ndJcated by the "Army Times." the "largest and most authoritative publication of its type Maior G?rge Fielding Eliot urged that US Marines „ esT.^sh.Jn! 5 'r ,,, ; n aKams K Kyp o p*"i "" %  establishment of a Communist military base there He expressed an opinion that this was not the time! for lengthy debate ,n the United Nation*, chatter about guarantees for Israel or what happens in the El Auja zone in some patrol sk.rm-sh Half a dozen years or so ago. several major studios were giving serious consideration to the idea of producing a motion picture based on the philosophy present ed in Rabbi Joshua Loth I.iebman's great book. "Peace of Mind." They had many cogent reasons for giving their attention to this work. More people had read and were reading Peace of Mind" than ever had read any non-fiction work of modern times. It stood first on every non-fiction best seller lisi in the countrv tor more than two and a half years, breaking every book record of the Twentieth century It was the first book published in modern times of which it could be Mid, not merely that millions ol people had read it, but that tens of millions of people had read and been uplifted by it. The greatest joy of a motion puture producer's life is the realization that a picture he is making has a ready-made audience of unnumbered millions. It is an iron-clad guarantee of success for the picture. And. if ever a prospective movie title had a readymade audience waiting for it. in that title was Peace of Of course, in his book. I.iebman devoted himself elusive!) to presentini hi-i ational philosophy, but it i ed nothing even remotely bling a story or a plot <>' kind. The theme the theme —the substance wa-t and when has Hollywood n more than a worthy theme which to build a story" instance, a number of I tried to evolve atonal would emboils and project great ideaRabbi Liebman % a need in l M,nd —and this, too, happen* ,,,„,., the satisfactory storv which could rn> meaning of (he book did w tenalue. So, "IVacc did not become 8 —then. Mervyn I.eKoy. one dom's most outstanding pwo" directors, who has translawa er great books for the %  such as "Quo VadiHarvest" and olne ^7*''" success, is now one of tno* deeply interested in produe" cinemascope picture I "Peace of Mind." % 



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t — pecember_y955 LEGAL NOTICE ^=M£bLfkrir§iirin I THE CIRCUIT COURT op TUC _^ Er.9 e FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA No. 185169 .MIN-NIK M NS.MA.N, RgJntiff, TOBDERlCK K. i. I:. .,,„, SUIHI.KY I.BO, Ul ulf !, hefnare faced with other grave ncies of financing the rtation and absorption WOO Jews expected there tension-ridden lands in Africa. Mazer, formerly date chairmen of the UJA New York, will next iheed a series of visits by ers of the UJA national cabinet to every maIJewish community in the to secure commitments i special fund. Married Program Due Younu Married Zionist twill hold ii. second annual 'party Saturday evening at |WeHIICounty, Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Kiilt haw I., .n l.rouKhi again rou In the Circuit Court for Daitr County, Florida. In Chancery, U\ MINNIK NI-SSM AN. Plaintiff, for the purpOM of Km. I..in i; Mortgagl 'ii the alMivc IIOM. rlb.'d property, and you are her.-l.y required t.. nerve upon Plaintiff'a attorney. MAX K SII.VI i: SL'J S.'.vl.nld Building, Mi,inn :',::. M Ida, a copy of your anawer oi defenses arnl to flic with the I of aald Oonn your written anawer m defense* on or before the !Srd ..f Dernnlr, A.I). I95S, If you have nn\ HEREIN PAIL NOT, or Judgment will lie entered AgainM you DATED, this _:!i-d dn^ of November. AD 1935. F:. B. I.EATIIKRMA.V. neik m Circuit Court Bj JOAN COVRNOYER, n'lrcult Court Seal) Deputl • 16 LEGAL NOTICE nCE UNDER TICTITIOUS NAME LAW HCKKIiV (JIVEN that ngage In in line of nio, .it T'HI Florida, in1 with the %  <'..;nt .-f Dad. LK1 II RICH \i:|, i na •TlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW '•ii \thai • ng • VN \\|. sw-.ss i ..,'"' da t,. %  .rk ..f l>ad. County. I • .y ink NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKRKHV RIVEN that the underalKned, desiring to ng< liU>lni>a^ under the fictitious name of Ai'K DianOI'NT CO., al 959 W. Flaglor Street. Miami, Fl* int.-nils to register aald name itli ih.Clerk ..f th e Circuit t "out t of I Florida. I.. It'ia i: \ST< IN, Sole i .v. iii r MYERK, HEIMAN .. KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant b-,ii Bsybold Bldg. ll/H -fe : • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS" NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVKN that the imdarsls ned, d. business und. i %  i'. I nun. %  I HEARD'H CITY SEItVICE STATION, at 14583 N W :: l A • n ii Locka, r -.mi ii.iii. with illi %  ;• i k of the circuit Com t ..f I '.I.IIt'ouno i in HAYWOOD HEARD N< iRMAN I' >nl.i )Mi l.N Attorne) -al I Attornej fur Has wood n. ird Alton R. ad, Miami Beai ii Fla I 16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the nader elg ned, d. engage In imsiness under the fictitious nan i Tin IMi' BAY APARTMENTS Bav Orlve. S'ormamlj hle, M I Beach l-'O.. Intend t<. rea with the clerk of the On uli ,if o.ui. Counti Florid* \\ \ \ H I' VI'-IMK AN MARTHA PABR1KANT As Joint Tenant*, with Rlghl of Sin \ Ivorahlp MTBRK, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Ait. n nc% i for Mill' anta :,n Beybold Mull.ling 11 18-23 12 -' %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGES 1 COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36566 l Re isi \TK OF' ISRAKI. LINETZKV I" %  % %  <• %  '< NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! an i Mi Pel IIIK Clalmi oi V., II. and ea. h of notified .m i requ Ml I "> claims iiinl den M lif Mill. ISRAEL LINF:TZKY, n;inie Court cither ceaaed late ..f Mil" ">'>'; ... i,, Hi,. II. .ii .Indues ..f Dode Count •. %  > in their offlcvi. In tl Cnurthouae In l>ade Count within elchi call nd ir n rut* .1 the llr*l pnl ^OER FICTITIOUS .NAME LAW !" J? l! IIYEN that %  ImH '-.'^' <" R p",.' name of KM %  i II I n %  „i ... 'II Km ;KI. JJVRA IMUKL i.r.M % A.1 i ..r.\i Inn^'J^urr OF THE \m n U r?J C AL CIRCUIT. IN "_0ADE_ COUNTY. Jl ST, p FLOR No. 18S444 tiff (* V V OBLIGATION NOTIFIED l 'i %  I w.i. .ml a I Hllllffs %  *•!.,. KIM NT* Miami I *..„; lull to p 'l lll l.c HR r*-. will .III:.l.MAN. 1 H rtii i: .ii, It-Ik s:,|,| laimi di m.in !• • the legal addn of the la ma i,. i„ rwoi •! i %  will I.. l;u %  lion 7 ; I of the 1945 I Date Nove > '•• r I ,.,,,,,. M IROAHKT KLEIMKIl JACK LINET \ %  Admlnlati %  "' .SKAKL MNBTEKY^ MILT' >N \ FRIEDM IN Attorn NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN the underatenehuain. i i th" %  "'"' ;\ ,,. .sANI.V i.l MIAMI. SAN M'2 Kl.okMiV SANDY K > 8ANPY IVSHIONS '! M l ..,\ | \',, 1 SANI.V ll."i;M.\ it Mh.1 Inten. Clerk of the i r "' COU ^fcRRY k MANlKA.-T l R .N i ill PARI'O I II \:i.,i ney f. \: %  ant 11 l "— NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE M H*fcWT V ll^ ihund.r8lnn.il .'•-. %  :' %  l, u .rn.Ha ;,inter the fl.-t %  INDI'KTIIIAL MliRAl l'l kTH al '•-•• N Xl '-' Mu.n with th. Court of ,., I SB'S FILM VI. 1 %  %  RVICH 1M |H>ratn n SOLE iiVV.NKK Attorney f..r Television HlmArt Service, Inc. ..ngrew. Bhlg Miami. Fla. ll/ll-JS — !/- •i,::.:v IMPROVEMENT Co HERMAN W BRETAN ,RBTANPrei [or Applicant st NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  Ink of Hi. | : I..,|. PROA IDENT HOME' IMPROVEMENT CO RERMAN^VR'EV^N^^ 1 *P Vppllcant • .' v\ eat Flagler si 19-B1-23-30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR?,*< %  ; -,' N 5, HA NCERY. No. 185076 ALBERT MARKER, Plaintiff KATE MARKER, Defendant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: KATE MARKER 2211 Balrd Blvd Camden, New Jersey YOU ARE HEREBV NOTIFIED thai ., Bill ..f Complaint for Divorce lias been filed again*! you and you rolred to file your anawer in the Office of the rierk of Hi,. Circuit Court, I'M!" County, Florida, and %  copy of your answer on the Plaintiff* JOSEPB ROSENKRANTZ ESQ. One Lincoln R I Bldg .Miami Ida, on .', before the Mth day of December, 1955. i-.,ii not herei 'i. fault will be • ntered B you. i u 'i thin November K. 1955. K l: LEATHERMAN, "i,. nil i 'lerk Bj R. II RICE, JR, Deputy Clerk LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,.,,„. NAME LAW NM i u i'. is HEREBY GIVEN tint I, dealrlng t in engage In --nice „„. ficTltloua n"an?e of 1 IB10t>.\-0-RAMA ,,, A; v %  -.„ h 1 intj lioi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that under the fictitious name ••! MEACH AI'TO RENTAL, al 1725 Alton R.I. Miami Reach, i-'ia intend* %  W Id Ih nf the Circuit %  i 'ounty, MORRIS KLEIN (Sole Own. i I 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to rni %  ler the I ime of TILLIE'S AI'TS., al 146 S W 9th St %  aid ,'•me wit h the i i.-ik ..I Hi.circuit Court "i iaide Plot Ida. MAX KLEIN Til.UK KLEIN KES8LER A OARB Attorne) i. f"r Applicant* '.. %  :. \\ Flagli i St. 11 18-25 — 1* :-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 185065 MIT'/I M. SKII'KS. Plaintiff, FOR DADE 1Y. N iinir, JERl 'ME SEIDES, Defi ml. mi NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 11 i JEROME SEIDES .• ...... i'. ..1 f the C t i '"'ii on %  ,,h d a j | Den mi., i ; plaint will b. taken aa c ih day of Nov. mber, A '' a LEATHERMAN, ..; the Clr. ult Court w VI H STOCKING SOMMF.R, PRANK A \\ KSTON l'-'.'S n ',, R ...,.i Building I ••'• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,-K is HEREBY OJ\ l.N lhal ire STF VKS, at • '• x \ ... Int. LER J n IRS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,K IS HI ,V,A "'•' • r|orid s v M Bl'ILPBM WC yirga. -.L NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,".,: ..rH^P^cv, KTAIL LOIN N v vi,„ i Intend ii i I-1:i-i:nSCHNEIDER CARLES ROSENBEM l-U-23 MICHAK& IAI PFJ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MiTH-l-: IH HEREBY GIVEN that '" "talgned, dealrlng ... engage In %  th, flctitlou. „?,.. '••i.l'\iv.\ g UOLDHTEIN, at 2303 PI* n! "' with : '' •' %  < Dad. EL 'l.il.liSTKIN 501 |, i ^ T J HE C,R CUIT COURT OF THE Fnp na U rS: IC ^ L C,RCUIT IN A*D CHANrFRV C UNTY F1 -0 R IDA. IN l-MANCERY. |\l1DUU GRACE HAWKBSWORTH. I^lrnlff. '' "MA I ^J. YER Deputy Clerk GE< IRGE A. O'BRIEN Attorney for Plnintirr 3300 Ponce de Ueon Boulevard i 'or il i tables, Ilorlda U 9-14-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO. 185259 ELLEN s SCOTT, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES R SCOTT, JR, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: CHARLES It SCOTT, JR. 90* Sn\ innah Street, s.K. Washington, D.<*. Y< IK ARE HEREBY REQl'IRED to servfl .i "t\ "f your answer to the Complaint for Divorce filed herein on i i in s atto neya, COURfaiHON & KINK, i %  • ~. I.inei.ln Road, Miami Beach, la, and to file the original In the offl f the Clerk ..f the above Court i.n m before the mil day of Janu otherwise a default will he eni,,st you. Dated ttila 29th "f November, 1955. E. i; LEATHERMAN, i 'lerk nf Circuit < out t B) r JOAN COCRNOYER, (Cln nit Court Baal) i *aputy Clet k 12 .'-'..-in-: 1 :! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nil Tin: is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In business under the flctitlou* name of NUMBER ONE BARBER SHOP, al 171 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend* to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l lade County, Florida. OEORGE KRAMER 11 is.-j:, — 1272-9 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH Lincoln at Washington Pays Interest: on Savings QUARTERLY per annum on balances from $100.00 to *15,000.00 Each account insurtJ by F.D.I.C. to $10,000. Start Saving Here Today Member FeJ^'fll Deposit l-.su.ancc Corp. Fedei*! Reserve System LE£AL NOTICE J$ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TrfE !hr\ V |^I H e. JUD,CIAL CIRCUIT. hN f^D FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 185323 CORA J PARK, I'la.ntiff. ROBERT W. riJiiriH. IMfenrlant' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION "'• K.'i.i.i; i W, KM|TjU.i 1'i.f. ItiM.leli,-.. and Aiiili,.L*n ^ < >l" ARE HEREBY NOTB ll-3 that a Complaint ha* been I ad againat you ror declarator) decre and "Mi. i relief regarding title to the following described nronertj Ritual In i "ad; Count). Elorlda. to wit: U>1 l. Bio. k 2, GRANADA GROVES #3, according to i'lat (hereof, ei oi .I.-.I in ii ,t Book II,.' 0 f the V III OI 'IOf Ii. I,I -..ii,i' •• I Ida, also .!.•%  Ibed as S*50 Bth Terrace, Miami, Plortda ii !• het eby 1 1 nnireii t.. flu %  our original anawer or other pi. a I flaintiff H Complaint with the i ..f the Circuit C t and aei • of aame on Plaintiff'a attorney, H IN BV M. CAIN, 2520 West I Street, Miami. Plortda, on or I the Ird day of January, I9SC; i ise, the allegation* of said Complaint will be taken a* i "iil'i-. bj rou DATED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this 30th day ol November, K it LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court By \VM. w. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk HENRT M CAIN Attorney for Plaintiff 2580 W Flagler St.. Miami. 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%  I Page 16 B *W/flflorftfeM7 Popkin Back From Israel Herman M. Popkin of Atlanta, Ga., co-owner and director ol Camp Blue Star in Hendersonville, N. C, returned this week from a six-week tour of Europe and Israel with a report of admiration and deep respect for the Israeli people now facing a crisis with their Arab neighbors. "It is almost heroic to me—yet natural and easy for them," the former director of the Southern Zionist Youth Commission said in commenting on how naturally the people live and work and build with the threat of war ever constant. Popkin's visit to Israel was presented to him in June of 1954 by the Young Judaeans of the South with whom he worked for over seven years as director of the Southern Zionist Youth Commiasion. joint educational youth agency of Hadacsah and ZOA. In addition to obtaining a firsthand picture of the country and its people, Popkin was also interested in arranging the itinerary for Camp Blue Star's Summer Skident Tour group which spends abtut 70 days in Europe and Israel each summer This yes* the group, under the direction of Mrs. Elsie Levin of Gainesville, Fls., snd Jack Weiner, Party Slated at Hiol^ HUIeah.Mi, mi s Cent" will have a cham* Sunday evening, j£**l ^-OHean,^^ th e thing, ^ n 1 p Pfcin_m ijmrecent v itit '^W* % RAKER* SERVES W E JW W*K I % % %  %  MCAIK -,*c-: The most favored of all in Jewish homes...Walter Baker's is the only line of chocolate products under Rabbinical Supervision. FOR YOUR COMPLETE AND CONFIDENT ENJOYMENT DURING HANUKKAH AND EVERY DAY THE YEAR AROUND! KOSHER PARVE BAKER'SINSTANT COCOA. *<•• **• W BAKER'S CHOCOLATE PREMIUM NO. 1 UNSWEETENED *P %%tt -SIKER'S SEMI-SWE] CHOCOLATE Cr "Ill* .-^u. WQWK'tJPLfttMHALfOOP*



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i AU • • rs SUITINGS ft PURE OIL SERVICE fnmfintii is Our Metre \ l M i Unit* **rir Vftrk Ut •** Battery Service Celled '""• <*"' Gtlharti fr— 3721 W. FIAGIER STREiT Phone 83-1407 MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & COMPANY. Inc. I Complete Abstract and I Till* Insurance Service | THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH ^yewjyioidWlibin MIAML FLORIDA Fridq yDecember 9, 1955 Section C Nuta's Yacht Basin 1884 N. W. North River MM CUlllNGS I "UMPS" CLARK G01F PROFESSIONAL Biltmoro Court* Imons by Appointment ife tine of Go/fine f wiamenf ilihmore-HI 6-0649, HI 4-9254 To fit Jewish needs American Jews tend to think of the synagogue in terms of a structure substantial enough for the many activities associated with the U.S. synagogue. There is nothing pretentious in the Jew's House of Worship. It is merely a place for him in which he dedicates himself to his ancient belief. On Chanuka, American Jews will give thanks for their bounty in synagogues such as this throughout the nation. Our Feast of the Lights lUm CHANUKA TO ALL 01/ft KINDS AND PATHONS Shoreline Cleaners |M20 N.E. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone PI 8-4S37 Ralph Green [TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Bagel's Men's .Shop {JEST IN MEN'S STREET ^ SPORTS CLOTHES:' I*' MHKE DE LEON BUD. IMU$ Nt. HI Ml 24 "AWW inn— Glenn Tut tie ** &f INSURANCE WCIAUST 144 •*•* Beakvcrd] HMI 3-0741 •* %  'R 42921 j ** *• lAMR, Oweer [JAKER'S '^m CLEANING CO. SIX*th $t. By DR. THEODORE GASTER Many of the religious.festivals of the world which come to us as commemorations of historical eventare really expressions of basic human emotions which these events happen to have evoked and focussed. Chanuka. the Jewish Feast of Dedication, is of this order. Ostensibly, it commemorates a historical event—the rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem in the year 165 B.C. The particular story which is associated with the festival is therefore the story of how that triumph was accomplished—the tales of the heroic resistance offered by Judah the Maccabec and his followers to the oppressive legislation of the Syrian King Antiohchus IV. Back of that narrative, however, and back of the annual festival lica the recognition of something deeper—something which was indeed expressed in that particular event but which jUelf transcends it. What Chanuka celebrates is the inalienable right of human beings to their own character and identity; and. in commemorating the way. in which that right was once defended, the festival reasserts it from year to year. For that reason. Chanuka is no mere antiquarian relic, but an occasion of ever-livmti. contemporary significance. It is important, however, that the message of Chanuka be understood correctly, nianuka Is not— ais go Often supposed—a festival of independence; it is a festival ol dedication. And the difference is crucial. What the festival asserts is not the riaht of every man to "he-himself" and do as he pleases but to he a servant of God and in that service to defy princes. The condition of independence is consecration and its hallmark is devotion. Another thirm that the festival of chanuka teaches is the value of the few against the many, of the weak against the Btrong, of passion against indifference, of the le unpopular voice against the thunder of public opinion The struggle which chanuka commemorates was the struggle of a small hand, not of a whole people. It was a struggle not only against oppression from without but equally against corruption and complacence within, it was a struggle fought in the wilderness and in the hills; and its symbol is appropriately a small light kindled when the shadows fall. The festival which Judah the Haccabee and his followers observed on those memorable days was I not. as again is so often supposed, a festival of victory and liberation, for they were not so naive as to imagine that a few successes in guerilla warfare, however sensational and spectacular they may have been, had automatically restored the independence of the jJews or finally resolved the politi, cal issues at stake. The purpose of their celebration was simply and solely to re-dedicate the House of God, and in order to dramatize the occasion and to invest it with becoming dignity, | they made a point of repeating exactly the same ceremonies as had marked its original dedication at the time of Nehemiah. That event had taken place at the Feast of Booths (N'chemia 8:13-18). Accordingly, although the latter festival actually fell nearly three months earlier, its traditional ritual was adopted as a precedent. The ceremonies were made to last eight days, corresponding to the [ seven Days of Booths and the suc, ceeding Day of Solemn Assembly; and, inappropriate though it was to the season of the year, throughout that period a steady stream of "pilgrims" wound it way to the shrine, bearing the wreathed wands and palm branches (lulavs) Continued on Pag* 7 C HolidayGreetings to our Patrons and Friends 22nd off Collins, Miami Beach Phone JE 8-4345 ABBOTT ELECTRIC. INC. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL Wiring — Repairs T Alterations of All Kinds 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONE FR 3-6294 A MOST HAW CHANUKA CHARLIE'S WAYSIDE FURNITURE and SUN FUN PATH) SHOP 14350 MSCAYNE ItVt. NORTH MIAMI If ACM PHONE IH 3182 For Better Health Visit the Miami Health Institute Several Dienoii aae" X-Roy Physical TWraer • •• CeedWe""* G R I t T I N G S DIXIE TELEVISION SERVICE "Guarmnleti Dependable Service and Hants* Prices" SAIES end SERVICE Aufnoriied RCA Dealer 14355 W. 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FLORIDA G R I [ T I N G S DEIGAARD & PRESTON BUILDERS, INC. 4063 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD cotAl GABLES PHONE 838014 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR"R1I~NDS "AN0~PYT0NY Wallpaper Distributors, Inc. 5142 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI Phone PL 8-0922 By ALPRED WERNER A Chanuka lamp has two aspects: it is a ritual object used at home or in the synagogue to commemorate the rededication of the Temple at Jerusalem, and. at Lhe same time, a work of art designed with 1 great love and care by a mastercraftsman Centuries ago. worshippers were far more concerned with the appearance of ritual articles than we can claim to be in this highly sophi-ticated BJB< There were neither magazines nor galleries to instruct the layman on tho latest trends in the arts. The pre Kmancipation Jew was barely aware of the artistic splendor within the cathedrals and palaces. Occasionally | I inclyshaped monstrance or other sample of Christian art might turn up in the home of a Jewish money lender pledged u> security for a loan extended to a church or monastery, and in this way Jews would find out the ecclesiastic art that flourished beyond the high ghetto wallNo sampleof Chanuka menoroth ha\c come to us from the darkest Middle Ages, but we know from literature that the medieval Jew, with all his terrible insecurity, devoted as much time, energy and money apossible towards the beautilication of the religious service and that he knew, intuitively, what instructions to give to the Christian diver-smith who fashioned his religious objects Indeed, very little religious art older than 300 or. at most 350 yetrs, has come down to us. Among the exceptions are a few North African Chanuka lamps of brass, rather simple and unambitious trom an aesthetic viewpoint, and a few lamps of great beauty from Italy where Jews enjoyed greater freedom than elsewhere, and where pogroms, destroying all that a Judengasse held, were relatively rare. New York's famous Temple Kmanu-El owns a unique Italian Chanuka lamp of the 14th century. It is of the so-called '•bench-type" with decorated back, the kind that were used in the Jewish home—as distinguished from the large candelabrum-type that usually stood in the synagogue. Since this piece is of brass, it is quite possible that it was fashioned by a Jew, for it was only over the work in the precious metals, gold and silver, that the Christian guilds had a monopoly. Religious art offered practically the only chance to the Jew to give full rein to hja fancy, and the triangular hack here i> decorated with the incised" image of a dragon flanked by rampant lions. Such backplates were also adorned with cks, symbolic ol immortality, or just with tendrils of vine. Or the) mi-lit !„• pierced int.. open patterned lattic. No adornment was considered' tOO elaborate to enhance the festive spirit Tins is particularly true of thoef menomth that were made in the Baroque Age. that is to %  *, around 1700. For our more austere &*: w*m The happiness reflected on the face of this young mothsJ North Africa is the result of her arrival in Israel her nevJ Chanuka this year will be her first truly happy Fes:^ the Lights." IN A HURRY CALL KIMBALL %  MURRAY THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS 5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue p hon pL Mu AMERICAN LAUNDRY 6220 N.W. 2nd Avenue taste there is too much flourish, I too much winsome playfulness about ecclesiastic art of this age. both Catholic and Jewish (Protest ant churches and services were, on the whole, devoid of ornament, in ; keeping with the puritan spirit of the Lutheran creed). I once saw a Chanuka lamp which had attached a bird perched on a ring w hich was ; set into swinging motion when the I candles were lit. Another oddity is la 250-year-old menorah made of a grenadier's helmet bearing the j coat of arms of the Prince Loewen[ stein-Wertheim; it was probably made by a Jewish blacksmith residing at Wertheim on Main The most pleasing Chanuka menoroth are those of the Renaissance period, and New York is fortunate in having a number of them, donated by the eminent collector. Harrj G Friedman, to the Jewish Museum. There is one bench-type menornh, made in Italy around 1600, the back of which shows two angels blowing trumpets, rasSS, and a lion to which the servant light (Shamoshi now missing— "iiL'inally was attached. At the top is the figure of Judith with liie sword and head of Holofei n. • Why is the Judith and Holofernes motif so frequently used on Chanuka lamps? Because Judith slew I Nebuchadnezzar:cr.cral| time ol the I har.uka feW In the 18th century, disf ed by s,uch philo-Semites, Lessing. and Herder. Je breathe more ireely even] tral Europe, and there was cum of cultural exchange] the ghetto and the Chnstil Since there were no Jew smiths in Germany and well-to-do Jews commissia tiles to make ceremonial | While the Jewish pair Igive a general de-criptio Christian craftsman as tol j struct ion of a particular o| I did not mind if it a>e the style of the period—inl ••modernization" would til] "enlightened" customr. baroque curves, even occ %  scriptions in Latin rather] the more ap|'re[-r;ate Hew Chanuka menorah. for j bean the motto: Provide^ mur. (We are protected dencei Mow -hall we explain ingness ol the pre-Emi Jew to bi with human figures' Forj tion to Judith andhervicfl Biblical personalities as] Continued en P9 10 A I I A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA THOMPSON BURLAP BAG COMPANY BUT ond Sttt Wholttale susd Rttmil 3741 N.W. 7ft*. 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,w Israel Fetes the Maccabees .y^SCHOCHER I much improved today Thorp aro i 'more buses and certainly the roads l„ ,.?.. h '' ancient Maccabeans. r ''•"" %  •The long ribbon of road aElJtt'!**" hr el ,hi from tho Dead Sea to Beep*hi II, nu d u ^"kingly reminkmm Page 3 C %  Its now. the l^en gathering < nahildren. -The for the was not so several rlc i. A police captain retails r,lrorruP •' w >**** -Wed settlement and rap. ,he door of a home found flut the little child in the (outsioV said the captain, whole wagon load of I you can take some." incrodu from the Dead Sea to Beersheha. I „ Tt r £ s,riki,, '> reminiscent recently conducted with the aid nu.lL^ h A J'^% !" a IwjVS It" % %  %  *-*--*j TO ALL GREETINGS Hannau Color Productions 605 Lincoln Road Phone JE 8-2923 ful to ride on Transportation is stifl not all ,> .should be. As. matter of fact, tho — — accen final prosperity of the country will m,l 'tary Picture of Israel Where hinge in no little measure on the ever one <** you see tho Israelis most thirty UtM, as | arge round,ng U and hostile to it Tho *ODti.n cris.s has accented tho ISttle urchin was I i^w you won't give me I what have you got?" he could not believe that I things were for him. c bpp)' circumstance, IsjChanuka very definitely INtbean times. When the tyred the Temple after j Syrians from the land, trecall they found a bit jfjrient for one day, but usly lasted the week. Israel is elated over development of this facility. Tho Dead Sea road to Beersheba was a necessity essentially for the exploitation of the Dead Sea mineral doposits. The rich clays and sands of the Negev are worthless unless they can be ferried easily and in uniform. Young resolute Jews, true Maccabean warriors. There is no use gainsaying the fact that the picture, if admirable from the heroic point of view, is expensive. More of the budget than cheaply to the ports. Th. produc |we should like, goes for arms 2 IT" i.! ea .l! ea P h SPhateS ,h S Stead f ,he cons < !" tive purposes so much more needful, especially at this time. past year were estimated to be worth twelve million dollars—not a small sum to Israel and the possibilities of this resource have only been scratched. Land erosion is common to many parts of the world, and there is no tonic for this malady of the earth as a layer of these phosphates. Such a coun* Happy Chonufco U All Our friomis end Patrons in .*.--. FRIENDSHIP HOUSE 747 LINCOLN ROAD MIAM RFArM 5420 N. MIAMI AVENUE M "A^J, 2207 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH of a greater measure; try as India, for instance, has only have hopes of Israel tJKo another Venezuela [the Biblical description i to be amended into a with gasoline." It I more than three years U team of geo-physicists hjr Israel Bonds, surveying came to the concluBthat sometimedesolate sandcontained hidden time I come.'' said an l who makeit a point to I annually. "I find things [changed Itlike a grow-! I You -ee him a few years ifcp doeai seen to lie the MM has grown so much."p %  he jokechange Seven! k the crowding ol the Ithetheme ol many of the Then v the itorj I on a • I *l{ win-' %  i I !: bearded I permit: it" hs• it. hut :had beet ng on for itmni-p-. he had enougb. whiskan a "l to the p.-i-songer [ to them Uhafs the T^ed the other.-are you there•fa now are not so apJ* e transportation is begun to use a fraction of what it needs. If the constructive work is to go on. outside aid will be needed. The visit of Moshe Sharett to America, it is hoped, will help augment the flow of money through Israel bonds. Israel has shown that it has the Maccabean spirit as far as winning and maintaining political independence. 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This is the first Jewishsponsored medical school in the States, and in accordance with Jewry's, ciples, takes its student body and from all races, religions and creeds. Historian Toynbee's Opinion! 1621 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 5-6451 East Coast Fisheries, Ine. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge Free Parking Wholesale i Retail Eat Seafood far Health TO OUR MANY FRIENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS Rader Engineering Co. CONSULTING ENGINEERS 111 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone 82-3551 Miami Florida SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL SWEET INSURANCE AGENCY SECURITY BUILDING Phone FR 4-2675 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA i TO ALL... [ TOMY RIGG5 MOTORS, INC -tm f MNHKIY cotonir Ml N.W. 3*h STRUT PL 71171 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Bonfire Restaurant HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BON-FIRE 1700 N. BAY CAUSEWAY 79th Street Causeway Phone 14-4451 Sam Winer Abe (Sparky) Nissenbaum By FREDERICK E. BOLIN In himassive superstructure of twenty-one civilizations and six major religions, what images of .lews and Judaism does historian Arnold Toynbee forge for future generations to read" 1 Four arresting concepts are the key to Toynbee's view-: Judai>m is "a fossil." Bigotry s essentially a Jewish invention introduced into Christianity and Islam. Christianity was "betrayed" into bigotry by "Judaic fanatism" or "intolerance." The creation of Israel is an "art of impiety." by Lhe standards of the Jewish religion itself: a "dangerous archaism" by historical standards. Arab-Ijtsel conflicts are "a perversely predestined catastrophe." a "supreme tragedy" wherein the Jewish fall from grace exceeded the moral nadir of Nazism. Those recurring themes run through the ten volumes. They form a small but potent aspect of Toynbee's vast system. But in a 41page section of Volume 8, Toynbee rivets theme into one structure with a blinding display of curiously selected incidents, and unproved assertions. Toynbee sees Judaism as a "fossilized relic of a civilization that was extinct in every other shape." Jews managed "to survive the loss of their state and their country by improvising a new social cement." This was developed out of "their heritage of religious law." Thus evolved the Jewish ethos—"a meticulous devotion to Mosaic law i and a, consummate virtuosity in commerce and finance." Having reduced a living religion to a "fossil." Toynbee finds that Judaism has made unique contributions to Western civilization. He pays tribute to "its discovering of a single Divine Being" and concepts of love and charity. But then Toynbee. the professional historian, is engulfed by Toynbee, the zealous prophet. His indictment of Judaism, delivered with .the prestige of a man rated by some widely read American magazines as among the greatest historians of the* 20th century, refurbishes an ancient dogma for the condemnation, of Jews. As "a study of, his tory," he makes this theological value judgment: •The error of the Jews is exposed in the New Testament ... a fatal error of looking upon a momentary spiritual eminence as a privilege conferred upon them by God in an ever-lasting covenant" His most singular charge is that Jews launched bigotry: "The abuse of political power for the inhuman purpose of imposing on a subject minority a choice between the abandonment of its ancestral religion and the extreme penalty of banishment or even death had been practiced by the Jews against their Gentile neighbors in Syria seven hundred years before they themselves had been confronted with the same choice by toe Visigoths in the Iberian Peninsula. The earliest known instance of 'bigotry' is the compulsory conversion of the conqueredGa, of Galilee to Judaism by theiri cabean Jewish conqueror der Jannaeu^ in the first of the last century B.C. *" the Maccahean temper *jj ed by Christendom from i; that came to be the prineip tim of thiJewish vein Christian religion." The fact that the charge i. the Maccalx-ans rests on 11 reference Josephus Flavins) centure AD); that even if I was preceded by similar in Near Eastern history deter Toynbee from, insj characterizing such treatl "Judaically inspired" Forex certain Visigothic laws, in century Spain, are called Jewish enactments of a Ju fanatical ferocity." A to decline in the mutual pen of Protestantand Cathon called the "damping of a flame of religious fanaticism In a published reply to' his critics. Toy rj bee condem astonishing thesis into this sentence: 'The irony of Jewish surely is that the Jews have] the chief sufferers from i which they themselves kindled." 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ZJ^lltfcrm*, anuka-the Spiritual Victor^ %  B. GRffNMAN those "othera" and troth „ .n u ... W. Page 5 C £ |. B. GRlf NMAN not know how it may be *bm, but focus, the ocenffBtatXion that we share %  infirmity —that we are [ jtyoung as we once were—alw loose a K*riuine flood of ftcence. And in common with ^othrs, that flood is often jnreet—things left undone, I trords spoken, and all the rtteg-" na K >neral, y fn uni larger heading of regret. [dtys not too far off, before •if had reached its present ..i hue. we were a member jjjoup of young people who (jometimcdescribed by their aries as '"sophisticated." _j often called us a good | worse, but it was the accolade irconfreres which stimulated ifo, on occasion, just a trifle [((our way to merit the accol\cl sophisticate. Parentheticali just to demonstrate how old Ireally are getting, it occurred to Kother day the present generi would never give us such a The present generation, and [(10111 care how many people been laying this for how r general ions, is definitely "go|to the dogs." those "others" and troth to tell it .u their existence which h S. clw-23",' n, thta ,hat ^ to prove it we intend to say n t there. Murce of our regret on this wore The power of words, whether witty or only stupid. Whether wise or t i a tert";;",K "" v ine one that evenonly wwe-guy, is sometimes fri R ht D |f '" ^ Cap,urp of the Tememng. Perhaps it is frightening: on j ff.. *** *•* lost a Ra ?n morn occasion, than it i s ennnfc!£ 8 !" j, !" did l* %  %  so much ling. In any event, some of thei „L r e re of our m !" i statcanards which freely circula ed "It SJf" ,hat ,hou h can certhen, in some cases only half SmuThT* ,hat We m ^ hav intended for ef h else Thopr.nnple victory was rather that victory which those Jews who had not forgotten, won over the *ne In ,hn Jewi themselves to then, in some meant and more feet than intelligence, have taken root in many quarters. How very wrong we were How shortsighted we were and how un willing we were to go even tl ;„,„ cw • %  "•mscives to much as a figurative inch ineath InmS? "' ^ ** s !" <"hin g s the surface. And, as it happens it P !" ? !" m re a,,ractivc in ,h Pals that "inch" which is indTp"n S a f„„p '£? t V' Wrh ,h v had !" b.ein any thought really *5"£ S^ft 'wnM.ra'l^ thing, of course, it cannot be Ra „ ^ ,|* ^ ftataj ever said that we have here the celebra-! ^ Ume :tion of a military victory. Where: VVe think that the intransigeant we part company is at the point mcn who ''red this revolt are justwhere you say that we have a mi lilv celebrated, but not for their tary victory and nothing more. We mil,,ar V prowess Thev deserve the Jews, like any other human group, glades they receive because !" M_much entitled to celebrate they^found it easier to contemplate A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL KING FINISH PLASTER CO. i\ UME • COLORED PLASTER i Phone FR 3-2031 i' 260 N. W. 27th Street Miami, Florida name of human. If you choose to GREETINGS Investors Diversified Services. Inc. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 300 1st National Bank Building CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA TO ALL GREETINGS THE MIAMI AGENCY, INC. GENERAL INSURANCE H. H. WOODSMALL, JR. t lOJtk Cl l .1 M _. 682 N.E. 124th St North Miami Phone 84-0615 of our favorite ways of act%  as the banc of our elders' sevluistences in that far-off day [to puncture some beloved ob. and to couple that punc[with some cutting remark. A pin point was the celebration of We remember that one of lamber. whom we all account|i peat wit. had the happy t of referring to the festival i impending Kosher Winter il" some weeks before it to JWremember it. the principle l directed at this otherwise 1 happy occasion had to do B supposed resemblance to [midwinter celebrations of rpwples and religious groups, rin ancient times or in our (•.dry. and to what we were I to call its "narrow national probably do little good [to admit that we were the bigW fools then. Anyone with rnnse to recognise that fact tady known it for a long und the others, to whom we Iffer in just a moment, have Ibr convinced in other ways. ^memlcan bo made, and it Mter ol fad that times and "mange and that very Wfco made the carnival retWerred to earlier, is today PjKornamenl to the rabbin |tohis people at large. We ill lorgive us for what be far him a painful reroi the bj ne day when wc >h ''" lno answ ers, TWWd-jH thably agree to it ''i r '-^rk has thus, in its BKurvcll as text for a ^l


