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The Jewish Floridian ( December 23, 1960 )

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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UW/Tr and THE iWISH WEEKir [Volume 33 — Number 52 Miami, Florida, Friday, December 23, 1960 Two Sections — Price 20* iami Faces Major Challenge as CJA Starts NATIONAL UJA GOAL $72,740,000 Community Maturity and Responsibility Face Test In Federation 1961 Drive Klutznick New UJA Greater Miami Jewry this week launched a massive effort to raise &f fund* for its number one philanthropy, the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal. Calling attention to the all-important nature of this years fund drive, general chairman Joseph M. Lipton said: %  Every' thoughtful Jewish man and woman in Dade county real-* iZCS ^ h y .K their commU x L y n W "mpaign vice-chairmen to assist stands at the crossroads. They can njm ln the (ask of organizi ma ch008 t *h ,y f 'f !" and ior divisions: Judge Irving Cvpen. fin Da* HH^t HP give CJA their total, all-out supErnei Janjs Sla 8 n c '^ U/7 A Gil C//7d l/O/l port or. thty can conduct a and Jonn ^ b = .. Herut Demands Knesset Session port or. trfty car. conduct a and John ^^ A sQ nam d g "business as • usual campaign -vice-chairman was Mrs. Morris which does not provide minimal service to their families and their neighbors." Lipton waa joined by Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and other local religious and welfare leaders in an appeal to the entire Jewish population to perticipate in the vital campaign which provides financial suport for 57 health and welfare beneficiaries at home and overseas. Setting a precedent in early planning was the appointment of chairman Lipton in June of this year, at the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. It was the first time In the history of the Combined Jewish Appeal that a general campaign chairman took orer the big job a full six months prior to the opening of the drive. Lipton immediately named five Goodman, general chairman of the Women's Division campaign. Among other top jobs assigned many months before the drive opening were: Samuel N. Friedland. chairman of Pacesetters; A. J. Harris and Julian Weinkle. co-chairmen of Initial Gifts; Carl Susskind, chairman of the Trades and Professions Council; A. J. Molasky and Joseph Rose, co-chairmen of j Miami Beach Residents; Judge Continued on Page 5-A JERUSALEM—(JTA — In an unprecedented action, the right wing Herut Party demanded this week an urgent closed-door session of the Knesset. Israel's parliament, to ciscuss "the reasons and circumstances" in the resignation of Brig. Gen. Chaim Laskov as Israel Chief of Staff. Under Knesset rules, when such a request bears the signature of at least ten Knesset members, as this one did, it requires automatically a closed-door session for a procedural discussion on whether there should be an open or closed debate on the issue. Yohanan Bader. the Herut deputy who offered the motion, said the move followed a refusal by the chairman of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Security Commission, without taking a vote, to permit a committee discussion on Gen. Laskov's resignation. NATIONAL UJA '61 KJCKOFF SET FOR mi A m BEACH In a swift follow-up of the 23rd annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal held in New York City last weekend. Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman. UJA executive vice chairman, announced that the UJA already was completing plans for a powerful 1961 campaign kickoff at its National Inaugural Conference to be held at the Americana hotel in Miami Beach on Feb. 5. UJA's newly-elected general chairman. Philip M. Klutznick. of Park Forest, III. will take a leading role in the planning and activities of the forthcoming national UJA gathering. Rabbi Freidman add.J Kennedy Names Goldberg As New Secretary of Labor General Chairman NEW YORK—(W'NS)—Adoption of a fixed goal of S72.740.000 for 1961, coupled with the election of Philip M. Klutznick as general chairman, highlighted the closing session of the three-day national conference of the United Jewish Appeal. Unanimous approval of a fixed goal by the 1,500 delegates who attended the parley marked the first time in eight years that the UJA has set for itself a goal in advance. The fixed goal of 572,740,000 was approved at the behest of UJA leaders who stressed that the sum represented the "irreducible amount" needed by the UJA-finar.ced agencies next year. In his acceptance speech. Klutznick told the parley that the "United Jewish Appeal has been and remains the supreme communal activity in American Jewish life." He urged American Jewry to reach the 1961 goal of the UJA, declaring that "imaginative and vigorous new ways must be found to help us .> ealize our goal." Earlier, at a dinner session, Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeler of New York hailed Israel's progress and the efforts of the United Jewish Appeal. The Governor said that the "pro gress of Israel goes hand in hand with the progress of democracy, with the advance of peace and freedom," and that "as we contribute to the strength of Israel, we contribute to the strength of the free world." UJA's aid to resettlement of homeless people in freedom, the Governor asserted, "helps PNIUP M. KLUTZNICK WASHINGTON (JTA) President-elect John F. Kennedy has announced the appointment of Arthur J. Goldberg. Chicago-born labor lawyer, as Secretary of Labor The appointment puts two Jews into a United States Cabinet for the first time in American history Senator Kennedy previously had chosen Go" Abraham Rib.coff of Connecticut as his Secretary of Health. Education and welfare. The Secretary of Labor nomine, has been sp.ci.f counsel of the American F.derat.on of Labor o£L of industrial Organizations since 1*48 and he .s also general counsel for the United Steelworkers of America. The 52-year-old labor law expert la known as a friend of Israel. He recently accepted appointment as chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Histadrut Development Foundation, an American organization established to help Israel's Labor Federation. He is a member of Temple Sinai here. The new Cabinet appointee is a graduate of Northwestern University and is a member of the Amereiations. He served as a major in elation. He served as a major m the US Army during World War II. Soviet Jewry Visit Possible PARIS— (JTA) — Daniel Mayer, who served as president of the Conference on the Status of Soviet Jewry here last September, met last week with Sergei Vinogradov. the Soviet Ambassador to France, with whom Mayer discussed the situation of Soviet Jews. The meeting was officially described as "very friendly and cordial." Mr Mayer, who was accompanied by Jacques Nante. a Catholic writer who served as rapporteur for the September confer] ence drew the Soviet envoy's at-1 tenti'on to the resolutions passed at, the conference dealing with dis-, crimination against Jews in the. USSR. tu J Mr Maver also expressed to the i envoy the anxiety felt in liberal, : groups throughout the world over the situation of Soviet Jews. The possibilities of a visit by Mayer and other leaders to the Soviet Imon wai raised at the meeting. Continued on Page 2-A Of iCThtmiarantt By John F. Kennedy TV 7-*4 Israel Hon. lines iw •%  %  • __ § W% ==r ^7^u ^fTRAmh. is Concerned Over Effect of Report onies it Has ASmm ._1JSS^!----.---^ '-—'.rr" JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel Government sources strongly denied today reports that Israel was on the road to the manufacture of atomic weapons. They expressed concern that the wide > featured reports would adversely affect American Israel relations and would give the United Arab Republic additional grounds for pressure on the Soviet Union for more armaments. The Israel Atomic Inergy Commission issued a statement Tuesday categorically affirming that "Israel is not enoeged in the manufacture of atomic weapons. Atomic research in Israel is destined far Industry, agriculture, medicine and science." The .tjtj TnTreaTo? £ constructed with American aid. The Israel. Foreign M;n,try said it had "nothing to ajd to gszsgP SSta London and Pans. Soviet propaganda agencies against ^'"^J'tweA bic-language bro'dcasw. from the Soviet Union to the MUX e East, summarily rejected the fsraeli denials and warned of new dangers confronting the Arab world at the hands of Israel Tun davs ago. the Foreign Mm,.^: 0 de d nTd a know.edge of reports that Ambassador AvraharrHa man had been secretly and urSy called to the SUteDepart e ment in connection with the Tbomb reports. It. spokesman .aid he did not know whether Washington had made inquiries of Israel. (In Washington, the Israel EmJ sy decline to disclose any information with regard to the reported diplomatic commumc.Sn,and denied any knowledge of a second atomic raactor in I ml John A. McCone. chairman of the US. Atomic Energy ComrrL.on. said that the United States had officially requested information from Israel on the reports. His statement, the Israel Embassy said, had been -brought t„ the attention of the Israel Gov "•Mr^McCone told the Washington Post and Times-Herald that there was no relation between tne suspected plutonium breeder reactor and the smaller ac.o, which the United States had helped to build He said that our information is incomplete and unofficial, but quite obviously thu would Israel, almost since its foundation, has pinned great hopes on the development of atomic energy as a source of fuel and power. A report by the National Planning Association in 1957 visualized development of atom-powered industrial communities in the Negev Plans for the first research reactor was announced in 1958. The United States paid $350,000 of the cost of its construction and, last March, provided the enriched uranium and other materials necessary for its operation. The reactor was first activated last July. It is located south of Tel Aviv. %  ''' i



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Page 2-A +Jelstrhrldtof) Friday, December 23 Greater Miami Chapter of AJCommirtee the Greati '"' lr Ami rl< in Jewish I HI hai been lishe to aid Ji a h '" in Di __r.-i m %  I n thu mi Jack Wilson (left), president of North Shore B'nai B'rith. receiving a citation as outstanding Ben B'rith in the district from Jerome Greene, past president of Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith and member of District Grand Lodge board of governors which makes the selection. There were only four such citations awarded in this District comprising about 14.000 members. i HARD WORK TO : BE DONE? call m* at manpower! tor Temporary Help : • CAR UNLOADING ." • MATERIAL HANDLING • CLEAN-UP WORK • GENERAL LABOR I Our bonded, in-urr;! rm2 ; ployflM i I man or an en2 I n %  i will I • work uxlej i boar mini • mum No poperworlc. • • tow Hourly : tout DICK flAMBERGEt M*ng#r manpower, inc. • Th* Kacaajnirad Leader in ma FR 37611 • oaar———eaa *j a* i %  •. w,n *JJonptn^t\Tjr i-. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky •45 MKNKAN AVE. MIAMI HACK rhea( J| 135*5 Klutznick New CJA Chairman Continued from Pag* 1 A to countered rirnaiuioa ol totalitarianism Morris W. Berjnttein, outgoing g*n*ral chairman who was subs* quant I y named honorary chairman of th* UJA. told th* dinner s*ss on that th* UJA since its inception 22 years ago had spent more than a billion dollars to hep 2,700,000 Jews throughout th* world. • her dinner speaker, I of Commerce Ptahas Sapir. lauded tha UJA tor financing •he migration o( 975.000 Jews to Iaad their %  .eulemen; (here in the last 12 sears. While noting thai lanel "ha> made great pro gaeas ahaoa the first immigrants pooled into the new state." Sapir cautioned there must be no mitakim; the (act that "we still need full assistance of the I'nited JewMi Appeal to meet our obligations to hundreds of thousands who will come At an earlier session of the conference, Or. D*y Jos*ph, the treasurer of th* Jewish Agency tor Israel m Jerusalem, told the delegates that th* agency had received Ssaa million from the UJA sine*. 194* but that th* "magnificent sum had covered only SO percent of what was needed. Highlighting the opening aaoloa was an address by Avraham Har Judge F. N. Barad Lecture Slated Workmen'Circle I I. Pereti school I. iponi lecture by the lion Prederkh \ Barad Me* Tuesday, 8 p m. H 1546 SB. Srd si Jadfa Barad will speak on The Case Against Eicbmann," and his words should have particular impact since he and his family personally experienced some of the horrors of the Eichmann edicts against the .leu He was born and raised in a vil| lage of eastern Czechoslovakia and • his home town was In the section [turned over to Hungary as a result Of the Munich conference which preceded World War II man. Israeli Ambassador to the United States. Ambassador Har'1.1 the gathering that ''things retting better" in Israel and "we have virtually liquidated unrment" except for the "hard f unemployablewho lack the physical capacity to work Use same time he said '.hat. 20 to 30.000 Ban itataigraati ware taken [art annually and i averted tato setf-supporting taxpaj chairman Rabbi Herbert A Friedman :old the same saaaioo that of the $72.M quota he prop( i. more than $31 million would be allotted to the I'nited Israel Appeal, ior bringing in and resettling new immigrant, m Israel, and Si7.20o.ooo to the JDC Miri ut *• % %  Actual i i '( Un vey); Wh • lew?: Ho .ri.tii.ii N i h Be '"" are \i-. i BUM, I" RotoBdai Mrs. Da-, vid i\ ( stsm • MisMinnie Fein-' berg, Aaron I Allen I. • Preeling Uelvyo Frumke.. Jerome I rgc Jacobson Paul Klein, Dr Jerome A Kramer. Mr* Charlaa Leeds MrHerbert Mali.-. Mrs Elian Meyer. Mr and MrArnold Perlstein. David Sakiad. I>r Pejfti Scheinbur*,. Kenneth Triester. Chairman of the speakers bureau is Mrs Robert Berger Request by organizations may be made by contacting the American Jewish Committee. 1210 Coe> gress Bldg Prescription Speeiolist, NOW IN TWO MODES* INURC-CO BUCH locArtoai MOPf HlriHc Spin coNvumm to um 150 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-742S letr. Wathinoten *,. H ttl ^ 728 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-0744 OCUliSTS' ftlSCairTIOtc; njjj. CONTACT lENltS Tj Dr. Wolf son to Speak •How to Grow Old Gracefully" will be Dr Abraham Wolf-on s topic at the B'nai B'rith luncheon. Tuesday noon at the Ritr Plaza hotel. Ger-on Miller ichairman Dr. Wolf-on also speaks at the weeklj Zionutl hi ana, Wednesday-, at %  %  hotel SCIENTIr PEST *| C0NTRW HOMES STOWS INOUSTIY EE INSPECTION T TMI miPNOM IV KM TM OtIU OVSKS NiaaiiT roe INSURANCE-. ONE STOP AGEN'v J! Will Y—auiS— MISCIUANIOUS 'lOATItS AUTOMOIIU LIAIILITT 4 PHYSICAL 0AUAM UvjiH f* aaeet reat aeedl Tha Aeawcv thee CAN %my TH! Oea't M raat wejeat aey "It Caa't le Wm m HCKERMAN IHSIiRAfig AGENCY. INC. 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jy. December 23, 1960 +Jewlst) Thridlirtr tionist Leader Page 3-A iruch and the pubZuckZuckerman. pasi presiActions Committee he i o( the Labor Zionist Organ*trihuting editor of Folk |on of America, member of the Zion." Yiddish weekly of sidium of the Zionists Actions World Zionist Ornanization imittee, will be guest of honor hshed in the Israel capital le 40th anniversary Histadrut erman is known as one of the most Sbration on Sunday, at 8 p.m. powerful orators on the Yiddish the Cromwell hotel, Miami platform and is the author of many <*• magazine and newspaper articles ,e occasion of Zuckerman's apon Jewish and Zionist topics ranee is the celebration of the Born in a small town near Vilna tadrut's achievements in its Zuckerman attended the Telshe lical field through the Kupat j Yeshiva. He came to the United I States in 1904 at the age of 17 and Zuckerman i s a veteran studied at the New York Dental der of the World Labor Zionist College. The same year he joined vement. Formerly a New York the Poal e Zion movement and bey resident, he tias been living in came the traveling representative usalem since 1956. A member of the organization, the Praesidium of the Zionist After World War II he served r t 000 in Wills, Bequests For liami Chapter of Histadrut Isome $227,000 in wills, bequests i through the efforts and initiative bri in§uranee policies were recent-' of Ehiel Lesowoder. honorary presto Address Histadrut Celebration Beach Youth Wi Head New Group thanks and appreciation for having shared with the pioneers and A Miami Beach youth has been *, JUXJSSLi — — -*-B defenders president of the College Age Organization of United Synagogue of the State of Israel and securing it as a democratic strenghold in Yon'th" the Middle East. He is Marshall Balluch, currently of unparalleled concluding his term as president growth in social and economic security has been assured to the settlers of Israel through the Kupat Holim, the medical network of of the South Florida sub-region of USY. Baltuch attended the charter BAJUCH ZUCKUMAN hospitals, clinics, santariums. polio i convention of the College Age and TB clinics, medical staff and maintenance, that has this year: undertaken its most tremendous task to date in opening new medical centers in border settlements and urban communities to meet the needs of the unending influx of immigrants as well as its cornOrganization in Atlantic Ctiy, N.J., last October. At national vice president, he will be in charge of membership and expansion of the United States and Canada. Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Baltuch, 834 Raymond st., he is a student at the University of Florida. Last week, he attended a national officers' meeting in New York, where the University of Florida at Gainesville became the first written for the benefit of the ident of the Histadrut Committee P ar,men,s Celebrating the historic stone of Histadrut's 40th anniversary, Zuckerman is in America as bined aid and medical assurance two terms as president of the Labor to the pioneer settlers of Israel. Zionist Organization of America. | A bram Fox. president of the 1sln 1949 he was elected to the rael Histadrut Committee of GreatAmerican section of the Jewish er Miami, will preside over the Agency for Israel, heading its orevening and Mr. Fox's return to ganization and Latin American dethe helm as acting president will chartered organization of the nationwide body. Baltuch was unanimously elected charter president. A musical program by Miss Rose! Others from Miami Beach are the official delegate of the Vaad Rosamond, well-known soloist, will Hapoel to convey to Histadrut j entertain the gathering and a supbe celebrated simultaneously after m ji c : a recent illness forcing his absence from Histadrut activities. stitutions for the pioneers of Isof Greater Miami. el—the Histadrut, at the FoundT „„,.„• .. meeting of the American His„ r / "r f^ .& 'I, ., %  ; „ Dr. Sol Stein, nationa executive drut Development Foundation in lirector of he listadrut cam lami Beach. ; poJmcd ou tnc purpose of n ** 1 ^" l0 l onvey lo Mlslaan I enienain me garnering ar The Foundation is a new finan, hp foundatjon ttas 0 ,j, na n Ce the members and friends the genuin e i per snack will be served. building ol new Histadrut institutions in Israel and that through wills, bequests and insurance poliek 18, the American friends of the pioneer, of Israel can immortalize their names with these institutions in the State of Israel. Sandra Weiss, recording secretary; and Ellen Schlosser, parliamentarian. j| instrument of the Histadrut impaign to mobilize funds for Be future needs and obligations of h. Histadrut in the State of Istel. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Goldberg, [t Miami Beach, were hosts to the st parlor meeting.in behalf of AHDF which became a reality AIX'TIOX MEANS ACTION! Phone FR 4-4151 We want Real Estate to sell at Public A jciio*. We pay all adver-s ng costs. cmpetitivebidding brings top value. Miami Real IstaSe Ixchange Int. 4Q5 Dad* Commonwaalth Bldg. Dr. Moshe Berman is executive director of the group. William Shirer Here William L. Shirer. author of 'The KIM .Hid Fall of the Third Reich,"' arrived in Miami Beach Monday to ln'lp launch the Irving Lehrman Chair in American Jewish History .it the Jewish Theological Seminary 0( America, honoring Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Bmanu-El. Isi.bJHkeel Hem* OwntJ Hem Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe. 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jyw *-il *JelsHk>rkJtoii Friday. December 23, 196 Jewish Flor idlan OFFICE and PLANT. — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FHED K. SKOGHEV .....,,... Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel EAY U. BINDER Correspondent Publlahad every Frlrt.v .Inc. Mil by SJSjff^SSSfl^S >t 120 N.E. S!xth Street. Miami 1. orl ? l : l< ,. E "{'M,l 1 „. %  coond-cUiw matter July *. ISSft at Pgff. Office of Miami. Florid*, under the Acl of March 3. Ili9. Tha Jtwiah Floridiao hat abtorbed the Jawiah U"ltyanO Iha J.w.ah Waakly. Member of "••. J 1ii* L^N^a Agency. Seven Art. Feature Syndicate. w d wl f !.„'** Service. National Ed.tor.al Aaan.. *. m r c "J,„ A "T. Cngiiah-Jewiah Newapapara. and the Flori da Praaa Aaan. The Jewish norMian do** n..t manuitM the Kashiutn ..f the m-r rhnndiw .lv—^N>1 In rnliimn* RATES: Three Veare *1P 00 SUBSCRIPTION One Year SS.On Volume 33 Number 52 Friday. December 23. 1960 4 Tebet 5721 Endorsement Is Not Enough Two announcements of major community significance were made this week. One deals with the problem of multiple appeals, and the necessity of establishing the primacy of the Combined Jewish Appeal for maximum and effective fund-raising. The other refers to the opening of the Combined Jewish Appeal and a call upon Miami Jewry to give support to the drive. Both announcements are of sufficient importance to arrest the attention of every Jewish person in this area. Unquestionably, there is agreement that this community has a right to expect that its Federation will exert every effort to make the process of fund-raising for Jewish causes an orderly and coordinated one. Given such conditions, with regulation and discipline, best results could be achieved in the Combined Jewish Appeal, which already provides 57 appeals in one. However, Federation's activity with regard to multiple appeals, in and of itself, is simply a campaign pre-condition, and its not necessarily a guarantee of success. Ultimate success of the Combined Jewish Appeal rests, in the final analysis, upon those who axe vested with the responsibilities of leadership. Although it is known that the 1961 CJA will be a test of the maturity of the total community, the actual achievements can only be as great as those of CJA's leaders, the campaign totals only as imposing as the examples of generosity which are set for others to follow. The complacency and letharqy which has saddled so many Miami fund drives for so many years must now be removed. It is a time for not only believing in the idea of Federation in principle, but in proving the idea works by personal action. Merely endorsing it is not enough. The ultimate vindication of the concept of Federated giving is the success of Federated campaigns. There is no other measure. Logic and reason must reject any suggestion that Jews in Miami are inherently any different from Jews elsewhere in North America. El Al in Miami Individually they must be equally generous, equally responsible and equally responsive to Jewish needs. As a community Miami has the same responsibility as other Jewish communities and our fellow Jews the world over have a right to expect a comparable performance. During the next few weeks Greater Miami Jewry will show by their giving and working the kind of community they want. Is the last analysis they can have only as good a community as they are willing to work for and pay for. Forty Years of Service Greater Miami joins communities all over the country in marking the 40th anniversary of Histadrut. A function this weekend with both national and local dignitaries participating will highlight Histadrut's achievements from the inception of activities on behalf of the State of Israel to the present. In a sense uniquely Histadrut combines the Israel Federation of Labor which functions as a union and also as an employer association and an instrument of economic development, as well as a political wing in Israel. While its structure may seem strange to those in the United States. Histadrut has continued to initiate the economic progress of constitutional democracies. Pioneering practically every form of industrial development many of which are serving as models for other countries, Histadrut with its anniversary theme of "40 years that changed a wilderness" has made its impact in the fields of agriculture, education and culture in the State of Israel. The Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami has invited the Jewish community to celebrate with them this most memorable occasion and Histadrut deserves good wishes for all of its services and activities which it has rendered. This anniversary we are sure will inspire Histadrut with all of its workers both here and elsewhere to continue their untiring efforts on behalf of the State of Israel. We welcome to Miami El Al Israel Airline which opened with formal dedicatory ceremonies last week its branch office in our community. It is fitting that El Al, and thus Israel, be represented here together with all the other countries who have seen Miami as a focal point. The El Al office will not only serve those desiring to make the trip to Israel but as a bureau of information on the State and in fact a Chamber of Commerce for Israel. El Al in a comparatively short period of existence has gained a place of prestige among the major airlines and has been in the forefront of aviation progress. El Al was the first to have turbo jet service to Israel and on Jan. 5 will inaugurate its complete jet service only 12 years after the founding of the Israel airline. We are now one of ten major communities in which El Al has established branches and we are sure that this choice by them will prove of great benefit both to local residents and visitors and to the State of Israel. A MILESTONE Moses Hess3n tk* sJVlirrot of ^Hi Cowi^oih/cru-c By DR. N. M. GELBER A HUNDRED YEARS will have pas*** aooa sim^t^ publication^ Moses Hess basic work "Rome and Jerusalem." in which the Jewish problem was subjected to a historical and sociological analysis and in which he advocated its solution by means of the reestablishment of a modern and socially progressive Jewish Commonwealth in Erei It is fascinating to see the personality and views of Hess reflected in his correspondence which has recently been edited by Prof Edmund Silberner of the Hebrew University. The volume contains 452 letters. 180 written by Hess himself and 163 addressed to him. A total of 316 of these letters are in the custody of the International Institute for Social History In Amsterdam. 40 arc in the possession of the Schiller Museum at Marbach in Germany, and 31 belong to the Central Zionist Archives in Jerusalem. The history of these letters and of Hess" literary legacy is worth recalling. His widow. Mrs. Sibyl Hess, authorized a representative of the Social Democratic Party of Germany in 1902 to sort his letter, and to transfer them to the archives of the Prty : At the same time Arthur Meirowitz. of Berlin, on behalf of the Zionist Movement made endeavors to acquire those letters, manuscripts and notes which concerned "Rome and Jerusalem" and the Hibbat Zion Movement. -i. :• -ilAmr limits ON JIWISH SUBJICJS H ESS' EARLY LETTERS were written in the years 1825 to 1830 and sent to unknown addresses. They show him to have been occupied with problems of philosophy and sociology and with striving for the "true. good, and beautiful." Several Jewish subjects are mentioned during this period. Thus, in 1835, Hess recorded in his diary that the Jews had been predefined to suffer but also to blaze new trails for mankind. On the other hand, Hess did not see eye-to-eye with Orthodoxy which "falls to understand that the wheels of history can not be stopped." Hess pleaded for religious reform and suggested that chairs for Jewiih Theology be set up at German Universities. In these years Hess made the acquaintance of Karl Marx and was strongly impressed by him. Hess regarded Marx as his teacher in the field of philosophy because "Rousseau, Voltaire. Holbach and Leasing are united in one man and this man is Karl Marx." Hess did net imagine that a time would come and he would have an entirely different opinion of Karl Marx. Questions of literature and of socialist propaganda were the main subjects of the correspondence between Hess and Marx, Engels, Rugc, Auerbach and others in the years 1845-1890. &f • + TMf JfWlSM MtOHIM C'NCE THE WAR waged by Napoleon III for the unification of Italy. ** and her liberation from Austrial domination, the principle of national independence had been regarded as the very essence of democracy. Studying the various national questions of Europe, Hess arrived at the conclusion that the Jewish problem was the last national question and should be solved as such. In March, 1858, Hess, together with his triced. Dr. Everbeck, who was living in Paris as a political refugee, sent a secret letter to Emperor Napoleon III in which they wished to give expression to the sincere sentiments of the progressive democrats of Germany and declared that in the case of war, these elements woud fight for progress in Germany no less than for the independence of Italy. They said that France was the only power that could save Central and Western Europe. France was strong enough to accomplish this mission in which she could rely on the help of the German democrats who had authorized Hess to write the letter. In the same year of 1859 Hess was engaged in the study of Jewish history. The way of life of the patriarchs was, in Hesc' view, the basis of Jewish religion for out of a family tradition a historic-national mode of worship had developed. Hess sent the manuscript of "Rome and Jerusalem" to Auerbach who evinced little enthusiasm. Having read one half, Auerbach stated in his letter of Apr. 8, 1861. that Hess was a reformer who having roamed all over the world, was now returning to the narrow notion of a Jewish nationality which did not exist. His whole conception was based on an error and contrary to the spirit of the times. He wrote inter alia: "Why do you ask me to be your champion' Although you may find it ridiculous or a disgrace, I am proud to admit that I regard myself a Germanic Jew — a German." Auerbach asked Hess to desist from the publication of the book or, at least, to delay it for a considerable time because at best it would remain a curiosity. VIIW Of JIWISH NATIONAUSm THE CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN Hess and two non-Jews, Friedrich Gobe, the editor of the "Niedorrheinische Zeitung." where Hess inserted a notice of the publication of "Rome and Jerusalem." and Eduard Wengler, the printer of the book, had hitherto been unknown. Gobe writes that he can not subscribe to the main points of the book and. in particular Hess' opinion about the importance of race in history, because race is but a temporary phenomenon which is bound to disappear. Jewish nationalism is not a natural but an artificial matter Neverthe less, Gobe admitted that the scheme of Jewish restoration could not be summarily rejected at a time when the prevailing trend was to accept the principle of nationality. The printer Wengler informed Hess that he had sent the book for review to German non-Jewish papers. ine book sold badly, but he expressed hope in its ultimate success. Of the 1.000 copies printed, he had sent 11 to papers and 700 to booksellers, among them 662 in Germany. It is interesting to note that the correspondence between Hess and Lassalle, although the Utter was a Jew, did not touch at all upon "Rome and Jerusalem" and dealt exclusively with matters of the Labor Movement. One of Its leaders, • f ^'.w L man wrot HeM • ver y appreciative letter in which he stated that he had read the book several times and was in full agreement with its contents. TMI WAM of ratlin T j^T THE OUTBREAK of the Franco-Pruisian War Hess moved to Brussels and in a Belgian Socialist paper issued a proclamation m which he said that the downfall of the Second Empire spelled the beginning of the end of the domination of one class or race over another The uream of the hegemony of the Germanic race was as devoid of reality as was .he dream of Slavonic domination P.n ci *" qU ,e P ss,b,e B t >* would be an ultimate clash between ,* a V u Sm nd Pan Germ nism and nobody could foretell the dura tion of this last of .11 wars, but after Its conclusion, liberty, equality and Socialism would prevail everywhere.



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Friday, December 23, 1960 ^JewhtftcrHian Dr. Arthur S. Abramson Honored Here for Work in Aiding Physically Handicapped r Arthur's. Abramson Prnfoc Page 5-A Kennedy Seeks More Liberal — -. ... ..<..,.luuiiiiii medicine ot — %  ^0 l e Albert Einstien College of A J m > dllrin S World War II. and in ImminratlfXn /au# edicine in New York City, re-: t hc Velp rans Administration, He is ""M'y#C#t/l/f# LOW Dr Arthur S Abramson Profes-. sor and Chairman of the' Department of Rehabilitation Medicine of th U ceived the award of the W o r 1 < Dr. Abramson served in the U.S. a Fellow of the American Medica Committee to Employ the Physi* Mn American College of Physied on Dec. 15. at cians is associated with the Ameri• • a % %  PUD f'nniirn.'i..t DLH.1..I % %  %  • • wrv* Dr. Arthur S. Abramson. professor and chairman of (he Department of Rehabilitation Medicine of the Albert Efriste'i'n College of Medicine in New York City, is shown here receiving the Award of the World Committee to Employ the Physically Hqndicapped. The presentation is beinq made bv Leo Axlrod ol Miami, president of the World organization, at a dinner at the McAllister hotel. tally Handicapped on uee. 15. i —""• *" — ww wuu me Amena dinner in the McAllister hotel. can Con K r eM <>' Physical Medicine i under the auspices of the Rehaand Hehabilitation and the Interbilitation Center for Crippled ChitnaUonal Society for Welfare of dm and Adults. Presentation wag Cr, PPle8. He is the author of many made by Mr. Leo Axelrod. presiscien,lflc fcldent of the World Organization, in nition of Dr. Abramsoh's efTrURIClli B?IJPVPQ tOrtJ in behalf of the physically •"" % %  BCIICVeS '" %  "" Abra'Lun was named -he JW AS President Handicapped Man of the CHICAGO (WNS) I Year and received the President's is Presidenl Many Truman, who trophy He is president of the New was honored here as the M York Society of Physical Medicine the Century" at a dinner sponsored and Rehabilitatio n. h y the State of Israel Bond ization, predicted that a Jew will be elected Presidenl of the Cnited -'.ale-, flft) yean alter he is : Mr. Truman made the prediction — i at a press conference prior to the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai' dinner. He said "I'd certainly like B'riih is having a gala New Year's see '* %  but the figures are against ieve celebration at the Seville hotel. mt 'The next thing you know, we'll I elect a Jew. then maybe a colored man for Vice President/' Lodge to Observe New Year's Eve Free Sons ol Israel Committee includes Herbert Heiken, Theodore Trushin. Gerson S. Miller, and Jack August. Dinner will be served, there will be dancing a floor show, and souvj Grcater Miam i Lodge of the Free enors for the ladies. | Sons of srae | mct Thursday eve For reservations, contact Irving! rring, Dec: 22. at the Washington Schatzman. chairman, of B'nai Federal Savings and Loan Assn., i B'rith office I H33 Normandy dr. WASHINGTON-(JTA)-The new Administration intends to press for liberalized immigration legislation, i' became known here this week, following a meeting between President-elect John F. Kennedy and Rep. Francis E Walter, of Penn\\l\ ania. Rep. Walter co-sponsored the McCarran-W a It e r Immigration Act, which has been repeatedly attacked ss grossly inadequate by liberal political groups. Sen. Kennedy, dur-ng his campaign, alflt criticized the Act. The President -elect confi I with Mr. Waller, who said that they talked about the refugee problem and especially "the new problems in Europe" of refugees going there from Africa. This was taken by politician.; here as an indication that the President-elect notified the congressman of his intention to get through Congress more liberal immigration measures which have been pledged by the Democratic Party in hi; platform. CJA Drive Starts %  All-Out Effort Co n tinued from Page 1-A Harold" sjpfcet. chairman of Genual Solicitation. A mimbtr of very successful pre • campaign fond %  raising affairs have already been held, chairman Lipton reported, all of whicK have resulted in substantially increased pledges over last year. The rabbinate of the community. t'.n ugh the Greater Miami KabbinicaL.r*M>.i this week announced thai t.JA sermons would be delivi red m all synagogues urging contfrogaota to "turn towards those among us who are in need, and to w ardi our fellow Jews over who depend upon us for help.' Chairman Upton spoke from the pulpit of Temple Emanu-KI last wek. where he is a vice president and director. Addressing nc.nl> 1,000 members he said: "This is a time fpr reflection, to make us fool grateful that wo live In this land of freedom and plenty. This is the time, sur.iy, when all of ue recognise more clearly our sense of historic responsibility towards Jewish life everywhere and a sens* of pride •nd loyalty in this community. "Much has been achieved by this community's generosity through the Combined Jewish Appeal — in Israel, in many countries overseas, and right here in Greater Miami You ail share the fruits of this work." Llpton pointed out. however, that the time for Jewish life everywhere is so critical and the Greater Miami situation especially, is so grave.that help must now be substantially increased over the amounts raised in former years. Miami's support of its hospitals, its vocational service, the Home 'or the Aged, programs for youth, education, and recreation, have been far from adequate in previous years, the campaign chairman U jd. Presidents of these CJA benefici aries have recently declared that they face a crucial period in 1961 ""less the men and women of the community adopt a new philosophy of "personal responsibility for their local requirements." £l60P lor,US'4C. The man who created the atomic age No one would ever find him holding a foaming test tube aloft and shouting. "Eureka!" His laboratory was a rocking chair; his apparatus, an inquiring mind And from this rocking chair ... with this inquiring mind, he formulated the ideas that have given a name to our age-the Atomic Age. Albert' Einstein was bom in Ulm. Germany, in 1879. He received his science education in Switzerland, worked in the patent office there, and in 1914 returned to Germany as head of the Kaiser WuhelmAc.demyofScience.Herema.ned there until 1933. when he renounced his citizenship in Hitler's Third Reich. He came to America and continued his work at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton University. Albert Einstein -humble, modest, yet in his lifetime he has literally changed fhe whole world around us. His theories paved the way to the freeing of nuclear energy, to the exploration of space, and to new concepts of light and motion and energy that are the very cornerstones upon which the Atomic Age is built. A little man whose contemplation broadened the horizons of science to the farthest reaches of the universe. A man who in his own lifetime, took his place beside Archimedes, Gallileo, and Newton. 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%  a SjMnBJBJJ !" Page 6-A +Je*isl>ncri>t the Sahara I SUPPOSE THAT NINE OUT OF 10 observers Will -a> that thiirtow impossible, and that a French surrender to the KIN is inevitable But de Ganlle is an imperious figure, not given to accepting the in cvitable. There is courage wisdom and i touch of heartbreak in the speeches he has been making to his army officers in Algeria. He moves about in I hi' provincial towns among hostile colonists He insists thai the new Mgeria "will not resemble the Algeria of yesterday in any way The heartbreak lies in the fact that this man of command should have to plead for his vision of an Algerian settlement, while the Ultras and the Moslems reduce the vision to cinders %  • %  • + BUT DE GAULLE DOES NOT LACK RESOURCES. Mis problem ihe ai m) and the Ultra Rightists In Algeria Against them his strategj ii to use the more moderate Algerian Moslems and mainland Fiance itself A] read the reports of de Gaulle's speeches to the officers at the Algerian arms pottt, l can reconstruct the scene and setting As u hapi IS 1 wai on the press plane that followed bun on a similar army p tour m late August. 1959 The officers who count are the younger on who an the most troublesome and fiery. Tnej are torn between their admiration for the grandeur and courage ol the great old soldier and thenbitterness over admit tat m their hopes ol subduing the eli The big question mark is whether the decline of de Gaulle's i %  itige recently on the mainland hainfected thi officer mind as well. Th, riots thus fat is the) are. have not reached the arm) I'1 De Gaulle's tactic is to keep the army from gettini mixed ipv th. Ultras Hence his plea "The army haa no policy, The honor and duty ol the arnu is to serve THE REAL COUNTERFORCE which de (i.iulle h ,,., %  .! I I oppose to th.' noting right wingers in the streets was u .t the army but the Moslems themselvet For the tir-t tune the) dared to demonstrate in the -tic< iol Algiers, with slogans supporting de Gaulle But the de Gaulle slogans easily become "Algeria Algerienne" and finally "TIM This led to tragic bloodshed If de Gaulle founders, it may well be because a moderate Moslem element is bound to melt away in the immoderate heat of the struggle. If de Gaulle can keep the blood on the Algiers streets from turning into an Algerian civil war. he has a good chance not only of holding his Own in France itself but of retrieving his position there The riots in Algiers, by posing a threat to the Republic itself, strenghtcn his hand in Paris. If the Jan 8 referendum on his Algerian plan is ever held, he will win it overwhelmingly. Then he will at least be able to face the high hurdle of the plan itself — -6 — — i % %  —t: — FOR THE MOMENT DE GAULLE'S FATE, and Frances, are poised on "the edge of the sword From de Gaulle's book of militarv addresses with that title (Criterion Books). I take three out of many memorable remarks: "When faced with the challenge of events the man of character has recourse to himself His instinctive response is to leave his mark on action." And again: "In the ebb and flow of the battle h. must always give the jmpression that he is perfectly cool, must never lose faith in victory nor relax his grip for a moment." And finally "He must keep his mind always on the stretch, must be in a continual state ol concentration, must endlessly drive himself and others." It is still an inspiring thing to watch such a man in action, at another moment of great crisis in a life in which there have been so many. The road ahead winds through the murky gloom of passions and violence and bloodshed, but the goal beyond — a free Algeria which will orotect its Kuropean minority and be tied to France in friendship — is not an ignoble one. As things stand now. I can't see how he will reach it, but I wouldn't Write the old warrior off. Rabbis to Mark Opening of CJA 1961 Campaign Religious leaders are calling upon Miami Jewrj to unite Into a huge force for human good h> all out lupport of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal LauRcnina Miami blggesl fundpi tinweek. Rabbi Abramowiti of Temple Menorah, president f the Greater Miami RabbiniMl Assn.. made public i proclamation endorsed by the rabbinate urging all n "to gnize the growth of their Jen i-h rommunit] and t.> proi It with positive services." The proclamation was n outgrowth of several meetings of the Rabbinical Assn. called by Rabbi Abramowiti for the pur pose of mobilizing the total strength of Miami's religious and lay leaders in behalf of the top priority fund drive. In addition to the public prochiion which heralds the opening U0] campaign, all members of the>local rabbinate will deliver Mizrachi to View Film Armstrong Circle Theatre film: "Adolf E i c h m a n n. Engineer of Death" will be shown at the Saturday evening meeting of MizrachiHapoel Hamizrachi at the San Marino hotel. The film describes the rise of Nazi Germany and re-enacts 'he cloak and dagger' capture of Eichmann. "World Jewish News" will be given by Zvi Berger. PROCLAMATION BY THE GREATER MIAMI RABBINICAL ASSN. We the Rabbinate of the Greater Miami Jewish (ommunit, i at the lime of t,he opening of the 1981 Combined Jewish Appt^ I now call upon our people to heed the voice of Jewish history ini '< respond to the voice of Jew ish conscience. We earnestly urge all members of the Greater Miami com' munitv to rededicate their efforts in contributing generously to the Combined Jewish Appeal such ample funds that will mt hop( ; and life to those who flee from lands of oppression, and to free our brothers from the burden of anti-Semitism in many countries of the world — to give to Israel the means of sustenance and t ne up. building of this homeland as a haven to homeless Jews an( j l0 recognize the growing needs of our own community and to provide II with positive Jewish services. For the furtherance of these purposes and the many other Causes of th Combined Jewish Appeal, we therefore issue this proclamation. We hereby call upon all men. women and children of th? Greater Miami (immunity to respond wholeheartellv with all their means and energies, and to give and work in this humani" tanan campaign, so that others may live and live happilv. FREE A stimulating guide for youngsters and adults on the customs, traditions and observances of Judaism. i .1 \ sermons and urge their congents t" respond and to enroll .,. workers, "The Combined Jewish Appeal reminds us ol our responsibill iJews to the community in which ue live, to the Jews the world over, and to our brethren in the State of l-rael -aid Rabbi Abramowitz. addressing members of the Rabbinical Assn. earlier thiweek "In th* realm of health, social service, Jewish education, and car* of aged, w* have crested splendid institutions which serve our community so that hardly a family is not touched by them b I some way," he stated. Continued Rabbi Abramowitz "It is hardly necessary for me to remind our people that these arc ongoing human services and they re-, quire continued financial support." Memberof the association -YOUR JEWISH HERITAGE" Is printed in English—ea Inspiring booklet for every home and everyone in it K>e ntt COPY, send requeit to: Ray Keator. 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liday. December 23. 1960 +Jewislfkridian mmigrants Arrive Like Ocean Waves in U S A Page 7-A By JOHN F. KENNEDY Immigration to America can be l ictured as ocean waves break ing on the shoreline. We can clear |y sec the crest of each successive wave, but if w* look closer we tan MC that the waves are not really separate but continuous. I \in at the moment that one wave is reaching its crest, the next is gathering force and building momentum. Just so, we can discern "waves" II immigration reaching the • hores of America, but even at I'-e moment when one wave was at its crest, the next one had • •.arted and was gathering momentum. The first wave began with the first -i tilers in 1607 and the Purland Pilgrims in 1620. The first wave was predominantly, not solely, English in origin The urge for greater economic opi irtunity mixed with the desire tir religious freedom impelled these people to leave their homes. 01 ;.M of the groups that have come to America, these Knuli-h i rs had perhaps the most difficult physical environment to %  • r. but the easiest social adjustments to make. They master (,l a rugged land and that was hard, but they built a society in their own image and never knew the h.--'.ility of old toward new that succeeding groups would Men of Engllth ancestry were I r< dominant among those who ighl the revolution — and og the Tories who opposed it However, they were not the ex (lusive members of either groups. Americans of German, French. I %  .itch and Scandinavian ancestry vi re prominent in the rolls of the Ri volutionary army. And a grave I in the Shenandoah Valley pi \ inia speaks eloquently of the entnbution of one Irish family: 'Here lies the remains of John Lewis, who slew the Irish lord, settled in Augusta County, located the town of Staunton and furnish•) Ac,., Miami '••at* n ft414 ar HTt-mi teenth century, immigration to America underwent a significant change. For the first time the major sources of settlers became southern and eastern Europe rather than northern Europe and the British Isles. Large numbers of Italians. Russian.and Poles came to this country and their comincreated new problems and gave rise to new tensions. For these people the language barrier was even greater than it had been for earlier groups and the disparity between the world they had left behind and the one to which they came was greater, JOHN f. KlNNtDY The Jewish Floruliiin here offers the fourth in j teries from "A Natloil of Immmrdiil.v b\ John F. Kennedy, President • elect of the United Stairs. Amioii; other volumes and articles Mr. Kennedy ithe author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Profiles in Courage" (1956) md "Wh> England Slept (1940) Tim e x i I II i r ( Jewish Flortdian serial features the Presfdent'elei hno^. icliiih was published as pun of trie One Jsjadon Library Sene\ o| the Anti-Defamation League o( B'IUII H 'rub. and is arailable /rein [be ADL's Publica'tioni Department. too. For the most part, these were People of the land and, for the most part, too, they were forced tosettle in the cities when they •reawtod -America Indeed, in the 1930 census. New York City had more people of Italian birth or parental than did Rome, Italy. Most large cities had well defined Little Italys." or "Little Polands" by 1910, and walking through them one might well imagine himself in Italy or Poland. The history of cities shows that when conditions become overcrowded, when people arc poor, and when living conditions are bad, tensions run high and crime nourishes. This is a situation that feeds on itself — poverty and crime in one group breed fear and hostility in others and this, in turn, impedes the acceptance and progress of the first group, thus perpetuating its depressed condition. This was the dismal situation that faced many of the southern and eastern European immigrants just as it had faced some of the earlier waves of im migrants. Indeed, one New York newspaper had these intemperate words for the newly arrived Italians: "The floodgates are open. The bars are down. The sally ports are unguarded. The dam is washed away. The sewer is choked the scum of immigration is viscerating upon our shores. The horde of $9.60 steerage slime is being siphoned upon us from Continental mud tanks." As it had been with their predecessors, the struggle to establish themselves in the New World was a hard one for the newcomers from southern and eastern Europe. Indeed, for many, the struggle continues to this day. Fear, bigotry, hatred — these do not die easily and since they are not based on fact and logic, they do not yield to the evidence of fact and logic. The history of new peoples in America shows clearly, however, that given time and opportunity, virtually every group has found its way up the economic and social ladder — if not the original settlers then their children or grandchildren There is no reason to believe that this process has ended now. In sum. then, we can see that as each new wave of immigration has reached America it has been laced with problems — not only the problems ihat come with making new homes and learning new jobs bui, more important, the problems of getting along with people of different backgrounds and habits. Each new group was met by the groups already in America and adjustment was often difficult and painful. The early English settlers had to find wavs to get along with the Indians; the Irish who followed were met by these "yankees"; German Immigrants faced both Yankee and Irish; and so it has gone down to the latest group of Hungarian refugees. Somehow, the difficult adjustments are made and people Bel down to the tasks of earning a living, raising a family, living with your new neighbors and in the process, building a nation. NEXT WEEK: The Immigrant Contribution. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds go towards support of the Home. You may contribute, tad* a tax deduction or we will pay cash for lame. Remember ... we are NOT a profit-making organisation ... We are helping your community to keep its dignity. By helping others you are helping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can use all your >utcasts or misfits. Pease call us for early pick-up. 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Page 8-A hmis* fhridiar Friday. December 23 I960 Independent Fund-Raising to Make Way for CJA Jewish Leaders Call Moratorium on Drives; Reaffirm CJA Primacy Miami Jewish leaders have ) and thus is equated with any other single campaign. fifth, they have a nuisance effect Sixth, many independent appeals look to Miami as a fund-raising potential ojt of proportion with their achievements elsewhere, and their full-scale ca^pagn functions lead to unneoaseexy costs, extra demands on lay l e aders, and in public I confusion. Seventh, these independent appeals are : concentrated into a four or five-^onth period, and each one competes to enlist the support of the seine group of com| munity leaders. %  A Community Divided Against Itself Philanthropically Will Also Lose Completely Its Centrality of Purpose All valid Jewish appeals which deserve the support of the total Jewish community of Miami belong in the Combined Jewish Appeal, the resolution states, except where there is mutual agreement that an organization should conduct its own campaign independently. "In so doing, we are determined to protect the fundamental principal of the primacy of CJA as the central fund-raising instrument of the Jewish community." The resolution further states: "Since the total community is concerned that there be no conflict with the Federation campaign by any independent appeal, we believe that, as normal procedure, it is in the interest of a healthy Jewish community that all independent campaigns should seek prior approval from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation." Members of chairman Friedland's policy committee, which was responsible for working out the details of the important multiple appeals manifesto and for con ducting the series of meetings which preceded it. are Leonard Abess. Sam Blank. Dr. Morris Goodman. A. J. Harris. Sam J. Heiman. Ernest Janis. Howard Kane. Aaron M. Kanner. Jay I. Kislak Sidney Lefcourt. Sam C. Levenson. Joseph M. Lipton, A. J. Molasky. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. How have conflicting fund raising appeals hit the Jewish resident of Greater Miami? What is the effect of multiple campaigns on the Combined Jewish Appeal in terms of money and manpower'' What controls should be considered for the mutual benefit of the total community and the various agencies both in and out of the Combined Jewish Appeal' What do other communities do? Some answers to these questions might emerge from a study of Miami itself, its growth in terms of population, the develop ment of a Jewish community, and the necessity of financing its welfare services. Since 1938. Miami's Jewish leaders have been acutely aware of the multiple appeals problem In fact, it was for this specific reason that the now historic founders' meeting was held at the home of Sam Blank in that year. In those times, the community was beset by so many fund-raising programs that the average individual found it difficult to determine which was worthy, and which was not. In some cases, questionable "collectors" appeared, representing completely unknown organizations from other cities. Businessmen were harassed Inadequate sums were raised for Miami's own causes. At this point, it was decided to take action, and the small handful of people met to establish what has been since called by Stanley C. Myers, founder president, "the Federation ideal." The Proper Instrument This Federation ideal simply was "the principle of establishing a central fund and conducting one campaign so that all can benefit equitably." Based on this premise, the local leaders founded the Greater Miami Jewish Federation a> the proper instrument to conduct such a single, all-inclusive fund-drive each year and raise adequate funds for the variety of human services. Any historical perspective of the development of multiple appeals in Greater Miami must include a scrutiny not only of the early years of Federation, but the war >ears. and especially 194. n has been the consensus of several local welfare leaders that 1944 marked a starting point in the whittling away of "the Federation ideal." This was the year after the war. A multitude of capital fund campaigns sprang up as a result of the impact of the war years, when funds (or religious and charitable organizations were frozen, and capital improvements had not been made since 1935. Another factor was the injection of the new Israeli appeals, which were the result of the climate at that time, and the valid needs in Israel. Added to these, was the continued and ever increasingpressures by national agencies because of their valid demands from the local community. A further complication was Miami's mability to provide these national organizations with more money for their programs. Cammitte* Function s The multiple appeals committee of the Greater Miami Jewish federation was, meanwhile making a continuing effort to inform all fund-raising groups of these facts, and urging them to confine their activities outside the campaign period df the Combined Jewish Appeal. A year 'round standing committee of Federation, the Multiple Appeal! group met whenever emergencies arose, at any time its counsel was required. Members spent many long hours in consultation, analysis, and negotiation with numerous organizations and institutions, based in all parts of the United States, but desirous of conducting their fund drives in Miami. Miami leaders realized they were being literally overrun with these drives. They appealed to the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds for advice. Apparently, this problem was throttling the growth of many other Jewish communities, as well. It was considered of such national importance that, at the CJFWF General Assembly in Cincinnati. O. in 1949, a resolution was voted on the subject of "Multiplicity of Campaigns." Fadaratisst Primacy This statement helped to establish a formula for such growing communities as Miami | n p aN this resolution states: "The growing multiplicity of campaigns constitutes a serious threat to the capacity of th. American Jewish community to meet the tremendous needs local national and overseas for *"** t has responsibility More fundamentally, i, harmiu| ,„ ^ cal. ceniral Jewish communitv or ganuation upon which continuing successful fund-raising. not^-lv 0 bar. m the year, .he?/ must depend. "' This problem ran only be met aaftS5r*&3 The public pronounce ment issued today represents a posHht departure from previous declarations made by groups and communities. Forty-five of Miami'i most influential Jewish leaden have personally endorsed This resolution, thereby pled -in IO cooperate in the eontroliine nl multiple appeals. The mov as a logical outgrowth of the chain •* events which preceded it since 1950 Individual signing of th.resolution, it was felt, would h. a more effectite method .than the vague statements normally issued by organizations, in which responsibility is diffused. It is hardly conceivable that any independent fund-drives could o r would be undertaken without the support of these mdi\ iduals. In reaching it* maturity as Jewish community. Miami has the dual responsibility of (1 e*aating their needs and panning how to meet them and '2 raising the necessary funds to keep up with its growth la 22 years, this proceof g* %  ng forward has been implemented and guided by Federation The way has not always been -••• and free of road blocks Its leaders and thousands of people •*> make up the Federation famM have the strong desire to brut* their community up into the circle of major U.S. cities, when it has a right to be. They are confident it n done through unity, faith, giving. and hard work. 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iday. Decembw 23. 1960 ?Jeistrhridnati A Statement of Major Import ance To Miami Jewry. Page 9-A %  >>r • • ^deL^e t h g • "< I !" thC ba$iC PrinCip,C that aH Valld J ewish a P^ ,s b^J I iT" thC ,0tal JeWi$h commu "y ot Miami belong in the ComI J f PPC eX Pt WhCre therC i$ mutual a ^ent that an organization should conduct ,ts own campaign independently. In so doing we are determined to protect the fundamental principle of the primacy of CJA a$ the central fund raising instrument of the Jewish community. £>ince the total eomihuriity is concerned that there be no conflict with the Federation campaign by any independent appeal, we believe that as normal procedure it is in the interest of a healthy Jewish community that all independent campaigns should seek prior approval from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. ^n 1961 particularly, a year of crisis and decision for our own Jewish community — we must place the needs of our community at the top of any list of priorities, and we ere determined to maximize our support of the 1961 CJA. We cannot permit the diversion of pur resources to independent campaigns. JHlE, THE UNDERSIGNED, CALL FOR A MORATORIUM ON ALL INDEPENDENT CAMPAIGNS WHICH IN THE JUDGMENT OF THE CJA POLICY COMMITTEE OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION MAY JEOPARDIZE THE SUCCESS OF THE 1961 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL. WE THEREFORE RESOLVE NOT TO LEND OUR NAME OR SUPPORT TO ANY SUCH CAMPAIGN, AND WE URGE OUR FELLOW CITIZENS TO JOIN US IN THIS RESOLUTION. • • G*~ LION4BO W't" Otuhm 19W Mutm> Fl "' M



