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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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 Floridian
ie 33 Number 50
Combining THE JfW/SH UHITY md THf JEWISH WEEKIY
Miami, Florida. Friday. December 9, 1960
Five Sections Price SI.00
fJxappu Q^havitha
to
*4ll
(Happy Chanuka' These are the words that will
EhVifiW* e,0.ht^y Festival of Lights, which begins
ifh the kindling of the first Chanuka candle on Tuesday
fvening, Dec. 13. For your reading enjoyment, The Jewish
jor.dian this week offers many articles and features per-
Eta*n,ng to the meaning of the holiday, its history, symbols
*id traditions. See Sec. C, D, and E.)
-----------------= *
#
DOCUMENTS FIRST OF KIND
*tone of Antiochus Uncovered
UAR Mission to Moscow
May Tip New Arms Race
tRUSALEM stone on which eight letters
engraved, furnishing official
nents dating to 'the days of
Antiochus III, a Syrian ruler
reigned between 223 to 183
LE., has been dug up in Kib-
Hefzibah. north of Tel Aviv,
Government Department of
Equities here announced this
documents consist of six
l written ay King Antiochus
and two from the Chief Priest
teeny. All the letters deal with
lirvistratioo of justice and the
protection of the civilian popula-
tion.
The documents, according to the
Government scientists, are the first
of their kind found in Israel, and
yield important information about
conditions in northern Israel, as
well as on the administrative meth-
ods of the Hellenistic administra-
tion of the period. King Antiochus
II, called 'the Great," was the fath-
er of Antiochus Epiphanes whose
harsh measures against the Jews
led to the Hasmonean revolt head-
ed by the Maccabean family.
JERUSALEM(JTA)The possibility of a new Middle East arms*
race was posed this week by the second visit to Moscow of the United
Arab Republic military leader who negotiated the massive 1956 arms
ucal which poured huge quantities of modern weapons into Israels most
bellicose neighbor.
Marshall Abdel Hakim Arner*
UAR vice president and command-
er in-chief of the UAR's armed
forces, was acompanied by a large
entourage of military experts. So-
viet Premier Khrushchev sent a
ment financial procedures, approv-
ed the loan.
It was recalled here that Col. '
Ezer Weizmann, commander of the
special plane to bring the Marshalj ,s"e.' Air Fr?\toM a United Jew-
to Moscow.
iurion, Goldmann Continue
Over Zionist Future
Although neither the Soviets
nor Hi* UAR have given any pub-
lic statements on the purpose of
the mission, it has boon reported
that the UAR wants replacement
for its aging acquisitions of 1956
weapons, particularly the now
MIG-19 jtt fighter plane. Marshal
Amer negotiated the purchase for
the ltS* arms. The MIG-19 would +
replace the UAR's MIG-17's
which have proved to be no
match for Israel's Mysteres and
Viutors in occasional clashes.
ish Appeal mission two weeks ago
that Israel needed pure jet intercep-
tors to deal with the threat of ac-
quisition of MIG-19's by the UAR
I Experts on Arab policies said that
Marshal Amer's visit was to com-
plete details that were agreed upon
; in principle when Nasser met
Khrushchev in New York at the
I United Nations General Assembly
in September.
GOV. umv coum
\ By Direct Teletype Wire
CRUSALEM Prime Minister
-Gurion and Dr. Nahum Gold-
met Tuesday in the third
Ties of talks aimed at clarify-
relationships between the Gov-
aent of Israel and the Jewish
ency. The meeting was one of
dealing with preparations for
forthcoming 251 h World Zionist
igress which opens here Dec. 27.
it another meeting Tuesday, that
the Mapai congress committee.
Inch is headed by Finance Min-
er Levi Eshkol, a discussion was
Fld of the situation which followed
reported final refusal by former
rime Minister Moshe Sharett to
^cept an offer on a co-presidency
th
ister, and Mr. Eshkol will make
official speeches on behalf of thi
state of Israel at the Zionist con-
gress instead of Mr. Ben-Gurion,
who will speak in his private capac-
ity as a "simple delegate." It was
understood this arrangement was
reached after the Israel cabinet
decided that the Prime Minister
Gov. Co/tins to Receive Human
Relations Award Here Saturday
SOFT-SPOKEN IDEALIST
PAGE 6 A
. PAGE If
AM TWENTY TEARS AGO
The Florida office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
It was reported also that the UAR
will sell its surplus and outdated
Soviet weapons to other African
countries. The first was reported
to be Sudan, which has already re-
ceived six MIG-I7s from the UAR"
The UAR was expected to receive
three more Soviet submarines,
,h I which would bring its total of such will celebrate its 20th anniversary beginning with a banquet Saturday
' undersea craft to 12. evening at the Diplomat hotel. Highlight of the Saturday function will
.,,.' be the presentation of the League's Leonard L. Abess Award in Human
JK ap^rS a spell hmper"-' Nation* to Flor.da Gov. LeRoy Coms_ _____________
mining Finance Minister Levi Esh- The award consists of a plaque*
kol to take a $13,000,000 loan from i and a contribution of $1,000 ear-
Israel banks for security purposes, j marked for research in intergroup
Even the right-wing Herut party, relations. Paul Seidcrman, chair-
which is critical of Israel Govern- man of the Florida ADL, announced
Continued on Page 13-A
Top Nazis Direct Global Hate
Operation from Cairo Sanctuary
JERUSALEM(JTA)-Top Nazis who fled the collapsing
Gov. Collins' acceptance
award last month.
of the
Benjamin R. Epstein, national
director of the League, arrived in
Miami this week to take part in
the 20th anniversary celebration,
as well as in the presentation of
the Abess Award to Collins. While
here, Epstein is also expectad to
^Dr GoWrnaW of "the World JERUSALEM-(JTA)-Top Nazis noun u* '- participate in deliberations of
isiOrganizS and chairman- Reich to Cairo to become advisors to Prestdent Nasser, of the United F|orida board ^ con$(j|,
ip of the Jewish Agency executive Arab Republic, have established a special headquarters in Cairo which j wif|| Miam! ,M(Wr$ on nation,,
Jerusalem. directs neo-Nazi activities throughout the world, according to a docu- proWtm$ confronting the Jewish
i mented report published nere this week.
The mapai committee began
Adolf's Aide
Sours at Task
mapai
(ration of the party's alter
[native candidates for the agency
chairmanship and other member-
[ships of the executive.
It was reported also that Mrs.
Jolda Meir. Israel's Foreign Min-
The report was prepared by Jo*
seph Ariel, former Israel Minister
to Belgium and now a researcher
at the Yad Vashem Memorial Au-
thority here, which collects mater
ial on Nazi crimes against Jews.
The report list* 1 of the koy
Nazis who are among the most
active in Cairo. They include SS
Gen. Johan von Leers, who fled
to Argentina, and after the fa"
of Juan Peron there, moved
to
Cairo to become Nasser's key ad-
visor on anti-Jewish propaganda;
Dr. Hans Eisele, who murdered
hundreds of concentration camp
inmates -in "scientific experi-
ments" on them, and who is now
a surgeon in Cairo's largest mil-
itary hospital; and Bernard Ben-
der, who headed the Gestapo's
Continued on Page 10-A
community today.
BONN (JTA) Robert Ser-
vatius. the Cologne attorney who is
to defend Adolf Eichmann in the
Israel trial slated to start Mar. 6,
said here that if the memoirs of
the Nazi mass executioner in Life
magazine were true, any defense
"would be a waste of time."
He said that if the memoirs were
genuine, he would withdraw as de-
fense attorney. He said his hair
"stood on end" when he read a
Deliberations will largely take
; place during seminar sessions at
1 the hotel Sunday, both prior to and ctfoo '" >e articles citing Lich-
following a luncheon. Some 500 mann as saying he had no regrets
1 persons are expected to attend the for his role in the execution of
'20th anniversary weekend gather-16.000.000 European Jew* and that
i* | even if 10.000.000 had been killed,
he would simply have regarded this
as destruction of the enemy.
Among items on the agenda of
the Sunday business sessions will
be a three-man panel, led by Leo
Continued on Page 2-A
Immigrant Son Named to Cabinet
WASHlNGTON--Abraham Ribicoff, the son of poor Jewish | he had a chance to win he spoke
..--:-.- Governor of Connect!-lot himself as a symbol of the
igrants who rose to become the first Jewish
The attorney said he planned
to ask Eichmann's brother, Rob-
ert, who lives in Linz, Austria,
whether the memoirs were gen-
uine and added that if he was
so informed, "I will give up the
defense on the spot."
The journalist, who tape recorded
in Argentina the confessions pub-
lished in Life, is a Dutchman who
,:eJ.p toVesidcnt elect John F. Kennedys Cabinet "American dream." It was a speech ,urned Nazi who was sentenced to
rut, was named last week to rresiaeni win ju. IBDnkpn in Humilitv and in faith and1 ju,i. r, ,.,. rim.. in Reliuni.
I. Minister of Health, Education and Welfare. ^^^^^
60V. AMMAMAM KIBICOff
He is the first Jewish member
ot the Cabinet since Henry Mor-
genthau Jr. served under Franklin
D. Roosevelt.
Toward the end of his first cam-
paign for Governor of Connecticut,
which few besides himself thought
Motion of Immigrants
Read "A Nation of Immi-
grants." by John F. Kennedy.
Part II, on Page IE of this
week's Jewish Floridian.
spoken in humility and in faith ancr^^, for war t.rjm,.s jn Belgium,
it captured the respect of his lis" an() w.,0 ls now under indictment
tenon throughout the state. for war frjmc.s jn Holland, the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency established
The dream, he fold the voters,
was that "any boy, no matter
what his economic, social or re-
Continued on Page 15-A
this week.
It was learned through Dutch
Continued on Page 8-A


Page 2-A
+Jelstrk>ri(Jkn
Friday, December 9,
Gov. Collins to Receive Human
Relations Award Here Saturday
Continued from Pag* 1-A
Minrilin, executive editor of The
Jevii-h Klon.iian. which is sched-
uled to discus* the University of
California project a five year
research study under the auspices
cf the Anti Defamation League,
into the status, extent and re-
sources of American anti-Senuti-m
Executive committee of the reg-
ie nal board will be increased by six
members at the Sunday meeting.
Sam A. Goldstein, chairman of
the 1960 nominating committee, re-
vealed Wednesday To be added
to the committee are Sydney
Joint Chanuka
Celebration Set
Joint Chanuka ceieoration will
be held Tuesday evening at the
Delano hotel.
.Sponsors are the Ben-Gurion and
Bialik Branches of Farband and
the Chaim Grunberg Branch of
Poale Zion.
i
Program will include Rabbi B
Leon Hurwitz. spiritual leader of
Temple Zamora; Max Astor, in
readings pertaining to Chanuka:
and Jacob Fishman. who will direct
ccmmunal >int::nv
Beryl Morrison, president of Bia-
lik Branch, will be chairman of the
program
Aronovitz. Judge Irving Cyj
William Pallet, Harry Simo'-i
Sanford Swerdlin. and Henry
Wolff.
They join William Alper, Jack
Fink,, Richard E. Gerj.'ein,
Krortcngold, Dr. Irving Lahrman,
. E. Aipsrf Pallot, A. David Ray
vit, Mrs. Barnard Supwortn,
Leonard L. Abess, Judge Milton
A. Friedman, Juge Sam I. Siivea,
Sam A. Goldstein, Benjamin
Meyers, and George J. Talianoff.
Burnett Roth is chairman of the
: executive committee. Paul Seider-
man has been named chairman of
the Florida board for a third
term. Leonard Abess is honorary
chairman. Nate Perlmutter is cx-
, ecutive director of the Florida
region.
Mayor Robert King High mean-
while this week proclaimed Satur-
day as Florida Anti Defamation
League Day in Miami.
The mayor's proclamation noted |
the ADL's "program in behalf of j
interfaith amity and understanding !
in our "community, thereby enrich-;
ing our Judaic-Christian traditions.'",
as well as its "telling attacks \
against the Communist menace'
. (which) have been hailed
by the staunchest of America's .
defenders, notably J. Fdgar Hoov-
er, director of the Federal Bureau
of !m estii afJon."
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Featured will -fee Rabbi Jonah
Caplan. spiritual leader of Temple
Adath Yeshurun. in a discussion of
Judaism; Rev. A. E. Gysan. of
the Christ Lutheran Church, repre-
senting the Protestant point of
view; and Dr. Gilbert J. Farley.
Mtistaal professor of education.
University of Miami, in a presenta-
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he moderaior. Dale Regent is
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[The inauguration of a Southern
^gional office for the American
chnion Society, with headquart-
in Miami Beach, was made
own ttiks.weeJX bit. M> A. Baskin,
^airman of the Miami chapter of
Society, and Dr. Irving Lehr-
^an. a founder of the Society and
\v serving his third consecutive
ree-year term as a member of
national board of directors.
[Leo Rutstein, who has been af-
liated with the American Tech-
|ion Society for many years, has
pen named director of the office.
will make his temporary head-
larters at -the Helen-Mar hotel,
21 Lake Pancoast dr.
A nationwide organization com
of scientists, engineers,
tchnicfant and industrialists, the
supports Israel's only
chnical university, which is lo-
tted in Haifa.
[The Technion, which today has
enrollment of more than 3,600
srves a> Israel's major industrial
nter, a well as her sole source of
?chnologically-trained manpower,
itstein pointed out, emphasizing
i.-.i "a large part of Israel's de-
SlorJment program is closely link-
to the Technun's academic and
(search effort"
[Secretary of the Miami chapter
Morton Fellman. Other Miam-
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Sunders in expanding Technion's
rogram here, along with Baskin
ad Dr. Lehrman. include Mrs.
iskin, Shepard Broad. Samuel
rommer, Morris Franklin, Samuel
+Jewisti nor id for
Special Offer Gives You Two Tickets
For Price of One to See Gypsy Rose Lee
Page 3-A
P. O. Box 2973,
William Rosenwald, national
chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, received the 1960
Solomon Bublick Award of
the Hebrew University of Je-
rusalem fof "the most signifi-
cant contribution. to the pro-
gress and development'of Is-
rael" at a recent dinner in
New York City. In previous
years, the American Friends
of the Hebrew University pre-
sented the award to former
President Harry S. Truman,
and Dr. Nahum Goldmann.
The Jewish Floridian announces
a special offer to its readers fer
tnTf coming week.
Theatre-lovers are being'afforded
the unusual opportunity of receiv-
ing two tickets for the price of one
to "A Curious Evening with Gypsy
Rose Lee." opening at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse on Dec. 13.
"A Curious Evening with Gypsy
Rose Lee" incorporates a 90-min-
ute film record of the renowned
star's life, with her own in-person
commentary on the stage.
The Jewish Floridian two for-
the-price-cf-one offer is good for
the night of Dee. 15 only. To take
part in this unusual offer, clip
and fill out the Coconut Grove
Playhouse ad which appears on
Page 3-A, and mail to The Jew-
Friedland, Nathan Kushin, Bernard
Rodins, Marcellus Staley, S. A.
Volpin, Col. Mitchell Wolfson, and
Max H. Levinson and Mrs. Martin
Wohl, of Hollywood.
Beth Torah Now
Casting Play
Auditions and calling for "9 to;
5," an original two act musical
comedy by Lenore Brooks, will be
held Sunc'ay and Tuesday evenings
at Beth Torah Congregation.
The comedy is a story about the
New York garment industry and
themes relating to Miami Beach
hotels.
A cast of 32 will include actors,
singers and dancers.
Lester Friedman will direct. Five
, performances are planned for a
I March showing.
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Friday. December 9, 1960
20 Kislev 5721
ADL Award to Gov. Collins
Few men in our state can better exemplify
the high purpose of the Leonard L. Abess
Award in Human Relations than Gov. LeRoy
Collins.
The Governor will receive the award at a
21th anniversary celebration of the Florida of-
- of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'lith on Saturday evening.
Throughout his years of tenure. Gov. Col-
lins has been a vigorous and forthright pro-
ponent of progressive interracial relations.
Where other Southern governors have paid lip-
service to the principle while practicing another
lin entirely or openly followed the bigot's
1:ade Florida's chief executive maintained a
eady course of human decency marked by
genuine efforts aimed at bringing about the
kind of society which this nation envisions as
the birthright of each of its citizens.
Gov. Collins has been more than "tolerant"
perhaps even more than "moderate." For,
b: a sense, tolerance implies acceptance of an-
cher race, religion, credo, or point of view by
the strict exercise of self-restraint; it indicates a
c.stasteful if disguised reaction to that which is
efferent.
And moderation in the held of human riahts
has too often meant inaction as an alternative
1c violence.
In neither of these senses has Gov. Collins
been "tolerant" or "moderate." His personal
ratements with respect to the constitutionally-
guaranteed status and dignity of the individual,
legardless of race or religion, bespeak an en-
iiely different attitude. They exemplify the high
oral purpose of a leader who has aimed at
.bringing to bear the vast persuasive power of
h:s office on the process of implementing prin-
ciples.
There is little need to contrast Gov. Collins'
rersonal and administrative horizons with those
rr.arking some of his colleagues elsewhere in
.he South. His achievements speak for them-
selves. They are the legacy of the people of
r'.orida in the form of peace and progress.
The Leonard L. Abess Award in Human
Relations to Gov. Collins is a measure of the
thanks that the people of Florida now tender
h.m on the eve of his departure from office. His
ccceptance enhances the meaning of the award
even further than before, and reflects with credit
en the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith,
which is its sponsor.
An End to the Diaspora
The battle between Dr. Nahum Goldmann
end Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion is
c curious phenomenon.
Dr. Goldmann is not really defending the
r.-inciples of Zionism as a continuing thing. Nor
il he defending the American Jewish commun-
: y. He is simply asserting the right of the
ciaspora to its status. He is telling Mr. Ben-
Gurion that Jews living outside of Israel are of
r.o lesser value than those living inside.
He is telling the Prime Minister that the dif-
ference is one of variety not guality.
For his part, the Prime Minister sees in the
World Zionist Organization an instrument of
diaspora Jewry intent on perpetuating its status
with clear and cogent ties to Israel. Mr. Ben-
Gurion wants to see an end to this instrument
because he wants to see a shrinking of the
diaspora.
It is the Prime Minister's belief that the
Zionist movement, as a rationale for the exis-
tence of large Jewish communities outside of
:3rael, serves as a stumbling block to mass
Aliyah.
Hence Mr. Ben-Gurion's stinging attacks
on Zionism on the eve of the 25th Congress in
Jerusalem at the end of the month attacks
which are hardly realistic. For it is clear that
mass Aliyah can not serve the best purposes of
diaspora Jewry. Apparently to all save Mr.
3en-Gurion, it is also clear that mass Aliyah
would rock the very foundation stones of Israel,
itself.
CHANUKA I960
The Meaning of Chanuka
The lighting of the first candle an Tuesday
evening marks the opening of the eight-day
holiday of Chanuka.
The celebration of Chanuka is rooted in
the pages of heroic Jewish history. The revolt
of the Maccabees against Syrian-Greek rule
has served as an inspiration to us all for some
two millenia.
On the one hand, the revolt symbolizes
man's eternal drive toward freedom and un-
hampered self-realization in the field of personal
conscience. For the Jew, it meant the rejection
of Hellenistic religious principles of multi-god
Greek anthropomorphism that insulted and vio-
lated the sacred beliefs of monotheistic Judaism.
On the other hand, Chanuka throughout the
ages has helped to keep alive the image of the
Jew as a fighter as a people willing and
able to stand up and do battle for the causes in
which they believe.
The course of history since the revolt of the
Maccabees tarnished and even obscured this
image. Our own time has happily seen its re-
emergence in the form of the State of Israel.
No less do the struggles of men elsewhere
on the face of the earth today for the attainment
of self-rule heighten the meaning of Chanuka
so that the holiday emerges from the pages of
our history books in all of its universal and ever-
lasting significance.
Perhaps needed is another miracle akin to
that of the sacred vial of oil, whose one-day sup-
ply burned for eight, a miracle assuring human-
ity that Chanuka "rededication" in its fullest
sense is finally upon us.
And perhaps the miracle is already in the
works a man-made miracle aimed at the
achievement of the principles of human egual-
ity once no more than principles, and today the
goal upon whose achievement our very sur-
vival depends.
during t
(he week
. ,.aji.see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Much Talk About Nothing
The United Arab Republic attack against
the United States at the UN is a bitter lesson for
Washington.
Despite the untold millions we hnve aen-
erously poured out in behalf of UNRWA's pro-
gram. Ahmad Shukairy unguivocally tells the
U.S. that his government owes us nothing __
that these funds are "partial payment" for
America's recognition of Israel.
Those recent pictures of the President Eisen-
hower-strongman Nasser meeting in Now York
look mighty captivating. But neither Jk nor,
indeed, anyone else has vet chosen to Ml us
what thev talked about. If they said n~" im,
it was perhaps due to Shukairy's capor-i'v to
speak for everyone as his attack at the UN
the other day so amply demonstrates.
SCATTERED entries from the
* pages of a Highly imairin.
live diary:
Friday arrived at tho tele-
vision station at 1:^5 a.mj. A
melange of guests*;**! prM,',.
sionals mixed Wrotex monitor
mechanically set so that the
picture could hardly bf seen.
Young son Jeremy a'.tracfaj
the atlention of M't. Beatrice
Washburn, book editor of The
Miami Herald, who promptly engaged him in solo conversation quite
as if he had come all by himself. Moments later, we said our own
hello's."
Is he on a kiddie show?"-she asked brightly. "No. I am." i
replied, "on some library presentation or other."
"Oh." she retorted "I should have known I'm not that im-
portant ..." I interrupted gallantly: "Neither am I. They aren't
interested in my newspaper work, but in some of my photographs."
Mrs. W. shrugged, agreeing sympathetically, and pointins to the
pin-lighted studio beyond the glass wall, where Sal Mineo and Jill Ha-
worth sat before the camera. "I'm squiring them around on a story,"
she said. .
We turned silently, except for young son. to the monitor. Someone
had uriped the contrast The film stars gurgled on about their roles .in,
"Exodus," with the serious tone reserved for reverential things Past
the glass wall, where I could not hear their conversation, the presen-
tation seemed far more impressive than on the tebvision/set.
At 9:30 a.m.. I was. before the same camera. Strange. I thoustfit,
that it makes no distinction between me and the film star*, r^nrdln?
and projecting whatever the lens sees. In ten minutes. I was required
to discuss tbe technical and aesthetic changes in photography .since
1940. My philosophizing would have been a good vantage point from
which to begin.
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MEMENTO OF A MUGIOUS EXPERIENCE
BUT WHAT COULD be said in ten minutes? To resolve the dilemma,
I began to talk the moment the director nodded his finger and did
not stop until he made a throat-slashing sign. 1 spoke glibly and quickly
and thus said nothing. I must remember never to be coerced into
such an impossible task again .. .
Friday. 7:40 p.m., arrived with young son. his mother, and grand-
parents at a special children's Sabbath eve service. This was his first
official indoctrination. At age three and a half, everything teemed
fascinating to his probing eyes. Yarmulke perched precariously atoo his
lovely head, he stood with proper reverence to hear the "Staema."
moments later beginning the evening-long struggle that involved hiking
up his pants from the outside while tugging them dowa from tbe inside.
Clutched in his hand were two seemingly-appropriate boots from
his library at home, "Jeremy Learns About God" and "JerMay Learns
About the Torah" titles sadly conceived by their authors without
fore-knowledge of this young son's singular existence. Before the service
ended, the tragedy of the evening had occurred: All holiness ^nd dewy-
eyed, he rose at a moment of sanctification to knock his chair over
with a clatter and bang, which seemed suddenly and Inexplicably
humorous to his moppet colleagues surrounding him. Much flee fol-
lowed in the form of children's titters and snickers.
My own response to the previous moment of awe was in the form
Of planning for my next (now this) week's column, a final dissuasion on
Jewish literature and Jewish Book Month. --.- .
At an Oheg Shabbat. young son rose to his highest level of pHy steal
if not spiritual joy. beholding the delightful array of cakes he could
carry away in .teeth and hands as a memento of this first religious
experience...
- -t.
A DM tog KlTHtiNG
SATURDAY, 10:30 a.m., rose at a wanton hour to ponder my next
(now this) week's column on Jewish Book Month. All day, I con-
sidered the gamut of Jewish writing in America in light of a discus-
sion with Dr. Ira Eisenstein, of the Reconstruction^ Foundation, in
my office the day before. Many mental notes followed, during the
course of which I wrote in m- head a splendid concluding article to the
series appearing here the past two weeks. Now. aU I have to do
is remember it. There is no doubt I won't...
Saturday, 3 p.m.. retired to my favorite retiring sofa with a paper-
back science fictioirltover by Robert Shecklcy. I fell asleep before
I could recall as I always do when I read one of hit books that
Sheckley is married to the former Ziva Kwitney. daughter of Hebrew
Academy faculty members Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perach ...
Saturday, 7:30 p.m., arrived with wife at Fontainebleau hotel,
young sons ringing "good-bye's" still haunting our ears, his hands
raised in farewell and clutching two Mexican jumping beans, making
happy and warm images in our eyes. And so began the Diplomat Exo-
dus Ball, the final event of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committees
campaign year.
It ended less happily. I tell myself that the purpose of the function
was to sell Israel Bonds and presumably it did. But what was its
substance? Arc not we Jews a people of substance? I coulff find none
and for this reason felt singularly embarrassed in the knowledge that
our next-door neighbor, Otto J. Jorgenson, and Mrs. J. represented Den-
mark at thp function. "Jorgy" has many fine tales to spin about 'hi'
Danish resistance during World War II. and Denmark's proud raaora
of assistance to it* Jewish citizens after the Hitler deluge.
-if -i- -j.
THIS WEEK'S COLUMN IS NEXT WEEK
BUT THB BALL did nothing more than hawk a commercial motion
* picture by a businessman operating in the film industry' to make
moneyOtto Premingerwho was suddenly foisted upon us as a latt?r
I.amedvovnlk." Once again, we saw Sal Mineo and Jill Ha worth,
this time with no happy glass wall between us.
At approximately 930 p.m., Miss Ha worth was "crowned" pnn-
c esi of the ball in a surprise ceremony" that surprised nobody. Capt-
Ike Aronowici, of the original SS Exodus, then: 1) bluntly declared
that the Urit novel does not tell the story accurately; t) suggested- as
everyone knows, that it is a poor book; 3) expressed profound sadness
that the Jews of America needed the novel to awaken them to the
meaning of Israel.
I promptly thought of my third and concluding column next (now
this) week on JewMi Hook Month. (I did. of course, completely forcet
ling of it.) Is "Exodus" a Jewish book" The
column. But Aronowicz, as marvelous a- he
P' latulent commercialism of the ball, mis rl 'he
mark whei American Jews needed the Uria book to av
>s Uris accomplished this for the Gentile, but
' s .lews, who poured out over $140 n I'M t0
her birth
we departed the ball, still sad, Bty ft'rl
Continued en Pg# 12 A


Friday. December 9, 1960
*JewlstiJhsrl Page 5-A
Arabs Attack US, on 'Palestine Question'
UNITED NATIONS-(JTA)-Saudi Arabia sharply attacked the Uni-
ted States this Week for allegedly using "undue pressure and every
amount of duress" against the Arabs in every phase of the entire "Pales-
tine Question," from Palestine partition to the present.
Ahmad Shukairy, Saudi Arabia's
Minister of State for United Af-
fairs, and chairman of the coun-
try's delegation, declared the Unit-
ed States was "disqualified" to
continue membership on the three-
man Palestine Conciliation Com-
mission, on which the United States
serves with Tv"- ey and France,
and warned that unless the United
Slates changed its position "we will
be bound to discontinue our coop-
eration with the Commission."
America's "undue pressure"
gain** the Arab*, Shukairy said,
was evidenced in 1*47 when Unit-
ed States "pressure" for the adop-
tion of the Palestine partition
plan, was manifested further
when Washington recognized Is-
rael "one minute" after the Jew-
ish State declared itself independ-
ent in 1948, and was further "ag-
gravated" when America "pres-
sured" the UN into admission of
Israel as a member in 1949.
Shukairy told the United Nations
that the' Arab refugees owe no "in-
debtedness" to the United States
for the fact that it has spent $222,-
000,000 so far for aid to the refu-
gees through the United Nations
Relief and Works Agency for Pal-
estine Refugees in the Near East.
That sum, he said, "is only a par-
tial price for the policy of the
United States on the question of
Palestine." The refugees are not
being "repatriated" to Israel, he
maintained, "because of Israel's
defiance" and "the United States
alone, not to say the UN, can bring
Israel to her knees."
The Saudi Arabian criticized the
French Prize Winner to Give Up Award
PARIS (JTA) Vintila Horia,
a novelist charged with wartime
Nazi affiliations, said this week he
was giving up his Goncourt Prize
because he "did not want- to be
a cause of dissension" in France.
Horia was awarded the top lit-
erary prize with its 5.000 franc
((10) cash award for his novel,
"God Was Born in Exile." Last
week, "L-Humanite," the Paris
Communist daily, published charg-
es Horia had been active in Nazi
and Fascist activities.
The Rumanian Embassy in
Paris announced it had notified
the Goncourt Academy that Horia
had worked for Nazi newspapers
during the war. Previously, Horia
had said, in a comment on the
charges, that "even saints have
erred," which was considered an
admission that at least some of
the charges were true.
There was no information on
whether a Goncourt prize winner
can renounce the award, but even
franc check, his gains from the
award will be considerable. Even
without the unusual publicity at-
tending the award this year, a Gon-
court prize winner nets more than
10,000,000 francs ($20,000) from the
sale of the book while the publisher
usually earns from 40 to 50,000,000
francs ($80,000 to $100,000).
A Jewish member of the jury
of the highly respected Prix Fem-
ina literary award meanwhile re-
signed this week in protest against
a grant of the award to a little
United ( States Undersecretary of
State, Francis O. Wilcox, who is
participating in the refugee debate
as a member of the U.S. delega-
tion. He said Mr. Wilcox "instead
of disclosing the rebellion of Israel
against the efforts of the P.C.C.,
places the Arab governments and
Israel on the same footing" by ap-
pealing to both for "restraint" and
for "cooperation." Such an appeal,
he stated, should be addressed to
Israel only. He rejected all Israeli
proposals for Arab-Israeli negotia-
tions.
Mr. Wilcox took the floor and
told the UN committee that the
United States would not reply to
the "attacks and insinuations
against me and my country" by
the representative of Saudi Arab-
ia. "I reject those attacks and
insinuations," Mr. Wilcox said.
He urged the committee to go on
with the important tasks before
it.
The statement by Mr. Wilcox con-
cluded the debate on the Arab ref-
ugee problem, and the commit:ia
turned to another item, dealing
with proposals to expand the mem-
berships of the Security Council
and the Economic and Social Coun-
cil. When that matter is disposed
of, the committee will return to tlie
! Arab refugee problem and v ; 1
consider one or more draft resoij-
tions now being circulated on the
refugee issue.
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Fallen Door." Mrs. Beatrix Beck
was the only opponent among the
six to resign. Mrs. Beck, who shar-
ed in the Prix Goncourt in 1953,
said the novel was anti-Semitic in
resigning from the jury.
Mrs. Bellocq, the author, called
the charge "absurd." Her book is
the story of a decaying provincial
French family and the disputed
passages are statements by the
book's hero, a member of the re-
sistance, who was quoting Raskol-
nikov, the hero of Dostoyevsky's
"Crime and Punishment.'' The pas-
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Friday, December 9,
TrY! NEED MORE LOVE AND I ESS HATE .'
Gov. Collins: Soft Spoken Idealist
Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins
Mill receive the Leonard L. Al
Human Relatiom Award in q
ial cererr.onirs Saturday evening
at the Diplomat hotel.
Presentation will be made at a
function launching -jio 2o;h an-
niversary celebration estab-
i :.t of the Fior
the Anti-Defam; i
B'nai B'ruh.
The League spoils '
annually through thi i :i>
< f Leonard L. Abess, met
the Florida region, it indudi i
plaque and a contributi m of
$1,C00 earmarked | r : -(arch in
inrergroup relatiom.
A birthday hrints man to the
very threshold of -one and
twenty," hia majority age ,i
the ADL is enti rity
here, so is the South, too.
And no man can be said to
have contributed more signifi-
cantly to the Sooth's "20th
birthday," to the harbinger of
a new Southern era, than Gov.
Collins. The threshold of ma-
turity to which he led his state
has brought Florida away from
extremism, fear and hat*
all hallmarks of immaturity
to the patience, understanding,
and communal peace which
mark the true adult.
"I believe very deeply that I
represent every man. woman
and child in this state as their
flovernor. whether that person is
black or white, whether that per-
son is rich or poor, or whether
(hat person is influential or not
influential. A governor, if he's
worth his salt, has a $eep re-
sponsibility for all the people, and
J leel that responsibility."
These are the words of Gov.
Collins This is the attitude of, the
man toward his stewardship __
the man who has helped Florida
and oihrr peace-loving South) ni
cemmuni, r to the ad
men) I maturity.
While the SMte of \ n
1 with "massive
against the 1 te supreme
:. in the -ad Little
!: ck, an.1 lo \< Or-
when the public -
>-. in h re .:: Fli .
sk g( |ov. Collins
declared:
"l: I .: rebellion
and anarch) to su I that any
.inline
(it of a
lion of tin l mi. d Stati -
Court the hlte
. imust) face up
to the fact that the Negro does
not have now equal opportunities,
that he is morally and legal!) en-
titled to progress more rapidly,
and that a lull -owl faith effort
should he made forthwith to help
him mo\e forward in the im-
provement of all his standards "
Thus did Gov. Collins deliver
his 1957 inaugural address. Two
years later, with the legislature
steaming toward the passage of
race bills, including some that
would effectuate the closing of
Florida's public schools, the Gov-
ernor provided this moral leader-
ship and firm direction:
"Mo legislature of any state,"
he reasoned, "can say the de-
cision of the United States Su-
preme Court is null and void.
I have never contributed any
moral value to a lie. There is
no moral value to a defiance of
this niture | certainly
would never approve the
abolishing of any public school
anywhere, although there are
some people who would ac-
tually encourage abolition of
our public schools to maintain
SepTraarion,"
This is the brand of Gov Col-
lect, principled and
mend talk Whi : ini broke
through t.'ie South. Gov. Col
lins | th.
adiur I h m< i friends,
;ii i irmed
the right of a to pause
I i in dignity
-'or.'
that did color of
his skin i nj part men! other
than its restaurant.
In man] -t.mces
ot pre idice, he ha. .
ill) fairly and d rectly, ..- it:
the i 11 menl to
the Antl Defamation League that
I unc.ions would not De
in Id at places of puhlic accom-
modation whose guest policies
are restrictive on the ground of
. :jn.
The free public school system
of Florida and the children now
occupying its classrooms, as well
as the unseen pupils yet to visit
them for the first time, are in-
calculably indebted to Gov. Col-
lins this quiet man with the
firm resolve and unabashed love
of the moral way.
"We need more reason and
less emotion. We need more
love and less hate. Wo need
more work and effort and less
talk and lest demonstration .
We've got to have men with
now eras in their brains. We've
got a state to build. We've got
a nation to save. And we've
9t a God to servo."
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Teachers Invited
To Beth Am
Public school teachers of Temple
Beth Am's children will be special
guests at the annual Chanuka can
Idlelight service Friday. Dec 16 at
8:15 p.m.
Participating in the service will
be the voices of 100 children joining
the volunteer Temple choir.
On Sunday evening, the two
choirs, under the direction of Mrs
Herbert M. Baumgard. and featur
ing Cantor Charles Kodner as solo
ist, will present Chanuka music,
some of which has never been
heard here before.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz discusses with Lt. Norman Rebalskv
cf Homestead Air Base, the forthcoming breakfast "o be soon
*ored by toe Temple Men's Club in the newly X Socfal Ha j
cf Temple Menorah. Forty airmen and their famiheTw 11 be
?,UeR?h Jempl! Men0mh Mens Club < Sunday morninq
It. Rebalsky is chairman of the Jewish Activities cLup a"The
miiitary installation. Mrs. Rebalsky looks on.
Menorah to Host Airmen Sunday
Temple Menorah Men's Club, un
ckr the leadership of Robert F.
Bloch. this week announced the for-
mation of a series of monthly
breakfasts beginning Sunday morn-
ing. Discussion on current problems
with prominent guest speakers ill
te followed by the traditional 'bag-
els and lox."
First in the series will be in hon-
or of Jewish airmen stationed at
the Homestead Air Force Base
Wore than 40 airmen and their fam
ilies will be guests of honor at
the initial breakfast.
Lt. Norman Rebalsky, chair-
man of the Jewish Activities
Group at the military installation,
t-as planned the morning'* pro-
i*m with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witi, spiritual leader or Temple
Menorah, and Bloch. Rabbi Abra-
mowiti will lead the discussion
group in a presentation of "Mod-
ern Maccabees." to be followed
by an open forum.
In charge of arrangements are
Ben Alter, Bloch. Lester Goldberg.
Herbert Kaplan. A. Louis Mechl^
wiU, Bob Shumau and Sol Wok-
Next general meeting of the
Men's Club will take place on Tueh-
day evening in the Social Hall. The
program will feature the Eastern
Air Line Talent Show.
Leaders to View
Adult Education
How to implement the adult Jew-
ish education program of B'nai
' B'rith will be discussed Monday at
the Dupont Plaza hotel.
Rabbi R. Leon Hurwil? -piritual
louder ol Temple /..mioni. is B'nai
B'rith chairman for the Slate of
Florida, .lack M Kink, president of
the South Florida Council of Men s
Dodges; and Mrs. Albert Olifant
and Mrs. Jane Robinson are CO
ordinating the program for the
lodges and women's chapters.
Faculty of the program-includes
I representatives from each ot the
24 adult groups here, who will con-
duct monthly seminars on topics
pertinent to adult Jewish education
at each meeting of their respective
organizations.
Tie program is B'nai Brith's
! newest, established in 1954 as a
regular division of the Supreme
lodge
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-Jewlstnorkiiar
AJCong. Case to Test
State Religious Quiz
I
By Special Report
NEW YORK The American;
Jewish Congress announced this'
jeek it would serve as attorney be-
jre the United States Supreme [
Jourt in a major test case that will j
ecide whether a Mate can impose!
religious test for public office.
j Shad Polier. chairman, of the
,JC'engress Commission on Law
id Social Action, said AJCongress
lould represent Roy R. Toraso. of
liver Springs. Md., who was de- j
|ed a notary public commission;
the State of Maryland because
would not swear that he believes
God.
[The AJCongress lagal brief
rill challenge tha Maryland re
pious requirement at unconsti-
tional and an abridgamant of
tligious freedom. Tha briaf is
ting prepared by Lao Pfeffer,
fessociete ganaral counsel of
UCongress, and one of tha coun-
try's outstanding authorities on
jrch-stata law. AJCongress ha*
irvad at counsel to Toraso tinea
ie beginning of tha case, along
vith tha American Civil Liberties
Jnion.
j Last June, the Maryland Court of
Lppeals upheld a lower court dc-
Islon that Article 37 of the Mary
rvd Constitution, under which Mr.
oraso was refused certification as
notary, was valid. Article 37 re-
[uites "a declaration in the exist-
nde of God" as a qualification for
ulding public office in the state.
In a statement explaining AJCon-
rcs' participation in the case,
folier declared:
J 'The American Jewish commu-
li'y has a particular stake in chal-
pnging the religious test for pub-
c office that is -at issue here. It
_a3 been in the tflHted States, with
p. ^constitutional guarantee of re-
fgious liberty and separation of
lluirch and state, that Jews first
Icrjieved a full measure of equal-
ity and freedom. But the day this
toiintry ceases to be free for ir-
religion it will cease to be free for
religion except for the sect that
tan win political power, as the late
Isupreme Court Justice Robert
I l.iekson put it.'*
Mr. Polier continued:
"If a state can bar from public
offico thote who refute to pro-
fett a belief in God, it can re-
quire them to define what they
mean by 'God' and can bar thote
whose definition doet not cor-
respond with the beliefs of the
Teen-Agers Given
Pivotal Warning
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
director of the largest Jewish youth
movement warned this week
agaM teen-age programs that "di-
lute Jewish content with cosmic is-
suet."
Dr. Max F. Baer. national direc-
tor of the B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
g .nization,. said that Jewish youth
n.ovements can "justify the expen-
diture of community funds only on
the basis of a primary of concern
lor the perpetuation of the Jewish
heritage."
"When teen-agers segregate into
Jewish organizations, they do so
for the opportunity-of learning what
they cannot acquire elsewhere,"
Dr. Baer told the annual meeting
of B'nai B'rith's youth commission.
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"Moreover, the same Bill of j
Rights that protects Catholics/
Jews and other religious minorities
from discrimination in the holding
of public office by reason of their!
beliefs also protects the athe.st and
the agnostic. Our Constitution does
not have two First Amendments '
one for those who believe in God,
and one for those who do not.
Page 7-A
BUM ABRAHAM SCHWARTZ
Key West Rabbi
Resigns Pulpit
Rabbi Abraham Schwartz, spiri-
tual leader of B'nai Zion Congrega-
tion, of Key West, where he has
served for 14 years, resigned this
week.
His resignation is effective Jan.
15. Rabbi Schwartz gave his rea-
sons as "ill health."
Before coming to Key West, Rabbi
Schwartz served a large cop,e0'0
tion in New Jersey, and for 10
years was chaplain in a New York
prison.
On his arrival in Key West, he
served as assistant chaplain to
Navy personnel there, and was a
member of the Key West Minis-
terial Assn.
Rabbi Schwartz and his wife
v ill settle in Miami. His successor
at B'nai Zion has not yet been
named.
"This crucial case thus deals not
only with a religious test for pub-
lic office. It concerns itself with
the basic principle of freedom of
religion and separation of church
and state, under which both the
democratic institutions of our
American democracy and the re-
ligious institutions of the Ameri-
can people have flourished."
Veterans Will Hear Expert
Surfside-Bay Harbor Post 723.
Jewish War Veterans, will hear Al
Meyers, national veteran's service
officer speak, on "Veteran's Prob-
lems."
Meyers will discuss disability and
pension benefits, hospi'.alization.
widow's pensions, and educational
benefits for children of deceased
veterans. There will be a question
and answer period.
Meeting will be Thursday. Dec.
15. 8 p.m.. at Surfside Town Hall,
9293 Harding ave.
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Page 8-A
vjenist fhiridli^r
Friday, December 9,
I960
Gurion Wards Off Censorship Quiz
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion adroit-
ly warded off in the Knesset this
aj/eek three separate denunciations
of seeurity-censewhip in Isreer. HeJ
succeeded in preventing a full dress i
debate on the issue.
Appearing in his capacity as De-
feme Minister, the Prime Minister1
replied to three separate motions
for debate on censorship "interfcr-
ence with freedom of expression."
and managed to have the issue re- j
fcrred to the Knesset Foreign Af-;
fairs and Security Committee.
Arieh Ben Eliezer, a Herut
dcocry, with whom Mr. Ben-
G'.rion clashed on issues of al-
leged libel in the 1954 "security
mishap" case, cited examples of
political censorship to disprove
tr.e Prime Minister's repeated
declaration* that only security
censorship existed in Israel.
S Abramov of the General Zion-
ists charged that the Israel censor
exceeded his bounds and was guilty
of overzealousnes-. He said it was
"absurd" that the Israel press
could not reprint items from over
seas newspapers, and added that
"suppression of news" led to ex-
aggerated rumors, created confus-
ion and undermined morale.
Mo-he Sneh. the Communist dep-
uty, asserted that a public
ment by outgoing Chief of SUfl
Gen. Chaim Laskov. which he call-
ed entirely political, had hen ban-
ned by the censor but permitted to
Eichmann Series in Life
Sours Servatius on Defense
Continued from Page 1-A
newspapers that Wilhelm Sassen.
!) > journalist, is William S. Sassen.
a Dutch journalist, who collaborat-
ed luring the war with the Nazis
occupying Holland The information
v. at revealed in the Algemeen
1 ilelsblad of Amsterdam, Het
Y e Yolk of Amsterdam, and the
N.t.iue Rotterdamsche Courant of
r
Ji. erdam.
lie Rotterdam Courant declar-
ed: "We cannot congra!ulate Life
"Life, which had no illusions
about Wilhelm Sassen, who per-
suaded Eichmann to tape-record
his confessions, currently appear-
ing in the magazine, was not
aware, as Dutch newspapers have
reported, that he is Dutch, not
German, and was sentenced to
death in absentia by a Belgian
military court for Naii collabora-
tion.
appear in the Histadrul newspaper,
Davar. Other inconsistencies were
cited by speakers who pleaded for
ja more realistic approach and less
1 hyper-sensitivity" by the censor
Asserting that the issue had been
"blown up" beyond its actual pro-
portions, the Prime Minister cited
i a long-standing agreement between
news editors and the Army's gen
ieral staff to submit to a three man
committee any disputes about cen-
sorship. He said that, during the
i past six years, censorship officials
had listed 21 complaints and thai
the committee had unanimously
sustained the complaints, fining 20;
paper- and I k ting one for one day.
In 18 complaints by editors,
the committee had lifted four
censcrsh:p orders, and upheld
nine, listing the cthsrs as incon-
clusive. The Prime Minister said
this information disproved the
charges of those seeking a de-
bate. Tt-.e majority of the Knes-
set supported him and, by mut-
ual agreement, the matter was
referred to committee.
The clash between the Prime j
Minister and the Herut deputy Ben
Eliezer developed when the former ,
challenged Ben Eliezer to waive'
Parliamentary immunity and stand
prosecution for libel The deputy-
had read a press extract charging
Simon Peres, now Deputy Defense,
Minister, with forging documents
in the 1954 security mishap case
when he was director general of the
Defense Ministry.
Before the session was ended. Mr.
Ben Eliezer took the floor for a |
private statement in which he de-
nied libeling Peres- and attacked
At a service held on a military post, the son of one of the
servicemen iigths a candle on the first niaht of Chanuka as his
father and a group of other GIs look on. The scene is repeated
at U.S. bases around the world where Jewish chaplains, GIs
and their families attend Jewish services the year round ar-
ranged by the National Jewish Welfare Board, organization
authorized by the government to provide religious, morale and
welfare programs for Jews in uniform. ^__^_____^____^
Rabbi Norman Shapiro Assumes Pulpit
Of Beth David at Friday Services
"Whatever a full revelation of
Sassen's war-role may show, how-
ever, the authenticity of the Eich-,.,
for employing a collaborator with mann papt.rs has been establishedj the Prime Minister's practice of
such a background. We have said ,nrough s;x months of thorough challenging deputies to waive ira-
bcure that the publication of Eich- documentation, to the complete sat- munitv as "demagogic."
n u'a memoirs, while the case is isfac,ion 0f the editors of Life."
suijudice, is objectionable. Our ob-
jections are stronger, now that we, Llfe refused to reveal the price
kr w who this so-called German Pa'd Sassen for the Eichmann
jo, nalist, Wilhelm Sassen, really memoirs Reports both in Germany
and in Israel have intimated that
ij.
Life, questioned about the
C.tch reports, told tho JTA:
Book Month Fete
To Wind Up Here
the costs of Eichmann's defense
are being met from the proceeds
of Eichmann articles sold to a large
American magazine.
In the Life series, Sassen quotes
Eichmann as saying, among other!
things: "If we had killed aU the
10.000.000 Jews that H e i n r i c h
Himmler's statisticians originally
listed, in 1933, I would say "Good. I
we have destroyed an enemy."
Sassen was identified in Buenos as moderator.
Aires this week also as a writer
for the Argentine German language
publication Der Wcg, which was
suppressed in 1957 toy the Argen
tine Government for its Nazi pol-
icy. He published his articles in
that newspaper under the name
Willem Sluyse.
Celebration of Jewish Book
Month will be concluded by twoj
final meetings on Dec. 11 and
12 sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education
On Sunday Dec. 11, a panel of
rabbis will discuss "Influence of;
Hassidism Today." The panel will j
include Rabbis Benno WaUach,
Jonah Caplan and Max Zuckor. Al
Sherman, chairman of the Bureau's
adult education committee, will act
The meeting will commemorate
the 200th anniversary of the
death of Baal Sham Tov, Mm
father of Hassidism. The moot-
ing will be at Beth Torah Con-
gregation, lOt* NE 143rd St.. at
8: IS p.m., and will bo open to tho
public.
Cantor Abraham Morton, of
the Jacksonville Jewish Cen-
tr, was featured soloist at the
c.-nual banguet of the Jewish
Kational Fund Council of
Greater Miami last Sunday
evening at the Fontainebleau
hctel. Former Maryland Gov.
Theodore McKeldin was prin-
cipal speaker.
Justice Roberts
To Speak Here
Former Chief Justice of the Flor-!
ida Supreme Court, B. K. Roberts.
arrives in Miami on Dec. 16 to at-'
tend the testimonial reception plan-
ned for Judge George E. Holt and
his wife, Christine, at the Dupont
Plaza.
Justice Roberts will be one of the
'; principal speakers.
The reception, which is expected
1 to draw hundreds of the Judge's
, relatives, friends and associates
from all over the slate, will honor
Judge Holt for his 3i years of prac-
tice as an attorney and jurist in
Florida, prefacing his Jan 3 retire-
ment.
On Monday, the final Jewish
Book Month meeting will be held at
the Oceanfront Auditorium at 8 p.m.
Dr. Donald Michelson wij]l re-
view 'The Laureates," by Tina
Levitan, dealing with Jewish Nobel
Prize winners. Professors of the
University of Miami, including Dr.
Ruth Simons. Dr. Herman Meyer
Rabbi Ncrman Shapiro, new spir-
itual leader of Beth David Con-
gregation, will formally assume the
congregation's pulpit during Friday
evening services this weekend.
Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's ser-
mon will be "Is Survival Our .An-
swer or Revival Our Choice?"
Rabbi Shapiro is a native of
Minneapolis, Minn. He gradu-
ated with honors from the Uni-
versity of Minnesota College of
Education. He is alto a graduate
of the college department of tho
Minneapolis Talmud Torah. Prior
to assuming the pulpit of Beth El
Congregation in Akron, O., in Au-
*, 19S5, Rabbi Shapiro, a gred-
uote of tho Jewish Theelegical
Seminary of America, hold posi-
tions in Tulsa, Okla., and Toronto,
Canada.
Rabbi Shariirn. who also holds a
Master's' degree from the Semi-
nary, formerly was a member of j
the editorial advisory board of the |
American Jewish Times-Outlook of i
Greensboro, N.C. While with Con-1
gregation B'nai Emunah in Tulsa,
Rabbi Shapiro was associate edi-
tor of the Tulsa Jewish Review
During his stay in Oklahoma, he
sponsored a five-state educational
conference under the auspices of,
the United Synagogue of America.
In addition, during the summer of |
1947, Rabbi Shapiro was the only
and Dr. Arnold Perlmutter, will
i describe the Jewish Nobel Prize
I winners in the area of mat he
j matics, psychology, and medicine.
Louis Schwartzman, executive di
rector of the Bureau, will act as
moderator.
AMI MOttMAN SNAPflrO
delegate from the Southweslero
United States to the first World
Conference on Jewish Education at
Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
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annual Tuberculosis Christmii
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returns, according to Paul Barns,
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of the Dade County Tuberculosis
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Friday, December 9, 1980
+Jewistrhridnar
Katz Calls for Realistic Appraisal Here, in Israel
By Special Report ^_________*
Page 9-A
NEW YORK-The American Jew-
ish community was called on this
Week tc strengthen its programs of
Jewish education, prod the free
world to "affirmative recognition"
Of USSR discrimination against So-
viet Jews, and develop a "more
rnatun understanding" between it-
self and Israel to clarify "the some-
what distorted image each has of
the other."
Label A. Katz. of New Orleans,
president of B'nai B'rith, advocat-
ed "priprijy status" for these prob-
lems at the organization's 117th an-
nual meeting.
Highl-'ght of the affair was a
banquet session at which former
President Harry S. Truman de-
livered the principal address, in-
cluding mn impromptu evalua-
tion of American presidents, and
presentation of the B'nai B'rith
President's Medal, the organiza-
tion's highest award, to Abraham
Feinbcrg, of New York, a nation-
el leader in numerous Jewish
causes.
More than 1,400 persons crowded
the Waldorf Astoria's Grand Ball-
room for the star-studded affair.
At a'budget session, Uie delegates
Voted n record $6,900,000 for B'nai
B'rith'' 1961 activities, allocating
slightly more than half to its Jew-
ish youth programs. The increase
is about $250,000 over the current
year's expenditures.
.-""Reviewing the relationship be-
tween American and Israeli Jews.
Katz warned that "beyond the good
intentions they have toward one
Another, there is a widening gap
itn theii realistic understanding of
Sch other's cultural mores and
pirations."
He detried the fact that too many
American Jews "find a vicarious
outlet lor their Jewishness" in the
ejpstence of Israel. At the same
time, he said, they "distort the
'genuine personality of Israel by
asking that it conform to an ab
atract image far. removed from
>-fre,aa'4 Ainericati Jews need to
*re%jaec easy sentiment with hard
feakty" and-, become aware of Is-
rael life ."as it actually is and not
ig^we tend; to romanticize it."
fihth* jrfajU>Katz added, mis
reads American Jewish life by re-
fusing to accent it "as a perma-
nent and creative force." Instead,
he regards it as "only an interiuae
in Jew. h life." Katz said, adding:
"Ttiir is particularly so among
young sabras who find it diffi-
cult to comprehend the existence
of a flourishing Jewish life in
free lards where Jews are a mi-
nority people."
In the past, Katz said, the dissim
liar social concepts and political
and economic developments separ-
ating the two Jewish communities
"have been bridged by the emo-
tional response to the creation of
Israel utatehood."
Foreseeing the "likelihood of an-
other try at stabilizing East-West
cw-existence." Katz asked that the
Former President
Harry Tinman (top
right} and B'nai B'rith j
president Label A.!
Katz (standing) were
among speakers at
the b a n g u e t high-
lighting 117th meet-
ing of B'nai B'rith
that honored Abra-
ham Feinberg for his
leadership in Jewish;
causes. Feinberg re-!
ceived B nai B'rith President's Medal. In a surprise ceremony I
(left) similar presentation was made by Katz to his predecessor, !
Philip M. Klutznick, now chairman of B'nai B'rith's new Inter- |
national Council.
free world take "affirmative ree- \
h;ii it ion of the Soviet Union's ef-
forts to make cul;ural cripples of
!.000.000 Soviet Jews."
He said the destruction of Jewish
community life in the Soviet Un-
ion is a "calculated Kremlin pol-
icy" accomplished by secret ad-
ministrative decrees that violate
the Constitutional equality of eth
nic groups and nationalities under
Soviet law.
"The discriminations directed
against Soviet Jews are two-prong-
ed, denying them the right to live as
Jews in their homeland and to
leave voluntarily for lands more
hospitable to Jewish life." Katz
I said.
He said there are reasons to be-
lieve that the Kremlin "is sensi-
tive to the embarrassing dilemma"
-of its anti-Jewish policy.
"One consequence has seemingly
caught the Kremlin by surprise,"
Mr. Katz said. "That is the persist-
ent group consciousness which is
sustained among Soviet Jews.
Defining Jewish education as
"the root of Jewish existence,"
Katz proposed that B'nai B'rith
"act as a catalyst for a deeper,
more abundant quality to Jewish
education in the United States." j
Ameiican Jews are "a community'
eager and proud to be Jewish," but,
because of weak educational oppor
tunitiei "they are unsure of how
to be Jewish in a more meaningful
way," he added.
Tr'iman told the banquet audi-
ence that fhe "coming generation"
would play an historical role in na-
tional and international affairs
"through the young man who is to
be President of the United States.
He warned that "without a real
knowledge of history, without an
understanding of the trials and
tribulations through which peo-
ple have gone in their efforts to
find an ideal way to make a gov-
ernment work for the benefit of
all the people, the coming gen-
eration can fail." But he added:
"I don't believe they will fail."
He saluted Feinberg. a long-time
personal friend, who received the
B'nai B'rith medal "for his re-
sponsive and creative leadership
during a crisis decade of great Jew-
ish achievement." Feinberg is
chairman of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization and the board of trustees of
Brandeis University, president of
American Friends of the Weizmann
Institute and leader in other Jew-
ish causes.
President Eisenhower, in a mes-
sage to the meeting that was read
by Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther, ap-
plauded the leaders of B'nai B'rith
for having "worked long and faith-
fully to advance the welfare of
their members and communities."
A message from President-elect
Kennedy, read by Gov. Abraham
Ribicoff, of Connecticut, and an-
other from Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion. read by Ambassador Mi-
chael Comay, head of Israel's dele-
gation to the United Nations, laud-
Gap in U.S. Human Resources, AJC Told
ie greatest gap in America
today lies in its human resources
It lies in the difference between
political and religious beliefs on
which our nation was founded and
the cold, hard facts of life," a New
York urban renewal housing expert
.old the American Jewish Commit-
tee here Sunday.
Some 500 persons gathered to at-
tend the eighth annual meeting of
the Greater Miami chapter of the j ~ CouncJ| (o ,he New york
Committee at the Dupont Plaza ^^ Commission Against Discriml.
"In a nation that is W percent
Gentile, we nevertheless refer
to our religious beliefs as Jodeo-
Christian, and we recognize that
self-realization of the individual
is basic to our concept of govern-
ment. But much unfinished busi-
ness remains to bridge the gap
between our ideals and what we
have in actuality."
Scheuer, chairman of the Housing
hotel.
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Pointing to the theme of three sen, a marked advance in
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social progress over the unfinished
business of two decades ago.
"Discrimination in education and
employment has been vastly re
duced. We no longer excr-i-vely
battle bigotry in schools, univer-
sities, and fraternities." Added
Scheuer: "There were virtually no
Negroes in colleges two decades
ago. And since that time, the
Armed Forces have been desegre-
gated."
But the New York authority pin-
pointed Negro ghettoizalion into
"iireversibly consigned slums" as
j the major problem during the
I years ahead.
Scheuer told the AJCommittee
gathering that "we are on the
brink of enormous craiii programs
of fulfillment" during the coining
decade, and based his prediction
on statements by the Federal gov-
ernment and forces now at work
aiming to implement these state-
ments.
Among Federal government in-
dications of change. Scheuer em- j
phasized the Fair Employment j Miami Attorney Elected
Practices Commission of World |
War II; desegregation of the Frank E. Solomon. Miami
Armed Forces; housing opinions homey, has been elected to
by the U. S. Supreme court, which j board of directors of Giffen
STATE
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government's committee on con-
tract compliances; and the May,
1954 decision on the abandonment
of separate but equal facilities in
'In' public schools.
Among farces at work to imple-
ment these, Scheuer listed the in-
creasing social services offered
by the government to the indi-
vidual; the rising articulateness
of the Negro community, which
he said now has "Middle Class
status and wants equal treat-
ment for equal dollars; new
leadership in the South that
presses for law and order; and
the pressures of foreign policy.
"More than 25 percent of the
voting power at the United Na-
tions." Scheuer reminded, "is to-
day in the hands of the new Afri-
-an nations whose delegates
.Chrushchev courted during h i s
visit here, while these same dele-
gates were insulted on their rounds
of New York's restaurants, hotels,
and nightclubs."
In an obvious slap at the Repub-
lican Administration. Scheuer scor
ed particularly the "failure of our
chief executive's moral leadership"
to press for progress in these areas.
He called on President-elect Ken-
nedy to sponsor "a White House
conference on civil rights and inter-
group tensions to probe the prob-
lem areas and opportunities in the
field of housing, education, employ-
ment, voting and equal use of all
public facilities."
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Friday. December 9. I960
Former Nazi Elite Officer
Threatens Television Suit
PHILADELPHIA(JTA1Representatives of one of the largest ad-
vertising agencies in the United States, and a major industrial firm here,
faced this week the threat of a lawsuit by Otto Skorzeny. former officer
of the Nazi SS Elite Guard. Skorceny objected to a reference to him
in a recent documentary television program on Adolf EichBUlW, Hitler'.*
specialist in mass extermination.
Skorzeny's name was used dur
mt; the Oct. 12 show on Eichmann
on a TV program sponsored by the
Armstrong Cork Company. Batten,
Barton. Durstine and Osborne is
the company's advertising agency.
In Cairo Center
Top Nazis Work
Continued from Page 1-A
special department on tne Polish
anti-Nazi underground. Bender is
now in the political prisoners' de-
partment pf Egyptian Security.
Others listed are Leopold Gleis.
the Warsaw (iestapo chief, who
was sentenced to death in absentia
in 1945 and who is now adviser to
the Egyptian Security Service, an
former SS Col. A. Buberle. who is
in charge of organizing Egyptian
youth along the lines of the Hitler
Jugend. The report gives the Arab
names now used by the Nazis
Skorzeny, now living in Spain,
was described on the program as
*.- i ojet'll fcv the Israel Gov-
ernment for war crimes. He
i-.....,...y ...lOrmeo the company
that he would sue if a retraction
were not made. He said in his
complaint that he was acquitted
in September, 1947 by a United
States military court in Dachau
where he had been tried on
charges of having violated the
rules of war.
The sponsor and the agency are
understood to be weighing the
evidence, as well as the question of
whether Skorzeny uouid be suc-
cessful in a lawsuit.
Another problem is understood to
be concern a- to the reaction of the
American public if an apology were
tendered on a national television
program to a former high officer
in Hitler'.- Elite Guard
Ira Guilden, noted industrial-
ist and Jewish communal
leader, has been appointed
chairman of the National
Council of the Foundation for
the Jewish National Fund.
The Foundation for the JNF
devotes itself to setting up a
pool of funds through wills,
bequests and insurance as-
signments for the purpose of
establishing projects in Israel
bearing the names of the
donors. Since its inception six
years ago, a potential of
more than SI2.000.000 has
been mobilized through the
Foundation.
Other Nazis also arc listed, most
Ol whom work in the Egypsian Se
curity Service, particularly in Un-
political deparlments. Others work
in Nasser's concentration camps
.11 (I Rome are in mililary headquar
ten Offices. The report iayi thai
Nee-Nazi activities arc financed
thrvir-'h funds taken by the fleeing
Nazis and secreted hi Argentina.
USY to Serenade
Home Residents
.Marvin Schreibcr, program direc-
tor, has invited the L'SY of Beth
Torah Congregation to present a
Chanuka cantata for residenls of
the .Jewish Home for the Aged at!
Douylas Gardens on Wednesday!
evening
On Saturday, Dec. 17. the group
will be gUOStl a! a Chanuka Ball
at Temple Sinai in Hollywood Par-
ticipants in the USY football team
will be honored.
Thi.e activities are part of the
educational, religious and social
program of United Synagogue
Youth. Eighth and ninth grade stu-
dent- meet Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.. and
tenth and eleventh grader, meet
Wednesday evenJagi at Beth Tbrah,
Holiday Greetings
Josefs
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Winner of 1st and two 2nd
Silver Medals in the
Culinary Art Show at
MB. Auditorium 1960
1098 Normandy Dr., MB.
Special Knesset
German Defense
JERUSALEM Kne--ct 1-rael 5 Parliament, ap-
proved thi- week the final readiirj
of an amendment to the Advocates
Ordinance which will enable the
Minister of Justice to formally ap-
prove the appointment of Cologne
attorney Robert Servatui~ a- the
defense lawyer for Adolf Eich-
mann. the Nazi war criminal due
lo go on trial Mar. G for his part
in the mass killing of Europe's
6.000,000 Jews.
Inder the Advocates Ordinance,
only members ot the Israeli Bar
were permitted to appear belore an
Israeli court. The amendment au-
thorizes a non-citizen of Israel to
appoint with the approval of the
Minister of Justice a defense
counsel who is not an Israel law-
yer.
The amendment was passed
without debate by agreement
among all parties in order to
avoid discussion which would in-
evitably involve both the entire
issue of tt-.e Nazi holocaust and
the Eichmann case which is pend-
ing before the court.
-
The final version of the amend-
ment, however, includes a provis-
ion authorizing the Minister of Jus-
tice to cancel with the court's
approval the appointment of a
non-Israeli defense attorney even
Law to Permit
Counsel to Bar
Coring the trial, -hould "special
circumstances arise.'"
The provision is believed to be
aimed at providing the means of
preventing the non-Israeli defen-c
aMornev. who is not bound by rules
of conduct of the Bar Assaciation.
from engaging under immunity,
in anti-Israel or even anti-Semitic
discourses
Rabbi Narot in Review
Rabbi Joseph Narot will present
the second in a series of book re-
views before members of the Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood on Monday. |
Dec. 12. 10:15 a.m.. in Wolfson
Auditorium Dr. Narot will review
he current best-selling autobio-
graphy, "Felix Frankfurter Rem-
inisces."
Jazz Concert on Sunday
Modern Music Department of the
Miami Conservatory will present
an improvised jazz concert in Con-
servatory Concert Hall, 2973 Coral
Way. on Sunday from 2:30 to 5 p.m.
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Zionists Mark Partition Anniversary
VIPU7 VrtDir inntt .... ..___
Jack Seegal. treasurer of the Men's Fashion Guild of Miami
Beach, presents the Guild's annual University of Miami scholar-
ship to Dr. Daniel Steinhoff. dean of the UM's Evening Division
Guild philanthropic gifts also went to the United Fund and Mt
Sinai Hospital
Fashion Guild
In New Gifts
United Fund of Dade County and
Mt. Sinai Hospital were presented
checks.- and the University of Mi-
ami marketing department was
given money for student scholar-
ships last week by the Men's Fash-
ion Guild of Miami Beach at its
annual dinner at the Diplomat
Country Club.
The Guild, composed of 32 men's
wear retail stores in Miami Beach,
makes its annual philanthropy
awards at the dinner. More than
500 civic officials, members and
guests attended the 13th annual
dinner.
The donations brought to $39,000
the contributions made by the
Guild* since its founuing 13 years
ago. The scholarship grants, ac-
cepted ir. behalf of the university
by one <.f the recipient students.
Bob Mandell, of Miami, a sopho-
more marketing student, brought
to $11,000 the scholarship grant-
since 1950..
At the dinner. Dave Miller was
installed as 1960-61 president of the
troup. succeeding Mickey Hayes,
who headed the group the j>ast two
years. O'her new officers are Al
Zablo. vice president; Mrs. Lillian
Znblow, ihe only woman member
cf the Guild, secretary; and Jack
Siegal, treasurer.
Youth Commission to Meet
Bernard Weissberg. national di-
rector of Young Judaea, and Mer-
vin Berrin, regional director, will
attend a meeting of the Greater
Miami Zionist Youth Commission
at the Bureau of Jewish Education
on Monday evening. Rabbi David
Herson, of Beth Kmeth Congrega-
tion, is in charge of information for
those interested in serving on the
Commission.
Agudath Israel
Buys New Site
Agudath'Israel Hebrew Institute
this week announced the purchase
cf a building and lot adjacent to
Its site at 7801 Carlyie ave. The
Dew quarters will be used as the
nucleus for the erection of a mod-
ern, two-story building.
The Hebrew Institute will be af-
filiated with the Mizrachi national
education committee, and its cur-
ii( ular activities and licensed teach-
ers will be under the committee's
auspices.
Rabbi Iuk Kvar, spiritual
leeder, said that the Hebrew In
arituta will incorporate a Hebrew.
English day nuraary and kinder-
garten, with a broad educational
program leading to regular day
school.
Rabbi Ever also said that the
Institute will eventually include a
Talmudical college.
Joining this week in a building
campaign were the Men's Club,
Herman Weintraub. president. Sis-
terhood. Mrs. R. Siegfried, presi-
dent, and other affiliate groups of
the Institute.
Warsaw Ghetto
Film Censored
LONDON (JTA) The uncut
version of the Nazi film. "The War-
saw Ghetto." was shown privately
to critics this week after it was con-
firmed that the film will not be dis-
tributed for public showings be-
cause the Plato Film Company has
refused to comply with the British
Censor's demands-for cuts of some
of the more gruesome scenes.
The Daily Telegraph film com
mentator. one of those who saw
the uneensored version, said that
several films of Nazi atrocities had
been shown in Britain since the
end of the war but "none more
harrowing than this." He said that
"death by starvation" recorded in
the film appeared to him to be
"even more appalling than by gas."
The film was one that could be
viewed "only by those with the
strongest stomachs and nerves." he
stated. If the film is to be shown
at all. he said, it should "surely be
shown uncut The depravity of the
Nazi episode should not be dimin-
ished."
Couples limiied 'County fair1
Couples Limited of Temple Is-
rael will hold a "County Fair" on
Saturday evening at Wolfson Audi
torium.
Chanuka Program
At Beth Jacob
Students at Beth Jacob Congre-
gation religious school will present
| their annual Chanuka program on
Sunday evening, Dec. 18.
Author of the program depicting
the present day heroes of Israel as
compared with the ancient Has-
moneans is Rabbi Tibor Stern.
! spiritual leader of Beth Jacob.
Cantor Maurice Mamehes will
; narrate the presentation. Mrs.
' Louis Baida. president of the Sis
terhood, is planning a latke party
following the traditional Chanuka
service.
Her committee includes the Mes
dames Samuel Kaplan, vice presi-
dent. Jack Wucher, program chair-
man. Morris B. Frank. Sol Krevat.
'David Krevat, and Sam Perlstein
Chanuka presents will be dis
tributed by Sisterhood to students
of the school. A panel of judges
will also award three prizes for the
most original Chanuka decorations
created by the children.
NEW YORK-(JTA)-The 13th anniversary of the passage of the,
United Nations resolution f* ,ne establishment of the State of Isttel
was commemorated this week with the participation of prom.nent Amer-
ican and Israel! statesmen with a united call by top-ranking American
Zionist leaders for a strengthened Zionist movement to ensure the
spiritual unity of the Jewish people-------------------------------------------_
throughout 'he world. The call was', i .j i u
, needed.'"
Over 1.000 Zionisls attended a' He proposed the appointment bv
SIQO-a-platc dinner at the Astor ho-
tel, the proceeds of which will s<
toward financing the major proj-
< Cts "I the ZOA in Israel. The event
was devoted to honoring Abraham
ihe World Zionist Congress of a
Commission on Israel Diaspora Re-
lations, compose:! of leading Zion-
ists in Israel of all parties and in
the diaspora, "to strengthen ana
Goodman, of .New York, pioneer! deepen the sense of interdepend-
Zionist and chairman of the admin-icnce among all sections of the
istrative committee of the ZOA. on-Jewish people, both in Israel and
the occasion of his 70th birthday, the rest of the world."
A plaque of tribute was presented) Dr. Neumann urged that "the
to Goodman by Max Bressler, of | World Zionist Congress should be-
Chicago, ZOA president, "in appre-! come, in a sense, the ecumenical
ciation of his life-long devotion to Congress of the Jewish people, cm-
the Zionist cause and his leader- bracing Jews of all shades of opin-
ship in the ZOA."
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, pres-
ident of the World Confederation
of General Zionists, presided.
Principal speakers included for-
mer Israel Premier Mo she Shar-
ett; Edward B. Lawson, former
U.S. Ambassador to Israel; Dew-
ey D. Stone, national chairman
of the United Israel Appeal- and
chairman of the Jewish Agency
for Israel; and Brassier.
Alluding to criticism leveled
against the Zionist movement by
certain leaders in Israel, Bressler
said that "'political regimes in Is-
ion professing loyalty to a common
spiritual heritage." He further
urged that the "World Zionist Or-
ganization'must represent the Jew-
i-h people as a whole, with Israel
as the core and center of its spiri-
tual life."
Hailing the presence at the din-
ner of former Premier Moshe
Sharett whom he described as
one cf the foremost leaders of
Israel, Dr. Neumann said that
"in view of the fateful problems
confronting the Zionist move-
ment, the time has come for him
to resume an active role in the
world Zionist leadership."
He added: "We will not mi
welcome his entry into the leader-
ship, we must insist upon it and
draft him even against his wish,
if need be."
Dewey D. Stone, chairman of the
Jewish Agency for Israel, and na-
tional chairman of the United Is-
rael Appeal, in an address reviewed
the achievements of the State of
Israel since the passage of the I \
resolution 13 years ago.
Britons Fined for insults
LONDON (JTA) One man
was fined 10 pounds ($28) and
three others seven pounds ($20> last
week on charges of insulting be-
havior in the anti-Semitic incidents
which marred the inauguration on
Nov. 12 of Sir Bernard Waley-Co-
hen as London's new Lord Mayor.
The four defendants arc mem-
bers of the semi-Fascist British Na-
tional Party. One of the men was
also fined an additional seven
pounds and three guineas (about
$29) for assaulting a police officer.
A police superintendent testified
at the hearing that after the de-
fendants tossed fire-crackers at the
procession and the group chanted
"We don't want a Jewish Lord
Mayor," a general fracas develop-
ed when onlookers turned on trie
anti-Semites.
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Friday. DdK*mbt* 9, 1960.
Your a A Leaders: 1960-61
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
A. J. MOIASKY anal JOSEPH M. RO: No II ill a Serial.
'. t. .
A former St. Louis com-
munity leader and a pioneer
Miami Beach hotelman have
been selected to conduct the
Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign among residents ol
Miami Beach.
A. J. Molasky and Joseph
M. Rose are co-chairmen of
the division which covfcrs
residents of Miami Beach, in-
cluding the islands and resi-
dential areas up to the city's
northern corporate limits.
A. J. Molasky was co-chair-
man of the CJA leadership
dinner last year, worked with
t h e important Pacesetters
Division and, in the 1959 cam
paign, served with the Miami
Beach Residents Division. He
is a founder and trustee ot
lit. Sinai Hospital and serves
on Federation's executive
committee and board of gov-
ernors.
Molasky was president of
Temple B'nth Sholom in St.
Louis. He belongs to the
Masons. Elks, and is an of-
ficer of Miami's Westview
Country Club.
Rose participated in Feder-
ation's first fund drive in
1939 as co-chairman of the
Beach Division, and has
stored up years of knowledge
and experience concerning
the development of the resort
area and its residents. He
was chairman of the CJA
Hotels Division in three cam-
paigns, was a founder and
treasure of Federation, and
has taken a leading role in
CJA for two decades.
He is a member of the 1961
executive committee and
board of governors of Fed-
eration. Active for many
years in the communal and
religious life of Miami Beach,
he holds the title of honorary
life president of Temple
Emanu-El. and is a trustee of
Mt Sinai Hospital.
The co-chairmen plan a vig-
orous drive on Miami Beach
a community fully aware
of the scope of CJA's serv-
ices. "It's up to each and
every resident on Miami
Beach to put CJA first, to
work and give generously,
because human needs are
greater in '61 than any time
in our history," they said.
M.......'"'''
Torah Tour Plans Confab on Beach
m
Torah Tour of the Religious Zion-
ists of America will hold its South-
ern conference Jan. 8 at the Lom-
bardy hotel. Miami Beach.
Scheduled to be heard at the
conference are Prof. Samuel K.
Mirsky, of Yeshiva University:
Rabbi I. M. Charlap, chairman of
the Vaad Lechizuk Hatorah V'Ehya-
duth of the national religious Zion-
ist body; and Rabbi Emanuel Rack-
man, past president of the Rabbini-
cal Council of America.
Greater Miami committee in
eludes these Orthodox spiritua
leaders: Rabbi Isaac Ever, Agu
dath Israel Hebrew Institute; Alex
ander Gross, Hebrew Academy.
David Lehrfield. Kneseth Israe
Congregation; Joseph E. Rackov
I sky, Beth Tfilah Congregation; H.
: Louis Rottman, Beth Israel Con-
gregation; and Tibor Stern, Beth
Jacob Congregation.
Beach lodge to Meet
Weekly luncheon of Miami Beach
' B'nai B'rith Lodge will be held
; Tuesday noon at the RiU Plaza
j hotel. Guest speaker will be hand-
i writing expert Mrs. Charlotte Lei-
bel. Luncheon chairman is Gershon
S. Miller.
Rabbinical Unit
Sends Delegates
NEW YORK (JTA> ^. The
Rabbinical Assembly of America
central body M Conservative xt\>
bis, will attend the World ziT>ni>t
Congresi to be held in Jerusalem
next month, it was announced here
this week by Rabbi Edward T.
Sandrow, former president of the
group.
The Assembly will send a three-
man fraternal delegation who will
serve as non-member observers at
the Congress. The delegation will
be composed of Rabbi Sandrow
Rabbi Armond E Cohen, of Cleve-
land; and Ira Eisenslein, present
of the Reconstrutcionist Founda-
tion.
"As worxers in the Zionist move-
ment and long-time friends of Zion-
ism," Rabbi Sandrow declared,
"we go to these meetings to see
and to hear. In the spring of 1961,
we will report our observations at
the convention of the Rabbinical
Assembly."
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Former Eichmann Aide in Frankfurt Prison
FRANKFURT (JTA) Frank
furt officials announced this week
that Otto Hunsche, a former mem-
ber of Adoll Eichmann's special
commando unit, was arrested in
Batten Westphalia and brought to!
Frankfurt prison.
The 49-year-old lawyer and for-1
mer SS leader was charged with |
the deportation to the Auschwitz
death factory of some 1,500 Hun-
garian Jews in 1944. He was in-
criminated in investigations car-
ried out by the Frankfurt prose-
cution office against Eichmann's
deputy, Herman Krumey.
Huntcha's arr$t was one of a
TIE M... US I SEE II
Continued from Pago 4-A
series of actions iq*in*t former
Nazis. In Bmb*r, the State
asked life imprisonment for
Georg Schlosser, a **-yaar-old
postal employe on trial for the
murder of eight Jews in the
Czenstechowa Ghetto.
A former SS medical aide. Josef
Klehr, testified in the trial of Dr.
Johannes Kremer before the Mun-
ster Jury Court. Dr. Kremer. 77.
is accused of designating thousands
of prisoners for death at Ausch-
witz, Klehr testified that Dr. Kre-
mer "selected" the victims at the
entrance room, selecting old wom-
en and children for extermination.
ings bitter thai Miami failed to find the resources to bring the Israel
Philharmonic here during its just-completed seven-week tour of the
nation, but that 2.00() of us could gather to hail Otto Preminyer. who!
last time out made .loan of Ait. and now should really do something Chaitllfco Comivof Scheduled
cinematic on the life I Martin Luther in the proper American spirit |
of the continuing representation of the three major faiths. (I'd be de-
lighted even now to make a delayed trade for Inbal) .
Saturday, 11 p.m., arrived at the Mayfair Art Theatre to see mag-
nificent Robert Morlej in "Oaear Wilde." a fine movie that falls short
in precisely those areas witty and asccrb Wilde, himself, would have
most assuredly deplored .
Sunday, 9 am., rose to write this week's column on Jewish Book
Month, which now perforce becomes next week's.
Young Israel of Greater Miami
will hold its annual Chanuka carni-
val on Sunday morning, Dec. 18.
at the synagogue. 990 NE 171st St.
The carnival will include games
and a contest with a chanuka theme
for children of the religious school.
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'JmlstiFhrMian
Page I3-A
JWV Criticizes Arab Election Reporter