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LIFSHUTZ The events of history from the days of the Roman gladiator to a Roman Bar Mitzvah fill many voliimes—of tears and blood. Gladiators are history: hut a Bar Mitzvah ceremony in Rome is a miracle ihat bears testimony to the eternal faith of the Jews This, my wife and I witnessed durum our recenl visit to the ancient city of; the seven hills. My wife. Miriam, and I arrived in Rome anxious to see the many sights that we had read about In our travel guides. Yet, our hearts would not let us proceed until wc fir visited the synagogues and Jewish landmarks Ask any Italian. "Where is the Sinagoga located" and he will either tell you. direct, or even walk you over to it. With a combination of all of these local (ni.dil)ilituvs and we were there,1 We thrilled at the view of the' manificent edifice—a synagogue of | grandeur on the hanks of the Tiber! River—and were awed by its ma-i jestic architecture and historic inscriptions. A couple of hours later we left—our hearts filled with pride and admiration. On Shabboa morning we were anxious to visit the Ashkenazic synagogue—or rito tedesco as the Italians call it. The ritual would be | cluser to our mode of worship. A short walk from our hotel—and a l>it of guidance from the smartly uniformed carrahinieri. we soon located the shul" on Via Balbo 35. "Is the Shul located here?" I inqured of a Sabbath attired man Who was entering the building.: Yes," he answered with a quiet, smile, "kimmit arcin"—and be my ; guest we have a Bar Mitzvah to-' day." Our emotions soared as we, heard "a Yiddish vort" and we followed him up the stairway. As we! mounted the stairs he introduced himself His name, by coincidence,! was Ashkenazi: he had once lived m Poland, and his family had shared the tragic fate of our people. The remnants that yet remained wen tHiporood in many lands and slowly rebuilding their wretched Our host had fled to Italy to • start anew Today was the proudest of all the dayi mBn "the good times.' for his only son was to Become Bar Mitzvah. "Shalom." a guten Shabbos"—• wc heard from every side as we entered the Synagogue The shamos had already put a talis in my hands—and with a quick "Baruch Haboh" had ushered me to my seat. Miriam was being escorted, meanwhile, to the women's section that wan already quite filled. "A Yiddisher Chaplain" — "Cappelj lano'*—"An Amerikanisher Rov." 11 overheard as they inquired from one another as to my identity. I caught a few smatterings of a rich Yiddish hidden between the rapid Italian dialect. Congratulations from British Jewry to B'nai B'rith on 1 anniversary are extended by Barnett Janner, M.P., the British Board of Deputies, to Philip Klutznick, ^dl dent of B'nai B'rith. Jews have always guarded the i heritage of peace and freedom, as symbolized by through organizations such as this. SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS BRANT mm I f III Mini FLORAL CREATIONS FOR ANT OCCASION 2970 S.W. 27th Avtnue. Miami Phone 13-4059 and we were molded into one. People from many lands and cultures united into a common exprc of prayer—to one G—d! The reading of the Torah provided "aliyoth" and honors to the many guests and kin who had journed from all parts of the continent to attend. It seemed as if they all knew one another—yet I found that many of them had never met before. I asked Rabbi Toaff —the Rabbi of Rome, who was seat ed at my side. "Do you know these people"'" He answered in a rich Sephardic Hebrew, "No, no, but do we have to know more than the fact that they are part of our great family?" I was no longer a stranger. The time arrived for the Bar Mitzvah to be called up to the Torah. There wasn't a sound to disturb his youthful voice as he recited the benedictions He read his portion in the Torah with case Thereafter he chanted his Haftorah with a "nigun" and in a flawless Israeli Hebrew. "A michaya." the people exclaimed—and it Ml I veritable rebirth. "Buono—buono," "Ma/el tov" came to the smiling parents upon the completion of the reading. His parents embraced him and tears flowed freely from all eyes tears of pride and joy. A Jew was born! The entire congregation was in vited to the traditional Kiddush after the services. Wc were further informed that it would be held at the "Ristorante Kasher" as they call it in Italian. It was a short walk from the Synagogue to the establishment operated by the Ten enbaum family at Via Cavour 210. The tables were filled with the usual "Bronfon" and "lekach" and The Sabbath worship progressed in a few moments "L/chaims' were being exchanged by all found that the man seated! me was the representatin Jewish Agency to Italy. from us were people u\. AJDC and other welfare i turns. I felt relaxed in pany The tinkling of a >poon| glass brought the "olam" attention and we listen Rabbi's introduction of Mitzvah. The praises were| and from the comment Ii deserving. The Bar MiU His complexion was Latit] seemed incongruous withI moment To my amazema gan his discourse %  "pil| tract in the Talmud the obligation of the tephiln. Hifluent and. Italian was interspersed 1 brew phrases and quotab the Talmudic passagesfla^ me to seize hold of the! thought thai he wove try tit intellectual bean familiar "gamorah l.i-hon] entranced until hiM When he completed even one arose to pa)' %  potts to the entire fi stood around him. A mazel-tovs filled the high decibel of audibility-] forward to congratulate. ily and felt as if I had kH for years. They represent! best in our people that j could appreciate. My wife and 1 left for] with a sense of spiritual r we came to the corner toj street we passed the ruins of the OftaM above. Here in its naTJ had witnessed — that "Am Yisroel Cbai.'• TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Mobley Garage & Service QUALITY SINCMI* nOOUCIS (Across frosa Shell's Marketi •ewer X for OMsmebites, Cadillacs, c4c. 5890 N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAML FLORIDA Greetings 1 o All MR. ami MRS. JOHN E. PORTE CMAK9KA MB— I FOSTER Electric Co., Inc. CONTRACTING ALTERATIONS SERVICE Paul Foster. Bros. 2284 W. Flaglor Street Miami Florida Phone HI 8-2671 GREETINGS K. H. Shaddi L REALTOR Sales Proper ty M anagement Mortgage Loano 2719 Ponce de Loon Bled. 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195S Je*J3hFhrkto*n ariety of Chanuka Literature Pocj*v7C Jy ^jtlEL ZIMMER hardlv a holiday in the -wish calendar about which to been said a nd written |, Yet. comparatively few Jocund its true mean*7ven familiar with tht 0 nc documents. „j be too great a task to rjnto the "in lines of this j ideas reflected in this ft interim! i to ask, "Adjust( what"*" W< ought rightly %  eour own consciences to ier w< are not the ail-too [Heltonof our own day. Bt to attack ever) introducMt-ttnelling, but alas unincen-c into >anctuary ity. %  feenu'c ceh brat* this holilouch: to think less, per. KO are participating in Und-dncd celebration of B victory el a handful of (very names most of Us Hounrc. and dream inIhow to follow their lead :the Temple within ourwe nave seen too rfaned with oils that we I lor out selves. 11 LIGHTS from Pag* 1 C •tic of Booths and intonfts customarilv recited on i Jwwho took part in (colorful and pjcturesque as were at once a reminl revival ol past glories. It '•new leader and redcem[ri<*n. like Zcrubabbel of the latter glory of greater than in the 1 if all the outcast and tUd been gathered once Wth the shelter of its Moreover th incorpoeaUon „f Ju dea in that empire had been a peaceful one. as proven by history and tradition. (Alexander upon entering Jerusalem was met by "the Righteous Simeon the* the H1 K h Pnest -and all the legend, connec, ert wrtnthat meeting are well known). After the division of Alexander, empire. Judea had first been un der the rule of the Ptolemaic dynasty (with Egypt its capital) then under the rule of the Seleukos dv nasty with its capital in Syria. During these years, Judea did not revolt, despite the fact that this in practical terms meant lack of national sovereignty which wa stricted only to local and religious autonomy. Nor did Antiochus attempt to deprive Judea of what ever autonomy she had. The revtll broke out only when Antiochus tried to deprive Judea of her faith Even this statement is not an absolute truth. What Antiochus wanted was not really complete abrogation of the Jewish faith, but adaption of its forms of worship to the then prevailing general pattern. In other countries under his rule a similar process had taken place. As proven by historical evidence, the llellen l-t-whose leader-, were notably sons of the noblest families -never aimed at what would not be called conversion. The notorious Hellenist High Priests boon and Menaloas considered themselves High Priests of Jewish faith, only "reforming" or adapting to 'modern" patterns of worship at the Jerusalem Temple. Moreover, as it appears from reading the original of the Bookat Hasmoneans, they thought they mteroslT^ "£& the national '"nsis of their peoDle hv strengthening It, „es w?th f„ r F pre and i,,K.ra,,ng Judea of ,,\ K ;:;. iorsh.n ""'^ted" forms of worship, singling ,, out f 2J *? ^low-members Objectively and politically speakng this calculation was not ££. %  artly wrong. What the Maccahcans WCT0 realy aiming a. was merely and exclustveiy the spiritual independence %  'id reedom of (;,„!People Mathathito' call had not been Who ,s or Judea let him come jy de -' to' no ona even inten d to deprive the people of Judea of its country. It was 'Who l to the Lord: 1 Thus. i n looking for a concise expression ol the true meaninj chanuka, we can hardly find one more appropriate than that contained in our old prayorbook. written by people who were nearer to that era in time and spirit: "When the wicked kingdom of Hellenis stood up against Thy people Israel to make it forget Thy law. and to make them transgress the commandments of Thy will and Thou, in Try great mercy, hast Stood by their side at their time at distress, hast fought their battle, proclaimed their judgment, taken their vengeance, hast given the strong into the hands of the weak, the many into the hands of the few. and the wicked into the hands of those who are occupied with Thy Torah." This is the true spirit of chanuka. Need we go into further analogies and comparisons with our present time? TO ALL GREETINGS JOE i.l I mm S REPAIR SHOP n ,K, L AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING 3828 N. J^WZ*,** G0 D AS !" 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(formtrly Checker CefcJ MIAMI Phone FR 4-4141 MIAMI iEACH-JE 1-3411 TO ALL GREETINGS FROM JOHN SAPERO LAWRENCE LUMBER CO. F. H. A. FINANCING 9300 N.W. 36th Avenue Phone MU 8-6571 II. L. ROBERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installations "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami, Florida 3148 S.W. 22nd Street Just What i s Halacha t o Jewry? By RABBI TIBOR STERN Simultaneously with the Written Law and scriptual guidance. Moses handed down to Israel the Oral Law, which is the ramification, the expansion and the by-laws of the Written Law. The Oral Law consists of various forms of legislation; it COntsJni protective meas-1 tam against basic violations and | preventive jurisprudence of temporary and permanent nature (un-1 df the codifications of "seyog." Takonoh. (lezcrah. Issiir. Heler. Din, Mishmercs. Masorah and | Ifinhaf). The over all application of the above mentioned ramifies-' Uoni is Halacba, 11. Jewish codes Halacha ilaw and order (it is the Deuteronomy of the Written Law). According to the Talmudic interpretation, Halacha is the essence of all Iffthnak and pre-mishnaic legal interpretations of the Written Law: it is slao the codification of all our po-t Mishnaic and i>o-t Talmudic legislation, edited in our Shulrhan Aruch. and the Response Of the duly recognized Kholari of each generation. The Halacha are the words of God spoken to Moses at Sinai. The Talmud interprets the passage of 'what God spoke" as Halacha, and the passage of "through Moses" sj Talmud, and we understand that in the phrase of "Halacha l'Moshe M'sinai" that Halacha was handed to Moses at Sinai. Halacha has remained for centuries in its oral form, handed down from teacher to disciple, from father to son, from generation to generation. The reason for the existence of both the oral and the written law as separate entities was important to estahhsh the fact that the Written Law is subject to the "Masorah," "the traditional transmittance," and it can not be amended or abridged. While the Oral Law is free for all disputable interpretations, argumentations and additions or changes, and while some opinions are discarded and rejected, nevertheless "eelu v'eelu divre elokim chaim" — "both are Divine opinions." The paramount issue to put an actual ban of studying orally the Written Law and to set in writing the Oral Law is widely discussed in the Talmud. Our sages were of the opinion that the scriptual perpetuation of the Oral Law will make Halacha a closed document, it will prevent future scholars from making amendments and changes. It will be a roadblock to progress, and it will be a general hindrance to Torah. Because Halacha means progress,, it is the "Halichos Olam." universal progress. Each interpretation of the Torah in the light of the Halacha is another step toward better human relations, more social justice, a keener and more liberal approach to human problems. If such a document would be a hbre clause, it would have lost its significance s long time ago. Only the consideration of preserving tne already existing Symbol of ancient Judaism, this Jew prepares to bless the is for having kept him and sustained him through the veal that he may light the Chanuka Menorah again. In milliom homes throughout the world, Jewry will light their own Cha ka candles this weekend to remind them of the miracle oil vial of oil—the miracle of Jewish survival and quest lor I dom throughout the ages. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA EDWARDS PRODUCE CO. halachot persuaded the rabbis to permit the writing of Oral Law. However, it has still remained as an "oral law" to be augmented and reinterpreted, because the essence of Halacha is the progressive interpretation of the "written law." Our Halacha was established through duly elected authorities, such as the Great Sanhedrin and all its branches; however, the final authorities over the enactment of each Halacha was the general public. If the measure was not accepted by popular response of practice, the sages were prohibited to enforce their rulings. Even if it %  was originally accepted and prac| ticed, but future generations could I not assume their observance, it had to be abandoned by the court. In cases where the court could not overrule the legislation of their predecessors, public resentment could abolish them. This prerogative spplies only to the "gezeroth" which are the prohibitive type of halachot. The Shulchsn Aruch and a great number of our pbst-Talmudic halachic literature wss accepted by the public not through appointed or elected authorities, but through recognition for individual scholarship, piety and authorship. The authority of the office was nearly always of a local nature while the authority of the scholar was of universal nature. It is obvious that Maimonides was not appointed to write his "Mishne Torah," Joseph Karo his Shulchan Aruch, or Rabbi Meir tsseiies his notes and minhakim; still they became the pillars of our Halacha. and the official codifiers of our religion, to be binding upon all of us. Halacha. when legally adopted, becomes the integral part of our Oral Law regardlett of the I place, the authority nrthecil stances connected with its tion. Halacha is the discip 1 expression of our faith tfl Halacha is ignored, violated! used or repudiated, a breach! the Covenant is made and | "word of God" is blasphen Halacha must he studied an derstood not only by the I but by the public It is pr impossible to be an observa i without having a fair kno I of the laws of our rituals,! j vals, the Sabbath and public) I tions. Torah without halachie| I ciples. without personal | I our laws, would be ob soon forgotten It was once i : in the "vineyard of Ya "The Torah will be forgottetj Israel if a clear Halacha and i] i Mishna will not be apparent] clarity of our Halacha largely upon the legislators | islative bodies of the Halacb Rabbis of all ages are res I to rule, to interpret and to| the Halacha It takes integrity to fulfill fearte I duties of a lawmaker, and I i public became lax in diseij their lives through Halaca cause of ignorance and ence of the law due to the' bility of the lawmakers. Our Halacha is codified W volumes, known a> the to umes of the Shulchan Ar' I'set table': 1, orach Chain.j Deah. 3) Ebtn Hoezer, 4) Mishp.it ORACH CHAIM: His ters and 4.269 Articles. U with precepts of personal Contino.d on P*f>*j GREETINGS Hollopcter & Font, I mi. REAL ESTATE SALES & RENTALS 840 S.E. 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p**mb r 9 1955 +Jel$trk>rMiin l n analysis Often Destroys Intent Ufl0 SCHWARTZ ^ peop!-who analyze "h if yo" ; "" tnirsty %  nd rSnk of *al.T and say what l *fi thin water they ", water? Just a bit of fad hvdrogen." Mention a Jthem and it's the same prove to you iff just orhvdrogen mixed maybe little'pota s ,um or sod,um 111 with (hem. there's no DO mu" c '"' eolor They ^you need to know about lojk „ the i'Manuka canft til(nil the little Chanuka ILJ^J gtowinu m the dark, 'powerful it is-an eterdioland rc.i uiance to the BtbedarkiK -"f the world ,, gU i>h the li hi of a single [said the rabbis of old. %  eatot tyrant who ever [wild still '•<• insecure as [there rema nod one candle. [me ttndle uld prove his That cue candle, said the icf old. could liht another jther and so on—until the M wicovered with a blaze Uemiracle ol the little can%  I wecelebrate <>n Chanuka. i glow of a little candle, the Jews of Modin gathered when the edict of Antiochus, mighty leader of the Syrian phalanxes, was received: "Know all though we perish. Will you fight with me. Jonathan?" "I will, father." than. replied Jona"And you, Judas?" "Father, bee, 1 have banner." lifted the | The farmers of Modin gathered around the Maccabeans and like one candle lighting another, the flame of resistance spread to other communities. When the Maccabeans drove Antiochus from the land and re-en uya the legend, The legend understates the actual fact-. The one the first Chanuka candle lit bj the Maccabeans has actually glowed through the ages The story ol the Maccabean resistance and tnPage 9 C GREETINGS... TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA itinotd from Pag* 4C i iverace Israeli: ". the [of the diaspora was no longnizahle The image and ition on this new human %  was not Hillel'a but CeafTbt Janu-imure — part m farmer technician, part I.starius (Latin: a dagger%  Masin)—was of a charilly Western stamp." IRS a misfortune," Toynbee "for both Jewry and the | that (hi>iaie let should |en the light at a moment lit might he hoped that the idcommumh of which this like youmjest member was at |ajproaching its eclipse." passage indicates how a t's mantle can becotne a bid. brae I is hut one of more 1* dozen new states that have poorn since World War II. •bee's remaining judgment the Arab-Israel conflict is startling in its unrelieved }. There an no shades of (."o referenceto the United role or to Arab declaraWwar against Israel, no bat%  Uf claim'iuNnbee declares as the lews' supreme ••to imitate some of the [wds that the Nazis had comain-t the Jews." In this [nilar extraordinary declaraToynbee. as a moraliat. men by these presents, that on and after date herein mentioned, a Pig shall be installed in the Temple at Jerusalem and all Jews shall bow down before it and anyone failing to do so or instead worshipping the Universal God shall he deemed as having commit ted treason and shall be subject to the penalties set therefore." Modin was just a little obscure town of ancient Israel. Nobody ex,crp(1 ,he Temple, they found oil pected salvation to come tmm it. enou 8 h fo one day only, but mine The Maccabean family lived there lll,,l|v|v [1 lasted a whole week. —old Mattathias was a man every one respected and his hoys. Judas and Jonathan, were sturdy young fellows, but they were farmer boj They had never mixed in politic-, or anything like that. "This edict of AotiochUf is had mph vcr th( trong an.I powerful said Mattathias. "It means the end ** %  ever Cheered the Jewish heart. of the ideals of the prophets—the V,hvn Tn(,(| dore Hcrzl envisioned concept of one God the end of ,hc re estahliahment of the Jewish Judaism—the end of the Jewish St te il wm Mtural that he should State. Antiochus has a large army, turn to ,he Menorah as a symbol, trained fighters with the finest The House of Shammai and the martial equipments—but we Jews House of Hillel, says the Talmud of Modin must fight." disputed over the question of the "But father," said Jonathan, lighting of the Chanuka candles. "Modin is but a small place—alone the House of Shammai holding that we are sure to lose." Jon the first night of Chanuka all "Yes. Jonathan." said Mattathias, of tnc candlea should be lit with "but we must hope that others will onp ,0 s on cach succeeding night. join us—but whether they join or T L he d f a hem ,hat ,he Jews not, we must raise the banner, even sh "" 1 1 look ,0 ,ne P ast as tne ,im< of his greatest grandeur. The House of Hillel held that on the first night, one candle should be lit with one being added each succeeding night until on the final night, all eight lights are burning the idea here being that the future should be looked to as the time of the greatest grandeur. Judaism kinsmen, but nevertheless adopted the Hillel view. The ChaI nuka candles look to the future— alive, with the 6.000.000 Jews who t0 the succe eding time of the tridied in crematoria and gas cham-j um P h f %  l ( ne weak and oppress• [ ed over the forces of unnghteousContinued on R. K. Cooper, Inc. 2733 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD Phone 83-4654 TO All SEASON'S GREETINGS FENIM0RE APARTMENT HOTEL 1200 EUCLID AVENUE PHONE JE 1-9681 equates 850,000 Arabs existing, to be sure, in squalor among their own This refugee comes to the United States sponsored by United Hias. As relatives welcome him to the Land of the Free, he prepares for a Chanuka such as he has never celebrated. 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,. December 9. 1955^ The Lights* of Human Rights D Page 11 C %1 JACOB LION FRIiWD L itatt principal festivals of JEetfl calendar are celebrated mincmoration of important d eventin the life of the Thus Passover marks the ^Lrsary of the very beginning X nation -the redemption of — bondage to ay Lamp of true rel^on. In cornroem |, h %  oration of this singular victory of f p -* dni m victory ova right and freedom over might ami Udaism s M"'"hlou> influence on the ihapmy Spirit, saith the Lord of hosts." in of history. It is for this reason The Greeks were at that time ha *" **** chanuka feast of the exponents of the highest Oil; 1Rh S vh Uld hc ^'^ated by ture in philosophy and the sciences U Cn rp dvUked *"**• chri! ~ but their pagan religion and pan-, a d Mohamn >cdans alike, as theon of idols differed widely "7 !" **** con!,ciencc from the Jewish teaching of ourc ''I' !" faith is highly sig niiicant that this year Chanuka starts on Dec. 10 which is Human HelRights Day. 901 SOUTH MIAMI AVE. INSURANCE FR 3-3331 TNI MIRACLE WEDGE teaching of pure Monotheism and high morals. Where Antiochus and his THE 0PINI0K3 OF HiSTORIflPJ TDYNBEE into an intellectual rarilied antiSemitlsm, however abhorrent antiContinued from Pago 9 C He full story of chanukais re( ben ,„ tnp cruc|jst cpjsodc of a „ ritd ,n I and II Maccabees of %  hihtory He recogniM ,,. lhe gui „ of Scm.t.s.n undoubtedly is to ToynApocrypna. Mere it is in snort; thc Nazis WM M)k |y am [mlvi bee. It may gain this standing, if ably theirs Yet as a historian, he unchecked, because of Tovnbce's [In the year 168 B(\ the Syrian in; Antiochus Hpiphancs held ny over Palestine. He was the I5t in history to start religious eeuiion. He turned the Temple (Jerusalem into a heathen shrine, the Jewish people were orto offer -aenfices to Zeus other Olympian gods of the iks. Those who refused to do i or ob>er\ id Jewish rites, were td or put to death. In those CkhMI his e\e> to the verifiable fact that at least a portion of the misfortune of the Arab refugees is caused by Arab leaders themselves: who exploit that plight. preeminenee—because it is interwoven with a Christian theology, a scorn of nationalism and an earnest desire for the true brotherhood of Man, all set forth with an erudition that may prove vastly appealing. If. for want of critical review and discernment, these views beOverhead Door Company of Miami, Inc. Miami 38, Florida SALE SERVICE • INSTALLATION 7111 Biscayne Boulevard Telephone PL 8-5513 GRE f T I N G S Your Local Ford Dealer HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. If the pronouncements of To\n bee the theologian prophet should pass unscrutini/ed. accepted as carefully measured historical truth, come popularized and distorted in there could be another dark legacy the course of ever-widening spread of terror the Jews produced ^ mankin( shou|d his stigmatiz hc y may be cultivated assiduously 1 ing treatment of Jews gain credby coarser hands, ultimately to be ence. it may hecome transmuted reaped as a terrible new harvest of lever cheri-h the answer of the priest Mattahias, the father like M.i to the royal repntative: "Though all' the na-. j that are under the kind's union obej him and fall away! 1 the religion of their | %  hers, yet will 1 and my children law brethren walk in the Cwveof our fathers il Massabees : 19-20>. The aged priest and his ions ippealed to their corelig%  w> throughout Palestine, ralthc faithful around them and turled the standard of revolt. '^rw years to the very day on Mi the Temple was profaned by blasphemous foe, Kislev the of the year 165 BCE, Judah •beus and his brethren triumKly entered the Holy City purified the Temple and the light during the eight s.of Dedication — Chaauka — h %  a telling reminder, year I >'r. ot tnc rekindling of the i from a theoretical anti-Judaism hale. TO OUR MANY PATRONS, FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES CHANUKA GREETINGS IRWIN GRAIN COMPANY KENDALL, FLORIDA I EEDS FERTILIZER FARM EQUIPMENT LAWN MOWERS PhH MO 1-5600 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY FLORIDA MACHINERY CORP. Contractor Equipment Woodworking and Metal working Machinery 316 S.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE PHONE 9-0647 Rebuilding their country, old and young alike p.tch into the land ThJL are the Maccabees a. the twenueth century bungback freedom to their generation-long oppress*^ ing !" J TO All 0(M MMNK AND ACWA/NfAWCES JM STAUONf Florida Seafoods. Inc. SEA/OOD AT ITS REST "far letf.f NeaM let Men JHIIW ^ *•*. lit AVENUE PHONE n 4-0*01 HOLIDAY GREETINGS Hoaser rotnpanv. lor. Eire and Casualty Insurance ^ortda Bond aad Mortgage Co. Mortgoge LOOM & Investments Hoasor Realty Co^ lac R *l Eaiota — Property Management IN


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Page J2C l^nrrkUati — TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Junez Construction Co. Genera/ Contractors :— Bflf OF 2045 NX. 151st STREET NORTH MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PHONE 816-5961 •I1FRI • 17 N. K. 7IST STRICT MIAMI. FLORIDA STRUCTURAL LONGSPANS IAR JOISTS REINFORCING MISCELLANEOUS Jafra Steel Corporation Continued from P*g 2C Aaron and David appear on rneneroth; one early 18th century silver menorab in the Friedman Collection even shows the eight oil burners flanked by two secular Jewish gabardines, of which one holds the shamosh, the other an oil jar. While sculpture in relief would be bad enough from the orthodox viewpoint, sculpture in the round was probably even a worse offense, yet it cannot be doubted that these lamps were owned, not by Reform Jews (there was no Reform Movement before 1800) but by individuals who firmly adhered to tradition. These pious men found an ingenious way out of the dilemma: by clipping off the noses of the little sculptures they made the figures incomplete and thus permissible from a religious viewpoint! EB "TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS GREENLEAF & CROSBY Tribute is paid to the heroes of World War II bv Klutznick. world president of B'nai B nth, duiinq 7 ta to Paris. From the time of the Maccabees, Jewry haT itself with peaceful dedication to human progress and! spiritual belieL JEWELERS 1000 Lincoln Road Palm Beach—247 Worth Are. There are, of course, fewer candelabrum-type menoroth in existence—only the very rich could afford them, whether they used them in their home or, as was done more frequently, donated them to their synagogue. The most out-| f lath t tnat us d to be worn onion a stlc* and giving standing Chanuka lamp of this type to be seen in America is on which TO ALL ... GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 1S3 N.E. 1st Street BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Music Air Conditioned 7 AM. to 2 AM. Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733 HARRY C. SCHWEBKE AND ASSOCIATES — LAND SURVEYORS 4841 N.W. 2nd Avenue Miami PHONE 83-1646 belonged to the philanthropist Jacob H. Schiff (1847-1920) and was given to the Jewish Museum by his daughter, Mrs. Felix M. Warburg. This unusual early 18th century silver piece has been described and photographed so often that it is sufficiently well known. I prefer to call attention, instead, to several details to be seen on large monoroth in the Friedman Collection: in a 17th century piece, made in Hamburg by a Christian silversmith, the central stem carries the figure of Judah Maccabee as a finial; a somewhat later menorah of German make is distinguished by its servant light, a man with the kind of festive occasions; a brass menorah made in Poland about 1700 by an anonymous Jewish master is topped by a bird with outstretched wings. A volume with reproductions of the most interesting Chanuka lamps found in museums, temples, and private homes all over the world would be a real contribution. Such a volume would include one of the prized possessions of the Bevis Marks Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Synagogue in the British capital. This menorah. made in England in 1712, was inspired by II Kings chapter 4, verse 1 to 7. It represents the Prophet Elijah instructing the widow in the filling of her vessels with oil. The prophet stands in a flower garden leaning P. RICHARDSON Insulation Fir.brick Tanks Trap, and Regulators 1.141 So. Alhambra Circla Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street Phone MO 1-9586 Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR APPLE and Sons LARRY and JEFFREY %  } ** of the *-** ASSOCIATED PHOTOGRAPHERS Extend Greetings for a Happy Chanuka the presence of the sons. Some menoroth are ni for historical reasons alone. | the Jewish Museum in I an 18th century Chanuu I adorned with a portrait of I Joseph II. that Hapsburg i issued the Edict of Tol which removed any of the i tional restrictions for wooden menorah was nude] Jewish ••terrorist" in the internment camp at Atlita, I tine, and is now in a South I collection. If we could only say that t century, which saw Jews in I all countries freely enter! demies and trade schools, i enced a new upsurge of religious art: Unfortun is not true. There was no I the need to turn to Gentilei as Jews now excelled ia alii and crafts, hut instead of hi new ideas into their work I tated patterns and despu i Baroque or Rococo era that I much affinity with the mathi as a curled pcrruqie or i ottes worn in the era of 1 Efforts were made in the] 'to replace the stylistic thrt by less ornate pieces. Sen sinners who were prominerti Weimar Republic transferred! tools and skills to the Holi r Today, one of ihc leading in metal there is 'he 'Yehudah Wolpert whose. simple Chanuka lamp i brass fit modern living".' our congregations could themselves ol the tajentf sculptor lik.' Bernard BosenU Dr. Benjamin Masar. president of Hebrew Univnruty. Jeruft tho^'in Sw v3P presSenl'oT^^ 0 11 ^ Moi f e V^"' ot New Cleans. X^on ofb^ .he Cf" 1 of l *? Na onal Council of Jewish Women, for her jthe artistic sensrtrtwn leadership In Council s participation in the university. I century man McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. nom f ASM TO roo 6851 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 84-4521 IriiHin' r [ TERRAZZO-TILE CONTRACTORS, INC. 15> N.E. lOtfc SHIFT Scat! See**** feck lies! MMNlfl 4-4124 UNV CHANUKA THE C. I. KISTLEfl COMPANY duPONT BUILDING MIAML FLORIDA •hsas FR 4 SI 54 l fiS*< Monthly Payment in This Area on Home Loans LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge BARNES Cast Stone Shop CAST STONIWORK TO OtOIR MANTIIS GRrtlri rlAI Modern •Wished ;nn uv Fleetwood Hotel Miami 800 West Avenue WISHES ALL HAPPY HOLIDAY GOOD V/ISHIS 1 1 HUH H2 M.W. 54A STKIT MIAMI Phene PL 9-0314 *>N>mw OPES Arties News Sundries T J r*OaMfc M C-tfeN Sateens. rf %  m '.*&*& Atm M Cease*** Uttemm m „ ;l MAOAZIMB SMOtHM W| cosMfTKs snnoeits S Ki CtfAM TO TAff HOMt „ 24 Users Daily 1444 AlTOJLIMst fITfsIM MUMV 9— MTfSMfS TO AU



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n 9. 1955 Page 13 C iir + ** %  iriJTS r 01 olWJeft on the a,end out tenth annual session one fact stosd nffai# jnay k SiWl .t_. jtlr if afii fas may put on a great M D |ic attack against State. But -actually \y one s ue on nc ^.ng upon the Israel%  fet directly—and there whatever that that |o no harm whatever to ain Uiat the Arabs i, to beat the war drums ^violently a> they could. oat of concern for the B Jeft on the agenda exploit. ihty tMH|e >sterT>nlle may be brought up here. Mr. Dulles had proposed something that Lsrael, of course accepted in principle — since Israel itself had made the same suggestion right in the General As sembly, last year. The Dulles health of the Saddle Fas. JftJ and there, an fcenal Reft *'" Kive the Arabs other opportojJUe. todiaptay their .ntl-ffi nation will be debated and the Arabs will beat the air about Israels 'failureto permit self-determination to Arabs. The Human compensation plan envisages large international loan £^^2^2? TV'" "'-' %  """ l that the Jewish State could 1 oH ? t Ara,,s wlU sound the money to compensate Ara J.L, ""' "'"' two Arab di P" iRees. If the n.n "l C „ Ar ^ lomats wert outstanding in human so use refugees. If the plan comes up peaceful atmosphere with the United States delegation, and the late Mahmoud Ami the eign cm here, in line with the Spirit.' that Egypt sent m Minister Mahmoud head the Cairo delegaf| j< well known here. mment could depend on fire a steady stream in the of Israel Gone this year of the Arab bloc's bitterLebanon's Charles Malik. given up diplomacy to sell automobiles in the Midffe was always counted p Arabs here to do a lot iting against Israel, in and season, and t.> hammer his "borne with a display of .philosophic pyrotechnics. it in a good position to relUlik. Whether he will or remains to be seen. B the only asenda item conw Israel directly — comes "the debate on the United ; Relief and Works Agency ivgtefrom Palestine, the [blot will certainly have its The representatives of the Iflivernments who keep the dd Arab retugees in hovweep bitterly over the their brethren. But they no one here. It is well here that Israel, with its i of genuine and deep confer the suffering of all peoJamore profoundly aware of fate of the Arab refuare the spielers from t Beirut and Damascus. The I till probably ask for more for UNRYVA — and will fget increased funds; after don't have to meet the |*ktch are paid out of funds by the Big Powers. They nt the money to be used I — not for resettlement refugees. Israel will cerI Nitioni JTA corr**pond*nt *n diepatched this column %  Kciuon of the opening of the IttMion of the General A — aw1I month* jgo. Wo reprint 'i column here for ooveral Commencement of tho fiitivai 1U0. significantly, [UN Humin Right* Day. In Mi* column present* a contrnt .n light of th* cK*n*. on the international >**ti Mr. Canon* column was 1 •ubiithed in Th* Jew.sn J* !" offer thi* a* a otudjr %  ""•fary h.ttory. — THI here, it is Hot even certain thai! r ights w rk ll( ^, ''"' years the such discussion would find favor s;i,m ''" %  Malik mentioned above. There is reason to believe that r,.vrt,,,ii "",'" '"""' "" Mr. Dulles would prefer to have 2* *• %  who died the cbmpensation plan labeled as I. n y a year ag0 wml ar 8"American, rather than turn it over I i ng a 2 ainst Israel in th--* Security to the United Nations; Washington Continued on Page I4C Ruasia'a V. M. Molotov stands contemplatively rverlooking the hills of "San Trancisco after his much talked about "barn•tocming" toux across the United States to attend the UN s tenth anniversary celebration there. Fresh from smiling across the tables at Geneva, and from waving his cowboy hat before farmers in America's vast west, no one could then predict "the new freese"—the Soviet stiffening at the Foreign Ministers' conference in Switzerland last month and Communism's invasion of the Near East. A San Francisco P<* c m n helps "guard" Molotov with the protection he believed he needed. M'S GREETTJfGS MB. and MRS. HE2IRYSHIEH od Family 'H. W. JTtk M 44SS4 ,*• • Mel of *• Bur *"t**ramt [ *** **• MCI4M *" *. W STSBT %  *.ROR1M *••* 4-9141 %  f ST MRU TO AU CF. WOTS A HAPPY CHANUKA Tr a A L L V caiioNET CHOCOaLATES 1M0 Avs. CMiTIHGS TO UL Hilton J. iemaVy it Air o* U7 *W. tth STKfT (0.1* TnH) SfatM Jit 7 7I Kfti ?4tJ4 SAVOY HOTEL "Open Year Around" • ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS • DOWNTOWN • NOMELIKE 2S2 N.W. Second Streot .. "THE CORNED BEEF KING" .TftartUTB Air Conditioned J MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT CHARLES FRIEDMAN, Proprietor ,.„ „ ... Phone 82-9181 2195 N. W. 12th Avenue Miami. Florid. ^i mi in J L^LHSJ i jr rr t — TrJ


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'age +JeUtncrkfcn TO ALE A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA U. S. DREDGING CO. FILLS CANALS CHANNELS 2974 N.W. N. RIVER DRIVE J. L. Knowles. Pres. Phone NE 4-0117 TO ALL... GREETINGS WEST INDIES FRUIT COMPANY 605 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Phone 82-8473 TO ALL GREETINGS GAFFNEY CONSTRUCTION, INC JOHN GAfffHY CAM NflSON 3661 W. FLAGLER STREET Phone HI 6-0377 Sad Chanuka for Soviet Jewry WNS !HHHHBHgaBfiiBBaBi& I'nited Nations .Judaism presents a dark picture in the Soviet I nion. with unhappioe*s and fear persisting among many Soviet Jew:, despite the considerable easing of Soviet policy toward Yiddish culture, it was revealed here recently in the New York Times by its correspondent Harry Schwartz, who returned recently from an extensive tour of the Soviet Union Mr Schwartz reported that Jews I he interviewed in the Soviet told him that the younger generation w.i. virtually totally ignorant of | Judaism. The lone exception was | in Tiflis. where a rabbi told him that the children were learning) Youngsters rehearse with a spiritual leader f about Judaism and that he had no the Festival of Lights which relate the tal*. liZ \* **&< fears for the future. But of the cabees and the single vial of oil-miracle of ell f !" ten cities he visited with an esti"uuoie oi Lhanulca. mated aggregate population of a I. ... ., million Jews. Mr. Schwartz reports SSKSTS ^ J • S SWePt ,hrough <"* entire ,s dubious ,f even as manias g£* f iscninui.tion and Union and SMSKSSJ 10 percent attended Yom Kmour an,,Sem,,,5m : %  Jews com-|aged from the ,„„ y io i M n y SCl three synagogues. Tiflis two. and Sl^'^'T """l b J ,n ;P h ^eloped *^ K,ev. Odessa. Lenigrad. Baku. Ros->£ ,y • of having tned to than merely .oleratd h tov and Minsk have one eacn ; murder Sov.et leaders. [leaders. At that time ^ Kharkov, a city with about 100.000 At the same time Mr Schwatti' g U,rds ul,ered anti-Jewish JtWl has no synagogue. The Kharreports that "there is now talk kov synagogue was closed when among Soviet Jews that a Yiddish the rabbi was imprisoned for allegnewspaper will soon be published" ed subversion several years ago. MURRAY'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR Mr. ana* Mrs. Maurice Samuels and Daughter, Cynthia 1712 N.W. 36th STtEET PHONE NE 5-3941 Best Wishes for Chanuka MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. .I we feel as though we live with a of the rupture of relations with IJ L "! ***** Human rights had been remi accompanied by raucous A few years previous. u citizen would have been and punished for this Exj..„ ed Jewish intellectuals repeal told me at that time that if | anti-Semitic wave increased would have to expect pog Continued from Page 13C rope around our necks." Even Israel, before the trial of the Jewamong the assimilated Jews with ish doctors, an anti-Semitic wave ALL GREETINGS!! JANES REALTY COMPANY Not Incorporated KENDALL. FLORIDA Phone MO 7-2503 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA — Phone 1303 POMPANO BEACH Phone 9815 A. W. JANES. Registered Broker TO ALL GREETINGS B. B. Leigh. Pre*. H. Goyen. Trees. Members National Food Brokers Assn. All Cod KO\ \< Kl II A LEIGH, WSC MERCHANDISE BROKERS "We Cover South Florida" P.O. Box 2210 1134 N.W. 22nd Street Miami 13. Florida Phene FR 4-3114 Architectural Millwrk 53$ N.W. list St. D..ri tinimm% The film. "The Story oi Brandeis University." now beinq made on the Brandeis campus, is here narrated by Ben Grauor. distinguished NBC radio and TV announcer. Brandeis. nonsectarian Jewish-sponsored university, is a symbol ol Jewish identification with the spirit ol the Book—the freedom ol the theme of Chanuka. here as an uncostly way of ad Arab consciences. It is easy eno to be for human rights here and forget thai millions of poor have no rights whatever] home. Of course, it i| -mle thatj Arab delegate* may be into withhi : • their'^ ittseka this yi W'MlId III' out -tronrfjj reseated here this year, I as of this moment little to I about. It niu-t be emphasittfl (the situation could change. I could change if a major I should develop again between. • East and West here. But as of ( i—the Israeli situation here is' ,der control. TO All... MOST HAfW CHANUKA VER0 BEACH ASSOCIATE INC. 1 1 At r S T A T I 933 SEYiOlD tlDC. PIMM FR 44134 HOLIDAY GREETINGS fsrrtfisaW 1*44 UN 4 3147 J* A* *** TO ALL ... A HAPPY HOLIDAY Mui SI AND COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart oi Miami 312 If. E. First Sfceet W0M1 HI 3-H71 Handbefli %  Jewelry Accessaries 7330 Cllint Ae., Miami Beach 41, Fla. Bowl Transfer Co, lnt| Trucking 1944 N.W. 7th AVEHIK FMONI F 43144 SFASON'S CmiJIHCS • V o r m a n Cilts Statteaery.Candles 334 MltACU Mall COtAi tAMIS. HA. E' eKtUINGS TO All