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Page 10-A % Jen iitncridiar Jacob MindHn, 66, Dies; Jewish Community Leader Jacob Mindlin, 2231 SW 25th st., died .Monday morning in a local hospital following a heart attack he sustained a week before. He wts 66 years of age. Mr. Mindlin was born in Shkjov, Russia, on Feb. 24, 1894, the home town of world-famous Hebrew poet and novelist Caiman Shneour. Friday. pecembei 23 \<$& I960 He arrived in the United States around 1912. and became involved in the fur dressing business, an was a participant in the founding cf An she Ernes Congregation here, repeatedly refuting an officership. Germany. At a JACOB MINDLIN w > %  "' > • %  he was proclaim ed lor his Incredible Hebrew scholarship. In 1958. his son, Saul, died at the age of 3S following a lengthy ill nest His < Uteri were frequent visitor! In addition to his wife, he is survived by %  ton, Leo liindlin, executive editor oi The Jewish Ploridian; daughter-in-law. Hilary, and crand%  00 Jeremy, 3. Services were conducted al Gotdon Funeral Home, with interment in the .Mindlin family plot at Ml. Nelio Cemetery Rabbis Alexander and Jonah Caplan officiated. Jerome S. Merlin will be installed as worshipful master at the installation oi officers of Hibiscus Lodge to be held Tuesday evening at 955 Alton rd. Serving with Merlin will be Louis Gillman, senior warden; Moie L. Tendrich, junior warden; Nathaniel G. Kirsch, treasurer; and Dr. Murray Smith, secretary. Events to Fete Pinski Folk School David Pinski Folk School will Sheridan ave on Tuesday, and a (0 hi. home. ..a consequence oi have an Ones Shabbat at the home New Year's party on Saturday at Ui personal support oi their dramatic activities. Al.-o numbered among his inti mate friends were the Yiddish song writers Myerowiti and Solomon Qolub. Hi knew the world-renowni Shmaryahu Levine well, and had aa frequenl visitor the greet r. estine advocate Jack Rudensky. Mr. Mindlin retired and came to Miami with his wife in 1950. Since that time, he had been active in real estate circles. He of Mr and Mrs. Ben Yomen. 1800 the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Michigan ave.. Friday evening. Aster, 2380 SW 26 st. Children of the choral group will -.i | and recite in Yiddish and Hebrew Other celebrations for the school include a luncheon at the home of Air. and Mrs. M C h o m 11 z, 4458 Goodwill Stores Need Clothing The amount of repaired and renovated clothing being sold in Goodwill Stores is fast being depleted m the plant which provides jobs for physically handicapped people. ID order for Goodwill, a nonprofit organization, to keep these Author of Library Theodore Pratt, author of 27 books. !2 with Florida backgrounds, wBl appear at the Miami Public People at work, contributionoi LJbrar) on Thursday, Jan. 5 at clothing are needed now. Goodwill 8 30 p.m. lie will speak on. the tan use men's, women's and chil• Making of a Movie" in conjuncdren's clothing, tion with the showing of the film Goodwill will pick up your cloth' The Barefoot Mailman,'' which '" they mean wages to persons was made trom novel of the same v.ho are handicapped, name Cardiac Tag Day South Dade Chapter National Children's Cardiac Hospital is having a c-ountywide Tag Day Saturday .Ian. 7 The chapter, just four months old. is interested in recruiting women who will read to the children, sew, do arts and crafts and be substitute mothers. TRAVELING ( STlfcMSMIP MOTJL LCaff m GUS WJ SHAW SHAW IRAVEl URVKl In.. IS N[ 1'ik ,i M.om. H. tU 4 2604 SAIL THE BIGGEST & BEST! The ONLY lOO A r Conditioned w Cruise Ship to NASSAU ONE OF NEW YORK'S FINER HOTELS IN EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL AREA OF WASHINGTON SQUARE Spacious single room* from *10 daily. With sircondiiioning from *I2-*M. Lavish 2 and J room apis, with serving pantries. 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Write today for folder giving full details! ASTERN SHIPPING CORP.%? 1 Pier 3, Miami • Phone FR 3-1311 or see your travel agent Open weeKdays until 5:30 PM Sundays. 10 AM 5 PM NEW YORK CITY for important business and leisurely pleasure TIMES SQUARE for 'round-int-docl, rssteraaistaiettl unJ ui.-Kidr convcvNenea HOTEL WOODSTOCK for ((•/'-/light tctom C? \e ri ict \:x.\ Leaitjf L* Kr ij-iu'K 129 WEST 43 ST. for full color brochure singles: Se 18 doubl.i SIO $11 JUDSON 2-5000 for imttii It oj your Wot • .,,„ Taxpayers' List Wtw Members Memorial Plaques Will be Unveiled Rabbi Bernard P. Sholrr will conduct services for thr unveiling 0 f Memorial Plaques in the Chapel of Klagler-G-ranada Jewish CommitTerence George Campbell. Stanlej Gould, A. c. Fessenden, Mrs. David i; Berry, Charles Ooldfiot, Philip Mandel. Leonard Abramson. Col. Milton R. Blum. Baroness Vladimir Kuhn von Poushental, and Charles K. Poyer have become members of Miami Beach Taxpayers' A-.-n Miami Beach Railway Co became a corporate member. 39'ers Will Have Party Menorah 39'ers. newly formed group of unattached men and women, will have a cocktail party Sunday, 7:00 p.m. in the new social hall of Temple Menorah. mumty Center Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Honored will be: Morrl. Brown father of Robert Brown; Sam R a don. father of Jqseph Radon; Barnet Rubenhtein, brother of F.ze R u henstein; Rose Shaw, mothers of Mrs. Pearl Raider and sister of Mrs Sophie Miller, ami Harry Wexler, father of Mrs Hannah Rlostein. For further Information, call Rabbi Shoter or Bob Brown GREETINGS) U. S. SLICING & FOOD MACHINES CHARLES Z. 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Friday. Dt>cnbejr 23. 1960 Israel Airline Opens Beach Office El Al l-rael Airlines opened one 0 f its largest American branch of [ ices with a reception and trarii ren,ral headquarter, for 5a | es fM -"' afternoon tor M.am, Beach of Ala.: ama fiTH ^ iS SU?."L "f ^ dv n £fi ficial--. civic headers, and travel ana. n ana LouiM intercontinental jes initiallv iot -ents. The Southern District office Opening of the offir. „,. M ight wi leave New York\ Inter focated at 1602 Washington ave u„h an announce,,'h H u SSf ST" %  *££ Mtami Beach, and w.ll be the rael, airllne wlll JJ !" Je Is. H esen p| ans call for thjs ^J S the phito be stepped up to six flights eaefc week by the beginning of summer These will be in .edition to El Al s jet-prop Britannia flights is anticipated that a suh-tantia It Dr. Irving Lehrman affixing a mazuza to doorpost of the new El Al office. Ila Hcrrel. Israeli stewardess, and Leo Gardner, manager of the Miami Beach office, look on. Pictured below, Gardner and Miss Harel witness Rabbi Leon Kronish lighting Chanuka candles during ceremony of the opening of the opening of the office last Thursday. Proportion of the bookings for the new jet ffigh s wm „rig lnate wllh 'he new Miami Bcacn office Captain Leo Gardner, wartime Air hcr 0 and former operations oflicer for El Al. has been a ppointed Southern District Manager in charge of the Miami Beach office The opening reception was attended by Mr Dror Galezer, El Al's manager for the Americas; Mr. Dov Adiv. general sales man Of El Al; Mr. J. Peter BrunsWick, director of public relations. Miss Ila Harel of Israel, who was Chosen the first "Miss International Stewardess" in the contest held in Miami Beach in 1958. acted as hostess. The Government of Israel was represented by Mr. Itosche Leahem. Consul General of Israel for the Southern Region of the U.S. The official opening was preceded by the traditional ceremony of affixing to the door a Mazuza. performed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple EmanuEl. Since the opening occurred during the festival of Chanuka. the candle lighting ceremony was performed by Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom. D. Lee Powell, Mayor of Miami Beach, presented the Key to the City to Captain Gardner. Judge Malvin Englander acted as master of ceremonies. ... Attention! Mothprn Who tare DEPEND ON BABY SITTERS WHO ARE CAREFULLY SCREENED WOMEN OF THE HIGHEST CHARACTER. CALL Southwest Sitters Service, Inc. A Reputable Agency, Licensed and Bonded By -ne State of Florida. MO 6-0969 and CA 1-6428 SEASON'S GREETINGS cur ICE FOI EVfftY COOLING NEED PLUS THE FINEST IN AIR-CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION PORTAiU BEVERAGE COOLERS ICI REFRIGERATORS PRODUCE DISPLAY CASES WATER COOLERS 24 HOUR SERV BLOCKS CUBES FISH & POULTRY DISPLAY CASES Also Hollywood and Ft. lauderctale CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION &f s.w. ,„ toJZZT" PW MW United Fund Makes Last Minute Appeal The United Fund campaign to raise $3,225,445 for the support of 400 health and welfare services for all Dadc Countians has ended Campaign chairman Arthur Gucker reported that the goal was not reached, and that the 54 agencies of United Fund face drastic cutbacks. "Although the official campaign is over," Gucker said. "It is still not too late for Dade countians to live up to their community responsibilities. "In the spirit of the season, those residents of Dade county who have not given can put their contributions in an envelope and mail it to the United Fund. Miami. Florida. Gucker said. •It is not just the one drive that is at stake here." he said, "but the future of many agencies that render vital services, guidance services for our youth, rehabilitation for the blind, for the handicapped, a ray of hope for those in need. Their Voices Recorded Sunshine Chapter of Bna. Bnth Women met Tuesday at First Federal Savings and Loan Assn f Members heard a recording of their voices in a program. Is Your Voice Really You-" In charge of information were Mrs H. Miller and Mrv Allen Abrams. SAFETY HARBOR SPA ONE HOUR BY AIR T0 TAMPA ST. PETERSBURG PROSPECT 61161 YOEL EISEN. Managtr Page 11-A WHITEWALL SALE 6$% • SAVE FOR SAFETY AT TURNPIKE SPEEDS! 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Page 12-A • 'Jet*1st fkrktian Friday. December 23. 1%Q I e Ii n le in di Ic 01 D Your a A Leaders: 1960-61 MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY MARTIN FINE: No. 20 in a Series. Martin Fine, chairman of the CJA Attorneys' Division. exemplifies 'he brand-of dynamic young leadership rapidly making their mark in community work His division recently brought out their biggest attendance in history at a law \eis' fund raising function, and produced the highest levels of giving of those present Fine lias a profound knowledge "i Miami's welfare picture which reflects his personal concern tor people and their future. He has often spoken up publicly in behalf of the aged, appearing In Washington bj special appointment before Sen. John Sparkman'a sub committee on housing The Senior Citizen's Division of the Welfare Planning Council named Fine chairman of their COmmlttM on housing. He is a member of Federation's executive commutee and board of governors, a board member ol the Jewish Home for the Aged, and vice chairman of the board of commissioners on the Miami Housing Authority. Gem ral chairm in Joseph M Upton -aid, " a n. President Bureau of Jewish Education Announces Winter Vacation Dates for Schools Jewish schools of Greater Miami will close from Dec. 22 to Jan 2. according to M. A. Baskin, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Afternoon schools will be open from Dec. 22 to Dec. 29 for rented ial and accelerated work and special programs. Sunday school will be closed for one session during the winter vacation, but kinder garten and nursery school will not observe the winter vacation schod ule. All schools will resume Tues lay, -Ian. 3. The Bureau will hold a special program for all directors of Jewish schools and teachers on Friday. Dec. 23 10 a.m.. at Temple Israel:New film* will be reviewed including one in Hebrew. Film strips will be evaluated aoji records and other audio material will be placed on 'display. Chanvka Card Patty Congregation Beth El Sistcrho i annual Chanuka and cud part) took place la-t week in Dora -t Memorial Hall. MrJack Shapiro ipresident. ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722 ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR pVNAGOGUES 4 JEWISH HOME?| We Cany Bar Mitzvah Records REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Creoter Miami's largest t Oldest Supplier tor Synagogues, Hebrew 4 Sunday Schools. Wholesale X Retail ISRAUI GlflS AND NOVllTltS 417 Washington Avt. JE 1-9017 NEWMZN FUNERAL HOME IJ3JOADE BOULEVARD MIAMI BEACH JEtferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman funeral Director GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS Tour MEMORIAL CONSULTANTS "Serving the /etriW: Community Exclu.n el>" STUDIO and OfFKI 9249 S.W. Itk Street HI 4-2157 Ami i.Mr or THI SMOND MONUMENT CO. personalized service of the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service excepf rosh hashono and yon, kippur Babok Unveiling The> dedication of a moni lo VIS memory of the Ute MOttlS RABOK leill tak' pUicr Sunday, December 25th at Mt. Nek* Cemetery at I Z \footi H'ltli Rabbi Dr Jsaui Hi tier officiating Mr Etabok imi i wife, Dim, and ti < i Uren. FnrtiJt an,! rVciative. are oil^ed to aTo Live in Heart? We Letvt Behind 1 to Live Forever) MEMORIALS "Aliomi'j Only iewisfc Monument Suileerr" Scheduled Unveilings SUNDAY, DIC. 25th, 1960 Mt. Sinmi Memorial Pork' Cemetery CAM. NADU, 2 p.m. Rabbi Joseph" E Rjj SAMUEL tOTFAK, ]:30 p Kjbbi Murr.. Aft. Web*. Cemetery MONDAY, DEC 26th. 19M MOSES NUTTER, 1 p.*. CjllIOT /*li>'Tjtr,l" Sr • TUESDAY, Qp-C. 77th, 1H0'; DR. OSCAR MAY, 2 p.m. Can tor S. Her fog* 'lit' 2 "May The* Souls ftrpose in Eternal Pesct'" II iii ARRANGEMENTS BY PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. [Miami Hebrew Book Store 1585 WASHINGTON AVB Miami Beach — JE S-3M0 Hebrew Raliaioue Sopo'itl &f • %  Synagogues. Sehooli A Private V* ISRAELI A DOMESTIC C C T5 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12thAvenm Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDEM IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR LAKESIDE MKMORIAI PARK N.W. 25th St. at 103rd A* TU 5-1689 "The Souths most beautif"' Jewish Cemetery" Coral Way iranchOffit* HI 4-9849 % 



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iday, December 23, I960 +Je*isti fhrldian TALES OF MORALS Rabbi ]ov hen "Halafta was once c the rich man. of course. For e: en if the rich man's business ven,i. t u'a.s to fail, he has other holdand I could easily collect the But, u'lth the poor man. irinuld his business venture fail. I .! have no hope of reclaiming 1.U 'hare just explained u'h\ : tranced wisdom to the u-ise irnied the same to the foolish," • nnded the sage. MORAL: Even wisdom can be u'l.lered. For what is wisdom : 'he employment of one\ rxprr:ri in common sense' The fool uij not be able to recognise u*is%  i eten 1/ granted him. Kjiecrtw C-rOMt-erarioM o?*0 '&K# rtft n$ T# •t'f^ M >rfrv -riBD;TT?I rjtfti? w^n nia*7 sn *?3 ironn can Das'? row on .ntaD 1 ? T : 1 v T \ 1 • %  .row IBK irtoa*? .o-sm T V T T • : • T I D> trlr.-rna pcair jnn .HDT^ •?? pto nan .-rnai ft* pirn m -rxtfn to f? n'jronri it nirt? 313 .o-oro* ^l?? ^ lift nriK •rta* niaipan ^aan-naate .mVra onix ; I ~ 1*1 T iV?iaj •? ibif? iTpon .D-a-iK -JDD rnxn .MNSUTfON V9H 9L.73r/m O/JWfi Page 13-A iam* 5 s, 'VICC J hi s We e&enJ mu.t bL in THTN -duded in the Religious Services column S^v^ R ^ m 0 TheJ ^^oridian noT later leaseeSi'vtrIrfE .!. 9 ,he WCek f P ubli 'inAll rethe r lateness "*' ^ me Wi re,urned P'< < The Border Police It was a quiet night, the sky was ill of stars. Suddenly two shots re heard. Again quiet. Two figres passed by in the dark, rifles hand ready at any moment for tion. They stopped for a number econds. Finally one said: "The ifiltrator has got away Look here! [ere is a sack on the ground. He left his sack and run away." This conversation took place heron two members of the border ilce. Israel's borders are long, most places they can be crossed • i> It is the task of the border lice to guard the borders of the uv.try against enemies. This page is prepared in COderation with the Spiritual Lead' ri of the Greater Miami Rabbincal Assn. Rabbi David Henon Coordinator CONTRIBUTOR! Rabbi David Henoa Tale* of Moral Rabbi B. Leon Hurwita Know Tour Heritage Rabbi Solomon Schiff Gems of Wisdom AOUDATH IBHAEL. 71 Carlyls m Orthodox. Rabbi la," Ever Ktttol 5 IS ,..„,. Batardai I 10 am Neil,,,,,: -The BltaU .,„ IM,,-.,,*??£!. E .M E ^~ SwTsw iMh .v.. P.. n :,o r V nl ,,V, M """ '"--• -. BETH DAVID 243*"sw 3rd ave. Conservative Rabbi Norman Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. iVi.i..y l:ifi ,..,„. Coue*< youth homecoming services Hermonettea: .-I, •' Hop* for JewlHli youth? '.'; V" •"'•""' "' K n, Struhanlt ^datone, Ronald Shapo and Kenneth '"'''",' Baturdaj B m Bar Milsvan Michael, ion <.r Mr, and \ii\ man Kahn. .lav. .,,„ ,,,• .\| r ,,,„, x ls Brni al Neufi Id BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Schiff. Friday :,.i:, and I I n Sermon: "Th.Tear 2, ." Saturday I a.m. Bai MlUvah: > i, phen, son ol air and lira, Barnard I'i.,t kin. BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd avt. Coniervative Rabbi David W. Her•on. Cantor Hyman Fein. Friday 1:11 p.m. Sermon: "The Matrlarrh of Nra*-).'" <'i,mmeiii a.m. Sermon: "Secret of Forgiveness." BETH JACOB. S01-311 Waihington ave. Orthodox. RabW Tlbor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchaa. Friday 0:30 p.m. Satunlay s:30 a.m. Sermon: "How io Ki-counlae a Brother." BETH KODESH, 11551 Quail Roost dr. Rabbi Harold Richter. F'riday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "PnycholoR-> Rerouted to Religion." Satuidaj 7 a.m BETH TriLAH. tSS Euclid ave. Or. thodox. Rabbi Joeeph E. Rackovaky BETH TORAH. 164th at. and NE 11th ave. Conaarvative. Rabbi Max Lipachitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. PrWay i:li and 8:15 p.m. Baa Mltxvah: Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbeit Lelfman. Saturdjiy 8:45 a.m. Itar Mluvah: Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mra. David Hens. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW Srd ava. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 40B 1tth st. Orthodox. Rabbi Jacob Salra. CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER. S75B SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Frtriav 8:30 p.m. S. rmon : "Iiuit Within Innocence." nneg ShaMmt In honor of Steven, son ohan Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Stem. Saturday !• a .in liar Mitivah: Steven Dohan, Kiddush in his honor, 3 p.m. Bar Mitxvah: Irving Stern. DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Max Zuckar. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. F*ildav v:to ]> m. Sermon: "We Have a Tree of Life. Satunlay S a.m. Sermon: 'Its the Approach that %  ounts Bar Mitavah: KUhard. son ol Mi and Mrs. 1-arry I'rlta e. &f •LAOLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51at pi Conservative. Rabbi Bernard Shotsr. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 5 and 1:15 p m, Sermon: The | Symbols of Our People." Saturday 8:30 a.m. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th tar Conserv.tiva. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 5:30 and 1:11 P %  %  •-' "'" %  Trv Poing it Yourself." Onea fhabbit boeu Hi and Mn ron Stee* h....-.r oi son, Ralph. "" Bar Mitavah during Saturdaj V a.m. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 EuclidI ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Self. mon: "When Brothel M. %  >^"" ir itar MitavahJoel, yu "' J Mrs : %  .Mr and tfM. Jfitoii_Oraj MIAMI HEBREW* CONGREGATION. 110? SW 12th ave. Trad.t.onal. Cantor Ben Grossberg. .IITMWUFRT~CENTER. 43S SW Sth 8O rt JTH C0n..Tv..va. B*fbi M.une. rrSd^P": JSfffSSB --^ Saturday 830 ajn_^ Friday 8 ,..m,. ^;!* ha 'i-: ,t Saturday servl.es 9aJTMPLE ",6Th'W. MM N. •<•"" del Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert J r .-um 0 "d.Cnlor Ch.Ha, tf" !" A R.bl.1. n IToi.h %  'r "Y.ar Mltatjff"r-te %  .,--M,s..eman FVIdman TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber. Saturday : %  a.m. I'.ai Milavah: Itonald son of Mr, ,.nd .Mrs. I'hlllp Bameaa. VOUNG ISRAEL CHand.cW Prtdai :ll and 8:15 ii.in. Saturday :• a.m. .-.mi, ii "Approach in Qreatneaa. e TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chal. ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kroniah Cantor Davlo Conviser. — e — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. l-Yi.iy v is n.in. Saturday '.':::II a.m. Sermon "Book of Genesis," bj guest Rabbi Hart) Law ence who will also officiate ,.i Bai Mitavah of Marshall, son or Mi and Mra, Han-) Fitter. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. Friday :!" p.m. Nathan I'erlmutler, executive director ol Anti-Defamation of B'nal B'lith will speak on "AntiSemitism—A N'.w Insight." S.turday I a in Sermon: "Weekly Portion/' Bar Mitavah: David, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Frank. Uas Mitzvah: Judy Helen.-, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Zall.s. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Canter Jacob Bornstaln. Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "The F'orFYiday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "I960 In Reti oapecf—America." TEMPLE JUDE... 320 Palermo ava Liberal. Rabbi Morns Skop. Canto' Herman Gottlieb. F'riday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Hebrew Teachings In the New Testament." Ban Mitavah: Cheryl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kronowltz who will Invoke the candle blessing and host Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Se> in.,in Simon who will host Kiddush. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. F'riday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the l.aw." Bar Mitzvah: Ricky, son of Mr. and Mra, Max F'ogel; Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Stratum. TEMPLE NER TAMID. Both st. am Tatum Waterway. Modern Trad). tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can tor Samuel Oombero. Krldav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tenth Man." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slid I.ill. TEMPLE SINAT NO. MIAMI. IMOt NE 19th avs. Reform. Rabbi Benm M. Wallach. Contemplates Christinas Saturday 11 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Joel, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kirs.hliauni. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB, to. Flamingo Way. Conssrvativs. Rabb Lao Helm. F'ridav *:1". p.m. Sermon: "I Am Your Brother—Are You Mine?" Oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rossnlck In honor of their wedding annlv.is.iry. Saturday 9 a.m. Officers of ISV will participate in services. Kiddush will follow. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glanti. Friday 3:30 p.m. Sermon: A < ongretation Rejoices." oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. A. H. First la honor Of forthcoming marriage of daughter, Barbara, to Dr. William B. < ooper. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "tiod Had Planned It So." TEMPLE ZIO~N7 5720 SW 17th st Cunservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Friday 1:10 p.m. Barmon: Boldneaa and timidity." Mr. and Mrs Jat* li.iii.hman will host oneg Sln.l.b..' and Kiddush in honor of son. Victor, who wil Bar Mitzvah during Satin day aervices 1:30 a.m. 5 i> >>* Bar Mitzvah: Victor, son of Mr. and Mra. Milton Jasper who win boat Bhaioa bhuddla. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger. PTiday v IS p.m Sermon^ J^ !" *£JJ i; rCeligious JL^ijc Identification a Necessity ... As Did Joseph By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ Temple Menorah In the Biblical portion for this Sabbath we read the story of Joseph meeting his brethren as he discloses his true identity to them. The Biblical account describes the dramatic shock they experience when the 'Master of Egpyt" cries out to them: "I am Joseph, your brother." The shock was so great that "his brethren could not answer him for they were startled in his presence." Of particular interest is Joseph's selection of words as he makes himself known to his brothers: "I am Joseph, your brother," he says. Then he immediately adds, "is my father still alive?" Joseph was concerned not only in identifying himself with his brothers who were standing before him. but he was equally interested in identifying himself with his father. Bible commentators insist that this phrase "is my father still alive" was Joseph's way of assuring his brothers that he truly was Joseph, the son of Jacob, their father. In other words, whatever doubts they had about the truth of his statement that he was their brother would be dispelled by his identifying himself with the father. It is a simple and beautiful story. In its simplicity, however, it teaches us a profound, moral lesson. The true test of being part of the peoplehood of Israel is the ability to identify oneself with the glorious past of Israel. There are many ways in which the Jew expresses his Jewishness. The Bible lesson of the week in the story of Joseph teaches us that the primary qualification of the Jew is identifying himself with the past heritage of Judaism. As Joseph, so must we always ask ourselves — is the spirit of our father still alive in us? The practical application of Joseph's story was made abundantly clear to me when I was a chaplain in the U.S. Army stationed in Berlin. Immediately following World War II there was a period of time when "it paid" to be a Jew. Because of a preferential treatment given to Nazi victims, being Jewish had its advantages: JDC packages, increased UNWRA feeding, and special treatment in immigration quotas. We experienced very often people coming to the office merely stating "Ich Bin Ein Jude," having partcipated in many of these activities in behalf ol the refugees. At first we disbursed our aid and assistance merely by such a simple declaration. But then it became evident to us that the number of "Packeten Juden" was increasing. Upon investigation we found many non-Jewish Germans upon our doorsteps posing as Jews m the hope of receiving this aid. It was then decided to enter into a more extensive interview before issuing aid. Invariably we found that the Jew who identified himself "with my father Jacob" was veritably a Jew. Of late we have read a great deal both here and in Israel of attempts to describe and to define the term Jew. It would be good when so many confusing statements are made to remember the story of Joseph. When one wishes, as did Joseph, to identify himself with his brethren, he must also seek identification with the great past of Jacob, our father. RABBI MAYtK ABHAM0WIJI ... story of Joseph Bat Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. ,i Life." Bfcturdaj I a-m. Mitavah Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs Qurdon Wolfs, n. who will lest Kniduah, Y0UN8 ISRAEL. WO NE jMtt j* Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber F'riday .'. 1.". and l:M P i" salurday 10:30 a.m. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave T Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwita Friday 1:1* p.m. 0 "v"^' i-""'-. Schwa, -tsman. wecUttva d,r., tor of Bureau ol Jawteh >* lu ';'; ,, n ,,, M "'. hers of Junior confT**attnn Win par IchVte In service. Saturday 1:45 a.m. Sermon: Weekly Portion. %  SJ SSJSJSBSSSJSBBSSBBSaa SSBBJSJ B| CANDUUGHJING TIMf 4 Tabet — 5:20 p-m. ssBBjaajsjsssasBsjssBBaajsj SSJSSJ sjsj By RABBI B. LEON HURWITZ Why it the House of Rofhehild known as the House of the Red Shield? Because the house in old Frank fort occupied by the earliest member of the Rothchild family had a red sign. It was in this house that Mayer Amschel Rothchild was born in 1743. His father Amschel Moses was a peddler. "Rothchild" soon became the name for Red Shield. or Red Sign. • • Did Matthew Arnold refer to Heinrich Heine a$ rho "wrdonic aanllff" of hi* age? Yes. Heine was regarded by many of his contemporaries as the wittiest man in Europe. Heine was also called by many "the heart of Germany." • Kindly give u* a brief word about the philanthropies of Nathan Straus. Nathan was born in Bavaria m 1848 and was brought to America at the age of six. He became a partner of K. %  Macy and Company and of Abraham and Straus, and because of his great generosity became known as the "Great Giver." Incidentally, word Nathan in Hebrew means "to give in the panic of 1893. he set up stores for distributing bread, coal and groceries to the poor On one occasion, he sold his yacht, so that he could send money for the war orphans in Palestine. The Straus' were particularly known for their promoting the idea of pasteurized milk for babies. GEMS OF WISDOM Our Jewish Bible has implanted itse'.f m the table-fal* ""J household life of ererv man and woman in the European and American lUliOM, EMERSON. • • • Throughout the historv of the ; Wttttrn world, the Scriptures %  have been the Rreatetl instigator* of ^ re: fit against the worst forms of Jencal and political despotism. IILXLEY. • • The earlv Hebrews, had created | the Bible out of their lives, their descendants created their lues out | o/ the B.ble. SACHAR. I • • • From century to century, even | HUM this day. through the fairest r regions of civilization, the Bible doatiMiei ex.stence. Its vision of I 1,/e molds states and societies. Its | I Psalms are more popular in every | country than the poems 0/ the na3 turn's own poets. Besides this one I bool; with its in/mite editions | Ball other literatures seem trifles as I | fll ,.. -ZANGW1LL. I ... %  • %  %  "• %  %  "" i : I



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Foaw **-A Friday. December 22 I960 Oversets my aiAHU SAlFfTEX Another Change-Over Takes Place in Israel Chief of Staff *me CHIEF O* 5 Vaff ---> —•' *j yah* as Una MR ef UK State ••** aa* a a** uhere here km fire Charts wf I and the smh tut jest bee* atv The fir Case* Arm; fang Gee Yaaba* Dm .aha • Chief f Mall, aa the MIUBBI tf-asa-faTaier 'he bale fr a l. aw• %  Dead Sea Sere** fame, and h now professor of area a ta H e j at the Hebrew I'Rnremty After Yatha ease Ge* Mordechai MakWf who after a than uatatt. became general aaaeagtr of ooe of larael's aha awa —iiaat—al fame at eeaaaunder of tfct Israel Farce* ai the Saaai Campaign. He resigned three years age. latartd pebtaM. aas elected a member of thl rise* aa ke Masai bat. asd u now Minister of Agriculture im Vutnm§ Pii. ly SAM CAtSON Abe Ribicoff: Fulfillment of American Dream teiAHiM A ftlfttCOFF ** Jem agpaJaajl •<, a Cabtatt p*t v a Lasted Stale* Administration Mean MwgiBthBU. ** Secretary of 'he Treasury aasVr President Praaklin D Raaeehug •her*are dattereaec* beMr Morgeatbau and the anas B>saga Hid by President-elect Jaha %  BgauJaU ^rp of Hearth. Edaraf ton lere hare been other Jew* in our iron* atlredid the New fc.-.-a.r Hagh Uw came to (o to eoUege I -cgewthaus bHonge-i "< the ar '/rfhodoa Ai> I studied : %  • "" %  %  • '.Go mar ol 6 '• %  ;lar*.• r, r i Tin I -. | • a fui • to help al I (or his fjm. • -t> when she married the bnlliai Jews in Sports: By HAROLD U. RIBALOW Activity At Wingate IF YOU TRAVEL b) tST from Kamat Gan il < a.*, rr.il an hour But %  %  • f the Ii %  ;.el anil ll ell back %  Par hart, n era than any* '.jr<>,f •*.. ti %  %  ii pi rfection i :,!laii' It tot rly -a* v with the :. at would like 1 %  trill become an in i am aJteriMMM i •[M-rit Ham i n vividly h' the bard trotk of thou roalised tha' theK'%  •'. I %  '-ntiially would become physical training bMtruetort, were dedicated to their work I wa>. especially taken with the goo hip which was Imnedfatei) ajotieeaMe. Some of the Kirls were from ia. dark skinned and pretty and sturdy I had. in the past, read here .inrl there, about color prejudice in Israel, but it Aer* wa> anv doubt in the minds of the people with me. they vanished when they visited the Institut. 'I In ached and encouraged the Kirls and, later, when the practice was over they walked away together, arm in arm. laughing and friendly. Because there is stress on fitness and strength in Israel. Ihe lulure of such places as the Wingate Institute is assured. aatveraur. offjoated at the ceremony She ha alwayt "u-rt. active tn Emaouel. ftill M. Ah* RibK-off ha been occupied with general comT. unity affair* — ftr*t on the local level then in the *tate. ao nationally But be hav never neglected his Jermh affibatiom He u still an honorary member of U*e board of directors of the Hartford Jewish Federation He has served in many capacities on the t>oard> of practicaliy every Jewish organization in i-d state Tbe eery weekend he had to go tee Mr Kennedy to receive his Cabinet appointment. he '-d to attend the Hew England Council etinr of the Lnior. M iietai ii -•-^g"e ir'jm Temple B '.' I red His : ow-member of the Council understood why be had %  daace at -haAh inaugurate-; aGovernor l b 1985! 1.1 • Beth Krael "udy of '•>ranot MCI .-.-.tor. for tptritual rt I — Abe I I i bheafTi n Abe • • ;her pas-ed a*.; h case, "ummg in the II %  • b occacion. a nh adtl ATier. lb* Ribicoff ran lor the Govrnor-hip the 1&51 he ,,i~\n% thl •he rik stocking John Davi Ledge U maud It uaderwarer campaigning against Hib. the grounds of race ar.d idigloa. The former ( Democratic Fae man nasped McGuire. bolted his party and cam paigned acains' Ribicoff Aweekoefon etfea AU kted %  headon He appeared on a stj -le ''lared thit would be rutfiB• Ameri'an 'irearr if a lew, w >n of a .-h .mmigrant wi N '" rath Party r* told 'it Coanecticut raeJd a boy named Abe • Af^e Ribatoff whose father Samuel s t ,.! at the Orthodox #i ji •*: be a memperate a departn. -i staff of 62.000 • Oinet he will help frame over l aa rra w u i r, n depart• *i'h medical %  •'t --V.: social eeuritj arid :.'i gee Amenear, [,. opla — baee a man in Washington For und Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Kach of these Chief* of Staff, a* aell as the ou „ n j] ooe. Oen Ha.rn l-a^kov. represcata a different phase m the Maaary aad develapment of tbe Iirael Defense Each of them has an entirely different personality and indeed, it aould be bard to find a croup of men in the -ame and. more or le, similar past in Israel i pre Vav >ears who could be so diMhwilai as the former of Staff However, there i* awe wterejting point common to all of theav alter relsnaeiahing their highest post in the Army.*they went to atady at soeie university in brael or abroad Gen. Laakov took o*er the Army after the victories Sinai campaign. With the change-over in the caearaand. on Jam iher i|] be more than a change of officers. It u perhaps in. teresting and significant that, while Gen. La>*.o\ three years ago. was recalled from hu studies in Oxford to become CtaaJ bnrorable resoluCoa real the Stale Department secretly cabled the Arab leadernot to take r .eieni-ly. that it didn't Bean any!' But finally, come hell, hi^h water and the -triped partboyt II! the Sate Department. Pre-;i!(r:^ Truman i i la no ahead and recognize the State ot Israel It was five pm. New York time, whin the State of Israel was to be proclaimed on "May 14, 1948. when the Briti-h officially surrendered their Mandate Mr Truman was >et now to recognize the state. A: that hour. Mr. Ben-Gunon was officially notified that the last company of British troops had withdrawn from the country. He arose and read the proclamation ol independence. As the radio waves carried the announcement from Jerusalem, the wires also carried another announcement lrom Washington. It was the following simile statement: The (iovernment has been informed that a Jem-h State has been proclaimed in Palestine and recognition been requested hj -he Provisional Government. The ed States recognize thjj Provisional Governnjeat *> the de facto authority of the new State of I.-ra.l H %  %  en minutes alter five. Portrait of UJA's New General Chairman IHiLIP M. KLUTZNICK. thl newly ral rhairman of "he 'I Appeal. ne( dl no no important ph;>. I American Jewish Ufa in which he left no mark am | Ine Jewish leader, m thicountry, [ aaao one of the ablest. He itanaa lout as an in-piration to many Ann tx.rn young Jews aspiring to leadership on a local and na'ional level. He is also looked upon in Washington as a nersonahty strongly devoted to the causes of both the United States and Jewry In tact he ,considered the per-on proving beat that one can be a good American and a good Jew at the same lime I, s no secret that he was activeli engaged in the r. 10n campaign helping Kennedy to become elected pre-,den, of the United States „e had leen in high government positions under President HouseW Truman awarded him tbe CertiflcateTf Merit. And Pretidenl Eisa n howat appointed him member of lelegation to the United Nation,'Ge-:.rji bly in 1K7 Hi the admiration of members of fun"i both p,irties_an admiration he won during the years he held important posts |n Washington, including thai of ('ommi-sioner of the Federal Public Housing *.•* thority, His record of achievments on the "Jewish front' isimilarly striking. He was elected president of Bnai B nth in 1953. at the age of 46. and was the youngest man then ever to hold that important post He was chosen in 1958 as chairman of the President s Conference, which coordinates the action of 16 major American Jewish organizations on most important issues. He has been a moving force in the work of the I'mtea h Appeal. Today, be serves as president of the B ni B nth International Council and as president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. H* is also a member of the board of the Jewish Agency for and is taking a leading part in a number of other national Jewish organizations.