. ( JUA-1 JU a_e, )
rf**-e as* 1 =* m f u.n >u-j : oje^y .,
i
BEN GURION: "You deserve th. death penalty, because you
killed six million Jew.".
EICHMANN: "There aro many who say I deserve the death
penalty because I didn't manago to kill tho rost".
"M-Anwar", Beirut daily, 9 June 1960
;
By Special Report
3 WASHINGTON A LebaSte
mi^li^er, whose paper carried a
rrTrtffljriiil|ltfitin| """,1,,-,^-j
tapoleader Adolf Eichmann's sin
was in his failure to have killed the
remainder of world Jewry, was the
subject of an inquiry addressed to
ttle State Department here because
of a reported invitation to him by
the United States Government to
observe the recent elections.
National commander I. L. Feuer,
of the Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A.. asked Secretary of State
Christian Herter to explain the in-
vitation, since this publisher is one
of the Arab world's most notorious
anti-Jewish and pro-Nazi propa-
gandists. The publisher is Said
Freiha. owner and editor of the
Beirut daily newspaper, Al-Anwar.
The JWV referred the State De-
partment to a repsrt in the Oct.
18 edition of El-Amal, of Beirut,
reporting the invitation extend-
Gurion, Goldmann Continue
Battle Over Zionist Future
Continued from Pago 1-A
ould not voice his opposition to
lie gipni-t. movement in a way
v h i'c h could be interpreted as
hough.,.he..|poke for the Israel
lovermneot.
A rtnewd attack on the world
lioniai. movement was made here
iv Prime Minister Ben Gurion,
peaking at a luncheon of editors
f th< Israeli press. He claimed
hat increasing immigration from
he United States into Israel could
e expected if the "so-called Zion-
st Organization" would not inter-
ere.
The) 'insistence" of tho Zionist
orgaruiation that Zionism need
not necessarily entail1 settlement
in Israel, wot to tamo extent dis-
turbing to Ally oh, tho Prime
Minister saW. Ho asserted that if
I tho right method* wore used,
there were ways to roach Jewish
v outh in fho United States which
would, ho said, readily come to
Israel for permanent settlement.
Ho instisted that Zionism meant
settling in Israel, adding that
"this is real Zionism."
Replying to questions about the
prospects of an Israeli-Arab accord
and for mediation possibilities, Mr.
Ben-Gurion said that as long'as the
United Arab Republic was not
ready to negotiate with Israel,
there was no use for mediation.
Recalling that previous attempts
to mediate had been made by a
"personality." whom he did not
name, the Prime Minister added
that unless peace was made with
the strongest Arab state, the
United Arab Republic, "fchere can
be no peace with the smaller Arab
states."
On the West German-Israeli. re-
lations question, he said that
neither in his meeting in the United
States with Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer, nor in his recent meet-
ing with Mayor Willy Brandt, of
West Berlin,, were such relations
mentioned.
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Dec. 18, in the auditorium of the
new Miami Beach Senior High
School.
Chanuka candles will be lit, ac-
companied by narration and songs.
The Community Singers will also
present a cantata for chorus and
soloists, "The Maccabees." Music
is by Sonny Vales. Featured will
be'Yolanda RotJj, soprano; Tom
McAllister, tenor; and Alex Bauer,
basso. Narration will be by Boris
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Feuer said that he was enclosing
a cartoon from Freiha's paper,
carrying a cartoon typical of the
material Freiha publishes in Al
Anwar.
The cartoon depicts Premier Ben-
Gurion of Israel confronting Nazi
war criminal Adolf Eichmann, with
Ben-Gurion saying: "You deserve
the death penalty because you kill-
ed six million Jews," and Eich-
mann replying: 'There are many
who say I deserve the death pen-
alty because I didn't manage to
kill the rest."
The JWV national commander
said that "it is fair to assume that
the American Embassy in Beirut
has knowledge of what is published
by the publishers singled out for in-
vitations to America."
Feuer told the State Department
the recent election "revealed a
more than adequate number of
bigots in this country without im-
porting foreign bigots to be guests
at the expense of the American tax-
payer."
Ha demanded a full explana-
tion, pointing out that the offense
was further aggravated by the
fact that the invitation was ax-
tended at a time when the Arab
League further displayed its con-
tempt for the American flag by
barring three additional ships, the
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+Jeistnorkliar

Friday, December 9. I960
New Road to Social Security Benefit
That old saying, "Nothing is so
certain as change," can have a
great deal of meaning for you :i-
it did for John Carter John had
just celebrated his 38th-birthday,
and he felt he had i lot to be thank-
ful-for: a lovely wife, two healthy,
teen-aged youngsters, and a good
job Life for him was progressing
on an even* keel until eight month.:
ago. when he was severely injured
in a hit-and-run accident.
From then on, it w as one unpleas-
ant change after another. He was
hospitalized for a loig period,
and when he finally returned home,
the doctor told him he would not
be able to work again.
Then John learned over the ra-
dio of another kind of change.
The commentator said that social
security now pays disability in-
surance benefits to qualified per-
sons who become severely dis-
Yiddish Film at
Israelite Center
Monticello Here We tome." is
the title of the next attraction in
the "Outstanding Jewish Films'"
series being presented by the I-
raelite Center
The picture, starring Menethl
Skulnik and Michel Rosenberg mil
be seen Sunday evening. 8 p.m..
at the Center, 3198 SW 24th ter .
Miami. Proceeds are for the Cen-
ter's religious school.
An added attraction on Lhe Sun
day bill will be "The Singers of
Israel." featuring the renowned
Cantor Malavsky and hi.- Faiiuh
Choir.
The Yiddish-language films will
be shown with English sub-titles.
abled before age 65, and he urged
disabled people to seek informa-
tion from their local social securi-
ty office. Until a recent change
In the social seevrity law, these
payments could be made only to
disabled workers aged 50 to 65.
John's wife called the social se-
curity office and mentioned that
he was unable to visit at the office
His application was taken by a rep
resentative of the social security
oflice, who came to their home
John and his family are now re
ceiviag $254 a month in social se-
curity disability benefits
Marshall Wise, manager of the
Miami Downtown Social Security
Office, points out that the story of
John Carter illustrates the family
protection which social security
provide.- when the breadwinner be-
come- disabled for an* lubetantial
gainful activity.
To quality for these payments,
he said a person mu.-: h.ive a dis-
ability so severe that it will last
indefinitely, and one which will
probably not improve with time or
medical treatment. The disability
must have lasted for six months
or more before payments can start.
Wise emphasized that one of
the requirements for disability
benefits is that the person must
have worked under social secur-
ity for five years out of the ten
years before he became disabled.
'"If you or anyone in your family
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-ure to contact your -oeial security
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+Jewlsti rtcrlcttan
Page 15-A
\UJA Schedules National Conference
The $73,000,000 sum is designed i men, women and children in 27
I to meet the needs of almost 600.00C | countries throughout the world.
By Special Report
NEW YORK Pinhas Sapir,'
linister of Commerce and Indus
try in the Israel Cabinet, will make
[a featured address at the 23rd an-
Imial national conference of the
United Jewish Appeal this weekend
1 at the Statler-Hilton hotel here.
Sapir joins Gov. Nelson Rocke
feller, of New York, author Leon
Uris and Israel Ambassador to the
United States Avraham Harman
en the list of major speakers. His
and other addresses by Israel gov-
ernment and Jewish Agency offi-
cials are expected to touch on the
needs of 315,000 immigrants in Is-
rael, the number still unabsorbed
out of a total of close to a million
brought to Israel with UJA help in
recent years.
Facing move than 1,500 Amer-
ican Jewish leaders expected a*
the conference will be several
major tasks. After hearing a first-
hand report on the work of UJA
agencies from the seventh UJA
Overseas Study Mission, they will
act on a proposal for a formal
9Ml of about $73,000,000 for next
year's campaign. In addition,
they will elect new national offi-
cers and present cash collected
in fall drives in their communi-
ties.
The national Women's Division of
the United Jewish Appeal will
mark its 15th anniversary at the
conference, and will elect a new 1
rational chairman.
The proposed 1961 goal, termed
an "irreducible minimum" when
announced recently by Rabbi Her-
bert A Friedman, UJA executive
\ice chairman, and confirmed by
I'JA national chairman Philip M. chair
Klutznick at last week's national
youth leadership conference in New
Klutznick at last week's national 1 1 "'."","'".
*u,___Z. """'"".Israel Appeal; national chair
:TshlD conferenrn in Mnu-
urman. representing the United
lirman
York, will be 15 percent higher IFred Forman- A'bert A. Levin, Jo-
han the $63,000,000 in cach funds scPn Meyerhoff and Jack D. Weil-
the UJA expects to receive this ;er; Melvin Dubinsky, national cash
year- I chairman, and chairman of the Na- j
Speaking at the conference on de- tional Campaign Cabinet; and Mrs j
tailed aspects of overseas work^arah Goodman, national chairman 1
which UJA makes possible will be
I Dr. Dov Joseph, treasurer of the
Jewish Agency for 1-rael, which
carries out immigrant absorption
of the Women's Division.
Uris, author of the celebrated
novel, "Exodus," has recently
programs with funds remitted by completed a new book, "Mila 18,"
the United Israel Appeal, UJA'
member agency, and Charles H.
Jordan, overseas director of the
Joint Distribution Committee, the
UJA member agency which carries
out relief and rehabilitation work
in Israel and 25 other countries.
National UJA officials slated to
speak to delegates, conduct ses-
sions dnd make key reports include
honorary chairman Edward M. M.
an account of the historic War-
saw revolt against the Naxis.
To meet the proposed 1961 goal,
UJA leaders indicated, commu-
nities must be prepared to fill re-1
alistic proportionate quotas. This
will be a distinct departure from
recent practice, in which commu-
nities were asked simply to raise
as much as possible toward the
budgetary commitments of UJA
Warburg; general chairman Mor-: agencies, which include the United
ris W Berinstein; William Rosen- \ Israel Appeal, the Joint Distribu-
wald, national chairman, represent-1 tion Committee and the New York
ing JDC; Dewey D. Stone, national Assn. for New Americans.
Son of an Immigrant Jew
Named to Kennedy Cabinet
Appraisal committee of the newly-formed Miami Real Estate
Exchange meets to establish confirmation prices on parcels of
property to be offered at its first public auction Jan. 21. The
Exchange is a stockholders corporation of 20 major Gold
Coast realty men designed to function as a clearing house for
bringing together buyers and sellers of real estate. Seated
(left to right) are Jerry Clarke. Charles H. Pyke, Leslie E. Rose,
Harold J. Segal, Ray Dockum, S. D. Haynsworth, Exchange
president, and Ralph A. Fossey, the organization's vice pres-
ident.
Continued from Page 1-A
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Friday. December 9,
The Mailer
Story
By MAX LERNER
School of Social Work Opening in Israel
1 would far rather be reviewing a new novel of Norman Mailer's
lhan the front-page sensation of wife-stabbing which raises more ques-
tions about him than any of us can answer, even assuming we have the
right to inquire into them so closely.
The terrible fact about the notoriety coming out of the stabbing is
that Mailer will now and for a long time be discussed not so much as I
writer, but as a person. Not even as a person, I might add. but as a
"case." Mailer has far too much writing talent to be diminished to the
aize of a police-blotter item or an entry for Bellevue observation."
What is it. I wonder, that we do to the artist in America? Or bet
ter what is it he does to himself?
-it -it- -is-
THERE ARE TWO KINDS of personalities among creative people.
One is the outwardly quiet kind, who scarcely ever reveals his turbulence
except when he spills it into the pages of his writing, purging himself as
well as his reader. The other pins his agony on his sleeve, and runs his j
own characters a race to see whether they or he can get into messier
trouble. Mailer clearly is of the second kind.
In the days of the proletarian novel in America the writers often
thought of themselves as cultural commissars. Today they have aban-
doned that particular idiocy, but many of them still seem to think that
the act and gesture must accompany the word, or perhaps even pre-
cede it.
Is this drive toward acting out the word something that happens
rtrongly in the American cultural frame? "My pride," said Mailer to
the Magistrate who committed him, "is that as a sane man I explore
areas of experience other men are afraid of." The cult of experience has
always been part of the American credo, along with the cult of action
What challenged Mailer, in his effort to trascend his culture, was the
kind of experience that "other men arc afraid of."
-if- -ir- -it- '
IF HE MEANT VIOLENCE, then surely violence is internal to the
American culture But Mailer, who made a great point of hating cant,
may have despised those who weave violence into their writings but do i
not live. His tradition, in this sense, was more French than American. |
following the line of writers from Rimbaud to Genet, whose lives hav? I
been as histrionic and code-breaking as their art.
One gets here the clue to the sense of let-down which many have
f< It about Mailers work since his "Naked and the Dead." The French
writers, in their sex lives and their collisions with the law, wrote out of |
what they were, and didn't need to act like boys from Brooklyn who go i
searching for outlandish modes of experience.
When life presented Mailer with the enormous experience of World
War II. he didn't have to hunt for the exotic: what was offered to him.
thrust at him, was shocking enough to titillate anyone, but it was uni-
versal. Mailer and James Jones, in their war books, described the
ruthlessness and messiness, the comedy and the injustices and absurd-
ities of what millions experienced. Their art lay in what their imagin- i
ation presented to material which had been available to all.
But after his first great success Mailer couldn't let up. He was so i
honest that he couldn't take the easy way to success, and repeat his old |
formula. But there was a daemonic drive within him to compete, to
transcend not only others, but himself. His "Advertisements for !
Myself" tells us, among other mirror-portraits, how he awoke from a
despairing sense of stagnation and mapped out a colossal eight-volume
novel, complete with characters, time-scheme, blue prints, soliloquies,
and all the paraphernalia not of a writer writing but of a writer telling
himself how he must write.
-ir- -ir- -i:-
I AM RAISING THE QUESTION of whether his explorations of ex
perience went on out of a feeling of his strength as a writer or out of
a fear of its waning. I think it was a little of both, but mostly of the
latter. Every good artist contains many selves within himself the
sensitive and the brawler and almost always they are at war with one
another. But if the artist is strong enough as artist, he manages to '
hold himself together as a person. When the fears gnaw sharper at !
him. he may simply retreat into a shell or he may fervently keep
asking himself what is happening, and where he can turn next for the
connection that will set him off.
The sense one gets in Mailer's "Advertisements" is of this search
growing more and more frenzied. There are some magnificent things
in it, but there are also the trivial and the dreary, and there are corridors
after corridors where the writer instead of writing is entranced
with the mirror-image of himself scrutinizing himself in the act of
writing.
I CAN UNDERSTAND HOW he might want to break out of these
mirrors into reality by some sharp direct act and what could be
sharper and more direct than an act of naked violence? But by breaking
into reality thus one loses touch with the real world, just as the explor
ation of experience may lead the explorer beyond the bounds of the hu
man as well as the moral. Nietzsche discovered this when he tried to
go beyond good and evil. It is dizzying stuff.
And infinitely sad. Mailer has dreamt of being multiform man
soldier, pugilist, sensualist, writer, champion of the hipster, cotUCieAct
f the generation, even mayor. I honor him for his dreams, which are ko
curiously in the American grain, even when they are most blown up
But the pity of it is. the expense of a first-rate writing talent in a uuste
of destructiveness.
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) A
school of social work, to ;iid not
only Israel but also to help Asian
and African countries to meet and
solve various social ills, is being
established .it the Hebrew Inner-
j sity in Jerusalem, it was announced
here by Dr. Joseph Burg. Israel's
Miniver of Social Welfare. He wa-
! me of the speakers at the conven-
tion being held here by the Relig-
ious Zionists of America. Six hun-
dred delegates are attending the
parley.
The school of social work, said
Dr. Burg, is being set up by the
, Government of Israel in conjuric
tion with the Joint Committee. Is-
rael, he said, "is engaging in a
massive program of social pioneer-
ing and study."
An appeal for all congregations:
I in the United States to affiliate
> with the religious Zionist movement
'was made in another address by
| Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, hon-
orary chairman of the Religious
Zionists of America; Dr. Zorach
i Warhaftig, chairman of the Israeli
Cabinet's committee on law and
constitutional affairs; and Rabbi
Irving Miller, chairman of the
American Zionist Council.
Rabbi Bernard Bergman, New
York, was reelccted president of
the Religious Zionists of America
at the conclusion of the organiza-
'ion's national convention. Rabbi
Joseph B Solovcitchik. of Boston.
was chosen honorary president, and was elected chairman of the
Dr. Samuel L. Sar of New York, | al board.
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i.hE! d ""? Mrs- Saul APPlebaum will be at-
Sn ,n8 IPrnes,dent-elect John Kennedy's inaugura-
Dulni nf Tary, ; Ra!)bi APP^aum filled the
Bhh r> emPJelsrael while spiritual leader
Rabbi Colman Zwitman served in World War II
. Since then, he has been in Rockford, 111., and
,ara C%Jr w'.Wa/ t0 Con8reSatioiTB'nai B'rith in
InnLrtv* rt Wlfe Anne ls sister Pierre Salinger
pnnedy s press secretary ... s '
1 1UL f S?" MaT ,sland' was lhrilled her bridge
J5T LSfle CnU84h l( Cn,ab,e the gr0Up t0 spend a weekend in
ssau. her first ... A few days after all plans were completed
much anticipation. Lee sold a beautiful house and won a
file offered by her office ... The prize? You guessed it a
Bekeml in Nassau .
Mr. and Mrs. A. Budd Cutler, 9490 Easter rd.. Perrine wel-
led his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cutler. 313 Meridian ave
Kb a Thanksgiving dinner on their return from a six-week trip
^ich included Israel, Rome. Paris and London Enjoying the
Uner and slides shown were Mr. and Mrs. David Schulam and
. and Mrs. Morton Tucker.
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Youngsters from Miami Beach Senior High are happy that, for
first time, they will be hosts to top high school students in the
Son when the Forensic Festival is held here from Dec. 28 to 31 .
Bblem is where to hoose the visitors Mrs. Jonas Brotman,
18 W. 23rd St.. Sunset Island 3, is leading a campaign to enlist
|ra accommodations ...
Charles Rosenthal, of New York City, who founded the Riverside
^tnorial chain at the turn of the century, will be at the Eden Roc
el for his 31st consecutive winter season here Waiting to
et him is grandnephew Larris S. Blasberg Mort and Bea
enberg, also regular winter visitors, are already in town.
,
Certain that the Lincoln Road Mall, which has absorbed so
th of his attention, is well launched. Miami Beach City Man-
Morris N. Lipp and his Helen are leaving by plane for the West
es and a well deserved rest The Dr. J. (Mitzie) Greenhouses
I join them ...
Just -returned from their third trip to the West Indies are Mr.
Mrs. Morris (Gertrude) Lefkoe. of the Capricorn apts. on Indian
kek dr. They spent their time in Jamaica, Montego Bay and
ho Ricrs.
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Birthdaze: Gary Bruce joined Stephen. 7. and Dorothy. 4, on
22 All.are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Indianer.
25 Pan American dr. He's the builder-owner of Bomb-
lers, Inc., and received nationwide publicity when a couple
their honeymoon in one of his shelters last year Gary's
iparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bernstein, of Downey. Calif..
senior Indianers, of Palm Island "Rabbi Harold Rlchter
Cantor Abraham Seif officiated at the bris .
A son, Neal, wa* bom to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley (Barbara) Bulbin
Dec. 2 at Jackson Memorial Hospital Grandparents are
Jr. and Mrs. Ben Wolfson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin .
Patti Lynn, born to Richard and Linda Brickman on Nov. 29
Jackson Memorial Hospital, gladdened the hearts of the Leon
Dorothy) Kaplans and the J. Jackson Brickmans The new
rrival joins sister Karen Susan ..
Nancy and Henry Broudy presented Irving and Dorothy Roth-
lan, of Andrew Geller Shoe Salon, with their first grandson .
Ie joins sister Alicia ...
Another first is the son born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth (Libby)
okolsky He's also first grandchild for Jack and Mitzi Weiss and
>r. and Mrs. Mel (Sandy) Sokolsky.
>
Appearance of 80-year-old "Mother" Gross and her two sons
lade the opening of the Alan Gale Club official She hasn't
lissed one yet...
Molly and Walter Jacobs, of the Lake Tarleton Club. Pike. N.H.,
?ft Monday for a European jaunt ...
It was a hectic week for Ruby (Mrs. AD Goldman Her
mother arived on Tuesday, supposedly for the winter Ruby
Spent every minute she could spare getting her comfortably in-
stalled in a hotel, only to discover that she wasn't pleased with the
weather here and decided to return to New York ...
Everyone walked out carrying an umbrella from the 27th
imnual meeting of the National Assn. of Food Chains Umbrella-
carriers included Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs. I. Fineberg. and Mrs.
Jen Silver ... _, _.
Mrs. David Harris at the Moflye Shockett Bag Shop in the Eden
*oc instead of busy with organiiation work these days.
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Diane Zilbert will begin studies at the University of Miami in
Ithe spring ... She is the daughter of the Leonard Zilberts, of
14340 Pine Tree dr., who recently moved here from New York.. .
IThe couple also have a 13-year-old son, Sheldon, who began at-
lu-nding junior high on Miami Beach ... -
Cocktail party feted the pledges and actives of Delta Phi Epsi-
pon sorority of the University of Miami at the home of Roberta Ra^
|b:nowitz last Saturday Party was prior to their presentation of
the annual "Pledies on Parade," which this year included some
ll.OOO in attendance at the Deauville Following the formal af-
Ifuir, the party returned to the Rabinowitz home for a surprise
Tb.rthday celebration in honor of Bonnie Dubbin., newly-elected pres-
cient of DPhiE and daughter of Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbm
Roberta is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz. 3020
Snckell ave.
^Jewish Floridlitan
Miami, Florida,
Trio admires lovely gown to be featured at fashion show spon-
sored by the Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish
Congress. Left to right are Mrs. Jacgueline Rodman, fashion
designer; Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, national vice president and
chairman of fund-raising for the Florida division; and Mrs. Leo
Steinberg, president of the Florida division.
Exquisite Jacqueline Roman Creation
For Lucky AJCongress Woman Here
creations for the fashion-conscious
members of Florida society.
Mrs Rodman is particularly par-
tial to gowns draped with yarcis and
yards of chiffon, evening gowns,
lavish with bugle beads and sequins
as well as knit wool suits and Swiss-
embroidered dresses with hand de-
tailed button holes. All work is done
in her Paris atelier from detailed
sketches and precise instructions
which she sends from her shop
here.
Mrs. Leo Steinberg, president of
Florida Women's division AJC. an-
nounces that funds raised from the
fashion show will go to the Louise
Waterman Wise Youth Center in
Jerusalem.
The Center, built and maintained
by the Women's Division, is set
high on a hill in Jerusalem, over-
looking Herzl's Shrine, Hebrew Un-
iversity and the hills of Judea. It
has become one of Israel's most
significant landmarks and major
institutions, and since opening its
doors in 1954 has served more than
10.000 young people a year.
A new wing being built will house
classrooms of secondary schools
which will be available to teen-ag-
ers who cannot afford a high school
education.
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, national
vice president and chairman of
fund-raising for the Florida Wom-
en's Division, said a prize of one
of Mrs. Rodman's beautiful crea-
tions will be presented at the lunch-
eon
By ISABEL GROVE
Staff Writer
Jacqueline Rodman, Paris design-
er, will hold a fashion show Tues-
day at the Martinique hotel for the
Florida Women's Division, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, for the or-
ganization's Chanuka donor lunch-
eon.
Mrs. Rodman, a graduate of the
University of Sorbonne, was study-
ing to become a lawyer when the
Nazis entered Paris. She joined the
resistance movement and survived,
though in poor health.
When she came to the United
States, she had no capital, no con-
nections and spoke fractured Eng-
lish But she did have talent, ambi-
tion and a determination to follow
in the footsteps of her father, a fa-
mous couterier.
Soon, her lovely clothes were be-
ing bought by I. Magnin. of Cali-
fornia, Neinian Marcus, of Dallas,
and Saks Fifth Avenue. She has
since designed clothes for such
beautiful stars as Rhonda Fleming,
Anne Miller, and Monique Van
Vooren, as well as Hope Hampton.
Cornelia Otis Skinner, Edie Adams,
and Mrs. George Schrafft. She is
also responsible for the sumptuous
beaded gowns worn by the show
girls in Lou Walter's "Follies Fran-
caise" at the Carillon hotel.
She has brought her skills and
extra ordinary workmanship to Mi-
ami Beach, and in her shop at 9515
Harding ave., designs one-of-a-kind
Rabbi Kronish Set For Review Series
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual uel; Mar. 8. "The Leopard." by
leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will Giuseppi Lampedusa. and Apr. 12.
>RT Women Will Hear Executive
Arthur S. Rosichan. executive on Tuesday. 8:30 p.m., at the
-Mor of the ( reater Miami Jew- <"%*eiBril president.
--._.._ -_- .,_ Mre Fthel Bri presiaeni. an- Hersey s ine v_nna ou> ne*i
h Federation will^speaton The Mrs^ Ethel B P ^^ ^ Jan u hp wi
uUenge of tte. ^M.am, ^^^^ O-jm- review "TH, Lihera, Hour." bv
i>nge
Devry" at paid-up niemwTsn.p ~ S^^ Ts pro- John Galbraith; Feb. 8. "The Sec- school subsidy fund.
i 'ig of the Greater Miami ka. Mrs. emu __j ^___if.^.. ., ki. M...a*n. v Kr>m>r i Slater!
laapte*. Women's American ORT, gram chairman
"The Minister of Death." by Quen-
tin Reynolds.
Mrs. Alexander Robbins is chair-
man of the book review project, and
in charge of tickets are Mrs. Ben
Sabin and Mrs, Louis Shapiro. Pro-
ceeds are for Sisterhood's religious
Mrs. Harvey
ond Crucifixion." by Maurice Sam- E. Kramer is Sisterhood president.
begin a series of five book reviews
on Wednesday, Dec. 14. 10:30 a.m..
sponsored by the Temple Sister-
hood.
Rabbi Kronish will review John
Hersey's "The Child Buyer" next
Section B
Pioneer Women
Mark Cham ka
Mrs. William Beckwith will pre-
side at a meeting of Golda Meir
Pioneer Women on Tuesday. 8pm
m Beth El Congregation.
Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff will direct,
and Mrs. Marion Meyer will nar-
rate "The Light Bringers." bv Mort-
imer Cohen. In the cast will be
Mesdames Shirley Queen. Sarah
Shapoff. Isaac Pushkin, Jack Vic-
tor, Israel Gerstein. Sonia Robbins,
Oscar Zeltzer, Kathrine Victor-
house and Anna Sorin Bild.
Mrs. Meyer Kohn will extend the
blessing, and Mrs. Rebecca Hernon
will accompany the performers.
Mrs. Sam Ossipoff is in charge of
the social hour which will follow
the meeting.
Many new members joined Golda
Meir Club at a tea held Nov. 22. ac-
cording to Mrs. Jack Victor and
Mrs. A. Seltzer, co-chairmen.
* t
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cutler, re-
cently returned from Israel, will be
honored by Club 2 at a luncheon
in Star restaurant. 841 Washington
ave.. on Tuesday noon.
Mrs. Irving Liftman, president,
announced that guest speaker will
be Mrs. Milton Green. Council pres-
ident. Mrs. Sonya Weiss will sing
folk songs, and an Israeli film w.ill
be shown. Mrs. Nathan Bookspan
is chairman of the afternoon.
* *
Traditional Chanuka celebration
of Bebe Idelson Club will be held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Cosow. 7222 Trouville Esplanade,
Normandy Isle, on Wednesday, 7
p.m.. according to Mrs. Israel Of-
fenhenden. president.
Mrs. Ida Grossman, chairman,
and Mrs. Araham Grossman will
bless the candles. Mrs. Nechame
Yanish will present a musical pro-
gram. All proceeds are for Moet-
zet Hapoalot.
* *
Kadimah chapter, Mrs. Marvin
Copenhagen, president, will cele-
brate Chanuka with a latke party
Sunday, Dec. 18. 8 p.m.. at Ma-
sonic Hall, 41 Valencia ave.. Coral
Gables. Mrs. William Sokolof is in
charge of the afternoon. Proceeds
will go to Moetzet Hapoalot.
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
"Secret Pals" will be unmasked
when Tifereth Israel Sisterhood
meets Monday evening at the Cen-
ter, 6500 No. Miami ave. Mrs. Lila
Astor is in charge of reservations.
Miss Edith Brodsky, journal-
ist and publicist, has been ap-
pointed editor of "Keeping
Posted," national news and
feature magazine for Jewish
teen-agers, it was announced
by Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath,
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. Miss Brodsky is well-
known in the Jewish com-
munal field for her articles on
contemporary Jewish life that
have been published widely
here and abroad.


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Friday, December 9,
Chanuka: Time for Different, Unusual Food
Chanuka, the Jewish festival of
Light and Liberty, will once again
be observed for the traditional
eight days.
The celebration of Chanuka Is the
triumph of freedom over slavery,
of light over darkness, an annual
observance of mankind's eternal
battle against the forces ol dark-
ness and evil. The rich symbolism
of Chanuka that is the spirit of
i celebration delights the mind of
everyone brought up 10 com mem f j
orate l'ie holida>.
The lighting of the candles in the
menorah follows the same ritual
that ha~ been in existence tot over.
3,000 years. The monorail is an
eight-branched candlestick with a
center holder for the ninth candle,
known as the Shamos. the candle
which Is used to light the eigh:
candles.
the menorah is ablaze with light,
and of course, every member of
the family participates in the can-
dlelighting ceremony.
A wonderful way to mark the
holiday at your festive table is with
ts In "cheese pastry:-
ter of each. Bring all f.iur
of square together on cent*
Fishlet and pinch. Place
greased cookie sheet and bi
400 f. for 20 to 25 minutes or
lightly browned.
'.il
trj
Fishlats in Chees* Pastry
2'4 cup- sifted flour
1 teaspoon sal;
' cup vegetable shortening.
chilled
:,4 cup sjratcd cbee
5 tablespoons cold water
l lb. Jar Slaabchewiti FisMeJi
Fishlets in cheese pastry.
The menorah is always as beau-
tiful as the purse affords: bronze,
brass, pewter, silver, gold. On the
eve of Chanuka. the first candle,
at the far right, is kindled with the
Shamos. On the second night, a
second candle is added to the left
of the first candle and the first
and second candles are lit This
ceremony continues each evening
(the candle to left always being lit)
until on the final eve of Chanuka
Mix flour and salt Cut shorten-
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Mrs. Moses Epstein to Address Miami
Hadassah Henrietta Szold Celebration
Miami chapter of Hadassah. in
conjunction with 1.260 other chap
ters throughout the United Stales
will celebrate the 100th anniversary
ol the birth of Hadassah founder,
Henrietta Szold. on Monday.
The centennial celebration will
be held at Wolfson Auditorium of
Temple Israel's! 8:15 p.m. The pro-
gram will Include greetings from
Mayor Robert King High, of Miami,
and musical selections h> Cantor
Herman Gottlieb, of Tempi.' Ju lea,
accompanied* by Miss Esther Bar-
rett. There will also be a dramatic
skit. "Someone Von Know
Major address ot the evening will
b. given by Mrs Moses P Epstein,
former national president ol Ha.I...
sah. In her years with Hadassah,
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portant Zionist meeting in the U.S.
and abroad. She has been to Israel
17 times.
Mrs. Epstein has accepted, in ad-
dition to her Hadassah duties, the
chairmanship of the community re-
lations committee, a subcommittee
of the American Zionist Council.
Whose purpose it is to interpret Is-
rael to the American community
through the press, radio and tele-
vision.
Chairman of the centennial cele-
bration is Mrs. Irwin If. Liss, as
listed by program chairman MM
Moe Feingold. Members of the
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Liegers to Mark
Hi Anniversary
It will be a triple celebration
fnen Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rieger
T>rm heir 50th anniversary Dec. 24 with
dinner and reception at the Park
"fcuj-Biuoklyn.
Son Percy and wife Sarah will
celebrating their 25th anniver-
sary, and daughter Roberta will be
bride on the same day.
The Riegers, now living at 250
Jeridian ave., are members of Odd
fellows and Rebecca Lodge, Work-
men's Circle 692, Ladies Auxiliary
t the Workmen's Circle, and Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Mr. Rieger is secretary of Golden
|ting Club 1.
+Je*isli Fhridfiar,
ummage Sales Will Continue
Mrs. Nat Kempner. chairman,
laid this week that, "our Temple
jfiai Sisterhood rummage sale at
II Pembroke rd Hallandale, has
een so successful, it will be con-
nued weekends until the first of
i year."
More clean, saleable merchan-
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^emptier said.
"The Menorah Lights," a skit
about Chanuka, will be presented
at Sisterhood's meeting Wednesday
evening. Participating are Mes-
dames Kurt Wallach. Abe Milman.
Sam Lubell. Ralph Whitehouse.
Fred Pearlman. Julian Brown, Nat
Borrok and Benno Wallach.
Mrs. Chet Gale will present a
group of songs accompanied by-
Mrs. Arthur Leytorr.
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Hadassah Groups
Plan Meetings
Heril group of Hadassah will hon-
or the centennial of Henrietta
Szold, founder of Hadassah, at a
luncheon meeting Monday in the
Eden Roc hotel.
Mrs. Arnold Seeder, chairman,
announces that the program will
include a dramatization by Mrs.
Harold Turk of "The Tenth Man,"
and musical selections by Mrs.
Rose Rosemond. Mrs. Ben Zeig-
mund is president.
*
Emma Lazarus group members
will receive a Chanuka gift at a
noon luncheon meeting Monday at
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan auditorium.
Mrs. Johan Berman, president,
announces that Melvin B. Frumkes
will review 'The Inspector," by
Jan de Hartog.
* *
Henrietta Szold group will hold
! their 12 noon meeting Monday at
'the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Olga Bibor
; Stern will present a program of
piano selections. Mrs. Emma Rat-
ner is president.
* oo
Stephen S. Wise group will bold
a brunch at 11:30 a.m. at the Mar-
tinique hotel on Monday. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Dorothy K.
Fink, whose topic will be "From
Darkness into Light." President is
Mrs. Harry Kopel.
* *
I. R. Goodman group plans a night
Club celebration of 11-Day with "A
Night at the Casablanca" on Satur-
day at 9:30 p.m. Regular meeting
will be Wednesday at Washington
Federal on Normandy Isle at 8
p.m. Youth Aliyah and Chanuka
will be highlighted. Mrs. Polly
(iirhon is president.
Gables ORT Will
Hear Speaker
A busy month is in store for the
members of the Coral Gables chap-
ter of Women's American ORT.
Regular business meeting will be
held on Wednesday afternoon at
Temple Zamora, 44 Zamora ave.,
Coral Gables.
Guest speaker will be .Mrs. Ber-
nard Stevens, who will discuss
"You Dynamic Force in Your
Community."
On Dec. 21, the chapter will hon-
or all past presidents at the home
of Mrs. Lewis Gibbs, 455 Caligula
ave., Coral Gables. A fashion-show
will follow the 1 p.m. function.
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"pHistfkricfter! H
Friday. December 9,
Oscar Rappaport and Mrs. Michael Covin are co-chairmen 01
the Beth David Chanuka party sponsored jointly by the Sister-
hood and Men's Club.
Beth David Sets
Affiliate Dedication
Rabbi Norman Shapiro, new-
spiritual loader of Both David
Synagogue, will preside at a Chan-
uka party Sunday evening spor-
sorcd by the Sisterhood and Men's
Club.
Mrs. Miehael Covin and Oscar
Rappaport. co chairmen, announce
that highlight of the program
will be the rededication of Sister-
hood, with Mrs. Harold Reinhard
serving a second term as president,
and Men's Club. Bert Sher, presi-
dent.
Cantor William W. Lipson will
lead the choir in a group of songs,
with Mrs. Harold Berney at the
piano.
Others on the committee are
Mrs Richard Herold. Mrs. George
Saul, Harold Berney and Herbert
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Cancer League to Hear Novel Read
Hie Tumor Clinic.
Kraus is president.
December luncheon of the W'<>m-
en's Cancer League 61 Miami Beach
will be Friday noon al the Seville
hotel. Mrs, Sidney Ohrbach is in
charge of rett I .'lions.
Mt*8. Paul D. Brombcrg. a mem
ber <>1 Ike organization and vice
president of the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund
v i!1 review her prc-publi.-hod nov-
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ami Beach, organized a year ago,
with the coorperation of civic
groups, citizens of (.renter Miami.
and the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Beth Emeth Games Party
Beih Emeth Sisterhood will have
a games party Sunday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nnrmnn
Adler, 2u021 NW 13th ave. Admis-
sion is by donation for donor
ere it. Hostesses for the Sisterhood
Chanuka luncheon on Wednesday
were Mesdames Milton B. resh,
Alex Chernin, Max Greenberg,
Jack Shane. Joseph Stern and Max-
well Weisblatt
Damon Runyon Cancer Fund.
raist 'I fund, to purchase a $50,000
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as well as others in need of cobalt
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terminal canter patients at ML Si-
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reft to right are Mrs. Lillian Perlman. fund-raising vice pres-
fcent. Mrs. Fred Jonas, president, and Mrs. Inez Krensky "H-
Way" coordinator, as they plan for the Henrietta Szold Centen-
nial to be celebrated by the 4,000 Hadassah members of the
Miami Beach chapter on Monday, Dec. 19. They are display-
ing a scroll, on which will be inscribed the names of those
^embers who contribute to the new Hadassah-Hebrew Univer-
Kty Medical Center.
+Jenist> fhrliiir
Club Offers
Music Program
A musical program will be pre-
sented at the Barcelona hotel Mon-
day evening by the Empire State
Cli>h of Fiorina. Louis Gold will be
program chairman.
Program will feature Joyce Far-
ber, lyric coloratura. Esther Bar-
rett, concert pionist, and Estelle
Hoberman, Israeli dancer.
Joyce Farber will sing a medley
of musical comedy, operatic and
folk tunes. She has sung with the
Miami Beach Civic Orchestra,
Surfside Music Society, and appear-
ed in "Guys and Dolls," Okla-
homa." and "Most Happy Fella."
Esther Barrett will perform the
"Fantasy Impromptu" of Chopin.
She has appeared on radio, tele-
vision, and with the Surfside
Music Society and Ladislao Vaida
Operetta group.
Estelle Hoberman has appeared
with Ben Yomen Sinqors. Surfside
Music Society, Miami Beach Music
Page 5-B
Pioneer Women to /Meet
Pioneer Women's Club Tikva will
hold a Chanuka celebration on Sun-
day, 2:30 p.m., at the home of
Mc jnd Mrs. Nat Wagjjer. i5
SYV 14th st., Miami. Prosram trill
feature the latest Israeli movie,
and Mrs. Betty Herman, recently
returned from Israel, will discuss
her trip Mrs. Wagner is president
, of Club Tikvah.
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Friday. December 3,
Beach Chapter Slates Friday Service
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah will observe Hadassah Sab-
bath" on Friday evening in Miami
Beach houses of worship. Mr.- Lil-
lian Goodman, chapter executive
vice president, announced this
week.
Henrietta Szold Centennial."
honoring the founder of Had
will be observed throughout the
United States arid Israel. a> well
as in o:her part- of the world thi-
year. In New York City, ceremonies
will be launched a: the Waldorf
Astoria hotel. In Israel, vanou-
event- ;lre alao being planned to
Left to right are Miss Lillian Goodman, executive vice president,
and Mrs. Fred Jonas, president. Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah. planning the observance of "Hadassah Sabbath" in
houses of worship on Miami Beach this Friday evening.

commemorate Miss Szolds 100th
birthdaj
"Mrs. Fred Jona>. president of
the chapter Mid Wednesday that
Hadassak > the official represent-
ttive m the United s:atesof "Youth
Aliyah." now in its 26th year, a
movement which Henrietta Saold
directed until her death. "OvflC
[ran n landi have
been reacued, re-ettled and re-
habilitated through Youth Aliyah,"
Mi- .lor. :ied
Th- re arc nee eighl "Ann*
Frank Havena or hom>
younger children, and four addi
tionaJ ones .ire to be established
iielp to pr cial care and schooling for young
-r ; Youth Ali-
yah age Otto Frank, father of
Anne Frank has set up a scholar-
ship fund of $30,000 in memory of
his daughter-. Anne and Margot
Frank, who were murdered in the
Nazi holocaust
Miami Beach chapter will also
be honoring this Sabbath the dedi-
cation of the 17 buildings of the He
brew CniverMty Hadassah Medical
Center, which took place in Israel
on Aug. 3 in the presence of over
3.000 guests and friends of Hadas
sah and the Hebrew University."
Mis*. Goodman declared.
The 12 groups of Miami Beach
chapter will pay tribute to this spe-
cial occasion with individual lunch-
eons throughout Miami Beach on
Dec. 19. when contributions will
1 be made to further the progress of
the Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion.
Miss Goodman, who is chairman
I Miami Beach "Hada-sati Sab-
bath has- served four years as:
president of the I.R Goodman
group, named af:er her late broth
er. She is on the national board of
thr National Women's League, and
i- a branch officer of the Mathilde
Schecter Residence for Women of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
She i- also on the board of Tern
pie Bmanu-KI Si-erhood. and a
member of the executive of the
Z:oni-t Council here and of the!
board of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
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P. December 9, I960
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Jewisti Fhridian
*cer Institute Elects Officers
Page 7-B
officers of the Cancer In-
-_h\ Miami were announced
"etk following the annual
of the board of directors
Bg the Institute's new pres-
eo Ackerman, will be James
ert. first, vice nigMclent; Dr.
Meredith Campbell, second vice
president; Mrs. Louis Gliucr, sec-
retary; and Mrs. S. Sidney Raffel,
reelected treasurer.
New board members are Mrs.
Joe Cottdn, Dr. Bruce Hogg, Dr
Alfred G. Levin, Dr. Jack Widrich.
and Dr. Joseph J. Zaverlnik. Re-
elected as directors are Herman
Binder. E. L. Cotton, and Dr. Leo
Zuckerman.
Elected as honorary trustees of
the Cancer Institute are Rep, Dante
Fascell, Winford Janes, J. E. He-
Arthur, Max Orovitz, James H.
Hand and Sen. George Smathers. ,
The Institute's scientific advisory
council, directed by Dr. Emerson
Day, includes Drs. E. V. Cowdry,
Joe Vincent Meigs, George N. Pap-
janicolaou and David A. Wood.
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The cokes were king-size, the hot dogs were king-ize. and the Flor-
ida team was king-size at the Miami Florida game. The man across the
aisle kept yelling, "Giis, place kick.'' whenever we were close to our
own five yard line.
Ronnie and Gloria Pallot, Marvin and Naomi Zank. Julian and June
Neubauer., Gerald Lewis, the Emanuel Smiths. Diek Gerstein and the
Bud Cutlers stayed until the bitter end.
Frank and Flo Kamen slipped out early. Flo said it had been a
rough day. Their horse had raced that afternoon and lost. I lo~t two
dollars, too Wish I'd forget the horses's name.
* *
When Carrie Sapiro's three sons got married and established their
own homes. Carries understanding husband. Sam, encouraged her to
become more active in her organizational work.
Everyone knows the results. Even thousn she
had always been active in the Jewish Home for the
Aged Auxiliary she's one of 38 women who
launched it into being in Hadassah for 26 years
and a leading figure in Israel Bonds, Carrie really
outdid herself.
Carrie was recently honored by Israel Bonds
with the title of 'Woman of Valor." She is the only
women in South Florida Hadassah to have the dis-
tinction of being an "Ima" for ten years.
Now her physician has told her she must slow-
down for a while. So. at present, Carrie is living a
quiet life with her music, garden, and her grand-
children. She took piano lessons as a girl. When she
encouraged one of her sons to study piano, she resumed her own lessons
again. (Her mother's terse comment: "She plays better on her money
than she did on mine.")
Sam is the one in the family with the green thumb. The couple both
work in the garden. But Carrie's best preoccupation is her wonderful
collection of operatic records, which she and Sam enjoy far more than
television naturally, they're Opera Guild members.
Even if Carrie will be inactive for a while in the near future, it's
a sure bet her phone will be ringing with questions that only she can
answer.
* *
GREAT DAY IN THE AFTERNOON
At long last. Greater Miami Jewry now has a building of its own.
The dedication services were short and to the point. A building without
a purpose is only four walls. People don't need to become less agency-
minded, just more community-minded.
It was fun to see everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Sam
and Bea Blank. Carl and Esther Weinkle. Max Orovitz. John Serbin. A. J.
Harris and Mae, Rudy Adler. the Leo Eisensteins, the Harry Zuker-
nicks. Milton and Miriam Sirkin.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jay Markowitz.
Tampa. Fla., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Sandra
Mae. to Lt. Martin Richard, son
ol Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz. 112
A\ila ct Coral Gables.
Bride elect is a graduate of Hills-
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ireraity of Florida. She is present-
ly interne-teaching at the Si my
Lamer Elementary School in Tam-
pa, and in June will receive a BA
di i i in elementary education
she i- a member f Delia Phi
Epsilon and served on the execu-
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at University of Florida.
Lt Hurwitz graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High and University ol
Florida with a BS in business ad-
ni.ni-tration. and a major in ac-
counting. He is a member of Phi
Eta Sigma honorary fraternity,
which he served as chancellor.
He was a member of the L'ni-
vertHy of Florida Army ROTC rifle
team, and served as treasurer of
Hillel Foundation at University of
Florida. Lt. Hurwitz is presently
stationed at the United States Army
Base in Pedricktown. N.J.
Wedding will be in June at Ro
doph Sholom Synagogue in Tampa.
Friday, December 9, iggj
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Seville hotel function Jan. 21 will
have a chance to win" a trip to
Paris, via Air France. All funds
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and Miss Minnie Feinberg, executive secretary, who at present is in .
volved head over heels in the Cuban situation.
Sam Cohen, in his very dapper striped jacket, took his Thelma up
the stairs to see the new National Council of Jewish Women offices, i
which by the way are beautiful.
* *
MOON OVER MIAMI
The band played, the lightl Hashed on. the water began to tinkle
in the fountains, and the beds of yellow pom-poms raised their inquistive
beads.
Thus opened Miami Beach's famous Lincoln
Road Mali. Everyone was sauntering up and down,
up and down
Dave and Lyra Ilaber. Ben and Sunnie Bronston
were on one side of the street On the other were
the Leon Elk, the Harold Shapiros, the Harry
Magids and Mr. and Mrs Frank Weiss, along with
85.000 other-.
Hank Meyers was rushing back and forth. The
first rider on the tram with the fringe on top, be-
sides Bill Segal, was none other than Rose Weiss,
which was as it should be.
* *
CUPID SHOOTS
Bill and Georgia Brenner (The Town Brcnners) jetted up to Atlanta.
When the announcement was made that their altitude was 27.000 feet
Georgia said to Bill. "1 want to get out of here." They went to watch
son Stephen, who will graduate from Georgia Tech in June, give "the
ring" to his girl, Carolyn Levy, who lives in Atlanta and attends
Ogelthorpe University there. The engagement is now official.
* *
BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS
What an exciting way to start a week a book review on Monday
instead of the Wash Day Blues. Temple Israel Sisterhood started its
second year scries of book reviews recently, featuring Dr. Joseph R. j
Narot with the second in the series scheduled for next week
Dr. Narot, who is one of my favorites, reviewed John Gunther's
"Taken on the Flood." With his warm, friendly manner and his deep
dramatic voice, we all felt the rabbi was reviewing this powerful stor>
of success for each of us individually.
Rabbi Narot said that he feels about book reviews the same as he
does about games. "If I don't have the cards. I can't play." Since
August, he has read fifteen books, and is quite concerned about the
Sterile literary field this year. It poses quite a problem for Dr. Narot,
who does not review a book merely for entertainment.
Rae (Mrs. George) Graham and Janet (Mrs. Ix>wis) Serbin were
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Leeds, in winter white, seemed simply delighted that her plane flight
had been delayed until two thirty. She was on her way to Louisville to
visit her brothers who used to live here, Bobby and Dick Bronner.
Lucille (Mrs. Arnold) Seeder took time off from getting settled to
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EXODUS. Diplomatic Ball last
* Saturday night at the Fon-
taineblcau hotel was just as ex-
citing and glamorous as everyone
expected it to be.
Mrs. Irving Miller, chairman of
hostesses, headed her group of
beautifully-gowned women in a
mauve-colored, floor-length bro-
cade with a royal purple satin
stole. Honorary chairman of the
Women's Division, Mrs. Max
Weitz, wore a full-length gown of
porcelain blue peau de soie. Her
bodice, with the lowered waist-
line, wa*s embroidered in jewels.
Mrs. Jack Katzman, Women's
'Division chairman, selected a
warm rose pink gown of chiffon.
I The sheath featured the asymetri-
cal side drape which was topped
with a pouf and panniers flowing
I to the hemline.
Mrs. Julian Weinkle chose a
full-length brocade in an exciting
jewel tone*of blue, with just a
light touch of green tones. Her
gown had its own matching coat.
Another full-length ball gown was
the white 'strapless satin with
double poufed back skirt worn by
Mrs. Sheldon Kay.
Mrs. Samuel Oritt chose a
creamy white brocade full-length
gown, while Mrs. Jack Popick's
choice was a forest green satin.
I Also in a full-length gown was
[Mrs. A. J. Molasky, featuring
I white silk satin with hand-painted
[roses finished with yellow French
flocking. A half-bow at her shoul-
der streamed' almost to the hem-
f line, which was cut higher in the
front in a cutaway effect.
*
ulftS. Michael Horwitz' short
" formal was in white pointc
ri esprit with black chantilly lace
banded across the bodice and re-
peated at the full-skirted hemline.
Mrs. Irving Rosenbush chose a
blue and green floral print silk or-
ganza over silk, in the matching
theatre ensemble.
Mrs. Moshe Lcshcm wore a sil-
ver brocade gown. She bought the
material while in Hong Kong and
had it made in Israel. Featured
was a semi;sweetheart neckli-"
with controlled fullness in the
skirt. Mrs. Frances Beckerman
looked lovely in a soft shade of
draped pink satin. Her full-length
gown .showed unusual bodice treat-
ment overlaid with a matching
color nylon tulle and encrusted
with jewels.
Stars of "Exodus" film, Sal
Mineo and Jill Haworth, were
guests of the evening. Miss Ha-
worth wore her first long gown
a rose damask colorin which
she was crownrd "Princess ol
the Ball." It was quite a thrill
for the 15 year-old English girl.
Miss Israel. Aliza Gur. placed the
crown on Jill's head. Aliza was
stunning in her floor-length for
mal that was completely encrust-
ed with iridescent seafoam green
sequins on which a garden of full-
blown pink sequined roses bloom-
ed.
Mrs. Jack A. Cantor was lovely
in a full-length black velvet gown.
Made in Paris, it featured hand-
sewn jewels and embroidery in
a medallion motif, which began
across the bodice, continued down
to the hemline, and curved slight-
ly over the hips. A full-length
black gown was also the choice
of Mrs. Samuel Sapiro. Hers was
in chantilly lace over champagne-
colored satinwith draped silk
organza forming the V neckline.
* *
kJRS- Maurice Furman selected
" a full-skirted short formal in
black chantilly lace inserted into
black silk organza. Another feel-
ing was achieved with black chan-
tilly lace by Mrs. George Feller.
She chose a sheath rcembroidered
with jet beading and featuring
black organza in an illusion neck-
line.
Mrs. Martin Stein wore an em-
erald green silk satin sheath din-
ner ensemble. Her long-sleeved,
fitted jacket showed a white fox
shawl collar. Red, white and blue,
a gown especially made for the
ball, was Mrs. Leonard Glick-
man's bodice. Her full skirt was
of tiers of white val lace, and her
bodice was half red and half blue
velvet.
Mrs. Jack Toppell's floor-Iengih
gown was in an exciting Carmen
red, embroidered with gold lame.
Her sheath skirt featured the ]
overlap treatment caught into;
an asymetrical side drape. At I
the side, the silk fabric was
poufed into a bow. A white silk
full-length gown with an Oriental
cut was worn by Mrs. Bernard
Kaplan. Large blue roses were ;
printed down the front and hack ,
from the neckline to the hemline.:
and embroidered with iridescent)
blue beads. Turquoise peau dc ,
soie was the choice of Mrs. David
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with Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of
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The bride, in a Bianchi original,
was attended by I.enore Shapiro,
matron of honor, and Snndra Zah
ler, Carol Zahler and Gwen Aekner.
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Sam Matz was best man for the
Broom, and Howard Freedman.
Allen Freedman. Harold Zahler.
Jack Raymond and Phil Cook were
ushers.
Felice is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Freedman, of 4740
Pinetree dr., and attended ML
Sinai school of nursing
The groom's parents are Mr. an'l
Mrs. Morris Traktman, of the
Bronx, NY. He graduated from
Stenotype Institute of New York,
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hotel, the couple left for a trip to
Mexico. On their return, they will
reside at 2955 NE 7th ave.. Miami.
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Friday. December
I960
MUSIC
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BEETHOVEN'S NINTH PERFORMED HERE
The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Fabien Sevitzky.
conductor, presented the titanic 'three B"s of Music" to a large and
appreciative audience on Sunday evening at Miami Beach Auditorium.
First half of the program was devoted to the Bach 'Chorale Pre-
lude'- transcribed by Dr. Sevitzky and four songs by Brahms. "Von Ewi-
licr I.iebe." Sappische Ode." "An eine Aeolsharfe." and "Verge!liches
Standchen." sung by Blanche Thebom. mezzo-soprano of the Metropol-
itan Opera Company.
The orchestra played the Bach works with style and sustained har-
mony. Miss Thebom a delight to the eye as well as to the ear, tang
the Brahms songs with great dramatic fervor, beautifully Interpreting
the mood of words and melody. Miss Thebom has a big. luscious voice,
but demonstrated a tendency to force her tones in the dramatic passage!
Beethoven'- Symphony No. 9 ("Choral") in D minor, op. 125. re ,
ceived its first performance in South Florida under Dr Sevitzky s baton
at Sunday night's concert. The first two movements were played with |
fine subtlety and rythmic facility. The third movement revealed all the
spirtnal insight and sympathy of Beethoven's great dreams of love and
freedom.
The University of Miami chorus of 100. Glenn Diaper, director.
\ith Mi-- Thebom, David Lloyd, Arda Mandikian and Benjamin Rayson.
i.-t-. concluded the final, triumphant "An die Freude" movement
based on the poem by Schiller. The chorus began with a thin tonal
ouality. particularly in the male voice section, but concluded with a
iull-bodied and joyous finale.

AN ENCHANTED EVENING AT THE GROVE
l mii tempted to say that "The Disenchanted," presented at the
hi Grove Playhouse on Nov. 29 through Dec. 11. is :'one enchanted
c --" The play, written by Budd Schulberg and Harvey Breit. and
( ed by Roger Graeff, Is interesting, highly literate, but somewhat
v t<
The pla> is base I on the Ufa of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Hie great
ii-t. who lived through Ihe wild, day Of the roaring '20's
and wrote about it. and of his tortured love for a woman who adored
lhat I
.lohn Baragrej is cj -t as Uanlej MoUiday, the writer. Also appear-
I rules are Alar, ftfixon, Miami's own Kim Hunter, and David
J Stewart. On a general level, the acting is excellent. Mr. Baragrs) in
; ii.ir i- outstanding in his portrayal of the unhappy geniusdespite
; irdiness of h's part, which lend.- to disenchant the sense of torment
i ks to project. Miss Hunter is graceful, pretty, and charming Alan
Mi\( n dram- ever) drop from his part as the angry, frustrated young
Wl '>T

MUSIC AT THE CARILLON
i1' iple associated Wilh Miami Beach hotels can now point with pri l(
to S0-piece orchestra and fully professional, is to my knowledge the only
symphony orchestra in the entire country originating from a hotel.
Brought into existence two years ago by Jacques Donnet, talented
conductor, and Sidney Ralel, executive director of the hotel, the Carillon
Symphonette will present it- first concert of the season on Jan. 2 in the
I -upper club, which is easily converted into an intimate theater
with excellent acoustics needing DO painful amplification -ystem.
Jacques Donnet is a talented musician he plays live instruments
a charming man. who is also ver\ realistic, practical and highly
musically informed. A Juilliard graduate with a BS degree in music,
and an MS degree in history from the University of Miami. Donn-t i-
former CBS staff conductor, and for seven years -erved as assistant
to Erich Leinsdorf when the latter directed the CBS Symphony.

MUSICAL EVENTS OF SIGNIFICANCE
The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra will present the third in it-
;eries of concerts this season on Tuesday evening. Dee. 13. at Miami
Edison Auditorium. Carmen Nappo. conductor, will feature works by
Beethoven. Borodin. Tschsikowsky. and Mendels-ohn .
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. national music fraternity, in cooperation
with the University ol Miami and the Metropolitan Commission, will pre-
sent the popular modern opera. Amahl and the Night Visitors." by dian
Carlo Menotti. on Dec. 18. 3:30 p.m.. in Dade County Auditorium. Sing-
ing Amahl will be 12-year-old Harry Hines. son of Miami Beach oreh
estra leader George Hines. Ronald H. Kiekosola will direct the chorus.
William Coleman will conduct, and choreography will be by William
Jvry. There is no admission .
Old melodies and a new young artist are scheduled by the Miami
Brach Civic Orchestra at the second concert of the 1960-61 series set for
Sunday evening, 8 p.m., at Miami Beach Auditorium. Conductor Bar
nett Breeskin has scheduled a performance of Lalo's "Symphonic F-
pagnole," featuring violinist Helen Ovenden. Maior work will be
Dvorak's Symphony No. 5 in E Minor ("New World"). Judge Kenneth
Oka. orchestra president, has returned from his European travels, and
will narrate .
Auspicious debut of the new Co-Opera Theatre of Florida on Satur-
day evening at Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium featured
a performance of "Rita," by Donizetti, and a surprisingly dramatic
one of Menotti's "The Medium." Talented conductor Paul Csonka and
stage director Erich Santamaria made their debut in the Miami area.
Rose Byrum. James Jeffrey and Patrick Matthews, the, three prin-
cipals in "Rita," gave sparkling performances of Donizetti's gay and
delightful one-act opera Salwa Merrige was superb as Madame Flora,
Ihe charlatan medium, whose cheating finally drives her to insanity and
murder. 'Muss Merrige's dark, opulant voice blended perfectly with her
terrified and tortured portrayal.
Ina Porias and Nestor Cabell were excellent as the daughter and
deaf mute. Meline Markarian, John Tone and Jenny Lou Carris rounded
cut the fine cast.
Special Offer To See Gypsy
Owen Phillips, producer and op-
enator Of the Coconut Grove Play-
house, is making a special offer to
Jewish Florulian readers and thea-
t re lovers.
Prior to the holiday season. Phil-
lipsjeilUpreawU a KpetiaJ attrac-
tion not in his regular series of 12
subscription plays.
It is the renowned and inimitable
Gypsy Rose Lee, who scored so
heavily for Phillips here last sum
mcr as "Auntie Mame." appearing
this time in "A Curious Evening
with Gypsy Rose Lee."
"A Curious Evening with Gypsy
Rose Lee" is a 90-minute film rec-
ord ol her life, including much of
the life of her sister, note.I stai
June Havoc. The presentation in
corporatrs film clips saved through
the years, and when presented by
Miss Lee at the Cherry Lane Thea-
tre in New York on a series of Mon
day evenings, attracted capacity
audiences and received notable re
view -.
The special olfer to Jeu.-n Flor*.
idian readers are two lic-iclsftMl
the price of one. ard :- ,\ [0f
the night of Bee, 15-or.!y \ curL,'
ous Evening with Gypsy rt -0 [^.i
opens at the Coconut (in.., p^.
house on Dec. 13.
To take part in this two-forom
offer, see Coconut Grove I'ijvhouis
ad on Page 3-A. Lillian' Kraft
New Name for Congregation
Meeting will be held WednesdJM
8:30 p.m., at So. Miami Uieghti
Shopping Center Arcade, mm
Quail Roost dr.. to come up with
a new name for the C-ribbeja
Jewish Conerega'ion.
Paul Newman as Ari Ben
Canaan leads an Israeli raid
on Acre Prison in a scene
from Otto Preminger's pro-
duction of "Exodus," which
opens here Dec. 21 at the
Sheridan Theatre. The film
was shot on location in Israel
and Cyprus in Technicolor
Super Panavision 70 wide-
screen, with Todd-AO six-
channel stereophonic sound.
SUBSTITUTE
MOTHERS
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:ene from "Spartacus," the S12 million spectacular starring
rk Douglas, Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons, Charles Laugh-
bn, Peter Ustinov, John Gavin and Tony Curtis, opens at Wo-
ietcc's 163rd Street Theater, Micmi, on Thursday, Dec. 15,
j30 p.m. Showings will be on a road show basis, with two
Briormances daily and all seats reserved.
ceeds tor Religious School BB Women Map
Functions Here
[>ora Stein Sisterhood of the
laelite Center will hold a Chan-.i-
latke and card party Sunday
kning at the Center. Chairman
[Mrs. George Kessler. Proceeds
for the Israelite Center religi-
school.
tmorial Plans to be Aired
|t a meeting of Sisterhood
est-d Shel Emess on Monday, 1
plans will be made for a
lorial service to be held in
nory of the late Mrs. Israel
jberg, president.
| For BETTER Tasting
.nd More Healthful
CHANUKAH Dishes
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
Council was to hold a workshop for
officers, chairmen and past presi-
dents at Hillel House on Thursday
evening. Mrs. Jane Robinson is the
leadership chairman.
. *
Anne Frank chapter of B'nai
B'ith Women will meet Tuesday
noon. Dec 20, at Toby*s cafeteria,
SW 8th si and 27th ave. Chanuka
party will follow the meeting.
*
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
Council will meet Thursday eve-
ning, Dec. 22, at Cookies restaurant
Miracle Mile, Coral Gables.
Make Sure Ifs
PLANTERS
OSHER OIL
100% PURE.^3 pAREVE
Pallof Gets Scouting Award
Norton S. Pallot, president of
Norton Tire Company, was pre-
sented a Century Club Award for
"distinguished support to Scouting"
by the South Florida Council of
the Boy Scouts of America at a
recognition banquet commemorat-
ing the 50th anniversary of scouting
in the United States.