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n^ambexJJ^ H*b*>n€rA*kM liami Agencies Look Ahead jPage 15 C M of community surveys 'IT the everyday living pat^ fJiang and old alike was slit of discussion at the ?mcet.np f the community ISSttee of Greater Mifc jiiih Federation. R-rfh representatives present iUif Federation's major benM J agem-u-s in the fields of 'Sot. health, welfare and re !Tlong-rane planning was >*ted in a hlueprint designed T the proper development J,I* Jewish community. Irhiirman of the community Bg committee. Harold Thurpointed out that special comTE of Federation have been jing intensively in recent years ["various anarequiring planThese Included the Jewish -> for the Aged study which | to the Ahlm Memorial camn studie> in vocational serv,ai child care leading to forof the progrMBl as a de„nt of the .Jewish Family (he Federation-Hospital rtudy committee and the „uth committee. i I the field of leisure-time and fitional services, the need of wit siud> waf emphasized by jm Gale, executivt director of [Greater Miami Jewish CommuCentcr Following factors quoted areasons for an stud>: [The rapid -hilt and growth of [population haresulted in nun\ requests for services [from the Center. What l> p< ol programs are indicated? What should be the Tenter's responsibility in regard to facilities | not available for certain groupa, such as country camping? [b the face ol population PrJunge.s and growth, how does this affect the present buiki| uuj locations'' I Whit shall be the priorities of services rendered by the Center? Planning for the aged has •urned" major importance in u,, area because of the influx of older "people into the community, it was reported by Maurice Pearlstein executive director of Jewish Home for the Aged. Although some steps have been taken to deal with this problem by the Senior Citizens Division of the Welfare Planning Councrl. it was urged that Federation, through their planning com mittee should develop an over-all program for the aged, particularly non-institutional resources. Listed as a basis for develop ment of this overall program for the aged were the following: 1. A central intake bureau for the aged. 2. Foster home and board care. 3. Job placement program. 4. Day care program. A geriatric clinic and home medical and nursing care. IMW CHANUKA TO All FARM AND HOME SUPPLY CO. DuPont Paints 226 AIMER.A AVENUE. COBAL GABIES Phoile „, ..* 3T NllJ.r.f N GS CORAL GABLES INSURANCE, INC. All FORMS Of INSURANCE 113 ALMERIA AVENUE Phone 83-2555 COtAl GAJtp YACHTS AND MOTOR VESSELS*' Office Ph.„ e 82-5795 „,„,„,, phone pl um W. F. >1< ri..sL > MARINE SURVEYOR GASOLINE 4 DIESEL ENGINES 343 S.W. North River Drive P. 0. Box 1788 „. -. .. Miami, Florida Harold Thurman headed sessions ^\ Irving Cyptn kuhruth committee chairman Greater Miami residents are just beginning to learn of the child-care program unclertakenduring the past year by the Jewlib Family Service, it was reported by Albert Comanor, executive director. Here again, a better under! standing of community needmu projected so that necessary -civ ices could be developed Comanor announced that the I agency is hiring a visiting homemaker and will begin a limited fostcr home program for the aged. Thurman reported that for some time a Federation-lit. Sinai hopital committee h; been studying the health needs of the community in preparation for the new building program at the hospital Other major community programs include the kashruth question in %  which Federation is deeply interl ested and a chaplaincy service whereby chaplains are engaged to visit Jewish patients in various hospitals. Irving ("ypen heads the kashruth committee jnd Rabbi Jonah Caplan represented the Rabbinical Association requesting the chaplaincy service. In the field ot Jewish education a local education study has been authorized by Federation executive committee, according to Thurman. The Bureau's executive director. Louis Schwartzman, explained that the local survey to be conducted in April and May. 1956. is part of a national study taking place in gome i 20 of the larger Jewish conimu nities. Also under discussion was FedAeration's role in local community relations as ;i cooperative agency Since its inception 18 J Federation lias worked close!) adth 'local civic defense agencies, mcfa jas the American Jewish Commit I tee. the Anti-Defamation League, WE EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS ANI BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA THE DANIA JAI ALAI FRONTON Opening December 13th GREETINGS from JACK FISHMAN. President Bramlei i Equipment & Supply Co. INCORPORATED 800 N. E. First Ave. Miami Phone 9-0618 Equipment and Supplies for Hotels, Restaurants and Cluaa flobbi Jonah Caplan ... on kashruth group Jewish War Veterans. American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Labor Committee. Federation's planning committee expects to meet on a year-round basis and has set up a sub-committee to develop methods and procedures of operation and to highlight the specific problems which face the Jewish community day by day. Present at the Committee meeting were Thurman. Mrs. Leo Ack erman, Rabbi Caplan. Mrs. William Capland, David Catsman, Comanor, \ Bu Id Cutler. Cypen, Mr-. Joseph Duntov, Leon Epstein, Herman Feldman. dale. Dr. Morris Goodman, Leon Kaplan, Joseph Masters, Mrs. Harold Rand, Schwartaman, Isidore Bimkowitz, Pearlstein, Dr Benjamin B. Rosenberg and M. c Gettinger. CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Surfside Gulf Service Station 9401 HARDING AVENUE Phone UN 6-2324 FRANK AYLOR TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS Florida Builders Service. Inc. 100 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami. Florida Fields tensions Kovers AUTO SEAT COVERS TOPS. ETC. PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 2341 N. Miami Avenue Phone Ft 3 2389 Compliments of MR. AMD MRS. SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL GREETINGS Morris Blake—Max Schoenield Sim nd ie I ere Bar 626 SO. MIAMI AVE. MIAMI TO ALL GREETINGS Stern Electrical Engineering RCA Radioi — Television Sales and Service 5138 S.W. 8th STREET Phone HI 6-6540 4 *>* pgaaf CHANNIA **$ DRUG SHOP ** 2* AVENUf •rkae Mtff 70 All A Mn Sagpr Cfciw IRVING RATHER ARTHUR SCHAFFEL LEATHERCRAFT UPHOLSTERERS Manufacturers Designers Bars—B<>th*—Setees Cushions—Walls—Kitchen No**a REPAIRS 1140 N. MIAMI AVENUE PNONI W *S04* BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR HAPPY HOLIDAYS ALL DADE PAINTERS, Inc. 4642 W. Flogler Street Phone 83-9060 TO ALL GREETINGS Woody"s Texaco Service Lubrication Specialists — Gas Oils Batteries Tires "Service with a Smile" 470 N.W. 5th STBEET !" 3" 3 INSURANCE FOR ALL COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL REQUIREMENTS Phono FR 3-5761 901 N.E. 2nd AVE. HOL/DA7 GHtETINGS 70 All Uncle Eric's Happy Town The Store Where the Uinsual is Usual lm#erted one Domestic 7oys 2*00 PONCE DE LEON BUD., COtAl CABLES PHONE HI 4-5470



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Page 16 C *Jewl$ti n&rkflan Pride Compliments of the Season MIAMI fl nl C0RAl GABLE$ 141 E. Flagler V III 't\ 256 Mirotle MM* Ph. FI 44115 ^CA/U^ n. turn THE SHOES YOU'VE KNOWN AND LOVED fOK YiAMS HOLIDAY GREETINGS VOGUE Laundry and Cleaner* PHONE JE 1-1721 The Best For Less Office and Plant 1425 20th Street MIAMI BEACH GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. 50 West Flagler Street 1733 Alton Rood 545 W. Flagler Street Telephone JE 8-4134 JE 8-2737 Telephone FR 3-4743 To My Many friends and Acquaintances James McRae ? A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA 1774 Northwest North River Drive PACKER PONTIAC (formerly Trail Pontiac) 665 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI, PIORIDA GREETINGS Reg's Appliances "T* %  he *nt, u irt w t s r i %  • %  ••s t12440 Ni. 7th AVENUE PHONE PL 7-7767 FINE CARS FINE SERVICE Phone 9-4576 Ask for Ceo. Burney III ITIIf I I AMERICAN CHEMICAL COMPANY SANITARY and JANITOR SUPPLIES INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS 277 WEST FLAGIER STREET PHONE 9 1802 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY To Jewry Everywhere "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associate* 311 A M I I 11 O \ I O If GREETINGS MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCIS MIAMI I To All ... A Most Happy Chanuka MACK CONSTRUCTION CO. | 44*2 $.W. 8th STREET ^ m ^ MAX STEIN, BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA Joseph M. Rose fST ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH iffl GREETINGS Weaver Rexall Drug Stores 744 N.E. 2nd Ave., Ph. FR 3-4665 567 N.W. 62nd St. Ph. PL 7-1202 1701 Coral Way Ph. HI 6-7621 5901 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 84-3414 5725 Bird Road Ph. MO 1-6691 A HAPPY CHAUUKA 10 ALL OUR HIENDS AND PATROL North America] AIRLINES 1635 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Phone JE 8-4444 239 E. Flagler St Miami Phone 3-8321 ALUMINUM — WROUGHT IRON MADE AND INSTALLED BY • CARUSO IRON WORKS Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work! Rear oi Aviation Building 3240 N.W. 27th AVE. PHONE NE GREETINGS EIFIEll'S CAMERA SHOP 503 LINCOLN ROAD 1339 BISCAYNE BLVD. Phone JE 1-3451 Phone 9-8556 A LARGE VARIETY OF ENTREES TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETE $100 DINNERS and up CHANUKA GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Try Our Fmoui Whipped Cre.m I T Y LEFTS RESTAURANTS : %  %  r i raw '• Opwi ?< Hou- Open S>' II HllT PARKING • AIR CONDITIONED 1S60 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY C0RAI TO ALL GREETINGS Bash Distributing Co. T. T. BUSH PHONOGRAPHS 286 N.W. 29th Street Phone FR 3-4623 onnmos,. •. W. Sitonsea and M.ll.rJ $. p.,,,1 #l COPIAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO. 3120 N.E. Ui AVENUE PH0||| ^ Whaltsml* Numkina fixtures ri 9 as Beaytyw.r, HmmUmt fhfr.t flj„ MM Fixf.r.i To All Chanuka Greetings Smmahime B+tmmtfi SaUi 550 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-1624 A Happy Chanuka To All Our Friends and Patrons | Parham's Restaurant OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 7301 COLLINS AVENUE Maurice E. Kerr room mutt muns A mosr HAPPY CHAHW Mr. SpMtmNit h ••* ~* taW p^oHl *' S.E. 2nd AVENUE


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Miami, Fla
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December 9, 1955

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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0A MNORAHS WILL GLITTER BRIGHTLY FRIDAY WINING AS FIRST CANDLES ARE LIT
lewiislb-IEIIiDiciidliiaun
,29-Number 49 _
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florido, Friday, December 9, 1955"
Price 20
nJta miracle in the middle of Rummer." That's how
Dickenstein, president of American Israel Corpora-
[jlesciibes the recent discovery of oil in Israel. Here he
ia traditional Menorah containing the first oil from the
(well in the Jewish State.
US AND THE flAST OF LIGHTS
OMINOUS KEYWORD 'COMPROMISE'
Israelis Skeptical of Reported
Arab Peace Moves But Nerve
War Engulfs World Capitals
NEW YORK (TA) The State "I [srael, inured through years of bitter experience to a "war of
nerves," braced itself this week for what appeared to be a new gambit -the "peace of nerves." All we.
from sources in Washington, London and Cairo, came reports that peace was closer than ever, that sub-
stantial progress toward negotiations were being made, that mediators were coming forward in drove,.
The proposed mediators included the United Suites. Great Britain. Yugoslavia, Burma, India and Iran.
The ominous keyword in the reports was "compromise." This compromise apparently referred to the
cession by Israel of territory which -he now holds. And the cession is evidently to be agreed to before ne-
gotiations even begin. In return lor the cession ol territory, in the Israeli view, all that was to be gained
was a grudging, and verj probablj temporary, recognition of the truncated State's existence.
The principal points of emanation for the new line were London and Washington. In London, where
S r Anthony Eden delivered a -peech some weeks ago in which he alluded, to the attendant applause of
the Arab world, to a compromise between the armistice lines of 1949 which mark Israel's present boun-
daries and the 1!)47 United Nation- resolution which would have set up an Arab Palestine in much of that
same territory, a discreet curtain of silence was rung down on exactly what would be involved.
mificance of Chanuka
istival is Deep-Rooted
In Ancient Jewish Lore
i l HARRY CUSHINC
ttandreds of years the pray-
Hliturgy of the Jewish home
lljugngue ha\c united Jews in
Mows land- ol their disper-
|fte several anthological col-
s-the Siddur. the Machzor,
[hsover H lah and the
1 liturgical compilations
spiritual bonds for Jews
limited, as compared
festivals, the liturgy of
kis a fascinating back-
lndhi-tor> Not unlike the
HHebrew liturgy, the prayers
F^a originate in the Bible
ML
story of the events
IWup to Chanuka is found
'First Book ol Maccabees in
[Apocrypha Another source
"J> popular tor many centu-
M* a special scroll known as
I'lit Hachashmonaim" or
~ Antiochus n is believed
'been written originally in ,
il!nd *as later translated
*. During the Middle
,u"s megillah was read in
[** European synagogues
**** M the Cook of Esther
|Piirim. Today, it is still
1* Part of the Chanuka
'Wong the Yemenite Jews.
'"tillah was first printed in
^inutd on pag# 12 B
New UN Commemorative
stamp will mark Human Rights
Day, Dec. 10, and the seventh
anniversary of the General As-
sembly's approval ol the Uni-
versal Declaration of Human
Rights. The stamp will be is-
sued Dec. 9, significantly, im-,
mediately prior to the lighting
of the first Chanuka candle Fri-1
day night.________________
In ascending order of eminence, ?"
the three British spokesmen who
refused to be pinned down on just
what territorial concessions by Is-
rael were envisaged were Foreign
t ndersecretary Lord John Hope.
FoteigO Secretary Harold Maunil-
Ian and Prime Minister F.den him-
-eli Pressed for replies in the
House of Commons, Sir Anthony-
refused to offer a definition, Mr.
Macmillan evaded direct replies on
boundaries, arms aid and the effect
of the Bagdad pact, and Lord Hope
could not say just how many Cen-
turion tanks had gone from Eng-
land to Egypt or even, for that mat-
ter how many had been ordered.
In Washington. Secretary of State,
John Foster Dulles told press |
conference that Israel's arms re-
quesl WSI under study at the Dc-
fensa Department, and he had not
yet had any report from that quar-
ter He remained adamant, under
questioning. OD one point. That
was, that despite any seeming evi-
dence to contrary, the C S. still
held the initiative in the Middle
Bast The long haul." said the
Secretar) of state, is better than
'emergency operations." Official
sources, however, were quick to
point out thai Mr Dulles' statement
Israel's amis list gave no clue
whatever as to when or if we '''
quest would be granted. After the
'military authorities have decided
on matters of price and availability,
the State Department will decide
on approval of the list, or any part
of it.
State Department spokesman
Lincoln White, later in the week,
told newsmen that "goodwill ex-
ited on both sides in the Israel-
Arab dispute and that a peaceful
solution to the question is devoutly
Continued on PS 2 A_____
SUGGESTS THINGS MAY GET WORSE
Sharett Reveals Israel Prepared
for Adjustments-Not Cession
SPECIAL
WASHINGTONIsrael will make no territorial concession as the
price for peace in the Middle East.
This is what Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett told Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles this week.
Mr. Sharett, however, said that his government is interested in
peace above all things and would be willing to discuss boundary
'adjustment.''
Mr. Sharett spoke with Mr. Dulles for one and a half hours Tuesday.
He said it was "probably'' his last call on the secretary before flying
back to Israel late Wednesday. According to the Israel Foreign Min-
ister, he "got the impression" that his government's plea for U.S. arms
Continued on Pago 2 A
}SSHm woMOMTf alms who wm**un*M^
9e Revision of War Compensation Bill
ta*.. ,___. f $10,000 which, as enemy
(jgWON Two
^J^honjMh*
w<*k called on the
Jmppnsat.. former al-
*W Nail persecution.
td,!!*' Amt'ri '* to their proper-
*;* basis as other
mittn, They, asked
Ef^rat.on-approved
F* 2227 be amesAsT
to include as eligible claimants
those former aliens who wtre
Naxi persecutors
The Senate bill, amendment which was requested by the Am-
erican Jewish Committee and the
American Jewish Coogres*. eon-
tains two basic provisions i
first would permit German citi-
zens to reclaim their P^a^ .
posits in the US. to the limit
i tnnno which, as enemy alien
B3s:g=j2
of ,L would be compen-
up to $10,000 per individual.
Aaainst the background of the Negev, which he recently visit-
ed Walter P. Reuther, president of the CIO. calls for American
action to saieguard Israel, "the symbol ol human progress-
The American labor leader is shown addressing the 32nd
annual convention of the Israel Histadrut campaign in New
York Seated is Isaac Hamlin, chairman ol the campaigns
executive committee.


aVaa/^/lpr**El/7
Israelis Skeptical of Arab Peace Moves; Nerve War On
Continued from Page 1 A
desired on all sides He could not
ie pinned down on just how closely
JJ.S. follow^ Prme. M*niUT
;n's reference to ferfttoTflf
t^npromise by Israel. Most sources
were inclined to think that both
countries did have some such thing
in mind, but noted at the same time
that while Eden mentioned 1947 as
;i base year. Mr. Dulles had avoided
>uch reference in his address ofl
the subject last August.
The Israeli misgivings on all
these developments were clearly
enunciated in Washington. I-ondon
and Jerusalem. Foreign Minister
Mt>ai>e Soar*l>. spiaking^n \lf>h
ingtrfn. twrYed ti,> report inbm
Cairo on positive V'actiorL- to tfc.'
peace talk: "I have read today in
the American press a dispatch from
Cairo which, drawing its inspira-
tion from British sources, conjures
up most alluring prospects of an
early peace in the Middle Y.w-\.
I \wll not fall into this trap
laid in the name of peace Israel
will not submit to amputation "
Referring to reports that the
Nege onsidered expendable
tin M.m | llljlf "iMf fn
BUrrcn fcnaiKle his as its apex a.most valu-
*able asset for Israel, which we
would never dream of giving up. It
is the port of EJath. our gateway
to the Red Sea. the Indian Ocean.
the ^ea of the Far East. It is con-
ceivable that any country in the
world would willingly give up its
I access to the sea?"
Unique Membership Drive
Benjamin Appel. chairman of the
i member-hip committee of Miami
| Beach Israel Zionist District.
Wednesday announced that the
I
Rabbis Will Honor Dr. Jacob Kaplan
Reception will be held in the
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
I.ehrman. 2925 Flamingo dr., on
Monday evening. Dec. 12. when Dr
Jacob H. Kaplan, honorary life
president of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami, will be
honored prior to his 81st birthday
The Rabbinical Association will
-ndow the Jacob and Adel Kaplan
.scholarship, which is presented by
the Bureau of Jewish Fducation to
the outstanding Hebrew student of
the year.
Elections will also be held for
the positions of president and sec-
retary-treasurer of the Rabhinu ft]
\>sociation. Incumbent officers
are Rabbi Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-EI, president, and Rabbi Ai-
red Waxman. m Temple Zion, sec
retarytreasurer
Rabbinical Association of Great-
er Miami has 23 members repre-
senting the Orthodox. Conservative.
Liberal and Reform congregations
in the Greater Miami area. Meet-
ings are held on the first Wed-
nesday of every month.
Bialik Branch Chanuka
Party Dae Wednesday bre
Bialik Branch of Farband will
have a Chanuka celebration
Wednesday evening. Dec. 14, at
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Rev Abraham Seif will light the
Chanuka Menorah Program will in-
clude Dr Isaac I'nterman. with
Clara 1-ang-ner giving Chanuka
readings.
Beryl Morrison will preside
Israel OK's Adjustment-But Not Cession
Continued from Pig* | A
- "under very active COnafderattOR."
Sharett told Dullca thai he mm nrpriaad m the -wave of ooU-
m about Middle East peace which hat been reported m Washing-
London and Cairo.
"U anything. Sharett laid, there is "i.......ibiUty of things gettioa
worse He -.,, i there are "varioua elements iodtcating this, pointing
:il':,ll> '' quiattion oi 80 million dollars worth of runs
plants and submarines from Czechoslovakia Via Moscow
In discussing boundary adjustments. sharett made a firm stand
on the difference between adjustment and cession of territory.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36871-A
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it i' intj l loi Ida .
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him ni,. the
rftcaa iii i in- Count) Courthouse
i'ii- County, i"i..ii'!.i within i-itiit
irvntlm rr.'in the teti ( th.-
"ail..ii hereof >.. rl
" i.....ntasta ih<- legal nil -
..: the l.i'in int ami to b<
ml i ni.-.i as / reaald, oi
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No 36728-A
In ; \ I I .1-
SOPHIE ROTH. I., -.i-i.i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti. All Creditor! anil All Pereafla Hav-
ing < Manns or I >*-iiimiIm AcainM S.ud

fov, and i-h of \ihi arr Ii
otlflefj and required to araeeat any
laims .iii.i damajada wbfcli v..u. or
either 'r aajadnat the
estate of BOPH1E KoTll, daeaaaad
if Dade County. Florida, t" Dm
aunt) Judgai i.f i m.i.
I County, an .1!. in Iii tin i lourthou
I * ;.n moat ha from tin data of tha
(irt iniMI.atii.il hereof Said rial mi
at lamajida t" nt- in i!.. laajaj a.i-
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Orthodox Women's
Council Installation
Scheduled Dec. 14
Council of Orthodox Jewish Sis-
terhoods will hold a winter con-
ference and instillation of officers
on Dec 14. at the Sterling hotel.
The business session will start at
10 30 am. with Mrs Simon April
j presiding.
Mrs. Frances I'llian is chairman
of the nominating committee. Rab-
bi S. T. Swirsky. spiritual leader
of Beth El Congregation, will in-
stall officers. A symposium en-
titled "The Role of the Jewish
Woman in the Home. Synagogue
and Community" will be presented
by Mrs Jacob Katz. Knesseth Israel
Congregation; Mrs. Joseph Schwad-,
i "ii Miami Hebrew School and
Congragatioo; and Mrs. Ed Schlus-1
ser. of Beth El Congregation.
Mrs Joseph Rackovsky. of Beth j
Tfilah. will speak on current I
nts Mrs. Louis Makovsky will
speak on "Pointer's for Chairmen."
Women of bfMOtal Israel Congre- \
gation and Agudath Israel Hebrew
Institute will participate in the tra
iditional Chanuka ceremony.
i iintor Maurice Mamches will
render a musical program. Mrs.
Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, will give the invocation. Mrs.
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky is program
chairman. Mrs. Max Rappaport and
Mrs Ksther Lcrman are in charge
of reservations.
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Israel Dedicates Mew Religious School and Chanel
F* Miami dedicated from 1935 until his passing in lJUn r
>*?iructed Rabbi Col-
r1 'STrf li8io schoo,
Kh KaP^n Chapel
'iium at a sem-in-
FjSS Sunday night.
-.booi w named !n
P^j Tpmoe Israel
ien-
fed Temple
passing in 1JM9.
Rabbi Zwitman served as Chaplain
in the Armed Forces of the United
States during World War n. He
had been named an outstanding
citizen of Dade county.
The chapel has been dedicated
in honor of Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, i
who came to Miami in 1926 and'<|
who is now Rabbi Emeritus of!
Temple Israel and the dean of the
Florida rabbinate.
The buildings, costing more than
one-half million dollars, were de-
signed by Percival Goodman of
New York and Irving Korach of
Miami. They include 23 large air
conditioned and heated classrooms
and chapel for 250 people, which
opens into the auditorium for a
full capacity of 800.
During the High Holy Days, the
auditorium will be used for addi-
tional services to those in the main
sanctuary which was built in 1927.
The structure also includes two
large-patios and gardens for social de(llca,in Uea in the future "
Club Sponsors Donee
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will be sponsored by Amity 28 of
the Town Branch of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
on Saturday evening, Dec. 3, at 450
SW 16th ave.
and aesthetic purposes.
At dedicatory exercises. Rabbi
Dr. Joseph R. Narot led the con
gregation in a Service of Dedica-
tion and indicated the larger mean-
ing of the ceremony. Pointing out
that "Rabbi Zwitman and Rabbi
Kaplan had already dedicated these
President of Temple Israel. Hen-
ry E. Wolff, presented citations to
Sam Resnick, chairman of the
building committee. Sam C. Lcv-
enson and Dan B. Ruskin. co-chair-
men of the fund raising commit-
tee, and William D. Singer, under
whose administration the building
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A Book of Dedication was pre-
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congregation history and the peo-
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Mrs. Miriam Kobley, president of
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The committee in charge of the
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Albert H. Hirsch, Max Holtsberg,
Albert I. Jacobs, Aaron M. Kanner,
Morris Klass, Mrs. Miriam Kobley.
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Friday, December 9, 1955
Volume 29 Number 49
Kislev 24. 5716
The Feast of the Lights Henrietta Szold Day Dec. 12
ChanukaFeast of the Lightswill be ush-
ered in with the kindling and blessing of the
first candle on Friday evening. Throughout the
world, Jewry will mark this ancient celebration
as they sing praises to a tradition of freedom
which is the hallmark of Judaism.
In a sense. Chanuka commemorates his-
tory's first uprising in behalf of religious liberty.
Meaning "dedication" in Hebrew, Chanuka
symbolizes the ancient Maccabees who. over
Iwo thousand years ago. defied the Greek-
Syrian tyrant Antiochus and. under the leader-
ship of Mbttathias, led their people in a vic-
torious war against the pagans.
Reconsecration of the desecrated Temple
followed the Maccabee triumph. According to
the historic leaend, oil for the Ner Tamid
apparently sufficient for only one daylasted
eight full days. Thus, the miracle of Chanuka:
a period of dedication over a period of eight
days.
In our own time. Chanuka has come to
symbolize Jewish aspirations for peace and
freedom. This year, the Feast of the Lights is
particularly significant. For men everywhere
are today engaged in a great struggle dedi-
cated to the proposition that humanity can and
thall determine its own destiny.
Two giant forces East and Weststand
poised in opposing ideology. Which shall pre-
vail? This is the question that has tormented us
ell since the last great war ten years ago to
put an end to tyranny, strife and human divi-
sion.
No less is the enduring of the young State
cf Israel a pivotal question for Jewish communi-
les throughout the world, that look toward this
republic as the fulfillment of their centuries-long
dream. For. as East and West are opposed, so,
too. are Israel's enemies opposed to her conti-
nued existence.
As current history unfolds, it seems more
end more likely that Israel shall once again be
the around on which is answered the question
of peace versus strife, of liberty versus subju-
gation. For Israel's security is no longer a mat-
ter of immediate interest to Jewry, alone, but to
free peoples everywhere. The trend of the times
is for the East-West conflict to focus on that an-
cient land from which Israel, her people and
>.er ideals once issued for to challenge human
intelligence.
Thus, the advent of Chanuka this year em-
phasizes mightily the destiny of our age. Per-
haps Chanukaitself agelessunderscores a
single lesson: the principles of peace and free-
dom are such that they need to be reconguered
by every generation.
Temple Israel Moves Ahead
Temple Israel of Miami dedicated its new
facilities at ceremonies last Sunday evening.
The new facilities include the Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman religious school. Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan Chapel and the new auditorium.
Quietly, and with little notice among mem-
bers of the general Jewish community. Temple
Israel has achieved a great task in a very short
period of time.
The latest Temple Israel achievement is
commensurate with the tone of dignity accord-
ing to which its congregation has functioned
throughout the years.
The new additions to Temple Israel repre-
sent not only remarkable progress for the Tem-
ple, itself, but also for the Greater Miami area
at large.
In a dedicatory address, Dr. Joseph Narot.
spiritual leader, indicated that the new facilities
^ are a tribute to the two men whose names grace
* them and that the construction of the new religi-
ous school and chapel are but an external ex-
pression of the achievement long ago accom-
plished by the late Rabbi Zwitman and by Dr.
Kaplan, Temple Israel's rabbi emeritus.
Thus, Temple Israel continues the Jewish
tradition of attainment by word and deedwith
little fanfare but with great effectiveness.
SHoS
GLOBAL
flashes utom the near east
TUNIS (JTA>-A demonstration of unemn,
nearby town of La Goulette turned into an 17,^ M<*
demonstrators demolished the bakery of Aih! .ewish io
anti-Zionist conference was held here recem?v ?"**'*
country of Ahmed Hsssen el Bakoun. S d"n" U,
tian Premier Nasser. Although the pari1 n^^m
been a success. M. Bakouri succeeded in crL not PW
forjhe distribution of Egyptian ^,1^^^
Tunis.
Hadassah groups in Greater Miami will
celebrate the birthday of the late Henrietta
Szold on Monday. Dec. 12. The woman's Zion-
ist Organization of America will pay tribute to
the founder of Hadassah and to the long record
of Hadassah achievement here since its incep-
tion.
Throughout the years, Hadasah has been
a strong Zionist force in the United States. With
almost no exception, this organization has
moved to meet every exigency of Zionist need
and to fulfill that need in conjunction with ZOA.
Today, with the establishment of the State
of Israel a noble achievement and conclusive
fact, Hadassah continues forward without hesi-
tation of purpose, guarding the chalice of Jewish
freedom in the Near East it helped found.
No visitor to the Jewish State today can
leave without havinq seen unmistakable evi-
dence of Hadassah accomplishment there. A
principal project in Israel has been Hadassah's
Medical Organizationa group devoted to
healing the physical and spiritual ills of weary
but happy people who must occasionally take
time out from their constructive labors for medi-
cal assistance.
With so many years of achievement behind
it, Hadassah may well salute on Monday the
birthday of Henrietta Szojd and applaud the
vision of this woman brought to fruition by
countless Hadassah members across our na-
tion.
Proud of Their Achievement
The second annual teen age conclave of
youth representatives from thirty-five clubs
throughout Dade county will take place here on
Sunday. The clubs are under the sponsorship
of the Greater Miami Jewish Center.
The Center is to be congratulated for the role
it has been assuming in the leisure-time activity
of the Greater Miami area. Its programs are
geared for all age levels, and youth groups are
no exception.
Last year. Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center's teen age clubs undertook 147 different
community projects, with hundreds of young-
sters participating. These projects included fund
raising, repairing toys, entertaining patients at
hospitals, volunteer office work and assistance
in community-wide philanthropy drives.
Over one thousand teen agers are now
affiliated with clubs under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, car-
rying out a weekly program of activities with
competent professional guidance. These young
people can be proud of their achievement and
honestly proclaim the slogan that has made
the theme of this year's conclave meeting Sun-
day: "Today's Teen AgersTomorrow's
Leaders."
CASABLANCA (JTAV-Two Moroccan Jewish u T
by Sultan Ben Youssef among a number of KeSS"
summoned for consultations on the formation ^r "*
The Jews were: Jacques D.h.n. secmTr ^ra, 7'
Moroccan Jewish Deputies, and Meyer ToledamT
Moroccan Committee of the World Jewish Con* WCTel
audience. M Dahan issued a statement reporting thi ,!*
pledged that the Jews would be citizens with full rSS.
will be represented in the government. 'isnuaa
TUNIS (JTA>Andre Barouch. prominent Tunisian
sonality and editor of a daily French language newscast'
was elected a member of the national council of the n?ti
Destour Party at a congress of the movement held at Sfaxi
ed here. At one time, M. Barouch was banished from
southern part of the country because of the aid he gave ti
movement.
ON THE AMERICAN SCENE
MONTREAL (JTA>The Canadian Government vent a
to Washington last week to pick up Israel Foreign .'
Sharett for an official visit to Canada, it was announced
plane arrived at Montreal, and Mr Sharett addressed an
meeting there. He also conferred with Canadian Jevfat lea
boarding the 'government plane for a trip to Ottawa In
conferred with Prime Minister Louis St Laurent and Lester j
Minister for External Affairs.
WASHINGTON (JTA)Speaking on behalf of organii
the United States, Rabbi Abraham J Feldman. president
gogue Council of America, told the Senate immigration su
that the McCarran-WaJter Immigration Act i> "immersi
feeling." He advocated a substitute for the "racist formuli
the immigration quota on the basis of the U.S. pop
1920. Testifying before the committee, Rabbi Feldman
"most serious shortcoming" of the immigration law is the
the national origins quota system.
CHICAGO More than half of the colleges in tl
have difficulty finding jobs for students because of race.
national origin, it was revealed here at a conference of
Committee on Discrimination in Higher Education whose
investigation of "Problems and Prospects of Equality of (
in the Light of Increasing Enrollments The job situation
ed in a seven-state survey of college placement offices in 111]
Indiana. Michigan. Minnesota. Ohio and Wisconsin.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)Bitter attacks against Ah
reel's delegate to the United Nations, featured long spe
by Arab representatives debating the Arab refugee probl
General Assembly's special political committee ^hlleMM
most of the Arab fire, some of the barbs were also directed j
Minister Moshe Sharett and Premier David Ben Gurion
speakers included Victor Khouri of Lebanon, and Monai
Jamah of Iraq.
NEWS IN EUROPE'S CAPITALS
CHANVKA-Story Still Being fnocfed...
NUREMBERG (JTA)A judge in Beyrouth has issued!
for the arrest of Ernst Vollrath. a pharmacist at.nearby a
and former county leader of the Nazi party at Meuhiniu
ingia He is charged with attempted manslaughter oecaiw.
ing to set the Meuhlhausen synagogue afire during
1938 pogroms, he fired two shots at the then rabbi ot me
Jewish Community, Moses Rosenau. ____
BONN (JTA)-Long awaited improvements in, the Gen
Indemnification Law for individual victims of *'sn, ^i
threatened by the latest action of the Upper House o J
man Parliament. The Federal Council, reviewingjrai i
to the law, has rejected an amendment whichwould ^
benefits of the law to victims-many Jews --w Ik
dents of territory now incorporated within East^
Council recommended 74 changes in the government
ment measure. ^rioal
BRUSSELS (JTAV-Queen Elizabeth was the pnne p
annual gala of the Belgian Friends of Youth A i>ab
the Theatre de la Monnaie. The Queen is senior pa ^
tion. which was attended by Israel M'"*^ "na
well a. by the Ambassadors of India Argcntinaln i
the Ministers of Turkey and Denmark^This years
tion of the Darius Milhaud cpera, ^Davio^_______
BERNE shipment of arms to Israel and the Arab Jn author,
tion is alroady authorized by Swiss Governn. ^
government decided Nov. 8 to grant no new ^ ^
Swiss arms to the Middle East. The present dec. ^ ,
was taken "to avoid breaches of M"tJ f()r the time
ports under existing contracts could continue
LATEST WUtiS HtO* ISMtt.
nirion char8ffl
JERUSALEM (JTA>-Premier gjjW Bg ^
that both Britain and the Soviet Union. y of the jei
were following policies dangerous to tne ^h
Addressing Parliament. Mr Ben Gunon^ w*
selling arms to Egypt which would be use f s poUj
Britain and the Soviet Union aro aware ot ^^ ,s
he added, stressing that the goal of the fcP
lation of Israel."