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friday, Dcmbr 23. 1960 LEGAL NOTICE "^N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE nTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT >N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 60C3766 \ HAKKI \ • ... NOTICE OF PUBLICATION RiMlRKT II W'.RISI IN .. HoU ., i v, .c ARE. ii. i .iv i .in I you aii i .\. %  |.l. ..' UK 01 • rnN V Ullide. bllai rk of iii• la> • •! Jan • .. .:m. m l>j ill • u|| y, i|| DAY Hi-' \i .\ %  il M ..in l '.! %  • ;: i. iKUMAN. [let* "In lit I'l.nrl I. rt* C .only Florida By wv W STOCKING I >. (Mil i • ui .TON A. KIIIKI'MAN ,,i. \ for 1*1.. in. iff \II,.I. i B ill ling v i It Florida Fll.niklln 1-5664 %  tunmu •'JewlstrhrkJtor BY HENRY LEONARD NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1% THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 50M6 IN RE I. -tale Ol oscAR y OREJSN I lece—adAll creditors and All I'erann*, Havlaima or Demands Annn-i Bald T iriI Y and each of ytiu, ate h-i-lo .tified d roQUlrod in i MI an) ,,,,,;,:ui .t-iii....-is which you, "i i ..ui. may hiivf asalnal MM I ISCAB iv I;I:I:I.N d. ,.t i'nilCounty, Blorlda. to thCount '• Judge* ol 11..ii. my, and file the MOM In tli-ir ofCO II tllOII.-Ill I ...... .i.u-, Florida within -nt!.i relendm ,,.|i..i in., w ill I.. i \. eon b. r X A.D |;i .i | KT N I IRHEN, A!>• ,.( .... I... -• U ill .ml Ti -I. i. .'.ui .. •-. R l-\ URBEN, I'. %  -I:N LEGAL NOTICE N ,L H E COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE ... N o. 31489 1953 IN RK Emailof WILL i: M'I:I. N J' CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOB mtTo.o,,,... ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jen UK n-cridtiar \ solicits your legal notices. 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Miami Beach TALI *N< II l C WALLER Ail..i ney B ror I -l Kat I'.' | LEGAL NOTICE Is, i nfc. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 60C11899 SAVINGS BANK IN THE NEW YORK, .. N v> Voik b p it I 'ii. I'.., ntlff. t HavSald Y< s FRANKLIN ANDRES and AKI-oTTICO ANDRES, li> wife, I .-I, nda.nl NOTICE TO APPEAR I V-MES FRANKLIN ANDRES ,1 rHARLOTTECl ANDRES Mol-I. Apt I!* I'.ranford, Connei ti.ut .f AiiK HI-:I:I:I:I NOTIHKD HUH %  -ui in aqult) bai been bruugnl ;.ii,-t M,u hv CENTRAL SAVINGS I:\NK IN THE CITY OK NEW YORK .v.iiii Court of lhEteveulh Jodti tal ilrcull in and for D.ule Counl>. in Ctlarani, and you arli-r-l.. uiiinnd, ordered and r.'.tuire.l to fi'. \o.ir written anawers or del. n%  ti, ii,, ,-. midulni filed hareln asalnat j.... in ihe above-entitled CAUao. In l!.. i.fflce of the Clerk of the (ii.-nU c -in in and for Dado County, I-I.THI... ti HIP c..urth..u*e tn Miami, Florida, n i.r beforo lhth day of Jann:.i> ; and I., aerve .. -..p> ..' "'" %  '" %  ,.,,. ,, r .l-fenae up." DAVID P ATSHAN, l'utlntirr all..rney. herein uli... addres* U 14th Floor at l Baal I Street. Miami Florida, '"i ,,u fail to .1" ao, ,|..r— pro f*MO "HI b4 -ii'-"' Ualnnt \.|| for the relief .1. "landed in IIi ." %  ialnt. Y, i aifurther notified that the na-aid auit la 10 forl"-e a mortE... encumbering "* ti.llowl"g-decrUd property to-a-tt: l.. ; Block CAKOI. CITY OARi HENS, aceordlnt t.. the pjal thereof, .,, ,„ PUI Book I'-. i % %  '-: %  the publh reiordOf Dada f'.iunty, Florid... ,^ aid foreclosure notion ha* r>e. n | n ,he ,:, A--etyled Court. WfTNEW my hand aa Clerk of the. (•.mil court of DadCounty. ri..ii, ... n'.i the -.1 of paid Court, at M'""'': intv. Florida, thla 7th dn> of I~ ember, IMO. • „ F R I.EATllKltMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court of lftdefo'inD. Florida ( ,i By: K M. I YMAN. Deputy Clerk. T\vin r. CATSMAN It 'i EliM.rat 101 i: Huler St. "'• %  "" %  '•-• "• ii/s-is-r-so IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA ,N PROBATE No 51208-C I \ RE IN' DAVID B WR1UHT, • 'N'O'T'ICE TO CREDITORS \ i %  I inln .'laniior Dam inda Afalnal ^ DU are hereb) nol II a and I eq in %  nl an] • ktlmi and demand* have ...^..iii'i th ••-,ai..t DAVID I. WRIGHT d. l,i. .a DADE County, Florida. !•• the Count) Judj f ii-'.ie County, and file the .-ame in their offices In th* fount! Courthoua* In Dade Lounty, Florida within elhl calendar [noniha from the nat ol tha flrot pubUcatlon hereof, or thname >ii be burred. OSCAR WILDE WRIOatr, Executor EDWARD II LEVIN Attnrne> f". Executor IK02 Coogreiw I'-uilding Miami "2. Florida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48569 IN RE: Batata of MORRIS COP.TKZ I Red NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereb) given thai I have ny Final Report and Petition for ; Final Dtacharge aa Exe. Hot • •-•.•• .,f Mori itea, -I. ce led an I thai "" the loth ...I. ai :' M P M Will appl) tu the Ii I J ,.i i ...,i. i' lunl Florida, I ; irt and for dlatrlbuii Ext Ii dent i da) of N ISADORE CORTEZ MAX l: SILVER Attorn. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVHN that the undersigned, desiring t %  i.nai;ii bualnea* under Hiflctltioua nan., ol STROLL -O -CHAIR DISTRIBUTORS al 1227'. N.K. I3n Avenue, North Miami intends tn reni.-i-r geld name Uh the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Ll'LI.Af.Yi: DIAPER SERVICE. INC. a Fla. Corp. It'1-9 NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the UP | n liualneaa un. • ,,r fHB PAY COHEN EXPORT %  PAN Y al 15 l| N I: Rath Streel M Inti rids in reglstei >.. i.l name I nrk ui Hi. Clrcu '..in i i.i Dada taunt). l-li.n.i.i NATHAN 'I COHEN 11 J-9-U-2S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tliunderalgned, dealrlng to -:._.i^. bualneaa under the fictitious SHERRY'S RROASTED I'IIUKKN al 1661 Alt. n Road, Miami Beai h, Floi Ida Inlet ; I eg Btet Kaid nam I the i 'lerk of tht Clr. ill 'out I ol Dade County, Floi id I BRON BROASTBD, INC by: Th Ion M Ti u.-h.ii. I*n nl. BCRNETT H'.TH At tome] f. ll/l-M 922 Si %  %  IS j-S-K-21 IN Ti NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTU3B 5 HEREBY OIVHN that \'|; I 'N'^V'V.'UK.IEWEI.KVC.IU'1 ia Pfi corp.) SMIP.1.IV W..1.EE IN THE COUTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 50544-C RE Estate ,.f ELLA i BLAKE l -,'. %  ., avd, NOTICE TO CREDITORS AII Creditor* and AH Peraobi HBA in Claims ..r I'-iiiainls Against Bald nattate: You are hereby notified and required to prevent any claims and demands which you may have Mains! the eatate of ELLA J. BLAKE.deceased late or Dade Comity. Florida, to thCounty ludges of Dade Count*, and file the same In their office* In the County Courthouse in DudCounty, 1 -lorida. within eight calendar months from the date of the flral pubUcatlon hereof, or the same will be barred. NELL HARIUDR FREED, Administratrix, C.T.A. DANIEL NKAi. HELLER Attorney MO Ain-lei Budding Miami. Florida il/M-M-IO. l/ Br .11 I'l ,a-t. ,1. In. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i-. i' buslneaa under the fictitious nam.. %  >' BIRD \!H CONDITIONING AND APPLIANCE SERVICE ..i 1375 Bl I Miami. Florida Intend* to register salt namwith the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of I'a.i. %  County, Florida. JACK <:• LDIE 7U0 8W -'MII rn Miami. Fla. i. j-.-is-r NOTICE Dorothy London an.I i.airy Dindi.n are no longer ,— ated with Rellgloua Producta aa ol November J-i. 1960. M. E. Fountain and Eleanor Fountain and Marvin Novak and Bnld Novak aisi'iownera .-i Rellgloua Producta. Dated Baturday, November H II 9-16-2-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that thund-rsici.-.l. .l-.-niim tn -nuage in bualness under the flctltioua nun TROPICAL RIVER GROVES in town%  hlp in Soul %  Range ... i: ial In Char I..tiCount), I rida, and al 133 H .eira A ven ue. C I Intend* to ri said namwith the clerk>f the Cli ia of Dadi i' %  nt) FI .rlda, an i Charlotte i Dated at -Mia K i.. if Decembi %  • IT iIndusi %  lei Inc. Coral Gal CAIN ft ISIS Attorney's foi \1830 Wi .rlda 10. 1 G Attorne) 120 Lincoln Road l!/$-ll "Q^BfflQfft that BARN--. Bt rh ".'.VTniend |.."re'ister said name Hade 'ou.it>; 4 Y' N ''' V ,-KRNSTElN g^LPATCHEN CARR WARHKN Atiorney. for Applicants MUX A.nsle> Hldg ij/j.a-16-23 NOTICE UNDER LAW I VEN NOTICE UNDER FiCTITIOUE NAME LAW VoTICE IS HK.Rl.BY OIVEN t wt the uii.ler-lgned. de*lrln to engage in Im-lnesa under the flctltioua name oi IDEN RKAL.TT at 2SM West Flageet, Miami. Florida Intend<" r*iler uld name with the Clerk "• Circuit Court of Dodo Count*. Rorlda OOLDKN REALTY I l-rome Ooldman. Sole Owner '"I OMAN ft imi.l.sTl'iN W Racier st Miami. Fla. Men Realty ,. „ |e/v,.pia gs NOTICE UNOER FlCTITIOUE NAME LAW ^OTI.'E IS HEREBY GIVEN thai d r-ign-d. desiring to en| i. tn, fl.tltioiis na-nee FICTiTlOUS NAME I NOTICE is H^RBBJO.. the undersigned desrli^ nami of busine.-s under th \^\ aI tit t N.W HEOK.IANM-.OF MIAM 27th A%'enue Mi-tm^ ime Q( lh clr goid name iVde t'ountv. riorlda. U 'S : ''.r.t.''lUMN^A..KS.lNC. a Ha Corp. NFI.-oN* SPIEI.V-;' %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 40S10-B IN RE: EaUteof _„_, EI.IZAI.ETH GOLDSTEIN. formerly known as rv HI v ELIZABETH QOMMTEW COHEN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Per-ons Having Claims or Demands Against ouid ''', %  "!,'''. ir e hereb) notified and re.iu.red o pre-en, any -U.lnis and demands whkTh you ma> have against the estate nTorthl 0 ^ the date of the firs, publication hereof, or the same MB oe •"'"HARRY MAHI.ER. Executor ARNOI-l> BLOME, Attorney O) Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida tt/e-MMI IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No. 51142.C IN RE. Estate ..f LOI'IS MEYERS D-ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and .Wl Persons II;n ing Claims or Deiniaiids Against s'ai.l Estate: 'You. and each of you are hereby notified and required to pres-ni en) claims and demands which you. oi either of vou. may have against the e.-tate of l.id'IS MEYERS d—as-.l Ial. of Hade Cuiinty. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file thsome in their ofricea in the County Courthouse in Dude County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said Claim! or demanda to contain the legal address of thClaimant and to he sworn to and presented I* afon Mild, or Mm will he barred. See FjaethM ...t 16 ot the 19C Probate Act. Date December .'. A.D. 1W MILTON It MANN'KEIMER As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of LOUIS MEYERS Deceas-'il KOVNER ft MAN'MIIMMEP. Attorneyfor Executor j.^.^^-.-n .... -^ ii'iir-i !r ii> i'ti"i'• %  : ft CUSHION '' A i-rsm-.v at STM s VI Florida Intends ..,! n im-s with Ihe Hem %  • Court of Dade County, II I.JAN '. V Bole i iv. 1 N KM.MAN, r Jl Ktl I '..ride .. ii... i 1 :eet II/U-M-SO. 1.'6 Not,CE"TO CREO.TO" K.eebv notified and requljYou are hereh n demands ,d to Pr**'" 1 n > J'"iTiinst the estate „ t,l, h you may ^jr.^si>N d. „f WIIJ.IAM ^^"'norlda, to the lat-of !•"''* '."Dirte .'."inty. and County •' ua '"„ f ,heTr 'ffi'-s l" ,he file '.he same in men County, la'.un.v *rthou~ "JD.£ r ,„.„„„. ", "aLVeof the irsl pubH| from 'he date or JIW barred. r\... not VlMORDE N' MacDONELL ,.i,t. ;.., Hortda i2/t--ll-a ^^SD^FSE-CO R USTY O .Ne r e M Y. jOtrcPB I'l.iisKo. Ilalntiff. MArUFj"i.KSKO. ^^OTICE TO APPEAR Tf> MARIE PLE8KO 132 North Maple Avenue ,n al T. c.urt of Dade County, Florida. Clerk ol Circuit %  <" %  '> By rJSputy Clerk %  AMITB 1 ''AND ritlfl ling Miami ::-', Pfcrlda i;/e--18-2S IN THE COUNTY JU DOE'S'COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51327 C IN RE: Estate of HARRY A SIMON C NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons HavingClaims or Isamands Against Bald K You are hereby notSled andI required to present any claims and demands Which you may have against the estate of HARRY A SIMON deceased late of ride County. Florida, to the County Judaea of Dade County, and 'lie the ;,m.. in their offices in the bounty Courthouse in Dade County .Floridawithin eight calendar months from the" date of the first publication hereof. '' r,heS rr^MOl ? R r ^S.MDN fi/ THEI.MA BIRNBEK-i Simon. Hays and Grundwerg Attorneys 7.01 Alnsley Building Miami 32. Florida. ll/t.l,eVil-a IN THE COUTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 45949 -B IN RE I'.-' i Ri IBE RAPPAPl >RT LON< I Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereby given that I have filed my Final Reporl and Petition for Distribution and Final Dls.-hari:as Executrix of th.eatate of ROSE ItAPI'AI'.d'.T l.iiN'i;. deceased: and that %  n the iMh of January, IMI, will apply to the Honorable County Judge* of Dade COunty. Florida, for approval .f said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge ..Executrix ol the -slat..f the above-named doeedenL This IMh .la. .. December, i%0. GERTRUDE BERSON >L\C MPRMELL Mtorney I9'l 8.W. 3rd Avenue Mtaml ::I'I. Florida II I 6-W-30,1/6 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOTCIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR:DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 80-C 11217-B ADELAIDE HAN8EN, Plaintiff, ARTIUU 'llANSEN. Defendant. __ SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ARTHI'R HANBEN c'o J. Van der Bpek Id Dartmouth street. Wyckoff, New Jer**) Vou ARTHI'R HAN8EN are Ii noiified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed agalnal rou, ,„,. v,.u arc required to wrve a copy of COOT Answer or Pleading to the Bin of Complaint on the plaintiff ; Attornev STONE and BITTEL, MIndiw„,ai National Bank Build ing, KWeat Flngler St., Miami S2. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In th office of the Cerk of the Circuit Court „ or before the Sth day of January 1961. If vou fail to do so. Judgment by default, will be taken against you lOr the relief demanded in the Bill of Com'" T 'his notice shall he published once •anil week for four consecutive weeks n"THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida this Itn day of December. AP K 6 B I.KATHI-TRMAN. Clerl.. sar Vk.'s.^Asr • n orlda ,seai; Deputy Clerk ^oranslrra'^alonalBankBldg. Mlaml-32. Florida Attorneys for Plaintlft ^/j.ig.jg-SO ATSNTION AnORNEYS! 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w...S th .w ovnan s 'WorU Mr. and Mrs. Maury Shein arc having open house to honor son. Barry, and fiance Juclv daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Faliek They'll all be at 2932 Prairie ave.. to lay "hello" to friends Sunday from 2 to 6 ... Oh. yes Linda Shein, home from Ohio State U for the holidays will be there too Helen Sobel. young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sobel, floatr ;e a blond dream in purple organza with sparkly shoe's won dance contest with partner Robert Covin at the Beth David igreeation Cotillon Dr and Mrs. M. p :1 „i Kappaport of =w Orleans housegucsts of his parents, the senior Rappaporls of 20 Bay rd. Young people home for the holidays Arthur Sater, in his |jd year at Western Kentucky State College, arrived in time to elcbrate the 30th wedding anniversary of his parents. Mr and rs. Nat Sater, Dec. 21 Sisters Barbara (Mrs. Marvin) Haven [id Rona (Mrs. Sheldon) Aberman hosted a dinner party at Nick ad Arthur's in honor of the occasion When Edward Ginsburg, son of the Ben Zion Gmsburgs, ar|iv Dec. 13, additional reason to celebrate They became greatrents for the Drst timi lmmmm ,. On a sadder not, Friends are extending condolences to Silvei on the sudden death of husband, Hyman. MKS. fAY ABUN BOBBINS Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, chairman of the Women's Division General Solicitation in behalf of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal, called her area captains and key workers together at a kick-off cotfee on Tuesday at the Seville hotel. On hand to brief the workers and issue campaign kits were Miami Beach chairmen: Mrs. Eve Chanin. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag, Mrs. Murray A. Shaw and Mrs. Frank Dellord. The general solicitation will cover all areas of Dade County. MrKg. nalz announced. During the next few weeks, individual area campaigns will get under way, headed up by a number of Women's Division veterans. Mrs Fred Blank and Mrs. Henry Gilbert are sharing the responsibility as area chairmen for North Miami and North Miami Beach Mrs. Michael Sumbcrg is chairman of; the Miami Shores area, and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein is chairman of the Northwest area. Co-Chairmen of the Southwest area are Mrs. Manuel Burstein. Mrs. Marion Meyer, and Mrs. Harry Queen. Area chairman of Coral Gables is Mrs. Melvin Weinkle, and chairman for the Kendall. Pcrrine and South Dade areas is Mrs, Alfred Reich. Chairman of HialcahMiami Springs, will be Mrs. David Sherper. Key workers of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal met at the Seville hotel Tuesday, to hear a campaign briefing and receive their workers' kits. Shown with chairman of General Solicitation Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz (center), are (left) Mrs Eve Chanin and (right) Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Academy Women Annual Brunch Annual membership brunch of Hebrew Academy Women will be noon Wednesday, Jan. 11 at the Dcauville hotel. Program high-light will be a play. "Building With Membership." by Mrs. Robert Bloch. The cast, members of the Academy, include: Mesdames Abe Auron. Arthur Berg, man. Louis Bunim. Allen Cohen, Samuel Farher, Milton Lubarr. Leo Reinhard. Leonard Rosen, Yolanda Sincoff and Jerry Sussman. Assisting Mrs. Moses Rosenhouse, chairman, are Mrs. Herbert Bergcr and Mrs. Harry Kaplan, program co-chairman. "This is the year." said Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president, "of 'building' at the Hebrew Academy A campaign for SI.000.000 is now in progress for the new Academy to be located at Pinetree dr. and 24th Rehearsing for play "Building with Membership or >e annual membership brunch o fu u.hrpw Academv Women on Jan. 11 at t SeSlehoS are standing (left to right) MesSames Robert Bloch, author and director of play. Louis Bunim. Milton Lubarr. Leonard Rosen, Herbert Beraer. co-chairman Abe Auron, Leo Reinhard. Seated (left to riant) are Mrs. Harry Kaplan, program co-chairman, ana Mrs. Allen Cohen.



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Page 2-B +J(i*tFkrkiton Friday. Dece-.bei 23 136QI Annual Concert At Ner Tamid %  */* mm. D. W Cantor Samuel Gomberi jrtD head Temple Ner Tarn id annual concert Sa urday evening Jan 14. %  liar auditorium. Cantor Combers . Accompanist will be Hy Fried, irgani-t and pianist, who will also pUj -i veral piano solos. Irvine C Spear is chairman of the concert committee Co chairmen are Mrs Goldie Cohen. Sisterhood L ,ent. president. Club: and Ceorne Sanders. led Youai Adulti Oan Pi%r H program coordinator Judea Flans Dance %  ,ie Fa rbark* orchestra will furnish he music for Temple Judea Sisterhood New Year'Fve -dam. Dec 31. in the Thepm to : In charge '. reservatioBs are Mrs. Hy LtpWII a>i! MrA. S'em Funds ill go to the Temple SEFTY Youth program. Dade Heigh's Sisterhood Sisterhood of Daoe Heights Jewi-h ( ongregation is showing the mow 'Picnic' with Kim Novak and William Holden, Sunday eve ning. in the Temple at 1401 NW 183rd st. Beth Torah I .„.. Inf. its firs, dmn.• Years eve in the ., c la hl „ "JJ o.m In charge are j r ,oki en 1J president; Newton Greene ch 3 man; Carl Zwernrr. chairman NI Y. JI'S e-.e comrr.t.. \,j r \ Zwernrr and Mr [ %  .,] p^'y^JJ rvatk M; Mr Ir .ri \;-, ^T Srhrciber. eeterrni; in d M r JZt thur Cohen, decora:.' J Guest on 'Still Small Voice 1 "Still Small Ve.ic." Projr ^ 'pmaored by the Rabbinical AnsJ %  •I Oreater Miami. :l| t e „ the direction of Rabbi Eugene o\itz. spiritual le„c!cr of !>„,£ ; Ner Tamid. on Sunday. io ,I over WCKT eta 7. Guest will bt Rabbi Harold Richtcr of Canbbeu Jewish Congrega'ior.. m disci* %  in of "Chasudic Movement" New Sweet Unsalted Margarine Gets Approval of Diet Specialists and Doctors nuafted margarine, made t• u pi id :. %  n i il, is -• thn Fleischmann's Swe< :ed luced by Standard Bi %  nion tot i rn-Oil 1 from dot ( consumers for a i /en food Bed %  i -' i • 1' from the usual marketing pattern in acts the light, fresh flavor of the product from point of production :o the home. No salt or other preservative tdded. and the freezing at the instant it ,s made insures its freshness and purity. The product iserved as any other table spread. The quarter of the margarine in use may be kept in the refritera'or The remainder should be stored in the home freezer. In introdurinc 'he new product at a luncheon a* the Duponr Plaza. J V. Marler. v.ce president of I ndard Brands in charge of Groeery 1 mmented on the market.ng of the firsBesetted 100 percent corn-oil margar:n< Ml they bad moisted an I ing tow-sodium ipr lr 'A( were advised by medical researcherthai n OB vKllum res TIC-may also be on diets aallii nt of lim acid. This product, in addition to being unsalted. haa Imoleic acid content of 30 percent. The formula consists of 100 percent corn oil, of which one-half is liquid com ">' and the remainder pure corn oil hardened only enougn to permit shaping the product into the familiar print foran Freezing of the product helpke it possible to a1 tain such a high level of liribtek to Marl* r, Fit isch%  i lelkate f i it %  m di •The ding char. are an • %  '.;'. diets 'ing %  flavor i f this t makes :: highly palat. a :-prea.: for breads and excellent for serving with vegetableor for cooking, baking and pan fryint Marlel declared Standard Brands has prepared a aflet. Food Can Be Tasty On A Sodium Restricted Die:."" which contains a simple explanation of -,ich diets Copies of the booklet for distribution may be obtained free from The Jew ;=h Floridian. Box 2973. Miami 1. Fla 10:00 P.M. TONIGHT Tomght as you watch TV enjoy the distinctive nutty flavor o! Swiss Knight cheese Great lor snacks with crackers and fruit. 6 handy zip open" wedges. THE caiClNAI iv Swiss KNIGHT ocessMurii cntisi BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC. JE 1-7117 "GOOD LUCK'Vith HERRING! Here's the most taste-tempting way to with your holiday meat* good luck for the year ahead. Just serve Vita Herring. Cuatom has it that a bite of herrmg at holiday time brings good luck during the coming year., n course, no one stops with just one bite, ao it is a good idea to hava eatn jars of Vita Herring on hand for the year-end holidays. Look for Vita Herring in your food store dairy caee-and good luck for the coming year! so easy to serve right from tlie jar m FREE RECIPE BOOKLET WRITE TO YTTA, 044 MEEMWICH STKET. KEN YM* K W **



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Mta/rma^m December 23. 1960 JeistrkriJiar Paqe 3-B AJCongress Ladies SSate Dinner Dance ida Women's Division. American Jewish Cor.,,-.. : annual dinner dance at L ( Can c an Cafe. Carillion hotel, where Lou Walters "Folies Francals.is bemg featured. Sunday evening. Dec. Info/mal-Pjirty Planned Phillip Brook. William Blelfeld, %  nd Herman Feller. Mr> L C Sti In] %  rg ipresident. )oncr berhood I Mrs. Hannah Galewitz. chairman. I Is being assisted by Mesdames Al"*^* _b( r Zuckerman. Ben Weintraub; th Ye?hurun will have an informal party oNew Year's Eve a! the Temple bldg.. with dancing ind impromptu entertainment luncheon committee Temple Israel SisJoseph Ruffn^r Mirir, !" B%J.I i at work in the Temple library. Left to Ha-ry PoloS and ^Car? 1%' t K ^ ,re Mesdames Henry Green. Caroline wi'l L i„' ^o-. o 1 E,tl aer Luncheon Assman. Jack Krause. Max Meisel, Louis and wil include iasSTf !" F^ 0 "" Kendelsohn. George Graham, Solomon Kann, anceofXlfirry^tow^ ^^ ome for Aged Auxiliary to Hold Luncheon Meet cater .^iamt Women's Auxilithe Algier, hotel Tuesdav noon \i P „„„ T ,„ n nl J „ Jewish Home for the Aged Business meet.ng w,U be JediS have' a Chanuka luncheon at ,0 lhe Combined Jewish Appeal. \nn Baum. SEIVtt IN A GIASS 0 A CUP TETIEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1037 Yt*. theft's Yeas To* spirit ID th a fine tea ."flavor crushed" for fullest streafth sod stimuli oon... richer taste and pleasure with four fleithig s sad milchigs aod bctwen meat telrcihment... Mrs. Sol Silverman, president, will welcome the members and MrJean C. Lehman will give the invocation. A program of folk songs will be given by Mrs. Lillian Nelson who will be presented by Mrs Louis Makovsky Reservations can be made with Dade Program Discussed Dade County reassessment program was discussed by Verne 0 Williams, of the Miami News on Tuesday at a special membership meiting of Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn in the Mercantile National Bank community room. Simon E Rubin is president of the group. MOKE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-free fiths Siiganne ^ + Liquid SWU1H THAN SU6U TIT NO fOOt VALUI •Komintn44 by ooctoii for SitMim ovn ip'J mo cal' one flieii Uit to; btfcuttv f dmfilv coohiM* Pure Com I Certified Rather Hinder Urict Rabbinicd Supervision H\afi SUMMTH0 M0HfniMIW AT FOOD STOKES fVMYWrUM Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening ' O In Miami it's HORIDAFOREMOST DAIRIES rW MMM Diliverr Phone FR 4-2621 The frea* Man* in deiry prooucH FRANK i. MOLT. Maoap" \f you like CHEESE [KREPLACHI m .CHEESE.. Ravioli IN SAUCE You'll love .MEATLESSI CHEFBOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Just heal'n'eat! Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef BoyArDee. Tender little macaroni pies... filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too-costs only about 15c per serving! INTERNATIONAL BABY SITTERS SERVICE 5855 S.W. 46th Terr. %  EXPECTANT MOTHERS Unique 3-week, p'an. covering period before, during and after confinement con and a.so SITTER-COMPANION to valescent. elder, y people invalids. SITTERS FOR TOURISTS visiting Florida all year roundWEEK-END TR PS Religious Activities WORKING MOTHERS — A Special two-way pia". 1. Child care during working 2 ShMdcar. by responsible State Welfare Licensed HOME SITTERS. Transportation furn ished. 4 Mrs "Minimum BABYSITTING. Our* BABY SITTERS r. P a.pend.bl. rf.n. •*£*£* ?i!" &.?.."".En.. <> *H languages^ f,r torthtr •*•'• "" : MRS. AYMERICH MO 14JC3 rfiRAL GABLES 34. W.A. C M R .mb.r of Mi.m,-D.d. County, C ot v.Shop Monday and Friday Nights. Miami. Miami Beach 'til 9:00 143rd St. Store, ft. lauderdale, W. Palm Beach til 9:30 As Fresh Tasting ... as a clear mountain stream .... pure.... healthful.... invigorating! Sparkling clear MOUNTAIN VALLEY WA7ER, nature's own nurse, has been recognized for nearly a century as a pleasant, gentle aid in the treatment ot kidney-bladder irritation, as well os arthritis and rheumatism. PURE, REFRESHING MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER IS DELICIOUS TASTINB — SUPERB AS A CLEAR TABLE WATER — EXCELLENT AS A MIX — IT COMES FROM THE FAMOUS SPRING NEAR HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS, DIRECT TO YOUR DOOR! Ask your doctor about MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER, hi is familiar with its bsmficial qualities. 301 S.W. 8th STREET lountainValley Ph. FRanklin 3-2484 i



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i>cge 4-B ^ %  Je^lstihrktlar Friday. December 23, As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will prese--' tree •or the asking a corsage to a ler of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be adaresseo to Corsage for You,' P.i 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one r-o.-irh in advance. Include the na -e of the Bar or Bas V •Z'.ada'e and place of the cere no^e address and te ber. The corsage .-. •orwarded to you courtesy o" B;acnstone Fiower f or the occasion. Howard Simon Rabbi Morris A. Skip ii; offite at the Bar M:tz\ah of H I of Mr and .\!r.r,. Saturday. Dee 24. I mple Judea. art ha attended Sunday tool (or eieht >i rew ..nd will grai: IKIs ,i level "lent at Ponce de Leon jr rentill host K or follow]• • Victor Deutch.-nan Bar Mitt" and Hi ... m I • 'i Rib: • a ninth era k Miami Junior High and Judy Zilies lr. and .11 be Bas %  I i. 9 an. I in i at NautiluTemple Knia: She ii %  the wn %  %  %  board UM • • Cheryl Kronswitz j K will IN I %  ria \ Sicop officiating. Cheryl U a graduate of tr VMM JUOY CHlRYl CH*LA in the : 9 • parenti will I %  -Victor's h preaident of Tempi. Daniel Sherbitl id, son of Mr and Mr Sherbill, will be Bar V. lay, Dec. 21. 8 19 Ner Tamid with Rai Daniel is a student at Nl ugh and itta be Temple ml. A reception i: Himother. Mroh Sherbil! .of PTA. • • Sheldon Hess Bar Mitz\ah of S an.I Mr' t., will tal Saturday. Dec 24 Bl hitz will officiate Sheldon is a Beach jr High. A reception i: v Id Saturday night • I n hotel. • • Robert Paid-nan Temple Beth Am will be tl the Bar Mitzvah oi K of Mr, ar i Mrii : Feldman, Sat\:r by n I ec 2-i with Babbi Bcrtx : officiating. Robert is in the eighth grade at ace De Leon JtHi. >r High and lays clarinet in the school %  •.. I attended the re!, both Temple Beth Am .'• r Granada Jeui.-h Center Hiparents wfl] boat the Oneg -nabbat and Kid attended tor five years, Sun will ha\e open house Sui noon at their home, :>:u: NO. Bav rd Charles Strarton i Mr aad Mn 5ti tton, I win He• • Stephen Plotkin -.. -on of I .. %  %  in n Kabbi riducting. Stephei ..Jert at Shenan• doah Jun nda Beth El R School. Robert Schneider Rr of Mr an %  MrHarold S Bar Mitzvah .it i • it ion Vehudah \! th Rabbi SI :;'iciating. Ri atfa grade student • N • and Junior Huh 3nd at-1 tended I'opiel Religiouj School. • • a Bruce Wolfson Rabbi Shel Ion 11 Stelnmetl will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Wolfson Saturday. Dec. 24. 9 am at Congregation Yehudah Mnahe. Bruce, son of Mr and Mrs Gurdon Wolfson. is a ninth grade -tu dent at North Miami Beach Junior High, and attended Popiel ReligSchool. Joseph Rosenfeld. pre-ident. will pre-, al a Bible and Prayerbook ir. behalf of legation. A KidiM-n will be hosted in Po Mr tad Mrs Gurdon Woll iwed bj luncheon at he Carillon betel • David Frank Temple Emanu El will be the "i lh< Bar \litz\ a h • -on oi Mr and Mn ink. Saturday, Dec 24. 9 %  tn. with Dr Irving Lehrman official t attend* Temple Emanu El Keliei, t Ida M. I SB • Tent lunior HI :n the turaay. Dec 24 orchestra and hand He re. Abramowitt will of,he Elk reward and DAR s a ninth lent Klemer.tan School. %  where he and and %  tr 1 >. and i .11 h,,id open h lose honor from 2 fo 5 p.m. Dec • • Robert Slobodin Rabbi Da\id V, Heraoo a ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Robt Mr. ar Slobodin on Satan-! am Bobert A re a Jay Neufeld morning si I Beth '. ill inclui!. M Mrs. 1 25th Jav lent a*. Beth .. at Beth Emeth Congregation "' '•> '"" jbert .:,,. n,n a :,; PoBI SEASON 5 GREETINGS KOSHER FCR ALL OCCASIONS WORLD FAMOUS ORANGE BLOSSOM BRAND Freshly-Squeezed Pure ORANGE JUICE and Fresh Fruit Salad Daily wholesale deliveries made to restaurants, coffee shops, cafeterias, schools, etc. Ph. FR 3-7447 for immediate delivery 2700 NW 2nd Ave. Mtatbtr Florida etormt ASM. David Epstein Da\id M Epst< of Mr and V h '< H at Temple EmanEl la>t Saturday morr David is an el udent at Ida M Fisher J h, and attends Temple Emanu-EI relig-ous schnol He also attendhe Hebrew High B Scout and Patrol lead, r of the Temple Troop 65 %sssgmi •-—-~^^-^ 1 ^" f,J '"^" J 'iiiii W& K AS H A of course! ^ A traditional standby... yt for old-fimey good Kasha -^>/ Varnashkes Kasha Knishes, and other treats. Less than 2< a serving! Aho yor WofT! Cnomr Ktmh fo>i) ... WWff %  Ketho tr Gm<7 %  %  WoHT 11 Send for FKtt KASHA COOK OOK: PMYUJ8 WOW, POM 1mm, New York KASHAumip LEVINSONS FOOD SPECIALTIES 1050 East 17th Street Nioleeai, Florida Pfceet TU 71571 I'l III l\ SI-PKII >1AHKI IS WHEN YOU THINK OF WATER DIAL FR 1-6688 WE DELIVER BY THE CASE. Saratoga Waters GEYSW HATHORN COISA STATESEAL SARATOGA QUEVK VICHY ALSO KALAK-POLAND WATERS IMPORTED CELESTINE French Vichy PERRIER D,AL F R 1-6688 D...ribut^t by HI-ORAOI 'OOD CO. -u



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It Friday. December 23, 1960 INF Tag Day ['Victory Brunch 1 At a recent Jewish National Fund .iv "Victory Brunch," Mrs. hncob D. (Beulah) Davis, Dade i( .: I 'F tag (iay chairman, |< • OUt f'T |( I I %  i .-. no %  %  %  %  I %  i %  Do. *-Mi*.lithrirfi<>tl Page 5-B %  %  anal chairmen for Jo our;! Fund Tag Day 25. Sec. led (left I >b D. Dcrv .-ounty Jewish National Fi>nd chari • • Finn. Standing are Mrs. Flora S.. Cecil Tannenbaum. AEPhi Alumnae Slates Luncheon Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Assn. will have its annual holiday luncheon Wednesday, at the Everglades Roof. Program, planned by Mrs. Ronald I'ai'it and Mi Howard Katz, will be dedicated to several ottl alumnae. at %  rhey will i %  n %  %  chai Q Mrs. Charles Finkclstein and Mrs. lean Lehman, National Foundation trustees. Holsum Bckers Win Prizes i Bakers of Miami rizi .ii U [or d I i ol ; *i Now-Rom the makers of FleischmanrisMargarine comes the... I ClOOZ Golden Com Oil! i Unsaited to please your family's I taste! In your grocer's frozen food case! Certified Kosher! • %  Delicious flavor like the sweet high-priced spread! $ No salt added-wonderful for low-salt diets! r v^ Fresh-Frozen-yet so smooth and easy to spread! \ fe ^ S Marine j. ^^i^t^S golden'.,** oil. with the liRhtly sal ed lUo .ha. ^ ^^ & d Lo has perfected a new unsal.cd margar ne J<^ ,,, ncw tehmann. fa* who simply prefer the flavor of anu.UedP ^ Sweet (Unsaited) Margarine, also made from 100% I Smooth, Fresh Flavor Preyed by Exclusive Fresh-Frozen ***** % ^ ^ffss&r*^ mainder in your freezer. Choose the one that wits Your Taste! (lt m your die. ge. ~ "£^£5/ood case. Or, ii you prefer your ;::r*e'^^ tefri&eroted case. Vldschnvanns cow on MARGARINES



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Page 6-B +Jtnist FhrkHsr Friday. December 23 MUSIC AN n THEATER C'lle s IAREDC KAAKES ALSFICICL'S CEEUT _. I hi nidi I %  %  %  • • %  1 • • • Tb> I include aldi %  %  %  • • • MISCELLANEOUS MEMOS and bony Guild w-i]] t>< } %  ..... ,„, „i hen aill rw %  • tra SOCK into a p m Murci % %  : ruftarel pnoV for our < • nd • •> %  I I he* returned b '' '' %  Europe, app. < FiekJ'i oah Miami •T. 4 ai .\ ud IO I B Of Ft. Lauderdalo. ho pn H n < !ub of ian at BU and period^ uate of eaeber tor mtrj and abroar *teeaahchaa nee*, and enter %  i At a Chanuka cssembly held at Hebrew AcadDec. 16 tifth grade students presented the story of Chcnukc in o playlet written and directed by B bert Gottesmcn. right are Ayan Dean. Mark Sussrr.cn. Robert Greenberg. Larry Kuczynski. Dav Q^. aid Kornreich. fova Sincori. Carv Gian-z, In. Left to cob Weiner. Leonard Feldman and Diane Saltz. Mural Decorates Hollywood Temple A major sculptn-aJ mural h t*. ins completed bj Miami artut W jr s n <" 1 ,c '' wJ Hall of Temple Beth B of HoUywwd. Soned. form hicult) m?m. ber at U i I %  Merutj a now direct ;nc his own school h Kablj. Judah Ha Nasi Architect for tre new Tmple Beth El is lrvir K<. rach. of :he Miami firm of Smith and Korach. Getting decorations ready lor the New Year's eve theatre and dinner party at Coconut Grove Playhouse where "Showboat" will be playing, are these members of the planning committee of Women s Division of Miami Beach YMHA. Left to nqht are Mrs. Milton Green. Mrs Sidney Lang, co-chairmen Mrs Philip £>ame. ticket sales; and Mrs. Albert Sommers, decorations Opera Support To be Discussed Miami Beach committee for the advam COM vayi o| increasing %  oaenethan and mcrnber-hip in the Miami Opera ., meeting Th noon at th tlgiers hotel STELLA TURKS DRAMATIZATIONS HOLD AUDIENCE The Tenth Man <• % %  • .. brand nee treaU ,.,. ;ia ., k d Uiv %  %  the Eden Hot on Dae. 12 for Hada* *&h Donor i | ; Turk kept her aa< I -.ound. a> she 6 %  n< "f 'he K*ea old men. v. hose deep J •• %  befaeb bring uer 0 low aIi;j f>uh med '" : • • on an unhauDN ) -o be rx bj an evil Dvbbuk was produced and directed b> Hn Turl Jw: '"' '•'''' "' d a beautiful background taped reran) the land F'hJharmonic the Mowmc hum. a choir, th. nging for th( Jiclv Days, and e\c. Mrs Turk ha* haa a rich backflroaad aler .She majored rama and -speech at Nea York Uaavarathj and psilalnj with a de ,n Flne Arl She v: ected by the peal Morris Gest lor hi* las: Broadway produc.on Lady Precious Stream." and has appeared q radio and teJevisMM products.I • • • THE MAIL BOX I Mr' KrafT. In your cohnr.n of Nor v. yrnl reviewed the Miami Beach CJVK I tra and yea said that a rentleman uho sat behind voo disturbed | bj -ingane a4eaa *-*b the perfarmers Ar vou av< s"^ th m "*i of the aodience attendme the Miami Beach are quite elderly and may M( be aMe ta control thewaelve** Many times my hu-ttand starts to hum and sing too. but J make him stop _, Annoved Dear Mrs Annoyed. Thank you for your letter, but 1 habeac that hi a concert hall there : code of caarteay to the performer and the audience, and that it i lence duruig the performance aid a\ „• :he proper time I'm sure you iH agree that such caart ,d hr practiced at any age. aith Dr. Leonard H. Jacobaaa, chairman, an Brumlik. Jordan D.. narlo. %  'nder. T H GreenfteU, David Haahherg, Saaaae] y Knowles. Morrii Lapidus Daxid Levinson. R:iter Le\in hraaU Levy, Dr MrijM K Marks Hank Meyer Samuel L Sehwr, Dr Anhur M Gram Mrs. Emil Morton an. Added .. was a live t.and for dancing nclusion -'f the dbaa. Sponsor ol ihe a: Mi the Yihuda M .-, r h <* %  i, k nted Saturdav evening at CoasreBat.cn Yehudah \| .she in chanji Mr ^ Frost Conservatory of Music 1443 Alioo Bo.d M.m, Sech ffw., j£ 6-7560 ''•dicing S*s.d.o AvUbl* OefNJ THf TfNTM SEASON WITH OUTSTANDING TEACHERS ClASSICAL and POPUIAR PIANO BRASS • STRINGS • WOODWINDS ACCORDION • GUITAR vo.ci ocvHoeMiNT .^ coatKTioN kr MAJITIU raost '•nm. Cam irand) eOGAM 1 Oe.l t rri#" 2 Sonata m A INTERMISS.ON" 3 lomanca k^rnphon* EipaonoW i • Pamcwriim* | ^ %  Immki r, %  Ulo —— m. %  JOAN FIELD VIOLINIST Only Miami Recital This Season FLORENCE KUTZEN AT THE STKNWAY DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM Wednesday Eventej, Jan. 4 MMH TICKETS: $2 SO-$2 00-$! SO.,..Had. Av^UWa M Aada^Ham ha. Offka HI 6-9230 AUO AT S-fC5-CO.DU.AS ^MiOON-S MlAMI MACH tAC 0