Planters
sm
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CEFTER'S
NEW KOSHER
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(Cll ('' MIAMi BEACH
KOSHER MEALS $fi5Q SJSV
INCLUDED w 2#5 n^**-
Other Rates Avail. J'O Jan. 4 to Jan. 23
Single Occ. 4 European Plan Avail
CANTOR JACOB KONIG5BERC will
Officiate Paover Holidays
i .1 .< ,\ a ibbath sit iin> ii-
i Rells;loui< Ben ii ,-- I >lj M
Halt a p ., (
No Bxtra t Btenks i
FREE Chaise Lounges and
Mats 21" TV 4 Radio in each Rm
Self-Parking. Many other features.
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Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
__________________________________Fridoy, December S, laa
The Royal Hungarian i u>a rajjjjjj
FOR THE FMS7 IN KOSHER CUiSMt
731 Washington Avenue
Telephone JE 8-5401
umnitti
Hll column in the Miami Herald, among oih-r thing-, provide*:
daily, up-to the minute account of the lads and foibles of Florida It
spotlights 'h.' poor, middle-clan and rich. It deals with folk from :ill
walk of life, including politics, entertainment and buallWN
His la a truly roving and discerning eye, supplemented by
quick to listen ears. Jack Kofoed likes people, all kinds of peop.e.
He listens patiently to one ant? all, to tales of woe, good and bad
jokes and iust plain, every day talk. He writes about people and
places honestly, car.didly, but never insultingly. His friends are
legion. Jew and Gentile, white and Negro.
He ha^ laced tins knowledge of Florida, past and present, into nil
bonk. -The Florida Stoq
When you re.ilh know a place." Jack writes, "you know the big
thinga and the little, h( re to get the best stone crab-, short cuts U)
avoid five o'clock traffic, good places to fish, private telephones of
bookmakeri ."
Too many of us. Flondians all. know so little of our fascinating
state You'll learn a lot more about fabulous Florida, its sidelight-, and
Mights, colorfully, RTaphicallji and expertly taken into account in
The Florida Stop.
Jackk Kofoed bai a wonderful and winning way wi'.h words about
hll favorite state.
* *
NAMES THAT MAKE NEWS: Attorney Shirley Woolf. combining
business with pleasure, takes off tomorrow for Hollywood. Calif She'll
visit with clients Bill Miller, of night club fame, and Belle Barth. who
makes her first appearance in the movie colony at the smart supper club.
The Cloisters.
Paul and Esther Pincus, two of the proudest parents on the Beach
-nice their charming daughter. Rhea. was named outstandingsophomore
co-ed at the University oi Miami
Richard Fssen following in the footsteps of his attorney father. Ben
Essen, attending C ol Miami law school. The lawyer-to-be won numerous
honors when he V/aa on the university's debating team.
After holding its annual get-together at Naranja for the past
five years. Me Florida B'nai B'rith Youth groups change their con-
vention locale to Camp O'Leno, in High Springs (near Gainesville).
The '60 meeting runs from Dec. 26 through Dec. 30.
Architect Morris Lapidus meeting here with Arthur Winarick. who
started h:- business career selling hair tonic, and today is best known-
lor hi, lamed Concord hotel In New York. Winarick will'add a 250-room ;
Wing to ihe Catskill resort.
The Arvak's, lour gentlemen! vocalists who are gaining national
prominence, have been booked for the New Year's Eve Show at the
Sui rento hotel.
Norton S. Fallot just received a Century Club Award for his activity
in support nl Scouting, bj the South Florida Council of the Boy Scouta
of America, at a recognition banquet
I'Msv Abbott, who for the past years has been rocking custdpi'i-
with laughs at her Palsy's Place, is now available for appearances in '
your home. Her first long-play recording, taken directly from her two-
hour "Concert in Comedy," has just been released on a Cheat Lab*] .
js available at record shops or by calling her at her fun spot A "n;.
tural lor different holiday giving. aye
TOP SCREEN FARE: With Hollywood's biggest productions of the'
year crowding the calendar prior to the holiday season Miami and
Miami Beach's movie theatre front, w,n dazzle the eye with star billings
First of trie two-a- opening at Wometco's 163rd Street Theatre on Dec. 15. The stars
include Kirk Douglas, Charles Laughton, Laurence Olivier, Jean
Simmons, Peter Ustinov, and Tony Curtis.
ro h:X0<1.'" !laSe rected and produced by Otto Preminger, is the second of the super-
riS'af'S'S ck S IO! SCe'U' hlTta| "s Miami Bl'ath Premiere on i
Dec 21. at the Sheridan Theatre
L ",'epP' spring Cantinflas. Dan Da.ley. Shirley Jones Maurice!
iSv Sl.ndn"uTf*'- Bbb>nDaKrJn- J'mm> Dura"'P' St Gar on !
Frank Sin.," 2f, -^ ***** Reynolds, Edward G. Robirtson, j
"l^1"' ,a"d man> more- P*n* Dec. 23 at the Lincoln Theatre on I
1 ?ih u) H- akcelebr''-VMudded Hollywood-type premiere.
John Waynes biggest movie to date. "The Alamo." with Richard
, Widmark. Laurence Harvey. Frank.e Avalon and Richard Boon" open,
at the Roosevelt on Dec. 26. opens
* *
I GOOD EATIN': Just reopened for the season is De Continental f>
Itunng excellent Italian and American cu.s.ne. and located fSa th
,.t .Bay Harbor Island. Seen eating there recently: Judge frv ng Cvoen
and party. Ed Sullivan. Ben Gaines. and Pat Abbott **
r. ""f^ th'Ck andujUic,y New York cut s,eak* =>t the Candlelight Inn in
CoconutCrove are boneless all meat, man. and inexpensive ,oo
191A t*Zl VZ i \'*dm.'!" '" 'he restaurant field her. since
1936 w,ll handle food superv.s.on at Gray's Inn, which reopen, Dec 15
A r*1^**'."*9 m-na9r ? ,h Balmoral when it first opened and
other top hoste.n.,. Most recent post wa, the G.ucho Ro7m ., the
Arrs? riCaina,
The Won Ton sold at Fu Manchu is noted for its "Chinese-style
kreplach Is ,t good! Boss Ai Goldman eats as manv as three bow- ,
day. no kidding. 5 *
Traditional Friday night dinners are a big magnet at the Riviera
Kosher Restaurant in the Gables. luera
The Marseilles hotel dining room features an eight course Fridav
! night dinner, at a reasonable price. Public's invited
Harold Pont and Irvin Gordon feature kosher catering service from
hors d'oeuvres to a complete buffet and what food.
OPfN DAILY from 4 t. ,A
"THE ARISTOCRAT Of
KOSHER RESTAURANTS"
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1
4lr-C~. UN 6-6043 '**
Under Orthodox Vaad HakasknMi
940 71st Street
RE-OP EM/KG FRIDAY, DEC. 9th, 4 ?M.
^ THE REVLIN HOTEL ^
'^KOSHER DINING ROOM
BfTifff FOOD BETTER SMVKf SAMt FOPtftAff PRICES
COLLINS AVE. at 13th ST. Phones JE 1-7688-9
The Hew MARSEILLES DIKING ROOM1
is open to the Public FEATURING
8-Course Traditional Friday Night Dinner at $2.95
1741 COLLINS AVE. JE 8-5711, JE 1-6549
RIVIERA -fift RESTAURANT
SMORGASBORD (Mon. thru Thurs.) $]89
Serving Traditional Friday Night Dinner from 5 to S-.30 P.M
C 'iMi!: u for all your Cat.-ritig \ffd> the iilnma tn Kosh.i Oa:rn;
1830 Ponce de Leon, Corner Majorca, Coral Gables
Far Reservations call Nl 1-5441 Closed Saturdays
KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
1451 Collins Av. Phone JE 2-1671
KREPLACH KISHKE AAATZO BALLS KKllSHES
MEAT FISH STEAKS CHOBS CHICKEN
DELICIOUS PASTRIES CAKES CHALAHS & ROLLS
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
AT POPULAR PRICES
CATERING GLATT -]2 KOSHER JE 8-2341
RESTAURANT A S T O R ~ HOTEL
956 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
RESTAURANT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Tri. ASTOR DINING ROOM undr th* Supervision of K MAI AOATH JESHUDUH
INC NY.. RABBI OR JOSEPH BREUER All Musts Kosher nude in N*w tori
TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
MOW OPEN Serving Daily from 5 P.M.
2729 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONES JEfferson 8-6109 JE 1-6651
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CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT
AUTHtNTK FtfMCN CUISIHE
B#i Aperitif in Town Good Selection Imported Wine
OPEN 5 30 .. 10 P M Closed Friday lAsasde Pt.9 in Rtarl
128 N.E. 17th STREET Tel. FR 4-4825
k Auintniii retPKN CU1JI
? Best Aperitif in Town Good Selection
I OPEN S M fe 10 PJ* Closed Friday I
128 N.E. 17th STREET
CORALRf OP 467 AVESW]
CURLEY JIM'S PANTRY
11555 QUAIL ROOST DRIVE
Perrine, Florida
"Holiday Greetings"
CE 5-0262
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^Jenisfi Rhricliain
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of MIAMI
8303 bird ooad
Miami ss. flowica
OUTSTANDING TO CATERING
RSONAllV SUPERVISED
"rOH OUAIITY .
CALL EMERY GREEN"
FOR WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS
AND OTHER AFFAIRS
CA 6-1744
El Al to Open
Office on Beach
-*L < C ontiiicntal
u in re eleSaiH .
1 //* Dininit
in < tradition
El Al Israel Airlines, now repre-
sented in nine maior eilies through
ou: the Unitrrl Stales and Canada.
Will open its tenth oifiee in the
Greater Miami area on Thursday.
Dec. 15. 3
Site of the new El Al office will
be at 1602 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach. Leo Gardner has been ap-
pointed managing director.
Formal Open House will be from
4 to 7 p.m. on Dee. 15 by invitation
only. The oftice will open the next
day for regular business. Expected
at the dedication are Rabbis Irving
Lihrman, Temple EmanuEl. and
j Leon Kronish. Temple Be;h Sholom.
Boneless
Lunch and Dinner Served Daily
CANDLELIGHT INN
In The Hcorl ol Coconut Grove
Banquat Facilities Cocktail lounge
Henry Leitaon, Mgr.
NOW OPEN
3a HARBOR ISIANO
' ;J5 ?S'h $>r,.
SEASON'S GREETINGS .
WONDER GRILL
PANCAKES
STEAK CHICKEN
Menorah Chapter
Card Party
Menorah chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a card party at
the Ifontmartre hotel on Sunday
evening. Mrs. Solomon Moses and
I Mrs. Maurice Fink are co-chair-
men.
On Tuesday morning, the
women's organization will hold a
regular board meeting at the Mr-
ami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., Lincoln rd., beginning
at 10 a.m.
The chapter recently inaugurated
a perpetual table cloth with em-
broidered names as a fund-raising
project.
RE-OPENING SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 5 p.m.
18th CONSECUTIVE YEAR
STAR Dairy, Yeg. & Fish Restaurant
OLDEST AND BEST KNOWN DAIRY RESTAURANT
SERVING LUNCH AND DINNERS
TRY OUR SPECIAL ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS
841 Washington Avenue JE 1-9182
12000 Normandy Drive
Normandy Isle
SUNSHINE DAIRY RESTAURANT
OHHS SUNDAY, DEC. 1Mb m* 4 PJ.
743 Washington Avenue JE 8-2103
htfnm mmd Molly Mercas with all ear fritnit mrnrn Potron
A HAPPY CNANMCA
Our 28lh Year!
The Perfect Gift!
Hera'a What Tmmy AH Wmmt htn Hondo
A "PRIZE" PACK .
of Premium Indian River Citrus
NOT A "PRICE" PACK
"a* of Ordinary '
1/2 BUSHEL DELUXE
Catict Mil* Miff 'nit. MM wm (
ti It liscnai Caicllttt M M 3
CKM.t pittiii. i in it M '7Z,.
trim ricMi mi } jm ii _f H1.'.*. .."
T rental Manailaall. AU ttf EAST Of
m"ni. "'" '"
ran ortt rwit mgmjt ft hh *
(.toil and Jake Dapt.. Now Opon!
FLA. FRUI SHIPPERS, INC.
Formerly JAMES R. COOPER -___-
261 N.W. 36h ST. PHONE PI 4-9616
jrtoM and Hail Orders Promptly Shipped
Shaw Offers
Personal Service
Gus Shaw, president of Shaw
Travel Service, reports favorable
response to his "personalized serv-
ice" since the"
opening of his
firm last August
at 35 NE 17th St.
For many years
active in the im-
port business and
known in the
community for
his varied civic
endeavors, Shaw
explained that
"our service is SHAW
available day and night."
"If you have te leava town in
n emergency, wa tea to it that
you have your tickets delivered
on time. And, if hotels are filled
up, wa always manage to find a
room for our patrons."
Shaw Travel Service also works
out itineraries for those interested
in trips to Israel. "We take care
of everything from start to finish-
transportation, hotels, food, sight-
seeing." For patrons who prefer it,
the firm can also arrange financing
of tours.
The New MARSEILLES HOTEL
Directly on the Ocean
1741 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
IS NOW UNDER THE OWNERSHIP-MANAGEMENT
JOSEPH STEINBERG and AARON RESNICK.
We have completely renovated and refurnished the entire hotel,
lobbies and rooms. We have new 21" T.V. in every room at no
extra cost to our guests. We have built a beautiful new Dining
Room, in which our strictly kosher cuisine will prevail.
ALSO ROOMS ON THE AMERICAN PIAN begin at S6-S7 Doily dbl. e.
(until Dev. 19)
WE AtSO HAVE TWO FULLY EOUIPPED KITCHENS.
FULL-TIME MASHGIACH ON PREMISES
We do strictly kosher catering for Bar Mirzvahs, Parties,
Weddings and any other occasions.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DINNERS $2.95 and up.
For information call JE 8-5711, JE 1-6549
MARCELLAS
Italian Restaurant and Bar
WHEN VOU CAU I COME TO TOUI
"FROM A PIZZA TO A COMPLETE MEAL"
CATERING EXCELLENT SERVICE-HOME DELIVERY
MARCELLA'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT & BAR
Our Popularity Has Forced Us to Enlarge Our Establishment.
GREETINGS TO All OUR FRIENDS-
13886 W. Dixie Highway, No. Miami PL 1-5445
830 N.W. 183rd Street NA 4-1381
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BY THE CASE.
Saratoga Waters
GEYSER HATHORN COESA
STATESEAl-SARATOGA QUEVIC VICHY
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KALAK-POLAND WATERS
IMPORTED
CELESflNE French Vichy PERRIER
dial-FR 1-6688
Social Singles to Dance
B'nai B'rith Social Singles in-
vite single adults from 32 to 55 to
a dance party Saturday night at the
Di Lido hotel.
THE NEW
MERRY-GO-ROUND RESTAURANT
ON U.S. 1 Opposite University of Miami
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Friday, December 9, \<$$
BJJJ
Jfyar JMitzvaL
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests shouid be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami I, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
HAKVH
fftD
Fred Wellisch
Beth David Synagogue will be
the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Fred
Allen, son of Dr. and Mrs. Kurt
Wellisch. on Saturday. Dec. 10. with
Rabbi Norman Shapiro officiating.
Fred is an eighth grade honor
Mudent at Ponce de Leon Junior
High, and plays cello in the orch-
SAUL
Beth David n '> which
he h;i- attended for Bvi :<
a member i nior Cantors
Club.
honor will be
their home.
615 K-i labii s, on

Dennis Learner
Bar Mitzvah
At. and M
er.
with
i s A. Skop ol

--oiith Miami Junior High, pi
cornc: in the band, and i- a memb i
of the South Miami Little !-' I
Football ".cam.
He ha- attended Temple Judea'l
religiouf school [i r four years and
the Sunday school lor eight. '
lowing hi.- Bar Mitzvah, he will I B-
ter the preconfirmation A* ,
ment.
Mr ami Mrs. Learner will host
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday and
the Kiddu-h on Saturday in honor
of their sou.
Dade Heights
Maps Programs
Mr- Kilt" a Stern will direel
Dade Heights Jewish Congregation
nursery and preschool children in
a play with music and dancing for
Chaniika on Tuc-day at 7:30 p.m.
Religion- sthool will have
Chanuka program presenting all
phases of the holiday with soni;>.
a play, choral reading and poem-
on Sunday morning. Dec. 19.
There will be a New Years cele-
bration Saturday. Dec 31. starting
at H p m.
Paul and Saul Wojnowich
Paul and Saul, twin sons of Mr
and Mrs. Boris Wojnowich. 1914
Marseilles dr.. will be Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday. Dec. 10. at Agudath Is-
rael Hebrew Institute, with Dr.
Isaac Hirsh Ever officiating.
The boys received their Hebrew
education in Havana. Cuba, and
ae now seventh grade students at
Nautilus Junior High. Reception in
their honor will follow servnc-
Robert Schneider
Rabbi Sheldon II. SteinniM/ will
Officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Rob-
ert, son of Mr. and Mr- Harold
Schneider, on Saturday. Dec. 10. at
Congregation Yeliu.lah Mo.-he
Joseph Rosenfeld. president, will
present him with a Bible.
Robert i- I seventh trade stU
In North Miami Beach .lumor
I nd ha- attended l'opul I elis-
ions -chool for several years Mr
and Mrs, Schneider will sponsor a
Kiddush following servio -
Joseph Plotkirt
Dr, In ing l.thrman will oil
Izvah ol Joseph Alan.
son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Plotkin.
iduring services Saturday. Dec. 10.
at Temple Emanu-El.
Joseph is an eighth grade student
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High and
attends Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
Luncheon in his honor will be at
Delano hotel after services.
*
Robert Kaufman
Rabbi David W. Herson will offi-
ffOIHT
iciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Rob
'ert. son of Mr and Mrs. Reuben
Kaufman, on Saturday.. Dec. 10. at
Beth Emeth Congregation.
Robert is a student at Beth Emeth
Hebrew school, and attends West-
iew Junior High.
*
Harvey Isler
Harvey Philip, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Isler. will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
OtMMS
J0SEPR
Emanu-El on Saturdsv. Dec. w
with Dr. Irving Lehrman offc
rating.
Harvey is an eighth gr4t ttu.
dent at Nautilus Junior High and
'attends Temple Emanu-El religious
school He plays piano and French
horn, and 4s a member of Boy
Scouts of America.
Reception in his honor will t
held at the Fontainebleau Saturday
evening.
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(Friday, December 9. 1960
*Jewisti fkridlistr
Paae 15-B
lational Leaders Pose Pivotal Questions
:or Teen-Agers to Answer at Conclave
Seven national leaders from the
fields cf government, literature
ind sports Have presented ques-
tions for the consideration of the
Jelegatee at the seventh annual
?n-age conclave of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
The event will take place on Sun
(ay noon at Ihe Dupont Plaza ho
and is geared to the theme
iTeens Seek Their Role In The
Nation and in the World.'"
Each of the leaders responded
a letter which was sent to them
lonths ago asking. "What question
you pose to young people
lay as the most important one
>r their serious consideration?"
Over 300 delegates from 30 clubs
senior high age, coming to the
lonclave from the four branches
the Center, will attend work-
hops to discuss the questions that
rere received. These included:
President Dwight D. Eien-
r: "A* a discussion topic for
young people, you might
lake this sentence from the Pres-
ident's latter to the students of
the Republic of Korea, 'For free-
mutt be served as well as
[soughf."
President-elect John F. Ken-
ledy: "I am most interested in the,
reactions and views of your young .
jple to my 'Peace Corps' pro-1
osal."
Vice President Richard M
iixon: "What may as I as an in-
lividual American do to see that
goals enuciated in the preamble
the Constitution are extended for
ic full enjoym'ent of all men?"
Gov. LeRoy Collins: "A ques-
ion along this line would be appro-
priate the great need for a full
understanding of the individual
itizen's responsibilty for parti-
ppation in government, polities
public affairs.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt: "What
arc the values that you consider
Hie most important In life?"
also be workshops on the following
subjects: "Are Teen Morals Chang-
ing?" "Religion in the Public
Schools." "leens and Their Home
Life." 'Teens and Judaism." "De-I
veloping New Leadership and Shar-
ing Responsibility." and "Club Pro-;
gram -and Community Serviee."
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Norman Cousins: "It might j Following the workshops, the
>e productive for your group to i conclave will come to a close with
Jiscuss how the individual can be, a dance. Co-chairmen are Bunny
serving the cause of Goldberg and Morris Rothberg.
vorld peace."
Roy Campanella: "What for-
mative plans trm you making in
educational, social and recrea-
tional life to assume your role
as a respected citizen of our great
country?"
Staff eoorinator is David Eske-
nazi. director of the Miami Y.MHA
Branch.
The day's program will open
with a general delegate luncheon.
The keynote speaker will be Mayor
Robert King High. Following the
in ten different workshops, organ-
ized around the subject matter as
presented by the leaders There will
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS Name LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY U1VEN that
th- undersigned, desiring engeigf1 In
business under the fictitious name ol
SIIHKRY'*' KROArtTKD CHICKEN al
IC6I Alien Road, Miami Beach, Hor-
Ida intend* to register mid name with
till- < "I. rt, ,.| Ih. I'm.ill Court of Bad**
Count). Florida.
BRON BROASTED, IXC.
bj : Tl.....dor* M. Trushln, President
Bl i:ni:tt |:< hm
Attorneyfot Bron Broa* ed, in.
12 !: -s:-. ---
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51327 C
IN RE: Estate of
HARRY \ sim. in.
l lecea i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS'
To All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
gathering, the youth will participate I E?ta'<.-""" '"" Dm**' **""4 S.....
\ on are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim* and dem m.l-
which you maj have .mainst the estate
'f HARRT A. WIMON deceased late ol
fade I'oiintv, Florida, t.. ihe County
Judges Dads County, and rt)- the
same in their office* in the Count)
Courthouse in Dade C.....ity. iflorlda,
within eight calendar months from
fie'late of the fir.-t publication hereof,
or the same will l.e barred
1*1 SEYMOUR I SIMON
/a/ THKI.MA BIRNBERO
Minion May- andCrundwens
Attorneys
801 Atnsley l'.uilding
Miami 32. Florida.
1L' 9-lt-tl-JO
NOTICE
Dorothy London and Larr) London
ire if longer associated with Rellg-
"ill.* Is a- of Novemls | : 'i.
M. F, i-oiMii.un and Eleanoi Foun-
i.ii:i .itni Marvin Kovalc and Enid Nn-
\:ik at. .-..!- owners "f Religious Pro-
.lllc I-.
...ii.-.i Saturday, November Si
12 .-lii.-j::-:.
Exec's Father
Passes Away
Samuel E Hutner, of New York
City, 81. a retired dress manufac-
turer, passed away last week
He is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Arnold Perlstein. of Miami,
and a son, Dr. Cyril Hutner, of
Woodbridge. N. Y.
Mrs. Perlstein is director of the
Women's Division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY IIVEN thai
The ull'ler.siKnt-,1. il.--iuiil; to engage in
business ander the fictitious name of
PARK APARTMENTS al J1SO-40 Park
Avenue. Z435-4ii Washington Court,
Miami Beach, intends to register -aid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dude County, Florida
-MCKRAY QREENE, Trustee
II '2', 12 8--16
Jai-Alai Season
Opens in Dania
An improved $4,000,000 Dania
Jai-Alai Palace opens its eighth j
season of championship play on
Monday evening.
President Roy A. McAndrews has
improved the physical aspects of
the Palace, as well as adding five
1 new players to the well-balanced
roster, already the be-t in jai-alai
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
'he undersigned, desiring to enKai:*- In
business under Ihe fictitious nan..'- of
SKI,.MA S RESORT WEAR and SEL-
MA'S SPORTSWEAR and BPORTS-
VTEARb) BELMAal It* Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Kla Intends to register
said names with th.- Clerk of the Or-
oult Court "f Dade County, Florida.
I .1 KANTER
26 I Incoln Road, Miami Beach
TALIANI IFF .v WALLER
Attorneys for I .' Kantet
2 -l6-SS-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the un I desiring to engagi It
buslnet name ol
Ll'BARI JEWELERS at -.'' L
Re id, Miami Beach Intends to n
with the i "lei k "i (hi '' r-
eult < 'ourl "' I ide C inly, Fli Ida
THE NEW YORK JEWE1 I'.Y CORP
la F"u Corp. i
SHIRLEY Wi (LI F
Alt"' '
io!n Road
16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. TO-C 11217-B
ADELAIDE HANSEN,
Plaintiff,
\ i,
ARTHUR HANSEN,
Defi ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO ARTHUR HANSEN
e/o J. Van der Bpek
in Dartmouth street,
\\ \ ckoff, New Jet -
Von ARTHUR HANSEN are hereb)
notified that a Bill of Complaint foi
Divorce has been Wad against you, j
and >"u are required to serve a com'
of your An>w,-r "i Pleading t" the Bill
of fi.mplaint ..n the plaintiff'* Attor-
ney, STONE and BITTEL. 103 In.his
trial National Bank Building IS Weal
Hi HI i 12, !" irl .i
the original a iiwer or Plead tig In the j
offii .- of tl" Cei k the Circuit Cout I
-n .-I before the sth day "i Jan
IM1. If you fall to do *. Judgment b)
default III be taki i >u f"i
led in the BUI of Com-
Thi* notk -I; ill i"' i'ii!''
a ;h Week for t' u
n THK JEWISH FMHUD1AN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
. i.h 5th da) ''
Al'. i
i: B I EATHERMAN. rierk,
Circuit Court. I .. It Ci F lorlda
[aeal) B) K. M LYM \N,
I ieputy Clerk
KT >NE .v BITTEL
, .-. ind inal Bank Bldg
M "i 12, F (
Attorney* for Plaintiff
I i
ft i Mt CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 60C1I899
'KNTUAI. SAVINliS BANK IN THR
CITY nl-NKW YORK, .. New V
huukiug cojporatlon,
I'l.uiitlfi.
v*
JAMES I-KA'NKi.IN AN''Ki:s .ui.l
I'll Alll.i n'l'i: i: \.\ I n;i..~. ii ..
Ivirnaanis
NOTICE TO APPEAR
I'c JAMES FRANKLIN ANDRES
ami I'llAltl-l'TiK : AND -
.~ hi-, i Mate (
Urantord, t'oni
YOU ARE HEREBY .OTII that
B sun in '! 111) ........
against yujl l>) CENTRAL SAVIN .s
II v.NK IN THK CITY OF NEW 1
in the rin ull Co u I ol thi Blei n h
i idlel d i In ull n and I
i;.. in i !hancei ami you an
- immoneil, "i red and re to
ill-- your wrltte .. di
i" the complaint filed herein an
\..,l in the ao n la
il.....fflce "f Ho ''.-ik of the i'
Court in and for I 'Odi I 'ount) I irlda,
at the Courthou*e in Miami, f'.
mi or before the 9th da) of January,
i i!"ii. and to eat cop) ol
i iww or defenaa upon ia\ii> i' CA1 B-
M A N Plaintiff'* attorney, hare n,
w'boee addrea* la mil r.....r at l"! Hast
Flagler Street, Miami 32, Florida, ""
... before .--1>I date, ..- required b) the
Law* "i Florida, li you fall i" >i" -o,
a decree nt.....nfeaao ^iii be em
igalnat you foi the rellel demanded In
the complaint.
You .ii. further notified thai ti" aa-
lui.- "i s.iui aull is ." forerios" a mort-
gage encumbering the followlng-dea-
. rlbed propert) lo-u it _
U.I B, Bloek J, CARtlL <'IT\ GAR-
DBNS, at.....rd ng to the i-'nt thereof,
recorded In Plat Bo !
131, of the public r.....ri'- "' I'ade
Count). Florida: ,
which said foreclosure action has W-en
bmught in the above-*tyled Court
WITNESS m^ hand as Clerk "t the
I'ii-.uit Courl of Dad* Count) Ftorldi
and the neal ol said Co irt. at .Miami.
Dade County. Fli '!i *M of
December, II
K B I.KVTIIKI'MAN.
i 'lerk of the Circuit i t of
|iad Co nil) Pi
,.,,,li By: K M i.vman.
I i. iutj Her
DAVID P '' \ .'.-MAN
in, itr at '. E
I
Miami .: Fla

Chanuka
To
Greetings
All
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.ADDRESS .............|
,PHONE...............!
J Income *1aa.
name ..........
CITY...........
I ft NerMa lrilt>H O.'y
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 51142-C
IN RE Eetati of
LOUIS MEYERS
l >, ceaeed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti. All Creditor* and All Peraont Hat
ing Claima or Demand* Against Mid
ESatata: .
You, and earh of you an- I
notified -md required t" preaenl any
Claims and demand* whleh you, "i
either "f you, may pavi against th.-
. state of LOUIS METERS di
late ol Dade County, FUirida. to Uh
Honorable County Judge* of Dade
County, and fife the same In theli of-
fice* In the Count] CourthouBe in
Dade County, Florida, within etuin
calendar months from the data >' the
iri-t publication hereof Bald i.inu-
or demand* i" contain the legal d-
dreai of ih* elalmant and to be -
ti. ami presented j> aforesaid, or sjm
,1 i'i be bat red. ft ,,:
the IMS Pr ibate Act
Date Decem..... 5, A IM
Ml) Tt>N R WANNHEIMER
A* Executor of the i.i-t will and
Testament of LOL'IH Mi'^ BRb
Deci _
KOVNBR afANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Executor ^ ^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51208-C
RE Bet it.- <
DAVID B. WRIOHT,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. AM Creditor* ind Ml Person* Hay-
ing Claims it Demand* Agmlnat bbm
You .11. hereby notified :>>"i raqulr-
ed t.. present any claim* and demands
which you ma) have against
. DAVID B Wlll.lHT ,1-eeased
ii\|ik County, Florida, t" the
,'. .1 lige* of Dad* County, and
file the same in their offices In the
. courthouse In Dad* t ounty.
i.i, within eight calendar month*
,l,e date nf the fir*t publication
hereof, or th* *am wl" be barred.
bSCAR Wll.l'K WliiCltl'.
i:\eoutor
EDWARD H l.KVIN
Atti.rne> fur Kxecutur
1S02 Congre** Iluildlng
Miami st Florida
certificate of corporate
dissolution
in the name and by the
authority of the state
of florida
I'i. ALL TO WH. i.\l 1 ilKSK PRE-
SENTS SHALL Ci iMK, tIREET SOS
IVheras I oris Ht'lMA"
PLORIDA DOROTHY T MONDRBfl,
MIAMI. II..II.I. IA bl ;'..M.
MAN. MIAMI, KLuRlDA
Mth d.i' ol tetol a '. It -.
to be incorporated un le>i 11 pt i>>
..( Chapter 8ix. l irl ... Stal X-
I i RD i "Kl'i IRATII >N B,
with a- nrlnchjial place ( buslnee* kl
MIAMI. DAI >E C" il'NTV. in III- -
..i Plorlda, and wherea* the
fleers '.i su< i corporation did on tlie
10th da\ of No\.......r, A.D
.,, be filed In ii.....ff......I the .-
tat \ of State ol l
a dub authenticated resolution adop-
ted b) the stockhol i. pro-
i i Ions of said Chapter 60*. r
Maine.-, ihawlng the dlaaolutlon of
such corporation.
Now, therefore, t ti Becretar;
State does hereb) certify to the fore-
golni and thai he Is satisfied that the
iviimi.-m.nl* of la nave been com-
I* WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have
hereunto I m) hand an b i^--
affixed th.. Qreat Seal -< th* -
of Florida, T ;n-
Capltal, tin* the TlllltTiii.'li da)
of NOVEMBER, A.D IMO
iseal) R a GRAY,
Secret iry ol ':
IN
lS/-i4-js-,H'
CERT.FICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
Th \l I. TO WHOM THESE
SENTS SHALL foMK. OREFTnN -
Whereaa, HAROLD FRIEDMAN,
MIAMI. FLORIDA CHARLES
I.KVKN THAI. M 1 A M I 1- l. I'.I I ,\.
KATHLEEN WTOLFINOTON, MIAMI,
FLORIDA dlfl on th. "'
ember, A.D
ated un ler the pro Islons
eral oorporal ol [?**>
Klorlda. BAHAMAS ADVENT! RES,
INC a
MIAMI, l 'AI'I.
i ilNTY. in the Stati ol i
Ihe l [hold
notation ih:
ber \ i>. IW i s '
. try
State of Plot lila, i du s authet
resolution adopt, d b) the -

Ion Florida Statutes, showing the dis-
solution of such coruoratlon.
n ,w, therefor.-, the Secretary of
state doe* b) certlf) lo th*
going and th it he l* satlafli i thai the
lequlremenu of Ian hav* keen com-
''"'"In'Ivitni-ss WHBRBfjr, I have
hereunto sel mj hand an 1 have
affixed the Qreat Baal of the btate
of Florida, at Tallahasse.-. the
Capital, thi* the FIFTH day of
December, A.D
R. A CKAY.
(aeal) Becratarj of state
1J/J 00
SV
eff

0a
S/s
'. on s
s>
0ade Federal
Javings md Loan Association d Miami
Otit
'ttOftCf
S EXCEED 160
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9-Jewish ik^kUnt) _
Friday, December 9
UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF
THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH Of FLORIDA rami oa. isaac hirsh ever. Dm
meat and
poultry
JfMk
EAT MORE MEAT
^DECEMBER!
Protective-ly Yours
M Foifs line Kosher P"'**
is supplied bY FOOD FAIRS .
KOSHER POUimORFSSlHG PUNT..
curing MAXIMUM FRF.SHNF.SS,
KCtPTIOHAl QUALITY. .J W*.
VOW PRKtS-
This plant is under the rabbinical
supervision of the Orthodox Vaad
Hakashruth of Florida, Rabb,
Dr. Isaac Hirsh **, Director.
KOSHER-MMJE POULTM
RE^-FOR-THE-P^
CHICKEN PAWS
Breasts, Thighs, Wings,
Backs, Chicken Livers,
Chicken Fat,
Genuine Capons, Pullets,
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The Three Central Words of Chanuka
JewishFlaridian ^JSmS$^r
Of a Revolt for Freedom
December 9, 1960
Section C


IM

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id Chanuka Festival under the sponsor-
I of Israel Bonds is becoming a custom in
i York City. Twenty-thousand persons wil-
led the festival at Madison Square. Garden
[ year, featuring Inbal, incomparable dance
theatre of Israel. Key participants included Ed-
ward G. Robinson, Celeste Holm, Ed Sullivan,
Eartha Kitt, Nathan Milstein, Jan Peerce, Jen-
nie Tourel, and the New York Philharmonic
Symphony Orchestra.
By B. SCHOCHEN
On Chanuka, you say three
words, three words beginning
with M Maccabean, Modin and
Maraonh.
Maccabean why?
Because Judas Maccabeus is
the?1 hero of the story. He was the
leader of the Jewish revolt
at: iin-l Antiochus,
The origin of the term Macca-
!* is not definitely known. Some
de rive it from "makab," the He-
brew word for hammer. Others
sy it stems from the first letters
of the words "Mi Chamocha Bae-
linn Adonai," (Who is like unto
lhe?c. 0 Lord) which was the slo-
gan of the Maccabean revolt.
.Antiochus. the enemy of the
Je-ws. was so confident of victory
that he invited the slave mer-
er* ants to the battle scene. Those
Je-wswho were not killed, he ex-
pe-ctcd to sell into slavery.
But Judas Maccabeus turned the
ta ble on Antiochus. Instead of
th eir taking the Jews, the forces
of Antiochus took to their heels.
Trie slave merchants running
away from the scene of battle
JUOEA REGAINED ITS SOUL IN ONE OF THE GREAT UPHEAVALS IN HUMAN HISTORY
rar Against Hellenism: An Important Decision
__ .......... -. ii-nrurt of Hellenism. Jews
RABBt SAMUEL UME.N
year 168 B.C.E. is one of
most memorable in Jewish
Dry. The fate of Judaism de-
ded on the decision made by
nail band of Jews in that year.
it no time previously did Ju-
Ism confront a force which de-
irately set out to destroy it, as
ken it faced Hellenism, brought
|o the land by the successors of
nquerer Alexander the Great.
Jews were never afraid of new
bas. regardless of their source,
fcery novel idea which appealed
I them and which they borrowed
bm their neighbors, they assim-
tted, as a blood transfusion,
Ely for the refining, and re-in-
Krcing of their own.
IThe inroad of Hellenistic ideas
bto Jewish life on the other hand,
Jrved in two ways to precipitate
. decision made in 168 B.C.E.
lid by which Judaism was either
i reveal its value and potency or
de out of existence,
j First, Hellenism was not being
Iscriminately absorbed by Jews
t>r the enhancement of their out-
rok, but was rather imitated in
krery detail. This process of im-
hitation led to the weakening of
Judaism and the gradual emerg-
ence of a new but not improved
Pattern of behavior.
Second, Hellenism was at first
eft to displace Judaism by its
bwn appeal and penetration;
however, because Antiochus' de-
tire to hasten the program of
.lellenization, it was declared a
culture by decree, the official cul-
ture of the land. Hence, Judaism
Iras tried in two crucibles. One,
-jvhich was fashioned by the Jews
themselves, and the other which
Icame from the outside. On the
lone hand, Jews in substantial
[numbers weakened the faith of
Itheir fathers by adopting Hellen-
lism as their mode of life, and
on the other hand, the conquerer
[imposing this culture by force on
[the entire citizenry.
Even though it must be said in
[all fairness that Hellenism had
I much to offer in enriching Ju-
daism by its philosophy, drama,
poetry, architecture, and sports,
it at the same time lacked much
to make it completely desirable.
Mrs Charles Hymes (center), of Minneapolis, national president
of the National Council of Jewish Women, and Miss Hannah
Seln executive director, accept the 1960 William Ltate
Memorial Award horn Louis Stern, of Newark member of the
awards committee for the Council of ^ M""^
Welfare Funds. The award was presented to *^V""j*
educational and welfare organization at the recent CJFWF
general assembly in Detroit.
Observing t h e amphitheater
where human beings were done
to death for the amusement of
the blood thirsty mobs, the Jew
concluded, as Walter Pater did
centuries later, "what was need-
ed was the heart that would make
it impossible to witness all this;
and the future would be with the
forces that could beget a heart
like that."
Jewish culture developed just
such a heart and it is this heart
that made itself felt through the
heroic decision of the Hasmonean
family and a small group of
staunch supporters of the Torah
to free Israel from their Hellen-
istic enslavement.
War to the end was declared on
Hellenism. The battle lasted three
years. Judea regained her soul.
Judaism triumphed. Through the
aEes the Hasmonian vitctory is
commemorated in the home and
the svnagogue for eight days as
a festival of light and gladness.
a festival which does not espec-
ially pay homage to the leaders
of the battle, although their he-
roic feats of courage are not for-
impact of Hellenism, Jews today
fi nd themselves living in two cul-
tures, their own and that of their
environment. They have a choice
to malce. They can either turn to
trie majority culture for their pat-
tern of behavior and thereby com-
pletely lose their identity, indi-
viduality, and self-respect, or,
(Hey can absorb the finest ele-
nraents of the majority culture for
trie enhancement of their own
spiritual treasures, and thus re-
in ain true to themselves.
Living in two civilizations does
nt mean splitting one's person-
ality giving one half to each
i-ivilization and thus curtailing
trie one in favor of the other. It
in cans compounding the two
w ayi in such a manner as to be
a*>le to live in both of them si-
multaneously. Milton should not
carovnl out Yehuda Halevi. nor
Rialik displace Shelley. Just as
it is possible to be proficient in
two languages, so should it be
feasible to be at home in two civ-
il izations.
History has proved that cross-
fertilizations of civilizations leads
to an enhancement of cultural
litfe The age of Pericles, the Ren-
aisance, te eras of Chaucer and
snakespeare were all in no slight
Continued on Pfl 12-C
dropped their money belts, so the
Jews got that, too.
Judas Maccabeus then entered
the temple and cleansed it and
redc.Iieated it. Chanuka, the
word, means dedication.
\I Klin why do you say that
on Chanuka?
Banner of Revolt
Modin you say because the fam-
ily of the Maccabeans stems from
Modin. a fanner town thirty miles
northwest of Jerusalem.
It was there that the old Mat-
tathias with his five sons, includ-
ing Judas Maccabeus, lived.
It was there that Mattathias
tirst raised the banner of revolt,
when the agents of Antiochus ap-
peared and demanded that he set
the example and offer sacrifices
to the heathen gods.
His was the first Chanuka can-
dle that lit the other candles.
Modin today is probably not
much different than it was then.
Just a little rural settlement,
which comes to life every Chanu-
ka when pilgrimages are made
to the haunts of the old Macca-
bees.
Menorah why do you say say
that on Chanuka?
Menorah is associated with the
Maccabean revolt, partly be-
cause Antiochus had despoiled the
temple of its golden Menorah, and
Judas Maccabeus on recntering
the temple, rekindled the temple
lights. According to Josephus, the
seven lamps of the Menorah stand
for the seven planets. The Menor-
ah was the symbol of the Jewish
Legion in the First World War,
and the British veterans of the
Jewish Legion called their organ-
ization the Menorah Club. One
of Theodor Herzl's first Zionist
writings was a feuillcton telling
how a Jew who had been oblivious
of Jewish values acquired a Cha-
nuka Menorah and with that be-
gan his Jewish reeducation.
The biggest Jewish show in
America today is the annual Cha-
nuka Festival, staged under the
auspices of Israel Bonds. Jan
Peerce, the Metropolitan Opera
star who frequently graces the
festival, once sang in the choir
of an East Side synagogue along
with David Sarnoff.
The school of Shammai held
that all eight Chanuka candles are
to be lit the first night and di-
minished one by one each suc-
ceeding night, to teach the lesson
that the greatest glory is of the
past, but school of HUlel held the
reverse. One candle the first night
and another added each succeed-
ing dav. teaching the lesson that
the future is more glorious. And,
as always, it was Hillcls vieus
that won out in Jewish law.
gotten, but rather one which
stresses the value of light and
freedom of the soul.
Chanuka commemorates and
celebrates the first serious at-
tempt in history to proclaim and
champion the principle of religio-
cultural diversity in the nation.
The primary aim of the Macca-
bees was, as we have seen, to pre-
serve their own Jewish identity
and to safeguard for Israel the
possibility of continuing its tra-
ditional mission. Though inspir-
ed, however, by the particular
situation of their own people
their struggle was instinct with
universal implication. For what
was really being defended was the
principle that in a diversified so-
ciety the function of the state is
to embrace, not subordinate, the
various constituent cultures, and
that the complexion and charact- eaaema^i^^^
cr of the state must be determin- JewUjh A j ^ ,ribute to two leaders a its 22nd
ed bv a natural process of fusion naiional conference recently in New York Ctty. Gen
on the one hand and selection on ^amn Morris W. Berinstein (left) presents .live,: Men-
the other, and not by the arbitrary < cna, Cincinnati. O.. and Frederick B. For
imposition of a single pattern on ^ J^^y.; former Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, of
allL,keemoeurlS ancestors under the H-

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By RACHEL SORIN, D.D.S.
Many people don't realize that
a large part of the imported dia-
mond! in the United States come
from I-rael something like 60
million dollars yearly
After World War 1. diamonds
polished in Israel I then Palestine)
started to appear on the diamond
market in Antwerp. Belgium
They came in very small parcels
sent by pioneers in this field.
These pioneers were one-man
manufacturers who went through
a great deal of hardship, but stub-
bornly continued their work
Duriug and after World War II.
diamonds polished in Israel start-
ed to arrive in the United States
in large quanitiea. They are
known as the best made single-
cut and full-cut diamonds.
My husband, Hayim Sorin, was
one of the initiators of this new
industry in Israel, and helped im-
mensely in its development.
In September, 1939, as the Ger-
man Army invaded and occupied
Poland, we were residents of Bel-
gium. I, as a dentist, had my of-
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had his office for the export of
diamonds in Antwerp. I found a
copy of a letter written by my
husband to Mr. Menachem Usisch-
kin, then president of the Jewish
Ruwian-born Dr. Sorin is a grad-
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1917 ravoittMM and practiced in
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when -i.r CMiipcd lid France Spain
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Her hushand Havim Sunn also Rii<-
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Main Germany, Later a diamond
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The couple came here from \ew Tor\
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National Fund in Jerusalem. In
this letter, my husband explained
that a large part of the diamond
industry in Holland and Belgium
was operated by Jews.
The export of diamonds la a
field in which Jews participate
extensively because of their ex-
tended internaional connections.
If Hitler came into these coun-
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all Jews be in great danger and
their fortunes robbed, but also.
the industry would be completely
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develop the diamond industry j
Palestine."
At the time this letter ;
in Jerusalem, by sheer
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tar it) bis office, Mr. Ovtsi
Anas. iDMDder and mayor at I
city of Nathanya. Mr. Bail
was visibly excited when
about the new and very m
jag idea of establishing a dia
industry in the Hety City
rueolem He exelaimeri. J
alem docs not need diamonds
name is shining all over the i
by her history. My little
Nathanya. i.- like a poor
girl who needs nice jewelry I
hance her appearance: so;
permit me to contact Mr. Hjji
Sorin and handle this mi
Mr. Ben-Ami. is an merge
bra. born in Petach Tik\a. la
He is the founder of the no* I
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Sharon. His ambition wait*!
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Nathanya growing like Tel-
^iv, which was founded by M.
ff in 1910. Therefore, he
i.s in the constant process of in-
\vag newcomers and new tndus-
es to Nathanya. He visualized
new diamond industry as very
Lpropriate for his town About
end'ofOcrober, 1939, Mr. Sor-
received a cable in Antwerp
jm Mr. Ben-Ami, stating, "I am
ying to see you," and a few
ys later Mr. Sorin met Mr.
en-Ami who-said to him, "Let
star: the work "
Recruitment Begins
|The next day. Mr. Sorin's office
Antwerp began recruiting skill-
diamond workers for Pales-
le. Ben-Ami had a letter of in-
oduction from the High Commis-
ner in Jerusalem to the dia-
lond syndicate in London. It was
|ry important to make sure that
syndicate would supply the
rcessary rough diamonds to a
|w cutting center in a country
Iher than HbllatuPand Belgium.
len-Ami told my husband that he
Iso had a verbal promise from
\e High Commissioner, who was
personal friend, to supply all
ke special certificates for visas
r all skilled diamond workers
diamond dealers willing to im-
te to Palestine After a short
sit in Belgium, Ben-Ami left for
tendon.
[The following day, the office
Mr. Sorin in Antwerp was open
registration for those who
tre willing to go to Palestine,
was not easy to persuade the
diamond manufacturers to
fccept such an idea They did not
tnt to believe that Hitler and
army would invade Belgium,
ad some people said, "The may-
or other officials of the city
111 us that even if the Germans
pcupy Belgium, nothing bad will
Ippen to the Jews in this particu-
industry."
I The small manufacturer and
pe workers responded to the
I, however, and in April, 1940,
registration lists of all the
clievers, sawers. girdlers and pol-
ishers, a total of 250 men and
their families, was mailed to Ben-
Ami in Nathanya, with the request
that he send the promised immi-
gration certificates. Instead of
certificates, a cable arrived ad-
vising Mr. iiorm,iitti,alI the reg-
istration lists and all other rela-
tive information would have to be
forwarded to London for study
and approval by the British au-
thorities. This meant "no," but
for the small "no." the British
have many other words and dip-
lomatic expressions.
On Friday. May io. 1940. the
war against Belgium began. A
new cable arrived from Ben-Ami,
telling Mr. Sorin to go to the Brit-
ish Consulate in Brussels to se-
cure the visas for the diamond
workers. I went with my husband
to the Consul, who was very well
informed about this matter, but
we could not obtain any clear
and definite answer from him;
it was the usual diplomatic dou-
bletalk. We. therefore, had to tell
all the workers "Sauve qui peut."
"every one has to find his own
way of escape to save his life."
Some of the families who were
registered to go to Palestine,
found their own way out of Bel-
gium by fleewrg through France
and Spain to Portugal From
there, after obtaining visas to
Cuba or Brazil, they immigrated
to these countries and started
the diamond cutting industry.
Page 3-C
The Project Begins
A smaller number fled via
France to North Africa and from
there, by foot or automobile, and
without British certificates or
visas, they were smuggled into
Palestine as so-called "illegal"
immigrants. They developed the
diamond industry in Nathanya.
the small town located midway
between Tel Aviv and Haifa.
By 1942, some 4.000 people were
busy in this industry in Palestine.
By 1945, as the war ended, their
number was already close to 6,-
000. The export of almost all the
production went to the United
States, and a part of it to the
neutral countries. The diamonds
made in Palestine acquired a rep-
utation for having fine precision
cut and polish. As the waf ended,
and Belgium was liberated, the
Belgium government began to
rebuild its industries in general.
It also wanted to renew the dia-
mond industry which had been
completely ruined by the German
occupation, but the government
could not find Jewish workers and
exporters because those who had
remained in Holland and Belgium
had been, for the most part, de-
ported and murdered by the Ger-
mans.
So the government sent a min-
ister and special delegation to
New York, Havana, Rio de Ja-
neiro and to Nathanya to invite
the Jewish diamond workers and
dealers back to Antwerp, offer-
ing them many financial and com-
mercial facilities. Simultaneous-
ly, they asked the big syndicate
in London to stop delivering the
rough diamonds to all the tempor-
ary diamond centers. The syndi-
cate was advised that if it did
not comply with this demand,
their diamond shipments from
their Congo mines to the syndi-
cate in London would be halted.
I remember that, at this time,
a cable arrived from Ben-Ami in
Nathanya to my husband, asking
for his opinion on the future of
the diamond industry in Pales-
tine. The answer was, "Don t
worry, friend Jacob; whatever
may happen to other centers, the
Palestine diamond manufactur-
ing will continue and will flour-
ish." And it so happened that all
the factories in Cuba and Rio de
Janeiro had to close. The cutting
factories in New York stopped
polishing diamonds less than 1-4
carat in size, and so the number
of workers there decreased 75 per-
cent. In Israel, the labor contin-
ued normally, and limited cutting
to small diamonds, single and full
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Jabotinsky's Vision of a Viable Israel
By MENACHEM BEGIN
The Dimmer of 5.700. in the civ-
il year Ol LMO Tot the -econd
time in half a jubilee of rears, the
lights were dimmed in Europe.
Bill H was upon Israel that the
blackest of nights defended,
when 3 (to a%> Ban no) leak to
overwhelm, but to annihilate,
plunged thousands upon lb >"-
and> of bracTl sons into the dir-
est straits and oppressed Hum.
enslaved them and tortured them,
making them H dust in their live.
ard ashes in their death.
In those days, a blood-strangled
cry such a* had not been heard
! created man. and man
cleft the heavens.
And in the midt of this cry there
from the ghettoes and the
forests s shu lde
ing of despair Whj did at "''
listen to Jabotin Bt-i
when the masse- of the Houl
I n the brink of the
ipice, he had appeared before
them not as a prophet of ca-
tastrophe, but as a herald of sal-
vation, as a guide to safety
Before them all he exerted him-
self mightily to re-cue them from
the abyss in order to lead them
in advance of the two-edged
haven of safety. But they, misled
haven of safety. But they misled
by their leaders, took no notice
And later, in their anguish, they
remembered and cried out and
there was no longer anyone to
answer them.
This article mar^j the 80th annt-
versary of tht noted Rrvmonut lead-
er Ze ev (Vladomr) JabotinJ(-'
Around /abotiniI(\ has tu'irled a mael-
strom of controversy, both during his
life at after hi death. The author
of tht article. Menachem Begin is.
himself, a principal center of conten-
turn in hn capacity as leader of Is-
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The 29th of Tammuz. 5700
corresponding to the 3rd of Au-
gust. 1940. On that day. while the
caged and subjected masses rais-
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the great heart, satuated with
love and anxiety, were stilled,
and those eyes that had seen bet-
ter than those of any other man
of his generation, were closed for-
ever.
For us. for his disciples who
had learned a doctrine from his
lips, who had poured out witsj
on his hands, who had accimti-|
nied him in his wanderings mil
seen him in his tribulations, ttl
had been Rosa Betar, president,!
commander, teacher.
But above all. he was the au|
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first thought that entered our in-
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with him. How could we live with-1
out him? How eould ue find Jhi
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pay in the valley of the shadow
death? Could we ever again
the flag? Would we know
ow to save the nation, to liberate
(Is land, to give it a state, free-
in, honor? Thus we posed ques-
nF*t6"ourscIve in our orphan
lood.
But and in this there emerged
e Immeasurable loftiness of his
-aturefor forty years Jabotinsky
Iky had labored, raised up guided,
Established and fashioned a gen-
eration of successors, of those
ho would accomplish according
> his vision that of a militant
eliever, a dissident rebel.
Tragic Personality
Thus, he fashioned the genera-
lion of those who would follow,
not only through the richness of
his thoughts, with the fruit of his
pen and the words of his mouth,
but. principally, by the example
M his life. And therefore, in spite
_of the death of the man of hope
(in those days of destruction and
Isubjugation, hope was not lost,
Ibut the deed was accomplished
[according to his command,
[through the inspiration of his spir-
it that deed of liberation and re-
demption, in war, in faith, in dis-
[sidence and redeeming rebellion.
There are those who say and
[those who write even today
[that Ze'ev Jabotinsky was a
I -tragic personality." What lack
of understanding this implies
i concerning the processes of his-
[tory and the tasks of those who
I set them in motion. Was Mazzini,
father of the Italian vision of lib-
eration and unity who, with ev-
ery fibre of his being, opposed
the regime which was set up in
his liberated country, a tragic
figure? Was Garibaldi, who al-
most all the days of his life fought
for the liberation of bis Mother-
land from the foreign yoke, and
ended his life on a small island
as a lonely and deserted man a
tragic figure? Was Lincoln, who
went into an action that revolted
his soul civil war only to
fall victim to an assassin's bullet
after he had proclaimed the lib-
eration of the slaves, a tragic fig-
ure?
Every one of Mazzini's pleas
W hncwn by the children flflt-
aly, and they will be known by
their children's children for all
generations. Every one of Gari-
baldi's orders, from the days of
the besieged Roman Republic un-
til the sailing of approximately
1.000 volunteers in two shattered
vessels past Marsala and Palermo
to eternity, are known and will
be remembered' by the sons of
Italy throughout all their genera-
tions. And every sentence of the
Gettysburg address is engraved
not only on tablets of marble, but
on the tablets of the hearts of
the citizens of America.
And like them, so Jabotinsky
is to us, to our people. Like Maz-
zini. bearer of the vision of free-
dom: like Garibaldi, fighter for
freedom; like Lincoln, the man
who abolished slavery.
He is no tragic personality. He
is an eternal and conquering per-
sonality. He suffered, was afflict-
ed and fell before his eyes could
see the first fruits of our redemp-
tion. But he lives and is victori-
ous. And every one of his deeds
and every one of the fundament-
als of his doctrine will be known
to the children of Israel from gen-
eration to generation, and they
will still be studied and taught
by the children of Israel through-
out their generations. For "ver-
itas vincit," truth conquers. There
is no power that can halt its
march.
The man whose deeds and
achievements are these the Le-
gion, the vision of the Hebrew
State which he preached despite
all who opposed and rejected it,
the idea of the Hebrew Army,
which he cherished and which
came to the realization, despite
all those who scorned and mock-
ed; a liberating revolt which pav-
ed the way to redemption for the
nation a man who acted thus
and taught thus, what has he in
common with the "tragedy"
which some are seeking to as-
cribe to him?
Victory of Truth
The tragedy of his epoch is not
Jabotinsky's, but of the people
who did not hear the voice of the
prophet of truth, and who went
and not for the first time in
their history after the false
prophets, and paid a price so
bloody that even their previous
suffering satuated history had not
known the like of it.
The tragedy is of those lost and
misleading leaders, who made us
after a terrible tragic delay
of fragments of his ideas, seg-
ments or his thought, but even
today are not ready to acknow-
ledge their origin, but are trying
to turn the copy into the original.
But will it avail them? For there
is nothing more certain, more
real, eventually, than the victory
of truth.
And, apart from Herzl, is there
anyone else in our age who has
gone to his eternal rest and is yet
living a full spiritual life, a re-
vivifying life, like Ze'ev Jabotin-
sky?
Yes, it is true. At the beginning
of the revolt, 1 said to a dear
friend that when 1 gave the order
it was as if I heard the voice of
Rosh Betar commanding me to
give it; and that is how we all
felt as if he had said to us
"Arise sons of my dreams and my
pupils. Fight for our people and
our country."
Under his guidance, even after
his death, we carried out the re-
volt. And he continues to live. As
a writer lives not only in his writ-
ings but especially in those who
read them, so the teacher lives
not only in his doctrine but in his
pupils who achieve it. who bear
it aloft, who believe in its com-
plete fulfillment, who are faith-
ful to him unconditionally and un-
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Maimonides' Thirteen
of Faith
By DR. ERNEST PHILIP
From Mux- till Moms there
arose rone like tfRlO^Ho-'*^',"* was
p. rerdiet on Moses Mai-
rm.mde* '11351204'. the most in-
fluential Jewiafe thinker in the
Middle Ages He as not only a
great physician, uho>e services
re eagerly sought alter by
kings and emperor-, but also a
brilliant expound* r of Judaism,
a renowned ph with
viev. lar al h.- time*, a
man of gnat kindness and geft-
tkn. --
A native of Cordoba (Spam),
he and his family had to fie* IV
city because of the onrushing
Almohades. They went to *' then to varioui Spanish centers
until, alter more wandering, more
trials, more adventures, the lam-
ily found rest and security in
Egypt.
Only 23. Maimonides, always
an eager, brilliant scholar, start-
ed his critical commentary on
Ibe Mishnah while studying med-
icine. Shortly after having be-
come a physician, he was named
court physician to Sultan Saladin
of Egypt, a position he held to the
end of his life. He died an idol
of the people and mourned by the
whole world.
Besides his "Guide for the Per-
plexed." written for men who
wished to place their faith upon
a rational basis, he wrote his
'Sirah," a brilliant commentary
on the principles of Judaism, the
essence of which is expressed in
the 13 articles, which became the
authoritative creed of the Jewish
faith.
What do these 13 dogmas say?
I believe with perfect faith
that the Creator, blessed be His
name, is the Author and Guide
of everything that has been
created and that He alone has
made, does make, and will
make all things.
Zino Francescatti is received by Israel President Ben-Zi ||
lowing the presentation to him of the insignia of a comrxafl
commander of the Israel Army in recognition of his couraqeoal
insistence on remaining in Israel during the fighting with Eqrtl
in 1956 to complete his concert schedule.
I believe with perfect faith
that the Creator, blessed be his
name, is a Unity and that
there is no unity in any manner
like unto His. and that He alone
is our God who was, is and will
be.
1 believe with perfect faith
that the Creator, blessed be His
name, is not a body, and that Ha
i> free from all the accidents of
matter, and that He has not any
form whatsoever.
I believe with perfect faith
tliat the Creator, blessed his His
name, is the first and the last.
I believe with perfect laith
that the Creator, blessed bt I
Name, and to Him alone it m
to pray, and that it is not.
to pray to any being beside 1
1 believe with perfect
that all the words of the
are true.
I believe with perfect _
that the prophecy of Moses,
teacher, peace be unto his;, |
true, and that he was the
of the prophets, both of those I
preceded and those that folli
him.
I believe with perfect
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Fantastic Story About Chanuka Gelt
By SARAH JECHIEL
(>ychester Jews loved their
bbi. and great were the lam-
Itions when he passed on.
|Ve shall never find one so
declared tyr. Goldberg,
! Mr. Hyman added: "Nor one
Dlerant.*'
dv Chester was not an Ortho-
community in any sense of
word, but to call it Liberal
Progressive would have been
pidered a grave insult. Most
i!e were opposed to any kind
formal reform, because "once
started, where would it all
?" as Mr Jacobs would say
for business reasons, could
er come to shul on Shabbos.
lYue, true," Mr. Kalb would
rm. He kept a strictly kosher
Isc and only ate trefa when
Ing out. And Mr. Bloom, who
Heed his car on Shabbos two
piets away from the synagogue,
i decidely of the same opinion.
Lnd into this community fate
pt Rev. Frumkin, the strict-
and most uncompromising of
sisters, to occupy the vacant
It.
light from the start, he devot-
himself with missionary zeal
[the betterment of his flock,
bbos after Shabbos he ttiund-
t<\ from his pulpit about the in-
pities of Goychester. He knew
erything: v.ho brought trefa
eat, who cooked on Shabbos,
ho attended football matches,
jio parked his car round the cor-
r, and who kept the shop open.
anic broke out among the
|ws of Goychester. Poor Mr.
om had to search for a much
tre discreet place for his Shab-
; conveyance, and the kosher
itcher actually gained two or
ree new customer-, though his
eaks were known to be rather
lugh.
The shops and market stalls
Imained open. After all, you
Ephraim R. Gomberg (seated center) displays the award pre-
sented him by B'nai B'rith Youth Commission for "historic serv-
ices to the nation and its youth." He served as executive di-
rector of the White House Conference on Children and Youth
last spring. Congratulating him are elected leaders of B'nai
B'rith youlh groups from throughout the nation.
have to live. And man can't live
on bread alone a bit of smoked
salmon makes all the difference.
"What's on your mind, Reb
Frumkin?" ventured old Mr. Kra-
witz, who had the habit of pre-
fixing everybody's surname with
"Reb."
In reply, the minister mumbled
something that sounded like
"Chanukagelt." He looked like a
man in a dream, then, suddenly
waking up. he dashed across the
hall, leaving old Mr. Krawttz
quite bewildered.
"Chanukagelt." the old man re-
peated, "but surely that was set-
tled in committee ages ago. Each
child was to get a sixpence and
a bag of sweets just the same
as in previous years." He told the
story with some concern to other
members of the committee and
they all decided that Rev. Frum-
kin had been overworking.
But what Rev. Frumkin meant
was not the children's Chanuka-
gelt. For next day the local pa-
per published on the front page
a photograph of Rev. Frumkin
and above it the caption: "Jewish
Minister Wins $4,300 on Football
Pools"'
The story underneath described
how Rev. Frumkin had forecast
correctly the outcome of the foot-
ball matches played on the prev-
ious Saturday. He might have
won $75,000, but as there were
other correct guesses, the prize
had to be shared out among all
the winners.
This was a bombshell! The
saintly Rev. Frumkin to enrich
himself through an activity that
took place on a Sabbath.
Goychester Jews rose like one
man. The Sabbath breakers, the
trefa eaters, the synagogue ab-
stainers, all defended hotly the
sanctity of Sabbath, most of all
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4
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m
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Jewish War Veterans director Joseph Barr
(right), administrator Charles Krieger (second
from right), and Jessie C. Gneshin. Auxiliary
director (left), accept awards in behalf of all
JWV Posts and Auxiliaries from the Jewish Na-
tional Home for Asthmatic Children. Making
the presentation is Steven Schwartz 'center)
and his mother. Mrs. George Schwartz, of Sil-
ver Springs. Md. Steven is one of the Home's
recent "graduates." The presentation cites.
JWV for the organization's "adoption" of
asthmatic children as a special philanthropy.
Gen. Pershing and His Fighting Soldiers
By BERNARD POSTAL
Once, a! an American Legion
convention in the early 1920s, the
late Sam Dreben. known as "the
fighting Jew" because of his valor
in the Philippine insurrection, the
Boxer Rebellion and World War
I. tried to crash a banquet. Two
husky Marine sentries halted the
Russian born and Texas raised
soldier of fortune who had fought
in Mexico. Venezuela, and Nica-
ragua, and informed mm. none
too gently, "only generals allow-
ed."
Dreben was asking how come
when a band struck up. "Hail to
the Chief." as Gen. John J. Persh-
ing, Marshal Foch. Gen. Diaz,
and Adm. Beatty entered the ho-
tel. Dreben snapped to attention.
Pershing spotted Dreben. stop;**
and said to Marshal Foch "G
eral, I'd like you to meet one
my finest soldiers." Seeing ua
French decorations Dreben won
(his awards also included medils I
from the U. S.. Italy and M-
gium), Foch embraced him. Thea,
as the sentries blinked in amur- j
ment. Pershing and Foch linW
arms with Dreben and martha)
Sincere Holiday Greetings
from Leo Huberman
NORMANDY
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Phone UN 6-4811
Chanuka Greetings to All
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Alma
Hfauty Salon
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iii:th webkb
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Friday, December 9. I960
into the room reserved for -gen-
erals only."
Ex-Ser8eant Edward rjohn, one
of the American servicemen' who
remained in France after World
War I, was Pershing's war-time
orderly. Whenever Pershing came
to France after the war, he and
Cohn got together and fought the
war all over again. Despite the
difference in rank, a genuine
friendship grew up between the
two men. Sgt. Harry Epstein, a
former New Yorker who settled
in Arizona, was Pershing's war-
time mess sergeant.
Up to World War II. Gen. Persh-
ing had under his command the
largest body of Jewish soldiers
of all time. Serving under him in
France during World War I were
more than 150,000 American Jews
whose religious and morale needs
brought into being the National
Jewish Welfare Board in 1917.
I Responding to a Rosh Hashona
greeting in 1917 from Col Harry
Cutler, then president of JWB,
Pershing cabled these words!
"The stirring message of greet-
ings from the National Jewish
Welfare Board is much appreci-
ated by the American Expedition-
ary Forces. The constant support
and cordial assistance of our
brothers of the Jewish faith and
the thought that all creeds are
united under one banner gives
courage to our Army and urges
us on to victory."
At Jhe close of World War I, in
an of/ieial message to Col. Cutler,
Cen. Perching expressed to JWB
his praise for "the splendid serv-
ices" American Jewry bad ren-
dered through JWB to the AEF.
In that message, Pershing said
"the activities of your organiza-
tion in France commenced in
the summer of 1918, with the op-
ening of a clubroom in Paris to
which American soldiers, irrespec-
tive of creed, were welcomed.
Handicapped by lack of personneh
and facilities, your representa-
tives, during the remaining
* Jewish ftcridirtr
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WHEREVER THEY GO!
Welter* L^JT ,sl\*ganiZa,1ns 0n local Na,ional ^wish
wSrStfX* 522? ?erV1C6S Commi,,ees work hand-in-hand
U? "SO throughout the year, which operates 207 units in the
US. andI 22 overseas. JWB is involved in the overseas pro-
Ka^nafzor11'' ^^ "^ "^ *"* and
months of hostilities, did valuable
work among the soldiers of the
Jewish faith and others, taking
advantage of the opportunities
offered by the larger welfare
agencies to keep our soldiers in
touch with their religion and their
homes.
"Since the signing of the arm-
istice you have grasped the op-
portunity for increased recrea-
tional facilities, and have increas-
ed your personnel, opened addi-
tional club rooms at important
centers, and shown a commend-
able eagerness to cooperate with
the Army and the other welfare
societies and to bear your full
share of the responsibility for
keeping up this important work
until all troops can be returned to
America."
Pershing's appraisal of the Jew-
ish fighting men under his com-
mand and his vigorous support
of Jewish reconstruction in post-
World War I Europe were ex-
pressed in a now forgotten speech
he made on Dec. 5, 1926 before
a great meeting of Catholics, Prot-
estants and Jews in New York's
Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
Continued en Pag* 1S-C
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52 Ali Babe Ave.
MU 8-4531
Op.e. A.M. lo 5:90 P.M.
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'-
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ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION
Phone OX 1-5400 2581 NW 72nd ST.
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CLARENCE W. WILLIAMS, General Manager 3
COMMERCIAL MAN'S HOME ?
Phone FR 9-2481 ""
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, All fine quality Imported FOOD and CANDIES
- At Reasonable Price*. '
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+Jewish fhrfdbtn
Friday, December 9, I960
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Phone FR 4-5412 Miami
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BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLY
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228 NE 59th Street
Miami Downtown Store
134 NE 1st Ave.
Miami Beach Store
1608 Washington Ave.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CARIBBEAN MODES. Inc.
255 SW 8th STREET
FR 7-1571
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All Aluminum Windows
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Miami, Florida
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SERVICE, Inc.
5700 NE 2nd AVENUE
Phone PL 4-2692 Miami 37, Fla.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
EARL LONG'S
Colonial Certified Meats
WHERE THE BEST COST LESS
RETAIL AND CATERING TO HOME FREEZERS
1831 Ponce de Leon, C. G.
HI 5-3330
Holiday Greetings
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Transfer & Storage Co.
SMALL JOBS OUR SPECIALTY
200 NW 1st AVE. FR 1-4271
The Heated Debate Over Released Time
H9uo*r cKiniNGS ro Ml .
UAH PKST tOXTROL
10870 N.E. 6th AVENUE Phone PL 4-4963 or PL 9-2534
By SOL RABKfN
Sociologists and nuclear pnysi-
cists, ainona others, have a uum-
uage all their own. Because of
that, they sometimes have trouble
communicating their ideas to peo-
ple. So. too. do lawyers. Bear with
me. I've been a lawyer for twenty
four vears.
The title above is a little flashy
and vayue. it could have been
"Release! Time Programs and
the Concepts of Equal Protection
of the Law as defined in the Ev-
erson McCollum and Zorach
Cases Lawyers don't really IM
legalism- to obfuscate or bewild-
er. They use them as a form of
shorthand, ft help get complicat-
ed thoughts across quickly to oth-
er lawyers
The subject of released time,
and its legal implications, are
often discussed in the language of
the lawyer This is unfortunate
both subject and implications
should be understood by all Amer
icans. They affect considerably
more than a million school chil-
dren. Plus their parents and
teachers. Plus their communities
where tempers often rise high on
the issues. Plus some basic
American principle.
So before I get to cases, let me
define, as simply as I can, some
of the isssues and terms involved.
Released Time: A system of
providing religious instruction for
public school children, to "reach
the unreached with religious ed-
ucation." It started in Gary. Ind .
in 1913. and was originally used
mainly by Protestants. In the
original version, the public schools
had no hand in the conduct of the
Tin* article b\ Sol Rabbin noted
ehsert cr o| tlie American fWiWl
UtfU flTM appeared hi the Octubf
IVAii lama of The ADL Bulletin, of-
ficial ei;.i'i p| die Aiili-Df/amaliiMi
League of B nat B nth.
Phone PL 8-7693
TARR'S
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LAWN SfWVICE
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SOL DAVIS
239 FIFTH STREET
MIAMI REACH
LESTER'S
VILLAGE BARBER SHOP
(formerly of Hollywood 6>ch Hotel!
I)n4r New Ownership
IfSTH RAHISE
170 NE 96rh STREET
MIAMI SHORES
OPEN DAIIY 30 to P.M.
Phone PL 1-9454
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL!
LEATHER WORLD,
INC.
339 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
For Holiday Gifts .
Luggage ft Leather Goods
The number of college-age young men and women from the
newer African and Asian nations enrolled this year in Israel s
institutions of higher learning has already passed the 500
mark. Many of these students are enrolled at the Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, where they are studying
engineering and architecture. Beda Jonathan Amuli, of Tan-
ganyika, is shown with Yehuda Eden, dean of the Technion,
as he prepares to enter his freshman class. Amuli. who is
studying Hebrew while he is in Israel, is an architecture major.
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology receives a major part
of its support in the United States from the American Technion
Society.
church classes; in turn, children
received no public school credit
for attending them. Today, at
least a dozen states have adopted
legislation authorizing such class-
es; almost all states have some
communities in which a released
time plan of some kind is in opera-
tion. Children are released from
public school for periods ranging
from thirty minutes to two hours
weekly. Most released times .class-
es are held during the closing por-
tion of the school day.
Mjr Interpretatiens
Legal Background: The First
Amendment to the Constitution
provides that "Congress shall
make no law respecting an estab
lishment of religion, or prohibit
ing the free exercise thereof
. ." These are imperishable, all-
important words; they make
clear the American idea of separ
ation of church and state. But two
major interpretations (and man*
minor ones) are given to this Ian
gupge. According to some, it
means that:
- The State may not prefer one
religion over ethers. It must treat
all religious groups equally The
State has no duty beyond that; it
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sasa
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Friday. December 9, i960
is not required to protect free-
dom from religion." or the rights
of the irreligious.
And according to others it
means that:
' The toUjnust.*Mn#ji ohi-
pletely neutral not only among
the different religions but also
between the religious and the ir-
religious.
Proponents of each interpreta-
tion look for their sanction in var-
ious U.S. Supreme Court decis-
ions on the subject. People who
hold to the second interpretation
usually cite these cases:
Everson and McCollum: Until
1948, many released time classes
were held in public classrooms.
Then a court test was made of this
practice in Champaign. 111., where
released time classes were inte-
grated with the school program,
and held on school premises dur-
ing school hours by teachers pro-
vided by the various religious de-
nominations. In the McCollum
Case, the Supreme Court struck
down this practice. "Separation
means separation, not something
less (Separation) is one of
the vital reliances of our Constitu-
tional system for assuring unities
among our people stronger than
our diversities. It is the Court's
duty to enforce this principle in
iU full integrity," said the con-
curring opinion of Justice Felix
Frankfurter.
In the Everson Case, the Court
said that "no tax in any amount,
large or small, can be levied to
rapport any religious activities or
institutions, whatever they may be
called, or whatever form they
may adopt to e,ach or. practice
religijm ..." The Everson Cace
concerned the use of public funds
to transport children to parochial
schools.
Zarach Case
The supporters of released time
interpret these decisions as nar-
rowly as possible saying that all
^Jenistifhridriatf)
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bodv of Refa 1 A Amer,Ca" Hebrew Congregations, parent
timpYrnLf .JUdaiSn),ln ,he wes,ern hemisphere, prepare
Dtecemln? wl,h,miCr,ilni f frecas,s for ^year 2*000 for
fw? T lnvne,Wl^"eXpanded Us,ory House of Living Juda-
on thP 2SI l?t Cl,y,/mong those who made predictions
Sf rlfeinn ,nl ho,T^d' ,he P"P* <* Peace and vitality
Tnvft m v21,3' C0eD^ry Were Sen- 'ocob K
oreSn 7 Jrk, ^bbi Vawice N' Eiwndrath. UAHAC
pres.dent; and Max L. Koeppel. chairman of the building com-
mittee and development fund for American Judaism
they do is bar religious classes on
public school premises or bar the
use of tax money for religious
purposes.
Zorach Case: Proponents of re-
leased time are more apt to quote
this position of the Supreme
Court. In the Zorach case, the
Court found nothing at all wrong
with a released time program in
which children who elected to
have religious education were al-
lowed to leave early to go to re-
ligious classes off school prem-
ises. In the majority opinion, Jus-
tice William 0. Douglas noted that
"we are a religious people whose
institutions presuppose a Supreme
Being."
He said that when the State en-
courages religious instruction, it
is respecting the religious nature
of our people; that when ft coop-
erates with religious authority by
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"adjusting the schedule of public
events to sectarian needs, it is
merely accommodating public
service to spiritual needs."
AH the decisions, all the argu-
ments are in favor of a principle
of equal treatment for all groups.
The question is: what does equal
treatment mean?
The experiences of the indus-
trial city of Woonsocket, R.I.,
give an idea of the dimensions of
the problem. Woonsocket's re-
leased time program formerly op-
erated during the last hour of the
school day, once a week. About
80 percent of Woonsocket is Cath-
olic, about one percent Jewish,
the rest Protestant. In-1956, Cath-
olic leaders suggested a change.
They noted that the first hour of
the school day is educationally the
most valuable: why not shift the
Continued en Page 13-C
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Friday. December 9. lgjQ
^f^est (AJishcs for
r^a\f <_J~l. ^/Vlonscll
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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Phone FB 4-9MI
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A Fantastic Story About Chanuka Gelt
Continued from Pat* 7-C
the persecuted football fans.
When the first wave of indigna-
tion subsided, the community be-
came divided.
One section, headed by Mr
Greenberg. claimed that a win of
$4,000 was a great mazzel for
anyone, whereas Mr Wolfson and
supportors were of the opinion that
it was nothing but "rachmones"
to make an all-correct forecast,
meriting $75,000, and then find
that 20 other chachomim had the
same idea, and get a paltry
$4,300.
Other factions debated heated-
ly the religious and moral impli-
cations of Rev. Frumkin's deed,
and while some claimed that fill-
ing football coupons was an inno-
cent sport, others declared uncom-
promisingly it was nothing but
gambling, unseeming for any de-
cent fellow, let alone a clergyman
and a Jewish one at that.
It was also never settled how
far Shabbos was violated, as the
coupons had been filled before
Shabbos, but the matches played
on Shabbos itself.
Only old Mr. Krawitz chuckled
good-naturedly: "C'hanukagelt in-
deed. Oh well, good luck to
him ."
Rev. Frumkin was not at home
to visitors. A few days later, a
letter from London reached the
chairman of the school commit-
tee, asking for a leave of absence
on "medical grounds."
He never returned to Goychest-
ter, knowing full well that his
reign was over. Some people said
that he could not cope with the
many requests for tuition in the
art of filling football coupons.
Slowly. GoycheMer settled back
to normal. Mr. Bloom parks his
car again in his favorite place
on Shabbos it saves him a lot
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Alan M. Stroock (right), chairman of the board of directors of
the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, presents a scroll
to Robert Samoff (left), board chairman of the National Broad-
casting Company, at the opening telecast of the "Eternal
Light's" tenth season on NBC-TV. The presentation was made
following the recent telecast of "Pages from the Talmud" on
Nov. 6.
of walking. And the kosher butch-
er lost his new customers. His
steaks were too tough after all.
The post of a minister is still
vacant in Coy cheater, and they
are in no hurry to fill it.
As Mr. Goldberg lays: "We
shall never find one so wise as
the old rabbi," and Mr. Hyman
adds sadly, "Nor one so tolerant."
Historic Decision of Chanuka
C*ntinu*d from Paaa 1-C
measure the consequence of the
meeting of various civilizations.
The Chanuka lights speak softly
and confidently the promise of
victory to the brave, free, inde-
pendent souls who under test and
trial choose to remain true to
themselves, 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.
Best Wishes tor the Holidays
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754 N.E. 79th Street
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Best Wishes for the Holidays .
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
C. H. ERVIN
HEATING & VENTILATING
5301 N.W. 35th COURT
NE 3-2964 NE 4-6216
MEMBER o FlORiDA HOME HEATING INSTITUTE. INC.