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r 9, 1955
**faflferAIib/7
Workmen's Circle Joins in Local Israel
!""! **. *m Coordinator
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livision of the
<\ now here to co-
.- ^,.
(',,,u"1""1 Wort to so'i s ,, f lWTkmcns Circle- ~
i Band., ulIh vvini';,' s;!,'; ,,rd,na,e ,hc,r **
nntumaljilreetor of the Youth and i S,ern ** scheduled to bo the
Pfincipal .speaker at-a Thrrfwlay
Student*; Procarvl "IKh,1r1alI>' ff,r & at the Eduea-
**iMcnT5 i resent V"nal 'vcpum-25 Washington ave
-Miami Beach.
Chcntka Story
: Th,nl I*** vlutlent- ,,f
Hebrew Academy will present
"< joined the staff of the Work-
, mens Circle in 1938 as director of
the New York City Youth Division.
Chanuka playlet' muti."^ He* graduated from Long bland
..a,,,,,:,-,":.:',!...''If' ",v,.,!"v ;;!' *wM.iu*i
Jrom New York I niversity.
Hauma" Thursday afternoon. Dec.
IS, In the Academy auditorium.
The playlet, written DJ Mr- Es-
ther Pencil, Academy Instructor
Stern has been vice president of
the .Icwish Labor Committee since
He has been a member of
Lew headquarters for the Mount Sinai hospital develop-
Ej Dan B. Rusk in points out the island location of the
||os'i':al structure to Jacob Sher (center), treasurer of the
board of trustees and member of the development
cutive committee, and Dr. Morris Goodman, hospital
I and member of the Fund executive committee.
lily Pitches in to Bring Story
[Of New Mt. Sinai Site to Miamians
r Miamians and the thou-|
[tourists who make this
,1inter home or vacation
tab week invited to
Jthe detaiN about the new
hospital to be erected next
Collins bland. Miami
jacent tu the present hos-
ation was personally ex-
rDanB. Ru-km. chairman
I Sinai hospitals develop-
ed hospital trustee, as
I phase of the campaign
,000,000 to build the new
The latent announced
111.775.000 for the fund
was officially begun
Itonvenience of the gen-
, the huge model of the
has been placed on
I the second floor lobby of
mile National Bank of
Raskin said. "As
tservice, the development
I also et up headquarters
Land Alton rd., two blocks
p the present hospital and
Hand site "
(ions concerning plans
i lew hospital are being
lathe new headquarter'*
jjKwdmg to Mr. Ruskin.
pnls are on display show-
Jfloor plans, artist's sketches
features of the pro-
Pital.
I wonderful community
Ibve ever seen for a single
Naifs me way the in-
** shown in the new
i hopital was described
V by Max Orovitx, hos-
Bt.
lfiM place, contributors
lot their personal funds
hat I have rarely
In the lecond place,
"lions in services and
to conduct the fund
!*Paisn ha\e been in-
'M<1 inspiring."' Orovitz
'PParent that the beau-
K*J0U8h'y functional hos-
J?*1 v our architects has
,* "damnation and emo-
*<< fwrj one who has
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come in contact with the project."
Orovitz added that "headquar-
ters at 41st st. and Alton rd. are
being provided without charge" by
Dr. D. Ward White and that office
equipment and furniture are being
loaned for fund use at no expense
'We are grateful to the E. B.
Elliott Advertising Company for
the large overhead office sign they
prepared and installed as a prac-
tical gift to the campaign effort."
Orovitz said. "This aid has been
in addition to the skilled services
of the Harris and Whitebrook ad
vertising agency who have put to-
gether our award winning cam-
paign literature."
Orovitz pointed out that through
such cooperation on the part of
the businessmen in the Greater Mi-
ami area "our fund drive has been
able to maintain a consistently
high standard of quality at the
least cost
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heroes and heroines Party. Jewish War Veterans. Amer-
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William Stern
connected with the Chanuka story.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal, will introduce the program.
Participating will be Shereen
Dear, Carol Esterman, Philip
Genet. Thomas Goldring, Arlene
ican Labor ORT and the National
Association of Jewish Center
Workers.
Joseph Duntov, district secretary
of the Workmen's Circle for the
six Southern states, is working
with Stern to stimulate Israel Bond
lircenberg, Jonathan Kaplan, Ran-!sa,es among members of Work
dy Makovsky. Heidi Penrhan<.kv ^n's Circle Branches 692, 699 and
Heidi Pcnchansky,
Michael Robinowitz, Lee Rosen-
house, Joel Solkoff, Miriam Weiss,
Jacqueline Wohlfarth, Robert As-
tor and Margaret Rapaport.
1050. He was to be chairman of the
Thursday rally.
A goal of S150.000 in Israel Bond
sales by the three branches was
announced by Duntov.
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Rabbi lean Kronish
Beth Sholom Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
At Hollywood
On Saturday evening. Dec 10.
(if Temple Beth Sholom
i jiiiher for ;i Chanuka dinner
nl the Hollywood Beach hotel.
The dinner will mark the 13th
aiversarj oi Beth sholom. and
the theme of the dinner program
will be "The Beth Sholom Bar
van (elehration Candlelight
m ligioiM pageant will be presented
Children who were horn 13
years ago when Beth Sholom was
born.
Thirteen years ago. Beth Sholom
in its congregational career at
7'il 4Nt st Born in the midst
i i war. the congregation ch<
iti name "Mouse of Peace With
coming Of V E Day and V-J
the House of Peace" moved
ti it> new home at 4144 Chase ave.
under the spiritual leadership of
I il'ln I-eon Kronish. the eoncrega-
' on urew to numher some 800
;. mi lies.
The congregation is now getting
ready to move into its new sanc-
tuary and auditorium at Chase ave.
and 41st st The Chanuka dinner
n Dec. 10 in celebration of the
Bar Mitzvah year will also mark
b re-dedication of the congregation
to a new era of service in the new
.synagogue building, according to
Rabbi Kronish.
Co-chairmen of the Bar Mitzvah
dinner planning committee are
Mr. and Mr*. Samuel Oritt. Dinner
planning committee are Ralph
Spero. Leon J. Ell. John Serbin.
s harles Silvers. Mrs. Barry Cam-
iron. Mrs. Irving Kaplan. Mrs. Sol
Pine. Mrs. J. A. Cantor. Mrs. Louis
J. Krensky, Mrs. Samuel Becker-
man.
Emanu-EI Pupils
To Mark Chanuka
Students of the Temple Emanu-
EI School will celebrate Chanuka
in a gala fashion this year.
On Sunday. Dec. 11. the Kinder-
garten and first grade of the Sun-
day school will present a holiday
program under the direction of
Mrs. Trixie Levin, dramatics in
tractor.
Students in the seventh and
eighth fradoa brate the holiday at a dance to be
held on Dec. 17 in the social hall.
Mr- Abe Kaufman and Mrs. Sam
I) Shapiro are co-chairmen of this |
event
Chanuka parties in the home are
being extended to include every
student from the second through
sixth grades Twenty parties will
be held in private homes on the
afternoon of Sunday. Dec 11 1 I
ther a staff member or a student in
the Center's high school will ((in-
duct a program of games and son^s
appropriate to the holiday.
Parties will be held at the follow-
ing homes Mrs Joseph Abelow.
Mis Jerome Berger Mis Max
Cohen, Mrs Isaac Dabah. Mrs
Stanley Frehlmi*. Mrs Ben Gard-
ner, Mrs Joseph Cersten. Mrs
N'orman Ciller. Mrs Henry Hill-
man. Mrs Harry King. Mrs Joseph
Jacobson. Mrs Hyman Lieberman.
Mrs. Henry Morris. Mrs. Joel New-
man. Mrs Julius Pcrlmutter. Mrs.
William Pite. Mrs Paul Plotkin.
Mr- Ruth Pollane. Mrs. Albert
Shapiro. Mrs Sam I) Shapiro. Mrs
Alfred Stone, Mrs Harold L'nger
and Mrs Jerome Weitzman.
Coordinator and chairman of the
project is Mrs. Ben Klemper.
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Chanuka Program
At Kneseth Israel
Hebrew school of Kneseth Israel
Congregation will present a Cha-
nuka play Sunday morning. Dec.
11.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, educa-
tional director, is in charge of the
program. The musical portion of
the program is directed by Cantor
Abraham Seif.
Sisterhood of the congregation
\ will present each student with a
Chanuka gift. Awards will be
! made to students who brought in
I new students to the school. Jacob
I A. Sachs is chairman of the edu-
cational committee, and Rabbi Jon-
! ah E. Caplan is adviser to the com-
mittee.
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Men's Club of Monticello Park
I will hold a regular meeting Tues-
1 day evening, Dec. 20, at the Center.
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Mrs. Benjamin Wolff, past president; Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick, branch president; Mrs.
Louis Cohen. Torah fund chairman; Miss
AFFILIATED SISTERHOODS MF.iT JOINTLY
Lillian Goodman. Torah fund coch_
at a Torah fund workshop. Brunch it;
uled Dec. 15 at the Algiers hotel
Torah Fund Brunch Slated for Algiers
Southeast Branch of the National Women's League of United Syna-
lmlui' of America are busy making final arrangements for the annual
Torah Fund brunch Tuesday. Dec. 15. at the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Louis Cohen, chairman, and Miss Lillian Goodman, co-chair-
man of the 11 a.m. function. Wednesday announced that a key speaker
from National is scheduled for the entertaining program.
Annual Torah fund affair is the culmination of a combined effort
of the affiliated Sisterhoods here. Proceeds are sent to the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
Affiliated Sisterhoods include Beth Emeth, Beth David. Israelite
Center, Hialeah-Miami Springs, Monticello Park Jewish Center, North
Shore Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom of Hollywood, Temple
Emanu-EI. Temple Sinai of Hollywood, Temple Zion and Zamora Jew-
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ments for patients of Ward 17.
Games and community singing are
also on the program.
Sunday. Dee. 11, Department of
Florida JWV will hold a quarterly
iliary will hold a quarterly meet-
ing at Israelite Center. Department
president Freda Levine will pre-
sent citations mentions at the JWV A
national convention.
Norman Bruce Brown Post and
Auxiliary will be host to both
quarterly meetings.

Tuesday evening, Dec. 13. Coral
Gables Ladies' Auxiliary will meet
at the Coral Gables Jewish Center.

Norman Bruce Brown Ladies
Auxiliary will hold a latka and
meeting at Lindsav DeGarmojeard party Wednesday evening.
American Legion Hall. 2903 McFar- Dec- 14, at 1947 West Flagler st.
land rd.. Coconut Grove. Depart-
ment Commander Robert Fishkind
will preside.

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partment of Florida Ladies' Aux-
Proceeds are for community and
hospital work. Post 174 will meet
at the same time at 20 SW 17th ave.
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Sunday, Dec. 11, students of the
Sunday school of Tifereth Israel
will have their annual Chanuka
program.
Main part of the program will be
the presentation of a play written'
jby Fannie Linsky, entitled "The
F.nd of the Story," and directed by
Miss Harriet Damenstein, our Sun-,
'day school coordinator.
Participants in the play are:
Wayne Marcuse. Rochelle Lerner,
Dot-cue Rubin. Diane Herein. Nor-
ms Openheim. Leslie Pearlstcm.
iJoann Melniek. Rhoda Grant, Ar
lene Freeman. Allan Kemelhar.
Rona Roth, Penny Goldberg. Janet,
Freeman, Sora Kemelhar and Dee
na Rubin.
Chanuka Party Sunday
South Dad* Jewish Center Sun-
day school will hold its first annual
Chanuka party Sunday morning.
Dec. 11, at Hillel House on the Uni
versity of Miami campus. Dance
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unity Galvanizes for Giant Zionist Function Sunday
. ... ___ ___i_U __l:_l____ _.
[s*i
,<] leaders of the Jew-
' ,v ,n South Flond.
finesday the largest
. $uccessful dinner ever
iSuTheast region of tile
Station of America.
^interest is be,n en-
J r. S. Sen. Alexander
Address'- they said.
-.' j solemn warning was
5 week by Dr. Morris
%iam. leader, that un-
05 intervene* in the Mid-
i there will he a shooting
k months Dr. Goodman
'dthi' statement to a group
jewi-h leailrrs at a break-
frg in the Aimer* hotel.
leaders nut to complete
for the voninrl annual South-
regional dinner of the
Organization of America to
thjs Sunda> at the Fontain-
Mel. Zionist- from seven
rtates. heads of various
Jewish religious groups, members
of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, rabbis from leading temples
and local Zionist leaders are ex-
pected to tarn out en masse in be-
half of their current program
which is "peace in the Middle
East and a halt to Soviet infiltm
tion there."
Joining with Dr. Goodman. Sey
mour B. Liebman president of the
Southeast region of the ZOA. issued
a call for the Jews of Greater Mm
mi, "to follow in the footstep-, of
the early Maccabees, and unite !>.
hind the Zionist banner to defeat
the enemies of world peace."
Dr. Goodman also revealed that
many prominent Christian leaders
have been invited to the affair to
hear the facts relating to the Mid-
east crisis as deliverd by U.S. Sen.
Alexander Wiley, of Wisconsin,
who will be the principal speaker
Sen. Wiley is the ranking Repub-
lican member of the U.S Senate
foreign Affairs
FmJS iP. the pr8ram I" Dr
Fmanuel Neumann, ehairman of
hHnS01"* A*enCy *** who
helped presen, Israel's ease before
the United Nations in 1947. and
Abraham Goodman, well known
j^ist leader, and a frequent via-
,itor to Miami.
| Dinner committee consists of
W-Goodman, honorary chairman
l.ienman. chairman. Joseph N
Rose, co-chairman, and itabbi May-
er Abramowitz, Manuel Aronowitz,
Nathan Adelman. Joseph Alter
Ben Appel, Murray Bio,,,,,. Benja-
min Dubrow, Jack Fishman, Max
Friedson, Saul Genet, Hen Giu>r,
Harry Gordon, Abe HurewKz, Isi-
dore Kramer. Oscar I.elchuk, Ber-
nard M. I.ieberman. Herbert R. Lin-
ick. Joe Mechlow, A. Arthur Pekel-
ner, Mr and Mrs. Harry Platoff.
AI Quadow.
Liebman Will be Speaker
oneh7Ur,.B- Liebman- President
70A Southeastern region district,
iwijrs iguest speaker f tne
ionist luncheon club Wednesday
S? n k the Ra,eigh hotel- Mi-
am, Beach attorney Philip Salmon
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Leon Haber. Tampa, Israel Feiden.
St. Aufu^tine. Irvinu Oxenhorn.
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lover a check of S25.000 for State of Israel Bonds to Sidney
(right) as Leo Lebow, vice president of National Con-
s', looks on. Kipnis redeemed a commitment made at the
r of Slate honoring Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shar-
f Glazier, city manager of the bond drive, and Lebow, in
i of Kipnis' Miami office, were on hand to greet Kipnis
(Miami International Airport where he turned over the
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Riverside-Beach
Chanuka will be ushered in with the dedication of a huge
Menorah Friday evening at Beth Jacob Congregation. Stevie
and Vickie, children of Mr. and Mrs. William Mechanic, will
present the Menorah to the congregation in memory of his
grandparents, Israel S. and Wittel Mechanic. Presentation
will be made in Hebrew, with Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
:ader. responding. Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the
jaditional Chanuka liturgy. ____________ _
Memorial Chapel
On Normandy Isle
Rjvenkfc BmcI) Memorial Chap-
el recent !\ nponotl it- funeral
I ;.| i.T.f) Norm.indy dr., Mb
nn Ho.ioh. to -rrve the rrsufcirt* of
Miami Bench, North MiamOwly
wood md Ft I.milcrdale.
It is the only chtfMl m this area
1h;it ITU -|)c i and i- under the paraoaal
-up. r\ iion of Irving Blasberg and
Aiv Eisenberg, Ion:: a--<>ci;it'(l
with funeral servlcei 111 thi- sec-
tion.
Ihe chapel is manned by experi-
enced personnel ettO are trained to
maintain the Uiver-itlc tradition
[or hii'h standards of service and
consideration to the family while
obaerving evary raMiieai detail."
BlnbVg and Kisenlu-rg explained.
Every type of funeral service is
offered, including trans-shipment
and 24 hour ambulance service, for
the residents of these communities
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Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel on Normandy Isle.
The architecture and exterior de-, pressive buildings and shops
sign of this new. modern structure j rounding it The interiors are]
is in keeping with the open, airy nified, with pleasant yet lunu
feeling that marks the more im- decor. Public inspection is \m
Testimonial to Fete
Retiring Beth El
President Sunday
Testimonial dinner banquet hon
Philip Berkowitz, retiring
, deal of I ''ion Beth III.
will take place Sunday evening.
Dec ll.
Scene of the festivities will be
the nc.vly-decorated Dora August
memorial hall. 500 SW 17th ave
While serving in the capacitv of
president. Berkowitz was instru-
mental in the growth of the COB-
ition and it- \< adem>. under
the personal supervision of I)r S
T. Swirsky
Notables and officials from the
City of Miami. Dade county and
the State are expected to attend.
Mayor Randall Christmas will he
guest of honor Christmas has been
a friend of the Berkowit7 family
for many years, and in accepting
the imitation to attend "the testi-
monial, lauded Brrknwitz "for his
many philanthropic, humanitarian
and charitable deeds."
New president. Sidney H Palm-
er, will act as toastmaster Albert
Zisinan is a>s|s|e<| by the entertain
mrnt committee composed of Sain
Philips, Eugene Schwartz and Ben
jamin Boskin as co-chairmen.
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Larry Matter. Mitchell Malter. Kar-
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,.Dtcnbw9. 1956
ibined Appeal Names Levinson
To Succeed Lansburgh as Hotel
Division Chairman of '56 Campaign
J*rtsfk)rkiiian
Mt. Sinai Hosnit.ii
P many civic ana Jubilwi and was chairman of the
pif activities here haa been Hotel D.vision for the United Jew
civic and phil-
Mirman of the Combined
5 Appeal Hotel Division for
Combined Jewish Appeal chair-
Sam J Heiman announced
jedav that the Riant hotel in-
v would be asked to assume
onsibility for raising more
10 percent of this year's cam-
goal.
Teiman appointed Moms Lans-
who headed last year's Ho-
i Division, as honorary chairman
^assist Levinson.
Although the Combined Jewish
al drive Rets under way offi-
Ijy in January. Levinson and
urgh expert to call an early
ioh Appeal in 1940.
Back in Ulster county. New York
Levinson is an officer of the Hotel
Association and a director of ,hp
Sullivan county hotel group Fie
also belong* to the New York
American and Miami Beach Hotel
Associations.
I was privileged to attend the
board of governors meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation '
at the Algiers hotel a few weeks
ago to hear chairman Sam Heiman
describe his experiences
rael." said Levinson.
'crisis' can hardly
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%&*&** TPMembership Here
meeting under the
firanted charter of the
Butchers Workmen and Allied
SnH f .SUth F,or,da was "eld

David Levinson
in Is-
"The word Personal interests must assume
describe what their share of this mora| obligation
faces the men. women and chil-' "Mr. Lansburgh and I caf upon
jational meeting of leading drenm that country, and I feel it the entire hotel industry in Sou h
J men in the near future. I is the responsibility of every Florida to mass behind Sam He!
who now operates the American to help preserve democ- man and the 1956 Combined few
^r> with Charles Posner and racy wherever .t is. All men of!'*" Appeal, for this is year of
laKenin. launched his first ho-. good faith, no matter what bust- survival, and it is un to evurvnn.
Attendance included upward of
90 percent of Dade county work-
men, consisting of kosher butchers,
ehicken handlers, shochtim and
workers in allied trades.
According to Donald Sachs, press
correspondent for the local union, Sunday."
newly a committee was formed and a
I drive started for 100 percent mem-
bership, including fish market
workers and men working in kosh-
er delicatessens in this area.
"Goal of the union is to organize
all men who handle kosher food
consumed by the people oi Dade
county," Sachs- explained. "The
union is cooperating with the
Greater Miami Butchers Guild in
keeping all kosher markets closed
SERVING MIAMI JEWRY
with HONORand DIGNITY
/or OVER 25 YEARS
wnturc in Miami Beach as op-. ness or profession they represent to help."
up to everyone
(or of the Mariin hotel in 1939
were followed by the Edge-
nttr Beach. Rita Plaza. Sorrento.
finally, in 1952. the Algiers.
nson is especially known for
operation of the Tamarack
in Greenfield Park. NY..
i m opened and directed by
I parent
Ute Cat skill resort hotel is one
| the nation- largest, handling
|auny as a thousand people at a
i in its 400 acres.
levinson has participated widc-
i local welfare and philanthrop-
reetirities He was treasurer of
Hebrew Academy, a director
ITemplf Emanu-rJI and has been
I by the Community Chest. Re-
IN THE MAIL
tor.The Jewish I'loridian:
PyourNm 29 isttM in which
(reported on the program of the
numty-wide meeting held By
Zionist Council in Bayfront
i on Nov. 17. you failed to give
^acknowledgement to those who
cipated in the musical part of
I program. I'm sure this was an
Bight on the part of your re-
[Since .so many compliments have
paid to Mr and Mrs. Ben
and to the Miami Beach
nunity Singers and Stan Por-
ftora stirring rendition of sev-
Imusifar numbers. I would like
Jtake this opportunity of express-
1iy personal thanks and that of
(Zionist Council of South Flori-
\j* the line contribution these
made to a very successful
I'm especially interested
pr**ing my gratitude to them
: they rendered their services
ipm-ery gratis basis.
If* foully. I would like to add
se of us who are permanent
^*" of Miami Beach are in-
fortunate to have in our midst
ltn* professional artists as the
ach Community Singers,
' ">rter and Mr and Mrs. Ben
hvL I mu,:ic:'l treat to listen
wm whenever and wherever
"PPtar in public.
Maurice Survis, Chairman
Zmnist Council of
^uth Florida.
no matter how widespread their
Temple Zion Pupils
To Mark Chanuka
Kindergarten of Temple Zion
will hold its annual winter festiva
Friday morning. Dec. 9.
The Chanuka program will in-
clude singing and dancing native
to America and other lands
Appearing will be Mark Aronson.
Eric Baloff. Peter Baloff. Charles
Bclsky. David Berlin. Mark Boise.
Paul Bronis. Bruce Browman. How-
ard Browman. Bernard Cohen. Al-i
an Cypress. Allen Disner. Charles
Ehrlich. Robert Friedland. Paul j
Greenfield. Marc Hammer. Johnny ,
Hicks, Jeffrey Hirschberg
Richard Horenstein. Kenneth
Kramerman. Robert Liberman. h'v-
an Mack, Gary Mariin, Steven Pav-
er, Lee Pollack, Harold Riemer.
Andrew Rolnick. Burt Rosen. Stev-
en Rosen, Ross Rubin. Sheldon Si!
verttein, Steven Susaneck. Marc
Toltz.
Adrienne Alterson, Judith Aron-
son, Fredda Dralick. Sandra Fac-
tor, Janice Finn, Lucy Hertzoff.
Emily Hess, Judith Horowitz. Mal-
tha Kaplan. Faith Lehrner. Sandra
Lemlich, Janice Levi, Lynn Marks,
Toby Mariin, Helene Miller, Su-
zanne Morgan.
Darlene Myers. Carol Odessky,
Carol Potash, Rochelle Ritter. Kath
ic Sands. Arlene Saxe, Maureen
Schaffel. Joanne Schwartzz. Gayle
Segal. Mona Teitler, Roni Walker
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Jfoday, DaomW
Services In Greater Miami's Houses Of Worshii
BETH EL CONGREGATION will
told Friday evening services at
8:15. Saturday morning services
re at 8:30. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky will preach on the topic:
"When Civilizations Clash Then
and Now." Cantor Louis Garten-
haus will render the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Junior serv-
ices are at 10 a.m. in Yeshiva Hall.
Class in Sanhedrin will be at 4
p.m.

HEBREW ACADEMY will hold
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning services are at
9. Rabbi Alexander (iross will
preach on the Weekly Portion
Mincha is ut 5 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services will
be at 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.. with
Sunday morning services at 8.

TEMPLE ISRAEL of Miami will
bold Friday evening services at
6:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Narot will
officiate and preach on the topic:
"Is Thinking a Threat to Religion?"
Sterling cup presented to the Tem-
ple by Mrs. Rose Louis Rubin will
be dedicated, as well as a Chanuka
Menorah and Pedestal presented
by Mr. and Mrs. George F. Frank-
lin. Saturday morning services are
at 11. Leonard, son of Mr and
Mrs. Morris Lansburgh. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.

BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE will
hold Friday evening services at
8:15 Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
officiate and preach on the topic:
"Wanted Modern Maccabees"
Mr. and Mrs Max Fishman and
Mrs. Ethel Mishket will be bostl
at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of
their children. Susan Fishman and
Steven Mishket become Bas and
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services at 9. Sermon will be
based on the Weekly Portion. Can-
tor William Lipson will render the
musical portions of the liturgy
Junior services are at 9:30 a.m.

BETH RAPHAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:15. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Rabbi Arie
Becker will officiate and preach on
the topic: "The Festival of Kind-
ling." Class in Talmud precedes
services at 8 a.m. Class in Bible
will be at 5 p.m.. followed by Min-
cha and Shalos Seudos. Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Chwechkenbaum will
be hosts.

' ISRAELITE CENTER will con-
duct Friday evening services at
5:30 and 8:15. Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky will preach on the topic:
"These Lightl of Holiness" Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Gaber will be hosts
at the Oneg Shabbat in honor of
their son. Mark, who becomes Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
cervices at 8:30. Cantor Samuel
Salkow will render the musical
portions of the liturgy. Junior -m-
i Jack Katzker in the school chapel
Mincha will be at 5 p.m.. followed
I j Shalos Seudos. Daily services
are at 8 a.m. and 15 minutes before
rundown.

NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening < n
Ices at 8:15 Rahbi Henry Okolics
Vill preach on the topic: "An An-
wer to the Question of Freedom "
Cantor Maurice Neu renders the
musical portion- of the liturgy,
vith Lucille Moore directing the
choir Sisterhood will be boat at
the Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Subject of
the sermon will be: "Why Do We
Light Chanuka Candles?" Geof-
frey son of Mr. and Mrs Nat Ka--,
will become Bar Mitzvah.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND
CONGREGATION will hold Friday
evening service* at 5:30. Saturday
morning services are at 8:30. Rahbi
Simon April will preach on the
'The Secret of Our Endur-
ance." Cantor Berele Kelemer ren-
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy.

MONTICELLO PARK CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 8:15. Services, dedi-
cated to Chanuka, will include the
Kobbi AHrti Woxmon
. 'Rededicotion'
participation of the following chil-
dren: Barry Greebel. Barry Web
ber. Ami Bergman. Bruce Miller.
Jetfrej Lassman, Maxine Levine.
Marcia Levy. Sally Blonder. David
Derobles. Peter Lasser, Freddie
Bushkin and Joel Wiener. Ami
Bergman will discuss: "What Cha-
nuka Means to Me." Rabbi Isaac
CANDLFUGHTING TIME
Kislev 24 5:12 p.m.
I.erer will respond with: "Chinuch
and Chanuka." Saturday morning
services are at 9. Subject of the
sermon is: "The Ways of the
Righteous" Mincha will be at 5
p m.. followed by a lecture on
Midrash.

BETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION will hold Friday evening
services at 5:05 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9. Rabbi
II Louis Rottman will discuss:
"ChanukaDedication for What?"
Class in Bible is at 3:45 p.m. and
will be followed by Mincha and
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 7:30 a.m. and 5:10 p.m.

NORTH SHORE JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz will preach on the topic: "Re-
kindling the Chanuka Candles."
Cantor Edward Klein will render
the musical portions of the litur-
gy. Choir is under the direction
of Eli Samuels. Saturday morning
services are at 8:45. Ronald, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sailman.
and Neil, son of Mr. and Nib.
Nate Buchbinder. will become Bar
Mitzvah.

AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE will hold Friday eve
ning services at 5:30. Saturday
morning services are at ft. Rabbi
I Isaac Kver will preach on the topic:
I"The Chanuka Paradox" Kiddush
follows Mincha will be at 5 p.m .
followed by Shalos Seudos and
Ma.iriv Daily services are at 8
a.m. and 530 p.m. with Sunday
services at 9 I n. and 5:30 p.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM will
hold Fridaj evening services at
8:15 Rabbi Leon Kronish will
preach on the topic: "Mazel Tov
Beth Sholom is Bar Mitzvah" Sat-
urday morning services are at
10:45 Cantor Samuel Kelemer ren-
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy. Richard, son of Dr and
Mrs Paul Unger, will become li..r
Hitzvah.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will
hold Fridaj evening services at
8:15 Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will
preach on the topic: "The Mecca-
bee Heritage." Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Jacohson will be host. at the
Oneg Shabbat. Saturday morning
services are at 8:30. Mare, son of
' Mr and Mrs. Samuel Jacohson. will
j become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor Ru-
1 dolph Brill will render the musical
1 portions of the liturgy.
GREATER MIAMI SYNAGOGUES
ABOVK LINCOLN ROAD
AOUDATH ISRAEL HEBSIW INBTITUTB-8I5 7Slh at. Orthodox,
Kabbi Isaac Ever.
BBTH ISRAEL CONGREGATION4S06 1'rslrl. ave. OrtBoeM. Rabbi H.
Louis Rottman.
NORTH SHORE JEWISH CBNTBRSM 7Sth at. Coaeervatlve. Rabbt
Mayer Atorainowlta. Cantor Award Klaln.
TEMPLE BBTH SHOLOM4114 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
i -.uii.ii' Samuel Kelemer.
TEMPLE BMANU-EL1701 Washington v. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
l.rln man. Cantor Philip Brummer.
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox.
Kahlii Tlbor BUm Cantor Maurice Mamrhes.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION35 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jo-
seph K. Kh. kovnky
HEBREW ACADEMY91* 4th at. Orthtwlox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATIONHI I Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Jonah K '".plnn Cantor Abraham Btlf.
TORAH TEMPLE1164 West ave. American Judaism. Rabbla Abraham
and 1-ouim C.i.s-. 1.
CORAL GABLES
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CENTER3?0 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi
Morris Bkop Cantor Irving Row mob,
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Laoa HurWltS. Cantor Rudolph Brill.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
BETH RAPHAEL CONGRBOATION1S5 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Ai le Becker.
HOLL YWOOD and FT. LAUOERDALE
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD1721 Monroe St., Hollywood.
Conservative Kabbi Samuel l>-rer.
TEMPLE SINAI OF HOLLYWOOD 2030 Polk it., Hollywood. Conserva-
tive Rabbi Pa vie Shapiro. CaVDtnr Yehudah Hellbrwun.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL OF FT. LAUDERDALE1K01 South Andrews ave..
1-t l.ainl.rdsle. Reform. Rabbi Msrlus Ranson.
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS
HIALEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH CENTER-931 East 4th ave. Con-
servallve.
NORTHEAST
TEMPLE ISRAEL137 NE 19th at. Re'orm. Rabbi Joseph Narot, Rabbi
Jacob Kaplan, Rabbt Emeritus. Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTHSIOE CENTER 8100 North Miami ave.
Con-, i vat.ve. Kabbi Abraham Herson. Canter Albert (.Hants.
NORTHWEST
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION11201 NW 17th ave.
FLAOLERORANADA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER50 NW lift pi.
Conservative. Rabbi Leo Helm.
NORTH MIAMI
NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTERJ3430 West Dixie hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Henry Okellra. Cantor Maurice N-u.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION164th at. and SB 11th ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
SOUTHWEST
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION23S9 Coral Way. Conservative.
BETH DAVID SYNAOOOUE2625 BW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Yaak..\ Rosenberg Cantor William W. I.lpson.
BETH EL CONGREGATION 500 8W 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Shmaryahu T Swirsky. Cantor Louis Oartenhaus.
ISRAELITE CENTER3193 SW 24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavakv. Cantor Samuel 8alkow.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AND CONGREOATION-1101 ffW 11th ave.
orthodox. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
WEST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI JEWISH CENTER57X0 SW 17lh at. Conaervatlve. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman.
CORAL GABLES JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening serv-
ices at 8:15. Rabbi Morris Skop will
discuss: "Understanding the Strug-
gle and Victory of the Chanuka
Maccabees." Candles will be bless-
ed by Mrs. Irwin Sacks and her
daughter, Sally. Saturday morning
services are at 9:45. Neil, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sacks, will be-
come Bar Mitsvah.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL will hold
Friday evening services at 5 and
8:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will preach on the topic: "The
Lights That Never Kail." Saturday-
morning services are al 9. Sermon
will be based on the Weekly Por-
tion. Cantor Philip Brummer ren-
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy. Claudia, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Andre Bialolenki. will
become BBS Mit/v.ih Daily serv-
ices are in the chapel at 8 am and
5 30 p.m.
temple zion (formerly West
Miami Jewish Center) will hold
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offici-
ate and preach on the topic: Ke
dedication of the House." Temple
choir will be under the direction
of Ben Yomen. Alex Fogel, presi-
dent, will officially announce the
change of the congregation's nsme.
Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored
by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sinclair,
whose son, Alan, becomes Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services at 9.
TIFERETH ISRAEL NORTH-
SIDE CENTER will hold Friday
, evening services at 8:30. Rabbi
Abraham Herson will present Ger-
i aid Schwartz, former Southeast
field director of American Tech-
, nion Institute as guest speaker.
! Schwartz will discuss: "Chanuka
and the State of Israel." Cantor
Albert Glantz will render the mu-
tual portions of the liturgy. Oneg
Shabbat follows. Saturday morn-
ing services are at 9. Rabbi Her-
son will preach on the topic: "Oil
for the Lamps of Civilization.
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE-
GATION will hold Friday evening
services at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Jonah ('apian will preach on the
topic: "Does Religion Belong in
Our Schools?" Cantor *.*
Seif renders the mu ea.^l
of the liturgy, .ss,s3M
choir. Saturday morn.n0 V *
re at 8:30. Sermon^f ?fi
on the Weekly Portio *Jg
class is at 4:30 p.m ulJr*',
be at 5 pm.. Jlowed 'b^J *
Seudos and Maariv
.
1TH TFILAH CONGitea
T.ON will hold Friday- 3*J
vices at 5:15. Saturday S
services are at 8:30. Rabbi j
Rackovsky will preach
Weekly Portion. At 4 Pm.
ject of his sermon is: 'Punisn
for Fear of Prevention?" Bk
is at 4;30 p.m., followed by Shaln
Seudos. Daily services are at 71
a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
*
BETH EMETH CONGREGATIC
will hold Friday evening servii
at 7:30. Herbert Buchwald will,
ficiate and discuss: 'The Story,
Chanuka." Saturday morning ser
ices are at 9:30.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPR|
JEWISH CENTER will hold Frid
evening services at 8:15. Gu
speaker will be Ben Essen,
Miami attorney. His subject
"Sholem Aleichem His Hun
and Philosophy." Oneg
follows.

BETH JACOB CONGREGAT
will hold Friday evening sens
at 5. Late services begin at fcl
when Rabbi Tibor Stern pre*
on the topic: "What is a Dediea
Life." Saturday morning ser
will be at 8:36. Cantor lbs
Mamches will render the mu
portions of the liturgy. Claa
Bible is at 4:15 p.m. Daily
ices will be at 7 and 8 a.m. 1
p.m.

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. December 9, 1955
jvez, Zabaleta in Guest Appearances
,# University Orchestra This Weekend
U famous conductor-compos- his career, h"---------
v!L Ctover takea the podium libraries of
lftr Lj ii.mdiv tvnnl!j Deo. ser
*Jeistfk)rM^
his career, he searched through, the
libraries of Europe turning up
.yaml '"nfl,> """S "eu; Wrwing *d. harp music
the Urttnsity of< by Bach's .sons. Beethoven. Hnndrl
!ciihIv MnlBf*';
when th "{Jmphony Orchestra pre
, papa
'symphony oirnestra
,< a program <>l music with not-
fg0 Nicanor Zabaleta as fea-
I ^loist. ,.
'titaleU wHI he heard in the
t!So for Harp by Reinhold
rSvet will conduct the UM Or-
TrAiD Overture to Anacreon by
_.l.~~.. M in I" I
0050 '-.
, udia by Chavez.
1 spaaish artist Zabaleta was born
oio Sebasti;m in the Basque
Me began his
of six
itrv of Spain.
.a'l studies at the age
hiv first public concert
i l J,S VW" u car|y sPani>h
and French compo-ters.
Many modern composers have
written works especially for Zaha-
leta. They include Villa L.,Ik,s,
Dnr.us Milhaud. J. M. Damase, Joa
quin Ridngo. Germaine Tailleferre
and Peggy Glanville llieks
In January. 1955, in Carnegie
mMm. Symphony No. 5 in C j Hall and m Philadelphia's Academy
wbv Bcetho\en. Alborada del of Music, the harpist introduced a
by Maurice Ravel and Sin- new concerto by Villa-Lobos with
the composer conducting the Phila-
delphia Orchestra.
Chavez was born near Mexico
City in 1899. where he began the
study of piano at an early age.
During adolescence he continued
his studies with the late Manuel
M. Ponce and Pedro Luis Ogazon.
Other than the technicalities of
pianism he learned from Ponce the
heritage of Mexican-Indian music,
and from Ogazon, he learned the
best of the past musical literature
of Europe.
He began composing during this
time and by 1918 had completed
the First Symphony. A flow of
works followed, for voice, piano,
ensembles and orchestra:-, which
IwtM imitative and psuedoF.uro-
ipean. His First String Quartet
! (1921). however, gave the promise
of what was to come from this
master.
Liis native city at nine.
| Since music written far the harp
i scarce when the artist began
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and Collins ave.
The retail bake shop and deli-
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cacies and baked goods made on
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Imported kosher cheese from
Denmark, "the world's largest" ol-
ives from Italy and smoked fish
flown in daily from New York
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Free parking, on the restaurant's
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Richard Charles, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Paul Unger. 4510 Adams
ave., Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 10,
at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
ment and inspect their meat boxes,
which are always open to the
public.
Free deliver} is one of the addi-
tional service! offered by Norman
Mendelson and Sons kosher meat
and poultry market.
Mendelson and Sons also oper-
ate a kosher meat and poultry es-
tablishment in White Lake. N.Y.
Crown Fence Co.
Carlos Chavez
tville Appoints
fanning Manager
Catering Post
[Urcncc Manning has been ap-
pted catering manager of the
el Seville, it was announced
tof>diy by Ted Kipnis. manag-
I director of the hotel.
[Jor five years. Manning was
Prrins manager to Sportscrvice,
[otenni organization well known
i mtt to coast.
p is known to local organiza-
w through his recent associa-
i ith the Sea Isle as maitre
Wl for the past six seasons.
PJMning has catered to many
Thndustrials, such as Standard
.General Electric. Radio Corpor-
&> of America and others
[j b narried and has been a
*nt of Miami Beach for the
111 years
Kosher Meat Firm
To Distribute '999'
Kosher Products
Norman Mendelson and Sons.
serving Geatcr Miami's leading
kosher hotels and restaurants with
kosher meats and poultry for the
past 12 years. Wednesday an-
nounced that they are exclusive
distributors for ',999" kosher deli-
catessen products.
The kosher meat and poultry
I firm also revealed their retail mar-
1 ket at 621 Washington ave., Miami
Beach, formerly Norman Kaplan's
market.
Norman Mendelson and Sons sell
only strictly kosher prime beef
and poultry under the strict super-
vision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. director of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth.
The owners are inviting Greater
Miamians to visit their establish-
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Music lovers from Key West to Ft. Lauderdale
WiH gather Saturday evening for the glittering
Opera Ball at Leone's, which precedes the open-
ing of the opera season in Florida .
Rudolph Bln, impresario of the Metropolitan
Opera Company, will fly down from New York to
be guest of honor at the ball .
asts will be the Leo Robinson*, Sam Bockert and Baron
-h Meyer*, who will watch strolling musicians in Venetian
add a continental note to the elaborate affair .
decorations in fan motif will echo the theme of the ball
gold fans, brought back from the Far East by Mrs. William
H( co-chairman of the ball, will be given each lady at-
t md Mrs. Carl Weinkle will add their presence to the long
iofmiiMC devotees expected at Leone's. Taking reservations for
celcbr.ition are Mrs. William Walker, Jr., of Miami
and Miami Beach's Mrs. Clarence Hand.
4
K,ry and Sam Edelmam saw daughter Marcia off on a brief
lion as hou-o guest of the Alfred Gottesmans in Las Vegas
Bile Birdie is busy showing visitor Marcia the litea of the
Nevada town, Alfred will be taking care of things at the
ibotel th'-ii- a Gottesman property.
|Mary and Sam are expecting to welcome their daughter back
ijjmr beautiinl Di Lido Island home sometime next month.
jeakinc ol the Baron do Hirsch Meyers, he and Pollv were
Hast week at their Star Island home during a cocktails and
r party...
of honor was Capf. Bernt A. Jacobsen, commander for
[twenty fiM years of the S.S. Constitution, on which Polly and
i traveled to Hawaii last year .
Jeeobten was in these parts visiting with his wife and
*ter in Holl>wood.

