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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Flaridian
33 Number 52
C-U*g l JEWISH Win d THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 25, 1959
Four Sections
SAM BLANK
World Bank OK
For $55 Million
Assist to Nasser
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTONThe World Bank Tuesday officially announced
that signatures have been affixed to an agreement under which the
United Arab Republic will be loaned $56.5 million to improve the Suez
Canal.
\m Blank, Harold Thurman Will
iad '60 Combined Jewish Appeal
two of Miami's top civic and business leaders have been appointed chairmen of the 1960 Combined
Appeal, it was announced Tuesday by Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
i, at a meeting of Federation's board of governors. Sam Blank and Harold Thurman will lead the
community's 21st annual fund drive for support of some 56 local, national, and overseas welfare
isted Ex-Nazi Teacher
ilayed in Citizenship Try
EW YORK can citizenship in 1939 to broadcast Nazi propaganda and who
Bd a teaching post on Long Island this week after protests, tried
Bin his citizenship at a hearing here.
He was turned down by the Uni-
ted States Immigration and Nat-
I i ";!-timm'im.u I 'nui
ihanuka Fare
fchanuka, the Festival of
hts, which celebrates the
lory of Judah Maccabcc
his forces over King
Jiochus, begins with the
bting of the first candle
Iday evening.
the Jewish Floridian, in a
I e c i a 1 supplement this
ek, devotes many stories
illustrative material to
study of this ancient and
tous holiday.
pee Sec. C and D for read-
that will interest the
Die family, and offer clear
instructive insights into
meaning of Chanuka, its
itory and customs.
Also nmed at the board of
governors moating was a board
of co-chairmen for the 1960
drive. The co-chairmen, now in
process of being enrolled, include
Jay I. Kislak, Irving (Bing) Ko-
soff, Tom Kravitz, Joseph M. Lip-
ton, Julian Weinkle, and Aaron
Kravitz.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, in-
ternationally-noted woman attor-
ney, member of the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction, and
long active in local Jewish and
civic affairs, will head the Wom-
uralization Service on a point of en's Division of the Combined
procedure but he was told he could Jewish Appeal, Blank and Thur-
reapply. He is expected to do so man also revealed.
on Jan. 4.
As he left the building, a small
group of persons shouted at him
and one young man told him:
"Traitor! You have given up your
citizenship while other Americans
| were killed in gas chambers by
Nazis like you." Workers at
inea
work
.not reply. The 42-year-old former
JNazi party member drove off in a
taxi with his British-born wife.
Now in its 21st year, the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal is the top pri-
ority fund-raising campaign con-
ducted in Dade county by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
the central community planning
agency.
"The year 1960 marks an historic
Ay"waking proJecT'stopped I milestone to the life of our Greater
l t wnr Sitter who did Miami Jewish community, the
chairmen said in a joint statement
this week.
"As Federation attains its ma-
jority to its 21st year," they said,
"we hope to launch a new era of
generosity for the upbuilding of
Jewish life everywhere."
Blank is a founder and former
His bid was turned down dur-
ing an interview with William
Kenville, a naturalization inves-
tigator, far whom Dr. Sittler
filled in forms and answered
Continued on Page 2-A
Continued on Paga 14-A
The bank approved the loan de-
spite anti-Israel blockade actions
in the canal.
The agreement was signed by
UAR Ambassador Mostafa K-
mal Mahmoud Yunes, chairman
of the board of the Suez Canal
Authority, and Eugene R. Black,
president of the World Bank. The
UAR will have 15 years in which
to make repayment.
The World Bank made the loan
in participation with nine private
institutional investors.
Egyptian authorities said the
loan was obtained with "no strings
attached." As pertains to the anti-
Israel blockade, they said the
blockade would continue in force.
Protests to the loan earlier in the
week were directed by a number
of members of both Houses of
Congress to the president of the
World Bank and to Secretary of
State Christian Herter, as well as
to Secretary of the Treasury Clin-
ton Anderson. However, the State
Department's reply was that the
World Bank was an "economic"
rather than a "political" medium
U.S. to Assist
In Modernizing
Cairo's Airport
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTONThe U. S. Gov-
ernment has announced a new
agreement with the United Arab
Republic of great potential im-
portance to the UAR Air Force
jet bomber squadrons. The U. S.
Federal Aviation Agency announc-
ed it will assist the UAR to a multi-
million dollar project to modernize
and expand Cairo's airport facili-
ties for the jet age.
In the initial phase, a team of
FAA experts will cooperate with
the UAR by going to Egypt to
plan and design facilities to
handle the largest jet planes and
facilitate take-off and landing
Continued on Page 7-A
GREEK SHIP STOPPED AT SUEZ
Israel Won't Bow to Egypt
'Piracy/ Golda Tells Knesset
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMIsrael will continue to insist on the right of passage
through the Suez Canal and will not be deterred by the "piracy" of
President Nasser of the United Arab Republic from reasserting this
right in the future, Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, declared
Tuesday night in a. report to the Knesset.
Mrs. Meir had been scheduled to* "
speak Wednesday on the newest
Suez Canal impasse created by the
UAR detention last Friday of the
Greek freighter the SS Astypalea,
which was bound for Djibouti
deration Approves New $175,000 Location
_. ..,__.. l_. imnifo until next Anril or
loard of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Tues-, umenta| jn discov.ring the
ight unanimously approved purchase of a site and building, wnicn
ecomo Federation's permanent headquarters sometime in April
iy of I960. _,
he board gave approval of the purchase at a price of $175.000.
closing to take place by*
131
Hey C. Myers, chairman of a
ption permanent site commit-
reported to the board on de-
W the location at NE 13th st.
and Biscayne blvd. The committee
has been searching for a new Fed-
eration home since it was appoint-
ed some two years ago.
Fred K. Shochet, publisher of
availability of ha site and
pressad Bessemer Properties,
owners of this and other choice
locations along Biscayne blvd.,
to consider Federations pur-
chase interest. Shochet and
Myers completed negotiations
between the parties to the deal.
Federation is not expected to
move until next April or May be-
cause of the upcoming 1960 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign.
Real estate appraisers conserva-
tively value the property in excess
of $200,000, and consider the $175,-
000 purchase price "an excellent
one."
The property fronts on Biscayne
blvd. in a curve from 13th st. to
Continued on Page 2-A
French Somaliland with a cargo of
Israel cement. However, Mrs.
Levi Eshkol, wife of Israel's Fi-
nance Minister, died Tuesday
morning, and the session scheduled
for Wednesday morning was can-
celed to permit Knesset members
to attend the funeral.
Mrs. Meir indicated that Israel
would send additional cargoes for
Suez Canal transit. She also re-
viewed current developments, in-
cluding the detention since last
May 21 of the Danish ship, Inge
Toft, the negotiations that follow-
ed, and the background under
which the Astypalea was dispatch-
ed to Port Said.
The ship was sent under condi-
tions suggested by United Nations
Continued or. Page o-A
.1.


ige 2-A
ond Drive Here
lay Hit Top Five
ities in Nation
Miami ha- BH I'pixi'liinity of add
i to Ihc many MitiOMl laurels
eady won In the past two pears
Israel Moncl sales by entering
coveted circle of "big five'" fit -
in actual dollar Bond sales, it
I announced this week by Jack
Cantor and Samuel Oritt gen-
i chairman ol Qm Oraatet Mi-
ni Israel Bond committee.
hey made the announcement
>r to the final executive board
etinfrof the year which was held
t week at the Dupont Plaza
el.
Canter and Oritt stated that if
\ results of the last 10 days
rt as successful as those of
>e first 90 days of tht "1M de-
rive days," they anticipated
at Miami would for tha first
mt in history move into tha
oup of fiva top cities in tha
nited States in bond sales.
inly the major urban center* of
w York. Los Angeles. Chicago
d Philadelphia were expected to
reed Miami's Israel Bond sales
the end of 1959. Thus. Miami
uld surpass such larger commu-
as Boston. Baltimore. De
nt. Cleveland. St. Louis and
ier cities with greater Jewi>h-
pulations.
This distinction. Cantor and Oritt
mted out. would follow on the
nor garnered by Miami last year
the leading city in the I'nite d
ataj in the percentage rate of in-
eased Bond sales over the pre-
HMM year.
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Ousted Ex-Nazi Teacht
Delayed injCitizenskip j
Making plans for the Yeshiva University dinner here Sunday
evening at the Fontainebleau hotel otc sealed (left to right)
Miah Marcus. Ben Rudnick, Abraham Snider. Standing are
(left) Charles Fruchtman. who will be guest of honor, and Dr.
Benjamin Fine, dean of the university's graduate school facil-
ities.
Yeshiva University's 73rd Academic
Year to be Marked at Dinner Sunday;
Sen. Douglas, Dr. Belkin, Fruchtman Due
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Sen. Paul H Douglas and Dr.
Samuel Belkin. president of Ye-
shiva University, will be guest
speakers at a function celebrating
the 73rd academic year of one of
the largest and oldest schools of
its kind in the United States.
The dinner in honor of local in-
dustrialist and philanthropist
Charles Fruchtman will take place
I at the Fountamebleau hotel on
Sundav evening, 6:30 p.m.
General chairmen of the dinner
on behalf of Yeshiva are R. Wil-
liams Apte. Jack A. Cantor and
Leo Robinson. Honorary' chairmen
are Abe Aronovitz. Charles Char-
eowsky, Alex S. Gordon, Jennie
Grossinger. Abraham L. Mailman,
Dr. Kurt Peiser. Joseph M. Rose.
William D. Singer and Harry Sir-
kin.
Serving both the Jewish and
general communities. Yeshiva
University with its 17 graduate
and undergraduate schools in
tha arts, sciences, humanities
and Jewish scholarship, has by
its growth acted to moot tha un-
precedented challenge facing
higher education.
Dr. Belkin recently announced
plans for a ten year program to de-
velop two campus areas of Yeshiva
University at a cost of $30,000,000.
Dr. Benjamin Fine, dean of the
graduate school of education of
: Yeshiva University and former ed-
itor of the New York Times Edu-
cation Department, has come to
Miami to attend the dinner in hon-
or of Fruchtman.
Sen. Douglas will arrive from
Illinois just in time to be escorted
by local motorcycle police to the
Fontainebleau hotel. Douglas, who
has been selected "No. 1 Senator"
in numerous polls, and has been
called one of the most independ-
ent, courageous and thoughtful
men in Congress, is a consistent
supporter of a strong national de-
fense.
There will be an Informal recep-
tion at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Robinson, 4430 Pine Tree dr.,
on Saturday evening in honor of
Dr. Belkin.
1 U I I Y .
TERMITE
CONTROL
Continued from Page 1 A
questions. One of tha two char-
acter witnesses he brought to
the interview was unqualified on
a technicality. Dr. Stttler prom-
ised to bring a qualified witness
and was given permission to ap-
ply again en Jan. 4 when his
wife also will apply far cttrasn-
ship.
Peter A. Esperdy. district dlree-
lor of the Immigration and Nat-1
uralization Service, said that the
question of whether or not Dr. Sit-
tler believed in the principles of
the United States Constitution
would be "the only issue" in con-
sidering his petition. Mr. Esperdy
said that Dr. Sittler's Naii party
membership would not be held
against him.
Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York
Republican, aaid meanwhile that j
his investigation of the case was
continuing. He aaid immigration
officials had informed him of the
circumstances of a deportation or-
der for Dr. Si tiler but that he had
not received an explanation of how
the former rfari party member was '
able to re-enter the United States
in 1954.
He had been brought to Washing-
ton by the government as a wit- j
ness in a wartime treason case and
sought to remain. He left under
a deportation order and then came
back.
Or. Sittler's resignation as as-
sistant professor at the C. W.
Peat College a* Long Island in
Broekvilte to I rowed refusal by
tha faculty to approve a college
administration request for en-
dorsement of the hiring.
Dr. Sutler defended himself at
the faculty session where the re-1
fusal took place. He denied he
ever swore allegiance to Hitler,'
hat he knew .be-,
centration campTw
W acted tnr
tended he was ma
Iterview with the T
wh.rh attributed tag
ments to him.
Federotioi
New Builds
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frontage include* itI|
Bayshore dr.; 228 ft at
and 276 ft. on Ufj, tT i
An existing buildai |
5.000 sq. ft., b) three?
and contains i ustl i
First two stories, atari |_
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December 25, 1959
ZJartstPorMlan
Page 3-/
Zionists Clarify Actions Group Issues
NEW vripu- ttm* *
NEW YORK-(JTA)-A number
resolutions adopted
World Confederation
Zionists with regard to the pro-
posed revisions of.the constitution
of
by the
General
li~ WFW ZTi$LOrKanizatk
wefemade publicise '
"The
ere thi.'Twe'eV General
9tei, an equitable apportion-
ment of mandates for countries
other than Israel and the United
States.
World Confederation of
Zionists, teased on the! the
the non-partisan approach whit
has always characterized its a
lions," the statement said.
At the same time, it was a
nounced here that the executive
hv rr I*- i r-, ,. Y*KKK\--" =io, iwsra on me; me orin coi.i ei
RnJ h3i Goldstein and Mrs. Principle of non-identification with! eral Zionists, which
Rose Halprin, co-chairman of the
I confederation.
The resolutions, adopted in New
York in consultation with the Con-
federation's branches in various
countries, endorse the decision
adopted at the last Actions Corn-
any political parties in Israel, and
representing 29 countries, will hold
meetings in London of the execu-
tives of its European Confedera-
tion and will meet in plenary ses-
sion in Jerusalem on Dec. 27 to
formulate its stand on the various
mittee meeting to open the way for i Problems facing this next Actions
de Hirsch Meyer, chairman of the dinner that paid trib-
Max Orovitz (right), president of Mt. Sinai Hospital Sat-
L at the Fontainebleau hotel, presents Orovitz with a pla-
Pin recognition of his years of dedication and devotion to
ospital." Some 700 persons turned out to attend the lavish
1 function, which also featured a presentation to Orovitz
silver humidor inscribed with the facsimile signatures of
* Founders of Mt. Sinai, donors of $50,000 or more to the
ledical institution on Collins Island.
admitting into the World Zionist
Organization non-Zionist bodies.
The resolutions also urge abo-
lition of the Small Actions Com-
mittee; that the interval between
Zionist Congresses be set at four
years instead of the present elas-
tic three years, and that post-
ponement beyond the four-year
interval be agreed upon only for
extreme cause; and that the size
of the Actions Committee be
agreed at 100. They insist on the
preservation of 500 as the num-
ber of Zionist Congress dele-
Jroup to Donee
formed group of single
ad women, age 25 and over,'
! business and professional!
I is now meeting at Monti-
ark Congregation. The
Inn ill hold a Chanuka dance
cial Sunday evening at the
ation. In charge of reser-
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parole Goldberg, and Miss
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Fete Saturday
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami will have a Chan-
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Blackstone hotel on Saturday eve-
ning, Dec. 26.
Jacob C. Fishman and Joseph
Mechlow, co-chairmen, are assist-
ed by Daniel M. Broad and Julian
L. Berman in arranging the pro-
gram.
After the traditional Chanuka
lighting ceremonies, vocalist Gol-
die Sussman will present a pro-
gram of musical selections. She
will be accompanied by Aida Yas-
low at the piano.
Dr. Zev Kogan, Southeastern
Jewish National Fund executive
director, will be guest speaker.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz is presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund
Council here.
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RAY U. BINDER_______________Correspondent
Volume 33
Number 52

Friday, December 25,
24 Kislev 5720
1959
We're Doing Business With Dictator Nasser
When President Eisenhower in November
and December oi 1956 passionately insisted on
Israeli withdrawal from Sinai as the sole basis
on which to deal with Egyptian aggressive acts
in the Middle East, he sell-righteously declared
that the world community of nations would
know what to do in the future in the event Nas-
ser continued to bar Israeli shipping through
the Suez Canal.
The President with a firmness of purpose
he never displayed before or after, swiftly
guided UN policy as an extension of bankrupt
Dulles Middle East diplomacy to reinstate Nas-
ser on the throne from which he was so
ignominiously toppled, and the status quo ante
was returned to the trouble area.
Needless to say, Nasser has since then
brazenly continued to blockade Israeli ship-
ping through the Suez Canal and, despite Mr.
Eisenhower's finest example of bootless ora-
tory, neither the United States nor the world
community of nations in general subsequently
mustered action against Egypt for the breach of
international law.
As if to give the United Arab Republic chief
tacit approval of his aggressive actions, the
World Bank Tuesday approved a S56 million
loan to Nasser to improve the canal. During
the negotiations leading up to the final agree-
ment, many of our nation's top legislators em-
phasized the extent of Egyptian offensespar-
ticularly the improper use of the canal to fur-
ther Egypt's unabating war against Israel.
First Candle of Chanuka
We kindle the first Chanuka candle on Fri-
day evening. The advent of the Festival of
Lights is a happy occasion. The celebration re-
minds us of a glorious period in Jewish history
and a glorious victory over tyranny.
Sec. C and D of this week's issue of The
Jewish Floridian contain many articles devoted
to a discussion of Chanuka. There, may be
found detailed explanations oi the holiday, its
symbols and traditions.
Suffice it here to say that Chanuka marks
the Jewish triumph in man's first battle lor relig-
ious freedom. In the story ol the heroic Macca-
bees is a portrait of the never-ending struggle
to reaffirm the dignity of the human spirit.
themselves, insinuate it on the public frequenik
mately achieve unqualified acceptance
rarely less than financially affluent
area as an example, they silence by intimidaHiJ^ """"l
Siting possible incompetence in mother "* **!
The question is a troublesome one because hn
may suspect the "leader personality" and the needST"
contemporary democratic aociety. both are neceaurf ,^"H
community's survival as an identifiable unit. *
The men and women who occupy positions of nreeti,,-.
ish life today can not be expected to do so twenty Z i *1
training ground for replacements is thus of equal iW "*1
fulfilling an emergent philanthropic Roal The c*TV**
Federationa and Welfare Funda. recognizing the iZelli
problem, at its last general assembly in San FrancUwiS
establishment of a cultural foundation under CJFWF aeek
A more native example is the formation of a youm .
group by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, which offmZ]
pective lesder of tomorrow the opportunity to observe it rL'
the operations of his counterpart today. ,f
Each of these, and others throughout the natior
by which the Jewish community appears to be coming to B
the problem. Each haa its merits and weaknesses; the; di
recognize the need for prompt action if we are not to t*,
unawares.
UT ACTION IN itself is hardly the panacea. A mm sfej
* when he should be swimming must surely drown WT^i
goal? What direction do we chart to achieve it? What'oarim
date offer as qualifications before be can be accepted as itnj
These are all aspects of the larger definition of the vague tern.4,
er." and here is where an otherwise clearl) defined issue basj
' The alternative methods of dealing with the devekaaasd.
corps of future leaders are differentiated by those m /poatkj
answer the questions. While there is a generally unifiedi
of the problem, little more than confusion exists in the mat!
achieving a solution. Persons presently in positions of
will offer widely varying and often conflicting views on JewJ
and Jewish community life. This suggests highly individual j
es to goals, direction and qualifications. It also implies u ea
in the future of the multi-faceted and even wasteful )e*dmstfl|
marks current society.
Whatever may be said about our "cultural rebmi.'tki
remains that American Jewry's basic activity is philaniDrapn
today. Fund-raising for local, overseas, and Israeli needs i
ish communities across the nation more than any other i
gram; while such ideological dispute as it may stimulate |
revolves about the question of just how these needs shall be I
Bui aa increasingly large number of men and women tret
ing about 44m generations ahead. What will be the aatore i
of their philanthropy, if they have no knowledge of what ill
he a Jew?
TNB COUNCIL OF Jewish Federations and WelfareTundi (
foundation hopes fo deal with this problemas do other)
mended courses of action urging s reemphasis of substantive J
values. An American Jewry well-oriented with respect to thel
ing of its religious beliefs, customs, and history, need DM a]
vacuous fund-raising society tomorrowa society virtually
of the impulse of its charity.
Inthis regard, the recent general assembly of the Unioaatl
itafl rfebftewBongregations at Miami Beach is a case in post I
Satince- Eisendrath's happily startling call for a recreated I
Prayer Book patterned on a more traditional and fundameaaM
brsic structure suggests in another way the ever-wideniai "
of current leadership for an informed Jewish community is t*
one able to meet the test of survival on the basis of is P
familiarity with the past.
Examples of this sort abound, but perhaps the most
of them aU emerged from the recent United Synagofs* JJ
World Zionist Organization affiliation. Whether they J
wrong matters less here thsn the fact that opponents of
One Administration spokesman, in rebut-
tal some ten days ago, was quoted as expres-
sing this nation's "satisfaction" with Nasser's
handling of Sues Canal matters.
Although President Eisenhower has been
on an unprecedented peace mission during the
past few weeks, the policy-makers in the coterie
around him should blush for the duplicity of
this, their latest bit of expediency in the Middle
East.
a
The Middle East Score
If there is anyone who would be able to
warn the nation away from expedient diplom-
acyespecially in the case of President Nas-
serit is Dag Hammarskjold, secretary gen-
erald of the United Nations.
Dag recently returned from another oi his
many personal and fruitless trips to Cairo,
where he attempted to do business with Nasser.
Nature of the business: the Suez Canal.
Instead of hewing to the line of interna-
tional law. for which he is presumably so fam-
ous, and which he invoked so unflinchingly
during the Sinai-Suez campaign, the UN chief
instead offered Nasser a deal.
Briefly, the UAR dictator was to permit Is-
raeli cargoes through the canal provided the
foreign buyers bought and paid for them at
Haifa. Sanctimoniously, Nasser suggested he
would agree, piously adding that he could
hardly tamper with the property of others.
Egypt last week stopped the SS Astypalea,
which sought passage through the canal under
this agreement.
Maybe the present Administration newer
learned its lesson because it didn't care to.
Now, it will be up to the World Bank to find
out the score in the Middle East
i \A f \ _______________
Yeshiva University Dinner
Yeshiva University holds its annual dinner
here Sunday. The dinner will mark the uni-
versity's 73rd academic year and pay tribute
to local philanthropist-industrialist Charles
Fruchtman.
The occasion will also afford Greater Mi- -
amipns the opportunity to hear two men who "f rSued Msinsi Zionism as a "secular" force capable ot warn
have reached major levels of achievement *- .'"ndamentell/elliritual inlent 0f synagogue activity ^ J
.. in
their respective fields: Dr. Samuel Bellrin. presi-
dent of Yeshiva University, and Sen. Paul
Douglas, of Illinois.
Dr. Belkin was one of the youngest men to
be appointed president of a university when,
in his early thirties, be took on the post he holds
with such distinction today. Among other
things, a renowned Greek scholar. Dr. Belkin
has seen many changes at Yeshiva durinq his
tenure in office.
Boasting a host oi schools on the under-
graduate and graduate levels, Yeshiva ranks
wito the major institutions oi higher learning
in the nation-one oi its more recent additions,
the Albert Einstein College oi Medicine, already
making its mark as a center of research and ed-
ucation.
m.Inr^r ,tappy ,Unk>n tae ** appoint-
ment. Dr. Belkin and Ysshiva have generaUy
made a vast contribution to American educa-
tion, following in the tradition oi other top U.S.
colleges and universities such as Harvard and
- tri Princeton which were launched a. focal sem
However specious it rosy be. this kind of reasonm*tea*!
broaden for the better the confining view of contemporary
community life as philsnthropy-centered. but even ^jj
society is far from one capable of meeting an 'd*0***/^
Jewish country clubs, hospitals, and YMHA's do not suk -
even if the converse is tree. ^ _g
Not should groups uke the United Synagogue and NB"^
bodies that rightly criticize the non-Jewish character ormn
consider themselves guiltless. Admittedly, the n>e in "^F*
membership across the nation stems in large pan fi *
a prevalent cultural ahmaaaisns. Nevertheless h^rngi^^f
behind the increasasg contact with the synagogue M*"jBh_^
for our spiritual leaders to passer to the lowest level oi
sciousaess.
UT IVIN TNI briefest exsmfnstion of Friday *""*toi
topics in Greater Miami, as an example. ^J^^mM
only by sensational gymnastics relate to the kind of J"d"*L-||
for the occasion. Instead of weu-developed lectures <"",,
philosophical mstters as they relate to Jewish rehgws.sse ^ n
resdily exposed to book reviews of pap novels discuss"" ^
and Darwin, political analyses, and outraged disserw
latest Charles Van Doree immorality. oroptfU
However valuable these discussions may ** 'T-**
of experts and at the proper time, if inisntilism feeos ^^
sysagogue. what chance is there for the develops*""^ ^
inorte. oi rehgiou. "iSTSIli'SSSS T"\ ^JP* *<""* ^'^ *
... -~u____. .i_ Klml OrancneO for future Uubrdiini
train*!
out to embrace the entire gamut oi higher learn-
ing in arts and science. ^^
Hm,&nwD,,?lku' "ho will also be heard Sun-
day. a himself no stranger to the classroom A
these
the foremost liberals in the Senate today the
renowned legislator will bring an importan*
for future leadership
Those dedicated to answering
that the problems are vast. Shall m i
informed on the intricacies of psiiaathropic o^*"1"^., eaas*
be Jews in the traditional sense of the word, prepares ^,
transmitting their Judaism to future **nfr*l,"*,,~"
clusively be persons of aftteeswe and "social 'P?r!L|af *
Aa a matter of fact, these coping with die develop^ ^j
of future leadership meat be prepared slso to cop^ ^ 1
fSBde and stoat aaaal aaarrhisg intsrrogauoa ot
u a Jew?"
question. iJl|
Shall the leaders *_|^Vaal^


December 25, 1959


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S^mJ^M Spirit of Chanuka
NOBTON PAUOT
mscus Lodge
Install
scus Lodge No. 275, Free and
|ted Masons, will hold public
tion of officers for 1960 on
sy at 8 p.m.
filiation ceremonies will be
bisrus Masonic Temple. Nor-
Paliot will be installed as
Jpful master; Jerome S.
senior warden; Nathaniel
irsch, treasurer; and Dr.
rick Bergman, secretary.
irticipate in Service
|B. Wiener, chairman of the
an- committee at Temple
Am, announced new mem-
is week who will participate
fading at Sabbath services,
kd were Dr. Edward Jeruss,
(Jacob Hirsch, Col. Nathan
M, Ben Clein, and Gilbert
irtz. Alex Reiken will bless
Sabbath candles, with her
liter. Leslie, reading from the
portion.
center of the room featuring a
9'stening, colored Menor.h, a
Jewish symbol*.
VD.TrJH' mH Bron.Kvay Md
television actress Gertrude Bcr
' roTdhn^f"1"^ knovvn M "Mo"y
, Goldberg, appeared on Ed Sul-
livan's television show Sunday
vSJ^f'rtT-S Shr8aVC hcr rMM Wife has constructed a row
view of Chanuka and its relation of b'e and white dreidels out of
to Christmas. Reader Sol "Kay" cardboard, on each being either a
KMchman, ^tor {o ^ ^. Hcbrw .g8.either^a
Mrs rt.JKe'Vi^F,rif,,antpll^r "Shin-" Unifying: A Great
Mrs. Goldberg" where he thinks Miracle Happened There-a T vou
she missed the boat. undoubtedly know, referring to 7*
miracle of the oil which lasted
Dear Molly Goldberg: elgnt da>'s instead of one.
I wish you were in Miami at thJ .J^VX: We *!ave an elaborate
time, for I would like to ite vou bZlf 1? Mi Whi,e s,rea
sswasc zr E S25i -S4" ^
decorations, all of which honor our '
beloved Chanuka, the Feast of
Lights.
background, which includes a Tal-
| mudic grandfather, will be able to
offer in your thick Yiddish brogue
a more "bal-batische" treatment
of our beloved Chanuka.
SOL "KAY" KALCHMAN
North Miami Beach
Our centerpiece is the Menorah.
conspicuously displayed on our
window sill, where it will cast a
heartier light each succeeding
night, f have instructed my son
ma's. TwSSg.'SS? bfiS T K BE"*
years, and thaMt coincided**?iSLTStfj!** "*
but surely is no "variation" of i < L \ f what the real
Christmas as the unenl ghtenec ll? If l ,he Gen,"e Wrld' COuld
might imagine. Our RabSs ten us ft* SSj PSS*^
that our Chanuka commemorates world a Tree **
the conquest of the spirit of Juda
ism and the Maccabees over the
Of course, all this will not land
n* on the Ed Sullivan Show, but
it will help me maintain my Jew-
ish integrity and indicate how a
Jewish parent can draw upon his
own rich resources for strength-
ening home life in our compli-
cated times.
I only wish that a personality
forces of darkness and tyranny,
the Syrio-Greeks, under Antiochus.
And surely, Chanuka stands up
on its own historically, needing no
outside assistance if properly ex-
plained and observed by intelligent
Jewish parents.
But back to our home decora-
tions, which honor Chanuka, and
will pleas* and fulfill the emo-
tional needs *f Jewish children
at this season of good will: We
have a mobile hanging from the
But, of course, you would have
to know a little more about them,
and evince a desire to your non-
Jewish audience that you wish to
perpetuate a little more than a
Yiddish accent alonewhich I hap-
pily note, enables you to earn a
little Chanuka gelt if, at the same
time, appear somewhat absurd to
your co-religionists.
Perhaps, Molly, next year when
an opportunity presents itself to
you to explain the real message
of Chanuka as distinct from Christ-
mas, you with your rich Jewish I
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Frankly, I'm upset, and I'm
confused. Somehow, I can't get
myself to think that international
Zionism presents the cure for the
evils that beset us as Jews. While
my sympathies, my hopes, and
some money are entirely for Israel
and the Jews less fortunate than
myself, I wonder, if banding to-
gether as a worldwide organiza-
tion adds strength or weakness to
the solution of the "Jewish" prob-
lem.
Israel is here and here to stay.
I bp'w with humilify and gratitude
lb the "Zionist organizations that
worked so hard to make this pos-
sible. I am reminded of the actor
who has given a terrific perform-
ance. The audience applauds
again and again. After a while,
the applause becomes forced by
the continued curtain calls, with
diminishing feeling of respect for
the actor.
I think the real work of the
Zionist organizations has been
successfully performed. I think
that now the Zionist organiza-
tions are making the same mis-
take that the actor didtaking
too many curtain calls.
In order to continue, they want
our synagogues and temples to be-
come part of their movements.
They wanted the National Presi-
dents Council to join them. They
have added to their program the
preservation of what they call
"Jewish" life. They fear for our
existence, screaming that our
Jewish youth are becoming assim-
ilated. They want an expressive
and important voice in the af-
fairs within Israel.
These, and many more, are the
reasons that I am confusedmain-
ly because I disagree.
I fought alongside our youth in
1917. Then I was one of them. As
a much older man, I fought along
side of them in World War II. This
time, there was a difference.
The young men and women in
World War II gloried in the fact
that they were Jews. I never ran
into a single case where their Jew-
ish origin was hidden. Sure, there
were officers and enlisted men
who were anti-Semitic. But these
were the exceptions, so that, in
service, all phases of our religion
really flourished.
Now the president of the ZOA
tells us that there is .a great fear
that these same youth "living in
suburban areas" are leaving us.
I cannot agree.
I see many more synagogues
and Temples. I see them full
on Friday nights, which I didn't
when I was a great deal young-
er. I see our Federation drives
reaching fantastic figures, and
I see Jewish communities living
proudly all over the nation.
But what is more important, I
see the youngster going through
the Bar or Bas Mitzvah services,
prepared in a Jewish way, that in
my Bar Mitzvah days didn't seem
possible.
So why not retire on the glory
of your past. It has been glorious.
PERCY FRIEDLANDER
Miami Beach
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CONGRATULATIONS
To
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
During These Weeks of Dedication
And To
MAX OROVITZ
President
From the Trustees and Directors of
CEDARS OF LEBANON HOSPITAL
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3randeis University Club of Greater Miami will herald the ap-
proaching observance of the university's 12th year by spon-
soring a series of lectures to be given by Brandeis faculty
members beginning Jan. 9 in the Saxony hotel. Pictured are
irst vice president Harold Turk (left) reviewing plans for the
eries with club president. Dr. Stanley Frehling. as construe-
on executive Ernest Janis. also a vice president, and Morris
Goldin secretary, look on. Turk and Frehling are Brandeis
"ellows. while Janis is the only Florida member of the Presi-
ient's Council, a national leadership and advisory body aid-
ng in the development of the Waltham, Mass.. institution.
Other officers not shown, but participating in the planning, are
ice presidents Sidney Ansin, Charles Fruchtman, Albert I.
acobs, Jack Leonard, Harold Thurman. and Carl Weinkle.
\lso. Mortimer E. Wlen, treasurer, and Sidney M. Schwartz,
mancial secretary.
Civil Rights Expert
To Speck Here
Dr. Leonard W. Levy. Guggen-
heim Fellow and nationally promi-
nent authority on civil liberties and
civil rights, will address the
Branded I'nivcrsity Club of Great-
er Miami on Saturday evening,
Jan. T, at the Saxony hotel.
Dr. Stanley Frehling, president,
and Harold Turk, first vice presi-
dent, announced that Dr. Levy's
lecture will be first in a series by
Brandeis faculty members in ob-
servance of the university's com-
ing 12th anniversary. The series
will be limited to club members
and their quests, and will include
audience participation.
First incumbent of the Earl
Warren Chair in American Con-
stitutional History at Brandeis,
Dr. Levy was appointed associate
^n of the faculty and dean of
the graduate school in 1958. He
is also director of the Brandeis
University Summer Institute on I
Contemporary American Civili-
zation. Prior to his Brandeis ap-
pointment in 1951, he was a re-
search assistant at Columbia
University, where he received
his degree*.
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Dr. Levy is author of "The Law
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by the Harvard University Press
in 1957. and in 1960 the same press
will publish his new book, "Legacy
of Suppression: Freedom of Speech
and Press in American History."
Dr. Levy is now also preparing
a history of the origins of the
Fifth Amendment's protection
against the right of sclf-incrimi-
nation.
W.ary Get*,,.
Jold- wh r*oorUdh i
Ztnr" ;^fl
" the cargoes w(T. JH
Paid for l>y foreign M
tne cargo left HaifaTj
he Astypafe, JfT
Haifa and therefore 2
ertyfi.rilf.|orofinTaM
Prime Minister DirfJ
Gunon, hoarse with \ull
tended the Knesset duSi
and look the oath of1
I Prime Minister and
Defense. After preset
new In,-party CatoetS
? Be: Zvi Wedne.diJ
Prime Minister was scii
leave for vacation at a |2j
"' le" his home auk.
irhenj he yi
confined for two week. J
severe (old. to present ajj
coalition to the Knesset f
not sta> i. r the debate ml
33 vote of confidence
Chanuka Chocolate Boxes
NEW YORK Equal parts of
sentiment and symbolism are the
twin themes in a variety of choc-
olate and novelty gift selection.;
for Chanuka. now featured at all i
Barricini Candy Shops in Greater miam* OlSC JOfiey ft
New York. Philadelphia. Washing
ton. D.C.. and Boston. Reflecting
the joyous spirit of the Jewish holi-
day, the packages are brilliantly
decorated in traditional and mod-
ern designs. The packages may be
ordered by mail by writing Barri-
cini 's, New York.
Miami disc jorkey AJ;
has been named to tat;
Disc Jockey committee Iff]
1960 Heart Fund eampts^j
Robert J Houcek, presided
Heart Assn. of Greater kaal
announced here.
Bus Service
Comes to Close
The opening of the Julia Tuttle
Causeway will both open and close
an era for Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami, as the discontinuance of
its courtesy bus from the Venetian
Causeway was announced this
week.
With the "T" bus from Miami
Beach now bringing passengers to
the corner of NE 2nd ave. and 19th
st.. the need for picking up wor-
shippers at the Venetian Cause-
way, formerly the closest stop, has
been eliminated.
Cooperation in lending buses for
this purpose was received in the I
past from Johnny and Mack, the
Home for the Aged, and the Jew-
ish Community Center.
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swish community of Hollywood, Fla., smashed all rec-
^n behalf of Israel Bonds at a dinner in tribute to Mrs
Dr Roosevelt last Sunday night at the Hollywood Beach
Nearly 500 persons overflowed the diningroom, with
I turned away because of lack of space, and purchased
|50 in Israel Bonds. Seen are (seated) Mrs. Ben Tobin
Mrs. Roosevelt. Standing (left to right) are Jack A. Can-
^neral chairman with Samuel Oritt of the Greater Miami
, Bond committee,' Ben Tobin, honorary chairman of the
ivood Israel Bond committee, who served as official host
i dinner; A. L. Mailman, who introduced Mrs. Roosevelt;
Maynard Abrams, chairman of the Hollywood Israel
I committee.
100 Raised For Cobalt Bomb
of $10,000 was raised to-
ll-., purchase of a cobalt
by the golf tournament at
rt Golf Course of the Men's
League of Miami Beach,
to Micky Kraus, presi-
fcobalt bomb, which is used
er treatment, will be placed
[Sinai Hospital in a special
rhith has been built for its
1st of the unit is about $50,-
will turn over the pro-
bf the tourney to the Wom-
lancer League of Miami
at a charity luncheon at the
oc hotel on Jan. 6. The
- Cancer League has been
I viinous fund-raising events
in order to purchase the equip-
ment.
Mrs. Micky Kraus, president of
the Women's Cancer League, said
that proceeds of the golf tourna-
ment, plus the money received
from the Damon Runyon Founda-
tion, which is matching dollar-for-
dollar any money raised, will be
added to funds collected by the
women's group for the down pay-
ment on the cancer-treating ma-
chine.
She sain mat aoout $30,000 will
be available for the equipment fol-
lowing the charity luncheon, and
it was hoped that the cobalt bomb
would be available by early Feb-
ruary.
The Men's Cancer League raised
the $10,000 through entry fees of
$50 per person in the charity golf
tournament.
Judge Friedman
To Head Division
Judge Milton A. Friedman has
accepted the chairmanship of the
I ublic Division of Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital campaign, it was
announced here by Abe Aronovitz
and Sam Luby, co-chairmen of the
drive.
"Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
will fill the great and urgent need
tor additional hospital space in the
Miami area," the Municipal Court
judge said in accepting the post.
Ine campaign goal is 82,450,000.
Cedars of Lebanon will be a non-
profit and non-sectarian commun-
ity hospital, and will be located in
the Metropolitan Medical Center
at NW 14th st. and 12th ave., for-
merly the site of the Miami Coun-
try Club.
"The present deficit of hospital
beds in Greater Miami, with an
increasing deficit each month, rep-
resents a dangerous health hazard
to all. Recognizing the urgent
need for additional beds in Miami
proper, to serve the startling in-
crease of population, this new
medical facility will be a 282-bed
hospital," Judge Friedman said.
US. AID TO CAIRO
Continued from Page 1-A
problems. Facilities will be vast-
ly expanded. Equipment will be
purchased and installed.
The UAR is to be provided the
most extensive and modern airport
facilities in the Near East, an offi-
cial said.
The FAA said UAR citizens will
be given on-the-job training in air-
port construction maintenance and
operation. UAR technicians will be
brought to the United States for
special training at the FAA Aero-
nautical Center in Oklahoma City,
Okla.
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Tech. Sgt. Saniord I. Cohen (left). Mrs. Cohen
and their two youngsters Sunday joined some
50 Homestead Air Force servicemen as guests
of the Jewish Welfare Board at a breakfast
party at the Seville hotel sponsored by the
Armed Services committee headed by Mrs.
Louis Glasser (right). Shown with the group
is Mrs. Charles Fruchtman. hostess of the day.
The local hospitality program is conducted
through the cooperation of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Germans See Inquiries 'Unbearable'
KIEL(JTA)A committee of
the Schleewif, Ilolstcin Parliament
rtcd an investigation this, week
into the "scandalous background"
of the case of Dr Werner Heyde.
who -erved on the Nazi "eutha-
ff" until 1941 During the
twu Nuremberg doctors' trial
for war crimes. Dr. Heyde had
been charged in absentia with the
murder of many political and Jew
tad concentration camp inmates.
He was arrested recently in
Flen-hurg. where he bad built up
a medical practice and served as
official medical advisor to Flens
burg courts under an assumed
name. Fritz Schwade. The decision
to name the committee followed
sharp criticism m the Schlcswig-
Holstein Parliament by Social
Democrats who charged that gov-
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ernment officials had known about
Heyde's past and had not opposed
bis appointment as court medical
i.dvisor. Heyde is now in Wuerx-
burg prison awaiting trial.
Dr. Emit Si3fn.d Nurwsch,
tho hi9hit judo* in the Schles-
wig-Holsfein Social Court, wet
under suspension this wek for
hit part in the case. Th Admin-
istrative Court, anneuncing hit
suspension. Mid he had been ac-
cused of knowing since Decem-
ber, 1954 that Dr. Schwade was
actually Dr. Heyde.
The Social Democratic opposi-
tion in the Schleswijj-Holstein Par-
liament meanwhile demanded that
the Parliamentary committee
named to investigate the Heyde
affair, should also investigate re-
cent government proposals to fill
the post of Parliamentary admin-
istrative director.
The Christian Democratic cabi-
net had given Parliament a choice
between Wilhelm Voelpel. former
SS leader, under suspicion of hav-
ing committed war crimes in Nor-
way, and Hans Laskowski. one-
time personal attache of Hitler's
deputy, Rusolf Hess. Voelpel was
elected as the 'lesser evU."
Uwe von Haasel, Schleswlg-Hol-
stein Premier, said that the issue
did not matter because the admin-
istrative director's post "is merely
an administrative job." He added
that "for us, denazification is
closed. We consider it unbearable
to pursue these things over and
over again."
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Jhe Xc^./ *ncycfopeJi'a f<
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Jack P.irzen was reclected presi
dent of the Florida Handbag an Jewelry Salesmen's ir>;n^
the organization
meeting at the Algiers hotel.
Also reelected to office at the
yearly meeting of the association
| were Ben Frank and Irwin Rob
bins, vice presidents, and Charles
Stone, treasurer. Martin Goldstein,
a member of the board for the past
i six years, was elected secretary.
with Jack Ross reappointed execu-
\ tive director.
Irwin Ross and Jimmy Treblas.
along with Karl Paley, were elect-
ed to the board. Reflected to di-
rectorship were Max Schaeffer.
Harry Lader, Max Solomon. Frank
Klein. Moe Ungor, Marty Stahl-
berg and Matt Payton.
All officers and directors are of
Greater Miami. FAHJAS members
sell handbags, jewelry and acces-
sories principally in the Florida
market. Next Market Week is
scheduled for Jan. 24 at the Al
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in
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Center or, Sunday, wl
Program features .
reeled by Mrs. MieharA
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ka candle, and n 1
!Rbb. MaxA. UpKlu^
Abraham Gitteboa *!
I Pnzcs to the wiastriVfi
l nuka art and essay eaaM
gifts w;ll be prewtali
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. contest
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'of the PTA.
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:ember 25, 1959
fJewist FkrMiaw
Page 9-A


MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY HAS
A PERPETUAL CARE FUND
$125,000
every cent of which is dedicated to preserving
pie beauty of Miami's finest Jewish cemetery


Naturally, you will devote much time and serious
consideration to the selection of a permanent
Burial Estate for your family. That's why it is so important to know
about Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery ...
Mount Nebo. Over $125,000.00 is now in its Perpetual Care Trust fund,
for which The First Rational Bank of Miami acts
a R
as trustee. This fund is sterfily increasing ami is the largest of its
kind owned by any exclusively Jewish cemetery in Miami.
It guarantees you a Burial Estate in surroundings that will always
'; be maintained at the highest level of beauty and perfection.
OVK^HrJEWISH FAMILIES REPRESENTING BADE COUNTY'S FINEST. HAYE ALREADY WISE
The First National Bank
or MIAMI
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III
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W not* with conaidarabkt catiaiaction thai your ParporunJ
Car* Trust Fund of which chit baa* it Truataa aow exceeds
t\fS.0W.
Mar we commend you on your foresight and good planning in
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aiaura your property owniri that Mount Hobo wiU bo perpetually
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+Jels*rhrkflan
Left to right are Morris Greibel, JWV Florida
Department commander; Sidney Horn, second
junior vice commander, Irving Steinberg, Flor-
ida commander; Bernard Abrams, national
commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States; Melvin Morris, Florida senior
vice commander; Ralph Grossman, first junior
vice commander; and Leon Silverman, Flor-
ida quartermaster.
JWV National Commander Says Defense
Groups Should Leave Work to Yets
Jewish War Veterans National
Commander Bernard Abrams, of
Jersey City. N.I was m Miami
I.is: Sun i i\ to address a quarterly
meting Of the JWV Department
of Florida.
AbraJBl touched on a wide range
of issues, including the recent Re-
nault withdrawal from Israel and
the Brown and Williamson British-
American Tobacco Company "bow
to Arab blackmail."
Th# French auto firm last
month shut down its operations j
in Israel, frankly announcing
that it had dona so at a result '
of Arab pressure, and currently !
plans to open a new factory in
igypt.
"With full appreciation of the
friendly rail between Is-
rael and France at this moment
we are taking Heiault Dauphme
dealers across the nation, many of
whom ire Jewish, to advise their
Pan ,'i France that
in the Uniti feel hbcklist-
told
the !
Em; iiat "we are th<
comrades inarms ot other
organizations" from whom "we re-
ceive complete recognition."
Abrams also criticised well-mean-
ing professionals of other Jewish
ItfaasM nanniea who try to make
tha same approach."
The JWV commander declared
that in matters of anti-Semitism,
"we and we alone can approach
the most powerful groups in the
nation the veterans' organiza-
tions. Without' meaning to be
critical," Abrams continued.
"professionals in lay civic de-
fense organizations must realise
that they can not get the same
reception that is given to an or-
ganization considered as 'com-
rades-in-arms'."
The JWV, he continued, "could
do | much better job" if the other
. defenae organizations "would
leave our type of defense work
to us. even though we arc a volun-
teer organization and do not see*
funds for this activity."
Abrams also told the depart
i ment meeting that national JWV
i would convene in Miami Beach in
1960. Some 10.000 delegates from
posts throughout the nation are ex
pec ted to attend.
Opera Guild
Of CREVTEK MIAMI
prrvnff
La (iior-onda
By Ponrhirlli
Dade County Auditorium
Jan. 25 aod fan. 30
Miami Beach Auditorium
Jan. 27
Coalition Proposes Total
Disarmament New Program
JERUSALEM-(JTA)-A wide-ranging program for the new Israel
government, which included a proposal to the Arab states for full d*
armament and abolition of armed forces in Israel and the Arab slate*
approved by Israel's Parliament this week.
The significant change* and addi--------------------------------.-________
- included a new agreement i .1 _. .
on the doctrine of Cabinet ',llcll,J' s'*led ,h,t ,he 'mplementa
live 1 ility. requiring auto """'tllc "Uonal water program
matic resignation of am Minister W, "? ?Decded UP "d the pro
w against a governmenl JTfl^isSS 52K Hivn wller
ill l0 'he Negcv would be expedited.
Eileen Karrell
Soprano. Mill iipiilMae
Smporud br ri.rl.no Labo.
Francaa BlbU, Nlrola Mo*
m rnv^ did. nint.
ana. Caun BartUlU.
TteaaU tuetars)
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tart Ska*, n S-S1I3: Uar
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The program expressed sup-
port for every step toward gen-
eral world disarmament and
abolition of all armed forces
with effective international con-
trols. The program proposed
that until such world disarma-
ment was carried ?, the Israel
government would offer to the
Arab countries an agreement
leading to full disarmament and
abolition of aimed forces in Is-
rael and the Arab states,'on con-
dition there would be constant
free mutual inspection and that
1 neither borders nor sovereignty
would bo affected.
Israel will propose to al. .
countries the expansion of the ten-
year-old armistice agreements by
non aggression pacts providing
also for cessation of all political,
military and economic acts of ho*
tility. The program reiterated
that Israel would not be a party to
nor support any aggressive alli-
ance and would strive for friendly
, relations with all countries without
j regard to their internal regimes.
In economic areas, the program
1 was the same as that of the prior
I The new government program
,also contained a promise of in-
creased effurls to bring in Jews
from "countries of distress, both
in Europe and in Afro-Asian coun
tries, and ,0 provl,l4. r all
newcomers -till Usjrtus] ln transl,
centers. The program also pledged:
'Loyal support of the world
Zionist movement" in accordance
with the law on the status of the
movement.
Free high school for children
of poor families and graduated tui
J">n fees in high schools for the
well off. No change was con-
templated in the relation of state
Arab ai?d rcll& Education for "Jew
ish consciousness" will be contin-
ued in the public schools.
Expansion of health insur-
ance to the entire population by
a guarantee to every Israoli of
the right to join any existing
*** A special committe.
will be sot up to provide alterna-
te methods for those unwilling
"9 to join existing health insur-
ance programs.
Continuation of security maas
-_...; ., UMl OI iac pnor ----------Ms.ii ui ecvuruy maas
government, particularly in noting ures- Particularly continued mill
that the cost of living allowance Ury, Kvenent in border areas
.....________. .... DODUlatAH n>n..l.. V.. .. .
, system would be retained. For the
first time, also the program ex-
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Populated mostly by Arabs, which
required by the hostility of the
neighboring Arab states. Such
stneted by examining each case in
terms of national security. '
Construction of new roads and
expanded electrification m the
rural areas.
The new government also prom-
ised that drafting of .bic JJ.
intended to form Israels perm.-
m-nt constitution would be wan-
Pleted during the new govern-
ment. four-year term of office ,
hat the new law. would ensure the
freedom and equality of all citi-
Noted Zionist
To Speck Here
Moans Schnnfeld. of New York
City, national chaimian hf the UN
affair, rommitl >f the Zionist
Organization of America, will be
'guest speaker ai a meeting of oh,
Luncheon Club of the Miami Beach
Zionist District Wednesday noon
at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Josh Rep.
hun, chairman, said Schonfeld will
discuss "Behind the Scene with
Israel at the UN."
In add'tion to his UN activities
Schonfeld is president of the Man
hattan chapter of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Universit)
and a director of its national board
He is vice chairman of the UN
conference of non-governmental
organizations, literary and drama
editor of "Ught" magazine, and
. uihor of "Mark of the Swastika."
Also on the Wednesday program
will be a current events report by
Dr. Abraham Wolf son, arfd com-
munity singing led by Jacob Fish-
Chatwka Pona^,
k:""'-'arten. .J TS
IV" Prpsnt a fZaiK
| Young Israel, &*
'" sh('fin Stauber ?"
an,,M"-R.DBa,*,
j children fortm^J
"^ <" last J
Sch"l Was ?**
Trysting Place.- AaJj
P.1.0. v.hichviasdifta
''"> Hurwick Man :
Vickie Aln,rt.Evi,Li
fe*tz and Fred j,g|
. This is ibet^j
izth seasun for tot m
Zionist District LuscbiL
Al Ossip is presideEtsfl
trict.
COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE^
the SOCIETY OF THEATRE ARTS
EVES. EX. MON : 8:30
SUNDAYS: 7:30 p.m.
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mats, wan
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A WORLD PREMIERE
OPINING TUESDAY, DEC. 29 m II
DENNIS IS0BEL
KING ^ ELSOM
"COME TO THE DANCr
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ALSO STAMJNG
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PUYH0USE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL lOUKj
LUNCHEONS DINNERS SOFPtDS C Now it's easy to sit.
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scember 25, 1959
^JenlstrhrMian
Page 11-A
chE YOKrJohn A. Hannah,
Us f.r ?lgrt'' dCC'ared here that
J^.L "dKng. body p,ans t0 >
I eaeof ShCJtlng" 3buses in th
"ice adm'n'stration of jus-
thl^ c?mnm'SRion-es,abshed by
the Civil R.ghts Act of 1957-has
; previously limited its inquiry to
he fields of discrimination iVo
"iR, education and housing.
' Dr. Hannah said that "how
shocking the situation is in th*
area of the administration of jus"-
tice was vividly portrayed" re-
cently when a Mississippi grand
jury -failed to take any action des-
pite the fact that all the evidence
necessary to indict participants in
D.' H.annah- who 'S president
of Michigan State University, de-
livered the first Jacob Alson
Memorial lecture at a luncheon
of the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith, which concluded
its 46th annual meeting at the
Savoy Hilton hotel. Henry Ed-
ward Schultz, of New York City,
was reelected national chairman
of the League at the closing ses-
sion.
Civil Rights Group to Eye Injustices
NEW YORK-John A H..u ........ /*"**
gives us no rest as a p^ie so ,
long as some human wrings eo w ./e-mi d hls audience that
nnrighted, then it will have iusti "'etime of the commission was
fled its existence. We see itianv' fu St limited to 16 mnths, but
.,. nt this stirri of I that now that its life has been ex-
tended for another two years it
signs of
scienoe."
In time, our people will come
to believe as one that when a syn-
agogue is bombed, no Christian
church is safe; that when one
school is bombed, no school is
proposes to venture into some
other areas while still placing first
emphasis on voting, education and
housing.
In stating that the commission is
steady on its foundations'""'that I ^Ut t0 investiate abuses in the
when one man is lynched"the se adm,nis,,rat'on of justice, Dr. Han-
ri.ritv c u ... ... I nan declared:
nah declared:
"How shocking the situation is in
one of the areas to which the com-
mission proposes to address its at-
tentionthe administration of jus-
jis Play in Orange Bowl Cup Match
no Show Grace and Winning Yen
cunty of each of us is diminished
by so much; that when one man is
denied the right to vote, our own
freedom of decision is compro-
mised," he added.
Hannah said that "fundamental | J^e-was vividly portrayed recent-
mter-relationships" among dis-' y wnen fhc Attorney General of
crimination in voting, education ,he United States reported an ex-
and housing "make it impossible| haustive investigation into a mur-
for the problem to be solved by the ricr of a Negro in a state in which
improvement of any one factor lhe grand Jurv failed to take any
?range Bowl Junior Cup
Durnament which was to
flamingo Park Thursday,
youths from 23 coun-
hj; for the championship
kem are three entries from
nation which has not been
led in the tourney before
Ite of Israel.
phay, 14, Michael Hirsch-
and Ehud Dagan, 17,
prig the top tennis talent
youth, have come 7,000
participate In the event.
ho comes from Haifa, has
Ring tennis since he was
fc;i 1 old.
rned the game from Ms
Inow a businessman, who
[play a good game. Oded,
oks like a high school
pn, entered his first com-
et the age of 10. He
v'n the first time, but
winning ever sine*.
who lives in Tel Aviv,
obsession to be "the best
flayer in the world." Al-
pc has only been playing
c for five years, he has
. eople on the tennis court
was a small boy. He prac-
I same with the concentra-
a professional musician
(uses to accept anything
of perfection. Michael's
pair and light complexion
ark him as a representa-
lone of the Scandinavian
but his Hebrew speech
port shrift of such an im-
t
nd his teammates speak
which sounds very
pecented, but they wel-
bnversation in their native
Both Oded and Michael acknowl-
edge that Ehud Dagan is the best
player of the threealthough Oded
did win from him two years ago.,
Oded says wistfully that it only -- ., ,_
happened once. i Schu,tz Presented the League's
1 America's Democratic Legacy
Ehud is also a native of Ttl awards. given annually for "con-
Aviv. Ha started playing tennis tributions to the enrichment of
almost by accident. After watch- American democracy," to men and
ing a game some five years ago, women representing the American
action despite the fact that all the
evidence necessary to indict the
participants in this revolting crime
had been submitted to local au-
thorities."
Youth Group Meets Here
ha decided the gam* looked in-
teresting, and that he would play.
His wiry build and natural grace
hava proved valuable allies in
achieving his tournament tri
theater. Accepting the awards
were Dore Schary for the Drama-
! tists Guild, Blanche Yurka for Ac-
tors' Equity, Shepard Traube for
the Society of Stage Directors and
alone."
He said that he had found dis-
crimination in housing to be "a
problem of greater diversity and
range than perhaps any other"
because it affects "man's envir-
onment and all other essentials
Councilman Melvin Richard, of
He cited, as one of the major Miami Beach, was the speaker at
abuses of civil rights, the problem the first in a series of breakfast
in voting. "It should shock you to meetings of the Beth Sholom Tern-
learn that today, in December, pie Youth of the National Federa-
1959, there are at least 16 counties tion of Temple Youth last week,
in the United States in which one-. The group will meet regularly for
third or more of the population is j breakfast the second Sunday of
non-white in which not a single; each month. Next meeting is Jan.
wiiwvmij ms Tournament tri- |---------"" ul5[ whiws aim
umphs. Ehud has bean winning I Choreographers, and Louis Lotito
tennis tourneys in Israel for tho
past three years. This will be his
first international tournament,
as it will be for his friends.
Coaching the trio are Slim Har
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Dr. Hannah said that his com-
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made public on Sept. 9 served as
I "a challenge" to 'the courage and
belt, nationally-known U. S. tennis good sense.. of the American peo-
pro, and Gardner Mulloy, world- pie_
renowned court competitor. ,,,;.
While the three Israelis try hard 'ff' a Jf'"" comfort and
to defeat one another on the court, ^ lnhih k ?j It fTZ
.w ence which has led UK to undertake
they are yery warm friends who anot(w sea
do not reflect personal rivalry. w(? haye m 4Jf ^J by ^
When asked about the possibility of our people at home" he said.
of their winning, the three Israelis "If the Commission on Cwfl Riaj'its
refused to make any predictions. 3^^^ -
Throughout the conversation they
showed a healthy regard for their years. One thing is certain, how-
competitors. Most of them are old everthe three lads from Israel
players, some by as many as five will represent their country well.
non-white is permitted to register
to vote," he said. "In a far larger
number of counties with a very
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Mrs. Eli Katzin, is program chair-
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Frid
To present the Scouting awards Friday eve- Bernhardt Chesman, and Cantor Herman Gott-
ning at Temple Judea are front row Heft to lieb. Rear are Herbert Rose, Harry Cohen.
right) Rabbi Morris Skop. Victor Reiter, Mrs. Bernardt Chesman and Benjamin Udoff.
Beth Raphael
Elects Officers
Mrs. Ralph Krieger has been
elected president of Beth Raphael
Congregation for the new year. .
Also elected were the Mesdames
Benjamin Agronow and A. S. Perl,
vice presidents.
M blames Anna Rosenblatt, sec-
retary; jnd Julius Sapero, treas-
urer.
Emanu-EI Will
Honor Youth
Temple Emanu-EI will honor the
college youth of the community a:
its annual Homecoming service
Friday evening. Dr Irving Lehr-
man. spiritual leader, will officiate.
Participating in the service will
be Lester Brickman, Carnegie
Tech. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Brickman: Ann Fishbein. Bran
dels 1'niversity. daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Leo I. Fishbein; Edwin
M. Ginsberg. University of Flori-
da, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Ginsberg. Arlene Kaplan. Univer-
sity of Miami, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Kaplan.
In addition to the special serv-
ice, at which Dr. Lehrman will
preach on. "WantedThe Macca-
b e a n Spirit," a Homecoming
brunch will be held Tuesday morn
ing in Sirkin Hall.
Miami Htfartw Book Stort
1MB WASHINGTON AVI.
Miami Baach JE 13*40
Hebrew Rallgiaua Suppllaa for
Synagogua*. School* A Private v*m
ISRAELI a\ DOMESTIC GIFTS
August bros rYi
Gabriel Heatter
Speaks Tuesday
Gabriel Heatter win be guest
speaker at a meeting of the Beth
David Men'* Chrb on Tuesday
evening at the congregation, 2625
SW 3rd ave.
Heatter, who has achieved re-
nown as a radio news commenta-
tor, launched his career as a news-
paperman at the age of 17.
During World War I, be was
foreign correspondent. He Joined
the Mutual Radio Network in 1933.
His topic Tuesday evening will
be "The Next Hundred Days."
Chanuka Lunch ton T today
Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah Con-
gregation will celebrate Chanuka
at a luncheon Tuesday noon. Rabbi
Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual lead-
er of Beth Tfilah, will participate
in the program, according to Mrs.
Rachel Katz, president.
INSURED SAVINGS
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SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION*
M Offices: Uk* In. it Wuhi.fl.sfl Art**
Sfcafcnl>i Set riatStraa*. I
' fruass
Bureau Studies
Recommendations
Two new committees of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education are now
acting to raise the status of the
teachers in the Greater Miami
Jewish community and the stand-
ard of the community's educational
rrm. the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
The teachers welfare committee
of the Bureau, chaired by Leo Rob-
inson, is attempting to implement
a retirement plan of the American!
Assn. of Jewish Education here.
The plan has already been accept-
ed by eight Jewish communities
and is now being considered by
Boston, Mass., in addition to Mi-
ami.
The retirement program at-
tempts to gain security and sta-
tus for the Jewish teacher, and
encourage American youth to
enter the Hebrew-teaching pre-
cision, according to Robinson.
The plan has already been pre-
sented to the North Shore Jew-
ish Center, Beth David, and
Temple Emanu-EI, with presen-
tation before Temple Beth Sho-
lom and Temple Judea within
the next month.
The Bureau's teachers welfare
committee consists of Leo Robrn-
son, chairman. Jack Toppell, Kel-
vin Frumkes, Judge Harry Green-
berg, Sol Goldman, and William
Weissel.
A new public relations commit-
tee has been appointed, consisting
of Mrs. Louis Glasaer, chairman.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Benja-
min Meyers, Charles Gottlieb. Mrs.
Henry Wiernick. Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer A. Baskin. Edward Cohen,
and Leo Robinson.
At a recent meeting of the com-
mittee, several recommendations
were referred to the Bureau's ex-
ecutive board, including forma-
tion of a Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Bureau; greater liaison between
the Bureau and the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn., as well as edu-
cational committees of all Jewish
schools; the formation of a reg-
ional Hebraic summer camp; and
the development of a Chair of Ju-
daica at the University of Miami.
Scout Awards Due
At Temple Judea
Mrs. Bernh.irdt CMrtmnn will
receive the Jewish Scouting Com
mittee's second Judean award for
study and service- to TemphniJu
dea and the Temple's Troop 64 at
Friday evening services.
The award is in recognition of
"loyalty and dedication to Judaic
ideals."
Also to be presented Friday eve-
ning will be the Aleph Award to
Bernardt Chesman. Scoutmaster.
Robert Rose, Steven Green and
Louis Toback.
Members of the Temple com
mittee who will present the awards
are Rabbi Morris Skop; Cantor
Herman Gottlieb; Benjamin Udoff,
education director; Victor Reiter.
Temple president; Tilden Coren-
blum, vice president; Leonard
K a I i s h Brotherhood president;
Mrs. Maurice Waldorf, president
of the Sisterhood; Herbert Rose,
institutional representative of the
Scout Troop; and Harry Cohen.
religious counselor.
Hosts to the congregation fol-
lowing the service will be Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Waldorf, in honor of
their 24th wedding anniversary.
Piano Duos SchoduM
Piano duos by Mrs. Harold Ber-
ney. Mrs. Michael Covin and Mrs.
Manuel Lubel, joined by their sons
and daughters, will be beard at a
recital Jan. 2, 7:30 p.m., at the
Miami Womans Club.
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STMOOOWS t JANS* MOMf S
1357 WASHINGTON AVE,
JE 1-7722
To Live in Hearts We Leave
Behind ... I* to Liir Forever?
PALMER'S
MEMORIALS
"OaBWaff Oefr
Jtwisb
Unveilreg Tool; PUce
Dec. 20* et 2 gjaw et Ml. Sinai
ark CasMtiry fer
Rabbi Solomon Schtff officiated
Scheduled Unveiling*
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Mrs.Housewi
The Jewish Home fee the
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Tour furniture, appliances
clean clothing, luggage,
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an exhibition of i
Photographer* ^J
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Jacobs, Is the M
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was smiled o\xOna,
prints on view.
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cember 25. 1959
-^ImlsHrbrldrtoin
iervices This Weekend
fer Miami will mark the advent of Chanuka at sundown Friday
The eight-day Festival of Lights features the kindling of a !
each night of the celebration.
it candles on the final night symbolize the eight days that
hii burned i-the Temple following its cleansing and recon-
Lt the conclusion of the victorious uprising led by the Macca-
ty King Antiochus, of Syria, who had sought to impose Greek
f worship upon the Jews.
|ory of Chanuka is told in the Book of the Maccabees. Sec C
Vi9 week's issue of The Jewish Floridian feature many stories
tations devoted to the theme of the festival.
1 ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Rabbi IM Ev*r-
,, m. Sturd*y :0 a.m.
The Force of Faith and
Kldduah hoet: Harry
Page 13-A
live. Maxwell Silberman,
,'ID. 2435 SW 8rd ava. Con.
Rabbi Yaakov Roeenberg.
(fllliam W Lioaon
,m Sermon: Candle-
Unn-Ptmt." Saturday 9
tzvah: Alan, aon of Mr.
a Minor.
* "........ami
CANDLWGHTING rim
24 Kislev 5:19 pan.
*

ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
SW 17th ava. Orthodox, j c*n,or. M,urica Mamchea.
a.ktM KrldRV .,'!., ti i,\ dalitnlii.i
Momcr '"If*
, ,, m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
the Significance of Chan-
1MS0 N\
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 am
Sermon: "Sabbath of Dedication."
ETH. 124S0 NW 2nd ava. x
l, Rhhl n.vld W. Her-
or Hyman Fain.
Iiini Sermon: "The Story
Saturday 8 a.m. Bar
_,.rman, aon of Mr. and
|i-n. .Hand, who will hoat
ping Oneg Shabbat In hla
kEL. 4000 Pralrla ava. Or-
tbbi H. Louia Rottman.
p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
idem Maceabeee."
COB. 901-311 Waahlnqton
BETH RAPHAEL.
Orthodox.
139 NW 3rd ave.
? L-omi cr'iirion
..-
-^n'---
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Raekovakv.
Frfflay 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Chance for Clean
Sabbath Kiddush Cup in memory of a deceas- the winter vacation. Lloyd Hasner and Allan
ed member of their fraternity is presented by Teitler, president and vice president, present
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity of the University the cup to Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz and Col. Sid-
of Miami to Temple Zamora at a special Sab- ney H. Palmer, president, as Mrs. Helen Klein,
bath service. Honored was the late William fraternity house mother, and William Shapiro,
Joseph Kronholtz, of New York, who met with a past national officer, look on.
a fatal accident on his way to his home during
Oar-
- % II* i avj
Rabbi to Form
Orthodox Youth
Group in Miami
408
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Our Brethren.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM
16th at. Orthodox. Rabb'
Karlinaky.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.!
P.O. Box 34-584, Miami. Rabbi Sam
uel April.
Friday 8:3" p.m., at K640 SW lth at. |
Sermon: "Lights, Kites, and Fifhta."
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly
Portion."
3ADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW
2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Eman-
uol Mandal.
Friday 8:15 p.m. at Carpenters Hall,
62.'. xk ISlal at. Saturday 9 a.m. liar
Mluvali si lart, sun of Mr. and Mrs.
Milt..n Weinateln.
FLAOLERGRANADA. 50 NW Slat
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday .". and 15 p.m. Sermon: "Mn-
orah Lights." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltzvah: Alan Scott, BOO of Mr. and
Mrs. Hairy Danaky, who will hoat
Hrl.lay evi'iilm; i in'B su.iubui in hut
htP01"- ___#___
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrewt ava. Reform. Rabbi
Mariua Ramon. Cantor Sherwin
Levlne.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Or-'
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa.
HIALEAH REFORM JSWKHCON.J
GRKGATION. 1ISP W. 68th t. Palm
ave. :
Friday 5:15 and SUi- p-m- Sermon.
"The I>reldel and SantaClaun A3
Hply I>ay Ci.ni|.arftK.n."i1UMav IH,
a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Ronald, sun of MrJ
and Mn. 1'hillp Bertwyf ',
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 2030
Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi Dav.*
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun
Rabbi Pinchas Stolper, director
of the Youth Department of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations, arrived in Miami this
week for consultations with local
Orthodox educators and rabbis to
set up a regional Synagogue Youth
Council in the Greater Miami area
for the National Conference of
Synagogue Youth, teen-age and
youth arm of the Orthodox move-
ment.
He recently returned from a
two-year stay in Israel, where he
served as director of public re-.
lalions for the Ponever Yeshiva,
the largest in Israel, as well as
serving as principal of Geva-
Gimnaxia Bn*i Akiva, an eve-
ning high school. Prior to his
stay In Israel, he was executive
director of the Long Island Zion-
ist Youth Commission and edu-
cation director of the Zionist
youth movement Betar.
From Miami, Rabbi Stolper will
go to Charleston, S. C. and At-
lanta, Ga., where he will coordi-
nate and participate in scheduled
community-wide meetings and
:enter. .3175 sw 24th] youth conclaves.
U.-iav^kT'cSLourcohe^^l Over 100 Miami teen-agers wU
Friday 5:f5 and M5 p.m. S,;m,n participaic in a convenlion of the
' '" Southeast region of NCSY which is
RABBI PINCHAS STOLPtK
(iibition of Folklore
fek we traveled to Acre
he Folklore' Exhibition.
a lot about the Exhibi-
! press and we had even
ut ft from friends who
' it. This is the exhibi-
fulklore of the minori-
el: Arabs, Druse, Cir-
?nd other smaller com-
[When we reached Acre
a fine, large building
r of & Old City.
I to be a Turkish Bath.
eighteenth century. To-
ding has been convert-
unicipal Museum," the
| accompanied us at the
explained,
ityard we saw various
1 farmers and artl-
lbyBritIvrit01amit)
natuM.ir -
Bar Mltzvah: Jerry, son p* Mr. ana
&. Be? S,-Kal. Birr Wta* at 4:1*
lini. service: l..""Vf -"" Dl Hr.jin.l
Sra. Lawrem-e WAo|fM>n.
KJNESETH ISpTaeL: 1415 BMHd *
VOrthodox. Rabei Ojvid Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
1*H,la> S:3U p.m. Sermon: Th M
mukii." Saturila> ; >
irmon: "Fer** of Chanuka.
I HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ve. Orthodox. Rabb.
Hertchell Savillt. Cantor Joseph
FrmaV^pm. Saturday L a m. S;r,
raon: IJaderaUnd.Ing the Mlraci
MONTICELLO PARK. 1Mth it. and
NE 11th ave- Contervat.ve. Rabbi
M Lipah.U. Cantor B.n-Z.on
Klrachanbaum. _
N0^.H hw\DE S:EnNJrEv:,iv.13MS.bVol
Henry OkoHca. ..... Kindle
Samuel Zacharla.
Hebrew School
Chanuka Program
Sunday, 10:30 a.m., pupils of the
Miami Hebrew religious school
will present a Chanuka' program.
Featured will be a. play", "Freedom
Hall," written by Babbl HeTschell
Saville and coordinated by Martin
Levitan.
Primary grades will present a
kit under the direction of Mrs.
.Rebecca Kelerner, "My Chanuka
Sild 10 take place in Charles- Candles and Songs," while the
scheduled to tase piaci a sk_
scnruuim > >~ i---------
ton in March. In June. Miami will
send, for the first time, more than
50 beys and girls to New York
Cltv who will participate in the
proceedings of the NCSY national
convention.
The Union of Orthodox Congre-
gations recently announced a
coast-to-coast expanded youth pro-
gram to mobilize the spiritual and
:;;'';^uk..^;'s,ird.y 9.:. Wf
Portion." ___
Klein
third grade will present a skit.
The Mtnorab." under the guid
ance of Mrss~Gayle Libman.
Lubell Elected
Sinai President
Sam Lubell has been elected
president of Temple Sinai of North
Miami to complete the current
year.
Lubell succeeds Dr. Alvin
Krasne, who has resigned "due to
pressure of business," according to
en announcement Wednesday.
Other officers include Kurt Wal-
lach, first vice president, and Joe
Cohen, second vice president.
'Back to School1
At Temple Israel
Parents of Temple Israel's re-
ligious school students, some 850
enrolled from kindergarten to 12th
grade, will come "Back to School"
this weekend for the annual pro-
gram of classroom visits and dis-
cussion with rabbis and teachers.
On both Saturday and Sunday
mornings, parents will begin the
day with a briefing by Cantor Ja-
cob Bornstein, education director,
during a coffee hour beginning at
9:30 a.m.
They will then visit their chil-
dren's classrooms for talks with
teachers while the students are at
assembly, and wind up the morn-
ing with their own assembly pro-
gram during which they are sched-
uled to participate in a discussion
with Dr. Joseph Narot on "Teach-
ing Your Child About God." .
Delegates Attend Convention
Temple fimanu-EPs United Syn-
agogue Youth chapter is being rep-
resented by four'delegates to the
A choir composed of pupils from
both the Hebrew and religious njnth annua, nationai United Syn-
school will render the classical agogue youth convention in New
York City this week. Delegates are
rection of Cantor Joseph Salzman.
Mrs. Robert Schweitzer, chair-
man of the board of education, is
practical resources of traditional i"-"^!^"party to be held
country. _____________-----------------
Francine Goldstein, Rosalind
Lehrman, Jack Feldman and Ste-
ven Robinson, who are being ac-
companied by Mrs. Hope Herman,
Temple Emanu-El youth activities
advisor.
R,bbi Samuel Lr.r. Cantor Erne.-
Schreiber. miwaeV Btephanle,
ivi'> ^7',, "': Ms .'.m-.i Levta-
riatlghter <>f Mr a nam juuvah:
s,,n. Saiurday > "' '; j,ton
Michael, aon ol Dr. ""'
Orailtor. ____,____
Cantor p.v.o Coulter. om|ng
Weekly i-yi.i..>/';,'' .,. ? m, and Mra.
Sa*h. I-""' ;,", 'llul.ln. Howard
|.th Robert n> s.lUlr,|ay
Hollander, Jon Serbln
SUlhterB'6fn*3Sr." a- lrvln" B'
llht on <>ur H> MaK>"; -T .. _
^al"<" ___a-----
rSMPLE B'NA, SHOLOV jesoO^W
?2nd ve. Const v
M,- Anita Priert Satter and Mr. Nat
Satter. ____ ____
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1S7 NE 19th it
Reform. Ra^i <>"Ph R- N,r0'
Cantor Jacob Bornatem.
Frldav 8:15 P Sermon: The Pa-
S.yinfldelJ and Heretic, of Old-
VVhere are They Today.
TEMPLE JUDEA." 320 Palermo av.
liberal. Rabbi Morrl. Skop. Canto"
K,r,T"l-0"n,bSe,n,,.,i: "K,.r God
\, ',.. rv.!- Jewish Bcou .men Shal-.bat h"sln: Mi. and -Mrs
Maurice Waldorf, i bom..- of the r
4?h wedding anfttreraigr. Candle
i.i'ssln. i Irs. Herbert Rose: Mrs.
H^nryO.....i Saturday 10:J0 a.m.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. anc
T.tum Waterway. Modern Trad,
tiSnal. Rabbi Eugene Labovita. Can
'IST^?t"8U. Sermon
H^oTon'^ctury"5"
Itlo'u. .^yWiU".
TFMPLE SINAI *NO. MIAMI. 12101
T NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabb, B.nnc
n&TjRm. *-* "" nd
X, w (it..l Concepla.
Flamingo Way
Leo Hei
Conaervatlve. Rabbi
PlidVy 8:15 p.m. Serrnon: ."Courfcfe
SuipaaalnB Physical Strength. OneB
Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. BarMtt
Prumkln. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mlta-
vah: Andrew Frumkln.
TEMPLE ZIOn7~ 5720 SW 17th at.
T C-on.tive. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Ooldfarb.
Friday 8:31! p.m. Sermon: Ireednm
Is a State of Mind." Saturday 9 a^m
liar Mluvali: Ml}, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Chakoff^
TIFERETH IMflafr- g. ^iJfff
ave. Conaervatlve. Rabbi Harry u.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Qlntx;
Yiday 8:30 p.m Sermon n Thc*e
iv.vs at This Season.' Saturday
a.m.
tdhah TEMPLE. 12S4 Weat ave.
TT^d7tion..rRlbbl_Abrah.m C....I.
YOUNQ ISRAEL. 990 NE "]*
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
"^U^^ecM.nJi K!
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 441 Za-
mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitr. Cantor Meyer Quaer.
Friday I p.m. S.,..,..... Human Life
_Itg conaecratlon." Satordaj
;,.,. Bat Mitxvah: gteven^onof Mr.
! uri K'i.' Drucker, wh.. iu h -t
Friday evealna Onea shau.at. H.r-
51 Von: '"The Road to Mltzvah.
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1
Page 14-A
+Jewlst> nt>rkRa*i
LIOAL NOTICE
Miami Beach Apt. Assn officers elected at a land, treasurer; Joseph Propper. board mem-
meeting last week are seated (left to right) ber; Meyer Teigman, second vice president;
Frances White, first vice president; Eugene Sidney Rabinowitz. chairman of the board;
Weiss, elected to a second term; Helen San- and Irving Schateman. retiring board chaix-
ders, secretary. Standing are William Cope- man.
Blank, Thurman to Lead 1960 CJA
Continued from Pago 1-A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O?
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C10773
MAt'KI' i; k' iPI-KL an I
I.KAH I'.XTIIKIl K
hlK v
ntlffa,
COIJ2 mtl1
ARM AN IJ J A \ NI ;TTHk
I > d
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN
MORTOAOE FORECLOSURE
WIT TO l> lli:<'l.< .SI. CHATTl'I.
Molt Li \
i,i:
'.iikriou n.
tOC, r> S. COl.K. are
borohy notified tht a mil ,,r Com-
piHim to furevloae it eertala otaattel
nxtiiKHio- on Hi-- rull.iHlnx dea. "
l.rc.p. ily. to-wll:
All of the equipment, fixtures, fur-
iilnhlnRK. anil Mipi.il.x hOTela now
<-..nt.iii. upon th. prpmlMt located al
nil Miami Avi
Ida, commonly known km th. ||i;|;
AI.I. II aM
of Ih.- icnae ho|.| ii. ,| ,|
wit and all of th.- I.,.;. mlanl'*
Internals In ami u> an)
ivcrlns "alii huMm-aa eatal
. m or laraod to m.i i..
iiii.iuiiin.nl f,,r M,iii b
neaa mtaMlahmt lit
apacrflc i ,, ,,f
Hi.' .hallels covered by axlri
> ng rr r> '
otni.l;.lnt In Pa
uhlrh et
Itemised alatet
IM to lor* Iom -ai.i niort
*a*-r liai. been filed aaainM you ami
>ou arc required In awv a OOB
Anewer or Plea.Una to the Bill
"t Complaint on lh< runtlffa attor-
NORMAN K BOI>)M<)N.
Industries, years, America s Jews through the Road, \ ,. h -
Florida i rehabilitation programs. In 21
LCAl

**0TlC|
.in a
5
"ass
IN ",.,
itej
m
nt n
,
'"' "'lail
I In th,- I I Murri,t>
ntaJna
mill of HU|,| .-hallels .'.
I.. Inr.-1..- ... 1 *"
I llldl..
member of the
Branch of Goodwill _
president of the Greater Miami pr,|,.n, ,,f National Brand-, and, UJA have helped to save millions 1 r-i..ri.i. and file the# ..riinai ai
Jewish Federation. (i fu, Indu,trial Nation- of lives-more than 2.700.000 men. aTc&uM-^SJSR b?f '
women and children.
He ha- taken an active role in -1 Hank.
lh,. Pac< Setters' Division of the Thurman is a vice president of
1'l. oIIiik lii th.- office, of Hi.. Clerk
r the t'lrvult Court, on m befqri
the llth day of Jsauary. 1M0. If )'i
j fall to ii.. bo, Jmla-nient l.\ .lrfault
In Israel alone, because of w"' '"* aeainei roe, f..r 1
Combined Jewish Appeal for two thl. GreauT M..lml Jtwtaj, Fe ler- UJA'l help, more than 950.000. X '" 'h* "l" "' ''"'"
decades and has parlicipated ac- atlon ancj a member of the execu-jJews have found haven and the| Thl" N'i<* "hnii be P-,iMi.h..>
lively m 20 CJA campa.^ns. He is ,ive committee and board of gov- chance to build new lives since; ;"CJlalnTiif7Jr^riRrin7miutAM
a member of the board of gover- ernors. fie has been chairman of 1948. IXine and ordbked at Miami,
r.ors and the emewthra committee Fl,|,.ration-s community planning, _, riA rhai,mon mr,hoi,i aiT'^V.s1"" 7th "*y "' '""
of FiHpr-ition and is will known 1 11" tJA chairmen emphasized '
n cornm.Uee and budget committee. w,.Hncsday that c combined
as a Dusinesi executive, philan- and has occupied lop eschelon po-
Ihropist and civic leader.
Blank ha* boon a trustee of
the University of Miami since
1H-MI, and is a trustee and found-
er of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Ho has
Mlniiis in the Combined
Appeal campaign cabinet.
Jewish Appeal also provides finan-
cial support to agencies in Greater
Miami which affect the every-day
K It I rk.
<"lr-ult I'.-urt, Daute County. 1-"
(^1) Ily: K M I.VMAN,
Uy I'l.ik
NORMAN I SOI-OVON
-v foi in.- I'i n-.Mffa
1106 Lincoln Hoa.l, Suit. :i7
Thurman has been vice president living patterns of as many as *,-1 Miam, Beach is. Ft
<>f (he Hilltl Foundation at the 000 Jewish persons annually.
University of Miami and vice pres-
If/lt.lfl.ec 1 "
"Every Jewish family in Greater j
Miami is served at one time or an-
hald important positions with tho ient of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
Dado County Reso.rch Foonda- utat.on He served as chairman of oJhVr'hMhVsV .JATg^d^TTiey
the Senior Citizen Div.-ion of the hp,_ ,ho lrnilhllw, f,miK. ,h h,nH'
lion, Rod Cross, and tho Crime
Commission of Greater Miami.
A regional award was presented
to Blank by tho National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jaws.
Last June, he received a citation
hy 1'resident Kisenhower's Com
mitlee on (employment of the Phys-
ically Handicapped. He is a board
Welfare Plann.ng Council of Dade
County. For more than 25 years.
help the troubled family, the hand-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47SSS-C
IN M: Batata of
JAY JACOB MAI.
aed.
NOTIC* TO CRED.TORS
To All Cit-dltnra and All IVr-on* Hav-
icapped worker, the youth and the
, aged. They stand ready to provide
ha MCtnd actively in the fields of medin\ care. religious education [" cui.no or Bmm**, Agmim* MHi
social science and community H >,,_ f, 1K" ,,, k' t*,.",*r
and help tor those Who are in, You are hereby notified and requlr-
nced," the chairmen declared.
welfare.
OFEN 9 AM
to 5 30 PM
Appointment
Ho was a president of tho
Greater Boston Council of Jow-
ish Confers and is a former offi-
cial with tho U. S. Agriculture
Department. Thurman was chair-
man of tho reliqicMjs school com-
mittee of Temple Israel. Ho is
Beach itc Joins
Insurance Firm
ed to present any claim* md den
h|i-h >..u may have aaralnat tbe ea-
tat.- of Jny Jac.li MarguhVa dr-reaaed
lat. of Itade I la, to th.
ty Judaea of Bade CoQBty, an I
fll thp ultli. In their offlcea In 111.
Bade 1 "ounty.
Kl< rlda. within eliht calrmlnr month-.
tba flr-i pubHi
hereof, or the nm will he Itarred.
JHA.NNKTTI
itrlx
IN THE COUNTV jua
FLORIDA IN ?\x
... .... ,. No. 470l.r
I-N I-1 h*tate of
',;' '' :,"uar
NOTICE TO CB
T All i- !ii,.r, .nd S
''"' "f U-nuM,"
ira hrreby
rsaaatajfi
1 qav
I"- "1.IVERI
late ..f iw, 1
Ida, 1 the Coast} Js
County, an.! t\le the
"ffli In the C
Dad.
calendar months from tali
il'Uratioa I
will 1.. ban
I'AVIIl RArHAR
I'WIKI. NEAL
in r-. I,v I>aniel
,1. UK
*10 Alu
Miami
Irwins Beauty Salon
0
SPKAUST IN All TYPES
PERMANENT WAVING, HAIR IINtlNG
HAiR STYLING AND CUTTING
Phone PI 7-7977
652 N.E. 125th Street
NORTH MIAMI. FLORIDA
Ted Cohen has joined the firm
former president of tho Miami of Elliot K. Rose & Associates, life ,,N ',";l:'-
National Bank and is known insurance and estate planning con s isth street
prominency in the banking and
financial field.
sultants, r e p r e
seniing Seaboard
-t. ... .. l Life Insurance
The 21 t birthday of the Greater rjo.
Miami Jewiah Federation coincides ^n alumnus of
with the celebration this year of ^e ij s \aval
its najor bm*Heiarj. the United Academy at An
Jewfa* Appeal, which in I960 Will napolis, Cohen
mark its 21s! year of aiding J.
ish men. aWlaaa, and ehildren
through th. ir wja] |WMd rHitf ami
ffOSMfff FOR All OCCASIONS .
WORLD FAMOUS
ORANGE BLOSSOM
BRAND
Freshly-Squeezed Pure ORANGE JUICE
and Fresh Fruit Salad
Daily wholesale deliveries made to restaurants,
coiiee shops, cafeterias, schools, etc.
Ph. FR 3-7447 for immediate delivery 2700 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Member Florida Restaurant Atss).
moved to Miami
Beach eight years
ago. where h e
became aetive in
civic affairs.
Miami iS. Florida
lt/ll-tt.l/l-a
Cohen is president of tho Ch/i-
tan Club of Miami Beach, Prosi-
donfs Council, treasurer of tho
U. S. Naval Academy Alumni
Assn. of Miami, director of the
local National Foundation for In-
fantile Paralysis, past president
of tho Miami Beach Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, and past tone
commander of the Dado County
Civil Defense Police.
NOTICE UNDER
riCTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'lTH-K IS HKKKI.Y CIVEN that
I. >l< BlrltlK 1.1 rllKUr III
Ini-ln. unJ.T the flrtlti.ua iiHinr .-f
KIT K AT INN at J701 N W. 17th
eVIM, MI.iiiii Int.n-la t-i realater aald
name unli ih.- Clark ..f Dm Clronll
t'ourt ..f : nil, hlurlda.
JAcgiEi-v.vi: kit/>;i:k.\i.ii
Hole >v.
IJER, a Utfl I i:- ..'ii
-va fi.r A|.|.ll. ai.l
1S8 K.W. lat Areet
__________________________IJM-.
NOTICE UNDfcR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NUTU'at IS HJEItKltV CIVEN that
nm t" t-nvasr In
i Ifualn
i-la Int.-ml to r.*li-i.r
al.l name with the Clark of thr li-
. "..urt ..( i la.
I-AI!, I-
JOHN UAItVKI.I.
EM in;
Hl.lr Miami
AttoTateya for 'A' UulMora
1J/1S-I5.1/1-S
IN THE COUNTV JUD
IN AND FOR
FLORIDA IN PR
No. 4I17I.I
IN RE r>Ute of
l.KV \ 'iKEKXBaM
I.. .
NOTICE TO CUB
To All .- >:, and All
line t'hiiiiiM or r>.-naidi J
blale:
are herrby
' aajr I
maiala whi.h >u mr I
I W"
I.I... to th CiMU'.y
Count; and file Ike
- in thf County -
calt-n.lar in.-iiih- (n. tstf
on hrrtot, I
will I- -I
. I V KENT, I
MII.IJ1
Bli
il.llnr
NOTICE UN-
TICTITIOUS NASII
H lIKREHir"
-lMlrlaTt
b Iff th
it.insii
aald natn. with th
kaaftXAlDl
GREETINGS .
NICHOLS HOUSE OF UPHOLSTERY
MARINE UPHOLSTERING
AUTO CAR TOPS
1860 79th Street UN 5-7772
NORTH BAY VILLAGE
JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING t STORAGE
Eat 1919 Milo W. Bennett
PIONEER MOVERS OF MIAMI BEACH
1126 WEST AVE. JE 1-3707
............."............... aae.a.i ...
N THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Cohen, who is an Elk. Mason. m ,., afctatTof'"*
Civic Leaguer and member of the ukake
Taxpayers' Assn., was recently
elected nmiH,-nl rf v ? NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
o I ,. f the Miami T.. All .-rmlltora mii.I AM lereon. H*V-
Beacn Noting Democrats '" I'loJma or iw>n.M> Acainat mua
I Beta i -
In 1958 he received the Distin- sjottfiad and requir-
Ltllshed Sairvuxi Aa ." lreaent any clatme ami demands
i i ^ Award as the mar have aaa'nat the oa-
OutMandme Young Man on Mi-1.""" "' iii.xkk deoaaaod
ami Beach'' fmm ih. i..n... "' '."'* H'^i.u. to the
rhuaK.. n Junior .,,..s jvicrh f j|e i-omty, and
tnamber of Commerce. rheir office in thr
conen has offices in the Sea- ithin eiaht caimdar month-
l>oard Ljfc Medical bldu n th. i"'catk>n
Miami aia. 5Y? g" U" ,h' *"1* '" > harred.
.niami side of Venetian Causeway WI" wim,iam kkakns
-------------------------------___________* Admlnlatrator of the Rotate of
__________LMACNOTICi ~|,
aey
that
NOTICE UNDID
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIi
MI-n,r.nJ,enY.,.",;--lv
itiklln l-
rkla
rTwtl
!*.!
'^A?0*^
'"ult Court of
ItAY
A irr>e
?(W N.E.

'"rant
< Ato.
t*.H, i/f-a-u
It/lS-ta. 1/1-S
. NOTICE UNDER
^.^'CTITIOU* NAME LAW
N"Tat'B IH IIKItKKT CIIVaaN tfcaU
Sr"*'!?.m* "' flctltooo name of
W-H.f JBJBRTANTIIJB Oft at IS
i!I' ^1 ?*' ,nti- to roaiater eald
"*. -1h the tTerfc rf the CIrcuR
Cort of I lade Uaiintjr. |*eanata.
I.CM1IM StAOER
WILOJAJ* aVVtWAstTS
NOTICE lS0ta
FICTITIOUS |^F
.- HI
.. i. .I^rii
IKW18H
I. .-l-l'll t al

* nakl
It of i^
H-rlda ,..,
ia/u-M. 1/1- i
NOTICE BY PUVtTl
IN THE CIRCUIT COUJTJ
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL""
E FLORIDA IN AND fl
COUNTV. INJCH
No. S**'"*. ,
MAi; WlUliMJ
rial i
JAMR8 II.LlAMS,
^""'^'i't FOR DIVJ"
to; jam wruwgi.
1 j. Hi M"* j
I
1
you. anrt yoo a"Jff^f
?&&*{
it-
las In f. "'"f?"*1
r,^.aal
day .' Jat'uar*. >".
tak.-n aaaaw1 rf rf,
ea,-h week jUl
I)NH ,xS",,'a
, this !
rircult I'-tirt. '
(aeal) m l_
orataMtAN- *opu
2rt|WV.t tTa-lar---!
Mtamt ^psalsa*
Atleraeya for raa


[December 25, 1959
LEGAL NOTICE
J NOTICE UNDER
ItiTIOUS name law
' is IIEKBHY GIVEN that
,| ii. .]. desiring to enir;im- In
imes .,r
Ekv enterprises, i.rc
kl Ci i.. LUCK V AMTSE
LUCKY CIGARETTE
..ii 41 n s \v 8th Ave-
lor said names
;, of the Circuit I'ourt of
niy, i i'>ri || iZAia'S SKOI.NICK
i.' ii LI
Ii!
NOTICE UNDER
MTIOUS NAME LAW
. is HEREBY GIVEN that
dKiipd, desiring to engage in
iiiUt tli'- fl> iltious name of
, in AND II' BTOH
| \ W. 3rd Avcnup, Miami.
ji.mis tn register said n
rk "f the Circuit Court of
Florida,
, sl'RTSHIN, Sole Owner
11 IIITNBR
[for Sole Owner
[.I.i r.iiiuiiiiK
Florida
12/11-18-25,1/1
NOTICE UNDER
ITITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.1. desiring to engage in
[under the fictitious name of
JAUN BAR at 7306 Bird
liiiiii. Fla Intends to re-
\ name with the Clerk of the
burt of Bade County, Florida.
I \| K A. HIIJAC
Sole Owner
& GARS
fur Applicant
t lat St.
12/11-18-25. 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
riTIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, ili-slrlna; to engage In
under the fictitious nam- of
IN PRECISION ENdRAV-
[Jiaile County, Fla., Intends
>r said name with the Clerk
cuit Court of Bade County,
UKEN, INC.. a Fla. Corp.
Sole Owner
BFRONSON
\ppllcant
ru> Trust Bid*-.
12/11,-18-25, 1/1
riCE TO CREDITORS
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
ID FOR DADE COUNTY,
3RIDA IN PROBATE,
No. 47765-A
[ESTATE OF
TtlUERITB LORETTA
fill.P. Deceased
lltors and All Persons Hav-
ps or Bemanda Against Said
Dd each of you, are hereby
ind required to present any
nd demands which you, or
you, may have against the
MARGUERITE LORETTA
Florida, to the Honorable
ludges of Bade County, and
in their offices In the
Courthouse In Bade County,
within eight calendar months
date of the first publication
[Bald claims or demands to
hi- legal address of the clalm-
|o be sworn to and presented
aid. or same will be barred,
ecember 4, A.I'. 1.1.
1. ItUSKIN. Administrator
Ki'ate of MAROl.'EIUTE
[A All.NOLll, Beceaaed.
I. HUSKIN
lor Administrator, C.T.A.
12/11-18-25. 1/1
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IDA. in AND FOR DADE
INTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59011473
K W II.I.IAMS,
stiff.
i: CASTELL BEAR a'k/a
k castell RU8SRLL
ISE KISSKI.l.. husband of
II 1 'ear a'k/a Beatrice
\inl if any of the
f I..nis be dead, the
\ in'..., ori ilitors.
.-'aiming Interest b) .
under or against tin- awn -
I'vf.-ndanU; the unknown
rani ol I In- :il.i.\.. named Be-
II parties known or un-
I1 ng ,,! claiming to have
t. title or Interval In and to
1 i in I property slt-
1 d liiiiig In Bade County,
f1 26, of BUNCHE PARK,
rdloj to tin- Plal
led In Plat Book 50,
I of the Public Records of
unty, Florida,
Bdants,
TICE BY PUBLICATION
ITItlCF, .- VSTBLX, PEAR
BE\TRICE CASTELL KI'S-
ISSE RUSSELL, hus-
f Beatrice Caatell Bear
Reatrl,-, Russell:
[' ny of the above named
Idantx he dead, the heirs,
grantees, creditors, and
l-'iii.s .laiming Interest by,
In. under or against the
named Defendants: the un-
i spouse of any of the above
I" Hi-fi mliintM and all par-
Jnonn (,r unknown, having or
Ha: to have any right, title
Ji'iit in and to the following
"-"id property situate, lying
'"-' in Dade County, Florida,
ii-i,;,'-' moc f BrN-
l' M.K. a subdivision, accord-
| the Plat thereof recorded
V Page of the
is of Bade County.
L
EACH OF" TOC. are
P'itlfle-l that a complaint for
G?n.."f '' r'"'11 a>"1 h"'n
inst you. and you are re-
llnl B ''"">' "f vn,,r nnswer
nplalnt for
I'.1 "' I -l. ed on plaln-
:i. i.EVEN-
h illdlng, Miami
P original an-
'-' In tlie office of the
me above stvieri Court on
If v lll.hdV "' >'> ;
III h, "i',,'"11 ? J,"1-
f a.1 ,'n tlnsi
[,"'".,'' '" ' ila. this 3rd
Coui I'., '. Cuntv, Florida
M
Depu
12/1 i
rWtHti
+JelstiFhrldn&r
Page 15-A
Y HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
'Daddy, do Gentiles believe in Christmas, too?"
CrmrJm-rC0^R.T' 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA.
No. 59C11722
MAU"AV3M' KOTI"';. Pli'intlff,
l-,;slN|;-';V'T'n-:, Defendant.
plaint on PialntlfTi attorney, Qeoraa
! Blscayne Bid/ \M,m
'lorida. and file original 2ith cterk
otherwise complalnl will be ,,.,,-
I by you, in-, ii, mm
faaal* u LgABRMA. Clerk,
'"-'!' Hy: K M. I.V.MAN. Deputy
__________________________12/18-25, 1/1.,,
,N|T.H5..UNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
1M or.. ^ N- 48091-C
i.N RE: btate of
BAMDBL ai.i-i:i:,
. ,NT,1CE T0 CREDITORS
BL "'llt,"s and All Persons Hav-
Batato: r eman"8 Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Milch you ma,'have against the es-
l.f, Z m V" Kl' A1'|,,;K, Deceased
' of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
rile the same In their offices In the
i.1'"hV c,;urf><"UM! in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
rrom the date of the first i.ublicatlon
heTtot- MeA5Dnv,lAi^rd-
BTANI^Hd^HBD0- ^^
Attorney
>ll s.vb.ilil Building
Miami, Florida
12/23.1/1-8-15
r~ m#. w-i r^^
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUItT^N
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 59C11833
ANTOINKTTI-: ROSE JOSEPH,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BESI.IE MICHAEL JOSEPH
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DESDI1-: MICHAEL JOSEPH
635 E. tth Street
New York City. New York
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy f your Answer to the Hill of
Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's
attorney. PAUL KW1TNBY, 110 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original In the office of the
clerk of the circuit Court, on or lie-
fore the ISth day of Januarv. 1M0 in
default of which, a Decree I To Con-
fesso. may be entered against you.
DATED this l.'.th day of December,
1959.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
the Circuit Court, Dade County, Kla.
By: R. H. RICE, JR..
(aeal) Deputy Clerk
12/1S-25, 1/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ensaKe in
business under the fictitious name of
KMEUAJJ) APARTMENTS at 67W
teaming AVi Miami Beach Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BESSIE E. KAPLAN, Owner
HARRY 2CKERN1CK
Attorney for owner
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
11' I-11-18-2J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C11366
ESTI'I.1.1-: NAMER,
Plaintiff.
VICTOR NAMER.
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PR. VICTOR N'AMEIl
Hell. mi. Hospital
27, ii Btreet and 1st Avenue
New 1 v V
You VICT'iP. NAMER ..' herebj
notified that a Bill of Complalnl for
. I, Ul I" '-li fill 'I
ami Mm are required copy
,,f your Answ.r or Plea
Hill of Complaint on the pli
Attorneys, QoLDMA X A
I .Mi-
ami, Kla.. and fib- the original Vn-
-.,- or Pleading In lh.- office of the
Clork of the Clrcull
fore the .'-tii da) "! '
If von fall to do so. Jn.Wm.-nt bj de-
fault win be is ;< >'oi' roj
the relief demanded In the mil oi
i 'o,nplalnt. __^
This notice shall be publish.
each w.-.-k for I A"ks
In THE JEWISH FUtRiniAV
DoVI-: AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 0th da5 of November,
A1Vu UBATHERMAN, HerlL
Circuit Cjirt Rde --
is. -rNPJICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
.. .. No. 59C11873
MAY I.KWIN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
AI "ii.I'll LBWIN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I" ADOLPH LBWIN
Y'ou are herein notified that a Bill
'.'.. Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
LAURENCE DI8KIN, IIP) N.K
Street, North .Miami I'.each, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the I'lerk of the
Circuit i'ourt on or before the lsth
day of January, I960. If you fall to
do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I-1.' HIIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 16th day of December,
A.D. lH.V.i.
E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: JUAN BNBBDEN,
Deputy Cl.rk.
LAURENCE DISKIN
l H" N'.K. lJrd St.Wl 6-14M
North Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
II 11-25, l'l-s
IN fht LOUNTi judges court
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47413-B
IN RE: Estate I
OLOA WBINREB also known
M OLOA .- WEINREB
I ii i.- leed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T-, All i 'redltoi and All Pen mi I lav-
Inu Claims or Demands Against Bald
Bstati
Yon are hereby notified and requlr-
ed i" presenl any claims and demands
which von ma) I -' the -.--
i ILGA WEINREB also known
;.\ s. WEINREB deceased late
intj. I- lorida, to the Coun-
i\ Judges of Dade Countj. id file
ine in their offli i- n the Coun-
l, Co irthous. In Dade County. I- lor-
ht i ilendar months
from the date of the flrsl publication
i line will be bai
MARTIN VVBINRBU aa Executor
f thi i: Inreb also
lino s Wiini.b.
LEON A EPSTEIN, C i
Attorney
I20 Lincoln R i
Miami Beach, Plorlda | {tu
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the III deslrini ti
business under the fjctfilous *
l llll'l, VPT8 al M4 su- '"th sl-
Intends to M name wlthths
,-, lk ,.,- the Clrc i" Curt of Dade
'':"""v' ^'"i'i'in:!. wai.i.MAN
IRVINE C Sl'KAIt
Attorney for Applicant
'"'" ltoad li/a. l/i-s-if
IM THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
,N|NTANDFOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48110-B
IN RE: Estate of
BELLE O'BRIEN
Decessed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors an-1 All Persoi
Ins Claims or Demands Against Said
"VST.re '', z:
mand. vhV
ceasen mie m
Cwint!
saaed ... ,.,.,. ,-r \Y
J Lhrlkh
First K-dernl Il'illdlnf
Miami 32. Florida U-ll-se
YOUR
MONEY'S
WORTH
WASHINGTON
FEDERAL
Miami Beach
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4B209-B
IN RE: Bstste of
ABRAHAM WHITEMOUSE
i ii eeased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
l-.slale:
Vim are hereby notified and requlr-
wllaprnnii any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of AllltAIIAM WHITEIIOUSE
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Hade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication here, or the same
will he barred.
SANFORD I. WHITEHOUSE,
Executor
HI'-llAltD Al.TSIlri.KIt
"I Seybold Bldg.. Miami 32, Fla.
I- Itanklin 9-4536
12/23, 1/1-8-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48200
IN RE: Batata of
AMELIA LOBWBNBERa
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
whl.-h you may have against the es-
tate of AMELIA LOEWENBERQ de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to Ihe Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the County Court-
house In Dade County, r.iri.la, wlth-
lht calendar months from the
if the first publication hereof.
Bald elalms or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as
aforesaid, or same will be barred. Bee
Section 7:13.16 of the 1945 Probate ACL
Dai.- December lfi, A.D. 1969.
WILBUR E. LOEWENBERO and
BETMOUR .1. LOEWENBERQ as
i'\. utois of Ihe Las) will and
ament of Ann 'ia I.,.. w, nlieri;
Deceased.
KOVNER A MANNHBIMER
Attorneys for Executors
12/23, 1/1-8-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HER3BT GIVEN that
Igned, desiring to sags
-- under the flotltlous name of
BAKNELL APT8. al 121-1U -4tli
Btreet, Miami Beach, H:\.. Inten Is to
r said name w itb II. >
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
.
SAMUEL N. SA.MKT. Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN .<- KAPLAN
Attoi a. j I for Aiiplieant
1160 8.W. 1st Street
12/11-1S-25, 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiiTH .-: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
PRIDE INTERIORS CUSTOM DE-
CK DECORATOR'S WORKROOM
nt 22SS N W. Si:th Street, Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register said names
with the Clark of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida.
JEROME E. LEVIN.
Sole Owner
GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
\ i -t Ilagler Street
Miami, Florid. 12/n.18.25, ,;,
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NOTICE UNDER
. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HKKKHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the lielitious nan,, a
bch4"A"A PRJNTER8: TRIPLE A
PRESS at 1934 H.W. sth Street, Miami
Intends to register said names with
the l lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT APPELBAUM
_____ 12/1-11-1S-25
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 8C119B7
VIRGIL W. WBLDON, Plaintiff
vs.
ZELMA L, WEI.DON. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ZELMA L. WELDON,
1.2 Abll.ne, Texas
You ZELMA L. WELDON, U,2
Marshall Street, Abilene. Texas, are
hereby notified that a Bill of COm-
palnt for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, ENGLAND-
ER & TENDRICH, 311 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 11th dov of
January. 1960. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7th day of December.
A.D. 1939. ,
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
HNGLANDER & TENDRICH
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
.IE s-1443
Attorneys for Plaintiff
12/11-18-2:.. I'l
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 44807-B
IN RE: Estate of
.n i.-'EI-'A TAUSSIQ
1 ii. i a-, d.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herein given that 1 have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Executrix of the estate of JOSEFA
TAUSSIG, deceased: and that on the
tth day of January, 19S0, will apply-
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County. Florida, for approval of
said Finnl Report and for Distribution
.ind final discharge as Executrix of
the estate of the above-named dece-
dent. This 9th day of December, |.vi.
GEItTlirDE KE1SS, Executrix
of the Estate of Josefa Taussig,
I ,e. eased.
KURT WELLISCH
Attorney for Executrix
1414 Congress Building
Miami, Floilda
12/11-18-2:.. 11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
s under the fictitious name of
rOUNG'S APARTMENTS at I5C0
m Am.. Miami Beach intends
later said name n ill, tin
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
YOUNG REALTY CORP
(a New York Corf.)
Sol,, i twncr
LEON EPSTEIN
Attorney for Applicant
120 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
12/4-11-18-stS
IN CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY No. 59C11639
KAY L. BBNSRUD
DALE C. HENSRUD
NOTICE: TO DALE C. HENSRUD,
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You are ordered to file your s
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Geo. W. Wood. atty. for plaintiff.
.-..-,00 R.W. 74th St.. Miami, Fla.. copy
of same, on or before Jan'y 11. 1960
or bill will be taken as confessed.
Dated Dec. 9, UN.
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(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, DC.
12/11-18-25. 1/1
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>Jewlstrnor*09r
Friday,
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Reds Broadcast Violent Accusations Against Jews
WASHINGTON-Government officials here noted a violent
new anti-Jewish broadcast transmitted in recent days within the Soviet
Union. The broadcast, originating in Kirovograd on the Odessa regional
service, attacked religious Jews as "swindlers under the mask of
God's servants." ?----------'---------------------------~
Using Nazi-like terminology, the | cial fruit received from Israel, the
broadcast, which was in the Ukra- j preachers of Judaism pray only to
inian language, said that "stuffing the Golden Calf: how to collect
themselves with matzoh and spe- more money from believers." Also |
that they '"pray for the militant
spirit of the Israeli militarist!."
MenHaaii* a number of rabbi*
toy -or**, the bfMdmi wM that
hiding under the cloak of be
Hovers" they "busy themselves
with swindles; they appropriate
the money given by believers;
when this is not enough they go
to the people to
? ceMoct oon.
koto the hot
Arrangements committee discusses 12th an- hard, Wolfie Cohen, dinner chairman. Dr. Mil-
nual Hebrew Academy dinner Jan. 24 at the ton Lubarr. arrangemenU committee chair-
Fontainebleau hotel. Lett to right are B. I. man. and Harry Genet
Binder, president. Louis Medwitzer. Sam Rein-
Tbe allegation was made the "re
actionary" Jewish sermons preach
ed in Soviet synagogues reveal
that "the Jewish faith has been
strongly intermixed with Jewish
bourgeois nationalism and Zionism,
already possessing a strong reac-
tionary essence." The broadcast
also alleged that in Soviet syna
gogucs following Saturday serv
ices, synagogue leaders gorge
bemselves on "vodka, wine, and
snacks." It alleged that swindled
money was used to finance these
"drinking bouts."
Circumcision was condemned
for its "nationalistic character."
The broadcast said: "Its specific
ignificance lies in the fact that it
ives proof of belonging to the
Chosen People.' the Jews. At the
same time it imbues Jews with re-
pugnance and hatred of those who
do not possess this special sign.
Besides, the rite of circumcision
is a cruel rite and not always
larmless, because it is carried out
in a crude manner by circumcisers.
people who have no inkling of
medicine."
According to the Communist
broadcast "Judaic sermons are
sermons of bourg*oi Zionists.
Such sermons are tools of the na-
?'nalitHc, Ur,
mtnei,, boM
'"?clos, tfcV.
"im, try hTJS
So** gar** *
"ver Htccaoi*'
The broadcast .
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Israel Votes Young Cabinet
To Lead New Government
JERUSALEM (JTA)-One of
the youngest cabinets in Israel's
brief histor>* was voted into power
by the Parliament last week. The
new Government consists of:
David Ben-Gurion. Prime Min
ister and Defense Minister (Ma
pai); Mrs. Golda Meir. Foreien
Affairs nance Minister (Mapai); Pinhas
Sapir. Trade and Commerce (Ma-
pai); Giora Josephtal. Labor (Ma-
pai); Moshe Dayan. Agriculture1
(Mapai).
Zalman Aranne. Education (Ma
pai); Behor Shitreet. Police (Ma-
pai); Abba Eban. Minister without
Portfolio (Mapai); Pinchas Rosen,
Justice (Progressives); Moshe
Shapiro. Interior (National Relig-
ious Party); Dr. Joseph Burg. So-
cial Welfare (National Religious
Party).
Mordecai Bentov. Development
(Mapam); Israel Barzilai. Health
(Map am); Yitzhak Ben-Aharon.
Trjn^pon (Achdut Avodha); Rab-
bi Jacob Toledano, Religious Af-
fairs (non-party).
The Ministry of Posts was retain
ed temporarily for the Genera]
Zionists by Ben-Gurion after the
General Zionists intimated they
were reconsidering the idea of
joining the new coalition.
Former Chief of Staff Moshe Da-
yan. the new Minister of Agricul-
ture, is the youngest at 44 of the
new Ministers Abba Eban. former
Israel Ambassador to the United
States, is four moths older than
Dayan Dr. Josephtal. the new
Minister of Labor, is 47.
Sisterhood Meeting Monday
Regular meeting of Tifereth Is-
rael Bkstertood will be held at the
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day evening.
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LIU
oman s
At "Porgy and Bess" last Saturday Mr and
a red brocade suit ... Abe Blatt cleaning his
specs with a dollar bill Mrs. B. in a French
blue print dress with matching long cashmere
TV a ?,r ancLM"- Mannie Smith-she in an
off-shade blue with lovely half-moon pin on the
r of her dress ... The young Carners and Mr. and Mrs
Frumkes, trooping upstairs with the Harry Smiths
ings-on in the Philip Schiff household Miriam's mother
ther, Mr. and Mrs. David Goldberg, here for the season in
loral Gables winter home They've just come from visit-
or two sons, Larry and Jerry, former Miamians, now living in
a During the visit, their grandson, Scott, garnered sec-
ice in the junior television bowling match .
ward Grove's business keeping him in New York for long
Scs But he's here for the holidays with wife Isabelle in
charming N. Bay rd. home.
**
r. and Mrs. Edward Lear off on a ten-day holiday in Mexico
. This is the first time the Lears have taken time off during
Lgular semester since their Lear School opened 26 years ago
loth are avid art collectors .
\t. and Mrs. Morris Fox were hosts at their home. 830 Cre-
Coral Gables, last Sunday for a cocktail party that included
owing of films Morris took recently while abroad as a mem-
a U.S. committee of businessmen studying housing problems
eign countries Morris also recently accepted the presi-
of Coral Way Jewish Center .
rs. Jack (Faye) Ablin's 6342 N. Bay rd. home the site of a
life membership luncheon in behalf of the Jewish Home for
gcd Auxiliary Faye in a pink wool outfit appliqued with
in deeper pink Assisting her mother was Mrs. Marvin
in black with white accessories Mrs. Bella Kozloff in
der blue leather suit with matching shantung blouse Mrs.
[Katzman, president of Herzl Hadassah, in blue print silk,
ng with Mrs. Max Weitz in a pink linen sheath with lace ap-
. Auxiliary president Mrs. Sol Silverman in black wool
in a gay striped tent on the Ablin patio, with Mrs. I. M.
[Weinstein reviewing Moss Hart's most recent.

|r. and Mrs. David Hess and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katz enter-
! the Emanuel Woolfs at a dinner party at Embers, followed
yisit to the Club Chalet at the Lucerne hotel Party also
ed the Hess children, Louise and Jay, both students at the
rsity of Miami Mr. Woolfs president of a New York
firm, and the couple are vacationing here at the Harbour
Spa .
|r. and Mrs. Elias Rosch, 540 15th st., thrilled by the visit of
grandson, Rabbi Pinchas Stolper, of New York City He's
[director of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, now
[to develop regional activities for the area .
be Samuel Klings he's The Jewish Floridian columnist
doved from the Lombardy hotel to the Beach Tower at 6061
ave.
s
panls at the Eden Roc: Mrs. Stella Lipkowitz. Mrs. Dorothy B.
erg, Mrs. Gussie Witt, and Mrs. Aaron Newman .
wo weddings in two weeks is the record for Mr. and Mrs.
ly Hodes They're in Gotham Town having a grand time ...
foung Howard Blatz leaving the Windy City to visit his aunt
nele, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim Dorothy kept busy
ng her Chicago guest a good timejust like she recently did
oward's older brother and sister .
farty of 12 hosted by Judge and Mrs. Irving (Hazel) Cypen
i.
Ipeaking of the Faye Ablin affair for the Home Auxiliary
|Charles Fruchtman delightful in a pink with matching sweater,
Irs. Louis Classer-in a wallpaper print Mrs. Nathan Nash
|twopiece linen sheath, with predominating shades of brown
Irs. Trudy Hamerschlag wearing a Paris Original Brigett in
Ir white with polka dots, greeting charming Mrs. Baron (Polly
Ide Hirsch Meyer in a cream silk with leaf spray print of red
pcen, and wearing a tiny cream feather turban .
Irs. Dorothy Krieger Fink in a Givenchy model with a multi-
striped skirt Mrs. David Phillips in a blue and white
aist dress, discussing the Home for the Aged with Mrs. Sam
Dr. Celia Wohl, Mrs. David Provus, Frances Entine, Fannie
erg, Charlotte Kate, Fay Sussman, Mrs. Sam Blank. Myrtle
tt, Mrs. Daniel Broad, Mrs. William Weintraub, Mrs. Sam
|lck, Sadie Kriegel, Rae Hammerman, and Mrs. Max Yokell...
many outside on the patio, Faye's lovely home unattended
traditional-contemporary decor, white marble floors, cool
and sprinkling of antiques.
c o
rs. Bernard (Fredi) Sandell entertaining her sister and bro-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kaplan, of Cleveland, 0.. for the
aka holidays Fredi's president of the Adath Yeshurun Sis-
Dinner fivesome at Tony Sweet's included the Irving "Bing"
pffs and daughter Judy, 4444 N. Meridian ave., and Dr. and
[Charles Alenierhe's the Hialeah dental expert Judy,
dent at Boston University, is home for the holidays .
*artin Denny, whose recording of "Quiet Village" is well over
iillion sales mark, visited with bandsman George Hincs at
loney Plaza Denny (nee Martin Feinberg) was George s
back in the 30's, not long after George left Sammy Kaye s
to form his own .
*r and Mrs. Morris Brooks, 520 SW 82nd ct.. Miami, will have
eheon at their home Saturday to honor their granddaughter,
gye Hope Allain, on her eighth birthday Parents are Mr.
*rs. Conrad Allain he's public relations director at Mt.
Pat bird of passage, Mrs. Leon Jacobs, back in town .
Ms complain they don't get to see enough of her.
pn the Birth Front: David Alan, born to Mr. and Mrs. Irving
t> Mishkin. Dec. 11 at General Hospital David joins his
I Janet Carol, 20 months Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
* D'xon and the Cy Mishkins. all of Miami Bris was Dec.
Continued on PQ 'B
"World
tJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 25, 1959
Section B
Handling arrangements for Dec. 27 Yeshiva
University dinner which honors local philan-
thropist and industrialist Charles Fruchtman
are (top row) Mrs. J. Epstein, Mrs. Pauline
Grundwerg, Miss Anne Berkowitz, and Mrs.
Alfred Mamlet. Bottom row are Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Mrs. Elizabeth Zentler and Mrs. Leo
Mrs David Muskat. president of the Florida Women s Division
d the American Jewish Congress (left and Mrs. Benjamin
Kamen division chairman, meet "Folies Francaise show-
S Lynn lames (right) and Jean Heather at the Carillon hotel
Se planning the Congress' annual .dinner dance and show.
The affair, to be held Dec. 27 in the Carillon s Cafe Le Can Can,
wUl present the entire Lou Walters new revue, Folies Fran-
caise," as entertainment.
Pioneer Women To
Kadimah chapter *****
Copenhagen, president, will hold
a Pioneer Women's Chanuka party
Saturday, 8 p.m.. at the Coral Ga-
bies Masonic Lodge, 41 valenca
ave.
Robinson, at whose Pine Tree dr. home there
will be an informal reception Saturday eve-
ning, when Yeshiva friends can meet Dr. Sam-
uel Belkin, president of the school. Also on
the program celebrating Yeshiva University's
73rd academic year will be Sen, Paul H. Doug-
las, of Illinois.
Zamora Chapter
Social Tuesday
Chanuka social will be held Tues-
day evening by the Tamara Miz-
rachi Women's Organization at
Beth Israel Congregation, accord-
ing to Mrs. Irving Shalom, presi-
dent.
Arrangements committee includes
the Mesdames Charles Turk, Louis
Brafman, Irving Levy, Louis Weiss-
berg, Lily Laster, Max Kimmel,
Elias Rosch, Morris Bienenfeld,
David Herman and Harry Grou-
dan.
Hostesses for the evening will
be the Mesdames Jack Green-
house, Adolph Blank, Jack Fox,
Morris Rudley, Isidore Spolter,
Sidney Margulies, Louis Makovsky,
Max Sternstein, Ann Tannen, Is-
rael Teitch, Ann Zitter and Sam
Herman.
In charge of program is Mrs.
Louis Cohen. The candlelighting
ceremony will be conducted by
Cantor Louis Cohen. Piano selec-
tions will be offered by Mrs. Mor-
ris Rudley and Mrs. Louis Cohen.
Mrs Lillian Cohen, chairman,
said that a candlelighting cere-
I"01* Siiver^vi evident S
Sram'Vhairman. Proceeds are
for Moetzet Hapoalot.

Pioneer Women's Club I. Mrs
JoSph Kran.z. president, w,ll eel
chrate Chanuka on Sunday, 7 p.m.
? Kncs"ct Israel Congregation
Vocee^are for Child Rescue
according to the chairman Mrs
Miriam Yelson. Israeli film *ul be
Fete Chanuka
shown. G. Lavarin, educator and
writer, will speak on the signifi-
cance of Chanuka.

Mrs. Isaak Offenhanden, presi-
dent of Bebe Idelson Club, an-
nounces a Chanuka party Wednes-
day 7 p.m.. at the home of Mr. and
Mrs'. Joseph P. Cassow, 7222 True-
ville Esplanade.
Mrs. Samuel Bopier, chairman
for the evening, and Mrs. Harry
Yanish, cultural chairman, are in
charge of the program.
Abraham Grossman will perform
a candlelighting ceremony. Mrs.
Cassow will read a poem, "Cha-
nuka Licht."
Mrs. Sonya Weiss will offer a
song recital.
Horowitz-Margareten Prexy
And Wife Winter Visitors
Here for the winter season in
their apartment at the Crown hotel
are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Margareten.
Despite the lavish restaurants and
dining spots about town, the Mar-
garet ens. world-renowned food pro-
ducers, prefer their own menus.
Their personal house staff pre-
pares all their meals right at home,
high above the green Atlantic
Ocean. Mr. Margareten is chair-
man of the board of Horowitz-Mar-
gareten, kosher food producers.
Tikvah Club Party
Tikvah Club of Pioneer Women
will hold a Chanuka party Sunday,
2 p.m., at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Platt, i00 SW 30th
ave. Mrs. Ruth Uliss Wagner said
that Dr. Simon Wilensky will be
guest speaker. Jack Asatonowitz
will entertain.


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for Chanuka, Try These Favorites
By ROSE WASSER
Meat Knishes for Chanuka
'. cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
12 teaspoon salt
i tablespoons chicken fat
! eggs well beaten
2 tablespoons water
-:ft together flour, salt and bak-
; powder. Add melted fat. eggs
I water. Knead a soft dough
a floured board. Cut the dough
into five squares and cover with
the mc;it.
Filling
2 cups cooked, ground veal
1 cup cracklings
1 cup fried onions
1 2 teaspoon salt
1 slice white bread
1 egg
Grind the meat together with the
I roll out into a thin sheet, on other ingredients. Add salt, pep-
Kosher Zion
Corned Beef
The new four-ounce package of
corned beef, with its delicious fla
vor vacuum sealed, is now beinc
made available by the Kosher Zion
Sausage Company of Chicago
throughout the country.
I Attractively packaged, neat and
handy, it is now possible to serve
this tasty, traditionally-flavored
corned beef directly from the pack-
age because the meat is pre-cook-
ed and pre-sliced.
This new Kosher Zion package
is designed for convenient stor-
age in the refrigerator for weeks
or in freezer compartments for
months. The four-ounce vacuum
sealed package leaves the appetiz-
ing corned beef fully exposed to
view, making it possible to be seen
by the customer before it is pur-
chased.
Only minutes are required to pre-
pare Kosher-Zion's corned beef for
the table. The package is submerg-
ed, unopened, for about two min-
utes in an uncovered pan of boil
ing water and then removed for
immediate serving. From package
to plate, it's the easy way to pre-
pare hot kosher corned beef in
minutes.E.A.
democratic Club
Ileets Officers
Democratic Club of Miami Beach
1 the following officers last
fe at a meeting held at the
axony hotel:
Harry Levy, executive member;
ally Cluck, president; Louis B.
oberman and Julius J. Pcrlmut-
r. vice presidents; Samuel Res
ick, treasurer; Jack DuBin. Fran
es Rossman. Milton Schwartz.
cretaries; Jacob Fishman. ser-
eant-at-arms; Isidore Amon, as-
istant sergeant at-arms.
Elected to the board of directors
ere Dr. Samuel A. Cluck, chair-
lan. Charles F. 'Chuck" Mall,
at Potamkin. Dr. Abraham Nem-
er, Joseph Elman, Jacob Fish-
,ian, Marvin i). I'lissman, Albert
irks. Jack DuBin, and Sam Fox.
per and well beaten egg. Place
M of the meat on each square,
told the dough and press the edges
tOfttlWl '(Iream?-' a"" Bt,rr -with
molted fat, place the knishes in it
land bake in a moderate oven 350
degrees F. until nicely browned.