Friday, December 9, I960
+Jenisli Flcrid/an
The Heated Debate Over Released Time
Page 1JC
of
Cor1inufifrm
fWf)
P.* 11-C ,t defended the decWp to stdp re*'
released time from the last hour '*ased t,me She saiS that despite
the boards vote, religion classes
vLc,"ld still be held after 2:15 0m
d*y to tit^*,i
rprotPW
posed by frole^ ants and Jews.
....|M[W.i I!' -^ ^:U; '" S"" nc" nel'1 af^r 2:15 ,
she raised some of the basic ob-
jections to a released time pro-
gram: it rarely maoages to give
equal treatment to children of dif-
ferent religious groups. For ex-
ample when 40 percent of the Chil-
dren left the.public school to at-
tend religion tlaSMS, the remain-
ing 60 percent went on with their
instruction. The 40 t>ercsnt who
had left "were thu deprived of
some of the public sehool educa-
tion.
They explained that they could
i >l coatinue to participate in the
klMsccHime program if the hour
were shifted. They could not ar-
range for religious teachers dur-
inghibe ftast ho:ir, nor would they
haye access to religious class-
roftnte, The Woonsocket School
Cunmittfee nevertheless decided
to make the shift to the first hour.
Bath-' Jews and smaller Protestant
MCtshad to withdraw from the
released time program for lack
ol facilities. Because they had in-
'ltn>IHy of access to facilities.
they also-,'suffered inequality of
ireainvtat.
Different Reactions
The same request was made in
in. R.I., where Catholic
grtHiTW requested that the releas-
ed time period be switched from
1 p.m.. on Monday, the Ian pe-
riod of the school day, to 8:30
a m.. on Wednesday, the first pe-
riod. This time the public school
committee reacted differently.
Rather than engage in communi-
ty controversy over a religious is-
sue, it voted to end the released
time program altogether.
The pastors of the town's three
churches argued with this decis-
ion. One pastor said that "this
is not, nor should it be, a religious
issue. No clergyman has formally
opposed the program." He urged
hU congregation to show its inter-
est "in a c|LrnvChristian and wise
manner*VfttWat our school board
. will know how the majority
of the good people of Lincoln feel
about this opportunity of which
we are being deprived."
A member of the school board
In an effort to avoid this pi-fall
the schools had tried to schedule
released time periods at the same
time as school club periods. This
brought anotheV objection: that
children attending religious class-
es would miss out on the cfub ac
tivities. And so the problems mul-
tiply with no one really satis-
field.
The decision in the McCollum
case is now being put to a test
in Dunkirk. N.Y. Released time
classes had been held there on
public school premises, and the
New York State Board of Educa-
tion ordered that they be stopped.
But the Dunkirk school superin-
tendent said, the order did not ap-
ply. He said that the Dunkirk
Council of Churches and local
Catholic pastors had asked for re-
leased time not for purposes
of religious instruction but to
conduct "character and ethical
guidance courses" in special
classes at the school.
"As far | rrn concerned,'* he
said, "these classes are no differ-
ent from what the Hi-Y and Tri-
Hi-Y groups have been doing in
our schools for years and no
one has cried 'constitution' about
them."
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MR. AND MRS. CARL KAPLAN, Administrators
But Ihepastor of a local Meth-
odist church, a released time
teacher, said: 'It may be possi-
ble for others'18'le'tth 'character
and ethical guidance, but I can-
not. Specifically. I am teaching a
course on the Bible, and if that
Isn't religion, I don't know what
is."
The questions remain unanswer-
ed. How can all religious groups
be assured of equality under a re-
leased time program? Many
states have authorized released
'""" *'* bv p'ntote. if equal
treatment is to have meaning,
should not these states help the
smaller sects which cannot afford
nearby off-school facilities and
teachers? But wouldn't this clear-
Ij violate the Zorac-h decision
and the Constitutional ban on the
use of public funds for sectarian
religious purpose?
Should the state permit a shift
in time as in Woonsocket
because it is "educationally de-
sirable," even though the effect
is to deprive some of the religious
groups of the chance for equal
participation?
And when are "character and
ethical guidance courses' done
for reasons of character and eth-
ics and when are they done
for religious instruction?
The people who favor released
time, and those who oppose it,
operate from a position of faith
and conviction. Almost inevitably,
most of these questions will be
decided by the courts, in legal
language. But meanwhile many
of the problems raised by released
time will be discussed and argu-
ed by many people not in the
lofty language of the law but
often in voices raised in anger
and heat.
A Happy Chanuka to All
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Rl Estate Appraiser Consultant
307 Ainsley Bid?.
Phone FR 1-1639
Season's Greetings to Our
Many Friends and Patrons
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BALDWIN
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PH0NI FR 44181
040 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
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572 N.E. 125th Street
PLoaa 4-8472
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Best Wishes for a
HAPPY CHANUKA
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PHONE NE 5-4437
To Our Many Jewish friends on the Occasion of the Holidays
Wt Sincerely Offer Our Very Good Wishes
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Friday, December 9, iggn
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
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OX 1-7900
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LITTLE RIVER RECREATION
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WHERE ALL SPORTS MEET
JIMMY ROBINSON
351 N.E. 79th Street
PL 4-5314
TO ALL GREETINGS .
THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC.
GENERAL INSURANCE
II. II. WOODSMALL, JR.
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2*29 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI, FlOtlOA
Maimonides' Thirteen Articles of Faith
Continued from Page 4-C
that the whole Law, now in our
possession, i> the tame that was
given tO MOSM our I eat -her. peace
be unto him.
e I believe with perfect laith
that this Law will not be changed
and tha: there will never be any
other law from the Creator, bless-
ed be His Name.
e I believe with perlect faith
that the t'realor. blessed be His
Name, know 1 every deed of the
children of men and all their
thoughts, as it is said, it is He
that fashioneth the hearts of them
all that giveth heed to all their
deeds.
e I believe with perfect faith
that the Creator, blessed be Hi!
Name, rewards those that keep
his commandments and punishes
those that transgress them
I believe with perfect laith
in the coming of the Messiah, and
though He tarry. I will wait daily
for His coming.
1 believe with perfect faith
that there will be a resurrection
of the dead at the time when it
shall please the Creator, blessed
be His Name, and exalted be the
remembrance of it for ever and
ever
Although 700 years have passed
since their formulation, these 13
articles have lost nothing of their
persuasive truth, and remain the
most popular definition of Or-
thodox Judaism. They are either
quoted or poetically paraphrased
in our prayer books and recited to
this day in many synagogues.
They have formed the basis for
many religious hymns such Is
Yigdal Eloheem "the living
God we praise, exalt, adore ."
a jubilant paean of the Creator's
bounties.
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Dr. Moshe Davis, renowned American Jewish scholar, dis-
cusses Jewish life in the United States with sludents at the Insti-
tute of Contemporary Jewry of the Hebrew University at Jeru-
salem. The Institute, established recently, fulfills Israel's need
for documentary material on American Jewry, and contributes
a cultural understanding to Israelis of their brethren abroad.
A Miamian Helped Open Up
Israel's New Diamond Industry
Continued from Page 3 C
cut, up to 1-4-carat each stone.
At this time, there were approxi-
mately 150 factories and 6,000
workers in Palestine.
At present the yearly export to
the United States is approximate-
ly 60 million dollars and to Bel-
gium and other countries, about
30 million dollars. Two-thirds of
this amount represents cost of
labor and one third of the rough
diamonds, as the stones are small.
This is vitally important to the
finance and economy of the young
State of Israel.
When I walked through the
streets of the industrial zone m
Nathanya, and saw young boys
and girls from Yemen, Morocco
and Europe sitting and working
with tiny stones to give them bril-
liance and beauty, my thoughts
turned to an ancient Jewish leg-
end told to me by my grandmoth-
er .. .
"In the far ruture. angels wdl
sit on the shores of Sharon and
will saw, cut and polish precious
stones."
And so. one more dream comes
true.
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1860-79th Street UN 5-7772
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936 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida
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FLAGLER INSURANCE
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Donald Kaplan
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Marvin Haven
Telephone PL 1-8613
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Friday. December 9. i960
*isHkricn>n
Gen. Pershing and His Fighting Soldier
Continued from Pag* <
It was at that meeting that Persh-
*rig"TreWJ5W-Hia: ttn? Ctftistiarm
of America raise $25,000,000 to
match the sum being sought by
American Jews under the leader-
ship of the Jqlnt Distribution Com-
rrtttiee for European Jewish relief
and reconstruction.
In that address. Gen. Pershing
said, among other things:
"Jews are an essential part of
America. As citizens among you,
they have always done their fuli
part. When the time came to serve
their country under arms, no
class of people served with more
patriotism or with higher mo-
lives than the young Jews who
volunteered or were drafted and
went overseas with our other
young Americans. I well remem-
ber, in my inspections of New
York divisions, seeing so many
patriotic, well-disciplined, well-
behaved young Jewish soldiers,
whose commanders spoke of them
in the highest terms. During the
war there was no such thing as
race or creed they were for-
gotten.
"During this campaign they
also should be forgotten. It is for
generous Americans o whatever
religion, to aid the Jews of Amer-
ica in succoring their brethren
overseas. The Jews of America
have always been in the forefront
of charitable works. There has
never been an attempt to raise a
large sum of money for a public
cause in which the Jews have not
done more than their share. It is
up to .the Christians, of America
lo show that they appreciate what
the Jews have done in the past..
The spirit of this occasion ap-
peals to me tremendously. This
gathering should be the beginning
c i an era of good will that should
spread throughout America. It is
not so much a question of giving
^-"v'S-^ttiiinUhe proper *r-
LJ APi"1 "Hood-will that is
^eded ,n America today. It could
have no better beginning than
here ^ New York in this grea"
cathedral. 6
"It is a difficult thing for us in
our prosperous country to ima-
me just what suffering those poor
people overseas are going
through This is an occasion for
ali Americans, whether Christ-
ians or what not, to show our
Jewish friends that we have char
"table instincts, and that there is
no such thing as race prejudice in
his great country. To my mind
this is one of the great lessons
we can teach the people of Eur-
ope by contributing to this fund.
"I was brought up as a Method-
ist, and the Methodists are the
greatest beggars in the world. I
want to hark back to my Method-
ism and appeal to Christian Amer-
ica to give much greater contri-
butions to the Jewish fund than
they have contemplated. I feel
sure that this undertaking will
meet with very cordial and gen-
erous response all over the coun-
try, especially if New York CMy
gives it the right kind of start.
Christians of America ought to
raise at least as much as the Jews
themselves are raising. Twenty-
' five millions are not too much for
the Christians to raise to help
those poor people over there. The
Jews will raise their twenty five
millions all right, and if the
Christians cannot duplicate it __
well. I don't know. I'd like to tell
them what I think about them."'
Five years earlier, in another
address at Madison Square Gar-
den, called to protest post-war
German propaganda, Gen. Persh-
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' GREETINGS
MILONE
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Phone PL 4-7041
ing said a few things which are
still timely and pertinent Speak-
ing of the foreign-born, he declar-
ed: "There were with me in the
Philippines, in Mexico and in
France thousands of foreign-born
men hardly able to speak our
tongue who had in their hearts
the spirit of Americanism and
devotion to make the supreme
sacrifice. Indeed, there was often
a zeal for all that America means
that put to blush many older
Americans who have fallen below
the obligations of their birth-
right.-'
In the same vein he defended
the right of naturalized Ameri-
cans to maintain a continuing in-
terest in the culture of their birth-
place. -We have no quarrel,"
Pershing declared, "with Ameri-
cans of foreign birth or stock who
cling to the music, art, folklore
and the better traditions of the
old land. They would be less than
human, and we would be poorer
if they didn't. We recognize our
obligations to all these. We want
all to know that America is an in-
spiration, that it is something
spiritual, a goal toward which we
aim. If we bring together people
from different lands, of different
creeds and varied conditions and
merge them into one America,
the product will be the greatest
of all nations and a race that will
long hold a compelling place in
the world."
That was Gen. John J Persh-
ing, commander-in chief of the
American Expeditionary Force in
World War I, the centennial of
whose birth last September 13
was proclaimed by President Ei-
senhower and Congress as "Gen-
eral of the Armies John J. Persh-
ing Centennial Day."
CHANUKA GREETINGS
Phon. PL 1-2824
Prescription Specialists
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9723 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Dir. Opp. Shores Theatre
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256 MIRACLE MILE
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Friday, December 9, I960
Section D


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,..,,!.,i, ,,,!, ,4,1. Schoc^n L.brary. )crus*\ 7fce Sianificance of the Chanuka Menorah for Jews Today
* ._._-*__, __.___ninJJi onnnoh The Droohet Zechariah uses thi
By I. M. GREEN
When in IMS the State of Is-
rael was established, the new Jew-
ish republic was considering what
should be its emblem. A spec-
ial committee of Cabinet min-
isters, headed by the late David
Remez, studied various sugges-
tions in this regard. It finally de-
cided on the menorah as the em-
blem of the Jewuh State, and for
these reasom:
1. The menorah is the oldest
symbol of Jewishness, since the
seven-branched candlestick was
already, in use by the Israelites in
their moving tabernacle during
their 40 years of wandering in
the desert after the Exodus from
Egypt as depicted in the Biblical
books of Exodus and Leviticus
It is thus much older as a Jewish
symbol than the Star of David
which centuries later became a
Jewish emblem under the reign of
King David in the Land of Israel.
2. W h e n the Maccabees won
their great victory over the Syr-
ians and became the rulers of
Palestine they coined money upon
which was inscribed the menorah
as a symbol of liberation.
3. The menorah has always been
regarded by Jews as symbolic of
light.
Today as we again celebrate
Chanuka we are once more re-
minded of the part played by the
menorah in the religious ideology
of the Maccabean revolt After
Antiochus Epiphanes had despoil
ed the candlestick and other Tem-
ple appurtenances of their gold,
Judas Maccabeus rededicated the
Temple and restored, among the
other utensils, the menorah
And there is the miraculous
tale cannected with the story of
the recovery of Jewish freedom:
When the Temple was rededicat-
ed, only a small jar of oil. enough
to last only one day, was said to
have been found unprofaned by
the heathen; this oil burnt for
eight days in the golden candle-
stick in the sanctuary, until new
holy oil could be prepared. From
this is said to be derived the eight
day, of the Chanuka festival, and
the adding of one light each day.
In the Temple of Solomon dur-
ing the First Jewish Common-
wealth there were, according to
the Book of Kings, ten golden
menorahs. In addition, the Book
of Chronicles mentions silver
menorahs in the First Temple.
The prophet Zechariah uses the
menorah as a cosmological and
political symbol. All through the
period of the Second Temple the
menorah was an important ap-
purtenance in the Temple wor-
ship When the Temple in Jeru-
salem was finally destroyed by
the Romans under Titus in 70
C.E.. the menorah was repro-
duced with other spoils of the
Temple on a relief of the Arch of
Titus in Rome. This represen-
tation, the earliest preserved and
most authentic of the seven-
Continued on P9 1M>


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ABE ALLEXBERG
An Open Letter to Our Sholem Aleichem
By ETHEL L. LEVEY
Bjjmmo il'*' inlB"!1"1 ^^ ^h""~
lera Aletcfeem. i wouldn't disturb
your Eternal Life unless I fell M
was important, It's important
enough, believe, me.
The other evening. at one oi the
newer Stnctusrtea ol Judaism In
our City, I heard an actor named
Howard de SUva recite your sto-
ne- Recite isn't hardly the right
word; neither is actor. It was
more as though you. Mr. Sholem
Aleichem. had returned to us
from Can Eden and had spent
the evening with us across a glass
of tea. regailing us with pungent
humor, and bringing to the ta-
ble, one by one. Tevyeh, Berel
Isaacs. Reb Yossi and Menachem-
Mendel. Tema Gittel and Hodel
in fact, all of Kasrilevka from the
shlimazel to the kaaril.
What a talent! A twist of the
eyebrow, a finger laid alongside
pursed lips, a lift of the shoulder,
and the vaulted assembly room,
the star-shaped chandeliers, the
hand-woven drapes disappeared,
and we sat in a one-room cottage
in a forgotten corner of the world,
and laughed with tears, and cried
with laughter. Yes, a God-given
talent and look how he uses it.
It's true, he's in a fancy Broad-
way show about a man named
Fiorello. Maybe you've heard of
him. Mr. Sholem Aleichem. No*
Too bad. you would have enjoyed
knowing him: he was your kind of
people. Anyhow, this de Silva took
time off from the fancy show,
where I presume he makes a fan-
cy salary, to tour across the coun-
try telling your stories Thy; in
itself is unusual.
First of all. outside of New
York, how many Jews are there
in America' Three million" Yes,
but a few hundred here, a thous-
and there. 45 families in Salem.
Oregon and five in Virginia. Mm
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nesota. Scattered, like it says in
the Bible. And of these, you'll ex-
cuse me. how many have ever
heard of you. Mr. Sholem Alei-
chem? You know America. The
new. the modern, that's what's
important.
This de Silva fellow (by the
way, his name is really Rabino-
it/ any relation? > had a won-
derful opportunity. Here he waft
reading your stories from one end
of the country to the other, in big
cities and American shtetlach. in
Center auditoriums and syna-
gogue basements, in halls of
learning and in just plain halls.
Even if he wasn't the perceptive
fellow that he is. he would find
out one thing wherever he went.
What connection do American
Jews have with the people you
wrote about" How do they laugh"
With sympathy" With empathy*
Or do they sit stone faced and
bored, unwilling or unable to as-
sociate themselves with a ghetto
humor and ghetto culture, remov-
ed at the most by only two gen-
erations from their unconiaj
conscience* How do they 1
to Tevyeh. that man of morSl
and principle, lather of stnfl
beautiful and gilte.l daughtesl
"without the none) or luck"j!
he said, "to go witn them"' rJ
they really get the point in "R.'
Yom Kippur Scandal?"
From w hat he told me. Mr Sh> '
lem Aleichem. it's obvious tag
people haven't changed mi**
since you went to your Etertal
Reward. In general. Mr. de Siltj.
said, his best audiences (not tin'
biggest, but the best i were made1
up of people who weren't sou!
speak in the market place. Evi-
dently, there is something about I
buying and selling that maka
people afraid to laugh at then-
Mien or their forebears. Maybe -I
it's just that the business world
being what it is, they are jut'
afraid to laugh. Where do yogi
think they hugged you to their i
hearts. Mr. Sholem Aleichem?
In a. town called Oak Ridge,
Tenn. It would take me too long
to tell you about this town, and I
you wouldn't believe it anyhow,.
so I'll just say that its cituev I
are the most unusual in the world,
and so are its products On tot
of that, nobody there buys and
sells. And the young people, our
young people in the colleges and
universities, they, too, drank yoi
in as though they had just left
the desert. Most of them kadi
probably never heard of you or
their great-grandfathers. He camel
upon other cases, where people I
still had a measure nf pride ml
their origin, where they felt thatI
part of their contribution to Amer-|
ica was to remember the cour-l
age. the gallantry, the power oil
a tradition that came out of that|
ghetto culture.
You see why I disurbed yoo,|
Continue*' on Page 14 D
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Friday. December 9. I960
**nisftffar*#t*l
Israel's Unique Artist Village of Ein Hod
By GILBERTE ALTBAUER
There's a small storm of fuel
gas and dust still in the air as
people clamber down from the
bus that has brought them to
a village high up in the Carmel
Mountain Range. They are from
Tel Aviv and have come to satisfy
their curiosity about this "artists'
village," as remote from them
as it is to tourists who have tra-
\irsed seas and continents. Down
below, past rocky wadis and olive
groves, stretches the Mediterran-
ean in a long blue strip that is a
varying prism of colors from
dawn to sunset.
A quick refreshment at the cafe
facing the village square, and they
enter two large fluorescent-lit gal-
leries where the work of the "vil-
lagers'' paintings, lithographs,
woodcut?,, sculptures, ceramics,
weavings, silver and copper handi-
crafts, clay pottery and wooden
rirvings ar& on display. It is, the
work of full-time artists and part-
time artists, professionals and
-amateurs. Of the 70 families in-
habiting the village. 25 families
have managed to establish them-
selves at Ein Hod on a year-round
basis through the sale of their
works.
Others are weekenders earning
their living in the cities, several
among them as art teachers who
recoup themselves physically and
.spiritually from the overly civil-
ized spin and limelight of Tel Aviv.
The sales that rebound to them as
a result of the village's reknown
enable them to free themselves
from a dependency on the city
galleries, where a high commis-
i Mon charge of 30 to 40 per cent is
I deducted from the price of a
f3 pLhnr 'n6^ ,hS mm*l performance of the
OrTrn Hone .u rches,ra in New York's Metropolitan
SK k on the occasion oi the orchestra's seven-week
L nU9JOU' ,heJUni,ed States. Above are (left to right)
Samuel Rubin, president of the America-Israel Cultural Foun-
foSS' SnnSHS ?HheU,yr;uWilliam Ma2er" board chairman;
former Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, of New York; and Adlai
Stevenson. Below are Mrs. Golda Meir (center). Foreign Min-
ister of Israel, congratulating Carlo Maria Giulini. musical di-
rector of the tour, as Mrs. Giulini (left) looks on.
painting sold. Here at the village village fund towards building, re-
gallery, the commission charge is Pair'ng and expansion of work-
only 10 per cent and what is more, shops' upkeep of gallerv- etc-
the money is transferred into a Continued on Page 11-D
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Reform Judaism Returns to Bar Mitzvah
By BURTON DONNER
Officially tad formally, the
American Reform rabbina'c has
,, ruim i the Btf*WtsMdi cere-
mony to the scrapheap, Practical-
1% and ctually, the inctiviilii.il Re-
form rabbi has done nothing of
the sort.
The opposition of Reform Ju-
daism to the Bar Mitzvah cere-
money goat, back to the earliest
times of the movement. The first
yearbook of the Proceedings of
the 1890 meeting of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis,
the organization of Reform rab-
lii-. called the Bar Mit/vah "a
soulless ceremony without sig-
nificance an old and worn tra-
dition."
The Rabbi's Manual, published
in 1928 by the ('CAR, declared
Reform Judaism "has re-
place.! the ceremonj of Bar Mitz-
vah with that of Confirmation for
both boys and girls."
The return to traditional prac-
tices among Reform Jews may or
may not be responsible for the
fact that there is obviously much
evidence that the Bar Mitzvah and
Reform are far from incompati-
ble. Two representatives of the
Reform movement" thought it
would be a good idea to find out
just how much Bar Mitzvah and
Reform do mix. They chose the
rather novel approach in Amer-
ican Jewish life of a little scien-
tific research to find out.
Benjamin Efron, director of
education of Temple Sinai in Ros-
lyn Heights, a Long Island subur-
ban city, and the spiritual leader
of the Temple, Rabbi Alvan D.
Rubin, surveyed the Reform rab-
binate with a questionnaire to de-
termine just how widespread the
Bar Mitzvah ceremony was in Re-
form congregjtions and what var-
iations existed in the conduct of
the ceremony.
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Teen-agers affiliated with the 605-member Reform temples d
the Union of American Hebrew Congregations this week joined
other young men and women of the Catholic and Protestant
faiths in collecting funds for the United Nations Children's Fund
Last year, the interfaith drive throughout the country collected
small coins totaling $1,500,000. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt here
becomes one of the first contributors for the interfaith UNICEJ
drive. She is shown with NFTY representative, Georgia Witkin,
age 17. of Scarsdale. N.Y.
The questionnaire was sent to
582 Reform rabbis believed to be
actively engaged in congregation-
al activity. A total of 338 filled
in questionnaires were returned,
almost 60 percent of those quer-
ied and a most respectable re-
turn by the most critical staa6
ards of such polling. The fimhiji
were reported in the October is-1
sue of the CCAR Journal.
No less than 324 of the rabbit
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Friday. December 9. I960
+Jewish noricUan
Greater Miami's Armed Services Program
Page 5-D
By MRS. LOUIS GLASSER
^by is it thtt the Armed Serv-
ices needs ate different in 1961
than in previous fears? The basic
cause is that the number of mar-
ried servicemen with Wives and
children living with them has \
grown tremendously. There are
today more military wives and
children on posts than there are
servicesmen. The latest figures
show a total of 2,600,000 service-
man and 3.400,000 wives and
children living in, or near Army
poets a complete reversal of
previous trends.
These are older men, and the
group is being continuously ex-
panded to enable them to handle
highly complex weapons, to de-
velop new methods of communica-
tions, and systems of detection
which are part of our modern sys-
tem of defense. These married
men are making a career for
themselves in the military, and
service in the Armed Forces is
a "way of life."
i Fof: those who are not mar-
in (I. and away/from home for the
first trme, th?problem is two-fold
homesickness and a sudden re-
lease from, parental supervision
and the. social pressures of their
own community. These young men
need to be rembered. They need
recreational, cultural and social

.Mr'*.- GlajsrB chairman of the
Greater .Miami Armed Services Com-
mittee of the national Jewish Wel-
fare Board. She recently returned
from a. group vmt to the Soviet
lltHprr a* '.part of a Miami >^fU'*-
ffln if.i women leadership tour. Co-
cidinatoT,.B-tbc Jewish Theological
Seminary dinner here, she was for
three yejrs' ehiirman of the Women's
Pn men of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. Her'fnany olWc* affiliations are
epic m-lmnth *~
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outlets, as well as help in develop-
ing patterns of conduct for them-
selves.
The Greater Miami Armed
Services Committee of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, as-
sisted by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, proudly can attest
to founding many social, recrea-
tional and cultural activities in
the last eighteen months. It has
particularly sparked Jewish group
activities of Homestead Air Force
Base and cemented the spirit of
cohesiveness with Armed Service
personnel. The committee has
created a feelirfg of'br'otherhood,
not only with Jewish servicemen,
but with servicemen of all faiths;
recognition has come in the form
of an appointment for this writer
to the national USO Committee.
Our Armed Services Committee
began under Anatole France's
philosophy: "I would rather trust
the errors of enthusiasm, then
the indifference of wisdom."
Our enthusiasm directed our
efforts, until we ascertained di-
rectly from the servicemen what
their needs were, and what they
would like to do. Their participa-
tion involved them completely in
cooperative planning which na-
turally created greater interest
and, more successful programs.
Our program is a many-faceted
one. making the single boy feel
at home, providing warm atmos-
phere and keeping him away from
undesirable influences. We have
been marriage brokers for four
marriages, and the Jewish Com-
munity Center Assn. informs us
that at least two of these are mak-
ing Miami their permanent resi-
dence after leaving the Air Force.
Your Armed Services Commit-
tee works around the clock and
around the calendar. We have pro-
grams for the High Holidays,
where individuals and families
can attend synagogues. The Rab-
binical Assn. has been most co-
operative in giving us seats in the
membership's respective syna-
gogues, Hotels such as the Royal
Palm, the Shelborne and the Di-
Lido, have provided free lodging
and hospitality, and many fam-
ilies have opened their hearts and
homes to servicemen.
Weekly "lox and bagel break-
fasts," sponsored by individuals ,
and by groups, offered at Home
stead Air Force "Base, have creat-
ed a community attraction for
Jewish personnel. We have a cul-
tural program, speakers, and
book reviews sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Functions have been arranged to
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Between last Chanuka and 4hi
one. I spent three weeks in the
State of Israel, and somehow,
that visit has made a deep im-
pression on my thinking about the
festival of Chanuka. A year ago
tin- tine I a- composing an
essay on the meaning of Chanuka
and I found myself, more or less
naturally, turning to the past, to
tradition, to history, to source
books. This time. 1 am turning to
thoughts that have welled within
ma as a result of having been
exposed to Israel.
And. it is obvious to me. the
Maccabean spirit is more clearly
seen and understood by the peo-
ple of Israel than by most of us.
And the ancient retelling of the
revolt of the Maccabees, their
military heroism, their achieve-
ments in welding a nation all
these fade and falter when you
consider Jewish life of the im-
mediate past and the exciting fu-
ture.
I am especially reminded of the
vividness of Chanuka to an Israeli
boy of less than nine years of age.
At the same time, I think of the
meaning of Chanuka to my own
children. Start first with the
Americans. It is a holiday which
takes place at about the same
time that Christmas does, so that
tbey are equated, after a fashion.
The advertisers, the merchants,
the school teachers, the newspa-
pers and. alas, even the syna-
gogues and temples, mention
Chanukka and Christmas in the
same breath.
"Chanuka is your Christmas,
isn't it, dear?" is a phrase I long
heard addressed to my own
youngster. Chanuka, here in the
United SUites, is a major holiday
not so much because it is of en-
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ish calendar (there are. as we all
know, major holidays like Rosh
Hashona and Yom Kippur which
take precedence over Chanuka)
but because it offers American
Jews an opportunity to demon-
strate pride in the accomplish-
ments of an heroic band of men
at a time when the entire country
is swept with a Christmas spirit.
To the Israeli children It is
totally different. The young lad
1 mentioned a paragraph ago.
had asked me if my children got
any long vacations from school.
"I," he informed me happily,
"get a very long Chanuka holi-
day." And he then proceeded to
tell me how Judah Maccabee
conquered the foes of the Jews,
and added, "Like us in Israel.
We also beat the Arabs."
When I replied to him and said
that American children also ob-
tain a long holiday in mid winter,
the Christmas vacation period, he
asked me, with complete in-
nocence. "What is Christmas?" I
realized, upon hearing the que*
tion, that the "world outlook" ol
the American Jewish child, an1
the Israeli sabra, is starthnjlj
different Quite obviously, then I
is no Christmas competition for j
the sabra, while it may be the
ma jor factor for the "success" of
Chanuka here.
Nevertheless, it is. I think, the
concept df heroism that mafei
Chanuka the appealing holiday it
is. Not only heroism of the ancient
Jews of Modin and the follower!
of Judah, who fought from the
hills and mountains against On
Syrians. The victories of the Mac-
cabees make for exciting reading,
yet I doubt that many of toe
people who mark Chanuka take
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lv.o trouble of ever reading the
Books of the Maccabees, or pay
attention to the reign ofW Has-
moneans fr iSe sons of Vlatta-
thias ilcahst-l (he Temple in
.iiTusalem and drove out the en-
emy from ihe land of Israel
Charp^, here, is ., gay holiday,
cin-iSptad wuh "( Inmika-a^k,"
r.irljinj;. going perhaps to the
(haruika Festival for Israel in
Madison Square Garden.
Still, the theme of heroism must
also inspire the American Jew,
as it; does the Israeli. The Jew
in Israel calls himself although
not fublicly the modern Mac-
and the history of Israel
(luring the past thirteen years is
loquent evidence of the justice
of this label. This, too. is why the
isradis in the kibbutzim, on the
hind, in the factories, in the
Net'.'V. in newly built Beer.sheba,
in Eilat, and in the Galilee, walk
with such pride and, even arro-
fnrue. They are living history and
they feel again, with justice
that the achievements of the Mac-
I were no more impress;e
than their own.
.What is more, Israel Is full of
Jews from Europe who survived
the concentration and extermina-
tion camps, as well as Israelis
who fought the Arabs and who ex-
perienced the loss of family mem-
bers in that fight. Thus, they all
walk proudly in Zion and thus
fhere is peace, and not unrest, in
Zion.
American Jews are aware, too,
not only of the Maccabees of
Judah's time, but of the accomp-
lishment of the Maccabees of
Israel. They accept the Maccabee
concept easily, without strain.
And they are aware of other de-
grees and kinds of heroism, for
they have been subjected to an
enormous barrage of books
novels, documentaries, an atmos-
phere for heroism, and so Chanu-
ka moves forward among the holi-
days, not backward. It is not
+Jmisii Her idian
Page 7-D
Speaker of Israels Knesset, Kadish Luz. is pictured above
(right) with an ORT student, who takes time out to discuss the
work he is doing. Visiting the ultra-modern Syngalowski Vo-
cational Center near Tel Aviv, which was built by Women's
American ORT, Luz declared that "ORT projects make an im-
portant contribution to the development of the individual. In
this development lies the key to the advancement of Israel's
economy."
different for a Jew be he
American or Israeli to identity
with a holiday which stresses mili-
tary victories and heroism.
For example, John Hersey's
The Wall," a best-selling book
and now a hi! play, is terribly
sad, and yet it ends on a defiant
note, just enouph defiance to sug-
gesi heroism. The pile of books
about Jewish heroes and survivors
in Elie Wiesel's "Night," in
Andre Schwarz Bart's "The Last
of the Just," in Meyer Levin's
"Eva" these all help us to
build in our own minds a realiza-
tion that ours has been a heroic
age, even if i: has been a bloody
and disastrous one. Heroism, then,
is what we most admire, and it
has been prominent in our era.
Thus, we equate Chanuka with
adventure, with accomplishment
in the face of odds and even death
in the face of a cruel enemy.
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his effort to maintain a Jewish
identity in an overwhelmingly
non-Jewish environment he
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relate his Jewish holidays with
contemporary American life. It
is not easy for the modern Ameri-
can Jew to recite the prayer for
dew with any sense of immediacy;
he may also experience a sense
of bewilderment over other holi-
day customs and prayers.
But Chanuka marks a celebra-
tion he can understand, even if
it came in midsummer, and not
in the December period of Christ-
mas. We understand the non-pas-
sivity of the Maccabees and the
modern Israelis. We understand
the heroism of many Jews trapped
in the Hitler camps of destruction.
Children, to whom holidays
Continued on Pag,o 15-D
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During the past decade, the an-
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has been becoming more and
more popular With American
Jews. Leu than a generation ago
the holiday was virtually ignored
by all but the Orthodox in this
country Today Chanuka ha~ tered not only the synagogue but
the Jewish home as well.
why this change of attitude tow-
ard ;i festival which isn't even
a full holiday. I week's celebra-
tion in which work is permitted,
in which there is no change m
eating habits, except for mamma's
delightful "lathes?"
There are two reasons. One i<
the upsurge of Jewishncss among
the Jewish youth of this country.
a greater Jewish religious cons-
ciousness which shows itself in
the greatly swelled synagogue
membership rolls. More and more
American Jews are beginning to
realize that they have a unique
heritage which it would be foolish
for them to abandon, without at
least having first thoroughly ex-
amined it. When they examine
this heritage, the message of re-
ligious freedom, of national lib-
eration, which Chanuka proclaims
is something which they find can
inspire their own lives, can in-
spire them to heroic living.
The Maccabeans and their fol-
lowers, the younger generation of
American Jews discover, are the
ancient Jewish progenitors of
George Washington, of Jefferson,
of Garibaldi of all who fought
the heroic fight for religious or
national freedom. Chanuka, they
realize, combines this struggle
for religious with political free-
dom and so is the ancestor of
both.
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of Palestine, together with the
remnants of the European con-
centration camps for a life of
security and dignity on the anci-
ent soil, the heroic battle with
seven Arab armies determined to
annihilate the Jewish State frw
its very inception, the victoria
on the military front and the su
sequent victories on the rconotw
front, the mass migration of i
million Jews to the resurrectd
Jewish State all this was boonl
to have its effect upon the ima*
nations and emotions of Amen
can Jews, young as well as old
What was this modern (truggk
of the Jews to regain their as-
cient homeland? Wasn't it a tor
tinuation of the ancient -;rujgk
of the Maccabeans for rcligM
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and political freedom, for the
God-Riven right of Jews to wor-
ship as they please and to lead
entif Wn ,,C a frec na,inal
T^f. xaiVf ,Sr,eI ,s now "
established fact. But to the Amer-
jean J.e.w who has followed it;,
heroic struggles for survival it
cannot but be a reminder of the
terrific price which Jews in our
tjmes have had to pay for the
attainment of their national liher-
tion. And the struggles which Is-
rael must still wage against jts
surrounding enemies, both Arab
and Communist, remind them
that eternal vigilance is the price
of liberty.
Once a year the Chanuka lights
recall the truth of this eternal
struggle. In ancient days as well
as now the struggle was against
total assimilationism. complete
submergence in the culture of a
surrounding world whose ideals
were not the ideals of Jewry. In
the days of the Maccabees the
struggle was waged against pagan
Hellenism which threatened to en-
gulf the religion of the people of
Israel.
Total assimilation of a people
can be, is in fact, servitude,
whethar voluntary or involuntary.
Usually the threat is of a com-
bined voluntary and involuntary
nature the pressures from the
outside tempt the individual to
accept assimilation of his own
accord. Sometimes, however as
is the case today with the Jews
in Soviet Russia, the threat is
almost wholly of an involuntary
nature, coming frem a dictatorial
regime which wishes to obliterate
the unique Jewish spirit.
But whether willed or not. total
assimilation results in slavery
Marranos in Spain and Portugal,
even after they had been Catholic
Christians for several centuries,
chafe under the knowledge that
they still remain different from
their fellow-Catholics and yearn
-Jmistincridfcn
Uvf,nT n f, m d Cmay' ISiael'S Perman. representa-
tive o the United Nations, spoke on "Israel's Role in a Chang-
ing UN at the fourth annual United Nations Institute of the
Nahonal Council of Jewish Women. Ambassador Comay is
nciw- e m r,SCUS8ion wi,h Mrs-L Lee Leyy-oi New YOTk-
NMW s official UN representative. Over 200 members of the
67-year-old educational and welfare organization came from
all parts of the U.S. to attend the two-day Institute
to escape from the oppressive
feeling of living a life that is
false to their heritage, look for a
way to return to the Jewish fold.
Some Jewish Marranos, to be
sure, succeed in their efforts to
escape from their Jewish heri-
tage, but those who do not are
frustrated, unfrec individuals who
finally come to the realization
that their very assumption or
perhaps resumption of the bur-
den of Jewishness spells their
liberation.
Chanuka is the festival which
perhaps more than any other
brings into vivid focus the prob-
lem of assimilation for the Amer-
ican Jew. llellenization, whether
ancient or modern, won't bring
consequent happiness to the in-
dividual Jew. Chanuka reminds
us that only a return to the re-
ligious-moral heritage of Judaism,
even if we must fight to preserve
it, will bring satisfaction to the
individual Jew who bears that
heritage in his blood.
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The Spinning Light of the Chanuka Dreidl
By BEN NATHAN
There is apparently a persistent
record ol every discreel unil ol
matWi*%-recording is tiled, or
indexed, in light-glyphs Instead
..1 phot.i- or lingerprints. A lignt-
lvpli is just that a htic trac-
ing, a little flafh, a little frequen-
cy, like what shoots through the
eyeball when yeti squeeze it. The
most common example of this re-
cording is the example of cele*
tial geography.
It ki possible to assume that all
di-ercei units of matter emanate
light and that this light, our own
earth's light. Is perceivable if not
on earth by earthlings than from
the Other >nle by observing non-
lings, inch .is angels, or de-
mons, or even God. in short, long
after we RM de.nl. like the lUri
perceived long after they have
ihed their material eoa'.s. we are
perceived. The recorder tracer,
the light glyph, remains as it trav-
els through the worlds, always ob-
.-. i \ able, moving in time, through
time, past time to the place
whence it originated, the crea-
tion point where the threads
are separated, the light of illus-
ion from the light of truth.
Light is indestructible, it would
therefore seem. One cannot ex-
tinguish it. But it can be with-
drawn. The pupil of the eyeball
Of Jehovah can suck it back Ugly
things, things that will not give
the light aperture such as the
present world can divert or re-
pel light, armouring it away. But
that is not destruction. That is
merely circuit jamming. That's
merely getting in the way of the
direction of the light, and getting
in the way in general. The paths
of the light after all have certain
targets. They have, in short, a
place to go.
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Rabbi Harry Kaplan (left). B'nai B'rith Hillel director at Ohio
State University for the past 25 years, is honored lor his long
tenure of service to Jewish undergraduates at a dinner meeting
of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Commission. Dr. William Haber. Com-
mission chairman, leads tribute of colleagues and friends who
attended the recent testimonial aftaif.
Likely they have an obstacle
course as well all the bad stub-
born things that will not admit
the light, won't let it come
through and therefore sabotage
the chedules oi light. An evil
heart sabotages. A he sabotages.
Injustices sabotage the schedule
of light Stupidity particularly.
One way or another, though, the
light probably does not get where
i''s going or docs get back whence
it came, or does jell in certain
discreet spots in order to create
certain discreet entities, material
entities of limited duration, such
as people, bugs, planets, stars,
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Page 11-D
Israel's Unique Artist Village of Ein Hod
Continued from Pag* 3-D
AiMnlerestinrfeature, tn-on
trast to the conception of the
Boiitiry artist an/ exception to it,
are the husband and wife teams.
There are the PetersMr. Petefs
working silver jewelry, his wife,
ceramics. He ingeniously incorp-
orates the glazed arid decorated
ceramic pieces made by Mrs.
Peters into the necklaces, pins
and rings he fashions. Another
husband and wife team, Itzhad
Marrtbush and Aviva Margalith.
the latter a well-known painter,
jointly work their ceramic pot-
tery, dishes, ash trays and jewel-
ry. The mother of a six-year old
girl, Naomi Berman, and her
philosophy-inclined husband, too,
form a team despite the fact he
is outside the artistic arena.
When we sar-speaking about the
purpose of Ein Hod. the young
sculptress sounded confused, her
husband, in bis analytical way.
much more probing and closer to
the truth. But when I looked at
two sculptured heads, a few min-
utes later, poised on a ledge on
their veranda, I saw a coherent
piece of work and the young
woman*s explanation, too, grew
concrete. She had taken two
blocks of local stone, each with
its particular grain, color and
hardness, and with her tools had
caned out faces that both ex-
pressed her person and the "per-
sonality of the stone.
Artistic communities are to be
found in the big metropolises of
the world's capitals, in fishing
villages such as Italy's Mapri. on
islands like Majorca and Myke-
Inos, providing the artist with a
Iretreat in which to create amidst
Impresario S. Hurok, manager of the seven-week tour of the
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, shown with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
M. Kaplan, guests of honor at a ball at the Hotel Astor in New
York City, following the orchestra's inaugural performance at
the Metropolitan Opera House.
natural surroundings of beauty.
When Marcel Janco chanced upon
the deserted Arab village of Ein
Hod in 1953 on an inspection tour
of the region as a planning archi-
tect, he was captivated by the
beauty of the site, and a bold idea
began to take shape with him.
Here would be the spot to
gather Israel artists into a com-
munity where each artist working
and aiming at his self-expression
would ultimately contribute to the
development of a folk art. The
Chinese, Japanese, Incas. Aztecs
had shown the world an art dis-
tinctly national, born out of their
cultural heritage why not Israel
in its present national and politi-
cal rebirth after 2.000 years?
A founder of the "Dada" move-
ment in Zurich in 1916. Janco
transplanted to Israel was filled
with a new missionary zeal and
proceeded to enlist the help of
other artists and winning over
Haifa's mayor, Abba Khoushy, to
the plan, began to devote himself
to the problems at hand, namely
reconstructing the village threat-
ening to fall into total ruins, ob-
taining for it water, electricity
and new roads.
Rather than razing the village
and putting a wholly new face
to the place, the job in great part
involved reconstruction and res-
toration. Many living there now-
swept, painted and hammered
what was half debris into livable
quarters. So, today, Ein Hod has
the quaintness, the romance of
the past as old as the hills around
it, and the basic requisites of
modern life dispensed with by its
former Arab tenants. The Arab
thick-walled dwellings stand rein-
Continvad on Pq 16 D
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Friday. December 9, 1950
Significance of Chanuka Menorah for Jews
Continued From Page 1-0
I>ranched candies'.^.-., can be
seen even to.iay in Ihe Italian
capital
The seven branched candle-
stick in use today in synagogue-
all over the world is an imitation
of the menorah that had been
used in both Temples, while the
Chanuka menorah with its eight
lamps and its extra kindling light
called the Shamines (servant) is
a form of menorah used only dur-
ing this one week of the Festival
of Lights. The symbols which
have been designed on various
menorahs throughout the age- are
often revealing of the particular
belief! and superstition- pi t\ ail-
ing during certain eras. There
arc 15th Century Italian Chanuka
lamps that are decorated frith
tritona and centaurs, while later
menorahs from Italy reval only
a burning lamp flanked with
lions. Old Russian and Polish
specimen! show the stages and
tree of life motif in their panel
decoration. Oriental lamps, from
[artel and neighboring countries,
frequently exhibit in their decora-
tion the crescent and star, birds,
the hand amulet.
To this day then, the menorah
remains the best known Jewish
symbol and its significance in
Jewish life is great. Particularly
is this so during the eight day
Chanuka festival when throughout
the world is every Jewish home
that is worthy to be called Jew-
ish, the lights are kindled in the
evenings and the blessings are re-
cited over them. In America as
everywhere else where this joy-
ous festival is celebrated its altar,
its heart is the nine branched
menorah whose candles are light-
ed, an additional light for each
day of the festival.
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BOXING & WRESTLING
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CHRIS DUNDEE
Bo.ino ami Wrestlinf Promoter
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Strain if Salon
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MIAMI
P.-e FR t-IOSS
ANNA BLITCH
Milton Berle records a radio plea in behalf of the Jewish Ntt
tional Home for Asthmatic Children's campaign for public
support, pointing out that voluntary donations are the national
non-sectarian hospital-home's sole means of caring tor th
nation's emergency cases among asthmatic youngsters. Re
gional director Gene Gach (left) assists.
As we kindle the Chanuka lights
we offer praise to God for the
miracles wrought by Him during
the days when Judaism was in
danger of extinction by a pagan
power, for the heroism displayed
by the Jewish army In those days,
for the solace He had thereby
brought to the Jewish people The
idea of religious light and polit-
ical liberation shines forth from
these little twinkling candfcs Aid
the menorah itself upon whicn
these lighted nnalefc rest remindi
us of the tree of Hfe. of the 1A-
force that should be guided bytkt
moral teachings of the Toraa if it
is not to be weakened, smother*!
and eventually *itringui>hed
Finally these, lighted candlo
and the candlestick upon wbJct
they rest recall tO^Us otrr on
contemporary Maceabee period.

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+Jewisli rhrklian
The Spinning Light of the Chanuka Dreidl
Continued from Poce lft.n
solar systems, galaxies, pebbles,
fr-'SfUcVjifcircrs jmd cats-
vhisfers. When the cats' wfmfcm
grate? and the fig-trees fall
waa and the louse is crushed,
;.nri th galaxy uprooted, and the
-Jar system collisLoned, and the
mi s snuffed out, and the planets
split, and bugs dismissed, and the
people dead the time the light
was in them, that brief duration
of existence, remains in the re-
cording file, in terms of a light-
trace, recording the event of that
brief existence for eternity in be-
half of the permanent record hall,
r.nth heaven, front entrance, past
first 'revolving door.
The relation of all this to Cha-
nuka? Tenuous. Also obvious.
But enough of burning lights.
There is a way of burning lights
as well as a way of burning dark-
r.ess also a purpose to burning
darkness. Besides, whatever is
dark is either inside or outside
a sphere of light. Before the light,
the darkness, before the dark-
ness, the light. From the vantage
of the upper places all is essen-
tially darkness; from the vantage
of the hells all is essentially light.
One must, therefore, be careful at
which end one burns careful
in what one illumines. Indeed, one
must be careful in the archaeolo-
, gy. One must be careful not to
reveal one's predictions. Of
course, the debate as to whether
it is easier to bring the past or
the future to light is still an open
one, though a foolish one ... be-
cause once a light burns it burns
forever. The memory is inexting-
| uishable. It is written in light, and
that writing cannot be thinned
tor dissipated.
This youngster is one of 1.400,000 Israelis enjoying complete
medical coverage by Kupat Holim, medical arm of Histadrut.
The trouble is however with the
threads of illusion. Too much is
mistaken for the real light. The
angels can apparently bear the
light a good deal easier than you
and I. That's the difference.
The relation of all this to Cha-
nuka? Tenuous, tenuous, tenuous.
The relation of this to Chanuka?
Or, better yet, Chanuka to this
of relation the? Reverse the line,
but be careful not to spin the
dreidl backwards. Or, be careful
to spin the dreidl backwards, be-
cause the light of this world may
be misleading and the direction
of this world is toward destruc-
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Friday, December 9. I960
Reform Judaism Returns to Bar Mitzvah
Continued from Page <*
reported that the Bar Mit-valjw"
a sundard ceremonial proc.< in thf^corremtations better
than 95 per cent. The sun,>.
which as completed in May,
I960 demonstrated both that Re-
form and the Bar Mitzvah cere-
mony mix very weU, indeed, and
that rituals and prac'ice, vary
widely from congregation to con-
gr nation.
In eight out of ten of UM Re-
form congregations, the Bar Mitz-
vah boy reads from the traidition-
al portion of the week, but H M
the rabbi, not the Bar Mitzvah.
who chooses the particular pas-
to be read Interestingly
ugh. 31 of the 326 Reform rab-
bis go to source* outaide Ihe week-
ly siilr.i tor the Bar Mi'zvah Tor-
all reading service. -
The survey MUghl to learn the
bases tor these chokes by the
rabbis. The guid u,r
;r was 'he "meaningfulness' of
f |1( 60 were conci i
,,(1 thai ll > would be suit-
able' tor ">n Flits
looked tor | ethical
or propli' til .21 picked
passages which could be treated
lennonically. and 19 wan'ed the
readings to be inspirational and
nificant in modern term-.
The researchers Interpreted
these findings to mean that Amer-
ican Reform rabbis 'are seeking
to make Torah reading -ervue
a teaching ritual once again. They
are looking for the most mean-
ingful of our Biblical treasures
and for the passages that best^
exemplify the spirit and essence
of our faith."
Reality of Bar Mitzvah
The researchers indicated sur-
pri>e at the number of congrega-
tions 75 which 'have retain
ed the traditional chanting by
World Peace Forum highlighted religious discussions at the
18th biennial convention of the National Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods last weekend at Houston. Panelists were these
representatives of the Photestant, Catholic and Jewish faiths
(left to right)- Dr. Richard M. Fagley, executive director of the
Commission of the Churches on International Affairs. New
York: Rt Rev. Msgr. Joseph N. Moody, pastor of Sacred Heart
Church Highland Falls. N.Y., and professor of history, Lady-
cliff College- and Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the
Union of American Hebrew Congregations, New York.
U ;;.,, Milsvah." Another inter-
eating finding was that almost as
Reform rabbis 108
used the traditional Orthodox por-
tions i" tha H* I,af"
passages U) bt read as did
_ HO who used the '
riptural readings in the back
, i the official Prayer Book oi the
Union ol American Hebrew Con
ons.
For those who remain convm. ed
that Reform puts little or no stress
on Hebrew in child religious ed-
ucation, the findings also might
be surprising. In 50 congrega-
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the reality of the Bar Mitzvah,"
particularly in terms ol makmg
what is obviously a widel> accept-
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them it is not at the present time
"a significant religious and ed-
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A Letter to Sholem Aleichem
Continued from Page 2D
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+Je*isti norictton
reater Miami's Armed Services Program
Page 15-D
Continued from Pg* 5-0
ccletaiifi. ea>tfc. haliOay at^an-
ftiunal event.
Our agenda includes Thanksgiv-
ing parties, one sponsored by the
Washington Federal jnd Savings
and Loan Assn., at the Singapore
hotel, with the Temple Emanu-El
Sisterhood providing a musical
program written by Trixie Levin.
Another party is being sponsored
by the Jewish Home for the
Aged. There are also a number of
Chanuka parties, the first one by
the Men's Club of Temple
Mcnorah, and by Rabbi. Mayer
Abramowitz, of the Temple, who
has appealed to all Men's Clubs
to sponger eveats for Armed
Services personnel.
The major function to be spon-
sored by'the South Florida B'nai
B'rith Council, its' second annual
Chanuka party, will take place
this year at the Algiers.
There have been many wonder-
ful people who have helped in our
program. The committee has se-
cured tickets for boxing matches,
circuses, symphony concerts,
forums, movies, and museum
entry. There have been yachting
parties sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert R. Linick on their yacht.
and the Americana and Carillon
hotels have graciously entertained
over a hundred servicemen in
their hotels and at their shows.
The Wolfie Cohens have enter-
tained personnel at a Purim party,
and will again sponsor a second
Purim party.
Our concentration must be
focused now on Coral Gables Vet-
erans Hospital. The committee
needs male volunteers to visit the
bedridden, to socialize and to
work with them, and to make
them feel as if they are wanted.
Hyman Kam and his committee
Y^hak Ben-Zvi (right). President of Israel, confers with Irving
nlT?' Hy*"** l6ader f lhe World Fed^tion of YMHAs
oMhlT. C01TUn!!y,Cen,erS OTd "* P'?^.
of the National Jewh Welfare Board, during a recent^ to
hHrael Among the subjects covered was the Jerusalem YMHA
an affiliate of the World Federation. '*uem ymha.
are whole-heartedly engaged in
trying to develop a veterans visit-
ing program.
Traditionally, Chanuka, the Fes-
tival of Lights, should remind
all of us to continue to focus on
serving others, because by so do-
ing, we bring out the best in our-
selves.
The Greater Miami committee
is counting upon every individual,
as well as upon every organization
in the community, to do something
this year for our Armed Services
personnel. We should like organi-
zations to give one function, either
on the Homestead Base or at the
organization locale, because the
job of binding the serviceman and
his family to our community is
a job that requires that best ef-
forts of organizations and of the
individuals who make up these
organizations.
Chanuka: A Time for Heroism
Continued from Page 7-D
must be made attractive, respond
warmly to a Jewish Maccabee. to
tales of Israeli heroism, to valor
generally. And Chanuka is the
story of a valorous people at the
peak of their heroism, a heroism
clearly translated into modern
terms. We have studied about the
Maccabees, but we have lived
through other Jewish heroisms, in
recent, vivid and unforgettable
years.
This is why Chanuka is so im-
portant to us all
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Friday. December 9, i$J
Ein Hod: Israel's Unique Village for Artists
Continued from Pat* 11 -D
forced, greenery borders the
roughly hewn stone staircases,
vaulted arches with overhanging
plants form picturesque arbors.
and some rum vaulted arches,
walls, pillars and two huge oil
presses incorporated into the
natural decor*.
How these are treasured is con-
veyed by Mrs. Janco when she
related how some ruin shook,
collapsed and "how they mourned
the loss of another ruin." The
charm of this village and its rela-
tive isolation has probably played
a part in attracting musicians and
w
as well, a mam them
Meyer Levin, the author of "Com-
pulsion" and "Eva." and Yael
Dayan. who scored a success with
her "A New Face in the Mirror"
a year ago and has with the rec-
ent purchase of a home, jou^l
the village clan. On Friday nign,
Haifaites travel the half how,
distance usherin* in with theB a,
outside sofhiatkatioa and refa. [
ing the locals who enjoy ltcJ
ing them dance on the cafe pstjg
join in a drink and dancing^2
for a change switch to -mill tjfc
not strictlyi pertaining x tn
The Trumpets Blared...
The Cymbals Clashed
And the crowd came surging into the Temple 1
There were soldiers who had followed Judah of the
Maccabees to victory and civilians who had
hidden in the hills and in cellars in the Holy City.
The occasion: The Dedication of the Temple,
the first Hanukkahl
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'JewishjFlgrldllia.iri Miami Was Just Ripe'
Friday, December 9, I960 ====== ------- *
Friday. December 9, I960
Section E
Children in arts and crafts workshop of the
Jerusalem YM-YWHA work on menorahs in
preparation for the Festival of Lights, just as do
their counterparts at Jewish Community Cen-
ters and Y's in the U.S.. affiliated with the Na-
lional Jewish Welfare Board. Celebration of
Chanuka is part of year-round Jewish cultural
activities at Centers in this country, which also
conduct a variety of programs which support
the Jerusalem Y. The YMHA in Jerusalem is
a project of the World Federation of YMHAs
and Jewish Community Centers, of which JWB
is the American member.
OUH PMSIDENT-EIECT VIEWS A PEOPLES' HISTORY: PART II
Nation of Immigrants': The Force
That Drove Our Forbears to America
By JOHN F. KENNEDY
Nobody would ever say that
physicists, chemists or astrono-
mers have eaiy jobs. Understand-
ing people, however, is even more
(iifficull. Perhaps that is why men
have been able to harness the
tnergy of the atom but have hard-
ly been able to make a start to-
ward harnessing the energy of
man himself, and directing it to-
ward the goal of mankind.
Yet. as we have seen, if we are
' appreciate fully what immi-
:ation has meant to America we
ust try to find out something
bout the people who have come
' i re.
It is almost impossible for
.cans today to comprehend
he power of the forces that
i' oved our forebears to leave their
lil life and start a new one. Try
to understand what would be nec-
>ary to cause you to leave
America and go to Italy to live
Your family and friends live in
\merica and you have lived here
.ill ot your life, what force could
'< strong enough to cause you to
tive up this life and move thous-
ands of miles to a land where life
.s different, where you do not
peak the language, where you
have no friends?
Historian Oscar Handlm. in his
look "The Uprooted," describes
this sensation in this way: "The
(rossing immediately subjected
the emigrant to a succession of
shattering shocks and decisively
conditioned the life of every man
that survived it. This was the
initial contact with life as it was
to be. For many peasants it was
the first time away from home,
away from the safety of the cir-
cumscribed little villages in
which they had passed all their
years. Now they would learn to
have dealings with people essen
t'ally different from themselves.
Now they would collide with un-
accustomed problems, "learn to
understand alien ways and alien
Ml HM '-
.
The Jewish Flondian here offer\
the second in a series from "A Na-
tion of IMMlgrants h\ |ohn /'
Kennedy, President Elect of the
United State*. Among other vol-
time* and articles Mr. Kenned}
the author 0/ (he Pulitzer Prise-win-
ning Profiles in Courage" (1V5ft)
t id Wi.-. England Slept" (1940)
This exclusive fewisl
il features the I
:,;, iiioi published .1- r""
t On. Nation I ibrai
An.1 Defamation League <>)
B'nai B'rtth, and u available |
the ADL s Publ lepartmertt.
languages, manage to survive in
a grossly foreign environment.
In truth, we can never recap-
ture this sensation. Even one who
has never left his home town
knows" the world through his
schooling, or failing that, through
the newspapers, radio, television
and the movies. The innocence,
and consequently the shock, of the
European peasant or craftsman
encountering his first expen. Dcei
in the outside world can never
be fully duplicated by an Amer-
ican in the middle of the twenti-
eth century.
Yet the exercising of imagina-
tion may give some idea of the
power of the reasons that drove
forty million people from their
old lives and the power of the
attractions that drew them to
America.
There were probably as many
reasons for coming to America as
there were people who came -
every man sees his own lot and
his own prospects as just a little
different from that of his neigh-
bor There were some things
that these people ha< in
common, however, and fta*
JOHN f. KtNNtOY
For a New ADL Office
Here Twenty Years Ago
By HARRY S.MONHOFF t0mers on a deal that would be
On December 10. 1940, the Anti- 8xc,U8,ve and profitable. They
Defamation League opened its s,ct'rc,l>' admitted through a back
branch office in Miami Decem- r and solfl Prelevelopcd lots
were more important than their
differences.
Starting with the first settlers
of America, there has been a
Steady flow of people who came
to the New World to escape re-
ligious persecution and to practice
their own creed without interfer-
ence. It has always been a cen-
tral theme in American immigra-
tion from the days of the Puritans
to the twentieth century. In the
1880s I'zarist Russia embarked
on a policy of Russian national-
ism. Jews were persecuted and
forced to emigrate. In more re-
cent years the anti-Semitism and
anti Catholicism of Hitlers Ger-
many and Stalin's Russia and
religious persecution under com-
munist regimes in eastern Europe
_ drove many people to leave
their homes and flee to America.
It would be false to say that all
of these people were met in a
.pint of tolerance and understand-
ing. Only blindness to the facts
or self-delusion could lead us to
overlook the religious intolerance
that has characterized some pe-
riods of American history start-
Corrfinved on Pagt 2-E
ber 10, i960, will mark the 20th
anniversary of its existence in
Florida. I do not use the word
"celebrate." lor that term con-
notes rejoicing. There would only
be cause to rejoice if the need
for the defense programs of or-
ganizations like the ADL were no
longer with us.
No, the necessity for Jewish de-
fense agencies is as urgent as
ever. The recent bombings of
synagogues, swastika brandings,
the distribution of hate literature,
demonstrate! that an alert ADL
in our midst has a full-time job
watching the antics of hate mon-
gers and taking the necessary
steps to check and nullify the
designs of crackpots or dema-
gogucs before they assume dan-
gerous dimensions.
I am neither an alarmist nor
given to exaggeration. I can sim-
ply relate as an eye witness the
things that happened in the Mi-
ami area. It may be timely to re-
mind the newcomers in our midst
of the experiences which impelled
us to call upon the national ADL
to open an office in Florida.
The Miami Boom
There seems to be something
'ndigenous in our area that pro-
motes hatred. On the day of my
arrival in Miami, I was greeted
with a streamer attached to the
bumper of a car: "It is always
Jcw'n' in Miami." Strange
enough, this was in 1925, in the
midst of the famous land boom,
when money was plentiful and
virtually everyone shared in the
general prosperity. I felt particu-
larly outraged, coming from
Charleston, S.C., whose two-cen-
tury-old Jewish community com-
manded respect.
Several weeks later, the ban-
ner disappeared. I was encourag-
ed to feel that the pranksters de-
cided that the joke had gone far
enough. But when I met Pincus
Scheinberg, a merchant on Flag-
ler st.. in the Seybold Arcade, I
learned something that left a
permanent impression about com-
batting Jewish hatred. These snide
innuendoes were increasing until
Mr. Scheinberg complained to the
chief of Police. Then. Leslie
Qtligg rounded up some of the car
owners and Ordered them to re-
move the streamers or face arrest.
A veritable pogrom psychology
prevailed during the boom. The
KKK marched In full regalia. Ne-
groes were intimidated, hounded
and actually beaten up on the
street with the police looking the
other way. The number of signs
"Gentiles Only" on apartments
and hotels were legion. Miami
Life." a weekly owned by Wen
Phillips, was spattered with anti-
.lew Ish insinuations. When Julian
W. Mack, Judge of the U.S. Cir-
cuit Court of Appeals, arrived, his
friends were unable to get accom-
modations for him at any of the
Carl Fisher hotels on Miami
Beach.
Novel Schema
This anti Jewish psychosis spir-
alled into a climax. As the false
boom prosperity on paper in-
creased. Gentile assurances be-
came more and more arrogant.
Carl Fisher had already set the
pattern in forbidding the sale of
real estate, commercial or resi-
dential, to Jews. Stooges and Jac-
kals followed his example. Re-
st rid ions were now attempted in
Coral Gables and in new subdi-
visions in the county.
A novel scheme was tried out
in Seminole Beach, just north of
Golden Beach. Gentile salesmen
let in their "favored" Jewish cus-
at $8,000, with one-fourth cash and
the balance on terms.
The next day. newspapers
throughout the U.S.A. carried
Hunt page stories about a Florida
subdivision that was sold out for
S8.ft00.000 in two hours. The story
made headlines in the sedate Lon-
don Times.
The following week, Gentiles
were offering adjoining lots in
Seminole Beach for less than tha
purchase price paid by Jewish
buyers. The story leaked out that
Jews were first sold lots at S8.000
each, and then the alternating
plots were sold to Gentiles for
S6.000. Jewish purchasers could
not unload their buys and quickly
lost their life savings. There was
nothing left to do but to clear out
with the last dollar they could
beg or borrow. For a week or
more, the story of how the "Jew-
boys" were clipped, was relished
at cocktail bars and even in re-
spectable church gatherings.
No one seemed concerned with
the perversity of the scheme.
Then the jokes began to pall. Land
buying suddenly ceased. This
shabby and dishonest trick broke
the boom. The conspirators of the
Seminole Beach fraud, giving
vent to their Jewish animous,
brought about the crash of the
Miami boom that caused ruin and
misery to thousands of Jews and
Gentiles. Yet not a word of cen-
sure came forth from the news.
papers, from church leaders or
from the moral forces of the com-
munity.
Hate on Wane
The "boom and bust" was fol-
lowed by severe hurricanes, the
closing of banks, the Wall st. pan-
ic of 1929. A deep depression set-
tled over America like a pall. The
chief concern of people was how
to make a living. The post-war
anti-Semitism was receding. Hen-
ry Ford had stopped his vicious
Continued, on Page 12-E
The Anti-De/amaU'on League of
B mi H rith will celebrate .:> 20th
anniversary m Florida t .1 h.ir.
.Suiiir.iav evening honoring '
LeRi-\ Collins it'ith die annual I
ard I-. Ab u Award in Hi,man I
1 dud all .la'. Sunday m a st .
"I
Hat s I.....: : vfiari
and several I
Amrriian Jewish themes whose 1
. tipean .1 in The |<
Flondian. herewith presents in tu*o
parts a tvi I londa
icene twenty years ago .: h
marked by free-wheeling b goti
against which uos launched this ..
Anii-De/amatniii League O/jice.