Laonora Baruch is back from spending five summer months in
Now. she will have as house guest for the holidays her
i, Mrs. Arthur Bloch, of Philadelphia .
ilia is due to arrive at Leonora's San Marino Island residence
LIB. Laonora 1- telling friends that her brother-in-law. the fam-
ilarnard Baruch, returned from his Gotham Town and Central
[stunts t his plantation, Hobcaw, in Georgetown, S. C, to
I the winter

York leenil to be a town to get away from comes the
i of old Jack Frost. Down here now is Mrs. Ida Lynn, her
Her,Ruth, and -on in law and daughter, the Net Greenspans...
'parent- arc the Michael Llebormans, and while the family
i to do a good bit of sightseeing and plain vacationing at the
Seas, they also intend spending gobs of time at the Lieberman
tan ave. residence.

I TV Robert Z. Greenes are back on Pine Tree dr after spending
}unmer at their Connecticut estate and their Fifth ave., New
i, apartment .
i column reported a while back about the flood damage with
i Nancy and Bob had to cope in Connecticut. In fact, it was
Itherea-oi for their returning North after a one-week rtaj
Uy in Miami Beach ..
ty'$ now telling friends she's a great aunt Her niece.
(Mrs. Irving) Greif, who makes her home near Baltimore,
a mother I. st week.

[ >>. and Mrs. Bernard R. Stevens entertained members of the
industry at a social in their South Miami home Wednesday
...
* wa* chairman of Federation's second annual Women- Divi-
education conference in the Fontainebleau last week, at which
Sttvtnson made a surprise appearance .
Husband Bemie is owner of the Stevens markets here.

toh and Oscar Leonard annually spend their winter vacation
ave. She's author of the nationally syndicated column,
I to Remember." and a number of cookery books put out
"n Publish i in New York .
toar, who authored "Americans All," went to Atlanta last
speaker at a Mayfair Club affair. Leah accompanied him
ttrekti
*>" on the Schulberg Front: Budd Scholberg leaves Friday
f* York and work on the novelette, "Arkansas Traveler,"
n* and Elia Kaien are developing for screen material .
^return- to Florida in mid-December, bringing with him
\ Stewart, now in Gotham Town. Stewart, as this column re-
_recently. is a Paris film producer, who makes his permanent
""Cagnes-ur \kr in southern France .
* who now lives in .Sarasota, will come to Miami with
Jo visit his parents. Lynn and B. P. Scholberg, who have
"W into their new residence at 676 Ridgewood, Key Bis-
|-
Walter Jacobs and
iami Beach.
o e>
."H World Dep't: Lynn and B. P. Scholberg are back from
' *here they spent the recent holiday with son Budd s
. ^siting the same people were hotelman
*. of 4125 North Jefferson ave.. Mi
e o '
'out of ,hr Xorth are these notables: Mrs. Bernard Baum
Jo her Alton rd. home to report that her long time Wend,
rwT"*Y'' bll> ,he8e d,ys ""e*"111* her te|evis,on ^awt ''
w* ?",n w,nRed her wy hKk here- Dr Abrtm sffhnr'
ffWBrandeis University, house-guested it at the Hour
law nM' "' nocd philanthropist A. L. Mailman, president
r*rcant,ie Hank.
e *
IW* Yoonrnn. the well-known portrait painter, was
* Gently to visit important art galleries .
PitthV*** *as Lhl ,Mr* S*",,) '' who exnibits here *nd
*-UU<
oman s
"World
** Havwli Flf^iifimn
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Friday, December 9, 1955
Section B
Helping put the work of the Women's Aux-
iliary of Mount Sinai hospital to music are
(left to right) Mrs. Richard R. Mirow, Mrs.
Bernard Abel, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Women's
Auxiliary president, Mrs. Theodore Epstein
and Mrs. Charles Robins. The hospital volun-
teers performed in the original musicale,
"Know Your Hospital," by Trixie Levin, on
the stage of the Fontainebleau's grand ball-
room to introduce new members of the aux-
iliary's duties.
Hadassah Groups Plan Fundio ns to Mark W Day Here
Mrs, William I Feuer this week
baa the gigantic task of coordi-
nating the 14 Hadassah groups in
Greater Miami that will celebrate
Henrietta Szold Day Dec. 12.
Funds derived from the affairs
to be held on that day in honor
of the woman who founded Hadas-
sah, national ladies" Zionist Or-
ganiiation, are earmarked for Ha-
dassah Medical Organizationthe
heart ol Hadassah work in Israel
old Seeder, H.r/cl: .lack I dell. Is-
raeli; Joseph Rogers, Mt Scopus;
Philip Schiff, Menorah; Alan Kes-
sler, Naomi, Abe Greenberg, Hanna
Senesch; Max Glickstein, Shaloma,
The Mesdames Harold Melnick,
Henrietta Szold; Louis Goldman,
Torah; Fannie Levitt and Philip
Botwinik, Chaim Weizmann; and
Baer Zuckerbraun, Stephen S.
Wise
Scheduled are parties and
luncheons, with interesting educa-
tional programs depicting the
growth and work of Hadassah's 43-
j ear-old activity in Israel.
Following are the "H" Day chair-
men and their respective groups
in Greater Miami, who have been
planning for months to make each
group's "H" Day function a suc-
cess.
The Mesdames Quentin Sandier
and Jerome Weitzman, Deborah;
James Lewy, Albert Kinstein; Lil-
lian Goodman, I. R. Goodman; Arn-
HENRIETTA SZOLD group of
Hadassah will celebrate "H" Day
with a special luncheon at the
Saxony hotel on Monday noon, Dec.
12. Mrs. Harold Melnick, chair-
man, will present H. M. O. certifi-
cates to the group "angels" with
guardians and hostesses participat-
ing in the ceremony.
Musical portion of the program
will present Jacqus Cohen, violin-
ist, Mrs. Charles Magda, cellist, and
Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern, at the piano
with Mrs. Sylvia Pass, contralto
soloist.
Program will also include a dra-
matic reading by Sam Hirsch, enti-
tled "The Man from Beer Sheba."
HANNA SENESCH group of
Hadassah will celebrate Henrietta
Szold birthday with a luncheon
Monday, Dec. 12, at the Shelbourne
hotel.
Highlighting the afternoon will
be Mrs. Dorothy Fink, who will
speak on 'My trip to Israel."
Mrs. Sylvia Pass, concert vocalist,
will give several renditions and will
be accompanied at the piano by
Mrs. Margaret Yomen.
Mrs. Irwiii Weinstein, Florida
regional president, will bring greet-
ings. Mrs. Sidney Block is in
charge of reservations.
NAOMI group of Hadassah cc-lc-
Continued on Page 4 B
Beth Jacob Women
Pick Mrs. Makovsky
Mrs. Louis Makovsky has been
elected president of Beth Jacob
Sisterhood.
Other officers named at a meet-
ing in the home of Mrs. Tibor Stern
Monday include the Mesdames Leo
Meyer, honorary president; Harry
Genet, honorary vice president;
Max Schull, treasurer; and Bernard
Kleinman, secretary.
Executive members are the Mes-
dames Malvin Englander, Martin
Genet, Aaron Lerner, Dan Roth,
Saul Krevat, David Krevat, Abra-
ham Safra, Harry Sonz, Jack
Wucher, Morris Frank, Bessie Gal-
but, Bea Shapiro, Harry Zeilinger
and Mrs. Stern.
Newly elected chairman of the
board is Mrs. Helen Rajna. Meet-
ing oT the board will be at her
home Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 6,
at 859 West 47th st.
Former Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson tells the overflow
Former in n qJ ^ Wornen-s dmslon
? ,,tTons such as the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
T IZZ 'instance of private philanthropy's providing
Ifort and od'for the needy." Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levm
Z choZL of ^ second annual conference.
Gunlher Book Scheduled
Third in a series of Tuesday book
reviews, sponsored by the Greater
Miami .chapter of Hadassah, will
take place Tuesday afternoon, Dec.
13. at the Roosevelt Theatre. The
book chosen by Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein is "Inside Africa," by John
Gunther.
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^riday. December
3.
feminine fair: y^Jn the HIKt'S A TIP ON UNUSUAl PlACt CARPS
Chanuka Means Home Festoons Plus
Special Delicacies Like 'Komishbrodt'
i '. upoon vanilla or '- cup
almond flavoring
3 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
l teaspoon -alt
1 '_ cups silvered blanched
almonds
Cream ragar and shortening and
add one ckk at a time, continuing
, to beat after each addition till
smooth Add flavoring, itirring
well. Sift together flour, baking
powder and salt and stir into the
creamed mixture till smooth.
\ ide dough into three parts
easy handling. Roll out each on a
lightly floured board, sprinkle with
almonds, roll up and place on a
By LEAH LEONARD
Make this Chanuka the hap|
and merriest holiday week of the
n tor young ani old Decorate
the living room to your heart's
content, with festooiU oi gailj col
ored paper chains the children can
make, flowers and fruits of the
season, bang banners with "A Hap-
py Chanuka" around, and don't for-
get to polish up the Menorah for
the lights.
For "place cards" at table, how
about using half ot .i rosy-cheeked
apple, polished up ami cored, to
hold a candle-' Insert a Ufesaver
candy for firm hold of candle.
The pom, we always make about 2?2 b-S^ P3,? F"*J?\
fOOd custom- being I potent factor j** r'"' \ I"
in our group continuits Is ponsUnt-' JJ" between for expansion. Brush
ly strengthened by our mail from j """ toPs. """ ;' Uttlc sugar and I
coast to coast In recent week- we water mixture, or sweetened fruit j
have received many requests tor .u,lc0;_for a.R,^0r,and.ha.-.c, 3Vl.
recipes for "good, old fashioned
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is
shown arriving by plane from
her recent trip to Israel, where
she met with many of the
pj. country's leaders. The former
for First Lady is to be a featured
speaker at Joint Distribution
Committee's 41st annual meet-
ing, scheduled for Dec. 15 at
the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in
New York.
a mixing bowl. Add the cooked
mixture, -tiiri.*: lightly, then add
Mining Is loon wAehrly etw*
ed. If mixture is too dry, stir in
a cup chicken broth or hot water,
or any fruit juice available. This
amount should be sufficient to fill
a 6 lb. chicken, capon, midget tur-
key or duckling. For stuffing a
larger fowl or turkey, increase the
ingredients accordingly.
Variation: Add 4 cup finely cut
dry prunes, or diced tart apple
plus .'{tablespoons brown sugar and
a dash of nutmeg or cinnamon.
Variation 2: 1 cup roasted ches-
nuts may be added to basic recipe
for variations.
This dressing may be baked in I
a casserole. Roast the poultry until'
45 ** of compl
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to isn tin lurnun
from tabu
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Scientific research has pnl
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[
Komishbrodt." Perhaps there are
many more readers who are wait-
mi: for such recipes, -o we give
you the following tried and true
it i- a favorite in our family,
with tea i me
Holiday Komishbrodt
(also called Mandelbrodl i
1 cup BUI -11"
cup vegetable shortening
;: i
North Dade Women
Plan Two Functions
Sistei hood ol North Dade Jen ish
Center plans for Sund.u Dec 11. a
.uir and chicken dinner
Booths and dinner will be tea
tured at the atfair which i- sched-
uled from 4 to 8 p m ;it the Center,
10 West Dixie hwaj
On Dec 12 regular meeting of j
the Sisterhood will be devoted to|
.i celebration ol < hanuk.i Slater
hood members will he featured in a
comedy playlet. "Said Hitler to \n
tiOCbUS Also teatured will be a
candielightkig ceremony, musical
selection- and the Center choir
Mrs jack August, program chair-
man, and Mrs Joseph Morgan, co-
chairman, arc m charge oi the pro
im.
Funds for Jerusalem Center
will be the keynoti
minutes at 375 or till lightly
browned Cut into diagonal or
Straight slices an inch wide, in the
pan. while hot. Let cool Remove
with a pancake turner, placing the
cut sides up anil return to oven
for a few minutes to toast or dry
Or shp under broiler flame for
fen minutes, being watchful leal
they burn too rapidly. Turn to
In own il desired These keep well
for weeks m a cox ered metal con-
11.. Variation! can be made by
addii it shreds and or bits
ol chopped candied fruit to the
before rolling
up.
*
Poultry Dressing
(Baa c Recipej
i large onion, diced
4 tablespoons schmaltz
:i single -talks celery, diced fine
j large green pepper, diced fine
'_ cup shredded raw carrot
'_ cup thinly sliced fresh
mushrooms or canned
variety
:i to n>_. cup- grated dry
( hallah or other bread
2 egga
Mj teaspoon powdered garlic
1 teaspoon sad
A dash of white pepper,
paprika and ginger
Saute diced onion n hot melted
schmaltz for 2 minutes before add-
ing the prepared celery, green pep
per. raw carrot. Stir while cooking
over moderate heat for 5 minutes
Add bread crumbs and prepared
mushrooms, stir 1 minute longer
over increased heat. Beat eggs in
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December 9, 1955
^4bout IJfc
**M>nor*to>n
our Special
P COMPANION TO MARINATED R0457jgf
bat is the Festival of the Lights
Without Chanuka Latkes at Table?
UEGINA FRISCHWASSER
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avorltes
and cream ,. until light and thick
Add Um grated peel ^ JJ
and the almond- Prepare toe,
'lei pastry.
Sfrudal P.ury
2 cups flour
toika. like all great holidays.
racial things to eat. Per-
JLir.o^l famous food "extra"
L^nd on the table during
nfrival ol Lights is Chanuka
Trv this recipe:
ChiBok* Latkes
K. potatoes
[hP bread crumhs
iltaspoon salt
^11 beaten i
Jimlfirate potatoes and on-
Hidd slt. Dread erumbs and
Laten eggs Fry in hot oil
Ifcrowned on both sides. Serve
[the meat gravy or with apple
HUrIntd Roast Bf
lb, breast of beet
Wrpoons c hopped parsley
llenon
jeefd onion
[.leaves
salt
Kpoon pepper
Matzo Cracker
Debut Here
_irethe basic ingredients of
pita in snack-' First, muster
Manischeun/ baking skill
laperienee ot over 67 years.
|tfe special advantages of ex-
I.equipment and baking
Blend a zesty, true rye
jfitli a cn-pi.r- ih.it literally
-and the happy result is
[Oitye, the all new. true rye
: matzzo cracker.
^Baking its debut, this de-
ar*' rye matzo cracker
r.uuque and exciting taste
|t the catalogue of favorite
Spread with cheese Nosh
I cracker> make a nippy
I 'hiit lends a lively lift
Rifling from simple school
tUiMpaisticated party cana-
80 bite-size crackers in
thx. it's quick, simple and
[JfWMimicai tn fix stacks of
moment's notice with
Rye
lit leading chains, super,-
p ndenl grocery
lXr'h OB selling for a
P"10** cial Intro-
nee,
Meeker in Talk
flwpter, Mizrachi Women.
PKeir.tiPr.lii,. lea on WedMfr
Roon at Beth El Congre-
">>' Arie Becker, spirf.
of Beth Raphael Con-
peaker,
brVfy Saturday
^Jhancr Ladies' Auxiliary
JJol'.rk Jew.ish (.cmer
"Manuka part) o Satur-
*at the center
Rub the meat with chopped par-
sley lemon Jul, minced onion
and bay leaves. Keep the meat in
a covered pot 24 hours turning it
in the dressing several times Add
salt, pepper and 4 tablespoons sal-
ad oil over it before marinating
Roast the meat in a moderate oven
for three hours, basting it with
the dressing.
*
Filled Appl* Cak
Vi lb. butter
4 cups flour
4 tablespoons sugar
4 eggs
n4 cup sour cream
2 lbs. sour apple-
2 tablespoons crushed almonds
ts cup raisins
4 tablespoons bread crumbs
Cream butter with flour until it
looks like coarse meal. Add sugar,
pinch of salt, egg yolks and sour
cream. Cover and set aside in re-
frigerator for a half-hour. Peel
and cut the apples into small pieces
and mix with raisins, sugar and
cinnamon to taste. Cut the dough
into small pieces and roll out one
, piece.
Place in a greased baking pan.
Spread over this bread crumbs
;and the chopped sugared apples.
Roll out the other half of the
| dough, place on top of the apples
and spread with the white of one
| egg. Sprinkle with two table-
spoons crushed almonds. Bake in
a hot oven 400 until well browned.
6 0
Almond Strudat
'2 lb. almonds
4 eggs
4 cup sugar
1 lemon
L cup oil
Blanch and grind the almonds
Beat the egg yolks, add the sugar
NO SKILL NEEDED
rjg*^ Just mix and bake
DROMEDARY
!258Ki CAKC
iWBEL'l MIXES
make
the cake!
White Cake Mix Yellow Cake Mix
Devil's Food Mix Gingerbread Mix
Pound Cake Mix
Hoaey '0' Spice Cake Mix
ICKEN SOUPS
gQRbWtti \ Flavorful, satisfying, _
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With Matioh Balls
Kreokch Noodles _
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* cup lukewarm water
1 tablespoon oil
1 egg
Sift Hour in a mixing bowl. Make
' depression in the center of the
flour. Mix water, oil and one egg.
Beat it well and add to the flour.
Stir it with a knife until well mix-
1,1 Knead a soft dough and let
,:""1 ha" hour Roll the dough on
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South Biscayne Pt. rd.. Miami Beach; Miss Barbara Ginsburg,
junior class representative. 2850 Prairie ave., Miami Beach; Dr.
Lewisohn; Miss Donna Makovsky, 3414 Prairie ave., Miami
Beach; and Miss Audrey Freitel, 537 Marmore ave., Coral
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_Fridqy- December 9
Hadassah Groups Schedule Functions to Mark 'IT Day Here
f" Continued from Page 1 B
brated "H" Day with several card
parties on Thursday nyjht. Pro-
ceeds will go to Hadassah Medical
Organization.
STEPHENS S. WISE group of
Haddassah's Henrietta S/ohl Day
luncheon is on Monday. Deo. 12. in
the Scheherazade room of the Al-
giers hotel. Guest speaker will be
Urs. Irwin Weinstein.
DEBORAH group of Hada^;ih
*>i)l hold its annual Henrietta Szold i
Day luncheon on Monday. Dec. 12, |
in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers
h. tel.
A musical show. "Dogpatch
I dies." directed by Mrs Harold
W nn. will be presented. Mrs.
Jerome Weitzman and Mrs. Quen-
tin Sandier are in charge of reserv-
ations.
SHALOMA group of Hada< v celebrate the birthday of Hen
rietta Szolri with an "H" Day lunch
at the Roney Plaza hotel, OK
M nday. Dec. 12. A tribute enm-
iorating the life of Henrietta
d and Chanuka has been plan-
Mrs. Willimm I. featr
soprano, will be featured in a pre-
sentation of sotm>
In charge of reservation* are
Mrs M (ihckstcin and Mrs. J.
A special musical arrangement Lat^ner
bj the Flagler- Granada choral! ,. ,.,
ip will be presented. ( ommemorat.ng the founding of
DlSothy Roth, prominent New"" DaV.|Mo"dfJ' ^ 12' T?RAH
a k Yiddish theater actress and sroup will be hostesses for lunch-
_______________________________eons given in their homes.
JMVlsah will celebrate Henrietta Szold
Day with an all games party at the
Algiers hotel on Tuesday evening.
Dec 13. *
Reservations may be made with
Miss Ellr}ari Goodman, Mfs. William
Keller and Mrs 'Oyu- tWteJ.
Arraignments, eom>ltute ar
Hisses Molly Katz. Ceil Rubin.
Esther Goodman. Beulah Davis and
Mrs Isidore Cook.
On Dec 12, MENORAH group of
Hadassah will have its annual H-
Day luncheon at the Biscayne Ter-
race hotel.
Chairman Mrs Philip Schiff and
Mrs. Marvin Zank have announced
that members will serve as models
for a fashion show by Althea's of
Coral Gables, coordinated by Mrs.
Martin Fine.
A comedy skit entitled "How to
Press on a Budget." .written by
Mrs. Sam Stark and Mrs. Leonard
W'olpe. will provide the hilarious
contrast.
Decorations on a Chanuka theme
will be carried out by Mrs. Charles
Cropper and Mrs. George Simon.
ISRAELI group of Hadassah will
celebrate Henrietta Szold Day on
Monday. Dec. 12. in the Alladin
room of the Algiers hotel with a
luncheon.
Mrs Michael Edell and Mrs. Sam
Kirschner will give a musical pro-
gram. A film. "Where Does It
HERZL group of Hadassah will Hurt." will be shown, and Rabbi
celebrate the birthday of Henrietta Jonah Capian wjh be the guest
Gables Sisterhood Baiaar
To follow Menorah Lighting J"* a)Tht0c on 02?"' ***
. ,. ,. Dec 12. in the Sans Souci hotel. chain
Sisterhood of Coral GeWei Jew- F(.aUm>d on the program Wlll ^ | tnai"
i-h Center announces the opening
"i -heir annual bazaar on Saturday
unn. Dec. 10. at the Canter.
a fashion show by the Harriet
Stroke Shop. Harriet Stroke will be
moderator. Musical background
Mrs
..agner will appear in a dju-
at the outdoor lighting of the Me- ||caJ prof,ram
rman
Jack Udell.
of the day is Mrs
Chanuka family night is planned. wj|, bc bv Dr Harok, Ml||on
i ih Rabbi Morris Shop officiating |Vter w WI a in
.ih
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Monday. Dec. 12. ALBERT 1TH-
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I Mb. Joseph Shapiro, chairman, and Mrs. David Seid, co-
|chairman, discuss plans for Hebrew Academy Women's build-
ling fund celebration Tuesday, Dec. 13.
llUl SPIRIT Of CHANUKA
jilding Fund Celebration Due Tuesday
In a festive Chanuka spirit, a luncheon honoring all women workers
[the past year for the building fund campaign will be held at the
! of Mrs Jo-eph Zemel. 3121 Prairie ave.. Tuesday noon. Dec. 13.
Entitled to attend are those who have collected $18 thai, or more
the building fund banks.
According to Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, chairman, the project launched
one year ago by the Hebrew Academy Women will celebrate
l first birthday at this luncheon.
[Nathaniel Zemel, a ninth grade student at the Hebrew Academy, will
on "The Maccabees of Today." Frances Berliner, well known
and musician, will render Israeli songs.
Cfrchairman of the affair is Mrs. David Seid. Serving on the oom-
>are the M. -dames Irving Firtel, Sidney Ruhinowitz. Isidore Spol-
I, Daniel Yedlin. Benjamin Kornreich, Samuel Grundwerg, Rose
I and Joseph Zemel.
Student$ to Present Brahms 'Alto Rhapsody' Here
.Utug Music Studio, 919 i the University of Miami, at the Mia-
23rd ct. will present seven mi Woman's Club.
*>. .- .w ...i. nk l Soloist will be Eleanore Forgio-
in the Alto Rhapsody. ne choraJ parts jnclude Carrje Lea
Notanne Brahms on Dec. 15. IPellieer. Marvine Christmas, Pat
I Th* presentation will be part of Kubala. Walda Smart, Jude Larson
lecture by Dr F.dward Clark, of'and Marsha Sampson.
I&5 ??men t0 Ho|w National Leader atFarewell Lunch
JJ* Sidnev Le. national first
wK'Jr* Kof Pioneer Wome"
who haS beer, honored at a number
?n/hnCer .Wo" 'unction, dur-
">8 the past several week* while
ZTT\>n Miami Beach wih
her husband will be guest of honor
at a farewell luncheon given by the
Councl of Pioneer Women at he
home of Mrs. Sam Wilensky. pres.-
dent of Club I. Wednesday noon,
Appropriately, guests at the
luncheon will contribute to Moet-
m! i*^*!.01, ,he fund of whi<-n
Mrs. Leff has been national chair-
man Mrs. Wilensky la contribut-
ing the food.
Mrs. Leff. in addition to her du-
ties within the organization, is
president of the conference com-
mittee of the National Jewish
Women's Organizations, represent-
ing over one million women. She is
a member of the board of directors
of the Jewish National Fund, mem- i
ber of the executive of the Ameri-
can Zionist Council, member of the
Administrative Board of Histadrut,
member of the Advisory Commit-
tee of the American Jewish Con-
gress and was a member of the
World Zionist Congress in Jerusa-
lem in 1952.