Roast Breast of Beef
4 lb breast of beef
2 sliced onions
1 sliced green pepper
1 4 cup sliced celery
2 crushed cloves garlic
1 tablespoon prepared mustard
1 sliced tomato
2 bay leaves
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1 4 teaspoon paprika
Wipe the meat with a damp
cloth and place in a roasting pan.
Spread over the meat prepared
mustard, sliced onions, s 1 i e e d
green peppers, celery and crushed
cloves garlic, tomatoes and bay
leaves. Season with salt, pepper
and paprika. Pour into the pan 2
cups water, cover the roaster and
roast the meat in a moderate oven
three hours. Pour three table-
spoons catsup over the meat and
baste continually. Cut the meat
into slices, and cook in the gravy
30 minutes before serving.
SAY "WELCOME"
IN THE
TRADITIONAL WAY
Kitt*8
HERRING
The delicious Vita Herring that so
often graces your family table also
bids >our guests a warm and joyous
welcome". Enjoyed by your family
and friends for its richly traditional,
old world flavor. Vita Herring is part
of the heritage of hospitality always
found in the American Jewish home.
Bialik Branch
To Celebrate
Bialik Branch of Farband, La-
bor Zionist Order, will hold a Cha-
nuka celebration Monday evening
at the Seville hotel.
Program will include Rabbi Max
Lipschitr. spiritual leader of Mon-
ticello Park, and Rev. Abraham
Seif, cantor of Knesseth Israel
Congregation.
Jewish National Fund Golden
Book Certificates will be presented
the Ehiel Lesowoder. Philip
Krouse, Harry Sachs, Mrs. Jean
Liebeck, and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan.
Officers to be installed during
the meeting are Beryl Morrison,
president; J. Z. Stadlan, honorary
president; David Freedman, vice
president; Aaron Liebman. finan-
cial secretary; Ben Minnenberg.
recording secretary; and Sam
Jackson, treasurer.
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VITA-the height of a mi or party
t trtaa. a44 eratan oc w.t. .a. h.i.
A TRADITION IN
JEWISH HOMES
SINCE 1837
Served In a glass or a cup...
There's Yom Tov spirit in thit
famous tea... "flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and stimu-
lation ... richer taste and pleas-
ure with your fleishigs and
milchigs and between meal
refreshment
TETIEY TEA
Certified Koeher under ttrlct Rabbmcd S*jp#rt*to
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JNF Council
Plans Tag Day
Noted Stars Due
"Security for Israel- is the
theme of the annual Tag Day of
the Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami, according to trn
announcement by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiiz, president of t ta'o
Council.
The city wide JNF Tag Dav
drive will take place Saturdav
i night and all day Sunday this
weekend.
Mrs. Jack Davis, secretary of
?ho Council, has baen appointed
chairman of the campaign. More
than 500 volunteers will partici-
pate In tha traditional Tag Day,
which is part of a nation-wide
drive sponsored by Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Volunteers come from the ranks
j of 34 affiliated organizations.
Monies collected will be used for
| the redemption and rehabilitation
i of the land of Israel and to estab-
I nsh border settlements as defense
; outposts against infiltration and
I attack.
Ner Tamid Sisterhood gams 47 new members an.
members at a recent "member-bring-a-member" hu&
the home of Mrs. William Harris, 1316 Biscaya dr
are Mesdames Charles Raab, in charge of
Yvette Silberger, membership co-chairman: William
hostess; Louis Cohen, Sisterhood president; Carlta
vice president in charge of membership.
Dinner to Honor Mrs. Grossinqer
Elaborate plans are being made the City of Hope, Da '
for the dinqer that will be given the Jennie Grossinger.
in honor of Mrs. Jennie Grossing- and Cultural Center ij
er of Miami Beach on Sunday., rael, opened five vein L
Jan. 10. at the Hotel Astor in New nie Grossinger Forestall
York City. i Israel; and Asher Selijafc
Proceeds of the affair will go to Grossinger Library m sak)
the new Jennie Grosatnger Medical' ences at the Weumia k.
Center for Children in Tel Aviv, of Technology in RhmU,i
Israel. i in honor of Mrs. Groat
Eddie Cantor, honorary chair-' en!s\a?d ? **'
man of the dinner, will be heard on '
a taped message. Eddie Fisher will
chair the affair.
George Jesse], "Toastmaster
General of the United States." will
emcee the show- Joey Adams is
chairman of the entertainment.
The Jennie Grossinger Medical
Center for Children in Tel Aviv
was opened last October. The
three-story bmldrng has r staff of
12 specialists, six nurses, three
male aids, aad eight domestics.
Although prisnariiy for children,
the medical center also treats
adults. More than 30.000 people
are served by the new institution.
Ih addition to this project, there
is s Jennie Grossinger Kitchen in
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Miami Beach accepting singing
engagements Mis. BUckton was
starred in the "New Orleans Nile"
i??UC,i<,n?f ,he M1n> Beach
l*dge of B'nai B'rrth on Sunday
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hn h,Sd,"yVenmK ,h Ster-'
Mr! w nHerL ccon'Pnist is
Mrs. Mim, Retskin. founder of
the Miami Beach Civic Orcliestrs,


December 25, 1959
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Ine of the most important so-
Tcial events scheduled for the
|r future is the Diamond Jubi-
Ball given for the benefit of
National Children's Cardiac
kpital. This strictly formal af-
r will be held Saturday night,
D 30, at the Fontainebleau ho-
luncheon was recently given
[the Cardiac Hospital to ac-
pint outstanding leaders in the
nmunity with the institution
the necessity for assisting
Be children.
in chairmen of the planning
arrangements committee are
p. Paul Kimmier and Mrs. Lee
Incr. At the luncheon, Mrs.
amier wore a royal blue wool
with the modified kimona
pve. Her jacket was cut short
loose fitting with oversize
|tching bone buttons. Mrs. Rat-
selected a black peau de soie
a scooped neckline and
ee quarter deep cuffed sleeves.
skirt featured the cartridge
kts, and her hat was a draped
T>an in white peau de soie.
resident of the Miami Beach
hpter of the National Children's
rdiac Hospital, Mrs. Edward
Instein, chose a brown tweed
with matching knit trim.
William Kneapler was all in
; Her wool suit was royal
le'with the same color hat in
slu-d felt, and shoes, hose and
Idbag all in blue.
leading the over-all planning
for the Diamond Jubilee Paul
R'mm.er spoke briefly to the
ty fornCLC0nC0rKning ,he ne2
jy.for aiding these children To
S, "eartfelt life to his com
sookp hri%,f .he liUIe Dalients
spoke briefly to the audience
She sure was a healthy-looking'
well-adjusted child; yet when she
ame to ,he hospital, she had tl
nae in a special car, and later
Pent months i bed. Now lack
n school and appearing well, she
is still a very sick little girl
Mr. Rimmier stressed, it is be-
cause these children do not look
sick that people hesitate to give
as generously as they might if
they were outwardly crippled or
deformed.
*
IISTENING attentively was
Mrs. Melvin Weinkle. dressed
in a navy blue ensemble. Mrs
Baron de Hirsch Meyer wore a
white Italian knit ensemble with
a hand lace crocheted bodice.
Over this, she chose a big, bulky
white coat with oversized turned
back cuffs. Her hat was a white
fur pillbox trimmed with a dou-
bonet velvet bow.
Chairman for all of Dade coun-
ty for "Heart Sunday" which will
be held the end of February is
Mrs. Alvin Savage, who was in
a dyed to match Dalton cashmere
and wool ensemble in a shrimp
SeuOilt0rwasnMar,ChareODaI grCy W0'
Itsli \ ? Uo Robi"son. Her
al an knit jacket featured a
Has r x in fr ^
' ts t0 the affair are $50
Per Plate, and may be obtain^
from any member of the boar
The lot. 865e7' In addi,1n to
her mCn S Club chaPters,
terras^stlnr' "*"*"" *

M" and Mrs' James Abramson
CarilZ 'hai,ned ? gUests at the
carillon hotel Saturday The
event was the formal engage
ZTJ?*? honorin* their daugh-
ter,bPhy.s Sue, and Jon Philip
Accepting the guests' best
wishes Phylhs was" gowned in
Pink alencon lace over satin Her
gown was fitted to just below the
satin". T ".*" banded with
satin and a large poufed bow.
and ,he sklrt flared fu ^
Her hemline featured the natu-
ral lace scallops.
Her sister, Harriet, was in a
red sik organza strapless formal
with an extremely bouffant
skirt. Near the hemline of the
skirt were many small drapes
which cascaded into a deep
flounce.
Mother of the groom-to-be, Mrs
John Serbin, wore a floor-length
ivory satin formal. The sheath
was molded in the skirt, and the
scooped neck bodice was of lace.
Mrs. Abramson also wore a floor-
length. Her's was a porcelain blue
French lace over satin, with a
satin drape swirling around one
side that ended in a pouf finish
at the hemline, and the other end
of the drape went into a pannier
at the hack.
Uncle of the bride-to-be, Mau-
rice Shapiro, composed original
music, and Mrs. Abramson wrote
the lyrics for a song depicting
the romance of Phylhs and Jon
from its beginning three years
ago. The wedding is scheduled in
June.
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Chanuka Party
For Residents
Mrs. Mary Hirschhorn will be
hostess to the annual Chanuka
party for residents at the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
This Feast of Lights and gift-
giving affair is sponsored annually
by the Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the
Aged. Mrs. Louis Makovsky has
arranged the entertainment with
an Hawaiian theme.
M^s. Hirschhorn will lead the
blessing and lighting of menorah
candles. Mrs. Sol Silverman, presi-
dent, will present Chanuka gifts
to residents. Bruce Burke, Flamen-
co dancer, is also scheduled.
The affair will take place Sun-
day, 2 p.m., at Douglas Gardens,
151 NE 52nd st.
Proceeds for Teen-Agers
Sisterhood of Temple Judea will
hold a New Year's Eve affair on
Thursday. Dec. 31, starting at 10
p.m., at the Temple. Dancing will
be to the music of Bennie Fair-
banks. Proceeds are for the youth
activities program, which serves
60 teen-agers of the area.
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PRANK J. HOLT, Manager
Pioneer Women
Honor Sandlers
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer
Women honored Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Sandier at a testimonial din-
ner last week at the Ritz Plaza
hotel.
Program included greetings by
Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, chapter
president; invocation by Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, Beth David
Congregation; and music portions
by Cantor William Lipson.
Murray Baum was master of
ceremonies for the affair, with
Mrs. Israel Ram as guest singer.
Greetings were by Mrs. Milton
Green, president of the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women.
Mrs. Ida Jacobs-Liftman was
hostess to the entire affair, pro-
ceeds of which went to Pioneer
Women's projects in Israel.
HM0US NUMIIt
Book Review Monday
"Advise and Consent," by Allen
Drury, will be reviewed at a Mi-
ami Beach chapter of Hadassah
book session Monday, 1 p.m., at
the Algiers hotel. Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein is reviewer. Proceeds are for
j Hadassah's vocational education
program.
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ARRIAGE COUNSELOR
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MlAll"l Nationally Famous Marria i lor and Armor*
Popular belief to the contrary, marriage is not
I much a contract but a status orcondition imposed
y law.
For example, the usual business agreement may
e dissolved by mutual consent Having entered
eely and voluntarily into the contract the parties
.!>. bj the same token, withdraw from it.
But once having entered into a marriage it may
8 dissolved only in the manner prescribed by law
that is. by annulment, divorce or death This is
irgely because marriage is the civil status of one
lan and one woman united in law for life, for the
ischargc to each other and to the community of
ie duties legally imposed on husbands and wives.
in, in u ordinary contract, mental capacity
the Hie teat toy fftnesf Hence, all the law re-
tires is that those entering into a business arrange-
ant understand (be nature of their act. in mar-
ie ii required; the lav insists
.it the nan bt texuallj capable of fulfilling his
i! obligations; if he is not. the marriage
illity and may legally be set aside.
Legal Rights Diminish
There is still another distinction worth men-
ning. An infanfi batineai contracts may be us-
lly voided by him. an infant being, generally.
der twenty on. yean of age. Thus a boy of 19
ho buys an automobile may repudiate the trans-
tion any time he desires And this is true even if
a reeks the e.ir week after its purchase. The law
ose of tender years are too immature to be held
-ponsible for their contracts.
In contrast, the marriages of those who have
t yet reached their majority are as binding as the
.image of two adults.
All of which brings us to the question, just what
es a husband have a legal right to expect from his
fe? Oddly enough, a husband s legal rights are
ing fewer and fewer. At one time he con-
his wife s property, and a good deal of her
ron. hut both of these are now part of the dim
d distant past.
A few legal crumbs still remain. In the eyes
the law the husband has still more or less the
;ht to set the domicile, that is to say. the hus-
rue he ll theoretically >till the head of the
inly, may move to any state in the l/nion and in-
' that his wife join him.
If for example, Irving in New York, the husband
M it into bit head to move to the more balmy
net Of Miami or even to smog bound Los Angeles
1 hl* {* b> deddei that she prefers the
iMay Season Brunch
more cosmopolitan atmosphere of Manhattan, the
wife may be guilty of such desertion as to entitle
her spouse to a divorce, and so deprive her of her
rights to alimony and support.
What to Eipact
In short, by virtue of the fact that the husband
is still legally recognized as the head of the family
though in actual fact he has long been replaced
as such by his more astute wifethe man of the
house still has the right, for whatever it's worth,
to decide where the couple shall live. But even in
this respect the law has begun to make inroads into
what was once the husband's immemorial preserves.
For instance, while it's still true that the hus-
band may determine the legal residence, he may not
do so if the change will seriously affect or impair
his wife s health. Hence, a wife may refuse to move
to I-os Angeles if she can prove that the smog will
affect her asthma, or if she has some other legiti-
mate health reason for not going.
A husband has a right, legally, to expect that
his wife will be faithful to him. Since the law is
realistic, this doesn't mean that she can't think
adultery or imagine it. but she must not in all events
commit it. To do so is a ground for divorce in all
states.
Prido and Vanity
A husband has also a legal right to expect sex-
ual relations from his wife. The unwarranted refusal
on her part may be a ground for his divorce. But
here. too. the law steps in and tempers the husband's
marital rights. He may insist on those rights, ponti-
ficates the law, but not to the poiift where aexual
relations endangers the health or life of his spouse.
A husband also has the right to expect that his
wife will bear him children. Since man is full of
pride and vanity, it soothes his ego, at times, to
see himself perpetuated in his offspring. The wife
who before marriage promises to bear her husband
children but who afterwards decides that childless-
ness better preserves her figure and freedom may be
letting herself in for legal difficulties. I might add
finally that the husband still has the last word, in
a legal sense, that is. about the education, secular
and religious, of his children, and is entitled to
their earnings, if any.
This briefly, is a summary of the husband's
legal rights. Next week I shall take up something
much more important the husbands emotional
rights, and in the following weeks shall discuss what
area wife has a right to expect from her husband.
* "M aft* ?* atterlaee cm*
of He Bmmtimil atadkW Me*., hi Mi.mi
I been invited to attend a brunch on man. 615 Puerta. Coral Gablea. la
Members of Phi Sigma Sigma Sunday M,am' Alumnae chapter chairman of the event. Mrs. liar
oritv. their relatives and friends men,b*rs rc hostesses for the af-
o arc in the Greater Miami area fair to he held at the Barcelona
ring the holiday season have hotel at 11:30 am. Mrs. Paul Fur-
vin Lewis, 4421 Post ave.. Miami
Beach, is alumnae chapter presi-
dent.
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* An isti rhrMiain
r Mintz, in Grove Play, Recalls Yiddish Stage
Mintz U many different per- ^ r--, <&
Page 5-r
lies, and has seen many dif-
worlds. He's an actor.
will appear in "Come to
anT' by Nellise Child,
opens next Tuesday eve-
it the Coconut Grove Play-
for a run through Jan. 10.
s the story about people
ig fulfillment in life," Mini?
lined here. "This means it's'
\r\ about all mankind, be-
that's what everybody is
trying to dp."
Nellise Child play por-
the tenants of a brown-
house in New York, who
achieve independence from
children and to adjust to a
[way of life once their child-
have attained independence
them.
|rring are Dennis King, Iso-
Clsom, world-renowned dan-
great Irene Castle, Teddy
Dorothy Konrad, Tommy
. Don Gantry and Lau
Watson.
jtz. who plays the part of a
her. comes to Miami from
^t television appearances on
ircl Star Theater and Play
90, in addition to appearing
film. "The Proud Rebel,"
starred Alan Ladd.
Here's not been much time
nything other than televis-
Mintz said. "Once I became
|e David' on the 'Molly Gold-
television series, that was
| mean TV has become a
o.'isuming business."
noted actor chuckled, stared
ght ahead with laughter-filled
and added: "That's the bur-
^ne must bear with recogni-
burden" is a decreasing
knt of opportunity to do his
pte thing reading mono-
such as he has done on
B'''< Allen, Jack Parr, and
Moore shows, and in theater
foments whenever possible.
Ire are the ever-popular
I e m Aleichem and Y. L.
Iz stories," he said, "but I
pomespun things mostly in
appearances."
Ir.tz was born Edward Satz
tars ago in Lemberg as one
children. His brother, Lud-
(atz, became one of the great
| of the Yiddish stage in
rica. His father, a tailor,
la secret passion for drama,
would dictate plays of his
making to any of his avail-
[sons and daughters as he sat
ng.
fne brother and one sister
survived," Mintz explained
. but with a resigned kind
Jiderstanding shining through
fantastically expressive eyes.
Nazis took the rest of them
pudin my fatherthat is, of
all except Ludwig, who
[come to America long, long
|e"
1924, Mintz arrived in the
City of Danzig, where he
pi for three years, then came
United States. "I promptly
Bed my name to Mintz. Lud-
|was too famous by then. A
I once worked for in Ger-
p was called Mintz, and a fine
he was ... I figured that
pas good enough for him ..."
THE MANY DIFFERENT WORLDS OF ELI MINTZ.
He chuckled in recollection.
"Like father, we all had a mad
drive for the theater. Not only
Ludwig made good, you know.
My brother who survived, and
who is now in semi-retirement in
Paris, also earned his mark hi
French films. Anyway, I did
everything I could to earn a liv-
ingtailor, presser, shop worker.
And I nosed around the theater
at night."
One year after he arrived in
the United States, Mintz appear-
ed in "Kiddush Ha'Shem," by
Sholem Asch. And, in 1929, he
was cast by Maurice Schwartz in
the world-renowned Yiddish Art
Theater production, "Yoshe
Kalb."
"That was an experience,"
Mintz declared. "I don't only
mean the greatness of the Jacob
Singer play, which is still being
performed. But appearing with
such Yiddish star greats as Ber-
tha Kalish, Samuel Goldenberg,
Isidore Cashier, Lazar Fried, Ce-
lia Adler, and Anna Appel."
He thought for a moment. "No
money in the world could buy the
experience the Yiddish stage
gave us," Mintz said. "Out of its
roots have grown Paul Muni, Lu-
ther Adler, Joseph Buloff, Ed-
ward G. Robinson, Stella Adler
she's among the finest theater
teachers today and so many
others, who may not care to ad-
mit it now."
Mintz' first chance at the Eng-
lish stage was in "Me and Molly,"
with Gertrude Berg. From Broad-
way, the once-famous radio pro-
gram, then a play, became a tele-
vision feature and one of video's
earliest popular shows. After
that, he did "She," a movie with
Helen Gahagan and Randolph
Scott.
"But TV," he sighed happily
if gratefully. "It's so time-con-
suming. He has hardly had an
opportunity to digest the plaudits
that came his way across the na-
tion for his performance in the
hilarious comedy, "The Fifth
Season."
The noted actor is married to
a pianist and music teacher in
New York. They met in "Unser
Kamp," some 17 years ago, and
the couple have two daughters.
In his "spare" time, Mintz likes
to paint "But what spare
time? .."
His appearance in "Come to
the Dance" at the Coconut Grove
Playhouse beginning Tuesday
will show why there has been
none for this great and favorite
performer.
'Ben Hur' Opens On Miami Beach
they represent the smallest frac-
Opening this week at the Lincoln | an exciting story.' Although pre-
Theater is "Ben-Hur," the MGM Christian themes play a central
spectacular directed by William | roie at the climax of the picture,
Wyier in 65 mm. technicolor, a
new optical motion picture pro-
cess.
The film rather carefully follows
the Gen. Lew Wallace novel of the
same name, and features Charlton
Heston as Judah Ben-Hur; Haya
Harareet, Israeli sabra, as Esther;
Jack Hawkins, Quintus Arrius;
Stephen Boyd, Mcssala; Hugh
Griffith, Sheik llderim; Martha
Scott, Miriam; Calhy O'Donncll,
Tirzah; Sam Jaffe, Simonides; and
a host of other noted stars.
tion of the whole, and are pro-
jected with restraint. The picture,
in all, is exciting fare, and the
chariot race between Judah and
Messala, with all its gaudy and
bloody Roman panoply, is one that
will not be easily forgotten.L.M.
Unlike other spectaculars of a
similar nature, 'Ben-Hur" offers
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Results to date represent 75 per-
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to support the year-round work of
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Mrs. Harris in Traditional Chantilly Lace Gown
In a double ring candlelight ceremony Sun,lay
evening. Dec. 20. at the Diplomat Country Club, Miss
Barbara F. Kaplan became the bride of David K.
Harris
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Kaplan. 1919 Bay dr., Miami Beach. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. j. Harris, 1825
W. 24th at., Sunset Island 3.
Rabbi Joseph N'arot and Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiated at the 6 p.m. ceremony.
The bride selected a traditional wedding gown
of imported chantilly lace, with the fitted bodice in
a lony torso effect, loni: ileevei U) I wrist point, and
Peter Pan collar reembroidered with iridescent se-
quins and seed pearls. The skirt was of slipper
taught up in folds with appliqued roses of
'<< reeobroklered with sequins and ex-
tending into a cathedral train
Her three -tiered French illusion fingertip-length
veil fell from a tiara of seed pearls She carried
white orchids, stephanotis. and hly-of-the-vallcy on
an heirloom Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Melvin Green, sister
of the groom. Miss Susan Beldner was maid of
honor. Bridesmatrons included Mrs. Irving Cohen,
Mrs. Jerry Harris and Mrs. Melvin Harris. Suzane
Harris, Marjorie Silver and Robin Harris were
flower girls.
The groom's father served as best man for his
son. Ushers included Dr. Marvin Harris, Henry
Harris. Melvin Green. Harry Cohen, and Herbert
Kaplan, brother of the bride.
Newly wed Mrs. Harris is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, and studied music with Sid
Franklin. Her husband attended Kentucky Military
Institute, graduated from Miami High School, and
will receive his degree in business from the Univer-
sity of Miami next June. He will join the staff of
the Metropolitan Bank of Miami, of which bis father
is chairman of the board.
After a reception and formal dinner, the couple
left for an extended honeymoon in New York. They
will live at 1825 W. 24th St.. Sunset Island 3, on
their return.
Bay Harbor Island Home for Savage, Miller
A candlelight ceremony united the former Miss
Manlynn Miller and Allan Savage in marriage Mon-
day. Dec. 21. at West view Country Club. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiated at the double ring ceremony.
The bride's full-length magnolia peau de sote
gown was appliqued with reembroidered hand-loom-
ed lace. Tiny white beads and pearls decorated the
scooped neckline and fingertip sleeves. A cascade
of double pouf enhanced the chapel-length train. Her
bouffant veil was attached to a small beaded tiara
made of lace.
Mrs. Francis Yanovich, sister of the groom,
acted as matron of honor, with Miss Lois Fineberg
as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Barbara
Robins and Mrs. Michael Boro. Flower girl was
Miss Kathy Sue Kramer.
The bride's brother. Gerald Miller, was best
man. Ushers were the groom's brother, Larry
Savage, Gary Mednick. Larry Bulman and Mike
Jolles, all of Washington, DC.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mr. Benjamin
Savage. Washington, D.C. The new Mrs. Savage is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, 5313 La
Gorce dr.. Miami Beach.
Mr. Savage is with National Brands. Inc. Mrs.
Savage is presently interning at Treasure Island
Elementary School. The couple both attended the
University of Miami. The groom was a member of
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. The bride was in Phi
Sigma Sigma sorority at the University of Maryland.
After a honeymoon trip to Mexico, the couple
will reside at the Beaux Arts apts.. 8000 West dr..
Harbor Island.
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Eileen Elinor Duchon and Gerald
S. Sanders exchanged wedding
vows Sunday, Dec. 20, at Temple
Zamora. RabM B. Leon Hurv.it?
officiated at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Duchon, SOI SW 27th
rd. The groom is the son of Mrs
Sara Sanders, 3233 SW 7th st., and
the late Harry Sanders.
Matron of honor for her new sis-
ter-in-law was Mrs. Richard Ax-
man, of Baltimore, Md. Marilyn
Duchon was maid of honor for her
sister. Mrs. Melvin Mitchell. Mrs.
Art Charloff. and Mrs. Sylvan
Holtzman were attendants. Karen
Dawn Charloff acted as flower
girl.
Best man for bis cousin was Law-
rence Jaffe. of Chicago. Ushers in-
cluded Robert Bernie. Melvin Mit-
chell, and Norman Duchon. Mi-
chael Specter ws ringbearer.
For her wedding, Mrs. Sanders
wore a chantilly lace gown fea-
turing a scoop neckline enhanced
with seed pearls and long lace
beaded sleeves. The very full skirt
terminated in a chapel train. Her
lace and pearl crown was held in
place with a double tier of French
illusion.
The bride is a graduate of the
University of Miami and is pres-
ently teaching at Coral Terrace
Elementary School. Mr. Sanders is
a senior at the University of Mi-
ami school of medicine.
Reception followed the wedding
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After a honeymoon trip to New
Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Rubin will live at 1930 Marseilles
dr., Miami Beach.
They were married Saturday.
Dec. 10, by Rabbi Yaakov Rosen
berg at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis R. Roth. 46 Malaga ave..
Coral Gables.
Mrs. Rubin, the former Susan
Branner, is the daughter of Mrs.
Simon Fogel, of 129 Malaga ave.,
and the late Mr. Charles Branner
The bride received her Bachelor
of Science degree from the Univer-
sity of Miami and a Master's de-
gree from New York University.
She is a teacher at Nautilus Junior
High School, and a member of the
American Home Economics Assn.,
National Education AsjJ
Florida Education Asa.
Mr. Rubin is the son _
Anna Rubin. 6227 SW lltfc<
ami, and the late Mr. Harjj
He attended schools in |
Mich., and is a gradual i
University of Miami.
He is a member of tit I
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Shrincrs. and B'nai B'ritkl
He is president of Miiail
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December 25, 1959
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Linda Gertner is Bride of Gabriel Zatlin
Page 7-B
Linda BJarie Gertner became Mrs. Gabriel
\. Zatlin in noon ceremonies Sunday, Dec
emple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish
[bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
ner, 12850 Cyprus rd. Her father is execu-
rtor of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami,
^m's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zat-
Byron ave.
ron of honr was Mrs. William B. Binder,
rry Lack was in charge of the guest book!
I Gertner, brother of the bride, was best man
Included Philip Winter, of St. Louis, Mo.
bride selected a traditional wedding gown
jin lace and peau de soie featuring a sabrina
neckline, long sleeves to a wrist point,
td bodice in the long torso effect. The bouf-
extended into a chapel train. She carried
^chids, stephanotis, and lily-of-the-valley on
er's Bible, which he used on his Bar Mitzvah
pearls were a gift from her parents. The
hree-tiered French illusion veil fell from a
fe of matching lace, seed pearls, and peau
groom was married in a gold wedding band
to him by the bride's maternal grand-
llywed Mrs. Zatlin is a graduate of Miami
ligh School, and will receive her degree in
[from the University of Maryland in Feb-
5he is editor of the college literary magazine
ember of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.
Zatlin is a graduate of Miami Beach High
|and received his degree magna cum laude
University of Miami. He will receive his
I in medicine from Washington University
school in June, 1960. He is a member of
Lpa Phi honorary.
eption and buffet luncheon followed the
py. The couple will honeymoon in Yucatan
fcico City. On their return, they will live in
Df-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
taiers Off
.as Vegas
in.I Mrs. Harold Marmcr
tarried Wednesday evening
?mm' of Rabbi Morris Skop,
Gables.
ting the ceremony, a d'in-
eption was held at the Em-
gtaurant.
Marmcr is the former Ar-
(rllis Imber, daughter of the
Rae Bialosky, Cleveland,
[attended Hunter College of
fork, and was graduated
University of Miami,
farmer is the son of Mr.
Albert Manner, of New
le is an alnmnus of Tulane
eymoon trip to Las Vegas
ed. The couple will live in
(able*.
Ardmore
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Open House Fetes
Zalis, Taragin
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gilbert Za-
lis will visit their parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Joel Zalis, during the week of
hamika Open house at the MtH
home will honor them Sunday be-
ginning at 2 p.m.
The couple recently exchanged
wedding vows in Baltimore, Md.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. O. David Taragin, of Bal-
timore.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a sabrina dress of imported seed-
ed lace and illusion ivory tulle.
She wore a matching fingertip-
length veil that fell from the seed-
ed Juliet cap, and carried a cou-
quet of orchids and stephanotis.
She is a graduate of Bais Yaa-
kov School for Girls, Goucher Col-
lege, and presently attends the
University of Maryland graduate
school. She teaches at Patterson
Park High School.
Mr. Zalis is a graduate of Ye-
shiva University in New York City,
Johns Hopkins University, and will
graduate from the University of
Maryland medical school in June.
MRS. EDWIN ZALIS
uel1 Rosenbaum, maternal grandparents of the bride,
and Mrs. Isaac Aiken, the groom's maternal grand-
mother. Also from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs
Lee Gertner and Mr. Max Low, Tuckahoe N Y Dr
and Mrs. Louis Scheib, Yonkers, N.Y.; Dr. and Mrs!
Herman Smith, Chicago; and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mor-
genstern and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Morgenstern, Long
Island, N.Y.
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Cincinnati, 0., announce the be-
trothal of their daughter, Marcia
Edith, to Herbert B. Geltner.
The groom-to-be is the son of
Mrs. Bessie Geltner, 3311 SW 23rd
st, Miami, and the late Samuel
Geltner.
The couple are planning to be
married in February.
Miss Zalmanoff
Plans Marriage
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Zalman-
off, 1211 Marseilles *dr., Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Marcia Harriet,
to Gerald David Weinstein.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Weinstein, 4800 University
dr.. Coral Gables. He is the grand-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hodor,
Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a junior at
Bryn Mawr College, where she
majors in English literature.
Mr. Weinstein graduated from
the University of Pennsylvania,
and is now a third-year student at
the medical school there. He be-
longs to Tau Delta Phi social fra-
ternity and Phi Rho Sigma medi-
cal fraternity.
An August wedding is planned
by the couple.
Freeman, Abrams
To Wed in June
Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Freeman,
10 Shore dr. N., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ju-
dith Lynn, to Samuel Harry Ab-
rams.
The groom-to-be is the son of
Mrs. Minnie Abrams and the late
Clayton Abrams, of Brookhaven,
Miss.
Miss Freeman graduated from
Miami Senior High School, attend-
ed Sophia Newcomb College for
two years, and is now a senior at
Emory University. She is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Abrams graduated from
Georgie Institute of Technology,
where he received his Bachelor's
degree in industrial engineering,
and is now working toward a Mas-
ter's degree. He is a member of
Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity.
The couple plan a June 19, 1960
wedding.
Young Artist Wins Prize
Marcia Barry has won a prize
for drawing in an art contest spon-
sored by WPST-TV ch. 10. The
ten-year-old artist is the daughter
of Mrs. Ellen Barry, Miami Beach,
and attends fifth grade at Treasure
Island School. Her uncle is Anton
Loeb, the noted artist here.
Festival at Her Tamid
Temple Ner Tamid will hold a
Chanuka Festival Concert Satur-
day evening at the Temple. Fea-
tured are Cantor Samuel Gomberg,
with Norma Reiff, vocalist, Manny
Golden, violinist, and Hy Fried, at
the organ.
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his folks, Dr. and Mrs. Leo R. Kupper. and enjoying a whirl of WW.
The Jack Klingers have something extra to celebrate for the New
Year II. was just appointed manager of the Beach brokerage office
of J. R. Williston and Beane.
The Japanese party at the home of Jack and Reba Daner last
(rOtkend w.is aufhentic right down to the Nipponese->t> led kimonas
worn by tin hii.-' Muff.
Gen* Fisher, 1960-president-elect of the Horn* Buiiders Awn.
of Sooth Florida, h*s quit* a collection of tropical fi*h at hii horn*.
Plenty of MM in that family. HI* wif*, Eth*l, I* a leading figure
in local art circl**. And Gene c*n tinkl* th* keyboard lik* a pro.
Cant understand why the Bayshore and Normandy golf courses
donl lake mid week starting times for weekend play, like other muni-
,1 courSM in this area. The waiting at each couse, on Sundays es-
pecially, has reached the point of discouraging the pay for-play horde
of teurisis and locals alike. The present system is as outmoded as
Model T Ford.
Popular staffer of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Gerry
Hard*. Tonne, is altar-bound She'll wed localite David Alan Siegcl
< n Jan. 24. in her hometown. Birmingham, Ala.
The Michael Millers, of Miami Beach, recently celebrated their
33rd wedding anniversary at a family party at the Fontainebleau.
Judge and Mrs. Mai Englander will hold open house at their Mi-
ami Beach home to welcome the New Year, with an afternoon recep-
tion and evening party. It's their 14th annual holiday gala.
* *
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: This week will mark, without a doubt,
the UeJMt holiday week in the history of our glittering resort area.
NOW before have there been so many big names on hand to en-
tertain, at the hotels and night clubs.
Motor before have there been so many fine restaurants providing
toothsome delicacies from around the world.
One of th* major events of th* busy, bright and bountiful w**k
it th* local pr*mi*r* of "B*n Hur" at th* Lincoln Th**t*r. Th* man-
agement, expecting a long, long engagement of this epic, has gone
all out to make the Lincoln rd. house one of the most modern and
comfortable, providing latest innovations in seats, carpeting god,
of course, the new screen, the entir* width of the stage, te accom-
modate the "Camera 65" filming of the gigantic screenplay.
Of especial interest is the starring debut of Israeli beauty and
actress. Haya Harareet, in the leading feminine role, opposite star
Charlton Heston, in the title role.
The world premier of the play, "Come to the Dance," at Coconut
Grove Play house on Dec. 29 will introduce to local theatre-goers one
\inericas more glamorous personalities for more than four dec-
Iivne Castle, who made dancing history with her late spouse,
\ eroofl Castle. Two outstanding Broadway stars, Dennis King and
. Isobel Elsora. share the spotlight with Mrs. Castle in the new footlight
drama at the plush playhouse.
On Die night club front the array of stars is truly spectacular.
The Americana is featuring singer Dorothy Dandridge. who is also
in 'Torgy and Bess," showing locally. Comedian Alan Kent and the
dancing Hamilton Twins round out the Bal Masque bill.
Long time favorites of local cafe society, the Ritz Brothers, pop
up again with their mad mirth, this time at the Deauville. with song-
nnie Francis and a troupe of can-can dancers.
The smooth-as-syrup voiced Johnny Mathias, a reigning record
best seller, is highlighting the holiday show at the Eden Roc's Pompeii
room starting tomorrow, with the light as-feather dancing routines
of the Szonys.
Exciting songs of Tony Bennett, the comedy of Guy Marks and
the dancing of Eit.lt. Slo.n are a bright package of holiday enter-
tainment that will b* opened tomorrow et the swank La Rende of
the Fontainebleau.
The newest edition of "Havana Mardi Gras," the fourth in thro*
years, bows in this week at tbe Lucerne, with an increased cast, and
fabulous newly-costumed production numbers. Heading the zingy fes-
tival of Latin-American entertainment is Diosa Costello with a new
repertoire of songs and patter.
r^1*???*' Sfhtv,,S?to R*ye fa 'home V in *' beautiful
Copa City, with the Tremors, comic George Hopkins, and the Four
Guardsmen. Two shows nightly. 8:30 and 12, plus food service. Add-
ed will be an exciting session, featuring the Treniers and others from
two ayem on. till dawn.
n,,r ST *?1 feW "f ** >** on the after-dark scene in
whv k m '^8LWLted "son'" here. And there's no reason
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2' ttriK! in^ludine Harold Katz, the Manischewitz exec .
Mri? i. ^0lFe,ng1ld aJ Kmg Arthur's Court^ Miami Springs Villas
rage Chit) tWrd enlar*emenl of tl* Villas' Car-
r,.n a.' kT^ G,?,d.Stei?' fundraising vice president of Adath Ycshu-
run Sisterhood, thrilled to learn that her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Prawn, visiting from New York, plan to make Florida their permanent
home next year Bernice shares vice presidential honors with hus-
band Norman, who's Temple VP.
MM
Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Berney Saturday, Dec. 19, at the Hialeah
Reform Jewish Congregation, was the occasion for a reception Sunday
tendered by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berney, 4560 W. 9th ct
at the Golden Gate hotel Bruce is a student of modern dancing'
and won a thousand dollar prize for his dancing on the Robert Q. Lewis
"Live Like a Millionaire" television show several years ago Dad
Harry is billed as the "dancing comedian," and has appeared locally
at the Americana and Fontainebleau hotels Guests included Mrs.
Esther Topel, of New York City; Jerry Halpern, New Orleans, La.;
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gold, Washington, D.C.; Ben Grad and Nick Garrett,
New York City; and Hank Metz, of Chicago, 111. .
Their No. Miami Beach friends join Muriel in wishing a speedy
recovery to her husband, William Liberman Muriel's Adath Yeshu-
run Sisterhood cultural vice prexy.
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Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
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will have a humorous presenta-
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bership meeting Tuesday noon at
the Algiers hotel.
Star of the show will be Mrs.
Baron (Polly Lux) de Hirsch Mey-
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Henry Kaufman. Members of the
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Mrs. Jack Udell will offer the
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gation, 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Kling, columnist for The Jewish
Floridian, will discuss "What's
Happening to the American Fam-
ily?"
Dr. Sarnotl to Speak
Weekly luncheon meeting of Mi-
ami Beach B'nai Brith Lodge will
be held Tuesday noon at the Di-
Lido hotel. Gershon S. Miller is
chairman. Dr. Sarnoff will be the
guest speaker. His subject is Bet-
ter HealthLonger Life."
MevJsiM Profroisi Sunday
Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy, wn
be guest on the program, ii
Small Voice." Sunday, 10 a.m.
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York Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies at a luncheon
this month. The citation hail-
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century of a dedicated serv-
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daughter of Rabbi Stephen
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man of the national executive
committee of the American
Jewish Congress. _______
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Warren Sadler has been appoint;
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. J^ctr "Corsage for You" is a new feature of The Jewish Floridian
A corsage is free for the asking, and will be presented to each
mother of a Bar or Bas MitzvarYr Tor details on how to receive
your free corsage see story, Page 3-A.
Barbara Hady Sattar stein will take place Saturday
Bric. H.Vlan S.H.r | morning. Dec. 26. during HVWeM
Temple Emanu-El will be the of Dade Heights Jewish tongresa
s)ta of the Bas and Bar Mitzvah of tion at Carpenters Hall 625 Nfc
Barbara Hedy and Bruce Harlan. 125h st. Cantor Emanuel Mandcll
twin daughter and son of Mrs. j will officiate.
Anita Priest Satter and Mr. Nat Son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Satter on Saturday morning, Dec.' Weinstein, Stuart attends eighlh
26. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of- grade at Norland Junior High
ficiate. School.
Barbara and Bruce are eighth! Out of town guests will include
grade students at Nautilus, and two great aunts. Mrs. Rose Rubin,
attend Temple Emanu-El r***. gg^-f JftJK %?
Ktddusb wi., be ^^;;^Ls.:s:e2;!^
honor at the Temple. Barbara and ?e .. annivprsarv 0f
*Jeist>ncrAMaf7
BAKBAKA
uuct
the 40th wedding anniversary of
his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry J. Dushkin. Miami.

Laura Kaplan
Laura Sue Kaplan will become
Bas Mitzvah during Saturday
I'naries Linciennaum on saiuruay.i _,_____ T
Dec. 26. at North Shore Jewish; ^^rSS^iS^ iZ
tcn,cr Kronish will officiate.
Charles is the son of Mr. and i ,,_ ___, ...
Mrs Jerry L.ndenbaum. 695 84th *; dfh ^f ""^
st. He is a student in the religious lng B K.plan 2630
school of the Center, and attends *** m ^ Beh She-
Bruce are the grandchildren of
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Krane.

Charles Lindanbaum
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Charles Lindenbaum on Saturday.
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Stuart Wairwtain
Bar Mitzvah of Stuart B. Wein-
latke Party Wedneiday
Forty-Niners of Temple Emanu-
El. the congregation's club for its
senior citizens, will hold a catereu
latke Chanuka party Wednesday
evening at the Temple, according
to Mrs. Isidor Newman, president.
Proceeds for Children
Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi
Women will hold a Chanuka lunch-
eon Wednesday noon at Kneseth
Israel Congregation.
lorn confirmation class of S721.
Mrs. Kaplan is a past president
of Beth Sholom Sisterhood, and her
father belongs to the Temple's
board of directors.

Elliot Chakoff
Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Chakoff. will become Bar Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning ser-
vices. Dec. 26. of Temple Zion.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offi-
ciate. Elliot has been a student in
the Temple Zion religious school
since 1951, and will continue his
studies as a member of the con-
firmation class.
Kiddush in his honor will follow,
with Mr. and Mrs. Chakoff as
hosts.
LAMA
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Young Couples Clvb
Young Couples Club of Beth El
Congregation will hold a Chanuka
party Saturday evening at the cpn-
gregation. Program will include a
menorah lighting ceremony and
Hebrew and English folk under the direction of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Golin.
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[, December 25. 1959
dlroetor al ,.' '; 'V';"|.inu s. ,;
'. Including |,U|U.
"" brothi
BUInberg. of MlamM
Burvlv-
'el; mother;
Sisters s...,!,,,, ": '">'' lhre<-
River, Dee. 20 .,
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MRS.
HELEN SISSELMAN
from .\v. Y.k "..... her*
MCHAEL ADILMAN
Hieust ZOA
les Adilman
el Adilman, of Savannah,
been elected president of
Ithrnst region of the Zionist
ration of America. Adilman.
is born in Canada and mi
to Palestine in 1928, is a
te of the Herzlia High
of Tel Aviv and was a
ir of the Hagannah.
nan, who succeeds Harry
of Birmingham, Ala., at-
i the American University of
Lebanon, and graduated
Jjew York University. His
family at present resides in
the pa it president of the
pah Zionist District, and for
f 17 years has h*ld office in
>A Southeast region. He is
chairman of the Southeast
, administrative committee,
Bgmnal fund-raising chair-
fid is a member of the na-
executive council of the
le is a member of the ex-
committees of the Savan-
ewish Educational Alliance,
LB'nth, Beth Jacob Congre-
Savannah Jewish Council,
Savannah committee for
is.
SAMUEL BLUMENFIELD
uni'r mi Mam' SB* ^ 8
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MRS.
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Beach. In
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EiI Of. Miami Hebrew
galhto w;H hold its first an-
(laimka supper Sunday, 6:30
r^sr-cial hall of the con-
llAlpne Wynn Studio of
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4ance program, "Stars
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rr,a1|rar si'^Sisn nw ;:;:
hi "V "'"""'of T-m,.|,. Tf
rothI Jarol, ami a life m-mi*, .,,,,.
J.-ul-h Mo,,,,. ,, ,, Au.,1 sr
* ""n. I'Var.k; three dlhUr.fi!
Mr. Hot
oMldren
Karrrmn; and rfve irand-
Serxic were Dec m ...
V;,""'1:"' With burial ,
Mt. -Nebo Cemetery.
MAX BILLET
89. of 711 Collins ave.. dU- Tor*, feurvlvlna; are his wife. rYleda;
\!Jiwi' l";"t"i;s' piciuding i
Miami Beach. Services were l>e<.....
at Rivenil i. Memorial Chapel, Wash-
ington ave.
MISS JOANNA POLLACK
!f.of,??n y Riv" au" '" ii'<| d--
16 In < leveland, <>. fn.,winir a heart
operation. She came here ten vears
ago from Denvtlle, X .) anil was a
student at the Lear School. Surviving
are her parents, Mr ami Mrs. Kman-
jttj Pollack; brother, Albert; sitter,
lill.n Sue; paternal granrlmnther, Mrs.
Yetta Pollack: maternal uranilmothi-r,
Mre. Bella Brezln. SerVlCee Were Dec.
18 at tiordon Kun.ral Home, with
burial in Mt N.i.o Cemetery.
MRS. ROSE SOKOL
71. of 130 3rd st.. died Pec. 17. She
came here seven years ago from New
Xork Surviving are her husband,
Menjamln. and three sons, Including
Abraham, Miami Beach. She also
leaves a daughter. Services were
Dec 1< II Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Washington ave., with burial in Mt.
Slnal Cemetery.
SAMUEL WINKEL
78, of 734 IferldlM ave., died Dec. 17.
years ago from Ports-
mouth, O., and was a retired re:,! es-
tate, broker. Surviving are two dauuh-
t,-r-.. Oertrude and Lillian. Services
u.r, Dec. IS .at Riverside Memorial
Chapel. Washington ave., WiBi burial
in Mt. Nebo Cemi '
ELLIS SHWOM
77, retired real estate broker, of 5JS1
SW 4th it., died Dec, 16i^B>' came
her,- seven years ago froaj Boston.
Sur\ iv,,rs Include ills wife, 8VII;t; si,,,
and three daujajglirs, iiielaUini: Lil-
lian Travers and !!.. lssenbert. both
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hanuka As Major American Holiday

FeDish Floridii fl.n S'9nifnt and Joyous Fete
Marks Victory Over Odds,
Cleansing of Holy Temple
Florida, Friday, December 25, 1959

jeers bearing lighted Chanuka Menorahs tion, is due, in part, to the tieup of the spirit of
less reverence for toe Ten Commandments, the Maccabees of old and the modern Macca-
success of the Chanuka festival for Is- bees of the Jewish republic."
sponsored by the Israel Bond Organiza-
By MEIR CHARNIAK
To Jewish scholars of an
earlier and non-Americanera,
the holiday of Chanuka was a
minor celebration during the
year of the Hebrew calendar. It
is not one of the Days of Awe;
neither does it have the family-
embracing values of Passover,
with its Seder. The story of
Chanuka, as a matter of fact,
isn't even told in the Bible, but
m the two books of the Macca-
bees. And those two books them-
selves differ in emphasis on who
the real heroes were and weren't.
Some historians belittle the mili-
tary accomplishments of the
Maccabees, and Josephus, one of
the major Jewish historians of
all time, also dealt casually with
the actual military events for
which we recall Judah Maccabee
and his brothers in our own time.
As an example of the meaning,
or lack of it, of the Chanuka holi-
day itself, I discovered that in
Prof. Victor Tcherikover's basic
and authoritative study "Hellen-
istic Civilization and the Jews,"
Chanuka is missing from the
book's index. Indeed, the holi-
day itself appears to be minor in
THROUGHOUT OUR HISTORY THE STRUGGLE IS WAGED AGAIN AND AGAIN
\an's
Continuing Battle for Religious Freedom
}y RABBI SAMUEL UMEN
be story of Chanuka is the
of a small group of Jews in
in Palestine who under
that the greatest possession
human being or a nation is
ething that is more precious
life itself. These men knew
life is made worthwhile and
aingful only if it represents
^ething. stands for something.
something they believed, is
fs moral freedom, one's ideals,
and his religion for which
would give his life if and when
rere necessary.
sincerely one believes,
much his ideals really mat-
to him can not be revealed
he is tested,
be life of the Jewish people,
history, from earliest times
been associated with Torah
ls. Whether or not the ideals
he Jewish people were valued
as more precious than
i itself, had to be proven. The
came when in the second
Jury B.C.E. Hebraism clashed
Hellenism, the Greek cul-
brought into their land by
successors of the great con-
dor, Alexander the Great.
first it appeared that Juda-
had no meaning for the Jew
[compared with what Hellen-
had to offer. For countless
P saw more in the new mode
Hue than their own ottered
>_ when, however, it was de-
by mad Antiochus that Ju-
m must be stamped out and
nemsm must replace it, the
of what Jewry really be-
W, the test for religious free-
Ma come.
i the year 168 B.C.E. the Has-
san family with a small dedi-
group of supporters decIH-
their right to be free, mor-
Overseas student contingent at Hebrew Union ^ae-Jewish
Institute of Religion in Cincinnati this year ******
the 85-yearold history of America's seminary of Reform Juda
ism. Enrolled axe a dozen men from nine lands ab oad. The
life of the Jewish people, its history, from earliest tunes has
been associated with Torah ideals.
ally, religiously, and that their
way of life, Jewish culture, was
worth more to them than their
lives. They declared war on the
enemy. After a three-year strug-
gle they reaped victory for them-
selves, Judea, and all freedom-
loving people everywhere. They
taught the world that religious
freedom is more than a concept,
that if it's worth anything at all,
it must be worth more than life
itself.
On the surface, this preroga-
tive, Freedom of Religion, does
not appear too important, espe-
cially in this day of science and
irreligion. Upon carefult study of
this right, however, one discovers
that from Freedom of Religion,
all other equally important free-
doms flow. Time and again, it
has been demonstrated, that
when a government curtails the
right of worship, or suppresses
any particular religion, that gov-
ern m e n t simultaneously sup-
presses also freedom of speech
and press; that government be-
comes dictatorial, inhumane,
merciless.
This happened in Spain during
the Inquisition, in Hitler's Ger-
many and in Russia during the
Czars, and is happening now un-
der the Communists wherever
they are in power.
Little wonder then, why the
framers of the Federal Constitu-
tion stressed the need of Relig-
ious Freedom. Without it, there
cannot be democracy, the kind
of government they were interest-
ed in, the kind of government
they fought for, made huge sacri-
ces for, so that they, and their
posterity, could live like human
beings with the elemental rights
of humans.
A sure way of losing a friend
Continued on Page ISC
the historical survey by this Jew-
ish scholar who devoted his en-
tire career to the Hellenistic per-
iod in Jewish history.
There are those historians who
say that the truth of the matter
is that the Maccabees themselves
were "fanatics" and bloodthirsty
and, anyway, the Hasmonean
kingdom established after the
victory of Judah Maccabee over
the Greek-Syrian oppressors, did
not last very long. What is more.
Prof. Tcherikover tries to tell us
gently, it is truethat Antio-
chus was not such a bad fellow
and that the repressions and per-
secutions he introduced were a
result of Jewish rebelliousness,
and not the reverse: that is, that
it wasn't against Antiochus' ex-
cesses that the Maccabees re-
volted. But that revolt was an
outgrowth of scores of Oriental
uprisings against Western mas-
ters, and that the Hebrews were
one of many groups to fight
against the Western empire grab-
bers.
And if that isn't enough, I was
told by a friend seeking Chanuka
material for a television series,
that there is little serious cre-
ative writing around Chanuka,
practically no music, few novels,
no folklore and, here and there.
a snippet or two of an oratorio or
a jingle. When I called his atten-
tion to two or three historical
novels concerned with the battle
between the Jews and the
Greeks, with Chanuka' some-
where in the middle, he was sur-
prised, but in the end I had to
agree with him that there wasn't
very much. And the reason?
Well, in the past, Chanuka was
not a holiday of impressive pro-
portions.
But things are different now;
indeed they are!
Herman Wouk, in the first
lines in his new best-seller "This
is My God," makes the point that
he undertook to write his book
because a friend asked him if
there was any literature on Cha-
nuka. Finding very little, Wouk
went to work. And in his section
on the holiday, Wouk stresses its
significance on the American
scene because it comes, year
after year, simultaneously with
Christmas. And the Jews in the
United States, working hard to
maintain their own identity and
refusing to be inundated by the
tidal waves of Christmas, have
created a new Chanuka. a Chanu-
ka which gives the Jew an oppor-
tunity to strut, to point out the
victories of the Maccabees, to
wag their finger in the direction
of Israel and say that the heroic
people of the Jewish State are
the modern Maccabees.
The success of the Chanuka fes-
tival for Israel, sponsored by the
Israel Bond Organization, is due,
in part, to the tie-up of the spirit
of the Maccabees of old and the
modern Maccabees of the Jewish
republic. And the stress put by
the Bond Organization on Chanu-
ka during the past decade has
brought to the attention of thous-
ands of Jews the drama in the
story of the Maccabees and their
series of guerrilla victories
against odds.
But on a practical level, the
significance of Chanuka is well
described by Rabbi Albert I. Gor-
don, in his best-selling sociolog-
ical study entitled "Jews in Sub-
urbia." "Everywhere," he writes,
"religious schools concentrate on
the preparation of their pupils
for the Feast of Lights. Anticipa-
Contirxjtd en Page 11C


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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
'Oil EX'S RiKKHY
eSS Wsshisatea Aeeaeo MIAMI SEACH Ftec* J! MMI
By VIVIINNE TABOR
JERISALEM Although the
hour is late, a li^ht still burns in
the medical school, spilling out
into the quiet Jerusalem night.
In his small laboratory, one of
Hadassah's gifted medical scirn-
I lists still works among his com-
plox electronic instruments, ac-
' curately measuring the response
of the various parts of the human
brain to the stimulus of light.
His basic research work is
pushing back the borderline of
knowledge on the actual mechan-
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way for new methods of diagnosis
of how
A prom
the University Hospital staff, he
was sent to the United States on
a Hadassah fellowship for post-
graduate training in two leading
American centers, and his stay
extended at Harvard University
through the generosity of the Na-
tional Council to Combat Blind-
ness and the National Institute of
Health. While he was there, he
played a leading part in s re-
search project which gave the
world new knowledge of the
mechanism of color vision.
Whn, despite the protestations
of his hosts, the timo cams for
vision becomes impaired. Israel had its own Soviet visitors recentlytwo Russkni
ising young member of tists. who took, time out from sessions of the Biota
dardization Conference in Jerusalem to inspect theSEi
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, now]
at Kiryat Hadassah (Hadassah Town). Pictured Qsfci
are Dr. Jack Karpas, deputy director-general oi the H
Medical Organisation. Prol A. Olitiky, of the Hebres
sity-Hadassah Medical School, and his wile, Dr. ZeL,
sky, aa they show the smiling Russian scientists, EtJ
Khmenko and Dr. V. Blagovitchensky, around the
Center due for completion next year.
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him to return homo, ho brought
with him the oood wishes from
Harvard, the Rockefeller Founda-
tion end others in ths form of
gifts of equipment to eneMe Mm
to carry en Ms research in Jew
salem. His work, which is carried
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The training of personnel
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Under this scheme i
first neurosurgeon tut
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Leaving immediately fctl
he was flown by belies]
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Jay,
December 25, 1959
"Jenis/iFlcricfitHj
ludah Maccabeus: World's First Guerilla
Page 3-C
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
"h.itnifci f dM to tnlnd the mil-
iry prowess of Judab Macca-
lus' guerrilla army at a time
ken America, through the nor-
Exodus," is discovering the
L as a fighting roan.
|Today the military arts have
come incredibly sophisticated.
kws. as nuclear and rocket sci-
Itists, take a leading part in the
Ltion's defense. Jewish partici-
ktion in top-level military sci-
kcc is far out of proportion to
Je comparatively small number
Jews in the population.
(The German scientist, M. J.
fchleiden, in the last century an-
rzed the Jew as a soldier.
fhcir valor under the Macca-
es, their exploits in the cam-
jign which ended with Titus'
Esitruction of Jerusalem, their
bsporate rebellion under Bar
chba, and later on, their de-
Insc of Naples against Balisar-
us, or of the passes of the Py-
taees against the Franks, place
Lc Jew on a par with the great-
It heroes known to history."
|An exiled and persecuted Jew-
people gloried in the Macca-
f'cs and other heroic defenders
the faith. It was only natural
an underprivileged group
puld identify vicariously with
strong men.
[Arab hostility makes it neces-
|ry for Israel to live as an arm-
camp today. Jewish teachings
re consistent with legitimate
fdefense. However, some of
military feats for which our
itorians take 'credit might
tnd examination.
t Is common practice to relate
pish participation on both
des in the American Civil War.
bws who served the Union and
ft Confederacy are listed with
pride. Yet, it is dubious
bether Jewish Confederates
ere defending the ideals of Ju-
)ism.
| One finds Gen. Milch, Goer-
g's chief of staff, listed among
itinguished "Jewish" soldiers.
name appears in an article,
he Jew As Soldier, Strategist,
Ulitary Adviser." The fact is
|iat the Nazi Milch repudiated
Jewish father to gain honor-
Aryan status from Hitler,
ho mvds him?
same article lists another
rwish "hero." He is German
il. Dnstcrberg, a leader of the
ihlhelm, a veterans group that
elaborated with the Naiis.
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SS^w"?" ^ ho6la i0X a Ie^ish librarY being
shipped as Chanuka gifts to veterans' hospitals and military
posts in the U.S. and overseas by the National Jewish Welfare
Board Women s Organizations Division. With Chaplain Gold-
berg is Miss Diana Bernstein, division director. The 21 basic
books in the coUection will serve as the nucleus of a Jewish
library. A cruel legend emerged that Jews were a cowardly
and servile people."
It is also triumphantly noted
that a Jew served Mussolini's
Fascists with such "outstanding
valor under fire" that he was
awarded a gold medal. He was
Bruno JesL
The Jewish attitude toward
military heroism is easy to un-
derstand. The medieval church
confined Jews to the ghetto, for-
bade them from cultivating land
or bearing arms. A cruel legend
Continued on Pag* IOC
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World Jewish Congress In New York sends a
basic library of Jewish books, as well as ed-
ucational materials, to aid one of the oldest
Jewish communities in the Western Hemis-
phereParamaribo, Surinam. Dispatched by
the WJC's Cultural Department, the library
will be housed in the community's synagogue
and center (right), which Princess PW*-"
the Netherlands visited when ffbtJw
Jtace.*. ^companied by Gor. jTvJ |
TUbtBg (left), is shown meetinq am*!
leaders (left to right) D. H. SamueU. F\72
son and J. A. Bueno de Mesquita.
U.S. Students Win Heart of the Israelis
By ANITA ENGLE
Jerusalem
I've never met anyone more
qualified to get the maximum out
of Israel that the doaen delightful
girls from the States that I met
at the Bar-Ilan University
SAVOY HOTEL
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weeks ago. Graduates of Jewish
high schools, and coming from
homes where Zionism is part of
their religious upbringing, they
feel completely, gloriously M
home in Israel.
"You come here and you're ad-
Justed." they told see. "Every-
thing we ever learned seemed to
fall into place. We- felt com-
plete."
The 17 and 18-year-olds, most
ly from New York, arrived Just
before the High Holidays, at the
same time as some SO other boys
and girls, from Chicago, Rhode
Island, Winnipeg, Mexico, Den-
mark, Holland and Switzerland,
who had come to spend their
freshman year at Bar-Ilan. Since
the majority of the students of
this religiously-baaed university
are Israelis, they have been
swept right into the current of
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mild a word. Consciously JeM {
as opposed to setfMe*2]
Jewish, they have ahrarikssM
ed that Jewish values tad triku
tioni are something to be _
ished. With the exception of bat]
families, school sad
camps, they have been litinjsjl
spiritual islands, isolated os I
among their own peophi. Htrth!
Israel they found a world tag!
they could belong to, ud than
belongs to them.
Each one was so anxious *q>
plain this wonderful new ssei
tion of freedom thai they tie]
gan to speak at once. "Yos sill
be living among two roiOnaJcajj
in Brooklyn, and in ill Isratj
there are no more thin two af j
lion. But in the States half if j
them don't even know tberhj
Jews. Here many of tie peak!
are not Orthodox, but on S*]
bath, on any street, ye* wffl-siq
know that it is ShabMl"
"You couldn't havtL
this in the States," Carol I.
a dark-eyed pixie, told sje s,e|
all sat together on the smooth lawn Carol ua't**>]
ring to the gracious, infaag]
beauty of Bar-uao easasvl
"There are plenty of tfsspH
universities in the SUttt,jp
course. Brooklyn College is*a*j
nice and friendly, too. Bat JU
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riday, December 25, 1959
*9
(couldn't gtt an atmosphere like
, vmi get pfit9."
Here on the campus you have
cwdSK. *eu want," Tova
K m, blende fellow-graduate
,: the Hetbush -Iteshiva, broke
j,; ;Y Ini, you takf out a book, you lie
cm Hie grass and read Hebrew.
The" teachers speak Hebrew, and
tM boys playing volley ball are
t' 'ifcitm Big shouting in Hebrew.
Ti >'j-" is no tension inside- of you.
v Mhvir happens, you know
III iMJJbeilright. You're not
veryone is a Jew
hi rrlroa^on't have this feeling
in 'he States, even wten you live
Sai-ong Jews."
In the States we always had
fcto lind Orthodox kirt to be
jrtendJy with," said Sheila Dinlz,
another, graduate of Flatbush
Y(:shiva. "Otherwise there never
seemed to be anything in com-
mon with them, If they weren't
interested in Jewish things. And
they loylacd on us as if we were
sonieAffindifferent. Here you
don'tttBitok-'Ibout it. Those who
are not Orthodox are very toler-
ant lust the fact that we are all
together is Israel is sufficient
common bond."
Most of the girls have come on
r6cholarships, and are equipped
with a good .knowledge of He-
ireu and- allied subjects. "They
ixptct you to work here," they
told me. "This whole attitude to-
ward studies is different than in
the States."
"It is a good influence, being
with Israelis, especially when
you see the seriousness, of the
girls.'' Carol said. "The girl I
room with has 40 hours of study.
Another is workine at a job as
wrll as studying. We'd be asham-
!'ed not to do our 20-29 hours a
Week."

Vacations here will be no
problem. "Israeli* are out of this
world," Bochelle Stutman. of
Brooklyn, added. "I don't think
you could find *ach hospitality
anywhere else, in the world."
Each oX the girts had a story to
tell of kindnesses they had re-
ceived when they traveled around
the country for two weeks before
Starting their studies.
One truck driver gave five of
them a lift to Beersheba. Then,
because it was getting late in the
'afternoon, and he didn't want
them to wander around trying to
;fmd a place to sleep, he took them
right on to his Tillage of Dimona.
Bis wife settled them for the
Bight, and next morning he took
[them out to the main road, and
them beside a bus atop.
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Vo 4,411...
On another occasion four of
them got to the youth hostel at
Eln Geddi, down by the Dead
Sea. The-girls bad some tins of
sardines left, but no money. They
were planning to sleep on the
grass. The manager of the youth
hostel gave them a room and
blankets without money. The
other people staying there invited
the girls to eat with them. Then
someone brought out a grama-
phone, and they spent the eve-
ning singing and dancing "As
Continued en Pae 15C
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where children in the arts and crafts group traiture and sculpture have been I
made this giant mosaic illustrating the lighting by Hebrew Bible themes .
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greater love for Judaism, for the
values contained in Jewish relig-
ious history and Jewish religious
faith. Why must we leave it en-
tirely to Christian churches to
enjoy, to be inspired with, all this
great art. Just beeseas their own
Christian tradition Is to a lsrge
extent Jewish?
Here we are now celebrating
the Chanuka festival. How many
synagogues or Jewish cultural
centers will perferm Handel's
great oratorio, "Judas Macca-
beus," as part of the celebration
of this eight-day festival? And
when the Passover season will
come around, how many will give
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a rendering of another {rasa
del oratorio. "Israel m Eg*j|
an oratorio which from 1p3
musical standpoint is coastal
ss fine a piece of work u fl
same composer'i evereafl
"Messiah'" Handel vrott 2
rios on about a dozen OMtfl
ment and Apocryphal tbese^fl
lustrating the great henal
Bible history Besides u* sig
have already mentioned. Hssl
wrote oratorios on Joseph, j3
tha, Samuel, Solomon. EaaTl
and others. Haydn vrott ThJ
"Creation," inspired by the M
chapter of Genesis. One c< nl
delssohns greatest worbkl
oratorio. "Elijah." Theses]
standard, popular fare in .
tian churches, where I haw 1
heard them performed bras!
lent singers and instrea*
But we seldom, if ever, hi
rendered in Jewish rehjii
tural institutions. Why?
Besides the big oratork* Rk]
because of their length
be included in the regular
ious services and must be
formed separately, the tfl
composers have written
pieces of mu>ic on B.ble
which can be given in cob
with prayer services. A few Baa
ago I heard Schubert's "SobR
Miriam" rendered by tat Qj
of New York's Free S.--astJ
under the direction of Dr AatJ
ham Binder. It was my DrsU
ing of this piece, which I
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L December 25, 1959
[_
M 20 minutei to perform, jnd
fa Schubert devotee like my-
[it was an event. Afterwards,
IBinJcr told me that Schubert
[ also set to music the original
LeM words u| one of the
5ms, which was news to me,
I had never heard it per-
ked. I learned too that Men-,
faohn produced an eUnre li-"
Yy of Psalms, of which the
Jngements of Psalms 22, 08
115 "contain some of the
moving music he ever cre-
" according to the Universal
Msh Encyclopedia. I have still
hear these Psalms rendered
Where in the great Jewish
hmunity of New York where I
landc
aei, Haydn and Mendels-
are not the only great com-
ers who have written inspir-
music on Hebrew Bible
lies. There have been many
pr.v both among the classical
romantic composers and the
ilernists. Philip E m a n u e 1
h, able son of the great Jo-
i Sebastian, was also inspired
the Exodus to compose an or-
ft>, "The Israelites in Egypt."
sini wrote an opera depict-
life of Motes. Verdi wrote
opera on Nebuchadnezzar, the
nan king who conquered
es and drove the Jews into
e. Saint-Saens' opera, "Sam-
[and Delilah," with its stirring
rait- chants and its "Bacha-
still remains among the
\e popular operas. It would
ably be difficult, if not im-
e, to perform entire op-
i. with their elaborate cos-
ling, big choruses and large
[icstras in Jewish religious-
ral institutions. But parts of
a, separate arias and chorus-
ould and should be rendered.
is the case with music, so
with painting and sculpture.
ie of the greatest works of
[world's great masters of por-
(tnre and sculpture- the old
ers as well as the recent ones
been inspired by Hebrew
themes, or themes derived
the Bible. Here, too, since |
on painting and sculpture
Judaism has long ago been
cd, we neglect to exhibit
works of art in our Jewish
ural in.-titutions, even though
could enhance our respect
[Jewish religious values.
thinking of some of the
painters of history who
Ited on Hebrew Bible themes,
uch Renaissance painters as
gione and Tintoretto with
f'Moses Striking the Rock"; of
en-, hi Murillo, of Poussin,
Corot, of Turner, and of such
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HIALEAH. FLA.
of Moses and David, both amS
the supreme achievement of
sculpture? Yet how mZy0t us
who can't go to Rome to see ,he
origin,, "Moses," or to Florence
to view the original "David *
have been able to even view
some good reproductions of these
statues? Such reproduction a e
on sale and they are ot very
expensive Jewish centers could
JlTr* tha" buyin8 these re
productions and exhibiting them
in a prominent place.
Rembrandt, though not himself
a Jew, is given a prominent place
hi every Jewish encyclopedia, as
well he might. Not only did he
make 43 pointings on Old Testa
ment and Apocryphal subjects,
but also 22 paintings and 13 en-
gravings depicting live Jewish
types of the Amsterdam of his
day, the seventeenth century,
borne of his outstanding Biblical
paintings are the overpowering
''Moses Breaking the Tablets of
the Law," "Abraham's Sacrifice
of Isaac," "Jacob Wrestling with
the Angel" "Jacob Blessing the
Sons of Joseph," and the series
of the "Samson Saga." Rem-
brandt's portraits of Amsterdam
Jews are part of Jewish cultural
history.
I could go on listing many
more paintings and pieces of
sculpture by great masters whose
theme is the Hebrew BibleJu-
daism. But it's sufficient for mv
purpose in this article to have
mentioned only those that I did.
There are good reproductions of
these and many other inspiring
works of art on the theme of Ju-
daism. These reproductions are
relatively inexpensive, and it
would be.cfit our Jewish institu-
mbited ty WCre reS"lar'y ex
ure nnnaa,U,re ?'u,hings' ar<*itec
Lh thl bu'.ld,ng can the Jew-
Wh theme enter, as the Jewish
uhW,CanMnterint0,he ^ied
subject matter of music, paint-
mg and sculpture.
While the interiors of some of
our very old synagogues hT Eu
rope are works of art, their fa-
cades are not impressive, for the
very good reason that Jews in
Europe at one time or another
nao to endure such intense perse-
cution that they were afraid that
a prominent display of their syn-
agogue exteriors would aggravate
their troubles, would add to the
hatred of their neighbors, in
America today, however, we are
not afraid to display proudly our
many elaborate synagogue struc-
tures which we have been erect-
ing in recent years particularly,
wnwe the synagogues which we
Continued on Page 16C
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Florida Court Opinion: Today's Chanuka Tjfc
The story of Chanuka is a story
ot Jewish heroism on the field of
battle. It is a story of man's first
struggle in the name of religises fp
freedom.
Many are the modern battles
waged for the same high purpose.
This nation, dedicated to the
proposition that man has an in-
herent right to privacy of con.
science and spiritual life, is fre-
quently besmirched by those who
would have it another way.
The by now famous B. J. Har-
ris case, in which Mr. B. J. Har-
ris, of Sunset Island No. 2, Mi-
ami Beach, fought for the right
to build a home and live there,
is a singular illustration of man's
eternal struggle for decency in
the face of bigotry. Harris pur-
chased land on Sunset Island No.
2 several years ago, began to put
up a house, and was promptly
challenged by the association on
the basis of the fact that he was
not both "white and Gentile."
After long and hard-fought Lit-
igation, the Florida Supreme
Court on April 8, 1959. upset a
Dade court ruling, and upheld
Harris' right to live on the island,
striking down the Property Own-
ers' restrictive covenant.
The B. J. Harris case again
made news on Dec. 2, 1959, some
IN TM SUP*iME COURT Op-etOtie-,,
JANUARY TIRM, AD. 1959
J- HARIttS-eeaMHWtBWnUtETSriBs why
Appellants,
v*
SUNSET ISLANDS PROPF.RY OWNERS INC
Appellet. -
CASI NO. W.435 DADE COUNTY
Opinion filed April 8, 1939
Heri0U,Jud1:.a, *-* CiTCOit Cm f Dade <*i
L,w^y^ro?A?^.Lc*uman- Marin *.
Paul 4 Sana. D. P. S. Paul and Francis w. sami, f* (
Compliments
of
MR. AND MRS.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO ALL
three weeks ago. The court, in
a unanimoua opinion, reaffirmed
its original decision, thus setting
aside the association's appeal to
exclude Jewa from Sunset Island
No. 2. Chanuka is a fitting period
to read this glowing Supreme
Court opinion, which originally
affirmed Harris* civil rights un-
der the Constitution of the Uni-
ted States.
e e
Appellants Harris, who were
defendants below, seek reversal
of a decree of the Chancellor af-
firming the validity of certain
covenants restricting the sale
and occupancy of land.
We are called upon to deter-
mine whether the covenants in
question can be enforced In view
of the provisions of the Four-
teenth Amendment to the Consti-
tution of the United States pro-
hibiting state action which de-
nies equal protection of the laws.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris purchased
a lot in a subdivision known as
Sunset Islands in Dade County.
At the time of the purchase there
was of record certain restrictive
covenants affecting the sale and
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occupancy 0f the
Among these were the I
"2- OWNERSHIP. No tfj
ny part thereof) shin
conveyed or leased to
not a member in good |
of Sunset Islands
Owners, Inc., i Floridi l.
ration, provided, hownetl
nothing in this coveninC'I
tained shall prevent ij
poration a majority i*
stock in which is
members in good
Sunset Islands Property |
ers, Inc.. from owning crl
ing any such property
"3. OCCUPANCY No at]
any part thereof) shall hi j
or occupied by anyone
member in good
Sunset Hands Pn
ers. Inc. The provisions |
covenant shall not
bona fide domertie
domiciled on the
where they are
Similar restrictions
of the property in the i
and it was provided Qtat I
should remain in full foree.i
1S71. When appellant Hind]
chased the land the by!
appellee Sunset Islands!
Owners, Inc. contait
sion which in sum
no member of the
would, prior to the yetr 1
or lease any property inj
division to any person "d.1
Caucasian race, or who k.l
Gentile, or who has beeal
ted of a felony ..." tV I
further provided that
ground upon which u>
lessee of property on sami
may be denied meajh
this earpention shall 1
applicant is not a
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Dcmabar 25. 1959
the Caucasian rate or has
By-Lawi AmeiwUd
n-ill be aeen that when Har-
Jew, purchased the prop-
fthe recorded restriction re-
id that he be a member of
pppellee nonprofit corpora-
Xhe membership applies-
[blank which contained an
pt from the by-laws on the
side specifically exclud-
m from membership in the
Brat inn because of his relig-
With this information he,
theless, proceeded to con-
an expensive residence on
ind, and with bis family as-
_ occupancy. At this point,
Jppcllee Sunset Islands Prop-
| Owners, Inc. filed suit to
Harris to vacate the
tv alleging that he was
i member of the corporation.
ould be pointed out that sub-
nt to the filing of the com-
the by-laws of the eorpo-
were amended by elimin-
the references to Caucas-
[ Gentiles and felons. In lieu
of there was substituted a
sion to the effect that "the
Jfications for membership in
[association shall be that the
Iber be of good moral char-
f, that he be an owner or les-
r one who proposes to be-
an owner or lessee, of
erty on Sunset Islands No. 1
o. 2." Pending the litigation,
[after the aforesaid amend-
appellants, deeming them-
to be of good moral char-
applied for membership
irere rejected. When the mat-
ame on for final hearing, the
cellor by his decree indi-
the view that the only re-
lion which he was being rc-
d to enforce was that
merely required member-
fin the corporation. He had
kriew that this was not an un-
stable requirement and that
Dg failed to become a mem
[of the corporation, the ap-
pts were subject to the ra-
ons. By this decree he or-
the appellants to sell their
to the appellee corpora-
and provided that if thay
1 not agree on the price, then
[appellants should sell and
| appellee should pay an
fixed by three apprais-
i named by the court. Of
t, the appellants were or-
to vacate the property,
of this decree is now
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New York Board of Rabbis honors former Sen. Herbert H Leh
Equal Protation Denied
Appellants contend that the re-
striction requiring membership
in the corporation supplemented
by the by-law requiring that in
order to be a member a person
would have to be a Caucasian
Gentile, constituted an unlawful
restraint on the alienation of the
property and that the enforce
ment thereof denied to them the
equal protection of the laws
guaranteed by the Fourteenth
Amendment to the Constitution
of the United States.
Appellee contends that the
Chancellor ruled correctly in
finding that he was merely call-
ed upon to sustain the restriction
which required membership in
the corporation as a condition to
ownership and occupancy of the
Continued on Pag* 12C
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This charming Chanuka tern* at Homimad
Air Force Base, Fla., showing youngsters of
servicemen getting Chanuka gifts is typical
of the hundreds of such events thai will take
place this year at military installations in the
U.S. and overseas as part of global "Oper-
ation Chanuka" organized by the National
Jewish Welfare 3oard. Handing gift, J
children is Mrs. Louis Glasser SS
the IWB Greater Miami Armed'serSl
mittee. whjch organized the ChanufaT
Taking part are Maj. David Riniler 2
tar. Desiree. Mark Friedman and Kathy
J=Z^--------------"~1 Judah Maccabeus: World's First Guerilla
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John V. Hardoman and John V. Hardoman, Jr.
30o SAVINGS ON AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
2722 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone HI 3-4607
A Happy Chanuka to All
S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I.
Rtol Ettott Appraiser seal Consl!aat
307 Ainsley Bldg.
Phone FR 11639
CenHneed from Pea* 3C
emerged that the Jews were a
cowardly and servile people. It
is understandable that historians
would seek to disprove this myth.
As human beings, Jews possess
the same capacities as other in-
dividuals.
There is no doubt of Jewish
military destruction in ancient
days. Tacitus of Rome recorded
Jewish ferocity in battle. Jewish
captives were the favored gladi-
ators. Jewish mercenaries serv-
ed as professional soldiers. Ma-
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SUPPLY COMPANY
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FOLDING CHAIRS and FOLDING TABLES
AU TYPES OF SEATING FOR CLUBS, ONION HALLS, CLASSROOMS, ETC.
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'Too Sooting Headquarters for too Sooth"
52 N.E. 51st Street Phono PI 8-1954
TITLE l\M IIAMI:
A definite Insurance contract instead of an OPINION
ms to the condition of title.
LANGFORD BUILDING, MIAMI FR 1-5618
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
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Mrs. Lucilo P. Neher, Owner
18 CORAL WAY
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Toofcs Cloooed tVol. Um, utmU No. lesteOeNeas
M. II. 4. AIIIUS
CTVIL AMD CONSULTING BMODTBEll
622 S.W. 27th Avenue 1
m
crobius, the Romas .
vested thst many Jen
Caesar's legions.
In Egypt, the Ptolemy iq,
relied on Jewish soldiersj
phus reported that..
known as Philometer, __
patra. his wife, committal]
"whole kingdom to the _
Jewish troops" commanjerl
Hebrew generals.
Many Jews sen-ad h!
armies during tbe
North Africa and Spain' I
the Moorish invader, Ta^j
Zeiad, from whom Q
takes it- name, was said Is]
Jewish Berber. The 11th 1
found Samuel Hanagid
serving as defense saRsaT
the Moorish kingdom of C
and Malaga. Historian
that the opposing armies an
lem Seville include so muyj
that they mutually agreed]
battle on Saturdays, the,
Sabbath.
Ancient Jews emai
the Chaldeans, a fi
Jews have also been unWf
the Spartans as "lunsnua."
ConHiwod on Psjja MC]
SEASON'S GREETINGS]
MR. and MRS.
HENRY SHIEB
and Familf
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PHONE NEUSN
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December 25, 1959
uka Celebrates Victory Over Great Odds
Page 11-C
from PM UL -
|My pleasures and the
L values of the festival
Kite joyous mood among
to 8i5d parents alike."
Itfeen Rabbi Gordon adds
Lfhtful phrase: "Conver-
fith rabbis, teachers and
jta suburbia make it evl-
jt C&anulca occupies a
fp|je in the lives of Amcr-
i. It is the symbol of
belief in man's inher-
j to worship God in free-
men as it attests to their
f the future of mankind."
(i Gordon quotes suburban-
quenlly in his study and
a statement relating to
fjue of Chanuka in "oppos-
phristmas: "How can we
net the Christmas influ-
our public school sys-
$e mu-i do it through our
and Sunday schools and
homes as well. So we
Ichanuka a season for col-
deeorations. We kindle
ally tapered little candles
Istribute yifts and presents
the eight nights of the
ll. We arrange our beauti-
ol and home parties. We
lour congregational books
shops present lovely
[wrapped in especially-de-
holiday paper. In this
Ichanuka becomes lots of
Iside from the story of the
and the Syrians and
^plications of that story."
> is ill well and good for
I poping in a particular di-
I eager to accept the holi-
lof their people, uneasy
[the pressures of the holi-
! the majority religion. But
[is more to it than this, I'm
i For Chanuka has the ele-
| which lend themselves not
celebration but, peculiar-
American appreciation.
(gin with, it is a holiday
be accepted both as a
p and a national celebra-
te Maccabees rededicated
nple and the miracle came
pie small cruse of oilwith
. oil for one dayburned
pt days and nights. This
lie religious aspect to it
Mged survival of a people
o matter that it is a "mi-
oliday compared with the
I of Awe, which are really
ersonal holidays and thec-
lones). And then, of course.
Nate's
Sartit Basin
N. W. North Rive*
Drlva
*"* Mill
P8PPy Chanuka to All'
Friends and Patrons
penny's
' BEA0TIFUL SHOES
MIRACLE MILE
[CORAL GABLES
50n HI 8-8947
" Winokura
ALL OUR FRIENDS
AN PATRONS
GREET|NGS
WEN'S SHOP
1L n^f str^i'
member group of the Notional to^J&lS*1m
we have the nationalistic side. A
people rose up and conquered an
enemy, against tremendous odds.
The victories of Judah Maccabee
make for great reading, and Ju-
dah's tactics were sufficiently
brilliant for him to be included
as one of the outstanding military
leaders in Hjm world on a bas re-
lief at West Point. Surely, this
is acceptance on the American
scene.
And to make the story even
more fascinating, the Jews of old
did in truth fight for religious
freedom, a battle which is being
fought in our time by Americans
of various beliefs. So this is an
ever-new though old story. And
It is vivid and colorfuland true.
The fact that it also lends itself
to the liRhting of the menorah,
and to the exchange and giving
Continued on Page 16C
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Sommers Herbert
Ime.
woman pabei
165S N. -MIAMI AVENUE
MIAMI
bone ft 1-5679
A. I. SOMMERS
"WE COVE* THE EARTH'
"Wt COVER THE EARTH"
The Sherwin-Williams Cft
7114 HI 2nd Ayr.-1300 W. Flooler St., FR 7-2588-1680 Ahen Rd., Miami Beach
9417 Martini Ave., M. B., Ph. UN 6-5953 23 Okeechobee Rd., Ph. TU 81510
1*1$ Peace 0* lee* Blvd. 2015 Morris*- St., Hollywood Ft. louder..!.
14M N.W. loth Street
West Palm Booth
Best Wishes for A Happy Chanuka
from the Foremost Photographers of the South
i/udios
252 L Flogltr St. in the Roper WMhf ffcmW.
'*****
Best Wishes for the Holiday Season ..
GENERAL TIRE CO., INC.
4 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
HAPPY CHANIIKA TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS ANft CUSTOMERS
H. HENTZ & CO.
Established 1856
Members New York Stock Exchange and other leading
stock and commodity exchanges
452 Biltmore Way Coral Gables
Telephone HI 6-0841
Edmond E. Dorit and Wendell J. Brown Managers
I
BEST WISHES FOR THE CHANUKA HOLIDAYS .
SEABOARD
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF AMERICA
1451 N. Bayshore Drive, Miami 32, Florida
Phone FR 9-8461
SEASON'S GREETINGS .
To All Our Friends and Patrons
W. .1. FH III
General Passenger Agent
SEABOARD RAILROAD
< i
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS .
SWIFT & COMPANY
Refreshingly yours ..
Swift's ire Cream
PHONE HI 8-6555
GREETINGS JACK SWERDLIN
CEMENT BLOCK INDUSTRIES
"Specify C.B.L"
Phone MO 1-7696 Immediate Delivery

HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
Be Sure To Visit .
MBS* W INDIAN VUM
1700 N.W. 25Hi AVENUE MIAMI Phone NE 4-5843
~ SEASONTGREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
BRANT ORCHID SUPPLY
"Complete Orchids Service and Storage"
2970 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone B
ERIC G. DIETSCH
PAINTING AND ^COHATING
1658 N.W. 1W. STIKT _______PH0MI NE *""
BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA .
TRI-CITY SEPTIC TANK INC.
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOL.DAY SEASON
MARGE SLETTA Mural.
MIAMI
Phooe ft MI7I
TO ALL GREETINGS ... ivr
BADE PAPER & BAG CO., INC.
65 NX 23rd Street TRIMS
" SS F^ or Broiled Chidcen
GEORGE'S CHICKEN HOUSE
J14 FIFTH STOIT. MIAMI BEACH
TIL Jl M3W


Pag 12-C
+Jeisiitkx-Mk*n
Friday,
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA
>.
NATIONAL
TITLE
COMPANY
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE
Branches:
Huntinglcn Medical Bldg.
Phone HI 4-1601
Fort Lauderdale

CHANUKA GREETINGS .
TRI-CITY ELECTRIC CO. INC.
2900 N.W. 7th STREET
Phone NE 4-8566
INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL INSTALLATIONS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
LAN6F0RD BLDG.
121 SX lsl STREET
MIAMI
Phoee FR 3-2933 M. M. Mixed, Mgr.
Specialists In Window and Jalouilo Eitflneerinf Tool.,
Jit., Pixtur.,, AuttiMtic Equipment. Special Machinery
ACME DIE & SUPPLY CO.
3754 N.W. 80th Street
Hialeah. Florida
JACK YODER
1148 E. 26th Street
OX 14612
LEW HUCKLEBERRY
FOB REST AND RELAXATION
AT YOUR FAVORITE FURNITURE STORE
E. B. MALONE MATTRESS CO.
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
So & L FIXTURE COMPANY
CAIIN8IS
ST Cwft Mode Woeses Sieve ftrfwej
685 W. 25th Street, Hialeah
NE 4-6881
MIAMI DANCrMG SHOE COMPANY
f < rn i.not
___________ COMPLETE LINE PROFKMIONAI. A STUDS**?
SEASON'S GREETINGS
12th Avf. ronimemit\v Market
WE NEVER CLOSE
CORNER 121h AVENUE and 7th STREET. N.W. MIAMI. FLA.
For the first time, the New York Board of Ed-
ucation has named a school for a Zionist lead-
er. The school, now under construction in
New York City, is named for the late Henri-
etta Szold (1860-1945). founder of Hadassah.
the Women's Zionist Organisation of America,
and first administrator of Youth Aliyah, inter-
national agency for the rescue and rehabil-
itation in Israel of homeless Jewish children.
At recent cornerstone setting ceremonies are
(left to right) Dr. Jacob Greenbera
superintendent of schools; Mis.
Cohen, Hadassah s national '
chairman; Charles H. Silver
New York Board of Education; IJi
Freund, national president of
Mm Saul Kate, chairnxa
Month." The ceremonies
daseah drive for 10,000 new
Greater New York area.
Court Opinion: Today's Chanuka
A Happy Chanuka to All
M. Glenn Turtle
e
USMBS NfSOtANCf
SPKIAUST
e
1121 Biscoyne Boulevard
Phone FR 7-1761
Continued from Paoo tC
property. Appellee says that un-
der the by-laws, as amended,
stipulating as the sole condition
to membership good moral char-
acter of the applicant, the appel-
lants had applied for member-
ship and in good faith had been
rejected.
It appears to us to be perfectly
clear that wben appellants Har-
ris bought the land ia question.
the restriction, if ralid, would
preclude them from purchasing
the property or frem ever oc-
TO ALL GREETINGS .
bonaem Cromrtivs
CRANE SERVICE, INC.
CONCRETE HOISTING TIE BEAM MURING
2872 N.W. 34th Street NE 3-2444
PfOawT
coevrfoes
PftSONaU
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
EMERSON & GARDEN ELECTRIC
COMPANY, INC.
SERVICE PLUS QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
"Large or Small Job* Estimates Free"
4511 N.W. 7th St. HI 4-9081
HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
AMERICAN -MARIETTA
Concrete Products Division
Masorocfwefs of Prectut Codjcrefe Preefscft
1S2SSTItUNGR0A0
P.O. Bex 215, 3ANI>V FUNH0A
WAbesh 2-1472, 2 1318 and MIAMI FR 1-0150
Ik" A-
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
BLWayiM* KLWtrir Cm.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami nun, *r a-usi
SEASON'S MEETINGS ~ "
24 ___ ^ACH BOWLING CENTfl
OMNJOWIING Ot MNVAIf FASTIS HKi 'ASKING

UN 54571
cupying it. We ttt
fail that the renrdak
itself merely rteaird]
ship in the corpontisj|
it is impouiblt to 1
specific requ
laws that in order1
member of the
must be a CaecasWi
innocent of say priar t
of a felony. Co
Mr. Harris, bdnr i
not possibly beconti
of the corporation 1
isling by-laws. 1st
dentally, clearly 1
that the areviaoa
ons has no nuterJaajl
we do not discuss It I
Rtttrtiab I
We are tans 1
twentyfi?e-yeer
nant, the effect d
prohibit the
paucy of describa)!
Jew. Until Hay I, I
tions of this natntil
ally considered by I
courts to be nbjedl
ment by judicial
significant date 1st'
HOLIDAY
BmtU
iaii im
5775 tW.* I
rasas *:
A Happy Chanuki<
Our Friends and I
KAIUO
ITU ALTOkt?
Phone V
C'aVl
MOW*1
ewtf
UOi NX**1
Good
Sincere
The
DADE
INSlKAKa
RALPH D-


cember 25, 1959
pme Court of the United
jinounccd its decision in
Kraemer and McGbee
U.S. 1, flt L. ed. 845,
636, 3 A.L.R 2d 441.
|sion has i*en generally
thrnughasrt the country
; than ten years.. It has
more than ninety
various courts through-
nd. It has also been the
Cf many law review ar-
,cial Restrictions and the
jtb Amendment, William
I Jr., Vol. 16, Chicago
lew, No. 2, pg. 203; also
Rev. 493. In Shelley v.
. supra, the Supreme
(ecificalry held that the
own, use, occupy and
1 property is a prvilege
| to a citizen within
nplation of the provi-
the Fourteenth Amend-
the Constitution of he
Bates. It was further held
(tough covenants of the
_.ere under dlscusssion
: inherently void in the
lit they cannot be re-
(by parties as between
they are neverthe-
Jraints on the constitu.
guaranteed right to ac-
l n d occupy property.
erefore, a state court on
on of one who seeks to
Eih covenants under-
j.a-i judicial validity
Msiriction and thereby
> medium of a Judicial
irci's the restriction in
of the rights of the
1 owners, such action by
court constitutes state
lolative of the equal pro-
rovisions of the Four-
leodment. Shelley v.
supra, recognized that
act only through its
legislative or judicial
Insofar as the proscrip-
[the Fourteenth Amend-
cohcerned, effective
rthe states through any
pe thriT branches which
I a denial of equal pro-
f the laws is prohibited.
under discussion""^ =====S^^^^ai7
! the' dec st^y """" S$ J* T are n<
tolling assets of 'nS-8^^ *m^<* ^fT* >" the
aion would enable us tn*6"*^1^ a "ntoB&,fa In and
In consequence of Ik .aVOId "Henat'ori X? !eStraint on
compelled to recoLSl WC "e shiP n"ainteRdeqhu'red. member-
trolling rule of lawY?.' f0"" <*ions mK iny,l!kg,OUS ex"
uccessfuSunderSn,aP^,ee tutes 3di"t2?
the necree^f Thrsute^oun3;: ^ A '""we S^SJ?
equal protection ofT"'. wS JJ
Page 13-C
No Bread Intarprttation
Property. As to them the require-
en could not be enforced This
opinion ls not lo be gfven J
broader interpretation. y
The decree of the Chancellor
REVERSED.
MIHWA LEE
IMPORTERS
tmctivt doonrel ...... .
[Toti I Blindnata
[ elaborate extensively
e of Shelley v. Krae-
i, in the light of many
t fleci-ions in the state
1 courts a well as al-
nertble articles in the
s as mentioned above.
gataoo fjils to reveal
1 in the armor which
on construct* as a pro-
I the property right here
We do not overlook the con-
ie",,0L.f the **>**">* that U
amended its by-laws after the in ^vattsED.
stituuon of the litigation by elC TERRFII r ,
tasting the objectionable nrmrf riRFw J ~ J" HOBSON,
ed7ew?iroh rtrS 2S.a C0NNELL' jj-
ed Jews from membership. When i
tiW anUequent application of the
appellants was considered by the
directors it was rejected. Again!
the law requires us to point ou
that when the appellants amnir ... ~. ">si3
ed the property ffi VpXa. Kft^Bft^ '""""
ble restrictions were totallv m 'MiffiaZl r ? A "re **"><*<"
cou'ld .oVS^ thC '^' ^^.X rei70tf^n-fc0'
could not and did not then be- CORAL GABIES
tton* h ," lf the COrPra- 10 U,MCM M,l P''- Hl 3-42M
tion, obviously they could not Kin* c*o>r*e, Bay Harbor
and were not bound by amend- I$,e
ments to the bylaws accomplish- JilLMa 0I" BW-
^^x^b &&&&.
Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday
------------- *
^^^=:z:ZZ......"MSB
* W MIAMI BEACH IT'S ................ YS
RESTAURANTS
195 Lincoln Road 2038 Collins Avenue
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances .
Best Wishes for A Happy Chanuka
Complete Marine Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
MIAMI FLORIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE 5-6531
OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES J

SPECTOR and SONS
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
r
!
575 S.W. 22nd Avenue
Phone FR 9-1365
-.-j
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
RICHARD BEZDEK f
BUILDING ALTERATIONS REPAIRS
2953 N.W. 54th St. NE 4.9616
x I
A
HOLIDAY '
|1m Shuoy
AND
JUS HOTEL
' Heart of MiamJ
[N- FJrsI Strort
W H M71
LGreetings to All Our
fc nd Patrons
LES
Wash it
I Gobi*.
JOJ-I217
[-GREETINGS TO AU
* Miami
rff. Co.
' Cops for
rrUCfLERST.
^ l 1-4852
Happy Chanuka to All Our Parents and Friends
"We Educate for Successful
Gracious living"
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS .
ATLAS SCREW & SPECIALTY
COMPANY. INC.
Bolts Nuts Screws Washers Expansion Bolts
Steel Brass Stainless Aluminum
IRVING M. STERN
3661 N.W. 48th St. Miami
NE 5-2597
SCHOOL
Nursery Through High School
75-Foot Poet on Spacious, BoautiM Campus
1010 West Avenue Miami Beach JE 1-0606
*
BEST WISHES FROM ALL OF US
TO ALL OF YOU
RAY-MAR ELECTRIC CO.
3043 8.W. 38th COURT PHONE HI 6-6416
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON
WITHERS VAN LINES
MIAMI CORAL GABLES
FORT LAUDERDALE
Local and Long Distance Movers
i
GREETINGS...
Pyramid Tile Company
Wf DO QUALITY WOK AND USt OUALITY MATtKIAlS
IJ31 S.W. iU* AVIMUI MOMI HI I-3541
GREETINGS .
NURSERY and SPRAY SERVICE
UWH SMI AY IMG M SnAime Cfcara* far fsfim or 4Mriii
CtUtLES f. JOHNSON
4*53 N.W. Mth *.. MIAMI, FU.
TO ALL GREETINGS
ROME MATTRESS CO., INC.
Monufotlvrtrs-Wholttoi* Ketall "Jova mi Deal Direct1'
Max Spall Mac leider
2127 N. MIAMI AVI.
FR 3-2023
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO AXL Ol'R FRIENDS AND PATRONS
LESSER & SONS
Alfred Leser. David Lesser, Melvm Lesser
laiwwK* Adjuiitrt ft fft* Public 0lY
420 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
t
1
I
K ALL JEWISH CITIZENS ...
GREETINGS...
WALKER CASKET COMPANY
286 N.E. 67th Strest
Phone PL 8-8715


Page 14-C
+JewMFk>rknain
:.Sg^sg.:,gg,:.sg.:.g;.>^->S'>g'>S'>g
&/1\srlost DOROTHY GILLESPIE
and
BERNARD ISRAEL
of
THE
: CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL
Surfside Gulf Service Station
9401 HARDING AVENUE
Phone UN 8-2324
FRANK AYLOR
GREETINGS
Mrs,. Eleanor Rooeevelt (center) lay* the cor- Center, which will connect the
nerstone of Hadassah's "Wall of Healing" at pital to the Mother and Child ?af^T
the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical
Hadassah-Hebrew Univ. Bridge of
599 N.W. 11th STMET, MUM, rtOtfOA
AS MAM AS THE ULIMMMU: Fff 44TM
To All Greetings
JULIAN LANGNER RESEARCH, INC.
ECONOMIC CONSULTANT
1105 Congress Building, Miami, Florida
BEST WISHES FOR THE
HOLIDAY SEASON
JO TILE
RALPH TORRES
1
241 Pan American Bank Blag. Phone FR 9-1663
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
FURNITURE CO.
We Rent BoOawvy Beds
and Baby Furniture
If You Have Good
Furniture to Sell. Call
PHONE WI 7-3169
15320 W. Dixie Hwy.
No. Miami Beach
Continued frees Pesje 2C
stop holders who bet not brought
back to Jerusalem some new ad-
vance in medteal science: a deli-
cate operation for deafness learn-
ed in Chicago: techniques gather-
ed in Pittsburgh for using radio-
active isotopes; progress in plas-
tic surgery from St Louis; new
developments in endocrinology
studied in New York, to mention
but a few random examples.
In seme coses tho teachers
HNPiiBtJrVv* vejcejoTvv very rnven
To Our Many frhnds one* Acffuemfonces ..
Season's Best Wishes
Daisy's Originals, Inc.
LADIES' SPORTSWIAI ead 1UCM COATS
"CMATMS Of MMOtfS KlVUSMtl SPOtTSWIAsr
1001 S.E.I 5th Street
Phone TU 8-4528
To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances. It Is My Pleasure
To Extend Sincere Holiday Greetings .
JOHN P. CONNELLY
2955 N.W. 17th Ave.
Miami
Phone NE 4-8992
Air Conditioning. R.fngaratlon A tu>m PsstSS* u.A. Local Union
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
BEATRICE LA VERNE DANCE STUDIO
BALLET TAP MODERN JAZZ
CLASSES STILL FORMING ENROLL NOW
1017 96th Street Phone UN 6-5675
Boy Harbor Island
3 LOCATIONS
THE MAYFLOWER RESTAURANTS
FULL COURSE HOLIDAY DINNERS
SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU
% ALL BAKING DON! ON PREMISES
Good Food for All Hw Family"
C Biscayne Blvd. at S.E. 1st Street Right on U.S. 1
1400 N.W. 27th Avenue
7th Ave. 3601 N
LiNTV OP FREE PARKIN
f 1400 N.W. 27th Ave. -
PLINTY
.ww. t.i in hvenue
(. 3601 N. Miami Ave. }
OF FREE PARKING \
* ** ^-i-*>r.-,\.i-l..-*l rfl ./I m -
FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE HI 8-2080
Allied Concrete Products, Inc.
3087 S.W. 28th Lane. MkanL Florida
(One Blotk North PRANK S. WUELER. President
HARRY C. SCHWEBKE & ASSOCIATES
SURVEYORS & LAND PLANNERS
"wi covn mi at in mum-
ff sols fatai Press* I
4141 N.W. 1U AVENUE
PHONE PL 1-6577
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
Manufacturer oi
Cerrugated Cartons and Cartons kr Fruit Candiee
23 NIL 74th Sa^et """ "* To^Ll!o853
TO ALL OUR AAANY FRIENDS A~ND PATRONS
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Al PViVKUOBE
15809 NX 8th Aroma, North Miami Ph. WI 7-8881
imbuad withthtipirwaM
dents and rfwt tnty at
to achiava in Jtrvukati
wwrt, for aximplt, ||T
famoui cardiac EntK |
who flaw to Itratl l c
ma first hairt apanhsal
daisah, ana ft* Ann
naar of rha artificial tie:
not only oonatad this *)
imtrvmant, but cam a \
damonatrata its ipptkins
ara just -two of the maw I
in madicina who sued
vacation tima to Mctvn,i
seminars and
techniques in this yousjl
This planned prorrss]
lowships and risiU,
tematually blends fine I
man material from Inl
the best that is gois|i
ictne in the world toiq
ulated a steady flow i
research and new mi
opments from HMO
world's pool of mei
edge, out of all propel
size and importance
State of Israel. Amosfl
orally hundreds of *J
inns of Israelis which I
published in leadisi
(Ml
BEST WISHES F0R1
HOLIDAY SEASOkf
KAH Sf
Chiaese-American
Phono HI W"
2317 Ponos ds U
GREETING^
C4es.tCshsJ
Coleman
Solar
Service
TANKS
BOOSTS*
enii>T
(Member Ch**** rf
1007S.W.'*,
(251 N.W. *
Nhjht.-
rw*
s >


. December 25, 1959
ft.
journals in the past few years
been exciting discoveries
erning:
*Je*istFk>rldtk3ir!
[ The early diagnosis of lep-
-an original test evolved by
^gll dPrmafologTsts which
["determine whether persons
have been in contact with
Uy have actually contracted
Bisease lorig before any symp-
appear. This early diag-
gives a greatly increased
pee of a complete cure.
[The effect of color on equi-
jm. It has been found that
ertain nervous diseases the
loms are markedly aggra-
by red glasses, and phys-
[signs of stress may be ob-
while blue glasses tend to
ei them. This opens up an
My new field for research in
ology, physiology and psy-
luy-
[The suggested diagnosis of
disease using radioactive
toes. It has been discovered
; a damaged heart muscle ab-
bs greater quantities of radio-
ye material than undamaged
e. opening up a possible new
bod of diagnosis.
\lb prtral determination
E It hat been discovered
I the cells of me fluid in which
funbom baby Is cradled leek
lirent if the baby is bey or
making possible. In certain
hi, the prenatal determination
Battle for Religious Freedom
Page 15-C
The comparative incidence
L^rious diseases in the many
|le groups, which are living
| by side in the unique labora-
f of Israel, shedding thus new
on the ethnic and environ-
ktal factors in such important
blcms as heart disease and
I cancer.
tese few examples give do-
st testimony to the research
fntial to be found in Jerusa-
| today. But, as every scien-
m, it is not always
i to have the ideas and the
i carry through a research
Extra funds are usually
ted for special equipment,
lical assistance, experimental
While the regular HMO
jet includes provision for no
than 23 specialized clinical
irch laboratories, Hadassah
; always able to find suffi-
extra budgetary funds to
the big research projects
have grown beyond the
; of the departmental lab-
lories.
Continued from Pag, ic
js by ignoring"" hinT^nr^l,.,.,,,,,,
him, forgetting him. By the same
?ken. in ignoring the right of 5?.
JSious Freedom, there is a great
"ThpV' ^ ,his frec5om
The dice of God." says Emer
s0aUon"h,f.8rCal,eSSay *"5
sat ion. are always loaded
Every secret is told, every crime
is punished, every virtue reward-
ed, every wrong redressed, in si-
lence and certainty."
Whatever we cherish we must
guard, protect, and fight for if
rf0CMS^o }f we cherish the
right of Religious Freedom we
must protect it. The only way it
can be protected and preserved,
is by taking advantage of the
right, using it, enjoying it. Only
then shall we be inspired to value
it. cherish it. guard it, and make
sacrifices for it.
We Jews ought to be concerned
with this freedom, more than
any other religious denomination.
After all, haven't we suffered
more than any other nation be-
cause of our religion? Should we
not then more than any other
group in America, take advantage
of this great privilege? By prac-
ticing goodness and morality, one
learns to be good and moral. By
practicing democracy, one learns
to enjoy and appreciate democ-
racy.
Like cur ancestors under the
impact of Hellenism, Jews today-
find themselves living in two
cultures, their own and that of
their environment. They have a
choice to make. They can either
turn to the mapority culture for
their pattern of behavior and
thereby completely lose their
identity, individuality and self
respect, or, they can absorb the
finest elements of the majority
culture for the enhancement of
their own spiritual treasures, and
thus remain true to themselves
rrre Ornnm lights speak soft-
ly and confidently the promise
dLVlctory ,0 ,he brave- free in-
dependent souls who under'test
and trial, choose to remain true
to hcmselves, and thereby prove
to the world that life can be rich
and meaningful only when it
stands for something that is even
more precious than life itself
\PPY CHANUKA TO ALL
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Essex Village
Pharmacy
(441 HIALEAH DRIVE
]*t the Esrex Theatre
HIALEAH
rk. TU 84660
Murray Steir, Prop.
Ifrrt Withes
for the
Uolldays
WEBB
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thing that tasted better," Carol
told me.
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Judaism as Expressed in the Great Arts
Continued from Pag* 7C
built in this country a generation
and more ago are in the main
copies of older styles and are
therefore not significant archi-
tecturally, we are now in the
midst of creating an original,
modern synagogue architecture
in the United States.
Perhaps the greatest example
to date of contemporary artistic
creativity in tbe erection of
American synagogues is the new
Temple Beth Sholom building in
Elkins Park, Pa., designed by
Prank Lloyd Wright, founder of
modern architecture and the
twentieth century's most cele-
brated architect. I have already
written about it and will not at-
tempt again to describe it here.
It is an inspiring structure, and
it wouldn't be a bad idea for
Jewish groups who do not live too
far away from the Philadelphia
area, where the Wright syna-
gogue is located, to arrange pil-
grimages to it. There are other
outstanding synagogue struc-
tures which have been erected in
this country in recent years, syn
agogues which I haven't visited
;i- 1 did \i-'t the Wright temple,
but which. I am'told, are very im-
pressivesuch as the temple
erected by Eric Mendelssohn in
Cleveland and several of the
synagogues designed by Percival
Goodman in various parts of the
country. These too might be vis-
ited by groups who do not live
too far away.
Very much has been written,
many opinions have been ex-
pressed on the subject of the re-
lationship of art to religion. But
I think we can all agree that the
relationship is an intimate one.
One miy adopt the quite modern
view of "art for art's sake" and
at the same time acknowledge
that art can be- has in fact for
many ceotnries boon, a devoted
servant of religion, of groat hole
in enhancing the emotional sig-
nificance of religious faith. Chris-
tianity, even Protestant Chris-
tianityto say nothing of the
Catholics has recognized this
and made use of art for its pur-
poses, to its own great advan-
tage. Judaism in America today
is not so strong that it can afford
to disdain the great services
which great art on the Jewish
theme (not exactly, to be sure,
Jewish art) could bring to it.
Chanuka and Victory Over Odds
Continued from Pago 11C
of gifts, and lasts a long time
these are elements which every-
one accepts with pleasure.
During the past decade I have
found, like Herman Wouk, that
many friends, previously unac-
quainted with and indifferent to,
Jewish history, have come to me
using Chanuka as the starting
point for their queries. Perhaps
this is indicative of a powerful
story's tug. It may have more
meaning than the communal, or
family Seder, and the thoughtful
and cleansing Rosh II a s h o n a
and Yom K.ppur. It is a human
tale- and the legends are peopled
by heroes, and battles and wars
and feats ot daring and tri-
umph.
Chanuka, then, has emerged as
one of American Jewry's most
significant and joyou holidays.
And it probably will remain that
way for generations to come.
Judah Maccabeus: Guerilla
Continued from Pag* IOC
stood up to such powerful forces
as the Egyptians. Hittites. Baby-
lonians, Assyrians, Greeks and
Romans. Jewish tactical forma-
tions were copied by the Romans.
The Hebrew King, Uzziah. be-
lieved in research and develop-
ment. His laboratories invented
the first engines of war. This took
place 500 years before Philip of
Macedon. King Uzziah instituted
the general staff concept, inte
grated campaign strategy, and
the use of uniform military
equipment.
Joab's method of attacking
fixed fortifications was imitated
much later when Titus besieged
Jerusalem. The Jewish concept
was that a good offense makes
the best defense. Recent victor
ies of the Israeli Army have
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1000-Year-Old Jewish Community
is Brought to Light in Exotic India
By BEN HAN AN
A Jewish community in India,
ossibly 2,000 years old, shunned
ind discriminated against by oth-
segments of Indian Jewry and
nknown by world Jewry until
the beginning of the 19th century,
|s about to end its long isolation
om the mainstream of Jewish
ie:
Bem< Israel has joined the
forld Council of Synagogues.
Preliminary steps toward this
storic event were taken early
imong the 21,000 members of
his ancient community, and
nembcrship hv the global syna-
ogue body was scheduled to be
estowi'd unon the Bene Israel at
constitutional convention of
oe World Council of Synagogues
lit Kiamesha Lake, N. Y., which
ras held in November simul-
neously with the biennial con-
tention of the United Synagogue
America.
Representing Bene Israel was
Honorable B. B. Benja-
un, Under Secretary, Ministry
pf Commerce and Industry in the
dian Government, president of
: Jewish Welfare Federation of
elhi and Northern India, and
outstanding leader of the
ene Israel community. Mr. Baa-
after following closely the
organizing convention of the
Jorld Council of Synagogues and
year's Latin American con-
ence. suggested possible affil-
ition.
In correspondence with the
United Synagogue, Mr. Benjamin
as related an ancient tradition
! bis community's origin:
"Indian Jewry consists mostlv
Bene Israels, whose ancestors,
^cording to an oral tradition
nded down from generation to
generation, migrated to India
om Palestine after the destruc-
|ion of the First Temple, about
1 years ago.
[/'Divergent views are held about
! exact date of their arrival in
dia. However, an ancient cem-
ery at Nowgow, a village near
^Jibjg (a town on the west coast
"Bombay), is still being shown
the plate in which the bodies
If those shipwrecked near the
oast were buried by the surviv-
es. The present Bene Israels arc
descendants of these surviv-
". who numbered seven cou-
Hes.
"For several centuries, the
"immunity managed to observe
religious laws and practices,
time came when, for want of
s and spiritual guidance
It
this
is
interesting to note that
community has been men-
Uoned in the accounts of many
S rJ.raVe,r,S' induding the
II entury BenJam'i of Tudela
and Marco Polo of the 13th cen-
tury.
History and legend contain sev-
eral accounts of the Bene Israel
community. Whatever is finally
set down as historical about their
Past, the fact remains that the
Bene Israel have kept their faith
amidst both persecution and tol-
erance, each of which has its own
particular temptations.
Through the years, the Bene
Israel have contributed to the
general welfare of India, produc-
ing scholars, authors, journalists
and newspaper publishers. Bene
Israel soldiers serving in the
army rose to positions of emi-
nence. The present Judge Advo-
cate of India's Fleet, E. E. Jhi-
rad, is among the prominent
members of the Bene Israel
community.
The prayer book was translated
into the vernacular Marathi lan-
guage (a language spoken on the
Bene Israel wedding ceremony commences with the chanting
of prayers for the bridegroom (second from right).
Esther Gershone of Karachi
was the first Indian girl to
enroll at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary oi Amer-
ica, where she studied from
1948 to 1953. -Founder and
principal of the Hebrew
School in Karachi and grad-
uate of the University of Bom-
bay, Miss Gershone is a
member of one of the lead-
ing families of Bene Israel.
and literature, almost everything
was forgotten. Nevertheless, cer-
tain fundamentals remained: rig-
id abstention from work on Sab-
bath, circumcision on the eighth
day, remaining indoors on Yom
Kippur, scrupulous observance of
fasts, and keeping a distinction
between clean and unclean birds,
fish, and animals. It was the ob-
servance of these fundamentals
that convinced one David Rahabi
of Egypt (who, according to tra-
dition, visited India some time in
the 12th century) that the Bene
Israel were of Jew ish origin.
"He discovered that we were
Israelites, and he thereafter ef-
fected a religious revival among
the people, teaching them syste-
matically the tenets of the He-
brew religion. Ever since, the
community has observed Sephar-
dic rites, and has read prayers
from the Livorno prayer books."
west coast of India). Synagogues
and schools were built and for
many decades the affairs of the
community were consistently
looked after by its leaders.
"However," Mr. Benjamin
writes, "there was no rabbi who
could maintain and continue the
spiritual ideals and inspire the
community to adhere to them.
For want of this spiritual guid-
ance, whatever progress the
community has made in the past
is now gradually waning. There
are a number of synagogues and
WOHCMff M COMB/IT jUW OWgHB
Chanuka Shows Dimensions
Of the Jew Long Forgotten
In the Shadows of History
By SAMUEL M. SILVER
Chanuka will be celebrated
throughout the world this year,
and its celebrants may include
non-Jews as well as Jews.
This would be what show busi-
ness people call a "twist" be-
cause usually it's the Jews who
trespass on the Christian festival
in December.
There is one major reason for
the possibility of extensive Chris-
tian attentiveness to Chanuka
this year. That reason is a book.
You guessed it. We refer to
"Exodus."
In that amazing book, Leon
I'ns (whose family name, fitting-
ly enough was once Yerushalmi,
the Jerusalemite) has lifted for
all to sec the image of the "fight-
ing Jew."
The Jews have been proficient
in combat for many centuries, but
hardlv anyone noticed. The story
of the first freedom-fighters in
history, the Maccabeans, never
quite 'made the grade and
therefore was not as well known
a- II might have been. By hat we
mean that the saga of Judah and
his doughty brethren didn t get
into the Bible: instead it was in-
(,llul(,(1 in ,hat post-Biblical col-
lation of documents knwn as the
Apocrypha.
Apocrypha has two meanings:
-hidden" and "mythical. And
s0\t ...truly that the epoeha
self-defense and combat, never
willingly, always aware that the
resort to force was contrary to
their own inclinations. But again
and again they decide that they
would rather die on their feet
than live on their knees.
Here in the United States every
military episode in our history
has featured Jewish men of val-
or. But still the story didn't pen-
etrate. Jewish officers and bat-
Continued on Page 9-D
prayer halls, each functioning in
its own way, many in bad finan-
cial curcumstances. There is no
federation, there is no proper co-
ordination of action in the matter
of the solemnization of marriages
and other rituals. Consequently,
for want of strong leadership and
proper guidance, strife is not un-
common Due to lack of co-
ordinated action a nd proper
training of the children, the social
and religious tendencies of the
community are gradually moving
towards heterodoxy and indiffer-
ence.
"Taking into consideration this
sad position of the community
which is trying its best to main-
tain the ancient heritage, tradi-
. turn, culture and rites, in spite
of heavy odds, one begins to fear
whether the heritage which these
people have so zealously pre-
served for so many centuries is
on the verge of extinction.
"Who then can come to the
spiritual rescue of these unfortu-
nate remnants in Israel in a
country of 370 million people? ...
Only a rabbi with sufficient
knowledge of the background of
the local conditions and sympa-
thy with local traditions, culture,
customs and usages can save
them. Such a rabbi, by his per-
sonality, learning and character
will be able to impress upon our
people the desirability of uniting
and ensuring religious revival.
"The rabbi will not find his task
difficult. He will be surprised to
note (as I was surprised when I
read the literature of the United
Continued on Page 8-D
Three Bene Israel children.
struggle of the Maccabeans,
jews did not make much of a
fuss over the Apocrypha and the
Christian, also gave it second
place to their testament.
In other ages and places the
jews distinguished themselves in
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By MARTIN SDSLMAN
To most people Chanuka is a
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csl. then' is something in it fr
iv Than are the excite-
ment of the heroic deeds of the
Maccabees, the miracle of the
oil. the salvation of the Jewish
people. But the great majority
of people celebrate Chanuka only
once per year.
Call it personal identification, or
what you will, but to Mattathias
Levy, Chanuka seemed like a
way of life. Lefs go back to 1934.
That was when Mattathias Levy
came to Jerusalem, bringing his
wife and two young sons, aged
three years and one year. When
his wife gave birth to a third
son, they named him Judah. In
the next four years, they had two
more sons.
In Europe. Mattathias Levy had
been trained as a machinist, and,
in time, he opened his own small
shop In Jerusalem. He worked
hard and gained a reputation for
the quality of his work. As the
boys grew, he was happy to see
that they showed an interest in
the machines and tools in tht
shop. He hoped that he and his
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Then came 1948 and the War
of Independence. Judah was only
13, yet be made such a pest of
himself at the military division
headquarters that someone final-
ly asked him his name. "Judah,
son of Mattathias Levy, sir," the
boy replied. The man regarded
the boy silently for a moment.
"How out are you, juaah?" "Al-
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With the end of the
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Mattathias. aided by his i
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been piling up during tati
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symphony of a people
nationin independence i
nlty. Everywhere new i
being opened up with :
and electric power
factories were nsiag ia I
and in the hinterlands tl
sands of homes were'
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Mattathias, marveling
upsurge of activity,
friend of his in one i i
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money was coming froallt|
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was "We're getting tan
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Bonds." Mattathias sensed a deep
pride in his friend's tone.
Judab and his brothers contin-
ued to learn more of their fath-
er's trade and were at home
among the lathes and drills in
the machine shop. Mattathias'
fondest hopes, were coming true
__he and his sons were becoming
more and more a part of the
wtro rael. The products of their toil
the valves and precision parts
from their workshop were in
\ peat demand in many phases of
"he country's construction pro-
gram.
: one day, in October of 1956, the
i five sons of Mattathias Levy
[were called up for a "practice"
; mobilization. Before they fully
realized what was going on, Ju-
rist) and his brothers, all of whom
bad been trained in the tank
[corps during their army service,
| were in a tank rolling toward Si-
nai And they kept right on roll-
ing. Outside of a few brief en-
counters with some startled
Egyptian forces on the way, it
aeemed that nothing could halt
[their progress.
It was one of the swiftest and
[most successful campa. in
military history. It was so ort
that Jmlah and his brothers could
not immediately realize the full
impact of their victory. Neither
could they possibly guess the
challenge that lay ahead for them
and their father.
There was joy in the house of
Mattathias Levy When Judah and
[his brothers came home from Si-
nai. To Mattathias, this was the
[Chanuka story in real life. His
sons, Judah and the others, fight-
ing for the survival of Israel.
And so near to Chanuka, less
than two weeks ahead.
I Then came the visit of the two
government officials. At first,
[ Mattathias thought it was some
I kind of courtesy call, because
[they started out by congratulat-
ling him on the fiae showing of
I his sons in the campaign. Then
| they turned to the real business
I of their visit. From their serions
Itooe, Mattathias gathered that
[they were about to impart some
[ray important information. But
[why had they selected him to tell
(all this? Why him, a simple ma-
| chin ist?
The Sinai campaign was tin-
Idoubtedly a great victory and a
Jaew page of glory in Jewish his-
Itory, they explained. It had
[achieved real freedom for Israel
| by ending the blockade of the
Gulf of Akaba. Mattathias nod-
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Then they pointed out that the
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I19825 N.W. 2nd Av-j.
9,Je*istincrkliag1
Page 3-D
Z S^Z Z^ Prmucipally ,OT larae-scale Ration in
he Negev, are being met through the addition of some 300 mil-
lion cubic meters of water annually by 1962. when the Jordan-
Negev water pipelme is expected to be completed with the
aid of Israel Bonds.
opening of the Gulf of Akaba had
opened new opportunities for Is-
rael opportunities which re-
quired the utmost concentration
of effort and speed. Israel de-
pended on the import of fuel oil
for its industries. Now it would
be possible to bring the oil in
tankers to Elath, whence a pipe-
line would be built to carry the
oil to the refineries at Haifa.
"A pipeline-" Mattathias echo-
Continuid on Pooo 12-D
GREETINGS
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& Key Service
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HIALEAH. FLORIDA
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DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE
Phone MO 1-5831
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5850 S. DIXIE HWY.
SOUTH MIAMI
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SALES AND SERVICE
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One of the Largest in the South
We Specialize in Plant Picnics, Parties and
Industrial Caterering, Featuring Throw-Away Service
3727 N.W. 46th STREET i
PHONE: NE 5-8931
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Miami, Florida
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CHANUKA GREETINGS .
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Season's Greetings ..
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1201 20th Street, M. B.
CLEANING
LAUNDRY
STORAGE :
Phone JE 8-6104
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Neurology Institute
f 540 NX 2nd Avt.
Ph. PL M585
For Diognosis and Treatment tf
Neurological Psychiatric HlnessM,
Alcohol and Drag Habihiirti.il.
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i
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"WE PAVE THE WAY"
Builders of Streets, Driveways, Roods, Forking Areas
Engineering Construction
Phone OX 1-5400 Miami 2581 N.W. 72nd St.
Commissioner Charles "Chuck" Hall
REAL ESTATE v *
Cxtends Best Wishes For Ike Holidays *""**
To Aif His friends
GREETINGS .
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ENGINEERS & ARCHITECTS
100 Biscayne Blvd., Sooth, First National Bank Building
Phone FR 1-3551
Miami, Florida
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Happy Inbal dancers gather baclartage after cere are hailed everywhere as being endooJ
winning critical acclaim during their current can be ... a devoted servant of religion
tour throughout the United States. Presented and at the same time acknowledge that ad
by S. Hurok. under the auspices of the Amer- with a deep spiritual gaiety.
ica-Israel Cultural Foundation, the Inbal dan-
The Passage of Time and Tale of a Clod
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Phone JE 1-6S21 We Deliver
WASHINGTON AVL
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Floor Oeefffr BrtHr Service
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Grocerlts Dairy DeTKOtcssoa
Apottiltrs Koskor Meats Bokorv
Fr.its mi Vegetables
MIAMI REACH, HA.
By RAY S. OIMOIR
Jewish Floridien Correspondent
In Israel
Visiting places and people in Is-
rael is commonplace, yet person-
ally to experience an unusual
sight and meet an unusual person
is still a thrill. I recently had the
pleasure of visiting and talking
with the residents at one of the
Malbeo old aged homes in Israel,
Kfar Menashe. These homes are a
tremendous accomplishment here
in Israel, and Malben can well be
proud of their work, especially that
they instill the desire to live in
these old people.
To All Holiday Greetings
1
J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE
North Miami Tax Assessor
I
This is a very Urge bone,
ed up into sub-cofnsMBMttti!
ropeans pursuing their wrj
in one section, the North
with their way of life, in
The unusual feature of the
my introduction to Mosbe
a 70-year-old resident of the
who had just returned to
Menasche after a series
tion. He was born in Pole
settled in Pans in IMS,
waa a prosperous watches
This afforded him the
ability to indulge in bis t
hobby, the creation of "
clocks."
Conveying ideas by ronej
clocks is Mr. Mciman's ivo
as he says, "You read a
forget its message, but yon I
escape an idea which loota]
the face each time you wasfi
know the hour of the day" (ttj
his message clocks wi
when Biahk. the famous M
poet, visited Paris In URV
Meiman offered to make ssj
present of a clock which
play the Hebrew national "
Bialik died two years lal
the clock finished shortly
wards is still a showpiece
Continued on >to *
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WATER HEATERS SOLD INSTALLED
REPAIRS SERVICE NEW INSTALLATIONS
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X
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Phone NE 5*715
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t December 25. 1959
*J^lsiincri(/iaun
uestion Box: The Meaning of Chanuk
Page 5-r
By
RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
It there ry ilflnHieine* 9 the
Li that altogether (not counting
.'Shamash-^erWlO) thOrT an
jandles which ara lit on Cha-
iifcah?
wihe Mvstics (e.g. Rokeach) con-
|nd that the 38 candles represent
\e 36 hours in which "the hidden
Jjhf ;hone for Adam before it
Es hi.lden because of his sin.
Te tiny flames are thus remind-
h that the great light of eternity
I yet to shine on humanity and
L't each time man fights for
Cth and justice he comes that
fcch closer to seeing the great
fcht Others contend that the 36
indies represent the 36 tract-
|es of the Talmud. The lights
\e therefore, symbolic of the
ality of Jewish learning. This
nehov indicates that the strug-
for independence was more
_ a struggle to preserve life.
a- a struggle to perpetuate
treasure of Jewish tearing.

jfliy i* 't customary for tha
[tnwn of tha household to re-
(in from doing any housework
lilt the Chanwka candles ara
ling?
According to tradition no use
[to be made of the light that
Lies from the Chanuka can-
ts. Their purpose is restricted
the performance of a holy
mmandment. Some symbol was
eded to indicate that no one
derive any mundane benefit
_A the candle light. The fact
t the women of the household
tain from doing any house-
irk as used as an indication
it something in the house was
[i nature, holy enough to ex-
de human use of it.
he reason for which the worn-
[were chosen as the ones who
refrain from work during
_j period is twofold. According
Home, it was because the wom-
i of the house would be more
, to make use of the candle
lit since they are the ones who
[the housework. The other rea-
j is that it was given as a sign
[commendation to the Jewish
jan in general because it was
[Jewish heroine (Judith) who
lomplishcd a great feat in per-
iling a heroic deed to save
people.
his valour of Jewish woman-
_ was associated with the
nuka festival in which the
Happy Chanuka to All
lOur Friends and Patrons
pf ad cm olsel I e
\UvniiiFj Salon
pl8 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI
rfceaa MOW
ANNA BLITCH
*IDAY GREETINGS .
SCIHLER'S
pholstererm
furniture Slip Cover*
ties Bed Spreads
1*377 N.W. 24th Street
Miami. Fla.
Frank Schuler, Prop,
^one NE 4-6713
BgESSSSgaaaa
heroism of the Jewish woman is
recalled in a number of instances.

Why do some authorities insist
upon placing the candles in some
kind of holders instead of placing
them directly on the window si:i?
The reason given for this re-
quirement is that the miracle
wherein the oil that was to have
lasted only one day, and yet last-
ed eight days, took place in a ves-
sel which held the oil. Therefore,
it was felt that whatever material
was used for the light of Chanuka
should be contained in a vessal
symbolic of the original vessel
which held the oil.

Is It proper to light the Chanuka
candles outside the house instead
of in tha house?
Actually, originally, the Cha-
nuka candles were lit at the
threshhold so that all the passers-
by could see them and be re-
Continued on Page 12-D
To All Our Friends,
Patron's and Acquaintances
SEASON'S GREETINGS
O'DARE'S
Van Lines, Inc.
HORSE SALES
& TRANSPORTATION
100 West 25th Street
Hialeah, Florida

i!
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
DADE BOOKKEEPING &
TAX SERVICE, INC.
BOOKKEEPING and
TAX SERVICE
For All Type Businesses
"A Complete Service"
5135 S.W. 8th Street
Phone HI 6-2800
TO ALL GREETINGS
CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY
COMMERCIAL* INDUSTRIAL
Air Conditioning Wiring Alterations & Repairs
PERRINE
12753 S. Dixie Hwy. Perrine CE 5-3616
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and Family
Thomas Robert Jerry
Wish Their Friends and Relatives a Happy Chanuka
TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES .
RED ROAD GARAGE
FRANK JACKSON
BODY and FENDER WORK OUR SPECIALTY
COLLISION REPAIRS
700 S.W. 57th Avenue Phone MO 1-724'
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS .
SEASON'S GREETINGS
J. L BARNES
DIESEL INJECTION & ELECTRIC CO.
GREETINGS
** TACKLE,
Inc.
ntablished 1920
124 ** 13* STtEIT
L^OLESALE retail
""""* Equipment
3770 N.W. 38th Street
DIESEL ENGINES OVERHAULED
REBUILD POWER PLANTS
Phone NE 4-5669
SEASON'S GREETINGS .

T. V. SCOTT
LAND CLEARING COMPANY
BULLDOZING EXCAVATING
WRECKING CRANE SERVICE
Phone PL 4-8733
LILY AN C0RTEZ WALLPAPER DISTRIBUTORS
3800 N. Miami Avenue Phone PL 8-8791, PL 8-8766
WALL-TEX SCRUBBABLE WALL CANVASWall-Tex Is honestly tcru'
bable. Smudges, fingerprints, grease spots wash off with soap and watt
WALL-TEX is wonderful for steamy bathrooms. Perfect for kitchens, to
and for any room in a home where there are active youngsters.
"WALL-TEX Lasts for Years."
To All Greetings .
M. BROOKS
*!*

BUT MMU fOK THE HOIIDAV StASON
3IIIAMKMt NURSERY
15721 M.W. 7th AVENUE
Wl 7-6*7:
7143 N. Miami Are.
GREETINGS .. *.%
SUNILAND RADIO & T.V. SERVICE
(Formerly Latta)
To Hot. Your T.V. or Radio "Correctly Repaired.
Honeetly Priced" Coll Suniland
CK 5-1771
We SeD the Bee! and Service the Reit
11333 $o. M* Highway *"* F,fl'
Chanuka Greetings to All .
IIami:la LEVITOIV
PAN AM FOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY
4628 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Iff
NE 4-104
SETTLE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, INC.
mwntmma in comi samis since
2340 P.. D. l" IW. f Dtliver H' MW
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Page S-D
+Jeist>ncr*lk>n
FridaY. Decwnbej
25.
GREETINGS...
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PAINTING
&
DECORATING
GENERAL INTERIOR & EXTERIOR
PAINTING
COLOR EXPERT
NO MONEY DOWN
F.H.A. FINANCING
3440 S.W. 75th Court MO 1-7757
From Our Readers: The Poetry Corner
EDITOR'S NOTE: From time
to time in its special editions.
The Jewish Floridian will publish
poem submitted by readers that
are considered of literary merit.
Below are two recent offerings.
"Seville," by Samuel
Miami, and "Tree a
David Freed, M.ami BeieT
ROC*.
SEVILLE
By Samuel Simonhopf
The blossoms of the orange Viet.
That shed ihfir fragrance on the breeze
Recall the perfumed splendor of the past:
The flowered u>al*.s that interlined
The uondrous palaces, and tunned
Among the mosques, to exquisite and vast.
Kot many building 'till remain
That ttrrred the pride of Moorish Spain.
Betide Giralda's graceful campanile:
Which li.e a giant sentinel
Before a mighty citadel
Loo\s down upon the city of Seville.
Oh stately tower' what tcenet of hate
Of pride and woe and tragic fate
Have pasted beneath thy shadow through the year!
Here Mooruh king and Christian prince
Fought bitterly, long ages tince
Until the earth wot drenched unth Wood and teart.
But finally the Moor was crushed
And all his glory turned to duit
As Moslem hordes were driven front the land.
The milder Moorish rule gave way
To autocratic Spanish tway
That governed ivith a harsh and cruel hand.
And now commenced an age of feart
That lasted near four hundred years
And brought disgrace upon Set ilia'j fame.
For Prelates, cruel and fanatic
LANG ROOFING &
TILE CO., INC.
ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK
PL 8-1009 PL 12878
Established 1939
430 N.W. 79th Street
GREETINGS .
A. J. WALLACE
FURNITURE STORE
REPAIRING REFINISHING
SPECIALIZING
In Antiques, Piano, Furniture
and Office Equipment
7622 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
PL 8-7824
Organized the systematic
Blotting out of every heretics name.
Secret, u'hispered accusation
Brought arrest and confiscation
Of the victim's property and cash.
Chained in dungeons, rat-infested
He was questioned, threatened. itf With the rac^ '< rappado and lash.
"Confess. Confess." the prisoner (,,
Through his bewilderment and fears.
The torture u-heel is turned another ,nch.
"Confe." the Holy Father pleads
"And save your soul from sinful dteat"
The fettered it-retch begins to groan and ;
Some doughty spirits, free of crime
Denied their guilt time after time
But it availed them not. nor rosed :heir edke
For they were sentenced and remanded
To the brutal, heavy handed
Secular arm for burning at the stas;e.
Thousands perished in the fires
Of the Inquisition's pyres
In Autos Da Fe un messed by larrc hosts
Until Wapoleon't troops descended
Upon Spanish soil and ended
The monstrous and disgraceful holocausts.
And o for me the perfumed air
Echoes the terror and despair
Of victims murdered in religion's name.
And the clear sl;iei of Senile
To my mind are clouded still
With a pall of everlasting shame.
TREE AND ROCK
By David Fareo
A tree fought for its life
On rocs(y terrain.
Here and therethere u>ere
Patches of fertile soil
Scattered among those rocl-s.
To those patches the
Roots found their way.
From those patches they
Brought nourishment to the tree.
And ijeft it alive.
Stubbornly the tree s-ept up its fight.
Stubbornly it anchored itself in the
sou
And finally it emerged the victor.
The treeour people.
The root*our faith.
Israel the land.
Our victorious state.
GREETINGS
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N.W. 78th Street at 7th Avenue
The Best-of Foods With Friendly Servk*
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BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPYCHANUKA
to our many
Friends and Customers
TO Ail CHANUKA GREETINGS
KING FINISH PLASTER CO.
LIAAE COLORED PLASTER
l
Phone Ft 3-2031
260 N.W. 27th Street
Miami, I
TO All GREETINGS .
m
THE AIRPORT BANK OF M
AH REGULAR SANK SERVES PLUS
COMPLETE FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTS
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December 25. 1959
Hf^Mricrldian
Page 7-D
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of the now 326-seat auditorium, connec- sessions ThB T"""*--------^*
to the Surgery Department by closed cir- lie meetina nLJf!" W^ aho 8erve as a pub-
ie 'Good Right Arm' of Sinai Pathology
tcupying an entire wing of
(new Ml. Sinai Hospital is the
lology Department distribu-
| in a series of 17 rooms and
es with a surface of 7,500
_re feet,
fchind the word "Pathology,"
ttions a enmplex organization
ph in 1958 performed over
J individual tests, according
pr. Jerome Benson, director
Jie department. In a bigger
| Sinai, and as a result of the
T-ending progress of medi-
|, this number will be vastly
ded in the years to come.
p-i'le- the L'roup of scientists
i perform their scientific in-
kationss in these' surround-
| is a man whose responsibil-
J include administrative direc-
lof the laboratory's School of
peal Technology, ordering of
Continutd on Page 11-D
equipment and supplies mainfo
nance and trouble shooting"on the "* f StUdy a"d examina-
vanous electronic and automatic in thc sPeeia'ty of medical
laboratory instruments, schedul-
ing of daily work hours, vaca-
tions, emergency situations, plan-
ning for expansion and develop-
ment of laboratory procedures,
the immediate handling of vari
ous personnel problems which
may arise, and the maintenance
of quality control of laboratory
procedures.
Joan T. Thomas, technical su-
pervisor of the Pathology Labo-
ratories of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
typifies the "good right arm." A
graduate of the Roosevelt Uni-
versity in Chicago (1949), Thom-
as then achieved certification or
official recognition of his train-
ing in medical technology after
successfully completing a rigor-
- Our Pleasure Is Serving You
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and Materials
Greetings...
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NED WALL
355 West 29th Street
Phone MU 1-6171
Hialeah, Florida
lr Conditioning Heating
SALES end SERVICE
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
SAM L HAMILTON, INC.
ENGINEERS CONTRACTORS '
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N.W. 17th AVENUE NE 5-4416
MEETINGS TO ALL .
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Funeral Home
SERVICE AND DIGNITY
1744 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
nr i-t343