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HHfi -,n >j;>: s m a SSKH^^Hj [Friday. December 23. 1960 T Branch Names [Youth St-perviscr xiintr I | at the %  H\ Branch. L| tin branch after completing 1 -h' Air Pen He %  le for t*>r I super'. lies nf chili %  ii JIHI jun ior i i tin G MM Age FriendI ship Club. S'cinmeti received hiHasten' 1 work from the Yei ratty! Trr %  l> .' t| a sroup work h Comnter anri ti ( Ban \,. v >, IIIA. He has a: MI h.irl many n! experience in camp i -metz has an exhack round, havi ,i%  iptein <>f the basketboth in hiah school and Mrno.i resides with his fpife. H nna. on Miami Beach. ***lstFlcridlton slanders Chapter Meeting Monday Luncheon meeting of the fc en'sAmere hotel. BdvlSoO' h" n ; "< 'ew* J Women's Organizations, was iker. The program also featured -t Mrs charge i t jervatu IKA miUMtTl :ew Y*ir's Ive Party rn^regalew year's aiing. • will •e by the L e Jo! De'nit Sochi Club Party D( Club's 13th annual Chanuka part) Wednesday ig al Algiers hotel included entertainment, dancing and cards. Firtel Named Gifts Chairman At a recent luncheon at the Ritz -~g^. Plaza hotel, Irving Firtel. attor ney and vice president of Hebrew Academy, was apLD v_7 ty pointed chairman V of advance gifts ?/ lor the Academy fund campaign. Asked to serve with him was (Jv car M a m b e r. members of the %  directors, and active in iili-.'.i IUS aflairs. App> intment were made by Louis Men* IUH J1 chairman of the Ai; demy's million dollar cam i in reported that the halt k had been reached. "Plans rail for the building of a %  ursery, kinder^arden, elementary and junior high school large enough to accomodate 600 students Al i the committee are Sol Goldman, Morris Dubler. Rabbi Jonah l..,!an. Philip Weiss. Rabbi David Lthriield, Ben Appel. Juli ou* Roenstein. George Kimmel, Sidney K binow itz and Hyman Gal but. 'Pepe' Will Open with YIP Premiere And Host of Stars on New Mall The fir-t Hollywoodtype movie and Brouard County, county state *:: ^ "•""* R ad d US government d. 2 nUa.fes on hi %  n/ '; : '~ '' Pe AlS 0n hand wi be "W f^ig" ?hrH„;1 TI 0V '" U T' en at Consu,,r **• PienUng more the Lincoln Theater tonight (Fri'ban 20 foreign nations. Fiirn day). In the form of VIP Premiere, the opening is i celebrity-studded oce Sidney, producerdirector oi "Pepe." has Down in From Hollywood for the event. Also atten tag in person are Bobby Darin and Joey K. i are among Amen the stars expected are Paul Anka, Steve Lawrence and Eyde Gorme, Oiosa Costello, Don Cacino, Roberta Sherwood, Paul Winchell, and others. The festivities will take place starting at 7:30 p.m. On Saturday "Pepe" will start he 35 stars who plav themselves '' s re 2 ular run a' 'he Lincoln, with in "Pepe." In addition, every n ir appearing or visiting here tor the holiday hrce shows daily, 11 a.m., 2:30 and 8:45 p.m.. through Jan 2 Miami Beach is one of three cities in the United States showing week has been Invited to attend, Pepe. The others are New York along with the mayors of Dade and Los Angeles Study Habits To be Examined "What are you doing about your child's study habits' was the topic discussed by Edwin H. Smith, associate director of the Reading Clinic at the University of Miami last Sunday evening at a Hebrew Academy PTA meeting at the Lombardy hotel. *ai %  2&i TVJCUST BROS R>£ l.r/..-0*S7'_ Participating in the symposium were Mrs Alfred Co-man. Hebrew instructor at the Academy, and Dr. Robert Kosenblum. an Academy parent. Rabbi Alexander S Gross A PLEASING NEW VOICE For Yourself or Your friends Studio "S" Serenata Club A Syttam o* Voice Modulate craotW by Original Sleepy lime Gal Children or Imm. Info: MO 1-9525, l nitfuc,,on MO 7-9349, JI I-JS4I & Aduiti • Privota & &oup Long Term & Short Term courses principal, was moderator. Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum is PTA president. A question and answer period followed the symposium. Mrs Emanuel Finkel. program chairman, introduced speakers. A report on recent achievement tests of Academy students was presented. Tests were administered at the U of M under the supervision of Dr. Lester Wheeler, director of the Reading Clinic. Latke party followed, with community singing of Chanuka songs led by Mrs. Theodore Nelson. In charge of arrangements were Mesdames Murray Berkowitz. chairman. Jonah Caplan. Arthur Bank Votes Dividend Tully Dunlap, of South Miami, president of Riverside Bank, said Wednesday that the board of directors has voted a 30-cents-a-share. semi-annual cash dividend. It will payable on January 3, 1961, to stockholders of record as of December 8, 1960. \ NEW YEAR'S EVE L PARTY I %  TSS A BALLROOM [Seville, DINNER-DANCE and FLOOR SHOW STARRING > NEJLA ATES •The Exquisite Turkish Delight* PlusAN ALL STAR SHOW W,THACHORUSOFDAZZUNGGAlS Dancing to lee Mart.n Orchestra TAXES • TIPS INCLUDED $ iiso FILET MIGNON IX?i. DINNER GrftFortheladies.Han.Favors.Fn.Makers P -


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Poc*B >MmistfUrkMar Friday. Dacembar 23. I960 tt*£*ir WHO'S THAT? Tamed oc The Woman Challenge" oe channel 10 by chance and Bena 'Mr*. Bertrami Sc-haraJc Beverly (Mr*. Stanley Lei and Sfcirley Mn Utttaa. Levinscfcn carrying > '<* a sroop patting on a %  < nip skit tor Bay and Bal Harbor Chamber of Commerce It am directed by Tm:e Levin. Lo and beboSd. no*, only dtd the d-rect %  but the %  clever and sprightly. Recognized many K tunes. HAPPY BIRTHDAY 2M friends fat here d to wi-h Sam Levenson maa* more on his 7h btrtbda;. cktails. dinner and dancing at We-tv %  *" Country Club *;' *** %  cake **> h:s s> Adeline, and his son and daughter-in law, Mr and Mrs Harry nsoc chose to honor him has lived in this community 25 years and is well loved by all Again, happy birtbdi> m • WC-AAN OF THE WEEK %  Mk Se.tlin' She queried. 'Why do you want to interview loal you know me*" Of Mrs*, everybody knows and loves Jennie who is truly a Jewish f er in our community • i fCTril followed her husband. Henry, with their son. Sammy, to mi from Gomel in White Batata. Back in 1914 Mumi was just a ,r.iy nine Jewish families. \mor.2 the thine thai Jennie disliked about this raw r.ew c.'y r tr< bet thai no fresh %  rift, and no place where Jew, could er to worship. Late one night Jennie exc.e-i > called. Henry, listen to that moo. car. >ou M) 'here aren t any cows here?" back la sleep, that not a cow. it's a ered Heary. It was very hard in Russia for the Jewto get i-. edoeataai The Seitlnai determined 'hat their four Mild ha-e e-.>r> thing htre that they hadn't n the old country Fr-t above eventnmg. they had hungered for %  good education, n they urn 'hat their boys bad -lerful college careerTwo of the boys are denar.d two have the Seitlin Insurance Agency. .As a young girl. Jennie wa mw active in the Phyllis Katz Weds Rabbi in New York pwrlNs D e bar a h Katz and Rabbi Xadih 1 Rosenberg were married ra hotel in v.th J B Soloveiteheli eJNesatW-ra*r-K4liL HUH** I. HALPRYN TV br-.de is the da %  "> v and Mrs. Jacob D Kri. 1*1 M* She was ar. hor. "• at each Ser I •*•* and at%  Miami ort a Dale court) scho!arsh.-. U prev tending .-, Ye-hr.a I in rk. is a deans lis t • V*rr\|l book She ai 9 of the Drama' NSataTJ white •h leemt.-oidered alencon %  neckline and 1 carried. and :,ad been a g.f on her 12th birthday Mr J. %  P Rosalyn Rosenber. of the groom, v-as maid o' and Sandy Caplan and E-ther Aivkin were bridesmaids. The groom, youngest Rabbi ordained at Ye-hiva University, graduated magaa cum laude. He is studying lor his Doctorate ia Social Psychol^y at Columbia I n:\ersity and holds a position in Plainfield. N J He is the son of Rabbi and Mm, S Ben Meir Rosenberg of Ramet HHHll Trip to Mexico For Honeymoon Harrtai Cohen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel Cohen. 2995 Flamingo cr became the bride of Dr Hillard J. Halpryn Saturday evening. Dec 17. a* the Deauville hotel Dr Irving Lehrman of Temple Emanuel. officiated. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Julias Halpryn. 1839 North Glades dr Mrs. Elayne WitteU. sister of the bride wamatron of honor, and Barbara Balamut was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mr.r Zionist movement she was a Youth Zionist dent at 13 Naturally although she first became active in Hadassah Barbara Miller. Lois Feuer. and .mi when the thae came to organize the Pioneer Women she step Mrs Diane Halpryn MrSandra EM right in, since it was so close to her heart Friedman was in charge of the iabeen active in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation since guest book. i-. V fore r. ua-formed and still iDr Err.est Halpryn was best Jennie feels that it was a privilege from God that enabled her to man, ushers were Joel and Alan .%  i glerieai trip to Europe with her husband as he became ill im Cohen, brothers of the bride. Jerry ately after. Wi uland Irving Friedman. Mi In the nine weeks that they spent in Israel. Jennie saw the fruits chael Whttcla was ring-bearer, and Y.tzchuck Couple Married In Candlelight Ceremony Here 1 her volunteer work. Debbie Witttlv flower-girl V present a broken arm keep; Jennie from cooking, one of her Mrs Halpryn s wedding gown O ,r achievement-, the mayor oneare wonderful community services was of re-embroidered Alencon da ha rendered Of course, she a good cook, having won a prize for lace with seed pearls over peau-defish and ,ponge cake soie. with a cathedral length lace Proudly fke displayed pictures of all nine of her grandchildren and seed pearl tram She carried Ma they all inherit [>art of her indomitable courage and love for her 3 white orchid bouquet and family Bridal veil was of matching Bible lace MrHalpryn graduated Miami Beach Hitth and I'mver-ity of Mi ami. and was a member of Sigma Alpha Eta She is now a speech Barbara Ann Sheridan a' ford Scott Rothmaa were married in a double ring ceremony on Saturday. Dec 17 at Temple Emanu-EI with Dr. Irvin? Lehrman officiating. The new Mrs. Rotbmar. is the daughter of Mr. and MrC Edward Sheridan of 1954 Marseille dr She is a graduate of Miami Beach high and majored in journalism at the Universi'ie* of Miami and Florida For the candle-lit wedding, she chose a full length gown of white silk peau de soie with a chapel train and a seed pearl and crystal drop Swedi-h crown with illuiioa veil She was married in her mother's wedding band and earned white orchids and rose budon the Bible which she received at her confirmation. Tam Wachtel was matron of honor and Sherry Lange. ma;d of boo or. Bridesmaids were Su>ar. WhitMat Hisenberg. Michael Hecht. tow and LorralM i^ntor. causa •ftSl.'iS'h. I U | ." 1 8 he Yaged >erved as ushers lac giuuiu is m £ %  mtmmm i York Military Academy and Ota del Military College in So Car* lina. He N at present mav>rth|a finance and investment at the Ua cr-ity of Miami He is be -oe o' Mr and Mrs. Herman Garden Mr and Mrs Norman Rotkaua, announce the engagement of their 425 Surfside blvd. AB and daughter. Linda Lee. to Stuart. Cappv Rothman brother of *e Party to Honor Engaged Couple Ic-lkw Jew •* THE LAST OF THE RED HOT MAMAS? Bather MrSidney, Schwartz hung her charm around her neck — a 11 disc of Some ol The-e Da> I and went to call on Sophie Tucker aunt | wh', is in towfl for a brief vi-. Sophie was full of vim and vigor as usual and roaring to go. She and hearing therapist in the Dade plar.s to be in London in May. and then back to Israel to dedicate her County schools' ( nd Sophie Tucker Youth Center. Dr Halpryn received a • a MD degree* from Columbia I'm>on of Mrs Morris Lubitx. 1721 SW groonr'was best man, and RoaM CALLING DR. SPOCK versity NYC and is a member of %  23rd ter and the late Mr. Lubitz Rothman. also a brother, Tonj here going to be a spoiled grandchild around these part.-' Yes' h !> &f Ita Eps.lon^ He *rved twa The bride-to-be ila the School Hoffman and Allen Bregnun serf y. .ard and Christa Kanner and their adorable Jacqueline have moved ,ar "* %  the LS Armv Mwlical of Education at the University of ed as ushers. to Miami from Clearwater. Fla Richard will join (orDv and 5 "J 0 *' e "W* m he Miami. Her fiance has degrees in ajter champagne and hor een scouring the town for an apartment for Miami Beach and Hialeah ing from the Uaiversitj of Florida |„ w i ng ln e ceremony the wddai them, if possible, right close by. natch. a ho-ieymoon trip to an d served as president of P. P rt y and guests attended dinner -tt -fe Mexico. Dr. and Mn Hahynrn will Lambda Phi. i_ th ilver ,._ -/ the K.nber'i LOOK OVER*THE P.ANJ llZf-JS? ""*" "* — Mr,. Garden „.. honor res^ur.S ,the young couple with a cocktail On their return from a honer___ party at their horn.-, 27iW Alham moon trip through Mexico. bra Circle. Coral Gables, on Sunyoung couple will reside at !' The picture that hangs over Lili Duntov's piano was bought by Joseph in 1SM2 just before the arti-t Abraham Manievich diei It's painted in strong colors and shows mothers and babies and baby carnages The name of it is Bronx Park East UU Lucille ( h'-ster who came, here lor the first ing in this area borrowed i* from the Duntovs to include in the at the Miami Museum of Modern Art KLEIN'S wurr SHIPPING nruii. muis i PECANS 310 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Ph. JE 4^2251 day. Dec 25. Normandy dr. CHAIRS UNLIMITED Rettuarant Otiair* — Decorator Chairs lor Homo* A 0*1 n W Can Maairfacturo from Your 0*n Design E*trord.nary Chairs Imported from Italy. Holland. Vuosiavi — Arthur 8chaf'o> "urniturs Impo'ter 731 N. Miami Ave. WHOLESALE 7^124 %  FEMININE FIGURES 1711 CORAL WAY M 3 •2tO Pros Tria' Treatment Open E .t Dorothy Jones, R.M. While You Re.a. t BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Un#er atrlct Suoerv.aon of the OMh.de. Vaad Hahaahruth of Flr** RaBB. Or Isaac M. Ever. Director 34-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNOING* MOMM fowmT trarrsaiBs rmiMtoor mmoms 310 Celliat km. pfc. j| 2.3571 Miami Baati



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^JetHstifloridriar •JHIS past week, The Jewish { %  loridian co • sponsored an evento| at the Coconut Grove use. Many in the community were guests for "A Curious Evening with Gypsy Rose Lee." lit those of you who missed this performance, we will be co-spon-oring another theatre party in 'he near future — so watch for the announcement. Among the theatregoers was Mrs. Maurice Edelman Her striking ensemble was in a cocoacolortd wool tweed. The sheath dress had a low scooped neckline. It was topped with a hip length jacket — cut on the loose fitting Chanel style — with the back of the jacket dipping slightly. Silver tippec fox trimmed her cuffs and collar. She chose black for her accessories, and carried a small headed handbag. Mrs. Bernard Litt wore a clas-ic black silk crepe sheath with a high neckline. She warded off the chill weather with an ermine cape She attended the performance with her cousin, the well known interior decorator Robert Itubenstein. Silk tweed was the choice of Mrs. Jack Fisch. Hers wa> Mend of charcoal and brown. The sheath had the high ^lashed boat neck and long sleeves. Her accessories were '•lack, and her mink stole was the Autumn Haze shade. Mrs. Henry Shier was charming in a sjlk tweed, ensemble in tones and shades of brown and beige with an orange overcast. Her -lce\eless sheath had a high round neckline. The jacket was a fitted nip-length with the cape sleeve to below the elbow. The jacket, lined in orange silk, featured a full shawl collar of the dark wild ranch mink Her ac%  i s.ries were in a light brown. • • • BOYAL purple silk satin was ** the choice of Mrs Joyce Washerman. Her short formal skirt was a draped bouffant. Fitted bodice had a low rounded neckline, cul wide and of! the shoulder, ending in a small cap sleeve. Her shoes were ,| yc d t 0 match her gown and had rhinestone itud ried pointed toes. Rhinestonei also formed her tiara Mis Lillian Fields chose a lightweight wool suit in a soft beige tone The neckline was Italian cut with an oversize collar. matching colored buttons trimmed the jacket, and she wore a flowered wig chapeau. Blush pink alencon lace over, satin was worn by Mrs. Charlotte V. Weiss. A satin bow at the side draped into a modified poof and featured long streamers. Her scooped neckline and short sleeves were cut following the pattern of the lace into scallops. Mrs. Hal Fisher, known profes-1 sionally as the songstress Laura Kellogg, wore a black silk sheath. A brilliant red satin jacket with a very decolctte deep V necklineprovided a dramatic contrast. Her jacket had a modified portrait collar and bracelet length sleeves. Oversize fake jewels — in the shape of a huge pendant — were at her throat. UMITH the season coming into full swing — many fashion shows are dotting our calendars If your group is planning an affair where there will be over three hundred people, and are interested in having a fashion show, please contact this columnist for arrangements. Page 9-B Badanes Reveal Sharon's Troth MISS HARRIET UVINt Harriet Levine To be Bride Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Levine of 891 NE 156!h ter. announce the engagement of their daughter Harriet Beth to Louis Morton Reidenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs Bernard Reidenberg of Elkins Park, Penn. Miss Levine is a sophomore at the University of Miami, majoring in education. She was a Young Judaea leader and is presently a nursery school teacher at Beth Torah Congregation. Both Miss Levine and Mr. Reidenberg are graduates of No. Miami High. Prospective bridegroom is a Senior at University of Miami, majoring in accounting. He is a pledge of Delta Sigma Pi. and student representative for Marlboro cigarets. He was first president of North Dade AZA. No date has been set for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes of 600 SW 21 rd announce the engagement of their daughter, sharon, to Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Feingold of Yonkers New York. The future bride graduated from Miami Senior High and is now a senior in the Oral Hygiene School at Temple University. She served two terms as president of Tri Beta Council at Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Mr. Feingold attended schools in Yonkers and is a graduate of I Diversity College ot New York University where he was a member of Rho Tsu Sigma, and received his ROTC training and Army Commission as 2nd Lieutenant. He is now a dental student at the University of Pennsylvania, vice-president of class of 1962 and a member of Alpha Omega. Mr an-l Mrs. Badanes are having open house Monday. Dec 26 in honor of the young couple. They will be married June 18 at Beth David Synagogue. PUklngtooj MISS SHARON BADANIS Teacher, Dentist Exchange Vows fUAMM *VTM NANKIN Beverly Rochelle Malin and Rich ard M. Arnold, DDS, were married Sunday. Dec. 18. 12:30 p.m.. at the Balmoral hotel with Rabbi Morris Skop officiating. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Malin of 7884 SW 34 ter.. attended the University of Florida and served as president of Delta Phi Epsilon. She is now teaching at Air Base elementary school. Dr. Arnold graduated from Em ory University School of Dentistry and was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi and Alpha Omega, professional fraternity. The newly-wedded Mrs Arnold's gown was of satin trimmed in lace and she carried while roses. Her sister, Dorothy Malin was maid of honor and Barbara Creber served as bridesmaid The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs Emanuel Arnold of 2432 SW 23rd st. His brother. Burton, was best man, and Richard Licht, Z. B. Gross. Melvin Doveramo and Arnold Malin served as ushers. The young couple will live at 1032 SW 79th st.. Miami. Mrs. Weinstein in Review •Thomas Wolfe, a Biography' will be reviewed by Mrs. I. M Weinstein for Miami Beach Chap ter Hadassah Monday. 1 p.m. at the Algiers hotel. Small charge goes towards Hadassah's vocational education project in Israel Mrs. Philip F. Thau is (haHynan. Werner-Kalin MRS. RICHARD H. ABN010 Eleanor Hankin To be June Bride _\ m \ EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-401 Weiner-Kahn MRS. IMAHUU S. PALGON Shoshana Chapter to Meet At a meeting of Shoshana Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women. Tuesday. 8:30 p.m., at Dade Heigh'.s Jewish Congregation. 1401 NW. 183rd St., the Men's Lodge will join in a skit, "We The Jury." Jerry and Jane Robinson will be honored guests For further information, call Mrs. Newton Hofstadter. president. FUR RE-STYLING IN 0U1 TRADtTION Of f/NfST WORKMANSHIP WE CAN CONVERT YOUR OUTMODED FURS TO THE SMART FASHIONS OF TOMORROW From $39 'At mar tin FLORIDA FURS & CLINIC 2296 Coral Way HI 4^)544 MIAMI 1117 la* Ola* Blvd. JA 4-7697 n. lAUDERDAli Nassau Trip for Local Newlyweds Judith Elaine Mayfair and Emanuel S. Palgon were married in a double ring ceremony Thursday evening in the Roney Plaza hotel, with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiating. A reception and dinner in the Imperial room followed the ceremony. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lamont. 7940 Hawthorne ave. She received a B.\ from the University of Miami and plans to teach. The newly-wedded Mrs. Palgon was attended by Mrs. Martin Brown, matron of honor. Roseanne Kovnat. maid of honor, and Mrs. Eva Bloom, maternal grandmother. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Palgon, 6615 NW 8th ter. He is a graduate of University of Florida, attended the University of Florida law school and will receive a degree in accounting from the University of Miami in August. His brother. David Palgon. was best man. and ushers were Allen Bornstein and Morris Goldstein, maternal grandfather. After a honeymoon in Nassau, (the couple will live in Miami. Specializing in FormaU Coc^-Ji! Gowns and BnJal Altirc PARSONS 3410 COIAl WAT Open Monday Nil. TH 9 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTEI Opn Monday and rVMejr Nile TH f Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hankin <>f 6565 Santona St.. Coral Gables, announce the engagement of their I daughter, Eleanor Ruth, to Calmon Rarshai Rosenbaum. son of Mr. and Mr^ David Park, 5921 SW 21 '


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Page 10-B >Jeist>fkr*ftor Fridhy. December 23. I960 EXPERT TEACHER BAR MITZVAH 1 TORAH RtA. MG Cunrcnltd Results or No Charge. Call UN 6-5304 DESIRAJIE ROOM FOR RENT Room with Frivol* Both, Private Entrance and Carport. N.E. SSth Street, near Bay. Call >l 1-2210 Planning community-wide observance of National Jewish Music Month sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, with the cooperation of the Ccntors Assn.. are these members of the Festival committee. Seated (left to riant; are Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer. Mrs. Murray Jay. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Festival chairman. Cantor David Annual Jewish Music Festival Concert Plans are Formulated by GMJCC r the 1961 commum:> lev i>h Community Center: Bureau •^ce of Jew of Jeui^h Krlucatinn. American ish Sink Festival woe made at Jeish Costsjresa, Kliwidj Women's ^a of the Festival Divisioa Greater Miami Women'* • hi Id la-t week at the Auxiliary. J-ui>h Home for \ | n[ Mr: --or. chair\ii7rachi NatiOsUl Reprrent;iti\e for Southeastern District; Greater TII Chapter. Jewish National Home for A-ihnuui Children Layne Opens Six New Golden Isles Homes on Canals Opening of six new waterfront Conviser. Festival program coordinator, and Mrs. Mollie Fabric. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Kurt Wallach. Josephine Adler. Leo Weinstein. Johan Berman. Herman J. Feldman, Nan Cohen. Lillian Kraff. Al Mechlowiit. Sevmour Goldstein, Roberta S. Zarger. Henry Hersh. and Norman Gladsden. Business Communications Systems DICTAPHONE Time.Mnt#i personal rticVMing pertt mmg Thiokol Leaky Windows. Structural Cracks. Corrosion PreventativeCALL MO 1-9952 for FREE EST.MATES 7901 S.W. 53rd Court — Miami Chanuka Party i < %  ser i0 CD ..tor The festival is sponsored annually : Miami Jewish Goinmu%  • • operation of a) %  \--n Mrs Sj \\ •.* Rus i is etu itive -i-cre npre-ented are e l-rael Sisterhood; Temple I: Shalom; Coral Way Jewish ^irhond; Harmony Chapn "" ,e) ,n Golden Isles vla < an t(: B nal B nth; Tempi. Sinsl Sis nounced by H. B Layne. developer I; Menorah Chapter. B'nai of the community on Intracoastal Temple Ner Tamid Sister Waterua> in Hallandale. The i Kmma LauriM Chapter of homes range from 2 bedroom. 2 Hadassah; Smith"ate Chapter of bath> to 3 bedroom. 3 baths and ..h Temple Israel; Beth dimming pm>l. s '"' Tempta Me Th( v are air conrll ioned and ni.r.n s.-terhood; Crealer Miami neaIed have f ully equipped elec trie kitchen, walk in ckSOetl two car A Chanuka par'y will follow the r meeting of Menorah Chapter B'nai B'rith Women on Tuesday at Miami Beach Federal Bank bids, 4"! Lincoln rd. The Meadaasea Maurice Fink. Samuel Zaager and Koppel Schneier are program chairmen and -•will be Mead sines Solomon Moses, Max Block and Max Baylii i age. and are lavishly landMarson. spiritual %  hv, ry ho m f *> n f 120 1 ft araterwa) cinnecteil with s;\ mi lei of man-made, concrete ^eawalled uaterw a> i Golden Isles' nine i-land* were Rabbi Herson is Host Dbi I of Beth Kmeth was host on the "Still Small Voice. tele \ program sponsored weekly bj th< ter Miami Rabbinical Ait last Suada) on WCKT. built b> Layne to meet the demand ch 7 Hiu lestl w. re represents in South Florida (or quality watertives it local chapter! "t national front residential and apartment lo^ I Judea. i dti You Are Invited to Visit Sue Mott dCnih Siifliil NOW LOCATED AT 107J-95TH STREET SAY HARiOR ISLAND faeaksrty It Years % %  SEA VIEW MOTEL BAl HARBOUR Phone UN 6-1126 FREE PARING IN fSPECIAL FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY A WEDNESDAY $25 Well Known Brand PERMANENT for ONIY $17.50 Sarority Pledges Phi Sigma Sigma's Beta Theta chapter at the University of 111 ami recently pledged the following ^irlfrom the Miami area: Carole I (tea Applebaum; Marilyn Kroll; Barbara Noroff; Debbie Shapiro; Heather Simon; and Susan Jean Zaients Winter Program For Children A special v. inter \ action program has been organized for children of elementary age by the Greater Mi ami Jewish Community Center at all four of its branches The program will be conducted both on a full d;iy and a half day basis, beginning Dec. 22 and ending Dec. 30. Planned as a winter day camp. children will be assigned to groups according to their age. and will be involved in such activities as tripe, outings, athletics, games. crafts, singing, and others. The>e programs will be conducted at the Miami Branch. 450 SW 16th ave ; Miami Beach Branch. 1536 Bay rd : North County Branch. 11036 HI 6th ave ; and Southwest Branch. 7215 Coral Way. Beach High Boy Wins Photo First Lee Puefas, a -tddent at Miami Beach High School, of 144 S. Biscayne pt. rd has won the S25 United States Savings Bond fir-t prise HI the Optimist Youth Appreciation Week Photography Contest •second prize was won by Steve Raymond, and third prize by liar vej RpseatheL Contest judges were Ted Pre-s M.ami Beach Sun photographer. Wolfie Cohen, and Harry Goldstein, patrons of the Miami Beach High School Photography Club The contest was under the supervision of Irvine C. Spear, lieutenant governor of the seven Miami Beach and Surfside Optimist Clubs, and William Segal, photography conte-t chairman. TUTORING HIGH SCHOOl t COllEOC SUBJECTS By nnc*lon Graduate ELEMiNTAir SUBJECTS by Florida Cerfir.ee! Teacher Phone Plata 7-5691 1/4 ACRE PLOTS ON THE IMPERIAL RIVER. $10 Down, $10 Month, awy new while prices, and terms art tat*. Owner, SKIOW HI 34181 RENT A CAR from S3 SO per day SIS pr wk 1 mleege ABHL MOTORS, Inc. 1431 W. FlAGlEt ST Ph. FR 3-6765 raeMiesnett: anmamrv vmn 1 Moving A Household Sto. age ATLAS MOVING A STORAGEWAREHOUSES, INC. i :. n.GREYHOUND VAN LINES 1 BEKINS VANLINERS l. I.SI ; I HUT \ Sam F. Lenten. Agent 251 SW lit Court FR 9-7654 ANN'S KNIT SHOP N* ft It I XPEtT WSTtVCTrONS 653 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 8-9155 AU NEW BESIAuRANt BARLINGTON HOTEL 1350 N W 2nd STREET Announces tne Opening of its Where Good Food and Low Price* Go Hand in Hand Open for Breakfast. Luncn A Dinner SEVEN DAYS A WEEK PUBLIC INVITED FOR EXPCfT INSTRUCTION TRT ZELDA'S NEW KNIT SHOP 504 OCEAN DRIVE Miami Beach JE 1-7349 Hrs. Daily: 10 A.M. to S P v Open Tues A Thura. Nites 1 to IWV Auxiliary Social Ladies Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans No >hore post is celebrating its seventh bir'.hrlay with a social evening Dec 28 in the Washington Federal Bank Bldg Normanrly dr MrBirtram Whrman is president and Mrs Arthur Lea is member%  ^hip chairman SOCIAL INTRODUCTION Far liacerc sinfU people of joad aeckfreeai %  %  Inttlliaence Privet*, Confidentiol. All oejej cordially invited. HI 8 1539 F0WURS SEA POOD t POULTRY MARKET "Shop in the Gable* — No Parkin* Worries 267 MSIIPICA AVENUE Ptsene HI 6-1711 S W A GABLES ONLV 9 00 A.M to 9 P.M H* TV CALLS P P ';A. |l" PIX TUBES 2-yr Guar. installed S2S 9S JOE'S RELIABLE TV CA l-SSM m Miami Chamoer of Commrcs DEAUVILLE PACKAGE STORE 6640 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PHONfcS UN 6-2902 — UN 6-7UI PHOTO F NISHING IN b| 10 A V OUT b* S • *o E mtra Charge PITMAN Photo Service 1830 NW 36th ST Nf i 1761 3170 NW 3frth ST NE 4-01* HOU0AY GREEIINGS TO AIL When you buy drapes BUY QUALITY I WORKMANSHIP OUR CUSTOM WORKROOM has p'oved many times the finest performance in every job. That's why WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION! Ill 8-0265 12 MIDNIGHT FREE ESTIMATES • DRAPES • SLIP COVERS • BEDSPREADS EDWARD'S INTERIOR ASSOCIATES 1821 East 4th Avenue Hialeah. Fla. WASHERS KENMORE AUTOMATIC like %  ><• rpCC 3 no"trii si pply soap rUCt FULLY GUARANTEES SPEC A SALE $57 1137 NW S4 ST. PL 9-6201 mo THE CAUSl! FLUOP.OSCOP C X RAV Exammat.on for a SebOJ Limiteo T.me Or-.l, dr RIVERSIDE CLINIC 1108 S.W. 'St STREET FR R WINTERMUTE IN ALL PHASES OF KAurv :JIT 760 PERRINE AVENUE CE 5 1942 HELEN MAR APT. HOTEL WATERFRONT Studio Effic'ys eV Bedr'm Apts. H M.I \\ \ ii:i: i ••>!. Hotel Daily Maid A Tel. Serv I i .\\ Y i „ 2421 Ink* Faaicaeat tr. JE 1-6402 SISTER ROBERTS PALM READER A ADVISER PAST PRES6NT-FUTL.1 Come to Me with All Your a*A>a*i" a A.M. to 11 PM 2114 NW 27th AVE., Miami NE 3-9236 RE-WEAVIT nvisiDie R?*nnng. Mending Furs Rugs. Ciotn.ng. Hosier,, tweeters. Uonoistsry All work Oua'anteed for life o' Ga-ment I Day S*' 1753 SW (in ST FR J-*9*0 ER 7^1 JS i % ()-. THE PROSTATE GLAND BBBBB>< • Nervouiness in Males over Fifty • Niht IrritaWity aevd Lass of R*>*t WHY MEN ARE OLD AT FORTY" Writa Dr. W. MIRACLE MILE Reynolds. Chiropractor CORAL GABLES FLA



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%  KB jSjfc ^ i ^ lj i Friday. December 23, 1960 Chanuka Party Held in Miami Abraham Topol, preildenl el Miami Htbrew Congregation > rhond, announces thai Hebrew ',.] ^'.lulonts prcscntcil "The Lang Mcnorah" at a Cbanuka dinner last Sunday at 6 p.m. I„,rry Blue, radio and television i. sonali v accompanied bimi (n the accprdion with a program i f % % %  I ( ommittee for the evening in Met .mic. Harry H;i 1, Peter Ml, Eafhar Solomon, Pay \ intraul Philip Bendel and i el Siherman. *Je*1st) fhridtiam Chanuka Card Party Mrs. Jacob Classman, president, announced that a Chanuka card I rty followed a paid-up mem II i -hip meeting and brunch Wed i sday, at Temple NerTamid. Spon for was Miami Beach Afternoon chapter of Women's American Page 11-B Membership Fete At Tifereth Jacob Mrs. Josephine Haramel, president, announced that a membership party of Temple Tifere'.h Jacob Sisterhood last Thursday evening. commemorated Chanuka with ,i Play. 'The Magic of Mcnorah," by Bertha Newman. Mrs. Lillian Newman is program Chairman. Mrs. Thelma Wilco and Mrs. Ada Roseman are membership chairmen. MrGertrude Beck was in charge ot refreshments. Past Presidents were hostesses. Lcpidus Gets Award Renowned architect Morris Lapidus was last week awarded a citation at the annual "Night of Stars" sponsored by the Jewish Literary Foundation in New York's Ma ison Square Garden. Mrs. Samuel Mendelowitz, instructor at Beth Torah Conqreqation. is seen with members of her class before two murals depicting scenes of ancient and modern Israel that gained them an award in the school's Chanuka room decorating contest. Standing (left to right) are Mary Schacter and Steven Weinmger. with Michael Borenstein, Leonard Taylor and Jeffrey Heymond in front of them. FOR TRULY DISTINGUISHED OCCASIONS It's the Lillle Difference* that Make the Dig Difference! cm.wts *OIMI:WI \ / ^,r Dade Heights Initiates Members Rabbi Max Zucker. recentlynamed patron of the Zion Or age. initiated the entire Sisterhood of Dade Heights Jewish Congri [I tion into membership ot the Temple recently at a paid-up membership party. Sisterhood presented a play, directed by Mrs. Selig Miller, president, with Mrs. Paul Mitchell at the piano. Saul Galensky is chairman of the drive to raise funds. Imperial Ro RIB ROOM Ocean Cafe harry'a amerlcan liar PALAOIUM ROOM Call Mr. Lawrence Manning, Banquet and Function Manager at JE 2-2561 When only the finest Dq m |QJJ is good enough, entrust \our cvni! to Edn lt<>. 'i master catering slafT. Any ocr.^ion, whetter for 12 or 1200, become* a nuuterpiect at Kden Roc. : Every superb Kden Roe dining I facility is at your disposal, from the magnificent Cafe Pompc2 to the inlim.tte Paladium Room, Even Harry's American Bar, the conversation piece of this) great resort hotel, is available) for select private gatherings. Is it any wonder the smartest invitations read'atihe Eden Roc*'? i§c(cfv/2co ^^ ll,.l..|..al„i, 'iy.chlClU* Have thai Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion £ You'll find complete #J facilities to exactly satisfy W your needs in the Kismet, Aladcfin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a %  ^ wedding or a private party 1 Mrs. Ben Lond with the Chanuka Festival of Lights setting which she displayed for the Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club meeting held at the home ol Mrs. William Bernstein last week. J&O t*chaona, T-, Kaeaptlona. Banquata, Parti-*, Olnnara ... from 20 lo 2000 catarad In MM Ml I O* th* Diplomat... on unhurrlad. &f vor-ottantlva. aort-aookan earvlca that makao ar> avont of your occaalon. THE DIPLOMAT HOTfl *NO COUNTtT CIU I 100 H •' Ot*o 't"Otr Information: Domtnic "WONDERFUUWT 1 ^ HAPPEN ATTHE BALMORAL Elegant, luxurious surroundings, faultless service, exceptional cuisine. Groups of 10 to 600 catered in the royal manner! m Prtstlge AMrtss" I Til #


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Page 12-B +Je*lsl>ncrknati Friday. December 23. \%Q Israeli Singers at Yiddish Theatre Yemenite Israeli singers, dancers and instrumental! ts will appear on the openii the 1 Idish' American Ret in D 3, ti WMHMSMWBiHHB Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl The Royal Hungarian iw David Rosner, owner oporator of the famous Sterling hotel in Micmi Beach, celebrates his 35th anniversary in the hotel business c:i Jan. 1. David and h ; s son, Samuel, personally supe:v:^e the operaof the popular Ka3hruth hotel. RESERVE NOW! "ended-Dy ~ O'^odox RaSbis DAVID ROSNER'S krkiiliVf Th For,,irehleao '* L a Ronde alto rings in the sea I U M L""F/ I Joe Bishep in the star spot, and the "Extrawagai 1_ Sup'eme Only RtNO.'.NED FOR "H AID 0', M.ITY S NC( 193? CUORiE UNO SAT %  % % %  C ETJ 3 UNSURPASSED STf I 0AH.Y f errc,. rv'.ce lor large or Smol Croupt! ION rut octu • hh sntn, mm itCn,fv| UN 6-8831 %  %  •ear's iret era an cx.t ..onu.. ;;>i sun%  11 ed wei : -* HfTEL LC3BY-INC: < this Theal :u c cva featured at I i i ii he overflow 1 • an ati at< d singers, < -! %  • set, Paul Anka an • %  lovely June liare t tuneful I With them ii toe Matl ion Trio, and rchestra playi f I 10011 and dancing. Johnny Ifathis, wno .it that cafe last year, will open Tuesday. Ths Seville Club Castanet has a fast-moving revue, "Fillies & SillitS," starring Nejla Ates, long-time favorite at tne Latin Quarter, and other tcp spots around th country. "The Turkish Delight" is surrounded by a line of dancing girls, and supported by a big eat), including comics Fisher and White, Melino and Hoilis, and others. Lee Martin's orchestra plays for show and dancing. Dm-a Costello sizzles in her revue. 'Crazy With The Heat," at the -,i Uicsa in the Saxony. Cues; star is Miguellto Vakltt, "Mr Don Casino MH^S and beads the orchoatra. The dance routinei )' sts red in a Broadway musical. big show of the season bows m .it the DeauviQe Casanova m tonight s.arring Bobby l>ann. who ju-t broke records al New York's Copacaba'na and recently married lovely young screen star. Bol.: : the SI guest -tars in the CaoUnflaa film. "Pepe." will put in a %  • the Lincoln Theater premiere tonight. Myron Cohi I attraction in the Deauvnlle's sock holi-' d RESTAURANT CATERERS FOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE 731 Washington Avenue Te le phone JE 8-5401 % %  %  I IflUlal Oi I I VI i •* 4 to < m "THE ARISTOCRAT C KO' CATERINQ FOR ALL O Air-cotd. (JM 6-6013 Under Orthodox Vaad H., The ilew HAHSBtES t is %  % %  fr 8-Cci-rr.e Tradi.icnl Friday I COLLIN JE 6-5711, JE RIVIERA TO RESTAURAt SERVING DINNERS SUNDAY FSOM 2 f CN MONDAY FROM 3 P.M. SPECIAL SMORGASB; • 1650 Ponca He Lee-, Corner Ma (area C^ral G For Rosrvfioo call Hi 8-5441 Closed Saturduyj I KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURAN 1451 Collins Ave. Phone JE 3-1671 • KREPLACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNI • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • THICK DELICIOUS PASTRIES CAKES CHAIAHS & ROLLS CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS AT POPULAR PRICES %  > aaaa*4**a*aA*A*aa AAAAAAAA a* AAAA A **> AAAAAAAAA* 1 I CONCITIOWS %  IV I llh I %  %  %  % % %  HOTEL j /Miami Beach's Finest KOSHER DINING ROOM FEATURING DELUXE 7-COURSE $250 Dietary LAW* DINNERS from ON TNI OCEAN • COILINS AVENUE 0*F EXPERT LINCOLN ROAD • MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA CATERING Reservations: Call Victor JEHersoe 1-7381 KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner fa son tc-light, _anza Latina" an extra added opening treat. Bis"op, a'so a guest star in 'Pi^e 1 is expected at the premiere before his show goes on at the Fontainebieau. bei h. Charti %  l; Room at the Diplomi snee tun I -Ta 1 Ugiers Schi m has an intimati -how on top nighl I music for THE DINING SCENE: With the -waul: m SurfsidC open ilandviiitii rmeti can rejoice Tin French cuisine ranks with the fines) here or abroad, and. as always, toe service is magnifique! Ml M.nv.t. president of Jordan Marsh, and UaUT} Ashmann. n \r were among the many prominent first-nighters enjoying the always fine food oi Gray's Inn and its bright new decor. No doubt most erf the table conversation at the delightful Candlelight Inn must center on the activity of the Coconut Grove Playhouse. That's because many theatergoers make the restaurant a dinner stopover before curtain time. Now that '•Camelot" is Broadway's newest musical hit. I wonder if Art Bruns' chef is coming up with a new dish tike a "Cain, lot Casserole" for the King Arthur's Court men? Should be "natural" lor the dining knights of the round table there! With "The World of Suzie Wong" on the Flamingo Theatre screen Al Goldman is paying a tribute to the fine f;lm by creating a Suzie Wong" platter as an added starter on his menu And if you see the movie, you'll see the connection Suzie is a delicious dish, both on ••creen and at Fu Manchu! KOSHER CUISINE: The Waldman Hotel (formerly San Marino) jg a bright newcomer for the Traditional dining in the Waldman manner" is so well known to visitors and local folk Mentioning dining slogans, Michel's, the I g-esUbliahed tsorntaooy Isle n DdetVOUS. has come up with one appropos of its fine menu The aristocrat of Kosher restaurants:" And it can also apply to itcaterilM service STAR DAIRY, VEG. & FISH RESTAURANT OLDEST AND BEST KNOWN DAIRY RESTAURANT SERVING LUNCH AND DINNERS •* 18-h CONSECUTIVE YEA -# TRY OUR SPECIAL ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS 841 Washington Avenue JE 1-9182 TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Serving Daily horn 5 PJI. 2729 COLLINS AVENUE PHONES JEfferson 8-6109 JE 1-6651 til LUNCH OIHHfH SUPPf & LflC W aaoeen re ^H C 1HIONI1I ^ tOO"lNC SJ* inngton An original taste treat, Roumanian cheese bagels, are w ning wide popularity at the Star Dairy restaurant on Washirtat Ave., which is marking its 18th year at that location. The new air-conditioned Gold Coast Dining Room at the Alamac hotel, under the supervision of the Rosenthal family for 16 years. bo.i-N excellent Kosher dinners, as well as superior catering service Now open for the season is the ever-popular Kosher dtnlnil room at the Royal Palm hotel on Collins, near Lincoln Road. Specially is a de luxe seven-course dinner at truly reasonable prices. HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT ^W^ ROSNII CATIRIIS "V* frees fcors d'eeevres te e eeeaeJeM aeffet "0 N. W. 5th ST.. MIAMI PHONE ft*** Under th Supervision of the Beth Din of Greater Miami OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR RMTZVANS RECEPTIONS



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H ~' r J!£*Z?",~ friday. December 23, I960 Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute Will Launch Building Fund Drive in '61 em tatM hrart Hebrew Institute tional program, the manv social i„unch a building und drive and cultural activities of the „ the annual banquet to be held lute will be effective in its promo next year al the sterling hotion of Jewish fellowship.' "''' Institute, which is Diannino Kabbi Isaac Hir,ch Ever stated to build a daj .,„'„ ..,', ihv -through an extensive educuTalmudical College, will be affi" RENTAL t£^l4_ of MIAMI OPACITY PAH IICILLINCI OUTSTANDING 83g3 BIRD OAO MIAMI SS. FLOROA "MM CATERING PERSONALLY SUPERVISED •TOR QUALITY CALL SMERY OREEN" FOR WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS AND OTHER AFFAIRS CA 6-1744 [Med and under the lusplces of the •National Council for Torah Education oi Mizrachi-Hopoel Hamizra Sun.land Shopping Center Pbone CEdar 5-2313 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT EL DORADO Restaurant 435 N.E. 1st AVENUE Miami, Fla. FR 1-9529 OB liOH RE&AWAHT AtfTMfWTIC MUCH CUISMt 128 N.E. 17th STREET !" ?3! i < < Famous Tho World Over EL MINERVA "Miami's Finest Spanish Restaurant" -ARROZ CON POLIO-PAELLA VALENCIA Fine Spanish Cooking in an authentic atmosphere 265 N.E. 2nd St. pi, FR 3-955 i '7Z\\'i*3£fvI< l| iimi m. GALA NEW YEARS EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW RESERVED SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE j PERFORMANCES DAILY THROUGH JAN. 2nd Mat.. 2:45 all seat. 1.99 Eve.. 8:45 all "a's 2_S0 Special 11 A.M. show Children iOc. Adult. 1.50 LINCOLN THEATRE 555 Lincoln Rd. Mall JE 2-5556 JE 2-2734 HOPS THE GOOD NEWS YOU HAVt jjMfffP >K LEON SCHACHTER w. LL PRESENT HIS BIG TIME NEW YORK YEDDISH AMERICAN VAUDEV!LLE pu pi s cT W uREs 0N STARTING FRI., DEC. 23rd Continuous Every Day Direct fro-n a Succe^ul tr,ga S W > •• C '> Mu$ie %  *"£. For the FIRST TIME in MIAMI on HM STAGE .n PERSON "THE YEMINITE ISRAELI GROUP" CAR10 C0RELLI • GERTIE STEIN AND LEON SCHACHTER H Person on Stage CINEMA Washington Ave. at 13th St. Mian,! Beach • JE 1-6202 lOWfST PRICE ON r BEACH MATINE5 W EVENING J l 00 T ? !" ._ ^