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Continued from Page 1-R
ing with some nf tht- Purttaiw "t
Massachusi When that is
laid, however, tha Uel itUl re-
main> that America has shown
lh< greeted ajnount >>f religious
tolerance and the highest degree
of religiou* freedom of any nation
in the modern world That is the
important fact and it is due in
very large measure to the variety
of religious denominations
brought to this country and to the
insistence of each succeeding
group that it had a right to prac-
tice its religion as it saw fit.
It is no accident that freedom of
religion has always been a central
part of the American creed. Peo-
ple who crossed oceans for the
right to believe Ln their own God
not lifthily i.'..ing to Minn I
er that right in four new life.
Not only has America been a
haven i"r victims <>! rellgloui
peraecutkm, irom Puritan En-
tli>hmen tc Ku--ian Jews, it has
attracted a!-o the victims of po-
litical tyranny. The violent up-
heavals in luirope in the middle
of the nineteenth century set off
a wave of migration. These were
not the firs! political refugees to
come to America, nor were they
the last. The Russian Revolution,
the terrors of Hitler's Germany
and most recently the Russian
plunder of Hungary all brought
new thousands seeking the free-
dom of the New World.
The first two parts of the great
trinity of forces that mold history
Denver Philanthropist Receives
Congratulations from Leaders
DENVER (JTA) President
Eisenhower. Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion. of Israel, and other
leaders joined recently in lauding
Adolph Kiesler. Denver's famous
Jewish philanthropist, on his 80th
birthday.
Mr Kiesler, who has contributed
about $1,200,000 in 17 years to a
Narrated Film Trip
Screen >tar Edward G. Robinson
and Leon Uris. author of "Exodus,"
narrate the filmed trip to Ger-
many. Quebec. Tahiti and Israel
which was to be shown at the Mi-
ami Public Library on Dec. 8 at 1
and 8 p.m. Tickets are free.
variety of Jewish. Zionist and gen-
eral causes, was honored at a com-
munity v.ide dinner here.
President Eisenhower said, in his
message, that Mr. Kiesler had, "in
the highest American tradition of
philanthropy." helped "many en-
terprises regardless of race, color
or creed."
Mr. Ben Gurion welcomed Kies-
ler's forthcoming visit to Israel
with a United Jewish Appeal Study
Mission and sent his "greetings and
best wishi
Other messages were received
from Philip Klutznick. former
president of B'nai B'rith. and Irv-
ing Kane, president of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
are religion | politics.
third part i- eci nomict Ail.
was, for millions, the land iZ
nomic opportunity For some
meant the chance to g
quick; for most it meant a ch;
to earn a better living for,
selves and their tamilies.
The economic motive asi
haps even more complex tba
other two. Some were no
led to this country by wild stii
of fabulous riches But morn
driven by the economic hap
of their native lands. Dii
like the Irish potato famint i
1846 drove millions to Anm
The Irish famine brought ah:
three-quarters of a million iaf
years. Still others were
to America on the promw
jobs in growing American
tries. The demands of an eipuj
ing economy fur labor seentdi
satiable and it was common I
a manufacturer or a rail
builder to advertise in Eu
newspapers and offer to pay t
passage of any man willing i
come to America.
These, then, were the mm
forces that triggered this tipi
ive migration. They affected I
ferent people in different
and there were some of earti
these factors in the momatixi1
almost every immigrant
one thing is certain every i
migrant served to reinforce i
strengthen those element!
American society that had at!
ed him in the first place
motives of some were coma
place the motives of od
were noble. Taken together
add up to the strengths and *t
nesses of America.
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^Jcwisli noritfan
arning Sounded of New Nazi Activities
Page 3-E
)ALLAS (JTA) A "grow-
|g International network of Nai-
rn" is operating "aggressively"
0m headquarters jn, Europe
tinh America and the Middle!
1st, the executive board of the
nerican Jewish Committee, meet-
|g here was told recently by
le Committee's president, Her-
|rt B. Ehrman.
The report, based on material
Ibmitted by the organization's
Ipresentatives in Buenos Aires,
|o de Janeiro and Paris, express-
"serious concern over the ac-
uities of neo-Nazis" which, Mr.
hrman stated,,"are rooted in anti-
kmitic, anti-democratic and total-
krian philosophies."
In the Middle East, Mr. Ehr-
mn said, the United Arab Re
public "has provided refuge to
considerable number of former
laxis who escaped from Germany
\nd who are serving as advisers
that country in its propaganda
lampaign against Israel."
The report also charged that
llimgarian Fascist groups are
bu operating in the United
pbSa," but pointed out that such
.nips "must be clearly distingu-
hi'd from the decent and loyal
ungarian majority in this coun-
ty." A New York weekly, "Free
jungary," was identified in the
kport as a "periodical which pub-
shes unbridled, anti-democratic
hd anti-Semitic propaganda."
IDuring the executive board meet-
Jg. Dr. John Slawson, executive
Ice president of the American
le wish Committee, announced
lans by Harvard and by the I'm-
>rsity of Michigan to probe, in
-operation with the AJC, "discrim-
.atory practices on the full utili-
tion of management manpower
^sources."
'Extensive discriminatory prac-
tes" by large American corpora-
The 40th anniversary of Histadrut. Israel's pioneering labor
movement was marked in New York City by a proclamation
by Mayor Robert F. Wagner and the temporary renaming of
world-famous Times Sguare as "Histadrut Sguare" for a three-
day period beginning Nov. 30. Tel Aviv-born Hana Raffe, a
student on leave from the Israel Defense Army, placed the new
sign in position as Dr. Sol Stein (left), executive director of the
Israel Histadrut campaign, assisted in the ceremony. Through-
out December, Histadrut's 40th anniversary will be observed in
many communities across the United States and Canada.
tions. said Dr. Slawson, have re- American industrial companies,
suited "in serious losses in man- while eight percent of the college-
agement manpower." Studies, he trained population in the United
declared, showed that Jews consti- States, from whose ranks manage-
tute less than half of one percent ment personnel are chosen, are
of that total executive personnel in Jews.
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Samuel Friedland, Miami Beach. Max Stern,
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vin Silbermun, Scarsdale, N.Y. (top row left to
right) on Dec. 4 at dinner at Waldorf-Astoria
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Rep. Halpern Holds Record for Activity
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Washington
Rep. Seymour Halpern. of New
York, holds the 195860 House
record for instances of activity
on Jewish issues, according to an
analysis of the 86th Congress.
The sole House member of Jew-
ish faith who is a Republican,
Rep. Halpern. a Liberal, votes ac-
cording to his independent con-
science rather than along party
linees. He is found with the lib-
erals of both parties, aligned
against both the Democratic and
Republican old guard.
Rep. Halpern is portrayed by
his supporters as a younger edi-
tion of Republican Sen. Jacob K.
Javits who generally stands with
liberals regardless of party.
Elected te Congress in 199$.
Rep. Halpern represent* the
Queens ere*. In hi* first term he
initiated more than 100 instances
of activity en Jewish issue* in
addition to a better than average
score on general legislation. He
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speech that the Congressman
found shocking. The speech was
delivered here on August 29 by
Ambassador Mostafa Kamel of
the United Arab Republic. The
Arab Ambassador attacked the
American "Jewish minority" in
language reminiscent of Hitler
and Goebbels. The Ambassador
also told Arab exchange students
it was their "duty" to inject anti-
Jewish and anti-Israel propa-
ganda into the election.
Rep. Halpern made known to
Secretary Herter that "there has
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the fray."
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enly instruct his nationals here
on visitors visas to become anti-
Jewish "agitators as well as po-
litical campaign workers in our
internal election?"
The State Department studied
Rep. Halpom's inquiry. The text
of the Arab speech was carefully
examined. As a result, the State
Department revealed that "cer-
tain aspects gave the De-
partment concern, and wert
brought to the Ambassador's at-
tention."
In a rare crackdown on Arab
anti-Semitism, Ambassador Kam-
1 was called to account and
given a stern warning coincident-
al with arrival at the United Na-
tions of his leader, Gamal Abdel
Nasser.
Another aspect raised by Aep.
Halpern concerned the Depart-
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ferre* to the Department of Jus-
tice for investigating. Justice
agents are following the situation
closely," It was stated, "and
any abuses which may arise are
dealt Rip. halpern iasT/ y^ar made
news when he visited Israel. He
saw no reason why an American
Congressman could not also visit
the Arab-held Old City of Jerus-
alem. He was mindful of the in-
dignity inflicted by Arab states
upon American travellers of the
Jewish faith.
At first denied entry, Rep. Hal-
pern insisted that the U.S. Em-
bassy in Tel Aviv arrange his
visit, through the Mandelbaum
gate into Jordan, despite the Jor-
danian ban on all Jews of any
nationality.
Rep. Halpcrn told the U.S. dip-
lomats that if Congress votes
huge sums to the Jordanian
Arabs, an American Congressman
should be free to travel in that
country.
Tho State Department's posi-
tion was obviously impossible. It
could net justify exclusion of an
American Congressman by the
Arab "Nuremberg law." The
United States Ambassador in
Amman, Jordan; was forced to
demand that Jordan permit the
precedent making visit. Cairo
and Baghdad screamed in out-
raged horror as a New York Jew
Granville Fisher Ixhibh
Granville Fisher is having a one-
man fchow of 50 new paintings,
ranging in style from representa-
tional to-abstract, at Ihe Granville
Galleries, 3SG9 Ponce de Leon
blvd., Coral Gables, from Dec. 4
to Si.'Dr. Fisher has shown his
works at University of Chicago.
Norton Gallery, Lowe Gallery, and
Atlanta Art Assn. He is the winner
(f many awards.
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walked with im
held territory.
m.ireinbr tte ** Com-
Ro"Mun, **"** and Currency.
VrtrL^f PT" fought American
appwrfW of a. $56*mnmn World
Bank Iwm to Nasser. The loan
Suez Canal. Free transit should
be a requirement for the pending
loan, said Rep. Halpern.
A bitter fight ensued. Rep. Hal-
pern organized a protest by many
members of his banking commit-
tec. This causPd President Black
of he World Bank to invite Rep
Halpcrn for a two-hour discus-
sion.
Mr. Black maintained that the
Bank was an economic rather
than political institution and
could exert no pressure to lift
the anti-Israel Suez restrictions.
But. having done his homework,
Rep. Halpcrn was able to cite
actual instances in which the
Bank made political conditions
before approving loans.
The loan was finally granted.
However, the Halpern battle
shook high places to the extent
Ui-.American mipport -shortly
emerged for a considerable
World Bank loan to Israel to
build a new seaport at Ashdod.
Also the U.S. Export Import
Bank assented to finance the pur-
chase of new Boeing 707 com-
mercial jet airliners by El Al
Israel Airlines. Such facilities
were envisaged as moves to off-
set the Arab air and sea blockade
of Israeli commerce.
The Arab propaganda appara-
tus has altacked Rep. Halpern a
number of times. Rep. Halpern
is amused by such criticism. His
philosophy is that an American
Congressman, regardless of his
own religion, is duty-bound to up
hold the consistent dignity of the
United States and it's citizens of
Jewish and other faiths alike.
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By MAX LERMER
THEY were still searching Bos-
ton Harbor, as 1 wrote this, for
ten or a dozen passengers who
p rnissin" from the turboprop
Electra which crashed and hit
the water a few seconds after
takeoff for Philadelphia.
It happened at a time, just at
the end of Tuesday afternoon,
when I usually fly back to New
York from my teaching at Bran-
ded University. Ito week I
didn't go to the airport as usual
because I had promised to talk
to the senior class in a series or-
ganized by President S a c h a r,
where the speaker talks of his
life and its crises and turning
points, and what he has tried to
do with himself.
Thus, while I was'talking of life
and its meanings, a mass death
had taken place, and rescuers
were disentangling dead and liv-
ing bodies from the floating de-
bris, and taking them to morgue
and hospital. While I was trying
to present to the students the
possibilities of life from my own
angle of vision, those possibilities
had incalculably ended for some
sixty people.
1 had planned to write in this
space on some other topic, con-
cerned perhaps with the UN or
the campaign. But writing in a
city which is still aghast at the
suddencss and the proportions of
the disaster, it is hard to keep
your mind on the national and
global themes. While I have noth-
ing to add to news accounts. I
keep thinking of some of the im-
plications of all these air dis-
asters.
a
THE*Y are making some people
vow that they will never leave
solid ground to soar into the air
on the wings of so perilous and
unpredictable a bird. As for me
1 cannot afford the luxury of
keeping my feet always solidly
on the ground. By the nature of
my work, as well as by my taste
for movement and my hankering
,0 see what goes on wherever it
does. I average more days In the
air than not.
I won't stop because of the mis-
haps, but I confess they jolt me
when I read about them. And
1 am deeply disturbed because
the Electras. on which such deep
doubt has been cast both by tseir
recent record and by the inquiries
that have been made, seem to
represent a vested interest that
cannot be grounded.

BUT there is a larger implica-
tion: some of these crashes are
douStless avoidable, with more
thorough care and more courage-
ous government controls. But
with all our care we shall go on
having a number of them, simply
because we have made mechan-
ism our monarch and automation
our master, and putting our trust
in their vaunted infallibility we
have imposed too heavy a burden
for them to carry.
But we are stuck with them,
and from now on they are likely
to be the carriers of much of
the tragedy of our lives. The
space shots and missiles which
may be a prelude to nuclear war
are intricate systems of automa-
tion which work when everything
in them goes right and which
fail when perhaps only one out
of thousands of "events" in some
circuit or sequence is defective.
I have the nightmare feeling that
we are coming to regard war
Itself as part of some automatic
pattern of history instead of as
something that depends on man's
wrong or right decisions, or in-
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amidst the despairs of our en a,
life can aim at something worth-
while at a piece of work done
well, at love given and felt, at
creativeness in whatever field you
care about, at taking part in some-
thing that gives greater life
chances to people with stunted
ones, at a sense of the human con-
nection.
One of tne students asked
whether his generation is not
faced with a darker ordeal than
mine was, or earlier ones 1 was
doubtful about it. Every gener-
ation has the oppressive feeling
that its lot is harder and it path
more perilpus. Every generation
has a twist of self-pity about it.
I will agree to one thing however
that with- the enlargement of
life's possibilities through trie
spread of knowledge, and the
waste of so much that could be
generous and deep in life, the
sense of the absurd grows with
each new step we take.
I suspect that most ot us in the
end learn how to cope with
tragedy, however its scars mar
ache. What we have not yet learn-
ed to cope with is the sense of the
bdtlrt in life. The wild accident
of the Boston plane crash, so
senseless, so erratic, carries with
it something ol the absurd.
According to the Hebrew pro-
phets, idolatry was not 88 much
the worshp of strange gods but
the worship of what man had him-
self made. Man's idolatry today
lies in his worship of the ingenious
and intricate things he contrives,
thinking fondly they are for life.
And their revenge is to turn oa
him and spell out his death.
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A Hebrew Univ. Student Visits Russia
... By MICHAEL" SHASHAR
IB hone of m>writing* descriD
ing my stay in the Soviet Union
have I referred to any of the
Jews with whom I spoke. This
was dictated by elementary pre-
caution not that the people
concerned would automatically
be rudely awakened by a 3 a.m.
knock on the door even if au-
thorities were to read these ar-
ticles but simply because Rus-
sia is an unpredictable country,
and the practice of compiling
dossiers is still a very common
one. I now come, however, to an
exception to this .prudent rule.
I refer to one. Nicolai. an engi-
neering student at the Moscow
School of Technology.
Nicolai is dark, well built, 21,
end very militant. He is an active
member of the Comosol, the Com-
munist youth movement, and is
director of on* of the sports com-
mittees. Nothing I could sty
about Nicolai could possibly bo
used against him, for this young
man is everything that the young
Russian student ought to be.
I met him -in rather unusual
circumstances, at the bar in the
Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. Sip-
ping sherry brandy with my two
Israeli colleagues, I watched him
as h> walked through the gilded
doors and strode directly towards
us.
"I saw you from the balcony."
Tie began in a correct though gut-
teral English, "and I was in
trigued by your white head-cov-
Michjrl ShesMT i> J Aliidrnt at llie
Hebrew Unit eruty \n Jerusalem who
recently visited Soviet Riu.ia With
tu'O other Israeli students. Tliev wort
ithncblue .l(u!I op during i/ieir
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ering. Are they tratcrnity hats?"
"No,- I replied, "they are skull *
ShSt* worn r,h"
fia,!LaPPCar,ed ,0 be genuinely
flabbergasted. lYou mean to tell
me that you three fellows are re-
Mwous Jews' Here we are send-
ng Sputniks and Luniks into W space, and you still say there
God. What are > e
Z&r" God wi,h the 5
Without waiting for our reply
the young man. who later mtrol
duced h.mself as Nicolai. i
ready w.th his next question:
Where are you from? Amer-
!V/'No. Israel.' e answered
in unison.
evird,hhenp,he be" ran Wh-
e\er the Russian's views were
" Jew'sh State, were cut
short by the pushing and shoving
of people making their way back
to their seats. "Meet me by the
cloakroom when ifs over. I want
to speak to you." he called, and
then disappeared in the crowd by
the gilded swinging doors.
When the final curtain fall to
the roar of a deafening applause,
my two colleagues and I instinc-
tively set our white Jerusalem
skull caps firmly on our heads
and strode out towards the cloak-
room. He stood waiting for us,
together with a very serious and
prim looking dark, handsome
girl.
"Take us to your hotel.-' he
said, "and we'll have a drink."
Russian towns have few cafes,
and it is the common practice to
use hotel bars, providing one has
the money.
Hardly had we sat down when
he began: "So you come from Is-
rael, eh?" It appeared that Nico-
lai had definite views on every-
thing, including Israel. We had.
*o,,he told us, a Fascist govern-
Jncnt; Ben-Gurion was a reac-
tionary bourgeois: Nasser would
make peace tomorrow were it not
for the militaristic policies of Is-
rael, and we were citizens of a
colonial base of the Western pow-
ers.
It was during this lively, often
heated exchange, that Nicolai
told us of his Jewish origins, ex-
plaining that his girl friend
who sat silently throughout the
two hour discussion was a Gen-
tile, "and that's how it should
be. Furthermore." he concluded
"every young Jew in his senses'
thinks as I do."
Do they' Do all the young Jews
in Russia berate the Jewish
State, scoff at the Jewish relig-
ion and claim an ideological just-
ification for the love of a Gentile
girl?
There are no statistics telling
of the number of young Russian
Jews who denounced their post
just as there is no numerical rec-
ord of those youngsters whom I
saw standing outside the Moscow
synagogue on Yom Kippur listen-
ing to the service over loudspeak-
ers.
I did not count them but they
made up a sizeable crowd. I
would like to believe that they
represent a different strata of
Nicolai's generation. The fact
that they did not know how to
pray in Hebrew and that many
of them had in-stained fingers,
having come straight from the
class rooms and lecture halls,
clearly indicated that they too
were products of Soviet educa-
tion.
They stood and listened and un-
derstood not a word. And yet
their very presence was a silent
demonstration.
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JWV Fears Arab Plans During Change-Ovei
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WASHINGTON .The Jewish
War Veteran* pi the I'.S.A. this
week warned that Arab gotten
merits are attempting to exploit
the transition period of change
over from the Republican to Dem-
ocratic Administration by intensi-
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nial to them ol transit through the
Suez ("anal, solely 00 'he basis of
such vessels having .stopped at Is-
rael port-.
Commander Feuer reminded
tht President of his television
statement of February 20, 1957,
vowing stern action should the
U.A.R. not abandon its denial of
transit through the Sues. The
promise was made in conjunction
with Mr. Eisenhower's demand
that Israel withdraw its victor-
ious forces from the Sinai Penin-
sula.
Commander Feuer called atten-
tion to the announcement by the
Arab League Boycott Office in Cai-
ro that three additional American'
freighters will be barred from Arab
seaports because the ships traded
with Israel. The Arabs made clear
the blockade is being tightened, and
warned that despite expressions
by the United States Government.
American vessels will be punished
for entering Israeli seaports.
Keuer expressed confidence that
"the incoming Administration will
not countenance such cynical Arab
action." He expressed hope that the
Kennedy Admini.-tration would not
announce a promise of stern action,.
to be followed by appeasement.
He called for implementation of
the stated policies of the Admin
"The Faithful City The Siege oi Jerusalem, 1958," recently
published by Simon and Schuster, is being presented by the
author. Dr. Dov Joseph, to Consul General oi Israel^Dr. Binya-
min Eliav at a special reception at the Herzl Institute in New
York City.
istration against the Arab bloc and
simultaneously alerted the Presi-
dent-elect.
The newest additions to the Arab
blacklist were the American ships
"Ike" (7.208 tons). "Marine Voy-
ager" (7.667 tons); and "Exan-
thia" (6.533 tons).
Feuer said that "if the Arabs
are permitted to flout the centuries-
old policy of freedom of the seas
and insult the American flag, we
have retreated from the days when
we insisted on- our just rights, as,
exemplified by the words to the I
shores of Tripoli' in the Marine
Corps hymn, so sacred to Amen-
Feuer recalled that C. Douglas
Dillon, then acting Secretary of
State, on May 6, 1960, notified
the Seafarers International Un-
ion that Arab harassment would
be met by "efforts to assure fret
c"om of the seas and to protect
the interests of our shipping and
seamen discriminated
against by the Arab boycott and
blacklisting policy," and emphi
sited that this was an issue that
affected "the dignity of the na-
tion and all its citiiens, regard
less of political affiliation or
the recent election."
The JWV pointed out there mas
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odor Herri, "father" of political
Zionism, was probably the only in-
tellectual of his time who had cor-
rectly appraised the plight of Euro-
pean Jewry 60 years ago, Dr. Ab-
ba Silver, American Zionist leader,
declared here recently as he ad-
dressed th.e Herzl Centennial Cele-
bration held at Carnegie Hall. The
celebration, attended by more than
1.500 people, marked the climax
of the thiee-day National Assembly
of American Zionists.
"Dr. Bend knew that anti-Semit
ism would not subside in Europe,
that the Jewish people could not
be assimilated, and that grantin-:
the Jev.s political equality would
not reach the heart of the problem,
nor would there be any solution iii
emigration from one country to an
other," Rabbi Silver said.
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covorod. Rabbi Stiver said, was
the astablishmant of tha Jewish
State, legally reeogniied.
Dr. Silver also emphasized that
Dr. Henl imbued Jews with the
spirit of self-reliance. This meanl
reliance, "not on the philanthro-
pists, r.cl on the notables, not on
the few, but on the whole of the
Jewish people itself," Rabbi Silver
.said.
He pointed out that the Jewish
people "had never put its know-
ledge ol that lesson to better use
than in its accomplishment of the
t.isk of building a state from
scratch, setting up a new govern-
ment and the orderly processes of
life in the face of hostile neighbors1
bent upen belligerency by the boy-1
coll and blockade, in absorbing un-,
selected immigrants from all parts'
of the globe and in maintaining an
adequate economy with the most
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hat hbSo" Mr-,Mor9e'n ^Plains to King Frederick
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A Catholic Martyr in Name of Judaism
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
SINCE the sixth or seventh centuries, there have
been fen Jewish historians. We are a people of
history but often lack a sense of and appreciation
for recording present history Unfortunately, there
are many blind spots in the histories of Jews dis-
persed throughout the world. Not only are we ig-
norant of what happened during decades but evea
lor centuries
People are generally familiar with the Inqu;
sition. However, it required the 19th century with
its liberalism and enlightenment to inaugurate ex-
tensive research into the history of the Inquisition
Scholars who were able to read Latin and ancient
Spanish and who were also paleographers began
to bring to light matters that were hidden in old
musty tomes and in dark corners of many churches
anJ cathedrals.
We are indebted to Prof. Henry- C Lea, for his
work on the "History of the Inquisition" and the
"History of the Inquisition in the Spanish Depend-
encies His contribution in English, in part, in
spired Jewish scholars to pursue Lea's revelations.
George Alexander Kohut, of the Amsterdam Jewish
Historical Society, was one of those who picked
up the figurative gauntlet and carried on the work
insofar as it pertained to Jewry.
We are also indebted to Dr. Cecil Roth for his
"History of the Marranos." This book, while his
torical. has all the elements of not one but literally
thousands of human dramas more exciting than
any work of fiction, more suspenseful than any
novel.
Just as the rabbis of old loved to teach and
moralize from parables or the "mashal," so the
records of the Inquisition are an equal source for
less,ms that each generation of Jews should learn.
These records are almost fantastic in the wealth
of detail and the completeness of some of the trials.
In a time when shorthand was unknown and steno-
type machines unheard of. we find verbatim re-
ports of lengthy speeches. Let it be said for the
recorders of these trials that they did not omit or
change the tenor of the language. Even when such
language constituted a reflection upon the validity
of the Church, each report had to be signed by the
accused so as to have his attestation as to the cor-
rectness of the reports.
One of these trials was that of Francisco Mal-
donado He Silva. He is our Catholic Jew and was
born about 1593 and was baptized as a Catholic.
He became a Jew some time about 1611-12 and
lived in Chile and Lima. Peru, when he was ap-
proximately 19 years of age.
A Papal Delegttt
It is now necessary to introduce the Jewish
Catholic, who was already an adult in 1406. and
lived in Spain, some 7.000 miles from Peru. Rabbi
strmoua uumah
...tW fact ta feu
Solomon ha-Levi was a "converso" and had volun-
tarily embraced Christianity in order to further
his personal ambitions, according to H. Graetz He
was learned and. after becoming an "apostate,''
embraced Christianity with greater vigor than
those who had been born to the faith. He resented
the continued existence of the "Mosaic" faith His
dreams for personal advancement and high office
were fulfilled. He adopted the name Pablo (Paul)
de Santa Maria. He became a member of the Coun-
cil of State in Spam and co-regent for the infant,
King Juan II. In order to have Jews follow in his
footsteps, he wrote a book. "Scrutinium Scnptura-
rum." which bore his title of Bishop of Burgos. He
was also papal delegate to the Spanish court.
Now we travel 280 years in time and 7.000
miles in space to find ourselves back with young
De Silva at the age of 18 in aproximately 1611 II.,
mother came from an old Catholic family He had
been christened and baptized at birth and up to
his 18th year had regularly attended Mass and
gone to confession, and had otherwise observed
the tenets of the Christian faith.
He was an intelligent man. studied medicine,
and ultimately became a leading surgeon in thi>
Kingdom of Peru. At 18. he came across the work
of the infamous former rabbi, Pablo de Santa Ma-
ria, and read "Scrutinium Scripturarum." The book
disturbed him. He became aware of inconsistency
and fallacies and instead of finding confirmation
for his faith, he felt that Judaism possessed some-
thing that was lacking in Christianity
Being troubled in mind and spirit, he sought
the advice of his father. He then learned for the
fir,t time that his father had been born a Jew. had
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"keen converted, had been brought Maro ,h ,""
quisition as a heretie in imk Jy De,ore ,ne In-.
' ^Jmisii ncridfor)
t
n Service of Cod
His father had never revealoH h!? -. .
because he did not want his son L L 'nfrma,lon
any perO. However, in view of h,s H* ?P*ed ,0
be told bim^ whatever heVnew0r,hSp?!Cmen,S-
ether essential to the salvation of his soul
The young man married and hai a -
but did not revea, h.s true reU^ JisttZ
child. Subsequently, he attempted to convert his
older sister, Isabel, uho was a spirter and de
vout Catholic. She, however, wa's shock d upt
learnmg of the heresy of her younger brother Ss
sister remained unswerved in her devotion ,o C
thohcism and she pleaded with him, "not to oer
ro^t^Tat.e.ssforshesawthere'nthe^-
Ignorant of what an earlier martyr Rahhi
Ak.ba had said 1,600 years pr.or there,o'andwh,
would be said 150 years later by anchor martyr
Nathan Hale, he told her that "even if he had w
thousand lives, he would gladly lose them in the
service of the living God."
When Isabel saw she could not bring about a
change, she told another sister. Donna Felipa Mal-
don.de, who advised Isabel to reveal all to her
confessor. His sister, the devout Catholic, reported
all this to her priest at confession, who told her
she had to notify the chief authorities of the Holy
Office and she appeared before them."
Donna Felipa also appeared, -in the gorgeous
robes of the society of Jesus and deposed against
her brother, repeating all that she had heard from
her sister, liabeJ." Among the detailed informa-
lion she gave was that her brother, "observed the
Jewish feasts and fasts, put on a clean shirt on
the Sabbath, etc."
Francisco Maldonado De Silva was arrested in
1627 and incarcerated until 1639 when he was fin-
ally burnt at the stake. For over 11 years, the
church did all in its power to reconvert him to
Christianity. Fifteen disputations and debates were
had between him and leading Catholic authorities
and theologians during the years 1627 and 1633.
He remained unconvinced of any error and took
the affirmative in attempting to prove to his op
ponents that they were wrong. He adopted the
name, Eli Nazaveno.
He reported how he had circumclzed himself,
?a'fourTa ESre,,: miie in prison' > would
fas,'!!,,!?34- he'fa,t*d >< 80 days, breaking the
( -thTn^u^arLt,^ ^ ^ **
huSkAsf,frnmhi,ShCOnValeSCCnCei he ***** ,0 c'lect
subsM, f 1 Crn fr which he had kl as a
ITLZ ead He "wd ,he ** "<* "'?
contriverTf arepc.oul f and "somehow
hK cen h/h? h'mSelf ,hrUgh an *"* *
but ra.L n0t SCCk escapc from the jail
awa tinC r'i"r ^ S""1 where ,hcr
tual v Ln ',St;en8,hCnCd lheir for,i,ude a"d "ac
tually converted two Catholics to Judaism one
accused of bigamy, the other, a friar, of breakmg
his vows of celibacy." g
George H. Kohut continues as follows, "The
Plot was. of course, discovered, and De S.l a was
brought to bay, and admitted everything, p eadTng
XnTe i81US ZCal 3S ,hC n,y m'ive S
A Festive Day
"That this weak, underfed, and defenseless man
was a tower of strength, occasioning his judges and
his learned opponenfs much vexation of spirit, may
be seen from the following passage of the official
report of the trial, which we copy literally, 'God
grant,' so runs the pious wish, "that the prisoner
had become mute as a result of his memorable
eighty days fast, ere the great conspiracy could
have been consummated; thus stricken, he could
not have prevailed upon the many imprisoned Ju-
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blessed Tribunal'."
He was burnt at the stake January 23, 1639. It
was a great festive day and great masses of peo-
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ital. The preparation had consumed 50 days of un-
interrupted labor. In addition to De Silva. there
were 11 other "Judaizantes." who marched to the
funeral pyre. The very last in this dismal company
was Francisco Maldonado De Silva, a Nazarite in-
deed, pale and emaciated, a mere bundle of bones,
his long hair and beard forming a halo around his
head, with the precious little books he wrote fas-
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who, when the death sentence was read, exclaimed:
"This is the will of the Lord. I shall see the
God of Israel face to face!"
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W. German President Visits Cologne Jews
COLOGNE(JTA)President Heinrich I.uebke, of the West Cer
man Federal Republic, visited the Cologne Jewish community recenlh
1 resident I.uebke, who was received by Rabbi Zvi Azarya and Jewish
communal leaders, placed a wreath in the memorial hall for the victims
of the Nazi terror.
The President's visit coincided
with the issuance of the first issue
ol a quarterly "Germania Judaica"
bulletin by the Cologne Library tor
the History of German Jewry. The
library, dedicated to the "preser-
vation of German-Jewish history
and to the recapture of the Jewish
contributions to German culture.''
was founded in June. 1958 by two
young Catholic writers, Heinrich
Boell and Paul Schallueck.
"W art concerned about his-
torical reality and not so much
about superficial political mani-
festations, because we realize
that the harm the persecutions of
the Jews has done is too deep to
be overcome by mere declara-
tions," the editors wrote In the
first issue. "Only the whole
trtth, no matter how horrible it
may be, can aid us in reestab-
lishing contact with the Jews."
The scientific board of the li
brary met here reeen:l> to d
plans I i arch and tor estab-
Two Rio Jews Elected to State
Legislature in Brazil Contest
RIO DE JANEHtO (JTA
!>'. Gerson Berger, presl i nl ol the
Zionist Organization of Rio de Ji
neiro. and another Jew. I-
Silbert, have been elected to the
legislature of the State oi Guana
bara, according to recent balloting
tabulations completed here. Rio de
Janeiro is in Guanabara
The complete national election
results show that the pro-Nazi In
tegralista Party polled only 26.0(H)
votes in the entire country, and
failed to elect any candidates to
the national legislature.
The Federation of Brazilian
Jewish Communities formally
congratulated the newly chosen
President, Janio Quadros, upon
his election. Quadros was accus-
ed by Communists, during the
bitter election campaign, of being
anti-Semitic.
He reje ted t h e accusations,
backing II up with announcement!
ilia! he woul.i continue Brazil's tra
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LEGAL NOTICE
Ifnittinrrirjjfrrj
NOTICE UNDER"
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY (ilVKN thai
|he undersigned, dosirlnit I
Iness un ler the (i. litln nnnu of
Si:> iimAjiN i-: i if mia mi ai jin n.w
127^' v.rrfa. Miami Intend in reglftei
I argfcwtih the n.'k i,l ih,. cir-
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fN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51244 C
IN RE Esl
WII.I.IA.M V. 01X>8SON
IH-.. i. i]
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditor* unit All Peisoi Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Kald
Estate:
Yini are hereby notified ami requir-
ed to present, any clulms and demands
which you may have against the estate
of WHX.IAM F. OLosson deceased"
Int.. nf Dade County. Florida, to the >
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
County Courthouse In I>.ide County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the snme will he barred.
MIC NIK N. ANDERSON
Executor
GEORGE N. MacDONELL
Attorney
f.04 Hlscayne I tl'lar.
Miami :i2. Florida.
lt/2-9-16-23
BY HENRY LEONARD
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE,
No. 50865
IN RE: Estate of
i.SCAR F GREEN
Deceased.
To Ml Creditor* and AM Person* Hav-
ng Claim* or Demands Against Bald
Betate:
Tou, and each of you. are bereb)
notified and required to present any
i lalni* and demands which you; or
.ih.' of you, may haw against the
estate of OSCAR F GREEN ill
late of n.nie County. Florida, to tin
', r.,1. County Judges of Dade
. inty, and file the same In Ihelr of-
fice' in thd County Courthousi In bade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
month-, from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said Halms or demand*
itnin the legal address .if the
nt .inil to l.e sworn t. and
sen ted M aforesaid. ..1 -.111. u ill he
. .1
Ibtted Novemlier Jl, AI' |M*
HoHKHTS GREEN \- E.....or
f 1 he l.a-t Will ,'i,i Ti stamenl ol
OSCAR F. QRBBN, ]>.,..,... 1.
E8SBN
Atlornej for Executor
';' 8-8-M-8]
"Well, children let' see whoT
Webster hoc to cry."
Hi.1
,____NOTICE UNDER
v,.-rFrCTl,T,OUS "ME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HIV EN
the undersigned, d.-sliing t ,.aihs,. ,
H".H -'T"i N.W, ;.,,i, street
Miami, Ha., intend :,. .. g|Hi, .,,,,
! Clerk 0| ......
' ""n ounl ,, Rot Ida
I- U SMITH. |\
L. '1 Smith. Pi. Bld, ,u
,->, 1 i. v'""''"' Smith, s., t. t.uy
'.'M.I ..MAN ,v 1,1 il.l STEIN
-:": Wi t Fag lei Street
Miami, FToi
Auomeya foi Registrant
_____ 11 '18-83, 18 J-f.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tlie undersign**], desiring to engage in
tusine-is under the fictitious name of
BARNEY BERNSTEIN & COMPANY
at chamber of Commerce Building,
Miami ".:', Intend to register said name
uith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
ounty, Florida.
BARNEY BERNSTEIN
SOL PATCHEN
CARR A WARRKN
Attorney* for Applicants
1408 Ainsley I'.ldg.
13/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKBEBY GIVEN thi.t
the undersigned, desiring 10 angagi In
business under the fictitious nami 01
STROLL-O-CHAIR DISTRIHI'Tolts
it 1227.'. N.E. nth Avenue. North Mi-
anil intemis to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
' 'ounl ^. Khrida.
LCLLAISYH DIAPER SERVICE. INC
a Fla. Corp,
13 J-8-18-23
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCOURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 50405 B
(Dowling)
n Ri ESTATE iF
DORA KA1J5K
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credlton and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed t.i present any claims and demands
which you may have against tin
i.ite ,,f dor.a KALER deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges 01 Dade County, and file
the aame in their offlcea In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Horlda,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
IRVING K KALER,
Rxecutot
Pallid. Silver. Pallot. Stem & Minti
701 Congress Bldg, Miami 88, Kla.
SA.M I. SILVER. Attorney
701 Congress Bldg. Miami 32. Kla.
_________________________11'2.".. 18/8.8-1f
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dishing to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
OFFICE LOUNGE at ISI N.E, 1st
Street, Miami. Horlda Intends to reg-
lstei -aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
VISION ENTERPRISES, INC.
la Kla. Corp.)
SOL MAISEL
Attorney fur Applicant
tit Security Trust Bldg.
ll/M, 18/8-9-1I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under th. fictitious name ol
FASHION PRODUCTIONS LTD
SSjn b.w 87th Terraeo, Miami, Flor-
ida Intends t,, register said name with
the Clerk ,,f the Circuit Court ol Dade
t'ountv. Florida.
EDITH APPLEBAUM
18 2-9-16-23
T<
Y
to -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. S0C11634
JOSEPH PI.ESKO,
Plaintiff,
MARIE rLEKJCO.
I 'efendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
MARIE PLEHKO
L' Noun Mai'le Avenue
East Orange. New Jersey-
it are hereby notified and -eo,ulred
rve a cojty of your Answer to the
"f Comvlalnt for Divorce, en
ilf' ntt'mey. and file h nrlc-
Ini.l In the office of t-e clerk of the
I'lrvuil Co0 of iwd^ c,,.,otv Florida.
on ..r before the 2nd day of Janus: y.
"erw'e the a'l-istl. ns
'omnlnint will he taken i,- COB-
I b> .u.
1 N. vcmber "n |Mto
1 H 1 tATHEPMAN
ClrrK of ci .it Co rt
Bj M M i v\i \Ni
Pajpnty Clerk
s MPEL .1 HAvn
v for Plaintiff
bold Building
Miami 88, Florid*
: 8-S-K-8I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48569
IN RE: Btat of
MORRIS CORTEZ
I isi 1 ant d.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
ttOTICB i- hereby given that 1 have
filed mv Final Report and Petition for
DIM 1 .nution and Final Discharge as
Executor of the estate of Morris Cor-
t*. deceased: and that on the 10th
day of January, 11. at 2:00 P.M.. will
apply to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge s* Executor of
the estate of the above-named dece-
dent. This 28nd day of November,
IMt,
s/ ISADORE CORTEZ
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney
viz Key bold Building
M iaml 32, Florida
12/8-9-16-2J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. 80C375S
HELEN HARRISON,
PlCintirr,
VS.
RT HARRISON,
1 lefendant.
NOTiCt OF PUBLICATION
T" R< 'BERT HARRISON
< Hotel Aurora
Aunrii, Illinois
TOTJ ARE HEREBY notified that a
Bill ..f Complaint for Divon -. has !" 11
filed against you and you are required
v......p 01 1 our nswer or
other pleadlni 01 tlfPs attorney,
Ml 1.TON a FRIEDMAN, 111 Unsley
Building. Miami. Florida, and file the
uriglnaJ with th.- Clerk "f the circuit
Co ;rt on or before the 8th day <>f .lan-
uary, i'm'.i. ,.r iudgment by default will
be taken against you.
DATED THIS 80th DAY OF NOV-
Mi'i-i: IM0, at Miami, Dade County.
Florida.
. V. LEATHERM \N.
'1. 1 k ..f Circuit Court
i dc Counts t lorida
(seal) By. WM W STOCKING
I'. pun clerk
MILTON A. KR1KDMAN
Attornev for Plaintiff
D11 Ainsley Building
Miami 32, Florida
FRanklin 1-366*
12/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,, engage in
business under the fictitious, name ol
HONEY'S DEPARTMENT STORE st
211 S E. 1st Street. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk ,,f the Circuit C.....t of I 'a.ie
County, PlorldA.
GOLD'S, INC
ia h,i Corp.)
MARX PABER
Attorney for Applicant
1012 Congress Bldg.
11 85. 12 8-8-K
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
WOLLEN A PA RT M E N T S" and
"WOLLBN'8 APARTMENT8" at :>14
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach In-
t.n.ls to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count) Florida.
BERNARD WOI.1.KN
KOVNBR & MANNHEIM 1:1:
An..11,. yi for Bernard Wollen
11/85, 18/8-9-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF CIRCU'T CO''RT OF THE
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF
ELEVENTH .lUPiC'AL r.ipr*UiT OF
COUNTV. in THANCERY.
N* 0C11940
ANNE S. ZOUiNDEK.
Plaintiff.
V".
RI BIN )DrtEK,
I 'efendan*
SUIT FOR D'VORCE
Tie RIHIN Zt>I>.ND'T<
4*1 West End Avenue
Manhattan
New York Oily. N,w York
You are hvrehv notified that a Bill
of c,,mpia|nt for Divorce has been
' led against you. and vou are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
1 leading to the Bill of Complaint on
plaintiff"* Attotnev. OFXiR'lE A
"1':IEN. 2i ARAGON AVENUE
'Y1RAL OABI.ES. FUiRlDA and file
ginal Answer or Pleading In the
offli e of the Clerh of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19th day of December
'"" If vou fall to de so. Judgment by
'"fault will be taken against you for
'he ,elief demanded In the Bill of
aint.
This notice shall b* publish, d once
a h week for fo
'Mi: JEWISH KLohMI'l N
I"'NK AND ORDERED gl M m
this 14th day of Novembei
. IIIEI'.MaN :.rk.
lot Ida
; v\t \N.
I puty Clerk
I OBIUEX
J3 AraKBi Ave.. Coral Gables
* f'.r Plaintiff
Il?lt-. !/*-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 31489 1953
IN RE Estate of
WILL RAFEL
fa eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
AFPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Niiri'i: i- hereto) u-i^en that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
i;N,. ir|x ol the .state of WILL
l(\n 1. ......Md: and that on the
December, IIKW, will apply
t the II......rabl* county Judgi
Dad. Co inty, Florida, foi approval 1
said Final Report and for distribution
and fin.a .1 Executrix of an*
ssUK "f the above-nameii decedent
Thl* Hth day of November. I0.
PAULINE PATRICK
KENNETH M. MYERS
Attorney
Mi. r-. Helman & Kaplan
iir.o s.w i-' -" 1
Miami 36. Florida
18 8-l-ll-xl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C1140*
RllY SMITH.
Plaintiff.
RBG1NA*A SMITH.
""''SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RBGINA SMITH
PO Box
TO:
Rower* Hills. Virginia
n*
PUI
\V. st
iitalnllffs Attornev. CAIN -
Ksgler Street. MUml 44. rror
Eii^-MW'sfflajj
!k p- It '"curt on .. before the
fox the reliet
. Miami.
norid! S day "' NOV.
x ,. rHERMAN Clerk,
D.,,u,y .'.rkriiirM.1|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI SWIM PRODUCTS at 3090 NW
75th St., Miami, Florida.
S1LRY-DOLCOURT CHEMICAL
INDUSTRIES la Fla. Corp.)
Sole Owners
CAIN & ISIS
Attorneys for Applicant
3830 W. Flagler St.
11/85.12/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
-' under the fictitious name of
SEVEN BEAS NOVELTY CO at I8M
80th Street. Miami Beach :I9. Fla., In-
tends to register said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MILTON WITTENBERG
'i to, II 8-8-H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCOURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51226-C
In Re: ESTATE OP
BANDOR PALIN
1... ..,.-. d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Credllora and All Persons Hav-
ing Claimi. or Demands Against Bald
Estati
You, Bnd each of you are hereby
: and required to present any
claims 01 demands which you, or
either "f you, ma) have against the
estate of BANDOR PALIN deceased
late ol Dadt County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judge* "f Dade
County, and file th.- BUM in their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 733.16 of
the 194.1 Probate Act.
Dated November 81, A.D. 190.
MILTON R. MANNHEIMER
As Executor of the Ijist will and
Testament of SAN DOR PALIN,
Deceased.'
KOVNER A M A N N H El IIER
Attornev* for Executor
11/2%. 12/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORTH DADE CATERERS at h"i
N E. 179th Terrace. Miami. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Floi Ida
TERRY LEVY and
MORTY KOSOY
Bole < rwners
HENRY A K \M!'
1884 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorn**/for North Dadi Caterers
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th- undersigned, dishing to engagi in
business undet the fictitious name "f
GOLD'S WOMENS WEAR at 8138
N.E 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida Intends
to reglstei said name with the CleTk
of ih. Circuit Coint .,f Dade County,
Florl la.
GOLD'S, INC.
ia Fla. '"rp.)
M MIX I- IBER
Attorney for A ppllcanl
1612 Congress Bldg.
11 85, 18/8-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 3IVEN that
ndi gnad, di siring to engsge in
business under the fictitious name of
PARK iSLE CLUB APARTMENTS at
,1 strut. 72:11-ti-".1 Wayne
ive Miami Beach, intends to register
said name with th* Clerk ol the Cir-
cuit Court ,,f Dade County, Florida.
MURRAY GREENE. Trustee
. ".l 85, 18 I-8-18
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
he nnderslrned. dc'nne to enrage In
business under the fictitious nam< ol
THE FAY COHfN EXPORT COM-
PANY at 18*1 N.E. 88th Street. Miami
Intends lo regiatar said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Flor'-'a.______,,
NATHAN G. COHEN
18 2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61127-C
IN RE Estate of __
JJEUBBN GERBERT.
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM Creditors and Ml P* sons Hav-
ing Claims or I', man.ls Against Said
EVoIiV. herebj n.t:ii,a and required
to present any c'a'ma and detnan.ts
,.,. havi against th, es-
Ut*'of I K l:nN 1 a-RRKKT deceased
[tade County; Florldg, t the
_ t.i .-. i,...v unit

the same will be barred.
Sl)NIA ilKRHBRT
RICHARD BRICKMAN
s:reet
KlanlW. Fla- ]5.25.,;/,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi uni de*li Ing to n|
business under the fictitious name Of
COMAR MOSKOWITZ DENTAL LAB-
ORATORY at 806 Professional Build-
ing 811 nk Second Avenue, Miami.
Florli a intend t.. t. l-
with the Clerk of tha Circuit Curt ..!
Dade County. Florida.
ABE coMAR
MORRIS McsKOWITZ
hii.L& Roea ,
Attorneys for Comar-Moskowiti
Applicant
913 Ainsley Building
Miami 32, Horlda ^ ,-,_.,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\-. .TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desitlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LADTBUG at 1433 N.E. Miami Place
Miami. Fla.. intends to r. gister said
name with the Clerk of the I Iroult
Court <.f Dade Count>\ EJ<;rida.
KATHERINE P. RAAB
T*L1AN0FF* WALLER
Attorneys for Katherlne P. Baab
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NnTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
1. islnes* under the flctltloui name ,t
BIRD AIR CONDITIONING AND AP-
PLIANCE SERVICK at 8375 Bhd Road,
Miami. Horlda intends to register said
name with [he Clerk i.T the Circuit
Court of l>aile Count v. Florida.
JACK (Ml.DIE
7:.3i> SVV 2th Ter., Miami, Fla.
IS :!-:>-Ifi-2.1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EDEN CLEANERS & I.AUNDRY at
233 14th Street. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD LAPriNG
FATE LAPPING
Sole Owners
11/18-23.12/2-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GOLDEN REALTY at 8808 West Flag-
ler Street, Miami, Florida intends to
reglstei Id name with the Clerk "f
the Circuit Court "f Dade County,
Florida.
GOLDEN REALTY
By: 1.....11, li. id man, Sole 1 Iwner
GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
\\ Flail. 1 St Miami. Fla.
Attorney* for Golden Realty
18 8-8-H-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANB FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 49*30- B
in RE: Estati "f
ELIZABETH f> ILD8TE1N,
formerly known ..-
ELISABETH OOLD8TE1N COHEN
1 ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO .All creditors and All Persons II".-
Ing Claims or liemands Against aaw
Estate: ,,, ,
Yon are hereby notified ami re.pn-
. d to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the estate
,.f Elizabeth ci.i.hstein de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida, to
ounty Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in their office- in
the County Courthouse In Dade < oun-
ty Horlda, within eight calendar
months front the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
""'"HARRY MAHLER. Executor
ARNOLD SLOME, Attorney
42'i Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
12 2-9-18-23
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Pag 6-D ^JeMs^fksrkflan Friday. December 9. lSftj GREET fiVCS When In Search For Definitely Better Furniture and Home Furnishings At Reasonable, Prices Remember The Name WOODRUM'S ONE OF FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND FINEST HOME FURNISHERS AIR CONDITIONED NORTHEAST SECOND AVE. AT SEVENTY-THIRD STREET MIAMI Phone PI 4-1625 MUGGE'S RESTAURANT, INC. FOR FINE FOOD COMUJt DINNtKS "THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ... AT REASONABLE PRICES" 4150 A 14 CARll MtHU AMPLE FREE PARKING — AIR CONDITIONED 1818 N.W. 36th St. NE 5-4714 HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL STEELMAN CATERERS 1009 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 3-2826 BEST WISHES FOR CHANUKA I Olll.\ S HA KERl *SS WaihingUn tfMH MIAMI IEACH F1M JC 14142 SEASON'S GREETINGS PALMETT6 HARDWARE & PLUMBING SUPPLY 8237 SW 124th STREET — CE 5-9341 GREETINGS... KREMSER RADIATOR COMPANY 1237 MX Ill AVtNUt PbM Ft 3 74*3 Strtictd **pm\rti ( li w ri U**0 Shop 9466 HARDING AVE. Season's Greetings -fimmy'M GULF Service Station 1725 NE 79th ST. (CAUSEWAY) NORTH BAY VILLAGE Rhone UN 5-9268 JIMMY VARRONE Greetings to All DISTANCE NO OBJECT Our Decorators Will Call at Your Home With • Complete line o( Samples AS IOW AS IS A WfiK WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED Deluxe Upholstery Shop 3471 NW 7th STREET Rhone NE 3-8695 SUN. & EVE. Mi. UN 4-U71 SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL TtTfTS GOWNS BRIDAL & EVENING WEAR 3546 Coral Way HI 3^112 This young newcomer from Hungary is learning the printing trade in one of the 13 Amal training schools maintained by Histadrut in Israel. ish calendar (there are. as we all know, major holidays like Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur which take precedence over Chanuka) but because it offers American Jews an opportunity to demonstrate pride in the accomplishments of an heroic band of men — at a time when the entire country is swept with a Christmas spirit. To the Israeli children It is totally different. The young lad 1 mentioned a paragraph ago. had asked me if my children got any long vacations from school. "I," he informed me happily, "get a very long Chanuka holiday." And he then proceeded to tell me how Judah Maccabee conquered the foes of the Jews, and added, "Like us in Israel. We also beat the Arabs." When I replied to him and said that American children also obtain a long holiday in mid winter, the Christmas vacation period, he asked me, with complete innocence. "What is Christmas?" I realized, upon hearing the que* tion, that the "world outlook" ol the American Jewish child, an1 the Israeli sabra, is starthnjlj different Quite obviously, then I is no Christmas competition for j the sabra, while it may be the ma jor factor for the "success" of Chanuka here. Nevertheless, it is. I think, the concept df heroism that mafei Chanuka the appealing holiday it is. Not only heroism of the ancient Jews of Modin and the follower! of Judah, who fought from the hills and mountains against ON Syrians. The victories of the Maccabees make for exciting reading, yet I doubt that many of toe people who mark Chanuka take TO ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 N.E. 1st Steeet BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Music Air Conditioned 7 A .M. to 2 A M. Closed Sunday Phono FR 4-4733 4 LOCATIONS THE MAYFLOWER RESTAURANTS FULL COURSE HOLIDAY DINNERS SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MDtU ALL BAKING DONE ON PREMISES "Good Food for All rho Family" Biscayne Blvd. at SE 1st St. — Right on U.S. 1 SW 8th St. ft 39th Ave. 1400 NW 27th Ave. 3601 N. Miami Ave. PLENTY OF FREI PARKING fat MIRACll WIDOI OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF MIAMI, INC. SALE SERVICE INSTALLATION 7501 NI 3rd Mace, Miami, Fie. Dial Ft t-5513 1925 SE 4th Ave., Ft. Uuderdate, Fla., JAckson 2-3093 GREETINGS TO ALL Alexander Orr & Associates. Inc. PLUMBING Residential — Sonrssff ft* Qrtmff 66 NE 39th STREET — HEATING mimmi Ar Sict ms Phono PL 4-6671 %  "^r



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Page 8-A vjenist fhiridli^r Friday, December 9, I960 Gurion Wards Off Censorship Quiz JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion adroitly warded off in the Knesset this aj/eek three separate denunciations of seeurity-censewhip in Isreer. HeJ succeeded in preventing a full dress i debate on the issue. Appearing in his capacity as Defeme Minister, the Prime Minister 1 replied to three separate motions for debate on censorship "interfcrence with freedom of expression." and managed to have the issue rej fcrred to the Knesset Foreign Af-; fairs and Security Committee. Arieh Ben Eliezer, a Herut %  dcocry, with whom Mr. BenG'.rion clashed on issues of alleged libel in the 1954 "security mishap" case, cited examples of political censorship to disprove tr.e Prime Minister's repeated declaration* that only security censorship existed in Israel. S Abramov of the General Zionists charged that the Israel censor exceeded his bounds and was guilty of overzealousnes-. He said it was "absurd" that the Israel press could not reprint items from over seas newspapers, and added that "suppression of news" led to exaggerated rumors, created confusion and undermined morale. Mo-he Sneh. the Communist deputy, asserted that a public ment by outgoing Chief of SUfl Gen. Chaim Laskov. which he called entirely political, had hen banned by the censor but permitted to Eichmann Series in Life Sours Servatius on Defense Continued from Page 1-A newspapers that Wilhelm Sassen. !) > journalist, is William S. Sassen. a Dutch journalist, who collaborated luring the war with the Nazis occupying Holland The information v. at revealed in the Algemeen 1 ilelsblad of Amsterdam, Het Y e Yolk of Amsterdam, and the N.t.iue Rotterdamsche Courant of r Ji. erdam. lie Rotterdam Courant declared: "We cannot congra!ulate Life "Life, which had no illusions about Wilhelm Sassen, who persuaded Eichmann to tape-record his confessions, currently appearing in the magazine, was not aware, as Dutch newspapers have reported, that he is Dutch, not German, and was sentenced to death in absentia by a Belgian military court for Naii collaboration. appear in the Histadrul newspaper, Davar. Other inconsistencies were cited by speakers who pleaded for ja more realistic approach and less 1 %  •hyper-sensitivity" by the censor Asserting that the issue had been "blown up" beyond its actual proportions, the Prime Minister cited i a long-standing agreement between news editors and the Army's gen ieral staff to submit to a three man committee any disputes about censorship. He said that, during the i past six years, censorship officials had listed 21 complaints and thai the committee had unanimously sustained the complaints, fining 20; paperand I k ting one for one day. In 18 complaints by editors, the committee had lifted four censcrsh : p orders, and upheld nine, listing the cthsrs as inconclusive. The Prime Minister said this information disproved the charges of those seeking a debate. Tt-.e majority of the Knesset supported him and, by mutual agreement, the matter was referred to committee. The clash between the Prime j Minister and the Herut deputy Ben Eliezer developed when the former challenged Ben Eliezer to waive' Parliamentary immunity and stand prosecution for libel The deputyhad read a press extract charging Simon Peres, now Deputy Defense, Minister, with forging documents in the 1954 security mishap case when he was director general of the • Defense Ministry. Before the session was ended. Mr. Ben Eliezer took the floor for a | private statement in which he denied libeling Peresand attacked At a service held on a military post, the son of one of the servicemen iigths a candle on the first niaht of Chanuka as his father and a group of other GIs look on. The scene is repeated at U.S. bases around the world where Jewish chaplains, GIs and their families attend Jewish services the year round arranged by the National Jewish Welfare Board, organization authorized by the government to provide religious, morale and welfare programs for Jews in uniform. ^__^_____^____^ Rabbi Norman Shapiro Assumes Pulpit Of Beth David at Friday Services "Whatever a full revelation of Sassen's war-role may show, however, the authenticity of the Eich-,., for employing a collaborator with mann p apt rs has been establishedj the Prime Minister's practice of such a background. We have said nroug h s ; x months of thorough challenging deputies to waive irabcure that the publication of Eichdocumentation, to the complete satmunitv as "demagogic." n u'a memoirs, while the case is i s f ac ion 0 f the editors of Life." suijudice, is objectionable. Our objections are stronger, now that we, Llfe refused to reveal the price kr w who this so-called German Pa'd Sassen for the Eichmann jo, nalist, Wilhelm Sassen, really memoirs Reports both in Germany and in Israel have intimated that ij. Life, questioned about the C.tch reports, told tho JTA: Book Month Fete To Wind Up Here the costs of Eichmann's defense are being met from the proceeds of Eichmann articles sold to a large American magazine. In the Life series, Sassen quotes Eichmann as saying, among other! things: "If we had killed aU the 10.000.000 Jews that H e i n r i c h Himmler's statisticians originally listed, in 1933, I would say "Good. I we have destroyed an enemy." Sassen was identified in Buenos as moderator. Aires this week also as a writer for the Argentine German language publication Der Wcg, which was suppressed in 1957 toy the Argen tine Government for its Nazi policy. He published his articles in that newspaper under the name Willem Sluyse. Celebration of Jewish Book Month will be concluded by twoj final meetings on Dec. 11 and 12 sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education On Sunday Dec. 11, a panel of rabbis will discuss "Influence of; Hassidism Today." The panel will j include Rabbis Benno WaUach, Jonah Caplan and Max Zuckor. Al Sherman, chairman of the Bureau's adult education committee, will act The meeting will commemorate the 200th anniversary of the death of Baal Sham Tov, MM father of Hassidism. The mooting will be at Beth Torah Congregation, lOt* NE 143rd St.. at 8: IS p.m., and will bo open to tho public. Cantor Abraham Morton, of the Jacksonville Jewish Cent€r, was featured soloist at the c.-nual banguet of the Jewish Kational Fund Council of Greater Miami last Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau hctel. Former Maryland Gov. Theodore McKeldin was principal speaker. Justice Roberts To Speak Here Former Chief Justice of the Flor-! ida Supreme Court, B. K. Roberts. arrives in Miami on Dec. 16 to at-' tend the testimonial reception planned for Judge George E. Holt and his wife, Christine, at the Dupont Plaza. Justice Roberts will be one of the '; principal speakers. The reception, which is expected 1 to draw hundreds of the Judge's relatives, friends and associates from all over the slate, will honor Judge Holt for his 3i years of practice as an attorney and jurist in Florida, prefacing his Jan 3 retirement. On Monday, the final Jewish Book Month meeting will be held at the Oceanfront Auditorium at 8 p.m. Dr. Donald Michelson wij]l review 'The Laureates," by Tina Levitan, dealing with Jewish Nobel Prize winners. Professors of the University of Miami, including Dr. Ruth Simons. Dr. Herman Meyer Rabbi Ncrman Shapiro, new spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation, will formally assume the congregation's pulpit during Friday evening services this weekend. Subject of Rabbi Shapiro's sermon will be "Is Survival Our .Answer or Revival Our Choice?" Rabbi Shapiro is a native of Minneapolis, Minn. He graduated with honors from the University of Minnesota College of Education. He is alto a graduate of the college department of tho Minneapolis Talmud Torah. Prior to assuming the pulpit of Beth El Congregation in Akron, O., in Au*, 19S5, Rabbi Shapiro, a greduote of tho Jewish Theelegical Seminary of America, hold positions in Tulsa, Okla., and Toronto, Canada. Rabbi Shariirn. who also holds a Master's' degree from the Seminary, formerly was a member of j the editorial advisory board of the | American Jewish Times-Outlook of i Greensboro, N.C. While with Con-1 gregation B'nai Emunah in Tulsa, Rabbi Shapiro was associate editor of the Tulsa Jewish Review During his stay in Oklahoma, he sponsored a five-state educational conference under the auspices of, the United Synagogue of America. In addition, during the summer of | 1947, Rabbi Shapiro was the only and Dr. Arnold Perlmutter, will i describe the Jewish Nobel Prize I winners in the area of mat he j matics, psychology, and medicine. Louis Schwartzman, executive di rector of the Bureau, will act as %  moderator. •AMI MOttMAN SNAPflrO delegate from the Southweslero United States to the first World Conference on Jewish Education at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Seal Safe Proceeds Climb Contributions received in the first two and a half weeks of the annual Tuberculosis Christmii Seal campaign reached $85,522 through Wednesday's count of mail returns, according to Paul Barns, jr., 1960 Christmas Seal chairman of the Dade County Tuberculosis Assn. More than 37,000 Dade countlans have responded to date. Goal for this year is $170,000 to support the year-round program of the Tuberculosis Assn. STARTS MONDAY DEC. 12 < THIILL TO PARI MUTUEl BETTING ON THE WORLDS FASTEST. MOST DANGEROUS SPORT! 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Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
A. J. MOtASKY and JOSEPH M ROSI: No It in S.ri.i
A former St. Louis com-
munity leader and a pioneer
Miami Beach hotelman have
been selected to conduct the
Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign among residents oi
Miami Beach.
A. J. Molasky and Joseph
M. Rose are co-chairmen ol
the division which covfers
residents of Miami Beach, in-
cluding the islands and resi-
dential areas up to the city's
northern corporate limits.
A. J. Molasky was co-chair-
man of the CJA leadership
dinner last year, worked with
t h e important Pacesetters
Division and. in the 1959 cam
paign, served with the Miami
Beach Residents Division. He
is a founder and trustee ot
Mt. Sinai Hospital and wrvn
on Federation's executive
committee and board of gov-
ernors.
Molasky was president of
Temple B'rith Shclom in St.
Louis. He belongs to the
Masons. Elks, and is an of-
ficer of Miami's Westview
Country Club.
Rose participated in Feder-
ation's firs- fund drive in
1939 as co-chairman of the
Beach Division, and has
stored up years of knowledge
and experience concerning
the development of the resort
area and its residents. He
was chairman of the CJA
Hotels Division in three cam-
paigns, was a founder and
treasure of Federation, and
has taken a leading role in
CJA for two decades.
He is a member of the 1961
executive committee and
board of governors of Fed-
eration. Active for many
years in the communal and
religious life of Miami Beach,
he holds the title of honorary
life president of Temple
Emanu-El. and is a trustee of
lit. Sinai Hospital.
The co-chairmen plan a vig-
orous drive on Miami Bearh
a community fully aware
of the scope of CJA's serv-
ices. "It's up to each and
every resident on Miami
Beach to put CJA first, to
work and give generously,
because human needs are
greater in '61 than any time
in our history," they said.
A. 1. MOLASKT
;...,<.:, -." '!!!,; .(' .i : i't-t l M :
joitm *ost
Torah Tour Plans Confab on Bea.ch
Torah Tour of the Religious Zion-1 sky, Beth Tfilah Congregation; H.
ists of America will hold its South-1 Louis Rottman, _Beih 1
ern Conference Jan. 8 at the Lom-


bardy hotel, Miami Beach.
Scheduled to be heard at the
conference are Prof. Samuel K.
Mirsky, of Yeshiva University:
Rabbi I. M. Charlap, chairman of
the Vaad Lechizuk Hatorah V'Ehya-
duth of the national religious Zion-
ist body; and Rabbi Emanuel Rack-
man, past president of the Rabbini-
cal Council of America.
Greater Miami committee in-
cludes these Orthodox spiritual
leaders: Rabbi Isaac Ever, Agu-
dath Israel Hebrew Institute; Alex-
ander Gross, Hebrew Academy;
David Lehrfield, Kneseth Israel
Congregation; Joseph E. Rackov-
gregation; and Tibor Stern, Beth
Jacob Congregation.
Beach lodge to Meet
Weekly luncheon of Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge will be held
; Tuesday noon at the Ritz Plaza
j hotel. Guest speaker will be hand-
writing expert Mrs. Charlotte Lei-
bel. Luncheon chairman is Gershon
S. Miller.
Friday. Doc+CnftM-S, I960,.
Rabbinical Unit
Sends Delegates
NEW YORK The
Rabbinical Assembly of America
central body 9 Conservative r*Y*
bis, will attend the World 'Zibiiist
Congress to be held in Jerusalem
next month, it was announced here
this week by Rabbi Edward T.
Sandrow, former president of the
group.
The Assembly will send a three-
man fraternal delegation who will
serve as non-member observers at
the Congress. The delegation will
be composed of Rabbi Sandrow;
Rabbi Armond E. Cohen, of Cleve'.
land; and Ira Eisenstein, president
of the Reconstmtcionist Founda-
tion.
"As workers in the Zionist move.
ment and long-time friends of Zion-
ism," Rabbi Sandrow declared,
"we go to these meetings to see
and to hear. In the spring of 1961,
we will report our observations at
the convention of the Rabbinical
Assembly."
Former Eichmann Aide in Frankfurt Prison
FRANKFURT (JTA) Frank-
furt officials announced this week
lhat Otto Hunsche. a former mem-
ber of Adolf Eichmann's special
commando unit, was arrested in
Batten Westphalia and brought to
Frankfurt prison.
The 49-year-old lawyer and for-
mer SS leader was charged with
the deportation to the Auschwitz
death factory of some 1,500 Hun-
garian Jews in 1944. He was in-
criminated in investigations car-
I ried out by the Frankfurt prose-
' cution office against Eichmann's
; deputy, Herman Kruraey.
Hunsche's arrest was one of a
THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
series of actions gint ftrmtr
Nazis. In Bambero, the State
a k e d life imprisonment for
Goorg Schlosser, a 4*-yr-old
postal employe on trial for the
murder of eight Jews in the
Czenstochowa Ghetto.
A former SS medical aide, Josef
j Klehr, testified in the trial of Dr.
Johannes Kremer before the Mun-
' ster Jury Court. Dr. Kremer, 77,
is accused of designating thousands
of prisoners for death at Ausch-
witz, Klehr testified that Dr. Kre-
mer 'selected" the victims at the
, entrance room, selecting old wom-
en and children for extermination.
IERFUL PARTIES HAPPI
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ir.gs bitter tha< Miami failed to find the resources to bring the Israel
Philharmonic lure during its just-completed seven-week tour of the
nation, but that 2.000 of us could gather to hail Otto Preminger, who!
last time out made Joan of Arc. and now should really do something C/lOflufco Carnival Scheduled
cinematic on the life "I Martin Luther in the proper American spirit
of the continuing representation of the three major faiths. (I'd be de-
lighted even now to nuke a delayed trade for Inbal) .
Saturday. 11 p.m.. arrived at the Mayfair Art Theatre to see mag-
nificent Robert Morlev in "Oscar Wilde," a fine movie that falls short
in precisely those areas witty and ascerb Wilde, himself, would have
most assuredly deplored .
Sunday. 9 am, rose to write this week's column on Jewish Book
Month, which now perforce becomes next week's.
Young Israel of Greater Miami
will hold its annual Chanuka carni-
' val on Sunday morning, Dec. 18,
at the synagogue. 990 NE 171st St.
The carnival will include games
and a contest with a chanuka theme
i for children of the religious school.
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Page 10-E 9-Jewist fkrkltor Friday. December 9, 1960 ^VoticLay renting* PAN-AMERICAN TIRE CO. i htmnha iircrtings ... / ^ %  HOTELS ON THE OCEAN AT 64rh ST HAPPY CHANUKA! the VOYAGER MOTEL 123rd St. & Biscayne Blvd. Phone PL 7-3434 SFASONS GREETINGS Carrier • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL SCOTT-SMITH Corp. mmm J. Hocfca. M. .V pa $n ft W. 72nd SI. #*w*y operating ^^tj> All makes of air gtffiKMnt re-designed T. conditioners serviced SPECIALISTS IN AIR CONDITIONING VOI.\i AT III \ It I EXTENDS HAPPY CHANUKA GREETINGS TO All! Exquisite Selection of Holiday Dresses 8241 SW 124th STREET CE 5-9593 iOppo.te AtP) HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO AIL CHARLIE'S PIZZA RESTAURANT REAL ITALIAN COOKING 3406 NW 17th AVENUE Ph NE 5-9403 A Catholic Martyr in Name of Judaism By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN S INCE the sixth or seventh centuries, there have been fen Jewish historians. We are a people of history but often lack a sense of and appreciation for recording present history Unfortunately, there are many blind spots in the histories of Jews dispersed throughout the world. Not only are we ignorant of what happened during decades but evea lor centuries People are generally familiar with the Inqu; sition. However, it required the 19th century with its liberalism and enlightenment to inaugurate extensive research into the history of the Inquisition Scholars who were able to read Latin and ancient Spanish and who were also paleographers began to bring to light matters that were hidden in old musty tomes and in dark corners of many churches anJ cathedrals. We are indebted to Prof. Henry C Lea, for his work on the "History of the Inquisition" and the "History of the Inquisition in the Spanish Dependencies His contribution in English, in part, in spired Jewish scholars to pursue Lea's revelations. George Alexander Kohut, of the Amsterdam Jewish Historical Society, was one of those who picked up the figurative gauntlet and carried on the work insofar as it pertained to Jewry. We are also indebted to Dr. Cecil Roth for his "History of the Marranos." This book, while his torical. has all the elements of not one but literally thousands of human dramas more exciting than any work of fiction, more suspenseful than any novel. Just as the rabbis of old loved to teach and moralize from parables or the "mashal," so the records of the Inquisition are an equal source for less,ms that each generation of Jews should learn. These records are almost fantastic in the wealth of detail and the completeness of some of the trials. In a time when shorthand was unknown and stenotype machines unheard of. we find verbatim reports of lengthy speeches. Let it be said for the recorders of these trials that they did not omit or change the tenor of the language. Even when such language constituted a reflection upon the validity of the Church, each report had to be signed by the accused so as to have his attestation as to the correctness of the reports. One of these trials was that of Francisco Maldonado He Silva. He is our Catholic Jew and was born about 1593 and was baptized as a Catholic. He became a Jew some time about 1611-12 and lived in Chile and Lima. Peru, when he was approximately 19 years of age. A Papal Delegttt It is now necessary to introduce the Jewish Catholic, who was already an adult in 1406. and lived in Spain, some 7.000 miles from Peru. Rabbi strmoua UUMAH ...tW fact ta feu Solomon ha-Levi was a "converso" and had voluntarily embraced Christianity in order to further his personal ambitions, according to H. Graetz He was learned and. after becoming an "apostate,'' embraced Christianity with greater vigor than those who had been born to the faith. He resented the continued existence of the "Mosaic" faith His dreams for personal advancement and high office were fulfilled. He adopted the name Pablo (Paul) de Santa Maria. He became a member of the Council of State in Spam and co-regent for the infant, King Juan II. In order to have Jews follow in his footsteps, he wrote a book. "Scrutinium Scnpturarum." which bore his title of Bishop of Burgos. He was also papal delegate to the Spanish court. Now we travel 280 years in time and 7.000 miles in space to find ourselves back with young De Silva at the age of 18 in aproximately 1611 II., mother came from an old Catholic family He had been christened and baptized at birth and up to his 18th year had regularly attended Mass and gone to confession, and had otherwise observed the tenets of the Christian faith. He was an intelligent man. studied medicine, and ultimately became a leading surgeon in thi> Kingdom of Peru. At 18. he came across the work of the infamous former rabbi, Pablo de Santa Maria, and read "Scrutinium Scripturarum." The book disturbed him. He became aware of inconsistency and fallacies and instead of finding confirmation for his faith, he felt that Judaism possessed something that was lacking in Christianity Being troubled in mind and spirit, he sought the advice of his father. He then learned for the fir,t time that his father had been born a Jew. had Holiday Greetings SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE Beauty Culture a Vocation of Happiness and Independence D. A. JULIUS, Pre*. Phone FR 4-9998 1011 NW 2nd AVENUE MIAMI GREETINGS IV.A.C. Manufacturing Wood Custom Furniture Corner Cabinets Desks MADE tO ORDER 642 N.W. 7th STREET FR 1-3924 ALTON PAINT & ROOFING SUPPLIES INC. JOHN L POWERS iitablnrwd TO Yr .„ Miami Ich. 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Friday. December 9, I960 and political freedom, for the God-Riven right of Jews to worship as they please and to lead entif Wn ,,£C a frec na,i nal T^f. x a iV f ,Sr,eI ,s now established fact. But to the Amerjean J.e.w who has followed it;, heroic struggles for survival it cannot but be a reminder of the terrific price which Jews in our tjmes have had to pay for the attainment of their national lihertion. And the struggles which Israel must still wage against jt s surrounding enemies, both Arab and Communist, remind them that eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. Once a year the Chanuka lights recall the truth of this eternal struggle. In ancient days as well as now the struggle was against total assimilationism. complete submergence in the culture of a surrounding world whose ideals were not the ideals of Jewry. In the days of the Maccabees the struggle was waged against pagan Hellenism which threatened to engulf the religion of the people of Israel. Total assimilation of a people can be, is in fact, servitude, whethar voluntary or involuntary. Usually the threat is of a combined voluntary and involuntary nature — the pressures from the outside tempt the individual to accept assimilation of his own accord. Sometimes, however as is the case today with the Jews in Soviet Russia, the threat is almost wholly of an involuntary nature, coming frem a dictatorial regime which wishes to obliterate the unique Jewish spirit. But whether willed or not. total assimilation results in slavery Marranos in Spain and Portugal, even after they had been Catholic Christians for several centuries, chafe under the knowledge that they still remain different from their fellow-Catholics and yearn -Jmistincridfcn Uvf,nT n f, M d C may ISiael S P erma !" n. representative o the United Nations, spoke on "Israel's Role in a Changing UN at the fourth annual United Nations Institute of the Nahonal Council of Jewish Women. Ambassador Comay is NCIW e m r,S CUS8ion wi,h Mrs L Lee Ley yo i New YOTk NMW s official UN representative. Over 200 members of the 67-year-old educational and welfare organization came from all parts of the U.S. to attend the two-day Institute to escape from the oppressive feeling of living a life that is false to their heritage, look for a way to return to the Jewish fold. Some Jewish Marranos, to be sure, succeed in their efforts to escape from their Jewish heritage, but those who do not are frustrated, unfrec individuals who finally come to the realization that their very assumption — or perhaps resumption — of the burden of Jewishness spells their liberation. Chanuka is the festival which perhaps more than any other brings into vivid focus the problem of assimilation for the American Jew. llellenization, whether ancient or modern, won't bring consequent happiness to the individual Jew. Chanuka reminds us that only a return to the religious-moral heritage of Judaism, even if we must fight to preserve it, will bring satisfaction to the individual Jew who bears that heritage in his blood. TO ALL GREETINGS'. GOip STAR DELICACY SHOP, JNC 6186 SW 8th STREET Miami, Fla. HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS %  H. HENTZ & CO. Established 1856 l Member* New York Stock Exchange and other leading stock and commodity exchanges 452 Biltmore Way Coral Gables Tele-phone HI 6 0841 E d mon d E. Dorit and Wendell J. Brown — Managers Best Wishes for the Holiday Season ... North Miami Beach Auto Sales LOW PRICED CARS BOI NEWMAN PAUL MEEK 400 NX 167ffi Street Wl 5-2431 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL ATLANTIC LIFE INSURANCE CO. Established 1900 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA With Offices At 1015 Ainsley Bldg. Phone FR 9-3449 Miami, Fla. 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Page S-B *-Jmisttkjridiar Friday. December 3, Beach Chapter Slates Friday Service Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah will observe Hadassah Sabbath" on Friday evening in Miami Beach houses of worship. Mr.Lillian Goodman, chapter executive vice president, announced this week. •Henrietta Szold Centennial." honoring the founder of Had will be observed throughout the United States arid Israel. a> well as in o:her partof the world thiyear. In New York City, ceremonies will be launched a: the Waldorf Astoria hotel. In Israel, vanouevent;l re alao being planned to Left to right are Miss Lillian Goodman, executive vice president, and Mrs. Fred Jonas, president. Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah. planning the observance of "Hadassah Sabbath" in houses of worship on Miami Beach this Friday evening. — commemorate Miss Szolds 100th birthdaj "Mrs. Fred Jona>. president of the chapter Mid Wednesday that Hadassak > the official representttive m the United s:atesof "Youth Aliyah." now in its 26th year, a movement which Henrietta Saold directed until her death. "OvflC [ran n landi have been reacued, re-ettled and rehabilitated through Youth Aliyah," Mi.lor. :ied Thre arc nee eighl "Ann* Frank Havena or hom> younger children, and four addi tionaJ ones .ire to be established iielp to pr — Rvpi'ft-Ch.nd.lm, fot fU in R.ltorng IABGFST SUCTION FINE SHADES IN M "'/• BISCAYNE LAMP SHOP TW BISCAYNE SIV0 Opp MJ.MI'I Sen f„, p.rkmj ... Attention! Mothers Who Care DEPEND ON BABY SITTERS WHO ARE CAREFULLY SCREENED WOMEN OF THE HIGHEST CHARACTER. €: A r L Southwest Sitters Service, Inc. A Reputable Agency, Licensed and Bonded By the State of Florida. MO 6-0969 and CA 1-6428 Hanukkah Meals Sabbath Dinner Holidays find every day Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! SALADS* B' 8AMBXMI&, AMOtfD JL YST AL SALT Three generations of Jewish h mt m lim have put their fullest confidence in this famous salt for purity and quality. Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. Neither too coarse nor too fine, it it easy to sprinkle and ash off. Perfect, too for all your seasoning Today for yenr holiday cooking mi wu lj!tr[ FRtSH NEW j^x ^ Divoond Costal kosher Salt I Won't Wilt Salads Ordinary salt melts fast, wilts greem..' Not so with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt. It's coarse. So it doesn't melt readily. Just sprinkle on crisp greens. Then shake off. Greens are perfectly seasoned and May crisp for your faw f'tc dressing. %  B iHL W your re P uttttI n from cook to chef with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt