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longest remembered

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Happy Holiday Greetings to All .
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House of Early American & French
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3540 CORAL WAY HI 8*3428
JUST MINUTES AWAY FROM THE
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MILK CREAM SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE
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l WtlCIMI %i 10 siin k 1:
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OPEN 7 A.M. TIL 10 P.M.
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ROAD SERVICE 7325 BIRD ROAD
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SERVICE and REPAIRS
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To All Season's Greetings .
LEWS m GREASING ALL AROUND SERVICE Ray Hoqacek
14360 N.W. 27th Avenue Opa-locka
Italian and American Dinners
COCKTAIIS ITALIAN SMCIAITIIS Sarvfaf Mm Fleast
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2,000-Year-Old Jewish Community of |,
Continued from Pap* ID
m
Synagogue nf America) that thr
Bcne Israel community. altbouKh
Orthodoxjo outlook, is essential
]\ ( nnservaTTve in character. The
rabbi will also note that this char-
acter has been developed not as
a result of any specific move-
ment of the type you have in your
country, but as the result of the
gradual development arising out
of the peculiar circumstances the
community has had to face in its
normal day to day life ."
Mr. Benjamin tells of reading
about the spiritual isolation of
other Jewish communities in the
world, and advocates united ac-
tion to save these scattered seg-
ments. In this way, "their an-
cient heritage would not only be
preserved but the communities
would be a great source of
strength to the House of Israel
and of support to the Land of
Israel." He goes on:
"While preserving the Jewish
mode of life, the Bene Israels
constitute a unique group of the
Jewish people with a character-
istic culture, including interest-
ing folklore and legends of mir-
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BAKER'S
MIAMI CARPET CLEANING CO.
120 N.W. 25th St.
Phone FR 4 2921
JOHN A. lAKIIt, Owner
OffAT MIAMI'S OLOfST emf LAMfST
Bene Israel farmer, Jacob
Suga-Uker, now residing in
Israel.
/
acles, hymnology and customs
which are well worth preserv-
ing ."
Mr. Benjatnin'g description of
Bene Israel has been supple-
mented by a letter received by
the World Council of Synagogues
from Yitzhak Shashar of Israel,
who visited India recently on an
educational mission for the Jew-
ish Agency's Department of Cul-
ture in the Diaspora.
"Until 250 years ago," Mr. Sha-
shar writes, "nothing was known
about the existence of this Jew-
ish tribe which calls itself Bene
Israel and is known to Its non-
Jewish neighbors by the same
name, to distinguish it from 'the
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strange prayer w '
Yisraeh, and that t
wore known to y^<
f^h that had boUisc.Ai
^ descendants 0,,he 5,'
According to Mr. S014.I
first synagogue of u*H.2
rael was constructed in j '
in 1796. '" the early m .
when the first irsqi j *
o India (chiefly from Bi*
they found a communitr?
already established, thounj
not mn.ntain the standVr*]
knowledge or piety tow3
had been accustomed Ereat
day the Baghdad Jews fi
erally more educated taajj
Bene Israels in terms of 1
knowledge and the Hrtij,
guage. Yet there is liitle 1
ence between them front 1
ligious viewpoint. It shot,,
noted that the Bene lsrsfj
produced a number of Bea,
scholars, and ever since tan
tablishmcnt of the Hebrew (
at the University of Bombi
,has been occupied only by]
Israels.
* Mr. Shashar writes Hut'
result of a decree of the t
Baghdad, the Baghdad
not officially reeogniie the \
ishness of the Bene IsraeL I
ever, the boundary lines ire4
ly being blurred, as is 1
the following example.
years ago. it was
a Bene Israel to enter 1 j
goguc of the Baghdad
Present conditions are betas]
a member of Bene Israel 1
now be called to the Toraij
Baghdad synagogue if he I
the a I iy ah (only the mafurj
shevi'i are sold). Recently I
have also been some instanenj
'intermarriage'."
The community of the
Israel has been strugguaf]
centuries to retain its
and its identity. Today, ml
ers are profoundly happy 1
their affiliation with the 1
Council of Synagogues If
which they hope to get,
guidance and brotherly l*J
.S
eason s
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^^Thridnar
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jgsters at the Jewish National Home for sensitive i '-------^"'^
nuka and the Long-Forgotten Jewish Hero
Continued from Pa#e 1-D
field heroes are greater than
population ratio, but were
Jews known as "fighting
n?" No, it was the Irish who
aired that soubriquet. Ironic-
, tbe Irish, hailed as fighters,
> neutral in both World Wars
as Jews, both in the ranks
Allies and on the soil of
Jestine (remember, there were
Irish legions in World War I
' World War II), gave their
' i bloody conflicts.
came the intrepid emer-
of the stalwart Israeli
.1 man. Oddly enough, the
watched this struggle and
'"n't comprehend it in its
lot until this scenario writer,
d Uns, in a work listed as
ionai but as true as this
Ting's sunset, limned the
age of the Israelis did the
realize how genuinely
, how sacrmcially daring,
1 tenaciously dedicated to de-
tracy and independence the
; truly are.
wonder someone said that
| Jewish reader of "Exodus"
foot to his dimension.
Strongly criticised as literature
severely castigated by prSS
A'7niZits who love the
Arab leaders and care little for
the Arab people, "Exodus" emer-
ges as one of the most telling
documents in literary history
Now being filmed in Israel by
Otto Preminger, the story will
add new admirers.
All of which means that Cha-
nuka will be widely known as
well as widely observed this
year. The sensitive Jew does not
revel in this discovery by the
world of his fighting talents; hc!
looks forward to the day when
the spiritual values for which
brave men have fought will bTess
the world with a surcease of
rife, and when the festival can-
dies will illuminate a world liv
"ig in amity and peace.
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The Passage of Time and Tale of a (J
Continued fram Pas* -*>
Bialik House in Tel Aviv.
At Kfar Menasche Home for the
Aged, in the library, stands ths
most ingenious clock creation of
Mr Meiman, his "Clock of Peace.**
Twenty-four times a day. every
day in the week, the Prophet
Isaiah's dream for the peace of
mankind is symbolically repeated
when this clock strikes the hours
of the day. The Clock of Peace was
Nutated shortly before the second
World War. The clock chime* the
hour in two repetitive notes that
stand for the two syllables of the
Hebrew word fr peace, "Shalom."
At the same time, the mechan-
ism performs the oldest rite of dis-
armament: Two small silver
swords are rhythmically beaten in-
to miniature shapes of plowshares
and pruning hooks against the
background of the messianic mes-
sage: "Nation shall not lift up
sword against nation, neither,
shall they learn war any more"
(Isaiah 11:2). President Roose-
velt's antiwar declaration of Sep-
tember, 1938 is inscribed in it side
by side with the verse from Isaiah.
The idea of peace, incorporated
into the clock by various symbols,
is a universal one, but the key that
sets it going is inscribed: "The
Magen David Adorn has presented the Levontin A.
Bravery to a kibbutmik and an Israel Arab KhaS
Khalil (center), of Abu Rabi'a tribe, saved three Israeli
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Land of Israel." The clock has no are we and what is the
numbers, but the clock's hands life?"
pursue symbols indicating grace. "This is the question
compassion and other concepts been constantly in an
leading finally to peace, where the since the beginning of W
number 12 would be. The hands on earth. Mr Meimin tL
themselves are also symbols. The and as a believer he taM
minute hand is Torah, and the answer by enclosing IsmI
hour hand Work, because Mr. Ifei- the shape of the Titles fT
man feels that "our ideas move Law. with the First Coma
faster than our capacity to. fulfill featured prominently.
them." When he came to Israeli
Each time the two hands meet he w" accepted it the ball
they form the Star of David. At I?ge; but f0UDd **m
the center of the clock, two small the loss thf cloct '
globes revolve; one represents the nc'rlfld and ,boroa*'
earth, aed the other asks: "Who the Malb*n organuauon. Mr.1
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invasion of Para and vived himself through tat|
a French Catholic farm I
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year; much work had Usfl
on the clock, since it hall
mantled, and many pits]
Continued on Pt m
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^^Mincridnan
he 'Good Right Arm' of Sinai Patholoov
Continued from Pag* 7-D ^^^^^ SJ #
echnolggy. He Is a registered
Sedieal tethmJtogfst of (he Amer-
can Society of Clinical Patho-
Dgists, representing the "cream
W the crop."
In his capacity of technical su-
ervisor, his work is complex and
difficult. He is in charge of 40
Dchnical and clerical personnel
an administrative capacity,
ind is basically responsible for
smooth running of this com-
plicated machine.
For Thomas, there is no 40-hour
reek. He is on call at all hours of
(nv day. His official day in the
boratory begins at 6 a.m., when
organizes the work for the
ay in preparation for the 7 a.m.
minds of the technicians for col-
ection of the many specimens
or test purposes. His day in the
iboratory may or may not end
,t 3 p.m., usually not.
A small idea of the magnitude
of Thomas' responsibilities may
expressed in terms of the di-
visions of the laboratory and the
Lumber of tests performed.
Th<- nationwide
qualifiedlaZ Shrla&
dances ffi"S lechno,8t
of ifflaaSS" a School
Gaining pro Jam ft' Whose
set bv ihr- f standards are
Cinical Pa,hMCnCan Society of
for such Sinii?'S,S- Candi P'etcd^l' 'Ssmoufs'^vc com-
certain credits ?n.hf legc WUh
stuTT f the '^oratory th
student receives a BS degree in
Ztll HChnl0gy' a"d is e"
nat on V cKer,if'Calion exai"i-
nation given by the registry of
medical technologists. I
Page 11-D
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am Thrh"e,St scction of M.
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his patient wife,
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consists of
Frances, and
The Tale of a Strange Clock
Continued from Page 10-D
Now
The laboratory is divided into
bur major departments: Histol-
gy. the preparation of slides of
ssues removed at surgery and
kutopsy and of cytologic prepa- missing. Now the clock i
ition for study by the patholo- plete, and Mr. Meiman keeps it in
lists; Chemistry, Bacteriology running order. Here in the Cul-
tural Center of the home, he ex
plains its intricate mechanism and
symbols to the many visitors.
Many times he has been asked
to let the clock go on tour to the
States, but he cannot part with
this vital portion of his life. Per-
Egy and Urinalysis, the study of haps in the years to come, Amen-
patients' blood in terms of cai>s will be able to see this clock
which took ten years to build, plus
great imagination and unusual
ability.
nd Scrology,, the study of nos-
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sues for bacteria, viruses, and
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Friday, December 25. l
JDC Eyes Regular Welfare Organization
GENEVA(JTA)A permanent
organization of European Jewish
community leaders for regular
consultations on Jewish education,
health and welfare problems was
proposed recently at the final
session of the 14th annual over-
seas conference of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee.
The proposal was made by
Charles H. Jordan, JDC overseas
director general, who was chair-
man at the session which was de-
voted to consideration of future
needs and policies of European
Jewish communities. The four-day
meeting was attended by 125 re-
ligious and welfare leaders from
25 countries who reviewed JDC
policies and programs.
Henry S. Villard, United State*
Consul General in Gintu and
resident delegate to the Euro-
pean office of the United Nations,
told a dinner session presided
over by Edward M. M. Warburg,
JDC chairman that a govern-
ment by itself cannot adequately
meet the infinite variety of hu-
man needs without the efforts of
voluntary agencies in the holds
of relief, rehabilitation, educa-
tion and social welfare.
Noting that the United States
Government "varries out social
welfare programs of its own," Mr.
Villard added: "It has embarked
on a very ambitious program over-
seas generally known as Point
Pour; its established refugee as-
sistance program will receive al-
most $30,000,000 in appropriated
funds this year and another $10.-
000.000 to $12,000,000 has been allo-
cated to the food distribution pro-
gram."
Dr. William Haber. University of
Michigan economist and president
of the World ORT Union, credited
the reconstruction of Jewish com-
munal life in Europe to the joint
efforts of American Jewry and the
JDC, working in partnership with
the newly emerging European
The Symphony of Building
Continued from Pago 3-D
ed. "But won't that take years
and the costwhere would Israel
get the money?" he asked. No.
it would not take years, but
months, they explained. And a
Urge part of the money would
come from Israel bonds. Malta
thias was beginning to share
their entthusiasm, but he still
couldn't figure out what all this
had to do with him.
Preliminary work had begun
on the oil pipeline, they told him,
but the engineers were being
hampered by a shortage of cer-
tain meal valves and fittings.
Mattathias suddenly understood
and they saw the light that had
cme into his eyes. They showed
him the samples of the parts that
were needed.
"How many do you need, and
when?" Mattathias asked.
"Six hundred of eachin ten
daysotherwise the next stage of
the pipeline will be seriously de-
layed.
"Ten days! You meanbefore
Chanuka?"
Yes. Mattathias, before Cha-
nuka."
And so Mattathias and his sons
waged and won a new battle for
Israel, a battle of production and
development.
Jewish leadership. He said that the
partnership had made possible
achievements in 15 years which
otherwise iniuht have required
generations of effort. He called the
new European Jewish leadership
"a small but fittingly effective
group of men of the highest cali-
bre."
The delegates were told that $59.
938.000 had been distributed by th.
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany during
the past six years to aid victims
of Nazi persecution. The reporl
was made by Saul Kagan, secre-
tary of the Claims Conference who
appealed to the leaders of the Eu-
ropean Jewiih communities to in
tensity their efforts to become
self-supporting in preparation for
the time, five years from now.
when compensation from Weft
Germany will end Claims Confer-
ence money for Nazi victims in
the 25 countries where the JDC op-
erates is administered by this or-
ganization and becomes part of a
common fund known as JDC
Claims Conference Funds.
Mr. Kagan, dealing m his re-
port mainly with Jewish commu-
nities in Western Europe where
75 percent of Claims Conference
money is distributed, stressed
that the Claims Conference re-
garded the development and re-
building of the Jewish commu-
nities of Europe which bore the
brunt of Nazi brutality as one of
its principal objective*.
He said the efforts of the Claims
Conference, in cooperation with
the JDC and central community
organizations in each country, had
contributed greatly to the revitali-
zation of Jewish communities in
Europe.
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Continued from Page 5-B
minded of the miracle that oc-
curred in the days of the Mac-
cabees. In later times, however,
it became impractical to light the
candles in reach of the passers-
by since the Jewish people went
through many eras of violent
persecutions and animosities.
Thus the candles were taken in-
side. In order to attract passers-
by, the candies are placed on the
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December 25, 1959 ^^Thridnar Page 9-D jgsters at the Jewish National Home for sensitive i ^ "' %  ^ nuka and the Long-Forgotten Jewish Hero Continued from Pa#e 1-D field heroes are greater than population ratio, but were Jews known as "fighting n?" No, it was the Irish who aired that soubriquet. Ironic, tbe Irish, hailed as fighters, > neutral in both World Wars as Jews, both in the ranks Allies and on the soil of Jestine (remember, there were Irish legions in World War I World War II), gave their i bloody conflicts. came the intrepid emerof the stalwart Israeli .1 man. Oddly enough, the watched this struggle and '"n't comprehend it in its lot until this scenario writer, D Uns, in a work listed as ionai but as true as this Ting's sunset, limned the age of the Israelis did the realize how genuinely how sacrmcially daring, 1 tenaciously dedicated to detracy and independence the ; truly are. wonder someone said that | Jewish reader of "Exodus" foot to his dimension. Strongly criticised as literature severely castigated by prSS A !" 7 n iZi !" ts who love the Arab leaders and care little for the Arab people, "Exodus" emerges as one of the most telling documents in literary history Now being filmed in Israel by Otto Preminger, the story will add new admirers. All of which means that Chanuka will be widely known as well as widely observed this year. The sensitive Jew does not revel in this discovery by the world of his fighting talents; hc looks forward to the day when the spiritual values for which brave men have fought will bTess the world with a surcease of • rife, and when the festival candies will illuminate a world liv "ig in amity and peace. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA from Towne Optical, Inc. GREETINGS TO MY SPORTS AND BOWLING FANS CHRIS llivnii: %  wttal m WrttMiat *..,„ MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM KHANUKA GREETINGS k-Plumbing Installation* and Repairs—Call | CENTRAL PLUMBING ami HEATING CO. |1618 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone MU 8-8551 ONOMY SERVICE QUALITY HOLIDAY MEETINGS TO All FLORIDIAN PEST CONTROL SERVING DADt COUNT* UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GRADUATE ENTOMOLOGIST • TERMITE CONTROL • REGULAR HOME SERVICE • LAWN & TREE SPRAYING PLaza 8-6512 DAILY 9:00-5:30 SAT. Till 2:00 Monday Eve. Till 8:00 66 N.E. 2nd Street Miami, Florida FR 3-5323 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS ALLIED DIE CASTING CORPORATION DIE CASTING • ZINC & ALUMINUM PLASTIC INJECTION 7080 N.W. 37th Court Phone OX 1 -8270-1 -2 A Happy Chanuka to All Our Friends and Patrons GOVERNOR CAFETERIA AND ENTIRE MANAGEMENT WASHINGTON AVENUE at 12th STREET PHONE JE 8-2979 • u. Ji 420 Lincoln Road Wish All Their Many Friends A Happy Holiday POLIDAY GREETINGS Mi'tpred and UCENSER 'rtlrol Yu r*>* wse on our registry meets !" al & Gaining require•Kotod by the state of 24 hour service. ^laglarSt FR 9*890 ^T^WUM and Curioe ^NATIONAL ^T GALLERIES %  It? 4, Miaml %  •** *** %  R.Pmuti.. ***n tin, BEIT WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS Kl II \S I.I I I Sill V Ml 14005 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY North Miami Phone PL 9-9214 H0U0AT GREETINGS TO ALL QUALITY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY Quality Is Long Remembered Afttr Price Is Forgotten 825 East 25th Street Hialeah Phone: OX 1-0702 BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS FROM A. J. (AL) BELL of the DIXIEBELL OIL CO. 1501 N.W. 1st AVENUE Phone FR 9-1418 8020 N.E. 4th Avenue EVAN'S SHORELINE CLEANERS CLEANERS OF DISTINCTION • QUALITY WORKMANSHIP • PROMPT SERVICE Phone PL 8-4537 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL LEE'S LAWN MOWER CENTER Sales Rentals Repairs New & Used Mowers 370 NIL 167th STREET Phone WI 5-9262 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL GREEN Till Mil NURSERY LANDSCAPING •975 Seetb Mil. Nifkwoy Phone MO 1-4790 GREETINGS ACE JH'SirCENTER DISCOUNT HOUSE GUITARS Accordions • Bono* Instrument! • Organs SAVE 25". TO 70% Stondord Bronds Only 7318 N.W. 7th Avenue Miami Phone PL 1-77B3 H0U9AY GREETINGS TO All %  MIX'S TV-RADIO AmUNC! SERVICE RADIO SERVICE TV SERVICE "6—4 Unkt It 0r Motto" 111F S.W. 17tfc AVENUE *•"• %  ,3W SLASOHS GREETINGS ... ABBOTT A RONNETT FIRXITIRE -CUSTOM REFINISHERS" At FRANCIS, Prop. 1144 S.W. 8th STREET PhoneFR4 14TO 1 1



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Page 12-A +Jmlst! fh^ktlar Frid To present the Scouting awards Friday eveBernhardt Chesman, and Cantor Herman Gottning at Temple Judea are front row Heft to lieb. Rear are Herbert Rose, Harry Cohen. right) Rabbi Morris Skop. Victor Reiter, Mrs. Bernardt Chesman and Benjamin Udoff. Beth Raphael Elects Officers Mrs. Ralph Krieger has been elected president of Beth Raphael Congregation for the new year. Also elected were the Mesdames Benjamin Agronow and A. S. Perl, vice presidents. M blames Anna Rosenblatt, secretary; jnd Julius Sapero, treasurer. Emanu-EI Will Honor Youth Temple Emanu-EI will honor the college youth of the community a: its annual Homecoming service Friday evening. Dr Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader, will officiate. Participating in the service will be Lester Brickman, Carnegie Tech. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brickman: Ann Fishbein. Bran dels 1'niversity. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leo I. Fishbein; Edwin M. Ginsberg. University of Florida, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg. Arlene Kaplan. University of Miami, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kaplan. In addition to the special service, at which Dr. Lehrman will preach on. "Wanted—The Maccab e a n Spirit," a Homecoming brunch will be held Tuesday morn ing in Sirkin Hall. Miami Htfartw Book Stort 1MB WASHINGTON AVI. Miami Baach JE 13*40 Hebrew Rallgiaua Suppllaa for Synagogua*. School* A Private v*m ISRAELI a\ DOMESTIC GIFTS AUGUST BROS R YI Gabriel Heatter Speaks Tuesday Gabriel Heatter win be guest speaker at a meeting of the Beth David Men'* Chrb on Tuesday evening at the congregation, 2625 SW 3rd ave. Heatter, who has achieved renown as a radio news commentator, launched his career as a newspaperman at the age of 17. During World War I, be was foreign correspondent. He Joined the Mutual Radio Network in 1933. His topic Tuesday evening will be "The Next Hundred Days." Chanuka Lunch ton T today Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah Congregation will celebrate Chanuka at a luncheon Tuesday noon. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual leader of Beth Tfilah, will participate in the program, according to Mrs. Rachel Katz, president. INSURED SAVINGS HOME FINANCING SAVE-BY-MAIL Oldest and Largest In Miami Beach iPDERsU SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION* M Offices: UK* In. it Wuhi.fl.sfl Art** Sfca—fcnl>i Set riatStraa*. I % % %  % %  % %  fru ass Bureau Studies Recommendations Two new committees of the Bureau of Jewish Education are now acting to raise the status of the teachers in the Greater Miami Jewish community and the standard of the community's educational rrm. the Bureau of Jewish Education. The teachers welfare committee of the Bureau, chaired by Leo Robinson, is attempting to implement a retirement plan of the American! Assn. of Jewish Education here. The plan has already been accepted by eight Jewish communities and is now being considered by Boston, Mass., in addition to Miami. The retirement program attempts to gain security and status for the Jewish teacher, and encourage American youth to enter the Hebrew-teaching precision, according to Robinson. The plan has already been presented to the North Shore Jewish Center, Beth David, and Temple Emanu-EI, with presentation before Temple Beth Sholom and Temple Judea within the next month. The Bureau's teachers welfare committee consists of Leo Robrnson, chairman. Jack Toppell, Kelvin Frumkes, Judge Harry Greenberg, Sol Goldman, and William Weissel. A new public relations committee has been appointed, consisting of Mrs. Louis Glasaer, chairman. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Benjamin Meyers, Charles Gottlieb. Mrs. Henry Wiernick. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin. Edward Cohen, and Leo Robinson. At a recent meeting of the committee, several recommendations were referred to the Bureau's executive board, including formation of a Ladies' Auxiliary of the Bureau; greater liaison between the Bureau and the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn., as well as educational committees of all Jewish schools; the formation of a regional Hebraic summer camp; and the development of a Chair of Judaica at the University of Miami. Scout Awards Due At Temple Judea Mrs. Bernh.irdt CMrtmnn will receive the Jewish Scouting Com mittee's second Judean award for study and serviceto TemphniJu dea and the Temple's Troop 64 at Friday evening services. The award is in recognition of "loyalty and dedication to Judaic ideals." Also to be presented Friday evening will be the Aleph Award to Bernardt Chesman. Scoutmaster. Robert Rose, Steven Green and Louis Toback. Members of the Temple com mittee who will present the awards are Rabbi Morris Skop; Cantor Herman Gottlieb; Benjamin Udoff, education director; Victor Reiter. Temple president; Tilden Corenblum, vice president; Leonard K a I i s h Brotherhood president; Mrs. Maurice Waldorf, president of the Sisterhood; Herbert Rose, institutional representative of the Scout Troop; and Harry Cohen. religious counselor. Hosts to the congregation following the service will be Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Waldorf, in honor of their 24th wedding anniversary. Piano Duos SchoduM Piano duos by Mrs. Harold Berney. Mrs. Michael Covin and Mrs. Manuel Lubel, joined by their sons and daughters, will be beard at a recital Jan. 2, 7:30 p.m., at the Miami Womans Club. ISRAELI REUGKMJS STORE Ait m wrw seppucs rot STMOOOWS t JANS* MOMf S 1357 WASHINGTON AVE, JE 1-7722 To Live in Hearts We Leave Behind ... I* to Liir Forever? PALMER'S MEMORIALS "OaBWaff Oefr Jtwisb Unveilreg Tool; PUce Dec. 20* et 2 gjaw et Ml. Sinai •ark CasMtiry fer Rabbi Solomon Schtff officiated Scheduled Unveiling* Y. 17* lr. Business Mi Mrs.Housewi The Jewish Home fee the Aged Thrift Shop, needs Tour furniture, appliances clean clothing, luggage, arapee, lamps, dishes, pots. Pane, •ihrorware. sheet.. J>Pead. etc *" "" %  selef fewer* re* % %  l.fee ui e l ^fcftwg.,** THI HOME THRIFT SHOP 5737 HW. 27th Avt. Teteaheee M J-23M Hoses CeN et fer **. 11 mm Rabbi Samuel Ltrtt r. it Rabbi frvmg LeJirman AMOK imftL 11 Rabbi Solomon Sch.ff um ML Rabbi Solomon Schiff MttMAM Slllafr, 1 ie. Rabbi B. Leon Hwwtt IMMRMTTA OARK, 2 pun. Rabbi Harry Lawrence e ajf. ajoeo Coasetery M. SAMUCU. 11 sue*. Robot Alfred W'axman JACK L eOftOON, 12.30 p.m. Rabbi Mayer Abramountx PAtMJM AOaSOtt, 1 pjtv Rabbi /riine, Lehrman "May Their Souls Repou In Eternal Peece''" AMjmwmm %  ? CO. lay, ( '|nuki celhnZj '"men, mmicjlS Bcr, P by Mr,.^| B eocli Pliotg^gj A portrait h, yj Phi-r has received eT %  an exhibition of i Photographer* ^J <-'a!if. ivjy of Miami Beach luWj Jacobs, Is the £M photographer E Allaf was smiled o\xOna, prints on view. Dunsky Ur, IN MEMORY dfl BELOVED! MICHA1 THE UNVEILING Wail SUNDAY, •' Uooo7 Ml. SINAI MEWOOea CBWTErr ** I DR. IRVING Oft*n J •*khl % tacmW bf | Harold and li u irn I FRIENDS AND ARE ASKH) 10 All From/tier Hi REPHUM'S HH BOOK STOl WMOLOMi asf Camp'ate Ll§ •* far $>rn*V"SuAtfar I f % %  RACLI oirrsi^^ t T-WTF NzvMnn HH leVere T. PMrWief



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. December 25, 1959 ft. journals in the past few years been exciting discoveries erning: *Je*istFk>rldtk3ir! [ The early diagnosis of lep-an original test evolved by ^gll dPrmafologTsts which ["determine whether persons have been in contact with Uy have actually contracted Bisease lorig before any sympappear. This early diaggives a greatly increased pee of a complete cure. [ %  The effect of color on equijm. It has been found that ertain nervous diseases the lom s are markedly aggraby red glasses, and phys[signs of stress may be obwhile blue glasses tend to ei them. This opens up an My new field for research in ology, physiology and psyluy[The suggested diagnosis of disease using radioactive toes. It has been discovered ; a damaged heart muscle abbs greater quantities of radioye material than undamaged e. opening up a possible new bod of diagnosis. \lb prtral determination E It hat been discovered I the cells of me fluid in which funbom baby Is cradled leek lirent if the baby is • bey or making possible. In certain hi, the prenatal determination Battle for Religious Freedom Page 15-C The comparative incidence L^rious diseases in the many |le groups, which are living | by side in the unique laboraf of Israel, shedding thus new on the ethnic and environktal factors in such important blcms as heart disease and I cancer. tese few examples give dost testimony to the research fntial to be found in Jerusa| today. But, as every scienm, it is not always i to have the ideas and the i carry through a research Extra funds are usually ted for special equipment, lical assistance, experimental While the regular HMO jet includes provision for no than 23 specialized clinical irch laboratories, Hadassah ; always able to find suffiextra budgetary funds to the big research projects have grown beyond the ; of the departmental lablories. Continued from Pag, ic js by ignoring"" hinT^nr^l,.,.,,,,,, him, forgetting him. By the same ?ken. in ignoring the right of 5?. JSious Freedom, there is a great "ThpV' ^ ,his frec 5om The dice of God." says Emer s 0 a Uon" h, f. 8 rCal e SSay *"5 sat ion. are always loaded Every secret is told, every crime is punished, every virtue rewarded, every wrong redressed, in silence and certainty." Whatever we cherish we must guard, protect, and fight for if rf 0 C M S ^o } f we cherish the right of Religious Freedom we must protect it. The only way it can be protected and preserved, is by taking advantage of the right, using it, enjoying it. Only then shall we be inspired to value it. cherish it. guard it, and make sacrifices for it. We Jews ought to be concerned with this freedom, more than any other religious denomination. After all, haven't we suffered more than any other nation because of our religion? Should we not then more than any other group in America, take advantage of this great privilege? By practicing goodness and morality, one learns to be good and moral. By practicing democracy, one learns to enjoy and appreciate democracy. Like cur ancestors under the impact of Hellenism, Jews todayfind themselves living in two cultures, their own and that of their environment. They have a choice to make. They can either turn to the mapority culture for their pattern of behavior and thereby completely lose their identity, individuality and self respect, or, they can absorb the finest elements of the majority culture for the enhancement of their own spiritual treasures, and thus remain true to themselves rrre Ornnm lights speak softly and confidently the promise dL Vlctory ,0 ,he brave fr ee independent souls who under'test and trial, choose to remain true to hcmselves, and thereby prove to the world that life can be rich and meaningful only when it stands for something that is even more precious than life itself \PPY CHANUKA TO ALL FRIENDS AND PATRONS Essex Village Pharmacy (441 HIALEAH DRIVE ]*t the Esrex Theatre HIALEAH rk. TU 84660 Murray Steir, Prop. Ifrrt Withes for the Uolldays WEBB REALTY CORP. fcW. 102nd Street *• Spwwliit in '! %  % %  Acreage and **• Preperties .. 4JK Q fee tings US. 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age 4-B +JtistJh*Mton I Jewish FlondUn Exclusive YOUR M. c ARRIAGE COUNSELOR t y gamier I C/. ijxltng MlAll"l NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARRIA I LOR AND Armor* Popular belief to the contrary, marriage is not I much a contract but a status orcondition imposed y law. For example, the usual business agreement may e dissolved by mutual consent Having entered eely and voluntarily into the contract the parties .!>. bj the same token, withdraw from it. But once having entered into a marriage it may 8 dissolved only in the manner prescribed by law that is. by annulment, divorce or death This is irgely because marriage is the civil status of one lan and one woman united in law for life, for the ischargc to each other and to the community of ie duties legally imposed on husbands and wives. %  in, in u ordinary contract, mental capacity the Hie teat toy fftnesf Hence, all the law retires is that those entering into a business arrangeant understand (be nature of their act. in marie ii required; the lav insists .it the nan bt texuallj capable of fulfilling his i! obligations; if he is not. the marriage illity and may legally be set aside. Legal Rights Diminish There is still another distinction worth menning. An infanfi batineai contracts may be uslly voided by him. an infant being, generally. der twenty on. yean of age. Thus a boy of 19 ho buys an automobile may repudiate the transtion any time he desires And this is true even if a reeks the e.ir %  week after its purchase. The law till the head of the inly, may move to any state in the l/nion and in' that his wife join him. If for example, Irving in New York, the husband M it into bit head to move to the more balmy net Of Miami or even to smog bound Los Angeles 1 hl •{*• b> deddei that she prefers the iMay Season Brunch more cosmopolitan atmosphere of Manhattan, the wife may be guilty of such desertion as to entitle her spouse to a divorce, and so deprive her of her rights to alimony and support. What to Eipact In short, by virtue of the fact that the husband is still legally recognized as the head of the family —though in actual fact he has long been replaced as such by his more astute wife—the man of the house still has the right, for whatever it's worth, to decide where the couple shall live. But even in this respect the law has begun to make inroads into what was once the husband's immemorial preserves. For instance, while it's still true that the husband may determine the legal residence, he may not do so if the change will seriously affect or impair his wife s health. Hence, a wife may refuse to move to I-os Angeles if she can prove that the smog will affect her asthma, or if she has some other legitimate health reason for not going. A husband has a right, legally, to expect that his wife will be faithful to him. Since the law is realistic, this doesn't mean that she can't think adultery or imagine it. but she must not in all events commit it. To do so is a ground for divorce in all states. Prido and Vanity A husband has also a legal right to expect sexual relations from his wife. The unwarranted refusal on her part may be a ground for his divorce. But here. too. the law steps in and tempers the husband's marital rights. He may insist on those rights, pontificates the law, but not to the poiift where aexual relations endangers the health or life of his spouse. A husband also has the right to expect that his wife will bear him children. Since man is full of pride and vanity, it soothes his ego, at times, to see himself perpetuated in his offspring. The wife who before marriage promises to bear her husband children but who afterwards decides that childlessness better preserves her figure and freedom may be letting herself in for legal difficulties. I might add finally that the husband still has the last word, in a legal sense, that is. about the education, secular and religious, of his children, and is entitled to their earnings, if any. This briefly, is a summary of the husband's legal rights. Next week I shall take up something much more important the husbands emotional rights, and in the following weeks shall discuss what area wife has a right to expect from her husband. %  "M aft* %  %  &f atterlaee CM* of He Bmmt i mi l — atadkW Me*., hi Mi.mi I been invited to attend a brunch on man 615 Puerta. Coral Gablea. la Members of Phi Sigma Sigma Sunday M,am Alumnae chapter chairman of the event. Mrs. liar oritv. their relatives and friends men,b rs rc hostesses for the afo arc in the Greater Miami area fair to he held at the Barcelona ring the holiday season have hotel at 11:30 am. Mrs. Paul Furvin Lewis, 4421 Post ave.. Miami Beach, is alumnae chapter president. % *fi ontaine Ueau i/D FOP y S Ttr4CTive Cdv*% Tho ultimate eomptlmont to your ouaote en) Invitation to ftove your function eater** Oy Peneeinetioau exporte...wtth tho flnoe* ulelne,>everoQoe or* oarvtee worthy f tho \*ertO"e moot oeeutiful hotel. •ANQUrrt • WEDDINGS • RECEPTIONS %  ONTAINHU-AU CATEMMS AT YOOt HOM| C.H Sol W. Cltmn. a***** *Un.of 0* Till OCIAH AT 44tfc SHUT • MIAMI MAC! M New .late of officers presented by the Sisterhood ,aJ Ih^ J C ^? r !??! ??. al th *. 0 P? Ilin 9 luncheon offW7 President Included are Meedames Abraham Topol Duchon. first vice president; Harry Hart, second m dent; Fred Ronenzweig, third vice presidentMax nZ. corresponding^secretary; David Melteer. record !" *1 Max Heiken, financial secretary; Joseph Roth. trecuuwl ham Weintraub, program chairman; and Esther sunshine chairman. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly your needs intheKisaet Aladdin, Scheherazcsealj Rubaiyat Rooms, be lf wedding or a private i It ttw ^ for t B li imilm HAZEL ALLISON C1tHn§ OtaMtte, JE 1-ettl atetn si. a C


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riday, December 25, 1959 *9 (couldn't gtt an atmosphere like vmi get pfit9." Here on the campus you have cwdSK. *eu want," Tova K m, • blende fellow-graduate ,: the Hetbush -Iteshiva, broke j, ; ;Y'j-" is no tension insideof you. v Mhvir happens, you know III iMJJbeilright. You're not veryone is a Jew hi rrlroa^on't have this feeling in 'he States, even wten you live Sai-ong Jews." In the States we always had fcto lind Orthodox kirt to be jrtendJy with," said Sheila Dinlz, another, graduate of Flatbush Y( : shiva. "Otherwise there never seemed to be anything in common with them, If they weren't interested in Jewish things. And they loylacd on us as if we were sonieAffindifferent. Here you don'tttBitok-'Ibout it. Those who are not Orthodox are very tolerant lust the fact that we are all together is Israel is sufficient common bond." Most of the girls have come on r6cholarships, and are equipped with a good .knowledge of Heireu andallied subjects. "They ixptct you to work here," they told me. "This whole attitude toward studies is different than in the States." %  "It is a good influence, being with Israelis, especially when you see the seriousness, of the girls.'' Carol said. "The girl I room with has 40 hours of study. Another is workine at a job as wrll as studying. We'd be asham!'ed not to do our 20-29 hours a Week." %  Vacations here will be no problem. "Israeli* are out of this world," Bochelle Stutman. of Brooklyn, added. "I don't think you could find *ach hospitality anywhere else, in the world." Each oX the girts had a story to tell of kindnesses they had received when they traveled around the country for two weeks before Starting their studies. One truck driver gave five of them a lift to Beersheba. Then, because it was getting late in the 'afternoon, and he didn't want them to wander around trying to ; fmd a place to sleep, he took them right on to his Tillage of Dimona. Bis wife settled them for the Bight, and next morning he took [them out to the main road, and them beside a bus atop. knisti FkrkUan Page SC Tank Co. SEPTIC TANKS Installed and Repaired DRAIN FIELDS BELAID Tree Inspection 3400 N. W. 39th AT*. Phone NE 4-7052 Bemfix I Phika ltt. ix Automatic Waders Ovai Quarter of a.Century Serving Greater Miami CALL FR 4-3721 <• B. i /. N. ftJCf 1627 S.W. let STREET *>*c AmiAIKi SBhfJCI SEASONS GREETINGS JOIIX'S AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE & REPAIRS *& Work Guaranteed Any Make of Car 3274 N.W. 54th Street NE 3-2961 Stt^SKMSht; 0,m f r U : S *•*"** faael receives toe 1959 Ata*ifa-Israel Friendship Award" oi the Mizrachi Women s Organization of America from Mrs. Moses Dyckman. reflected naUonal president, at the recent 34th annual national convention of the women's religious-Zionist organization in Atlantic City, N.J. Lawson urged intensification of voluntary organizational activities to supplement "expressions of governmental interest" in aiding the development of newly established nations. sJUuL Vo 4,411... On another occasion four of them got to the youth hostel at Eln Geddi, down by the Dead Sea. The-girls bad some tins of sardines left, but no money. They were planning to sleep on the grass. The manager of the youth hostel gave them a room and blankets without money. The other people staying there invited the girls to eat with them. Then someone brought out a gramaphone, and they spent the evening singing and dancing "As Continued en Pae 15C GREETINGS N.A.C. ManafactBring WOOD CUSTOM FURNITURE CORNER CABINETS — DESKS MADE TO ORDER 642 N.W. 7th STREET FR 1-3924 GREETINGS TO ALL Alexander Orr & Associates. Inc. PLUMBING HEATING Residential — Commercial — Industrial Strvlaf HM Cr.oler Miami Ana Sine* 1915 70 HE. 39th Street Phone PL 4-6671 McDonald Air Conditioning, Inc. TRANE AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEERS 261 N.W. 26th Street Miami, Florida Phone FR 3-7681 %  1 I %  ; HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL JOHNSON PLUMBING COCONUT GROVE • CORAL GABLES • S.W. SECTION INSTALLATION & REPAIRS A. O. SMITH RHEEM WATER HEATERS 24-Hour Service 3214 Grand Avenue HI 8-9447, HI 4-0501 CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL &f .*•! Contour Chair Shop 111 NX 40th Street Miami :3 PHONE PI I-M44 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOOD TOWN formerly DULANEYS Psety FrelhVtfttetk* 9mm Fates Prim Meal* Faacy Oreearlei 411 W. 41 it Stratt, Mloail Btack PHONE IE 8-0551 FREE DELIVERY Best Wishes for the Holiday Season ... BEUTELS SOLAR-HEATER CO. TANKS BOOSTERS COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS Phone FR 1-14M 27 N. Mkmi Arenue HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Hmgo Hair Stf***** FSHI MO 7-2213 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Adams Glass Service ^ si 1919 PurdT Acenu.. Miami lUach "WHERE TO GET THEM" Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. • MARINE Stiff LIES • PAINTS VAtNISNES • FISHING TACKU • NAUTKAl CHAITS • SHIPMATE WILLIS BOTTLED GAS mt PARKING and mWmW 139 S. Miami Avenue Phone FR 1-6654 ; r SEASON'S GREETINGS i iJ TECHNICAL SERVICES ENGINEERS .. 3107 N.W. 17th Ave. NE 5-3813 SEASON'S GREETINGS STAN'S CYCLE SHOP COLUMBIA HUFFY NEW USED REPAIRS 13749 N.W. 7th Avanua :*4 %  i Phone MU 5-1931 %  To Our Patrons and Friends a Most Happy Holiday CRANE TILE COMPANY %  X P E R T WORKMANSHIP 3478 N.W. 7th Street Hione HI 5-2651



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Dcmabar 25. 1959 the Caucasian rate or has By-Lawi AmeiwUd n-ill be aeen that when HarJew, purchased the propfthe recorded restriction reid that he be a member of pppellee nonprofit corporaXhe membership applies[blank which contained an pt from the by-laws on the side specifically excludm from membership in the Brat inn because of his religWith this information he, theless, proceeded to conan expensive residence on ind, and with bis family as_ occupancy. At this point, Jppcllee Sunset Islands Prop| Owners, Inc. filed suit to Harris to vacate the %  tv alleging that he was i member of the corporation. ould be pointed out that subnt to the filing of the comthe by-laws of the eorpowere amended by eliminthe references to Caucas[ Gentiles and felons. In lieu of there was substituted a sion to the effect that "the Jfications for membership in [association shall be that the Iber be of good moral charf, that he be an owner or lesr one who proposes to bean owner or lessee, of erty on Sunset Islands No. 1 o. 2." Pending the litigation, [after the aforesaid amendappellants, deeming themto be of good moral charapplied for membership irere rejected. When the matame on for final hearing, the cellor by his decree indithe view that the only relion which he was being rcd to enforce was that merely required memberfin the corporation. He had kriew that this was not an unstable requirement and that Dg failed to become a mem [of the corporation, the appts were subject to the raons. By this decree he orthe appellants to sell their to the appellee corporaand provided that if thay 1 not agree on the price, then [appellants should sell and | appellee should pay an fixed by three appraisi named by the court. Of t, the appellants were orto vacate the property, of this decree is now GREETINGS NURSING & fALESCENT HOME rat AU T1H CAMS £. BAYSHORE DRIVE Ha. PhFB 9-7M0 HUNAN K +JelsiinurHiari Mmlmitlrwfn ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA M' E^gel's s Shop JN MEN'S STREET SPORTS CLOTHES•* %  ML M 4-41M ^NUKA GREETINGS ^nTfl'** din f^HE 4-3331 PlocUa Page 9-C New York Board of Rabbis honors former Sen. Herbert H Leh Equal Protation Denied Appellants contend that the restriction requiring membership in the corporation supplemented by the by-law requiring that in order to be a member a person would have to be a Caucasian Gentile, constituted an unlawful restraint on the alienation of the property and that the enforce ment thereof denied to them the equal protection of the laws guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. Appellee contends that the Chancellor ruled correctly in finding that he was merely called upon to sustain the restriction which required membership in the corporation as a condition to ownership and occupancy of the Continued on Pag* 12C Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Customers BROWNSVILLE DRUG STORE 4634 N.W. 27th AVENUE Phone NE 4-7233 W. W. Welters I i I Best Wishes to the Jewish Community DEPENDABLE QUALITY LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING SERVICES MIAMI LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS MIAMI'S OLDEST SOUTH'S LARGEST 28 Northeast 3rd Street Phone FR 3-6601 Since 1913 TO ALL GREETINGS Ell Witt Cigar and Tobacco Company WHOLESALERS CANDY CIGARETTES • PAPER WONT YOU Itav-a-Tampa Cigar? pf "THEY'RE BETTER" 73 N.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE FR 4-8185 SEASON'S GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. ENGINEERS and CONTRACTORS 1345 20th Street Miami Beach, Flo. FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNlTING BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL ... YOUR FRIENDLY KWIK CHEK STORES FOOll STORES "TMtet&s One Near Yom" SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. J. P. Deridiei, Owaer 14M AITOH I0AD, MIAMI HACN PHONE IE 4-2091 BETTER TO SERVE YOU MIAMI JACK SERVICE Or~*. I**.-"* Nt CM* jDMMr Jgj-K *•* Steam J*"V Pi UP "* ^Slftem AH Wdrtt Ooarant^d P**nr **"££ %  % t. m6 sen w$r. sh stmt R. j/WAINWWGKT I SONS ^^ ,,17 ktoMtacKHK* le.meto1*e r +" %  """ nMORAMO^r*.—^MNIK)M*AIUH€ ENGINES, INC it MM. teemi urn • TO ALL GREETINGS DELLS UPHOLSTERING • REUPHOLSTERING • DRAPERIES • SLIP COVERS Phone PL 8-8186 685 N.W. 48th Street .uu TO ALL GREETINGS SMITTY'S AUTO SERVICE Auto Repairing %  'FOREIGN MAKS OUR Sf I CMITT" 9290 N.W. 22nd AVENUE Phone PL 8-9285 w Best Wishes for the Holiday Season North Miami Beach Auto Sales r • Now Under Management of BOB NEWMAN PAUL MEEK 400 N.L 167th Street Wl 5-2631 YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. 1147 N.W. 22nd Street Pk* !" 4768 NOW LOCATED at 3115 N.W. 40th St Ph. NE 4-8525 HART ELECTRIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS RMd*ntial — Industrial — Commercial BEST-WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA SEROTA PLUMBING COMPANY imAltet •*< M 04*14' MUM! leech t



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Page 2-C +Je*st>ncr**kWJ riday. BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA GOODY SHOES THE LARGEST FAMILY SELF-SERVICE SHOE STORES IN THE SOUTH SHOP THE STORE NEAREST YOU Hadassah-Hebrew Univ. Bridge of Sciein SEASON'S GREETINGS ft,. BAKER WELL & PUMP ff (FORMERLY BATZ WELL) FREE ESTIMATES ON LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS 12914 N.W. 7th Ave. 2529 S.W. 8th St. MU 1-4959 HI 3-5949 I nr r TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS RED COACH GRILL 1455 Biscay !" Blvd. Phone FR 9-4008 | MARTY'S VENETIAN BLIND CO. ALUMINUM • WOOD '** FR 4-7121 NEW • TAPING • REFINISHING FREE ESTIMATES 1641 S.W. 1st Street Miami 35, Fla. SEASON'S GREETINGS W £ MURPHY & JORDAN of FLA. INCORPORATED Insurance Managers and Agents Affiliated with Murphy & Jordan Inc with oOeea at 161 Park Avenue. Rutherford N J 179 Broadway. New York 7, N.Y. 1150 S.W. 1st Street FR 7-2318 COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE *. "We Build Our Business in Service to You" T JUNIOR and ARTS MOWER and CYCLE SHOP Factory Methods — We Sharpen Sows • Knives Lawamowsn Pick-Up and Delivery Service uawmaummn 34 N.W. 42nd Avenue PHone HI 85316 Best Wishes to All Our Friends on this Holiday Occsslon Mr. and Mrs. Allen Goldberg i BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA 'Oil EX'S RiKKHY eSS Wsshisatea Aeeaeo MIAMI SEACH Ftec* J! MMI By VIVIINNE TABOR JERISALEM — Although the hour is late, a li^ht still burns in the medical school, spilling out into the quiet Jerusalem night. In his small laboratory, one of Hadassah's gifted medical scirnI lists still works among his complox electronic instruments, ac' curately measuring the response of the various parts of the human brain to the stimulus of light. His basic research work is pushing back the borderline of knowledge on the actual mechanism by which we see, paving the way for new methods of diagnosis of how A prom the University Hospital staff, he was sent to the United States on a Hadassah fellowship for postgraduate training in two leading American centers, and his stay extended at Harvard University through the generosity of the National Council to Combat Blindness and the National Institute of Health. While he was there, he played a leading part in s research project which gave the world new knowledge of the mechanism of color vision. Whn, despite the protestations of his hosts, the timo cams for vision becomes impaired. Israel had its own Soviet visitors recently—two Russkni ising young member of tists. who took, time out from sessions of the Biota dardization Conference in Jerusalem to inspect theSEi Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, now] at Kiryat Hadassah (Hadassah Town). Pictured Qsfci are Dr. Jack Karpas, deputy director-general oi the H Medical Organisation. Prol A. Olitiky, of the Hebres sity-Hadassah Medical School, and his wile, Dr. ZeL, sky, aa they show the smiling Russian scientists, EtJ Khmenko and Dr. V. Blagovitchensky, around the Center due for completion next year. To All Season's Greetings Fowlers S*a Food & Poultry Market "Sh, P in the Cosies No Parkins Worries" 267 MINORCA AVENUE PhonsHJ 6-1711 him to return homo, ho brought with him the oood wishes from Harvard, the Rockefeller Foundation end others in ths form of gifts of equipment to eneMe Mm to carry en Ms research in Jew salem. His work, which is carried on within the framework of ths Hadassah Medical Organization, is the direct fruit of the partnership in science between Israel and the United States. Its results benefit all humanity. The training of personnel abroad is the basic foundation of Hadassah's scientific bridge between Israel and the world. Since the inception of Hadassah's fellowship program in 1048, nearly 100 selected members of HMO's medical and pars-medical staff SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc. 1451 N. BAYSHORE DRIVE Phone FR 4-9081 have been gives the i to observe and tlafr-fj developments in thtr U work in the leading adsfl ters of the Western ssjf Some of these tru are geared to keep: cians and teacher* in I new developments ell the world, but other sienrd to train youagsr] ists to introduce end techniques into Israel Under this scheme i first neurosurgeon tut New York. As he vast his training in 1948, shots of the War of were heard in the Holy j Leaving immediately fctl he was flown by belies] beseiged Jerusalem a save the lives of rater i and civilians who had serious head injuries a] cessant shelling. Perhaps no less drtsstj the training of Israels f acic and cardiac surges*! adelphia. who has the first hope of a i dozens of 'blue babies," of congenital abnorma heart, as well as to i adults crippled by sea There i< not ooe of I Continued se PH>*-1 Happy Chanuka to All Our Friends and Patrons Flamingo Dress Shop •It IMCOIN ROAD, MIAMI MAC* JI 1-S442 'for the Most Discriminating Beyer" TO AIL HOLIDAY GREETINGS BAC CONSTRUCTION, INC. ENGnfEERTNG CONTRACTORS DRAINAGE SPECIALISTS Victor L. Boscaino John Alello Nickolas Comte 1514 S.W. 129th Tor. Sort Miami Q 54511 GREETINGS TO ALL TRAIL SIXMO STATION S CRAMS PWT| THAT yow CAR %  OAR JOtVXI TtttS Itee S.W. Its Street "S—. j, PR 4-1544 HOLIDAY GREETINGS mU WEST DIXIE fflGHWAY Ft 84019. PL 74503 NORTH MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS, VANITY Fill] "Where beauty is Pe POSE BERNARD Owner & AAgr. 6231 S.W.8lh: Ph. MO 54411 A Happy ChemAi iRJ Our Friends and P~ Jim Wood Land Clean*] 3085 N.W. 54th Ph. NE W1 GREETINGS HEAL EST*1 1000 Bet J* MUiflBCA^



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Page 14-C +JewMFk>rknain :.Sg^sg.:,gg,:.sg.:.g;.>^->S'>g'>S'>g &/1\srlost m PsstSS* u.A. Local Union HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL BEATRICE LA VERNE DANCE STUDIO BALLET — TAP — MODERN JAZZ CLASSES STILL FORMING • ENROLL NOW 1017 • 96th Street Phone UN 6-5675 Boy Harbor Island 3 LOCATIONS THE MAYFLOWER RESTAURANTS FULL COURSE HOLIDAY DINNERS SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU % ALL BAKING DON! ON PREMISES Good Food for All Hw Family" C Biscayne Blvd. at S.E. 1st Street Right on U.S. 1 1400 N.W. 27th Avenue 7th Ave. 3601 N LiNTV OP FREE PARKIN f 1400 N.W. 27th Ave. PLINTY .ww. t.i in H venue (. 3601 N. Miami Ave. } OF FREE PARKING \ ** •^-i-*>r., \.i-l..* l rf l /I %  m FOR READY-MIXED CONCRETE — PHONE HI 8-2080 Allied Concrete Products, Inc. 3087 S.W. 28th Lane. MkanL Florida (One Blotk North T (Member Ch**** rf 1007S.W.•'•* (251 N.W. Nhjht.rw* s >



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T December 25. 1959 *J^lsiincri(/iaun uestion Box: The Meaning of Chanuk Page 5-r By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX It there ry ilflnHieine* 9 the Li that altogether (not counting .'Shamash-^erWlO) thOrT an jandles which ara lit on Chaiifcah? wihe Mvstics (e.g. Rokeach) con| n d that the 38 candles represent \e 36 hours in which "the hidden Jjhf ;hone for Adam before it E s hi.lden because of his sin. T e tiny flames are thus remindh that the great light of eternity I yet to shine on humanity and L't each time man fights for Cth and justice he comes that fc c h closer to seeing the great fcht Others contend that the 36 indies represent the 36 tract|es of the Talmud. The lights \e therefore, symbolic of the ality of Jewish learning. This n ehov indicates that the strugfor independence was more a struggle to preserve life. aa struggle to perpetuate treasure of Jewish tearing. • • • jfliy i* 't customary for tha [tnwn of tha household to re( in from doing any housework lilt the Chanwka candles ara ling? According to tradition no use [to be made of the light that Lies from the Chanuka cants. Their purpose is restricted the performance of a holy mmandment. Some symbol was eded to indicate that no one derive any mundane benefit _A the candle light. The fact t the women of the household tain from doing any houseirk as used as an indication it something in the house was [i nature, holy enough to exde human use of it. he reason for which the worn[were chosen as the ones who „„ refrain from work during _j period is twofold. According Home, it was because the womi of the house would be more to make use of the candle lit since they are the ones who [the housework. The other reaj is that it was given as a sign [commendation to the Jewish jan in general because it was [Jewish heroine (Judith) who lomplishcd a great feat in periling a heroic deed to save people. his valour of Jewish woman_ was associated with the %  nuka festival in which the Happy Chanuka to All lOur Friends and Patrons pf ad cm olsel I e \UvniiiFj Salon pl8 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI rfceaa MOW ANNA BLITCH *IDAY GREETINGS SCIHLER'S pholstererm furniture Slip Cover* ties Bed Spreads 1*377 N.W. 24th Street Miami. Fla. Frank Schuler, Prop, ^one NE 4-6713 BgESSSSgaaaa heroism of the Jewish woman is recalled in a number of instances. • • • Why do some authorities insist upon placing the candles in some kind of holders instead of placing them directly on the window si:i? The reason given for this requirement is that the miracle wherein the oil that was to have lasted only one day, and yet lasted eight days, took place in a vessel which held the oil. Therefore, it was felt that whatever material was used for the light of Chanuka should be contained in a vessal symbolic of the original vessel which held the oil. • Is It proper to light the Chanuka candles outside the house instead of in tha house? Actually, originally, the Chanuka candles were lit at the threshhold so that all the passersby could see them and be reContinued on Page 12-D To All Our Friends, Patron's and Acquaintances SEASON'S GREETINGS O'DARE'S Van Lines, Inc. HORSE SALES & TRANSPORTATION 100 West 25th Street Hialeah, Florida %  i! HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL DADE BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE, INC. BOOKKEEPING and TAX SERVICE For All Type Businesses "A Complete Service" 5135 S.W. 8th Street Phone HI 6-2800 TO ALL GREETINGS CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY COMMERCIAL* — INDUSTRIAL Air Conditioning — Wiring — Alterations & Repairs PERRINE 12753 S. Dixie Hwy. Perrine CE 5-3616 MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ and Family Thomas Robert Jerry Wish Their Friends and Relatives a Happy Chanuka TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES RED ROAD GARAGE FRANK JACKSON BODY and FENDER WORK OUR SPECIALTY • COLLISION REPAIRS • 700 S.W. 57th Avenue Phone MO 1-724' TO OUR MANY FRIENDS SEASON'S GREETINGS J. L BARNES DIESEL INJECTION & ELECTRIC CO. GREETINGS ** TACKLE, Inc. ntablished 1920 124 ** 13* STtEIT L^OLESALE RETAIL """"* Equipment 3770 N.W. 38th Street DIESEL ENGINES OVERHAULED REBUILD POWER PLANTS Phone NE 4-5669 SEASON'S GREETINGS T. V. SCOTT LAND CLEARING COMPANY BULLDOZING EXCAVATING WRECKING CRANE SERVICE Phone PL 4-8733 LILY AN C0RTEZ WALLPAPER DISTRIBUTORS 3800 N. Miami Avenue Phone PL 8-8791, PL 8-8766 WALL-TEX SCRUBBABLE WALL CANVAS—Wall-Tex Is honestly tcru' bable. Smudges, fingerprints, grease spots wash off with soap and watt WALL-TEX is wonderful for steamy bathrooms. Perfect for kitchens, to and for any room in a home where there are active youngsters. "WALL-TEX Lasts for Years." To All Greetings • M. BROOKS %  !* BUT MMU fOK THE HOIIDAV StASON 3IIIAMKMt NURSERY 15721 M.W. 7th AVENUE Wl 7-6*7: 7143 N. Miami Are. GREETINGS .. % % % %  .% %  SUNILAND RADIO & T.V. SERVICE (Formerly Latta) To HOT. Your T.V. or Radio "Correctly Repaired. Honeetly Priced" Coll Suniland CK 5-1771 We SeD the Bee! and Service the Reit 11333 $o. M* Highway *"* F,fl Chanuka Greetings to All II AMI: la LEVITOIV PAN AM FOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY 4628 N.W. 36th AVENUE Iff NE 4-104 SETTLE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY, INC. mwntmma IN COMI SAMIS SINCE 2340 P.. D. l" IW. f !" Dtliver H MW HOLIDAY CEETINGS TO ALL LEAR PEST CONTROL ,0870 U. 6th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4963 or PL 9-2534



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1 Page 14-A +Jewlst> nt>rkRa*i LIOAL NOTICE Miami Beach Apt. Assn officers elected at a land, treasurer; Joseph Propper. board memmeeting last week are seated (left to right) ber; Meyer Teigman, second vice president; Frances White, first vice president; Eugene Sidney Rabinowitz. chairman of the board; Weiss, elected to a second term; Helen Sanand Irving Schateman. retiring board chaixders, secretary. Standing are William Copeman. Blank, Thurman to Lead 1960 CJA Continued from Pago 1-A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O? FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 59C10773 MAt'KI' i; k' iPI-KL an I I.KAH I'.XTIIKIl K hlK v ntlffa, COIJ2 mtl 1 ARM AN IJ J A \ NI ;TTHk I >• d NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN MORTOAOE FORECLOSURE WIT TO l> %  lli:<'l.< .SI. CHATTl'I. Molt Li \ •i,i: '.iikriou n. tOC, r> S. COl.K. are borohy notified tht a mil ,,r CompiHim to furevloae it eertala otaattel nxtiiKHioon Hi-rull.iHlnx dea. l.rc.p. ily. to-wll: All of the equipment, fixtures, furiilnhlnRK. anil Mipi.il. x hOTela now <-..nt.iii. an) • ivcrlns "alii huMm-aa eatal m or laraod to m.i i. %  %  iiii.iuiiin.nl f,, r M ,iii b neaa mtaMlahmt lit apacrflc i ,, ,,f Hi.' .hallels covered by axlri > ng rr r> • •otni.l;.lnt In Pa uhlrh et Itemised alatet IM to lor* IOM -ai.i niort *a*-r liai. been filed aaainM you ami >ou arc required In awv a OOB Anewer or Plea.Una to the Bill "t Complaint on lh< runtlffa attorNORMAN K BOI>)M<)N. Industries, years, America s Jews through the Road, \ ,. h Florida i rehabilitation programs. In 21 LCAl **0TlC| .in A 5 "ass IN %  ",., itej m %  nt n %  '"'• "'lail %  • I In th,I I Murri,t> ntaJna mill of HU |,| .-hallels .'. I.. Inr.-1..... 1 *" I llldl.. member of the Branch of Goodwill president of the Greater Miami pr ,„„|,. n ,,f National Brand-, and, UJA have helped to save millions 1 r-i..ri.i. and file the # ..ri„inai AI Jewish Federation. (i fu Indu ,trial Nationof lives-more than 2.700.000 men. £ aTc&uM -^SJSR b?f women and children. He hataken an active role in -1 Hank. lh,. Pac< Setters' Division of the Thurman is a vice president of 1'l. OIIIIK lii th.office, of Hi.. Clerk • •r the t'lrvult Court, on m befqri the llth day of Jsauary. 1M0. If )'i j fall to ii.. BO, Jmla-nient l.\ .lrfault In Israel alone, because of w "' '"* ••• aeainei roe, f.. r 1 Combined Jewish Appeal for two thl Grea uT M .. lml Jtw taj, Fe lerUJA'l help, more than 950.000. X '" h l "' ''"'" decades and has parlicipated acatlon anc j a member of the execu-jJews have found haven and the| Thl N'i<* "hnii be P -,iMi.h..> lively m 20 CJA campa.^ns. He is ive committee and board of govchance to build new lives since; ;" C JlalnTiif 7 Jr^ r iRrin7miutAM a member of the board of goverernors fie has been chairman of 1948. IXINE and ORDBKED at Miami, r.ors and the emewthra committee Fl ,|,. ration s community planning, _,„ riA rhai mon „ mr ho i,i AIT'^V.S 1 "" 7th "* y "' '"•" of FiHpr-ition and is will known 1 11" tJA chairmen emphasized •* %  • n cornm.Uee and budget committee. w ,. Hncsday that „ c combined as a Dusinesi executive, philanand has occupied lop eschelon poIhropist and civic leader. Blank ha* boon a trustee of the University of Miami since 1H-MI, and is a trustee and founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Ho has Mlniiis in the Combined Appeal campaign cabinet. Jewish Appeal also provides financial support to agencies in Greater Miami which affect the every-day K It I • rk. <"lr-ult I'.-urt, Daute County. 1-" (•^1) Ily: K M I.VMAN, Uy I'l.ik NORMAN I SOI-OVON -••v foi in.I'i n-.Mffa 1106 Lincoln Hoa.l, Suit. :i7 Thurman has been vice president living patterns of as many as %  *,-1 Miam, Beach is. Ft <>f (he Hilltl Foundation at the 000 Jewish persons annually. University of Miami and vice presIf/lt.lfl.ec 1 "Every Jewish family in Greater j Miami is served at one time or anhald important positions with tho „ient of the Bureau of Jewish EdDado County Reso.rch Foondautat.on He served as chairman of oJhVr'hMhVsV .JATg^d^TTiey the Senior Citizen Div.-ion of the hp ,_ ho lrnilhllw f miK h „ h nH lion, Rod Cross, and tho Crime Commission of Greater Miami. A regional award was presented to Blank by tho National Conference of Christians and Jaws. Last June, he received a citation hy 1'resident Kisenhower's Com mitlee on (employment of the Physically Handicapped. He is a board Welfare Plann.ng Council of Dade County. For more than 25 years. help the troubled family, the handIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47SSS-C IN M: Batata of JAY JACOB MAI. %  aed. NOTIC* TO CRED.TORS To All Cit-dltnra and All IVr-on* Havicapped worker, the youth and the aged. They stand ready to provide ha MCtnd actively in the fields of med i n \ ca re. religious education [" cui.no or Bmm**, Agmim* MHi social science and community „„ H >,„,_ f „, 1K „" „,,,„ .„ k t ." r and help tor those Who are in, You are hereby notified and requlrnced," the chairmen declared. welfare. OFEN 9 AM to 5 30 PM Appointment Ho was a president of tho Greater Boston Council of Jowish Confers and is a former official with tho U. S. Agriculture Department. Thurman was chairman of tho reliqicMjs school committee of Temple Israel. Ho is Beach itc Joins Insurance Firm ed to present any claim* md den h|i-h >..u may have aaralnat tbe eatat.of Jny Jac.li MarguhVa dr-reaaed lat. of Itade I la, to th. ty Judaea of Bade CoQBty, an I fll thp ultli. In their offlcea In 111. Bade 1 "ounty. Kl< rlda. within eliht calrmlnr month-. tba flr-i pubHi hereof, or the nm will he Itarred. JHA.NNKTTI itrlx IN THE COUNTV jua FLORIDA IN ?\x ... .... ,. No. 470l.r I-N I-1 h*tate of ',;' '' :, "uar NOTICE TO CB T All i• !ii,.r, .nd S ''"' %  "f U-nuM," ira hrreby rsaaatajfi 1 qav I"•• "1.IVERI late ..f iw, 1 Ida, 1 %  the Coast} J s County, an.! t\le the "ffli • In the C Dad. calendar months from tali il'Uratioa I will 1.. ban I'AVIIl RArHAR I'WIKI. NEAL in r-. I,v I>aniel ,1. UK *10 Alu Miami Irwins Beauty Salon 0 SPKAUST IN All TYPES PERMANENT WAVING, HAIR IINtlNG HAiR STYLING AND CUTTING Phone PI 7-7977 652 N.E. 125th Street NORTH MIAMI. FLORIDA Ted Cohen has joined the firm former president of tho Miami of Elliot K. Rose & Associates, life ,,N ;l: 'National Bank and is known insurance and estate planning con s isth street prominency in the banking and financial field. sultants, r e p r e seniing Seaboard !" -t. ... .. l Life Insurance The 21 t birthday of the Greater rjo. Miami Jewiah Federation coincides ^n alumnus of with the celebration this year of ^ e ij s \aval its najor bm*Heiarj. the United Academy at An Jewfa* Appeal, which in I960 Will napolis, Cohen mark its 21s! year of aiding J. ish men. aWlaaa, and ehildren through th. ir wja] |WMd rHitf ami ffOSMfff FOR All OCCASIONS WORLD FAMOUS ORANGE BLOSSOM BRAND Freshly-Squeezed Pure ORANGE JUICE and Fresh Fruit Salad Daily wholesale deliveries made to restaurants, coiiee shops, cafeterias, schools, etc. Ph. FR 3-7447 for immediate delivery 2700 N.W. 2nd Ave. Member Florida Restaurant Atss). moved to Miami Beach eight years ago. where h e became aetive in civic affairs. Miami iS. Florida lt/ll-tt.l/l-a Cohen is president of tho Ch/itan Club of Miami Beach, Prosidonfs Council, treasurer of tho U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Assn. of Miami, director of the local National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, past president of tho Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, and past tone commander of the Dado County Civil Defense Police. NOTICE UNDER riCTITIOUS NAME LAW N'lTH-K IS HKKKI.Y CIVEN that I. >l< BlrltlK 1.1 rllKUr III Ini-ln. unJ.T the flrtlti.ua iiHinr .-f KIT K AT INN at J701 N W. 17th eVIM, MI.IIIII Int.n-la t-i realater aald name unli ih.Clark ..f DM Clronll t'ourt ..f : nil, hlurlda. JAcgiEi-v.vi: KIT/>;I:K.\I.II Hole >v. IJER, a Utfl I i:..'ii • • -va fi.r A|.|.ll. ai.l 1S8 K.W. lat Areet IJM-. • NOTICE UNDfcR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NUTU'at IS HJEItKltV CIVEN that nm t" t-nvasr In i Ifualn i-la Int.-ml to r.*li-i.r al.l name with the Clark of thr li. "..urt ..( i la. I-AI!, IJOHN UAItVKI.I. •EM in; Hl.lr Miami AttoTateya for 'A' UulMora 1J/1S-I5.1/1-S IN THE COUNTV JUD IN AND FOR FLORIDA IN PR No. 4I17I.I IN RE r>Ute of l.KV \ 'iKEKXBaM I.. NOTICE TO CUB To All • .>:, and All line t'hiiiiiM or r>.-naidi J blale: are herrby aajr I maiala whi.h >u mr I I W" I.I... to th CiMU'.y Count; and file Ike in thf County calt-n.lar in.-iiih(n. tstf on hrrtot, I will I-I I V KENT, I MII.IJ1 Bli il.llnr NOTICE UNTICTITIOUS NASII H lIKREHir" -lMlrlaTt b Iff th it.insii aald natn. with th kaaftXAlDl GREETINGS NICHOLS HOUSE OF UPHOLSTERY MARINE UPHOLSTERING AUTO CAR TOPS 1860 79th Street UN 5-7772 NORTH BAY VILLAGE JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING t STORAGE Eat 1919 — Milo W. Bennett PIONEER MOVERS OF MIAMI BEACH 1126 WEST AVE. JE 1-3707 aae.a.i ... N THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV, FLORIDA IN PROBATE Cohen, who is an Elk. Mason. m ,., afctatTof'"* Civic Leaguer and member of the UKAKE Taxpayers' Assn., was recently elected nmiH,-nl rf v ? NOTICE TO CREDITOR* o I ,. f the Miami T.. All .-rmlltora MII.I AM lereon. H*VBeacn Noting Democrats '" %  I'loJma or iw>n.M> Acainat mua I Beta i In 1958 he received the Distinsjottfiad and requirLtllshed Sairvuxi A— A ." •••• %  • lreaent any clatme ami demands i„ i ^ Award as the mar have aaa'nat the oaOutMandme Young Man on Mi-1.""" "' III.XKK deoaaaod ami Beach'' fmm ih. i.. n ... "' '."'* %  H'^i.u. to the rhuaK.. n Junior .,,.. s j v „i crh „f j„| e i-omty, and tnamber of Commerce. rheir office in thr conen has offices in the Seaithin eiaht caimdar monthl>oard Ljfc Medical bldu „n th. i"'catk>n Miami aia. 5 Y? g U ,h *" 1 '" •>• harred. .niami side of Venetian Causeway WI WIM,IAM KKAKNS —— Admlnlatrator of the Rotate of LMACNOTICi ~|, aey %  • that NOTICE UNDID FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIi MI-n,r.n J ,en Y .,." „;--lv itiklln l- rkla rTwtl !*.!• '^A? 0 *^ '"•ult Court of ItAY A ••irr>e ?(W N.E. '"rant < ATO. t*.H, i/f-a-u It/lSta. 1/1-S NOTICE UNDER ^.^'CTITIOU* NAME LAW N"Tat'B IH IIKItKKT CIIVaaN tfcaU Sr"*'!?—. m *— "'• flctltooo name of W H .f JBJBRTANTIIJB Oft at IS i!I' ^1 ?* %  ,nt ito roaiater eald "*. -1h the tTerfc rf the CIrcuR Cort of I lade Uaiintjr. |*eanata. I.CM1IM StAOER WILOJAJ* aVVtWAstTS NOTICE lS0ta FICTITIOUS |^F .HI .. i. .I^rii IKW18H I. -l-l'll t al • nakl It of i^ H-rlda ,..„, ia/u-M. 1/1-• i NOTICE BY PUVtTl IN THE CIRCUIT COUJTJ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL"" E FLORIDA IN AND fl COUNTV. INJ CH No. S**'"*. MA i; WlUliMJ rial i JAMR8 II.LlAMS, ^""'^'I'T FOR DIVJ" TO; JAM wruwgi. 1 j. Hi M"* j I • 1 you. anrt yoo a "Jff^f % %  ?&&*{ itlas In f. "'"f?"* 1 r, ^.aal day .•' Jat'uar*. >". tak.-n aaaaw1 rf rf ea,h week jUl I)NH xS ",,'a this %  rircult I'-tirt. (aeal) m l_ orataMtAN*opu£ 2rt|WV.t tTa-lar-! Mtamt •^•psalsa* Atleraeya for raa—