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Page 14-B +Jen 1st ncrMis Friday. December 23 I960 Hi Neighbors! WE'RE OPENING JAN. 5TH TO SERVE ALL NORTH DADE MW, MODERN, CONVENIENTLY LOCATED THR/FT HEADQUARTERS FOR YOU AND YOUR fAHUY Insured Savings Accounts Home Mortgage Loans Guardian &. Trustee Accounts Organization Accounts Saving By Mail Payment of Utility Bills Money Orders Travelers Cheques Notary Public Information Service Department All roads lead to the sparkling new office of Miami Beach Federal, staffed and equipped to serve you quickly, efficiently courteously. TO YOU AND YOURS From the Directors, Officers and Staff J / of Miami Beach Federal j}& tw* ^ EARN A FULL YEAR'S DIVIDEND Funds placed on or before Tuesday January 10th, earn liberal dividends as of January 1st. We maKe no charge to transfer your funds from anywhere in the United States to our new 183rd Street Office. 1 18330 N W. 7th AVENUE • MIAMI. FLA. GALA OPENING CELEBRATION Join our salute to the thriving, fast growing North Dade area — January 5,6.7. Refreshments and free gifts for all. COUNTRY SQUARE DANCE family style Saturday evening, January 7th. Bring the children. INFORMATION DESK NOW OPEN From now until the new office is opened on Jan. 5th. we invite you to visit our temporary Information DesK... meet some of the people who will help you with your day-to-day financial needs... learn the many ways we'll be able to assist you and your family to reach your financial goals faster. PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLE SERVICE To acquaint you with the many services available at our 183rd Strset Office, experienced members of the Miami Beach Federal Family are now making personal visits to homes in your neighborhoods. Please welcome them. They have valuable information for you... plus a package of practical and useful gifts. Many of the folks who will serve you from our new office* '• your friends and neighbors. Assistant Vice-President La* W. Blount and hie family reside at 3AO N.W. 13rd Tarraca. From left to nghl: Joan, t: Cliaabath. 3: Mr Blount; Douglas. I; Mrs Blount: Lee Jr.. $; and Jeff try. 4. Mr. Blount Is that Manager of the new 183rd Street Off lea. CURRENT DIVIDEND 4 P b per annum MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN OFFICES: Lincoln Road Mall at Washington Avenue • JE 8-3311 CHICK TM BHANCM OFFICE MOST CONVfiMIINT FOR VOU South Shore Sunny Isles 8th St. aad Wash Av*. 2o Sunny Isles Blvd. Miami Seach Suny Isles Phone JE 8-SS11 Phone Wl 7-S44S FREE PARKIMO AT MAIN OFFICES AND ALL MANCNBS North Shore 301 71 at Street Miami Beach Phone JE 8-SS11



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Friday. December 23, 1960 Ola waries SAMUEL LERNER SI. of 744 J*ff< Ison ive., I!I. .1 11. %  IS He cam* her* from Ho ion ..i „ ,.. Surviving ,ii. his wife, Kann) M-. Including Alan lain. I -•, rv i • .• %  !• I '•-' i" :u Riverside Mi ,, ii i.i i 'Impel v\ ".i~hlnnii.il ave. ALEXANDER SCHINKEL I rii BW I III! .i • .. • i Ii I -In. i %  .H..I .i tor nni -iA i u > '• • i 18 yea .. %  .. fron N.-w V..: k i %  Burvl :n.. %  aisle .. \ • i.' I •• I '' 20 .i I I i, i -[nil KM II. >al Home. MRS. MARY MIZNS 78, iif 1*1:1 BW -"'ih avi died Dec. 17 r i, in! %  lo yeara a#c from i 'hi e .< \<\ In. are hi i husband, laa< two torn Including, Abe Mi 1/1 n i .u, igjbtei in' hiding Mrs, Llbb, i ,(.. ni'ii mill Mrs. Rachel Kara H'K; 13 grandchildren ami threi ii .in' en Bel y .. ea wi re I lee. nl (iorilon Funeral Horn*, MRS. HELEN NEWMAN ;-.. of 1S*0 Hay dr.. died DM. 16 Sh, i .ime here six yearn ago fiom Clevi l.nid. Surviving are a daughter. Mrs s\ivia J. Oaten a son and tour grand i 'iiiiini Borvtcei Were Dee 11 ai kivijtslde Memorial Chapel, Normand) l-le. t %  *&%*!! Gol -DSTEIN ." "' >' %  A1 .• ...| Dec is ?urv vli ii>, .,„. ,, i ', ilci •on, II Hi I,;... ,.,„:. • '%  JOHN DAVIS 01 I ". W -, •<1 I"-.-. II II, %  %  paint, ..„.! lived ben "' no i."Hi ...r. v ..,'fl, :r„.T;;;„,.'" B %  *•* • kist fkridictr MRS SOPH.E WINT2 -. or 4*46 Alton ill. died |,,., -, sk „ "",'. *ven .1,-.,,..,,,',,, Mi?,! '" %  %  • nd wa. :, ,. %  .,'," „•:"' ,, :"" •*•"* I, Hadassai Paae 15-B Ml. Slnal Auxins S Survlvlri. '" >•' %  husband Lewla II : ., di *•< %  < WI its; .. i. .',,.., .,,„ ire T n \ rmand) MRS. CUSSIE SELMAN •4. ISIDORE WE.NER of 181 KB and at., died I". MRS. ANNA RIMLAND v. of 14*1 sw _'i-i aw., died Dae, Ii ime here rin, UM^ ..u.. rim i ivana. Surviving are her husband MM i -i.n. Kimand I n v Id; am ;i hjfrother, Bhlomo Renharl. Serving were Dec. is in ffordon F'uneral Home WILLIAM BURGER 41, ol .'"-'' N W 28th at., dl, 'II %  %  I t ii.fr, T \." j. ..I. inu lf< vn glnla, .nni II brother. Paul Oolll* Services wer, with Newman Funeral Horn, I • 7. of no \\\ nth el died DM. 11 % %  was .. routed r. it.., and Ii iur Iveil l.y his :. • • ,., and f| v '".''" M M I thi Goldman an. llss kaili, %  in,. .;,, ,i-,,. „ Sl .. ,,,.,. >;ere in Plttsburfh with Oordol >ineial Home in eharge locally. MRS. LENA KLYMAN J, of IIS! Alton ill., ilied Dec 11 Sli. ~ survived b) her husband, Son. on Louis, and two daughter*, Bonia md Rose Klyman Services and burls wore in New Tor* with Oordc riineral Home In chaige locally. ALBERT PELEPS M s\v {in st.. iii.-.i Dee. II wvlvlni .i • three sisters Incliidlnii ft. ..f n.i MRS. ROSE I EATON HW i-ii-' died I I \. .,\ II. in %  i %  • %  l % %  CRANK HERSHKOWITZ INK i I BENJAMIN KEILIN H I dl, I Dec. II He hi • I '. ,!: I, Noi mi in 1 i-le. %  'i wree rosier* TI nntini. Mis sadle FV ndrlcb, and two bri • • I >" II ,,i Uordoi •uneral Home JACOB BOLHOVER lied Dei %  I, me here sli o from I •• %  roll. I ,..hiwif,. i Bydm • • • daaa % %  • %  i ng Mi ren. Herv Ic, sere Hi • i LOUIS BECKERMAN i I > • tlir,. LEGAL NOTICE I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. ,N ANL c OR DADS COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 60C12200 Till: SU M.l.l-YI., i,;|,-s i IRI'I IH TII IN i Klorlda .. i i.iii.i,,, • LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS MfMC I A til NOTICE TO APPEAR P 11 MK1NCKE and ISABEL MKlNi'KE, Inwile; M E. MITCHELL and 1" MITCHELL, hiwife; RAT M WILEY and BK1 ii ,,..i i-.>... ...^ Wo brothers, a sisier ami iw, Krantl •hllilien s.i vl, ,s were Doc. 4 a \'ewman l-un.ral Home. EMANUEL M. GERBER :.. ..f i:;.."i \nnad ter., died Dec. I. 11 • iad li*-<-n a resident ,,1 Miami Read Of 1"' year* Survivinc ana dauahtei .Ii-i\.ni.it. BiaZe; ..nil a sen. Samuel ', r\ I.were Dec i in Riverside Me' ni'ii..! Chapel, Washlncton ave. %  %  ti %  MRS. LILLIAN ZEIDNER i.n p, nnsj Ivanla ave i i ---1 i • %  %  HJhi i .iii re SIN %  ....i ago fron d, iiih a Surviving are %  daugh %  r, M M iier> • Bn oki %  son, Ei ., brotb< r and .. alat, I 8, n c, % %  Rlvei aide M, ion i • in: P ML.... „,,,. M !•: MITCHELL and I" IRTH \ \~i>, .1,,-, ... ... ...I'.TIIA \l WILEY, hiwife YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIMEDtha snii habeen fib il In the above lyled Court by THE KM ALLEY ,IM;I,-S CORORATION, .. I-I.ni.l. 'Orporatlon, the Plaintiff, for the put %  %  "f qulotlni i ill.I.I la nils describe IR follows, lying and being In Dad, 'ounty, norlds The S\V 1/4.01 the RE l/l "f Ihe N"\V I I I.I Becl i"n ii. Township -".'i Smith. Range lu Bast, Dads County, Kl.mila. Yiir ARK iu:,,irii:i:ii i.. file vn„ ippearance or other defensive pleadIIKS tn the Bill "I Complalnl filed bi his rase on or h.'fore the 2'ith day %  'annul y, IS4J1, or In II. n thereol I, uffer a Deere, Pro Confeaso in *' ntered aga Inat > ou. DATED thli 16th day "f December '960. i: B LEATHFRMAN • "'. i It i Mr' .ni '"in I -..,11 B] E II I. VNWAY i %  • utj i'i. rk Ii 23-30, I fi-1. 1 i.nil I'.iiiri "i 'ounty, I-!.,ii la. Ill il 1*1 iRPORATll >N A lla. Corp. IAR s 'lliiMi'iuioi,,.-. for Viiplli •:• Hlsiaj a, Building L: 33-30. I I.-M LEGAL NOTICE VPS. REBECCA BTRUN N • • N • %  Mi '-• %  %  11 In JOSEPH WEISSMAN 74, r.f | %  -'.'. II ter., died Be, II ears ago fron 1 ..rk Burvtvtag are twos ni ncludlni -r.,.i i;.. three daughters Includlnt Mrs. Bertie Wlsotakj and Mn Oi Ki.in. a brother, three sisters, •uno grandchildren and six greatilldren. Korvfcca were i"' n Rlvemlde Memorial ,'haiel, Douglas MISS SALLY H. COLSKY \\\ lethal ...... :. .. rd St., Miami I • Mi I., oa i' Worthlngton Borvlcea were Dec. !i in ,,i Chapel, Alton id. IRVING M. ROSS SO of WOO SW It* -' died Dot S. He Chicago and since IK lanl irer and offl. of Miami Beach Federal Savinp and Loan Assn.'s .-'" Bhpre Hranih. He w.i.. member of the Bo. Bhoro Optlmista. He Is survlv. .1 l.y bM wf and two daughters. Ponna I.'nn and Nancy Joy. BervlcM were Dot i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ;iTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. .N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 11023 IATARPT M.M \ ':" LEE, ORDER TO APPEAR • %  r to a % %  S.K the in r,f the Clerk %  this C, irt, othi fault ill i nired sgalni K B. 1 EATHERMAN, i'i, rk of 'I %  •'in lit C t,..,,, Bj K ,M LYMAN, Deputy Cl< 'k II I %  I HARRIS WEINSTOCK „ m Nancy joy. fennc, 4S, ,f :.7o BW Mnd st died Doc don funeral Home H. cam* here 14 years ago from New > "i-k and wan a member of Beth AJB >n.mor:.e Surviving are his wit. a daughter. Lola; hla Mrs Julia Wehaatock, and is %  'i.h and Bolomon lordon r"uneral Home ABE E. JORDAN 71, of lift:, lt'2nd st Ba> Harhi I I sli \ retired m, an>' ,-n N.I Sun i\it a ai i I da ighters. MrMORRIS H. FREEMAN 73, of S34 s\v isl il dtod Doc. %  %  '•' ::,, from Ea c.inn and was %  member of ii-onsres tlon Bun sing are his n. tW o da ighters, Mrs. M and MrBea4 i Brlner; five • ra in ludlng Meyer, and two ... wen !'•' I m W %  %  nen I Hume. VRS LILLIAN FREDM AN M '< % % %  • %  ... iurvlved i; y.r.i'i. M< mi rial C MRS. GERTRUDE KORMAN %  • -'. vie, Oiap. MAX MILSTE N ive died i years ai %  nd two h< n -il Rl< •< ird i-. L". in Rlv, 1 lUH el, Wa-lii'iv'on ave. DAVID t. DENNER i f 44" 'Hel K|i.. .v.t '• %  i'" %  ..... and ii. her 1 WILTON M. SHAPIRO ... %  %  i ADOLPH FRIEP en nt %  i. W .' %  '' i. '.'.. %  • brother. RIIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 0C 6495 In Re: Vd< ; ..11 'if W V.NDA L125BTTE V*"iol>, s Minor. By JOSEPH LEE DAVlfi snd IDA M-r.sK.TT HA vis. '""N'OTXE TO APPEAR TO: ERNEST BAKER (Address rnknownl v„, are hereby notified )• S ...name.)' '" l KK AV S r', u \\ V\ BBTT DAVIS to adopl WAM'A IZKTTE W OP V .:, r, I rther notified lh -'^• %  •' |S a m ..n 'h.' -1-1 %  .•> %  n"' %  M LYMAN, CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUT ON IN THE NAVE AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA |-|. M.I. TO WHOM THESE PRE SENTS SH \LL COME. I5RI ETIN'Sf .MAN R I.V"NVMI, n.ORIDA DAPHNE I' riN, lllAMI i :i. • \i. MI.WII r ORIDA %  \ RSI ITRE Sill ISC I M Ml i • %  %  State of 1 %  •. I, ,HS EM 1*1 K %  %  %  .. i | h, >• %  • • .' ol [all the stockholders undei th v alom ol ...,l ... Florida Statutes, show ii -solution of ICl • uoratla Sow, tb< refi re, the Bei • %  tary ol State doea her, hi certify lo the for, and ih." h, l satisfied thai "in requTremi nts ..( law hav4j i" oa '* "lN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto iel my hand and have affixed ih.' Oreal Seal ol the Stot, of Florida, at Tallahaasee, the Capital, thla the TENTH d*J ol DECEMBER. A H I'-" i-..,l, R. A. ORAY, • %  %  of Bute. N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 6X12149 .•INCEST C PROBST, Plaintiff, \ IARHARA ANN PROBST, I I, l. inlanl. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION I'll; BARBARA ANN PROBST I Tylee Avenue Worceatei. Mass You are hereby notified thai %  BRI if Complalnl for Annulment or Alternative Relief has been filed against .HI. and you ^r>herob) required i., %  erve %  cop) of youi Answer to said % %  ill of Complalnl on plaintiffs attorney and file the original Answer In ihe office of the Clerk of the Circuit ourt on or before the (3rd da) of laiuiMiy. ISHII; otherwise, the allege ionif the -aid BUI ..r Complaint will • %  taken as confessed against you. Dated Ho13th da) of December, MO i: B LEATHERMAN "lei I. of Circuit i "out' seal) B) : l(. II RICE, JR., Deputy Cloi k I'AI.I \\..|'l A W M.I.Kit tttorne) for Plaintiff 130 i. in. .in Road Miami Ii..i. h, Florida 13 _•: 10, I 6-13 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ii hapter 678 ol II i i -I 11 :• 111. w id W rehouse Rec, ACE-R I'. VAN LINKS. INC 1 of Its In •. |... ..w ina .I-' ,; • ii property: i; ...IAthi W Mil I V" IRK, l3 N W n I he 33rd da %  ol [ the II hours .. \ w. I iin% %  fo • %  lo i. id, r f n '.' h in hand the ty, as th, rd Y irk, Dati Miami. Mori la, ,; • b ei ACE-R IV V \N LINES, INC. 12 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai %  he undersigned, d.-sirlns t.. eogag, n ndei th, f.i tlous nat ill MRS CNLIMITEDal 731 N M m I iven %  ntendu to reg ster wll %  • %  I • "'" '" HfRSCHAEFT 17 yearn, he rame her. W V'a. w-nei of San "tan I. f .v v "'' leant "e SI P %  %  I ^' J S a ,"rd andchllilren, a bn.the, and B f Memorial • >' •'• .. as were De. II Ii Rlverow .., l n charge. ^^^__ Memorial ,'ha| el. Alton r.l MICHAEL ORITZ • %  :. ..f M.-.I Ocean dr.. died I •• ..ime here 10 years ai" '" N,v ''' r • id. was a retiud emt' the New Y.irV Pom Sort-lvlmj an *i3a wig. ,. ilauetiter^ |fic|udll *! FlArance K. SadOff and Mis J, % %  n: fhreegrendchlldren and great-grandchildren Services m Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washington ave. DAVIO M. •dORSTEIN -i.uth Baltimore. Md dill He was a,Jewel.. ,,i,d contiUjPJeo Beach charities. He I. b\ a daughter. Mrs .1 %  Ml I, r, and a slstoi M raveslde s< I at lakeside Memorial feme' IN THE COUTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No S1252-8 IN RE Estat, of l.ll.l.l \N BRODIE BROWN Dei'oas, .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons HavIng Claims or Demands Agalnal Said Kslat. You are hereb) notified and required to in.-.in any claims and demands which you maj have agalnat the esujt, of LILLIAN BRI il 'IE BRI 'V\ N •> ,.,-, ,i late of Had.County, Klorlda, io the Count) Judges of Bade County, ami file the -.•'"> %  In their offices .In Ih, Count) Courthouse In Dade t'ount, II,. Ida, a iliin • laht calernmr months from ih. date of the first publication hereof, or the same will !"• bai i''i. 8AMCEL C BROWN, V n n..tin \K\i i| 11 SLOME •i. v In Road Mian, Beach. Florid. M h"2 *SSm E Riverside Me^cTlst HYMAN 9M-VER U, „f 1040 1BHI -<-.",\-..; Y ,.rK etjru he-elT year. l NE llth ave died I" me lierw seven years N Y and was a member of t* -i'v vine are his wife. Ms. Pepper ghter Mrs Kstell. ,,ni1.hiM-' •i.hildr.n. Secy ices were Dec -'. "J r>,verslde lloeBorlal Isle. %  %  necnuarrn. r-^, ..^!" %  !>.>• n '" e. -rslde Memorial Chai-el, V;. y ^„, y„ r „,„i'l NOTICE BY "UBLICATION E 'H ENT c ^^ c u u oTc^L u c TR^T;o E F No. 60C12268 .l.K SAMER, l' ., i %  • R SAMER, tSrr FOR DIVORCE ~ P1CTC\U.I Vital, Othbir, notified that •' %  > %  u oi i Divorce ha. been led ^' rwv ns E% eff. •; % % %  %  ;-,"',;;. ,, von fan to ,,k i 1 f in The nil of Comp'alnt. .hfTsou. % %  >• %  < %  :. HERMAN. Clerk, KWida fjOLDM'AN "OLOSTEIN ,,_.,... ST. .'t untiff i; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51434B In I'.K. A p RIED NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO AI nr C 1 %  otrntj II i.L ,. II -.11 I. %  ... NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \.. I,I: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai • %  'i di -ni"''" engagi n i %  fit tltlous ni ol rm: iiri.LY .MI.I.Y BOUNCERAM \ \ w !nd M Miami Inti with tin i of Dade ounty, tTCORP. %  V MAC MERME1 L %  1980 S. N -HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 49648-B ""ili-^^IAXKSTKKN "NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,,, noUflod and required x ; MLVBHSTBBN ... ARNOLD BLOME ., it.r tRNOLP Bl OME, Attorney ;-i|. In ISoad Miami Botv a, ne#M „ n _, 0 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 60C11985 CJR 'il' RI'TKOSKY, Put I ROBERT RtTKOSKT, lanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO ROBERT RITTKOSK1 :,',-'.(, BOth Stn el Jackson Heights. New York Y tOBERT RITKOBKH at'eliei. D notified that a Bin of CompUlntfor lilvor.e has been filed against you. and you are ,e.|,iir.il to serve a cooy of our MISW. r ..r Pleading to the imi of ,„ „„ ..... pigbipfrt AUOMMT. \\,;K1.'I A ALL *"" Alnsley l.mldm. Mkunl 31 htorida and file the original V !" -, l'...',.M,.,ln..ieoffn'eof he .,, thoarcult Court on oi boro the 16th day of January. IMI. If 5fall to do so. lodgment hv difault wdl ,:, taken agalnrt you for the re ,ef d.manil.il In th< BIU of Comi.talnt. This nolle, -hi!' '"' publish..I ''" ,,Th w.eU for four "on.-.'.ii.iv. THI! JEWISH FIOLIIHAN DTTNE VM> ORDERED at Mland. ,,,„.„,, ., 2th daj of n,,'.',..b.r. V D y '\\ l^KATHl i:\lAN.i"1.ik. : %  %  County, Florida LYMAN, l.,k \v,;i"i %  t i.' \ 'ing Miami r la. Attor,,' •'" ,, ,, I i: 1 %  i •I



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Pcge 16-B +Miit nrrrt&r Friday. Dece~ibr OnHOCOI 1AAO HA*>MUTM Of ROA • I Mi •**•••"•* %  /> eace # • EVERY MAN X S HOPE EVERY MAN X S PRAYER! ^~The last candles have flickered out. The Feast of Chanukah is ^ over. It reminded us again of the victory of Judah the Maccabee over the Syrians and Greeks the victory that restored Jerusalem and brought PEACE to Israel. Just a few intervening days then our Gentile friends, our fellow Americans, celebrate the birth of the one to whom they look for PEACE. The beliefs vary ... the customs and rituals emanate from different sources and find expression in ways peculiar to ethnic groups. Yet with all the variance Jew and Gentile have one thing in common ... the hope for PEACE. This hope seems to rise to a crescendo as the year nears an end. PEACE will prevail when man's tolerance, his love for his neighbor, grows stronger than the ritual that separates them. To this end let us hope and pray. And

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Miami, Fla
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UW/Tr and THE iWISH WEEKir
[Volume 33 Number 52
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 23, 1960
Two Sections Price 20*
iami Faces Major Challenge as CJA Starts
NATIONAL UJA GOAL $72,740,000
Community Maturity and Responsibility
Face Test In Federation 1961 Drive Klutznick New UJA
Greater Miami Jewry this week launched a massive effort to raise?
fund* for its number one philanthropy, the 1961 Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Calling attention to the all-important nature of this years fund drive,
general chairman Joseph M. Lipton said: 'Every' thoughtful Jewish man
and woman in Dade county real-*-------------------------------_______
iZCS^h,y.Ktheir commUxLy nW "mpaign vice-chairmen to assist
stands at the crossroads. They can njm ln the (ask of organizi ma.
ch008 t*h *,y f 'f* and ior divisions: Judge Irving Cvpen. fin Da* HH^t HP
give CJA their total, all-out sup- Ernei, Janjs Sla8n, c '^ U/7 A Gil C//7d l/O/l
port or. thty can conduct a and Jonn ^ b= .. .
Herut Demands
Knesset Session
port or. trfty car. conduct a and John ^^ A,sQ nam"d g
"business as usual campaign -vice-chairman was Mrs. Morris
which does not provide minimal
service to their families and their
neighbors."
Lipton waa joined by Sam J.
Heiman, president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and
other local religious and welfare
leaders in an appeal to the en-
tire Jewish population to per-
ticipate in the vital campaign
which provides financial suport
for 57 health and welfare bene-
ficiaries at home and overseas.
Setting a precedent in early plan-
ning was the appointment of chair-
man Lipton in June of this year,
at the annual meeting of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
It was the first time In the his-
tory of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal that a general campaign chair-
man took orer the big job a full
six months prior to the opening of
the drive.
Lipton immediately named five
Goodman, general chairman of the
Women's Division campaign.
Among other top jobs assigned
many months before the drive open-
ing were: Samuel N. Friedland.
chairman of Pacesetters; A. J. Har-
ris and Julian Weinkle. co-chair-
men of Initial Gifts; Carl Suss-
kind, chairman of the Trades and
Professions Council; A. J. Molasky
and Joseph Rose, co-chairmen of
j Miami Beach Residents; Judge
Continued on Page 5-A
JERUSALEM(JTA In an un-
precedented action, the right wing
Herut Party demanded this week
an urgent closed-door session of
the Knesset. Israel's parliament, to
ciscuss "the reasons and circum-
stances" in the resignation of Brig.
Gen. Chaim Laskov as Israel Chief
of Staff.
Under Knesset rules, when such
a request bears the signature of
at least ten Knesset members, as
this one did, it requires automa-
tically a closed-door session for
a procedural discussion on whe-
ther there should be an open or
closed debate on the issue.
Yohanan Bader. the Herut dep-
uty who offered the motion, said
the move followed a refusal by the
chairman of the Knesset Foreign
Affairs and Security Commission,
without taking a vote, to permit a
committee discussion on Gen. Las-
kov's resignation.
NATIONAL UJA '61 KJCKOFF
SET FOR mi A m BEACH
In a swift follow-up of the 23rd
annual national conference of
the United Jewish Appeal held
in New York City last weekend.
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman.
UJA executive vice chairman,
announced that the UJA already
was completing plans for a pow-
erful 1961 campaign kickoff at
its National Inaugural Confer-
ence to be held at the Ameri-
cana hotel in Miami Beach on
Feb. 5. ,
UJA's newly-elected general
chairman. Philip M. Klutznick.
of Park Forest, III. will take a
leading role in the planning and
activities of the forthcoming na-
tional UJA gathering. Rabbi
Freidman add.J
Kennedy Names Goldberg
As New Secretary of Labor
General Chairman
NEW YORK(W'NS)Adoption of a fixed goal of S72.740.000 for
1961, coupled with the election of Philip M. Klutznick as general chair-
man, highlighted the closing session of the three-day national conference
of the United Jewish Appeal.
Unanimous approval of a fixed
goal by the 1,500 delegates who at-
tended the parley marked the first
time in eight years that the UJA
has set for itself a goal in advance.
The fixed goal of 572,740,000 was
approved at the behest of UJA
leaders who stressed that the
sum represented the "irreducible
amount" needed by the UJA-fi-
nar.ced agencies next year.
In his acceptance speech. Klutz-
nick told the parley that the "Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal has been and re-
mains the supreme communal ac-
tivity in American Jewish life." He
urged American Jewry to reach the
1961 goal of the UJA, declaring that
"imaginative and vigorous new
ways must be found to help us
.> ealize our goal."
Earlier, at a dinner session, Gov.
Nelson A. Rockefeler of New York
hailed Israel's progress and the ef-
forts of the United Jewish Appeal.
The Governor said that the "pro
gress of Israel goes hand in hand
with the progress of democracy,
with the advance of peace and
freedom," and that "as we contrib-
ute to the strength of Israel, we
contribute to the strength of the
free world." UJA's aid to resettle-
ment of homeless people in free-
dom, the Governor asserted, "helps
PNIUP M. KLUTZNICK
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pres-
ident-elect John F. Kennedy has an-
nounced the appointment of Arthur
J. Goldberg. Chicago-born labor
lawyer, as Secretary of Labor The
appointment puts two Jews into a
United States Cabinet for the first
time in American history Senator
Kennedy previously had chosen
. Go" Abraham Rib.coff of Connecti-
cut as his Secretary of Health. Ed-
ucation and welfare.
The Secretary of Labor nomine,
has been sp.ci.f counsel of the
American F.derat.on of Labor
oL of industrial Organiza-
tions since 1*48 and he .s also gen-
eral counsel for the United Steel-
workers of America.
The 52-year-old labor law expert
la known as a friend of Israel. He
recently accepted appointment as
chairman of the Board of Trustees
of the Histadrut Development Foun-
dation, an American organization
established to help Israel's Labor
Federation. He is a member of
Temple Sinai here.
The new Cabinet appointee is a
graduate of Northwestern Univer-
sity and is a member of the Amer-
eiations. He served as a major in
elation. He served as a major m
the US Army during World War
II.
Soviet Jewry
Visit Possible
PARIS (JTA) Daniel Mayer,
who served as president of the
Conference on the Status of Soviet
Jewry here last September, met
last week with Sergei Vinogradov.
the Soviet Ambassador to France,
with whom Mayer discussed the
situation of Soviet Jews.
The meeting was officially des-
cribed as "very friendly and cor-
dial." Mr Mayer, who was ac-
companied by Jacques Nante. a
Catholic writer who served as rap-
porteur for the September confer]
ence drew the Soviet envoy's at-1
tenti'on to the resolutions passed at,
the conference dealing with dis-,
crimination against Jews in the.
USSR- tuJ
Mr Maver also expressed to the i
envoy the anxiety felt in liberal,
: groups throughout the world over
the situation of Soviet Jews. The
possibilities of a visit by Mayer and
other leaders to the Soviet Imon
wai raised at the meeting.
Continued on Page 2-A
Of
iCThtmiarantt
By John F. Kennedy
TV 7-*4
Israel
_________Hon. lines iw -- -_________________.-------------------__ W%
==r^7^u ^fTRAmh. is Concerned Over Effect of Report
onies it Has ASmm._1jSS^!----.---^ '-'.rr"
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
rael Government sources strong-
ly denied today reports that Israel
was on the road to the manufac-
ture of atomic weapons. They ex-
pressed concern that the wide >
featured reports would adversely
affect American Israel relations
and would give the United Arab
Republic additional grounds for
pressure on the Soviet Union for
more armaments.
The Israel Atomic Inergy Com-
mission issued a statement Tues-
day categorically affirming that
"Israel is not enoeged in the man-
ufacture of atomic weapons.
Atomic research in Israel is des-
tined far Industry, agriculture,
medicine and science." The .tjtj
TnTreaTo? constructed with
American aid.
The Israel. Foreign M;n,try
said it had "nothing to ajd to
gszsgP
SSta London and Pans.
Soviet propaganda agencies
against ^'"^J'tweA
bic-language bro'dcasw.
from the Soviet Union to the mux
e East, summarily rejected the
fsraeli denials and warned of new
dangers confronting the Arab
world at the hands of Israel
Tun davs ago. the Foreign Mm-
,.^:0dednTdaknow.edge of reports
that Ambassador AvraharrHa
man had been secretly and ur-
Sy called to the SUteDeparte
ment in connection with the
Tbomb reports. It. spokesman
.aid he did not know whether
Washington had made inquiries
of Israel.
(In Washington, the Israel Em-
J sy decline to disclose any
information with regard to the
reported diplomatic commumc.-
Sn,and denied any knowledge
of a second atomic raactor in I
ml
John A. McCone. chairman of
the US. Atomic Energy Com-
rrL.on. said that the United
States had officially requested in-
formation from Israel on the re-
ports. His statement, the Israel
Embassy said, had been -brought
t the attention of the Israel Gov
"Mr^McCone told the Washing-
ton Post and Times-Herald that
there was no relation between tne
suspected plutonium breeder re-
actor and the smaller ac.o,
which the United States had help-
ed to build He said that our in-
formation is incomplete and un-
official, but quite obviously thu
would
Israel, almost since its founda-
tion, has pinned great hopes on
the development of atomic energy
as a source of fuel and power.
A report by the National Plan-
ning Association in 1957 visualized
development of atom-powered in-
dustrial communities in the Ne-
gev Plans for the first research
reactor was announced in 1958.
The United States paid $350,000
of the cost of its construction and,
last March, provided the enriched
uranium and other materials nec-
essary for its operation. The re-
actor was first activated last July.
It is located south of Tel Aviv.
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Friday, December 23
Greater Miami Chapter of AJCommirtee
the Greati '"'lr
Ami rl< in Jewish I
hi hai been
lishe to aid Ji a h '"
in Di
__r.-i m I n thu mi '
Jack Wilson (left), president of North Shore B'nai B'rith. receiv-
ing a citation as outstanding Ben B'rith in the district from
Jerome Greene, past president of Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith and member of District Grand Lodge board of gov-
ernors which makes the selection. There were only four such
citations awarded in this District comprising about 14.000
members.
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CJA Chairman
Continued from Pag* 1 A
to countered rirnaiuioa ol
totalitarianism "
Morris W. Berjnttein, outgoing
g*n*ral chairman who was subs*
quant I y named honorary chair-
man of th* UJA. told th* dinner
s*ss on that th* UJA since its in-
ception 22 years ago had spent
more than a billion dollars to
hep 2,700,000 Jews throughout
th* world.
her dinner speaker, I
of Commerce Ptahas Sa-
pir. lauded tha UJA tor financing
he migration o( 975.000 Jews to I-
aad their .eulemen; (here in
the last 12 sears. While noting
thai lanel "ha> made great pro
gaeas ahaoa the first immigrants
pooled into the new state." Sapir
cautioned there must be no mi-
takim; the (act that "we still need
full assistance of the I'nited Jew-
Mi Appeal to meet our obligations
to hundreds of thousands who will
come "
At an earlier session of the
conference, Or. D*y Jos*ph, the
treasurer of th* Jewish Agency
tor Israel m Jerusalem, told the
delegates that th* agency had re-
ceived Ssaa million from the UJA
sine*. 194* but that th* "magnifi-
cent sum had covered only SO
percent of what was needed.
Highlighting the opening aaoloa
was an address by Avraham Har
Judge F. N. Barad
Lecture Slated
Workmen'- Circle I I. Pereti
school I. iponi lecture by
the lion Prederkh \ Barad Me*
Tuesday, 8 p m. H
1546 SB. Srd si
Jadfa Barad will speak on The
Case Against Eicbmann," and his
words should have particular im-
pact since he and his family per-
sonally experienced some of the
horrors of the Eichmann edicts
against the .leu -
He was born and raised in a vil-
| lage of eastern Czechoslovakia and
his home town was In the section
[turned over to Hungary as a result
Of the Munich conference which
' preceded World War II
man. Israeli Ambassador to the
United States. Ambassador Har-
'1.1 the gathering that ''things
retting better" in Israel and
"we have virtually liquidated un-
rment" except for the "hard
f unemployable- who lack
the physical capacity to work
Use same time he said '.hat.
20 to
30.000 Ban itataigraati ware taken
[art annually and i aver-
ted tato setf-supporting taxpaj
chairman Rab-
bi Herbert A Friedman :old the
same saaaioo that of the $72.M
quota he prop( i. more
than $31 million would be allotted
to the I'nited Israel Appeal, ior
bringing in and resettling new im-
migrant, m Israel, and Si7.20o.ooo
to the JDC
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berg, Aaron I Allen I.
Preeling Uelvyo Frumke.. Jerome I
rgc Jacobson Paul
Klein, Dr Jerome A Kramer. Mr*
Charlaa Leeds Mr- Herbert Ma-
li.-. Mrs Elian Meyer. Mr and
Mr- Arnold Perlstein. David Sak-
iad. I>r Pejfti Scheinbur*,. Kenneth
Triester.
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+Jewlst) Thridlirtr
tionist Leader
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and
the
pub-
Zuck-
Zuckerman. pasi presi- Actions Committee he i
o( the Labor Zionist Organ*- trihuting editor of Folk
|on of America, member of the Zion." Yiddish weekly of
sidium of the Zionists Actions World Zionist Ornanization
imittee, will be guest of honor hshed in the Israel capital
le 40th anniversary Histadrut erman is known as one of the most
Sbration on Sunday, at 8 p.m. powerful orators on the Yiddish
the Cromwell hotel, Miami platform and is the author of many
<* magazine and newspaper articles
,e occasion of Zuckerman's ap- on Jewish and Zionist topics
ranee is the celebration of the Born in a small town near Vilna
tadrut's achievements in its Zuckerman attended the Telshe
lical field through the Kupat j Yeshiva. He came to the United
I States in 1904 at the age of 17 and
Zuckerman is a veteran studied at the New York Dental
der of the World Labor Zionist College. The same year he joined
vement. Formerly a New York the Poale Zion movement and be-
y resident, he tias been living in came the traveling representative
usalem since 1956. A member of the organization,
the Praesidium of the Zionist After World War II he served
rt000 in Wills, Bequests For
liami Chapter of Histadrut
Isome $227,000 in wills, bequests i through the efforts and initiative
bri inuranee policies were recent-' of Ehiel Lesowoder. honorary pres-
to Address Histadrut Celebration Beach Youth Wi"
Head New Group
thanks and appreciation for hav-
ing shared with the pioneers and
A Miami Beach youth has been
*, JUXJSSLi -*-- B
defenders
president of the College Age Or-
ganization of United Synagogue
of the State of Israel and securing
it as a democratic strenghold in Yon'th"
the Middle East.
He is Marshall Balluch, currently
of unparalleled concluding his term as president
growth in social and economic se-
curity has been assured to the set-
tlers of Israel through the Kupat
Holim, the medical network of
of the South Florida sub-region of
USY.
Baltuch attended the charter
BAJUCH ZUCKUMAN
hospitals, clinics, santariums. polio i convention of the College Age
and TB clinics, medical staff and
maintenance, that has this year:
undertaken its most tremendous
task to date in opening new medi-
cal centers in border settlements
and urban communities to meet the '
needs of the unending influx of
immigrants as well as its corn-
Organization in Atlantic Ctiy,
N.J., last October. At national
vice president, he will be in
charge of membership and ex-
pansion of the United States and
Canada.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Baltuch, 834 Raymond st., he is
a student at the University of Flor-
ida.
Last week, he attended a na-
tional officers' meeting in New
York, where the University of Flor-
ida at Gainesville became the first
written for the benefit of the ident of the Histadrut Committee Par,men,s-
Celebrating the historic
stone of Histadrut's 40th anniver-
sary, Zuckerman is in America as
bined aid and medical assurance
two terms as president of the Labor to the pioneer settlers of Israel.
Zionist Organization of America. | Abram Fox. president of the 1s-
ln 1949 he was elected to the rael Histadrut Committee of Great-
American section of the Jewish er Miami, will preside over the
Agency for Israel, heading its or- evening and Mr. Fox's return to
ganization and Latin American de- the helm as acting president will chartered organization of the na-
tionwide body. Baltuch was un-
animously elected charter presi-
dent.
A musical program by Miss Rose! Others from Miami Beach are
the official delegate of the Vaad Rosamond, well-known soloist, will
Hapoel to convey to Histadrut j entertain the gathering and a sup-
be celebrated simultaneously after
mjic.: a recent illness forcing his absence
from Histadrut activities.
stitutions for the pioneers of Is- of Greater Miami.
elthe Histadrut, at the Found- T. ,. ..
meeting of the American His- r / "r f^ .&
'I, .,____. ; Dr. Sol Stein, nationa executive
drut Development Foundation in lirector of ,he ,listadrut cam.
lami Beach. ; poJmcd ou, tnc purpose of n**1^" l0 l'onvey lo Mlslaan" I enienain me garnering ar
The Foundation is a new finan- ,hp foundatjon ttas ,0 ,j,nanCe the members and friends the genuine i per snack will be served.
building ol new Histadrut institu-
tions in Israel and that through
wills, bequests and insurance poli-
ek 18, the American friends of the
pioneer, of Israel can immortalize
their names with these institutions
in the State of Israel.
Sandra Weiss, recording secretary;
and Ellen Schlosser, parliamentar-
ian.
j| instrument of the Histadrut
impaign to mobilize funds for
Be future needs and obligations of
h. Histadrut in the State of Is-
tel.
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Goldberg,
[t Miami Beach, were hosts to the
st parlor meeting.in behalf of
AHDF which became a reality
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to ln'lp launch the Irving Lehrman
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Volume 33 Number 52
Friday. December 23. 1960
4 Tebet 5721
Endorsement Is Not Enough
Two announcements of major community
significance were made this week.
One deals with the problem of multiple
appeals, and the necessity of establishing the
primacy of the Combined Jewish Appeal for
maximum and effective fund-raising.
The other refers to the opening of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and a call upon Miami
Jewry to give support to the drive.
Both announcements are of sufficient im-
portance to arrest the attention of every Jewish
person in this area.
Unquestionably, there is agreement that
this community has a right to expect that its
Federation will exert every effort to make the
process of fund-raising for Jewish causes an
orderly and coordinated one.
Given such conditions, with regulation and
discipline, best results could be achieved in the
Combined Jewish Appeal, which already pro-
vides 57 appeals in one.
However, Federation's activity with regard
to multiple appeals, in and of itself, is simply
a campaign pre-condition, and its not neces-
sarily a guarantee of success.
Ultimate success of the Combined Jewish
Appeal rests, in the final analysis, upon those
who axe vested with the responsibilities of lead-
ership.
Although it is known that the 1961 CJA
will be a test of the maturity of the total com-
munity, the actual achievements can only be as
great as those of CJA's leaders, the campaign
totals only as imposing as the examples of
generosity which are set for others to follow.
The complacency and letharqy which has
saddled so many Miami fund drives for so
many years must now be removed.
It is a time for not only believing in the
idea of Federation in principle, but in proving
the idea works by personal action. Merely en-
dorsing it is not enough.
The ultimate vindication of the concept of
Federated giving is the success of Federated
campaigns. There is no other measure.
Logic and reason must reject any sug-
gestion that Jews in Miami are inherently any
different from Jews elsewhere in North America.
El Al in Miami
Individually they must be equally gener-
ous, equally responsible and equally respon-
sive to Jewish needs.
As a community Miami has the same re-
sponsibility as other Jewish communities and
our fellow Jews the world over have a right
to expect a comparable performance.
During the next few weeks Greater Miami
Jewry will show by their giving and working
the kind of community they want.
Is the last analysis they can have only as
good a community as they are willing to work
for and pay for.
Forty Years of Service
Greater Miami joins communities all over
the country in marking the 40th anniversary of
Histadrut. A function this weekend with both
national and local dignitaries participating will
highlight Histadrut's achievements from the in-
ception of activities on behalf of the State of
Israel to the present.
In a sense uniquely Histadrut combines the
Israel Federation of Labor which functions as
a union and also as an employer association
and an instrument of economic development, as
well as a political wing in Israel.
While its structure may seem strange to
those in the United States. Histadrut has con-
tinued to initiate the economic progress of con-
stitutional democracies.
Pioneering practically every form of indus-
trial development many of which are serving
as models for other countries, Histadrut with its
anniversary theme of "40 years that changed
a wilderness" has made its impact in the fields
of agriculture, education and culture in the
State of Israel. The Israel Histadrut Commit-
tee of Greater Miami has invited the Jewish
community to celebrate with them this most
memorable occasion and Histadrut deserves
good wishes for all of its services and activities
which it has rendered.
This anniversary we are sure will inspire
Histadrut with all of its workers both here and
elsewhere to continue their untiring efforts on
behalf of the State of Israel.
We welcome to Miami El Al Israel Airline
which opened with formal dedicatory cere-
monies last week its branch office in our com-
munity.
It is fitting that El Al, and thus Israel, be
represented here together with all the other
countries who have seen Miami as a focal
point. The El Al office will not only serve those
desiring to make the trip to Israel but as a
bureau of information on the State and in fact
a Chamber of Commerce for Israel.
El Al in a comparatively short period of
existence has gained a place of prestige among
the major airlines and has been in the forefront
of aviation progress. El Al was the first to have
turbo jet service to Israel and on Jan. 5 will
inaugurate its complete jet service only 12 years
after the founding of the Israel airline.
We are now one of ten major communities
in which El Al has established branches and we
are sure that this choice by them will prove of
great benefit both to local residents and visitors
and to the State of Israel.
A MILESTONE
Moses Hess-
3n tk* sJVlirrot of ^Hi Cowi^oih/cru-c
By DR. N. M. GELBER
A HUNDRED YEARS will have pas*** aooa sim^t^ publication^
Moses Hess basic work "Rome and Jerusalem." in which the
Jewish problem was subjected to a historical and sociological analysis
and in which he advocated its solution by means of the reestablishment
of a modern and socially progressive Jewish Commonwealth in Erei
It is fascinating to see the personality and views of Hess reflected
in his correspondence which has recently been edited by Prof Edmund
Silberner of the Hebrew University.
The volume contains 452 letters. 180 written by Hess himself and
163 addressed to him. A total of 316 of these letters are in the custody
of the International Institute for Social History In Amsterdam. 40 arc in
the possession of the Schiller Museum at Marbach in Germany, and
31 belong to the Central Zionist Archives in Jerusalem.
The history of these letters and of Hess" literary legacy is worth
recalling. His widow. Mrs. Sibyl Hess, authorized a representative of
the Social Democratic Party of Germany in 1902 to sort his letter,
and to transfer them to the archives of the Prty: At the same time
Arthur Meirowitz. of Berlin, on behalf of the Zionist Movement made
endeavors to acquire those letters, manuscripts and notes which con-
cerned "Rome and Jerusalem" and the Hibbat Zion Movement.
-i. : -i-
lAmr limits on jiwish subjicjs
HESS' EARLY LETTERS were written in the years 1825 to 1830 and
sent to unknown addresses. They show him to have been occupied
with problems of philosophy and sociology and with striving for the
"true. good, and beautiful."
Several Jewish subjects are mentioned during this period. Thus,
in 1835, Hess recorded in his diary that the Jews had been predefined
to suffer but also to blaze new trails for mankind. On the other hand,
Hess did not see eye-to-eye with Orthodoxy which "falls to understand
that the wheels of history can not be stopped." Hess pleaded for relig-
ious reform and suggested that chairs for Jewiih Theology be set up at
German Universities.
In these years Hess made the acquaintance of Karl Marx and was
strongly impressed by him. Hess regarded Marx as his teacher in the
field of philosophy because "Rousseau, Voltaire. Holbach and Leasing
are united in one man and this man is Karl Marx."
Hess did net imagine that a time would come and he would have an
entirely different opinion of Karl Marx. Questions of literature and of
socialist propaganda were the main subjects of the correspondence
between Hess and Marx, Engels, Rugc, Auerbach and others in the
years 1845-1890.
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TMf JfWlSM MtOHIM
C'NCE THE WAR waged by Napoleon III for the unification of Italy.
** and her liberation from Austrial domination, the principle of na-
tional independence had been regarded as the very essence of democ-
racy. Studying the various national questions of Europe, Hess arrived
at the conclusion that the Jewish problem was the last national ques-
tion and should be solved as such. In March, 1858, Hess, together with
his triced. Dr. Everbeck, who was living in Paris as a political refugee,
sent a secret letter to Emperor Napoleon III in which they wished to
give expression to the sincere sentiments of the progressive democrats
of Germany and declared that in the case of war, these elements woud
fight for progress in Germany no less than for the independence of Italy.
They said that France was the only power that could save Central
and Western Europe. France was strong enough to accomplish this
mission in which she could rely on the help of the German democrats
who had authorized Hess to write the letter.
In the same year of 1859 Hess was engaged in the study of Jewish
history. The way of life of the patriarchs was, in Hesc' view, the basis
of Jewish religion for out of a family tradition a historic-national mode
of worship had developed.
Hess sent the manuscript of "Rome and Jerusalem" to Auerbach
who evinced little enthusiasm. Having read one half, Auerbach stated
in his letter of Apr. 8, 1861. that Hess was a reformer who having roam-
ed all over the world, was now returning to the narrow notion of a
Jewish nationality which did not exist. His whole conception was based
on an error and contrary to the spirit of the times.
He wrote inter alia: "Why do you ask me to be your champion'
Although you may find it ridiculous or a disgrace, I am proud to admit
that I regard myself a Germanic Jew a German." Auerbach asked
Hess to desist from the publication of the book or, at least, to delay it
for a considerable time because at best it would remain a curiosity.
VIIW Of JIWISH NATIONAUSm
THE CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN Hess and two non-Jews,
Friedrich Gobe, the editor of the "Niedorrheinische Zeitung."
where Hess inserted a notice of the publication of "Rome and Jerusa-
lem." and Eduard Wengler, the printer of the book, had hitherto been
unknown. Gobe writes that he can not subscribe to the main points
of the book and. in particular Hess' opinion about the importance of
race in history, because race is but a temporary phenomenon which is
bound to disappear.
Jewish nationalism is not a natural but an artificial matter Never-
the less, Gobe admitted that the scheme of Jewish restoration could not
be summarily rejected at a time when the prevailing trend was to ac-
cept the principle of nationality. The printer Wengler informed Hess
that he had sent the book for review to German non-Jewish papers.
ine book sold badly, but he expressed hope in its ultimate success.
Of the 1.000 copies printed, he had sent 11 to papers and 700 to
booksellers, among them 662 in Germany. It is interesting to note that
the correspondence between Hess and Lassalle, although the Utter was
a Jew, did not touch at all upon "Rome and Jerusalem" and dealt
exclusively with matters of the Labor Movement. One of Its leaders,
f ^'.w Lman- wrot* HeM very appreciative letter in which he
stated that he had read the book several times and was in full agree-
ment with its contents.
tmi wam of ratlin T
j^T THE OUTBREAK of the Franco-Pruisian War Hess moved to
Brussels and in a Belgian Socialist paper issued a proclamation m
which he said that the downfall of the Second Empire spelled the begin-
ning of the end of the domination of one class or race over another The
uream of the hegemony of the Germanic race was as devoid of reality
as was .he dream of Slavonic domination
P.n ci *" qU',e Pss,b,e Bt >* would be an ultimate clash between
,* ,a.VuSm, "nd Pan Germnism and nobody could foretell the dura
tion of this last of .11 wars, but after Its conclusion, liberty, equality
and Socialism would prevail everywhere.