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WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 Ni Uth Street Phone FR 3-3108 Peerless Manufacturing Co. Manufacturer of Corr u ga t ed Carton* and Cartons for Fruit Candles 13 NX 74th Street Phone PL 9-0953 It is again a Pleasure To Extend Season's Greetings To All ABE ALLEXBERG An Open Letter to Our Sholem Aleichem By ETHEL L. LEVEY BJJMMO i l inlB" 1 1 ^^ ^h""~ lera Aletcfeem. i wouldn't disturb your Eternal Life unless I fell M was important, It's important enough, believe, me. The other evening. at one oi the newer Stnctusrtea ol Judaism In our City, I heard an actor named Howard de SUva recite your stoneRecite isn't hardly the right word; neither is actor. It was more as though you. Mr. Sholem Aleichem. had returned to us from Can Eden and had spent the evening with us across a glass of tea. regailing us with pungent humor, and bringing to the table, one by one. Tevyeh, Berel Isaacs. Reb Yossi and MenachemMendel. Tema Gittel and Hodel— in fact, all of Kasrilevka from the shlimazel to the kaaril. What a talent! A twist of the eyebrow, a finger laid alongside pursed lips, a lift of the shoulder, and the vaulted assembly room, the star-shaped chandeliers, the hand-woven drapes disappeared, and we sat in a one-room cottage in a forgotten corner of the world, and laughed with tears, and cried with laughter. Yes, a God-given talent — and look how he uses it. It's true, he's in a fancy Broadway show about a man named Fiorello. Maybe you've heard of him. Mr. Sholem Aleichem. No* Too bad. you would have enjoyed knowing him: he was your kind of people. Anyhow, this de Silva took time off from the fancy show, where I presume he makes a fancy salary, to tour across the country telling your stories Thy; in itself is unusual. First of all. outside of New York, how many Jews are there in America' Three million" Yes, but a few hundred here, a thousand there. 45 families in Salem. Oregon and five in Virginia. Mm Chanuka Wishes from TARTAR'S OPA-LOCKA DRUG The Rnest in Prescriptions 400 Ope-locka Blvd. MU 1-3122 Happy Holiday Wishes to All from STANDARD MATTRESS CO. 1337 NW 77th STREET FREE DELIVERY Phone PL 9-2995 SEASONS GREETINGS J. & J. NURSERY ARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPE DESIGNERS LANDSCAPING LOAM ORNAMENTAL SODDING 121e St. at NE 6th Ave. Ph. PL 1-3401 To All Greetings HENDRICKS ELECTRONICS INTERCOMS ALL TYPES TV ANTENNAS 2525 SW 8th STREET HI 8 5741 SaOUJH AllKMlM ...serf •< fee nesota. Scattered, like it says in the Bible. And of these, you'll excuse me. how many have ever heard of you. Mr. Sholem Aleichem? You know America. The new. the modern, that's what's important. This de Silva fellow (by the way, his name is really Rabino it/ — any relation? > had a wonderful opportunity. Here he waft reading your stories from one end of the country to the other, in big cities and American shtetlach. in Center auditoriums and synagogue basements, in halls of learning and in just plain halls. Even if he wasn't the perceptive fellow that he is. he would find out one thing wherever he went. What connection do American Jews have with the people you wrote about" How do they laugh" With sympathy" With empathy* Or do they sit stone faced and bored, unwilling or unable to associate themselves with a ghetto humor and ghetto culture, removed at the most by only two generations from their unconiaj conscience* How do they £1 to Tevyeh. that man of morSl and principle, lather of stnfl beautiful and gilte.l daughtesl "without the none) or luck"j! he said, "to go witn them"' rJ they really get the point in "R.' Yom Kippur Scandal?" From w hat he told me. Mr Sh> lem Aleichem. it's obvious tag people haven't changed mi** since you went to your Etertal Reward. In general. Mr. de Siltj. said, his best audiences (not tin' biggest, but the best i were made 1 up of people who weren't sou! speak in the market place. Evidently, there is something about I buying and selling that maka people afraid to laugh at thenMien or their forebears. Maybe -I it's just that the business world being what it is, they are jut' afraid to laugh. Where do yogi think they hugged you to their i hearts. Mr. Sholem Aleichem? In a. town called Oak Ridge, %  Tenn. It would take me too long to tell you about this town, and I you wouldn't believe it anyhow,. so I'll just say that its cituev I are the most unusual in the world, and so are its products On tot of that, nobody there buys and sells. And the young people, our young people in the colleges and universities, they, too, drank yoi in as though they had just left the desert. Most of them kadi probably never heard of you or their great-grandfathers. He camel upon other cases, where people I still had a measure nf pride ml their origin, where they felt thatI part of their contribution to Amer-| ica was to remember the cour-l age. the gallantry, the power oil a tradition that came out of that| ghetto culture. You see why I disurbed yoo,| Continue*' on Page 14 D TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS TTJCRAHD "D!Cat" BERENSOH Miami Jai Alai Fronton %  3-3201 H. L Robertson & Associates, Inc. r tm m mM, MUTMO *ad OAS MOTAIUTKMS "Wf COVER OMATf* sjJAatr • r .-j 3148 S.W. 22nd Street Miami, Florida Phone HI 8-178* To AH Greetings Tharpe's Iron Works WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS ORNAMENTAL DOORS Etc. 3155 N.W. M Rhmr Drive Mfaai NE 54713 LAYIGNE ELECTRIC CO. Established in 192S fWvsfrM • CMuntrcJcf • *ii**i\ 3640 N.W. 48th Street fg^ ^ NE 445 9l


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Arabs Lose Battle in UN
On Demand Israel Opposes
Laws in Court
WASHINGTON (JTA)Pennsylvania. Massachusetts and Mary-
land defended their Sunday closing laws before the United States Su-
preme Court, which has been asked to rule on the constitutionality of
such laws. The hearings were concluded last week.
a great number of counties and mu-
nicipalities.
AVRAHAM HAMMAH
... milling acceptance
Harman Speaks
At Yale Univ.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (JTA1
-ia<-l Ambassador Avraham liar
The highenurt ruling, when it is
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)-The Arab delegations here have lost issued, is expected to affect such
their fight to push the Western Powers into agreement for the appoint 'aws' wnich curtail Sunday work
ment of a custodian in charge of properties allegedly left by ihe Arab all(l hl,s,lltss- '" abou, 35 s'a,es and
refugees in Israel, and for the expansion of the Palestine Conciliation "
Commission, it was learned on highest authority here this week.
As a result, the Western Powers*------
led by the United States, Britain.
France, Canada, New Zealand and
Australia will back a resolution
1 on the Arab refugee problem
which the Arabs are expected to
fight, and try to amend, before the
I General Assembly's Special Politi-
cal Committee.
-
The committee suspended de-
bate of its item on the Arab refu-
gee problem while negotiations
proceeded behind the scenes be-
tween the six Wtstern Powers and
the Arab delegations in an effort
,ddrejshtg an audience this' 'J* "mat* on a draft
man,
week at Yale University, said that
until the Arab leaders are willing
tc. articulate" to their people that
Israel exists, there will be no so-
lution to the difficult problems fac-
ing the Middle East."
resolution. After more than
week of negotiations, the West
has finally and firmly rejected
the Arab proposals.
In addition to demanding appoint-
ment of a UN custodian for Arab
I have reason to believe that property in Israel, the Arab dele-
there are Arab leaders who tell gations are demanding that the
themselves of the reality of Israel! PCC be enlarged to indued six ad
I ut don't tell this to their people," \ ditional members, three of which
It declared. would represent Communist coun
tries and three from "uncommitted''
Herman emphasized the Arab I Afro.Asian |ands
The Pennsylvania and Maryland
cases came to the Supreme Court
on appeals against lower court de-
cisions in those states upholding
such laws. The test of the Massa-
chusetts law was on the basis of
a Massachusetts court ruling out-
lawing that state's Sunday law
and an appeal against that rul-
ing.
Lower courts in both Pennsyl-
vania and Maryland have upheld
the Blue Laws but the plaintiffs
appealed the decision. The defense
of the closing law was similar in
line to arguments brought before
the court previously by the at-
torney for the State of Massa-
chusetts, and are based mainly on
the contention that even though
these laws originally were prompted
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IDWARD M. hi. WARBURG
... reports miracle
Minnesota Frats
Stall on Booting
Clauses of Bias
MINNEAPOLIS (JTA) L'n-
by religious tradition, they have | yersity of Minnesota chapters of
two national fraternities received
additional time this week to apply
in the passage of time, come to
Continued on Page 11-A
countries must be willing to ac-
cept the fact of Israel's exist-
ence and durability if there is
to be a solution of the Arab ref-
ugee problem. Ha said this prob-
lem has not been solved because
the Arabs hay* used the refugees
Continued an Page 10 A
to their national headquarters for
authority to drop discriminatory
clauses in their constitutions.
The grant of additional time fol.
lowed a decision at the University
Senate Committee by Dr. Francis
Bobby of the school's economics de-
partment to drop his demands for
immediate action to ban the two
fraternities, Alpha Tau Omega and
NEW YORK(JTA) The Joint Distribution Committee adopted a Sigma Nu. He agreed to support a
for 1961 at its 46th an- motion to suspend action on Alpha
JDC Sets $22,775,000;
Warburg Chairman Again
Israel has made it clear,
through conferences in Jerusalem
between Mrs. Golda Meir, the For-
eign Minister, and Western en-
voys, that she is opposed to both
Arab demands. The PCC consists ^^ 132,775,000 for its worldwide activities
- consecutive year.
Canadian Deported from US
Regrets Joining the Nazi Party
WASHINGTON (JTA) Al viduals, or against race and re-
visiting Canadian, who was order ligion, cannot be regarded as
g chairman for the 16th
Some 400 delegates attended the meeting.
in the'*'
The largest single -tern
budget $10,000,000 was for the communities in Western Europe.
JDC's work on behalf of aged, ill "| has taken 15 difficult years
nd handicapped newcomers to I- for these scattered communities,
rael. It was estimated that more, buf <, they are testimony to
than 300.(100 men. women and chil- Hitler's final defeat," he said.
lor engaging in hate-fomenting ac- the pursuit of a visit or conduct p;lj,,n ,or 1961
livities during his stay here, waived i reasonably allied therewith.
r;s right of appeal this week and
^pressed regret for having joined
dren in 25 countries overseas will
need JDC assistance in the coming
year. The delegates also voted a
resolution pledginn full support of
the Unired Jewish Appeal cam-
t-eorge Lincoln Rockwell's so-called
American Nazi party.
John Pall, a native Hungarian
v. ho became a Canadian citizen ac-
'i\e in neo-Nazi groups in Canada,
-eheduled to leave for Canada.
< <>ming to the United States earlier
this year, to paint and sell his
paintings, he Joined the Rockwell
i-roup and took part in all of its
activities,
A deportation order was issued
against him for failure to comply
'th requirements of non-immig-
grant status. A special inquiry of-
ficer of the U. S. Immigration and
Naturalisation Service ruled that
"o foment hatred against indi-
Pall was given the right to ap
Continued on Page 2-A
Warburg, addressing the dele-
gates, dealt especially with the
"miracle" achieved by Jewish
'Where once there was a rubble
and ruin, where once there was
only a handful of survivors, there
are now communities again, com-
munities which once more have a
future."
He cited the recent establishment
Continued on Page 7-A
Libya Closes Down Jewish School
PARIS (JTA) A protest
against a Libyan Government ac-
tion, closing down a Jewish school
conducted by Alliance Israelite Um-
verselie in Tripoli. Libya, was
made here by Jewish organizations
this week in a letter to the current
general conference of the United
Nations Educational. Scientific and
Cultural Organization.
The letter was sent by the Con-
sullativc Council of Jewish Organ-
izations, a group having consulta-
tive Status with UNESCO. The
Council is composed of represents
lives of Alliance, the Anglo-Jewish
Association and the American Jew-
ish Committee.
According to Hie pretest, the
Libyan Government suddenly
closed down the Alliance school
last April "without previous noti-
fication and without giving any
reason for tha order." The school
has been in existence 70 years.
The protest notes that the school
has "rendered great service to the
Jewish population of Tripoli." Liba
it | member of the Arab league.
The letter cited a resolution
adopted here recently by the cen-
Continued on Page 16-A
Tau Omega until the first meeting
of the university's winter quarter
and to suspend action on Sigma Nu
until that fraternity reports next
spring.
The constitution of Alpha Tau
Omega permits as members only
white males practicing the Chri-
tian faith. The local chapter has
asked its national headquarters
for removal of the "whites only"
clauses but has refused to request
a waiver, which is available to
the chapter, of the Christians
only clause.
Ths other fraternity chapter has
refused to seek a waiver on grounds
that it can do so only when facing
a deadline. University officials op-
pose a deadline, favoring persua-
sive pressure instead. Dr. Boddy
has contended that such policies
run counter to official university
policy banning exclusion by any
campus groups or affiliates be-
cause of race or religion.
The two fraternities are on the
university committee's bias clause
list and must submit semiannual
reports on their progress in elimi-
nating discriminatory practices.
Sigma Chi and Delta Thcta Phi,
two other national fraternity chap-
ters, have reported step, toward
elimination of such clauses.



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friday, December 9, 1960 +Jewisli rhrklian The Spinning Light of the Chanuka Dreidl Continued from Poce lft.n solar systems, galaxies, pebbles, fr-'SfUcVjifcircrs jmd cats vhisfers. When the cats' wfmfcm • grate? and the fig-trees fall %  waa and the louse is crushed, ;.nri th galaxy uprooted, and the -Jar system collisLoned, and the MI s snuffed out, and the planets split, and bugs dismissed, and the people dead — the time the light was in them, that brief duration of existence, remains in the recording file, in terms of a lighttrace, recording the event of that brief existence for eternity in behalf of the permanent record hall, r.nth heaven, front entrance, past first 'revolving door. The relation of all this to Chanuka? Tenuous. Also obvious. But enough of burning lights. There is a way of burning lights as well as a way of burning darkr.ess — also a purpose to burning darkness. Besides, whatever is dark is either inside or outside a sphere of light. Before the light, the darkness, before the darkness, the light. From the vantage of the upper places all is essentially darkness; from the vantage of the hells all is essentially light. One must, therefore, be careful at which end one burns — careful in what one illumines. Indeed, one must be careful in the archaeolo, gy. One must be careful not to reveal one's predictions. Of course, the debate as to whether it is easier to bring the past or the future to light is still an open one, though a foolish one ... because once a light burns it burns forever. The memory is inexting| uishable. It is written in light, and that writing cannot be thinned tor dissipated. This youngster is one of 1.400,000 Israelis enjoying complete medical coverage by Kupat Holim, medical arm of Histadrut. The trouble is however with the threads of illusion. Too much is mistaken for the real light. The angels can apparently bear the light a good deal easier than you and I. That's the difference. 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P. December 9, I960 f^mmmm Jewisti Fhridian *cer Institute Elects Officers Page 7-B officers of the Cancer In-_H\ Miami were announced "etk following the annual of the board of directors Bg the Institute's new preseo Ackerman, will be Jame s ert. first, vice nigMclent; Dr. Meredith Campbell, second vice president; Mrs. Louis Gliucr, secretary; and Mrs. S. Sidney Raffel, reelected treasurer. New board members are Mrs. Joe Cottdn, Dr. Bruce Hogg, Dr Alfred G. Levin, Dr. Jack Widrich. and Dr. Joseph J. Zaverlnik. Reelected as directors are Herman Binder. E. L. Cotton, and Dr. Leo Zuckerman. Elected as honorary trustees of the Cancer Institute are Rep, Dante Fascell, Winford Janes, J. E. HeArthur, Max Orovitz, James H. Hand and Sen. George Smathers. The Institute's scientific advisory council, directed by Dr. Emerson Day, includes Drs. E. V. Cowdry, Joe Vincent Meigs, George N. Papjanicolaou and David A. Wood. Diagnostic work of the Institute j is under the direction of Dr. W.A.D. j Anderson, also a board member, I and Dr. Samuel A. Gunn. Other members of the board include Mrs. Ben Akin, Dr. DeWitt C. Daughtry, Dr. Victor D: Dembrow. Leonard G. Egert. Mrs. Hen. ry Gewitz, Dr. Nathaniel Levin, J. Gerald Lewis. Dr. Frank L. Meleney, Mrs. Milton Smith, Dc. Charles D. Tharp and Leonard A. Wien. I MATTATHIAS... Father of Religious Freedom Father of Juc'ah who led the Maccabeans in victory against the Syrians, Mattathias may surely be called the "Father of religious Freedom.'' For it was he who struck the first blow for freedom of worship and called others: "Whosoever loves the Law and maintains Ci-d's Covenant, follow me." • ••** \ Illustration by Gmtave Vif.it. the eminent 19th century artist noted for his dramatic and prolific portrayals of gieul Biblical personalities and events. A HAPPY HANUKKAH TO ALL h 1 I i u 11 From the Colgate-Palmolive Company makers of these fine KOSHER PARVE PRODUCTS .*'TH /AfS&N'* Wt.. "~_ NEWAJAX Gives more total cleaning power than other leading cleanser* NEW HEAVY DUTV FORMULA FAB Washes clothes clean clear through! ^ | VEl POWDER VII LIQUID Both with super grease cutter-works like magic on dishes, pots, pans. Put al! 4 on your shoppinglist-everything you need for kitchen Sundry bathxo^m-for easier cleaning and a brighter aoae, Holidays and the year aroundl



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Friday, December 9, 1980 +Jewistrhridnar Katz Calls for Realistic Appraisal Here, in Israel By Special Report ^ Page 9-A NEW YORK-The American Jewish community was called on this Week tc strengthen its programs of Jewish education, prod the free world to "affirmative recognition" Of USSR discrimination against Soviet Jews, and develop a "more rnatun understanding" between itself and Israel to clarify "the somewhat distorted image each has of the other." Label A. Katz. of New Orleans, president of B'nai B'rith, advocated "priprijy status" for these problems at the organization's 117th annual meeting. Highl-'ght of the affair was a banquet session at which former President Harry S. Truman delivered the principal address, including mn impromptu evaluation of American presidents, and presentation of the B'nai B'rith President's Medal, the organization's highest award, to Abraham Feinbcrg, of New York, a nationel leader in numerous Jewish causes. More than 1,400 persons crowded the Waldorf Astoria's Grand Ballroom for the star-studded affair. At a'budget session, Uie delegates Voted n record $6,900,000 for B'nai B'rith'' 1961 activities, allocating slightly more than half to its Jewish youth programs. The increase is about $250,000 over the current year's expenditures. .-""Reviewing the relationship between American and Israeli Jews. Katz warned that "beyond the good intentions they have toward one Another, there is a widening gap itn theii realistic understanding of S ch other's cultural mores and pirations." He detried the fact that too many American Jews "find a vicarious outlet lor their Jewishness" in the ejpstence of Israel. At the same time, he said, they "distort the 'genuine personality of Israel by asking that it conform to an ab atract image far. removed from >-fre,aa'4 Ainericati Jews need to •*re%jaec easy sentiment with hard feakty" and-, become aware of Israel life ."as it actually is and not ig^we tend; to romanticize it." fihth* jrfajU>Katz added, mis reads American Jewish life by refusing to accent it "as a permanent and creative force." Instead, he regards it as "only an interiuae in Jew. h life." Katz said, adding: "Ttiir is particularly so among young sabras who find it difficult to comprehend the existence of a flourishing Jewish life in free lards where Jews are a minority people." In the past, Katz said, the dissim liar social concepts and political and economic developments separating the two Jewish communities "have been bridged by the emotional response to the creation of Israel utatehood." Foreseeing the "likelihood of another try at stabilizing East-West cw-existence." Katz asked that the Former President Harry Tinman (top right} and B'nai B'rith j president Label A.! Katz (standing) were among speakers at the b a n g u e t highlighting 117th meeting of B'nai B'rith that honored Abraham Feinberg for his leadership in Jewish; causes. Feinberg re-! ceived B nai B'rith President's Medal. In a surprise ceremony I (left) similar presentation was made by Katz to his predecessor, Philip M. Klutznick, now chairman of B'nai B'rith's new Inter| national Council. free world take "affirmative ree\ %  H;II it ion of the Soviet Union's efforts to make cul;ural cripples of !.000.000 Soviet Jews." He said the destruction of Jewish community life in the Soviet Union is a "calculated Kremlin policy" accomplished by secret administrative decrees that violate the Constitutional equality of eth nic groups and nationalities under Soviet law. "The discriminations directed against Soviet Jews are two-pronged, denying them the right to live as Jews in their homeland and to leave voluntarily for lands more hospitable to Jewish life." Katz I said. He said there are reasons to believe that the Kremlin "is sensitive to the embarrassing dilemma" -of its anti-Jewish policy. "One consequence has seemingly caught the Kremlin by surprise," Mr. Katz said. "That is the persistent group consciousness which is sustained among Soviet Jews. Defining Jewish education as "the root of Jewish existence," Katz proposed that B'nai B'rith "act as a catalyst for a deeper, more abundant quality to Jewish education in the United States." j Ameiican Jews are "a community' eager and proud to be Jewish," but, because of weak educational oppor tunitiei "they are unsure of how to be Jewish in a more meaningful way," he added. Tr'iman told the banquet audience that fhe "coming generation" would play an historical role in national and international affairs "through the young man who is to be President of the United States. He warned that "without a real knowledge of history, without an understanding of the trials and tribulations through which people have gone in their efforts to find an ideal way to make a government work for the benefit of all the people, the coming generation can fail." But he added: "I don't believe they will fail." He saluted Feinberg. a long-time personal friend, who received the B'nai B'rith medal "for his responsive and creative leadership during a crisis decade of great Jewish achievement." Feinberg is chairman of the Israel Bond Organization and the board of trustees of Brandeis University, president of American Friends of the Weizmann Institute and leader in other Jewish causes. President Eisenhower, in a message to the meeting that was read by Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther, applauded the leaders of B'nai B'rith for having "worked long and faithfully to advance the welfare of their members and communities." A message from President-elect Kennedy, read by Gov. Abraham Ribicoff, of Connecticut, and another from Prime Minister BenGurion. read by Ambassador Michael Comay, head of Israel's delegation to the United Nations, laudGap in U.S. Human Resources, AJC Told ie greatest gap in America today lies in its human resources It lies in the difference between political and religious beliefs on which our nation was founded and the cold, hard facts of life," a New York urban renewal housing expert .old the American Jewish Committee here Sunday. Some 500 persons gathered to attend the eighth annual meeting of the Greater Miami chapter of the j ~ CouncJ| (o he New york Committee at the Dupont Plaza ^^ Commission Against Discriml "In a nation that is W percent Gentile, we nevertheless refer to our religious beliefs as JodeoChristian, and we recognize that self-realization of the individual is basic to our concept of government. But much unfinished business remains to bridge the gap between our ideals and what we have in actuality." Scheuer, chairman of the Housing hotel. nation, emhasized that today's gaps Pointing to the theme of three sen a marked advance in riMiiir nil it lire H r> i>. i Inn HTP. _concurrent worship sessions preceding the dinner meeting. "Unfinished Business — Miami." James Scheuer, president of t h e AJC's New York chapter declared: NON-CANCELLABLE HOSPITAL PLAN ADULT RATES CAN NEVER BE RAISED ISSUED UP TO THE AGE OF 90 > NO LIMIT TO NUMBER OF TIMES USED SURGICAL BENEFITS INCLUDED ANYONE MAY APPLY FOR THIS PLAN MAIL COUPON TODAY Phone HI 5-2439 %  COMMMCIAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY i 211 ALCAZAR AVE CORAL GAILES. FLA. • SEND INFORMATION TO: %  Miui' AGE w NAME ADDRESS •CITY .. % % % % %  • social progress over the unfinished business of two decades ago. "Discrimination in education and employment has been vastly re duced. We no longer excr-i-vely battle bigotry in schools, universities, and fraternities." Added Scheuer: "There were virtually no Negroes in colleges two decades ago. And since that time, the Armed Forces have been desegregated." But the New York authority pinpointed Negro ghettoizalion into "iireversibly consigned slums" as j the major problem during the I years ahead. Scheuer told the AJCommittee gathering that "we are on the brink of enormous craiii programs of fulfillment" during the coining decade, and based his prediction on statements by the Federal government and forces now at work aiming to implement these statements. Among Federal government indications of change. Scheuer emj phasized the Fair Employment j Miami Attorney Elected Practices Commission of World | War II; desegregation of the Frank E. Solomon. Miami Armed Forces; housing opinions homey, has been elected to by the U. S. Supreme court, which j board of directors of Giffen STATE .......J government's committee on contract compliances; and the May, 1954 decision on the abandonment of separate but equal facilities in 'In' public schools. Among farces at work to implement these, Scheuer listed the increasing social services offered by the government to the individual; the rising articulateness of the Negro community, which he said now has "Middle Class status and wants equal treatment for equal dollars; new leadership in the South that presses for law and order; and the pressures of foreign policy. "More than 25 percent of the voting power at the United Nations." Scheuer reminded, "is today in the hands of the new Afri-an nations — whose delegates .Chrushchev courted during h i s visit here, while these same delegates were insulted on their rounds of New York's restaurants, hotels, and nightclubs." In an obvious slap at the Republican Administration. Scheuer scor ed particularly the "failure of our chief executive's moral leadership" to press for progress in these areas. 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ANDERSON Executor GEORGE N. MacDONELL Attorney f.04 Hlscayne I tl'lar. Miami :i2. Florida. lt/2-9-16-23 BY HENRY LEONARD NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 50865 IN RE: Estate of i.SCAR F GREEN Deceased. To Ml Creditor* and AM Person* Havng Claim* or Demands Against Bald Betate: Tou, and each of you. are bereb) notified and required to present any i lalni* and demands which you; or .ih.' of you, may haw against the estate of OSCAR F GREEN ill late of n.nie County. Florida, to tin •', r.,1. • County Judges of Dade %  inty, and file the same In Ihelr office' in thd County Courthousi In bade County, Florida, within eight calendar month-, from the date of the first publication hereof. Said Halms or demand* •itnin the legal address .if the nt .inil to l.e sworn t. and sen ted M aforesaid. ..1 -.111. u ill he .1 Ibtted Novemlier Jl, AI' |M* HoHKHTS GREEN \E or • f 1 he l.a-t Will ,'i,i Ti stamenl ol OSCAR F. QRBBN, ]>.,..,... 1. E8SBN Atlornej for Executor ';' 8-8-M-8] "Well, children let see whoT Webster hoc to cry." Hi.1 NOTICE UNDER v,.-r F r C T l T,OUS "ME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY HIV EN the undersigned, d.-sliing t„ ,.„ aihs ,. „, H".H -'T"i N.W, ;.,,i, street Miami, Ha., intend :,. .•. g| H i, .,,,, Clerk 0 | ""n ounl ,, Rot Ida IU SMITH. |\ L. '1 Smith. Pi. B ld, ,u ,%  >, 1 i. v'""''"' Smith, s., t. t.uy '.'M.I ..MAN ,v 1,1 il.l STEIN : : Wi t Fag lei Street Miami, FToi Auomeya foi Registrant 11 '18-83, 18 J-f. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tlie undersign**], desiring to engage in tusine-is under the fictitious name of BARNEY BERNSTEIN & COMPANY at chamber of Commerce Building, Miami ".:', Intend to register said name uith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ounty, Florida. BARNEY BERNSTEIN SOL PATCHEN CARR A WARRKN Attorney* for Applicants 1408 Ainsley I'.ldg. 13/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKBEBY GIVEN thi.t the undersigned, desiring 10 angagi In business under the fictitious nami 01 STROLL-O-CHAIR DISTRIHI'Tolts it 1227.'. N.E. nth Avenue. North Mianil intemis to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade 'ounl ^. Khrida. LCLLAISYH DIAPER SERVICE. INC a Fla. Corp, 13 J-8-18-23 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCOURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 50405 B (Dowling) n Ri ESTATE iF DORA KA1J5K I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credlton and All Persona Having Claims or Demand* Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required t.i present any claims and demands which you may have against tin i.ite ,,f DOR.A KALER deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges 01 Dade County, and file the aame in their offlcea In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Horlda, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. IRVING K KALER, Rxecutot Pallid. Silver. Pallot. Stem & Minti 701 Congress Bldg, Miami 88, Kla. SA.M I. SILVER. Attorney 701 Congress Bldg. Miami 32. Kla. 11'2.".. 18/8.8-1f ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *JmUti FhridH/an solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Diai FR 3-1605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dishing to engage in business under the fictitious name of OFFICE LOUNGE at ISI N.E, 1st Street, Miami. Horlda Intends to reglstei -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. VISION ENTERPRISES, INC. la Kla. Corp.) SOL MAISEL Attorney fur Applicant tit Security Trust Bldg. ll/M, 18/8-9-1I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under th. fictitious name ol FASHION PRODUCTIONS LTD SSjn B.W 87th Terraeo, Miami, Florida Intends t,, register said name with the Clerk ,,f the Circuit Court ol Dade t'ountv. Florida. EDITH APPLEBAUM 18 2-9-16-23 T< Y to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. S0C11634 JOSEPH PI.ESKO, Plaintiff, MARIE rLEKJCO. I 'efendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR MARIE PLEHKO L' Noun Mai'le Avenue East Orange. New Jerseyit are hereby notified and -eo,ulred rve a cojty of your Answer to the "f Comvlalnt for Divorce, en •ilf' ntt'mey. and file h nrlcIni.l In the office of t-e clerk of the I'lrvuil Co0 of iwd^ c,,.,otv Florida. on ..r before the 2nd day of Janus: y. "erw'e the a'l-istl. ns %  'omnlnint will he taken i,COBI b> %  .u. 1 N. vcmber "n |Mto 1 H 1 tATHEPMAN ClrrK of ci .it Co rt Bj M M i v\i \ Ni Pajpnty Clerk s MPEL .1 HAvn %  v for Plaintiff bold Building Miami 88, Florid* •:• 8-S-K-8I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48569 IN RE: Btat of MORRIS CORTEZ I isi 1 ant d. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE ttOTICB ihereby given that 1 have filed mv Final Report and Petition for DIM 1 .nution and Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of Morris Cort*. deceased: and that on the 10th day of January, 11. at 2:00 P.M.. will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge s* Executor of the estate of the above-named decedent. This 28nd day of November, IMt, s/ ISADORE CORTEZ MAX R. SILVER Attorney viz Key bold Building M iaml 32, Florida 12/8-9-16-2J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 80C375S HELEN HARRISON, PlCintirr, VS. RT HARRISON, 1 lefendant. NOTiCt OF PUBLICATION T" R< 'BERT HARRISON < %  Hotel Aurora Aunrii, Illinois TOTJ ARE HEREBY notified that a Bill ..f Complaint for Divon -. has !" %  • 11 filed against you and you are required %  v p 01 1 our nswer or other pleadlni 01 tlfPs attorney, Ml 1.TON A FRIEDMAN, 111 Unsley Building. Miami. Florida, and file the uriglnaJ with th.Clerk "f the circuit Co ;rt on or before the 8th day <>f .lanuary, I'M'.I. ,.r iudgment by default will be taken against you. DATED THIS 80th DAY OF NOVMi'i-i: IM0, at Miami, Dade County. Florida. V. LEATHERM \N. • '1. 1 k ..f Circuit Court i %  dc Counts t lorida (seal) By. WM W STOCKING I'. pun clerk MILTON A. KR1KDMAN Attornev for Plaintiff D11 Ainsley Building Miami 32, Florida FRanklin 1-366* 12/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t,, engage in business under the fictitious, name ol HONEY'S DEPARTMENT STORE st 211 S E. 1st Street. Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk ,,f the Circuit C t of I 'a.ie County, PlorldA. GOLD'S, INC ia H,I Corp.) MARX PABER Attorney for Applicant 1012 Congress Bldg. 11 85. 12 8-8-K NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of •WOLLEN A PA RT M E N T S" and "WOLLBN'8 APARTMENT8" at :>14 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach Int.n.ls to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count) Florida. BERNARD WOI.1.KN KOVNBR & MANNHEIM 1:1: An..11,. yi for Bernard Wollen 11/85, 18/8-9-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THF CIRCU'T CO''R T OF THE FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADF ELEVENTH .lUPiC'AL r.ipr*UiT OF COUNTV. IN THANCERY. N* 0C11940 ANNE S. ZOUiNDEK. Plaintiff. V". RI BIN )DrtEK, I 'efendan* SUIT FOR D'VORCE Tie RIHIN Zt>I>.ND'T< 4*1 West End Avenue Manhattan New York Oily. N,w York You are hvrehv notified that a Bill of c,,mpia|nt for Divorce has been led against you. and vou are required to serve a copy of your Answer or 1 leading to the Bill of Complaint on plaintiff"* Attotnev. OFXiR'lE A "1':IEN. 2i ARAGON AVENUE 'Y1RAL OABI.ES. FUiRlDA and file ginal Answer or Pleading In the offli e of the Clerh of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of December '"" If vou fall to de so. Judgment by '"•fault will be taken against you for 'he ,elief demanded In the Bill of aint. This notice shall b* publish, d once • a h week for fo 'Mi: JEWISH KLohMI'l N I"'NK AND ORDERED gl M m this 14th day of Novembei IIIEI'.MAN :.rk. lot Ida ; v\t \N. I •• puty Clerk %  I OBIUEX J3 AraKBi Ave.. Coral Gables f'.r Plaintiff Il?lt-. !/*-• IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 31489 1953 IN RE Estate of WILL RAFEL fa eased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE AFPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Niiri'i: ihereto) u-i^en that I have filed my Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge as i; N ,. i r |x ol the .state of WILL l(\n 1. Md: and that on the • December, IIKW, will apply t„ the II rabl* county Judgi Dad. Co inty, Florida, foi approval 1 said Final Report and for distribution and fin.a .1 Executrix of an* ssUK f the above-nameii decedent Thl* Hth day of November. I0. PAULINE PATRICK KENNETH M. MYERS Attorney Mi. r-. Helman & Kaplan iir.o s.w i-' •%  • 1 Miami 36. Florida 18 8-l-ll-xl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 60C1140* RllY SMITH. Plaintiff. RBG1NA*A SMITH. ""''SUIT FOR DIVORCE RBGINA SMITH PO Box TO: Rower* Hills. Virginia n* PUI \V. st iitalnllffs Attornev. CAIN Ksgler Street. MUml 44. rror Eii^-MW'sfflajj !K PIt '"curt on .. %  before the fox the reliet „ Miami. norid! S day "' NOV. x ,. rHERMAN Clerk, D.,,u,y .•'. %  rk r iiirM 1| NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI SWIM PRODUCTS at 3090 NW 75th St., Miami, Florida. S1LRY-DOLCOURT CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES la Fla. Corp.) Sole Owners CAIN & ISIS Attorneys for Applicant 3830 W. Flagler St. 11/85.12/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In • -' under the fictitious name of SEVEN BEAS NOVELTY CO at I8M 80th Street. Miami Beach :I9. Fla., Intends to register said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MILTON WITTENBERG 'i to, II 8-8-H IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCOURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51226-C In Re: ESTATE OP BANDOR PALIN 1... ..,.-. d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T" All Credllora and All Persons Having Claimi. or Demands Against Bald Estati You, Bnd each of you are hereby : and required to present any claims 01 demands which you, or either "f you, ma) have against the estate of BANDOR PALIN deceased late ol Dadt County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judge* "f Dade County, and file th.BUM in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 733.16 of the 194.1 Probate Act. Dated November 81, A.D. 190. MILTON R. MANNHEIMER As Executor of the Ijist will and Testament of SAN DOR PALIN, Deceased.' KOVNER A M A N N H El IIER Attornev* for Executor 11/2%. 12/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of NORTH DADE CATERERS at h"i N E. 179th Terrace. Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Floi Ida TERRY LEVY and MORTY KOSOY Bole < rwners HENRY A K \M!' 1884 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. Attorn**/for North Dadi Caterers NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thundersigned, dishing to engagi in business undet the fictitious name "f GOLD'S WOMENS WEAR at 8138 N.E 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida Intends to reglstei said name with the CleTk of ih. Circuit Coint .,f Dade County, Florl la. GOLD'S, INC. ia Fla. '"rp.) M MIX IIBER Attorney for A ppllcanl 1612 Congress Bldg. 11 85, 18/8-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 3IVEN that ndi %  gnad, di siring to engsge in business under the fictitious name of PARK iSLE CLUB APARTMENTS at ,1 strut. 72:11-ti-".1 Wayne ive Miami Beach, intends to register said name with th* Clerk ol the Circuit Court ,,f Dade County, Florida. MURRAY GREENE. Trustee ".l 85, 18 I-8-18 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai •he nnderslrned. dc'nne to enrage In business under the fictitious nam< ol THE FAY COHfN EXPORT COMPANY at 18*1 N.E. 88th Street. Miami Intends lo regiatar said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor'-'a. ,, NATHAN G. COHEN 18 2-9-16-23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61127-C IN RE Estate of JJEUBBN GERBERT. 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AM Creditors and Ml P* sons Having Claims or I', man.ls Against Said E VoIiV. herebj n.t:ii,a and required to present any c'a'ma and detnan.ts „,.,. havi against th, esUt*'of I K l:nN 1 a-RRKKT deceased %  [tade County; Florldg, t the T.I .-. i,...v unit the same will be barred. Sl)NIA ilKRHBRT RICHARD BRICKMAN • s:reet KlanlW. Fla„ ]5 25 .,;/,. NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi uni %  • de*li Ing to • n| business under the fictitious name Of COMAR MOSKOWITZ DENTAL LABORATORY at 806 Professional Building 811 NK Second Avenue, Miami. Florli a intend t.. t. Lwith the Clerk of tha Circuit Curt ..! Dade County. Florida. ABE coMAR MORRIS McsKOWITZ HI i.L& Roea Attorneys for Comar-Moskowiti Applicant 913 Ainsley Building Miami 32, Horlda ^ ,-,„_„.,.„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \-. .TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desitlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of LADTBUG at 1433 N.E. Miami Place Miami. Fla.. intends to r. gister said name with the Clerk of the I Iroult Court <.f Dade Count>\ EJ<;rida. KATHERINE P. RAAB T*L1AN0FF* WALLER Attorneys for Katherlne P. Baab NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NnTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in 1. islnes* under the flctltloui name ,t BIRD AIR CONDITIONING AND APPLIANCE SERVICK at 8375 Bhd Road, Miami. Horlda intends to register said name with [he Clerk i.T the Circuit Court of l>aile Count v. Florida. JACK (Ml.DIE 7:.3i> SVV 2th Ter., Miami, Fla. IS :!-:>-Ifi-2.1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EDEN CLEANERS & I.AUNDRY at 233 14th Street. Miami Beach. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD LAPriNG FATE LAPPING Sole Owners 11/18-23.12/2-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GOLDEN REALTY at 8808 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida intends to reglstei %  Id name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida. GOLDEN REALTY By: 1 11, • li. id man, Sole 1 Iwner GOLDMAN %  GOLDSTEIN \\ Flail. 1 St Miami. Fla. Attorney* for Golden Realty 18 8-8-H-28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANB FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 49*30B IN RE: Estati "f ELIZABETH f> ILD8TE1N, formerly known ..ELISABETH OOLD8TE1N COHEN 1 % %  ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO .All creditors and All Persons II".Ing Claims or liemands Against aaw Estate: ,,, Yon are hereby notified ami re.pn. d to present any claims and demands which vou may have against the estate ,.f ELIZABETH CI.I.HSTEIN deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to %  ounty Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their officein the County Courthouse In Dade < ounty Horlda, within eight calendar months front the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be ""'"HARRY MAHLER. Executor ARNOLD SLOME, Attorney 42'i Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 12 2-9-18-23 ATTENTION ATTORNCYS! CORPORATIOS OMJTFiTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Oxll THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN at FR 3-4605 t; I .1 1 M



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Paqe 10-A *Jmistifk)rkJlar Friday. December 9. I960 Former Nazi Elite Officer Threatens Television Suit PHILADELPHIA—(JTA1—Representatives of one of the largest advertising agencies in the United States, and a major industrial firm here, faced this week the threat of a lawsuit by Otto Skorzeny. former officer of the Nazi SS Elite Guard. Skorceny objected to a reference to him in a recent documentary television program on Adolf EichBUlW, Hitler'.* specialist in mass extermination. Skorzeny's name was used dur mt; the Oct. 12 show on Eichmann on a TV program sponsored by the Armstrong Cork Company. Batten, Barton. Durstine and Osborne is the company's advertising agency. In Cairo Center Top Nazis Work Continued from Page 1-A special department on tne Polish anti-Nazi underground. Bender is now in the political prisoners' department pf Egyptian Security. Others listed are Leopold Gleis. the Warsaw (iestapo chief, who was sentenced to death in absentia in 1945 and who is now adviser to the Egyptian Security Service, an former SS Col. A. Buberle. who is in charge of organizing Egyptian youth along the lines of the Hitler Jugend. The report gives the Arab names now used by the Nazis Skorzeny, now living in Spain, was described on the program as •*.%  — i o j et ll fcv the Israel Government for war crimes. He i,...y ...lOrmeo the company that he would sue if a retraction were not made. He said in his complaint that he was acquitted in September, 1947 by a United States military court in Dachau where he had been tried on charges of having violated the rules of war. The sponsor and the agency are understood to be weighing the evidence, as well as the question of whether Skorzeny uouid be successful in a lawsuit. Another problem is understood to be concern ato the reaction of the American public if an apology were tendered on a national television program to a former high officer in Hitler'.Elite Guard Ira Guilden, noted industrialist and Jewish communal leader, has been appointed chairman of the National Council of the Foundation for the Jewish National Fund. The Foundation for the JNF devotes itself to setting up a pool of funds through wills, bequests and insurance assignments for the purpose of establishing projects in Israel bearing the names of the donors. Since its inception six years ago, a potential of more than SI2.000.000 has been mobilized through the Foundation. Other Nazis also arc listed, most Ol whom work in the Egypsian Se curity Service, particularly in Unpolitical deparlments. Others work in Nasser's concentration camps .11 (I Rome are in mililary headquar ten Offices. The report iayi thai Nee-Nazi activities arc financed thrvir-'h funds taken by the fleeing Nazis and secreted HI Argentina. USY to Serenade Home Residents .Marvin Schreibcr, program director, has invited the L'SY of Beth Torah Congregation to present a Chanuka cantata for residenls of the .Jewish Home for the Aged at! Douylas Gardens on Wednesday! evening On Saturday, Dec. 17. the group will be gUOStl a! a Chanuka Ball at Temple Sinai in Hollywood Participants in the USY football team will be honored. Thi.e activities are part of the educational, religious and social program of United Synagogue Youth. Eighth and ninth grade studentmeet Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.. and tenth and eleventh grader, meet Wednesday evenJagi at Beth Tbrah, Holiday Greetings Josefs Pastry Shop Winner of 1st and two 2nd Silver Medals in the Culinary Art Show at MB. Auditorium 1960 1098 Normandy Dr., MB. Special Knesset German Defense JERUSALEM — 1137 NW 54 ST. PL 94201 RAi'S % !" FURRIERS Famous Brand CASMMMf SWfATftS $79.50 up Beautifully Lined Luxuriously Furrsd 231 NE 79th St. PL 1-3S1I Phone FR 3-8854 Designing By JACK ROTH Plastic Plants Company FOLIAGE FLOWERS FRUIT 314 NE 26th Terr. at Biscayne Blvd. MIAMI, FLORIDA NAPPT CHANUKA.' McBRIDE LIQUORS PACKAGE STORE A LOUNGE 734 N.E. 125th Street Phones PL 7-1160 PL 1-2383 NEW ISRAELI IMPORTS Alao Religions A Gold Jewelry CHANUKA GIFTS Very Reasonable Prices -Room 401 L BARNETT JEWELRY CO. 216 NE 2nd Ave. FR 4-3446 LARGEST SELECTION OF MENORAHS FROM ISRAEL FIELDS GIFT SHOP 129 Miracle Mile-Coral Gables WE MAIL HI 3 0351 SITTERS WANTED INTERNATIONAL BABY SITTERS SERVICE Needs Sitters ages 30 to SO for their Expectant Mother's Division on the (3) weeks plan Preferably ladies with knowledge of the Jewish language and Jewish Style or Kosher cooking. Please phone: MRS. AYMERICH MO 1-8103 mtmktr ef Miam. Dode Co. C or C. FUR RENTALS For All Occasions RAMONS FURS 3916 SW 8th St. HI 4-3416 UNWANTED HAIR? REMOVED PERMANENTLY BY KAY KENDALL, R.M.A. (Licensed Elecrrolygnti 14*74 N.E lftfc AVI. Ne Miami Beech Wl 7-1 lei SOCIAL INTRODUCTION Fer sincere tingle people of good background and intelligence. Private, Confidential. All ages cordially invited. HI 8-1539 RENT A CAR from $2.50 per day $15 per wk & mileage charge ABELl MOTORS. Inc. I4SI W rlAGlE* $T. Ph. FR 3-6765 ANN'S KNIT SHOP for rait ixr-ur INSJKUCTIONS 653 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 8-9155 OPTOMETRIST Dr. Jack Solomon OHMS NfW O'Htt 8410 BIRD ROAD CAnal 1-4S44 TRY THAI RMTNEtS EPICURE MARKET'S NfW CATrtlNC SftVfCf 16S6 Altaa M. Jl I 11*1 OWNER MUST SELL Choice, Large, Imperial River Lot*. Ivy now. Prices, terms ere low. $10 DOWN$10 MONTH Owner, SKLOW HI 3-3181 FOWLERS SEA FOOD I POULTRY MARKET "Shop in the Gables — No Parking Worries" 267 MINORCA AVENUE Phono HI 6-1711 S.W. A GABLES ONLY 9:00 A.M. to 9 P.M. M so TV CALLS P P U A. it" PIX TUBES 3-yr. Guar Installed 178 95 JOE'S RELIABLE TV CA I.JS56 Mem Miami Chamber ot Commerce Write Dr. W. O. Reynolds, Chiropractor 74 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES, FLA <>-6JBBVB>( )-mmmm-< > %  % % % %  >( i^ammmHt^nmoH) J PHOTO FINISHING IN by 10 AM OUT l,y 5 P.M. At No Extra Charge PITMAN Photo Service 1130 NW 36H. SI Nf 5 1761 3170 NW 36th ST NE 4 6016 ROOM AND BOARD FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE SPKIAl LOW SUMMER HATES Strictly Kosher. Warm Atmosphere. Cm Service MRS. N. UVm. 1S4S IUCLID AVt JI 1-3741 mo THE CAUSE I FLUOROSCOPIC X-RAY Examination for a tofjOQ Limited Time Only 4a> RIVERSIDE CLINIC 110S S W. 1st STREET _FR 4-i?42 DEAUVILLE PACKAGE STORE 6640 COLLINS AVI. MIAMI BEACH. FLA PHONES UN 6-W02 UN 6-7111



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HATE BRED EASILY —j. % "Ait BRED EASILY 'Jewish jFlgrldllia.iri Miami Was Just •Ripe' Friday, December 9, I960 ====== Friday. December 9, I960 Section E Children in arts and crafts workshop of the Jerusalem YM-YWHA work on menorahs in preparation for the Festival of Lights, just as do their counterparts at Jewish Community Centers and Y's in the U.S.. affiliated with the Nalional Jewish Welfare Board. Celebration of Chanuka is part of year-round Jewish cultural activities at Centers in this country, which also conduct a variety of programs which support the Jerusalem Y. The YMHA in Jerusalem is a project of the World Federation of YMHAs and Jewish Community Centers, of which JWB is the American member. OUH PMSIDENT-EIECT VIEWS A PEOPLES' HISTORY: PART II Nation of Immigrants': The Force That Drove Our Forbears to America By JOHN F. KENNEDY Nobody would ever say that physicists, chemists or astronomers have eaiy jobs. Understanding people, however, is even more (iifficull. Perhaps that is why men have been able to harness the tnergy of the atom but have hardly been able to make a start toward harnessing the energy of man himself, and directing it toward the goal of mankind. Yet. as we have seen, if we are •'• appreciate fully what immi:ation has meant to America we ust try to find out something •bout the people who have come i re. It is almost impossible for .cans today to comprehend •he power of the forces that i' oved our forebears to leave their %  lil life and start a new one. Try to understand what would be nec>ary to cause you to leave America and go to Italy to live Your family and friends live in \merica and you have lived here .ill ot your life, what force could '<• strong enough to cause you to tive up this life and move thousands of miles to a land where life .s different, where you do not •peak the language, where you have no friends? Historian Oscar Handlm. in his look "The Uprooted," describes this sensation in this way: "The (rossing immediately subjected the emigrant to a succession of shattering shocks and decisively conditioned the life of every man that survived it. This was the initial contact with life as it was to be. For many peasants it was the first time away from home, away from the safety of the circumscribed little villages in which they had passed all their years. Now they would learn to have dealings with people essen t'ally different from themselves. Now they would collide with unaccustomed problems, "learn to understand alien ways and alien Ml HM '%  The Jewish Flondian here offer\ the second in a series from "A Nation of IMMlgrants h\ |ohn /' Kennedy, President • Elect of the United State*. Among other voltime* and articles Mr. Kenned} the author 0/ (he Pulitzer Prise-winning Profiles in Courage" (1V5ft) t id Wi.-. England Slept" (1940) This exclusive fewisl il features the I : ,;, IIIOI published .1r"" t On. Nation I ibrai An.1 Defamation League <>) B'nai B'rtth, and u available | the ADL s Publ lepartmertt. languages, manage to survive in a grossly foreign environment. In truth, we can never recapture this sensation. Even one who has never left his home town •knows" the world through his schooling, or failing that, through the newspapers, radio, television and the movies. The innocence, and consequently the shock, of the European peasant or craftsman encountering his first expen. Dcei in the outside world can never be fully duplicated by an American in the middle of the twentieth century. Yet the exercising of imagination may give some idea of the power of the reasons that drove forty million people from their old lives and the power of the attractions that drew them to America. There were probably as many reasons for coming to America as there were people who came every man sees his own lot and his own prospects as just a little different from that of his neighbor There were some things that these people ha< in common, however, and fta* JOHN f. KtNNtOY For a New ADL Office Here Twenty Years Ago By HARRY S.MONHOFF t0 mers on a deal that would be On December 10. 1940, the Anti8xc,U8,ve and profitable. They Defamation League opened its s ct rc,l >' admitted through a back branch office in Miami Decemr and solfl P r elevelopcd lots were more important than their differences. Starting with the first settlers of America, there has been a Steady flow of people who came to the New World to escape religious persecution and to practice their own creed without interference. It has always been a central theme in American immigration from the days of the Puritans to the twentieth century. In the 1880s I'zarist Russia embarked on a policy of Russian nationalism. Jews were persecuted and forced to emigrate. In more recent years the anti-Semitism and anti Catholicism of Hitlers Germany and Stalin's Russia and religious persecution under communist regimes in eastern Europe drove many people to leave their homes and flee to America. It would be false to say that all of these people were met in a .pint of tolerance and understanding. Only blindness to the facts or self-delusion could lead us to overlook the religious intolerance that has characterized some periods of American history startCorrfinved on Pagt 2-E ber 10, i960, will mark the 20th anniversary of its existence in Florida. I do not use the word "celebrate." lor that term connotes rejoicing. There would only be cause to rejoice if the need for the defense programs of organizations like the ADL were no longer with us. No, the necessity for Jewish defense agencies is as urgent as ever. The recent bombings of synagogues, swastika brandings, the distribution of hate literature, demonstrate! that an alert ADL in our midst has a full-time job watching the antics of hate mongers and taking the necessary steps to check and nullify the designs of crackpots or demagogucs before they assume dangerous dimensions. I am neither an alarmist nor given to exaggeration. I can simply relate as an eye witness the things that happened in the Miami area. It may be timely to remind the newcomers in our midst of the experiences which impelled us to call upon the national ADL to open an office in Florida. The Miami Boom There seems to be something 'ndigenous in our area that promotes hatred. On the day of my arrival in Miami, I was greeted with a streamer attached to the bumper of a car: "It is always Jcw'n' in Miami." Strange enough, this was in 1925, in the midst of the famous land boom, when money was plentiful and virtually everyone shared in the general prosperity. I felt particularly outraged, coming from Charleston, S.C., whose two-century-old Jewish community commanded respect. Several weeks later, the banner disappeared. I was encouraged to feel that the pranksters decided that the joke had gone far enough. But when I met Pincus Scheinberg, a merchant on Flagler st.. in the Seybold Arcade, I learned something that left a permanent impression about combatting Jewish hatred. These snide innuendoes were increasing until Mr. Scheinberg complained to the chief of Police. Then. Leslie Qtligg rounded up some of the car owners and Ordered them to remove the streamers or face arrest. A veritable pogrom psychology prevailed during the boom. The KKK marched In full regalia. Negroes were intimidated, hounded and actually beaten up on the street with the police looking the other way. The number of signs "Gentiles Only" on apartments and hotels were legion. Miami Life." a weekly owned by Wen Phillips, was spattered with anti.lew Ish insinuations. When Julian W. Mack, Judge of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, arrived, his friends were unable to get accommodations for him at any of the Carl Fisher hotels on Miami Beach. Novel Schema This anti Jewish psychosis spiralled into a climax. As the false boom prosperity on paper increased. Gentile assurances became more and more arrogant. Carl Fisher had already set the pattern in forbidding the sale of real estate, commercial or residential, to Jews. Stooges and Jackals followed his example. Rest rid ions were now attempted in Coral Gables and in new subdivisions in the county. A novel scheme was tried out in Seminole Beach, just north of Golden Beach. Gentile salesmen let in their "favored" Jewish cusat $8,000, with one-fourth cash and the balance on terms. The next day. newspapers throughout the U.S.A. carried Hunt page stories about a Florida subdivision that was sold out for S8.ft00.000 in two hours. The story made headlines in the sedate London Times. The following week, Gentiles were offering adjoining lots in Seminole Beach for less than tha purchase price paid by Jewish buyers. The story leaked out that Jews were first sold lots at S8.000 each, and then the alternating plots were sold to Gentiles for S6.000. Jewish purchasers could not unload their buys and quickly lost their life savings. There was nothing left to do but to clear out with the last dollar they could beg or borrow. For a week or more, the story of how the "Jewboys" were clipped, was relished at cocktail bars and even in respectable church gatherings. No one seemed concerned with the perversity of the scheme. Then the jokes began to pall. Land buying suddenly ceased. This shabby and dishonest trick broke the boom. The conspirators of the Seminole Beach fraud, giving vent to their Jewish animous, brought about the crash of the Miami boom that caused ruin and misery to thousands of Jews and Gentiles. Yet not a word of censure came forth from the news. papers, from church leaders or from the moral forces of the community. Hate on Wane The "boom and bust" was followed by severe hurricanes, the closing of banks, the Wall st. panic of 1929. A deep depression settled over America like a pall. The chief concern of people was how to make a living. The post-war anti-Semitism was receding. Henry Ford had stopped his vicious Continued, on Page 12-E The Anti-De/amaU'on League of B MI H rith will celebrate .:> 20th anniversary m Florida t .1 h.ir. .Suiiir.iav evening honoring LeRi-\ Collins it'ith die annual I ard I-. Ab u Award in Hi,man I 1 dud all .la'. Sunday m a st "I Hat s % %  I : : vfiari and several I Amrriian Jewish themes whose 1 tipean .1 in The |< Flondian. herewith presents in tu*o parts a tvi I londa icene twenty years ago .: H marked by free-wheeling b goti against which uos launched this .. Anii-De/amatniii League O/jice. %  Altr SIMONNOfF



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December 9. 1960 +Jml5t> fkuricfirtr Nathanya growing like Tel^iv, which was founded by M. ff in 1910. Therefore, he i.s in the constant process of in\vag newcomers and new tnduses to Nathanya. He visualized new diamond industry as very Lpropriate for his town About end'ofOcrober, 1939, Mr. Sorreceived a cable in Antwerp jm Mr. Ben-Ami, stating, "I am ying to see you," and a few £ys later Mr. Sorin met Mr. en-Ami who-said to him, "Let star: the work Recruitment Begins |The next day. Mr. Sorin's office Antwerp began recruiting skilldiamond workers for Palesle. Ben-Ami had a letter of inoduction from the High Commisner in Jerusalem to the dialond syndicate in London. It was |ry important to make sure that syndicate would supply the rcessary rough diamonds to a |w cutting center in a country Iher than HbllatuPand Belgium. len-Ami told my husband that he Iso had a verbal promise from \e High Commissioner, who was personal friend, to supply all ke special certificates for visas r all skilled diamond workers diamond dealers willing to imte to Palestine After a short sit in Belgium, Ben-Ami left for tendon. [The following day, the office Mr. Sorin in Antwerp was open registration for those who tre willing to go to Palestine, was not easy to persuade the diamond manufacturers to fccept such an idea They did not tnt to believe that Hitler and army would invade Belgium, ad some people said, "The mayor other officials of the city 111 us that even if the Germans pcupy Belgium, nothing bad will Ippen to the Jews in this particuindustry." I The small manufacturer and pe workers responded to the I, however, and in April, 1940, registration lists of all the clievers, sawers. girdlers and polishers, a total of 250 men and their families, was mailed to BenAmi in Nathanya, with the request that he send the promised immigration certificates. Instead of certificates, a cable arrived advising Mr. iiorm,iitti,alI the registration lists and all other relative information would have to be forwarded to London for study and approval by the British authorities. This meant "no," but for the small "no." the British have many other words and diplomatic expressions. On Friday. May io. 1940. the war against Belgium began. A new cable arrived from Ben-Ami, telling Mr. Sorin to go to the British Consulate in Brussels to secure the visas for the diamond workers. I went with my husband to the Consul, who was very well informed about this matter, but we could not obtain any clear and definite answer from him; it was the usual diplomatic doubletalk. We. therefore, had to tell all the workers "Sauve qui peut." "every one has to find his own way of escape to save his life." Some of the families who were registered to go to Palestine, found their own way out of Belgium by fleewrg through France and Spain to Portugal From there, after obtaining visas to Cuba or Brazil, they immigrated to these countries and started the diamond cutting industry. Page 3-C The Project Begins A smaller number fled via France to North Africa and from there, by foot or automobile, and without British certificates or visas, they were smuggled into Palestine as so-called "illegal" immigrants. They developed the diamond industry in Nathanya. the small town located midway between Tel Aviv and Haifa. By 1942, some 4.000 people were busy in this industry in Palestine. By 1945, as the war ended, their number was already close to 6,000. The export of almost all the production went to the United States, and a part of it to the neutral countries. The diamonds made in Palestine acquired a reputation for having fine precision cut and polish. As the waf ended, and Belgium was liberated, the Belgium government began to rebuild its industries in general. It also wanted to renew the diamond industry which had been completely ruined by the German occupation, but the government could not find Jewish workers and exporters because those who had remained in Holland and Belgium had been, for the most part, deported and murdered by the Germans. So the government sent a minister and special delegation to New York, Havana, Rio de Janeiro and to Nathanya to invite the Jewish diamond workers and dealers back to Antwerp, offering them many financial and commercial facilities. Simultaneously, they asked the big syndicate in London to stop delivering the rough diamonds to all the temporary diamond centers. The syndicate was advised that if it did not comply with this demand, their diamond shipments from their Congo mines to the syndicate in London would be halted. I remember that, at this time, a cable arrived from Ben-Ami in Nathanya to my husband, asking for his opinion on the future of the diamond industry in Palestine. The answer was, "Don t worry, friend Jacob; whatever may happen to other centers, the Palestine diamond manufacturing will continue and will flourish." And it so happened that all the factories in Cuba and Rio de Janeiro had to close. The cutting factories in New York stopped polishing diamonds less than 1-4 carat in size, and so the number of workers there decreased 75 percent. In Israel, the labor continued normally, and limited cutting to small diamonds, single and full ^Holiday Greetings PENINSULAR ENAMELERS SEE US FOR KITCHEN CABINETS AND REMODELING 33 NW 6th Street FR 3-6669 TO ALL GREETINGS WEST INDIES FRUIT COMPANY 605 BECAYNE BOULEVARD Phone FR 1-8473 To All Season's Best Wishes SIMMERMAN CATERERS 5958 NE 2nd Avenue PL 8-4476 GREETINGS THE DAWSONS MARTIN DOUGLAS DONALD INDUSTRIAL PLASTIC MOLDERS, INC INJECTION MOULDING MOLD MAKING 680 W. 18th St., Hiakah TU 7-7428 Continued on P9 1*C MR. 110 CIMMT ot ffca DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO. Extends Chanuka Greetings to All His Friends and Patrons 394 E. 10th Court Phono TU 5-1454 GREETINGS FOR CHANUKA Umutl C. Kilh Miami Trek 7100 M.W. 7th AVINUI MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MY FRIENDS D. C. Kennett FIRE CHIEF Miami Beach Florida TO ALL ... A HAPPY HOLIDAY John Shnoy AND COLUMBUS HOTEL to Tho Heart of Miami 312 N. E. 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ly, December 9. 1960 ^Jenisfi Rhricliain Page 13-B of MIAMI 8303 BIRD OOAD MIAMI SS. FLOWICA OUTSTANDING TO CATERING RSONAllV SUPERVISED "rOH OUAIITY CALL EMERY GREEN" FOR WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS AND OTHER AFFAIRS CA 6-1744 El Al to Open Office on Beach -*L < C ontiiicntal u in re eleSaiH 1 //* Dininit in <• tradition El Al Israel Airlines, now represented in nine maior eilies through ou: the Unitrrl Stales and Canada. Will open its tenth oifiee in the Greater Miami area on Thursday. Dec. 15. 3 Site of the new El Al office will be at 1602 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. Leo Gardner has been appointed managing director. Formal Open House will be from 4 to 7 p.m. on Dee. 15 by invitation only. The oftice will open the next day for regular business. Expected at the dedication are Rabbis Irving Lihrman, Temple EmanuEl. and j Leon Kronish. Temple Be;h Sholom. Boneless Lunch and Dinner Served Daily CANDLELIGHT INN In The Hcorl ol Coconut Grove Banquat Facilities — Cocktail lounge Henry Leitaon, Mgr. NOW OPEN 3A • HARBOR ISIANO ;J5 ?S'h $>r,. • SEASON'S GREETINGS WONDER GRILL PANCAKES STEAK CHICKEN Menorah Chapter Card Party Menorah chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a card party at the Ifontmartre hotel on Sunday evening. Mrs. Solomon Moses and I Mrs. Maurice Fink are co-chairmen. On Tuesday morning, the women's organization will hold a regular board meeting at the Mrami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Lincoln rd., beginning at 10 a.m. The chapter recently inaugurated a perpetual table cloth with embroidered names as a fund-raising project. RE-OPENING SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 5 p.m. 18th CONSECUTIVE YEAR STAR Dairy, Yeg. & Fish Restaurant OLDEST AND BEST KNOWN DAIRY RESTAURANT SERVING LUNCH AND DINNERS TRY OUR SPECIAL ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS 841 Washington Avenue JE 1-9182 12000 Normandy Drive Normandy Isle SUNSHINE DAIRY RESTAURANT OHHS SUNDAY, DEC. 1Mb m* 4 PJ. 743 Washington Avenue JE 8-2103 htfnm mmd Molly Mercas with all ear fritnit mrnrn Potron A HAPPY CNANMCA Our 28lh Year! The Perfect Gift! Hera'a What Tmmy AH Wmmt htn Hondo A "PRIZE" PACK of Premium Indian River Citrus NOT A "PRICE" PACK %  %  a* of Ordinary '• 1/2 BUSHEL DELUXE Catict Mil* Miff 'nit. • MM wm ( %  %  ti It liscnai Caicllttt M M 3 CKM.t pittiii. i in it M '7Z,„. trim ricMi MI } jm ii _f H 1 .'.*. .." T rental Manailaall. AU ttf %  EAST Of M"NI. • "'" %  '" ran ortt rwi t mgmjt ft— HH • *• (.toil and Jake Dapt.. Now Opon! FLA. FRUI SHIPPERS, INC. Formerly JAMES R. COOPER -___261 N.W. 36h ST. PHONE PI 4-9616 jrtoM and Hail Orders Promptly Shipped Shaw Offers Personal Service Gus Shaw, president of Shaw Travel Service, reports favorable response to his "personalized service" since the" opening of his firm last August at 35 NE 17th St. For many years active in the import business and known in the community for his varied civic endeavors, Shaw explained that "our service is SHAW available day and night." "If you have te leava town in n emergency, wa tea to it that you have your tickets delivered on time. And, if hotels are filled up, wa always manage to find a room for our patrons." Shaw Travel Service also works out itineraries for those interested in trips to Israel. "We take care of everything from start to finishtransportation, hotels, food, sightseeing." For patrons who prefer it, the firm can also arrange financing of tours. The New MARSEILLES HOTEL Directly on the Ocean 1741 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH IS NOW UNDER THE OWNERSHIP-MANAGEMENT JOSEPH STEINBERG and AARON RESNICK. We have completely renovated and refurnished the entire hotel, lobbies and rooms. We have new 21" T.V. in every room at no extra cost to our guests. We have built a beautiful new Dining Room, in which our strictly kosher cuisine will prevail. ALSO ROOMS ON THE AMERICAN PIAN begin at S6-S7 Doily dbl. e. (until Dev. 19) WE AtSO HAVE TWO FULLY EOUIPPED KITCHENS. FULL-TIME MASHGIACH ON PREMISES We do strictly kosher catering for Bar Mirzvahs, Parties, Weddings and any other occasions. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DINNERS $2.95 and up. For information call JE 8-5711, JE 1-6549 MARCELLAS Italian Restaurant and Bar WHEN VOU CAU I COME TO TOUI "FROM A PIZZA TO A COMPLETE MEAL" CATERING EXCELLENT SERVICE-HOME DELIVERY MARCELLA'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT & BAR Our Popularity Has Forced Us to Enlarge Our Establishment. GREETINGS TO All OUR FRIENDS13886 W. 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Page 4-B "pHistfkricfter! H Friday. December 9, Oscar Rappaport and Mrs. Michael Covin are co-chairmen 01 the Beth David Chanuka party sponsored jointly by the Sisterhood and Men's Club. Beth David Sets Affiliate Dedication Rabbi Norman Shapiro, newspiritual loader of Both David Synagogue, will preside at a Chanuka party Sunday evening sporsorcd by the Sisterhood and Men's Club. Mrs. Miehael Covin and Oscar Rappaport. co chairmen, announce that highlight of the program will be the rededication of Sisterhood, with Mrs. Harold Reinhard serving a second term as president, and Men's Club. Bert Sher, president. Cantor William W. Lipson will lead the choir in a group of songs, with Mrs. Harold Berney at the piano. Others on the committee are Mrs Richard Herold. Mrs. George Saul, Harold Berney and Herbert MKS. HAKOLD KilHHAKD Frame. ABC BABY SITTERS ft ROCK-A-BYE CHILD CARE SERVICE WISH OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A VERY HAPPY CHANUKAI BABY SITTERS! "We Step In While You Step Out." 72S N.W. 123rd St., N. Miami MU I 6519 488 Perrina Av. — CE 5-3511 BOTMWE SHACKS AHDINFLOENCEJUWITES Slice it thick... slice it thin—dren it up with jam or cheeet Of serve it jutt at it coma* from the tin! However you chooee to enjoy it. Dromedary Date-Nut Roll make* appetite* tit up "Vans! take notice! It'i a mighty powerful persuader when \ yountjtters need coaxing to drink their milk ...and it't a pranc-winning treat, with or without fancy fixin'. when friends drop in of an evening! It't eaty to Mack on your pantry thelf...ttayt freth till you want it, in the vacuum-sealed tin—to stock up and keep it handy! Get Dromedary Date-Nut Roll at your neighborhood food store... today.' DATE-NUT ROU Made uilh criip, chunky ualnuii and the uorld'i rhoicesl dolts Aleeeajeyi •MMEOMT CNOMuntnrr ROLL .u 0IOMCDW OMNK-MT MU tfbKADY T0 SO* nJ52Li aijJererU^y" You know it's kosher because the label displays the (0) Cancer League to Hear Novel Read Hie Tumor Clinic. Kraus is president. December luncheon of the W'<>men's Cancer League 61 Miami Beach will be Friday noon al the Seville hotel. Mrs, Sidney Ohrbach is in charge of rett I .'lions. Mt*8. Paul D. Brombcrg. a mem ber <>1 Ike organization and vice president of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund v I !1 review her prc-publi.-hod nov•r. Scar Tissue.' based on experiences as a member of the prose cuting attorney's staff in Detroit. Mich. i Women'Cancer Leamie of Miami Beach, organized a year ago, with the coorperation of civic groups, citizens of (.renter Miami. and the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Beth Emeth Games Party Beih Emeth Sisterhood will have a games party Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nnrmnn Adler, 2u021 NW 13th ave. Admission is by donation for donor ere it. Hostesses for the Sisterhood Chanuka luncheon on Wednesday were Mesdames Milton B. resh, Alex Chernin, Max Greenberg, Jack Shane. Joseph Stern and Maxwell Weisblatt Damon Runyon Cancer Fund. raist 'I fund, to purchase a $50,000 Cobalt machine lor Ml. Sinai B(M pit.il. The machine, the latest in X ray therapy for cancer treatment. >wv#anttcally *wdr)tiit paSirrrH. as well as others in need of cobalt therapy. This year, fund-raising events will provide two beds tor indigent terminal canter patients at ML Sinai, at an approximate cost of Sin.000 per bed Members of the or ganization serve as volunteer-, in Jean's Candy Shoppe TCTALI A HAPPY CHANUKA! 212 Collins Ave. Phone JE 8-3551 Large Seedless Navel Oranges or mixed with Grapefruit $495 NATURAL CO10H Jtjfci*HALF BUSHEL J*LJjL JK 9 TREE RIPENED %  HALF BUSHEL Price Include s Express Shipm't. tast at Miss. Rfv. Frtt Orange Juice — Free Zombies Open Daily 9 A.M. 9 P.M.-Open Sunday 'til S Write or Phons for FREE CATALOGUE Write er Phone Far Frtt Calalogut el-Aire v V"t' %  FRUIT COMPANY INC. 752* N.W. 7th AVE.—PHONI PL 7 S432— FREE PARKIN6 MIMIE1 MIAUI-DADI COUNTY CHAMIII Of COMMfKI ION0I0 SHIWfl The genius of real Jewish Cooking! Now! 16 Delicious MANISGHEWITZ 8 BRAND NEW! The soups you've been asking for— wonderfully full-flavored, with long-simmered goodness. Brimming with garden vegetables, tempting spices, wholesome ingredients—all in rich, satisfying stock. LIMA BEAN • TOMATO VEGETARIAN VEGETABLE • BEAN • GREEN SPLIT PEA CHICKEN VEGETABLE • TOMATO AND RICE • LENTIL 8 IMPROVED FOR YOU! Everybody loves these family favor.tes—and now they're better than ever' Perfectly blended by the famous MANISCHEWITZ cooks—ready as fast as you can open, heat, serve — and every one delicious' MUSHROOM AND BARLEY • CHICKEN MATZO BALLS ^ N %fcr:i N „;r L K E A sH A c Hi s EN R s egc MANISGHEWITZ WmSBBJ THE B. MANISCHEWITZ CO. NEWARK. NEW JERSEY KOSHER —