Mrs. Joseph Krantz, past presi-
dent of Club I of Pioneer Women,!
will be honored at a testimonial
dinner given by Club I at the Royal
Hungarian restaurant, Sunday eve-
ning, Dec. 18.
Mrs. Krantz has been a worker
in Club I for a number of years. She
served two years as recording sec-
retary and four years as president.
At present, she is chairman of
Moetzet Hapoalot, which fund is
used in Israel by the Working
Women's Council to maintain ,
large network of social service in-
stitutions for the rehabilitation of
women, youth and children.
Chairman of the testimonial, is
MVi. Henry Seitlin, also a past
president, who now holds the posi-
tion of Child Rescue chairman.
Sonia Weiss will entertain the
group with her singing, it has been
announced by Mrs. Sam Wilensky,
president.
*
During the week of Chanuka, a
series of latke parties will be held
by members of Kadimah chapter to J
benefit their Moetzet Hapoalot
fund. Coordinator of the parties is,
Mrs. Jacob Weiss.
Mrs. Weiss will be co-hostess
with Mrs. Israel Goldman for a
party at Mrs. Goldman's home, 44
Palermo ave., Coral Gables. Other
party hostesses include Mrt?.' Abra-
ham Kasow, 2100 SW 21st at.; IV!rs.
Dorothy LeBow, 2222 SW 12th St.;
Mrs. Jacob Raffel, 2740 SW 28th .
and Mrs. William Sokolof, 500 NW
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Proceeds of the affair will go to
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In charge of arrangements are
Sandy Frogel, Rita Teitel, Elaine
Schwartzman and Phyllis Doshay.
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A
(noil apoakur at the workshop oi tho Coun-
dl ol I'liiiMit Ti-ui ln'i Associations o| the
li'wmh schools ol GrouttM Mmnn was Dr.
A/ii'-l 1 liaonboro;, mi'! utive vice president
<>t id.- |. wi;.li education Committee of New
York City. The workshop was held at Beth
David Congregation on Nov. 33 and Dec. 1.
Left to right are Mrs. Manuel Smith, Mrs.
Isidore Bakst, Dr. Eisenberg. Mrs. Matilda
H. Ratner and Mrs. Benjamin Greene.
Youth to Help Stage Sisterhood Chanuka Festival
Siitorh.....i of Zamora Jewish Wednesday night, Dae m 11m en agora; Hfrbeil Rabnutein, Jay
lei announces thai youth lire evenin I being planned and Davidow, Leah Rabinowich, Je-
""'i1 between the afaa of 18 to 18 programmed b) tha youth, under rome Daviea, Btanleji Klein, Irving
" participatini in ihelr annual tha direction ol Mrs Barnard Gordon, c.ii Barton, Harriet Oatrie
I I1.11111I..1 l,"li\..l Mill.....*.......... ..u,.:_______ 11. .....I BkMM lt,l>n.,.HJ
( hanuka fentival
1 in event will 1 'k.
I'l.u e
Millar, program ehahrmaa Ira and Bharon EMamond.
"ii Ro < Oalton, Judaiara ko the Home Norhj Art/, r <>f m freshman
chairman, i- handling tha choral oho la aailatlng Mrs QaHon, Mel-
group f vin Gohhrtain, aototat, head the
Tha spirit ol (hanuka will he da choral group, which includes Ellen
pictad in a doeumotftar) pogaonl wid Linda DolowMs, Judy Fabric-
IllflllfllirrltP llllh entltlid -The Chanuka LigHU....."' Kl-"nc Kranzler. Marlene
IMUUIJUI CJIC V.IUU |{,.f,..shn,..n. ,- .,...... 1. I>"walsky and Ksther Brenner.
k. r,s.,., committee, beaded Sru,il;i (nen Wll| p|Wjde tho
I Mi hi,. Diamond, igjchldoa piano accompaniment. Technical
Mrs Irving Dean, Mrs Berry assistants will be Jerry Marks and
Wedneadt) night Dec u in tha Grand, Mrs Minna Cohen. Mrs Klliot Dcutsch. Henry Paul will be
new lucerne hotel rhii ,ll ha Flam Ifanda, Mrs [.,,, Dnl.nutz m charge oMiehtina:
the Inaugural affair In tha hotel's llhl M, ,_.:., ,..., M '".""ng.
ana aira trying M.-m thtmn will be Linda Diamond
cast includes the folloOing teen and Paul Koaaner.
^Friday, DecemU.
Lauderdale Temple ^;Sr^A
Marks Ar^r-ry ^Tz:Bv
OfSpkteadei;r--
r leader of.Temple BaT.
Temple Kmanu-EI. Ft. l.auder Mami Beach, was toaihJ
dale, celebrated the 25th weddine. Joining her parenuH
anniversary during Friday evening ,heir 25th wedding anni'la
aenrlcaa last week of spiritual lead- Joan Ranson Tabcr t"1
(i Kahhi and Mrs. Marius Ranson ,er N.Y.
Louis Sterling. congregation
i president, revealed the dedication
of a new religious school rocr.i in
honor of Rabbi Ranson.
Offering greetings were pre si
I __^__
Oneg Shabbat Series Opens
Beth Israel Congregation com-
menced its annual Friday evening
Oneg Shabbat on Dec. 2, according
to Morris Weinstein, president. In
honor of Jewish Book Month. Rabbi
H. Louis Rottman discussed "Your 1
Jewish Book Shelf."
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board of directors of .he Greater 7&TI '"T""1 Pxpects to Pro-"
M.am, Jewlri.PMer.tion Women' S fhe dS?^| f ^^rj
Division has been call.-,! hv presi- ,he ,,.. '*" in view :
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I Major item for consideration h> ,,iiXTone h"urd member* m.
the newly elected group wl ,. J [ *! at the recent Women'- Bi-i
Keneral discussion of plan* f..r the ? conference. They represent
lmmtoentQ)inbInWJewiih Appeal Ski Women's ww&lons,
,and the role to be played by the "' and national, and .he
women's unit when campaigning ,.- y ;'r""1' Wl" now fane-
for Your HEALTH'S SAKE visit A CHIROPRACTOR
Or. Arthur H. Shapiro
350 LINCOLN ROAD, SUITE 526
PHONE JE 1-0813
.*-
r 1 women s unit when campaigning K"" ;'r""'' w'" no* fnnc- i
I LgeU under way in January, 1956 ~ '" :,s Ml-fledged, authorized ,
According to Mrs Lehrman, the l"",1 "' "'" Greot Miami lewish !
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DROSD LUGGAGE & NOVELTY CO.
The Best for Los," Genuine Leather Belts and Luggage
According to Mrs l..-hrmnn. the EJJ* '
Fedwati >" a year round basis.
SlSterhoCiH Pnrfu i ?fficers- '" addition to Mr-
Jnicmwoa rOrTV Uhnnan. include: vice presidents
'Slindav Fvpninn .' Stcn,ej Myers' Ml" S(,|l~
\ i 'M,,7 Evening Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff; cor-
J I Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew "'I"""'""-; secretary, Mrs. Samuel
J .School and Congregation will hold N Fredland; recording secretary,
, their annual Chanuka parts In the Moe Fein8oW; parliamentar-
social hall of the synagogue Sunday la"' Ml" Aiina Brenner Ueyi
evening, Dec. 11.
luggage & Shoes Repaired Affiliated with KING'S SHOE REBUILOERS
1679 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH PHONE j 8-9487
!
in. Louis Bidcrmon
Voters View
Issues Here
tcounty and an international
sent both came in for discus-
the up;- citings of the
.,( Won i Voters of Miami
i tii week
r were he lied for Monday
i at the h me of Mrs. Ber-
jer, 1823 Prairie tve., and
by Horning ... the home of
Icharles St. n 5039 Delaware.
tpropo- rule amend-
to the -' ite constitution
k could give Dads county the
[to chco-r its own form and
of gou-rnment was dis-
I at the .- it by Mrs. Randy
9, county government chair-
(nemoraU the early Dc-
1 anniversary of the signing
Universal Declaration of
Rights m the United Na-
_Genera! A -embly, the
unit inducted an
I and discussion of the Dec-
Mr- I mis Biderman,
of the Miami Beach
of the American Associa-
rthe United,Nations, served
chairman.
At the same time. Sisterhood will
honor H. M. Drtwich, president of
the congregation, on his 73th birth-
day.
Mrs. Michael Blank is chairman
Of the event. She will be assi
by the Mesdames Benjamin Sokol-'
off, Gabe Pearlman. Millie Hani
son. Kuny Zciss. George Goldberg.:
F'rieda Rappaport. Saul Bern
and Harry Bobrow.
Mrs. Philip Bcndell is chairman
of the group.
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THE FAMOUS 24-YEAR
HEBREW-ENGLISH
CALENDAR!
ITS FREE FOR OUR
READERS!
All dates up to Rosh Hosh-
anah in 1958(
Mizrachi Women
Mark Chanuka
Annual Chanuka event of Miami
Beach and Tamara Mizrachi Worn-
en will be held Sunday evening.
Dec. 11, at the Blackstone hotel.
According to Mrs Alfred Stone
and Mrs. I. Eiaenstein, presidents
of the two groups, an elaborate
show featuring top stars and out-
standing talent of the English and
Yiddish stage has been arranged
for the evening, .
Valuable items and beautiful
Chanuka gifts will be made avail-
able by Mrs. Charles Turk, of Miz-
rachi Women.
Chairmen for the evening are
Mrs. Edna Sells and Mrs. Morris
Dubler.
of
Sholcm
ten Hear Taik
>i Leon Kronish. spiritual
of Tempi, Beth Sholom.will
"Anne Prank's Diary"
aext meeting of the Sister-
' Temple Beth Sholom on
lay al.cnu.on, Dec. 14, in
Hf banquet hall, according
Irving B Kaplan. Sister-
President
1 A. Durhm. chairman of
'.explained that "in view of
wityot the play on Broad-
hook takes on new inter-
ne are delighted that our
Wl review .his important
~ us."
All Hebrew and English datea
from 1934 to 1958. All Jewish
holidays up to 1967..;
A new edi.inn haa rooie of the preea
of tht.M-Y.ar Hrbrfw-Enlih Calendar
thai hai ln *o valuable to hundreda
of rtninitl of Jewieh families. Thie
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for breakfast, $1.25 for luncheon, $1.35 for dinner.
"Hospitality Hour* each afternoon a treat of Florida ^
orange juice and coffee.
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Coming this Winter!
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+ if**i Fridc
Miss Friedman Weds Mi*. Harrison;
Chooses Nylon Tulle Over Taffeta
was a brown tweed .suit with brown
and cinnamon color accessories.
The couple flew to Jamaica and
In a hit>h noon ceremony on Sun-
day, Dec. 4, in the Garden room
of the Sheraton-Biltmore hotel.
Providence, R I. atlas Lenore Edna
Friedman, daughter of Mrs. Bert
Friedman, 1975 Alton rd Miami
Beach, ind the late Kdward Fried
man. became the bride ol Nathan
Benjamin Harrison, 100 Of Mrs Ida
I. Herri! in, Worcester, Masi
The bride n In man
by her eonsin, Irs Neimark, of
l Rabbi William Braube IllSllPiinCe fciXGC
ted. |) I it
it, k w lo Reside nere
erlur shers were Dr Da-| Donnini her grcat-grandmoth-
after their honeymoon will make
their home at 802 84th st.. Miami
beach.
A luncheon was served after
the ceremony at the Sheraton-Bilt-
more.
Student Teacher,
In celebration of their 29th wedding annivmarv .
entertained 22 guests at a recent dinner a?h Phi,i
NY., were their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. ad m1ig fr'
With Max and wife Mirl*M .-.. .n. c...L' ** B.
Anl'i
With Max and wife Marten, was son Stephen P.* \^\BB*
at his grandparents- reaidence. 643 West ave comfortabl d
Pi Lambda Phi af Dartmouth College in' Hanover N H "t **
for membership Miami Beach's Warren Jam** Or*i, has'
of the Max Oovitset, of 6000 North Bay rd n : ne's'
Walters are back for the winter in their home at 404?w*
after a vacation spent at their summer house in Bethel M '
The Murray Levants, 915 8th st.. Miami Beach ,,' '" "
friends of the birth of their son. Howard Rob.rt \,, PcUdln
on Nov. 28 Ecstatic grandparents are the Jack Lev.ntthJrK
COCKTAILS fOK MIS MTMDAf NIW MIAMI BtACHITlS
Oirl Scout leader Mrs. Sol Goldsttin ha, returned from tk
.national Girl Scout convention in San Francisco Mr al
finance chairman of the Scout Council here an.l t,\
woddtng ring, Rtii Leila Gross Miami jicach Lili and Joseph Dontov are iwndingisiH
friends for cocktails Dec. 18 at their Alton rd home '"fw*
Joe's seventieth birthday ... "***
Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mrs. Sally Gardner are hack fromm
through Hot Springs. Chicago and New Orleans \ew rJ"j
Miami Beach arc Mr. and Mr*. Harry Rosen, who came from 1
Va. Former business people, the Rosens are now retired
live at 1119 Collins ave. Also retired to the Beach i. j0
Schlesinger .
Friends note that Joe has relinquished operating hi* Economy'
in Miami and has moved across the Bay to make his home at thel
mont hotel .
n, from West Newton, Mass .
and Barrie Shore, cousin ol the
m from Providence
Mrs Dan I I Neastadt, matron of
1 r, fri m Weal Newton, Haas.
sister I the {room, wore .i I
became the bride of Robert Brown
candlelight ceremonies Nov. 23
at the Algien hotel Rabbi M.ncr
\! ramon it/ officiated
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. John B. Cross. 711
satin street-length gown r- 8f>th st. The groom'i parents are
ned autumn colored mums
The bridal gown of nylon tulle
the David M. Browns. 650 85th st.
The bride chose a blush pink
Mrs. Nathan Harr'nom
fitted bodice, squared neckline and
eevea The neckline
ves were highli",hted
Mitchell, Chariff
Wed on Beach
"
Leon Kroni.sh oi ''th Sho-
Mi re; I hel Miti beH 111
24.
ide i- the daughter of
and Mr- M rns in, of
.' sej City. \ i nd the b
m pan at an Mr
hariff.
> liven in m 0J her father.
bride ch >-. a dress ol blue and
'Irs H..u it! was matron of
h
The new 1\weds are honeymoon
,n Cuba.
over white taffeta was styled with wedding gOWB Of nylon tulle and
lace She carried a Bible decorated
nd uith white orchidl
11 The brutes sister. Mrs. Robert
hand clipped chantilly lace 1 he Gregg, was matron of honor. Best
bouffant skirt of nylon tulle was ,,-, was Jerome Groan, the brides
also accented with the lace medal- brother, from Washington, D.C
lions. Her four-tiered 1 tench ll- Junior bridesmaid was Maxine
lusion veil w..s attached to a lace Kasselman Sharon Kasselman and
tor the bride by her j.iniia Klein were flower i;,rls Ish-
aunt. Mrs Dotty Edelman, included Sherman Cardon, Rob-
\ native Miamian, the former crt c.reeg. David Perl, Lee Brody,
in attended the I m- Jav Schwartzman and Martin Am-
sit) "i > bicago and received her ,u.r
RECUPERATING
NOTED AT AN OWING BR/ff VISITORS
ree at the University of
.she is a member of Alpha
Ion 1'hi social sorority. She
Mrs Brown is now a student
teacher at Miami Shores Elemen-
tary School She. studied at the
srai Media director at August Dorr University of Miami. Her husband
ami
The groom attended schools in
Worcester and was graduated from
Clark University there Be s,r\ed
as a bombardier in the 15th Air
Force during World War II.
The brides traveling costume
I- associated with Prudential Life
Insurance Co. here.
Following a honeymoon trip to
Cuba, they will reside at 12615 NE
11th ave.. North Miami.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN BITTCK, Conductor
IAKLU5 CHAVEZ
Guest Conductor
ZABALETA
Harpist
SUNDAY EVI., DEC. 11th. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM, 8:30
MONDAY EVE., DEC. 12th, DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM, 8:30
Snge Ticket! S3 00, *2 50. S2.00. Si.75. $1.50. $1.00
U. of M. Symphony Office MO 1.4960. M. 8. Auditorium JE 1-0447:
Otae County Auditorium HI 6-9230: Cordelia't: Amidont in Coral Cable*
The Fred Epsteins are in their Miami Shores home from St 1
for his recuperation ... A member of the Explorers Club, Fred isi
of 'Thirty Years of Travel and Adventure in 80 Countries.*'
book's publication has been delayed pendinu Fred's recovery ...|
V. Aromon, founder of the Ronson Lighter Company was in tovnl
ly. vacationing at the Saxony .
Noted taking in the gay and colorful scene at the
Tropical Park, despite the rain prior to peat-time, wi re the J
in the crowd of the Turf club .. .
A cocktail party will launch the two-day bazaar of North
chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, Saturday evening at Hibiscus Lod{
After months of preparation, the bazaar opens at 7pm and
through midnight Dec. 10, and resume again at noon, Dec. 1Lj
through 12 p.m. ...
COlWTtr STOtf CHUCRWAG0N FIFTH AVE. STUES
Chairman of the complicated and exciting affair is Mrs. Mark 1
stein She reports that merchandise and novelties representatil
various sections of the nation, will be featured in appropriate I
exhibits .
Co-chairman Mrs. Lawrence Weston, noting that proceeds
B'nai B'rith projects, highlights the chapter's New England
store, a far-western chuckwagon. a Mississippi carnival, styles fn
York's Fifth ave.. and many Lincoln rd. items. .
Assisting in arrangements are Mrs. Jerald C. Fishbein, Mai
Shaw and Mrs. Charles Zeilinger .
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9. 1955
Decwnbei
CftAmdur
Erticusc Kites
A i Amdur took
, C Bdbo- to be his
^wrdiy at the Hotel Syra-
KKcuse. N Y. Steven i.s
J*E and Mrs. Allen J.
'south Shore dr.. for
Rj'fliaou. liarbara Is the
j^ofMr. an.! Mrs. Harry A.
a Fulton. N \
uhride's costume was princess
fjcrvpeau do sole empire
Ljh square neckline and
lemLroidery. and short shirred
Idrfrt ha'! satin panels with
Ttobroiden I motlfi down
k t0 ihe court train. Her
! pearls held
v Her bouquet
| "N and san-
ii: liage. .
wore violet
,t baskets of
, and '< ,n* wncat
itir-ueel.
_ Amdur. the bridegroom's
.an.
ling to New
hnd then I two weeks to
Hij3 for their wedding trip.
Hi Amdur'." release from ac-
ititetlH ( i will vacation
i Beach ling Cuba and
After i I they will be
utm Chici i at 5815 Sheri-
U^l^ncrMiarj
Ruwitch Reveals Addition of Keys to
AJC Program Honoring Judge Rifkind
Page 9B
'ednesday accepted
the program chairmanship of the
SSSrcg,on-American ****
SL n. -ee,c-annual dinner honr-
mg Judge Simon Rifkind
The dinner will be held Sunday
evemnu. Dec. ,8. at Westview
Coun,ry flub Ruwitch told Dr
Kurt Peiser, Keneral cha
the dinner, that he
.. several
years ago," Ruwitch said "By
means of animated drawings, it il-
lustrates the harm done to a demo-
cratic society where divisions of
People are made on the basis of
color, origin and economic status
'The film," he added, "points
r kU a uC Is bound,y ne be-
MJss Lenore Gillman
Gillman, Silvcrman
Eye Dec. 18 Rites
Dec. 18 is the date which Mi--
Lenore Gillman and Leon .1 Silver
man have chosen for their wedding.
It will take place in Philadelphia.
Annoucing their plans this week
are her parents. Mr and Mr-
Joseph Gillman, ?18 SW 4th ave.
Mr. Silverman is the -,, ol Mr
and Mrs. James Silverman, Phila
delphia.
Miss Gillman is a graduate of
Miami High School. Her pro-pec
tive bridegroom was educated in
Philadelphia schools and is an ap-
prentice pharmacist.
my
t*
Cleins Announce
Marilyn's Betrothal
Mr. and lira. Keubm J. Clein.
2637 Flamingo dr.. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
| Marilyn Lois, to Donald H Shakt
.man.
Marilyn's fiance is the son of
I Mrs. Gertrude Shaktman, 1045 Len-
ox ave.
The bride-elect graduated from
[Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Alabama
jand the University of Miami. Her
1 sorority is Phi Sigma Sigma.
Mr. Shaktman graduated from
Miami High, attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and spent 18 months
with the United States Marines.
, -------- -- -a.-. HITCC Mini}
the post in full recognition of the i *.,
importance of the Deei! HSL y? as appearcrt in "wl -
kno judge ffind will brinB ; PH'tUres' is a formor wdio an"
message Ol ..lit" ~er and currentIy st;irs a
Miamians concerned with the pro 11 h 7" P****" "
rp^ewH^^
',:;.;;;; "l "'" *"** Ruwitch came to Miami in July,
,.'.,. I% l947' When Mitchell Wolfson. co-
"UWtcn immediately announced owner of Wometeo Theaters and
,,",,"' Key*. hn actor and not- wart.me Colonel in the American
op personalities to appear during offering him a position as WTVJ
me ,\.i( dinner program honoring executive assistant. Ruwitch is a
""'-'' l"lKII"! I member of the Society for the Ad-
Ruwitch explained that Keys. vancement of Management atid has'
who is known to Miamians for his Consistently endeavored to operate
TV performance as the "Vaga- Channel 4 "under the principles of
bond," will narrate the prize-win- .multiple management."
In addition, the WTVJ executive
has devoted a great deal of his
time personally to becoming a part
of the local community. He sm ak-
in behalf of Community Chest,
Cerebral Palsy, ymca, Variety
Club and Mental Health Society.
He is a member of the board of
the latter society and also of the
local chapter of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
He is vice president of the Dadc
county citizens' committee for edu-
cational television and i.s a mem-
ber of the Florida State Museum
l'Uklng-ton
lotion Queen at Miami
High School is Ina
. 16. The daughter of
and Mrs. Leopold L.
X 4266 Chase ave., the
I a the 27th girl to reign
Coronation Festival, big
event of the year at
High.
ps Reveal
ps Marriage
id Mr- Sidney Kalm, 2131
"have, are telling friends of
[image ol their daughter,
L^. to Allan KlowiU, of
towny took r .,(,. Nov. 19 in
ihrael, S iuth orange, N.J.
r spending their honeymoon
** Countrv Club in New
!* newlyweds will live in
Bon. N.j.
(fcwiti,- the son of Mr. and
Elowit. Newark.
Joint Meeting features
North Shore Chaiwka fete
Joint meeting of the North Shore
Men's lodge and Women's chapter
of B'nai B'rith was held this week
at the North Shore Jewish Center.
Among the honored guests were
president of the Florida State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Women,
president of the South Florida
Council of B'nai B'rith Women;
presidents of all chapters in the
South Florida area and their dele-
gates and representatives from
Miami Beach High School.
Entertainment followed a brief
business meeting. Highlight of the
' program was a Chanuka play por-
ttrayed by members of North Shore |
! lodge and chapter. Mrs. George
Baltuch, chapter president, offici-
iated for the North Shore Women's
chapter.
Alan Keys
Council and Miami Chamber o
Commerce.
Peiser Wednesday revealed that
reservations for the Dec. 18 affair
at Westview are pouring into
AJCommittee headquarters at 213
NE 2nd ave. In addition, he an-
nounced the appointment of a nom-
inations committee, including Van
I Myers, chairman, Arthur Friedman
| and Richard Wolfson, to come up
, with a slate of officers for election
j during the dinner honoring Judge
I Rifkind.
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ir parties
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Rabbis Observe
JNF Sabbath
Friday. Dec. 2. was designated as
Jewish National Fund Sabbath
by the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, Rabbi Irving Lehr
man, president, announced
Special prayers for the safety
and security of Israel were re
cited in congregations ol Ihe city,
with rabbis bringing the in.
of the JNF to the worshippers
The Jewish National Fund is the
organization which supplies the
funds for soil reclamation and
-helps to settle lmminran*- 'n ll>1'|
far flung agricultural settlenenti
throughout Israel.
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Guests Will
Honor Alan
Alan, son of Mr and Mrs. Philip
Sinclair, will become- Bar Mit/v.ih
daring Saturday morning services.
Dec 10, of Temple Don. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman. spiritual leader,
will officiate.
Alan is a seventh grade student
;it Miami Junior High School and
attends the reHgloui school of
Temple Zion. He is a member of
Boj Seoul Troop 343.
Out-of-town guests at the cete-
monj will lw Mrs S Tunick, of
Minneapolis. Minn., and Mr. and
Mr- If. Sinclair. Detroit, Mich.
Guests Of honor will also include
his grandmother, Mrs. R. Abcrman.
and Miss J. Aberman. Miami Beach.
The Sinclairs will be hosts at the
Friday evening Oncg Shabbat.
Joy StrtiTC
Mitzvah Sata
Jay Lawrence Ra*h
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man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Saifman. will take place at the
North Shore Jewish Center on
Saturday, Dec. 10. Rabbi May-1
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reception will be held on Sun-.
day evening at the Algiers ho-
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Claudia -Bobianne Bialolenki.
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Bialolenki, will celebrate her
Bas Mitzvah Saturday, Dec. 10,
during the 9 a.m. service. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Claudia is a ninth grade stu-
dent of the Whitefield Private
School and attends Temple
Emanu-H religious school.
Bas, Bar Mihv<
Due at Beth D<
A Bas and Bar Mitzvah will
ture Saturday morning see
j Dec. 10. at Beth David Syo
, Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg wil)1
ciate. with Cantor William
! rendering the muical portia
the liturgy.
Susan, daughter of Mr. and]
Max Fishman. and Steven, i
Mrs. Ethel Mishket, will be;
pals during the services
Susan is an eighth grade i
at Shenandoah Junior High!
and has been attending Beth I
religious .school for the past J
years.
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lo right are Bob Herris, Coral Gables Jewish Center
Lrhood and secretary-treasurer of Bus Benches, Inc.,
Sylvan Lebow, New York, executive director of the
,al Federation of Temple Brotherhoods and a member
board ot directors of Religion in American Life; and
., J. Hirsch, Miami, president of Temple Israel Brother-
fand newly elected board member of NFTB. Bus Benches,
has qiven 15 benches here dedicated to Religion in
jican Life theme.
Ml GROUP INVESTITURE AT GABIES
I Inducted by Temple Federation
fInitial group investiture into the National Federation Of Temple
whorx!- was staged this week at the Coral Cables Jewish (inter
bapressivc and colorful ceremony.
finder the direction of Rabbi Morris Skop, Maurey Ashman, Broth-
president, and Bob Brenner, ritual chairman, 18 men, repre-
[H class ol 2 |e Federation, comprising 330 temple clubs with 5fi.OOO members
[United States and Canada, has its headquarters in the House of
[Judaism in New York City. Purpose'of the Brotherhood i- to
keen of a religious group develop a consciousness of their position
InsponMhility in their community.
[Sjlvan Lebow executive director of the National Federation,
ion the Jew- rightful place in the community and their obligation
[tourey Ashmann. president, said, "We hope to bring about an
itiop of.the Jewish men of the community into a group with a
I cultural and social program."
[Along with Ashmann newly elected officers of the brotherhood are
[Heckcrlin^. dr>t vice president; Walter Goldstein, second vice
nt; Ed Dorit, third vice president; Dr. B. Yesoer, secretary; Sid
i treasurer; and Paul Safer, financial secretary.
Fight Against Palsy
Will Depend Upon
'56 Campaign Here
l'u,l|n' 'f the continuing fight
fg cerebral pal* wi .,,
'" ree on the siiccest ol
next year- United I erebral Palsy
^'OT. Charles H. Netter. p,
Jnl of United Cerebral Palij ol
, Miami, declared here Wednesdaj
Wetter just returned from Bos-
wn, where he attended United
Cerebral Palsy's sixth annual con-
vention together with hundred-
other delegates from all stat
the I nion.
"All ol u- were resolved," Netter
stated, -that only an intensification
"' the I CP re-earch program and
n extension of local rehabilita-
tion services can hasten the day
when all of the cerebral palsied re-
ceive the help they bo desperately
need or when we can prevent some
cases of CP, We were much encour-
d bj the addresses of leading
Cientists Who reported on their re-,
-earch projects and b) the panel
discussions on clinical and educa-1
tional services for children and
adults with cerebral palsj
"Preparation tor our Telethon
on Jan, 21 and 22. Netter continu-
ed will start Immediately so that
an all-out effort can be made to
raise this Community's -hare of the
ten million nation goal."
In addition to Netter. other local
UCP leaders who attended were
Louis Ctiilman. Kendrick McCor-
mick. McCregor Smith. Jr.. Mrs.
Claire Aden GUSSOW, Mrs. Abra-
ham Wasserman. Dr. Donald A.
Schultz. Mrs. Irene Dittrich, Georgj
Hoover, Miss June Cutting and
Franklin F. Saunders. George
Hoover was reelected regional vice
president for this area.
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Jewish Center.
Photographers
In Library Talk
Carroll Seghers II. international-
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links, former executive editor of
I.ile magazine, spoke on "The Cam-
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gram was one of the "Florida
Author" -erics presented in the
library auditorium.
1 Seghers attended Yale Univer-
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School of Law and has been a pilot
in the Air Force as well as aij air-
line pilot. He started taking pic-
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prize in the only contest for pro-
fessional photographers which Life
magazine has ever sponsored.
Hicks, who joined Life as pic-
ture editor in the magazine's first
year and for 13 years developed
the corps of photographers who
nerve that picture magazine today.
is now teaching a pioneer course
in photo-journalism at the Univer-
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Continued from Faff*) 1 A
an old machsor publish**! in Salon-
ika. The Hebrew of the aeroM and
details About its orit** la found, in
the commentary to the "Seder Aka>
dat Yisrsel" compiled by Isaac ben
Aryeh Joseph Dov. (the popularly
known Baer Siddur). The Scroll of
the Hasmoneans is also published
in the Daily Prayer Book of Philip
(Paltiel) Birnbaum, with an excep-
tionally fine English translation.
The original Aramaic text, with the
Hebrew printed side by side, is
available in the "Sefer Hamoadim"
(Volume V). There are authorities
who express the view that the
scroll may have been written even
before the Book of Maccabees.
The origin of the Chanuka ob-
servance is given in a crisp, short'
comment in the Talmud (Shabat
21b): "When the Hasmoneans pre-
vailed against the Greeks, they
searched the Temple and found
only one cruse of oil which lay
there untouched and undefiled, in-
tact with the seal of the high
priest. This cruse contained suffi-
cient oil for one day's lighting
only; but a miracle was wrought I
therein, and they lit the lamp with I
it for eight days. The following
year, these days were appointed a
festival with the recital of Hallel
and thanksgiving."
The tradition to recite Hallel, the
Psalms of thanksgiving, on festivals,
has prevailed to the present. The
special praises are recited as part
of the Shacharit service each morn-
ing during the week of Chanuka. It
was an ancient rite to recite the
Hallel on the various festivals
(Arachin 10).
Although Chanuka is not a Torah
festival since it occurred after the
canonization of the Bible, the Jew-
ish view of tradition has given the
holiday a status as one divinely or-
dained. This is to be noted in the
blessing which is recited before
kindling the Chanuka tapers:
"Blessed art Thou. O Lord our
God, King of the universe, who has
made us holy by Thy command-
ments and has commanded us to
kindle the light of Chanuka." The
text for the benediction is found in
the Talmud (Shabbat 23A). The
benediction is also mentioned in
Masechet Soferim (Chapter VI,
Halacha 6).
. The candle lighting ceremony is
followed by the recital of "Hanoi-
rot Halalu." the original text of
which is also alluded to in the same
chapter of Masechet Soferim. An
excellent translation of this short
portion, which is part of the candle
lighting ritual, is found in "Ha-
Siddur Hashalem'* of Birnbaum
(p. 710): "We light these lights on
account of the miracles and won-
ders, triumphs and battles, thou
didst perform for our fathers,
through the holy priests-in those
day** at this season These lights
are sacred throughout the eight
d3 nf Chanuka; we are not permit-
ted to make any use of them except
watching them, in order to praise
thy great name for thy miracles.
thy wonders and thy triumphs."
After lighting the candles, a
spirited hymn. "Mao* Tzur" (Rock
&&"**'* fun* by the J*1"80" Who
fights tne Candles'. He is joined by
members of the family and others
witnessing the candle lighting. This
poem was written about 800 years
ago by a certain Mordecai who pre-
sumably lived in Germany prior to
1250. The name of the author is
given in the initial letters of the
several stanzas of the poem which
alludes to the deliverance of the
Jewish people from the Egyptians.
Babylonians, Persians and Hellenic
Syrians. The music for the poem
was adapted, it is said, from an old
Teutonic folk song.
The poem caused difficulties for
some Jewish communities because
of its strong words against Israel's
enemies. As a result many prayer
books omitted the last stanza. In
the fifteenth century, Rabbi Israel
Isserlin suggested omitting parts of
the song. In "Leket Yosner" we
read "After singing 'Haneirot Ha-
lalu' one also sings 'Maoz Tzur,' and
at times with omissions." This was
done because many times in Jewish
history, the words of the last stanza
were given current significance
and the officials or royal persona-
ges the words may allude to were
offended.
When the Chanuka candles are
kindled in the Synagogue. Psalm
XXX is recited as part of the cere-
mony. The Psalm itself has been
explained variously by the Rabbis.
The Psalm starts off with the title
"A Song at the Dedication of the
House," which is a most appropri-
ate expression in honor of the re-
dedication of the Temple which
Chanuka symbolized. However, the
body of the Psalm is fundamentally
a hymn of thanks for recovery
from a severe illness. Many com-
mentators explain the text to be a
"wnksg,v,ng song v_ M
|"' was endangeLV
*. Other *j*n
aPPl.es to IsraelTSS
It is Probable yRjl
the dedicatory cererl
^TemphSv?!
authorities are e^L:1
used a, ,he "^
Temple pressed over ?
"bees. As Hertz pi?,
Psalm supplied ,2
with which to give thai
"ance." Kirkpatri^1
i^cornrnentator.sayJt'
that the experience of ill
ual has been repeated^
the nation." "
Another item in the y
Chanuka is the recital of'
s. Hanisim." The formut
insertion into the daUv f]
Esrai is found in Maseeh*,
(Chapter XX, Halacha '
again the exceptionally |
baum Siddur offers a fli
tion (page 91):
"We thank thee for the I
for the redemption, for |
deeds and triumphs, a
battles which thou didst i
for our fathers in those i
season. In the days oft
nean. Mattathias ben Yo
High Priest, and his i
a wicked Hellenic governi
up against thy people
make them forget thy
transgress the laws '
Thou in thy great n
stand by them in the tin
distress Thou didst chan
cause, defend their -
avenge their wrong; i
deliver the strong into
of the weak, the mar
hands of the few. the u
the hands of the pure,
into the hands of the rig1
the arrogant into the h
students of thy Torah.
Ci.
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[picem**
md holy name for
5 world, and for thy
'.'thou didst perform a
(*atct u,,,() th,s day
IIS children entered
, of thy hon^e. cleansed
I purified thy sanctuary,
in thy holy courts
SedtheMH,ludaysQf
. giving thanks,,,^
fi&VKfe i {*
commentary on tne
_-r Book, points out that
Eb pray" lve,s "P^1"1
to the miracle of the
of Judaism. "The
['Writes Hertz, "is a sum-
i lbe story of the Macca-
I it stops with the recon-
(k Temple. It passed over
4 the military glories of
r rears of warfare that fol-
. of altogether transitory
(Authorized Daily
k, page 151
jj, of Chanuka the Torah
IftePentateuchal selection
lofthe right days is taken
inters, chapter 7. Three
called to the Torah
jweekda>~ ol the holiday.
,to read this section on
is found in the Mishnah
fill. 6i. Again an oppor-
liven to emphasize those
f of the holiday connected
(dedication of the House of
+Jml&tn*ri*i.r
phetic reading of the Sabbat* ?%
Page 13 B
curring duriry? Ihf *f day. fNot
by might, nor by piWef^but V MV
spirit, said the Lord of Hosts'
(Zechariah IV. 4) is the keynote of
the Festival of Lights which re-
minds the world of maji that ucce*,
iPr1^ not,VPon the strenfillj Qf
M.^'^"^^^
Special poetical insertions are
added to the Sabbath morning ser-
vice on Chanuka. The first is
'Odechaw Kee Awnafta," a poem
written by Joseph ben Solomon of
Carcassonne during the tenth cen-
tury. This religious poem is based
on the Books of Maccabees and
Judith.
Another poem Is "K'vodo Or
Yazriach," in which a prayer is of
fered for Divine light, alluding to
the lesson of Chanuka. The above
mentioned Joseph ben Solomon is
also the author of "Sh'nei Zeitim."
another Sabbath Chanuka religious
poem. Drawing on Zechariah Chap-
ter IV. 3 14, the poem is a vibrant
prayer for the re-establishment of
Zion. the Temple service and the
priestly cult. At one time, this lit
urgical poem was sung to a tune
similar to that of "Maoz Tzur."
Still another poem, "Kin Tzur
Chaylef," also by the same Joseph
ben Solomon written in an obscure
* When asrcjjnd Sahhatf ro*lrs
. a< it-'does this
*! 'hsrrrAa. .
- J*ver.l other li.urg.ca. poenis
e^vie oVnh" SynagogUf
service. Odechaw Kce Anee-sa-
Machir of Regensburg in the ele-
"* cmury. it describe* the *f.
ESS* ** **' ** S
Maecabcem period.
"Amtzo BTokafe." in which an
TcZT,0,1 ,h0 name Abraham "
found, offers a description of God's
powers, again an allusion to the
idea of Chanuka. This is followed
sby Asher Yatzzar" written by
fcpnraim ben Isaaq in which a hope
is expressed for the restoration of
|the Temple. The above mentioned
Menachem ben Machir Is also the
author of "Bin Moshcca" which
describes the cruelties of the
Creeks against the Jews during the
Maccabean period.
The UtUrgy of Israel has been
very close to the people The pray-
ers helped Jews to rise to the
heights of their spiritual heritage
Thus they have been able to keep
aglow the altar liyhts of their faith.
The memories evoked by the ob-
servance of Chanukamemories of
heroism, loyalty and devotional-
ways spurred Jews to renew their
fidelity to their great traditions so
as to be a light and an exemplar to
to the world.
to Co-Chair
iood Affair
|RW. Pear m I'niversity
jjmident. and Sam Blank,
taf National Brands, have
Bed by Dr. Edward R.
I trrve a) to chairmen of
annual NCCJ brother-
u dinner chairman.
noement was made by
LieGate. chairman of the
ICCJ board, who also stat-
dinner will l>e held at
ran hotel on Mon-
i^Jtoir.ul'i. Amb*s-
the 'fffiippiiu^ \o tne
and chairman of the
[Delegation to the Unit-
Urill be dinner speaker.
tats been designated the
berhood Dinner o the
(the fir>t event of its
Tkld in t he Western
Jo will receive the
fWorld Brotherhood med-
on of h^ world lead-
ptn. Romuli. is joined
[Arthur H. ( ompton, Kon-
and Paul-Henri
Itkiirmen ol World Broth-
ladded that Dr. Annis has
>firtt meetim; of the din-
"Ttee for Monday noon,
I the music room of the
I hotel.
;
Urn Blank
in lecture
m Wolfson will lec-
night at the Spinoza
i sL and Ocean ct, Mia-
! on "Spinoza's Conception
Kneseth Israel
Inducts Members
Kneseth Israel Congregation
commenced its late Friday evening
services Dec. 2.
Spiritual leader Rabbi Jonah
Caplan inducted 110 new members
during the service. Each new mem-
ber was presented with a memento
by officers of the congregation. A
reception followed.
Cantor Abraham Seif officiated,
assisted by the choir. Rabbi Caplan
revealed that Kneseth Israel tripled
its membership during the past
year.
Special induction for new mem-
bers of Sisterhood is planned for
the near future, he said
Sunn's Best Wishes
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Firemen Knock
For Dystrophy Drive
Thousands of off-duty firemen
and volunteer workers rang door
bells throughout Dade cpunty the
night of Nov. 21 in the third an-
nual fund drive of the Dade Coun-
ty Muscular Dystrophy chapter.
Fire Chief N. I, Wheeler of Mi-
ami said money raised will be used
for medical researchonly hope
for victims of this incurable dis-
easeand for braces, wheelchairs
and beds for its victims.
Muscular dystrophy afflicts some
200,000 persons in the United
States, two-thirds of them children
who probably will never reach
adulthood. It is a baffling disase
' that cripples, then kills, by wasting
' away the muscles.
There are 33 victims of this
creeping death in this area, the
youngest a five-year-old boy and
the oldest a man of 53, Chief
Wheeler said. -
For them, and for MD sufferers,
everywhere, 2.000 members of the
International Association of Fire-
fighters, AF of L, and volunteers
conducted a door-to-door campaign
from 7to 9 p.m. Nov. 21.
Coordinating efforts of firemen
jn the drivethe second in which
,they have played a leading part
| were Tony Wilcox, state president
of the IAF, and Fire Chief G. A.
Krouskroup of Miami Springs.
Heading the women's division of
the campaign was Mrs. James J.
Dwyer, with Mrs. S. Kenneth Stan-
leigh of 2905 Calusa st., Coconut
Grove, and Mrs. W. Riley Pitts, 800
NW 17th ave., as co-chairmen.
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SAiL 1 A it SOX
Diplomacy is a Difficult Kind of Busin
THE SYNAGOGUE AND ITS PEOPLE. By De-sider HolisKer. 189 pp.
New York: Abelard-Schuman, Inc. $4.50.
By HILARY MINDLIN
BUDAPEST-BORN Desider Holisher has. at various times, operated
an international press service, traveled all over Kurope on toxt-and-
picture assignments, been a scriptand feature writer and picture
editor. For the past ten years, he has been a lecturer on pictorial
nmnication arts and photography at such schools as Rutgers. Fordham.
and City College of New York. He has combined many o| his talents m
order to create "The Synagogue and Its People." a book of photographi
and brief textual commentary on the history ol the synagogue In Ameri-
ca and the place it takes m the heart of its peeple.
"Abundantly rich and profoundly learned is the literature of the
Jewish past and present." writes Mr Holisher in his foreword "The
intention of this book, however, is to draw a composite picture of the
inner structure and workings of the synagogue by means of camera
close ups and narrative text Through these media I endeavor to bring
into focus the Jewish house ol Cod as a human Institution and to present
i!s substance and its spirit "
Over 200 beautifully-reproduced photographs adorn the text. After
a clear and concise essay on "The Heritage of the Jews." which is really
an excellent thumbnail history of the Jews as the world and the spirit
moved them. Mr. Holisher settles his readers in America in the year
1654. in fronl ol the imposing Congregation Shearith Israel, the oldest
Jewish congregation in the United States From there it is |ud a few
miles and four years to the second oldest. Congregation Jeshuat Israel
in Newport. Rhode Island.
*
THE CONGREGATION'S Touro Synagogue, named after its rabbi.
Isaac Touro is itself the oldest Jewish house of worship in the country. [
and a remarkable museum, designated by the government in 1946 as a
Nations] Historic Site. The authors pictorial guide through it is the!
next ba&t thing to a personal visit. Several features stand out: under-
neath the reading desk, for instance, is a narrow, dark flight of steps
leading to a secret underground passage to the street, a reminder of
the hunted existence of the Jews and the Marranos in Spain, who sought,
ludcLea shelters and secret tunnels to escape from the persecuting tribu-1
nal-nf the inquisitor- Among the collection of colonial objects is ;in
ancient Mat7oth board, the only one still in existence, on which "bala-'
bustehs" rolled out and flattened their dough with a long wooden oar.
Pictures ol synagogues throughout the country, with their diverse
architecture, point to the adaptability of Jewish external forms to
Changing influences Then the people appearthose who walk and '
listen asd pray, celebrate their joy> and griefs within the walls
oi their temple Mr Holisher takes particular interest in the education
o! the children, and in the rabbi's busy, varied role
The book is beautifully hound and*printed Mr Holisher is pnmari-
lv ., reporter intent on precise communication through both word and
picture, and. although a sensitive selector, he has not the genius which
t have developed mo pun intended) some of these pictures into
al experiences ol light and shallow and dark The "substance
Spirit" of the synagogue i- here, however, in its many aspects, mak-'
. ilui tine addition to anj collection of Judu.<
One of the leading members
of the Israel delegation here
showed up recently at a meeting
ol the General Assembly with a
modest, metal button in his coat
lapel A correspondent who not-
ed the button inquired as to its
meaning. It turned out that there
was special significance to the
decoration worn by the Israeli.
The button, showing a sword
wrapped in an olive branch, sig-
nifies that the wearer had been
a member of the small group of
Israel fighters who. during the
War of Liberation, defended
.!( nilfirtm. saving at least part of
the Holy City from the Arab
marauders
I'm wearing this because I'm
going to attend a committee meet-
ing this afternoon." explained
the delegate, "and I want my im-
mediate neighbors to notice." His
immediate neighbors, in commit-
tee, would be the Iraqi delegate
on his left, the Lebanese on his
right.
Thus was one of the Israeli
delegates showing his defiance of
the Arab delegates. According
to strict diplomatic protocol, the
gesture was, at best, only permis
sible; certainly, the practice of
baiting an opponent, to whom at
the same time you are offering
peace, is not the smoothest of
approaches. And yet the Israel
delegate could easily be forgiven.
For, after all, he is human. And
it takes all but superhuman con-
trol to sit in United Nations com-
mittees, conferences, assemblies
and other meetings day after day.
hear yourself maligned and
smeared, hearing truth twisted
and decency ignored and not
react. It is a situation designed
to give ulcers to one's ulcers.
You sit strongly and hear an
Ahmed Shukairy, the voice of
Syria, the voice of the Arab
League, demand that Israel give
up to the Arab refugees, "first
and foremost," the following ar-
eas: I.ydda, Ramleh. Jaffa, the
Israel section of Jerusalem, west-
ern Galilee arMj
areas" _
"^ning^J*"1
Y,< hear the sLufn '
the
"Zim-t hordes'
Wile
of the mouth of a
dul Monetn i!*
sents Jordan. Now if
bout United &f
Wp. you might ask 1,
io^is-^vr^
UN. When uic]^
J" ^ars ago ,**'
down and talk face l0S
he armistice terms dr2
he United Nation, j?
fused to do so even
rtted" (0 such con(eret
he Secretary.(;eneraL J
L.in .ahn-,n,taco,M^i
given the courtesy of Z
on the Arab refugee,*
And how does Jordan us
courtesy- By vicious ,
mitic attacks against ^
of Israeli immigrants gj
"robbed" the Arabs of
lands
OWiO SCHWARTZ
The East and West Meet in Two Mayors
Abba Hushi
r*t .Ha:.:-
homs s not \n
Truman Memoires Reach Behind Scenes
If you are lookil I < hanuka gift for a
nd, give him a CODJ ol "Memoir- by Harry Tru
just published by Doubleday Incidentally,
Israel's Foreign Minister Moshe Shsretl was the
hi oi the first inscribed copj oi the ixnik testf
by Mr Truman to statesman abroad it was p
ted b) Mr Truman to Mr Sharett in Jerusalem
b a New York Jewish leader who Ml .. mem
ber el the r.iA study mission which visited Israel
ntly
II ernes a very beautiful inscription which indi-
cates Mr Truman's warm feelings toward the Jew
ish State A reflection Oi these feelings will also
be found in the first volume of Mr Truman's boot
Then' he -ays \ery outspokenly that be WSi "skP
tical" alxiut the views and attitudes assumed toward
the Palestine question "by the striped-pants hops
in the State Department
"East is east and west is west
and never the twain shall meet."
It's not so any longer. Mayor
Wagner of New York, which is
west, received Mayor Abba Hushi
of Haifa, the other day at New
York's City Hall. And Haifa is
way east.
Not so long ago Mayor Wagner
of New York called on Haifa May-
or Hushi. So it is really a return
visit. Bob and Abba are getting
to be old friends.
I don't know whether the two
became intimate enough to dis-
cuss politics on a professional
levelbut if they did, Wagner
must have been surprised at May-
or Hushi's familiarity with the
American political scene.
For one thing. Israelis are get-
ting familiar with the American
political scene as a result of the
numerous visits of leading Amer-
ican statesmen to their country.
Stevenson, Dulles. Harrirnan. Ke
fauver and Wagner are among
those, who have visited Israel.
Speaking about Mayor Hushi
himself, there is a personal tie
( onnecting him with the United
States His son. Dan Hushi. is .i
fourth year student at MIT. ma-
joring in marine engineering
a field which perhaps Mayor
Hushi himself might choose if
he were starting over again.
he reveals how these striped-pants boy-'
attempted to influence him against supporting the
establishing oi I Jewish State. He also reveals
many other interesting "behind the -scenes" details
on other historic events Another good book, worth
Chanuka gift Is John Cumbers "Inside- ______
tirfca just published by Harper. In it one finds 1J.OX #.# TTi'.H 1/ I V ____
information about Jews in the various countries in I"
Africa, not |o speak of the fact that the book as
such .s a valuable volume
li the light ot what is now taking place in Moroc-
co Tuhisia and Algiers, the book gives a picture
of the position of the Jews in those countries again>t
the general background Its chapter on Egypt deal-
with the situation of the Jews thereunder General
N iguib'i regime The situation has. of course, chang-
< oiisidcrably tinea N'aguib asj replaced by Col.
.Nasser, the present I ,n ruler.
"From Stevedore to ,
might be the name of a bioe
of Hushi. He has worked in
harbor of the city over
he presides, as an ordinary I
worker and he is quick to W
how important the sea is to I
Thirty percent of Haifa's \
lation derive its livelihood i
some activity connected whl
sea. They are not all in._
ment trade in Haifa. ThejJ
dock workers, sailors, fishe
Mayor Hushi is a potitL
Anybody who knows Israeli
tell you that They tell,
story of how Hushi will'.
Austrian Jew that he is in i..
an because he was born in G
a Hungarian Jew that he
Hungarian because he spent]
weeks in Budapest, a (.'nek.
he is really a Czech Jew
his grandmother's first
came from Prague. But if I
a politician, he is a dedicated!.
He is a in a n obsessed
great vision ol Haifa as
the world- great ports. Hi
he tells Mm at the crossr
three continents Asia.
and Europe He told Mayor 1
ner of New York that Haifa.|
New York, is a "melting
with its people -peaking 4J|
ferent languages
How to Film Philosophy
Mill OX WtUBBM i v
U.S. Blames Israel for Soviet Successes
Man] expected the Soviet-Arab nfti to causa
America to accept Israel ta an ally against Com-
munism. But this has not eVolved. Instead. Israel
is being blamed more than the Arab- for the Arab
arms arrangements with the Soviet bloc
A considerable number >>t liberal and moderately
conservative Congressmen ol both parties have asked
the State Department to provide arm- and i lecurity
pact to Israel But individual- such a- Sen William
r Knowland of I alifornia, Senate Republican It
er. are privately urging the State Department to do
nothing for Israel that would offend Arab feelings
Such men believe the United States should prevail
on Israel to make territorial sacrifices tor peace
in our time" to buy off the Arabs from their Soviet
course.
Sen. Knowland favors armed U.S. intervention
to protect Formosa from the Chinese Communists
Nevertheless, the Republican leader responded to
the Red threat in the Middle East by opposing U.S.
arms sales to Israel. He sajd any attempt by this
country to provide weapons to Israel would only
ena up ta an arms race with the Communists rsh
...... urns to the Arabs
'"''' '' b,,v"'< Journalists, agricultural ex-1
peris and home builders have been recent speakers
pel anal Press club luncheons But none of
encountered the barbed hostility m the ques-
tion-and-answer period thai eentrontnd Israel For
linutex Mo-be Sharett Reflecting the mi.....
in Washington, the majority ol questions wi
phrased with open hostility. -j
Sentiment among high ranking IS militarv lead-1
ndJcated by the "Army Times." the "largest
and most authoritative publication of its type Maior
G?rge Fielding Eliot urged that US Marines
esT.^sh.Jn!5'r,,,;n aKams'KKyp',o p*"i ""
establishment of a Communist military base there '
He expressed an opinion that this was not the time!
for lengthy debate ,n the United Nation*, chatter
about guarantees for Israel or what happens in the
El Auja zone in some patrol sk.rm-sh "
Half a dozen years or so ago.
several major studios were giving
serious consideration to the idea
of producing a motion picture
based on the philosophy present
ed in Rabbi Joshua Loth I.ieb-
man's great book. "Peace of
Mind." They had many cogent
reasons for giving their atten-
tion to this work. More people
had read and were reading
' Peace of Mind" than ever had
read any non-fiction work of
modern times.
It stood first on every non-fic-
tion best seller lisi in the countrv
tor more than two and a half
years, breaking every book record
of the Twentieth century-. It was
the first book published in mod-
ern times of which it could be
Mid, not merely that millions ol
people had read it, but that tens
of millions of people had read
and been uplifted by it.
The greatest joy of a motion
puture producer's life is the real-
ization that a picture he is mak-
ing has a ready-made audience of
unnumbered millions. It is an
iron-clad guarantee of success for
the picture. And. if ever a pro-
spective movie title had a ready-
made audience waiting for it.
in
that title was Peace of
Of course, in his book.
I.iebman devoted himself
elusive!) to presentini hi-i
ational philosophy, but it i
ed nothing even remotely
bling a story or a plot <>'
kind. The theme the
theme the substance wa-t
and when has Hollywood n
more than a worthy theme
which to build a story"
instance, a number of I
tried to evolve atonal
would emboils and project
great idea- Rabbi Liebman
% a need in l M,nd'
and this, too, happen*
,,,,., the satisfactory
storv which could rn>
meaning of (he book did w
tenalue. So, "IVacc
did not become 8
then.
Mervyn
I.eKoy. one
dom's most outstanding pwo"
directors, who has translawa
er great books for the
such as "Quo Vadi-
Harvest" and olne^7*''"
success, is now one of tno*
deeply interested in produe"
cinemascope picture I
"Peace of Mind."