Friday, December 23, 1960
^JewhtftcrHian
Dr. Arthur S. Abramson Honored Here for
Work in Aiding Physically Handicapped
r Arthur's. Abramson Prnfoc_______*_____
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Kennedy Seeks
More Liberal
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e Albert Einstien College of AJm> dllrinS World War II. and in ImminratlfXn /au#
edicine in New York City, re-:thc Velprans Administration, He is ""M'y#C#t/l/f# LOW
Dr Arthur S Abramson Profes-.
sor and Chairman of the' Depart-
ment of Rehabilitation Medicine of
th_
U
ceived the award of the W o r 1 <
Dr. Abramson served in the U.S.
a Fellow of the American Medica
Committee to Employ the Physi- *Mn- American College of Physi-
ed on Dec. 15. at cians' is associated with the Ameri-
a PUD f'nniirn.'i- ..t dLh.1..I
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Dr. Arthur S. Abramson. professor and chairman of (he Depart-
ment of Rehabilitation Medicine of the Albert Efriste'i'n College
of Medicine in New York City, is shown here receiving the
Award of the World Committee to Employ the Physically
Hqndicapped. The presentation is beinq made bv Leo Axlrod
ol Miami, president of the World organization, at a dinner at
the McAllister hotel.
tally Handicapped on uee. 15. i "" *" ww wuu me Amen-
a dinner in the McAllister hotel. can ConKreM <>' Physical Medicine i
under the auspices of the Reha- and Hehabilitation and the Inter-
bilitation Center for Crippled Chit- naUonal Society for Welfare of
dm and Adults. Presentation wag Cr,PPle8. He is the author of many
made by Mr. Leo Axelrod. presi- scien,lflc fcl-
dent of the World Organization, in-----------------
nition of Dr. Abramsoh's ef- TrURIClli B?IJPVPQ
tOrtJ in behalf of the physically "" BCIICVeS
'""" Abra'Lun was named -he JW AS President
Handicapped Man of the CHICAGO (WNS) I
Year and received the President's is Presidenl Many Truman, who
trophy He is president of the New was honored here as the M
York Society of Physical Medicine the Century" at a dinner sponsored
and Rehabilitation. hy the State of Israel Bond '
ization, predicted that a Jew will
be elected Presidenl of the Cnited
-'.ale-, flft) yean alter he is .:
Mr. Truman made the prediction
---------------- i at a press conference prior to the
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai' dinner. He said "I'd certainly like
B'riih is having a gala New Year's see '* but the figures are against
ieve celebration at the Seville hotel. mt'- The next thing you know, we'll
I elect a Jew. then maybe a colored
man for Vice President/'
Lodge to Observe
New Year's Eve
Free Sons ol Israel
Committee includes Herbert Hei-
ken, Theodore Trushin. Gerson S.
Miller, and Jack August.
Dinner will be served, there will
be dancing a floor show, and souv- j Grcater Miami Lodge of the Free
enors for the ladies. | Sons of ,srae| mct Thursday eve.
For reservations, contact Irving! rring, Dec: 22. at the Washington
, Schatzman. chairman, of B'nai Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
i B'rith office I H33 Normandy dr.
WASHINGTON-(JTA)-The new
Administration intends to press for
liberalized immigration legislation,
i' became known here this week,
following a meeting between Pres-
ident-elect John F. Kennedy and
Rep. Francis E Walter, of Penn-
\\l\ ania.
Rep. Walter co-sponsored the
McCarran-W a It e r Immigration
Act, which has been repeatedly
attacked ss grossly inadequate by
liberal political groups. Sen. Ken-
nedy, dur-ng his campaign, alflt
criticized the Act.
The President -elect confi I
with Mr. Waller, who said that
they talked about the refugee prob-
lem and especially "the new prob-
lems in Europe" of refugees going
there from Africa.
This was taken by politician.;
here as an indication that the Pres-
ident-elect notified the congress-
man of his intention to get through
Congress more liberal immigration
measures which have been pledged
by the Democratic Party in hi;
platform.

CJA Drive Starts

All-Out Effort
Continued from Page 1-A
Harold" sjpfcet. chairman of Gen-
ual Solicitation.
A mimbtr of very successful
pre campaign fond raising af-
fairs have already been held,
chairman Lipton reported, all of
whicK have resulted in substan-
tially increased pledges over last
year.
The rabbinate of the community.
t'.n ugh the Greater Miami Kabbin-
icaL.r*M>.i this week announced
thai t.JA sermons would be deliv-
i red m all synagogues urging con-
tfrogaota to "turn towards those
among us who are in need, and to
w ardi our fellow Jews over
who depend upon us for help.'
Chairman Upton spoke from the
pulpit of Temple Emanu-KI last
wek. where he is a vice president
and director. Addressing nc.nl>
1,000 members he said:
"This is a time fpr reflection,
to make us fool grateful that wo
live In this land of freedom and
plenty. This is the time, sur.iy,
when all of ue recognise more
clearly our sense of historic re-
sponsibility towards Jewish life
everywhere and a sens* of pride
nd loyalty in this community.
"Much has been achieved by this
community's generosity through
the Combined Jewish Appeal in
Israel, in many countries overseas,
and right here in Greater Miami
You ail share the fruits of this
work."
Llpton pointed out. however, that
the time for Jewish life everywhere
is so critical and the Greater Mi-
ami situation especially, is so
grave.- that help must now be sub-
stantially increased over the
amounts raised in former years.
Miami's support of its hospitals,
its vocational service, the Home
'or the Aged, programs for youth,
education, and recreation, have
been far from adequate in pre-
vious years, the campaign chair-
man Ujd.
Presidents of these CJA benefici
aries have recently declared that
they face a crucial period in 1961
""less the men and women of the
community adopt a new philosophy
of "personal responsibility for their
local requirements."
l60P lor,US'4C.
The man who created the atomic age
No one would ever find him holding a
foaming test tube aloft and shouting.
"Eureka!" His laboratory was a rocking
chair; his apparatus, an inquiring mind
And from this rocking chair ... with this
inquiring mind, he formulated the ideas
that have given a name to our age-the
Atomic Age.
Albert' Einstein was bom in Ulm.
Germany, in 1879. He received his scien-
ce education in Switzerland, worked in
the patent office there, and in 1914 re-
turned to Germany as head of the Kaiser
WuhelmAc.demyofScience.Herema.ned
there until 1933. when he renounced his
citizenship in Hitler's Third Reich.
He came to America and continued his
work at the Institute for Advanced Studies
at Princeton University. Albert Einstein
-humble, modest, yet in his lifetime he
has literally changed fhe whole world
around us. His theories paved the way to
the freeing of nuclear energy, to the ex-
ploration of space, and to new concepts of
light and motion and energy that are the
very cornerstones upon which the Atomic
Age is built.
A little man whose contemplation
broadened the horizons of science to the
farthest reaches of the universe. A man
who in his own lifetime, took his place
beside Archimedes, Gallileo, and Newton.
Firat with tho Finest Cigarettes
through Lorillard research
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+Je*isl>ncri Friday. December 23,
Casbah
Death
By MAX LERNER
The striking fact about the violence and death in the rtreati of
Algiers was that when thousand.- of Moslems turner) out of their Casbah
quarters to march into the city and demonstrate, the Ultra Rightists
quickly disappeared. In a double sen-e this marks a turning point in
the Algerian crisis. It shows that the continued Risjhtisl resistance to
de Gaulle's plan for an Algerian Algeria i- driving the moderate :inil
loyal Moslems into the arms of the rebels. It alto opens I terrifying
vision of what may happen to the million Europeans in Algeria unless
a peace plan is reached with good will instead ol natl
The Ultras will try to turn this
peace plan, and they have alreadj blamed the bloodshed and th
ol -cores of victims on de Gaulle Thes ignore the fact that wh
de Gaulle has been going, in ins tour of the Algerian armj post
native Moslems hove turned oul to cheer him and kiss hi- hand The)
forget thai it it were not for the restraining symbol ol de Gaulle, and the
ordinarj Moslem's belief in him the white garrison population won!,I
I', overwhelmed and the whole ol llgeria would --o over to the Fl x
if any Frenchman can resolve the tangle of the Ugcriai II Is
de Gaulle but events are moving so fast thai it is doubtful w
even he can. His problem Is how to sel nose without letting the
FLN become sole masters, without sacrificing the millio eans to
a possible reign of terror and without givii up the French stakes in the
ii sources >>t the Sahara
I SUPPOSE THAT NINE OUT OF 10 observers Will -a> that thi- i-
rtow impossible, and that a French surrender to the KIN is inevitable
But de Ganlle is an imperious figure, not given to accepting the in
cvitable.
There is courage wisdom and i touch of heartbreak in the speeches
he has been making to his army officers in Algeria. He moves about in
I hi' provincial towns among hostile colonists He insists thai the new
Mgeria "will not resemble the Algeria of yesterday in any way The
heartbreak lies in the fact that this man of command should have to
plead for his vision of an Algerian settlement, while the Ultras and the
Moslems reduce the vision to cinders
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BUT DE GAULLE DOES NOT LACK RESOURCES. Mis problem
i- he ai m) and the Ultra Rightists In Algeria Against them his strategj
ii to use the more moderate Algerian Moslems and mainland Fiance
itself
A- ] read the reports of de Gaulle's speeches to the officers at the
Algerian arms pottt, l can reconstruct the scene and setting As u hapi
IS 1 wai on the press plane that followed bun on a similar army p
tour m late August. 1959 The officers who count are the younger on
who an the most troublesome and fiery. Tnej are torn between their
admiration for the grandeur and courage ol the great old soldier and
then- bitterness over admit tat m their hopes ol subduing the
eli The big question mark is whether the decline of de Gaulle's
i itige recently on the mainland ha- infected thi officer mind as well.
Th, riots thus fat is the) are. have not reached the arm)
I'-1" De Gaulle's tactic is to keep the army from gettini mixed ipv
th. Ultras Hence his plea "The army haa no policy, The honor and
duty ol the arnu is to serve
THE REAL COUNTERFORCE which de (i.iulle h ,,.,.! I I oppose to
th.' noting right wingers in the streets was ,u.t the army but the Moslems
themselvet For the tir-t tune the) dared to demonstrate in the -tic< i-
ol Algiers, with slogans supporting de Gaulle But the de Gaulle slogans
easily become "Algeria Algerienne" and finally "TIM This led to tra-
gic bloodshed If de Gaulle founders, it may well be because a moderate
Moslem element is bound to melt away in the immoderate heat of the
struggle.
If de Gaulle can keep the blood on the Algiers streets from turning
into an Algerian civil war. he has a good chance not only of holding his
Own in France itself but of retrieving his position there The riots in
Algiers, by posing a threat to the Republic itself, strenghtcn his hand in
Paris. If the Jan 8 referendum on his Algerian plan is ever held, he will
win it overwhelmingly. Then he will at least be able to face the high
hurdle of the plan itself
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FOR THE MOMENT DE GAULLE'S FATE, and Frances, are
poised on "the edge of the sword From de Gaulle's book of militarv
addresses with that title (Criterion Books). I take three out of many
memorable remarks: "When faced with the challenge of events the man
of character has recourse to himself His instinctive response is to leave
his mark on action." And again: "In the ebb and flow of the battle h.
must always give the jmpression that he is perfectly cool, must never
lose faith in victory nor relax his grip for a moment." And finally "He
must keep his mind always on the stretch, must be in a continual state
ol concentration, must endlessly drive himself and others."
It is still an inspiring thing to watch such a man in action, at another
moment of great crisis in a life in which there have been so many. The
road ahead winds through the murky gloom of passions and violence and
bloodshed, but the goal beyond a free Algeria which will orotect its
Kuropean minority and be tied to France in friendship is not an
ignoble one.
As things stand now. I can't see how he will reach it, but I wouldn't
Write the old warrior off.
Rabbis to Mark
Opening of CJA
1961 Campaign
Religious leaders are calling upon
Miami Jewrj to unite Into a huge
force for human good h> all out
lupport of the 1961 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal
LauRcnina Miami blggesl fund-
pi tin- week. Rabbi
Abramowiti of Temple Me-
norah, president f the Greater Mi-
ami RabbiniMl Assn.. made public
i proclamation endorsed by the
rabbinate urging all n "to
gnize the growth of their Jen
i-h rommunit] and t.> proi It
with positive services."
The proclamation was n out-
growth of several meetings of
the Rabbinical Assn. called by
Rabbi Abramowiti for the pur
pose of mobilizing the total
strength of Miami's religious and
lay leaders in behalf of the top
priority fund drive.
In addition to the public prochi-
ion which heralds the opening
U0] campaign, all members
of the>local rabbinate will deliver
Mizrachi to View Film
Armstrong Circle Theatre film:
"Adolf E i c h m a n n. Engineer of
Death" will be shown at the Sat-
urday evening meeting of Mizrachi-
Hapoel Hamizrachi at the San Ma-
rino hotel. The film describes the
rise of Nazi Germany and re-enacts
'he cloak and dagger' capture of
Eichmann.
"World Jewish News" will be
given by Zvi Berger.
PROCLAMATION BY THE
GREATER MIAMI RABBINICAL ASSN.
We the Rabbinate of the Greater Miami Jewish (ommunit, i
at the lime of t,he opening of the 1981 Combined Jewish Appt^ I
now call upon our people to heed the voice- of Jewish history ini'<
respond to the voice of Jew ish conscience.
We earnestly urge all members of the Greater Miami com- '
munitv to rededicate their efforts in contributing generously to the '
Combined Jewish Appeal such ample funds that will mt hop( ;
and life to those who flee from lands of oppression, and to free our
brothers from the burden of anti-Semitism in many countries of
the world to give to Israel the means of sustenance and tne up.
building of this homeland as a haven to homeless Jews an(j l0
recognize the growing needs of our own community and to provide
II with positive Jewish services.
For the furtherance of these purposes and the many other
Causes of th Combined Jewish Appeal, we therefore issue this
proclamation.
We hereby call upon all men. women and children of th?
Greater Miami (immunity to respond wholeheartellv with all
their means and energies, and to give and work in this humani- "
tanan campaign, so that others may live and live happilv.
FREE
A stimulating guide
for youngsters and
adults on the customs,
traditions and observ-
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i .1 \ sermons and urge their con-
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.,. workers,
"The Combined Jewish Appeal
reminds us ol our responsibill
i- Jews to the community in which
ue live, to the Jews the world
over, and to our brethren in the
State of l-rael -aid Rabbi Abra-
mowitz. addressing members of the
Rabbinical Assn. earlier thi- week
"In th* realm of health, social
service, Jewish education, and
car* of aged, w* have crested
splendid institutions which serve ,
our community so that hardly a
family is not touched by them b I
some way," he stated.
Continued Rabbi Abramowitz "It
is hardly necessary for me to re-
mind our people that these arc on-
going human services and they re-,
quire continued financial support."
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liday. December 23. 1960
+Jewislfkridian
mmigrants Arrive Like Ocean Waves in U S A
Page 7-A
By JOHN F. KENNEDY
Immigration to America can be
l ictured as ocean waves break
ing on the shoreline. We can clear
|y sec the crest of each successive
wave, but if w* look closer we
tan MC that the waves are not
really separate but continuous.
I \in at the moment that one
wave is reaching its crest, the
next is gathering force and build-
ing momentum.
Just so, we can discern "waves"
II immigration reaching the
hores of America, but even at
I'-e moment when one wave was
at its crest, the next one had
.arted and was gathering mo-
mentum.
The first wave began with the
first -i tilers in 1607 and the Purl-
and Pilgrims in 1620. The
first wave was predominantly,
not solely, English in origin
The urge for greater economic op-
i irtunity mixed with the desire
tir religious freedom impelled
these people to leave their homes.
01 ;.M of the groups that have
come to America, these Knuli-h
i rs had perhaps the most dif-
ficult physical environment to
r. but the easiest social ad-
justments to make. They master
(,l a rugged land and that was
hard, but they built a society in
their own image and never knew
the h.--'.ility of old toward new
that succeeding groups would
Men of Engllth ancestry were
I r< dominant among those who
ighl the revolution and
og the Tories who opposed it
However, they were not the ex
(lusive members of either groups.
Americans of German, French.
I .itch and Scandinavian ancestry
vi re prominent in the rolls of the
Ri volutionary army. And a grave
I in the Shenandoah Valley pi
\ inia speaks eloquently of the
entnbution of one Irish family:
'Here lies the remains of John
Lewis, who slew the Irish lord,
settled in Augusta County, located
the town of Staunton and furnish-
(i ihe American revolution."
1820. Ireland began to re-
I .ice England as the chief source
I new settlers. Indeed, in the
nntury between 1820 and 1920.
< tour and a quarter million
l-ish came to America most
il them between 1820 and 1860
Most of the Irish settled in the
j. i .it cities of the north and pro-
Mded a laboring force to meet
li i need! of rapidly expanding in-
< -trial economy Many worked
ii factorial and many others left
Ireland when offered jobs by the
II .Iders of the new American rail-
i (Is and canals.
The Irish were among the first
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
call for
STRONGER Yet SAFER
ANACIH
Won't Upaot The Stomach
Amain* Bat caly firaa etr$f\
'.ir relief from pain of headache
Vat It also tmftr. Won't opaat taa
ttomaca uikMubad ffaeta. T
M, Anacla la Ilk* doctor'a pra-
rlptloa. That la, Anacin cenUlaa
**t Juat (h kit MtatMliM afl
: c.lly proTaa, attlTa intradiaiita.
Mine raaiarta aaa prorad *
f la drug caa aia aack itrotif r*
tea aaia itUat aa Aaaaai Ta
'o meet the hostility of an .1.
^tblished group of "AmS-
ans it wasnoi long before em-
Ployment circulars melttded the
Phrase "No Iri-h need apply."
It is not unusual for people to
far and distrust ihat which they
are not familiar with. Evey new
Jfroup coming to America found
'his fear and suspicion facing
thom. And, in .heir turn, memo,,;
ot these groups met their succes-
sor- with more of the same. The
Irish are perhaps the onlv people
n our history with the distinction
of having a political party, the
Know-Nothings, formed against
them. N party based on bigotry
and hatred could he successful in
America and the Know-Notbings,
after a vigorous -tart, died an
Ingonrinious death in the mid-
180V-
The wave of German immigra-
tion began t riM jn lnc mu|(||e
of the nineteenth century as Irish
immigration began slowly to re-
cede. For the rest of the century
the two overlapped. By 1910. there
were eight million Americans eith-
er themselves born in Germany
or whose parents were born there.
For the most part, these new
Americans were farmers and ar-
tisan-. They were instrumental in
opening the west to settlement.
Lured by the promise of free land,
these people were among the first
to cultivate the fertile soil of the
Ml sissippj Valley. Their -kill as
craftsmen, too, tound ready ac-
ceptance in the developing Amer-
ican industry.
An important part of the Ger-
man immigration was political in
origin, and the new Americans
from Germany made a mighty
contribution to American demo-
cratic though! and practice and
particularly to the growing trend
of American liberalism.
The nineteenth century saw
Europe enveloped by a cloud of
reaction against the liberalizing,
reforming and democratizing
forces which the French Revolu-
tion had released. In Germany,
reaction and suppression were in
full sway There was strict cen-
sorship of the press, public meet-
ings, the schools and universities
Any rebellion against existing
authority was quickly suppressed
Nevertheless, a liberal move
ment did emerge, nurtured in the
universities by young intellect-
uals This liberal movement was
manifested by the unsuccessful
revolutions of 1830 and 1848. As
a result of the severe repression
following these two revolutionary
attempts, the Initcd States re-
ceived a large number of German
immigrants who were men of ed-
ucation, substance and social
standing men like Carl Schurz,
the Statesman and reformer, and
Francis Leiber. who was a dis-
tinguished political philosopher
and one of the founders of the
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teenth century, immigration to
America underwent a significant
change. For the first time the
major sources of settlers became
southern and eastern Europe rath-
er than northern Europe and the
British Isles. Large numbers of
Italians. Russian.- and Poles came
to this country and their comin-
created new problems and gave
rise to new tensions.
For these people the language
barrier was even greater than it
had been for earlier groups and
the disparity between the world
they had left behind and the one
to which they came was greater,
JOHN f. KlNNtDY
The Jewish Floruliiin here offers
the fourth in j teries from "A Na-
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md "Wh> England Slept-' (1940)
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too. For the most part, these were
People of the land and, for the
most part, too, they were forced
tosettle in the cities when they
reawtod -America Indeed, in the
1930 census. New York City had
more people of Italian birth or
parental than did Rome, Italy.
Most large cities had well defined
Little Italys." or "Little Po-
lands" by 1910, and walking
through them one might well im-
agine himself in Italy or Poland.
The history of cities shows that
when conditions become over-
crowded, when people arc poor,
and when living conditions are
bad, tensions run high and crime
nourishes. This is a situation that
feeds on itself poverty and
crime in one group breed fear
and hostility in others and this,
in turn, impedes the acceptance
and progress of the first group,
thus perpetuating its depressed
condition. This was the dismal
situation that faced many of the
southern and eastern European
immigrants just as it had faced
some of the earlier waves of im
migrants. Indeed, one New York
newspaper had these intemperate
words for the newly arrived Ital-
ians: "The floodgates are open.
The bars are down. The sally
ports are unguarded. The dam is
washed away. The sewer is choked
. the scum of immigration is
viscerating upon our shores. The
horde of $9.60 steerage slime is
being siphoned upon us from Con-
tinental mud tanks."
As it had been with their pred-
ecessors, the struggle to establish
themselves in the New World was
a hard one for the newcomers
from southern and eastern Eur-
ope. Indeed, for many, the strug-
gle continues to this day. Fear,
bigotry, hatred these do not
die easily and since they are not
based on fact and logic, they do
not yield to the evidence of fact
and logic. The history of new
peoples in America shows clearly,
however, that given time and op-
portunity, virtually every group
has found its way up the econom-
ic and social ladder if not the
original settlers then their chil-
dren or grandchildren There is
no reason to believe that this pro-
cess has ended now.
In sum. then, we can see that
as each new wave of immigration
has reached America it has been
laced with problems not only
the problems ihat come with mak-
ing new homes and learning new
jobs bui, more important, the
problems of getting along with
people of different backgrounds
and habits.
Each new group was met by
the groups already in America
and adjustment was often diffi-
cult and painful. The early Eng-
lish settlers had to find wavs to
get along with the Indians; the
Irish who followed were met by
these "yankees"; German Immi-
grants faced both Yankee and
Irish; and so it has gone down
to the latest group of Hungarian
refugees. Somehow, the difficult
adjustments are made and people
Bel down to the tasks of earning
a living, raising a family, living
with your new neighbors and in
the process, building a nation.
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' hmis* fhridiar
Friday. December 23
. I960
Independent Fund-Raising to Make Way for CJA
Jewish Leaders Call
Moratorium on Drives;
Reaffirm CJA Primacy
Miami Jewish leaders have
independent fund raising which
rr.ay jeopardize the success of the
1961 Combined Jewish Appeal."
The CJA policy committee,
headed by Samuel N Fnedland.
15 credited with the preparation
of a resolution which places the
needs of this community, as rep
resented by the CJA. solidly at the
top of any list of priorities.
We cannot permit the divers-
ion of our resources to indepen-
dent campaigns." the resolution
ttates.
Ratification of the major policy
statement was given by the Fed-
eration's executive committee in
late October
Federation president Sam J.
Heiman this week called the reso-
lution "a landmark in the develop-
ment of our Jewish community,
and a major step toward the solu-
tion of this perplexing problem."
He commended the vision and de-
termination of the 25-member
CJA policy committee whom he
had appointed m the summer of
tarn
"It is my hope that the total
Jewish community will be united
ic support of this year's highly
critical campaign.' said Joseph
U Upton, general CJA campaign
chairman. "All elements of our
Jewish population must be welded
into a single force for the greatest
human good. The resolution
speaks out for absolute and max-
imum support of CJA above
everything else."
Lipton. who has warned Mi-
amians previously that another
"business-as-usuaT* CJA drive
might prove harmful to Miami -
welfare programs, hailed the CJA
policy committees action a a
reaffirmatiun of the basic prin-
ciple of Federated campaigns."
The 45 signatories of the reso-
lution have agreed "not to lend
our name or support to any such
(independent) campaign." and
urged their fellow citizens to join
them in their resolution.
Stanley C. Myers. Max Orovitz.
Joseph Rose. John Serbin. Jacob
Sher. William D Singer. Harry
Sirkin Harold Thurman. Carl
Weinkle and Julian Weinkle.
According to Heiman. the CJA
policy committee will, in the fu-
ture, establish all major policy
aflecting the annual CJA cam-
paign It will also make all major
policy relating to other fund-rais-
ing campaigns, including capital
funds campaigns, undertaken by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration
The committee will be respon-
sibte for evaluating and approving
the financial needs of both the an-
nual CJA campaign and the long-
range (5-to-10 years! program of
community development, and will
recommend to the executive com-
mittee of Federation any meas-
ures which, in the judgment of the
policy committee. wiD affect fund
raising campaigns conducted by
the Federation.
Among additional, communal
leaders who signed the Federation
policy statement were Sidney An
sin. Sidney Aroooyiiz, David P.
C'atsman. Leo A'. Chafkin Judge
Irving Cype*. Lea Eisenstein,
Martin Fine. Jack D. Gordon.
Leon Kaplan. Cal Koven*. Aaron
Kraviu. J. Gerald Lewis. David
Phillips, Leo Robinson. Arnold
Seeder. Fred K. Sbocbet. Isidore
B. Sirakowitr. Emanuel Smith.
Cart Strsskind. Tohn Temple and
Leonard A Wien.
SAMUll N. ftlfOLAHD
IMPACT ON CITY
What Do Multiple Appeals Mean?
The phrase "multiple appeals' refers la )
several fund-raising drives which are often
conducted simultaneously, in conflict with one
another, appealing to substantially the; i.a/ppi;^
group of contributors.
Obviously, such independent campaigns ^
are considered a problem for a number of
reasons. r #
# First, they drain funds and manpower,
calling upon volunteers to serve in on*
campaign after another, and requesting
numerous separate contributions from lo-
cal residents.
Secondly, they divert leadership.
Third, these drives result in reduced gifts
to the central CJA campaign, which hurt*
the local and non-local beneficice who
depend on CJA for support.
Fourth, rhey represent a shift away from }
the idea of the central agency. CJA. then,
becomes one campaign (rather than 57-irv '
>) and thus is equated with any other
single campaign.
fifth, they have a nuisance effect
Sixth, many independent appeals look to
Miami as a fund-raising potential ojt of
proportion with their achievements else-
where, and their full-scale ca^pagn
functions lead to unneoaseexy costs, extra
demands on lay leaders, and in public I
confusion.
Seventh, these independent appeals are :
concentrated into a four or five-^onth -
period, and each one competes to enlist
the support of the seine group of com- |
munity leaders.

A Community Divided Against Itself Philanthropically
Will Also Lose Completely Its Centrality of Purpose
All valid Jewish appeals which
deserve the support of the total
Jewish community of Miami be-
long in the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, the resolution states, except
where there is mutual agreement
that an organization should con-
duct its own campaign indepen-
dently.
"In so doing, we are determined
to protect the fundamental prin-
cipal of the primacy of CJA as
the central fund-raising instru-
ment of the Jewish community."
The resolution further states:
"Since the total community is con-
cerned that there be no conflict
with the Federation campaign by
any independent appeal, we be-
lieve that, as normal procedure,
it is in the interest of a healthy
Jewish community that all inde-
pendent campaigns should seek
prior approval from the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation."
Members of chairman Fried-
land's policy committee, which
was responsible for working out
the details of the important multi-
ple appeals manifesto and for con
ducting the series of meetings
which preceded it. are Leonard
Abess. Sam Blank. Dr. Morris
Goodman. A. J. Harris. Sam J.
Heiman. Ernest Janis. Howard
Kane. Aaron M. Kanner. Jay I.
Kislak Sidney Lefcourt. Sam C.
Levenson. Joseph M. Lipton, A. J.
Molasky. Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
How have conflicting fund rais-
ing appeals hit the Jewish resi-
dent of Greater Miami? What is
the effect of multiple campaigns
on the Combined Jewish Appeal in
terms of money and manpower''
What controls should be consid-
ered for the mutual benefit of the
total community and the various
agencies both in and out of the
Combined Jewish Appeal' What
do other communities do?
Some answers to these ques-
tions might emerge from a study
of Miami itself, its growth in
terms of population, the develop
ment of a Jewish community, and
the necessity of financing its wel-
fare services.
Since 1938. Miami's Jewish lead-
ers have been acutely aware of
the multiple appeals problem In
fact, it was for this specific rea-
son that the now historic founders'
meeting was held at the home of
Sam Blank in that year. In those
times, the community was beset
by so many fund-raising programs
that the average individual found
it difficult to determine which was
worthy, and which was not. In
some cases, questionable "collec-
tors" appeared, representing com-
pletely unknown organizations
from other cities. Businessmen
were harassed Inadequate sums
were raised for Miami's own
causes.
At this point, it was decided to
take action, and the small hand-
ful of people met to establish
what has been since called by
Stanley C. Myers, founder presi-
dent, "the Federation ideal."
The Proper Instrument
This Federation ideal simply
was "the principle of establishing
a central fund and conducting one
campaign so that all can benefit
equitably." Based on this premise,
the local leaders founded the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
a> the proper instrument to con-
duct such a single, all-inclusive
fund-drive each year and raise
adequate funds for the variety of
human services.
Any historical perspective of the
development of multiple appeals
in Greater Miami must include a
scrutiny not only of the early
years of Federation, but the war
>ears. and especially 194. n
has been the consensus of several
local welfare leaders that 1944
marked a starting point in the
whittling away of "the Federation
ideal." This was the year after
the war. A multitude of capital
fund campaigns sprang up as a
result of the impact of the war
years, when funds (or religious
and charitable organizations were
frozen, and capital improvements
had not been made since 1935.
Another factor was the injection
of the new Israeli appeals, which
were the result of the climate at
that time, and the valid needs
in Israel. Added to these, was the
continued and ever increasing-
pressures by national agencies be-
cause of their valid demands from
the local community. A further
complication was Miami's mabil-
ity to provide these national or-
ganizations with more money for
their programs.
Cammitte* Functions
The multiple appeals commit-
tee of the Greater Miami Jewish
federation was, meanwhile
making a continuing effort to in-
form all fund-raising groups of
these facts, and urging them to
confine their activities outside the
campaign period df the Combined
Jewish Appeal. A year 'round
standing committee of Federation,
the Multiple Appeal! group met
whenever emergencies arose, at
any time its counsel was required.
Members spent many long hours
in consultation, analysis, and ne-
gotiation with numerous organiza-
tions and institutions, based in all
parts of the United States, but
desirous of conducting their fund
drives in Miami.
Miami leaders realized they
were being literally overrun with
these drives. They appealed to
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds for advice. Ap-
parently, this problem was throttl-
ing the growth of many other Jew-
ish communities, as well. It was
considered of such national impor-
tance that, at the CJFWF General
Assembly in Cincinnati. O. in
1949, a resolution was voted on
the subject of "Multiplicity of
Campaigns."
Fadaratisst Primacy
This statement helped to estab-
lish a formula for such growing
communities as Miami |n paN
this resolution states:
"The growing multiplicity of
campaigns constitutes a serious
threat to the capacity of th.
American Jewish community to
meet the tremendous needs lo-
cal national and overseas for
*"** t has responsibility More
fundamentally, i, harmiu| ^
cal. ceniral Jewish communitv or
ganuation upon which continuing
successful fund-raising. not^-lv
0 bar. m the year, .he?/
must depend. "'
This problem ran only be met
aaftS5r*&3
The public pronounce ment is-
sued today represents a posHht
departure from previous declar-
ations made by groups and com-
munities. Forty-five of Miami'i
most influential Jewish leaden
have personally endorsed This res-
olution, thereby pled-in io co-
operate in the eontroliine nl mul-
tiple appeals. The mov as a
logical outgrowth of the chain *
events which preceded it since
1950
Individual signing of th.- resolu-
tion, it was felt, would h. a more
effectite method .than the vague
statements normally issued by or-
ganizations, in which responsibil-
ity is diffused.
It is hardly conceivable that
any independent fund-drives could
or would be undertaken without
the support of these mdi\ iduals.
In reaching it* maturity as
Jewish community. Miami has the
dual responsibility of (1 e*a-
ating their needs and panning
how to meet them and '2 raising
the necessary funds to keep up
with its growth
la 22 years, this proce- of g*
ng forward has been implemen-
ted and guided by Federation The
way has not always been -
and free of road blocks Its lead-
ers and thousands of people *>
make up the Federation famM
have the strong desire to brut*
their community up into the circle
of major U.S. cities, when it has
a right to be.
They are confident it n *
done through unity, faith, giving.
and hard work. The 60 i must
he the era of fulfillment for
Miami.


iday. Decembw 23. 1960
?Jeistrhridnati
A Statement of Major Import
ance
To Miami Jewry...
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>>r-

^deL^e th g "< I thC ba$iC PrinCip,C that aH Valld Jewish aP^,s *
b^J I iT" thC ,0tal JeWi$h commu"y ot Miami belong in the Com-
I J f PPC eX"Pt WhCre therC i$ mutual a^ent that an organization
should conduct ,ts own campaign independently. In so doing we are determined to
protect the fundamental principle of the primacy of CJA a$ the central fund raising
instrument of the Jewish community.
>ince the total eomihuriity is concerned that there be no conflict with the Federation
campaign by any independent appeal, we believe that as normal procedure it is in
the interest of a healthy Jewish community that all independent campaigns should
. seek prior approval from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
^n 1961 particularly, a year of crisis and decision for our own Jewish community
we must place the needs of our community at the top of any list of priorities, and we
ere determined to maximize our support of the 1961 CJA. We cannot permit the
diversion of pur resources to independent campaigns.
JHlE, THE UNDERSIGNED, CALL FOR A MORATORIUM ON ALL INDEPEN-
DENT CAMPAIGNS WHICH IN THE JUDGMENT OF THE CJA POLICY
COMMITTEE OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION MAY JEOP-
ARDIZE THE SUCCESS OF THE 1961 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL. WE
THEREFORE RESOLVE NOT TO LEND OUR NAME OR SUPPORT TO ANY
SUCH CAMPAIGN, AND WE URGE OUR FELLOW CITIZENS TO JOIN US
IN THIS RESOLUTION.



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? Jen iitncridiar
Jacob MindHn, 66, Dies;
Jewish Community Leader
Jacob Mindlin, 2231 SW 25th st., died .Monday morning in a local
hospital following a heart attack he sustained a week before. He wts
66 years of age. Mr. Mindlin was born in Shkjov, Russia, on Feb. 24,
1894, the home town of world-famous Hebrew poet and novelist Caiman
Shneour.
Friday. pecembei 23 \<$&
I960
He arrived in
the United States
around 1912. and
became involved
in the fur dress-
ing business, an
was a participant in the founding
cf An she Ernes Congregation
here, repeatedly refuting an offi-
cership.
Germany. At a
JACOB MINDLIN ,w > "'!>
he was proclaim
ed lor his Incredible Hebrew
scholarship.
In 1958. his son, Saul, died at the
age of 3S following a lengthy ill
nest His < occupation his Truman appointee to the National
father before him Commission on the Health Needs
pursued in Rus-, of the Nation.
lla, Poland and ,
In Saul a memory, he and his
wife, Fannie IfiitdUn, endowed the
Saul Mindlin Contemplation ROOOO
m the new lit. Sinai Hospital with
:i founder's fjift.
In New York, he rapidly be-
came identified with Jewish edu-
cational affairs, and was'a foun-
der and officer of Beth El Congre-
9at'cn there. He was also active
in the programs of the Yeshiva of
Benscnhurst in Brooklyn, which
both of his sons attended.
Mr Mindlin was a long-time
friend and confidant of the legen-
dary luminaries oi the Yiddish \.
and literature. The late tfau-
in. Schwartz Joseph Buloff and
man> Uteri were frequent visitor!
In addition to his wife, he is sur-
vived by ton, Leo liindlin, execu-
tive editor oi The Jewish Ploridian;
daughter-in-law. Hilary, and crand-
00 Jeremy, 3.
Services were conducted al Got-
don Funeral Home, with interment
in the .Mindlin family plot at Ml.
Nelio Cemetery Rabbis Alexander
and Jonah Caplan officiated.
Jerome S. Merlin will be in-
stalled as worshipful master
at the installation oi officers
of Hibiscus Lodge to be held
Tuesday evening at 955 Al-
ton rd. Serving with Merlin
will be Louis Gillman, senior
warden; Moie L. Tendrich,
junior warden; Nathaniel G.
Kirsch, treasurer; and Dr. Mur-
ray Smith, secretary.
Events to Fete Pinski Folk School
David Pinski Folk School will Sheridan ave on Tuesday, and a
(0 hi. home. ..- a consequence oi have an Ones Shabbat at the home New Year's party on Saturday at
Ui personal support oi their dra-
matic activities.
Al.-o numbered among his inti
mate friends were the Yiddish song
writers Myerowiti and Solomon
Qolub. Hi knew the world-renown-
i Shmaryahu Levine well, and
had a- a frequenl visitor the greet
r. estine advocate Jack Rudensky.
Mr. Mindlin retired and came
to Miami with his wife in 1950.
Since that time, he had been
active in real estate circles. He
of Mr and Mrs. Ben Yomen. 1800 the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max B.
Michigan ave.. Friday evening. Aster, 2380 SW 26 st.
Children of the choral group will
-.i | and recite in Yiddish and He-
brew
Other celebrations for the school
include a luncheon at the home of
Air. and Mrs. M C h o m 11 z, 4458
Goodwill Stores
Need Clothing
The amount of repaired and re-
novated clothing being sold in Good-
will Stores is fast being depleted
m the plant which provides jobs
for physically handicapped people.
Id order for Goodwill, a non-
profit organization, to keep these
Author of Library
Theodore Pratt, author of 27
books. !2 with Florida backgrounds,
wBl appear at the Miami Public People at work, contribution- oi
LJbrar) on Thursday, Jan. 5 at clothing are needed now. Goodwill
8 30 p.m. lie will speak on. the tan use men's, women's and chil-
Making of a Movie" in conjunc- dren's clothing,
tion with the showing of the film Goodwill will pick up your cloth-
' The Barefoot Mailman,'' which '" they mean wages to persons
was made trom novel of the same v.ho are handicapped,
name -----------------
Cardiac Tag Day
South Dade Chapter National
Children's Cardiac Hospital is hav-
ing a c-ountywide Tag Day Satur-
day .Ian. 7 The chapter, just four
months old. is interested in recruit-
ing women who will read to the
children, sew, do arts and crafts
and be substitute mothers.
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Memorial Plaques in the Chapel of
Klagler-G-ranada Jewish Commit-
Terence George Campbell. Stan-
lej Gould, A. c. Fessenden, Mrs.
David i; Berry, Charles Ooldfiot,
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Menorah 39'ers. newly formed
group of unattached men and wom-
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day, 7:00 p.m. in the new social
hall of Temple Menorah.
mu-
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Friday. Dt>cnbejr 23. 1960
Israel Airline Opens Beach Office
El Al l-rael Airlines opened one
0f its largest American branch of
[ices with a reception and trarii
ren,ral headquarter, for 5a|es fM
-"' an area encompass.,* ,hp s.ate" ^fA^-kOll^ States and Is
da> afternoon tor M.am, Beach of Ala.:ama. fiTH ^ iS Su?."l "f ^ "dvn* fi
ficial--. civic headers, and travel ana. n ana LouiM- intercontinental jes initiallv iot
-ents. The Southern District office Opening of the offir. ,. m "ight wi" leave New York\ Inter
focated at 1602 Washington ave uh an announce,,'h Hu SSf ST" *
Mtami Beach, and w.ll be the rael, airllne wlll JJ Je Is. H esen p|ans call for thjs ^J
S the phito be stepped up to six flights
eaefc week by the beginning of
summer These will be in .edition
to El Al s jet-prop Britannia flights
is anticipated that a suh-tantia
It
Dr. Irving Lehrman affixing a mazuza to doorpost of the new El
Al office. Ila Hcrrel. Israeli stewardess, and Leo Gardner, man-
ager of the Miami Beach office, look on. Pictured below, Gard-
ner and Miss Harel witness Rabbi Leon Kronish lighting
Chanuka candles during ceremony of the opening of the
opening of the office last Thursday.
Proportion of the bookings for the
new jet ffighs wm riglnate wllh
'he new Miami Bcacn office
Captain Leo Gardner, wartime
Air hcr0 and former operations of-
licer for El Al. has been appointed
Southern District Manager in
charge of the Miami Beach office
The opening reception was at-
tended by Mr Dror Galezer, El
Al's manager for the Americas;
Mr. Dov Adiv. general sales man
Of El Al; Mr. J. Peter Bruns-
Wick, director of public relations.
Miss Ila Harel of Israel, who was
Chosen the first "Miss International
Stewardess" in the contest held in
Miami Beach in 1958. acted as hos-
tess. The Government of Israel was
represented by Mr. Itosche Lea-
hem. Consul General of Israel for
the Southern Region of the U.S.
The official opening was preced-
ed by the traditional ceremony of
affixing to the door a Mazuza. per-
formed by Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
El.
Since the opening occurred dur-
ing the festival of Chanuka. the
candle lighting ceremony was per-
formed by Rabbi Leon Kronish of
Temple Beth Sholom.
D. Lee Powell, Mayor of Miami
Beach, presented the Key to the
City to Captain Gardner.
Judge Malvin Englander acted
as master of ceremonies.
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United Fund
Makes Last
Minute Appeal
The United Fund campaign to
raise $3,225,445 for the support of
400 health and welfare services for
all Dadc Countians has ended
Campaign chairman Arthur Guck-
er reported that the goal was not
reached, and that the 54 agencies
of United Fund face drastic cut-
backs.
"Although the official campaign
is over," Gucker said. "It is still
not too late for Dade countians to
live up to their community respon-
sibilities.
"In the spirit of the season, those
residents of Dade county who have
not given can put their contribu-
tions in an envelope and mail it to
the United Fund. Miami. Florida.
Gucker said.
It is not just the one drive that
is at stake here." he said, "but the
future of many agencies that ren-
der vital services, guidance serv-
ices for our youth, rehabilitation
for the blind, for the handicapped,
a ray of hope for those in need.
Their Voices Recorded
Sunshine Chapter of Bna. Bnth
Women met Tuesday at First Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assnf Mem-
bers heard a recording of their
voices in a program. Is Your Voice
Really You-" In charge of infor-
mation were Mrs H. Miller and
Mrv Allen Abrams.
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Your a A Leaders: 1960-61
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
MARTIN FINE: No. 20 in a Series.
Martin Fine, chairman of
the CJA Attorneys' Division.
exemplifies 'he brand-of dy-
namic young leadership rap-
idly making their mark in
community work
His division recently
brought out their biggest at-
tendance in history at a law
\eis' fund raising function,
and produced the highest lev-
els of giving of those present
Fine lias a profound know-
ledge "i Miami's welfare pic-
ture which reflects his per-
sonal concern tor people and
their future. He has often
spoken up publicly in behalf
of the aged, appearing In
Washington bj special ap-
pointment before Sen. John
Sparkman'a sub committee
on housing
The Senior Citizen's Divis-
ion of the Welfare Planning
Council named Fine chairman
of their COmmlttM on hous-
ing.
He is a member of Federa-
tion's executive commutee
and board of governors, a
board member ol the Jewish
Home for the Aged, and vice
chairman of the board of
commissioners on the Miami
Housing Authority.
Gem ral chairm in Joseph
M Upton -aid, " i all the more promising be-
of the supearb quality
of the lea lefship cot li-
the tare young Jew -Ii men
who have accepted the re-
sponsibility, and who are
can) ing u forwaard with un-
nding, with commit-
ment, and wilh distinction."
The dedicated chairman of
the Attorneys' Wvisioo has
infused the 1961 Combined
Jewish Appeal and those
who work at his side with
Simon Addresses
MIT Group on
Florida Realty j
George A. Simon, president of,
the Miami Board of Realtors ad-
dressed "a student group of thei
\l.,-sachusetts In-titute of Techno-'
logv and Harvard University at
the Oardner Auditorium at the
State House in Boston. Mats. De-
cember 16th. Simon is a member.
of the Florida Assn. of Realtors'
governing Council, has traveled
extensively as a lecturer through-
out the State of Florida in conduct
ing education caravans for the real
i state profession and is a recog-
nized authority Wl the development
ol acreage syndication in his state.
Noted for the development of land
investment Irusls. Simon, in h i s
address, rev4ewW bask economic
patterns which, for the past de-
cade, have marked Florida's me-
teoric growth.
MARTIN FINl
much of his youthful vigor
and drive.
'Secret Pols' Revealed
Secret Pals" will be revealed
when Sunshine Rebekah Lodge
meets Tuesday evening in the
Workmen's Circle, 25 Washington
ave.