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Page 16-C -JewlstncrkMain Judaism as Expressed in the Great Arts Continued from Pag* 7C built in this country a generation and more ago are in the main copies of older styles and are therefore not significant architecturally, we are now in the midst of creating an original, modern synagogue architecture in the United States. Perhaps the greatest example to date of contemporary artistic creativity in tbe erection of American synagogues is the new Temple Beth Sholom building in Elkins Park, Pa., designed by Prank Lloyd Wright, founder of modern architecture and the twentieth century's most celebrated architect. I have already written about it and will not attempt again to describe it here. It is an inspiring structure, and it wouldn't be a bad idea for Jewish groups who do not live too far away from the Philadelphia area, where the Wright synagogue is located, to arrange pilgrimages to it. There are other outstanding synagogue structures which have been erected in this country in recent years, syn agogues which I haven't visited ;i1 did \i-'t the Wright temple, but which. I am'told, are very impressive—such as the temple erected by Eric Mendelssohn in Cleveland and several of the synagogues designed by Percival Goodman in various parts of the country. These too might be visited by groups who do not live too far away. Very much has been written, many opinions have been expressed on the subject of the relationship of art to religion. But I think we can all agree that the relationship is an intimate one. One miy adopt the quite modern view of "art for art's sake" and at the same time acknowledge that art can behas in fact for many ceotnries boon, a devoted servant of religion, of groat hole in enhancing the emotional significance of religious faith. Christianity, even Protestant Christianity—to say nothing of the Catholics — has recognized this and made use of art for its purposes, to its own great advantage. Judaism in America today is not so strong that it can afford to disdain the great services which great art on the Jewish theme (not exactly, to be sure, Jewish art) could bring to it. Chanuka and Victory Over Odds Continued from Pago 11C of gifts, and lasts a long time— these are elements which everyone accepts with pleasure. During the past decade I have found, like Herman Wouk, that many friends, previously unacquainted with and indifferent to, Jewish history, have come to me using Chanuka as the starting point for their queries. Perhaps this is indicative of a powerful story's tug. It may have more meaning than the communal, or family Seder, and the thoughtful and cleansing Rosh II a s h o n a and Yom K.ppur. It is a human taleand the legends are peopled by heroes, and battles and wars and feats ot daring — and triumph. Chanuka, then, has emerged as one of American Jewry's most significant and joyou holidays. And it probably will remain that way for generations to come. Judah Maccabeus: Guerilla Continued from Pag* IOC stood up to such powerful forces as the Egyptians. Hittites. Babylonians, Assyrians, Greeks and Romans. Jewish tactical formations were copied by the Romans. The Hebrew King, Uzziah. believed in research and development. His laboratories invented the first engines of war. This took place 500 years before Philip of Macedon. King Uzziah instituted the general staff concept, inte grated campaign strategy, and the use of uniform military equipment. Joab's method of attacking fixed fortifications was imitated much later when Titus besieged Jerusalem. The Jewish concept was that a good offense makes the best defense. Recent victor ies of the Israeli Army have HOLIDAY GREETINGS THE C. IN. KISTLEH COMPANY duPONT BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA PkM m 4-5154 Lowest Monthly Payment in This Area on Homo Loans LOWEST RATES No Mortgage Insurance Charge SEASON'S GREETINGS BUI WHIPPLE LANDSCAPING • CHINCH BUG Control • LAWN MAINTENANCE • LAWN SAND • FERTILIZER (will spread) • TREES-SHRUBS Serving Gables To Cutler Ridge PH. CE 5-0559 borne this out. .Modern guerrilla warfare has been waged by groups like the Partisans in Yugoslavia and the Fidel Castro movement in Cuba. The basic principles of such campaigns were anticipated by that guerrilla genius, Judah Maccabeus, the first commando. HOLIDAY GREETINGS Albrizio Hats Designed ior You Your Material or Ours Custom Made Millinery Graylnn Hotel 132 S.E. First Avenue Phone FR 4-5179 Miami Fla. TNI MIRACLI WIDOI Overhead Door Company of Miami Inc. Miami 38. Florida SALE • SERVICE INSTALLATION 7501 N.E. 3rd Place Telephone PL 8-5513 1925 S.E 6th Ave.. Ft Lauderdale. Ha.. JAckson 2-3092 To All Happy Holidays A. S. JONSON LABS.. INC. PLASTIC EYES. PLASTIC EARMOLDS. SMALL PLASTIC OBJECTS COSMETIC DENTISTRY (Plastic. Gold. Steel) Pacific Building Phone FR 4-6686 Best Wishes for A Happy Holiday EQUIPMENT RENTED EXCAVATING & GRADING BRANSFIELD & WHITE INC. ROCK — ROADS — PILL 18529 W. Dixie Hwy. OJUS WI 7-9941 GREETINGS... KALIF PLUMBING SERVICE. INC. INSTALLATION and ALTERATION COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL SERVICE PI 7-4392 8622 N.W. 22nd Av. Miami# ^ Whn In Sarch For Definitely fe^ Furniture and Home Furnishings At Reasonable Prices Remember The Name WOODRUM'S ONE OF FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND HOME FURNISHERS AIR CONDITIONED NORTHEAST SECOND AVE. AT SEVENTY-THIRD STREET MIAMI Phone PI 4-1625 MUGGE'S RESTAURANT. INC fORFMfOOD comtuDium "THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ... AT REASONABLE PRICES" ALSO A LA CAffTE MHU AMPLE FREE PARKING — AIR CONDITIOie 1818 N.W. 36* St. I Best Wishes for A Happy Chanuka MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. $ Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz Mr. & Mrs. David Rabinowitt Mr. & Mrs. Morris Rabin:*!* Mr. & Mrs. Sol TO ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT BREAKFAST Music 153 N.E. 1st Street LUNCHEON Air Conditioned 7 AX to 2 A*j Closed Sunday Phone PR 4-4733 M BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY | Paul Faske NEW A Y UNIFORM & TOWfl SUPfW & TO All MEETINGS amm 20th STRKKT BAMM 211 • 2trh STttIT



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"•Jewish Flaridian 33 — Number 52 C-U*g l JEWISH Win d T HE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, December 25, 1959 Four Sections SAM BLANK World Bank OK For $55 Million Assist to Nasser JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire WASHINGTON—The World Bank Tuesday officially announced that signatures have been affixed to an agreement under which the United Arab Republic will be loaned $56.5 million to improve the Suez Canal. \m Blank, Harold Thurman Will iad '60 Combined Jewish Appeal two of Miami's top civic and business leaders have been appointed chairmen of the 1960 Combined Appeal, it was announced Tuesday by Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fedi, at a meeting of Federation's board of governors. Sam Blank and Harold Thurman will lead the community's 21st annual fund drive for support of some 56 local, national, and overseas welfare isted Ex-Nazi Teacher ilayed in Citizenship Try EW YORK—


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Page 10-D +Je*ls*nurMk*n 2S=*^, ssffisss ;.SS.>22# I I I II To All ... Season's Best Wishes i Tomato Corporation Tomatoes, Packing & Shipping 1040 East 26th Street HIALEAH, FLORIDA NOW OPEN LAGOON RESTAURANT AND BAR finest Steak — Chops — Sea food Choice Liquors — Wines — Beer 488 SUNNY ISLES BLVD. (163rd St.) 1 1 th Season at the Bridge Phone North Dado Wl 7-6661 Miami Beach, Florida •-: TO ALL GREETINGS FROLSON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY COMMERCIAL — INDUSTRIAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 5900 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY Phone MO 5-2651 To All Greetings HORLAMUS FOOD PRODUCTS BREAD PACKED IN TIN — HOME-TYPE BREADS "HORLAMUS PURE RYE BREADCOOKIES PACKED IN TIN — "HORLAMUS PURE COOKIES" 421014 LAGUNA ST. CORAL GABLES Pkao* HI 3-2172 on irivoi Marrrlla I pholnWring Shop Sliptmnn •>•• %  a frp—fc Cerates* %  isslaars to — „ mUhmt Owr MhrW SIM *.. It* STtKT MOM m ,.„„ • ifirnii Hastings Trim Shop NO—i Mwlstiiaas, Track SMt (mn mi Tats USI N.W. 7* AVWW HWOIlW GREETING8 THE LEVIN FAMILY Ri>hi> Plumbing Sapplv. Inc. NEW AND USED PLUMBING SUPPLIES 1118 N.W. 27th AT* Tsisphoavs NE 4-4537 MlamL no. SEASONS GREETINGS PARAMOUNT CLEANERS SMciAuim m rAftotme AM conooi HAM aorou 1753 CORAL WAY PHone HI The Passage of Time and Tale of a (J Continued fram Pas* -*> Bialik House in Tel Aviv. At Kfar Menasche Home for the Aged, in the library, stands ths most ingenious clock creation of Mr Meiman, his "Clock of Peace.** Twenty-four times a day. every day in the week, the Prophet Isaiah's dream for the peace of mankind is symbolically repeated when this clock strikes the hours of the day. The Clock of Peace was Nutated shortly before the second World War. The clock chime* the hour in two repetitive notes that stand for the two syllables of the Hebrew word fr peace, "Shalom." At the same time, the mechanism performs the oldest rite of disarmament: Two small silver swords are rhythmically beaten into miniature shapes of plowshares and pruning hooks against the background of the messianic message: "Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither, shall they learn war any more" (Isaiah 11:2). President Roosevelt's antiwar declaration of September, 1938 is inscribed in it side by side with the verse from Isaiah. The idea of peace, incorporated into the clock by various symbols, is a universal one, but the key that sets it going is inscribed: "The Magen David Adorn has presented the Levontin A. Bravery to a kibbutmik and an Israel Arab KhaS • Khalil (center), of Abu Rabi'a tribe, saved three Israeli ler trapped in last winter's Negev floods. The thi, Yaacor Aviexer (right), won the award for resoiino P*l Pavel (left) from a flooded Negev wadi A. C. ALLYN & CO. MEMBERS Of NEW VOBK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE (ASSOCIATE) MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE INVESTMENT SECURITIES Chicago New York Boston Miami Beach Federal Bldg. UNCOIN D AT WASHINGTON AVI. Miami Beach SO, Fie. JEffarson 8-4731 T Land of Israel." The clock has no are we and what is the %  numbers, but the clock's hands life?" pursue symbols indicating grace. "This is the question compassion and other concepts been constantly in an leading finally to peace, where the since the beginning of W number 12 would be. The hands on earth. Mr Meimin tL themselves are also symbols. The and as a believer he taM minute hand is Torah, and the answer by enclosing ISMI hour hand Work, because Mr. Ifeithe shape of the Titles fT man feels that "our ideas move Law. with the First Coma faster than our capacity to. fulfill featured prominently. them." When he came to Israeli Each time the two hands meet he w accepted it the ball they form the Star of David. At I ? ge ; but f0UDd !" !" **m the center of the clock, two small the loss th f cloct globes revolve; one represents the !" nc rl f l d and ,boroa *' earth, aed the other asks: "Who the Malb n organuauon. Mr.1 man's clock was finally, France last year and FINE FURNITURE AND CABINETS MAM TO ORDER ALL KINDS AND GtADCS Of PLYWOOD CUT TO ORDER PLYWOOD CENTER 180 N.W. 25th Street Phono FR 3-6583 Israel. Mr. Meiman hail new man and is contest i cause he is able to devote his I to the care of his clock, at I only remaining family. Ht | \-<* fe and iwo daughters is Ail invasion of Para and


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Pag 12-C +Jeisiitkx-Mk*n Friday, BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA >.• NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES MAIN OFFICE 151 S.W. 27th AVENUE Branches: Huntinglcn Medical Bldg. Phone HI 4-1601 Fort Lauderdale CHANUKA GREETINGS TRI-CITY ELECTRIC CO. INC. 2900 N.W. 7th STREET Phone NE 4-8566 INDUSTRIAL • RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INSTALLATIONS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS LAN6F0RD BLDG. 121 SX lsl STREET MIAMI Phoee FR 3-2933 M. M. Mixed, Mgr. Specialists In Window and Jalouilo Eitflneerinf — Tool., Jit., Pixtur.,, AuttiMtic Equipment. Special Machinery ACME DIE & SUPPLY CO. 3754 N.W. 80th Street Hialeah. Florida JACK YODER 1148 E. 26th Street OX 14612 LEW HUCKLEBERRY FOB REST AND RELAXATION AT YOUR FAVORITE FURNITURE STORE E. B. MALONE MATTRESS CO. TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA So & L FIXTURE COMPANY CAIIN8IS ST Cwft Mode Woeses Sieve ftrfwej 685 W. 25th Street, Hialeah NE 4-6881 MIAMI DANCrMG SHOE COMPANY f <•• rn i. not COMPLETE LINE PROFKMIONAI. A STUDS** ? SEASON'S GREETINGS 12th Avf. ronimemit\v Market WE NEVER CLOSE CORNER 121h AVENUE and 7th STREET. N.W. — MIAMI. FLA. For the first time, the New York Board of Education has named a school for a Zionist leader. The school, now under construction in New York City, is named for the late Henrietta Szold (1860-1945). founder of Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organisation of America, and first administrator of Youth Aliyah, international agency for the rescue and rehabilitation in Israel of homeless Jewish children. At recent cornerstone setting ceremonies are (left to right) Dr. Jacob Greenbera superintendent of schools; Mis. Cohen, Hadassah s national chairman; Charles H. Silver % %  New York Board of Education; IJi Freund, national president of Mm Saul Kate, chairnxa Month." The ceremonies daseah drive for 10,000 new Greater New York area. Court Opinion: Today's Chanuka A Happy Chanuka to All M. Glenn Turtle e %  USMBS NfSOtANCf SPKIAUST e 1121 Biscoyne Boulevard Phone FR 7-1761 Continued from Paoo tC property. Appellee says that under the by-laws, as amended, stipulating as the sole condition to membership good moral character of the applicant, the appellants had applied for membership and in good faith had been rejected. It appears to us to be perfectly clear that wben appellants Harris bought the land ia question. the restriction, if ralid, would preclude them from purchasing the property or frem ever ocTO ALL GREETINGS BONAEM Cromrtivs CRANE SERVICE, INC. CONCRETE HOISTING TIE BEAM MURING 2872 N.W. 34th Street NE 3-2444 PfOawT coevrfoes PftSONaU HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL EMERSON & GARDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. SERVICE PLUS QUALITY WORKMANSHIP "Large or Small Job* — Estimates Free" 4511 N.W. 7th St. HI 4-9081 HOLIDAY GREETINGS AMERICAN -MARIETTA Concrete Products Division Masorocfwefs of Prectut Codjcrefe Preefscft 1S2SSTItUNGR0A0 P.O. Bex 215, 3ANI>V FUNH0A WAbesh 2-1472, 2 1318 and MIAMI FR 1-0150 %  Ik" ASEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS BLWayiM* KLWt rir Cm. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami nun, *R a-usi SEASON'S MEETINGS ~ 24 „ „ ^ACH BOWLING CENTfl OMNJOWIING Ot MNVAIf FASTIS HKi 'ASKING UN 54571 cupying it. We ttt %  fail that the renrdak itself merely rteaird] ship in the corpontisj| it is impouiblt to 1 specific requ laws that in order1 member of the must be a CaecasWi innocent of say priar t of a felony. Co Mr. Harris, bdnr i not possibly beconti of the corporation 1 isling by-laws. 1st dentally, clearly 1 that the areviaoa ons has no nuterJaajl we do not discuss It I Rtttrtiab I We are tans 1 twentyfi?e-yeer nant, the effect d prohibit the paucy of describa)! Jew. Until Hay I, I tions of this natntil ally considered by I courts to be nbjedl ment by judicial significant date 1st' HOLIDAY BmtU IAII im 5775 tW.* I rasas *•: A Happy Chanuki< Our Friends and I KAIUO ITU ALTOkt? Phone V C'aVl MOW* 1 ewtf UOi NX** 1 Good Sincere The DADE INSlKAKa RALPH D



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December 25. 1959 Hf^Mricrldian Page 7-D w %  %  -. '— %  ." %  ***—* **•* %  > > / r *^*-' %  ** &^^^?*, %  *V'Z" % %  % %  :$< %  of the now 326-seat auditorium, connecsessions Th B !" -„ T""—"* ^* to the Surgery Department by closed cirlie meetina nLJf!" W ^ aho 8erve as a pubie 'Good Right Arm' of Sinai Pathology tcupying an entire wing of (new Ml. Sinai Hospital is the lology Department distribu| in a series of 17 rooms and es with a surface of 7,500 _re feet, fchind the word "Pathology," ttions a enmplex organization ph in 1958 performed over J individual tests, according pr. Jerome Benson, director Jie department. In a bigger | Sinai, and as a result of the T-ending progress of medi|, this number will be vastly ded in the years to come. p-i'lethe L'roup of scientists i perform their scientific inkationss in these' surround| is a man whose responsibilJ include administrative direclof the laboratory's School of peal Technology, ordering of Continutd on Page 11-D equipment and supplies mainfo nance and trouble shooting"on the "* f StUdy a d examina vanous electronic and automatic in thc s P eeia 'ty of medical laboratory instruments, scheduling of daily work hours, vacations, emergency situations, planning for expansion and development of laboratory procedures, the immediate handling of vari ous personnel problems which may arise, and the maintenance of quality control of laboratory procedures. Joan T. Thomas, technical supervisor of the Pathology Laboratories of Mt. Sinai Hospital, typifies the "good right arm." A graduate of the Roosevelt University in Chicago (1949), Thomas then achieved certification or official recognition of his training in medical technology after successfully completing a rigorOur Pleasure Is Serving You with Quality Workmanship and Materials Greetings... NED'S PLASTERING CO. NED WALL 355 West 29th Street Phone MU 1-6171 Hialeah, Florida lr Conditioning Heating SALES end SERVICE COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL SAM L HAMILTON, INC. ENGINEERS CONTRACTORS MUELLER QIMATROL N.W. 17th AVENUE NE 5-4416 MEETINGS TO ALL M. S. ALLEN Funeral Home SERVICE AND DIGNITY 1744 N.W. 3rd AVENUE nr i-t343 ^INGS TO ALL JfccHii DAVIS. mt\ C owti actors POLE SETTING SPECIALISTS 1 W NJ. 75Hi SHEET PL 1-4529 I


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Page 10-A +Jels*rhrkflan Left to right are Morris Greibel, JWV Florida Department commander; Sidney Horn, second junior vice commander, Irving Steinberg, Florida commander; Bernard Abrams, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States; Melvin Morris, Florida senior vice commander; Ralph Grossman, first junior vice commander; and Leon Silverman, Florida quartermaster. JWV National Commander Says Defense Groups Should Leave Work to Yets Jewish War Veterans National Commander Bernard Abrams, of Jersey City. N.I was m Miami I.is: Sun i i\ to address a quarterly meting Of the JWV Department of Florida. AbraJBl touched on a wide range of issues, including the recent Renault withdrawal from Israel and the Brown and Williamson BritishAmerican Tobacco Company "bow to Arab blackmail." Th# French auto firm last month shut down its operations j in Israel, frankly announcing that it had dona so at a result of Arab pressure, and currently plans to open a new factory in igypt. "With full appreciation of the friendly rail between Israel and France at this moment we are taking Heiault Dauphme dealers across the nation, many of whom ire Jewish, to advise their Pan ,'i France that in the Uniti feel hbcklisttold the Em; iiat "we are th< comrades inarms ot other organizations" from whom "we receive complete recognition." Abrams also criticised well-meaning professionals of other Jewish ItfaasM n an n i ea who try to make tha same approach." The JWV commander declared that in matters of anti-Semitism, "we and we alone can approach the most powerful groups in the nation — the veterans' organizations. Without' meaning to be critical," Abrams continued. "professionals in lay civic defense organizations must realise that they can not get the same reception that is given to an organization considered as 'comrades-in-arms'." The JWV, he continued, "could do | much better job" if the other defenae organizations "would leave our type of defense work to us. even though we arc a volunteer organization and do not see* funds for this activity." Abrams also told the depart i ment meeting that national JWV i would convene in Miami Beach in 1960. Some 10.000 delegates from posts throughout the nation are ex pec ted to attend. Opera Guild Of CREVTEK MIAMI prrvnff La (iior-onda By Ponrhirlli Dade County Auditorium Jan. 25 aod fan. 30 Miami Beach Auditorium Jan. 27 Coalition Proposes Total Disarmament New Program JERUSALEM-(JTA)-A wide-ranging program for the new Israel government, which included a proposal to the Arab states for full d* armament and abolition of armed forces in Israel and the Arab slate* approved by Israel's Parliament this week. The significant change* and addi.—included a new agreement i .1 _. on the doctrine of Cabinet ,llcll, J' s '* led ,h,t ,he 'mplementa live 1 ility. requiring auto """' t llc "Uonal water program matic resignation of am Minister W "? ? Decded U P "d the pro w against a governmenl JTfl^isSS 52K Hivn wller %  ill l0 'he Negcv would be expedited. Eileen Karrell Soprano. Mill iipiilMae Smporud br ri.rl.no Labo. Francaa BlbU, Nlrola Mo* m rnv^ DID. nint. •ana. Caun BartUlU. TteaaU — tuetars) MM U SIM tut #*_ *a*.Ufiaai, Bl riSs CarMlfl tart Ska*, n S-S1I3: Uar SkM. Fl I Base* i tt n mtm M i4Tii Bbaau Baatk BSSM. Bltt* assert Mart Bl listl art N -MSi Sasn trtl t.e ant Beat. ft I IIU. CM Mtm. an ra The program expressed support for every step toward general world disarmament and abolition of all armed forces with effective international controls. The program proposed that until such world disarmament was carried &f the Israel government would offer to the Arab countries an agreement leading to full disarmament and abolition of aimed forces in Israel and the Arab states,'on condition there would be constant free mutual inspection and that 1 neither borders nor sovereignty would bo affected. Israel will propose to al. countries the expansion of the tenyear-old armistice agreements by non aggression pacts providing also for cessation of all political, military and economic acts of ho* tility. The program reiterated that Israel would not be a party to nor support any aggressive alliance and would strive for friendly relations with all countries without j regard to their internal regimes. In economic areas, the program 1 was the same as that of the prior I The new government program ,also contained a promise of increased effurls to bring in Jews from "countries of distress, both in Europe and in Afro-Asian coun tries, and 0 provl l4 r all newcomers -till Usjrtus] ln transl centers. The program also pledged: • 'Loyal support of the world Zionist movement" in accordance with the law on the status of the movement. • Free high school for children of poor families and graduated tui J">n fees in high schools for the well off. No change was contemplated in the relation of state Arab ai ? d rcll & !" Education for "Jew ish consciousness" will be continued in the public schools. • Expansion of health insurance to the entire population by a guarantee to every Israoli of the right to join any existing %  ** %  A special committe. will be sot up to provide alternate methods for those unwilling "9 to join existing health insurance programs. • Continuation of security maas — -_...; ., UMl OI iac pnor —Ms.ii ui ecvuruy maas government, particularly in noting ures Particularly continued mill that the cost of living allowance Ury K ve !" nent in border areas ..... %  .... DODUlatAH n>n..l.. V.. .. system would be retained. For the first time, also the program exTRAIL THEATRE 1713 S.W. tlfc STRBT • C OtAl Am Oft* IMS fan NOW SHOWING! 2 NEW HITsT THE THREE STOOGES In Their First Full-Length Feature! It's A Riot! HAVE ROCKET. WILL TRAVEL" CLIFF ROBERTSON • GIA SCALA "BATTLE OF THE CORAL SEA" II Populated mostly by Arabs, which • required by the hostility of the neighboring Arab states. Such stneted by examining each case in terms of national security. • Construction of new roads and expanded electrification m the rural areas. The new government also promised that drafting of b „ ic £JJ. intended to form Israels perm.m-nt constitution would be wanPleted during the new government. four-year term of office ,£ hat the new law. would ensure the freedom and equality of all citiNoted Zionist To Speck Here Moans Schnnfeld. of New York City, national chaimian hf the UN affair, rommitl >f the Zionist Organization of America, will be 'guest speaker ai a meeting of oh, Luncheon Club of the Miami Beach Zionist District Wednesday noon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Josh Rep. hun, chairman, said Schonfeld will discuss "Behind the Scene with Israel at the UN." In add'tion to his UN activities Schonfeld is president of the Man hattan chapter of the American Friends of the Hebrew Universit) and a director of its national board He is vice chairman of the UN conference of non-governmental organizations, literary and drama editor of "Ught" magazine, and uihor of "Mark of the Swastika." Also on the Wednesday program will be a current events report by Dr. Abraham Wolf son, arfd community singing led by Jacob FishChatwka Pona^, k: ""'-'arten. .J T S IV" P rps nt a fZaiK | Young Israel, £&* '" sh( 'fin Stauber %  ?" £ a n,, M "-R.DBa,*, j children fortm^J "^ <" last J Sch "l Was ?** Trysting Place.AaJj P.1.0. v.hichviasdifta ''•"> Hurwick Man : Vickie Aln,rt.Evi,Li fe*tz and Fred j,g| This is ibet^j izth seasun for tot m Zionist District LuscbiL Al Ossip is presideEtsfl trict. COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE^ the SOCIETY OF THEATRE ARTS EVES. EX. MON : 8:30 SUNDAYS: 7:30 p.m. 35O0 MAIN HIGHWAY MATS, wan GEORGE S. ENGLE and OWEN PHILLIPS frasBnf A WORLD PREMIERE OPINING TUESDAY, DEC. 29 m II DENNIS IS0BEL KING ^ ELSOM "COME TO THE DANCr by Nellise Child ALSO STAMJNG IRENE CASTLE Directed by Owm Phillips PUYH0USE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL lOUKj LUNCHEONS • DINNERS • SOFPtDS • C


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Page 6-C +Je*l$titkrldkMn Fri HI MM '— %  • 1 — — %  %  *' !> %  %  %  %  %  HAPPY HOLIDAYS ... SANITARY LINEN eft SERVICE CO. in W1-WJ %  % %  I l „ Florida Court Opinion: Today's Chanuka Tjfc The story of Chanuka is a story ot Jewish heroism on the field of battle. It is a story of man's first struggle in the name of religises fp freedom. Many are the modern battles waged for the same high purpose. This nation, dedicated to the proposition that man has an inherent right to privacy of con. science and spiritual life, is frequently besmirched by those who would have it another way. The by now famous B. J. Harris case, in which Mr. B. J. Harris, of Sunset Island No. 2, Miami Beach, fought for the right to build a home and live there, is a singular illustration of man's eternal struggle for decency in the face of bigotry. Harris purchased land on Sunset Island No. 2 several years ago, began to put up a house, and was promptly challenged by the association on the basis of the fact that he was not both "white and Gentile." After long and hard-fought Litigation, the Florida Supreme Court on April 8, 1959. upset a Dade court ruling, and upheld Harris' right to live on the island, striking down the Property Owners' restrictive covenant. The B. J. Harris case again made news on Dec. 2, 1959, some IN TM SUP*iME COURT Op-etOtie-,, JANUARY TIRM, AD. 1959 JHARIttS-eeaMHWtBWnUtETSriBs why Appellants, v* SUNSET ISLANDS PROPF.RY OWNERS INC Appellet. %  CASI NO. W.435 DADE COUNTY Opinion filed April 8, 1939 Heri 0 U, Jud1:. a, *-*• CiTCOit C m f Dade <*i L,w^ y ^ro?A?^.L c uman Mari n %  %  *. Paul 4 Sana. D. P. S. Paul and Francis w. sami, f* ( Compliments of MR. AND MRS. SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL three weeks ago. The court, in a unanimoua opinion, reaffirmed its original decision, thus setting aside the association's appeal to exclude Jewa from Sunset Island No. 2. Chanuka is a fitting period to read this glowing Supreme Court opinion, which originally affirmed Harris* civil rights under the Constitution of the United States. • e e Appellants Harris, who were defendants below, seek reversal of a decree of the Chancellor affirming the validity of certain covenants restricting the sale and occupancy of land. We are called upon to determine whether the covenants in question can be enforced In view of the provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States prohibiting state action which denies equal protection of the laws. Mr. and Mrs. Harris purchased a lot in a subdivision known as Sunset Islands in Dade County. At the time of the purchase there was of record certain restrictive covenants affecting the sale and GREET! NGS BILL AUSTIN FORD. W. s w a m TR/UM-M vAures uror "WI AfftKMTf 3MlN.W.27ltA FOR SSIVKB 54311 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES N UNIVERSITY HOME* CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 5025 S.W. Wed A "r* Pbeae MO S-1663 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA W iJAAiX Miami Joi AW Fronton W201 —-" """ %  %  %  %  %  % %  S2C %  — — GREETINGS TO ALL ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC. Faehioe hion fid,, m j^fct Cowrt t mi^DSHip not SR% INC. 747 LINCOLN ROAD"* V""^ jKfT -^^^ occupancy 0 f the Among these were the I "2OWNERSHIP. No tfj •ny part thereof) shin %  conveyed or leased to not a member in good | of Sunset Islands Owners, Inc., i Floridi L. ration, provided, hownetl nothing in this coveninC'I tained shall prevent ij poration a majority i* stock in which is members in good Sunset Islands Property |„ ers, Inc.. from owning crl ing any such property "3. OCCUPANCY No at] any part thereof) shall hi j or occupied by anyone member in good Sunset Hands Pn ers. Inc. The provisions | covenant shall not bona fide domertie domiciled on the where they are Similar restrictions of the property in the i and it was provided Qtat I should remain in full foree.i 1S71. When appellant Hind] chased the land the by! appellee Sunset Islands! Owners, Inc. contait sion which in sum no member of the would, prior to the yetr 1 or lease any property inj division to any person "D.1 Caucasian race, or who k.l Gentile, or who has beeal ted of a felony ..." tV I further provided that ground upon which u> lessee of property on sami may be denied meajh this earpention shall 1 applicant is not a BEST WISHES' THE HOSC •JaTff'tffM SSSS Coral Wr •- Figurines Rastotsd Antiques • tylfo' %  A Happy Chanuka *J Our Many Friend* and RIVIERA 47St U M l-ssei \> CHANUKA nA i3& 24-Hour Rood Sarw FBMlSt-r iseo w,



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age 6-A +Jewlst>ncricMan 3randeis University Club of Greater Miami will herald the approaching observance of the university's 12th year by sponsoring a series of lectures to be given by Brandeis faculty members beginning Jan. 9 in the Saxony hotel. Pictured are irst vice president Harold Turk (left) reviewing plans for the eries with club president. Dr. Stanley Frehling. as construeon executive Ernest Janis. also a vice president, and Morris Goldin secretary, look on. Turk and Frehling are Brandeis "ellows. while Janis is the only Florida member of the Presiient's Council, a national leadership and advisory body aidng in the development of the Waltham, Mass.. institution. Other officers not shown, but participating in the planning, are •ice presidents Sidney Ansin, Charles Fruchtman, Albert I. acobs, Jack Leonard, Harold Thurman. and Carl Weinkle. \lso. Mortimer E. Wlen, treasurer, and Sidney M. Schwartz, mancial secretary. Civil Rights Expert To Speck Here Dr. Leonard W. Levy. Guggenheim Fellow and nationally prominent authority on civil liberties and civil rights, will address the Branded I'nivcrsity Club of Greater Miami on Saturday evening, Jan. T, at the Saxony hotel. Dr. Stanley Frehling, president, and Harold Turk, first vice president, announced that Dr. Levy's lecture will be first in a series by Brandeis faculty members in observance of the university's coming 12th anniversary. The series will be limited to club members and their quests, and will include audience participation. First incumbent of the Earl Warren Chair in American Constitutional History at Brandeis, Dr. Levy was appointed associate ^••n of the faculty and dean of the graduate school in 1958. He is also director of the Brandeis University Summer Institute on I Contemporary American Civilization. Prior to his Brandeis appointment in 1951, he was a research assistant at Columbia University, where he received his degree*. DR. UONAID LIVr MEN TO TEL AVIV This Is Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee fear, and a golden opportunity for you to enjoy flying at its finest. KLH will speed you non-stop across the Atlantic on a luxurious, fourengine DC-7C (Kosher foods available on all flights). Then go direct to Tel Aviv. Or turn your trip into a grand tour with the KLM stopover plan. Visit London, Paris, Brussels, Vienna, Rome, and a host of other historic cities—at no extra cost! Round trip to Tel Aviv: 1047.70 Economy. $1,396.80 Fi*-t Class. Service from Houston and New York, too. See your travel agent or -all KLM: Columbus Hotel, 306 V.E. First Street, Miami, Florida. FRaaklia 344M. Dr. Levy is author of "The Law of the Commonwealth." published by the Harvard University Press in 1957. and in 1960 the same press will publish his new book, "Legacy of Suppression: Freedom of Speech and Press in American History." Dr. Levy is now also preparing a history of the origins of the Fifth Amendment's protection against the right of sclf-incrimination. •W.ary Get*,,. Jold wh r*oorUdh i Zt nr ; ^fl the cargoes w (T J£H Paid for l>y foreign M tne cargo left HaifaTj he Astypafe, JfT Haifa and therefore 2 erty„fi. rilf .| o rofinT a M Prime Minister DirfJ Gunon, hoarse with \ull tended the Knesset duSi and look the oath of 1 I Prime Minister and Defense. After preset !" new In,-party CatoetS ?• %  Be: Zvi Wedne.diJ Prime Minister was scii leave for vacation at a |2j "' le" his home auk. irhenj he yi confined for two week. J severe (old. to present ajj coalition to the Knesset f not sta> i. r the debate ml 33 vote of confidence Chanuka Chocolate Boxes NEW YORK — Equal parts of sentiment and symbolism are the twin themes in a variety of chocolate and novelty gift selection.; for Chanuka. now featured at all i Barricini Candy Shops in Greater miam OlSC JOfiey ft New York. Philadelphia. Washing ton. D.C.. and Boston. Reflecting the joyous spirit of the Jewish holiday, the packages are brilliantly decorated in traditional and modern designs. The packages may be ordered by mail by writing Barricini 's, New York. Miami disc jorkey AJ; has been named to tat; Disc Jockey committee Iff] 1960 Heart Fund eampts^j Robert J Houcek, presided Heart Assn. of Greater kaal announced here. Bus Service Comes to Close The opening of the Julia Tuttle Causeway will both open and close an era for Temple Israel of Greater Miami, as the discontinuance of its courtesy bus from the Venetian Causeway was announced this week. With the "T" bus from Miami Beach now bringing passengers to the corner of NE 2nd ave. and 19th st.. the need for picking up worshippers at the Venetian Causeway, formerly the closest stop, has been eliminated. Cooperation in lending buses for this purpose was received in the I past from Johnny and Mack, the Home for the Aged, and the Jewish Community Center. 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[December 25, 1959 LEGAL NOTICE J NOTICE UNDER ITITIOUS NAME LAW is IIEKBHY GIVEN that ,| ii. .]. desiring to enir;imIn imes .,r EKV ENTERPRISES, i.rc kl Ci i.. LUCK V AMTSE LUCKY CIGARETTE ..ii 41 n s \v 8th Avelor said names ;, of the Circuit I'ourt of %  niy, i i'>ri iltious name of in AND II' BTOH | \ W. 3rd Avcnup, Miami. ji.mis tn register said n %  rk "f the Circuit Court of Florida, sl'RTSHIN, Sole Owner 11 IIITNBR [for Sole Owner [.I.i r.iiiuiiiiK Florida 12/11-18-25,1/1 NOTICE UNDER ITITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that .1. desiring to engage in [under the fictitious name of JAUN BAR at 7306 Bird liiiiii. Fla Intends to re\ name with the Clerk of the burt of Bade County, Florida. I \| K A. HIIJAC Sole Owner & GARS fur Applicant t lat St. 12/11-18-25. 1/1 NOTICE UNDER riTIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that signed, ili-slrlna; to engage In %  under the fictitious namof IN PRECISION ENdRAV[Jiaile County, Fla., Intends >r said name with the Clerk cuit Court of Bade County, UKEN, INC.. a Fla. Corp. Sole Owner BFRONSON \ppllcant ru> Trust Bid*-. 12/11,-18-25, 1/1 riCE TO CREDITORS COUNTY JUDGES' COURT ID FOR DADE COUNTY, 3RIDA IN PROBATE, No. 47765-A [ESTATE OF TtlUERITB LORETTA fill.P. Deceased lltors and All Persons Havps or Bemanda Against Said Dd each of you, are hereby ind required to present any nd demands which you, or you, may have against the MARGUERITE LORETTA • 1 "• %  h "' n %  inst you. and you are rellnl B ''"">' f vn,,r nnswer %  nplalnt for I'. 1 "' I -l. ed on plaln:i. i.EVENh illdlng, Miami P original an' % %  -' In tlie office of the me above stvieri Court on %  If v lll h „ d V "' •>'> ; III h, "i',,'" 11 ? "• J 1 %  f A .1 ,' n tlnsi [,"'".,'' '" '•<"UM! in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months rrom the date of the first i.ublicatlon heTtot M e A5D n v ,l A£i^r d BTANI^Hd^HBD 0 ^^ Attorney >ll s.vb.ilil Building Miami, Florida 12/23.1/1-8-15 r~ m#. w-i r^^ LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITT^N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 59C11833 ANTOINKTTI-: ROSE JOSEPH, Plaintiff, vs. BESI.IE MICHAEL JOSEPH Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: DESDI1-: MICHAEL JOSEPH 635 E. tth Street New York City. New York YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy „f your Answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's attorney. PAUL KW1TNBY, 110 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original In the office of the clerk of the circuit Court, on or liefore the ISth day of Januarv. 1M0 in default of which, a Decree I To Confesso. may be entered against you. DATED this l.'.th day of December, 1959. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Kla. By: R. H. RICE, JR.. (aeal) Deputy Clerk 12/1S-25, 1/1-8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ensaKe in business under the fictitious name of KMEUAJJ) APARTMENTS at 67W teaming AVi Miami Beach Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BESSIE E. KAPLAN, Owner HARRY 2CKERN1CK Attorney for owner 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 11' I-11-18-2J NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 59C11366 ESTI'I.1.1-: NAMER, Plaintiff. VICTOR NAMER. Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PR. VICTOR N'AMEIl Hell. MI. • Hospital 27, ii Btreet and 1st Avenue New 1 v V You VICT'iP. NAMER ..' %  herebj notified that a Bill of Complalnl for I, Ul I" -li fill 'I ami Mm are required copy ,,f your Answ.r or Plea Hill of Complaint on the pli Attorneys, QoLDMA X A I .Miami, Kla.. and fibthe original Vn-.,or Pleading In lh.office of the Clork of the Clrcull fore the .'-tii da) If von fall to do so. Jn.Wm.-nt bj default win be is ;< >'oi' roj the relief demanded In the mil oi i 'o,nplalnt. „ __^ This notice shall be publish. each w.-.-k for I A k s In THE JEWISH FUtRiniAV DoVI-: AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 0th da 5 of November, A1 Vu UBATHERMAN, HerlL Circuit Cjirt Rde -- is. -r N PJ ICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, .. .. No. 59C11873 MAY I.KWIN, Plaintiff, vs. AI "ii.I'll LBWIN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I" ADOLPH LBWIN Y'ou are herein notified that a Bill '.'.. Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, LAURENCE DI8KIN, IIP) N.K Street, North .Miami I'.each, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the I'lerk of the Circuit i'ourt on or before the lsth day of January, I960. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH I-1.' HIIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 16th day of December, A.D. lH.V.i. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: JUAN BNBBDEN, Deputy Cl.rk. LAURENCE DISKIN l H" N'.K. lJrd St.—Wl 6-14M North Miami Beach. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff II 11-25, l'l-s IN fht LOUNTi JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47413-B IN RE: Estate %  I OLOA WBINREB also known M OLOA .WEINREB I ii i.leed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T-, All i 'redltoi and All Pen mi I lavInu Claims or Demands Against Bald Bstati Yon are hereby notified and requlred i" presenl any claims and demands which von ma) I -' the •-.-%  i ILGA WEINREB also known %  ;.\ s. WEINREB deceased late intj. Ilorida, to the Couni\ Judges of Dade Countj. %  id file ine in their offli in the Counl, Co irthous. In Dade County. Ilorht i ilendar months from the date of the flrsl publication i line will be bai • MARTIN VVBINRBU aa Executor „f t hi i: Inreb also lino %  s Wiini.b. LEON A EPSTEIN, C i Attorney I20 Lincoln R i Miami Beach, Plorlda | {tu NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the III deslrini ti business under the fjctfilous •* l llll'l, VPT8 al M4 su '" th s lIntends to M name wlthths ,-, lk ,.,the Clrc i" Curt of Dade '' : """ v ^'"i'i'in:!. WAI.I.MAN IRVINE C Sl'KAIt Attorney for Applicant %  •'"'" ltoad li/a. l/i-s-if IM THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,N |N T A NDFOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48110-B IN RE: Estate of BELLE O'BRIEN Decessed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors an-1 All Persoi Ins Claims or Demands Against Said "VST. re '„', z: mand. vhV ceasen mie m Cwint! saaed ... ,.,.,. %  ,-r \Y J Lhrlkh First K-dernl Il'illdlnf Miami 32. Florida U-ll-se YOUR MONEY'S WORTH WASHINGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4B209-B IN RE: Bstste of ABRAHAM WHITEMOUSE i ii eeased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Haying Claims or Demands Against Said l-.slale: Vim are hereby notified and requlrwllaprnnii any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of AllltAIIAM WHITEIIOUSE deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse In Hade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication here, or the same will he barred. SANFORD I. WHITEHOUSE, Executor HI'-llAltD Al.TSIlri.KIt "I Seybold Bldg.. Miami 32, Fla. IItanklin 9-4536 12/23, 1/1-8-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48200 IN RE: Batata of AMELIA LOBWBNBERa Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands whl.-h you may have against the estate of AMELIA LOEWENBERQ deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to Ihe Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, r.iri.la, wlthlht calendar months from the if the first publication hereof. Bald elalms or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Bee Section 7:13.16 of the 1945 Probate ACL Dai.December lfi, A.D. 1969. WILBUR E. LOEWENBERO and BETMOUR .1. LOEWENBERQ as i'\. utois of Ihe Las) will and ament of Ann 'ia I.,.. w, nlieri; Deceased. KOVNER A MANNHBIMER Attorneys for Executors 12/23, 1/1-8-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HER3BT GIVEN that Igned, desiring to sags -under the flotltlous name of BAKNELL APT8. al 121-1U -4tli Btreet, Miami Beach, H:\.. Inten Is to %  r said name w itb II. > the Circuit Court of Dade County. SAMUEL N. SA.MKT. Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN .


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December 25, 1959 UTTERT O-THE EDITOR +Jewlstrhridrk*n Page 5-A S^mJ^M Spirit of Chanuka NOBTON PAUOT MSCUS Lodge Install scus Lodge No. 275, Free and |ted Masons, will hold public tion of officers for 1960 on sy at 8 p.m. filiation ceremonies will be bisrus Masonic Temple. NorPaliot will be installed as Jpful master; Jerome S. senior warden; Nathaniel irsch, treasurer; and Dr. rick Bergman, secretary. irticipate in Service |B. Wiener, chairman of the ancommittee at Temple Am, announced new memis week who will participate fading at Sabbath services, kd were Dr. Edward Jeruss, (Jacob Hirsch, Col. Nathan M, Ben Clein, and Gilbert irtz. Alex Reiken will bless Sabbath candles, with her liter. Leslie, reading from the portion. center of the room featuring a 9'stening, colored Menor.h, a ' s instead of one. I wish you were in Miami at thJ .J^VX: We *! ave an elabora te time, for I would like to !" ite vou bZlf 1? Mi Whi,e s,rea !" sswasc z r E S25i -S 4 ^ decorations, all of which honor our beloved Chanuka, the Feast of Lights. background, which includes a Tal| mudic grandfather, will be able to offer in your thick Yiddish brogue a more "bal-batische" treatment of our beloved Chanuka. SOL "KAY" KALCHMAN North Miami Beach Our centerpiece is the Menorah. conspicuously displayed on our window sill, where it will cast a heartier light each succeeding night, f have instructed my son ma's. TwSSg.'SS? bfiS T K BE !" "* years, and thaMt coincided**?iSLTStfj!** "£* but surely is no "variation" of %  i • < L \ f what the real Christmas as the unenl ghtenec ll? If l he Gen, e W rld COuld might imagine. Our RabSs ten us ft* SSj PSS*^ that our Chanuka commemorates world a Tree ** the conquest of the spirit of Juda ism and the Maccabees over the Of course, all this will not land n* on the Ed Sullivan Show, but it will help me maintain my Jewish integrity and indicate how a Jewish parent can draw upon his own rich resources for strengthening home life in our complicated times. I only wish that a personality forces of darkness and tyranny, the Syrio-Greeks, under Antiochus. And surely, Chanuka stands up on its own historically, needing no outside assistance if properly explained and observed by intelligent Jewish parents. But back to our home decorations, which honor Chanuka, and will pleas* and fulfill the emotional needs *f Jewish children at this season of good will: We have a mobile hanging from the But, of course, you would have to know a little more about them, and evince a desire to your nonJewish audience that you wish to perpetuate a little more than a Yiddish accent alone—which I happily note, enables you to earn a little Chanuka gelt if, at the same time, appear somewhat absurd to your co-religionists. Perhaps, Molly, next year when an opportunity presents itself to you to explain the real message of Chanuka as distinct from Christmas, you with your rich Jewish I EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Frankly, I'm upset, and I'm confused. Somehow, I can't get myself to think that international Zionism presents the cure for the evils that beset us as Jews. While my sympathies, my hopes, and some money are entirely for Israel and the Jews less fortunate than myself, I wonder, if banding together as a worldwide organization adds strength or weakness to the solution of the "Jewish" problem. Israel is here and here to stay. I bp'w with humilify and gratitude lb the "Zionist organizations that worked so hard to make this possible. I am reminded of the actor who has given a terrific performance. The audience applauds again and again. After a while, the applause becomes forced by the continued curtain calls, with diminishing feeling of respect for the actor. I think the real work of the Zionist organizations has been successfully performed. I think that now the Zionist organizations are making the same mistake that the actor did—taking too many curtain calls. In order to continue, they want our synagogues and temples to become part of their movements. They wanted the National Presidents Council to join them. They have added to their program the preservation of what they call "Jewish" life. They fear for our existence, screaming that our Jewish youth are becoming assimilated. They want an expressive and important voice in the affairs within Israel. These, and many more, are the reasons that I am confused—mainly because I disagree. I fought alongside our youth in 1917. Then I was one of them. As a much older man, I fought along side of them in World War II. This time, there was a difference. The young men and women in World War II gloried in the fact that they were Jews. I never ran into a single case where their Jewish origin was hidden. Sure, there were officers and enlisted men who were anti-Semitic. But these were the exceptions, so that, in service, all phases of our religion really flourished. Now the president of the ZOA tells us that there is .a great fear that these same youth "living in suburban areas" are leaving us. I cannot agree. I see many more synagogues and Temples. I see them full on Friday nights, which I didn't when I was a great deal younger. I see our Federation drives reaching fantastic figures, and I see Jewish communities living proudly all over the nation. But what is more important, I see the youngster going through the Bar or Bas Mitzvah services, prepared in a Jewish way, that in my Bar Mitzvah days didn't seem possible. So why not retire on the glory of your past. It has been glorious. PERCY FRIEDLANDER Miami Beach 4 a ft CONGRATULATIONS To MT. SINAI HOSPITAL During These Weeks of Dedication And To MAX OROVITZ President From the Trustees and Directors of CEDARS OF LEBANON HOSPITAL I % 



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ige 2-B +Jel§tncrldB3n Friday, • I for Chanuka, Try These Favorites By ROSE WASSER Meat Knishes for Chanuka '. cups flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 12 teaspoon salt i tablespoons chicken fat eggs well beaten 2 tablespoons water -:ft together flour, salt and bak; powder. Add melted fat. eggs I water. Knead a soft dough a floured board. Cut the dough into five squares and cover with the mc;it. Filling 2 cups cooked, ground veal 1 cup cracklings 1 cup fried onions 1 2 teaspoon salt 1 slice white bread 1 egg Grind the meat together with the I roll out into a thin sheet, on other ingredients. Add salt, pepKosher Zion Corned Beef The new four-ounce package of corned beef, with its delicious fla vor vacuum sealed, is now beinc made available by the Kosher Zion Sausage Company of Chicago throughout the country. I Attractively packaged, neat and handy, it is now possible to serve this tasty, traditionally-flavored corned beef directly from the package because the meat is pre-cooked and pre-sliced. This new Kosher Zion package is designed for convenient storage in the refrigerator for weeks or in freezer compartments for months. The four-ounce vacuum sealed package leaves the appetizing corned beef fully exposed to view, making it possible to be seen by the customer before it is purchased. Only minutes are required to prepare Kosher-Zion's corned beef for the table. The package is submerged, unopened, for about two minutes in an uncovered pan of boil ing water and then removed for immediate serving. From package to plate, it's the easy way to prepare hot kosher corned beef in minutes.—E.A. democratic Club Ileets Officers Democratic Club of Miami Beach 1 the following officers last %  fe at a meeting held at the axony hotel: Harry Levy, executive member; ally Cluck, president; Louis B. oberman and Julius J. Pcrlmutr. vice presidents; Samuel Res ick, treasurer; Jack DuBin. Fran es Rossman. Milton Schwartz. cretaries; Jacob Fishman. sereant-at-arms; Isidore Amon, asistant sergeant at-arms. Elected to the board of directors ere Dr. Samuel A. Cluck, chairlan. Charles F. '•Chuck" Mall, at Potamkin. Dr. Abraham Nemer, Joseph Elman, Jacob Fish,ian, Marvin i). I'lissman, Albert irks. Jack DuBin, and Sam Fox. per and well beaten egg. Place M of the meat on each square, told the dough and press the edges tOfttlWl '(Iream?-' a"" Bt,rr -with molted fat, place the knishes in it land bake in a moderate oven 350 degrees F. until nicely browned. • • • Roast Breast of Beef 4 lb breast of beef 2 sliced onions 1 sliced green pepper 1 4 cup sliced celery 2 crushed cloves garlic 1 tablespoon prepared mustard 1 sliced tomato 2 bay leaves 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1 4 teaspoon paprika Wipe the meat with a damp cloth and place in a roasting pan. Spread over the meat prepared mustard, sliced onions, s 1 i e e d green peppers, celery and crushed cloves garlic, tomatoes and bay leaves. Season with salt, pepper and paprika. Pour into the pan 2 cups water, cover the roaster and roast the meat in a moderate oven three hours. Pour three tablespoons catsup over the meat and baste continually. Cut the meat into slices, and cook in the gravy 30 minutes before serving. SAY "WELCOME" IN THE TRADITIONAL WAY Kitt* 8 HERRING The delicious Vita Herring that so often graces your family table also bids >our guests a warm and joyous •welcome". Enjoyed by your family and friends for its richly traditional, old world flavor. Vita Herring is part of the heritage of hospitality always found in the American Jewish home. Bialik Branch To Celebrate Bialik Branch of Farband, Labor Zionist Order, will hold a Chanuka celebration Monday evening at the Seville hotel. Program will include Rabbi Max Lipschitr. spiritual leader of Monticello Park, and Rev. Abraham Seif, cantor of Knesseth Israel Congregation. Jewish National Fund Golden Book Certificates will be presented the Ehiel Lesowoder. Philip Krouse, Harry Sachs, Mrs. Jean Liebeck, and Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan. Officers to be installed during the meeting are Beryl Morrison, president; J. Z. Stadlan, honorary president; David Freedman, vice president; Aaron Liebman. financial secretary; Ben Minnenberg. recording secretary; and Sam Jackson, treasurer. A VITA-the height of a mi or • party t — %  — trtaa. a44 era—tan oc W.T. .a. H.I. A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Served In a glass or a cup... There's Yom Tov spirit in thit famous tea... "flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and milchigs and between meal refreshment TETIEY TEA Certified Koeher under ttrlct Rabbmcd S*jp#rt*to Val -bU~ JNF Council Plans Tag Day Noted Stars Due "Security for Israelis the theme of the annual Tag Day of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, according to trn announcement by Rabbi Mayer Abramowiiz, president of t ta'o • Council. The city wide JNF Tag Dav drive will take place Saturdav i night and all day Sunday this weekend. Mrs. Jack Davis, secretary of &f ho Council, has baen appointed chairman of the campaign. More than 500 volunteers will participate In tha traditional Tag Day, which is part of a nation-wide drive sponsored by Jewish National Fund. Volunteers come from the ranks j of 34 affiliated organizations. Monies collected will be used for | the redemption and rehabilitation i of the land of Israel and to estabI nsh border settlements as defense ; outposts against infiltration and I attack. Ner Tamid Sisterhood gams 47 new members an. members at a recent "member-bring-a-member" hu& the home of Mrs. William Harris, 1316 Biscaya dr are Mesdames Charles Raab, in charge of Yvette Silberger, membership co-chairman: William hostess; Louis Cohen, Sisterhood president; Carlta vice president in charge of membership. Dinner to Honor Mrs. Grossinqer Elaborate plans are being made the City of Hope, Da for the dinqer that will be given the Jennie Grossinger. in honor of Mrs. Jennie Grossingand Cultural Center ij er of Miami Beach on Sunday., rael, opened five vein L Jan. 10. at the Hotel Astor in New nie Grossinger Forestall York City. i Israel; and Asher Selijafc Proceeds of the affair will go to Grossinger Library m sak) the new Jennie Grosatnger Medical' ences at the Weumia k. Center for Children in Tel Aviv, of Technology in RhmU,i Israel. i in honor of Mrs. Groat Eddie Cantor, honorary chair-' en s \ a ? d ? !" **' man of the dinner, will be heard on a taped message. Eddie Fisher will chair the affair. George Jesse], "Toastmaster General of the United States." will emcee the showJoey Adams is chairman of the entertainment. The Jennie Grossinger Medical Center for Children in Tel Aviv was opened last October. The three-story bmldrng has r staff of 12 specialists, six nurses, three male aids, aad eight domestics. Although prisnariiy for children, the medical center also treats adults. More than 30.000 people are served by the new institution. Ih addition to this project, there is s Jennie Grossinger Kitchen in Wee* KOSHER ZION Ha Vov oW Few Fmmtf Hanukah V Pros* NEW] DAIRY Ml TREAT JUST HEAT V sUHMCsVS 'MIST 1M% %  Illff M0MCTSI Ravl IN SAUC ME M Hear family, avert*-' that real It"''"" *"*'. by femtd th*t MT* Tender little "•"T-. PMee'witManaT •"•"" ...•ovishodwHa*** eenKe..i"*^ d *** roomi and eftoset--rhe reel Hoaa. •* % %  ] •ee.Abeetl*'r* aae serves two•*• •WMtedayl •HA* Miss Blacklon on Stock iifHH! m£2 B, ckton lt now Miami Beach accepting singing engagements Mis. BUckton was starred in the "New Orleans Nile" i?? UC,i< n „? f ,he M1 n > Beach l*dge of B'nai B'rrth on Sunday Melody Cru.se Round the World" hn„ h, Sd ," y VenmK ,h Ster-' Mr! w n Her L ccon 'Pnist is Mrs. Mim, Retskin. founder of the Miami Beach Civic Orcliestrs,



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CMMWAT NAMES MAKE NEWS: Home fc* the holidays is Ken Kupper with Ml bride lo -00, Maxine BWUH, of few York. They're staying with his folks, Dr. and Mrs. Leo R. Kupper. and enjoying a whirl of WW. The Jack Klingers have something extra to celebrate for the New Year II. was just appointed manager of the Beach brokerage office of J. R. Williston and Beane. The Japanese party at the home of Jack and Reba Daner last (rOtkend w.is aufhentic right down to the Nipponese->t> led kimonas worn by tin hii.-' Muff. Gen* Fisher, 1960-president-elect of the Horn* Buiiders Awn. of Sooth Florida, h*s quit* a collection of tropical fi*h at hii horn*. Plenty of MM in that family. HI* wif*, Eth*l, I* a leading figure in local art circl**. And Gene c*n tinkl* th* keyboard lik* a pro. Cant understand why the Bayshore and Normandy golf courses donl lake mid week starting times for weekend play, like other muni,1 courSM in this area. The waiting at each couse, on Sundays especially, has reached the point of discouraging the pay for-play horde of teurisis and locals alike. The present system is as outmoded as %  Model T Ford. Popular staffer of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Gerry Hard*. Tonne, is altar-bound She'll wed localite David Alan Siegcl < n Jan. 24. in her hometown. Birmingham, Ala. The Michael Millers, of Miami Beach, recently celebrated their 33rd wedding anniversary at a family party at the Fontainebleau. Judge and Mrs. Mai Englander will hold open house at their Miami Beach home to welcome the New Year, with an afternoon reception and evening party. It's their 14th annual holiday gala. •* %  BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: This week will mark, without a doubt, the UeJMt holiday week in the history of our glittering resort area. NOW before have there been so many big names on hand to entertain, at the hotels and night clubs. Motor before have there been so many fine restaurants providing toothsome delicacies from around the world. One of th* major events of th* busy, bright and bountiful w**k it th* local pr*mi*r* of "B*n Hur" at th* Lincoln Th**t*r. Th* management, expecting a long, long engagement of this epic, has gone all out to make the Lincoln rd. house one of the most modern and comfortable, providing latest innovations in seats, carpeting god, of course, the new screen, the entir* width of the stage, te accommodate the "Camera 65" filming of the gigantic screenplay. Of especial interest is the starring debut of Israeli beauty and actress. Haya Harareet, in the leading feminine role, opposite star Charlton Heston, in the title role. The world premier of the play, "Come to the Dance," at Coconut Grove Play house on Dec. 29 will introduce to local theatre-goers one \inericas more glamorous personalities for more than four decIivne Castle, who made dancing history with her late spouse, \ eroofl Castle. Two outstanding Broadway stars, Dennis King and Isobel Elsora. share the spotlight with Mrs. Castle in the new footlight drama at the plush playhouse. On Die night club front the array of stars is truly spectacular. The Americana is featuring singer Dorothy Dandridge. who is also in 'Torgy and Bess," showing locally. Comedian Alan Kent and the dancing Hamilton Twins round out the Bal Masque bill. Long time favorites of local cafe society, the Ritz Brothers, pop up again with their mad mirth, this time at the Deauville. with songnnie Francis and a troupe of can-can dancers. The smooth-as-syrup voiced Johnny Mathias, a reigning record best seller, is highlighting the holiday show at the Eden Roc's Pompeii room starting tomorrow, with the light as-feather dancing routines of the Szonys. Exciting songs of Tony Bennett, the comedy of Guy Marks and the dancing of Eit.lt. Slo.n are a bright package of holiday entertainment that will b* opened tomorrow et the swank La Rende of the Fontainebleau. The newest edition of "Havana Mardi Gras," the fourth in thro* years, bows in this week at tbe Lucerne, with an increased cast, and fabulous newly-costumed production numbers. Heading the zingy festival of Latin-American entertainment is Diosa Costello with a new repertoire of songs and patter. r^ 1 *???*' Sf ht v ,, S? to R ye fa %  home % % % %  V in •*' beautiful Copa City, with the Tremors, comic George Hopkins, and the Four Guardsmen. Two shows nightly. 8:30 and 12, plus food service. 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:ember 25, 1959 fJewist FkrMiaw Page 9-A MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY HAS A PERPETUAL CARE FUND $125,000 every cent of which is dedicated to preserving pie beauty of Miami's finest Jewish cemetery Naturally, you will devote much time and serious consideration to the selection of a permanent Burial Estate for your family. That's why it is so important to know about Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery ... Mount Nebo. Over $125,000.00 is now in its Perpetual Care Trust fund, for which The First Rational Bank of Miami acts a %  £ R as trustee. This fund is sterfily increasing ami is the largest of its kind owned by any exclusively Jewish cemetery in Miami. It guarantees you a Burial Estate in surroundings that will always '; — be maintained at the highest level of beauty and perfection. OVK^HrJEWISH FAMILIES REPRESENTING BADE COUNTY'S FINEST. HAYE ALREADY WISE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK or MIAMI MIAMI 10 cOi0 III Ml. Nrbo Camottry. Inc. 5S0S N. W. Ird *rd Miami. Florid. W not* with conaidarabkt catiaiaction thai your ParporunJ Car* Trust Fund of which chit baa* it Truataa aow exceeds t\fS.0W. Mar we commend you on your foresight and good planning in erwating and maintaining a Perpetual Car* Truat Fund to aiaura your property owniri that Mount Hobo wiU bo perpetually mamtaiaod and hapt beauulul. I All good >>.**. far ih. lulura. %  •merely, r Vic Prt-IWXrtCd Sn-r TruM Officer 1 <~y %  Y SELECTED BURIAL ESTATES IN MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY. •LU5I 5505 Northwest 3rd Sti MOUNT NEBO IS CENTRALLY LOCATED It is easily nnd quickly reached. Whether you come by bus or drive your car you'll find it accessible. MOUNT NEBO IS FIRMLY ESTABLISHED Miami's oldest exclusively Jewish cemetery has for years been a place of solace, inspiration and beauty. AN ATMOSPHERE OF SERENITY is evident everywhere ... in Mount Nelio's lush, green parkways and its lovely tropical gardens rich with colorful plants and shrubbery. YOUR INVESTMENT IS PBOTBCTED Your Burial Estate cannot be taxed or seized for debt. It is non-iisawssable, lien and judgment proof. A FIVE-POINT PLAN provides burial protection for the entire family and becomes v upon acceptance of your application m(li*l payment. WRITE FOR DETAILS TODAY MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida Please send me, without obligation, full information on Family Burial Estates in Mount Nebo. Norn.. Addri Phone MO 1-7693 CHy. .Zoo.. .Slot.. I •• f, %  .%  i i. %  •



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Page 16-A >Jewlstrnor*09r Friday, **J Reds Broadcast Violent Accusations Against Jews WASHINGTON—-Government officials here noted a violent new anti-Jewish broadcast transmitted in recent days within the Soviet Union. The broadcast, originating in Kirovograd on the Odessa regional service, attacked religious Jews as "swindlers under the mask of God's servants." &f %  ~ Using Nazi-like terminology, the | cial fruit received from Israel, the broadcast, which was in the Ukraj preachers of Judaism pray only to inian language, said that "stuffing the Golden Calf: how to collect themselves with matzoh and spemore money from believers." Also | that they '"pray for the militant spirit of the Israeli militarist!." MenHaaii* a number of rabbi* toy -or**, the bfMd m i wM that %  h iding under the cloak of be Hovers" they "busy themselves with swindles; they appropriate the money given by believers; when this is not enough they go to the peop l e to % ceMoct oon. • koto the hot Arrangements committee discusses 12th anhard, Wolfie Cohen, dinner chairman. Dr. Milnual Hebrew Academy dinner Jan. 24 at the ton Lubarr. arrangemenU committee chairFontainebleau hotel. Lett to right are B. I. man. and Harry Genet Binder, president. Louis Medwitzer. Sam ReinTbe allegation was made the "re actionary" Jewish sermons preach ed in Soviet synagogues reveal that "the Jewish faith has been strongly intermixed with Jewish bourgeois nationalism and Zionism, already possessing a strong reactionary essence." The broadcast also alleged that in Soviet syna gogucs following Saturday serv ices, synagogue leaders gorge bemselves on "vodka, wine, and snacks." It alleged that swindled money was used to finance these "drinking bouts." Circumcision was condemned for its "nationalistic character." The broadcast said: "Its specific •ignificance lies in the fact that it ives proof of belonging to the Chosen People.' the Jews. At the same time it imbues Jews with repugnance and hatred of those who do not possess this special sign. Besides, the rite of circumcision is a cruel rite and not always larmless, because it is carried out in a crude manner by circumcisers. people who have no inkling of medicine." According to the Communist broadcast "Judaic sermons are sermons of bourg*oi Zionists. Such sermons are tools of the na&f '•nalitHc, Ur, •mtnei,, boM '•" &f •clos, tfcV. "•im, try HTJS So** gar** "•ver Htccaoi*' T he broadcast working p**^ Wei UNITS *H Prfct f*K Prompt I Portal. 0y^. W Aii:nir\Li SALB Mi 1545 ALTON ft] Coll JE l-Mol Israel Votes Young Cabinet To Lead New Government JERUSALEM — ( JTA)O ne of the youngest cabinets in Israel's brief histor>* was voted into power by the Parliament last week. The new Government consists of: David Ben-Gurion. Prime Min ister and Defense Minister (Ma pai); Mrs. Golda Meir. Foreien Affairs • NO It L 2nd AV9 agAMCR. %  tSCAYNE SHOrUM** 8 FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI iA mmm wM$ m >• HUM T m flliai wwi im !•' %  i 9tntk0