t
pecember_y955


LEGAL NOTICE
^=MbLfkririirin
I THE CIRCUIT COURT op tuc
_^______Er.9e
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA
No. 185169
.MIN-NIK M NS.MA.N, RgJntiff,
TOBDERlCK K. i. I:- .,,,
SUIHI.KY I.BO, Ul, ulf
!, hefn To:
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Frederick i; ,.,.:,, ;."
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A
^ Mazer, prominent New
Jewish philanthropic and
leader, will head the
Jewish Appeal's nation-
refiort to raise S25.000.000
aan of a spscial rund
jrked lor emergency
ana of immigration and
meof programs in Israel.
jfund will be souqht over
| above the sums UJA will
through its regular 1956
and will lift the bur-
I'lrom the people of Israel,
>are faced with other grave
ncies of financing the
rtation and absorption
WOO Jews expected there
tension-ridden lands in
Africa. Mazer, formerly
date chairmen of the UJA
New York, will next
iheed a series of visits by
ers of the UJA national
cabinet to every ma-
IJewish community in the
to secure commitments
i special fund.
Married Program Due
Younu Married Zionist
twill hold ii. second annual
'party Saturday evening at
|We V of refreshments. Naomi
lishandling entertainment.
SIIIKI.KY I.Km. I,,. ui:,
Idem < unknown;
and '!< h ..mi an) ..f the abovi
[Mined Defendant.., If living; .,,,.i
If dead, lhf. unknown helri .1. .-
. m.Urei.. amngnpoa, !,..,,
ora, redltoi ,,,,.,
partlea or i lahnanta claiming bi
through or undei ... again*! the
Ha v.- mini..i Defendant*, and .1!
partlei having or claiming t.,
have iiny right, tin.. .., |ni
In III.' foil..winy ,l,-s,mi,, ,|
IU- wtuate, lying, an I
UiKlf County, Plot Ida, t.. u
I-.i .1 In lt|...k n:, ,.( I.AWMi u.r
BTH ADDITION .,,' ,,,.'.
I'lat thereof, recorded m Ha| B.
At at Pace :! ..r the Public Re.
hIi- County, Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Kiilt haw I., .n l.rouKhi again '
rou In the Circuit Court for Daitr
County, Florida. In Chancery, U\
MINNIK NI-SSM AN. Plaintiff, for the
purpOM of Km. I..-in i; Mortgagl 'ii
the alMivc iIom. rlb.'d property, and you
are her.-l.y required t.. nerve upon
Plaintiff'a attorney. MAX K sii.vi i:
SL'J S.'.vl.nld Building, Mi,inn :',::. M
Ida, a copy of your anawer oi
defenses arnl to flic with the I
of aald Oonn your written anawer m
defense* on or before the !Srd ..f De-
rnnlr, A.I). I95S, If you have nn\
HEREIN PAIL NOT, or Judgment
will lie entered AgainM you
DATED, this _:!i-d dn^ of November.
AD 1935.
f:. b. i.eatiikrma.v.
neik m Circuit Court
Bj JOAN COVRNOYER,
n'lrcult Court Seal) Deputl
16
LEGAL NOTICE
nCE UNDER TICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HCKKIiV (JIVEN that
. ngage In
inline of
nio, .it t'hi
Florida, in-
1 with the
<'..;nt .-f Dad.
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NAME LAW
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l>ad. County.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKHV RIVEN that
the underalKned, desiring to ng<
liU>lni>a^ under the fictitious name of
Ai'K DianOI'NT CO., al 959 W. Flag-
lor Street. Miami, Fl* int.-nils to
register aald name itli ih.- Clerk ..f
the Circuit t "out t of I
Florida.
I.. It'ia i: \ST< IN, Sole i .v. iii r
MYERK, HEIMAN .. KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
b-,ii Bsybold Bldg.
ll/H-fe : _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS"
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVKN that
the imdarsls ned, d.
business und. i i'. I nun. I
HEARD'H CITY SEItVICE STATION,
at 14583 N W :: l A n ii
Locka, r
-.mi ii.iii. with ill- i ; i k of the cir-
cuit Com t ..f I '.i.Ii- t'ouno i in
HAYWOOD HEARD
N< iRMAN I' >nl.i )Mi l.N
Attorne) -al I
Attornej fur Has wood n. ird
Alton R. ad, Miami Beai ii Fla
I 16___________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the naderelgned, d. engage In
imsiness under the fictitious nan.....i
Tin IMi' BAY APARTMENTS
Bav Orlve. S'ormamlj hle, M I
Beach l-'O.. Intend t<. rea
with the clerk of the On uli
,if o.ui. Counti Florid*
\\ \ \ H I' VI'-IMK AN
MARTHA PABR1KANT
As Joint Tenant*, with Rlghl
of Sin \ Ivorahlp
MTBRK, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Ait.n nc% i for Mill' anta
:,n Beybold Mull.ling
11 18-23 12 -' ''
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES1 COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 36566
l Re isi \TK OF'
ISRAKI. LINETZKV I" < '<
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! an i Mi Pel
Iiik Clalmi oi
V.,ii. and ea. h of !
notified .m i requ Ml I ">
claims iiinl den M
lif Mill.
ISRAEL LINF:tZKY,
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. in their offlcvi. In tl
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Date Nove > r I ,.,,,,,.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
?,*<; -,'N. 5,HANCERY. No. 185076
ALBERT MARKER, Plaintiff
KATE MARKER, Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: KATE MARKER
2211 Balrd Blvd
Camden, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBV NOTIFIED
thai ., Bill ..f Complaint for Divorce
lias been filed again*! you and you
rolred to file your anawer in the
Office of the rierk of Hi,. Circuit
Court, I'm!" County, Florida, and
copy of your answer on the Plaintiff*
JOSEPB ROSENKRANTZ
ESQ. One Lincoln R.....I Bldg .Miami
Ida, on .', before the Mth
day of December, 1955. i-.,ii not here-
i 'i. fault will be ntered b
you.
i u 'i thin November k. 1955.
K l: LEATHERMAN,
' "i,. nil i 'lerk
Bj R. II RICE, JR,
Deputy Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
, ,.,,. NAME LAW
nm i u i'. is hereby given tint
I, dealrlng t
in engage In
--nice ficTltloua n"an?e of
1 IB10t>.\-0-RAMA ,,, a; v -.h
1......intj lioi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
- under the fictitious name !
MEACH AI'TO RENTAL, al 1725 Al-
ton R.I. Miami Reach, i-'ia intend*
W Id Ih
nf the Circuit i 'ounty,
MORRIS KLEIN (Sole Own. i I
2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to rni
ler the I ime of
TILLIE'S AI'TS., al 146 S W 9th St .
aid ,'me with the
i i.-ik ..I Hi.- circuit Court "i iaide
. Plot Ida.
MAX KLEIN
Til.UK KLEIN
KES8LER A OARB
Attorne) i. f"r Applicant*
'..:. \\ Flagli i St.
11 18-25 1* :-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 185065
MIT'/I M. SKII'KS. Plaintiff,
FOR DADE
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JERl 'ME SEIDES, Defi ml.mi
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
11 i JEROME SEIDES
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f the C t i '"'ii'. on
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plaint will b. taken aa c
ih day of Nov. mber,
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'' "mAI^J. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
" J II HAWK EK WORTH
Residence unknown
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
inai a mil of Complaint for Divorce
ii...- been Hied against you. and you
;''- h. r. by required to aerve a cops
|'f m.iii Anawer or Pleading to the
V'" "' .....jplalnt on the Plaintiff's
Attorney, GEORGE A O'BRIEN, 33O0
'."'"' Leon Boulevard, Coral
i.ahies. Florida, and rile the original
Answer or Pleading in the .,ffi.......
the clerk of the Clrcurl Court on oi
before the 9th -lay of Januar)-, [fSI
Ii you fail in do bo, juilKinent b) de-
fault win be taken again*! you for the
relief demanded in the mil i.r Com-
plaint.
- notice shall in- published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in The Jewish Florldlan,
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami,
tla, this 2nd day of December,
K It LEATHERMAN,
Clet K, "ir. nit Cou t
Dade County. Florida
Bj J( ia.n COURNl >YER
Deputy Clerk
GE< IRGE A. O'BRIEN
Attorney for Plnintirr
3300 Ponce de Ueon Boulevard
i 'or il i tables, I- lorlda
U 9-14-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 185259
ELLEN s SCOTT, Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES R SCOTT, JR, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CHARLES It SCOTT, JR.
90* Sn\ innah Street, s.K.
Washington, D.<*.
Y< IK ARE HEREBY REQl'IRED to
servfl .i "t\ "f your answer to the
Complaint for Divorce filed herein on
i i in s atto neya, COURfaiHON &
KINK, i ~. I.inei.ln Road, Miami Beach,
la, and to file the original In the
offl......f the Clerk ..f the above Court
i.n m before the mil day of Janu
otherwise a default will he en-
i,,st you.
Dated ttila 29th "f November, 1955.
E. i; LEATHERMAN,
i 'lerk nf Circuit < out t
B) r JOAN COCRNOYER,
(Cln nit Court Baal) i *aputy Clet k
12 .'-'..-in-:1:!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nil Tin: is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the flctitlou* name of
NUMBER ONE BARBER SHOP, al
171 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intend* to register said name '
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of l lade County, Florida.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TrfE
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f^D FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 185323
CORA J PARK, I'la.ntiff.
ROBERT W. riJiiriH. IMfenrlant'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
"' K.'i.i.i; i W, KM|TjU.i 1'i.f.
ItiM.leli,-.. and Aiiili,.- L*n
^ <>l" ARE HEREBY NOTB ll-3
that a Complaint ha* been I ad
againat you ror declarator) decre and
"Mi. i relief regarding title to the fol-
lowing described nronertj Ritual In
i "ad; Count). Elorlda. to wit:
U>1 l. Bio. k 2, GRANADA
GROVES #3, according to
i'lat (hereof, ei oi .i.-.i in ii ,t
Book ii,.' 0f the V
III OI 'I- Of Ii. I,- I -..ii,i' I
Ida, also .!.- Ibed as S*50
Bth Terrace, Miami, Plortda
ii het eby 11 nnireii t.. flu our
original anawer or other pi. a I
flaintiff h Complaint with the i
..f the Circuit C.....t and aei
of aame on Plaintiff'a attorney, H IN
BV M. CAIN, 2520 West I'
Street, Miami. Plortda, on or I
the Ird day of January, I9SC; i
ise, the allegation* of said Com-
plaint will be taken a* i "iil'i-- bj
rou
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this 30th day ol November,
K it LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
By \VM. w. stocking.
Deputy Clerk
HENRT M CAIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
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Popkin Back From Israel
Herman M. Popkin of Atlanta,
Ga., co-owner and director ol
Camp Blue Star in Hendersonville,
N. C, returned this week from a
six-week tour of Europe and Israel
with a report of admiration and
deep respect for the Israeli people
now facing a crisis with their Arab
neighbors.
"It is almost heroic to meyet
natural and easy for them," the
former director of the Southern
Zionist Youth Commission said in
commenting on how naturally the
people live and work and build
with the threat of war ever con-
stant.
Popkin's visit to Israel was pre-
sented to him in June of 1954 by
the Young Judaeans of the South
with whom he worked for over
seven years as director of the
Southern Zionist Youth Commia-
sion. joint educational youth agen-
cy of Hadacsah and ZOA.
In addition to obtaining a first-
hand picture of the country and
its people, Popkin was also inter-
ested in arranging the itinerary for
Camp Blue Star's Summer Skident
Tour group which spends abtut 70
days in Europe and Israel each
summer
This yes* the group, under the
direction of Mrs. Elsie Levin of
Gainesville, Fls., snd Jack Weiner,
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Many of the religious.festivals of
the world which come to us as com-
memorations of historical event-
are really expressions of basic hu-
man emotions which these events
happen to have evoked and fo-
cussed.
Chanuka. the Jewish Feast of
Dedication, is of this order. Osten-
sibly, it commemorates a historical
eventthe rededication of the
Temple in Jerusalem in the year
165 B.C. The particular story which
is associated with the festival is
therefore the story of how that
triumph was accomplishedthe
tales of the heroic resistance of-
fered by Judah the Maccabec and
his followers to the oppressive leg-
islation of the Syrian King Antio-
hchus IV.
Back of that narrative, however,
and back of the annual festival lica
the recognition of something deep-
ersomething which was indeed
expressed in that particular event
but which jUelf transcends it.
What Chanuka celebrates is the
inalienable right of human beings
to their own character and iden-
tity; and. in commemorating the
way. in which that right was once
defended, the festival reasserts it
from year to year. For that reason.
Chanuka is no mere antiquarian
relic, but an occasion of ever-liv-
mti. contemporary significance.
It is important, however, that
the message of Chanuka be under-
stood correctly, nianuka Is not
a- is go Often supposeda festival
of independence; it is a festival ol
dedication. And the difference is
crucial.
What the festival asserts is not
the riaht of every man to "he-him-
self" and do as he pleases but to he
a servant of God and in that serv-
ice to defy princes. The condition
of independence is consecration
and its hallmark is devotion.
Another thirm that the festival
of chanuka teaches is the value of
the few against the many, of the
weak against the Btrong, of pas-
sion against indifference, of the
le unpopular voice against the
thunder of public opinion
The struggle which chanuka
commemorates was the struggle of
a small hand, not of a whole peo-
ple. It was a struggle not only
against oppression from without
but equally against corruption and
complacence within, it was a strug-
gle fought in the wilderness and in
the hills; and its symbol is appro-
priately a small light kindled when
the shadows fall.
The festival which Judah the
Haccabee and his followers observ-
ed on those memorable days was
I not. as again is so often supposed,
a festival of victory and liberation,
for they were not so naive as to
imagine that a few successes in
guerilla warfare, however sensa-
tional and spectacular they may
have been, had automatically re-
stored the independence of the
jJews or finally resolved the politi-
, cal issues at stake.
The purpose of their celebration
was simply and solely to re-dedi-
cate the House of God, and in or-
der to dramatize the occasion and
to invest it with becoming dignity,
| they made a point of repeating ex-
actly the same ceremonies as had
marked its original dedication at
the time of Nehemiah. That event
had taken place at the Feast of
Booths (N'chemia 8:13-18).
Accordingly, although the latter
festival actually fell nearly three
months earlier, its traditional rit-
ual was adopted as a precedent.
The ceremonies were made to last
, eight days, corresponding to the
[ seven Days of Booths and the suc-
, ceeding Day of Solemn Assembly;
and, inappropriate though it was
to the season of the year, through-
out that period a steady stream of
"pilgrims" wound it way to the
shrine, bearing the wreathed
wands and palm branches (lulavs)
Continued on Pag* 7 C
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A Chanuka lamp has two aspects:
it is a ritual object used at home
or in the synagogue to commemor-
ate the rededication of the Temple
at Jerusalem, and. at Lhe same
time, a work of art designed with
1 great love and care by a master-
craftsman Centuries ago. worship-
pers were far more concerned with
the appearance of ritual articles
than we can claim to be in this
highly sophi-ticated BJB< There
were neither magazines nor gal-
leries to instruct the layman on
tho latest trends in the arts. The
pre Kmancipation Jew was barely
aware of the artistic splendor
within the cathedrals and palaces.
Occasionally | I inclyshaped mon-
strance or other sample of Chris-
tian art might turn up in the home
of a Jewish money lender pledged
u> security for a loan extended to
a church or monastery, and in this
way Jews would find out the eccle-
siastic art that flourished beyond
the high ghetto wall-
No sample- of Chanuka menoroth
ha\c come to us from the darkest
Middle Ages, but we know from
literature that the medieval Jew,
with all his terrible insecurity, de-
voted as much time, energy and
money a- possible towards the
beautilication of the religious serv-
ice and that he knew, intuitively,
what instructions to give to the
Christian diver-smith who fashion-
ed his religious objects
Indeed, very little religious art
older than 300 or. at most 350
yetrs, has come down to us. Among
the exceptions are a few North
African Chanuka lamps of brass,
rather simple and unambitious
trom an aesthetic viewpoint, and a
few lamps of great beauty from
Italy where Jews enjoyed greater
freedom than elsewhere, and where
pogroms, destroying all that a
Judengasse held, were relatively
rare. New York's famous Temple
Kmanu-El owns a unique Italian
Chanuka lamp of the 14th century.
It is of the so-called 'bench-type"
with decorated back, the kind that
were used in the Jewish homeas
distinguished from the large can-
delabrum-type that usually stood in
the synagogue. Since this piece is
of brass, it is quite possible that it
was fashioned by a Jew, for it was
only over the work in the precious
metals, gold and silver, that the
Christian guilds had a monopoly.
Religious art offered practically
the only chance to the Jew to give
full rein to hja fancy, and the
triangular hack here i> decorated
with the incised" image of a dragon
flanked by rampant lions. Such
backplates were also adorned with
cks, symbolic ol immortality,
or just with tendrils of vine. Or
the) mi-lit pierced int.. open
patterned lattic.
No adornment was considered'
tOO elaborate to enhance the festive
spirit Tins is particularly true of
thoef menomth that were made in
the Baroque Age. that is to *,
around 1700. For our more austere
&*:
w*m
The happiness reflected on the face of this young mothsJ
North Africa is the result of her arrival in Israel her nevJ
Chanuka this year will be her first truly happy Fes:^
the Lights."
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taste there is too much flourish,
I too much winsome playfulness
about ecclesiastic art of this age.
both Catholic and Jewish (Protest
ant churches and services were, on
the whole, devoid of ornament, in
; keeping with the puritan spirit of
the Lutheran creed). I once saw a
Chanuka lamp which had attached
a bird perched on a ring w hich was
; set into swinging motion when the
I candles were lit. Another oddity is
la 250-year-old menorah made of a
grenadier's helmet bearing the
j coat of arms of the Prince Loewen-
[ stein-Wertheim; it was probably
made by a Jewish blacksmith resid-
ing at Wertheim on Main
The most pleasing Chanuka men-
oroth are those of the Renaissance
period, and New York is fortunate
in having a number of them, don-
ated by the eminent collector. Har-
rj G Friedman, to the Jewish Mu-
seum. There is one bench-type
menornh, made in Italy around
1600, the back of which shows two
angels blowing trumpets, rasSS,
and a lion to which the servant
light (Shamoshi now missing
"iiL'inally was attached. At the top
is the figure of Judith with liie
sword and head of Holofei n.
Why is the Judith and Holofernes
motif so frequently used on Chanu-
ka lamps? Because Judith slew
I Nebuchadnezzar- :cr.cral|
time ol the I har.uka feW
In the 18th century, disf
ed by s,uch philo-Semites,
Lessing. and Herder. Je
breathe more ireely even]
! tral Europe, and there was
cum of cultural exchange]
the ghetto and the Chnstil
Since there were no Jew
smiths in Germany and
well-to-do Jews commissia
tiles to make ceremonial |
While the Jewish pair
Igive a general de-criptio
Christian craftsman as tol
j struct ion of a particular o|
I did not mind if it a>e
the style of the periodinl
modernization" would til]
"enlightened" customr.
baroque curves, even occ
scriptions in Latin rather]
the more ap|'re[-r;ate Hew
Chanuka menorah. for j
bean the motto: Provide^
mur. (We are protected
dencei
Mow -hall we explain
ingness ol the pre-Emi
Jew to bi ,
with human figures' Forj
tion to Judith andhervicfl
Biblical personalities as]
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for the
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rlc
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Transportation is stifl not all ,>
.should be. As. matter of fact, tho accen
final prosperity of the country will m,l'tary Picture of Israel Where
hinge in no little measure on the ever one <** you see tho Israelis
most thirty UtM, as |arge .
round,ng U and hostile to it Tho
*ODti.n cris.s has accented tho
ISttle urchin was
I i^w you won't give me
I what have you got?" he
could not believe that
I things were for him.
c bpp)' circumstance, Is-
jChanuka very definitely
INtbean times. When the
tyred the Temple after
j Syrians from the land,
trecall they found a bit
jfjrient for one day, but
usly lasted the week.
, Israel is elated over
development of this facility. Tho
Dead Sea road to Beersheba was a
necessity essentially for the exploi-
tation of the Dead Sea mineral do-
posits. The rich clays and sands of
the Negev are worthless unless
they can be ferried easily and
in uniform. Young resolute Jews,
true Maccabean warriors.
There is no use gainsaying the
fact that the picture, if admirable
from the heroic point of view, is ex-
pensive. More of the budget than
cheaply to the ports. Th. produc |we should like, goes for arms 2
IT" i.!ea.l!ea.P.hSPhateS ,h'S Stead f ,he cons so much more needful, especially
at this time.
past year were estimated to be
worth twelve million dollarsnot
a small sum to Israel and the pos-
sibilities of this resource have only
been scratched. Land erosion is
common to many parts of the
world, and there is no tonic for
this malady of the earth as a layer
of these phosphates. Such a coun-
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of a greater measure; try as India, for instance, has only
have hopes of Israel
tJKo another Venezuela
[the Biblical description
i to be amended into a
with gasoline." It
I more than three years
U team of geo-physicists
hjr Israel Bonds, surveying
came to the conclu-
Bthat sometime- desolate
sand- contained hidden
time I come.'' said an
l who make- it a point to
I annually. "I find things
[changed It- like a grow-!
I You -ee him a few years
ifcp doeai seen to lie the
Mm has grown so much."p
he joke- change Seven!
k the crowding ol the
Ithetheme ol many of the
Then v the itorj
I on a