THE OFFICERS, SISTERHOOD AND MEMBERS
of
CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
Wish to Express Their Deep Sympathy
to the Family of their late Brolhear

Jacob Mindlin
} on their bereavement.
a n.
President
Bureau of Jewish Education Announces
Winter Vacation Dates for Schools
Jewish schools of Greater Miami
will close from Dec. 22 to Jan 2.
according to M. A. Baskin, presi-
dent of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation.
Afternoon schools will be open
from Dec. 22 to Dec. 29 for rented
ial and accelerated work and spe-
cial programs. Sunday school will
be closed for one session during
the winter vacation, but kinder
garten and nursery school will not
observe the winter vacation schod
ule. All schools will resume Tues
lay, -Ian. 3.
The Bureau will hold a special
program for all directors of Jew-
ish schools and teachers on Fri-
day. Dec. 23 10 a.m.. at Temple
Israel:New film* will be reviewed
including one in Hebrew. Film
strips will be evaluated aoji records
and other audio material will be
placed on 'display.
Chanvka Card Patty
Congregation Beth El Sistcrho i
annual Chanuka and cud part)
took place la-t week in Dora
-t Memorial Hall. Mr- Jack
Shapiro i- president.
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MEMORIAL CONSULTANTS
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Ami i.Mr or thi smond monument co.
personalized service of the
blackstone flower shops
where you get more for
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24-hour service excepf rosh hashono and yon, kippur
Babok Unveiling
The> dedication of a moni
lo VIS memory of the Ute
MOttlS RABOK
leill tak' pUicr
Sunday, December 25th
at Mt. Nek* Cemetery
at I Z \footi H'ltli
Rabbi Dr Jsaui Hi tier
officiating
Mr Etabok i- mi i
wife, Dim, and ti < i Uren.
FnrtiJt an,! rVciative. are
oil^ed to a-
To Live in Heart? We Letvt
Behind 1 to Live Forever)
MEMORIALS
"Aliomi'j Only
iewisfc
Monument
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Scheduled Unveilings
SUNDAY, DIC. 25th, 1960
Mt. Sinmi Memorial Pork'
Cemetery
CAM. NADU, 2 p.m.
Rabbi Joseph" E Rjj "
SAMUEL tOTFAK, ]:30 p
Kjbbi Murr..
Aft. Web*. Cemetery
MONDAY, DEC 26th. 19M
MOSES NUTTER, 1 p.*.
CjllIOT /*li>'Tjtr,l" Sr
TUESDAY, Qp-C. 77th, 1H0';
DR. OSCAR MAY, 2 p.m.
Can tor S. Her fog* 'lit'
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iday, December 23, I960
+Je*isti fhrldian
TALES OF MORALS
Rabbi ]ov hen "Halafta was once
c (l-eelj ptftrlmejn woman. She chal-
levied the rabbi by questioning
. fairness. "How can you uv
thai the God of Israel U fair u hen
he has obt'iotulv discriminated
., iiimI the foolish by giving witdom
mi's to the wise?"
The Jewish sane replied by asking
j question. "Tell nif," he queried,
i| j rich man and a poor man were
i,, implore you for a loan, who
u'ntild you rather extend the loan
The patrician lady readilv replied.
T> the rich man. of course. For
e: en if the rich man's business ven-
,i. t u'a.s to fail, he has other hold-
and I could easily collect the
But, u'lth the poor man.
irinuld his business venture fail. I
.! have no hope of reclaiming
1.U 'hare just explained u'h\
: tranced wisdom to the u-ise
irnied the same to the foolish,"
nnded the sage.
MORAL: Even wisdom can be
u'l.lered. For what is wisdom
: 'he employment of one\ rxprr:-
ri in common sense' The fool
uij not be able to recognise u*is-
i eten 1/ granted him.
Kjiecrtw C-rOMt-erarioM
o?*0 '&k# rtft n$
T# t'f^ M >rfrv -riB-
d;tt?i rjtfti? w^n nia*7
sn *?3 ironn can
Das'? row on .ntaD1?
t : 1 v t \ 1
..row ibk irtoa*? .o-sm
T V T T : T I
d> trlr- .-rna pcair
jnn .hdt^ ?? pto nan
.-rnai ft* pirn m -rxtfn
to f? n'jronri it nirt?
313 .o-oro* ^l?? ^
lift nriK rta* niaipan
^aan-naate .mVra onix
; I ~ 1*1 T
iV?iaj ? ibif? iTpon
.D-a-iK -jdd rnxn
.MNSUTfON -
v9h 9L.73r/m O/JWfi
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'VICC
J hi s We e&enJ
mu.t bL in ThTn -duded in the Religious Services column
S^v^ R^m 0! TheJ^^oridian noT later
leaseeSi'vtrIrfE .!. 9 ,he WCek f Publi'in- All re-
the r lateness "*' ^ "me Wi" re,urned P'< <
The Border Police
It was a quiet night, the sky was
ill of stars. Suddenly two shots
re heard. Again quiet. Two fig-
res passed by in the dark, rifles
hand ready at any moment for
tion. They stopped for a number
econds. Finally one said: "The
ifiltrator has got away Look here!
[ere is a sack on the ground. He
left his sack and run away."
This conversation took place he-
ron two members of the border
ilce. Israel's borders are long,
most places they can be crossed
i> It is the task of the border
lice to guard the borders of the
uv.try against enemies.
This page is prepared in CO-
deration with the Spiritual Lead'
ri of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
cal Assn.
Rabbi David Henon
Coordinator
CONTRIBUTOR!
Rabbi David Henoa
Tale* of Moral
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwita
Know Tour Heritage
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Gems of Wisdom
AOUDATH IBHAEL. 71 Carlyls m
Orthodox. Rabbi la," Ever
Ktttol 5 IS ,..,. Batardai I 10 am
Neil,,,,,: -The BltaU ., IM,,-.,,-
*??!. E.ME^~ SwTsw iMh .v..
P..n:,or.Vnl,,V,_M""" '"-- -.
BETH DAVID 243*"sw 3rd ave. Con-
servative Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
iVi.i..y l:ifi ,..,. Coue*< youth home-
coming services Hermonettea: .-I,
' Hop* for ..... JewlHli youth?-
'.'; V" "'""' "' K.......n, Struhanlt
^datone, Ronald Shapo and Kenneth
'"'''",' Baturdaj B m Bar Mils-
van Michael, ion <.r Mr, and \ii- \
man Kahn. .lav. .,, ,,, .\|r ,,,, x,ls
Brni al Neufi Id
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcn Schiff.
Friday :,.i:, and I I.....n Sermon:
"Th.- Tear 2,......." Saturday I a.m.
Bai MlUvah: >-i, phen, son ol air and
lira, Barnard I'i.,t kin.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd avt.
Coniervative Rabbi David W. Her-
on. Cantor Hyman Fein.
Friday 1:11 p.m. Sermon: "The Matrl-
arrh of Nra*-).'" <'i,mmeiii 100th anniversary of birthday of Hen-
rietta Saold, founder of Hadaaaah. Sat-
urday < a in liar Mitavah: Robert, son
Of Mr. and Mm Joseph Slobodin.
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava. Or-
thodox Rabbi H. Louii Rottman.
F'riday 1:18 p.m. Saturday K:4."> a.m.
Sermon: "Secret of Forgiveness."
BETH JACOB. S01-311 Waihington
ave. Orthodox. RabW Tlbor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchaa.
Friday 0:30 p.m. Satunlay s:30 a.m.
Sermon: "How io Ki-counlae a Bro-
ther."
BETH KODESH, 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
F'riday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "PnycholoR->
Rerouted to Religion." Satuidaj 7 a.m
BETH TriLAH. tSS Euclid ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joeeph E. Rackovaky
BETH TORAH. 164th at. and NE 11th
ave. Conaarvative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
PrWay i:li and 8:15 p.m. Baa Mltx-
vah: Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbeit Lelfman. Saturdjiy 8:45 a.m.
Itar Mluvah: Sheldon, son of Mr. and
Mra. David Hens.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW Srd ava.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 40B
1tth st. Orthodox. Rabbi Jacob Salra.
CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER.
S75B SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
Frtriav 8:30 p.m. S. rmon : "Iiuit With-
in Innocence." nneg ShaMmt In hon-
or of Steven, son o-
han Irving, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
cus Stem. Saturday a .in liar Miti-
vah: Steven Dohan, Kiddush in his
honor, 3 p.m. Bar Mitxvah: Irving
Stern.
DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1401 NW
183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Zuckar. Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
F*ildav v:to ]> m. Sermon: "We Have
a Tree of Life. Satunlay S a.m. Ser-
mon: 'Its the Approach that ounts
Bar Mitavah: KUhard. son ol Mi and
Mrs. 1-arry I'rlta e.
?LAOLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51at
pi Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shotsr. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 5 and 1:15 p m, Sermon: The
| Symbols of Our People." Saturday 8:30
! a.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
tar Conserv.tiva. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 5:30 and 1:11 p -' "'"
Trv Poing it Yourself." Onea fhab-
bit boeu Hi and Mn ron Stee*
, h....-.r oi son, Ralph. ""
Bar Mitavah during Saturdaj -
V a.m.___
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 EuclidI ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
mon: "When Brothel M. >- ^""ir ,
itar Mitavah- Joel, ........' yu "' J
Mrs :" '-
.Mr and tfM. Jfitoii_Oraj.....
MIAMI HEBREW* CONGREGATION.
110? SW 12th ave. Trad.t.onal. Can-
tor Ben Grossberg.
.iitmwuFRT~CENTER. 43S SW Sth
8OrtJTHC0n..Tv..va. B*fbi M.une.
rrSd^P":
JSfffSSB --^
Saturday 830 ajn_^___
Friday 8 ,..m,. ^;!*ha 'i-:
,t Saturday servl.es 9aJ-
TMPLE ",6Th'W. MM N. <""
del Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert
Jr.-um0"d.Cnlor Ch.Ha,tf",
A R.bl.1. n IToi.h '-r "Y.ar Mlta-
tjff"r-te .,--M,s..e-
man FVIdman
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreiber.
Saturday : a.m. I'.ai Milavah: Itonald
son of Mr, ,.nd .Mrs. I'hlllp Bameaa.
VOUNG ISRAEL CHand.cW
Prtdai :ll and 8:15 ii.in. Saturday
: a.m. .-.mi, ii "Approach in Qreat-
neaa.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chal.
ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kroniah
Cantor Davlo Conviser.
e
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Shel-
don Edwards. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes.
l-Yi.iy v is n.in. Saturday '.':::ii a.m.
Sermon "Book of Genesis," bj guest
Rabbi Hart) Law ence who will also
officiate ,.i Bai Mitavah of Marshall,
son or Mi and Mra, Han-) Fitter.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
Friday :!" p.m. Nathan I'erlmutler,
executive director ol Anti-Defamation
of B'nal B'lith will speak on "Anti-
SemitismA N'.w Insight." S.turday
I a in Sermon: "Weekly Portion/'
Bar Mitavah: David, son of .Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Frank. Uas Mitzvah:
Judy Helen.-, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Zall.s.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Canter Jacob Bornstaln.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "The F'or-
FYiday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "I960 In Ret-
i oapecfAmerica."
TEMPLE JUDE... 320 Palermo ava
Liberal. Rabbi Morns Skop. Canto'
Herman Gottlieb.
F'riday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Hebrew
Teachings In the New Testament." Ban
Mitavah: Cheryl, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Kronowltz who will Invoke
the candle blessing and host Oneg
Shabbat. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Se> in.,in Simon who will host Kiddush.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
F'riday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the l.aw." Bar
Mitzvah: Ricky, son of Mr. and Mra,
Max F'ogel; Charles, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alan Stratum.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. Both st. am
Tatum Waterway. Modern Trad).
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can
tor Samuel Oombero.
Krldav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tenth
Man." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mitz-
vah: Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Slid I.ill.
TEMPLE SINaT NO. MIAMI. IMOt
NE 19th avs. Reform. Rabbi Benm
M. Wallach.
Contemplates Christinas Saturday 11
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Joel, son of .Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Kirs.hliauni.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB, to.
Flamingo Way. Conssrvativs. Rabb
Lao Helm.
F'ridav *:1". p.m. Sermon: "I Am Your
BrotherAre You Mine?" Oneg Shab-
bat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ross-
nlck In honor of their wedding annl-
v.is.iry. Saturday 9 a.m. Officers of
ISV will participate in services. Kid-
dush will follow.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glanti.
Friday 3:30 p.m. Sermon: A < ongre-
tation Rejoices." oneg Shabbat hosts:
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. First la honor Of
forthcoming marriage of daughter,
Barbara, to Dr. William B. < ooper.
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "tiod Had
Planned It So."
TEMPLE ZIO~n7 5720 SW 17th st
Cunservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Friday 1:10 p.m. Barmon: Boldneaa
and timidity." Mr. and Mrs Jat*
li.iii.hman will host oneg Sln.l.b..'
and Kiddush in honor of son. Victor,
who wil..... Bar Mitzvah during Satin -
day aervices 1:30 a.m. 5 i> >>* Bar
Mitzvah: Victor, son of Mr. and Mra.
Milton Jasper who win boat Bhaioa
bhuddla.
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger.
PTiday v IS p.m Sermon^ J^*JJ
i;
rCeligious JL^ijc
Identification a Necessity
... As Did Joseph
By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Temple Menorah
In the Biblical portion for this
Sabbath we read the story of Jos-
eph meeting his brethren as he dis-
closes his true identity to them. The
Biblical account describes the dra-
matic shock they experience when
the 'Master of Egpyt" cries out to
them: "I am Joseph, your brother."
The shock was so great that "his
brethren could not answer him for
they were startled in his presence."
Of particular interest is Joseph's
selection of words as he makes
himself known to his brothers: "I
am Joseph, your brother," he says.
Then he immediately adds, "is my
father still alive?" Joseph was con-
cerned not only in identifying him-
self with his brothers who were
standing before him. but he was
equally interested in identifying
himself with his father. Bible com-
mentators insist that this phrase "is
my father still alive" was Joseph's
way of assuring his brothers that
he truly was Joseph, the son of Jacob, their father. In other words, what-
ever doubts they had about the truth of his statement that he was their
brother would be dispelled by his identifying himself with the father.
It is a simple and beautiful story. In its simplicity, however, it
teaches us a profound, moral lesson. The true test of being part of the
peoplehood of Israel is the ability to identify oneself with the glorious
past of Israel. There are many ways in which the Jew expresses his
Jewishness. The Bible lesson of the week in the story of Joseph teaches
us that the primary qualification of the Jew is identifying himself with
the past heritage of Judaism. As Joseph, so must we always ask our-
selves is the spirit of our father still alive in us?
The practical application of Joseph's story was made abundantly
clear to me when I was a chaplain in the U.S. Army stationed in Berlin.
Immediately following World War II there was a period of time when "it
paid" to be a Jew. Because of a preferential treatment given to Nazi
victims, being Jewish had its advantages: JDC packages, increased
UNWRA feeding, and special treatment in immigration quotas. We ex-
perienced very often people coming to the office merely stating "Ich
Bin Ein Jude," having partcipated in many of these activities in behalf
ol the refugees. At first we disbursed our aid and assistance merely by
such a simple declaration. But then it became evident to us that the
number of "Packeten Juden" was increasing. Upon investigation we
found many non-Jewish Germans upon our doorsteps posing as Jews m
the hope of receiving this aid. It was then decided to enter into a more
extensive interview before issuing aid. Invariably we found that the
Jew who identified himself "with my father Jacob" was veritably a Jew.
Of late we have read a great deal both here and in Israel of attempts
to describe and to define the term Jew. It would be good when so many
confusing statements are made to remember the story of Joseph. When
one wishes, as did Joseph, to identify himself with his brethren, he must
also seek identification with the great past of Jacob, our father.
RABBI MAYtK ABHAM0WIJI
... story of Joseph
Bat
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
,i Life." Bfcturdaj I a-m.
Mitavah Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs
Qurdon Wolfs, n. who will lest Kni-
duah,
Y0UN8 ISRAEL. WO NE jMtt j*
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber
F'riday .'. 1.". and l:M P i" salurday
10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave
T Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwita
Friday 1:1* p.m. 0 "v"^' i-""'-.
Schwa, -tsman. wecUttva d,r., tor of
Bureau ol Jawteh >*lu';';,,"n ,,,M, "'.
hers of Junior confT**attnn Win par
IchVte In service. Saturday 1:45 a.m.
Sermon: Weekly Portion.
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CANDUUGHJING TIMf
4 Tabet 5:20 p-m.
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By RABBI B. LEON HURWITZ
Why it the House of Rofhehild
known as the House of the Red
Shield?
Because the house in old Frank
fort occupied by the earliest mem-
ber of the Rothchild family had a
red sign. It was in this house that
Mayer Amschel Rothchild was born
in 1743. His father Amschel Moses
was a peddler. "Rothchild" soon
became the name for Red Shield.
or Red Sign.

Did Matthew Arnold refer to Hein-
rich Heine a$ rho "wrdonic
aanllff" of hi* age?
Yes. Heine was regarded by
many of his contemporaries as the
wittiest man in Europe. Heine was
also called by many "the heart of
Germany."
*
Kindly give u* a brief word about
the philanthropies of Nathan
Straus.
Nathan was born in Bavaria m
1848 and was brought to America
at the age of six.
He became a partner of K.
Macy and Company and of Abra-
ham and Straus, and because of
his great generosity became known
as the "Great Giver." Incidentally,
word Nathan in Hebrew means "to
give in the panic of 1893. he set
up stores for distributing bread,
coal and groceries to the poor On
one occasion, he sold his yacht, so
that he could send money for the
war orphans in Palestine. The
Straus' were particularly known
for their promoting the idea of
pasteurized milk for babies.
GEMS OF WISDOM
Our Jewish Bible has implanted
itse'.f m the table-fal* ""J household
life of ererv man and woman in the
European and American lUliOM,
- EMERSON.

Throughout the historv of the ;
Wttttrn world, the Scriptures
- have been the Rreatetl instigator* of ^
re: fit against the worst forms of
Jencal and political despotism.
IILXLEY.
*
The earlv Hebrews, had created |
the Bible out of their lives, their
descendants created their lues out |
o/ the B.ble. sachar. I

From century to century, even |
HUM this day. through the fairest
r regions of civilization, the Bible ,
doatiMiei ex.stence. Its vision of I
1,/e molds states and societies. Its |
I Psalms are more popular in every |
country than the poems 0/ the na- 3
turn's own poets. Besides this one I
bool; with its in/mite editions |
Ball other literatures seem trifles as I
|fll,.. -ZANGW1LL. I
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Foaw **-A
Friday. December 22
I960
Oversets
my aiAHU SAlFfTEX
Another Change-Over Takes Place in Israel Chief of Staff
*me CHIEF O*5 Vaff
---> *j
" yah* as Una
mr ef Uk State ** aa* a
a** uhere here km fire Charts wf
I and the smh tut jest bee* atv
The fir Case* *
Arm; fang Gee Yaaba* Dm .aha
the Mew* Firm Eer
h.gb*- rank as (he Israel Army hat* *B
* IsraH
a* Chtef
-ahT Chart ot
the
tat
the ease r thetr jpaiaaiaiiBi G*a Dan. wfco ha* heroine
tar aw awtm ac Tecftauea as Hafxa. m fallowed by Gen
Yagaei Yaaaa Be i lift f lu px' > Chief f Mall,
aa the miubbi tf-asa-faTaier 'he bale fral. aw-
Dead Sea Sere** fame, and h now professor of
areaataHej at the Hebrew I'Rnremty
After Yatha ease Ge* Mordechai MakWf who after
a than uatatt. became general aaaeagtr of ooe of larael's
aha awa iiaatal fame at eeaaaunder of tfct Israel
Farce* ai the Saaai Campaign. He resigned three years
age. latartd pebtaM. aas elected a member of thl ri-
se* aa ke Masai bat. asd u now Minister of Agriculture
"
im Vutnm Pii.
ly SAM CAtSON
Abe Ribicoff: Fulfillment of American Dream
teiAHiM A ftlfttCOFF
** Jem agpaJaajl <, a
Cabtatt p*t v a Lasted Stale* Ad-
ministration Mean MwgiBthBU.
** Secretary of 'he Treasury
aasVr President Praaklin D Raaee-
hug her*- are dattereaec* be-
Mr Morgeatbau and the anas
B>saga Hid by President-elect Jaha
BgauJaU ^rp of Hearth. Edaraf ton
lere hare been other Jew* in our
iron* atlredid the New fc.-.-a.r Hagh
Uw came to (o to eoUege
I -cgewthaus bHonge-i "< the
ar
'/rfhodoa
Ai> I studied :




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-t> when she married the
bnlliai
Jews in Sports:
By HAROLD U. RIBALOW
Activity At Wingate
IF YOU TRAVEL b) tST from Kamat Gan il
< a.*, rr.il an hour But
f the Ii
;.el anil ll ell back
Par hart, n era than any*
'.jr<- >,f *..
ti ii pi rfection i
:,!la- ii'
It tot rly -a* v with the
:. at would like 1
trill become an in
i am
aJteriMMM i [M-rit Ham i n
vividly h' the bard trotk of th<- fjrinnaata, who wen
working a' the bars, ai in.itrurtors carefully watched them
IHi through their paeet After a while >ou roalised tha'
theK'- '. I '-ntiially would become physical
training bMtruetort, were dedicated to their work
I wa>. especially taken with the goo hip which
was Imnedfatei) ajotieeaMe. Some of the Kirls were from
ia. dark skinned and pretty and sturdy I had. in the
past, read here .inrl there, about color prejudice in Israel,
but it Aer* wa> anv doubt in the minds of the people with
me. they vanished when they visited the Institut. 'I In
ached and encouraged the Kirls and, later, when
the practice was over they walked away together, arm in
arm. laughing and friendly.
Because there is stress on fitness and strength in Israel.
Ihe lulure of such places as the Wingate Institute is assured.
aatveraur. offjoated at the ceremony She ha alwayt
"u-rt. active tn Emaouel. ftill m.
Ah* RibK-off ha been occupied with general com-
t.unity affair* ftr*t on the local level then in the
*tate. ao nationally But be hav never neglected his
Jermh affibatiom He u still an honorary member
of U*e board of directors of the Hartford Jewish Fed-
eration He has served in many capacities on the
t>oard> of practicaliy every Jewish organization in
i-d state Tbe eery weekend he had to go
tee Mr Kennedy to receive his Cabinet appointment.
he '-d to attend the Hew England Council
etinr of the Lnior. M iietai
- i- i --^g"e ir'jm Temple B '.' I red His
:ow-member of the Council understood why be had
daace at -ha-
Ah inaugurate-; a- Governor l
b 1985! 1.1

Beth Krael "udy
of '>ra-
not
MCI
.-.-.tor. for tptritual
rt
I
Abe I
I i bheafTi n
Abe ;her pas-ed a*.; h case,
"ummg in the II
' b occacion. a nh
adtl
ATier. lb* Ribicoff ran lor the Govrnor-hip the
1&51 he ,,i~\n% thl
he rik stocking John Davi Ledge U
maud It
uaderwarer campaigning against Hib.
the grounds of race ar.d idigloa. The former
( Democratic Fa-
e man nasped McGuire. bolted his party and cam
paigned acains' Ribicoff
Aweekoefon etfea au kted
headon He appeared on a stj -le
''lared th- it would be rutfiB-
Ameri'an 'irearr if a lew, w>n of a
.-h .mmigrant wi
N'" rath Party r* told
'it Coanecticut raeJd a boy named Abe

Af^e Ribatoff whose father Samuel st,.!
' at the Orthodox
#i ji *- : be a mem-
perate a departn.
-i staff of 62.000
Oinet he will help frame over
laarrawui r,n depart-
*i'h medical
' 't --V.: social eeuritj arid :.'i gee
Amenear, [,. opla
baee a man in Washington
For
und
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Kach of these Chief* of Staff, a* aell as the ou nj]
ooe. Oen Ha.rn l-a^kov. represcata a different phase m
the Maaary aad develapment of tbe Iirael Defense
Each of them has an entirely different personality and
indeed, it aould be bard to find a croup of men in the -ame
and. more or le, similar past in Israel i pre.
Vav >ears who could be so diMhwilai as the former
of Staff However, there i* awe wterejting point
common to all of theav alter relsnaeiahing their highest
post in the Army.*they went to atady at soeie university
in brael or abroad '
Gen. Laakov took o*er the Army after the victories
Sinai campaign.
With the change-over in the caearaand. on Jam iher
i|] be more than a change of officers. It u perhaps in.
teresting and significant that, while Gen. La>*.o\ three
years ago. was recalled from hu studies in Oxford to be-
come CtaaJ interrupted his studies in Pans whea the call came front
Prime Miniver and Defense Minister Ben-Gunon
Gen Laskov was tbe product of British military train-
ing (be was a Mayor in the British Army during the Second
World Wan while Gen. Tsur is the product of Haganah
officers' schools While Laskov is considered to he the
pedantic, quiet, inwardly oriented type who did no: find ,t
ea'y to get along smoothly with everybody. Tsur 15 more
of the overt type, with a quick smile, looking more like a
llartdli student than as a top ranking officer Typically
v. bile Laskov smokes a pipe. Tsur is a cigarette -moker'
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
A Matter of Time
AT CHICAGO this past Ae.k Mr Tru.
** man was honored by the Israel Bond
ireanization. a* "Man r.tury."
If 1 *ere to present a tableau aboul
\lr Trumar. I rvices for I-rari I would
all It, Sixteen Minutes After Five.
It wai the time ry Truman
.*ne the striped Bsfntt boys" ,
called them Who and what are -triped
- tJhgff never have much regard
! they never Know what time
world. Time, more or less, always stands still
for them Any Ml aallji much later than thej think.
On fir-t as-uming the Presidency. Mr Truman re-
ceived a menKirandum from tbe State Department arn-
ing him a'.ain-t sympathie- r the Jewish udi In his
mem ..--. Mr Truman writes. I was ikeptical. as 1 rud
. ofd up to da'.e about none of the views aad
the striped pants boy- in the State
Department. Jr didn't -eem to me they cared enough about
what happened to the thousands of displaced peraoai
B-- laM lhal after every expression of sym-
pathy for the Jewish side, alt-r e\er> bnrorable resolu-
Coa real the Stale Department secretly cabled the
Arab leader- not to take r .eieni-ly. that it didn't Bean
any!'
But finally, come hell, hi^h water and the -triped
part- boyt ii! the Sate Department. Pre-;i!(r:^ Truman
i i la no ahead and recognize the State ot Israel
It was five pm. New York time, whin the State of
Israel was to be proclaimed on "May 14, 1948. when the
Briti-h officially surrendered their Mandate Mr Truman
was >et now to recognize the state.
A: that hour. Mr. Ben-Gunon was officially notified
that the last company of British troops had withdrawn
from the country. He arose and read the proclamation ol
independence.
As the radio waves carried the announcement from
Jerusalem, the wires also carried another announcement
lrom Washington. It was the following simile statement:
The (iovernment has been informed that a Jem-h
State has been proclaimed in Palestine and recognition
been requested hj -he Provisional Government. The
ed States recognize thjj Provisional Governnjeat *>
the de facto authority of the new State of I.-ra.l
H '' en minutes alter five.
Portrait of UJA's New General Chairman
IHiLIP M. KLUTZNICK. thl newly
ral rhairman of "he
, 'I Appeal. ne( dl no
no important ph;>.
I American Jewish Ufa in which he left
no mark a- m | Ine
Jewish leader, m thi- country,
[ aaao one of the ablest. He itanaa
lout as an in-piration to many Ann
tx.rn young Jews aspiring to leadership on a local and
na'ional level.
He is also looked upon in Washington as a nersonahty
strongly devoted to the causes of both the United States
and Jewry In tact he ,- considered the per-on proving
beat that one can be a good American and a good Jew
at the same lime I, ,s no secret that he was activeli
engaged in the r. .10n campaign helping Kennedy
to become elected pre-,den, of the United States e had
leen in high government positions under President House-
W Truman awarded him tbe CertiflcateTf
Merit.
And Pretidenl Eisanhowat appointed him member of
lelegation to the United Nation,'Ge-:.rji '
bly in 1K7 Hi the admiration of members of fun-
"i both p,irties_an admiration he won during the
years he held important posts |n Washington, including
thai of ('ommi-sioner of the Federal Public Housing *.*
thority, His record of achievments on the "Jewish front'
i- similarly striking. He was elected president of Bnai
B nth in 1953. at the age of 46. and was the youngest man
then ever to hold that important post
He was chosen in 1958 as chairman of the President s
Conference, which coordinates the action of 16 major
American Jewish organizations on most important issues.
He has been a moving force in the work of the I'mtea
h Appeal. Today, be serves as president of the B ni
B nth International Council and as president of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. H*
is also a member of the board of the Jewish Agency for
and is taking a leading part in a number of other
national Jewish organizations.


friday, Dcmbr 23. 1960
LEGAL NOTICE
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i i,,r .,, |f >,,u fail to .1" ao,
. ,|..r pro f*MO "HI b4 -ii'-"'
Ualnnt \.|| for the relief .1. "landed in
II- i .". ialnt.
Y, i ai- further notified that the na-
-aid auit la 10 for- l"-e a mort-
E... encumbering "* ti.llowl"g-de-
crUd property to-a-tt:
l.. ; Block CAKOI. CITY OARi
HENS, aceordlnt t.. the pjal thereof,
.,, pui Book I'-. i ''-:
the publh reiord- Of Dada
f'.iunty, Florid... ,^
aid foreclosure notion ha* r>e. n
. |n ,he ,:, A--etyled Court.
WfTNEW my hand aa Clerk of the.
(.mil court of Dad- County. ri..ii, ...
n'.i the -.1 of paid Court, at M'""'':
. intv. Florida, thla 7th dn> of
I~ ember, IMO. ___
F R I.EATllKltMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
lftdefo'inD. Florida
( ,i By: K M. I YMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
T\vin r. catsmaN
It 'i EliM.rat 101 i: Huler St.
"'"" "'- ii/s-is-r-so
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA ,N PROBATE
No 51208-C
I \ RE IN'
DAVID B WR1UHT,
'n'o't'iCE TO CREDITORS
\ i I in-
ln .'lanii- or Dam inda Afalnal
^ du are hereb) nol II a and I eq in
nl an] ktlmi and demand*
have ...^..iii'i th --
,ai- ..t DAVID I. WRIGHT d.
l,i. .a DADE County, Florida. the
Count) Judj.....f ii-'.ie County, and
file the .-ame in their offices In th*
fount! Courthoua* In Dade Lounty,
Florida within elhl calendar [noniha
from the nat ol tha flrot pubUcatlon
hereof, or th- name >ii be burred.
OSCAR WILDE WRIOatr,
Executor
EDWARD II LEVIN
Attnrne> f". Executor
IK02 Coogreiw I'-uilding
Miami "2. Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48569
IN RE: Batata of
morris cop.tkz
I.....Red
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereb) given thai I have
ny Final Report and Petition for
; Final Dtacharge aa
Exe. Hot -. .,f Mori i-
tea, -I. ce led an I thai "" the loth
...I. ai :' M P M Will
appl) tu the Ii I J
,.i i ...,i. i' lunl Florida, I
. ; irt and for dlatrlbu-
ii Ext
Ii
dent i da) of N
- ISADORE CORTEZ
MAX l: SILVER
Attorn.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVHN that
the undersigned, desiring t. i.nai;- ii
bualnea* under Hi- flctltioua nan., ol
STROLL-O -CHAIR DISTRIBUTORS
al 1227'. N.K. I3n Avenue, North Mi-
ami intends tn reni.-i-r geld name Uh
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Ll'LI.Af.Yi: DIAPER SERVICE. INC.
a Fla. Corp.
It'1-9
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the up |n
liualneaa un. ,,r
fHB PAY COHEN EXPORT
PAN Y al 15 l| N I: Rath Streel M
Inti rids in reglstei >.. i.l name I
nrk ui Hi. Clrcu '..in i i.i Dada
* taunt). l-li.n.i.i
NATHAN 'I COHEN
11 J-9-U-2S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tli- underalgned, dealrlng to -:._.i^. ,
bualneaa under the fictitious
SHERRY'S RROASTED i'IIUKKN al
1661 Alt. n Road, Miami Beai h, Floi -
Ida Inlet ;- I eg Btet Kaid nam I
the i 'lerk of tht Clr. ill 'out I ol Dade
County, Floi id I
BRON BROASTBD, INC
by: Th.....Ion M Ti u.-h.ii. I*n nl.
BCRNETT H'.TH
At tome] f.
ll/l-M
922 Si

IS j-S-K-21
IN
Ti
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTU3B 5 HEREBY OIVHN that
\'|;i'n'^v'V.'uk.iewei.kvc.iu'-
1 ia Pfi corp.)
SMIP.1.IV W..1.EE
IN THE COUTY JUDGE'S COURT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 50544-C
RE Estate ,.f
ELLA i BLAKE
l -,'.., avd,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
aii Creditor* and ah Peraobi Hba
in Claims ..r I'-iiiainls Against Bald
nattate: .
You are hereby notified and required
to prevent any claims and demands
which you may have Mains! the eatate
of ELLA J. BLAKE.deceased late or
Dade Comity. Florida, to th- County
ludges of Dade Count*, and file the
same In their office* In the County
Courthouse in Dud- County, 1 -lorida.
within eight calendar months from the
date of the flral pubUcatlon hereof, or
the same will be barred.
NELL HARIUDR FREED,
Administratrix, C.T.A.
DANIEL NKAi. HELLER
Attorney
MO Ain-lei Budding
Miami. Florida il/M-M-IO. l/
Br .11 I'l ,a-t. ,1. In.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
i-. i'
buslneaa under the fictitious nam.. >'
BIRD \!H CONDITIONING AND AP-
PLIANCE SERVICE ..i 1375 Bl I
Miami. Florida Intend* to register salt
nam- with the Clerk Of the Circuit
Court of I'a.i. County, Florida.
JACK <: LDIE
7U0 8W -'mIi rn Miami. Fla.
i. j-.-is-r
NOTICE
Dorothy London an.I i.airy Dindi.n
are no longer ated with Rellg-
loua Producta aa ol November J-i. 1960.
M. E. Fountain and Eleanor Foun-
tain and Marvin Novak and Bnld No-
vak ai- si'i- ownera .-i Rellgloua Pro-
ducta.
Dated Baturday, November H
II 9-16-2-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th- und-rsici.-.l. .l-.-niim tn -nuage in
bualness under the flctltioua nun
TROPICAL RIVER GROVES in town-
hlp in Soul Range ... i: ial In Char -
I..ti- Count), I rida, and al 133 H .-
eira A ven ue. C I
Intend* to ri said nam- with
the clerk- >f the Cli ia of
Dadi i' nt) FI .rlda, an i Charlotte
i
Dated at -Mia K
i.. if Decembi
-
it i- Indusi lei Inc.
Coral Gal
CAIN ft ISIS
Attorney's foi \-
1830 Wi
.rlda
10. 1 G
Attorne)
120 Lincoln Road
l!/$-ll
"Q^BfflQfft that
BARN--.......
Bt rh".'.VTniend |.."re'ister said name
Hade 'ou.it>;4Y'N'''V ,-KRNSTElN
g^LPATCHEN
CARR WARHKN
Atiorney. for Applicants
MUX A.nsle> Hldg ij/j.a-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
LAW
I VEN
NOTICE UNDER
FiCTITIOUE NAME LAW
VoTICE IS HK.Rl.BY OIVEN t wt
the uii.ler-lgned. de*lrln to engage in
Im-lnesa under the flctltioua name oi
IDEN RKAL.TT at 2SM West Flag-
eet, Miami. Florida Intend- <"
r*iler uld name with the Clerk .
" Circuit Court of Dodo Count*.
Rorlda ___
OOLDKN REALTY
I l-rome Ooldman. Sole Owner
'"I OMAN ft imi.l.sTl'iN
W Racier st Miami. Fla.
, Men Realty ,.
|e/v,.pia gs
NOTICE UNOER
FlCTITIOUE NAME LAW
^OTI.'E IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
d r-ign-d. desiring to en|
i. tn, fl.tltioiis na-nee
FICTiTlOUS NAME I
NOTICE is H^RBBJO.. ,
the undersigned desrli^ nami. of
busine.-s under th' \^\ aI titt n.W
HEOK.IANM-.OF MIAM
27th A%'enue Mi-tm^ ime q( lh clr.
goid name iVde t'ountv. riorlda.
'U'S:''.r.t.''lUMN^A..KS.lNC.
a Ha Corp.
NFI.-oN* SPIEI.V-;' '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 40S10-B
IN RE: EaUteof __,
EI.IZAI.ETH GOLDSTEIN.
formerly known as rv.HI,v
ELIZABETH QOMMTEW COHEN
Deceased. _---------
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per-ons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against ouid
''',"!,'''.ire hereb) notified and re.iu.r-
ed o pre-en, any -U.lnis and demands
whkTh you ma> have against the estate
nTorthl0^ the date of the firs, pub-
lication hereof, or the same MB oe
"'"HARRY MAHI.ER. Executor
ARNOI-l> BLOME, Attorney
O) Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida tt/e-MMI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE.
No. 51142.C
IN RE. Estate ..f
LOI'IS MEYERS
D-ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and .Wl Persons II;n -
ing Claims or Deiniaiids Against s'ai.l
Estate:
'You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to pres-ni en)
claims and demands which you. oi
either of vou. may have against the
e.-tate of l.id'IS MEYERS das-.l
Ial. of Hade Cuiinty. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file th- some in their of-
ricea in the County Courthouse in
Dude County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said Claim!
or demanda to contain the legal ad-
dress of th- Claimant and to he sworn
to and presented I* afon Mild, or Mm
will he barred. See FjaethM ...t 16 ot
the 19C Probate Act.
Date December .'. A.D. 1W__
MILTON It MANN'KEIMER
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of LOUIS MEYERS
Deceas-'il __
KOVNER ft MAN'MIIMMEP.
Attorney- for Executor j.^.^^-.-n
.... -^ ii'iir-i !r ii> i'ti"i'- -
: ft CUSHION
' '' a i-rsm-.v at STM s VI
Florida Intends
..,! n im-s with Ihe Hem
Court of Dade County,
ii I.JAN '. V Bole i iv.
1 N KM.MAN,
' r Jl..... Ktl
I
'..ride
.. ii... i
1 :eet
II/U-M-SO. 1.'6
Not,CE"TO CREO.TO"
K.eebv notified and requlj-
You are hereh n demands
,d to Pr**'"1. !n> J'"iTiinst the estate
t,l, h you may ^jr.^si>N d.
f WIIJ.IAM ^^"'norlda, to the
lat-- of !"''- '."Dirte .'."inty. and
County 'ua'"f,heTr 'ffi'-s l" ,he
file '.he same in men County,
la'.un.v *rthou~ "JD.r ,..
", "aLVeof the irsl pubH|
from 'he date or jiw barred.
r\... not
VlMORDE N' MacDONELL
,.i,t.
;.., Hortda i2/t--ll-a
^^Sd^fSe-
-coRuStYo .NereMY.
jOtrcPB I'l.iisKo.
Ilalntiff.
MArUFj"i.KSKO.
^^OTICE TO APPEAR
Tf> MARIE PLE8KO
132 North Maple Avenue
,n.al T. c.urt of Dade County, Florida.
Clerk ol Circuit
<"'> By rJSputy Clerk
AMITB 1 ''AND
ritlfl
ling
Miami ::-', Pfcrlda i;/e--18-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'S'COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51327 C
IN RE: Estate of
HARRY A SIMON
"CNOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing- Claims or Isamands Against Bald
KYou are hereby notSled andI requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Which you may have against the estate
of HARRY A SIMON deceased late of
ride County. Florida, to the County
Judaea of Dade County, and 'lie the
;,m.. in their offices in the bounty
Courthouse in Dade County .Florida-
within eight calendar months from
the" date of the first publication hereof.
''r,heSrr^MOl?Rr^S.MDN
fi/ THEI.MA BIRNBEK-i
Simon. Hays and Grundwerg
Attorneys
7.01 Alnsley Building
Miami 32. Florida. ll/t.l,eVil-a
IN THE COUTY JUDGE'S COURT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 45949 -B
IN RE I'.-' i
Ri IBE RAPPAPl >RT LON< I
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice i- hereby given that I have
filed my Final Reporl and Petition for
Distribution and Final Dls.-hari:- as
Executrix of th.- eatate of ROSE ItAP-
I'AI'.d'.T l.iiN'i;. deceased: and that
n the iMh of January, IMI, will apply
to the Honorable County Judge* of
Dade COunty. Florida, for approval .f
said Final Report and for distribution
and final discharge ..- Executrix ol the
-slat- ..f the above-named doeedenL
This IMh .la. .. December, i%0.
GERTRUDE BERSON
>L\C MPRMELL
Mtorney
I9'l 8.W. 3rd Avenue
Mtaml ::i'i. Florida
II I6-W-30,1/6
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh juotcial circuit of
flor:da in and for dade
county. in chancery,
No. 80-C 11217-B
ADELAIDE HAN8EN,
Plaintiff,
ARTIUU 'llANSEN.
Defendant. __
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ARTHI'R HANBEN
c'o J. Van der Bpek
Id Dartmouth street.
Wyckoff, New Jer**)
Vou ARTHI'R HAN8EN are Ii
noiified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce haa been filed agalnal rou,
,,. v,.u arc required to wrve a copy
of COOT Answer or Pleading to the Bin
of Complaint on the plaintiff ; Attor-
nev STONE and BITTEL, MIndiw-
,ai National Bank Build ing, KWeat
Flngler St., Miami S2. Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleading In th
office of the Cerk of the Circuit Court
or before the Sth day of January
1961. If vou fail to do so. Judgment by
default, will be taken against you lOr
the relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
'"T'his notice shall he published once
anil week for four consecutive weeks
n"THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this Itn day of December.
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'WorU
Mr. and Mrs. Maury Shein arc having open
house to honor son. Barry, and fiance Juclv
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Faliek They'll
all be at 2932 Prairie ave.. to lay "hello" to
friends Sunday from 2 to 6 ... Oh. yes Linda
Shein, home from Ohio State U for the holidays
will be there too .
Helen Sobel. young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sobel, float-
r ;e a blond dream in purple organza with sparkly shoe's won
- dance contest with partner Robert Covin at the Beth David
igreeation Cotillon Dr and Mrs. M. p:1i Kappaport of
=w Orleans housegucsts of his parents, the senior Rappaporls of
20 Bay rd.