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scember 25, 1959 ^JenlstrhrMian Page 11-A chE YO K rJohn A. Hannah, Us f.r ? lg r t '' dCC ared here that J^.L d K ng body p,ans t0 •> %  I ea e of •• Sh C J tlng 3buses in th "ice adm 'n'stration of justhl^ c ? m n m SRion es,ab s hed by the Civil R.ghts Act of 1957-has ; previously limited its inquiry to he fields of discrimination i„ V o "iR, education and housing. Dr. Hannah said that "how •shocking the situation is in th* area of the administration of jus"tice was vividly portrayed" recently when a Mississippi gran d jury -failed to take any action despite the fact that all the evidence necessary to indict participants in D .' H annah who 'S president of Michigan State University, delivered the first Jacob Alson Memorial lecture at a luncheon of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, which concluded its 46th annual meeting at the Savoy Hilton hotel. Henry Edward Schultz, of New York City, was reelected national chairman of the League at the closing session. Civil Rights Group to Eye Injustices NEW YORK-John A H „..u ... /•••*"** gives us no rest as a p^ie so „ long as some human wrings eo w %  / e mi d hls audien ce that nnrighted, then it will have iusti "'etime of the commission was fled its existence. We see itianv' fu St limited to 16 m nths, but .,„„. nt this stirri of I that now that its life has been extended for another two years it signs of scienoe." In time, our people will come to believe as one that when a synagogue is bombed, no Christian church is safe; that when one school is bombed, no school is proposes to venture into some other areas while still placing first emphasis on voting, education and housing. In stating that the commission is steady on its foundations'""'that I ^ Ut t0 investi ate abuses in the when one man is lynched"the se adm,nis, ra t'on of justice, Dr. Hanri.ritv c „„„u ... %  ... I nan declared: nah declared: "How shocking the situation is in one of the areas to which the commission proposes to address its attention—the administration of jusjis Play in Orange Bowl Cup Match no Show Grace and Winning Yen cunty of each of us is diminished by so much; that when one man is denied the right to vote, our own freedom of decision is compromised," he added. Hannah said that "fundamental | J^e-was vividly portrayed recentmter-relationships" among dis-' y wnen fhc Attorney General of crimination in voting, education ,he United States reported an exand housing "make it impossible| haustive investigation into a murfor the problem to be solved by the ricr of a Ne g ro in a state in which improvement of any one factor lhe grand J urv failed to take any % range Bowl Junior Cup Durnament which was to flamingo Park Thursday, youths from 23 counhj; for the championship kem are three entries from nation which has not been led in the tourney before Ite of Israel. phay, 14, Michael Hirschand Ehud Dagan, 17, prig the top tennis talent youth, have come 7,000 participate In the event. ho comes from Haifa, has Ring tennis since he was fc;i 1 old. %  rned the game from Ms Inow a businessman, who [play a good game. Oded, oks like a high school pn, entered his first comet the age of 10. He v'n the first time, but winning ever sine*. who lives in Tel Aviv, obsession to be "the best flayer in the world." Alpc has only been playing %  c for five years, he has eople on the tennis court was a small boy. He pracI same with the concentraa professional musician (uses to accept anything of perfection. Michael's pair and light complexion ark him as a representalone of the Scandinavian but his Hebrew speech port shrift of such an imt nd his teammates speak which sounds very pecented, but they welbnversation in their native Both Oded and Michael acknowledge that Ehud Dagan is the best player of the three—although Oded did win from him two years ago., Oded says wistfully that it only --•— ., ,_ happened once. i Schu,tz • Presented the League's 1 America's Democratic Legacy Ehud is also a native of Ttl awards given annually for "conAviv. Ha started playing tennis tributions to the enrichment of almost by accident. After watch! Am erican democracy," to men and ing a game some five years ago, wome n representing the American action despite the fact that all the evidence necessary to indict the participants in this revolting crime had been submitted to local authorities." Youth Group Meets Here ha decided the gam* looked interesting, and that he would play. His wiry build and natural grace hava proved valuable allies in achieving his tournament tri theater. Accepting the awards were Dore Schary for the Drama! tists Guild, Blanche Yurka for Actors' Equity, Shepard Traube for the Society of Stage Directors and alone." He said that he had found discrimination in housing to be "a problem of greater diversity and range than perhaps any other" because it affects "man's environment and all other essentials Councilman Melvin Richard, of He cited, as one of the major Miami Beach, was the speaker at abuses of civil rights, the problem the first in a series of breakfast in voting. "It should shock you to meetings of the Beth Sholom Ternlearn that today, in December, pie Youth of the National Federa1959, there are at least 16 counties tion of Temple Youth last week, in the United States in which one-. The group will meet regularly for third or more of the population is j breakfast the second Sunday of non-white in which not a single; each month. Next meeting is Jan. •wiiwvmij ms Tournament tri| -"•"• ul 5 [ WHIWS aim umphs. Ehud has bean winning I Choreographers, and Louis Lotito tennis tourneys in Israel for tho past three years. This will be his first international tournament, as it will be for his friends. Coaching the trio are Slim Har lEQRNIA'S 1U,UMfiU w CWoraWs World. 1 ovtrlooWno MM Blue radfle "i' mo.ii th. MO. Twenty ml***, •otional Airport. 490 luxurlom "9olowt, .11 wlrt, irfevliloaoed "'• on.nl(oV M,w *•*'• ICOtO. Hol.l ,rt Lm [TJ 0N DC. H.l.l ^,1,1-tj CT". 'A. M.HI T*". O. M.M • CUT H.HI ^^W.NSI>. ^•Hd-ieweii^aai, *ssrvlse-ao *,riei for the League of New York Theaters. Dr. Hannah said that his commission's report on civil rights, made public on Sept. 9 served as I "a challenge" to 'the courage and belt, nationally-known U. S. tennis good sense .. of the American peopro, and Gardner Mulloy, worldp i e renowned court competitor. „„„ ,„,,;. %  While the three Israelis try hard 'ff' „ a Jf'"" comfort and to defeat one another on the court, ^ ln hi h k ?J It fTZ w ence which has led UK to undertake they are yery warm friends who anot(w sea do not reflect personal rivalry. w(? haye m 4 J f ^ J by ^ When asked about the possibility of our people at home" he said. of their winning, the three Israelis "If the Commission on Cwfl Riaj'its refused to make any predictions. 3^^^ Throughout the conversation they showed a healthy regard for their years. One thing is certain, howcompetitors. Most of them are old ever—the three lads from Israel players, some by as many as five will represent their country well. non-white is permitted to register to vote," he said. "In a far larger number of counties with a very 10. Steve Katzin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Katzin, is program chairman, and Miss Philippa Weine, % % %  %  < %  • *.WM,HVO mm a ycijr man, diiu iiis i niii|i|i,i vrcinc, substantial number of Negro citidaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene zens, only a token—and a very Weine, is president of the group FROM MIAMI (STARTING JANUARY 1, 1960) NEW Cfaate SERVICE TO NASSAU OVERNIGHT Mondays and Fridays (5 PM) tfX£m.\ % %  % % %  ....• %  > % %  100% AIR-CONDITIONED S/S BAHAMA STAR (FOI1MMIY 10.000 TON TMNSAtlANriC AKOSA STAR) 3-DAY, All-IXPINSI CRUISf 3 nighii. • mli aboard ihip from *54 plu to* Snip ii your holtl ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION 2 nighu, 4 mtali aboard ship from J 39 plut lax Dock-to-dock ..rvtc. ..from lhe h*rt of M.mi to th. hrt of NIIMJU .1 f.mou. 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For further information, write to "Ben-Hur" Theatre Party Dcpt., 555 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 39, Florida. 7ZZ/4M>NXV\^ B ; x !" s e# aMDDNHESIDN'-M HAWKINS 10:00 A.M. HAfflHARAREET STEPHEN BOYD Daily mamrn-wrnksm^mnemtm-imiim MAIl ORDERS HMD SKCIAt ATJUniOH TO THIATW PABTIIS 555 LINCOLN ROAD LINCOLN THEATER MIAMI BEACH, FLA. JEfferson 2-5556 JEfferson 2-2784 •



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Page 8-A + k-*isl nrrkttnn Tech. Sgt. Saniord I. Cohen (left). Mrs. Cohen and their two youngsters Sunday joined some 50 Homestead Air Force servicemen as guests of the Jewish Welfare Board at a breakfast party at the Seville hotel sponsored by the Armed Services committee headed by Mrs. Louis Glasser (right). Shown with the group is Mrs. Charles Fruchtman. hostess of the day. The local hospitality program is conducted through the cooperation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Germans See Inquiries 'Unbearable' KIEL—(JTA)—A committee of the Schleewif, Ilolstcin Parliament rtcd an investigation this, week into the "scandalous background" of the case of Dr Werner Heyde. who -erved on the Nazi "eutha%  ff" until 1941 During the twu Nuremberg doctors' trial for war crimes. Dr. Heyde had been charged in absentia with the murder of many political and Jew tad concentration camp inmates. He was arrested recently in Flen-hurg. where he bad built up a medical practice and served as official medical advisor to Flens burg courts under an assumed name. Fritz Schwade. The decision to name the committee followed sharp criticism m the SchlcswigHolstein Parliament by Social Democrats who charged that govRrodm, Math l H ,.ojtl S.dol SciMctl Physical SciMCM METRO TUTORING SERVICE ANN0VNCSB ITS MAIN OFFICE IS NOW ON THE BOULEVARD Easy to Find! Easy to Gt To! Free Parking! •204 Biscayne Blvd., Miami I^Q, (Oo^Block North o ft.tc.yn. Shopping PUza) CONVENIENCE IS A BIG REASON S*"* Jf*i *"~*9 *•*—*-. c. .„i.„,, m* %  | H-l-h, LmW a^. AlUp^wh. Bw^w. Hi—j, c~.l ff.fcl.g FOUR REASONS TO CHOOS* MCTtO 0) WtTKMITY (J) CONVBIUMCI (3) KONOMY (4) SiU MSHAY HOUm fOlD AWAY (HITS FO* EXHIBITS AND SHOWS SHOAl VISUAl AID CHARTS TO SPARK YOUR SALES • PLASTIC SIGNS • "" ART MART 137 NX 62nd Street Pl 9 67M ernment officials had known about Heyde's past and had not opposed bis appointment as court medical i.dvisor. Heyde is now in Wuerxburg prison awaiting trial. Dr. Emit Si 3 fn.d Nurwsch, tho hi 9 hit judo* in the Schleswig-Holsfein Social Court, wet under suspension this wek for hit part in the case. Th Administrative Court, anneuncing hit suspension. Mid he had been accused of knowing since December, 1954 that Dr. Schwade was actually Dr. Heyde. The Social Democratic opposition in the Schleswijj-Holstein Parliament meanwhile demanded that the Parliamentary committee named to investigate the Heyde affair, should also investigate recent government proposals to fill the post of Parliamentary administrative director. The Christian Democratic cabinet had given Parliament a choice between Wilhelm Voelpel. former SS leader, under suspicion of having committed war crimes in Norway, and Hans Laskowski. onetime personal attache of Hitler's deputy, Rusolf Hess. Voelpel was elected as the 'lesser evU." Uwe von Haasel, Schleswlg-Holstein Premier, said that the issue did not matter because the administrative director's post "is merely an administrative job." He added that "for us, denazification is closed. We consider it unbearable to pursue these things over and over again." MOW TWO REST SELLING PAPERBACKS Jhe Xc^./ £*ncycfopeJi'a f< ^Jionte and JJMSL a t lousiness AND ;n ^ the organization meeting at the Algiers hotel. Also reelected to office at the yearly meeting of the association | were Ben Frank and Irwin Rob bins, vice presidents, and Charles Stone, treasurer. Martin Goldstein, a member of the board for the past i six years, was elected secretary. with Jack Ross reappointed execu\ tive director. Irwin Ross and Jimmy Treblas. along with Karl Paley, were elected to the board. Reflected to directorship were Max Schaeffer. Harry Lader, Max Solomon. Frank Klein. Moe Ungor, Marty Stahlberg and Matt Payton. All officers and directors are of Greater Miami. FAHJAS members sell handbags, jewelry and accessories principally in the Florida market. Next Market Week is scheduled for Jan. 24 at the Al giers. in Cantat^ Be Featured! Chanuk. program! !ren of the HeC school will be spaan PTA of Monticello Center or, Sunday, wl Program features reeled by Mrs. MieharA i culty member, Utftaw j ka candle, and n 1 R bb. MaxA. UpKlu^ Abraham Gitteboa *•! I Pnzcs to the wiastriVfi l nuka art and essay eaaM gifts w;ll be prewtali |of the Chanuka kooa> l contest Mrs. Milfora uviaeii 'of the PTA. WEEKENDS FREE IRVING MATLiN MAM DISTRIBUTING CO., Inc. 1*5 S.W. 22nd AM. FR i-oioi Distributor* f Wax lal Protfucta at Vour Local Ssrvieil C. H. ERVIN HEATING & VENTILATING 5301 N.W. 35th COURT NE 3-2964 NE 4-6216 Of *lOIDA HOME HCATINC INSTITUTE. INt JK 1 Cade Federal 5 Ct*nf Otfkm Smv Do* RESOURCES EXCEED 140 MILLION



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Page 4-A Jels*nr>rM**n Jewish Floridi an OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communication* Miami TV£X MM 396 > FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor Florida, under th. Act of March I. 1171. tlurin f| #li# ireelr CTN i ##•• te'• • • EO MINDLIN &1 — The Jewtah Florldlan doea not wuinM thKaahruth Sf the mcrchandla. dertl^d In If column.. Frida Y' D-t^J P 0 WHAT r t cor* I? 1 !" n '<> lead*"* a troubling £ ,hP U rm "iMd? 1 ^ eno i._ n %  tae **• appointment. Dr. Belkin and Ysshiva have generaUy made a vast contribution to American education, following in the tradition oi other top U.S. colleges and universities such as Harvard and — tri Princeton which were launched a. focal sem However specious it rosy be. this kind of reasonm*tea*! broaden for the better the confining view of contemporary community life as philsnthropy-centered. but even ^jj society is far from one capable of meeting an 'd* 0 ***/^ Jewish country clubs, hospitals, and YMHA's do not SUK even if the converse is tree. ^ _g NOT should groups uke the United Synagogue and NB"^ bodies that rightly criticize the non-Jewish character or mn consider themselves guiltless. Admittedly, the n>e in "^F* membership across the nation stems in large pan fi %  %  %  a prevalent cultural ahmaaaisns. Nevertheless • h ^ rng i ^^f behind the increasasg contact with the synagogue M*"j B h _^ for our spiritual leaders to passer to the lowest level oi — sciousaess. %  UT IVIN TNI briefest exsmfnstion of Friday *""* to i topics in Greater Miami, as an example. ^J^^mM only by sensational gymnastics relate to the kind of J d "*L || for the occasion. Instead of weu-developed lectures <"",„, philosophical mstters as they relate to Jewish rehgws.sse ^ n resdily exposed to book reviews of pap novels discuss"" ^ and Darwin, political analyses, and outraged disserw latest Charles Van Doree immorality. oroptfU However valuable these discussions may ** '£T-** of experts and at the proper time, if inisntilism feeos ^^ sysagogue. what chance is there for the develops*""^ ^ inorte. oi rehgiou. "iSTSIli'SSSS T"\ ^JP* *<""* ^'^ ... -~u .i_ Klml OrancneO for future Uubrdiini train*! out to embrace the entire gamut oi higher learning in arts and science. ^^ H m &n w D ,, ? l ku "ho will also be heard Sunday. a himself no stranger to the classroom A these the foremost liberals in the Senate today the renowned legislator will bring an importan* for future leadership Those dedicated to answering that the problems are vast. Shall m i — %  informed on the intricacies of psiiaathropic o^*" 1 "^., eaas* be Jews in the traditional sense of the word, prepares ^, transmitting their Judaism to future ** nfr l, "*,,~" clusively be persons of aftteeswe and "social 'P?r!L|af •* Aa a matter of fact, these coping with die develop^ ^j of future leadership meat be prepared slso to cop^ ^ 1 fSBde and stoat aaaal aaarrhisg intsrrogauoa ot u a Jew?" question. iJl| Shall the leaders *_|^Vaal^


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Page S-D +Jeist>ncr*lk>n Frida Y. Decwnbej 25. GREETINGS... S.B. RIGGINS PAINTING & DECORATING GENERAL INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING COLOR EXPERT NO MONEY DOWN F.H.A. FINANCING 3440 S.W. 75th Court MO 1-7757 From Our Readers: The Poetry Corner EDITOR'S NOTE: From time to time in its special editions. The Jewish Floridian will publish poem %  submitted by readers that are considered of literary merit. Below are two recent offerings. "Seville," by Samuel Miami, and "Tree a David Freed, M.ami BeieT ROC*. SEVILLE BY SAMUEL SIMONHOPF The blossoms of the orange Viet. That shed ihfir fragrance on the breeze Recall the perfumed splendor of the past: The flowered u>al*.s that interlined The uondrous palaces, and tunned Among the mosques, to exquisite and vast. Kot many building 'till remain That ttrrred the pride of Moorish Spain. Betide Giralda's graceful campanile: Which li.e a giant sentinel Before a mighty citadel Loo\s down upon the city of Seville. Oh stately tower' what tcenet of hate Of pride and woe and tragic fate Have pasted beneath thy shadow through the year! Here Mooruh king and Christian prince Fought bitterly, long ages tince Until the earth wot drenched unth Wood and teart. But finally the Moor was crushed And all his glory turned to duit As Moslem hordes were driven front the land. The milder Moorish rule gave way To autocratic Spanish tway That governed ivith a harsh and cruel hand. And now commenced an age of feart That lasted near four hundred years And brought disgrace upon Set ilia' J fame. For Prelates, cruel and fanatic LANG ROOFING & TILE CO., INC. ROOF REPAIRING and SHEET METAL WORK PL 8-1009 PL 12878 Established 1939 430 N.W. 79th Street GREETINGS A. J. WALLACE FURNITURE STORE REPAIRING • REFINISHING SPECIALIZING In Antiques, Piano, Furniture and Office Equipment 7622 N.E. 2nd AVENUE PL 8-7824 Organized the systematic Blotting out of every heretics name. Secret, u'hispered accusation Brought arrest and confiscation Of the victim's property and cash. Chained in dungeons, rat-infested He was questioned, threatened. i t „ f< l With the rac^ '< rappado and lash. "Confess. Confess." the prisoner (,,„„ Through his bewilderment and fears. The torture u-heel is turned another ,nch. "Confe." the Holy Father pleads "And save your soul from sinful dteat" The fettered it-retch begins to groan and ; Some doughty spirits, free of crime Denied their guilt time after time But it availed them not. nor rosed :heir edke For they were sentenced and remanded To the brutal, heavy handed Secular arm for burning at the stas;e. Thousands perished in the fires Of the Inquisition's pyres In Autos Da Fe un messed by larrc hosts Until Wapoleon't troops descended Upon Spanish soil and ended The monstrous and disgraceful holocausts. And o for me the perfumed air Echoes the terror and despair Of victims murdered in religion's name. And the clear sl;iei of Senile To my mind are clouded still With a pall of everlasting shame. TREE AND ROCK BY DAVID Fareo A tree fought for its life On rocs(y terrain. Here and there —there u>ere Patches of fertile soil Scattered among those rocl-s. To those patches the Roots found their way. From those patches they Brought nourishment to the tree. And ijeft it alive. Stubbornly the tree s-ept up its fight. Stubbornly it anchored itself in the sou And finally it emerged the victor. The tree—our people. The root*—our faith. Israel the land. Our victorious state. GREETINGS HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT N.W. 78th Street at 7th Avenue The Best-of Foods With Friendly Servk* Air Conditioned Popular Price* Ample Paring BEST WISHES for a HAPPYCHANUKA to our many Friends and Customers TO Ail CHANUKA GREETINGS KING FINISH PLASTER CO. LIAAE • COLORED PLASTER l Phone Ft 3-2031 260 N.W. 27th Street Miami, I TO All GREETINGS %  m THE AIRPORT BANK OF M£ AH REGULAR SANK SERVES PLUS COMPLETE FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTS mm CUSTOMS PARKING CONCOUtSE 4, INIWNATIONAl A*** Miemi 59, FloridNE 3-i*o* Mwntwr of F.O.I.C.



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MM Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Berney Saturday, Dec. 19, at the Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation, was the occasion for a reception Sunday tendered by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berney, 4560 W. 9th ct at the Golden Gate hotel Bruce is a student of modern dancing' and won a thousand dollar prize for his dancing on the Robert Q. Lewis "Live Like a Millionaire" television show several years ago Dad Harry is billed as the "dancing comedian," and has appeared locally at the Americana and Fontainebleau hotels Guests included Mrs. Esther Topel, of New York City; Jerry Halpern, New Orleans, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gold, Washington, D.C.; Ben Grad and Nick Garrett, New York City; and Hank Metz, of Chicago, 111. Their No. Miami Beach friends join Muriel in wishing a speedy recovery to her husband, William Liberman Muriel's Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood cultural vice prexy. RESTAURANT "*W3 & CATERERS FOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401 -TC73 !" 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MevJsiM Profroisi Sunday Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, wn be guest on the program, ii Small Voice." Sunday, 10 a.m. over WCKT-TV ch. 7. Chanuka candleUghting ceremony and music presentation will be "^ the direction of Mrs. Jack Donner %  tag. TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Serving Daily from 5 P.M. \ 2729 COLLINS AVENUE PHONES JEfferson 4-4907 JE 1-6651 ERWIN and LOUISE FRISHNET Justice Justine Wise Polier of New York's Domestic Relations Court was honored with an ebony gavel by the New York Federation of Jewish Philanthropies at a luncheon this month. The citation hailed Justice Polier's "quartercentury of a dedicated service to the community." The daughter of Rabbi Stephen Wise, Justice Polier is prominent in Jewish life as chairman of the national executive committee of the American Jewish Congress. 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December 25, 1959 An isti rhrMiain r Mintz, in Grove Play, Recalls Yiddish Stage Mintz U many different per^ r-—— %  -, <& Page 5r lies, and has seen many difworlds. He's an actor. will appear in "Come to anT' by Nellise Child, opens next Tuesday eveit the Coconut Grove Playfor a run through Jan. 10. s the story about people ig fulfillment in life," Mini? lined here. "This means it's' \r\ about all mankind, bethat's what everybody is trying to dp." Nellise Child play porthe tenants of a brownhouse in New York, who achieve independence from children and to adjust to a [way of life once their childhave attained independence them. |rring are Dennis King, IsoClsom, world-renowned dangreat Irene Castle, Teddy Dorothy Konrad, Tommy Don Gantry and Lau Watson. jtz. who plays the part of a her. comes to Miami from ^t television appearances on ircl Star Theater and Play 90, in addition to appearing film. "The Proud Rebel," starred Alan Ladd. Here's not been much time nything other than televisMintz said. "Once I became |e David' on the 'Molly Goldtelevision series, that was | mean TV has become a o.'isuming business." noted actor chuckled, stared ght ahead with laughter-filled and added: "That's the bur^ne must bear with recogni• burden" is a decreasing knt of opportunity to do his pte thing — reading monosuch as he has done on B' %  '•<• Allen, Jack Parr, and Moore shows, and in theater foments whenever possible. Ire are the ever-popular I e m Aleichem and Y. L. Iz stories," he said, "but I pomespun things mostly in appearances." Ir.tz was born Edward Satz tars ago in Lemberg as one children. His brother, Lud(atz, became one of the great | of the Yiddish stage in rica. His father, a tailor, la secret passion for drama, would dictate plays of his making to any of his avail[sons and daughters as he sat ng. fne brother and one sister survived," Mintz explained but with a resigned kind Jiderstanding shining through fantastically expressive eyes. Nazis took the rest of them pudin my father—that is, of all except Ludwig, who [come to America long, long |e" 1924, Mintz arrived in the City of Danzig, where he pi for three years, then came United States. "I promptly Bed my name to Mintz. Lud|was too famous by then. A I once worked for in Gerp was called Mintz, and a fine he was ... I figured that pas good enough for him ..." THE MANY DIFFERENT WORLDS OF ELI MINTZ. He chuckled in recollection. "Like father, we all had a mad drive for the theater. Not only Ludwig made good, you know. My brother who survived, and who is now in semi-retirement in Paris, also earned his mark hi French films. Anyway, I did everything I could to earn a living—tailor, presser, shop worker. And I nosed around the theater at night." One year after he arrived in the United States, Mintz appeared in "Kiddush Ha'Shem," by Sholem Asch. And, in 1929, he was cast by Maurice Schwartz in the world-renowned Yiddish Art Theater production, "Yoshe Kalb." "That was an experience," Mintz declared. "I don't only mean the greatness of the Jacob Singer play, which is still being performed. But appearing with such Yiddish star greats as Bertha Kalish, Samuel Goldenberg, Isidore Cashier, Lazar Fried, Celia Adler, and Anna Appel." He thought for a moment. "No money in the world could buy the experience the Yiddish stage gave us," Mintz said. "Out of its roots have grown Paul Muni, Luther Adler, Joseph Buloff, Edward G. Robinson, Stella Adler— she's among the finest theater teachers today — and so many others, who may not care to admit it now." Mintz' first chance at the English stage was in "Me and Molly," with Gertrude Berg. From Broadway, the once-famous radio program, then a play, became a television feature and one of video's earliest popular shows. After that, he did "She," a movie with Helen Gahagan and Randolph Scott. "But TV," he sighed happily— if gratefully. "It's so time-consuming. He has hardly had an opportunity to digest the plaudits that came his way across the nation for his performance in the hilarious comedy, "The Fifth Season." The noted actor is married to a pianist and music teacher in New York. They met in "Unser Kamp," some 17 years ago, and the couple have two daughters. In his "spare" time, Mintz likes to paint "But what spare time? .." His appearance in "Come to the Dance" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse beginning Tuesday will show why there has been none for this great and favorite performer. 'Ben Hur' Opens On Miami Beach they represent the smallest fracOpening this week at the Lincoln | an exciting story.' Although preTheater is "Ben-Hur," the MGM Christian themes play a central spectacular directed by William | ro i e at the climax of the picture, Wyier in 65 mm. technicolor, a new optical motion picture process. The film rather carefully follows the Gen. Lew Wallace novel of the same name, and features Charlton Heston as Judah Ben-Hur; Haya Harareet, Israeli sabra, as Esther; Jack Hawkins, Quintus Arrius; Stephen Boyd, Mcssala; Hugh Griffith, Sheik llderim; Martha Scott, Miriam; Calhy O'Donncll, Tirzah; Sam Jaffe, Simonides; and a host of other noted stars. tion of the whole, and are projected with restraint. The picture, in all, is exciting fare, and the chariot race between Judah and Messala, with all its gaudy and bloody Roman panoply, is one that will not be easily forgotten.—L.M. Unlike other spectaculars of a similar nature, 'Ben-H ur" offers Hw Seal Sale Tally Through mid-week, more than 65,000 Dade county homes and businesses have contributed $123,722 to the 1959 Tuberculosis Christmas Seal Sale, which opened Nov. 12. Results to date represent 75 percent of the $165,000 goal for 1959 to support the year-round work of the county-wide Tuberculosis Assn. More than 100,000 reminders are now in the mail to Dade countians, who have not yet answered their Christmas Seal appeal letter. We Wire Flowers Miami Springs Branch TU 7-7661 KM and ST AX'S FLORIST Bridal Bouquets — Cut Flowers Potted Plants — Funci al Wreaths Flower Shop and Nursery CORSAGES — We Deliver 14601 W. DIXIE HWY. NORTH MIAMI BEACH WI 7-5980 HOLIDAY GREETINGS University of Miami CORAL GABLES TO All GRUTIN6S CHARLES M. 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Friday. December 25. 1959 Bonds." Mattathias sensed a deep pride in his friend's tone. Judab and his brothers continued to learn more of their father's trade and were at home among the lathes and drills in the machine shop. Mattathias' fondest hopes, were coming true __he and his sons were becoming more and more a part of the wtro


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[, December 25. 1959 dlroetor al ,.' '•; 'V';"|.inu s.„ ,;„ '. Including |, U|U ""• %  brothi BUInberg. of MlamM Burvlv'el; mother; Sisters s...,!,,,, ": %  '">'' lhreA Southeast region. He is chairman of the Southeast administrative committee, Bgmnal fund-raising chairfid is a member of the naexecutive council of the le is a member of the excommittees of the Savanewish Educational Alliance, LB'nth, Beth Jacob CongreSavannah Jewish Council, Savannah committee for is. SAMUEL BLUMENFIELD uni'r mi M „ am SB* ^ 8 ^^tPcricfi^r ittibfoi •u hl(Url „ II Page 11-B 0< A ^ 0N ,, A -, S 'LBERBLATT -ml.i >,,,,. •'• carte here T ftfffg "ayuip "-""it, iSSi?S!r ,B """pew m 1 •llh Hiv. oarge ( .f MRS. ll'l,, he opened Beach. In ij|d Dance Program EiI Of. Miami Hebrew galhto w;H hold its first an(laimka supper Sunday, 6:30 r^sr-cial hall of the conllAlpne Wynn Studio of k **l\ present an original 4ance program, "Stars -* / %  %  r r ,a 1|ra „r si'^Sisn NW %  • ;:;: hi "V "'•"""'•of T-m,.|,. T f •rothI Jarol, ami a life m-mi*, .,,,,. J.-ul-h Mo,,,,. ,,„ %  ,,„ Au .„, 1 s r • %  *• %  "" n I'Var.k; three dlhUr.fi! Mr. Hot oMldren Karrrmn; and rfve irandSerxic • were Dec M ... V;,""' 1 :"' %  With burial Mt. -Nebo Cemetery. MAX BILLET 89. of 711 Collins ave.. dU-e< at Rivenil i. Memorial Chapel, Washington ave. MISS JOANNA POLLACK !f. of ,?? n y Riv AU '"•• %  ii '< | D-16 In < leveland, <>. f„n.,winir a heart operation. She came here ten vears ago from Denvtlle, X .) anil was a student at the Lear School. Surviving are her parents, Mr ami Mrs. Kmanjttj Pollack; brother, Albert; sitter, lill.n Sue; paternal granrlmnther, Mrs. Yetta Pollack: maternal uranilmothi-r, Mre. Bella Brezln. SerVlCee Were Dec. 18 at tiordon Kun.ral Home, with burial in Mt N.i.o Cemetery. MRS. ROSE SOKOL 71. of 130 3rd st.. died Pec. 17. She came here seven years ago from New Xork Surviving are her husband, Menjamln. and three sons, Including Abraham, Miami Beach. She also leaves a daughter. Services were Dec 1< II Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washington ave., with burial in Mt. Slnal Cemetery. SAMUEL WINKEL 78, of 734 IferldlM ave., died Dec. 17. years ago from Portsmouth, O., and was a retired re:,! estate, broker. Surviving are two dauuht,-r-.. Oertrude and Lillian. Services u.r, Dec. IS .at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Washington ave., WiBi burial in Mt. Nebo Cemi ELLIS SHWOM 77, retired real estate broker, of 5JS1 SW 4th it., died Dec, 16i^B>' came her,seven years ago froaj Boston. Sur\ iv,,rs Include ills wife, 8VII;t; si,,, and three daujajglirs, iiielaUini: Lillian Travers and !!.. lssenbert. both of Miami: nlmgrnnd eblldr'i, and two Rreat-graiiik MMren Services were Dec 17 at Itll morliil )* J NURSERY ANNUAL BEDDING PLANTS FOR W1NTIR BLOOMS PETUNIAS PANSIYS PHLOX £TC. REASONABLE PRICES S.W. 36th Avenue Jck Phone HI 6-2479 REETI NGS JOHN KORNHAUS K. & K. GARAGE GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS • Special Whnl Alignment t Balancing $7.95 M Ea$t 32nd STREET TU 7-9898 HALEAH CONVALESCENT HOME Not Acce>p| a SubsUtut* lor YOUR Senior Citiien '' %  CondiUonaKl 24-Hr. Licensed Nurses ;1W WEST 27th STRUT HIALEAH, FLORIDA CaH TIT t-6332 or writ e far brochure OUR SPECIALTY & CONDOLENCE BASKETS r-REJHir PACKED and DELIVERED WITHIN THE HOUR FRUIT CIRCUS 1698 S.W. Flagler Ter. • PHONE • FR 3-9275-FR 1-2511 ir GREETINGS DEMPSEY'S RADIO & TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE All Work Guaranteed "EAST SERVICE" 704 N.E. 79th St. Ph. PL 1-8558 CHANUKA GREETINGS FLORIDA LUMBER & PLYWOOD SERVICE TNC. WHOLESALE PLYWOOD & LUMBER ALL TYPES and SIZES 77 N.W. 72nd Street RL 87616 GRttTINGS... TROPICAL TYPEWRITER SERVICE WE HAVE A URGE SUPPLY OF FINE USED PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. 2135 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. p hone „, 84156 LEGAL NOTICENOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that i in underalaned, deslrinc to mcaKtin %  -* under the fictitious name of MUSIC 8ERVICK I'IIMI'AXY nt I.SI2 Wet Ave., Miami lleuch, intendx t" register said Dame wlta the Clerk "l tli. Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorldu. IIA.VSEN PL'RLICATIONS, IXC. (a \.v. Corp 1 12/25,1/1-8-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 59C10440 P.O.M. INVESTMENT CO., INC., A FLORIDA CORPORATION, Plaintiff, vs. FLEDER SCRAP AND SALVAGE IM, ET ALB, 1 lefendante. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE MiTICK is HEREBY OIVEN purS uant to I I1n.1l I U el ee % %  ti-r1 ati-.l DECBMBKi; IT. I'.'.".'.', mid entsred in i'li;mr.r\ Case No. a9C10440 i.f the Clrcull Court of tin Eleventh .1 w!i< i.il Circuit in and f"i Dade County, Florida wherein P.O.M. INVESTMENT Ci' INC A Kl.i IRIDA <' IRPORATION Plaintiff, and FLEDEft SCRAP AND SALVAGE INC., ET ALB Defendants, 1 iii sell to the 1 best bidder for oaah al the Bouth fronl door "< the Dade Ci inty Co HI 1 use in Miami, 1 %  > e County. IV %  'lot* AM, MII ih, ."ih da) of Jan 1 y, IMO, the followli ty as *. %  forth In -Wit: Thai certain pan els ol land situ ite, lying and I %  1 Counts. Ida, an 1 n 01 %  • deaenbed ai follows: Th< s. ith 100 •• 1 ol thi North ISO (,, ..1 Tra i %  1: Block 111 ol REVISED PLAT OF PORTIONS OF TWELFTH ADDITION TO TOWN OF HIALEAH, ccording to the i.... %  %  : r • Book %  ,.f Da le Co inty, Floi la; also knows Lou 11 and 15, Block l pf TWEL|. i'H ADDITION TO THE TOWN op HIALEAH, rdlns to the Plat thereof, recordi d In Plat Book 8, at page in of the Publk B of Dade County, Florida, also known I c OU rt, Hlaleah, with improvemenu and fls< i" thereon: and Aluminum Sim Iter -1 Metal Shear Metal Baller-Gasolln. Driven Complete \ % %  Welder Drill P 'I,.,, Trmk-Traller M ; '.!;,; ^ n # mi mi Dor. Tran,r niif catioii „ Tmmm ...MO-CyLMa Truck Identification #11 %  *! 1 ,M M .fde? Bn Ch tfiwmm .^.-Cyl-Ch, 1 isia R.Cvl CM 1 Truck "' -, ,„#.4. I IMS .-Cyl. <|V flcation -!'•! •' % %  p.Hd ikN 2i ,, cw3 /M To All Greetings CAPT. S. HAMWAY BOAT P0PEYE TOO ENJOY A DAY FISHING Pier 2 10800 COLLINS AVE. Hsulover Beach Dock Phone wi 7-3525 SERVICE QUALITY GOOD WILL ; "GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE" Distributors Libbey. Owens, Ford Glass Co. & Insulux Glass Block 1601 1619 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 9-0656 MIAMI 36. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA Hoover Awning & Mfg. Co. 6921 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone PL 4-2667 • Awnings • Solarium! • Tor.oelim • Canopies • Beach Cabanas • Canvas Garages Beach and Garden Umbrellas — Lawn and Garden Furniture Canvas Paint — Waterproofing "rYe Make Anyfhing In Canvas" TO ALL GREETINGS CRAWFORD DOOR SALES COMPANY NEW CONSTRUCTION & REMODELING WORK RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL CRAWFORD MARVEL-LIFT DOORS 4930 East 10th Lane MU 8-4513 Hialeah, Flo. HAPPY HOLIDAYS HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5830 Srnset Drive, So. Miami MO 6-2516 To All Season's Greetings HARRY W. EDGAR MASONRY CONTRACTOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL NE 4-7256 485 N.W. 15th Ave. Miami, Fla.



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Page 4-C +JeUti ntrk/kHi Greetings • • • "OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU" DADE DRY DOCK CORP. BUILDERS OF STIEl BARGES I TUGBOATS NAVY ARCHITECTS MARINE CONSULTANTS 777 Biscayne Boulevard Phone FR 9-3651 MIAMI FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS We Grow our own PLANTS-TREES-SHRUBS MELANDOR NURSERY Complete Line FERTILIZER-INSECTICIDE 15721 N.W. 7th Ava. North Miami Wl 7-6971 TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS fV MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS Monahan's Electric Co.. Inc. Electrical Contractors 4050 N.W. 29th STREET MIAMI TO AIL GREETINGS PARIS BUILDERS GENERAL CONTRACTING FREE ESTIMATES MO 6 036* 7401 S.W. 69th Court ,-* r Best Wishes for the Chanuka Holidays t% ASSOCIATED ARTISTS SapaJJas far Artists, f aaJ n r i aaa 1 Ardiittcfs 1122 BISCAYNE BLVD. Pfconts FR 3 3562 or FR 9 2336 y f ft ..*--.-. SEASON'S GREETINGS VT ECONOMY PAINT & BODY SHOP "CUSTOM WORK OUR SPECIALTY" John and BillSloarY 2519 N.W. 38th Straat N|4-3121 ASPHALT MATERIAL CO. 1000 N.W. 57th Avenue M0 72551 Pa*in 9 Mfffft P/oaf Mixecf jbataff Ws Clam ft rVeors logger P.O. lax 786 Card Cables Florida B.ilder* Service, Utr. 100 N. E. lat Are. Miami Florida TO ALL GREtTlNGS THE MIAMI nfSrjRAHCE AGENCY.fllC." GENERAL INSURANCE %  1MH. St. Mem. *,„„,. j^. ^ U7 H &f asis —. 4.1*4 the vigorous new Jnrnk which is being crested lert That they're enthusiastic ijfct mild a word. Consciously JeM { as opposed to setfMe*2] Jewish, they have ahrarikssM ed that Jewish values tad triku tioni are something to be ished. With the exception of bat] families, school sad camps, they have been litinjsjl spiritual islands, isolated os I among their own peophi. Htrth! Israel they found a world tag! they could belong to, ud than belongs to them. Each one was so anxious *Q> plain this wonderful new ssei tion of freedom thai they tie] gan to speak at once. "Yos sill be living among two roiOnaJcajj in Brooklyn, and in ill Isratj there are no more thin two af j lion. But in the States half if j them don't even know tberhj Jews. Here many of tie peak! are not Orthodox, but on S*] bath, on any street, ye* wffl-siq know that it is ShabMl" "You couldn't havtL this in the States," Carol I. a dark-eyed pixie, told sje s,e| all sat together on the ] ring to the gracious, infaag] beauty of Bar-uao easasvl "There are plenty of tfs sp H universities in the SUttt,jp course. Brooklyn College is*a*j nice and friendly, too. Bat JU GREETINGS "*1 w. i111 :< wuM DUMP TRUCI SEBVKI j Soil & Sand for LcmnTopfSf Service to South Dade Area QssT %  MOO 8.W. 71*. ** Phone MO 7-2073 H as Aeswtr erf m M Holiday Greetings to JOSEFS Pastry SN 1091 NormandT W" Miami Beach Phone ON •-• GREETINGS UUTINOa Cae**



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age 4-D j^ay.Dwamb*, Greetings to Ali TERMINAL AIRCRAFT SERVICE PICK-UP & DELIVERY STORAGE BLDG. 143 Miami International i Air Depot Greetings/ II : L C. MORRIS. Inc. j. ASPHALT PAVING CONTRACTORS "WE PAVE THE WAY" Builders of Streets, Driveways, Roods, Forking Areas Engineering — Construction Phone OX 1-5400 Miami 2581 N.W. 72nd St. Commissioner Charles "Chuck" Hall REAL ESTATE v Cxtends Best Wishes For Ike Holidays *""**• To Aif His friends GREETINGS RADER and ASSOCIATES ENGINEERS & ARCHITECTS 100 Biscayne Blvd., Sooth, First National Bank Building Phone FR 1-3551 Miami, Florida wv -*^rft -^ t -^r^^^ -^^^ w -X -A i j> >^ Happy Inbal dancers gather baclartage after cere are hailed everywhere as being endooJ winning critical acclaim during their current can be ... a devoted servant of religion tour throughout the United States. Presented and at the same time acknowledge that ad by S. Hurok. under the auspices of the Amerwith a deep spiritual gaiety. ica-Israel Cultural Foundation, the Inbal danThe Passage of Time and Tale of a Clod CHANUKA GREETINGS Phone JE 1-6S21 We Deliver WASHINGTON AVL FOOD CENTER Floor Oeefffr BrtHr Service 1051 WASHINGTON AVE. Grocerlts • Dairy • DeTKOtcssoa Apottiltrs • Koskor Meats • Bokorv Fr.its mi Vegetables MIAMI REACH, HA. By RAY S. OIMOIR Jewish Floridien Correspondent In Israel Visiting places and people in Israel is commonplace, yet personally to experience an unusual sight and meet an unusual person is still a thrill. I recently had the pleasure of visiting and talking with the residents at one of the Malbeo old aged homes in Israel, Kfar Menashe. These homes are a tremendous accomplishment here in Israel, and Malben can well be proud of their work, especially that they instill the desire to live in these old people. To All Holiday Greetings 1 J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE North Miami Tax Assessor I This is a very Urge bone, ed up into sub-cofnsMBMttti! ropeans pursuing their wrj in one section, the North with their way of life, in The unusual feature of the my introduction to Mosbe a 70-year-old resident of the who had just returned to Menasche after a series tion. He was born in Pole settled in Pans in IMS, waa a prosperous watches This afforded him the ability to indulge in bis t hobby, the creation of clocks." Conveying ideas by ronej clocks is Mr. Mciman's ivo as he says, "You read a forget its message, but yon I escape an idea which loota] the face each time you wasfi know the hour of the day" (ttj his message clocks wi when Biahk. the famous M poet, visited Paris In URV Meiman offered to make ssj present of a clock which play the Hebrew national Bialik died two years lal the clock finished shortly wards is still a showpiece Continued on >to •* SEASON'S GREETINGS lialeah Plumbing & Water Heater Co. Inc. WATER HEATERS SOLD — INSTALLED REPAIRS — SERVICE — NEW INSTALLATIONS TROWELL & SON 24-Hour Emergency Service — TU 8-8675 3374 Palm Avenue Hlaleah HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL HARRIS & RENN RE-UPHOLSTERING and NEW Hotel Cocktail Lounges, Ban. Booths. Also Breakfast Nooks 921 N. Miami Avenue %  X FR 1-5286 HOLIDAY CKtnmCS TO All QUALITY TRIM SHOP INC Sset Covers • Convertible Tops O) Complete Interiors 75 N.W. 36th Shwet Phone PL 7-4354 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR. CHIEF OF POLICE MIAML FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS Mewt's Place TOM-SEAT C0VIj %  Work b set Chs OM, w.rk rl Net toe -UT nrwT DO r 10*5 M.W. J*th ST. rh. %  etsr wiSHts roe THE HOLIDAYS ... BEACH WELDING AND SUPPLIES 1243 %  2ftfc STREET MIAMI BEACH JE 1O0M, JE 1-4071 HOLIDAY MEETINGS Herta'n Salon de tiennte fttrrhe 4 Derorho Cosmetologists hi All Lioot of loooty CeHore •hoot MO 4-2444 5745 SUNSET DRIVE. H.I,., iw,. BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA EVERGLADES LUMBER and BUILDING SUPPLY, INC. 6991 S W 8th Street MMO* M0 5-3595 MONDAY SATURDAY 7:30 AJ*. 5:30 PJM. SUNDAY 8:30 AM. 12:30 P.M. TO ALL... GREETINGS MIAMI WATBHttl*j COMPANY Phone NE 5*715 1324 N.W. Jt* m "Where the Cusy! Always Rig" Vden Bo* Hjjj AirConditioned-NoW Manicuring JOSEPH GUIDA, 4525 COLLINS AVt Miami Beet*



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Page 12-D +JelsHJcrkfk>r Friday, December 25. l JDC Eyes Regular Welfare Organization GENEVA—(JTA)—A permanent organization of European Jewish community leaders for regular consultations on Jewish education, health and welfare problems was proposed recently at the final session of the 14th annual overseas conference of the Joint Distribution Committee. The proposal was made by Charles H. Jordan, JDC overseas director general, who was chairman at the session which was devoted to consideration of future needs and policies of European Jewish communities. The four-day meeting was attended by 125 religious and welfare leaders from 25 countries who reviewed JDC policies and programs. Henry S. Villard, United State* Consul General in Gintu and resident delegate to the European office of the United Nations, told a dinner session presided over by Edward M. M. Warburg, JDC chairman that a government by itself cannot adequately meet the infinite variety of human needs without the efforts of voluntary agencies in the holds of relief, rehabilitation, education and social welfare. Noting that the United States Government "varries out social welfare programs of its own," Mr. Villard added: "It has embarked on a very ambitious program overseas generally known as Point Pour; its established refugee assistance program will receive almost $30,000,000 in appropriated funds this year and another $10.000.000 to $12,000,000 has been allocated to the food distribution program." Dr. William Haber. University of Michigan economist and president of the World ORT Union, credited the reconstruction of Jewish communal life in Europe to the joint efforts of American Jewry and the JDC, working in partnership with the newly emerging European The Symphony of Building Continued from Pago 3-D ed. "But won't that take years— and the cost—where would Israel get the money?" he asked. No. it would not take years, but months, they explained. And a Urge part of the money would come from Israel bonds. Malta thias was beginning to share their entthusiasm, but he still couldn't figure out what all this had to do with him. Preliminary work had begun on the oil pipeline, they told him, but the engineers were being hampered by a shortage of certain meal valves and fittings. Mattathias suddenly understood and they saw the light that had cme into his eyes. They showed him the samples of the parts that were needed. "How many do you need, and when?" Mattathias asked. "Six hundred of each—in ten days—otherwise the next stage of the pipeline will be seriously delayed. "Ten days! You mean—before Chanuka?" Yes. Mattathias, before Chanuka." And so Mattathias and his sons waged and won a new battle for Israel, a battle of production and development. Jewish leadership. He said that the partnership had made possible achievements in 15 years which otherwise iniuht have required generations of effort. He called the new European Jewish leadership "a small but fittingly effective group of men of the highest calibre." The delegates were told that $59. 938.000 had been distributed by th. Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany during the past six years to aid victims of Nazi persecution. The reporl was made by Saul Kagan, secretary of the Claims Conference who appealed to the leaders of the European Jewiih communities to in tensity their efforts to become self-supporting in preparation for the time, five years from now. when compensation from Weft Germany will end Claims Conference money for Nazi victims in the 25 countries where the JDC operates is administered by this organization and becomes part of a common fund known as JDC Claims Conference Funds. Mr. Kagan, dealing m his report mainly with Jewish communities in Western Europe where 75 percent of Claims Conference money is distributed, stressed that the Claims Conference regarded the development and rebuilding of the Jewish communities of Europe which bore the brunt of Nazi brutality as one of its principal objective*. He said the efforts of the Claims Conference, in cooperation with the JDC and central community organizations in each country, had contributed greatly to the revitalization of Jewish communities in Europe. Let Us Solve Your CHANUKA *&" ems SEND A SUBSCRIPTION TO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN To Someone You Want to Please "A Gift Card Sent with Each Subscription" Every Jewish Family in Greater Miami Should Be Reading This Weekly! THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN affords a medium wherein the Jewish people can give expression to their charitable, social and cultural enterprises, to their national life and institutions, to their religious life and its various manifestations. SUBSCRIBE MOW FOR A FRIEND OR RELATIVE ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $ 5.00 3 YEARS SUBSCRIPTION 10.00 The above amounts entitle subscriber to all weekly issues as well as copies of special editions. Please Address Subscriptions and Remittances to the CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT Mail This Coupon Today! SEND THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN TO NAAAF "1TBF-FT rirv STATF T NAMF Aonaifaa MY CHECK ENClOSfO FOt $5.00 (1 Yr.) $10 M (3 Yn.) ADDRESS: THE JEWISH FlOtlDIAN P.O. BOX 2973 MIAMI 1. HA. i i Chanuka Question Box Continued from Page 5-B minded of the miracle that occurred in the days of the Maccabees. In later times, however, it became impractical to light the candles in reach of the passersby since the Jewish people went through many eras of violent persecutions and animosities. Thus the candles were taken inside. In order to attract passersby, the candies are placed on the window sill for all to see. The basic requirement is to have the candle lit in the home for the family to see as well as to attempt to have passers-by notice the candles by placing them near the window sill. Taking them entirely outside the house would thus remove them from the home and prevent the family from seeing them. It would also precipitate the risk of vandalism which would either blow out the candles or steal them entirely. Why are the Chanuka candles kindled before the Sabbath candles on Friday? Kindling the Sabbath candles is traditionally regarded as a sign of accepting the Sabbath in the home. It would, therefore be out of order to kindle the Chanuka candles after the Sabbath candles since this would be like kindling fire on the Sabbath. Thus they must be lit before the Sabbath candles are kindled. wwwwww ^WW> Chanuka Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons Chris 1 Beauty Salon BEAUTIFUL HAIR STYLING 1672 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-1912 MR. 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Jewish Floridian n, Florida, Friday, December 25, 1959 BOM OUT OF THE PMTC u ,... ff T|||n 1000-Year-Old Jewish Community is Brought to Light in Exotic India By BEN HAN AN A Jewish community in India, ossibly 2,000 years old, shunned ind discriminated against by othsegments of Indian Jewry and nknown by world Jewry until the beginning of the 19th century, |s about to end its long isolation om the mainstream of Jewish ie: Bem< Israel has joined the forld Council of Synagogues. Preliminary steps toward this storic event were taken early imong the 21,000 members of his ancient community, and nembcrship hv the global synaogue body was scheduled to be estowi'd unon the Bene Israel at constitutional convention of oe World Council of Synagogues lit Kiamesha Lake, N. Y., which ras held in November simulneously with the biennial contention of the United Synagogue America. Representing Bene Israel was Honorable B. B. Benjaun, Under Secretary, Ministry pf Commerce and Industry in the dian Government, president of : Jewish Welfare Federation of elhi and Northern India, and outstanding leader of the ene Israel community. Mr. Baaafter following closely the organizing convention of the Jorld Council of Synagogues and year's Latin American conence. suggested possible affilition. In correspondence with the United Synagogue, Mr. Benjamin as related an ancient tradition bis community's origin: "Indian Jewry consists mostlv Bene Israels, whose ancestors, ^cording to an oral tradition nded down from generation to generation, migrated to India om Palestine after the destruc|ion of the First Temple, about 1 years ago. [/'Divergent views are held about exact date of their arrival in dia. However, an ancient cemery at Nowgow, a village near ^Jibjg (a town on the west coast "Bombay), is still being shown the plate in which the bodies If those shipwrecked near the oast were buried by the survives. The present Bene Israels arc descendants of these surviv". who numbered seven couHes. "For several centuries, the "immunity managed to observe religious laws and practices, time came when, for want of s and spiritual guidance It this is interesting to note that community has been menUoned in the accounts of many S rJ. raVe, r ,S induding the II entury Ben J am 'i of Tudela and Marco Polo of the 13th century. History and legend contain several accounts of the Bene Israel community. Whatever is finally set down as historical about their Past, the fact remains that the Bene Israel have kept their faith amidst both persecution and tolerance, each of which has its own particular temptations. Through the years, the Bene Israel have contributed to the general welfare of India, producing scholars, authors, journalists and newspaper publishers. Bene Israel soldiers serving in the army rose to positions of eminence. The present Judge Advocate of India's Fleet, E. E. Jhirad, is among the prominent members of the Bene Israel community. The prayer book was translated into the vernacular Marathi language (a language spoken on the Bene Israel wedding ceremony commences with the chanting of prayers for the bridegroom (second from right). Esther Gershone of Karachi was the first Indian girl to enroll at the Jewish Theological Seminary oi America, where she studied from 1948 to 1953. -Founder and principal of the Hebrew School in Karachi and graduate of the University of Bombay, Miss Gershone is a member of one of the leading families of Bene Israel. and literature, almost everything was forgotten. Nevertheless, certain fundamentals remained: rigid abstention from work on Sabbath, circumcision on the eighth day, remaining indoors on Yom Kippur, scrupulous observance of fasts, and keeping a distinction between clean and unclean birds, fish, and animals. It was the observance of these fundamentals that convinced one David Rahabi of Egypt (who, according to tradition, visited India some time in the 12th century) that the Bene Israel were of Jew ish origin. "He discovered that we were Israelites, and he thereafter effected a religious revival among the people, teaching them systematically the tenets of the Hebrew religion. Ever since, the community has observed Sephardic rites, and has read prayers from the Livorno prayer books." west coast of India). Synagogues and schools were built and for many decades the affairs of the community were consistently looked after by its leaders. "However," Mr. Benjamin writes, "there was no rabbi who could maintain and continue the spiritual ideals and inspire the community to adhere to them. For want of this spiritual guidance, whatever progress the community has made in the past is now gradually waning. There are a number of synagogues and WOHCMff M COMB/IT jUW OWgHB Chanuka Shows Dimensions Of the Jew Long Forgotten In the Shadows of History By SAMUEL M. SILVER Chanuka will be celebrated throughout the world this year, and its celebrants may include non-Jews as well as Jews. This would be what show business people call a "twist" because usually it's the Jews who trespass on the Christian festival in December. There is one major reason for the possibility of extensive Christian attentiveness to Chanuka this year. That reason is a book. You guessed it. We refer to "Exodus." In that amazing book, Leon I'ns (whose family name, fittingly enough was once Yerushalmi, the Jerusalemite) has lifted for all to sec the image of the "fighting Jew." The Jews have been proficient in combat for many centuries, but hardlv anyone noticed. The story of the first freedom-fighters in history, the Maccabeans, never quite 'made the grade and therefore was not as well known aII might have been. By hat we mean that the saga of Judah and his doughty brethren didn t get into the Bible: instead it was in( llul( (1 in ,hat post-Biblical collation of documents knwn as the Apocrypha. Apocrypha has two meanings: -hidden" and "mythical. And s0 \t ...truly that the epoeha self-defense and combat, never willingly, always aware that the resort to force was contrary to their own inclinations. But again and again they decide that they would rather die on their feet than live on their knees. Here in the United States every military episode in our history has featured Jewish men of valor. But still the story didn't penetrate. Jewish officers and batContinued on Page 9-D prayer halls, each functioning in its own way, many in bad financial curcumstances. There is no federation, there is no proper coordination of action in the matter of the solemnization of marriages and other rituals. Consequently, for want of strong leadership and proper guidance, strife is not uncommon Due to lack of coordinated action a nd proper training of the children, the social and religious tendencies of the community are gradually moving towards heterodoxy and indifference. "Taking into consideration this sad position of the community which is trying its best to maintain the ancient heritage, tradi. turn, culture and rites, in spite of heavy odds, one begins to fear whether the heritage which these people have so zealously preserved for so many centuries is on the verge of extinction. "Who then can come to the spiritual rescue of these unfortunate remnants in Israel in a country of 370 million people? ... Only a rabbi with sufficient knowledge of the background of the local conditions and sympathy with local traditions, culture, customs and usages can save them. Such a rabbi, by his personality, learning and character will be able to impress upon our people the desirability of uniting and ensuring religious revival. "The rabbi will not find his task difficult. He will be surprised to note (as I was surprised when I read the literature of the United Continued on Page 8-D Three Bene Israel children. struggle of the Maccabeans, jews did not make much of a fuss over the Apocrypha and the Christian, also gave it second place to their testament. In other ages and places the jews distinguished themselves in •^y \ 1 .4* l I! Yocheved of Bombay, now in Kibbutz Nirim, Israel prepares for the Sabbath.



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December 25, 1959 uka Celebrates Victory Over Great Odds Page 11-C from PM UL % % %  |My pleasures and the L values of the festival Kite joyous mood among to 8 i5d parents alike." Itfeen Rabbi Gordon adds Lfhtful phrase: "Converfith rabbis, teachers and jta suburbia make it evljt C&anulca occupies a fp|je in the lives of Amcri. It is the symbol of belief in man's inherj to worship God in freemen as it attests to their f the future of mankind." (i Gordon quotes suburbanquenlly in his study and a statement relating to fjue of Chanuka in "opposphristmas: "How can we net the Christmas influour public school sys$e mu-i do it through our and Sunday schools and homes as well. So we Ichanuka a season for coldeeorations. We kindle ally tapered little candles Istribute yifts and presents the eight nights of the ll. We arrange our beautiol and home parties. We lour congregational books shops present lovely [wrapped in especially-deholiday paper. In this Ichanuka becomes lots of Iside from the story of the and the Syrians and ^plications of that story." > is ill well and good for I poping in a particular diI eager to accept the holilof their people, uneasy [the pressures of the holi! the majority religion. But [is more to it than this, I'm i For Chanuka has the ele| which lend themselves not celebration but, peculiarAmerican appreciation. (gin with, it is a holiday be accepted both as a p and a national celebrate Maccabees rededicated nple and the miracle came pie small cruse of oil—with oil for one day—burned pt days and nights. This lie religious aspect to it— Mged survival of a people o matter that it is a "mi%  oliday compared with the I of Awe, which are really ersonal holidays and theclones). And then, of course. Nate's Sartit Basin N. W. North Rive* Drlva *"* Mill P 8 PPy Chanuka to All' Friends and Patrons penny's BE A0TIFUL SHOES MIRACLE MILE [CORAL GABLES 5 0n HI 8-8947 Winokura ALL OUR FRIENDS AN PATRONS GREET| NGS WEN'S SHOP 1L n^f str^i' member group of the Notional to^J&£l£S*1m we have the nationalistic side. A people rose up and conquered an enemy, against tremendous odds. The victories of Judah Maccabee make for great reading, and Judah's tactics were sufficiently brilliant for him to be included as one of the outstanding military leaders in HJM world on a bas relief at West Point. Surely, this is acceptance on the American scene. And to make the story even more fascinating, the Jews of old did in truth fight for religious freedom, a battle which is being fought in our time by Americans of various beliefs. So this is an ever-new though old story. And It is vivid and colorful—and true. The fact that it also lends itself to the liRhting of the menorah, and to the exchange and giving Continued on Page 16C SEASON'S GREETINGS Sommers Herbert Ime. woman PABEI 165S N. -MIAMI AVENUE MIAMI •bone ft 1-5679 A. I. SOMMERS "WE COVE* THE EARTH' "Wt COVER THE EARTH" THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Cft 7114 HI 2nd Ayr.-1300 W. Flooler St., FR 7-2588-1680 Ahen Rd., Miami Beach 9417 Martini Ave., M. B., Ph. UN 6-5953 23 Okeechobee Rd., Ph. TU 81510 1*1$ Peace 0* lee* Blvd. 2015 Morris*St., Hollywood Ft. louder..!. 14M N.W. loth Street West Palm Booth Best Wishes for A Happy Chanuka from the Foremost Photographers of the South i/udios 252 L Flogltr St. in the Roper WMhf ffcmW. '*•**** Best Wishes for the Holiday Season .. GENERAL TIRE CO., INC. 4 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS HAPPY CHANIIKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS ANft CUSTOMERS H. HENTZ & CO. Established 1856 Members New York Stock Exchange and other leading stock and commodity exchanges 452 Biltmore Way Coral Gables Telephone HI 6-0841 Edmond E. Dorit and Wendell J. Brown Managers I BEST WISHES FOR THE CHANUKA HOLIDAYS SEABOARD LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA 1451 N. Bayshore Drive, Miami 32, Florida Phone FR 9-8461 SEASON'S GREETINGS To All Our Friends and Patrons W. .1. FH III General Passenger Agent SEABOARD RAILROAD < i BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS SWIFT & COMPANY Refreshingly yours .. • Swift's ire Cream PHONE HI 8-6555 GREETINGS JACK SWERDLIN CEMENT BLOCK INDUSTRIES "Specify C.B.L" Phone MO 1-7696 Immediate Delivery • HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Be Sure To Visit MBS* W INDIAN VUM 1700 N.W. 25Hi AVENUE MIAMI Phone NE 4-5843 ~ SEASONTGREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS BRANT ORCHID SUPPLY "Complete Orchids Service and Storage" 2970 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone B ERIC G. DIETSCH PAINTING AND ^COHATING 1658 N.W. 1W. STIKT P H0MI NE *"" BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA TRI-CITY SEPTIC TANK INC. BEST WISHES FOR THE HOL.DAY SEASON MARGE SLETTA Mural. MIAMI Phooe ft MI7I TO ALL GREETINGS ... ivr BADE PAPER & BAG CO., INC. 65 NX 23rd Street TRIMS !" SS F^ or Broiled Chidcen GEORGE'S CHICKEN HOUSE J14 FIFTH STOIT. MIAMI BEACH TIL Jl M3W



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December 25, 1959 H CM arvnin sit ours. ~ if ppiebaitin INE of the most important soTcial events scheduled for the |r future is the Diamond JubiBall given for the benefit of National Children's Cardiac kpital. This strictly formal afr will be held Saturday night, D 30, at the Fontainebleau holuncheon was recently given [the Cardiac Hospital to acpint outstanding leaders in the nmunity with the institution the necessity for assisting Be children. in chairmen of the planning arrangements committee are p. Paul Kimmier and Mrs. Lee Incr. At the luncheon, Mrs. amier wore a royal blue wool with the modified kimona pve. Her jacket was cut short loose fitting with oversize |tching bone buttons. Mrs. Ratselected a black peau de soie a scooped neckline and ee quarter deep cuffed sleeves. skirt featured the cartridge kts, and her hat was a draped T>an in white peau de soie. resident of the Miami Beach hpter of the National Children's rdiac Hospital, Mrs. Edward Instein, chose a brown tweed with matching knit trim. William Kneapler was all in ; Her wool suit was royal le'with the same color hat in %  slu-d felt, and shoes, hose and Idbag all in blue. leading the over-all planning for the Diamond Jubilee Paul R'mm.er spoke briefly to the ty for nC L C0nC0r K ning ,he ne 2 jy. f or aiding these children To S, "eartfelt life to his com sookp hri%, f he liUIe Dali ents spoke briefly to the audience She sure was a healthy-looking' well-adjusted child; yet when she ame to ,he hospital, she had tl nae in a special car, and later %  Pent months i„ bed. Now lack n school and appearing well, she is still a very sick little girl Mr. Rimmier stressed, it is because these children do not look sick that people hesitate to give as generously as they might if they were outwardly crippled or deformed. • IISTENING attentively was Mrs. Melvin Weinkle. dressed in a navy blue ensemble. Mrs Baron de Hirsch Meyer wore a white Italian knit ensemble with a hand lace crocheted bodice. Over this, she chose a big, bulky white coat with oversized turned back cuffs. Her hat was a white fur pillbox trimmed with a doubonet velvet bow. Chairman for all of Dade county for "Heart Sunday" which will be held the end of February is Mrs. Alvin Savage, who was in a dyed to match Dalton cashmere and wool ensemble in a shrimp S e u O i l t 0r was n M a r, ChareO D aI grCy W0 Itsli \ ? %  Uo Robi "son. Her al an knit jacket featured a %  Has r X in fr !" ^ ts t0 th e affair are $50 Per Plate, and may be obtain^ from any member of the boar The lot. 865e7 In addi,1 n to her !" mCn S Club cha Pters, terras^stlnr' "*"*"" • • M" and Mrs James Abramson CarilZ 'h ai ned ? gUests at the carillon hotel Saturday The event was the formal engage ZTJ?*? honorin their daughter, b Phy.„s Sue, and Jon Philip Accepting the guests' best wishes Phylhs was" gowned in Pink alencon lace over satin Her gown was fitted to just below the satin". T ".*" banded with satin and a large poufed bow. and h e sklrt flared fu „ ^ Her hemline featured the natural lace scallops. Her sister, Harriet, was in a red sik organza strapless formal with an extremely bouffant skirt. Near the hemline of the skirt were many small drapes which cascaded into a deep flounce. Mother of the groom-to-be, Mrs John Serbin, wore a floor-length ivory satin formal. The sheath was molded in the skirt, and the scooped neck bodice was of lace. Mrs. Abramson also wore a floorlength. Her's was a porcelain blue French lace over satin, with a satin drape swirling around one side that ended in a pouf finish at the hemline, and the other end of the drape went into a pannier at the hack. Uncle of the bride-to-be, Maurice Shapiro, composed original music, and Mrs. Abramson wrote the lyrics for a song depicting the romance of Phylhs and Jon from its beginning three years ago. The wedding is scheduled in June. Page 3-B fables No. 1 Address >. Alhambra Apts. Bedroom-Walk in Clown-Air. nditioned—Heated—Carpeted— t> Kitchens—Built-in Oven, Stove OOL PATIO 50 So. Alhambra MO 5-1091 Turn, off U.S. I at University K' Motel Open daily 12-5 1! RETIRED GENTLEMAN ftarly of New York and now of "*'. deeirei to make acquaintOf refined lady. SO to 40 with htual objeet of matrimony. 'its D, B. e/o Jewish Floridian, r O. Box 73. Miami f, Fla. Chanuka Party For Residents Mrs. Mary Hirschhorn will be hostess to the annual Chanuka party for residents at the Jewish Home for the Aged. This Feast of Lights and giftgiving affair is sponsored annually by the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged. Mrs. Louis Makovsky has arranged the entertainment with an Hawaiian theme. M^s. Hirschhorn will lead the blessing and lighting of menorah candles. Mrs. Sol Silverman, president, will present Chanuka gifts to residents. Bruce Burke, Flamenco dancer, is also scheduled. The affair will take place Sunday, 2 p.m., at Douglas Gardens, 151 NE 52nd st. Proceeds for Teen-Agers Sisterhood of Temple Judea will hold a New Year's Eve affair on Thursday. Dec. 31, starting at 10 p.m., at the Temple. Dancing will be to the music of Bennie Fairbanks. Proceeds are for the youth activities program, which serves 60 teen-agers of the area. 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Page 6-B +Jmlsi>ncr*Uai0 %  I Frida Y-D**ab,. Ardmor lmvUl llrrmi MS. 04VI0 MAMK *$. 411AN SAVACl Mrs. Harris in Traditional Chantilly Lace Gown In a double ring candlelight ceremony Sun,lay evening. Dec. 20. at the Diplomat Country Club, Miss Barbara F. Kaplan became the bride of David K. Harris The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaplan. 1919 Bay dr., Miami Beach. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. j. Harris, 1825 W. 24th at., Sunset Island 3. Rabbi Joseph N'arot and Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the 6 p.m. ceremony. The bride selected a traditional wedding gown of imported chantilly lace, with the fitted bodice in a lony torso effect, loni: ileevei U) I wrist point, and Peter Pan collar reembroidered with iridescent sequins and seed pearls. The skirt was of slipper taught up in folds with appliqued roses of %  << % %  reeobroklered with sequins and extending into a cathedral train Her three -tiered French illusion fingertip-length veil fell from a tiara of seed pearls She carried white orchids, stephanotis. and hly-of-the-vallcy on an heirloom Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. Melvin Green, sister of the groom. Miss Susan Beldner was maid of honor. Bridesmatrons included Mrs. Irving Cohen, Mrs. Jerry Harris and Mrs. Melvin Harris. Suzane Harris, Marjorie Silver and Robin Harris were flower girls. The groom's father served as best man for his son. Ushers included Dr. Marvin Harris, Henry Harris. Melvin Green. Harry Cohen, and Herbert Kaplan, brother of the bride. Newly wed Mrs. Harris is a graduate of Miami Beach High School, and studied music with Sid Franklin. Her husband attended Kentucky Military Institute, graduated from Miami High School, and will receive his degree in business from the University of Miami next June. He will join the staff of the Metropolitan Bank of Miami, of which bis father is chairman of the board. After a reception and formal dinner, the couple left for an extended honeymoon in New York. They will live at 1825 W. 24th St.. Sunset Island 3, on their return. Bay Harbor Island Home for Savage, Miller A candlelight ceremony united the former Miss Manlynn Miller and Allan Savage in marriage Monday. Dec. 21. at West view Country Club. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride's full-length magnolia peau de sote gown was appliqued with reembroidered hand-loomed lace. Tiny white beads and pearls decorated the scooped neckline and fingertip sleeves. A cascade of double pouf enhanced the chapel-length train. Her bouffant veil was attached to a small beaded tiara made of lace. Mrs. Francis Yanovich, sister of the groom, acted as matron of honor, with Miss Lois Fineberg as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Barbara Robins and Mrs. Michael Boro. Flower girl was Miss Kathy Sue Kramer. The bride's brother. Gerald Miller, was best man. Ushers were the groom's brother, Larry Savage, Gary Mednick. Larry Bulman and Mike Jolles, all of Washington, DC. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mr. Benjamin Savage. Washington, D.C. The new Mrs. Savage is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, 5313 La Gorce dr.. Miami Beach. Mr. Savage is with National Brands. Inc. Mrs. Savage is presently interning at Treasure Island Elementary School. The couple both attended the University of Miami. The groom was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. The bride was in Phi Sigma Sigma sorority at the University of Maryland. After a honeymoon trip to Mexico, the couple will reside at the Beaux Arts apts.. 8000 West dr.. Harbor Island. BRACE SERVICE if W iracss Uf traces U iki %  %  t re Carsth & Pa s t f artl.a S wppsrts Trwues Osstk Stockists GEORGE W. 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The groom is the son of Mrs Sara Sanders, 3233 SW 7th st., and the late Harry Sanders. Matron of honor for her new sister-in-law was Mrs. Richard Axman, of Baltimore, Md. Marilyn Duchon was maid of honor for her sister. Mrs. Melvin Mitchell. Mrs. Art Charloff. and Mrs. Sylvan Holtzman were attendants. Karen Dawn Charloff acted as flower girl. Best man for bis cousin was Lawrence Jaffe. of Chicago. Ushers included Robert Bernie. Melvin Mitchell, and Norman Duchon. Michael Specter ws ringbearer. For her wedding, Mrs. Sanders wore a chantilly lace gown featuring a scoop neckline enhanced with seed pearls and long lace beaded sleeves. The very full skirt terminated in a chapel train. Her lace and pearl crown was held in place with a double tier of French illusion. The bride is a graduate of the University of Miami and is presently teaching at Coral Terrace Elementary School. Mr. Sanders is a senior at the University of Miami school of medicine. Reception followed the wedding ceremony. $ 4" : k % MS. GflAU) SAXMB Rubin, Brenner Exchange Vows After a honeymoon trip to New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rubin will live at 1930 Marseilles dr., Miami Beach. They were married Saturday. Dec. 10, by Rabbi Yaakov Rosen berg at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Roth. 46 Malaga ave.. Coral Gables. Mrs. Rubin, the former Susan Branner, is the daughter of Mrs. Simon Fogel, of 129 Malaga ave., and the late Mr. Charles Branner The bride received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Miami and a Master's degree from New York University. She is a teacher at Nautilus Junior High School, and a member of the American Home Economics Assn., National Education AsjJ Florida Education Asa. Mr. Rubin is the son Anna Rubin. 6227 SW lltfc< ami, and the late Mr. Harjj He attended schools in | Mich., and is a gradual i University of Miami. He is a member of tit I Lodge Masons, Scottiii] Shrincrs. and B'nai B'ritkl He is president of Miiail Insurance Agency, Coral I CHILDREN'S CAMK FREE INfOUUKW A perionalned Adveorr I Old'eni Cempi and I ASSURES PARENTS of H I a recognized and suited to rh.r particular i teatea t budgen. ASSURES < of • happy and wtU^a)B