I *l{ win-- '
i I
!:- bearded
I permit:
it" hs-
it. hut
:had beet ng on for
itmni-p-. he had enougb.
whiskan
a"l to the p.-i-songer
[ to them Uhafs the
T^ed the other.-are you
there-
fa now are not so ap-
J*e transportation is
begun to use a fraction of what it
needs.
If the constructive work is to go
on. outside aid will be needed. The
visit of Moshe Sharett to America,
it is hoped, will help augment the
flow of money through Israel
bonds. Israel has shown that it has
the Maccabean spirit as far as win-
ning and maintaining political in-
dependence. It depends on its
friends abroad to help it win the
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In hi- massive superstructure of
twenty-one civilizations and six
major religions, what images of
.lews and Judaism does historian
Arnold Toynbee forge for future
generations to read"1
Four arresting concepts are the
key to Toynbee's view-:
Judai>m is "a fossil."
Bigotry s essentially a Jewish
invention introduced into Chris-
tianity and Islam. Christianity was
"betrayed" into bigotry by "Ju-
daic fanatism" or "intolerance."
The creation of Israel is an "art
of impiety." by Lhe standards of the
Jewish religion itself: a "danger-
ous archaism" by historical stan-
dards.
Arab-Ijtsel conflicts are "a per-
versely predestined catastrophe." a
"supreme tragedy" wherein the
Jewish fall from grace exceeded
the moral nadir of Nazism.
Those recurring themes run
through the ten volumes. They
form a small but potent aspect of
Toynbee's vast system. But in a 41-
page section of Volume 8, Toynbee
rivets theme into one structure
with a blinding display of curiously
selected incidents, and unproved
assertions.
Toynbee sees Judaism as a "fos-
silized relic of a civilization that
was extinct in every other shape."
Jews managed "to survive the loss
of their state and their country .
by improvising a new social ce-
ment." This was developed out of
"their heritage of religious law."
Thus evolved the Jewish ethos"a
meticulous devotion to Mosaic law
i and a, consummate virtuosity in
commerce and finance."
Having reduced a living religion
to a "fossil." Toynbee finds that
Judaism has made unique con-
tributions to Western civilization.
He pays tribute to "its discovering
of a single Divine Being" and con-
cepts of love and charity. But then
Toynbee. the professional histor-
ian, is engulfed by Toynbee, the
zealous prophet. His indictment of
Judaism, delivered with .the pres-
tige of a man rated by some widely
read American magazines as
among the greatest historians of
the* 20th century, refurbishes an
ancient dogma for the condemna-
tion, of Jews. As "a study of, his
tory," he makes this theological
value judgment:
The error of the Jews is ex-
posed in the New Testament ... a
fatal error of looking upon a mo-
mentary spiritual eminence as a
privilege conferred upon them by
God in an ever-lasting covenant"
His most singular charge is that
Jews launched bigotry:
"The abuse of political power
for the inhuman purpose of impos-
ing on a subject minority a choice
between the abandonment of its
ancestral religion and the extreme
penalty of banishment or even
death had been practiced by the
Jews against their Gentile neigh-
bors in Syria seven hundred years
before they themselves had been
confronted with the same choice
by toe Visigoths in the Iberian Pen-
insula. The earliest known instance
of 'bigotry' is the compulsory con-
version of the conqueredGa,
of Galilee to Judaism by theiri
cabean Jewish conqueror
der Jannaeu^ in the first _
of the last century B.C. *"
the Maccahean temper *jj
ed by Christendom from i;
that came to be the prineip
tim of thi- Jewish vein
Christian religion."
The fact that the charge i.
the Maccalx-ans rests on 11
reference Josephus Flavins)
centure AD); that even if I
was preceded by similar
in Near Eastern history
deter Toynbee from, insj
characterizing such treatl
"Judaically inspired" Forex
certain Visigothic laws, in
century Spain, are called
Jewish enactments of a Ju
fanatical ferocity." A to
decline in the mutual pen
of Protestant- and Cathon
called the "damping of a
flame of religious fanaticism
In a published reply to'
his critics. Toy rj bee condem
astonishing thesis into this
sentence:
'The irony of Jewish
surely is that the Jews have]
the chief sufferers from i
which they themselves
kindled."
Toynbee views with
State of Israel and the
out of which it was born. AI
ure of his attitude to
former lies i tb> d
Continued on Ph c|
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ZJ^lltfcrm*,
anuka-the Spiritual Victor^
b. GRffNMAN those "othera" and troth .n u ... W.
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|. b. GRlf NMAN
. not know how it may be
*bm, but focus, the ocen-
ffBtatXion that we share
infirmity that we are
[ jtyoung as we once wereal-
w loose a K*riuine flood of
ftcence. And in common with
^othrs, that flood is often
jnreetthings left undone,
I trords spoken, and all the
rtteg-" na' K>neral,y fn un-
i larger heading of regret.
[dtys not too far off, before
if had reached its present
..i hue. we were a member
jjjoup of young people who
(jometimc- described by their
aries as '"sophisticated."
_j often called us a good
| worse, but it was the accolade
irconfreres which stimulated
ifo, on occasion, just a trifle
[((our way to merit the accol-
\cl sophisticate. Parenthetical-
i just to demonstrate how old
Ireally are getting, it occurred to
Kother day the present gener-
i would never give us such a
The present generation, and
[(10111 care how many people
! been laying this for how
r general ions, is definitely "go-
|to the dogs."
those "others" and troth to tell it .u
their existence which h S. clw-23",'n, thta ,hat
^ to prove it we intend to say
" nt there.
Murce of our regret on this wore
The power of words, whether witty
or only stupid. Whether wise or t iatert";;",K ""v ine one that even-
only wwe-guy, is sometimes friRht D|f '" ^ Cap,urp of the Tem-
emng. Perhaps it is frightening: on j ff.. *** ** lost aRa?n
morn occasion, than it is ennnfc! 8 !" j, did l* so much
ling. In any event, some of thei L r "e're of our mi stat-
canards which freely circula ed "ItSJf" ,hat' ,houh can cer-
then, in some cases only half SmuThT* ,hat We m^ hav*
intended for ef- h else
Thopr.nnple victory was rather
that victory which those Jews who
had not forgotten, won over the
*ne In ,hn Jewi themselves to
then, in some
meant and more .
feet than intelligence, have taken
root in many quarters.
How very wrong we were How
shortsighted we were and how un
willing we were to go even tl, ;, ..... "cw* "mscives to
much as a figurative inch ineath InmS? "' ^ ** s<"hings
the surface. And, as it happens it p? mre a,,ractivc in ,h* Pa-
ls that "inch" which is indTp"nSa fp '? tV'Wrh ,h"v had
b.ein any thought really *5" S^ft 'wnM.ra'l^
thing, of course, it cannot be Ra ^ ,|* ^ ftataj' ever
said that we have here the celebra-! ^ Ume-
:tion of a military victory. Where: VVe think that the intransigeant
we part company is at the point mcn who ''red this revolt are just-
where you say that we have a mi li- lv celebrated, but not for their
tary victory and nothing more. We mil,,arV prowess Thev deserve the
Jews, like any other human group, glades they receive because
M_much entitled to celebrate they^found it easier to contemplate
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of our favorite ways of act-
as the banc of our elders' sev-
luistences in that far-off day
[to puncture some beloved ob-
. and to couple that punc-
[with some cutting remark. A
pin point was the celebration of
, We remember that one of
lamber. whom we all account-
|i peat wit. had the happy
t of referring to the festival
i impending Kosher Winter
il" some weeks before it
to
JWremember it. the principle
l directed at this otherwise
1 happy occasion had to do
B supposed resemblance to
[midwinter celebrations of
rpwples and religious groups,
rin ancient times or in our
(.dry. and to what we were
I to call its "narrow nation-
al probably do little good
[to admit that we were the big-
W fools then. Anyone with
rnnse to recognise that fact
. tady known it for a long
und the others, to whom we
Iffer in just a moment, have
Ibr convinced in other ways.
^meml- can bo made, and it
Mter ol fad that times and
"mange and that very
Wfco made the carnival re-
tWerred to earlier, is today
PjKornamenl to the rabbin
|tohis people at large. We
" ill lorgive us for what
be far him a painful re-
roi the bj ne day when wc
>h ''" lno answers,
TWWd-jH thably agree to it
''ir'-^rk has thus, in its
BKurvcll as text for a
^l lb,,
_. ...-v., ciiuucu iu ceieDrate j* *- imami ) contemplate
military victories as any other, but a,h' for thc sake "f freedom.
there is, andit seems to us or evcn for ,hat matter, for the
rightly, a kind ef unease at finding sake of cnformity to their own
ourselves in such a oosition traditionsthan to "go along."
-------- K |Tnev found 't very difficult to ac-
Ki^ntiy, because we have never C(,Pt the supposedly good advice
made this our principle claim to J that we so often hear in our own
some important position in man- time"Take it easy."
climb from the mire. But Chanuka
kind's slow, often discouraging.
And those of us who live in these
;no less than the other stopping-off JS^aT1? are "0t bowed down un"
places in the Jewish year, is also a I eel of the PPressor, but
celebration of a kind of victory to are' ratner- subJ*ted to the
which we more often have laid' [f more subtlei of,en morc terri-
ble, pressures of not being the one
claim and which is our chief glory
a moral victory, a trumph on the
battlefield that is ethics.
Now, we are not reading any-
to "break up the party." owe them
more than we are generally willing
Continued on Pag* 7C
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The events of history from the
days of the Roman gladiator to a
Roman Bar Mitzvah fill many vol-
iimesof tears and blood. Gladia-
tors are history: hut a Bar Mitzvah
ceremony in Rome is a miracle
ihat bears testimony to the eter-
nal faith of the Jews This, my
wife and I witnessed durum our
recenl visit to the ancient city of;
the seven hills.
My wife. Miriam, and I arrived
in Rome anxious to see the many
sights that we had read about In
our travel guides. Yet, our hearts
would not let us proceed until wc
fir visited the synagogues and
Jewish landmarks Ask any Italian.
"Where is the Sinagoga located"
and he will either tell you. direct,
or even walk you over to it. With
a combination of all of these local
(ni.dil)ilituvs and we were there,1
We thrilled at the view of the'
manificent edificea synagogue of |
grandeur on the hanks of the Tiber!
Riverand were awed by its ma-i
jestic architecture and historic in-
scriptions. A couple of hours later
we leftour hearts filled with
pride and admiration.
On Shabboa morning we were
anxious to visit the Ashkenazic
synagogueor rito tedesco as the
Italians call it. The ritual would be |
cluser to our mode of worship. A '
short walk from our hoteland a '
l>it of guidance from the smartly
uniformed carrahinieri. we soon lo-
cated the -shul" on Via Balbo 35.
"Is the Shul located here?" I in-
qured of a Sabbath attired man
Who was entering the building.:
Yes," he answered with a quiet,
smile, "kimmit arcin"and be my
; guest we have a Bar Mitzvah to-'
day." Our emotions soared as we,
heard "a Yiddish vort" and we fol-
lowed him up the stairway. As we!
! mounted the stairs he introduced
himself His name, by coincidence,!
was Ashkenazi: he had once lived '
m Poland, and his family had shar-
ed the tragic fate of our people.
The remnants that yet remained
wen tHiporood in many lands and
slowly rebuilding their wretched
Our host had fled to Italy to
start anew Today was the proudest
of all the dayi mBn "the good
times.' for his only son was to
Become Bar Mitzvah.
"Shalom." a guten Shabbos"
wc heard from every side as we en-
tered the Synagogue The shamos
had already put a talis in my
handsand with a quick "Baruch
Haboh" had ushered me to my
seat. Miriam was being escorted,
meanwhile, to the women's section
that wan already quite filled. "A
Yiddisher Chaplain" "Cappel- j
lano'*"An Amerikanisher Rov." 11
overheard as they inquired from
one another as to my identity. I
caught a few smatterings of a rich
Yiddish hidden between the rapid
Italian dialect.
Congratulations from British Jewry to B'nai B'rith on 1
anniversary are extended by Barnett Janner, M.P.,
the British Board of Deputies, to Philip Klutznick, ^dl
dent of B'nai B'rith. Jews have always guarded the i
heritage of peace and freedom, as symbolized by
through organizations such as this.
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and we were molded into one. Peo-
ple from many lands and cultures
united into a common exprc
of prayerto one Gd!
The reading of the Torah provid-
ed "aliyoth" and honors to the
many guests and kin who had
journed from all parts of the con-
tinent to attend. It seemed as if
they all knew one anotheryet I
found that many of them had nev-
er met before. I asked Rabbi Toaff
the Rabbi of Rome, who was seat
ed at my side. "Do you know these
people"'" He answered in a rich
Sephardic Hebrew, "No, no, but do
we have to know more than the
fact that they are part of our great
family?" I was no longer a
stranger.
The time arrived for the Bar
Mitzvah to be called up to the
Torah. There wasn't a sound to
disturb his youthful voice as he
recited the benedictions He read
his portion in the Torah with case
Thereafter he chanted his Haftorah
with a "nigun" and in a flawless
Israeli Hebrew. "A michaya." the
people exclaimedand it Ml I
veritable rebirth. "Buonobuono,"
"Ma/el tov" came to the smiling
parents upon the completion of
the reading. His parents embraced
him and tears flowed freely from
all eyes------tears of pride and joy.
A Jew was born!
The entire congregation was in
vited to the traditional Kiddush
after the services. Wc were further
informed that it would be held at
the "Ristorante Kasher" as they
call it in Italian. It was a short
walk from the Synagogue to the es-
tablishment operated by the Ten
enbaum family at Via Cavour 210.
The tables were filled with the
usual "Bronfon" and "lekach" and
The Sabbath worship progressed in a few moments "L/chaims' were
being exchanged by all
found that the man seated!
me was the representatin
Jewish Agency to Italy.
from us were people u\.
AJDC and other welfare i
turns. I felt relaxed in
pany
The tinkling of a >poon|
glass brought the "olam"
attention and we listen
Rabbi's introduction of
Mitzvah. The praises were|
and from the comment Ii
deserving. The Bar MiU
His complexion was Latit]
seemed incongruous withI
moment To my amazema
gan his discourse "pil|
tract in the Talmud
the obligation of the
tephiln. Hi- fluent and.
Italian was interspersed1
brew phrases and quotab
the Talmudic passagesfla^
me to seize hold of the!
thought thai he wove
try tit intellectual bean
familiar "gamorah l.i-hon]
entranced until hi- M
When he completed
even one arose to pa)'
potts to the entire fi
stood around him. A
mazel-tovs filled the
high decibel of audibility-]
forward to congratulate.
ily and felt as if I had kH
for years. They represent!
best in our people that j
could appreciate.
My wife and 1 left for]
with a sense of spiritual r
we came to the corner toj
street we passed the
ruins of the OftaM
above. Here in its naTJ
had witnessed that"
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Je*J3hFhrkto*n
ariety of Chanuka Literature
Pocj*v7C
Jy ^jtlEL ZIMMER
. hardlv a holiday in the
-wish calendar about which
to been said and written
|, Yet. comparatively few
Jocund its true mean-
*7ven familiar with tht
0nc documents.
j be too great a task to
rjnto the "in lines of this
j ideas reflected in this
ft interim! i , to point mit some high-
with chanuka
urin^ '" 've a com-
(onnected
rof Chanuka is gener-
^d as a national war of
Consequently, the Mat-
jl portra\cd as national
rtHe the Hellenists are
I traitor- to the country.
tfjll picture happens to
ate.
^t fact that Judea had
ter foreign occupation, be-
at the Creek empire since
t of Alexander the Great.
tinuid from Page 5 C
I We are all too wiling, in
ItHNB, to trade our birth-
a new mess of pottage
|ou- ultimate called "ad-
Mfht richil> to ask, "Adjust-
(what"*" W< ought rightly
eour own consciences to
ier w< are not the ail-too
[Helton- of our own day.
Bt to attack ever) introduc-
Mt-ttnelling, but alas un-
incen-c into >anctuary
ity.
feenu'c ceh brat* this holi-
louch: to think less, per-
. ko are participating in
Und-dncd celebration of
B victory el a handful of
(very names most of Us
Hounrc. and dream in-
Ihow to follow their lead
:the Temple within our-
we nave seen too
rfaned with oils that we
I lor out selves.
11 LIGHTS
from Pag* 1 C
tic of Booths and inton-
fts customarilv recited on
i Jw- who took part in
(colorful and pjcturesque
as were at once a remin-
l revival ol past glories. It
'new leader and redcem-
[ri<*n. like Zcrubabbel of
" the latter glory of
greater than in the
1 if all the outcast and
tUd been gathered once
Wth the shelter of its
Moreover th incorpoeaUon f Ju.
dea in that empire had been a
peaceful one. as proven by history
and tradition. (Alexander upon en-
tering Jerusalem was met by "the
Righteous Simeon the* the H1Kh
Pnest -and all the legend, connec,
ert wrtn- that meeting are well
known).
After the division of Alexander,
empire. Judea had first been un
der the rule of the Ptolemaic dy-
nasty (with Egypt its capital) then
under the rule of the Seleukos dv
nasty with its capital in Syria. Dur-
ing these years, Judea did not re-
volt, despite the fact that this in
practical terms meant lack of na-
tional sovereignty which wa
stricted only to local and religious
autonomy. Nor did Antiochus at-
tempt to deprive Judea of what
ever autonomy she had. The revtll
broke out only when Antiochus
tried to deprive Judea of her faith
Even this statement is not an ab-
solute truth.
What Antiochus wanted was not
really complete abrogation of the
Jewish faith, but adaption of its
forms of worship to the then pre-
vailing general pattern. In other
countries under his rule a similar
process had taken place. As proven
by historical evidence, the llellen
l-t- -whose leader-, were notably
sons of the noblest families -nev-
er aimed at what would not be
called conversion. The notorious
Hellenist High Priests boon and
Menaloas considered themselves
High Priests of Jewish faith, only
"reforming" or adapting to 'mod-
ern" patterns of worship at the
Jerusalem Temple.
Moreover, as it appears from
reading the original of the Book- at
Hasmoneans, they thought they
mteroslT^ "& the national
'"nsis of their peoDle hv
strengthening It, es w?th fr F .
pre and i,,K.ra,,ng Judea of ,,\K;:;.
iorsh.n ""'^ted" forms of
worship, singling ,, out f
2J *? ^low-members
Objectively and politically speak-
ng this calculation was not .
artly wrong.
What the Maccahcans WCT0 real-
y aiming a. was merely and exclus-
tveiy the spiritual independence
'id reedom of (;,!- People
Mathathito' call had not been
Who ,s or Judea let him come
" jy "de-' to' no ona even in-
tend to deprive the people of
Judea of its country. It was 'Who
l to the Lord:1'
Thus. in looking for a concise
expression ol the true meaninj
chanuka, we can hardly find one
more appropriate than that con-
tained in our old prayorbook. writ-
ten by people who were nearer to
that era in time and spirit:
"When the wicked kingdom of
Hellenis stood up against Thy peo-
ple Israel to make it forget Thy
law. and to make them transgress
the commandments of Thy will and
Thou, in Try great mercy, hast
Stood by their side at their time
at distress, hast fought their bat-
tle, proclaimed their judgment,
taken their vengeance, hast given
the strong into the hands of the
weak, the many into the hands of
the few. and the wicked into the
hands of those who are occupied
with Thy Torah."
This is the true spirit of chanu-
ka.
Need we go into further analo-
gies and comparisons with our
present time?
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Just What is Halacha to Jewry?
By RABBI TIBOR STERN
Simultaneously with the Written
Law and scriptual guidance. Moses
handed down to Israel the Oral
Law, which is the ramification, the
expansion and the by-laws of the
Written Law. The Oral Law con-
sists of various forms of legisla-
tion; it COntsJni protective meas-1
tam against basic violations and |
preventive jurisprudence of tem-
porary and permanent nature (un-1
df the codifications of "seyog."
Takonoh. (lezcrah. Issiir. Heler.
Din, Mishmercs. Masorah and |
Ifinhaf). The over all application
of the above mentioned ramifies-'
Uoni is Halacba, 11. Jewish codes
Halacha i- law and order (it is
the Deuteronomy of the Written
Law). According to the Talmudic
interpretation, Halacha is the es-
sence of all Iffthnak and pre-mish-
naic legal interpretations of the
Written Law: it is slao the codifica-
tion of all our po-t Mishnaic and '
i>o-t Talmudic legislation, edited
in our Shulrhan Aruch. and the
Response Of the duly recognized
Kholari of each generation.
The Halacha are the words of
God spoken to Moses at Sinai. The
Talmud interprets the passage of
'what God spoke" as Halacha, and
the passage of "through Moses"
sj Talmud, and we understand that
in the phrase of "Halacha l'Moshe
M'sinai" that Halacha was handed
to Moses at Sinai. Halacha has
remained for centuries in its oral
form, handed down from teacher
to disciple, from father to son,
from generation to generation. The
reason for the existence of both
the oral and the written law as
separate entities was important to
estahhsh the fact that the Written
Law is subject to the "Masorah,"
"the traditional transmittance,"
and it can not be amended or
abridged. While the Oral Law is
free for all disputable interpreta-
tions, argumentations and addi-
tions or changes, and while some
opinions are discarded and reject-
ed, nevertheless "eelu v'eelu divre
elokim chaim" "both are Divine
opinions."
The paramount issue to put an
actual ban of studying orally the
Written Law and to set in writing
the Oral Law is widely discussed
in the Talmud. Our sages were of
the opinion that the scriptual per-
petuation of the Oral Law will
make Halacha a closed document,
it will prevent future scholars from
making amendments and changes.
It will be a roadblock to progress,
and it will be a general hindrance
to Torah. Because Halacha means
progress,, it is the "Halichos
Olam." universal progress. Each
interpretation of the Torah in the
light of the Halacha is another step
toward better human relations,
more social justice, a keener and
more liberal approach to human
problems. If such a document
would be a hbre clause, it would
have lost its significance s long
time ago. Only the consideration
of preserving tne already existing
Symbol of ancient Judaism, this Jew prepares to bless the is
for having kept him and sustained him through the veal
that he may light the Chanuka Menorah again. In milliom
homes throughout the world, Jewry will light their own Cha
ka candles this weekend to remind them of the miracle oil
vial of oilthe miracle of Jewish survival and quest lor I
dom throughout the ages.
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halachot persuaded the rabbis to
permit the writing of Oral Law.
However, it has still remained as
an "oral law" to be augmented
and reinterpreted, because the es-
sence of Halacha is the progressive
interpretation of the "written law."
Our Halacha was established
through duly elected authorities,
such as the Great Sanhedrin and
all its branches; however, the final
authorities over the enactment of
each Halacha was the general pub-
lic. If the measure was not ac-
cepted by popular response of
practice, the sages were prohibited
to enforce their rulings. Even if it
was originally accepted and prac-
| ticed, but future generations could
I not assume their observance, it had
to be abandoned by the court. In
cases where the court could not
overrule the legislation of their
predecessors, public resentment
could abolish them. This preroga-
tive spplies only to the "gezeroth"
which are the prohibitive type of
halachot.
The Shulchsn Aruch and a great
number of our pbst-Talmudic hal-
achic literature wss accepted by
the public not through appointed
or elected authorities, but through
recognition for individual scholar-
ship, piety and authorship. The
authority of the office was nearly
always of a local nature while the
authority of the scholar was of uni-
versal nature. It is obvious that
Maimonides was not appointed to
write his "Mishne Torah," Joseph
Karo his Shulchan Aruch, or Rabbi
Meir tsseiies his notes and min-
hakim; still they became the pillars
of our Halacha. and the official
codifiers of our religion, to be
binding upon all of us.
Halacha. when legally adopted,
becomes the integral part of our
Oral Law regardlett of the
I place, the authority nrthecil
stances connected with its
tion. Halacha is the discip
1 expression of our faith tfl
Halacha is ignored, violated!
used or repudiated, a breach!
the Covenant is made and
| "word of God" is blasphen
Halacha must he studied an
, derstood not only by the
I but by the public It is pr
impossible to be an observa
i without having a fair kno
I of the laws of our rituals,!
j vals, the Sabbath and public)
I tions. Torah without halachie|
I ciples. without personal |
I our laws, would be ob
soon forgotten It was once i
: in the "vineyard of Ya
"The Torah will be forgottetj
! Israel if a clear Halacha and i]
i Mishna will not be apparent]
clarity of our Halacha
largely upon the legislators
| islative bodies of the Halacb
! Rabbis of all ages are res
I to rule, to interpret and to|
the Halacha It takes
integrity to fulfill fearte
I duties of a lawmaker, and I
i public became lax in diseij
their lives through Halaca
cause of ignorance and
ence of the law due to the'
bility of the lawmakers.
Our Halacha is codified W
volumes, known a> the to-"
umes of the Shulchan Ar'
I'set table': 1, orach Chain.j
' Deah. 3) Ebtn Hoezer, 4)
Mishp.it
ORACH CHAIM: His
ters and 4.269 Articles. U
with precepts of personal
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r9, 1955
+Jel$trk>rMiinln
analysis Often Destroys Intent
Ufl0 SCHWARTZ
^ peop!-- who analyze
"h if yo" ;"" tnirsty nd
rSnk of *al.T and say what
l*fi thin water they
", water? Just a bit of
fad hvdrogen." Mention a
Jthem and it's the same
prove to you iff just
orhvdrogen mixed maybe
little'potas-,um or sod,um
111! with (hem. there's no
do mu"c' '"' eolor- They
^you need to know about
lojk the i'Manuka can-
ft til-
(nil the little Chanuka
ILj^j gtowinu m the dark,
'powerful it is-an eter-
dioland rc.i uiance to the
BtbedarkiK -"f the world
,,gUi>h the li hi of a single
[said the rabbis of old.
eatot tyrant who ever
[wild still '< insecure as
[there rema nod one candle.
[me ttndle uld prove his
That cue candle, said the
icf old. could liht another
jther and so onuntil the
m wi- covered with a blaze
Uemiracle ol the little can-
I wecelebrate <>n Chanuka.
i glow of a little candle, the
Jews of Modin gathered when the
edict of Antiochus, mighty leader
of the Syrian phalanxes, was re-
ceived:
"Know all
though we perish. Will you fight
with me. Jonathan?"
"I will, father."
than.
replied Jona-
"And you, Judas?"
"Father, bee, 1 have
banner."
lifted the
| The farmers of Modin gathered
around the Maccabeans and like
one candle lighting another, the
flame of resistance spread to other
communities.
When the Maccabeans drove An-
tiochus from the land and re-en
uya the legend, The legend under-
states the actual fact-. The one
the first-----Chanuka candle lit bj
the Maccabeans has actually glow-
ed through the ages The story ol
the Maccabean resistance and tn-
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itinotd from Pag* 4C
i iverace Israeli: ". the
[of the diaspora was no long-
nizahle The image and
ition on this new human
was not Hillel'a but Cea-
fTbt Janu-imure part
m farmer technician, part
I.starius (Latin: a dagger-
Masin)was of a char-
illy Western stamp."
Irs a misfortune," Toynbee
"for both Jewry and the
| that (hi- >iaielet should
|en the light at a moment
lit might he hoped that the
idcommumh of which this
like youmjest member was at
|ajproaching its eclipse."
passage indicates how a
t's mantle can becotne a
bid. brae I is hut one of more
1* dozen new states that have
poorn since World War II.
bee's remaining judgment
the Arab-Israel conflict is
startling in its unrelieved
}. There an no shades of
(."o reference- to the United
role or to Arab declara-
Wwar against Israel, no bat-
Uf claim- 'iuNnbee declares
* as the lews' supreme
to imitate some of the
[wds that the Nazis had com-
ain-t the Jews." In this
[nilar extraordinary declara-
Toynbee. as a moraliat.
men by these pres-
ents, that on and after date herein
mentioned, a Pig shall be installed
in the Temple at Jerusalem and all
Jews shall bow down before it and
anyone failing to do so or instead
worshipping the Universal God
shall he deemed as having commit
ted treason and shall be subject
to the penalties set therefore."
Modin was just a little obscure
town of ancient Israel. Nobody ex- ,crp(1 ,he Temple, they found oil
pected salvation to come tmm it. enou8h fo" one day only, but mine
The Maccabean family lived there lll,,l|v|v [1 lasted a whole week.
old Mattathias was a man every
one respected and his hoys. Judas
and Jonathan, were sturdy young
fellows, but they were farmer boj
They had never mixed in politic-,
or anything like that.
"This edict of AotiochUf is had "mph "vcr th(' trong an.I powerful
said Mattathias. "It means the end ** ever Cheered the Jewish heart.
of the ideals of the prophetsthe V,hvn Tn(,(|dore Hcrzl envisioned
concept of one God------the end of ,hc re estahliahment of the Jewish
Judaismthe end of the Jewish St*te-il wm Mtural that he should
State. Antiochus has a large army, turn to ,he Menorah as a symbol,
trained fighters with the finest The House of Shammai and the
martial equipmentsbut we Jews House of Hillel, says the Talmud
of Modin must fight." disputed over the question of the
"But father," said Jonathan, lighting of the Chanuka candles.
"Modin is but a small placealone the House of Shammai holding that
we are sure to lose." Jon the first night of Chanuka all
"Yes. Jonathan." said Mattathias, of tnc candlea should be lit with
"but we must hope that others will onp ,0"s on cach succeeding night.
join usbut whether they join or TLhe 'dfa hem" ,hat ,he Jews
not, we must raise the banner, even sh""1'1 look ,0 ,ne Past as tne ,im<'
of his greatest grandeur. The
House of Hillel held that on the
first night, one candle should be lit
with one being added each succeed-
ing night until on the final night,
all eight lights are burning the
idea here being that the future
should be looked to as the time of
the greatest grandeur. Judaism
kinsmen, but nevertheless adopted the Hillel view. The Cha-
I nuka candles look to the future
alive, with the 6.000.000 Jews who t0 the succeeding time of the tri-
died in crematoria and gas cham-j umPh f l(ne weak, and oppress-
[ ed over the forces of unnghteous-
Continued on
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Friendship time at Boys' Town in Jerusalem.
A group of students, with classwork for the
day done, gathei on the steps of one of the
dormitories for boy talk and group singing.
Here are lads from Poland and Rumania,
Iraq and Yemen, Hungary and Chile, Egypt
and Afghanistan, with Americans and I*,
raelis thrown in for good measure. Thevl
first Chanuka in the land of the free-had, I
the site of the Maccabee heroismwill be a|
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of daily prayers and benedictions,
the w naqoauo and ceremonials.
the Sabbath and the festivals.
YORF. DEAH- Has 403 chapters
and 3.687 Articles. It i.s divided in-
to two parts The first part deals
with Shechita and Treifah. the laws
of Kashruth. mixing of dairy and
matt, clean and unclean specimens
of low! and fish The second vol-
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ne and its ritual, family rela-
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!law of the Scripture, charity and
mourning.
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all marital problems, the laws of
marriage and of divorce, of the
Agunah and of the Halit/ah
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chapters and 3.687 Articles. It cm-
brace* all civil laws, system of
courts and trials, testimony and
busmen contracts and transactions,
inheritance, property and physical
damages, laws of proxy and owner-
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literature contains thousands of
problems not clearly defined in our
codes, and our responsa is rich
with commentaries upon* each ar-
ticle of the Shudchan Aruch. New
complications arise daily, and new
sources and interpretations are of
utmost importance to define the
law within the framework of the
Shulchan Aruch.
The Halacha today is closely tied
in with all major sciences, elec-
tronics, chemistry', medicine and
astronomy. Halacha of today must
be formulated according to many
social and political reforms, eco-
i
nomics and psychological currents.
Halacha of today with the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel must
assume its role to serve a country
and all public problems, rather
than to be confined to the guidance
of the individual.
These new arisen problems
should be welcomed by the halach-
ic authorities because we firmly
believe that Halacha never stands
in the way of progress, and prog-
ress never conflicts with Halacha.
There is ample legal flexibility in
our Halacha to harmonize it
with and to blend in to the antu
of our scientific era
To cope with our halachic pn
lems today, we mu>t again reta
to elective authority In our
the authority of the office a
more weight than the authority]
scholarship. Such appointed
thorities must he experts in
various scientmc fields that
upon Halaeh;i, aside from to
keen halachic scholarship and |
ety. In order that Halacha
be exercised u law and order I
not as a mere tradition and
toms and ceremetue-. wo raustl
'some teeth into Halacha. and'
! must grant proper power to
j lawmakers to execute their rulii
universally. Our Haiacha is
only instrument that will reuna]
the Jewish people spiritually;
will perform the gathering oft
(exiles" in a spiritual sense, andj
'will eliminate the various fa
! within Israel proper. A halach
I Torah Jew. is the true son of 1
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,. December 9. 1955^
The Lights* of Human Rights D
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%1 JACOB LION FRIiWD
L itatt principal festivals of
JEetfl calendar are celebrated
mincmoration of important
d event- in the life of the
Thus Passover marks the
^Lrsary of the very beginning
X nation -the redemption of
------- bondage to
ay
Lamp of true rel^on. In cornroem |,h..... ,
oration of this singular victory of f p-*dni*m victory ova
right and freedom over might ami Udaism's M"'"h denpotism. Jews of the world over!1,,Ws *h*. there would be neither
celebrate the Feast of Lights.' Cnr'^'anity nor Mahommedan.Mn
chanuka, by lighting candles dur- (in *tee and the history and
ing eight days beginnins Kislev 25 ,le-'ny of the entire world would
It was a victory of the few. hut w.th ** *cn quite different today.
LiTn e^T that^as chang PrinciP,e and conviction, over the "ere is another exempl, how an
HUNTER LYON. INC.
Horn sn _
_j (ho destinies of mankind. The
L 0[ Week-. r PentacosU ll
eted with the proclamation
[the Ten Commandments. It may
JTbe said that no religious docu-
S has exercised greater influ-
# on the moral and social life
gun than the Divine Summary
[human duty, contained in only
I Hebrew words in all known as
[Decalogue. The Feast of Taber-
ns principally the Festival of
_sgivings for the abundance
[the harvest, as well as for the
tios of God to Israel In the
ne*s.
[chief amem: the Minor Festi-
jare Chanuka (Feast of Lights)
I Punm. They do not partake of
jholiness of the above mention-
joyou- festivals. Their impor-
, however, should not be over-
inked.
hordes of Antiochus Epiphancs. j ""related event that oceurred two
The achievement of the Maccabees'millcnin f comparatively lit
can be summed up in the words of ,k' v'""ificancc in a remote part of
the prophet Zecharian 4: 6: "Not tn'' W(,r,(l has exercised such a
by might, nor by power, but by tremen>lou> influence on the ihap-
my Spirit, saith the Lord of hosts." in of history. It is for this reason
The Greeks were at that time !ha! *" **** chanuka feast of
the exponents of the highest Oil- ;1Rh'S vhUld hc ^'^ated by
ture in philosophy and the sciences 'U' Cn"rp dvUked *"** chri!~
but their pagan religion and pan-, a"d Mohamn>cdans alike, as
theon of idols differed widely "7' **** con!,ciencc-
from the Jewish teaching of ourc ''I' faith is highly sig"
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teaching of pure
Monotheism and high morals.
Where Antiochus and his
THE 0PINI0K3 OF HiSTORIflPJ TDYNBEE
into an intellectual rarilied anti-
Semitlsm, however abhorrent anti-
Continued from Pago 9 C
He full story of chanukais re- ( ben tnp cruc|jst cpjsodc of a
ritd ,n I and II Maccabees of hihtory, He recogniM,,.lhe gui of Scm.t.s.n undoubtedly is to Toyn-
Apocrypna. Mere it is in snort; thc Nazis WM M)k.|y am, [mlvi, bee. It may gain this standing, if
ably theirs Yet as a historian, he unchecked, because of Tovnbce's
[In the year 168 B(\ the Syrian
in; Antiochus Hpiphancs held
ny over Palestine. He was the
I5t in history to start religious
eeuiion. He turned the Temple
(Jerusalem into a heathen shrine,
the Jewish people were or-
to offer -aenfices to Zeus
other Olympian gods of the
iks. Those who refused to do
i or ob>er\ id Jewish rites, were
td or put to death. In those
CkhMI his e\e> to the verifiable
fact that at least a portion of the
misfortune of the Arab refugees is
caused by Arab leaders themselves:
who exploit that plight.
preemineneebecause it is inter-
woven with a Christian theology, a
scorn of nationalism and an earn-
est desire for the true brotherhood
of Man, all set forth with an erudi-
tion that may prove vastly appeal-
ing. If. for want of critical review
and discernment, these views be-
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If the pronouncements of To\n
bee the theologian prophet should
pass unscrutini/ed. accepted as
carefully measured historical truth, come popularized and distorted in
there could be another dark legacy the course of ever-widening spread
of terror the Jews produced ^ mankin(, shou|d his stigmatiz. hcy may be cultivated assiduously
1' ing treatment of Jews gain cred- by coarser hands, ultimately to be
ence. it may hecome transmuted reaped as a terrible new harvest of
lever cheri-h the answer of the
priest Mattahias, the father
like M.i to the royal rep-
ntative: "Though all' the na-.
j that are under the kind's
union obej him and fall away!
1 the religion of their |
hers, yet will 1 and my children
law brethren walk in the Cwve-
of our fathers il Massabees
: 19-20>. The aged priest and his
ions ippealed to their corelig-
w> throughout Palestine, ral-
thc faithful around them and
turled the standard of revolt.
'^rw years to the very day on
Mi the Temple was profaned by
blasphemous foe, Kislev the
of the year 165 BCE, Judah
beus and his brethren trium-
Kly entered the Holy City
purified the Temple and
the light during the eight
s.of Dedication Chaauka
*h a telling reminder, year
I >'r. ot tnc rekindling of the
i from a theoretical anti-Judaism hale.
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Aaron and David appear on rnener-
oth; one early 18th century silver
menorab in the Friedman Collec-
tion even shows the eight oil burn-
ers flanked by two secular Jewish
gabardines, of which one holds the
shamosh, the other an oil jar.
While sculpture in relief would be
bad enough from the orthodox
viewpoint, sculpture in the round
was probably even a worse offense,
yet it cannot be doubted that these
lamps were owned, not by Reform
Jews (there was no Reform Move-
ment before 1800) but by individ-
uals who firmly adhered to tradi-
tion. These pious men found an
ingenious way out of the dilemma:
by clipping off the noses of the lit-
tle sculptures they made the
figures incomplete and thus per-
missible from a religious view-
point!
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itself with peaceful dedication to human progress and!
spiritual belieL
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There are, of course, fewer
candelabrum-type menoroth in ex-
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afford them, whether they used
them in their home or, as was done
more frequently, donated them to
their synagogue. The most out-|flath*t tnat. usd to be worn onion a stlc* and giving
standing Chanuka lamp of this type
to be seen in America is on which
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belonged to the philanthropist
Jacob H. Schiff (1847-1920) and was
given to the Jewish Museum by his
daughter, Mrs. Felix M. Warburg.
This unusual early 18th century
silver piece has been described and
photographed so often that it is
sufficiently well known. I prefer
to call attention, instead, to several
details to be seen on large monor-
oth in the Friedman Collection: in
a 17th century piece, made in Ham-
burg by a Christian silversmith, the
central stem carries the figure of
Judah Maccabee as a finial; a some-
what later menorah of German
make is distinguished by its serv-
ant light, a man with the kind of
festive occasions; a brass menorah
made in Poland about 1700 by an
anonymous Jewish master is topped
by a bird with outstretched wings.
A volume with reproductions of
the most interesting Chanuka
lamps found in museums, temples,
and private homes all over the
world would be a real contribution.
Such a volume would include one
of the prized possessions of the
Bevis Marks Spanish and Portu-
guese Jews' Synagogue in the Brit-
ish capital. This menorah. made in
England in 1712, was inspired by
II Kings chapter 4, verse 1 to 7. It
represents the Prophet Elijah in-
structing the widow in the filling
of her vessels with oil. The prophet
stands in a flower garden leaning
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the presence of the .
sons.
Some menoroth are ni
for historical reasons alone. |
the Jewish Museum in I
an 18th century Chanuu I
adorned with a portrait of I
Joseph II. that Hapsburg i
issued the Edict of Tol
which removed any of the i
tional restrictions for
wooden menorah was nude]
Jewish terrorist" in the
internment camp at Atlita, I
tine, and is now in a South I
collection.
If we could only say that t
century, which saw Jews in I
all countries freely enter!
demies and trade schools, i
enced a new upsurge of
religious art: Unfortun
is not true. There was no I
! the need to turn to Gentilei
as Jews now excelled ia alii
and crafts, hut instead of hi
new ideas into their work I
tated patterns and despu i
Baroque or Rococo era that I
much affinity with the mathi
as a curled pcrruqie or i
ottes worn in the era of 1
Efforts were made in the]
'to replace the stylistic thrt
' by less ornate pieces. Sen
sinners who were prominerti
Weimar Republic transferred!
tools and skills to the Holi r
Today, one of ihc leading
in metal there is 'he
'Yehudah Wolpert whose.
simple Chanuka lamp i
brass fit modern living".'
our congregations could
themselves ol the tajentf
sculptor lik.' Bernard BosenU
Dr. Benjamin Masar. president of Hebrew Univnruty. Jeru- ft tho^'in Sw v3P
presSenl'oT^^0,11 ^ Moife V^"' ot New Cleans. X^on ofb^ .he
Cf"1 of l*? Naonal Council of Jewish Women, for her jthe artistic sensrtrtwn
leadership In Council s participation in the university. I century man
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Page 13 C
iir
+ ** iriJTS r01 olWJeft on the a,end
out
tenth annual session
one fact stosd
nffai#
jnay k
SiWl .t_.
jtlr if afii
fas may put on a great
MD|ic attack against
State. But -actually
\y one "s*ue on *nc
^.ng upon the Israel-
fet directlyand there
whatever that that
|o no harm whatever to
ain Uiat the Arabs
i, to beat the war drums
^violently a> they could.
oat of concern for the
B Jeft on the agenda
exploit. .
ihty tMH|e
>sterT>nlle may be brought
up here. Mr. Dulles had proposed
something that Lsrael, of course
accepted in principle since Is-
rael itself had made the same sug-
gestion right in the General As
sembly, last year. The Dulles
health of the Saddle Fas. '
JftJ and there, an fcenal Reft
*'" Kive the Arabs other oppor-
tojJUe. todiaptay their .ntl-ffi
nation will be debated and the
Arabs will beat the air about Is-
raels 'failure- to permit self-de-
termination to Arabs. The Human
compensation plan envisages
large international loan ^^2^2? TV'" "'-'"""l
that the Jewish State could1 oH? t .Ara,,s wlU sound
the money to compensate Ara J.L, ""' "'"' two Arab diP"
iRees. If the n.n "lCAr^ lomats wert' outstanding in human
so
use
refugees. If the plan
comes up
peaceful atmosphere with the United States delegation, and the late Mahmoud Ami the
eign
cm
here, in line with the
Spirit.' that Egypt sent
m Minister Mahmoud
head the Cairo delega-
f| j< well known here.
mment could depend on
fire a steady stream in the
of Israel Gone this year
of the Arab bloc's bitter-
Lebanon's Charles Malik.
given up diplomacy to sell
automobiles in the Mid-
ffe was always counted
p Arabs here to do a lot
iting against Israel, in and
season, and t.> hammer his
"borne with a display of
.philosophic pyrotechnics.
it in a good position to re-
lUlik. Whether he will or
remains to be seen.
B the only asenda item con-
w Israel directly comes
"the debate on the United
; Relief and Works Agency
ivgte- from Palestine, the
[blot will certainly have its
The representatives of the
Iflivernments who keep the
dd Arab retugees in hov-
weep bitterly over the
their brethren. But they
no one here. It is well
here that Israel, with its
i of genuine and deep con-
fer the suffering of all peo-
Jamore profoundly aware of
fate of the Arab refu-
are the spielers from
tBeirut and Damascus. The
I till probably ask for more
for UNRYVA and will
fget increased funds; after
don't have to meet the
|*ktch are paid out of funds
by the Big Powers. They
nt the money to be used
I not for resettlement
refugees. Israel will cer-
I Nitioni JTA corr**pond*nt
*n diepatched this column
Kciuon of the opening of the
IttMion of the General Aaw-
1I month* jgo. Wo reprint
'i column here for ooveral
Commencement of tho
fiitivai 1U0. significantly,
[UN Humin Right* Day. In
Mi* column present* a
contrnt .n light of th*
cK*n*. on the international
>**ti Mr. Canon* column was
1 ubiithed in Th* Jew.sn
J** offer thi* a* a otudjr
""fary h.ttory. THI
here, it is Hot even certain thai!rights w"rk ll('^,' ''"' years the
such discussion would find favor s;i,m' ''" Malik mentioned above.
There is reason to believe that r,.vrt,,,ii "",'" '"""' ""
Mr. Dulles would prefer to have 2* who died
the cbmpensation plan labeled as I. n y a year ag0 wml ar8"-
American, rather than turn it over Iing a2ainst Israel in th--* Security
to the United Nations; Washington Continued on Page I4C
Ruasia'a V. M. Molotov stands contemplatively rverlooking
the hills of "San Trancisco after his much talked about "barn-
tocming" toux across the United States to attend the UN s
tenth anniversary celebration there. Fresh from smiling across
the tables at Geneva, and from waving his cowboy hat before
farmers in America's vast west, no one could then predict
"the new freese"the Soviet stiffening at the Foreign Min-
isters' conference in Switzerland last month and Commu-
nism's invasion of the Near East. A San Francisco P<*cmn
helps "guard" Molotov with the protection he believed he
needed. .________,------------
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Sad Chanuka for Soviet Jewry
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I'nited Nations
.Judaism presents a dark picture
in the Soviet I nion. with unhappi-
oe*s and fear persisting among
many Soviet Jew:, despite the con-
siderable easing of Soviet policy
, toward Yiddish culture, it was re-
vealed here recently in the New
York Times by its correspondent
Harry Schwartz, who returned re-
cently from an extensive tour of
the Soviet Union
Mr Schwartz reported that Jews I
he interviewed in the Soviet told
him that the younger generation
w.i. virtually totally ignorant of |
Judaism. The lone exception was |
in Tiflis. where a rabbi told him
that the children were learning) Youngsters rehearse with a spiritual leader f
about Judaism and that he had no the Festival of Lights which relate the tal*. liZ \* **&<
fears for the future. But of the cabees and the single vial of oil-miracle of ell f
ten cities he visited with an esti- "uuoie oi Lhanulca.
mated aggregate population of a I.____.- ... .,
million Jews. Mr. Schwartz reports SSKSTS ^ J S SWePt ,hrough <"* entire
,s dubious ,f even as manias g* f iscninui.tion and Union and SmSkSSJ
10 percent attended Yom Kmour an,,Sem,,,5m: Jews com-|aged from the y *
io i M*ny
SCl
three synagogues. Tiflis two. and Sl^'^'T """l .bJ,n;Ph" ^eloped *^ '
K,ev. Odessa. Lenigrad. Baku. Ros-> ",y of having tned to than merely .oleratd h
tov and Minsk have one eacn. ; murder Sov.et leaders. [leaders. At that time ^
Kharkov, a city with about 100.000 At the same time Mr Schwatti'gU,rds ul,ered anti-Jewish
JtWl has no synagogue. The Khar- reports that "there is now talk '
kov synagogue was closed when among Soviet Jews that a Yiddish
the rabbi was imprisoned for alleg- newspaper will soon be published"
ed subversion several years ago.
MURRAY'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR
Mr. ana* Mrs. Maurice Samuels and Daughter, Cynthia
1712 N.W. 36th STtEET PHONE NE 5-3941
Best Wishes for Chanuka
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. Mr. cS Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. Mr. and that "some Yiddish writers im-
Disclosing that rabbu and lay F^n^L 1?**^* 2*
heads of congregates painted a .!*? have W"* o*en releas-
picture of Jewish life as complete- j
ly free for all who wished to wor-1 (In the Nov. 4 issue of U.S. News
ship but there "seemed to be an ,'and World Report, Dr. Wilhelm
element of fear lest they draw a Starlinger. a German physician
dark picture." Mr. Schwartz reports who was released in 1854 from a
that many Jews who cling to the Soviet forced-labor csmp. relates
Yiddish language and tradition that there were "surprisingly many
awe a far darker picture, com-i Jews" in the slave camps and that
plaining bitterly about anti-Semi- in one camp for invalids he once
tism and expressing a desire to "calculated the number of Jews
emigrate Their typical comment at about 10 percent of the total." [Council. The Malik and kim
was we are not wanted here" or Dr Starlinger writes: "At the time utations for ronrern nn m>.I
we feel as though we live with a of the rupture of relations with IJ L "! *****
Human rights had been remi
accompanied by raucous
A few years previous. u
citizen would have been
and punished for this Exj..
ed Jewish intellectuals repeal
told me at that time that if |
anti-Semitic wave increased
would have to expect pog
Continued from Page 13C
rope around our necks." Even Israel, before the trial of the Jew-
among the assimilated Jews with ish doctors, an anti-Semitic wave
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tinguished NBC radio and TV announcer. Brandeis. non-
sectarian Jewish-sponsored university, is a symbol ol Jewish
identification with the spirit ol the Bookthe freedom ol the
theme of Chanuka.
here as an uncostly way of ad
Arab consciences. It is easy eno
to be for human rights here
and forget thai millions of
poor have no rights whatever]
home.

Of course, it i- | -mle thatj
Arab delegate* may be
into withhi : their'^
ittseka this yi
W'MlId III'
out i its main motil But this m
tain Even il the \rabs do 1
their noi i little? i
BaTte), though ver> -tronrfjj
reseated here this year,
I as of this moment little to I
about. It niu-t be emphasittfl
(the situation could change.
I could change if a major
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ithe Israeli situation here is'
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H*b*>nrA*kM
liami Agencies Look Ahead
jPage 15 C
M of community surveys
'IT the everyday living pat^
fJiang and old alike was
slit of discussion at the
?mcet.np f the community
ISSttee of Greater Mi-
fc jiiih Federation.
R-rfh representatives present
iUif Federation's major ben-
MJ agem-u-s in the fields of
'Sot. health, welfare and re
!Tlong-rane planning was
>*ted in a hlueprint designed
T the proper development
J,I* Jewish community.
Irhiirman of the community
Bg committee. Harold Thur-
pointed out that special com-
TE of Federation have been
jing intensively in recent years
["various ana- requiring plan-
These Included the Jewish
-> for the Aged study which
| to the Ahlm Memorial cam-
n studie> in vocational serv-
,ai child care leading to for-
of the progrMBl as a de-
nt of the .Jewish Family
(he Federation-Hospital
rtudy committee and the
uth committee. i
I the field of leisure-time and
fitional services, the need of
wit siud> waf emphasized by
jm Gale, executivt director of
[Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
Centcr Following factors
quoted a- reasons for an
_ stud>:
[The rapid -hilt and growth of
[population ha- resulted in
nun\ requests for services
[from the Center.
What l> p< ol programs are in-
dicated?
What should be the Tenter's
responsibility in regard to fa-
cilities | not available
for certain groupa, such as
country camping?
[b the face ol population
PrJunge.s and growth, how does
this affect the present buiki-
| uuj locations''
I Whit shall be the priorities
of services rendered by the
Center?
Planning for the aged has
urned" major importance in u,,
area because of the influx of older
"people into the community, it was
reported by Maurice Pearlstein '
executive director of Jewish Home
for the Aged. Although some
steps have been taken to deal with
this problem by the Senior Citizens
Division of the Welfare Planning
Councrl. it was urged that Federa-
tion, through their planning com
mittee should develop an over-all
program for the aged, particularly
non-institutional resources.
Listed as a basis for develop
ment of this overall program for
the aged were the following:
1. A central intake bureau for
the aged.
2. Foster home and board care.
3. Job placement program.
4. Day care program.
A geriatric clinic and home
medical and nursing care.
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Harold Thurman
. headed sessions
^\

Irving Cyptn
kuhruth committee chairman
Greater Miami residents are
just beginning to learn of the
child-care program unclertaken-
during the past year by the Jew-
lib Family Service, it was reported
by Albert Comanor, executive di-
rector. Here again, a better under!
standing of community need- mu
projected so that necessary -civ
ices could be developed
Comanor announced that the
I agency is hiring a visiting home-
maker and will begin a limited fos-
tcr home program for the aged.
Thurman reported that for some
time a Federation-lit. Sinai ho-
pital committee h; been studying
the health needs of the commu-
nity in preparation for the new
building program at the hospital
Other major community programs
include the kashruth question in
which Federation is deeply inter-
l ested and a chaplaincy service
whereby chaplains are engaged to
visit Jewish patients in various
hospitals. Irving ("ypen heads the
kashruth committee jnd Rabbi
Jonah Caplan represented the Rab-
binical Association requesting the
chaplaincy service.
In the field ot Jewish education
a local education study has been
authorized by Federation executive
committee, according to Thurman.
The Bureau's executive director.
Louis Schwartzman, explained that
the local survey to be conducted in
April and May. 1956. is part of a
national study taking place in gome
i 20 of the larger Jewish conimu
' nities.
Also under discussion was Fed-
Aeration's role in local community
relations as ;i cooperative agency
Since its inception 18 J
Federation lias worked close!) adth
'local civic defense agencies, mcfa
jas the American Jewish Commit
I tee. the Anti-Defamation League,
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Federation's planning committee
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basis and has set up a sub-commit-
tee to develop methods and pro-
cedures of operation and to high-
light the specific problems which
face the Jewish community day by
day.
Present at the Committee meet-
ing were Thurman. Mrs. Leo Ack
erman, Rabbi Caplan. Mrs. William
Capland, David Catsman, Comanor,
\ Bu Id Cutler. Cypen, Mr-. Jo-
seph Duntov, Leon Epstein, Her-
man Feldman. dale. Dr. Morris
Goodman, Leon Kaplan, Joseph
Masters, Mrs. Harold Rand,
Schwartaman, Isidore Bimkowitz,
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