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jy. December 9, l%o +Je*isti norictton reater Miami's Armed Services Program Page 15-D Continued from Pg* 5-0 ccletaiifi. ea>tfc. haliOay at^anftiunal event. Our agenda includes Thanksgiving parties, one sponsored by the Washington Federal jnd Savings and Loan Assn., at the Singapore hotel, with the Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood providing a musical program written by Trixie Levin. Another party is being sponsored by the Jewish Home for the Aged. There are also a number of Chanuka parties, the first one by the Men's Club of Temple Mcnorah, and by Rabbi. Mayer Abramowitz, of the Temple, who has appealed to all Men's Clubs to sponger eveats for Armed Services personnel. The major function to be sponsored by'the South Florida B'nai B'rith Council, its' second annual Chanuka party, will take place this year at the Algiers. There have been many wonderful people who have helped in our program. The committee has secured tickets for boxing matches, circuses, symphony concerts, forums, movies, and museum entry. There have been yachting parties sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Linick on their yacht. and the Americana and Carillon hotels have graciously entertained over a hundred servicemen in their hotels and at their shows. The Wolfie Cohens have entertained personnel at a Purim party, and will again sponsor a second Purim party. Our concentration must be focused now on Coral Gables Veterans Hospital. The committee needs male volunteers to visit the bedridden, to socialize and to work with them, and to make them feel as if they are wanted. Hyman Kam and his committee Y^hak Ben-Zvi (right). President of Israel, confers with Irving nlT?' Hy*"** l6ader f lhe World Fed^tion of YMHAs oMhlT. C0 1 T Un !! y Cen,erS OTd •"* !" P'?^. of the National Jew„h Welfare Board, during a recent^ to hHrael Among the subjects covered was the Jerusalem YMHA an affiliate of the World Federation. '• !" *uem YMHA. are whole-heartedly engaged in trying to develop a veterans visiting program. Traditionally, Chanuka, the Festival of Lights, should remind all of us to continue to focus on serving others, because by so doing, we bring out the best in ourselves. The Greater Miami committee is counting upon every individual, as well as upon every organization in the community, to do something this year for our Armed Services personnel. We should like organizations to give one function, either on the Homestead Base or at the organization locale, because the job of binding the serviceman and his family to our community is a job that requires that best efforts of organizations and of the individuals who make up these organizations. Chanuka: A Time for Heroism Continued from Page 7-D must be made attractive, respond warmly to a Jewish Maccabee. to tales of Israeli heroism, to valor generally. And Chanuka is the story of a valorous people at the peak of their heroism, a heroism clearly translated into modern terms. We have studied about the Maccabees, but we have lived through other Jewish heroisms, in recent, vivid and unforgettable years. This is why Chanuka is so important to us all SEASONS GREETINGS DANIA RIVERSIDE LAUNDRY & LINEN SERVICE 303 N. Federal Highway FR 7-4848 HOLIDAY GREETINGS HENRY'S CONTINENTAL TAILORING IMPORTED MATERIALS 25 Years Experience ALL HAND TAILORING MEN'S and WOMEN'S 26 NE 5th Street FR 3-9182 Between North Miami i, First Ave. CHANUKA GREETINGS TO ALL VERO BEACH ASSOCIATE, IMC IMI itiiri GREETINGS DELCHERS Republic C & F Van Lines WORLD WIDE or LOCAL MOVING REASONABLE STORAGE RATES OX 1-5951 or OX 1-3571 3870 E. 10th Court Hiereafa I 7-14 7* 4M Sf TMU KM. A. C. ALLYN & CO. 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Friday. December 9. I960 **nisftffar*#t*l Israel's Unique Artist Village of Ein Hod By GILBERTE ALTBAUER There's a small storm of fuel gas and dust still in the air as people clamber down from the bus that has brought them to a village high up in the Carmel Mountain Range. They are from Tel Aviv and have come to satisfy their curiosity about this "artists' village," as remote from them as it is to tourists who have tra\irsed seas and continents. Down below, past rocky wadis and olive groves, stretches the Mediterranean in a long blue strip that is a varying prism of colors from dawn to sunset. A quick refreshment at the cafe facing the village square, and they enter two large fluorescent-lit galleries where the work of the "villagers'' paintings, lithographs, woodcut?,, sculptures, ceramics, weavings, silver and copper handicrafts, clay pottery and wooden rirvings ar& on display. It is, the work of full-time artists and parttime artists, professionals and -amateurs. Of the 70 families inhabiting the village. 25 families have managed to establish themselves at Ein Hod on a year-round basis through the sale of their works. Others are weekenders earning their living in the cities, several among them as art teachers who recoup themselves physically and .spiritually from the overly civilized spin and limelight of Tel Aviv. The sales that rebound to them as a result of the village's reknown enable them to free themselves from a dependency on the city galleries, where a high commisi Mon charge of 30 to 40 per cent is I deducted from the price of a f3 pLhnr !" 'n 6 ^ ,hS mm !" l performance of the OrTrn Hone .u rches,ra in New York's Metropolitan SK K on the occasion oi the orchestra's seven-week £L n U9 J OU ,he J Uni,ed States. Above are (left to right) Samuel Rubin, president of the America-Israel Cultural FounfoSS' S £n nS H S ?H he U y r; u William Ma2er board chairman; former Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, of New York; and Adlai Stevenson. Below are Mrs. Golda Meir (center). Foreign Minister of Israel, congratulating Carlo Maria Giulini. musical director of the tour, as Mrs. Giulini (left) looks on. painting sold. Here at the village village fund towards building, regallery, the commission charge is P air n g and expansion of workonly 10 per cent and what is more, shops upkeep of gallerv etc the money is transferred into a Continued on Page 11-D BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA "Wo Educate for Successful Gracious living" SCHOOL NURSERY through HIGH SCHOOL 75-Foot Pool on Spacious, Beautiful Campus 1010 West Ave. Miami Beech JE 1-0606 "WHERE TO GET THEM" %  Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. • MARINE SUPPLIES • PAINTS and VARNISHES • rtSNINC TACKLE • NAUTK Al CM AITS • SHIPMATE ft WILLIS 1071119 6AS fREE PARKING and DELIVERY 139 S. Miami Avenue Phone FR 1-6654 BEST WISHES FILM SOI \ ENTER, inc. Complete Motion Picture Sound Recording Facilities 16mm -33mm Editing and Location Western Electric Eguipment 1833 Bay Rd, M. 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"•Jewish Floridian ie 33 — Number 50 Combining THE JfW/SH UHITY md THf JEWISH WEEKIY Miami, Florida. Friday. December 9, 1960 Five Sections — Price SI.00 fJxappu Q^havitha to *4ll (Happy Chanuka' These are the words that will EhVifiW* e, 0. ht ^y Festival of Lights, which begins ifh the kindling of the first Chanuka candle on Tuesday fvening, Dec. 13. For your reading enjoyment, The Jewish %  jor.dian this week offers many articles and features perEta*n,ng to the meaning of the holiday, its history, symbols *id traditions. See Sec. C, D, and E.) = # DOCUMENTS FIRST OF KIND *tone of Antiochus Uncovered UAR Mission to Moscow May Tip New Arms Race tRUSALEM — e articles citing Lichfollowing a luncheon. Some 500 mann as saying he had no regrets 1 persons are expected to attend the for his role in the execution of '20th anniversary weekend gather-16.000.000 European Jew* and that i* | even if 10.000.000 had been killed, he would simply have regarded this as destruction of the enemy. Among items on the agenda of the Sunday business sessions will be a three-man panel, led by Leo Continued on Page 2-A Immigrant Son Named to Cabinet WASHlNGTON--Abraham Ribicoff, the son of poor Jewish | he had a chance to win he spoke .•.--:-.Governor of Connect!l o t himself as a symbol of the igrants who rose to become the first Jewish The attorney said he planned to ask Eichmann's brother, Robert, who lives in Linz, Austria, whether the memoirs were genuine and added that if he was so informed, "I will give up the defense on the spot." The journalist, who tape recorded in Argentina the confessions published in Life, is a Dutchman who :e J.p toVesidcnt elect John F. Kennedys Cabinet "American dream." It was a speech urned Nazi who was sentenced to rut, was named last week to rresiaeni win JU. I B D nkpn in Humilitv and in faith and 1 J„U,I. r„, ,.,„. „ r im.. in Reliuni. I. Minister of Health, Education and Welfare. ^^^^^ 60V. AMMAMAM KIBICOff He is the first Jewish member ot the Cabinet since Henry Morgenthau Jr. served under Franklin D. Roosevelt. Toward the end of his first campaign for Governor of Connecticut, which few besides himself thought Motion of Immigrants Read "A Nation of Immigrants." by John F. Kennedy. Part II, on Page IE of this week's Jewish Floridian. spoken in humility and in faith ancr^^, for war t r j m ,. s j n Belgium, it captured the respect of his lis" an() w ., 0 ls now un der indictment tenon throughout the state. for war fr j mc s j n Holland, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency established The dream, he fold the voters, was that "any boy, no matter what his economic, social or reContinued on Page 15-A this week. It was learned through Dutch Continued on Page 8-A



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(Harry) HARRISON 2945 Nl 2nd AVE. Miami Ph. FR 1-3806 A Happy Chanuka to All J. BUCHBINDER CLOVER FARM PRODUCTS, INC. 184 NW 25th ST. Phone FR 9-3695 Happy Holiday to All from LODE'S ITALIAN FOOD CENTER 13023 NW 7th AVE. Phone MU 5-2901 HAPPY CHANUKA!" SVRlUllfi .DKUCATKSSEX .IN SUNIIANO SMOPP-NG CENtrP: 11525 So. Oixie Hi-Way Sooth Miami Phone CE 5-3122 GREETINGS! I lih ST. I AHUM BAZAAR 1367 N. Miami Avo. FR 7-1315 • FR 9-6791 Monday to Saturday 8 AM to 5 P.M. M1IMTTY IIAIIIO SIMM* Wishes Our Patrons a Happy Holiday 3 Month Guarantee on Work Done By Us! 9713 NE 2nd AVE. Phone PI 77615 To All A Most Happy Chanuka CHARLES W. MALE. SR COMMERCIAL IHSURAMCt CO. of Newer*, MJ. 2012 Pone* do Loon Blvd. Coral Gables The Spinning Light of the Chanuka Dreidl By BEN NATHAN There is apparently a persistent record ol every discreel unil ol matWi—*% %  -recording is tiled, or indexed, in light-glyphs Instead ..1 phot.ior lingerprints. A lignt„lvpli is just that a htic tracing, a little flafh, a little frequency, like what shoots through the eyeball when yeti squeeze it. The most common example of this recording is the example of cele* tial geography. It ki possible to assume that all di-ercei units of matter emanate light and that this light, our own earth's light. Is perceivable if not on earth by earthlings than from the Other >nle by observing nonlings, inch .is angels, or demons, or even God. in short, long after we RM de.nl. like the lUri perceived long after they have ihed their material eoa'.s. we are perceived. The recorder tracer, the light glyph, remains as it travels through the worlds, always ob.-. i \ able, moving in time, through time, past time to the place whence it originated, the creation point — where the threads are separated, the light of illusion from the light of truth. Light is indestructible, it would therefore seem. One cannot extinguish it. But it can be withdrawn. The pupil of the eyeball Of Jehovah can suck it back Ugly things, things that will not give the light aperture — such as the present world — can divert or repel light, armouring it away. But that is not destruction. That is merely circuit jamming. That's merely getting in the way of the direction of the light, and getting in the way in general. The paths of the light after all have certain targets. They have, in short, a place to go. CHANUKA GREETINGS MELROSE GLASS COMPANY Safety & Plain Auto Glass Mirrors. Table Tops and Resilvering Telephone NE 4-9031 3734 N.W. 36th Street Miami. Florida A Happy Chanuka to All Our Many Friends and Patrons RIVIERA PHARMACY 472* LE JIUNt ROAD Phone MO 1-S321 trees! lieacmaa, Prep. MiiTINCI ENFIELD'S CAMERA SHOP S03 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 1 3451 133* DISCATNE R0ULEVAR0 Phone FR 3-7676 TO ALL GREETINGS FLORIDA AUTO RADIATOR CO. FREE PICK-UP A DELIVERY ALL WORK GUARANTEED Charlie Chapman-AI Payne 1381 N.W. 54th Street Phono PI 1-2539 Rabbi Harry Kaplan (left). B'nai B'rith Hillel director at Ohio State University for the past 25 years, is honored lor his long tenure of service to Jewish undergraduates at a dinner meeting of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Commission. Dr. William Haber. Commission chairman, leads tribute of colleagues and friends who attended the recent testimonial aftaif. Likely they have an obstacle course as well — all the bad stubborn things that will not admit the light, won't let it come through and therefore sabotage the chedules oi light. An evil heart sabotages. A he sabotages. Injustices sabotage the schedule of light Stupidity particularly. 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JWV Criticizes Arab Election Reporter

i
EN GURION: "You deserve Hi* death penalty, because you
killed ilx million Jew*".
EICHMANN; "There are many who say I deserve the death
penalty because I didn't manage to kill the rest".
"Al-Anwar", Beirut daily, 9 June I960
Gurion, Goldmann Continue
Battle Over Zionist Future
Continued from Page 1-A
Icould not voice his opposition to
It he ipni-t- movement in a way
Iv h i'c h could be interpreted as
It'iough.jhe |poke lor the Israel
|<.iivcrmnent. -if
A r*ne*?d attack on the world
loniet movement was made here
by Prime Minister Ben Gurion,
bpeaking1 at a luncheon of editors
Df t^ie Israeli press. He claimed
that increasing immigration from
|he I'njted States into Israel could
be expected if the "so-called Zion-
lt Organization" would not inter-
fere.
The "insistence" of the Zionist
organization that Zionism need
not necessarily entail" settlement
in Israel, was to seme extent dis-
turbing to Allyah, the Prime
Minister said. He asserted that if
the right methods were used,
there were ways to reach Jewish
youth in the United States which
would, he said, readily come to
Israel for permanent settlement.
He instisted that Zionism meant
settling in Israel, adding that
"this is real Zionism."
Replying to questions about the
prospects of an Israeli-Arab accord
and for mediation possibilities, Mr.
Ben-Gurion said that as long as the
United Arab Republic was not
ready to negotiate with Israel,
there was no use for mediation.
Recalling that previous attempts
to mediate had been made by a
"personality," whom he did not
name, the Prime Minister added
that unless peace was made with
the strongest Arab state, the
United Arab Republic, "ihere can
be no peace with the smaller Arab
states."
On the West German-Israeli re-
lation- question, he said that
neither in his meeting in the United
States with Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer, nor in his recent meet-
ing with Mayor Willy Brandt, of
West Berlin,, were such relations
mentioned.
By Special Report
| WASHINGTON A Lebanese
fjibli^her, whose paper carried a
gr^i"ff" i'liif''"f* ttMlvBvuaaCrj-
tapoleader Adolf Eichmann's sin
was in his failure to have killed the
remainder of world Jewry, was the
subject of an inquiry addressed to
trie State Department here because
of a reported invitation to him by
the United States Government to
olserve the recent elcc'iions.
National commander I. L. Feucr,
of the Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A., asked Secretary of State
Christian Hcrter to explain the in-
vitation, since this publisher is one
of the Arab world's most notorious
anti-Jewish and pro-Nazi propa-
gandists. The publisher is Said
Freiha, owner and editor of the
Beirut daily newspaper, Al-Anwar.
The JWV referred the State De-
partment to a repsrf in the Oct.
18 edition of El-Amal, of Beirut,
reporting the invitation extend-
ed to Freiha by the U.S. as an
honor.
Feuer said that he was enclosing
a cartoon from Freiha's paper,
carrying a cartoon typical of the
material Freiha publishes in Al
Anwar.
The cartoon depicts Premier Ben-
Gurion of Israel confronting Nazi
war criminal Adolf Eichmann, with
Ben-Gurion saying: "You deserve
the death penalty because you kill-
ed six million Jews," and Eich-
mann replying: "There are many
who say I deserve the death pen-
alty because I didn't manage to
kill the rest."
The JWV national commander
said that "it is fair to assume that
the American Embassy in Beirut
has knowledge of what is published
by the publishers singled out for in-
vitations to America."
Feuer told the State Department
the recent election "revealed a
more than adequate number of
bigots in this country without im-
porting foreign bigots to be guests
at the expense of the American tax-
payer."
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Chanuka celebration will be pre-
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munity Singers on Sunday evening,
Dec. 18, in the auditorium of the
new Miami Beach Senior High
School.
Chanuka candles will be lit, ac-
companied by narration and songs.
The Community Singers will also
present a cantata for chorus and
soloists, "The Maccabees." Music
is by Sonny Vales. Featured will
be'Yolanda Roth,, soprano; Tom
McAllister, tenor; and Alex Bauer,
basso. Narration wili be by Boris
Pritcher.
Performance is staged by Ben
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garet Yomen accompanying at the
piano.
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He demanded a full explana-
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was further aggravated by the
fact that the invitation was ex-
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League further displayed its con-
tempt for the American flag by
barring three additional ships, the
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Friday, December 9. I960 into the room reserved for -generals only." Ex-Ser 8 eant Edward rjohn, one of the American servicemen' who remained in France after World War I, was Pershing's war-time orderly. Whenever Pershing came to France after the war, he and Cohn got together and fought the war all over again. Despite the difference in rank, a genuine friendship grew up between the two men. Sgt. Harry Epstein, a former New Yorker who settled in Arizona, was Pershing's wartime mess sergeant. Up to World War II. Gen. Pershing had under his command the largest body of Jewish soldiers of all time. Serving under him in France during World War I were more than 150,000 American Jews whose religious and morale needs brought into being the National Jewish Welfare Board in 1917. I Responding to a Rosh Hashona greeting in 1917 from Col Harry Cutler, then president of JWB, Pershing cabled these words! "The stirring message of greetings from the National Jewish Welfare Board is much appreciated by the American Expeditionary Forces. The constant support and cordial assistance of our brothers of the Jewish faith and the thought that all creeds are united under one banner gives courage to our Army and urges us on to victory." At Jhe close of World War I, in an of/ieial message to Col. Cutler, Cen. Perching expressed to JWB his praise for "the splendid services" American Jewry bad rendered through JWB to the AEF. In that message, Pershing said "the activities of your organization in France commenced in the summer of 1918, with the opening of a clubroom in Paris to which American soldiers, irrespective of creed, were welcomed. Handicapped by lack of personneh and facilities, your representatives, during the remaining Jewish ftcridirtr Page 9-C WHEREVER THEY GO! Welter* L^JT ,sl \* ganiZa,1 ns 0n local Na,ional ^wish wSrStfX* 522? ? erV1C6S Commi,,ees work hand-in-hand U? "SO throughout the year, which operates 207 units in the US. andI 22 overseas. JWB is involved in the overseas proKa^nafzor 11 '' ^^ "^ "^ *"* and months of hostilities, did valuable work among the soldiers of the Jewish faith and others, taking advantage of the opportunities offered by the larger welfare agencies to keep our soldiers in touch with their religion and their homes. "Since the signing of the armistice you have grasped the opportunity for increased recreational facilities, and have increased your personnel, opened additional club rooms at important centers, and shown a commendable eagerness to cooperate with the Army and the other welfare societies and to bear your full share of the responsibility for keeping up this important work until all troops can be returned to America." Pershing's appraisal of the Jewish fighting men under his command and his vigorous support of Jewish reconstruction in postWorld War I Europe were expressed in a now forgotten speech he made on Dec. 5, 1926 before a great meeting of Catholics, Protestants and Jews in New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Continued en Pag* 1S-C BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON GRANT WHIGHAM NURSERY .. &f >,*^ %  • • • COMPLETE LANDSCAPING •• BULLDOZER RENTAL : j Uk 10015 SW 28th STRtET MIAMI MIAMI Phone CA 1-8403 HOLIDAY GREETINGS GOLD COAST TREE SERVICE :"NO JOB TOO LARGE OR SMALL" ALL WORK GUARANTEED LICENSED AND INSURED FREE ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATION Manager • Pete Pinion 1334 NW 43rd ST. NF. 5-8705 To All Greetings Barco Chemical Division, inc. • WHOLESALE • INDUSTRIAL 7760 NE 4rh COURT M4*S*3 Happy Holiday to All! iiovro\ Beauty Salon (DOROTHY IEFFINGWEU. Prop.) •52 Ali Babe Ave. MU 8-4531 Op.e. A.M. lo 5:90 P.M. EVES by APPT. 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Page 14-E ftJMfH FhtrHitr W. German President Visits Cologne Jews COLOGNE—(JTA)—President Heinrich I.uebke, of the West Cer man Federal Republic, visited the Cologne Jewish community recenlh 1 resident I.uebke, who was received by Rabbi Zvi Azarya and Jewish communal leaders, placed a wreath in the memorial hall for the victims of the Nazi terror. The President's visit coincided with the issuance of the first issue ol a quarterly "Germania Judaica" bulletin by the Cologne Library tor the History of German Jewry. The library, dedicated to the "preservation of German-Jewish history and to the recapture of the Jewish contributions to German culture.'' was founded in June. 1958 by two young Catholic writers, Heinrich Boell and Paul Schallueck. "W art concerned about historical reality and not so much about superficial political manifestations, because we realize that the harm the persecutions of the Jews has done is too deep to be overcome by mere declarations," the editors wrote In the first issue. "Only the whole trtth, no matter how horrible it may be, can aid us in reestablishing contact with the Jews." The scientific board of the li brary met here reeen:l> to d plans I i arch and tor estabTwo Rio Jews Elected to State Legislature in Brazil Contest RIO DE JANEHtO — (JTA !>' %  Gerson Berger, presl i nl ol the Zionist Organization of Rio de Ji neiro. and another Jew. ISilbert, have been elected to the legislature of the State oi Guana bara, according to recent balloting tabulations completed here. Rio de Janeiro is in Guanabara The complete national election results show that the pro-Nazi In tegralista Party polled only 26.0(H) votes in the entire country, and failed to elect any candidates to the national legislature. The Federation of Brazilian Jewish Communities formally congratulated the newly chosen President, Janio Quadros, upon his election. Quadros was accused by Communists, during the bitter election campaign, of being anti-Semitic. He reje ted t h e accusations, backing II up with announcement! ilia! he woul.i continue Brazil's tra ditional friend!) policy toward Is rael. The outgoing President. Jusee lino Kubitscbek, has announcet that he plans M vigil Israel MOT after he leaves olfice. Greetings for a Happy Chanuka frcn AL SMIK'S PAINT STORE 12470 NE 7th AVENUE PI 4-5383 FREE A stimulating guide for youngsters and adults on the customs, traditions and observante* of Judaism. finance Officers Promoted Six promotions were announced this week by Washington Federal Savings an,I Loan Assn of .Miami' Reach Elevated to sice presidents were Abraham Grunhut. Barbara Kingsley, and Seymour Teitelbaum. Named assistant vice president were Joseph I. Goodman, Louis J. Orloff. and Samuel GiUott. 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He urged the commis sion to devise new curricula for the German Schools, with particular emphasis on "the disastrous effects of the Nazi totalitarian system and the persecution of the Jews The West Berlin Jewish comminify began a week-long series of events commemorating the Crystal Night pogroms on Nov. 9, 1938 when synagogues and Jewish homes and shops throughout Germany were looted and burned. At ceremonies at the Community House, Sen. Joachim Lipscritz and Heinz Calinski, chairman of the Jewish community, recalled the events of 1938. A literal*) and musical program marking Crystal Nigh) \'...> held by the Wesl Berlin V/llmersdorl office for Art of the Senate A memorial tablet lor the victims ol 1933-1945 was unveiled at West Berlin's Dorfaue near Teltowor Damm. An es hibition by Israeli painters is being held at the Jewish Community House in West Berlin and will run until Dec 15 About ISO Works by modern Israeli painters are on display. 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Page 1S-C *Jenisi> flcrkfian Friday, Decemby g, jgJ HletRopolitan, ameRica's Fastest gRowing majOR Bank, is most happy to extend chanukah gReetmgs to its many fRienos of the Jewish faith thRoughout south floRioa may the glow kmoleo By the chanukah lights at this festival season lighten the heaRts of all jewRy thRoughout the WORIO AJ. Harris Chairman ol the Board Metropolitan Bank ol Miami G. Jamas Hufhas President. Metrooohtan Bank ol Miami etropolitan Hank IN THI HtART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI -r-~ 117 N.E FIRST AVfNUC • PHONE FR1-9641 M K HW MDtAi aisitvi UHIM • HMII Maos" iNweM


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+J**lstTk>rknan Page I3-A JWV Criticizes Arab Election Reporter %  i %  EN GURION: "You deserve Hi* death penalty, because you killed ilx million Jew*". EICHMANN; "There are many who say I deserve the death penalty because I didn't manage to kill the rest". —"Al-Anwar", Beirut daily, 9 June I960 Gurion, Goldmann Continue Battle Over Zionist Future Continued from Page 1-A Icould not voice his opposition to It he £ipni-tmovement in a way Iv h i'c h could be interpreted as It'iough.jhe |poke lor the Israel |<.iivcrmnent. -if A r*ne*?d attack on the world loniet movement was made here by Prime Minister Ben Gurion, bpeaking 1 at a luncheon of editors Df t^ie Israeli press. He claimed that increasing immigration from |he I'njted States into Israel could be expected if the "so-called Zionlt Organization" would not interfere. The "insistence" of the Zionist organization that Zionism need not necessarily entail" settlement in Israel, was to seme extent disturbing to Allyah, the Prime Minister said. He asserted that if the right methods were used, there were ways to reach Jewish youth in the United States which would, he said, readily come to Israel for permanent settlement. He instisted that Zionism meant settling in Israel, adding that "this is real Zionism." Replying to questions about the prospects of an Israeli-Arab accord and for mediation possibilities, Mr. Ben-Gurion said that as long as the United Arab Republic was not ready to negotiate with Israel, there was no use for mediation. Recalling that previous attempts to mediate had been made by a "personality," whom he did not name, the Prime Minister added that unless peace was made with the strongest Arab state, the United Arab Republic, "ihere can be no peace with the smaller Arab states." On the West German-Israeli relationquestion, he said that neither in his meeting in the United States with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, nor in his recent meeting with Mayor Willy Brandt, of West Berlin,, were such relations mentioned. By Special Report | WASHINGTON A Lebanese fjibli^her, whose paper carried a g !" r ^ i "ff" i'liif''"f* ttMl v £ B vu aa Crj%  tapoleader Adolf Eichmann's sin was in his failure to have killed the remainder of world Jewry, was the subject of an inquiry addressed to trie State Department here because of a reported invitation to him by the United States Government to olserve the recent elcc'iions. National commander I. L. Feucr, of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., asked Secretary of State Christian Hcrter to explain the invitation, since this publisher is one of the Arab world's most notorious anti-Jewish and pro-Nazi propagandists. The publisher is Said Freiha, owner and editor of the Beirut daily newspaper, Al-Anwar. The JWV referred the State Department to a repsrf in the Oct. 18 edition of El-Amal, of Beirut, reporting the invitation extended to Freiha by the U.S. as an honor. Feuer said that he was enclosing a cartoon from Freiha's paper, carrying a cartoon typical of the material Freiha publishes in Al Anwar. The cartoon depicts Premier BenGurion of Israel confronting Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann, with Ben-Gurion saying: "You deserve the death penalty because you killed six million Jews," and Eichmann replying: "There are many who say I deserve the death penalty because I didn't manage to kill the rest." The JWV national commander said that "it is fair to assume that the American Embassy in Beirut has knowledge of what is published by the publishers singled out for invitations to America." 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Friday. December 9, i960 Noted Zionist Eyes Celebration Of Herzl's Birth NEW YORK (JTA) Dr. The odor Herri, "father" of political Zionism, was probably the only intellectual of his time who had correctly appraised the plight of European Jewry 60 years ago, Dr. Abba Silver, American Zionist leader, declared here recently as he addressed th.e Herzl Centennial Celebration held at Carnegie Hall. The celebration, attended by more than 1.500 people, marked the climax of the thiee-day National Assembly of American Zionists. "Dr. Bend knew that anti-Semit ism would not subside in Europe, that the Jewish people could not be assimilated, and that grantin-: the Jev.s political equality would not reach the heart of the problem, nor would there be any solution iii emigration from one country to an other," Rabbi Silver said. Th* solution that Dr. Henl discovorod. Rabbi Stiver said, was the astablishmant of tha Jewish State, legally reeogniied. Dr. Silver also emphasized that Dr. Henl imbued Jews with the spirit of self-reliance. This meanl reliance, "not on the philanthropists, r.cl on the notables, not on the few, but on the whole of the Jewish people itself," Rabbi Silver .said. He pointed out that the Jewish people "had never put its knowledge ol that lesson to better use than in its accomplishment of the t.isk of building a state from scratch, setting up a new government and the orderly processes of life in the face of hostile neighbors 1 bent upen belligerency by the boy-1 coll and blockade, in absorbing un-, selected immigrants from all parts' of the globe and in maintaining an adequate economy with the most meager natural resource^' ^JewisiifhridHair Z TovalfejSK ta,l0n ( K k P aCe at an i formal 'ocepfioJlor r r yal cou P le durin 9 Iheu recent visit to New York qiven bv go Overseas Press Club. The letters, owned by the Morris b ah?) fooks n 'J b M g -M Washina10n D -C Mrs. Morjenslern hat h£bSo" Mr -, Mor 9 e 'n ^Plains to King Frederick that this letter is an eloquent expression of American freedom and religious harmony, a classic statement of the American Page 9-E TO ALL GREETINGS FLANDERS TRADING POST NEW and USED Clubs-Bags-Balls-Carts JP BUY SELL TRADE 5450 NW 27th Ave. Ph NE 5 2017 "It Is Our Pleasure to do Business with You" A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL CAFE "IDEAL" Wholesale Roasted & Ground Coffee 731 West Flagler Street FR 4-7903 TO ALL GREETINGS WAGON WHEEL Sportswear FOR WOMEN WHO CARE 11417 S. Dixie Hwy. CE 5-1143 (Suniland Shopping Center) 3498 Main Hwy. HI 4-1991 (Next to Playhouse Theatre) Coconut Grove BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS REGAL SHELL SERVICE >. EXPERT MECHANICAL WORK MO 7-9180 MO 7-0701 6480 So. Dixie Hwy. 9330 So. Dixie Hwy. I r n ~ M. B. CONSTRUCTION COMPANY %  Specialist in New Construction r "It Is Our Pleasure tofiiye Yofc Free Estimates" Quality Materials WfM Workmanship Holiday Greetings to All MAGLE TREE SURGEONS PLANT, TRIM, SPRAY or REMOVE 2230 SW 57th Court MO 1-5938 I HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS UNIVERSITY CABS CORAL GABLES ^4~ Phone HI 4-1616 %  701 Ni. 1374 Street PL 4-2061 %  CECIL and LOUISE of the FRIENDLY SPOT RESTAURANT WISH All IHEI* FRIENDS A HAPPY CHANUKA 2175 NW 12th AVMMM %  MM 0ade Federal t/Av.'NGs u-j LOAN ASSOCIATION <>• M;a/w. % 



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lay, December 9, I960 Nr 4 %  reft to right are Mrs. Lillian Perlman. fund-raising vice presfcent. Mrs. Fred Jonas, president, and Mrs. Inez Krensky "HWay" coordinator, as they plan for the Henrietta Szold Centennial to be celebrated by the 4,000 Hadassah members of the Miami Beach chapter on Monday, Dec. 19. They are displaying a scroll, on which will be inscribed the names of those ^embers who contribute to the new Hadassah-Hebrew UniverKty Medical Center. +Jenist> fhrliiir Club Offers Music Program A musical program will be presented at the Barcelona hotel Monday evening by the Empire State Cli>h of Fiorina. Louis Gold will be program chairman. Program will feature Joyce Farber, lyric coloratura. Esther Barrett, concert pionist, and Estelle Hoberman, Israeli dancer. Joyce Farber will sing a medley of musical comedy, operatic and folk tunes. She has sung with the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, Surfside Music Society, and appeared in "Guys and Dolls," ••Oklahoma." and "Most Happy Fella." Esther Barrett will perform the "Fantasy Impromptu" of Chopin. She has appeared on radio, television, and with the Surfside Music Society and Ladislao Vaida Operetta group. Estelle Hoberman has appeared with Ben Yomen Sinqors. Surfside Music Society, Miami Beach Music Page 5-B Pioneer Women to /Meet Pioneer Women's Club Tikva will hold a Chanuka celebration on Sunday, 2:30 p.m., at the home of Mc jnd Mrs. Nat Wagjjer. i5 SYV 14th st., Miami. Prosram trill feature the latest Israeli movie, and Mrs. Betty Herman, recently returned from Israel, will discuss her trip Mrs. Wagner is president of Club Tikvah. HOME FOR SALE WAIK lo Temple or Miracle Mile from this modern home, with Florida Room, on 75' lot. Only $17,500. Monthly payments $104. See 25 Seville Avenue, or call Broker, HI 4 738! tSTCUt HOBIRMAN and Arts League, and Miami Beach Recreation Department. CANTOR-TEACHER Seeks affiliation with Conservative Congregation. Exp. all Phases, accomplished musical director, trained Hebrew 4 Sunday School Teacher, Torah Reader. Call HI 6-6827. in p.m. Mw-Fmm. the makers of Wine comes the... &1002 Golden Cora Oil! In your grocer's frozen food case! Certified Kosher! .1 %  V4 ~~& ''^^A^BW* 1 ^*' ....-A Delicious flavor like the sweet high-priced spread 1 •f% No salt added-wonderful for low-salt diets I A Fresh-Frozen-yet so smooth and easy to spread! ii Fldschmann s Margarine was the first to bring your farmly the benefits dF 100* golden com oil, with the lightly salted flavor that millions en.oy! Now. F> e '" hman cho has perfected a new unsalted margarine for people on low-sodum, dteto,^and those who simply prefer the flavor d an unsalted spread. Its new Fleachmann. Sweet (Unsalted) Margarine, also made from 100% golden corn ou. Smooth, Frosh Flavor Prosorvod by Exclosivo Frosh-Froxon Procossl This new onsalted margarine ha, light, fresh flavor youll loveAnd because£ contarn.'no salt, a natural preservative. It's Fresh-Frozen for flavor protects It. frozen u soon as it's made to keep it always fresh and pure. Although this new margarine comes to you frozen, you serve It as any other table spread. Just keep the quarter you're using in your sdrigerator, and store the remainder in your freezer. Choose Hi* one that suits Your Taste! Remember-if you prefer the flavor of an unsalted table spread, or if you want less salt in your diet, get new Fleischmann's Sweet (Unsalted) Margarine. Look for the bright green foil package in your grocer's frozen food case. Or, if you prefer your margarine lightly salted, get famous Fleischmann's Margarine in the familiar golden foil package in your grocer's refrigerated case. Ask your doctor about the many nutritional benefits of both... M^SC^TTLdTlTtS com OIL MARGARINES



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Friday, December 9. I960 +Jmlsti FkrId/an Page 11-D Israel's Unique Artist Village of Ein Hod Continued from Pag* 3-D AiMnlerestinr %  feature, tn-on trast to the conception of the Boiitiry artist an/ exception to it, are the husband and wife teams. There are the Peters—Mr. Petefs working silver jewelry, his wife, ceramics. He ingeniously incorporates the glazed arid decorated ceramic pieces made by Mrs. Peters into the necklaces, pins and rings he fashions. Another husband and wife team, Itzhad Marrtbush and Aviva Margalith. the latter a well-known painter, jointly work their ceramic pottery, dishes, ash trays and jewelry. The mother of a six-year old girl, Naomi Berman, and her philosophy-inclined husband, too, form a team despite the fact he is outside the artistic arena. When we sar-speaking about the purpose of Ein Hod. the young sculptress sounded confused, her husband, in bis analytical way. much more probing and closer to the truth. But when I looked at two sculptured heads, a few minutes later, poised on a ledge on their veranda, I saw a coherent piece of work and the young woman*s explanation, too, grew concrete. She had taken two blocks of local stone, each with its particular grain, color and hardness, and with her tools had caned out faces that both expressed her person and the "personality of the stone. Artistic communities are to be found in the big metropolises of the world's capitals, in fishing villages such as Italy's Mapri. on islands like Majorca and MykeInos, providing the artist with a Iretreat in which to create amidst Impresario S. Hurok, manager of the seven-week tour of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, shown with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Kaplan, guests of honor at a ball at the Hotel Astor in New York City, following the orchestra's inaugural performance at the Metropolitan Opera House. natural surroundings of beauty. When Marcel Janco chanced upon the deserted Arab village of Ein Hod in 1953 on an inspection tour of the region as a planning architect, he was captivated by the beauty of the site, and a bold idea began to take shape with him. Here would be the spot to gather Israel artists into a community where each artist working and aiming at his self-expression would ultimately contribute to the development of a folk art. The Chinese, Japanese, Incas. Aztecs had shown the world an art distinctly national, born out of their cultural heritage — why not Israel in its present national and political rebirth after 2.000 years? A founder of the "Dada" movement in Zurich in 1916. Janco transplanted to Israel was filled with a new missionary zeal and proceeded to enlist the help of other artists and winning over Haifa's mayor, Abba Khoushy, to the plan, began to devote himself to the problems at hand, namely reconstructing the village threatening to fall into total ruins, obtaining for it water, electricity and new roads. Rather than razing the village and putting a wholly new face to the place, the job in great part involved reconstruction and restoration. Many living there nowswept, painted and hammered what was half debris into livable quarters. So, today, Ein Hod has the quaintness, the romance of the past as old as the hills around it, and the basic requisites of modern life dispensed with by its former Arab tenants. The Arab thick-walled dwellings stand reinContinvad on Pq 16 D SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR. CHIEF OF POLICE MIAMI. FLORIDA DANNY'S AUTO SERVICE Automatic Transmissions Our Specialty OVERHAUL PARTS AND LABOR BODY WORK AND EXPERT PAINTING SE HABLA ESPANOL 3765 N.W. 79th Street OX 1-8632 TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS RE* COACH GRILL 1455 Biicayne BW


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iaj. December 9. 1960 ^JmlsHhridtart Page 5-C pay in the valley of the shadow death? Could we ever again the flag? Would we know ow to save the nation, to liberate (Is land, to give it a state, freein, honor? Thus we posed quesnF*t6"ourscIve in our orphan lood. But — and in this there emerged e Immeasurable loftiness of his -ature—for forty years Jabotinsky Iky had labored, raised up guided, Established and fashioned a generation of successors, of those ho would accomplish according > his vision — that of a militant eliever, a dissident rebel. Tragic Personality Thus, he fashioned the generalion of those who would follow, not only through the richness of his thoughts, with the fruit of his pen and the words of his mouth, but. principally, by the example M his life. And therefore, in spite _of the death of the man of hope (in those days of destruction and Isubjugation, hope was not lost, Ibut the deed was accomplished [according to his command, [through the inspiration of his spirit — that deed of liberation and redemption, in war, in faith, in dis[sidence and redeeming rebellion. There are those who say and [those who write — even today — [that Ze'ev Jabotinsky was a I -tragic personality." What lack of understanding this implies i concerning the processes of his[tory and the tasks of those who I set them in motion. Was Mazzini, father of the Italian vision of liberation and unity who, with every fibre of his being, opposed •the regime which was set up in his liberated country, a tragic figure? Was Garibaldi, who almost all the days of his life fought for the liberation of bis Motherland from the foreign yoke, and ended his life on a small island as a lonely and deserted man a tragic figure? Was Lincoln, who went into an action that revolted his soul civil war only to fall victim to an assassin's bullet after he had proclaimed the liberation of the slaves, a tragic figure? Ev e ry on e of Mazzini's pleas W hncwn by the children flfltaly, and they will be known by their children's children for all generations. Every one of Garibaldi's orders, from the days of the besieged Roman Republic until the sailing of approximately 1.000 volunteers in two shattered vessels past Marsala and Palermo to eternity, are known and will be remembered' by the sons of Italy throughout all their generations. And every sentence of the Gettysburg address is engraved not only on tablets of marble, but on the tablets of the hearts of the citizens of America. And like them, so Jabotinsky is to us, to our people. Like Mazzini. bearer of the vision of freedom: like Garibaldi, fighter for freedom; like Lincoln, the man who abolished slavery. He is no tragic personality. He is an eternal and conquering personality. He suffered, was afflicted and fell before his eyes could see the first fruits of our redemption. But he lives and is victorious. And every one of his deeds and every one of the fundamentals of his doctrine will be known to the children of Israel from generation to generation, and they will still be studied and taught by the children of Israel throughout their generations. For "veritas vincit," truth conquers. There is no power that can halt its march. The man whose deeds and achievements are these — the Legion, the vision of the Hebrew State which he preached despite all who opposed and rejected it, the idea of the Hebrew Army, which he cherished and which came to the realization, despite all those who scorned and mocked; a liberating revolt which paved the way to redemption for the nation — a man who acted thus and taught thus, what has he in common with the "tragedy" which some are seeking to ascribe to him? Victory of Truth The tragedy of his epoch is not Jabotinsky's, but of the people who did not hear the voice of the prophet of truth, and who went — and not for the first time in their history — after the false prophets, and paid a price so bloody that even their previous suffering satuated history had not known the like of it. The tragedy is of those lost and misleading leaders, who made us — after a terrible tragic delay — of fragments of his ideas, segments or his thought, but even today are not ready to acknowledge their origin, but are trying to turn the copy into the original. But will it avail them? For there is nothing more certain, more real, eventually, than the victory of truth. And, apart from Herzl, is there anyone else in our age who has gone to his eternal rest and is yet living a full spiritual life, a revivifying life, like Ze'ev Jabotinsky? Yes, it is true. At the beginning of the revolt, 1 said to a dear friend that when 1 gave the order it was as if I heard the voice of Rosh Betar commanding me to give it; and that is how we all felt — as if he had said to us — "Arise sons of my dreams and my pupils. Fight for our people and our country." Under his guidance, even after his death, we carried out the revolt. And he continues to live. As a writer lives not only in his writings but especially in those who read them, so the teacher lives not only in his doctrine but in his pupils who achieve it. who bear it aloft, who believe in its complete fulfillment, who are faithful to him unconditionally and unreservedly. ——, SEASON'S GREETINGS DADDY'S RESTAURANT and SANDWICH SHOP 329 Miracle Mile HI 3-0433 "Coral Gables Newest Eating & Meeting Place' SERVING BREAKFAST IUNCH DINNER SUPPER SNACKS Happy Holiday...to All Our Friends! EASTERN AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone HI 3-4242 Best Wishes from PEE WEE BOTTLING CO. 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Page 14-C Mewffft Rcricfiir Friday, December 9, iggn TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA CONTINENTAL CARTON CO., INC. FOLDING PAPERBOARD BOXES 7249 N.W. 36th COURT OX 1-7900 To All... Chanuka Greetings NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES MAIN OFFICE 151 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 4-1601 Huntingtcn Medical Bldg. Branches: Fort Lauderdale To All.. .A Most Happy Chanuka W. VALENTINE COMPANY WHOLESALE ONLY Phone FR 3-4601 GREETINGS... HoaKfr Company, Im*. Fue and Casualty Insurance Ho utter Realty to.. Inc. Real Estate — Property Management Florida Bond and Mortgage Co. Mortgage Loans & Investments 616 SW 12th AVENUE. 2534 N. Federal Hwv Ft. Lauderdale Dial FR 34631 Ft.. LO 6-284S To All... Chanuka Greetings LITTLE RIVER RECREATION POOL SNOOKER WHERE ALL SPORTS MEET JIMMY ROBINSON 351 N.E. 79th Street PL 4-5314 TO ALL GREETINGS THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. GENERAL INSURANCE II. II. WOODSMALL, JR. 6t2 N.E. 124th St. North Miami Phone PL 4-0*15 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Li:*;** I.AH\ MOWER the tame that was given tO MOSM our I eat -her. peace be unto him. e I believe with perfect laith that this Law will not be changed and tha: there will never be any other law from the Creator, blessed be His Name. e I believe with perlect faith that the t'realor. blessed be His Name, know 1 every deed of the children of men and all their thoughts, as it is said, it is He that fashioneth the hearts of them all that giveth heed to all their deeds. e I believe with perfect faith that the Creator, blessed be Hi! Name, rewards those that keep his commandments and punishes those that transgress them • I believe with perfect laith in the coming of the Messiah, and though He tarry. I will wait daily for His coming. • 1 believe with perfect faith that there will be a resurrection of the dead at the time when it shall please the Creator, blessed be His Name, and exalted be the remembrance of it for ever and ever Although 700 years have passed since their formulation, these 13 articles have lost nothing of their persuasive truth, and remain the most popular definition of Orthodox Judaism. They are either quoted or poetically paraphrased in our prayer books and recited to this day in many synagogues. They have formed the basis for many religious hymns such Is Yigdal Eloheem — "the living God we praise, exalt, adore ." a jubilant paean of the Creator's bounties. GREETINGS TQM DUPREE and SONS. INC. REAL ESTATE 1800 Bay Road Hieee JE 04224 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS HERBERT DIAMOND &C0. 1340 N.W. 27th Are. Miami 35. Florida Telephone NE 4^031 SEA SHELLS 4 FLOWER SUPPLIES HOLIDAY SPORTSWEAR HAPPY CHANUKA HOLIDAY TO ALL OUR FRIENDS 375 N.W. 23rd Street RLI' GREEN PLANT FOOD ON YOU* I AWN' Startling raaultt c.n b. obt ainad from tW r.ch plant lud which tonL.m mbtaralt that will h*r kaaa chinch bugs eu of yavr lawn SOLD EXCLUSIVELY 6Y HUGHES SlfO STOII 1 la $. Miami Avt Ph. Pt M773 Dr. Moshe Davis, renowned American Jewish scholar, discusses Jewish life in the United States with sludents at the Institute of Contemporary Jewry of the Hebrew University at Jerusalem. The Institute, established recently, fulfills Israel's need for documentary material on American Jewry, and contributes a cultural understanding to Israelis of their brethren abroad. A Miamian Helped Open Up Israel's New Diamond Industry Continued from Page 3 C cut, up to 1-4-carat each stone. At this time, there were approximately 150 factories and 6,000 workers in Palestine. At present the yearly export to the United States is approximately 60 million dollars and to Belgium and other countries, about 30 million dollars. Two-thirds of this amount represents cost of labor and one third of the rough diamonds, as the stones are small. This is vitally important to the finance and economy of the young State of Israel. When I walked through the streets of the industrial zone m Nathanya, and saw young boys and girls from Yemen, Morocco and Europe sitting and working with tiny stones to give them brilliance and beauty, my thoughts turned to an ancient Jewish legend told to me by my grandmother .. "In the far ruture. angels wdl sit on the shores of Sharon and will saw, cut and polish precious stones." And so. one more dream comes true. GREETINGS NICHOLS HOUSE OF UPHOLSTERY MARINE UPHOLSTERING AUTO CAR TOPS 1860-79th Street UN 5-7772 TREASURE ISLE, NORTH BAY VILLAGE To All a Most Happy Chanuka Miami Seal, Certificate & Stamp Co. Corporation Supplies — Rubber Stamps 936 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida FR 3-6327 A Happy Chanuka to the Jewish Community FLAGLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Donald Kaplan 8266 N.E. 2nd Avenue Marvin Haven Telephone PL 1-8613 TO ALL GREETINGS PARIS BUILDERS. INC. GENERAL CONTRACTING FREE ESTIMATES M0 64)366 7401 S.W. 69th Court Miami, Florida



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sasa assa Friday. December 9, i960 is not required to protect freedom from religion." or the rights of the irreligious. And according to others it means that: '• The toUjnust.* M n # ji OHIpletely neutral not only among the different religions but also between the religious and the irreligious. Proponents of each interpretation look for their sanction in various U.S. Supreme Court decisions on the subject. People who hold to the second interpretation %  usually cite these cases: Everson and McCollum: Until 1948, many released time classes were held in public classrooms. Then a court test was made of this practice in Champaign. 111., where released time classes were integrated with the school program, and held on school premises during school hours by teachers provided by the various religious denominations. In the McCollum Case, the Supreme Court struck down this practice. "Separation means separation, not something less (Separation) is one of the vital reliances of our Constitutional system for assuring unities among our people stronger than our diversities. It is the Court's duty to enforce this principle in iU full integrity," said the concurring opinion of Justice Felix Frankfurter. In the Everson Case, the Court said that "no tax in any amount, large or small, can be levied to rapport any religious activities or institutions, whatever they may be called, or whatever form they may adopt to e,ach or. practice religijm ..." The Everson Cace concerned the use of public funds to transport children to parochial schools. Zarach Case The supporters of released time interpret these decisions as narrowly as possible saying that all ^Jenistifhridriatf) Page 11-C bodv of Refa !" 1 A Amer,Ca Hebrew Congregations, parent timp Y rnLf .J UdaiSn ), ln ,he wes,ern hemisphere, prepare Dtecemln? wl,h miCr ,iln i f f recas,s for ^year 2*000 for fw? T ln v ne Wl ^" eXpanded Us,or y House of Living Judaon thP 2SI l?t Cl, y,/mong those who made predictions Sf rlfeinn n l h o,T^ d ,he P"P* <* Peace and vitality Tnvft M v 21 3 C 0 eD ^ ry Were Se n'ocob K oreSn • 7 J rk ^ bbi V awice N Eiwndrath. UAHAC pres.dent; and Max L. Koeppel. chairman of the building committee and development fund for American Judaism they do is bar religious classes on public school premises or bar the use of tax money for religious purposes. Zorach Case: Proponents of released time are more apt to quote this position of the Supreme Court. In the Zorach case, the Court found nothing at all wrong with a released time program in which children who elected to have religious education were allowed to leave early to go to religious classes off school premises. In the majority opinion, Justice William 0. Douglas noted that "we are a religious people whose institutions presuppose a Supreme Being." 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The experiences of the industrial city of Woonsocket, R.I., give an idea of the dimensions of the problem. Woonsocket's released time program formerly operated during the last hour of the school day, once a week. About 80 percent of Woonsocket is Catholic, about one percent Jewish, the rest Protestant. In-1956, Catholic leaders suggested a change. They noted that the first hour of the school day is educationally the most valuable: why not shift the Continued en Page 13-C BING TILB CO. 650 W. 18th St. JACK AUSTIN Happy Holiday Greetings to All To All Greetings ADLER'S BAKERY Order Now for that SPECIAL EVENT Parries • Weddings Birthdays 1043 W. FLAGLER ST. FR 1-7931 Season's Greetings JOE MCCARTNEY'S ATLANTIC SERVICE Complete Car Service WASH POLISH EXPERT LUBRICATION 71st ST. i 2nd AVE PL 7-9261 MORTON INSURANCE 7825 NE 2nd AVE. 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KtNMDY The Force That Drove Our Forbears Here Continued from Page 1-R ing with some nf thtPurttaiw "t Massachusi When that is laid, however, tha Uel itUl remain> that America has shown lh< greeted ajnount >>f religious tolerance and the highest degree of religiou* freedom of any nation in the modern world That is the important fact and it is due in very large measure to the variety of religious denominations brought to this country and to the insistence of each succeeding group that it had a right to practice its religion as it saw fit. It is no accident that freedom of religion has always been a central part of the American creed. People who crossed oceans for the right to believe Ln their own God not lifthily i.'..ing to Minn I er that right in four new life. Not only has America been a haven i"r victims <>! rellgloui peraecutkm, irom Puritan Ent li>hmen tc Ku--ian Jews, it has attracted a!-o the victims of political tyranny. The violent upheavals in luirope in the middle of the nineteenth century set off a wave of migration. These were not the firs! political refugees to come to America, nor were they the last. The Russian Revolution, the terrors of Hitler's Germany and most recently the Russian plunder of Hungary all brought new thousands seeking the freedom of the New World. The first two parts of the great trinity of forces that mold history Denver Philanthropist Receives Congratulations from Leaders DENVER (JTA) — President Eisenhower. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. of Israel, and other leaders joined recently in lauding Adolph Kiesler. Denver's famous Jewish philanthropist, on his 80th birthday. Mr Kiesler, who has contributed about $1,200,000 in 17 years to a Narrated Film Trip Screen >tar Edward G. Robinson and Leon Uris. author of "Exodus," narrate the filmed trip to Germany. Quebec. Tahiti and Israel which was to be shown at the Miami Public Library on Dec. 8 at 1 and 8 p.m. Tickets are free. variety of Jewish. Zionist and general causes, was honored at a community v.ide dinner here. President Eisenhower said, in his message, that Mr. Kiesler had, "in the highest American tradition of philanthropy." helped "many enterprises regardless of race, color or creed." Mr. Ben Gurion welcomed Kiesler's forthcoming visit to Israel with a United Jewish Appeal Study Mission and sent his "greetings and best wishi Other messages were received from Philip Klutznick. former president of B'nai B'rith. and Irving Kane, president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. are religion | politics. third part ieci nomict AIL. was, for millions, the land iZ nomic opportunity For some meant the chance to g quick; for most it meant a ch; to earn a better living for, selves and their tamilies. The economic motive asi haps even more complex tba other two. Some were no led to this country by wild stii of fabulous riches But morn driven by the economic hap of their native lands. Dii like the Irish potato famint i 1846 drove millions to Anm The Irish famine brought ah: three-quarters of a million iaf years. Still others were to America on the promw jobs in growing American tries. The demands of an eipuj ing economy fur labor seentdi satiable and it was common I a manufacturer or a rail builder to advertise in Eu newspapers and offer to pay t passage of any man willing i come to America. These, then, were the mm forces that triggered this tipi ive migration. They affected I ferent people in different and there were some of earti these factors in the momatixi 1 almost every immigrant one thing is certain — every i migrant served to reinforce i strengthen those element! American society that had at! ed him in the first place motives of some were coma place — the motives of od were noble. 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1 iday, December 9. 1960 • Jewistithrk&m Page 11-B fc Hf£ :ene from "Spartacus," the S12 million spectacular starring rk Douglas, Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons, Charles Laughbn, Peter Ustinov, John Gavin and Tony Curtis, opens at Woietcc's 163rd Street Theater, Micmi, on Thursday, Dec. 15, j30 p.m. Showings will be on a road show basis, with two Briormances daily and all seats reserved. ceeds tor Religious School BB Women Map Functions Here [>ora Stein Sisterhood of the laelite Center will hold a Chan-.ilatke and card party Sunday kning at the Center. Chairman [Mrs. George Kessler. Proceeds for the Israelite Center religischool. tmorial Plans to be Aired |t a meeting of Sisterhood est-d Shel Emess on Monday, 1 plans will be made for a lorial service to be held in nory of the late Mrs. Israel jberg, president. | For BETTER Tasting .nd More Healthful CHANUKAH Dishes B'nai B'rith Women of Miami Council was to hold a workshop for officers, chairmen and past presidents at Hillel House on Thursday evening. Mrs. Jane Robinson is the leadership chairman. Anne Frank chapter of B'nai B'ith Women will meet Tuesday noon. Dec 20, at Toby*s cafeteria, SW 8th si and 27th ave. Chanuka party will follow the meeting. • • B'nai B'rith Women of Miami Council will meet Thursday evening, Dec. 22, at Cookies restaurant Miracle Mile, Coral Gables. Make Sure Ifs PLANTERS OSHER OIL 100% PURE.^3 pAREVE Pallof Gets Scouting Award Norton S. Pallot, president of Norton Tire Company, was presented a Century Club Award for "distinguished support to Scouting" by the South Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of America at a recognition banquet commemorating the 50th anniversary of scouting in the United States. Planters sm ^ FRYING • SALADS BA^ jsr* J Wnh Yov oW Your Family Happy Hanuhah DAVID MANASTER, Pros. %  %  1*1 \'ls \V/ O^v*'/ ,W.;E.% AMEtlCA'S FINEST 100% pvii mr riooucTS! .iir.i. A, | IDEM FOR COOKING (CELIENT FOR SALADS HMSCH KOM* •# H.Y. IMi SI6N 01 OUAIIIY! KOSHER ZI0N SAUSA01 C0*PNY OF CHICAGO i, IMPINO OiOCIRUI HU4M4NTI C0ASTLIMI PROVISION CO.. INC. %  55 IhtlrM St., Miami IMCK cnnnuKiiH FROM YOUR FRIENDLY, NEIGHBORHOOD GRAND UNION STORE Chanuka is a joyous holiday, and all of us at Grand Union join fn wishing that you enjoy this festive occasion. It is our pleasure to serve you for your Chanuka needs, and every day throughout the year. U.S. CHOICE, GRAIN FED WESTERN BONELESS SHOULDER GRADE "A" GA. DRESSED, SMALL ) WESTERN %  V#% ROAST 79'. GRADE "A" GA. UKbbbbD, SMALL j^ M ROASTING CHICKEN 35' :T PAK — J^ EGGS 691 19< 10 GRADE "A", SHIPPED, SELECT PAK EXTRA LARGE ALL WHITE ROYAL R. 46 fj PINEAPPLE JUICE ALL FLAVORS M PENGUIN SODA SARA LEE, FROZEN ,4., ^9 ff k Plus C Dep. 0Z. 6 Oz. CINNAMON NUT CAKE IMPORTED, SLICED fc Ql ^k W Port Du Salot CHEESE... "* *K> MANISCHEWITZ KOSHER WINE c c ALL FLAVORS 1.29 FIFTH U.S. NO. 1, WHITE POTATOES... 10 -49 2 — 29 19 CRISP ICEBERG LETTUCE ZIPPER SKIN, JUICY TANGERINES QUALITY.' SAVINGSI SERVICE! -PLUS"TRIPLE-S" BLUE STAMPSI • 4190 SW lh ST. • 233 SW 47th AVI. • 1*0* Pnc d Uon Blvd. • 1143 W Fligtw Si. • 3050 NW 7th ST. • 1753 NE 2nd AVE. • 450 Ml 125th ST. • 13020 NE to AVI. Quantity Rights Reserved Doz. • 321 OPA IOCKA BIVO. • SUNILAND SHOPPING CENTER (11301 S. Dixw Hwy.) • RED-BIRD SHOPPING CENTER (5747 Bird Road) • CENTRAL SHOPPING PIAZA (NW. 37 Av. B 7th St.) • NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER (N.W. 37 Av. B n ft.) ^.a>^naas556ggggg?' a :sr rar5rr!!wr-j J • 2501 f.W. W"** T ( c '* 1 W,y) I 1



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Page 16-A ^JfnlstfhridiaiJ Friday. December 9, The Mailer Story By MAX LERNER School of Social Work Opening in Israel 1 would far rather be reviewing a new novel of Norman Mailer's lhan the front-page sensation of wife-stabbing which raises more questions about him than any of us can answer, even assuming we have the right to inquire into them so closely. The terrible fact about the notoriety coming out of the stabbing is that Mailer will now and for a long time be discussed not so much as I writer, but as a person. Not even as a person, I might add. but as a "case." Mailer has far too much writing talent to be diminished to the aize of a police-blotter item or an entry for Bellevue •observation." What is it. I wonder, that we do to the artist in America? Or bet ter — what is it he does to himself? -it— -it-isTHERE ARE TWO KINDS of personalities among creative people. One is the outwardly quiet kind, who scarcely ever reveals his turbulence except when he spills it into the pages of his writing, purging himself as well as his reader. The other pins his agony on his sleeve, and runs his j own characters a race to see whether they or he can get into messier trouble. Mailer clearly is of the second kind. In the days of the proletarian novel in America the writers often thought of themselves as cultural commissars. Today they have abandoned that particular idiocy, but many of them still seem to think that the act and gesture must accompany the word, or perhaps even precede it. Is this drive toward acting out the word something that happens rtrongly in the American cultural frame? "My pride," said Mailer to the Magistrate who committed him, "is that as a sane man I explore areas of experience other men are afraid of." The cult of experience has always been part of the American credo, along with the cult of action What challenged Mailer, in his effort to trascend his culture, was the kind of experience that "other men arc afraid of." -if-ir-it' IF HE MEANT VIOLENCE, then surely violence is internal to the American culture But Mailer, who made a great point of hating cant, may have despised those who weave violence into their writings but do i not live. His tradition, in this sense, was more French than American. | following the line of writers from Rimbaud to Genet, whose lives hav? I been as histrionic and code-breaking as their art. One gets here the clue to the sense of let-down which many have f< It about Mailers work since his "Naked and the Dead." The French writers, in their sex lives and their collisions with the law, wrote out of | what they were, and didn't need to act like boys from Brooklyn who go i searching for outlandish modes of experience. When life presented Mailer with the enormous experience of World War II. he didn't have to hunt for the exotic: what was offered to him. thrust at him, was shocking enough to titillate anyone, but it was universal. Mailer and James Jones, in their war books, described the ruthlessness and messiness, the comedy and the injustices and absurdities of what millions experienced. Their art lay in what their imagini ation presented to material which had been available to all. But after his first great success Mailer couldn't let up. He was so i honest that he couldn't take the easy way to success, and repeat his old | formula. But there was a daemonic drive within him to compete, to transcend — not only others, but himself. His "Advertisements for Myself" tells us, among other mirror-portraits, how he awoke from a despairing sense of stagnation and mapped out a colossal eight-volume novel, complete with characters, time-scheme, blue prints, soliloquies, and all the paraphernalia not of a writer writing but of a writer telling himself how he must write. -ir-ir-i:I AM RAISING THE QUESTION of whether his explorations of ex perience went on out of a feeling of his strength as a writer or out of a fear of its waning. I think it was a little of both, but mostly of the latter. Every good artist contains many selves within himself — the sensitive and the brawler — and almost always they are at war with one another. But if the artist is strong enough as artist, he manages to hold himself together as a person. When the fears gnaw sharper at him. he may simply retreat into a shell — or he may fervently keep asking himself what is happening, and where he can turn next for the connection that will set him off. The sense one gets in Mailer's "Advertisements" is of this search growing more and more frenzied. There are some magnificent things in it, but there are also the trivial and the dreary, and there are corridors after corridors where the writer — instead of writing — is entranced with the mirror-image of himself scrutinizing himself in the act of writing. I CAN UNDERSTAND HOW he might want to break out of these mirrors into reality by some sharp direct act — and what could be sharper and more direct than an act of naked violence? But by breaking into reality thus one loses touch with the real world, just as the explor ation of experience may lead the explorer beyond the bounds of the hu man as well as the moral. Nietzsche discovered this when he tried to go beyond good and evil. It is dizzying stuff. And infinitely sad. Mailer has dreamt of being multiform man — soldier, pugilist, sensualist, writer, champion of the hipster, cotUCieAct f the generation, even mayor. I honor him for his dreams, which are KO curiously in the American grain, even when they are most blown up But the pity of it is. the expense of a first-rate writing talent in a uuste of destructiveness. ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) A school of social work, to ;iid not only Israel but also to help Asian and African countries to meet and solve various social ills, is being established .it the Hebrew Innerj sity in Jerusalem, it was announced here by Dr. Joseph Burg. Israel's Miniver of Social Welfare. He wa! me of the speakers at the convention being held here by the Religious Zionists of America. Six hundred delegates are attending the parley. The school of social work, said Dr. Burg, is being set up by the Government of Israel in conjuric tion with the Joint Committee. Israel, he said, "is engaging in a • massive program of social pioneering and study." 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The Three Central Words of Chanuka JewishFlaridian ^JSMS $ ^ r Of a Revolt for Freedom December 9, 1960 Section C IM %  %  id Chanuka Festival under the sponsorI of Israel Bonds is becoming a custom in i York City. Twenty-thousand persons willed the festival at Madison Square. Garden [ year, featuring Inbal, incomparable dance theatre of Israel. Key participants included Edward G. Robinson, Celeste Holm, Ed Sullivan, Eartha Kitt, Nathan Milstein, Jan Peerce, Jennie Tourel, and the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. By B. SCHOCHEN On Chanuka, you say three words, three words beginning with M — Maccabean, Modin and Maraonh. Maccabean why? Because Judas Maccabeus is the? 1 hero of the story. He was the leader of the Jewish revolt at: iin-l Antiochus, The origin of the term Macca!*• is not definitely known. Some de rive it from •"makab," the Hebrew word for hammer. Others sy it stems from the first letters of the words "Mi Chamocha Baelinn Adonai," (Who is like unto lhe?c. 0 Lord) which was the slogan of the Maccabean revolt. .Antiochus. the enemy of the Je-ws. was so confident of victory that he invited the slave merer* ants to the battle scene. Those Je-wswho were not killed, he expe-ctcd to sell into slavery. But Judas Maccabeus turned the ta ble on Antiochus. Instead of th eir taking the Jews, the forces of Antiochus took to their heels. Trie slave merchants running away from the scene of battle JUOEA REGAINED ITS SOUL IN ONE OF THE GREAT UPHEAVALS IN HUM AN HISTORY r ar Against Hellenism: An Important Decision % % % % % % %  %  -. ii-nrurt of Hellenism. Jews RABBt SAMUEL UME.N year 168 B.C.E. is one of most memorable in Jewish Dry. The fate of Judaism deded on the decision made by nail band of Jews in that year. it no time previously did JuIsm confront a force which deirately set out to destroy it, as ken it faced Hellenism, brought |o the land by the successors of nquerer Alexander the Great. Jews were never afraid of new bas. regardless of their source, fcery novel idea which appealed I them and which they borrowed bm their neighbors, they assimtted, as a blood transfusion, Ely for the refining, and re-inKrcing of their own. IThe inroad of Hellenistic ideas bto Jewish life on the other hand, Jrved in two ways to precipitate decision made in 168 B.C.E. lid by which Judaism was either i reveal its value and potency or de out of existence, j First, Hellenism was not being Iscriminately absorbed by Jews t>r the enhancement of their outr ok, but was rather imitated in krery detail. This process of imhitation led to the weakening of Judaism and the gradual emergence of a new but not improved Pattern of behavior. Second, Hellenism was at first eft to displace Judaism by its bwn appeal and penetration; however, because Antiochus' detire to hasten the program of .lellenization, it was declared a culture by decree, the official culture of the land. Hence, Judaism Iras tried in two crucibles. One, -jvhich was fashioned by the Jews %  themselves, and the other which Icame from the outside. On the lone hand, Jews in substantial [numbers weakened the faith of Itheir fathers by adopting Hellenlism as their mode of life, and on the other hand, the conquerer [imposing this culture by force on [the entire citizenry. Even though it must be said in [all fairness that Hellenism had I much to offer in enriching Judaism by its philosophy, drama, poetry, architecture, and sports, it at the same time lacked much to make it completely desirable. Mrs Charles Hymes (center), of Minneapolis, national president of the National Council of Jewish Women, and Miss Hannah Seln executive director, accept the 1960 William Ltate Memorial Award horn Louis Stern, of Newark member of the awards committee for the Council of ^ M""^ Welfare Funds. The award was presented to *^V""j* educational and welfare organization at the recent CJFWF general assembly in Detroit. Observing t h e amphitheater where human beings were done to death for the amusement of the blood thirsty mobs, the Jew concluded, as Walter Pater did centuries later, "what was needed was the heart that would make it impossible to witness all this; and the future would be with the forces that could beget a heart like that." Jewish culture developed just such a heart and it is this heart that made itself felt through the heroic decision of the Hasmonean family and a small group of staunch supporters of the Torah to free Israel from their Hellenistic enslavement. War to the end was declared on Hellenism. The battle lasted three years. Judea regained her soul. Judaism triumphed. Through the aE es the Hasmonian vitctory is commemorated in the home and the svnagogue for eight days as a festival of light and gladness. a festival which does not especially pay homage to the leaders of the battle, although their heroic feats of courage are not forimpact of Hellenism, Jews today fi nd themselves living in two cultures, their own and that of their environment. They have a choice to malce. They can either turn to trie majority culture for their pattern of behavior and thereby completely lose their identity, individuality, and self-respect, or, (Hey can absorb the finest elenraents of the majority culture for trie enhancement of their own spiritual treasures, and thus rein ain true to themselves. Living in two civilizations does nt mean splitting one's personality — giving one half to each i-ivilization and thus curtailing trie one in favor of the other. It in cans compounding the two w ayi in such a manner as to be a*>le to live in both of them simultaneously. Milton should not carovnl out Yehuda Halevi. nor Rialik displace Shelley. Just as it is possible to be proficient in two languages, so should it be feasible to be at home in two civil izations. History has proved that crossfertilizations of civilizations leads to an enhancement of cultural litfe The age of Pericles, the Renaisance, te eras of Chaucer and snakespeare were all in no slight Continued on Pfl 12-C dropped their money belts, so the Jews got that, too. Judas Maccabeus then entered the temple and cleansed it and redc.Iieated it. Chanuka, the word, means dedication. \I Klin — why do you say that on Chanuka? Banner of Revolt Modin you say because the family of the Maccabeans stems from Modin. a fanner town thirty miles northwest of Jerusalem. It was there that the old Mattathias with his five sons, including Judas Maccabeus, lived. It was there that Mattathias tirst raised the banner of revolt, when the agents of Antiochus appeared and demanded that he set the example and offer sacrifices to the heathen gods. His was the first Chanuka candle that lit the other candles. Modin today is probably not much different than it was then. Just a little rural settlement, which comes to life every Chanuka when pilgrimages are made to the haunts of the old Maccabees. Menorah — why do you say say that on Chanuka? Menorah is associated with the Maccabean revolt, partly because Antiochus had despoiled the temple of its golden Menorah, and Judas Maccabeus on recntering the temple, rekindled the temple lights. According to Josephus, the seven lamps of the Menorah stand for the seven planets. The Menorah was the symbol of the Jewish Legion in the First World War, and the British veterans of the Jewish Legion called their organization the Menorah Club. One of Theodor Herzl's first Zionist writings was a feuillcton telling how a Jew who had been oblivious of Jewish values acquired a Chanuka Menorah and with that began his Jewish reeducation. The biggest Jewish show in America today is the annual Chanuka Festival, staged under the auspices of Israel Bonds. Jan Peerce, the Metropolitan Opera star who frequently graces the festival, once sang in the choir of an East Side synagogue along with David Sarnoff. The school of Shammai held that all eight Chanuka candles are to be lit the first night and diminished one by one each succeeding night, to teach the lesson that the greatest glory is of the past, but school of HUlel held the reverse. One candle the first night and another added each succeeding dav. teaching the lesson that the future is more glorious. And, as always, it was Hillcls vieus that won out in Jewish law. gotten, but rather one which stresses the value of light and freedom of the soul. Chanuka commemorates and celebrates the first serious attempt in history to proclaim and champion the principle of religiocultural diversity in the nation. The primary aim of the Maccabees was, as we have seen, to preserve their own Jewish identity and to safeguard for Israel the possibility of continuing its traditional mission. Though inspired, however, by the particular situation of their own people their struggle was instinct with universal implication. For what was really being defended was the principle that in a diversified society the function of the state is to embrace, not subordinate, the various constituent cultures, and that the complexion and charact%  eaaema^i^^^— cr of the state must be determinJewUjh A j ^ rib ute to two leaders a its 22nd ed bv a natural process of fusion na i io nal conference recently in New York Ctty. Gen on the one hand and selection on ^ a !" m n Morris W Berinstein (left) presents .live,: Menthe other, and not by the arbitrary < cna, Cincinnati. O.. and Frederick B. For imposition of a single pattern on ^ J^^y.; „ former Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, of all L,ke em o e ur lS ancestors under the H-