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ige 2-A ond Drive Here lay Hit Top Five ities in Nation Miami haBH I'pixi'liinity of add i to Ihc many MitiOMl laurels eady won In the past two pears Israel Moncl sales by entering • coveted circle of "big five'" fit in actual dollar Bond sales, it I announced this week by Jack Cantor and Samuel Oritt geni chairman ol QM Oraatet Mini Israel Bond committee. hey made the announcement >r to the final executive board etinfrof the year which was held t week at the Dupont Plaza •el. Canter and Oritt stated that if %  \ results of the last 10 days •rt as successful as those of >e first 90 days of tht "1M derive days," they anticipated %  at Miami would for tha first mt in history move into tha oup of fiva top cities in tha nited States in bond sales. inly the major urban center* of w York. Los Angeles. Chicago d Philadelphia were expected to reed Miami's Israel Bond sales the end of 1959. Thus. Miami uld surpass such larger commuas Boston. Baltimore. De nt. Cleveland. St. Louis and ier cities with greater Jewi>hpulations. This distinction. Cantor and Oritt mted out. would follow on the nor garnered by Miami last year • the leading city in the I'nite d ataj in the percentage rate of ineased Bond sales over the preHMM year. \**/f/* rffitr Ousted Ex-Nazi Teacht Delayed injCitizenskip j Making plans for the Yeshiva University dinner here Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau hotel OTC sealed (left to right) Miah Marcus. Ben Rudnick, Abraham Snider. Standing are (left) Charles Fruchtman. who will be guest of honor, and Dr. Benjamin Fine, dean of the university's graduate school facilities. Yeshiva University's 73rd Academic Year to be Marked at Dinner Sunday; Sen. Douglas, Dr. Belkin, Fruchtman Due LONG-DISTANCI MOVERS DAIIY PICK-UPS New Vert, Hew Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash iatoa, Bostoe. all other eoiats. DIAL JE 88353 M. Liebcrman & Sons 6SS C01UNS AVI. MIAMI BEACH RETURN LOAD RATES Sen. Paul H Douglas and Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of Yeshiva University, will be guest speakers at a function celebrating the 73rd academic year of one of the largest and oldest schools of its kind in the United States. The dinner in honor of local industrialist and philanthropist Charles Fruchtman will take place I at the Fountamebleau hotel on Sundav evening, 6:30 p.m. General chairmen of the dinner on behalf of Yeshiva are R. Williams Apte. Jack A. Cantor and Leo Robinson. Honorary' chairmen are Abe Aronovitz. Charles Chareowsky, Alex S. Gordon, Jennie Grossinger. Abraham L. Mailman, Dr. Kurt Peiser. Joseph M. Rose. William D. Singer and Harry Sirkin. Serving both the Jewish and general communities. Yeshiva University with its 17 graduate and undergraduate schools in tha arts, sciences, humanities and Jewish scholarship, has by its growth acted to moot tha unprecedented challenge facing higher education. Dr. Belkin recently announced plans for a ten year program to develop two campus areas of Yeshiva University at a cost of $30,000,000. Dr. Benjamin Fine, dean of the graduate school of education of : Yeshiva University and former editor of the New York Times Education Department, has come to Miami to attend the dinner in honor of Fruchtman. Sen. Douglas will arrive from Illinois just in time to be escorted by local motorcycle police to the Fontainebleau hotel. Douglas, who has been selected "No. 1 Senator" in numerous polls, and has been called one of the most independent, courageous and thoughtful men in Congress, is a consistent supporter of a strong national defense. There will be an Informal reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson, 4430 Pine Tree dr., on Saturday evening in honor of Dr. Belkin. 1 U %  I I Y TERMITE CONTROL Continued from Page 1 A questions. One of tha two character witnesses he brought to the interview was unqualified on a technicality. Dr. Stttler promised to bring a qualified witness and was given permission to apply again en Jan. 4 when his wife also will apply far cttrasnship. Peter A. Esperdy. district dlreelor of the Immigration and Nat-1 uralization Service, said that the question of whether or not Dr. Sittler believed in the principles of the United States Constitution would be "the only issue" in considering his petition. Mr. Esperdy said that Dr. Sittler's Naii party membership would not be held against him. Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York Republican, aaid meanwhile that j his investigation of the case was continuing. He aaid immigration officials had informed him of the circumstances of a deportation order for Dr. Si tiler but that he had not received an explanation of how the former rfari party member was able to re-enter the United States in 1954. He had been brought to Washington by the government as a witj ness in a wartime treason case and sought to remain. He left under a deportation order and then came back. Or. Sittler's resignation as assistant professor at the C. W. Peat College a* Long Island in Broekvilte to I rowed refusal by tha faculty to approve a college administration request for endorsement of the hiring. Dr. Sutler defended himself at the faculty session where the re-1 fusal took place. He denied he ever swore allegiance to Hitler,' •hat he knew .be-, centration campTw •W acted tnr tended he was ma Iterview with the T wh.rh attributed tag ments to him. Federotioi New Builds Continued from f^f 13th ter. over some lttt frontage include* ITI| Bayshore dr.; 228 ft at and 276 ft. on Ufj, tT i An existing buildai | 5.000 sq. ft., b) three? and contains i ustl i First two stories, atari |_ will occupy tt the ova*. < conditioned. Prescript** NOW IN TWO *>! A ii-coHKimm, ENUIGD MAa off mtm i CONVfWMTnJI 350 LINCOUI m Phone JIMfT ietr. Wasfcioetei lm. 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•cember 25. 1959 -^ImlsHrbrldrtoin iervices This Weekend fer Miami will mark the advent of Chanuka at sundown Friday The eight-day Festival of Lights features the kindling of a each night of the celebration. it candles on the final night symbolize the eight days that hii burned i-the Temple following its cleansing and reconLt the conclusion of the victorious uprising led by the Maccaty King Antiochus, of Syria, who had sought to impose Greek f worship upon the Jews. |ory of Chanuka is told in the Book of the Maccabees. Sec C Vi 9 week's issue of The Jewish Floridian feature many stories tations devoted to the theme of the festival. 1 ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Rabbi IM Ev r ,, m. Sturd*y :0 a.m. The Force of Faith and Kldduah hoet: Harry Page 13-A reldel and SantaClaun — A3 Hply I>ay Ci.ni|.arftK.n."i1UMav • IH, a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Ronald, sun of MrJ and Mn. 1'hillp Bertwyf •' HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 2030 Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi Dav.* Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun Rabbi Pinchas Stolper, director of the Youth Department of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, arrived in Miami this week for consultations with local Orthodox educators and rabbis to set up a regional Synagogue Youth Council in the Greater Miami area for the National Conference of Synagogue Youth, teen-age and youth arm of the Orthodox movement. He recently returned from a two-year stay in Israel, where he served as director of public re-. lalions for the Ponever Yeshiva, the largest in Israel, as well as serving as principal of GevaGimnaxia Bn*i Akiva, an evening high school. Prior to his stay In Israel, he was executive director of the Long Island Zionist Youth Commission and education director of the Zionist youth movement Betar. From Miami, Rabbi Stolper will go to Charleston, S. C. and Atlanta, Ga., where he will coordinate and participate in scheduled community-wide meetings and :ENTER. .3175 sw 24th] youth conclaves. U.-iav^kT'cSLourcohe^^l Over 100 Miami teen-agers wU Friday 5:f5 and M5 p.m. S,;m,n p artic ipaic in a convenlion of the '• '" Southeast region of NCSY which is RABBI PINCHAS STOLPtK (iibition of Folklore fek we traveled to Acre he Folklore' Exhibition. a lot about the Exhibi! press and we had even ut ft from friends who it. This is the exhibifulklore of the minori•el: Arabs, Druse, Cir% nd other smaller com[When we reached Acre a fine, large building r of &• Old City. I to be a Turkish Bath. eighteenth century. Toding has been convert%  unicipal Museum," the | accompanied us at the explained, ityard we saw various 1 farmers and artllb yBritIvrit01amit) natuM.ir Bar Mltzvah: Jerry, son p* Mr. ana &. Be? S,K al. Birr Wta* at 4:1* lini. service: l..""Vf •-"" D l Hr.jin.l Sra. Lawrem-e WAo|fM>n. KJNESETH ISPTAEL: 1415 BMHd •* VOrthodox. Rabei Ojvid Lehrfield. • Cantor Abraham Self. 1*H,la> S:3U p.m. Sermon: Th M %  mukii." Saturila> • ; %  > %  irmon: "Fer*—* %  of Chanuka. I HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ve. Orthodox. Rabb. Hertchell Savillt. Cantor Joseph FrmaV^pm. Saturday L a m. S ; r raon: %  •IJaderaUnd.Ing the Mlraci MONTICELLO PARK. 1Mth it. and NE 11th aveContervat.ve. Rabbi M Lipah.U. Cantor B.n-Z.on Klrachanbau m. N 0^. H hw\ DE S: E n N Jr E v:,iv. 13M S.b V ol Henry OkoHca. Kindle Samuel Zach arla. Hebrew School Chanuka Program Sunday, 10:30 a.m., pupils of the Miami Hebrew religious school will present a Chanuka' program. Featured will be a. play", "Freedom Hall," written by Babbl HeTschell Saville and coordinated by Martin Levitan. Primary grades will present a • %  kit under the direction of Mrs. .Rebecca Kelerner, "My Chanuka Sild 10 take place in CharlesCandles and Songs," while the scheduled to tase piaci a sk „_ scnruuim •> >~ i — ton in March. In June. Miami will send, for the first time, more than 50 beys and girls to New York Cltv who will participate in the proceedings of the NCSY national convention. The Union of Orthodox Congregations recently announced a coast-to-coast expanded youth program to mobilize the spiritual and :;;'';^uk..^;'s,ird.y 9. : Wf Portion." Klein third grade will present a skit. •The Mtnorab." under the guid ance of Mrss~Gayle Libman. Lubell Elected Sinai President Sam Lubell has been elected president of Temple Sinai of North Miami to complete the current year. Lubell succeeds Dr. Alvin Krasne, who has resigned "due to pressure of business," according to en announcement Wednesday. Other officers include Kurt Wallach, first vice president, and Joe Cohen, second vice president. 'Back to School 1 At Temple Israel Parents of Temple Israel's religious school students, some 850 enrolled from kindergarten to 12th grade, will come "Back to School" this weekend for the annual program of classroom visits and discussion with rabbis and teachers. On both Saturday and Sunday mornings, parents will begin the day with a briefing by Cantor Jacob Bornstein, education director, during a coffee hour beginning at 9:30 a.m. They will then visit their children's classrooms for talks with teachers while the students are at assembly, and wind up the morning with their own assembly program during which they are scheduled to participate in a discussion with Dr. Joseph Narot on "Teaching Your Child About God." Delegates Attend Convention Temple fimanu-EPs United Synagogue Youth chapter is being represented by four'delegates to the A choir composed of pupils from both the Hebrew and religious njnth annua nationa i United Synschool will render the classical agogue y outh convention in New •York City this week. Delegates are rection of Cantor Joseph Salzman. Mrs. Robert Schweitzer, chairman of the board of education, is practical resources of traditional i"-—"^!^"party to be held country. %  Francine Goldstein, Rosalind Lehrman, Jack Feldman and Steven Robinson, who are being accompanied by Mrs. Hope Herman, Temple Emanu-El youth activities advisor. R ,bbi Samuel Lr.r. Cantor Erne.Schreiber. miwaeV Btephanle, ivi'> ^7',, "':„ Ms .'.M-.I Levtariatlghter <>f Mr a nam juuvah: s ,,n. Saiurday > ••"' %  '• %  ; j,„ ton Michael, aon ol Dr. ""' Orailtor. Cantor p.v.o Coulter. om|ng Weekly I-YI.I..> / ; ,'' .,. ? M, and Mra. Sa*h. I-""' ;,", 'llul.ln. Howard |.„ th Robert n> s lUlr ,|ay Hollander, Jon Serbln SUlhter B '6f n *3Sr." a"• lrvln B llht on <>ur H> MaK>" ; -T .. ^al"<" a rSMPLE B'NA, SHOLOV jesoO^W ?2nd ve. Const v M,Anita Priert Satter and Mr. Nat Satter. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 1S7 NE 19th it Reform. Ra^i ••<>"P h R N,r0 Cantor Jacob Bornatem. Frldav 8:15 P '• Sermon: The PaS„. y infldelJ and Heretic, of OldVVhere are They Today. TEMPLE JUDEA." 320 Palermo av. liberal. Rabbi Morrl. Skop. Canto" K ,r,T"l0 "n ,b Se,n,,.,i: "K,.r God \, '„,.. rv. Jewish Bcou


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December 25, 1959 *Jewisti FkrHirtn Linda Gertner is Bride of Gabriel Zatlin Page 7-B Linda BJarie Gertner became Mrs. Gabriel \. Zatlin in noon ceremonies Sunday, Dec emple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish [bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samner, 12850 Cyprus rd. Her father is execurtor of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, ^m's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ZatByron ave. ron of honr was Mrs. William B. Binder, rry Lack was in charge of the guest book! I Gertner, brother of the bride, was best man Included Philip Winter, of St. Louis, Mo. bride selected a traditional wedding gown jin lace and peau de soie featuring a sabrina neckline, long sleeves to a wrist point, td bodice in the long torso effect. The boufextended into a chapel train. She carried ^•chids, stephanotis, and lily-of-the-valley on er's Bible, which he used on his Bar Mitzvah pearls were a gift from her parents. The hree-tiered French illusion veil fell from a fe of matching lace, seed pearls, and peau groom was married in a gold wedding band to him by the bride's maternal grandllywed Mrs. Zatlin is a graduate of Miami ligh School, and will receive her degree in [from the University of Maryland in Feb5he is editor of the college literary magazine ember of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Zatlin is a graduate of Miami Beach High |and received his degree magna cum laude University of Miami. He will receive his I in medicine from Washington University school in June, 1960. He is a member of Lpa Phi honorary. eption and buffet luncheon followed the py. The couple will honeymoon in Yucatan fcico City. On their return, they will live in Df-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Samtaiers Off .as Vegas in.I Mrs. Harold Marmcr tarried Wednesday evening % mm' of Rabbi Morris Skop, Gables. ting the ceremony, a d'ineption was held at the Emgtaurant. Marmcr is the former Ar(rllis Imber, daughter of the Rae Bialosky, Cleveland, [attended Hunter College of fork, and was graduated University of Miami, farmer is the son of Mr. Albert Manner, of New le is an alnmnus of Tulane eymoon trip to Las Vegas ed. The couple will live in (able*. Ardmore MM. MH ZAJLIH Open House Fetes Zalis, Taragin Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gilbert Zalis will visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Zalis, during the week of hamika Open house at the MtH home will honor them Sunday beginning at 2 p.m. The couple recently exchanged wedding vows in Baltimore, Md. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. David Taragin, of Baltimore. For her wedding, the bride chose a sabrina dress of imported seeded lace and illusion ivory tulle. She wore a matching fingertiplength veil that fell from the seeded Juliet cap, and carried a couquet of orchids and stephanotis. She is a graduate of Bais Yaakov School for Girls, Goucher College, and presently attends the University of Maryland graduate school. She teaches at Patterson Park High School. Mr. Zalis is a graduate of Yeshiva University in New York City, Johns Hopkins University, and will graduate from the University of Maryland medical school in June. MRS. EDWIN ZALIS uel1 Rosenbaum, maternal grandparents of the bride, and Mrs. Isaac Aiken, the groom's maternal grandmother. Also from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs Lee Gertner and Mr. Max Low, Tuckahoe N Y • Dr and Mrs. Louis Scheib, Yonkers, N.Y.; Dr. and Mrs! Herman Smith, Chicago; and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morgenstern and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Morgenstern, Long Island, N.Y. TOUR LETTER Wu LOOK unu on il Stationery [ MONAKN stem wfih ENVUOPB far —h $1.50 [ T* m* Pattaft Jacfe** SHAPIRO HIS LANBEORB MM. rtoiw Ft 9-0*55 MRS. HAROLD MAfMER Levine, Geltner Betrothal Told ; Mr. and Mrs. David Levihe, of Cincinnati, 0., announce the betrothal of their daughter, Marcia Edith, to Herbert B. Geltner. The groom-to-be is the son of Mrs. Bessie Geltner, 3311 SW 23rd st, Miami, and the late Samuel Geltner. The couple are planning to be married in February. Miss Zalmanoff Plans Marriage Dr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Zalmanoff, 1211 Marseilles *dr., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marcia Harriet, to Gerald David Weinstein. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Weinstein, 4800 University dr.. Coral Gables. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hodor, Miami Beach. The bride-elect is a junior at Bryn Mawr College, where she majors in English literature. Mr. Weinstein graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, and is now a third-year student at the medical school there. He belongs to Tau Delta Phi social fraternity and Phi Rho Sigma medical fraternity. An August wedding is planned by the couple. Freeman, Abrams To Wed in June Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Freeman, 10 Shore dr. N., announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Lynn, to Samuel Harry Abrams. The groom-to-be is the son of Mrs. Minnie Abrams and the late Clayton Abrams, of Brookhaven, Miss. Miss Freeman graduated from Miami Senior High School, attended Sophia Newcomb College for two years, and is now a senior at Emory University. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Abrams graduated from Georgie Institute of Technology, where he received his Bachelor's degree in industrial engineering, and is now working toward a Master's degree. He is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. The couple plan a June 19, 1960 wedding. Young Artist Wins Prize Marcia Barry has won a prize for drawing in an art contest sponsored by WPST-TV ch. 10. The ten-year-old artist is the daughter of Mrs. Ellen Barry, Miami Beach, and attends fifth grade at Treasure Island School. Her uncle is Anton Loeb, the noted artist here. Festival at Her Tamid Temple Ner Tamid will hold a Chanuka Festival Concert Saturday evening at the Temple. Featured are Cantor Samuel Gomberg, with Norma Reiff, vocalist, Manny Golden, violinist, and Hy Fried, at the organ. MISS JUDITH FREEMAN The Founders and Directors of *eri-w4i BLUE STAR CAMPS INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THE (NWTIONS 3INGS, "AS MITZVAHS PERSONALIZED STATIONERY, /WATCHES, NAPKINS, ETC. HANNAH 0. SCHER All YOUR PRINTING NEEDS WING, EMBOSSING. PERSONALIZED NT NG i COWWWCIAl PnOfW HI #-4#02 BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED B>Y YOUR COMMUNITY tupr|aiMi 1 tM Orth*4*n Vd MakMhrutfc f Florida WabW Or. luic M. vr. Director WKHIR NURSINO — DOCTORS ON CALL :?_' BT OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS ^jMyworT rmmsm mtt rmtnoor mm am l&JJyAYR. 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L December 25, 1959 [_ %  M 20 minutei to perform, jnd f a Schubert devotee like my[it was an event. Afterwards, IBinJcr told me that Schubert [ also set to music the original L eM words u| one of the 5ms, which was news to me, I had never heard it perked. I learned too that Men-, faohn produced an eUnre li-" Yy of Psalms, of which the Jngements of Psalms 22, 08 115 "contain some of the moving music he ever cre" according to the Universal Msh Encyclopedia. I have still %  hear these Psalms rendered Where in the great Jewish hmunity of New York where I landc aei, Haydn and Mendelsare not the only great comers who have written inspirmusic on Hebrew Bible lies. There have been many pr.v both among the classical romantic composers and the ilernists. Philip E m a n u e 1 h, able son of the great Joi Sebastian, was also inspired the Exodus to compose an orft>, "The Israelites in Egypt." sini wrote an opera depictlife of Motes. Verdi wrote opera on Nebuchadnezzar, the nan king who conquered es and drove the Jews into e. Saint-Saens' opera, "Sam[and Delilah," with its stirring raitchants and its "Bachastill remains among the \e popular operas. It would ably be difficult, if not ime, to perform entire opi. with their elaborate cosling, big choruses and large [icstras in Jewish religiousral institutions. But parts of a, separate arias and chorusould and should be rendered. is the case with music, so with painting and sculpture. ie of the greatest works of [world's great masters of por(tnre and sculpturethe old ers as well as the recent ones been inspired by Hebrew themes, or themes derived the Bible. Here, too, since | on painting and sculpture Judaism has long ago been cd, we neglect to exhibit works of art in our Jewish ural in.-titutions, even though could enhance our respect [Jewish religious values. thinking of some of the painters of history who Ited on Hebrew Bible themes, uch Renaissance painters as gione and Tintoretto with f'Moses Striking the Rock"; of en-, HI Murillo, of Poussin, Corot, of Turner, and of such | To All Greetings flAMI PLUMBING CO., Inc. Jomei B. Bvrjia [Seming South Dode Cemty •"d South Miami |(SZS SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY Phone MO 744)31 Happy Chanuka to All P"f Friends and Patrons lust Pharmacy N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI Raymond Hinat HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL INSECT w: SCREEN COBP. 9&SMM HIALEAH. FLA. of Moses and David, both amS the supreme achievement of sculpture? Yet how m Zy 0 t us who can't go to Rome to see ,he origin,, "Moses," or to Florence to view the original "David have been able to even view some good reproductions of these statues? Such reproduction a e on sale and they are „ ot very expensive Jewish centers could JlTr* tha buyin 8 these re productions and exhibiting them in a prominent place. Rembrandt, though not himself a Jew, is given a prominent place hi every Jewish encyclopedia, as well he might. Not only did he make 43 pointings on Old Testa ment and Apocryphal subjects, but also 22 paintings and 13 engravings depicting live Jewish types of the Amsterdam of his day, the seventeenth century, borne of his outstanding Biblical paintings are the overpowering ''Moses Breaking the Tablets of the Law," "Abraham's Sacrifice of Isaac," "Jacob Wrestling with the Angel" "Jacob Blessing the Sons of Joseph," and the series of the "Samson Saga." Rembrandt's portraits of Amsterdam Jews are part of Jewish cultural history. I could go on listing many more paintings and pieces of sculpture by great masters whose theme is the Hebrew Bible—Judaism. But it's sufficient for mv purpose in this article to have mentioned only those that I did. There are good reproductions of these and many other inspiring works of art on the theme of Judaism. These reproductions are relatively inexpensive, and it would be.„cfit our Jewish institumbited ty WCre re S" lar 'y ex ure nn na a ,U re ?'u ,hings ar <*itec Lh thl bu '. ld,ng can the JewWh theme enter, as the Jewish uhW, C an M nterint0,he ^ied subject matter of music, paintmg and sculpture. While the interiors of some of our very old synagogues hT Eu rope are works of art, their facades are not impressive, for the very good reason that Jews in Europe at one time or another nao to endure such intense persecution that they were afraid that a prominent display of their synagogue exteriors would aggravate their troubles, would add to the hatred of their neighbors, in America today, however, we are not afraid to display proudly our many elaborate synagogue structures which we have been erecting in recent years particularly, wnwe the synagogues which we Continued on Page 16C Page 7-C TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS GEM PLUMBING Co. ~ .. DRAIN SURGEONS "Have Wrench Will Travel" -l FHEE ESTIMATES LICENSED INSURED | GUARANTEED CONTRACTING Sfi %  -f INSTALLATIONS — REMODELING \ 316 N.W. 170th Street North Maimi Beach CALL NA 10671 H. 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hanuka As Major American Holiday %  FeDish Floridii fl.n S '9 nif nt and Joyous Fete Marks Victory Over Odds, Cleansing of Holy Temple Florida, Friday, December 25, 1959 jeers bearing lighted Chanuka Menorahs tion, is due, in part, to the tieup of the spirit of less reverence for toe Ten Commandments, the Maccabees of old and the modern Maccasuccess of the Chanuka festival for Isbees of the Jewish republic." sponsored by the Israel Bond OrganizaBy MEIR CHARNIAK To Jewish scholars of an earlier— and non-American—era, the holiday of Chanuka was a minor celebration during the year of the Hebrew calendar. It is not one of the Days of Awe; neither does it have the familyembracing values of Passover, with its Seder. The story of Chanuka, as a matter of fact, isn't even told in the Bible, but m the two books of the Maccabees. And those two books themselves differ in emphasis on who the real heroes were and weren't. Some historians belittle the military accomplishments of the Maccabees, and Josephus, one of the major Jewish historians of all time, also dealt casually with the actual military events for which we recall Judah Maccabee and his brothers in our own time. As an example of the meaning, or lack of it, of the Chanuka holiday itself, I discovered that in Prof. Victor Tcherikover's basic and authoritative study "Hellenistic Civilization and the Jews," Chanuka is missing from the book's index. Indeed, the holiday itself appears to be minor in THROUGHOUT OUR HISTORY THE STRUGGLE IS WAGED AGAIN AND AGAIN \an's Continuing Battle for Religious Freedom }y RABBI SAMUEL UMEN be story of Chanuka is the of a small group of Jews in in Palestine who under that the greatest possession human being or a nation is ething that is more precious life itself. These men knew life is made worthwhile and aingful only if it represents ^ething. stands for something. something they believed, is fs moral freedom, one's ideals, and his religion for which would give his life if and when rere necessary. sincerely one believes, much his ideals really matto him can not be revealed he is tested, be life of the Jewish people, history, from earliest times been associated with Torah ls. Whether or not the ideals he Jewish people were valued as more precious than i itself, had to be proven. The came when in the second Jury B.C.E. Hebraism clashed Hellenism, the Greek culbrought into their land by successors of the great condor, Alexander the Great. first it appeared that Judahad no meaning for the Jew [compared with what Hellenhad to offer. For countless P saw more in the new mode Hue than their own ottered >_• when, however, it was deby mad Antiochus that Jum must be stamped out and nemsm must replace it, the of what Jewry really beW, the test for religious freeMa come. i the year 168 B.C.E. the Hassan family with a small dedigroup of supporters decIHtheir right to be free, morOverseas student contingent at Hebrew Union ^ae-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati this year ****** the 85-yearold history of America's seminary of Reform Juda ism. Enrolled axe a dozen men from nine lands ab oad. The life of the Jewish people, its history, from earliest tunes has been associated with Torah ideals. ally, religiously, and that their way of life, Jewish culture, was worth more to them than their lives. They declared war on the enemy. After a three-year struggle they reaped victory for themselves, Judea, and all freedomloving people everywhere. They taught the world that religious freedom is more than a concept, that if it's worth anything at all, it must be worth more than life itself. On the surface, this prerogative, Freedom of Religion, does not appear too important, especially in this day of science and irreligion. Upon carefult study of this right, however, one discovers that from Freedom of Religion, all other equally important freedoms flow. Time and again, it has been demonstrated, that when a government curtails the right of worship, or suppresses any particular religion, that govern m e n t simultaneously suppresses also freedom of speech and press; that government becomes dictatorial, inhumane, merciless. This happened in Spain during the Inquisition, in Hitler's Germany and in Russia during the Czars, and is happening now under the Communists wherever they are in power. Little wonder then, why the framers of the Federal Constitution stressed the need of Religious Freedom. Without it, there cannot be democracy, the kind of government they were interested in, the kind of government they fought for, made huge sacrices for, so that they, and their posterity, could live like human beings with the elemental rights of humans. A sure way of losing a friend Continued on Page ISC the historical survey by this Jewish scholar who devoted his entire career to the Hellenistic period in Jewish history. There are those historians who say that the truth of the matter is that the Maccabees themselves were "fanatics" and bloodthirsty and, anyway, the Hasmonean kingdom established after the victory of Judah Maccabee over the Greek-Syrian oppressors, did not last very long. What is more. Prof. Tcherikover tries to tell us —gently, it is true—that Antiochus was not such a bad fellow and that the repressions and persecutions he introduced were a result of Jewish rebelliousness, and not the reverse: that is, that it wasn't against Antiochus' excesses that the Maccabees revolted. But that revolt was an outgrowth of scores of Oriental uprisings against Western masters, and that the Hebrews were one of many groups to fight against the Western empire grabbers. And if that isn't enough, I was told by a friend seeking Chanuka material for a television series, that there is little serious creative writing around Chanuka, practically no music, few novels, no folklore and, here and there. a snippet or two of an oratorio or a jingle. When I called his attention to two or three historical novels concerned with the battle between the Jews and the Greeks, with Chanuka' somewhere in the middle, he was surprised, but in the end I had to agree with him that there wasn't very much. And the reason? Well, in the past, Chanuka was not a holiday of impressive proportions. But things are different now; indeed they are! Herman Wouk, in the first lines in his new best-seller "This is My God," makes the point that he undertook to write his book because a friend asked him if there was any literature on Chanuka. Finding very little, Wouk went to work. And in his section on the holiday, Wouk stresses its significance on the American scene because it comes, year after year, simultaneously with Christmas. And the Jews in the United States, working hard to maintain their own identity and refusing to be inundated by the tidal waves of Christmas, have created a new Chanuka. a Chanuka which gives the Jew an opportunity to strut, to point out the victories of the Maccabees, to wag their finger in the direction of Israel and say that the heroic people of the Jewish State are the modern Maccabees. The success of the Chanuka festival for Israel, sponsored by the Israel Bond Organization, is due, in part, to the tie-up of the spirit of the Maccabees of old and the modern Maccabees of the Jewish republic. And the stress put by the Bond Organization on Chanuka during the past decade has brought to the attention of thousands of Jews the drama in the story of the Maccabees and their series of guerrilla victories against odds. But on a practical level, the significance of Chanuka is well described by Rabbi Albert I. Gordon, in his best-selling sociological study entitled "Jews in Suburbia." "Everywhere," he writes, "religious schools concentrate on the preparation of their pupils for the Feast of Lights. AnticipaContirxjtd en Page 11C • 4 % 



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Page 10-B J^ctr ncrAMaf7 BAKBAKA uuct the 40th wedding anniversary of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Dushkin. Miami. • • • Laura Kaplan Laura Sue Kaplan will become Bas Mitzvah during Saturday I'naries Linciennaum on saiuruay.i _, „ T Dec. 26. at North Shore Jewish ; ^^rSS^iS^ iZ tcn,cr Kronish will officiate. Charles is the son of Mr. and i ,,_ ...„ Mrs Jerry L.ndenbaum. 695 84th %  *•;• d !" f h ^f ""^ st. He is a student in the religious l !" ng B K.plan 2630 £ school of the Center, and attends £ %  %  ** m ^ Beh SheBruce are the grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Krane. • • • Charles Lindanbaum Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Charles Lindenbaum on Saturday. NOW OPE yneomporofcJe French C uislne 9516 HARDING AVt "^SSW MIAMI BEACH UHfi-loJ AT THI PIANO R At DAVTD la^? 1 -*L > C r)fiiinenlal • Dinin. WOW OPEN Nautilus Junior High. • • • Stuart Wairwtain Bar Mitzvah of Stuart B. Weinlatke Party Wedneiday Forty-Niners of Temple EmanuEl. the congregation's club for its senior citizens, will hold a catereu latke Chanuka party Wednesday evening at the Temple, according to Mrs. Isidor Newman, president. Proceeds for Children Miami Beach chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold a Chanuka luncheon Wednesday noon at Kneseth Israel Congregation. lorn confirmation class of S721. Mrs. Kaplan is a past president of Beth Sholom Sisterhood, and her father belongs to the Temple's board of directors. • • • Elliot Chakoff Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chakoff. will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. Dec. 26. of Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. Elliot has been a student in the Temple Zion religious school since 1951, and will continue his studies as a member of the confirmation class. Kiddush in his honor will follow, with Mr. and Mrs. Chakoff as hosts. LAMA IIUOT Young Couples Clvb Young Couples Club of Beth El Congregation will hold a Chanuka party Saturday evening at the cpngregation. Program will include a menorah lighting ceremony and Hebrew and English folk# I /If S I CAFETERIA H msttor wW. ,*• Rw is SMKI rUrMa yaa/N J*? Jj Cafetaris w slh n to Mm r~ •* *• •""•JXT^ (MrtNH sarvka awrkxtWa wltfc Mr fi-i** !" JT. CU OMRS TRf MMST 'MJ"^^, AMR AT Tall IOWIST KtiUBU '"*"', SseaJaM RJ. CJKHCI ROAST rORRI tS Of R|*** St. CMr.Offar.fsa Mrtos* %  *TW JTTU m SMCMI ROAST TORHR TOM TRRKIT..C-r.trJjJJ*, | MM* 0~ry, Csrssr-*Rw—i. ""T^ m • oa, • gas srs/iss-i I • WSCAYNE BOULEVARD Rt 127* ftj • BOULEVARD CAFETERIA • J 5084 Biscayne Blvfti 1 • MOORE'S ALLAPAHAH aF^i • ST. CLAIRS ("ON THE TRAIL*) • -j • ST. CLAIRS PLAZA CAFETERIA^j 2715 Atlantic Blvd., rW mit RAWR fU*"* l01S .|| OPEM-11 AM. to 2 PM 4 PJOTEN EVBtY OAY Of THf YE> *<**



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cember 25, 1959 pme Court of the United jinounccd its decision in Kraemer and McGbee U.S. 1, flt L. ed. 845, 636, 3 A.L.R 2d 441. |sion has i*en generally thrnughasrt the country ; than ten years.. It has more than ninety various courts throughnd. It has also been the Cf many law review ar,cial Restrictions and the jtb Amendment, William I Jr., Vol. 16, Chicago lew, No. 2, pg. 203; also Rev. 493. In Shelley v. supra, the Supreme (ecificalry held that the own, use, occupy and 1 property is a prvilege | to a citizen within nplation of the provithe Fourteenth Amendthe Constitution of he Bates. It was further held (tough covenants of the _.ere under dlscusssion : inherently void in the lit they cannot be re(by parties as between they are nevertheJraints on the constitu. %  guaranteed right to acl n d occupy property. erefore, a state court on on of one who seeks to E ih covenants underJ.A-I judicial validity Msiriction and thereby > medium of a Judicial irci's the restriction in of the rights of the 1 owners, such action by court constitutes state lolative of the equal prorovisions of the Fourleodment. Shelley v. supra, recognized that act only through its legislative or judicial Insofar as the proscrip[the Fourteenth Amendcohcerned, effective rthe states through any pe thriT branches which I a denial of equal prof the laws is prohibited. under discussion""^ =====S^^£^^ai7 the' dec st^ y £"""" *£ S$£ J* T are n < tolling assets of 'nS8 ^^ m ^<* ^fT* >" the aion would enable us tn* 6 "*^ 1 ^ a "ntoB&, fa In and In consequence of Ik aVOId "Henat'ori X? eStraint on compelled to recoLSl WC e shi P n"a inte R d eq h u red membertrolling rule of lawY?.' f 0 "" <*ions mK i n y ,„l!k g,OUS ex uccessfuS u nder S n ,„ aP ^ ee tutes 3di"t2? the necree^f Thrsute^oun 3 ;: ^ A '""we S^SJ? equal protection ofT"'. w S JJ Page 13-C No Bread Intarprttation Property. As to them the requireen could not be enforced This opinion ls not lo be gf ven „J broader interpretation. y The decree of the Chancellor REVERSED. MIHWA LEE IMPORTERS tmctivt doonrel ...... %  %  [Toti I Blindnata [ elaborate extensively e of Shelley v. Kraei, in the light of many t fleci-ions in the state 1 courts a well as alnertble articles in the s as mentioned above. gataoo fjils to reveal 1 in the armor which on construct* as a proI the property right here We do not overlook the coni e ,,0 L. f the **>**">* that U amended its by-laws after the in ^vattsED. stituuon of the litigation by elC TERRFII r tasting the objectionable nrmrf riRFw J ~ J HOB SON, ed7ew?iro h rtrS 2S. a C 0NNELL JJ ed Jews from membership. When i tiW anUe quent application of the appellants was considered by the directors it was rejected. Again! the law requires us to point ou that when the appellants amnir ... ~.— —-• ">si3 ed the property ffi £VpXa. Kft^Bft^ '"""" ble restrictions were totallv m 'MiffiaZl r ? A re **"><*<" cou'ld .oVS^ thC '^' ^^.X r e i7 0tf ^ n-fc0 could not and did not then be. 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W. 3rd Avenue Phee* PI 4-7041 SEASON'S GEtT!NGS ^_ !U HOLE in the HEAD Sandwich Shop SUBMARINE SANDWICHES WE CATER TO PARTIES 77M N.W. 2nd Aveno. p,^, „_ %fyn wwmi> a "flwsri' IJ w. i f '•'jfcff.,, The spirit of the Maccabees illumines the Jewof the candles for Chanuka. "Some of th* ish Community Center in San Francisco, est works of the worlds great master a* where children in the arts and crafts group traiture and sculpture have been I made this giant mosaic illustrating the lighting by Hebrew Bible themes Judaism as Expressed in the Great Arts GREETINGS... MADER & COMPANY P. & O. DOCKS MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS JAMES PAINT SUPPLY % 17771 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY r PERRINE — CI 5-0641 By PHILLIP RUBIN For a long time now I've been wondering why our synagogues and Jewish cultural centers don't make some use of the great artistic creations during the ages— some of the music, the painting CHANUKA GREETINGS Phone PL 1-2914 Prescription Specialists CENTER PHARMACY 9723 N.E, 2nd Avenue (Dir. Opposite Shores Theater) and the sculpture that has been Inspired by Judaism, by the Hebrew Bible which Christians call "Old Testament," sad which in turn could inspire us with s greater love for Judaism, for the values contained in Jewish religious history and Jewish religious faith. Why must we leave it entirely to Christian churches to enjoy, to be inspired with, all this great art. Just b ee sea s their own Christian tradition Is to a lsrge extent Jewish? Here we are now celebrating the Chanuka festival. How many synagogues or Jewish cultural centers will perferm Handel's great oratorio, "Judas Maccabeus," as part of the celebration of this eight-day festival? And when the Passover season will come around, how many will give HOLIDAY GREETINGS TRAIL AUTO REFINISWNG BOOT I FINDER REPAIRS Workmanship and Material Fully Guaranteed WHERE THE PROMISE IS PERFORMED ARNOLD M. ULRICH, Prop. 3215 S.W. 8th STREET Phon. 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"Israel m Eg*j| an oratorio which from 1p3 musical standpoint is coastal ss fine a piece of work u fl same composer'i evereafl "Messiah'" Handel vrott 2 rios on about a dozen OMtfl ment and Apocryphal tbese^fl lustrating the great henal Bible history Besides u* sig have already mentioned. Hssl wrote oratorios on Joseph, j3 tha, Samuel, Solomon. EaaTl and others. Haydn vrott ThJ "Creation," inspired by the M chapter of Genesis. One c< nl delssohns greatest worbkl oratorio. "Elijah." Theses] standard, popular fare in tian churches, where I haw 1 heard them performed bras! lent singers and instrea* But we seldom, if ever, hi rendered in Jewish rehjii tural institutions. Why? Besides the big oratork* Rk] because of their length be included in the regular ious services and must be formed separately, the tfl composers have written pieces of mu>ic on B.ble which can be given in COB with prayer services. A few Baa ago I heard Schubert's "SOB£R Miriam" rendered by tat Qj of New York's Free S.--astJ under the direction of Dr AatJ ham Binder. It was my DrsU ing of this piece, which I TO ALL GREETINGS Tear Scnast ACE TERRAZiq COMPANY 35 M.f. 26t STtBT mm LAWIENCE MM] 3*91 C0RAI RAT Mr. crRd Mrs. Urrf ^ Wish Their Many rriendlj A Happy Cnanuk* ajLUOCMRnT DIXIE PICTUtf *** *I Extends Chanuka <****! to All His Friends and P,W M4 L 10* Cos* Phone TO H



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December 25, 1959 ZJartstPorMlan Page 3-/ Zionists Clarify Actions Group Issues NEW vriputtm* NEW YORK-(JTA)A number resolutions adopted World Confederation Zionists with regard to the proposed revisions of.the constitution of by the General li~ W F W Z Ti$LOrKanizatk wefemade publicise "The ere thi.'Twe'eV General 9tei, an equitable apportionment of mandates for countries other than Israel and the United States. World Confederation of Zionists, teased on the! the the non-partisan approach whit has always characterized its a lions," the statement said. At the same time, it was a nounced here that the executive hv rr I*i r, ,. Y*KKK\-% %  —"• —•=io, iwsra on me; me orin coi.i ei RnJ H 3 I %  Goldstein and Mrs. Principle of non-identification with! eral Zionists, which Rose Halprin, co-chairman of the I confederation. The resolutions, adopted in New York in consultation with the Confederation's branches in various countries, endorse the decision adopted at the last Actions Cornany political parties in Israel, and representing 29 countries, will hold meetings in London of the executives of its European Confederation and will meet in plenary session in Jerusalem on Dec. 27 to formulate its stand on the various mittee meeting to open the way for i Problems facing this next Actions de Hirsch Meyer, chairman of the dinner that paid tribMax Orovitz (right), president of Mt. Sinai Hospital SatL at the Fontainebleau hotel, presents Orovitz with a plaPin recognition of his years of dedication and devotion to %  ospital." Some 700 persons turned out to attend the lavish 1 function, which also featured a presentation to Orovitz silver humidor inscribed with the facsimile signatures of Founders of Mt. Sinai, donors of $50,000 or more to the ledical institution on Collins Island. admitting into the World Zionist Organization non-Zionist bodies. The resolutions also urge abolition of the Small Actions Committee; that the interval between Zionist Congresses be set at four years instead of the present elastic three years, and that postponement beyond the four-year interval be agreed upon only for extreme cause; and that the size of the Actions Committee be agreed at 100. They insist on the preservation of 500 as the number of Zionist Congress deleJroup to Donee formed group of single ad women, age 25 and over,' business and professional! I is now meeting at Montiark Congregation. The INN ill hold a Chanuka dance cial Sunday evening at the ation. In charge of reserare Miss Bea Berkowitz, parole Goldberg, and Miss 'orgos. 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But notice) of request is now four weeks, instead of the two weeks required previously. These are the simple rules to follow in order to receive your free corsage: Address a postcard to "Corsage for You," co The Jewish Flor• Your name, address, and telephone number. • Name of the confirmand. • Date of the Bas or Bar Mitzvah. • Place where the ceremony will be observed. The corsage will come to you free of charge in time to wear for the occasion. 1 S FOR KIDNEY ACTION ND STONE FORMATION Most doctors agree that one way to help prevent formation of kidney and bladder stones is to RINK ENOUGH WATER I Eight or more glasses of sparkling clear Mountain Valley Water daily, provides abundant fluid for proper kidney action. 1 M/iviy ALKAUHE\ I CHLORINE-FREE HOH-LAXATIVE Nationally distributed for over 75 years |ust as It flows from the famous spring near Hot Springs, Arkansas. Why not ask your doctor? 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Bday, December 25. 1959 ^^Mincridnan he 'Good Right Arm' of Sinai Patholoov Continued from Pag* 7-D ^^^^^— SJ # echnolggy. He Is a registered Sedieal tethmJtogfst of (he Amercan Society of Clinical PathoDgists, representing the "cream W the crop." In his capacity of technical suervisor, his work is complex and difficult. He is in charge of 40 Dchnical and clerical personnel an administrative capacity, ind is basically responsible for smooth running of this complicated machine. For Thomas, there is no 40-hour reek. He is on call at all hours of (nv day. His official day in the boratory begins at 6 a.m., when organizes the work for the ay in preparation for the 7 a.m. minds of the technicians for colection of the many specimens or test purposes. His day in the iboratory may or may not end ,t 3 p.m., usually not. A small idea of the magnitude of Thomas' responsibilities may expressed in terms of the divisions of the laboratory and the Lumber of tests performed. Th s will be able to see this clock which took ten years to build, plus great imagination and unusual ability. nd Scrology,, the study of nosbital patients' body fluids and sues for bacteria, viruses, and rasites, for the direct or indict evidence of their presence, nd for their potential response various medication; Hematolvarious constituents appear1 in the blood stream and urine normal or disease states. Marine Engine Overhaul ond Installation Distributor. Kermath Marine Engines MIAMI MARINE ENGINEERS, INC 18 S.W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI 36, FLORIDA C A. tauter Telephone FR 9-9123 To All ... A Most Happy Chanuka CANNON SAUSAGE MFGS. HARRY L CANNON A*AT PACKING 3301 N.W. 48th Street HIALEAH NE 3-2262 Stiver 200.000' Individual tests *re done in the laboratory in 68. Each year there is an infe'ment of about 12 percent in le department's volume of work. Hen ot '.In' major divisions of fee laboratory needs constant taiintonnnee of equipment and .. lies and quality control. One Thoma*' major problems is jcheduling laboratory technoloWtoo work a five-day week i a laboratory which is open tt Burs a day, seven days a week. £&.£ -. %  )^LL GKfEJINGS JENNINGS p" JBWEIERS | icnIXfcrrtOnds • Jawelry I Silverware New Location 26 Westward Drive Miami Springs *'tll TIN s IK.ulio Doctors ** Mi l • Card Cobles *"tfcweit SKHM niCVlSION SERVICE [K5 S. Dhie Highway *"• *0 14177 MANGUM ASPHALT COMPANY, INC. ENGINEERING & PAVING CONTRACTORS Specialising in Re-Surfacing Driveways, Roads, S*rt>ete, Parking Lots and Sidewalks OUR NEW PHONE PL 7-8404 7140 N.W. 3d Avenue HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL THE LOTUS EATER'S Restaurant 545 N.E. 125th Street, North Miami, Fla. BOSTON-STYLED CHINESE POLYNESIAN FOODS ALL KINDS OF LIQUOR LUNCH AND DINNER ORDERS TO TAKE OUT CATERING PARTIES Private Dining Room Available Phone PL 7-6891 TO ALL GREETINGS HARRIS REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING, INC. COMPLETE SYSTEMS FOR STORES, OFFICES, BUILDINGS, INDUSTRIES, HOMES ENGINEERING AID • PROMPT SERVICE For Leisurely Dining At Its Best RONNIE'S STEAK HOUSE FAMOUS FOR PRIME STEAKS CHOPS SEAfOOD COCKTAIL LOUNGE • KIP and GEORGE at the BAR 334 West Ftagler Street FR 9-6114 Open Daily 11 A.M. to 1 A.M. — Sundays from 5 P.M. 6521 Bird Road (S.W. 40th St.) Phone M0 7-3831 %  UNmixo CO. ** MHSTUU '* %  Assft.1, r. ***• 74th St !" OX 1.0M, U All Season's Best Wishes Line Material Industries, Inc. "Wf AM AS C10SI AS VOW MHMf" 7244) NX 4th Court Phone PL 9-6681 TO ALL GREETINGS u STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO. 1153 WMI Av.nuo Miami Bxich, Fla PHONE IE 1-0481 TO ALL GREETINGS FIVE POINT PAINT & HARDWARE STORE QUALITY PAINTS BRUSHES COME IN BROWSE AROUND 15,000 ITEMS OF HARDWARE 1264 Coral Way FR 3-1097 BIST WISHES fOK TNI HOUDArS STAR PRINTING SERVICE 1331 S.W. 8th Street Phone FR 3-0932 L. VALENTINI A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL EDWARDS PRODUCE CO. PHONE FR 44160 \W N.W. 21st STREET



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Jecember 25, 1959 +JewlstFk>rldrian **>f '*-'' % % % %  '2& swish community of Hollywood, Fla., smashed all rec^n behalf of Israel Bonds at a dinner in tribute to Mrs D r Roosevelt last Sunday night at the Hollywood Beach Nearly 500 persons overflowed the diningroom, with I turned away because of lack of space, and purchased |50 in Israel Bonds. Seen are (seated) Mrs. Ben Tobin Mrs. Roosevelt. Standing (left to right) are Jack A. Can^neral chairman with Samuel Oritt of the Greater Miami Bond committee,' Ben Tobin, honorary chairman of the ivood Israel Bond committee, who served as official host i dinner; A. L. Mailman, who introduced Mrs. Roosevelt; Maynard Abrams, chairman of the Hollywood Israel I committee. 100 Raised For Cobalt Bomb of $10,000 was raised toll-., purchase of a cobalt by the golf tournament at rt Golf Course of the Men's League of Miami Beach, to Micky Kraus, presifcobalt bomb, which is used er treatment, will be placed [Sinai Hospital in a special rhith has been built for its 1st of the unit is about $50,will turn over the probf the tourney to the Womlancer League of Miami at a charity luncheon at the oc hotel on Jan. 6. The Cancer League has been I viinous fund-raising events in order to purchase the equipment. Mrs. Micky Kraus, president of the Women's Cancer League, said that proceeds of the golf tournament, plus the money received from the Damon Runyon Foundation, which is matching dollar-fordollar any money raised, will be added to funds collected by the women's group for the down payment on the cancer-treating machine. She sain mat aoout $30,000 will be available for the equipment following the charity luncheon, and it was hoped that the cobalt bomb would be available by early February. The Men's Cancer League raised the $10,000 through entry fees of $50 per person in the charity golf tournament. Judge Friedman To Head Division Judge Milton A. Friedman has accepted the chairmanship of the I ublic Division of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital campaign, it was announced here by Abe Aronovitz and Sam Luby, co-chairmen of the drive. "Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will fill the great and urgent need tor additional hospital space in the Miami area," the Municipal Court •judge said in accepting the post. Ine campaign goal is 82,450,000. Cedars of Lebanon will be a nonprofit and non-sectarian community hospital, and will be located in the Metropolitan Medical Center at NW 14th st. and 12th ave., formerly the site of the Miami Country Club. "The present deficit of hospital beds in Greater Miami, with an increasing deficit each month, represents a dangerous health hazard to all. Recognizing the urgent need for additional beds in Miami proper, to serve the startling increase of population, this new medical facility will be a 282-bed hospital," Judge Friedman said. US. AID TO CAIRO Continued from Page 1-A problems. Facilities will be vastly expanded. Equipment will be purchased and installed. The UAR is to be provided the most extensive and modern airport facilities in the Near East, an official said. The FAA said UAR citizens will be given on-the-job training in airport construction maintenance and operation. 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•LIU oman s At "Porgy and Bess" last Saturday Mr and a red brocade suit ... Abe Blatt cleaning his specs with a dollar bill Mrs. B. in a French blue print dress with matching long cashmere TV A %  ?, r anc L M "Mannie Smith-she in an off-shade blue with lovely half-moon pin on the r of her dress ... The young Carners and Mr. and Mrs Frumkes, trooping upstairs with the Harry Smiths ings-on in the Philip Schiff household Miriam's mother ther, Mr. and Mrs. David Goldberg, here for the season in loral Gables winter home They've just come from visitor two sons, Larry and Jerry, former Miamians, now living in a During the visit, their grandson, Scott, garnered secice in the junior television bowling match ward Grove's business keeping him in New York for long Scs But he's here for the holidays with wife Isabelle in charming N. Bay rd. home. ** r. and Mrs. Edward Lear off on a ten-day holiday in Mexico This is the first time the Lears have taken time off during Lgular semester since their Lear School opened 26 years ago loth are avid art collectors \T. and Mrs. Morris Fox were hosts at their home. 830 CreCoral Gables, last Sunday for a cocktail party that included owing of films Morris took recently while abroad as a mema U.S. committee of businessmen studying housing problems eign countries Morris also recently accepted the presiof Coral Way Jewish Center rs. Jack (Faye) Ablin's 6342 N. Bay rd. home the site of a life membership luncheon in behalf of the Jewish Home for gcd Auxiliary Faye in a pink wool outfit appliqued with in deeper pink Assisting her mother was Mrs. Marvin in black with white accessories Mrs. Bella Kozloff in der blue leather suit with matching shantung blouse Mrs. [Katzman, president of Herzl Hadassah, in blue print silk, ng with Mrs. Max Weitz in a pink linen sheath with lace ap. Auxiliary president Mrs. Sol Silverman in black wool in a gay striped tent on the Ablin patio, with Mrs. I. M. [Weinstein reviewing Moss Hart's most recent. |r. and Mrs. David Hess and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katz enter! the Emanuel Woolfs at a dinner party at Embers, followed yisit to the Club Chalet at the Lucerne hotel Party also ed the Hess children, Louise and Jay, both students at the rsity of Miami Mr. Woolfs president of a New York firm, and the couple are vacationing here at the Harbour Spa |r. and Mrs. Elias Rosch, 540 15th st., thrilled by the visit of grandson, Rabbi Pinchas Stolper, of New York City He's [director of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, now [to develop regional activities for the area be Samuel Klings — he's The Jewish Floridian columnist — doved from the Lombardy hotel to the Beach Tower at 6061 ave. s panls at the Eden Roc: Mrs. Stella Lipkowitz. Mrs. Dorothy B. erg, Mrs. Gussie Witt, and Mrs. Aaron Newman wo weddings in two weeks is the record for Mr. and Mrs. ly Hodes They're in Gotham Town having a grand time ... foung Howard Blatz leaving the Windy City to visit his aunt nele, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim Dorothy kept busy ng her Chicago guest a good time—just like she recently did oward's older brother and sister farty of 12 hosted by Judge and Mrs. Irving (Hazel) Cypen Mishkin. Dec. 11 at General Hospital David joins his I Janet Carol, 20 months Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. D 'xon and the Cy Mishkins. all of Miami Bris was Dec. Continued on PQ 'B "World tJewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, December 25, 1959 Section B Handling arrangements for Dec. 27 Yeshiva University dinner which honors local philanthropist and industrialist Charles Fruchtman are (top row) Mrs. J. Epstein, Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, Miss Anne Berkowitz, and Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. Bottom row are Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Elizabeth Zentler and Mrs. Leo Mrs David Muskat. president of the Florida Women s Division d the American Jewish Congress (left and Mrs. Benjamin Kamen division chairman, meet "Folies Francaise showS Lynn lames (right) and Jean Heather at the Carillon hotel Se planning the Congress' annual .dinner dance and show. The affair, to be held Dec. 27 in the Carillon s Cafe Le Can Can, wUl present the entire Lou Walters new revue, Folies Francaise," as entertainment. Pioneer Women To Kadimah chapter **•**£* Copenhagen, president, will hold a Pioneer Women's Chanuka party Saturday, 8 p.m.. at the Coral Gabies Masonic Lodge, 41 valenca ave. Robinson, at whose Pine Tree dr. home there will be an informal reception Saturday evening, when Yeshiva friends can meet Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of the school. Also on the program celebrating Yeshiva University's 73rd academic year will be Sen, Paul H. Douglas, of Illinois. Zamora Chapter Social Tuesday Chanuka social will be held Tuesday evening by the Tamara Mizrachi Women's Organization at Beth Israel Congregation, according to Mrs. Irving Shalom, president. Arrangements committee includes the Mesdames Charles Turk, Louis Brafman, Irving Levy, Louis Weissberg, Lily Laster, Max Kimmel, Elias Rosch, Morris Bienenfeld, David Herman and Harry Groudan. Hostesses for the evening will be the Mesdames Jack Greenhouse, Adolph Blank, Jack Fox, Morris Rudley, Isidore Spolter, Sidney Margulies, Louis Makovsky, Max Sternstein, Ann Tannen, Israel Teitch, Ann Zitter and Sam Herman. In charge of program is Mrs. Louis Cohen. The candlelighting ceremony will be conducted by Cantor Louis Cohen. Piano selections will be offered by Mrs. Morris Rudley and Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mrs Lillian Cohen, chairman, said that a candlelighting cereI" 01 Siiver^vi evident S Sram'Vhairman. Proceeds are for Moetzet Hapoalot. • • • Pioneer Women's Club I. Mrs JoSph Kran.z. president, w,ll eel chrate Chanuka on Sunday, 7 p.m. ? Kncs"ct Israel Congregation Vocee^are for Child Rescue according to the chairman Mrs Miriam Yelson. Israeli film *ul be Fete Chanuka shown. G. Lavarin, educator and writer, will speak on the significance of Chanuka. • • • Mrs. Isaak Offenhanden, president of Bebe Idelson Club, announces a Chanuka party Wednesday 7 p.m.. at the home of Mr. and Mrs'. Joseph P. Cassow, 7222 Trueville Esplanade. Mrs. Samuel Bopier, chairman for the evening, and Mrs. Harry Yanish, cultural chairman, are in charge of the program. Abraham Grossman will perform a candlelighting ceremony. Mrs. Cassow will read a poem, "Chanuka Licht." Mrs. Sonya Weiss will offer a song recital. Horowitz-Margareten Prexy And Wife Winter Visitors Here for the winter season in their apartment at the Crown hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Margareten. Despite the lavish restaurants and dining spots about town, the Margaret ens. world-renowned food producers, prefer their own menus. Their personal house staff prepares all their meals right at home, high above the green Atlantic Ocean. Mr. Margareten is chairman of the board of Horowitz-Margareten, kosher food producers. Tikvah Club Party Tikvah Club of Pioneer Women will hold a Chanuka party Sunday, 2 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Platt, i00 SW 30th ave. Mrs. Ruth Uliss Wagner said that Dr. Simon Wilensky will be guest speaker. Jack Asatonowitz will entertain. LI •. i



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Jay, December 25, 1959 "Jenis/iFlcricfitHj ludah Maccabeus: World's First Guerilla Page 3-C By MILTON FRIEDMAN "h.itnifci f dM to tnlnd the miliry prowess of Judab Maccalus' guerrilla army at a time ken America, through the nor•Exodus," is discovering the L a s a fighting roan. |Today the military arts have come incredibly sophisticated. kws. as nuclear and rocket sciItists, take a leading part in the Ltion's defense. Jewish particiktion in top-level military scikcc is far out of proportion to Je comparatively small number Jews in the population. (The German scientist, M. J. fchleiden, in the last century anrzed the Jew as a soldier. fhcir valor under the Maccaes, their exploits in the camjign which ended with Titus' Esitruction of Jerusalem, their bsporate rebellion under Bar chba, and later on, their deInsc of Naples against Balisarus or of the passes of the Pytaees against the Franks, place Lc Jew on a par with the greatIt heroes known to history." |An exiled and persecuted Jewpeople gloried in the Maccaf'cs and other heroic defenders the faith. It was only natural an underprivileged group puld identify vicariously with strong men. [Arab hostility makes it neces|ry for Israel to live as an armcamp today. Jewish teachings re consistent with legitimate fdefense. However, some of military feats for which our itorians take 'credit might tnd examination. t Is common practice to relate pish participation on both des in the American Civil War. bws who served the Union and ft Confederacy are listed with pride. Yet, it is dubious bether Jewish Confederates ere defending the ideals of Ju)ism. | One finds Gen. Milch, Goerg's chief of staff, listed among itinguished "Jewish" soldiers. name appears in an article, he Jew As Soldier, Strategist, Ulitary Adviser." The fact is |iat the Nazi Milch repudiated Jewish father to gain honorAryan status from Hitler, ho mvds him? same article lists another rwish "hero." He is German il. Dnstcrberg, a leader of the ihlhelm, a veterans group that elaborated with the Naiis. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL MEL JACK HERMAN and MORRIS KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone Fl 44174 HOLIDAY GREETINGS J. IMISII VV and Family NOVELTY STITCHING HEMSTITCHING Pleating, Tucking, Shirring, Applique, Rhinestones 261 N.W. 23rd Street FR 1-7133 BARNES Cast Stone Shop J tt$T STOWWOt* TO [**Mnu_tiuis_Puoots "" Mists* Slese Mmmflu *•*• n. M314 •ttlt.W.Mifc, S2H5 /!, UQ v. L G ldber 9district chaplain of the Third •SS^w"?" ^ ho6la i0X a Ie ^ ish librar Y being shipped as Chanuka gifts to veterans' hospitals and military posts in the U.S. and overseas by the National Jewish Welfare Board Women s Organizations Division. With Chaplain Goldberg is Miss Diana Bernstein, division director. The 21 basic books in the coUection will serve as the nucleus of a Jewish library. A cruel legend emerged that Jews were a cowardly and servile people." It is also triumphantly noted that a Jew served Mussolini's Fascists with such "outstanding valor under fire" that he was awarded a gold medal. He was Bruno JesL The Jewish attitude toward military heroism is easy to understand. The medieval church confined Jews to the ghetto, forbade them from cultivating land or bearing arms. A cruel legend Continued on Pag* IOC GREETINGS & E METAL PRODUCTS CO. Ornamental Iron Grill. Gites Porch Railing* Cittern Made Aluminum Storm Stutters 829 N.W. 143rd STREET Phone MU 1-9021 SEASON'S GREETINGS PUBLIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE Automatic Transmission — Power Steering SERVICE & REPAIRS 1340 N.W. 54th Street PL 1-6491 To All ., Season's Best Wishes S.J. MEYER Construction Co. • GENERAL CONTRACTORS • COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION GUARANTEE WE TAKE PRIDE IN OUR WORK MO 7-4242 6792 S.W. 62nd Avenue SOUTH MIAMI •< %  • •."•• < *T!p r I til 79th STREET CAUSEWAY MIAMI BEACH Jj H Open 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. — reservations UN 5-3735 SEASON'S GREETINGS II NEW SHAPE CONCRETE PRODUCTS A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Bonfire Restaurant HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BONFIRE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA ADRIAN THAL riii/tu 716 LINCOLN ROAD DR.J.H01MNBECKW.TH DJLMCKK.B E aCWmi DR. WILLIAM W. ASHLEY 757 41st Strot. Miami Bwch 8 HANK SHAPIRO 4470 S.W. 74th Ave. Ph. MO 7-1626 TO ALL GREETINGS BURNS and JAEGER, Inc. .. • Electrical Contractors Vim. I. Jaeger Hmrry Burns 3251 N.W. 7th Street Phone NE 4-3363 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS J FLORIDA SOD & LANDSCAPE CO. "DEALERS IN THRINAX PALMS" !J Where The Best Costs Less n ] Jack Bard — Andy Talley 12435 N.W. 7th Ave. Ph. MU S-8064 GREETINGS ... ga sssssa te N. POPENHAGER -C1ANES— — in 3-2652 253 *1-to**^ Arenu Phon. HI S-^g^Qj^ GROVE noWPA



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