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Page 14-A +Jeistnorkliar Friday, December 9. I960 New Road to Social Security Benefit That old saying, "Nothing is so certain as change," can have a great deal of meaning for you :iit did for John Carter John had just celebrated his 38th-birthday, and he felt he had i lot to be thankful-for: a lovely wife, two healthy, teen-aged youngsters, and a good job Life for him was progressing on an even* keel until eight month.: ago. when he was severely injured in a hit-and-run accident. From then on, it w as one unpleasant change after another. He was hospitalized for a loig period, and when he finally returned home, the doctor told him he would not be able to work again. Then John learned over the radio of another kind of change. The commentator said that social security now pays disability insurance benefits to qualified persons who become severely disYiddish Film at Israelite Center %  M onticello Here We tome." is the title of the next attraction in the "Outstanding Jewish Films'" series being presented by the Iraelite Center The picture, starring Menethl Skulnik and Michel Rosenberg mil be seen Sunday evening. 8 p.m.. at the Center, 3198 SW 24th ter Miami. Proceeds are for the Center's religious school. An added attraction on Lhe Sun day bill will be "The Singers of Israel." featuring the renowned Cantor Malavsky and hi.Faiiuh Choir. The Yiddish-language films will be shown with English sub-titles. abled before age 65, and he urged disabled people to seek information from their local social security office. Until a recent change In the social seevrity law, these payments could be made only to disabled workers aged 50 to 65. John's wife called the social security office and mentioned that he was unable to visit at the office His application was taken by a rep resentative of the social security oflice, who came to their home John and his family are now re ceiviag $254 a month in social security disability benefits Marshall Wise, manager of the Miami Downtown Social Security Office, points out that the story of John Carter illustrates the family protection which social security provide.when the breadwinner becomedisabled for an* lubetantial gainful activity. To quality for these payments, he said a person mu.-: h.ive a disability so severe that it will last indefinitely, and one which will probably not improve with time or medical treatment. The disability must have lasted for six months or more before payments can start. Wise emphasized that one of the requirements for disability benefits is that the person must have worked under social security for five years out of the ten years before he became disabled. '"If you or anyone in your family becomedisabled,*' Wise said, "be -ure to contact your -oeial security Office to see if you are eligible for disability benefits." He added that booklets on the recent i lungeIII the social SOCUI ity law. including the change per milling paymentto disabled worker.under 50 years of age. are available, free of charge, at all social lecurit) district offices. The Miami Downtown Social Security District Office is at 230 No. Miami ave. TO ALL GREETINGS CENTURY H O M I: S 2175 SW 78th Place Phone CA 1-4131 Marine Engine Overhaul end Instellatien Ditfributert Kerntath Marine Engine* MIAMI MARINE ENGINEERS, INC 411 S.W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI 36, FLORIDA C. 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ERNEST PHILIP • From Muxtill MOMS there arose rone like tfRlO^Ho-'*^',"* was p. rerdiet on Moses Mairm.mde* '11351204'. the most influential Jewiafe thinker in the Middle Ages He as not only a great physician, uho>e services re eagerly sought alter by kings and emperor-, but also a brilliant expound* r of Judaism, a renowned ph • • with viev. lar al h.time*, a man of gnat kindness and gefttkn. -A native of Cordoba (Spam), he and his family had to fie* IV city because of the onrushing Almohades. They went to *'< %  /. then to varioui Spanish centers until, alter more wandering, more trials, more adventures, the lamily found rest and security in Egypt. Only 23. Maimonides, always an eager, brilliant scholar, started his critical commentary on Ibe Mishnah while studying medicine. Shortly after having become a physician, he was named court physician to Sultan Saladin of Egypt, a position he held to the end of his life. He died an idol of the people and mourned by the whole world. Besides his "Guide for the Perplexed." written for men who wished to place their faith upon a rational basis, he wrote his 'Sirah," a brilliant commentary on the principles of Judaism, the essence of which is expressed in the 13 articles, which became the authoritative creed of the Jewish faith. What do these 13 dogmas say? • I believe with perfect faith that the Creator, blessed be His name, is the Author and Guide of everything that has been created and that He alone has made, does make, and will make all things. Zino Francescatti is received by Israel President Ben-Zi || lowing the presentation to him of the insignia of a comrxafl commander of the Israel Army in recognition of his couraqeoal insistence on remaining in Israel during the fighting with Eqrtl in 1956 to complete his concert schedule. • I believe with perfect faith that the Creator, blessed be his name, is a Unity and that there is no unity in any manner like unto His. and that He alone is our God who was, is and will be. • 1 believe with perfect faith that the Creator, blessed be His name, is not a body, and that Ha i> free from all the accidents of matter, and that He has not any form whatsoever. • I believe with perfect faith tliat the Creator, blessed his His name, is the first and the last. • I believe with perfect laith that the Creator, blessed bt I Name, and to Him alone it m to pray, and that it is not. to pray to any being beside 1 • 1 believe with perfect that all the words of the are true. • I believe with perfect that the prophecy of Moses, teacher, peace be unto his;, | true, and that he was the of the prophets, both of those I preceded and those that folli him. • I believe with perfect Continued on Pee* IK Greetings from ., CRESCENT njcmc Industrial Electricians CONTRACTORS Wiring W Light • Hoot • Power M HOUR MRVKf Wl 5-40 U 15120 W Dixie Hwy. 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i...S n ovnan s 'World I.HE! D ""? Mrs Saul A PPlebaum will be atSn ,n 8 I Pr n es,dent elec t John Kennedy's inauguraDulni nf T ary • ; Ra )bi A PP^aum filled the Bhh r> emP J elsrael while spiritual leader Rabbi Colman Zwitman served in World War II %  Since then, he has been in Rockford, 111., and ,ar a C % Jr w'. Wa / t0 Con 8 re SatioiTB'nai B'rith in InnLrtv* rt • • • Wlfe Anne ls sister Pierre Salinger pnnedy s press secretary ... s 1 1 U L f S ?" Ma T ,sland was lhrilled her bridge J 5 T L S fl e Cn U8 4 h l ( Cn ab,e the gr0Up t0 spend a weekend in ssau. her first ... A few days after all plans were completed much anticipation. Lee sold a beautiful house and won a file offered by her office ... The prize? You guessed it — a Bekeml in Nassau Mr. and Mrs. A. Budd Cutler, 9490 Easter rd.. Perrine welled his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cutler. 313 Meridian ave Kb a Thanksgiving dinner on their return from a six-week trip ^ich included Israel, Rome. Paris and London Enjoying the Uner and slides shown were Mr. and Mrs. David Schulam and and Mrs. Morton Tucker. •+ -€ M Youngsters from Miami Beach Senior High are happy that, for first time, they will be hosts to top high school students in the Son when the Forensic Festival is held here from Dec. 28 to 31 Bblem is where to hoose the visitors Mrs. Jonas Brotman, 18 W. 23rd St.. Sunset Island 3, is leading a campaign to enlist |ra accommodations ... Charles Rosenthal, of New York City, who founded the Riverside ^tnorial chain at the turn of the century, will be at the Eden Roc el for his 31st consecutive winter season here Waiting to et him is grandnephew Larris S. Blasberg Mort and Bea enberg, also regular winter visitors, are already in town. Certain that the Lincoln Road Mall, which has absorbed so th of his attention, is well launched. Miami Beach City ManMorris N. Lipp and his Helen are leaving by plane for the West es and a well deserved rest The Dr. J. (Mitzie) Greenhouses I join them ... Just -returned from their third trip to the West Indies are Mr. Mrs. Morris (Gertrude) Lefkoe. of the Capricorn apts. on Indian kek dr. They spent their time in Jamaica, Montego Bay and ho Ricrs. • MM Birthdaze: Gary Bruce joined Stephen. 7. and Dorothy. 4, on 22 All.are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Indianer. 25 Pan American dr. He's the builder-owner of Bomblers, Inc., and received nationwide publicity when a couple their honeymoon in one of his shelters last year Gary's iparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bernstein, of Downey. Calif.. senior Indianers, of Palm Island "Rabbi Harold Rlchter Cantor Abraham Seif officiated at the bris A son, Neal, wa* bom to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley (Barbara) Bulbin Dec. 2 at Jackson Memorial Hospital Grandparents are Jr. and Mrs. Ben Wolfson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin Patti Lynn, born to Richard and Linda Brickman on Nov. 29 Jackson Memorial Hospital, gladdened the hearts of the Leon Dorothy) Kaplans and the J. Jackson Brickmans The new rrival joins sister Karen Susan .. Nancy and Henry Broudy presented Irving and Dorothy Rothlan, of Andrew Geller Shoe Salon, with their first grandson Ie joins sister Alicia ... Another first is the son born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth (Libby) okolsky He's also first grandchild for Jack and Mitzi Weiss and >r. and Mrs. Mel (Sandy) Sokolsky. > Appearance of 80-year-old "Mother" Gross and her two sons lade the opening of the Alan Gale Club official %  She hasn't lissed one yet... Molly and Walter Jacobs, of the Lake Tarleton Club. Pike. N.H., ?ft Monday for a European jaunt ... It was a hectic week for Ruby (Mrs. AD Goldman Her mother arived on Tuesday, supposedly for the winter Ruby Spent every minute she could spare getting her comfortably installed in a hotel, only to discover that she wasn't pleased with the weather here and decided to return to New York ... Everyone walked out carrying an umbrella from the 27th imnual meeting of the National Assn. of Food Chains Umbrellacarriers included Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs. I. Fineberg. and Mrs. Jen Silver ... _, _. Mrs. David Harris at the Moflye Shockett Bag Shop in the Eden *oc instead of busy with organiiation work these days. MM MM Diane Zilbert will begin studies at the University of Miami in Ithe spring ... She is the daughter of the Leonard Zilberts, of 14340 Pine Tree dr., who recently moved here from New York.. IThe couple also have a 13-year-old son, Sheldon, who began atlu-nding junior high on Miami Beach ... Cocktail party feted the pledges and actives of Delta Phi Epsipon sorority of the University of Miami at the home of Roberta Ra^ |b:nowitz last Saturday Party was prior to their presentation of the annual "Pledies on Parade," which this year included some ll.OOO in attendance at the Deauville Following the formal afIfuir, the party returned to the Rabinowitz home for a surprise Tb.rthday celebration in honor of Bonnie Dubbin., newly-elected prescient of DPhiE and daughter of Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbm Roberta is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz. 3020 Snckell ave. ^Jewish Floridlitan Miami, Florida, Trio admires lovely gown to be featured at fashion show sponsored by the Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress. Left to right are Mrs. Jacgueline Rodman, fashion designer; Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, national vice president and chairman of fund-raising for the Florida division; and Mrs. Leo Steinberg, president of the Florida division. Exquisite Jacqueline Roman Creation For Lucky AJCongress Woman Here creations for the fashion-conscious members of Florida society. Mrs Rodman is particularly partial to gowns draped with yarcis and yards of chiffon, evening gowns, lavish with bugle beads and sequins as well as knit wool suits and Swissembroidered dresses with hand detailed button holes. All work is done in her Paris atelier from detailed sketches and precise instructions which she sends from her shop here. Mrs. Leo Steinberg, president of Florida Women's division AJC. announces that funds raised from the fashion show will go to the Louise Waterman Wise Youth Center in Jerusalem. The Center, built and maintained by the Women's Division, is set high on a hill in Jerusalem, overlooking Herzl's Shrine, Hebrew University and the hills of Judea. It has become one of Israel's most significant landmarks and major institutions, and since opening its doors in 1954 has served more than 10.000 young people a year. A new wing being built will house classrooms of secondary schools which will be available to teen-agers who cannot afford a high school education. Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, national vice president and chairman of fund-raising for the Florida Women's Division, said a prize of one of Mrs. Rodman's beautiful creations will be presented at the luncheon By ISABEL GROVE Staff Writer Jacqueline Rodman, Paris designer, will hold a fashion show Tuesday at the Martinique hotel for the Florida Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, for the organization's Chanuka donor luncheon. Mrs. Rodman, a graduate of the University of Sorbonne, was studying to become a lawyer when the Nazis entered Paris. She joined the resistance movement and survived, though in poor health. When she came to the United States, she had no capital, no connections and spoke fractured English But she did have talent, ambition and a determination to follow in the footsteps of her father, a famous couterier. Soon, her lovely clothes were being bought by I. Magnin. of California, Neinian Marcus, of Dallas, and Saks Fifth Avenue. She has since designed clothes for such beautiful stars as Rhonda Fleming, Anne Miller, and Monique Van Vooren, as well as Hope Hampton. Cornelia Otis Skinner, Edie Adams, and Mrs. George Schrafft. She is also responsible for the sumptuous beaded gowns worn by the show girls in Lou Walter's "Follies Francaise" at the Carillon hotel. She has brought her skills and extra ordinary workmanship to Miami Beach, and in her shop at 9515 Harding ave., designs one-of-a-kind Rabbi Kronish Set For Review Series Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual uel; Mar. 8. "The Leopard." by leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will Giuseppi Lampedusa. and Apr. 12. >RT Women Will Hear Executive Arthur S. Rosichan. executive on Tuesday. 8:30 p.m., at the -Mor of the ( reater Miami Jew< !" "%* ei Bril president --._.„._„ —-_„„.•,_ M re Fthel Bri presiaeni. anHersey s ine v_nna ou> ne*i h Federation will^speaton The Mrs^ Ethel B P ^^ ^ Jan u hp wi „ uUenge of tte. ^M.am, ^^^^ O-jmreview "TH, Lihera, Hour." bv i>nge Devry" at paid-up niemwTsn.p ~ !" S^^ T s proJohn Galbraith; Feb. 8. "The Secschool subsidy fund. i 'ig of the Greater Miami ka. Mrs. emu __ j ^ if .^..„ ., ki M ...a*n. v Kr>m>r i Slater! laapte*. Women's American ORT, gram chairman "The Minister of Death." by Quentin Reynolds. Mrs. Alexander Robbins is chairman of the book review project, and in charge of tickets are Mrs. Ben Sabin and Mrs, Louis Shapiro. Proceeds are for Sisterhood's religious Mrs. Harvey ond Crucifixion." by Maurice SamE. Kramer is Sisterhood president. begin a series of five book reviews on Wednesday, Dec. 14. 10:30 a.m.. sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood. Rabbi Kronish will review John Hersey's "The Child Buyer" next Section B Pioneer Women Mark Cham ka Mrs. William Beckwith will preside at a meeting of Golda Meir Pioneer Women on Tuesday. 8pm m Beth El Congregation. Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff will direct, and Mrs. Marion Meyer will narrate "The Light Bringers." bv Mortimer Cohen. In the cast will be Mesdames Shirley Queen. Sarah Shapoff. Isaac Pushkin, Jack Victor, Israel Gerstein. Sonia Robbins, Oscar Zeltzer, Kathrine Victorhouse and Anna Sorin Bild. Mrs. Meyer Kohn will extend the blessing, and Mrs. Rebecca Hernon will accompany the performers. Mrs. Sam Ossipoff is in charge of the social hour which will follow the meeting. Many new members joined Golda Meir Club at a tea held Nov. 22. according to Mrs. Jack Victor and Mrs. A. Seltzer, co-chairmen. t Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cutler, recently returned from Israel, will be honored by Club 2 at a luncheon in Star restaurant. 841 Washington ave.. on Tuesday noon. Mrs. Irving Liftman, president, announced that guest speaker will be Mrs. Milton Green. Council president. Mrs. Sonya Weiss will sing folk songs, and an Israeli film w.ill be shown. Mrs. Nathan Bookspan is chairman of the afternoon. • Traditional Chanuka celebration of Bebe Idelson Club will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cosow. 7222 Trouville Esplanade, Normandy Isle, on Wednesday, 7 p.m.. according to Mrs. Israel Offenhenden. president. Mrs. Ida Grossman, chairman, and Mrs. Araham Grossman will bless the candles. Mrs. Nechame Yanish will present a musical program. All proceeds are for Moetzet Hapoalot. Kadimah chapter, Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, president, will celebrate Chanuka with a latke party Sunday, Dec. 18. 8 p.m.. at Masonic Hall, 41 Valencia ave.. Coral Gables. Mrs. William Sokolof is in charge of the afternoon. Proceeds will go to Moetzet Hapoalot. Tifereth Israel Sisterhood "Secret Pals" will be unmasked when Tifereth Israel Sisterhood meets Monday evening at the Center, 6500 No. Miami ave. Mrs. Lila Astor is in charge of reservations. Miss Edith Brodsky, journalist and publicist, has been appointed editor of "Keeping Posted," national news and feature magazine for Jewish teen-agers, it was announced by Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Miss Brodsky is wellknown in the Jewish communal field for her articles on contemporary Jewish life that have been published widely here and abroad.



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Pago 2-B •vAwisfl fhridiar Friday, December 9, Chanuka: Time for Different, Unusual Food Chanuka, the Jewish festival of Light and Liberty, will once again be observed for the traditional eight days. The celebration of Chanuka Is the triumph of freedom over slavery, of light over darkness, an annual observance of mankind's eternal battle against the forces ol darkness and evil. The rich symbolism of Chanuka that is the spirit of i celebration delights the mind of everyone brought up 10 com mem f j orate l'ie holida>. The lighting of the candles in the menorah follows the same ritual that ha~ been in existence tot over. 3,000 years. The monorail is an eight-branched candlestick with a center holder for the ninth candle, known as the Shamos. the candle which Is used to light the eigh: candles. the menorah is ablaze with light, and of course, every member of the family participates in the candlelighting ceremony. A wonderful way to mark the holiday at your festive table is with ts In "cheese pastry:ter of each. Bring all f. iur of square together on cent* Fishlet and pinch. Place greased cookie sheet and bi 400 f. for 20 to 25 minutes or lightly browned. '.il •trj Fishlats in Chees* Pastry 2'4 cupsifted flour 1 teaspoon sal; %  cup vegetable shortening. chilled :, 4 cup sjratcd cbee 5 tablespoons cold water l lb. Jar Slaabchewiti FisMeJi Fishlets in cheese pastry. The menorah is always as beautiful as the purse affords: bronze, brass, pewter, silver, gold. On the eve of Chanuka. the first candle, at the far right, is kindled with the Shamos. On the second night, a second candle is added to the left of the first candle and the first and second candles are lit This ceremony continues each evening (the candle to left always being lit) until on the final eve of Chanuka Mix flour and salt Cut shortening into flour with pastry blender or 2 knives until pieces are the size of peas. Add the cheese and mix well. Blend together 'J cup of this mixture and the water. Add to re mainint; flour mixture and mix wi'h a fork until dough holds together Wrap pastry ball in waxed paper and chill in refrigerator. Roll out pastry very thin on wellfloured board. Cut into 2 inch squares Place a Fishlet in the cen[ If you like CHEESE KREPLACH Ravioli IN s AUCC Mrs. Moses Epstein to Address Miami Hadassah Henrietta Szold Celebration Miami chapter of Hadassah. in conjunction with 1.260 other chap ters throughout the United Stales will celebrate the 100th anniversary ol the birth of Hadassah founder, Henrietta Szold. on Monday. The centennial celebration will be held at Wolfson Auditorium of Temple Israel's! 8:15 p.m. The program will Include greetings from Mayor Robert King High, of Miami, and musical selections h> Cantor Herman Gottlieb, of Tempi.' Ju lea, accompanied* by Miss Esther Barrett. There will also be a dramatic skit. "Someone Von Know Major address ot the evening will b. given by Mrs Moses P Epstein, former national president ol Ha.I... sah. In her years with Hadassah, MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie free iK£| f MHttnr We. *U* %  Sugarlne SWIITII THAN SUGAI TIT NO FOO0 VALUE Recommended by doctors tor diatetvv o*fme>tht owl to col one diets Uie tor b*>erj(et. desserts, cooking Pure Com ptelelj hornless 4 Of. 7k GUHRHNTftD SON'lITIH.Nt MBS. MOStS tPSTHN AT fOOD STORES IVIAYWMERI New Hadassah Group Newly-formed Bey Harbor group of Miami Beach chapter ->f H.idasah charter members will meet at -i tea on Thursday atternoon. Dec. IS, at the Americana hotel Mrs, Ellis Amdur i~ acting president, and Mrs Henry Latz i, in charge ot the afternoon. Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening TlubUldtytL' \oWi^~U


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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UM1Y and THE JEWISH WEEKIY mi, Florida. Friday. December 16. 1960 IN AREAS OF ECONOMIC AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE Three Sections — Price 2dc \lsrael and Soviet Compete in Ghana States Defend Sunday Work technicians from race to JERUSALEM — (JTA) Israeli The Ghana r Mn ,. t w onana Government signed i erounk know-how in technical assistance agreements with ls r,.i .. L .. *. wi* ,h. t „ ,* S.V. sl„ 1*^ •••• iet Union in Ghana as a agreements signed this that African country for the crea-ieater number of graduates i lion of experimental farms on M appeared certain* that competraining courses and similar asIdhaoa's coastal strip. + a resu.rnf r r eS,ab Shmem and which !" P !" iucc better de I greater number of gra It appeared certain* that competraining courses and si Mion would develop between the peels of the experimental progr • • • • Arabs Lose Battle in UN On Demand Israel Opposes Laws in Court WASHINGTON —(JTA)—Pennsylvania. Massachusetts and Maryland defended their Sunday closing laws before the United States Supreme Court, which has been asked to rule on the constitutionality of such laws. The hearings were concluded last week. a great number of counties and municipalities. AVRAHAM HAMMAH milling acceptance Harman Speaks At Yale Univ. NEW HAVEN, Conn. (JTA 1 — -ia<-l Ambassador Avraham liar The highenurt ruling, when it is UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)-The Arab delegations here have lost issued, is expected to affect such their fight to push the Western Powers into agreement for the appoint aws wnich curtail Sunday work ment of a custodian in charge of properties allegedly left by ihe Arab all(l hl,s,lltss '" abou, 35 s a,es and refugees in Israel, and for the expansion of the Palestine Conciliation Commission, it was learned on highest authority here this week. As a result, the Western Powers* —led by the United States, Britain. France, Canada, New Zealand and Australia — will back a resolution 1 on the Arab refugee problem which the Arabs are expected to fight, and try to amend, before the I General Assembly's Special Political Committee. The committee suspended debate of its item on the Arab refugee problem while negotiations proceeded behind the scenes between the six Wtstern Powers and the Arab delegations in an effort ,ddrejshtg an audience this' *• '••J* • %  "•mat* on a draft man, week at Yale University, said that until the Arab leaders are willing tc. articulate" to their people that Israel exists, there will be no solution to the difficult problems facing the Middle East." resolution. After more than week of negotiations, the West has finally and firmly rejected the Arab proposals. In addition to demanding appointment of a UN custodian for Arab I have reason to believe that property in Israel, the Arab delethere are Arab leaders who tell gations are demanding that the themselves of the reality of Israel! PCC be enlarged to indued six ad I ut don't tell this to their people," \ ditional members, three of which It declared. would represent Communist coun tries and three from "uncommitted'' Herman emphasized the Arab I Afro Asian | ands The Pennsylvania and Maryland cases came to the Supreme Court on appeals against lower court decisions in those states upholding such laws. The test of the Massachusetts law was on the basis of a Massachusetts court ruling outlawing that state's Sunday law and an appeal against that ruling. Lower courts in both Pennsylvania and Maryland have upheld the Blue Laws but the plaintiffs appealed the decision. The defense of the closing law was similar in line to arguments brought before the court previously by the attorney for the State of Massachusetts, and are based mainly on the contention that even though these laws originally were prompted o4 \JlHI Of iar nils Bv John F. Krnnedv % ** %  IDWARD M. hi. WARBURG .. reports miracle Minnesota Frats Stall on Booting Clauses of Bias MINNEAPOLIS (JTA) L'nby religious tradition, they have | yersity of Minnesota chapters of two national fraternities received additional time this week to apply in the passage of time, come to Continued on Page 11-A countries must be willing to accept the fact of Israel's existence and durability if there is to be a solution of the Arab refugee problem. Ha said this problem has not been solved because the Arabs hay* used the refugees Continued an Page 10 A to their national headquarters for authority to drop discriminatory clauses in their constitutions. The grant of additional time fol. lowed a decision at the University Senate Committee by Dr. Francis Bobby of the school's economics department to drop his demands for immediate action to ban the two fraternities, Alpha Tau Omega and NEW YORK—(JTA)— The Joint Distribution Committee adopted a Sigma Nu. He agreed to support a for 1961 at its 46th anmotion to suspend action on Alpha JDC Sets $22,775,000; Warburg Chairman Again Israel has made it clear, through conferences in Jerusalem between Mrs. Golda Meir, the Foreign Minister, and Western envoys, that she is opposed to both Arab demands. The PCC consists ^^ 132,775,000 for its worldwide activities consecutive year. Canadian Deported from US Regrets Joining the Nazi Party WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Al viduals, or against race and revisiting Canadian, who was order ligion, cannot be regarded as ming to the United States earlier this year, to paint and sell his paintings, he Joined the Rockwell i-roup and took part in all of its activities, A deportation order was issued against him for failure to comply '••th requirements of non-immiggrant status. A special inquiry officer of the U. S. Immigration and Naturalisation Service ruled that "o foment hatred against indiPall was given the right to ap Continued on Page 2-A Warburg, addressing the delegates, dealt especially with the "miracle" achieved by Jewish 'Where once there was a rubble and ruin, where once there was only a handful of survivors, there are now communities again, communities which once more have a future." He cited the recent establishment Continued on Page 7-A Libya Closes Down Jewish School PARIS (JTA) A protest against a Libyan Government action, closing down a Jewish school conducted by Alliance Israelite Umverselie in Tripoli. Libya, was made here by Jewish organizations this week in a letter to the current general conference of the United Nations Educational. Scientific and Cultural Organization. The letter was sent by the Consullativc Council of Jewish Organizations, a group having consultative Status with UNESCO. The Council is composed of represents lives of Alliance, the Anglo-Jewish Association and the American Jewish Committee. According to Hie pretest, the Libyan Government suddenly closed down the Alliance school last April "without previous notification and without giving any reason for tha order." The school has been in existence 70 years. The protest notes that the school has "rendered great service to the Jewish population of Tripoli." Liba it | member of the Arab league. The letter cited a resolution adopted here recently by the cenContinued on Page 16-A Tau Omega until the first meeting of the university's winter quarter and to suspend action on Sigma Nu until that fraternity reports next spring. The constitution of Alpha Tau Omega permits as members only white males practicing the Chritian faith. The local chapter has asked its national headquarters for removal of the "whites only" clauses but has refused to request a waiver, which is available to the chapter, of the Christians only clause. Ths other fraternity chapter has refused to seek a waiver on grounds that it can do so only when facing a deadline. University officials oppose a deadline, favoring persuasive pressure instead. Dr. Boddy has contended that such policies run counter to official university policy banning exclusion by any campus groups or affiliates because of race or religion. The two fraternities are on the university committee's bias clause list and must submit semiannual reports on their progress in eliminating discriminatory practices. Sigma Chi and Delta Thcta Phi, two other national fraternity chapters, have reported step, toward elimination of such clauses.



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Friday, December 9, I960 +Jenisli Flcrid/an The Heated Debate Over Released Time Page 1JC of Cor1inufifr m fWf) P.* 11-C t defended the decWp to stdp re*' released time from the last hour '* ased t,me She saiS that despite the boards vote, religion classes v L c,"ld still be held after 2:15 0m d*y to tit^*,i rprotPW posed by frole^ ants and Jews. ....|M[W.i I!' -^ — ^:U; '" S "" nc nel 1 af ^r 2:15 „ „, she raised some of the basic objections to a released time program: it rarely maoages to give equal treatment to children of different religious groups. For example when 40 percent of the Children left the.public school to attend religion tlaSMS, the remaining 60 percent went on with their instruction. The 40 t>ercsnt who had left "were thu deprived of some of the public sehool education. They explained that they could i >l coatinue to participate in the K l MsccHime program if the hour were shifted. They could not arrange for religious teachers duringhibe ftast ho:ir, nor would they haye access to religious classroftnte, The Woonsocket School Cunmittfee nevertheless decided to make the shift to the first hour. Bath-' Jews and smaller Protestant MCtshad to withdraw from the released time program for lack ol facilities. Because they had in'ltn>IHy of access to facilities. they also-,'suffered inequality of ireainvtat. Different Reactions The same request was made in in. R.I., where Catholic grtHiTW requested that the released time period be switched from 1 p.m.. on Monday, the Ian period of the school day, to 8:30 a m.. on Wednesday, the first period. This time the public school committee reacted differently. Rather than engage in community controversy over a religious issue, it voted to end the released time program altogether. The pastors of the town's three churches argued with this decision. One pastor said that "this is not, nor should it be, a religious issue. No clergyman has formally opposed the program." He urged hU congregation to show its interest "in a c|Lrn v Christian and wise manner*VfttWat our school board will know how the majority of the good people of Lincoln feel about this opportunity of which we are being deprived." A member of the school board In an effort to avoid this pi-fall the schools had tried to schedule released time periods at the same time as school club periods. This brought anotheV objection: that children attending religious classes would miss out on the cfub ac tivities. And so the problems multiply with no one really satisfield. The decision in the McCollum case is now being put to a test in Dunkirk. N.Y. Released time classes had been held there on public school premises, and the New York State Board of Education ordered that they be stopped. But the Dunkirk school superintendent said, the order did not apply. He said that the Dunkirk Council of Churches and local Catholic pastors had asked for released time — not for purposes of religious instruction — but to conduct "character and ethical guidance courses" in special classes at the school. "As far £| rrn concerned,'* he said, "these classes are no different from what the Hi-Y and TriHi-Y groups have been doing in our schools for years — and no one has cried 'constitution' about them." HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO AIL WILSON BATTERIES, INC. Featuring — SOUTHWAY BATTERIES "MORE POWER TO YOU" MARINE DIESEL AUTOMOTIVE 2940 N.W. 71st Street Phone OX 1-4443 Best Wishes for the Holiday Season RUDY'S PAINT & BODY SHOP SEAT COVERS and SPORT TOPS 3665 N.W. 48th Street ?hone NE 4-7771 MIAMI ALUMINUM — WROUGHT IRON MADE AND INSTALLED BY • CARUSO IRON WORKS Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron Work Hear of Aviation Building 12732 N.W. 34th St, Phone NE 4-6362


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Friday. December 9 r I960 ferre* to the Department of Justice for investigating. Justice agents are following the situation •closely," It was stated, "and any abuses which may arise are dealt fk>rkkto7 walked with im held territory. m£.ir einb r tte *••* ComRo" M u n **"** and Currency. VrtrL^f P T" fought American appwrfW of a. $56*mnmn World Bank Iwm to Nasser. The loan Suez Canal. Free transit should be a requirement for the pending loan, said Rep. Halpern. A bitter fight ensued. Rep. Halpern organized a protest by many members of his banking committec. This causPd President Black of he World Bank to invite Rep Halpcrn for a two-hour discussion. Mr. Black maintained that the Bank was an economic rather than political institution and could exert no pressure to lift the anti-Israel Suez restrictions. But. having done his homework, Rep. Halpcrn was able to cite actual instances in which the Bank made political conditions before approving loans. The loan was finally granted. However, the Halpern battle shook high places to the extent Ui-.American mipport -shortly emerged for a considerable World Bank loan to Israel to build a new seaport at Ashdod. Also the U.S. Export Import Bank assented to finance the purchase of new Boeing 707 commercial jet airliners by El Al Israel Airlines. Such facilities were envisaged as moves to offset the Arab air and sea blockade of Israeli commerce. The Arab propaganda apparatus has altacked Rep. Halpern a number of times. Rep. Halpern is amused by such criticism. His philosophy is that an American Congressman, regardless of his own religion, is duty-bound to up hold the consistent dignity of the United States and it's citizens of Jewish and other faiths alike. Page 5-E Mew Youth Program Revealed Boys and girls, seventh through r-inth grade, are invited to participate In a new club program of leagues, socials, athletics, celebration of holidays and other events at the Miami Beach YMHA. 1536 Bay rd. In charge of information is Ira Steinmetz, supervisor of the Junior High Division. Afro-Asian Institute for Labor Studies, sponsored by Histadrut, was opened in Tel Aviv recently by Pinhas Lavon (above center), secretary-general of Histadrut. as 70 students from nearly a score of nations came to study Israel's cooperative economy and social achievements. The Institute is to be a permanent school at which representatives of underdeveloped nations can be trained in theoretical and practical subjects applicable to the problems being faced by the new states in Asia and Africa. A $180,000 grant by the AFL-CIO will go toward scholarships, while Histadrut itself is spending 5350,000 to build a dormitory and classrooms near its Workers College in Tel Aviv. It is Our Pleasure to do Business with You Happy Holidays FALC0 PRINTING, Inc. H. B. FAUCETTE, SR. HENRY B. FAUCETTE, JR. FROM BUSINESS CARDS TO CATALOGUES OFFSET and LETTERPRESS 6045 NE 2nd AVENUE PL 8 3751 Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday KEHNY STATIONERS GIFTS TOYS Stationery-HALLMARK CHANUKA CARDS-Office Supplies 6047 SW 8th Street p„. MO 5-4731 Miami 44, Florida TO ALL GREETINGS BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON SOUTH MIAMI POOL MAINTENANCE & CHEMICAL Maintenance, Repairs, Chemicals 9516 S. Dixie Hwy. MO 1-7942 TO ALL GREETINGS G. D. PEDEN FUNERAL HOME CATHOLIC FUNERAL HOME 24-Hour Ambulance Service Ph. CA 6-1811 8231 SW 40th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA GAITHER D. PEDEN, JR., Funeral Director & Mgr. SEASON'S GREETINGS O'BRIAN ASSOCIATES REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING Wholesale Only —To Qualified Buyers 2999 NW 2nd Avenue FR 7-3011 I HAPPY CHANUKA FROM YOUR FULLER BRUSH MAN PI 8-2321 "ON THE B6ACH" BEACH TOWER APT. HOTEL 6061 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Phone UN 5-5771 GREETINGS TO All MR. JOJIPH MIUIR-Mgr. %  I HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FRIENDLY PAINT STORES 16503 NE 6th AVE. No. Miami Beach Ph. Wl 7-5323 SEASON'S BEST WISHES GOODWIN WALLPAPER & PAINTS 16501 NE 6th AVE. No. Miami Beach Ph. Wl 5-4761 SEASONS GREETINGS GREEN THUMB NURSERY 8975 So. Dixie Hiway MO 1-4790 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO All H. E. GOODMAN INS. AGENCY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 8825 BISCAYNE BLVD. M. 4-3503



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.-crge 4-A +Jewish fhrMton Friday. December 9. I960 'Jewish Floridian OFHCE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 t %  ..in •— nl 1 %  ^ly^iSTi %  r FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday rinr. %  1!7 by ^JS^TS^H at I'd N I" ixth Street. M uu! t. Florida, r %  "'•;*," "." SeV.U-clW^iVer July 4. !**> at Port Of** of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 18.9Th. jewith Floridian ha. ab.orbed the J"j h _""'*>',•"• the J.wish Watkiy. Member of theJe^Teiegraonic Agency. Seven Art. F.tu- Syndicatt. Worldw.d. Ne. Servici. Notional Ed.tonal W *5I2ta .„,, A,.n English-Jewi.h New.oaper.. an d the Fior.da Pre.. Ann. The Jewish norMlan dOM not s Uris accomplished this for the Gentile, but s .lews, who poured out over $140 n I'M t0 her birth we departed the ball, still sad, Bty %  ft rl Continued en Pg# 12 A



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Friday. December 9. I960 *Jewist)ncrJdto* ^=* 1 A Hebrew Univ. Student Visits Russia ... By MICHAEL" SHASHAR IB hone of m>writing* descriD ing my stay in the Soviet Union have I referred to any of the Jews with whom I spoke. This was dictated by elementary precaution — not that the people concerned would automatically be rudely awakened by a 3 a.m. knock on the door — even if authorities were to read these articles — but simply because Russia is an unpredictable country, and the practice of compiling dossiers is still a very common one. I now come, however, to an exception to this .prudent rule. I refer to one. Nicolai. an engineering student at the Moscow School of Technology. Nicolai is dark, well built, 21, end very militant. He is an active member of the Comosol, the Communist youth movement, and is director of on* of the sports committees. Nothing I could sty about Nicolai could possibly bo used against him, for this young man is everything that the young Russian student ought to be. I met him -in rather unusual circumstances, at the bar in the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. Sipping sherry brandy with my two Israeli colleagues, I watched him as h> walked through the gilded doors and strode directly towards us. "I saw you from the balcony." Tie began in a correct though gutteral English, "and I was in trigued by your white head-covMichjrl ShesMT i> J Aliidrnt at llie Hebrew Unit eruty \n Jerusalem who recently visited Soviet Riu.ia With tu'O other Israeli students. Tliev wort ithncblue .l(u!I op during i/ieir 'trip attracting attention of man\ ICIM in rarioui Soviet cities. HOLIDAY GREETINGS THE C. 1 K ISTLER COMPANY duPONT BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA •fcesw Ft 4-5154 Lowest Monthly Payment in This Area on Home Loans LOWEST RATES Mo Mortgage Insurance Charge Compliments of MR. AND MRS. SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL i Chanuka Greetings to All Lang's Service COMPUTE AUTO tE'Aft StKVKf "Hydro-mefic" Trmmtmnuom •epeirod 427 S.W. Ith STIKT Phone Ft 4-3960 Over 23 Yrs. Same Location "Charm for Your Windows" All Types of Cornices Covered or Painted kl COVFJS eed %  lUPHOlSTHY King Company "On. the Trail" 3473 S. W. 8th STREET Phonst HI fi872 TOPS IN CORNICES CUJTOAI AM MUMS ering. Are they tratcrnity hats?" "No,I replied, "they are skull SHST* worn r,h fi a !L aPPCar ed ,0 be genuinely flabbergasted. lYou mean to tell me that you three fellows are reMwous Jews' Here we are send•ng Sputniks and Luniks into e Z&r" God wi,h the 5 Without waiting for our reply the young man. who later mtrol duced h.mself as Nicolai. i£ ready w.th his next question: Where are you from? Amer!V/'No. Israel.' „ e answered in unison. evir d ,h hen p ,he be ran Wh e\er the Russian's views were !" J ew'sh State, were cut short by the pushing and shoving of people making their way back to their seats. "Meet me by the cloakroom when if s over. I want to speak to you." he called, and then disappeared in the crowd by the gilded swinging doors. When the final curtain fall to the roar of a deafening applause, my two colleagues and I instinctively set our white Jerusalem skull caps firmly on our heads and strode out towards the cloakroom. He stood waiting for us, together with a very serious and prim • looking dark, handsome girl. "Take us to your hotel. he said, "and we'll have a drink." Russian towns have few cafes, and it is the common practice to use hotel bars, providing one has the money. Hardly had we sat down when he began: "So you come from Israel, eh?" It appeared that Nicolai had definite views on everything, including Israel. We had. *o,,he told us, a Fascist governJncnt; Ben-Gurion was a reactionary bourgeois: Nasser would make peace tomorrow were it not for the militaristic policies of Israel, and we were citizens of a colonial base of the Western powers. It was during this lively, often heated exchange, that Nicolai told us of his Jewish origins, explaining that his girl friend — who sat silently throughout the two hour discussion — was a Gentile, "and that's how it should be. Furthermore." he concluded "every young Jew in his senses' thinks as I do." Do they' Do all the young Jews in Russia berate the Jewish State, scoff at the Jewish religion and claim an ideological justification for the love of a Gentile girl? There are no statistics telling of the number of young Russian Jews who denounced their post just as there is no numerical record of those youngsters whom I saw standing outside the Moscow synagogue on Yom Kippur listening to the service over loudspeakers. I did not count them but they made up a sizeable crowd. I would like to believe that they represent a different strata of Nicolai's generation. The fact that they did not know how to pray in Hebrew and that many of them had in-stained fingers, having come straight from the class rooms and lecture halls, clearly indicated that they too were products of Soviet education. They stood and listened and understood not a word. And yet their very presence was a silent demonstration. SEASON'S GREETINGS PIZZA PATIO • PIZZA • BARBECUE • FRIED CHICKEN 9495 Bird Rood South Miami CA 1-0741 HOLIDAY GREETINGS PAUL DAVIS SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE Automatic Transmission! Paint & Body Work COMPLETE ONE-STOP Carburetor and Tune-Up 6600 S.W. 62 Ave. S.Miami MO 1-6041 WORLD'S FINEST HIBISCUS MtW I SnCTACULUt VARIITIU Atony Exclusive I RAREST and NEWEST IXORA HYBRID. 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(Friday, December 9. 1960 *• Jewisti fkridlistr Paae 15-B lational Leaders Pose Pivotal Questions : or Teen-Agers to Answer at Conclave Seven national leaders from the fields cf government, literature ind sports Have presented questions for the consideration of the Jelegatee at the seventh annual ?n-age conclave of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The event will take place on Sun (ay noon at Ihe Dupont Plaza ho and is geared to the theme iTeens Seek Their Role — In The Nation and in the World.'" Each of the leaders responded a letter which was sent to them lonths ago asking. "What question you pose to young people lay as the most important one >r their serious consideration?" Over 300 delegates from 30 clubs senior high age, coming to the lonclave from the four branches the Center, will attend workhops to discuss the questions that rere received. These included: President Dwight D. Eienr: "A* a discussion topic for young people, you might lake this sentence from the President's latter to the students of the Republic of Korea, 'For freemutt be served as well as [soughf." President-elect John F. Kenledy: "I am most interested in the, reactions and views of your young jple to my 'Peace Corps' pro-1 osal." Vice President Richard M iixon: "What may as I as an inlividual American do to see that goals enuciated in the preamble the Constitution are extended for ic full enjoym'ent of all men?" Gov. LeRoy Collins: "A quesion along this line would be appropriate — the great need for a full understanding of the individual itizen's responsibilty for partippation in government, polities public affairs. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt: "What arc the values that you consider Hie most important In life?" also be workshops on the following subjects: "Are Teen Morals Changing?" "Religion in the Public Schools." "leens and Their Home Life." 'Teens and Judaism." "De-I veloping New Leadership and Sharing Responsibility." and "Club Pro-; gram -and Community Serviee." LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE • Norman Cousins: "It might j Following the workshops, the •>e productive for your group to i conclave will come to a close with Jiscuss how the individual can be, a dance. Co-chairmen are Bunny serving the cause of Goldberg and Morris Rothberg. •vorld peace." • Roy Campanella: "What formative plans trm you making in educational, social and recreational life to assume your role as a respected citizen of our great country?" Staff eoorinator is David Eskenazi. director of the Miami Y.MHA Branch. The day's program will open with a general delegate luncheon. The keynote speaker will be Mayor Robert King High. Following the in ten different workshops, organized around the subject matter as presented by the leaders There will NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY U1VEN that thundersigned, desiring % %  engeigf 1 In business under the fictitious name ol SIIHKRY'*' KROArtTKD CHICKEN al IC6I Alien Road, Miami Beach, HorIda intend* to register mid name with till< "I. rt, ,.| Ih. I'm.ill Court of Bad** Count). Florida. BRON BROASTED, IXC. bj : Tl dor* M. Trushln, President Bl I:NI:TT |:< HM Attorneyfot Bron Broa* ed, in. 12 %  • !•: -s: ---• %  LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51327 C IN RE: Estate of HARRY \ SIM. IN. l lecea -• %  i NOTICE TO CREDITORS' To All Credltora and All Persons Havgathering, the youth will participate I E?ta'<.-""" '"" D !" m **' **"" 4 S \ on are hereby notified and required to present any claim* and dem m.lwhich you maj have .mainst the estate '•f HARRT A. WIMON deceased late ol fade I'oiintv, Florida, t.. ihe County Judges % %  Dads County, and rt )•the same in their office* in the Count) Courthouse in Dade C ity. iflorlda, within eight calendar months from fie'late of the fir.-t publication hereof, or the same will l.e barred 1*1 SEYMOUR I SIMON /a/ THKI.MA BIRNBERO Minion MayandCrundwens Attorneys 801 Atnsley l'.uilding Miami 32. Florida. 1L' 9-lt-tl-JO NOTICE Dorothy London and Larr) London ire if longer associated with Rellg• "ill.* Is aof Novemls | : 'i. M. F, i-oiMii.un and Eleanoi Founi.ii:i .itni Marvin Kovalc and Enid Nn\:ik at. .-..!•owners "f Religious Pro.lllc I-. ...ii.-.i Saturday, November Si 12 %  .-lii.-j::%  :•. Exec's Father Passes Away Samuel E Hutner, of New York City, 81. a retired dress manufacturer, passed away last week He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Arnold Perlstein. of Miami, and a son, Dr. Cyril Hutner, of Woodbridge. N. Y. Mrs. Perlstein is director of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY IIVEN thai The ull'ler.siKnt-,1. il.--iuiil; to engage in business ander the fictitious name of PARK APARTMENTS al J1SO-40 Park Avenue. Z435-4ii Washington Court, Miami Beach, intends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida -MCKRAY QREENE, Trustee II '2', 12 8--16 Jai-Alai Season Opens in Dania An improved $4,000,000 Dania Jai-Alai Palace opens its eighth j season of championship play on Monday evening. President Roy A. McAndrews has improved the physical aspects of the Palace, as well as adding five 1 new players to the well-balanced roster, already the be-t in jai-alai NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that 'he undersigned, desiring to enKai:*In business under Ihe fictitious nan..'of SKI,.MA S RESORT WEAR and SELMA'S SPORTSWEAR and BPORTSVTEARb) BELMAal It* Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Kla Intends to register said names with th.Clerk of the Oroult Court "f Dade County, Florida. I .1 KANTER 26 I Incoln Road, Miami Beach TALIANI IFF .v WALLER Attorneys for I .' Kantet 2 -l6-SS-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the un I desiring to engagi It buslnet name ol Ll'BARI JEWELERS at -.'•' %  L Re id, Miami Beach Intends to n with the i "lei k "i (hi '' reult < 'ourl "' I ide C inly, Fli %  Ida THE NEW YORK JEWE1 I'.Y CORP la F"u Corp. i SHIRLEY Wi (LI F Alt"' %  io!n Road 16-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. TO-C 11217-B ADELAIDE HANSEN, Plaintiff, \ i, ARTHUR HANSEN, Defi ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO ARTHUR HANSEN e/o J. Van der Bpek in Dartmouth street, \\ \ ckoff, New Jet %  Von ARTHUR HANSEN are hereb) notified that a Bill of Complaint foi Divorce has been Wad against you, j and >"u are required to serve a com' of your An>w,-r "i Pleading t" the Bill of fi.mplaint ..n the plaintiff'* Attorney, STONE and BITTEL. 103 In.his trial National Bank Building IS Weal Hi HI i 12, !•" irl .i the original A iiwer or Plead tig In the j offii .of tl" Cei k •• the Circuit Cout I -n .-I before the sth day "i Jan IM1. If you fall to do %  •. Judgment b) default III be taki i >u f"i led in the BUI of ComThi* notk • %  -I; ill i"' i'ii!'' %  •a ;h Week for t' u n THK JEWISH FMHUD1AN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, i.h 5th da) % %  '' Al'. i %  i: B I EATHERMAN. rierk, Circuit Court. I •.. It Ci F lorlda [aeal) B) K. M LYM \N, I ieputy Clerk KT >NE .v BITTEL .-. ind %  inal Bank Bldg M "i 12, F ( Attorney* for Plaintiff I i • ft i Mt CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 60C1I899 '•KNTUAI. SAVINliS BANK IN THR CITY nl-NKW YORK, .. New V huukiug cojporatlon, I'l.uiitlfi. v* JAMES IKA'NKi.IN AN''Ki:s .ui.l I'll Alll.i n'l'i: i: \.\ I n;i..~. ii .. Ivirnaanis NOTICE TO APPEAR I'c JAMES FRANKLIN ANDRES ami I'llAltl-l'TiK •: AND .~ HI-, i Mate ( Urantord, t'oni YOU ARE HEREBY .OTII that B sun in ••'! 111) .. against yujl l>) CENTRAL SAVIN .s II v.NK IN THK CITY OF NEW 1 in the rin ull Co u I ol thi Blei %  n h i idlel d i In ull n and I i;.. in i !hancei %  ami you an immoneil, "i "• red and re to ill-your wrltte .. %  di i" the complaint filed herein an \..,l in the ao n la il fflce "f Ho %  '.•-ik of the i' Court in and for I 'Odi I 'ount) I irlda, at the Courthou*e in Miami, !• % % %  f mi or before the 9th da) of January, i i!"ii. and to eat• • cop) ol i iww or defenaa upon IA\II> i' CA1 BM A N Plaintiff'* attorney, hare n, w'boee addrea* la mil r r at l"! Hast Flagler Street, Miami 32, Florida, "" ... before .--1>I date, ..required b) the Law* "i Florida, li you fall i" >i" -o, a decree nt nfeaao ^iii be em igalnat you foi the rellel demanded In the complaint. You .ii. further notified thai ti" aalui."i s.iui aull is •." forerios" a mortgage encumbering the followlng-dea. rlbed propert) lo-u it U.I B, Bloek J, CARtlL <'IT\ GARDBNS, at rd ng to the i-'nt thereof, recorded In Plat Bo !§• 131, of the public r ri '"' I'ade Count). Florida: which said foreclosure action has W-en bmught in the above-*tyled Court WITNESS m^ hand as Clerk "t the I'ii-.uit Courl of Dad* Count) Ftorldi and the neal ol said Co irt. at .Miami. Dade County. Fli •' !i *M of December, II K B I.KVTIIKI'MAN. i 'lerk of the Circuit i t of |i a d • Co nil) Pi %  ,.,,,li By: K M I.VMAN. I I. iutj Her DAVID P '' \ .'.-MAN in, it—r at '. •' %  E I Miami .: Fla Chanuka To Greetings All PER ANNUM Insured & Guaranteed AGAINST LOSS FOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER! DOUBLE your savings income now • All investments 100% insured by a state approved Insurance Co. duly qualified under the Honda Mortgage Guaranty Insurance law. • All investments completely guaranteed. • You receive monthly payments, HI MA) • Account servicing without cost to you. VV -J • All insurance premiums paid by us. X^i^ National Mortgage Guaranty Co. INSURED AND GUARANTEED INVESTMENTS IrnihieA i e M0fl ... %  %  % %  -%  %  -%  | |SrTlVNZLVoVo^Gu'AMNVco'rM'sUNCOLN ROAD J MIAMI ifACH. FLORIDA .ADDRESS | ,PHONE J Income *1aa. %  NAME %  CITY I ft NerMa lrilt>H O.'y IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 51142-C IN RE Eetati of LOUIS MEYERS l >, ceaeed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti. All Creditor* and All Peraont Hat ing Claima or Demand* Against Mid ESatata: You, and earh of you anI notified -md required t" preaenl any Claims and demand* whleh you, "i either "f you, may pavi against th.. state of LOUIS METERS di late ol Dade County, FUirida. to UH Honorable County Judge* of Dade County, and fife the same In theli office* In the Count] CourthouBe in Dade County, Florida, within etuin calendar months from the data •>' the %  iri-t publication hereof Bald i.inuor demand* i" contain the legal ddreai of ih* elalmant and to be ti. ami presented J> aforesaid, or sjm ,1 i'i be bat red. ft • %  *• ,,: the IMS Pr ibate Act Date Decem 5, A !• IM Ml) Tt>N R WANNHEIMER A* Executor of the i.i-t will and Testament of LOL'IH Mi'^ BRB Deci KOVNBR • afANNHEIMER Attorneys for Executor ^ ^ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51208-C RE Bet it.% %  < DAVID B. WRIOHT, NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. AM Creditor* ind Ml Person* Haying Claims IT Demand* Agmlnat BBM You .11. %  hereby notified :>>"i raqulred t.. present any claim* and demands which you ma) have against DAVID B Wlll.lHT ,1-eeased %  II\|IK County, Florida, t" the ,' %  „„ .1 lige* of Dad* County, and file the same in their offices In the courthouse In Dad* t ounty. i.i, within eight calendar month* ,l,e date nf the fir*t publication hereof, or th* *am wl" be barred. bSCAR Wll.l'K WliiCltl'. i:\eoutor EDWARD H l.KVIN Atti.rne> fur Kxecutur 1S02 Congre** Iluildlng Miami st Florida CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I'i. ALL TO WH. i.\l 1 ilKSK PRESENTS SHALL Ci iMK, tIREET SOS IVheras I oris Ht'lMA" PLORIDA DOROTHY T MONDRBfl, MIAMI. II..II.I. IA bl ;'..M. MAN. MIAMI, KLuRlDA Mth d.i' ol • tetol %  A '. %  It -. to be incorporated un le>i 11 pt i>> ..( Chapter 8i x l irl ... Stal XI i RD i "Kl'i IRATII >N B, with anrlnchjial place % %  ( buslnee* kl MIAMI. DAI >E C" il'NTV. in III..i Plorlda, and wherea* the fleers '.i su< i corporation did on tlie 10th da\ of No\ r A.D .,, be filed In ii ff I the .tat \ of State ol l a dub authenticated resolution adopted b) the stockhol i. proi i Ions of said Chapter 60*. r Maine.-, ihawlng the dlaaolutlon of such corporation. Now, therefore, t ti— Becretar; State does hereb) certify to the foregolni and thai he Is satisfied that the iviimi.-m.nl* of la nave been comI* WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto %  I m) hand an b i ^-affixed th.. Qreat Seal -< th* of Florida, T ; n Capltal, tin* the TlllltTiii.'li da) of NOVEMBER, A.D IMO iseal) R A GRAY, Secret iry ol •' %  : IN lS/-i4-js, H' CERT.FICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TH \l I. TO WHOM THESE SENTS SHALL foMK. OREFTnN Whereaa, HAROLD FRIEDMAN, MIAMI. FLORIDA CHARLES I.KVKN THAI. M 1 A M I 1l. I'.I I • ,\. KATHLEEN WTOLFINOTON, MIAMI, FLORIDA dlfl on th. "' ember, A.D ated un ler the pro Islons eral oorporal ol [?**> Klorlda. BAHAMAS ADVENT! RES, INC a • MIAMI, l 'AI'I. i ilNTY. in the Stati ol i Ihe l [hold notation ih: ber \ i>. IW i s %  • try State of Plot lila, i du s authet resolution adopt, d b) the %  Ion Florida Statutes, showing the dissolution of such coruoratlon. N ,w, therefor.-, the Secretary of state doe* %  • • b) certlf) lo th* going and th it he l* satlafli i thai the lequlremenu of Ian hav* keen com''"'"IN'IVITNI-SS WHBRBfjr, I have hereunto sel mj hand an 1 have affixed the Qreat Baal of the btate of Florida, at Tallahasse.-. the Capital, thi* the FIFTH day of December, A.D R. A CKAY. (aeal) Becratarj of state 1J/J 00 S V eff 0A S/s '. on s s> 0ade Federal JAVINGS md LOAN ASSOCIATION d MIAMI Otit 'ttOftCf S EXCEED 160 maw* ^



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Page 6-A • Jen isf fkriMMJ Friday, December 9, TrY! NEED MORE LOVE AND I ESS HATE .' Gov. Collins: Soft Spoken Idealist •Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins Mill receive the Leonard L. Al Human Relatiom Award in q ial cererr.onir s Saturday evening at the Diplomat hotel. Presentation will be made at a function launching -jio 2o;h anniversary celebration estabi :.t of the Fior the Anti-Defam; i B'nai B'ruh. The League spoils annually through thi i :i> < f Leonard L. Abess, met the Florida region, it indudi • i plaque and a contributi m of $1,C00 earmarked | r :• -(arch in inrergroup relatiom. A birthday hrints man to the very threshold of -one and twenty," hia majority age ,i the ADL is enti rity here, so is the South, too. And no man can be said to have contributed more significantly to the Sooth's "20th birthday," to the harbinger of a new Southern era, than Gov. Collins. The threshold of maturity to which he led his state has brought Florida away from extremism, fear and hat* — all hallmarks of immaturity — to the patience, understanding, and communal peace which mark the true adult. "I believe very deeply that I represent every man. woman and child in this state as their flovernor. whether that person is black or white, whether that person is rich or poor, or whether (hat person is influential or not influential. A governor, if he's worth his salt, has a $eep responsibility for all the people, and J leel that responsibility." These are the words of Gov. Collins This is the attitude of, the man toward his stewardship the man who has helped Florida and oihrr peace-loving South) ni cemmuni, r to the ad men) I maturity. While the SMte of \ n 1 with "massive against the 1 te supreme :. in the -ad Little !: ck, an.1 lo \< Orwhen the public • >%  in h re .:: Fli sk g( |ov. Collins declared: "l: I .: rebellion and anarch) to su I that any •.inline (it of a lion of tin l mi. d Stati Court the hlte imust) face up to the fact that the Negro does not have now equal opportunities, that he is morally and legal!) entitled to progress more rapidly, and that a lull -owl faith effort should he made forthwith to help him mo\e forward in the improvement of all his standards Thus did Gov. Collins deliver his 1957 inaugural address. Two years later, with the legislature steaming toward the passage of race bills, including some that would effectuate the closing of Florida's public schools, the Governor provided this moral leadership and firm direction: "Mo legislature of any state," he reasoned, "can say the decision of the United States Supreme Court is null and void. I have never contributed any moral value to a lie. There is no moral value to a defiance of this niture | certainly would never approve the abolishing of any public school anywhere, although there are some people who would actually encourage abolition of our public schools to maintain SepTraarion," This is the brand of Gov Collect, principled and mend talk Whi % %  : ini broke through t.'ie South. Gov. Col lins | th. adiur %  I H m< i friends, ;ii i irmed the right of a to pause I i in dignity — -'or.' that did • color of his skin i nj part men! other than its restaurant. In man] -t.mces ot pre idice, he ha. ill) fairly and d rectly, ..it: the i 11 menl to the Antl Defamation League that I unc.ions would not De in Id at places of puhlic accommodation whose guest policies are restrictive on the ground of :jn. The free public school system of Florida and the children now occupying its classrooms, as well as the unseen pupils yet to visit them for the first time, are incalculably indebted to Gov. Collins — this quiet man with the firm resolve and unabashed love of the moral way. "We need more reason and less emotion. We need more love and less hate. Wo need more work and effort and less talk and lest demonstration We've got to have men with now eras in their brains. We've got a state to build. We've got a nation to save. And we've 9t a God to servo." SAIL THE BIGGEST & BEST! The ONL.Y 1007o, Air-Conditioned Cruise Ship to NASSAU Overnight Teachers Invited To Beth Am Public school teachers of Temple Beth Am's children will be special guests at the annual Chanuka can Idlelight service Friday. Dec 16 at 8:15 p.m. Participating in the service will be the voices of 100 children joining the volunteer Temple choir. On Sunday evening, the two choirs, under the direction of Mrs Herbert M. Baumgard. and featur ing Cantor Charles Kodner as solo ist, will present Chanuka music, some of which has never been heard here before. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz discusses with Lt. Norman Rebalskv cf Homestead Air Base, the forthcoming breakfast "o be soon *ored by toe Temple Men's Club in the newly X Socfal Ha j cf Temple Menorah. Forty airmen and their famiheTw 11 be ?, Ue R ?h J empl Men0mh Mens Club < Sunday morninq It. Rebalsky is chairman of the Jewish Activities cLup a"The miiitary installation. Mrs. Rebalsky looks on. Menorah to Host Airmen Sunday Temple Menorah Men's Club, un ckr the leadership of Robert F. Bloch. this week announced the formation of a series of monthly breakfasts beginning Sunday morning. Discussion on current problems with prominent guest speakers %  ill te followed by the traditional •'bagels and lox." First in the series will be in honor of Jewish airmen stationed at the Homestead Air Force Base Wore than 40 airmen and their fam ilies will be guests of honor at the initial breakfast. Lt. Norman Rebalsky, chairman of the Jewish Activities Group at the military installation, t-as planned the morning'* pro i*m with Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti, spiritual leader or Temple Menorah, and Bloch. Rabbi Abramowiti will lead the discussion group in a presentation of "Modern Maccabees." to be followed by an open forum. In charge of arrangements are Ben Alter, Bloch. Lester Goldberg. Herbert Kaplan. A. Louis Mechl^ wiU, Bob Shumau and Sol WOKNext general meeting of the Men's Club will take place on Tuehday evening in the Social Hall. The program will feature the Eastern Air Line Talent Show. Leaders to View Adult Education How to implement the adult Jewish education program of B'nai B'rith will be discussed Monday at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Rabbi R. Leon Hurwil? -piritual louder ol Temple /..mioni. is B'nai B'rith chairman for the Slate of Florida, .lack M Kink, president of the South Florida Council of Men s Dodges; and Mrs. Albert Olifant and Mrs. Jane Robinson are CO ordinating the program for the lodges and women's chapters. Faculty of the program-includes I representatives from each ot the 24 adult groups here, who will conduct monthly seminars on topics pertinent to adult Jewish education at each meeting of their respective organizations. Tie program is B'nai Brith's newest, established in 1954 as a regular division of the Supreme lodge Annual Dinner Party Annual dinner psrtv will be h< Ul Sunday, 6 p.m.. in the Social Hull of Miami Hebrew Congregaiion 1101 SW 12 ave. IRAVHING' '— ~~*3!5£~ ^ SHArV UiAW ll/AVH WRVIU Inc BAHAMA STAR Every Monday & Friday (5 PM | 3-Day All-Expense Cruise from J (Includes 3 nights, 8 meals aboard • Ship is your h )tel) We welcome comparison! Check these features offered by the largest, most luxurious cruise ship sailing from Miami! Delicious gourmet food • Cajtsin'j cocktail party • Native calypso entertainment • Dancing to ship's orchestra • Recreational activities • Hot water in every room • Stopovers alluwtd • Ship docks in heart of Nassau. Write today for folder giving full details! EASTERN SHIPPING CORP.'S Pier 3, Miami • Phone FR 3-8311 or see your travel agent Open weeKdavs until 5 30 PM Sundays 10 AV b PM AIR TRANSPORTATION HAPPY CHANUKA Whose words? The words of Gov. LeRoy Collins, who has brought this state to its moral majority while placing himself on deposit as pan payment on his prayer To him goes the annual Leonard L. Abess Award in Human Relations of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith on Saturday evening, as the League celebrates its own "coming of age." rYerfcteteme MM SO N.w T.Hi T.I A... 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'cg +JelsHkrk*c>r Friday. December 3 To All ... A Most Happy Chanuka ATLANTIC MILLWORKS A. B. CLARK 7636 NE 4th COURT Phone PL 8-6763 SEASON'S BEST TO ALL MONARCH SIGN & SIGNAL CO., INC. TRAFFIC STREET REAL ESTATE & INDUSTRIAL SIGNS also POSTERS, BUMPER STRIPS, DECALS, DISPLAYS We Welcome Any Order # Large or Small Call PL 7-5763 370 NE 62nd ST. TO ALL GREETINGS WEST DIXIE CLINICAL LABORATORY COMPLETE LABORATORY FACILITIES Hormone Tests Health Cards Marriage Certificates 24 HOUR SERVICE SE HABLA ESPANOL JOSE CARTAYA, M.T.D. DIRECTOR 12990 W. Dixie Highway, No. Miami PL 9-0391 ALLPHASE SALES & SERVICE, INC. $ll$ • SHVICE • RENTALS NEW & USED EltCTR.C MOTOtS GENERATORS POWB '-ANTS REWIND • REPAIR • IESUIID PCT./ER TOOL FDial PL 4-4847 Nights Dial PL 4-1978 5431 NW 2nd AVENUE To An Cnano.a Greetings ALL-RITE TOOL & DIE CORPORATION Tools Dies Mods Cavit.es & Special Tools 1099 E. 47th ST, Hialeah Phone MU 5-3431 GREETIN NOLAN TRANSFER & STORAGE PROMPT SERVICE SPECIAL STORAGE RATES 572 NW 72nd ST. Call PL 9-0797 SEASON'S BEST WISHES PETILLO AIR CONDITIONING "WE TAKE PRIDE IN SERVICE" 19944 NW 2nd Ave. NA 1-2824 GREETINGS TO ALL \ll I K-ltl II I CONST. CO. MIAMI Phone TU 7-7347 EVENINGS & WEEKENDS CALL TU 7-0814 BROWARD COUNTY IU 1-3102 Jabotinsky's Vision of a Viable Israel By MENACHEM BEGIN The Dimmer of 5.700. in the civil year Ol LMO Tot the -econd time in half a jubilee of rears, the lights were dimmed in Europe. Bill H was upon Israel that the blackest of nights defended, when 3 (to a%> Ban no) leak to overwhelm, but to annihilate, plunged thousands upon lb >"%  and> of bracTl sons into the direst straits and oppressed Hum. enslaved them and tortured them, making them H dust in their live. — ard ashes in their death. In those days, a blood-strangled cry such a* had not been heard created man. and man cleft the heavens. And in the midt of this cry there from the ghettoes and the forests s shu lde ing of despair Whj did at "•''• listen to Jabotin Bt-i when the masseof the Houl I n the brink of the ipice, he had appeared before them — not as a prophet of catastrophe, but as a herald of salvation, as a guide to safety Before them all he exerted himself mightily to re-cue them from the abyss in order to lead them — in advance of the two-edged haven of safety. But they, misled haven of safety. But they misled by their leaders, took no notice And later, in their anguish, they remembered and cried out — and there was no longer anyone to answer them. This article mar^j the 80th anntversary of tht noted Rrvmonut leader Ze ev (Vladomr) JabotinJ(-' Around /abotiniI(\ has tu'irled a maelstrom of controversy, both during his life at after hi death. The author of tht article. Menachem Begin is. himself, a principal center of contenturn in hn capacity as leader of Isratl'i comervatnt Hrrut Part\ ABBOTT ELECTRIC, Inc. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL Wiring — Repairs Alterations of All Kinds MOO North Miami Annul PHONE FB 3-6214 HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL ART'S NURSERY AND LANDSCAPE CO. 990 N.E. 79th St., Miami Phone: PI 7-2557 Harvey Ool.itein %  •rail Sc/tvan HOLIDAY GREETINGS BAKER'S Miami Carpet Cleaning Co. 120 N.W. 25th St. Phone FR 4 2921 JOHN A. BAKER, Owner Crvaicr M.itni'i Oldrtt t Ijrgtlt A Happy Chanuka to All Our Friends and Patrons Jim Wood Land Clearing 3085 N.W. 54th STREET Ph. NE 5-6102 uiv jAMriwsxr ...SMI it •• freak s*rs*Krr The 29th of Tammuz. 5700 — corresponding to the 3rd of August. 1940. On that day. while the caged and subjected masses raised their eyes to him from afar, the great heart, satuated with love and anxiety, were stilled, and those eyes that had seen better than those of any other man of his generation, were closed forever. For us. for his disciples who had learned a doctrine from his lips, who had poured out witsj on his hands, who had accimti-| nied him in his wanderings mil seen him in his tribulations, ttl had been Rosa Betar, president,! commander, teacher. But above all. he was the au| who gave us hope. And when til was no longer — and this wiithtl first thought that entered our innermost beings —hope itself went I with him. How could we live with-1 out him? How eould ue find Jhi SEASON'S GREETINGS GOLDEN NUGGET Resort Motel HERBERT LODGE 18600 COLLINS AVENUE Phone Wilson 7-1445 To All Season's Greetings J. W. EWALT KENNEL Racing at Biscayne and Flagler Dog Tracks Miami, Florida -iHOLIDAY GREETINGS SANDY SWEPDLIN, General Mgr. AMERICAN AIR TAXI, Inc. CHARTER — AIR CARGO — AIR AMBULANCE Phone: Miami — NEwton 5-0624 FAST Dependable SERVICE Serving All Areas from Miami International Airport FINE FURNITURE AND CABINETS MADE TO ORDER ALL KINDS and GRADES of PLYWOOD CUT to ORDER FORMICA MICARTA PLYWOOD CENTER 180 N.W. 25th Street Phone FR 3-6583



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Friday, December 9, I960 l v .o trouble of ever reading the Books of the Maccabees, or pay attention to the reign ofW Hasmoneans fr iSe sons of Vlattathias ilcahst-l (he Temple in .iiTusalem and drove out the enemy from ihe land of Israel Charp^, here, is ., gay holiday, cin-iSptad wuh "( Inmika-a^k," r.irljinj;. going perhaps to the (haruika Festival for Israel in Madison Square Garden. Still, the theme of heroism must also inspire the American Jew, as it; does the Israeli. The Jew in Israel calls himself — although not fublicly — the modern Macand the history of Israel (luring the past thirteen years is loquent evidence of the justice of this label. This, too. is why the isradis in the kibbutzim, on the hind, in the factories, in the Net'.'V. in newly built Beer.sheba, in Eilat, and in the Galilee, walk with such pride and, even arrofnrue. They are living history and they feel — again, with justice — that the achievements of the MacI were no more impress;e than their own. .What is more, Israel Is full of Jews from Europe who survived the concentration and extermination camps, as well as Israelis who fought the Arabs and who experienced the loss of family members in that fight. Thus, they all walk proudly in Zion and thus fhere is peace, and not unrest, in Zion. American Jews are aware, too, not only of the Maccabees of Judah's time, but of the accomplishment of the Maccabees of Israel. They accept the Maccabee concept easily, without strain. And they are aware of other degrees and kinds of heroism, for they have been subjected to an enormous barrage of books — novels, documentaries, an atmosphere for heroism, and so Chanuka moves forward among the holidays, not backward. It is not +Jmisii Her idian Page 7-D Speaker of Israels Knesset, Kadish Luz. is pictured above (right) with an ORT student, who takes time out to discuss the work he is doing. Visiting the ultra-modern Syngalowski Vocational Center near Tel Aviv, which was built by Women's American ORT, Luz declared that "ORT projects make an important contribution to the development of the individual. In this development lies the key to the advancement of Israel's economy." different for a Jew — be he American or Israeli — to identity with a holiday which stresses military victories and heroism. For example, John Hersey's •The Wall," a best-selling book and now a hi! play, is terribly sad, and yet it ends on a defiant note, just enouph defiance to suggesi heroism. The pile of books about Jewish heroes and survivors — in Elie Wiesel's "Night," in Andre Schwarz Bart's "The Last of the Just," in Meyer Levin's "Eva" — these all help us to build in our own minds a realization that ours has been a heroic age, even if i: has been a bloody and disastrous one. Heroism, then, is what we most admire, and it has been prominent in our era. Thus, we equate Chanuka with adventure, with accomplishment in the face of odds and even death in the face of a cruel enemy. GRfETING'S HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT N.W. 78th Street at 7th Avenue The Best of Foods — With Friendly Service Air Conditioned — Popular Prices — Ample Parking 1 GREETINGS ENDURANCE FLOOR CO.JNC. "FLOOR COVERING CONTRACTORS" Residential & Commercial 13900 NW 7th AVE. Ph. MU 1-4923 FOR REST AND RELAXATION AT YOUR FAVORITE FURNITURE STORE • E. B. MALONE MATTRESS CO. BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON JO TILE RALPH TORRES 241 Pan American Bank Bldg. 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[Friday. Sacnnber 9. I960 "keen converted, had been brought Maro ,h ,"" quisition as a heretie in IMK JY De,ore ,n e In-. ^Jmisii ncridfor) t •n Service of Cod His father had never revealoH h!? -. because he did not want his son L L nf rma,lon any perO. However, in view of h, s H* ? P ed ,0 be told bim^ whatever heVnew 0 r, h S p ? Cmen,S ether essential to the salvation of his soul • The young man married and hai a -—— but did not revea, h.s true reU^ Jist tZ child. Subsequently, he attempted to convert his older sister, Isabel, uho was a sp i„ rter and de vout Catholic. She, however, wa's shock d upt learnmg of the heresy of her younger brother Ss sister remained unswerved in her devotion ,o C thohcism and she pleaded with him, "not to oer ro^t^Tat. e ss • f orshesawthere nthe ^ Ignorant of what an earlier martyr Rahhi Ak.ba had said 1,600 years pr.or there,o'andwh, would be said 150 years later by anchor martyr Nathan Hale, he told her that "even if he had w thousand lives, he would gladly lose them in the service of the living God." When Isabel saw she could not bring about a change, she told another sister. Donna Felipa Maldon.de, who advised Isabel to reveal all to her confessor. His sister, the devout Catholic, reported all this to her priest at confession, who told her she had to notify the chief authorities of the Holy Office and she appeared before them." Donna Felipa also appeared, -in the gorgeous robes of the society of Jesus and deposed against her brother, repeating all that she had heard from her sister, liabeJ." Among the detailed informalion she gave was that her brother, "observed the Jewish feasts and fasts, put on a clean shirt on the Sabbath, etc." Francisco Maldonado De Silva was arrested in 1627 and incarcerated until 1639 when he was finally burnt at the stake. For over 11 years, the church did all in its power to reconvert him to Christianity. Fifteen disputations and debates were had between him and leading Catholic authorities and theologians during the years 1627 and 1633. He remained unconvinced of any error and took the affirmative in attempting to prove to his op ponents that they were wrong. He adopted the name, Eli Nazaveno. He reported how he had circumclzed himself, ?a'fourT a ESre,,: miie in prison > would fas,'!!,,!? 34he f a,t d >< %  80 days, breaking the ( -thTn^u^arLt,^ ^ ^ ** %  hu S k A s f, fr nm hi S h COnValeSCCnCei he ***** ,0 c'lect subsM, f 1 C rn f r which he had kl as a !" I TLZ ead He wd ,he ** "<* "' ? contriverTf arepc o ul f and "somehow hK cen • H/H? h mSelf ,hr Ugh an *"*• but ra .L n0t SCCk escapc from the jail awa tin C r 'i"r ^ S"" 1 where ,hcr *• tual v Ln ', St ; en8,hCnCd lheir for,i,ude a "d "ac tually converted two Catholics to Judaism one accused of bigamy, the other, a friar, of breakmg his vows of celibacy." g George H. 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