Young people home for the holidays Arthur Sater, in his
|jd year at Western Kentucky State College, arrived in time to
elcbrate the 30th wedding anniversary of his parents. Mr and
rs. Nat Sater, Dec. 21 Sisters Barbara (Mrs. Marvin) Haven
[id Rona (Mrs. Sheldon) Aberman hosted a dinner party at Nick
ad Arthur's in honor of the occasion .
When Edward Ginsburg, son of the Ben Zion Gmsburgs, ar-
|iv riition, he was full of sympathy for sister Barbara and husband
fhaplain Jack M. Rosoff who wrote they were just digging out (if
he snow drifts .at Fort Monmouth Niece, Ranana, slept uncon
irnedly in her crib through the whole thing .
Harold and Micky Granoff happy to have their lovely daughter,
)eane, visiting them from the University of Boston for the next
vo weeks.
,
Harriet (Mrs. Otto) Fenias had a pre-holiday luncheon for her
nany friends in the Louis Phillippe Room of the Fountainebleau
botel Pink and gold decor made a beautiful setting for all the
Attractive women and their lovely clothes None prettier than
larriet herself and her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Fink, charming in
black and white print llushand Otto, assured everyone he
iasn't just name dropping when he promised that Phil Harris, Bob
^ope, Bing Crosby and Perry Como would be at Bayshore March
El for the Pro-Am Sunshine Open Invitational Golf Tournament .
|lc ought to know, he'll be tournament director.
:< Esther Brown left husband Martin all alone in Caracas, Vene-
ruela. where they are living, so that she could help her mother,
[Mrs Bernard (Sylvia) Firestone, celebrate her birthday She
|vill also be in the bridal party of friend Judy Mayfair when she
Tarries Emanuel Palgon Dec. 22 Glad to escape the snow in
iTsew York, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben (Lillian) arrived Thursday to open
Itreir Surfside home for the winter ...
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rosenthal have just returned from
olumbus, O., where they attended the wedding of their son. Alan
(Morton, to Karen Raegurevitz of that city Friends Mr. and Mrs.
(Robert Richardson and teen-age daughters, Judith and Susan, went
[with them After a honeymoon trip to New Orleans the young
iKoscnthals will be at 30 Venetia ave.. Coral Gables.

A son, Lawrence Jay, was born to Mr. and Mrs. George N.
Leader Dec. 7 at Mt. Sinai Hospital Rev. Abraham Seif and
Rabbi Benno Wallach officiated at the bris on the 14th Lawrence
joins sister Karen who is seven Attorney George Leader, wife
Mary and their off-spring live at 1060 NE 152nd ter. Grand-
mothers are Mrs. Rose Leader of Plainfield, N.J., and Mrs. Rose
Rosenberg of Toronto, Canada, who is presently visiting with the
Leaders...
Mrs. Milton (Frances) Linn shared a table with a Kennedy at
the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York at a dinner in honor of the
75th birthday of long time friend Harry' Hirshfield. well known car-
toonist and raconteur ... But it was Police Commissioner Kennedy
and that's not bad, either ...
When ex-FBI agents called for decorations creating a Hawaiian
mood at their convention at the Americana hotel, Pansy Flaum pro
iluced a three-tiered fountain, gobs of red anthirium, cymbidium
crchid sprays, luscious hybrids and many palms, and believe it or
rot. that produced the mood desired.
*<
Mrs. James R. Katzman of Bay Harbor Islands, heard a talk by
Ambassador J. J- Wadsworth when she attended a community lead-
irs seminar on the UN in New York early in December Mrs.
Elizabeth Sperling will join son Larry, his wife Doris and their two
children, Michael and Gene when they arrive here from Ann Arbor
to visit Maxwell and Bee Hyman. the maternal grandparents .
Jacksonville will be the rendezvous point for the Dr. Herbert
Finleys, and their two daughters, Rita-Joan and .lacquiline. who
\ill be motoring down from Niagara Fails, \ Y and Mrs. Finleys
Irother Larry" Kimmel, Miami Beach attorney, and nephew Jefl
Goodman who are driving ud from Miami Beach They will visit
the David Goodmans, she was Jean Kimmel, who recently moved
to Jacksonville Jean was very active here in the Mt. Sinai
Hospital Garden Club Then the entire group will return en masse
to Miami Beach to be with Grandmother Kimmel. with whom Jeff
had been staying until his family got setlled in their new home .
lor a complete and happy family holiday reunion ...
Dr. Judd Breakstone and his Trudy in Washington attending the
medical convention Mildred (Mrs. Sam) Rosen being very
modest about the prizes she won aboard the SS Franco while on a
i ruise to the West Indies.
^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Floridc, Fridcy, December 23. 1
960
Section B
CJA Women Plan Drive Early
ikJSf": V'y Abl'/1 Robb""' Prominent leader in welfare and philan-
thropc activities has been named chairman of the Combined Jewish
JKLTTw IaCl'sc,tcrs Division- The announcement was made
Wednesday by Mrs. Morris Goodman, general chairman of the Women's
Division campaign.
Active in the Combined Jewish
Appeal and other local communal
work for more than a decade, Mrs.
Robbins has also served in posi-
tions of leadership with the Great-
er .Miami Jewish Federation. She
has been a member of Federation's
board of governors, secretary of
Federation, and was a leading
force in directing the master plan
for the Ablin Memorial Building at
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
She headed the Women's Patron's
Division in two CJA campaigns
and-was general chairman of the
Women's Division in 1954.
As one of her first official acts,
Mrs. Robbins appointed Mrs. A. L.
Glickman, Mrs. Samuel llalperin,
and Mrs. Alex Manson. as vice
chairmen of Pacesetters. The com-
mittee is now in formation.
"This year our pacesetters ex-
pect to set an example of gener-
osity for all women of Dade county
to follow." said Mrs. Robbins.
The traditional Pacesetters fund
raising function will be held early
in February.
-
*
Just returned to Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Open
from a five-day cruise. Mrs. Tillie Ratner from a six-month visit to
Cleveland. O., and Gladys Kaplan, who had been to Manhattan w
f^^W U BBOa H
m^ ^L
s^w; ^an I
-x. -iJ j
^^A H PwaP** :i fl
- ##* M
lusband Ralph for an insurance commissioner's cwyentto" *j^
al
Said
managed 14 shows in 10 days, and thought the best were All in
Home" and "Irma La Douce" ... She spent a day in Uei
visiting her uncle, who just bought the Tisch home there
!e never saw such furnishings or paintings outside of a museum ...
Frances (Mrs. Max) Rosenzweig. of Keystone Island I. aomw
trandmother to her titles of wife, mother and mother -in-law. nen
-n and daughter -in-Iaw. the W.lber II Friedman, jrs. of NwHivW
< in., had a baby girl Dec. 7 The Roseiuweigs hurried 0 to
Haven ... The same tiny little girl gave Mr. and Mrs. Moms
ticitlenian, of Bay Harbor, who observed their 52nd anniv.
"> Dec. 13, additional reason to celebrate They became great-
rents for the Drst timi lmmmm ,.
On a sadder not, Friends are extending condolences to
Silvei on the sudden death of husband, Hyman.
MKS. fAY ABUN BOBBINS
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, chairman
of the Women's Division General
Solicitation in behalf of the 1961
Combined Jewish Appeal, called
her area captains and key work-
ers together at a kick-off cotfee on
Tuesday at the Seville hotel.
On hand to brief the workers
and issue campaign kits were Mi-
ami Beach chairmen: Mrs. Eve
Chanin. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag,
Mrs. Murray A. Shaw and Mrs.
Frank Dellord.
The general solicitation will cover
all areas of Dade County. Mr- Kg.
nalz announced. During the next
few weeks, individual area cam-
paigns will get under way, headed
up by a number of Women's Divis-
ion veterans.
Mrs Fred Blank and Mrs. Henry
Gilbert are sharing the responsibil-
ity as area chairmen for North Mi-
ami and North Miami Beach Mrs.
Michael Sumbcrg is chairman of;
the Miami Shores area, and Mrs.
Samuel Goldstein is chairman of
the Northwest area.
Co-Chairmen of the Southwest
area are Mrs. Manuel Burstein.
Mrs. Marion Meyer, and Mrs. Harry
Queen. Area chairman of Coral
Gables is Mrs. Melvin Weinkle,
and chairman for the Kendall. Pcr-
rine and South Dade areas is Mrs,
Alfred Reich. Chairman of Hialcah-
Miami Springs, will be Mrs. David
Sherper.
Key workers of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal met at the Seville hotel Tuesday, to hear a campaign
briefing and receive their workers' kits. Shown with chairman
of General Solicitation Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz (center), are (left)
Mrs Eve Chanin and (right) Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag.
Academy Women
Annual Brunch
Annual membership brunch of
Hebrew Academy Women will be
noon Wednesday, Jan. 11 at the
Dcauville hotel.
Program high-light will be a
play. "Building With Membership."
by Mrs. Robert Bloch. The cast,
members of the Academy, include:
Mesdames Abe Auron. Arthur Berg,
man. Louis Bunim. Allen Cohen,
Samuel Farher, Milton Lubarr. Leo
Reinhard. Leonard Rosen, Yolanda
Sincoff and Jerry Sussman.
Assisting Mrs. Moses Rosenhouse,
chairman, are Mrs. Herbert Bergcr
and Mrs. Harry Kaplan, program
co-chairman.
"This is the year." said Mrs. Jo-
seph Shapiro, president, "of 'build-
ing' at the Hebrew Academy A
campaign for SI.000.000 is now in
progress for the new Academy to
be located at Pinetree dr. and 24th
Rehearsing for play "Building with Member-
ship or >e annual membership brunch o
fu u.hrpw Academv Women on Jan. 11 at
t SeSlehoS are standing (left to right)
MesSames Robert Bloch, author and director
of play. Louis Bunim. Milton Lubarr. Leonard
Rosen, Herbert Beraer. co-chairman Abe
Auron, Leo Reinhard. Seated (left to riant) are
Mrs. Harry Kaplan, program co-chairman, ana
Mrs. Allen Cohen.


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Friday. Dece-.bei 23
136QI
Annual Concert At Ner Tamid */* mm. d.w
Cantor Samuel Gomberi jrtD
head Temple Ner Tarn id annual
concert Sa urday evening Jan 14.
liar auditorium.
Cantor Combers tudied roke at CohM
ver-m. Kd- been a can'or for 25
..r,d served Tempi' Nl I
id when the congrcgat.
tjanized.
Proeram will include Hebrew.
Yiddi-h. .."(I I rai ii -lections Dr
Ben L. Fabric. president, said.
Other* appearing will be Barnet'
Breeskin, violinist an.: conductor of
Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, and
Marian Spear, soprano, who has
been heard in conceits and opera>.
Accompanist will be Hy Fried,
irgani-t and pianist, who will also
pUj -i veral piano solos.
Irvine C Spear is chairman of the
concert committee Co chairmen
are Mrs Goldie Cohen. Sisterhood
L,ent. president.
- Club: and Ceorne Sanders.
led Youai Adulti Oan Pi%r
H program coordinator
Judea Flans Dance
,ie Fa rbark* orchestra will
furnish he music for Temple Ju-
dea Sisterhood New Year'- Fve
-dam. Dec 31. in the The-
pm to :
In charge '. reservatioBs are Mrs.
Hy LtpWII a>i! Mr- A. S'em Funds
ill go to the Temple
SEFTY Youth program.
Dade Heigh's Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Daoe Heights Jew-
i-h ( ongregation is showing the
mow 'Picnic' with Kim Novak
and William Holden, Sunday eve
ning. in the Temple at 1401 NW
183rd st.
Beth Torah I ... .
Inf. its firs, dmn.-
Years eve in the .,cla, hl "JJ
o.m In charge are j r,okien 1J
president; Newton Greene ch 3
man; Carl Zwernrr. chairman nI
Y. ji's e-.e comrr.t.. \,jr, \'
Zwernrr and Mr [.,] p^'y^JJ
rvatk m; Mr Ir.ri \;-, ^T
Srhrciber. eeterrni; ind Mr, JZt
thur Cohen, decora:.' J
Guest on 'Still Small Voice1
"Still Small Ve.ic." Projr^
'pmaored by the Rabbinical AnsJ
I Oreater Miami. :l| te
the direction of Rabbi Eugene
o\itz. spiritual lec!cr of !>,
; Ner Tamid. on Sunday. io ,-
I over WCKT eta 7. Guest will bt
Rabbi Harold Richtcr of Canbbeu
Jewish Congrega'ior.. m disci*
in of "Chasudic Movement"

New Sweet Unsalted Margarine Gets
Approval of Diet Specialists and Doctors
nuafted margarine, made
t- u pi id :. n i il, is -
thn
Fleischmann's Swe< :ed
luced by
Standard Bi nion
tot
i rn-Oil 1
'
from dot-
( consumers for a
. i
/en food
Bed i -' i 1'
from the usual marketing pattern
in acts the light, fresh flavor of
the product from point of produc-
tion :o the home. No salt or other
preservative tdded. and the
freezing at the instant it ,s made
insures its freshness and purity.
The product i- served as any other
table spread. The quarter of the
margarine in use may be kept in
the refritera'or The remainder
should be stored in the home freez-
er.
In introdurinc 'he new product
at a luncheon a* the Duponr Plaza.
J V. Marler. v.ce president of
I ndard Brands in charge of Gro-
eery 1 mmented on the
market.ng of the firs- Be-
setted 100 percent corn-oil marga-
r:n< Ml they bad
moisted an I
ing tow-sodium ipr
lr 'a( were advised by
medical researcher- thai n
OB vKllum res tic--
may also be on diets aallii
nt of lim
acid. This product, in addition to
being unsalted. ha- a Imoleic acid
content of 30 percent. The formula
consists of 100 percent corn oil, of
which one-half is liquid com ">'
and the remainder pure corn oil
hardened only enougn to permit
shaping the product into the famil-
iar print foran Freezing of the prod-
uct help- ke it possible to a1
tain such a high level of liribtek
to Marl* r, Fit isch-
i .
lelkate f i
it
m di The
ding char.
are an
'.;'. diets 'ing

flavor i f this
t makes :: highly palat-
. a :-prea.: for breads and
- excellent for serving with veg-
etable- or for cooking, baking and
pan fryint Marlel declared
Standard Brands has prepared a
aflet. Food Can Be Tasty On A
Sodium Restricted Die:."" which
contains a simple explanation of
-,ich diets Copies of the booklet
for distribution may be obtained
free from The Jew ;=h Floridian.
Box 2973. Miami 1. Fla
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holidays. Look for Vita Herring in your food store
dairy caee-and good luck for the coming year!
so easy to serve
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Mta/rma^m
December 23. 1960
*,JeistrkriJiar
Paqe 3-B
AJCongress Ladies SSate Dinner Dance
ida Women's Division. Ameri-
can Jewish Cor.,,-- .. :
annual dinner dance at L(- Can c an
Cafe. Carillion hotel, where Lou
Walters "Folies Francals.- is be-
mg featured. Sunday evening. Dec. Info/mal-Pjirty Planned
Phillip Brook. William Blelfeld,
nd Herman Feller.
Mr>- L" C Sti In] rg i- president.
)oncr
berhood
I Mrs. Hannah Galewitz. chairman.
I Is being assisted by Mesdames Al-
"*^* _- b('r' Zuckerman. Ben Weintraub;
th Ye?hurun will have an in-
formal party o- New Year's Eve
a! the Temple bldg.. with dancing
ind impromptu entertainment
luncheon committee Temple Israel Sis- Joseph Ruffn^r Mirir, b%j.i
i at work in the Temple library. Left to Ha-ry PoloS and^Car? 1%' t K^
,re Mesdames Henry Green. Caroline wi'l L i' ^o-. o1 E,tl"aer Luncheon
Assman. Jack Krause. Max Meisel, Louis and wil include iasSTf* F^0""
Kendelsohn. George Graham, Solomon Kann, anceofXlfirry^tow^ ^^
ome for Aged Auxiliary to Hold Luncheon Meet
cater .^iamt Women's Auxili- the Algier, hotel Tuesdav noon \iP T,n.nl, J
Jewish Home for the Aged Business meet.ng w,U be JediS
have' a Chanuka luncheon at ,0 lhe Combined Jewish Appeal.
\nn Baum.
SEIVtt
IN A GIASS
0 A CUP
TETIEY TEA
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1037
Yt*. theft's Yeas To* spirit Id
tha fine tea ."flavor crushed"
for fullest streafth sod stimu-
li oon... richer taste and pleas-
ure with four fleithigs sad
milchigs aod bctwen meat
telrcihment...
Mrs. Sol Silverman, president,
will welcome the members and Mr-
Jean C. Lehman will give the in-
vocation.
A program of folk songs will be
given by Mrs. Lillian Nelson who
will be presented by Mrs Louis
Makovsky
Reservations can be made with
Dade Program Discussed
Dade County reassessment pro-
gram was discussed by Verne 0
Williams, of the Miami News on
Tuesday at a special membership
meiting of Miami Beach Taxpay-
ers' Assn in the Mercantile Na-
tional Bank community room. Si-
mon E Rubin is president of the
group.
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i>cge 4-B
^Je^lstihrktlar
Friday. December 23,
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will prese--' tree
or the asking a corsage to a ler of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be adaresseo to Corsage for You,' P.i
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one r-o.-irh in advance. Include the na -e
of the Bar or Bas V Z'.a- da'e and place of the cere
no^e address and te ber. The corsage .-.
orwarded to you courtesy o" B;acnstone Fiower
for the occasion.
Howard Simon
Rabbi Morris A. Skip ii; offi-
te at the Bar M:tz\ah of H
I of Mr and .\!r- .-
r,. Saturday. Dee 24.
I mple Judea.
art ha attended Sunday
tool (or eieht >i rew
..nd will grai:
IK- Is ,i level
"lent at Ponce de Leon jr !
rent- ill host K
or follow]
*
Victor Deutch.-nan
Bar Mitt"
and Hi
... m I 'i Rib: '
a ninth era k
Miami Junior High and
Judy Zilies
lr. and
.11 be Bas
I
i. 9 an.
I
in i '
at Nautilu-
Temple Knia:
She ii

the wn

board Um
*
Cheryl Kronswitz
j ,
K will In I

ria \ Sicop officiating.
Cheryl U a graduate of tr
VMM
JUOY
CHlRYl
Ch*LA
in the :
9 parenti will I
-- Victor's h
- preaident of Tempi.
Daniel Sherbitl
id, son of Mr and Mr
Sherbill, will be Bar V.
lay, Dec. 21. 8 19
Ner Tamid with Rai
Daniel is a student at Nl
ugh and itta be Temple
ml.
A reception i:
Hi- mother. Mr-
oh Sherbil! .- of
PTA.
*
Sheldon Hess
Bar Mitz\ah of S
an.I Mr- '
t., will tal
Saturday. Dec 24 Bl
. hitz will officiate
Sheldon is a
Beach jr High.
A reception i:
v Id Saturday night
I n hotel.

Robert Paid-nan
Temple Beth Am will be tl
the Bar Mitzvah oi K
of Mr, ar i Mr- ii :
Feldman, Sat\:r by n
I ec 2-i with Babbi Bcrtx
: officiating.
Robert is in the eighth grade at
ace De Leon JtHi. >r High and
lays clarinet in the school ...
I attended the re!,
both Temple Beth Am
.' r Granada Jeui.-h Center
Hi- parents wfl] boat the Oneg
-nabbat and Kid
attended
tor five years, Sun ,ind will now etiter 'he Con-
firmation Department. She i. 3n
Lira ii -tudent at Ponce De
Leon Junior High.
Mr. and Mr~ KrooowitJ will host
the Oneg Shabbat and will pr
loral Offering for the Pulpit
in honor of the oca-ion
Carla Fink
Carla. daughter of Mr and Mrs.
uik M Fink, will W Ba- Mitzvah
morning, Dec 24. at Tern-
ple Beth Sho!o:n. with Rabbi Leon
Kroni-h officiating.
ception and dinner in Carla"s
honor will follow at the Xmer.cana
' p.B and her parent>
will ha\e open house Sui
noon at their home, :>:u: No. Bav
rd
Charles Strarton
i Mr aad Mn
5ti tton, I win
He-

Stephen Plotkin
-.. -on of
I
..
.. in
n Kabbi
riducting.
Stephei ..Jert at Shenan-
doah Jun nda Beth
El R School.
Robert Schneider
Rr of Mr an Mr- Har-
old S Bar Mitzvah
.it i it ion Vehudah \!
th Rabbi SI
:;'iciating.
Ri atfa grade student
N and Junior Huh 3nd at-1
tended I'opiel Religiouj School.
a
Bruce Wolfson
Rabbi Shel Ion 11 Stelnmetl will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Bruce Wolfson Saturday. Dec. 24.
9 am at Congregation Yehudah
Mnahe.
Bruce, son of Mr and Mrs Gur-
don Wolfson. is a ninth grade -tu
dent at North Miami Beach Junior
High, and attended Popiel Relig-
School.
Joseph Rosenfeld. pre-ident. will
pre-, al a Bible and Prayerbook ir.
behalf of legation.
A KidiM-n will be hosted in Po
Mr tad Mrs Gurdon
Woll iwed bj luncheon at
he Carillon betel
*
David Frank
Temple Emanu El will be the
"i lh< Bar \litz\ah
-on oi Mr and Mn ink.
Saturday, Dec 24. 9 tn. with Dr
Irving Lehrman official
t attend* Temple Emanu El
Keliei,
t Ida M. I
' SB Tent lunior HI :n the
- turaay. Dec 24 orchestra and hand He re.
Abramowitt will of- ,he Elk reward and dar
s a ninth lent Klemer.tan School.
where he
and and
tr 1
>. and
i .11 h,,id open h lose
honor from 2 fo 5 p.m.
Dec
*
Robert Slobodin
Rabbi Da\id V, Heraoo a
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Rob-
t Mr. ar
Slobodin on Satan-!
am
Bobert
A re
a
Jay Neufeld
morning si I
Beth '. ill inclui!.
M
Mrs. 1
25th .
Jav lent a*. Beth
.. at Beth Emeth Congregation "' '> '""
jbert .:,,. n,n* a' :,; PoBI
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David Epstein
Da\id M Epst< of Mr
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It
Friday. December 23, 1960
INF Tag Day
['Victory Brunch1
At a recent Jewish National Fund
.iv "Victory Brunch," Mrs.
hncob D. (Beulah) Davis, Dade
i( .:I 'F tag (iay chairman,
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anal chairmen for Jo our;! Fund Tag Day
25. Sec. led (left I
>b D. Dcrv .-ounty Jewish National Fi>nd char- i
Finn. Standing are Mrs. Flora S..
. Cecil Tannenbaum.
AEPhi Alumnae Slates Luncheon
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae
Assn. will have its annual holi-
day luncheon Wednesday, at the
Everglades Roof. Program, plan-
ned by Mrs. Ronald I'ai'it and Mi
Howard Katz, will be dedicated to
several ottl alumnae.
at

rhey will
i
n


chai
Q
Mrs. Charles Finkclstein and Mrs.
lean Lehman, National Foundation
trustees.
Holsum Bckers
Win Prizes
- i Bakers of Miami
rizi .ii U
[or d '
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Now-Rom the makers of
FleischmanrisMargarine comes the...
I
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i
Unsaited
to please
your family's
I taste!

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Vldschnvanns cow on margarines


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Friday. December 23

MUSIC
AN
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THEATER
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MISCELLANEOUS MEMOS
* and
bony Guild w-i]] t><
} ..... ,, i
hen aill rw
.
tra Sock into a p
m Murci : ruftarel pnoV for our
< nd
> I I he* returned b
'' '' Europe, app.
<
' FiekJ'i oah Miami
t. 4 ai .\ud,IO
I
. B Of Ft. Lauderdalo. ho
' pn h n
< !ub of
ian at
BU and period^
uate of
eaeber tor
mtrj and abroar
*teeaahchaa nee*, and enter

i -
At a Chanuka cssembly held at Hebrew Acad-
Dec. 16 tifth grade students presented
the story of Chcnukc in o playlet written and
directed by B bert Gottesmcn.
right are Ayan Dean. Mark Sussrr.cn. Robert
Greenberg. Larry Kuczynski. Dav q^.
aid Kornreich. fova Sincori. Carv Gian-z, In.
Left to cob Weiner. Leonard Feldman and Diane Saltz.
Mural Decorates
Hollywood Temple
A major sculptn-aJ mural h t*.
ins completed bj Miami artut Wjr-
s"n<"1 ,c'' wJ Hall
of Temple Beth B of HoUywwd.
Soned. form hicult) m?m.
ber at U i I Merutj a
now direct ;nc his own
school h The bas-relief acoJptnre, IK ft.by
T B r.epicts |b
Judaism The the- p^e
AvoUl Tpt.r. ord
exists, upon Torah. temple -e.-vice.
and practice of ebaf
Combined are the interpi
of Simon the Ju-t ..: | ih, orifiul
maxim assembled b> Kablj. Judah
Ha Nasi
Architect for tre new Tmple
Beth El is lrvir K<. rach. of :he Mi-
ami firm of Smith and Korach.
Getting decorations ready lor the New Year's eve theatre and
dinner party at Coconut Grove Playhouse where "Showboat"
will be playing, are these members of the planning committee
of Women s Division of Miami Beach YMHA. Left to nqht are
Mrs. Milton Green. Mrs Sidney Lang, co-chairmen Mrs Philip
>ame. ticket sales; and Mrs. Albert Sommers, decorations
Opera Support To be Discussed
Miami Beach committee for the
advam
COM vayi o| increasing oaene-
than and mcrnber-hip in the Miami
Opera ., meeting Th
noon at th tlgiers hotel
STELLA TURKS DRAMATIZATIONS HOLD AUDIENCE
The Tenth Man
< -.. brand nee treaU ,.,.;ia ., k
"d "Uiv the Eden Hot on Dae. 12 for Hada*
*&h Donor i
| ; Turk kept her aa< I -.ound. a> she
6 ** n< "f 'he K*ea old men. v. hose deep
J befaeb bring uer 0, low. aIi;j f>uh
' med'":" on an unhauDN
) -o be rx bj an evil Dvbbuk
was produced and directed b> Hn Turl
Jw: '"' ''''' "' -d a beautiful background .
taped reran) the land F'hJharmonic the Mowmc
hum. a choir, th. nging for th(
Jiclv Days, and e\c.
Mrs Turk ha* haa a rich backflroaad aler .She majored
rama and -speech at Nea York Uaavarathj and psilalnj with a de
' ,n Flne Arl- She v: ected by the peal Morris Gest lor hi*
las: Broadway produc.on Lady Precious Stream." and has appeared
q radio and teJevisMM products.I

THE MAIL BOX
I Mr' KrafT.
In your cohnr.n of Nor v. yrnl reviewed the Miami Beach Cjvk
I tra and yea said that a rentleman uho sat behind voo disturbed
| bj -ingane a4eaa *-*b the perfarmers
Ar -vou av< s"^ th" m"*i of the aodience attendme the Miami Beach
are quite elderly and may m( be aMe ta control thewaelve**
Many times my hu-ttand starts to hum and sing too. but J make him stop
_, Annoved
Dear Mrs Annoyed.
Thank you for your letter, but 1 habeac that hi a concert hall there
: code of caarteay to the performer and the audience, and that
it i lence duruig the performance aid a\ :he proper time
I'm sure you iH agree that such caart ,d hr practiced at
any age.
aith Dr. Leonard H.
Jacobaaa, chairman, an
Brumlik. Jordan D.. narlo.
'nder. T H GreenfteU,
David Haahherg, Saaaae] y Know-
les. Morrii Lapidus
Daxid Levinson. R:iter Le\in
hraaU Levy, Dr MrijM k
Marks Hank Meyer Samuel L
Sehwr, Dr Anhur m Gram
Mrs. Emil Morton
an.
Added .. was a live
t.and for dancing nclusion
-'f the dbaa. Sponsor ol ihe a:
Mi the Yihuda M .-, rh The women's organization also
met Monday evening, w.th
< Kachir acting as
gram chairman.
Or. Hart lo Speak
What the Talmud Offer- You''
is the title of an address t. be de-
Beared by Dr. Joseph Wot on
Tuesday. Dee 27. at a meeting of
Temple Israel Men's Club.
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Saturday Eve
"Weaken Caaara." a MMhajh
based on the r,a> <* i,k
nted Saturdav evening at
CoasreBat.cn Yehudah \| .she in
chanji Mr^
Frost Conservatory of Music
1443 Alioo Bo.d
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WITH OUTSTANDING TEACHERS
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Only Miami Recital This Season
FLORENCE KUTZEN AT THE STKNWAY
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
Wednesday Eventej, Jan. 4
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HHfi -,- n >j;>: s m a SSKH^^Hj
[Friday. December 23. 1960
T Branch Names
[Youth St-perviscr
xiintr I
| at the
' H\ Branch.
L| tin branch after completing ,
1 -h' Air Pen
He le for t*>r
I super'. lies nf chil-
i ii jihI jun
ior i
i tin G MM Age Friend-
I ship Club.
S'cinmeti received hi- Hasten'
1 work from the Ye-
i ratty!
Trr l> .' t| a sroup work
h Com-
nter anri ti ( Ban \,.v.
>, IIIA. He has a:mi h.irl many
- n! experience in camp
, i -metz has an ex-
hack round, hav-
i ,i- iptein <>f the basket-
both in hiah school and
Mr- no.i resides with his
fpife. H nna. on Miami Beach.
***lstFlcridlton
slanders Chapter
Meeting Monday
Luncheon meeting of the fc
en'sAmer-
e hotel.
BdvlSoO'
h"n '; "< 'ew*
J Women's Organizations, was
" iker.
The program also featured
-t Mrs
charge
i t jervatu
IKA miUMtTl
:ew Y*ir's Ive Party
rn^rega-
lew year's
aiing.
will
e by the L e Jo!
De'nit Sochi Club Party
D( Club's 13th an-
nual Chanuka part) Wednesday
ig al Algiers hotel included
entertainment, dancing and cards.
Firtel Named
Gifts Chairman
At a recent luncheon at the Ritz
-~g^. Plaza hotel, Ir-
ving Firtel. attor
ney and vice pres-
ident of Hebrew
Academy, was ap-
LD v_7ty pointed chairman
V of advance gifts
?/ lor the Academy
fund campaign.
Asked to serve
with him was (Jv
car M a m b e r.
members of the
directors, and active in
iili-.'.i ius aflairs.
App> intment were made by Louis
Men* iuh j1 chairman of
the Ai; demy's million dollar cam
i in reported that the halt
k had been reached.
"Plans rail for the building of a
ursery, kinder^arden, elementary
and junior high school large
enough to accomodate 600 students
Al i the committee are Sol
Goldman, Morris Dubler. Rabbi Jo-
nah l..,!an. Philip Weiss. Rabbi
David Lthriield, Ben Appel. Juli
ou* Roenstein. George Kimmel,
Sidney K binow itz and Hyman Gal
but.
'Pepe' Will Open with YIP Premiere
And Host of Stars on New Mall
The fir-t Hollywoodtype movie and Brouard County, county state
*:: ^ """* R"ad -d US government d.2nUa.fes
on hi "n/ ';:'~ ,''Pe AlS 0n hand wi" be "W f^ig"
?hr- H;1 tI 0V'"U T'en at Consu,,r ** PienUng more
the Lincoln Theater tonight (Fri- 'ban 20 foreign nations.
Fiirn
day).
In the form of VIP Premiere, the
opening is i celebrity-studded oc-
e Sidney, producer-
director oi "Pepe." has Down in
From Hollywood for the event. Also
atten tag in person are Bobby Dar-
in and Joey K. i are among
Amen the stars expected are
Paul Anka, Steve Lawrence and
Eyde Gorme, Oiosa Costello, Don
Cacino, Roberta Sherwood, Paul
Winchell, and others. The fes-
tivities will take place starting
at 7:30 p.m.
On Saturday "Pepe" will start
he 35 stars who plav themselves ''s re2ular run a' 'he Lincoln, with
in "Pepe."
In addition, every n ir appearing
or visiting here tor the holiday
hrce shows daily, 11 a.m., 2:30 and
8:45 p.m.. through Jan 2
Miami Beach is one of three cit-
ies in the United States showing
week has been Invited to attend, Pepe. The others are New York
along with the mayors of Dade and Los Angeles
Study Habits To be Examined
"What are you doing about your
child's study habits' was the topic
discussed by Edwin H. Smith, asso-
ciate director of the Reading Clinic
at the University of Miami last
Sunday evening at a Hebrew Acad-
emy PTA meeting at the Lombardy
hotel.
*ai
2&i
TVJCUST BROS R>
l.r/..-0*S7'_
Participating in the symposium
were Mrs Alfred Co-man. Hebrew
instructor at the Academy, and Dr.
Robert Kosenblum. an Academy
parent. Rabbi Alexander S Gross
A PLEASING NEW VOICE
For Yourself or Your friends
Studio "S" Serenata Club
A Syttam o* Voice Modulate
craotW by
Original Sleepy lime Gal
Children
or Imm. Info: MO 1-9525,lnitfuc,,on-
MO 7-9349, JI I-JS4I
& Aduiti Privota & &oup
Long Term & Short Term
courses
principal, was moderator.
Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum is PTA
president. A question and answer
period followed the symposium.
Mrs Emanuel Finkel. program
chairman, introduced speakers.
A report on recent achievement
tests of Academy students was pre-
sented. Tests were administered
at the U of M under the supervision
of Dr. Lester Wheeler, director of
the Reading Clinic.
Latke party followed, with com-
munity singing of Chanuka songs
led by Mrs. Theodore Nelson.
In charge of arrangements were
Mesdames Murray Berkowitz.
chairman. Jonah Caplan. Arthur
Bank Votes Dividend
Tully Dunlap, of South Miami,
president of Riverside Bank, said
Wednesday that the board of di-
rectors has voted a 30-cents-a-share.
semi-annual cash dividend. It will
payable on January 3, 1961, to
stockholders of record as of De-
cember 8, 1960.
\ *
NEW YEAR'S EVE
L PARTY *
I
TSS a ballroom *
[Seville,
DINNER-DANCE and FLOOR SHOW
STARRING >
NEJLA ATES
The Exquisite Turkish Delight*
Plus- AN ALL STAR SHOW
W,THACHORUSOFDAZZUNGGAlS
Dancing to lee Mart.n Orchestra
TAXES TIPS INCLUDED
$iiso FILET MIGNON
IX?i. DINNER
GrftFortheladies.Han.Favors.Fn.Makers
P- Page 7-B
Extra .unny extra hilarious .are Bob Hope and Lucille Ball in
tacts of Life, story of romance between a married couple,
not wedded to each other. Ruth Hussey, Louis Nye and Don
DeFore give excellent support in this comedy drama now at
Wometco s Carib, Miami, and Mircale Theatres.
World-famous comedian Santinflas learns about romance from
Maurice Chevalier in this scene from "Pepe" opening Saturday
(Dec. 24) at the Lincoln Theatre. The Him co-stars Shirley Jone3
and Dan Dailey, plus 35 guest stars. The CinemaScope-Techni-
color production, produced and directed by George Sidney,
will have three showings daily.
OPENS DECEMBER 26
magnificent
FIRST
RACE
8:15 P.M.
MIAMI
BEACH
Kennel Club
DOG RACING
For Reservations pbone JE 1-0348
MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club
SOUTH LND OF COLLINS AVENGE,MIAMI BEACH,


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>MmistfUrkMar
Friday. Dacembar 23. I960
tt**ir
WHO'S THAT?
Tamed oc The Woman Challenge" oe channel 10 by chance and
Bena 'Mr*. Bertrami Sc-haraJc Beverly (Mr*. Stanley Lei
and Sfcirley Mn Utttaa. Levinscfcn carrying > '<*
- a sroop patting on a <
nip skit tor Bay and Bal Harbor Chamber of Com-
merce It am directed by Tm:e Levin. Lo and be-
boSd. no*, only dtd the d-rect but the
clever and sprightly. Recognized many
K tunes.
* *
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
2M friends fathered to wi-h Sam Levenson
maa* more on his 7h btrtbda;.
cktails. dinner and dancing at We-tv *" Coun-
try Club *;' *** cake **> h:s
s> Adeline, and his son and daughter-in law, Mr and Mrs Harry
nsoc chose to honor him
has lived in this community 25 years and is well loved by all
Again, happy birtbdi>
m *
WC-AAN OF THE WEEK ,
Mk Se.tlin' She queried. 'Why do you want to interview .
loal you know me*"
Of Mrs*, everybody knows and loves Jennie who is truly a Jewish f ,
er in our community i
fCTril followed her husband. Henry, with their son. Sammy, to
mi from Gomel in White Batata. Back in 1914 Mumi was just a
,r.iy nine Jewish families.
\mor.2 the thine thai Jennie disliked about this raw r.ew c.'y r
tr< bet thai no fresh rift, and no place where Jew, could
er to worship.
Late one night Jennie exc.e-i > called. Henry, listen to that moo.
car. >ou M) 'here aren t any cows here?"
back la sleep, that not a cow. it's a
ered Heary.
It was very hard in Russia for the Jew- to get
i-. edoeataai The Seitlnai determined 'hat their four
Mild ha-e e-.>r> thing htre that they hadn't
n the old country
Fr-t above eventnmg. they had hungered for
good education, n they urn 'hat their boys bad
-lerful college career- Two of the boys are den-
ar.d two have the Seitlin Insurance Agency.
.As a young girl. Jennie wa mw active in the
Phyllis Katz Weds
Rabbi in New York
pwrlNs Debar ah Katz and Rabbi
Xadih 1 Rosenberg were married
ra hotel in
v.th
J B Soloveiteheli eJNesat-
W-ra*r-K4liL
HUH** I. HALPRYN
TV br-.de is the da ">v-
and Mrs. Jacob D Kri. 1*1 M*
She was ar. hor. at
each Ser I **
and at-
Miami ort a
Dale court) scho!arsh.-. U prev
tending -
.-, Ye-hr.a I in
rk. is a deans lis t
V*r- r\|l
book She ai 9 '
of the Drama' NSataTJ
white
h leemt.-oidered alencon
neckline and 1
carried.
and
:,ad been a g.f on her
12th birthday Mr*
J. P '
Rosalyn Rosenber. of the
groom, v-as maid o' and
Sandy Caplan and E-ther Aivkin
were bridesmaids.
The groom, youngest Rabbi or-
dained at Ye-hiva University,
graduated magaa cum laude. He
is studying lor his Doctorate ia
Social Psychol^y at Columbia
I n:\ersity and holds a position in
Plainfield. N J
He is the son of Rabbi and Mm,
S Ben Meir Rosenberg of Ramet

,


HHHll
Trip to Mexico
For Honeymoon
Harrtai Cohen, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Samuel Cohen. 2995 Fla-
mingo cr became the bride of
Dr Hillard J. Halpryn Saturday
evening. Dec 17. a* the Deauville
hotel Dr Irving Lehrman of
Temple Emanuel. officiated.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Julias Halpryn. 1839
North Glades dr
Mrs. Elayne WitteU. sister of
the bride wa- matron of honor,
and Barbara Balamut was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Mr-
.r Zionist movement she was a Youth Zionist
dent at 13 Naturally although she first became active in Hadassah Barbara Miller. Lois Feuer. and
.mi when the thae came to organize the Pioneer Women she step Mrs Diane Halpryn Mr- Sandra
EM right in, since it was so close to her heart Friedman was in charge of the
ia- been active in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation since guest book.
i-. V fore r. ua-formed and still i- Dr Err.est Halpryn was best
Jennie feels that it was a privilege from God that enabled her to man, ushers were Joel and Alan
' .- i glerieai trip to Europe with her husband as he became ill im Cohen, brothers of the bride. Jerry
ately after. Wi ul- and Irving Friedman. Mi
In the nine weeks that they spent in Israel. Jennie saw the fruits chael Whttcla was ring-bearer, and Y.tzchuck
Couple Married
In Candlelight
Ceremony Here
1 her volunteer work. Debbie Witttlv flower-girl
V present a broken arm keep; Jennie from cooking, one of her Mrs Halpryn s wedding gown
O ,r achievement-, the mayor one- are wonderful community services was of re-embroidered Alencon
da ha rendered Of course, she a good cook, having won a prize for lace with seed pearls over peau-de-
fish and ,ponge cake soie. with a cathedral length lace
Proudly fke displayed pictures of all nine of her grandchildren and seed pearl tram She carried
Ma they all inherit [>art of her indomitable courage and love for her 3 white orchid bouquet and family
Bridal veil was of matching
Bible
lace
Mr- Halpryn graduated Miami
Beach Hitth and I'mver-ity of Mi
ami. and was a member of Sigma
Alpha Eta She is now a speech
Barbara Ann Sheridan a'
ford Scott Rothmaa were married
in a double ring ceremony on
Saturday. Dec 17 at Temple
Emanu-EI with Dr. Irvin? Lehr-
man officiating.
The new Mrs. Rotbmar. is the
daughter of Mr. and Mr- C Ed-
ward Sheridan of 1954 Marseille
dr She is a graduate of Miami
Beach high and majored in jour-
nalism at the Universi'ie* of Mi-
ami and Florida
For the candle-lit wedding, she
chose a full length gown of white
silk peau de soie with a chapel
train and a seed pearl and crystal
drop Swedi-h crown with illuiioa
veil She was married in her moth-
er's wedding band and earned
white orchids and rose bud- on the
Bible which she received at her
confirmation.
Tam Wachtel was matron of hon-
or and Sherry Lange. ma;d of boo
or. Bridesmaids were Su>ar. Whit-
Mat Hisenberg. Michael Hecht. tow and LorralM i^ntor. causa
ftSl.'iS'h. IU|*."1 8! The groom is a graduate of Net
NfS. 1U0AH 1. lOSfMtfffC
Israel Dr. Meir is
Deputy Minister of Interior in the
I-raeli Kneset.
Martin Katr. brother of the bride,
was best man and Israel Rivkin.
and Mo>he Yaged >erved as ushers
_________________ lac giuuiu is m mtmmmi
York Military Academy and Ota
del Military College in So Car*
lina. He N at present mav>rth|a
finance and investment at the Ua-
cr-ity of Miami He is be -oe o'
Mr and Mrs. Herman Garden Mr and Mrs Norman Rotkaua,
announce the engagement of their 425 Surfside blvd.
AB and daughter. Linda Lee. to Stuart. Cappv Rothman, brother of *e
Party to Honor
Engaged Couple
Ic-lkw Jew
* *
THE LAST OF THE RED HOT MAMAS?
Bather Mr- Sidney, Schwartz hung her charm around her neck
a 11 disc of Some ol The-e Da> I and went to call on Sophie Tucker
aunt | wh', is in towfl for a brief vi-.
Sophie was full of vim and vigor as usual and roaring to go. She and hearing therapist in the Dade
plar.s to be in London in May. and then back to Israel to dedicate her County school-
s' ( nd Sophie Tucker Youth Center. Dr Halpryn received
a a MD degree* from Columbia I'm- >on of Mrs Morris Lubitx. 1721 SW groonr'was best man, and RoaM
CALLING DR. SPOCK versity NYC and is a member of 23rd ter and the late Mr. Lubitz Rothman. also a brother, Tonj
here going to be a spoiled grandchild around these part.-' Yes- 'h' !>? Ita Eps.lon^ He *rved twa The bride-to-be i- la the School Hoffman and Allen Bregnun serf
y. .ard and Christa Kanner and their adorable Jacqueline have moved ,ar" "* the LS Armv Mwlical of Education at the University of ed as ushers.
to Miami from Clearwater. Fla Richard will join (orDv and '5 "J0*' e"W* m 'he Miami. Her fiance has degrees in ajter champagne and hor father Aaron in his law office- Grandma Marcie DT*cUce ot dermatology in No. mechanical and in iustnal engineer- oeuvres served in Sirkin hall W
ha- l>een scouring the town for an apartment for Miami Beach and Hialeah ing from the Uaiversitj of Florida |wing lne ceremony the wddai
them, if possible, right close by. natch. a ho-ieymoon trip to and served as president of P. P,rty and guests attended dinner
-tt -fe Mexico. Dr. and Mn Hahynrn will Lambda Phi. i_ th- ,ilver ,._ -/ the K.nber'i
LOOK OVER*THE P.AnJ llZf-JS? ""*" "* Mr,. Garden .. honor res^ur.S
,the young couple with a cocktail On their return from a honer-
___ party at their horn.-, 27iW Alham moon trip through Mexico. *
bra Circle. Coral Gables, on Sun- young couple will reside at !'
The picture that hangs over Lili Duntov's piano
was bought by Joseph in 1SM2 just before the arti-t
Abraham Manievich diei
It's painted in strong colors and shows mothers
and babies and baby carnages The name of it is
Bronx Park East "
UU
Lucille ( h'-ster who came, here lor the first
ing in this area borrowed i* from the Duntovs to include in the
at the Miami Museum of Modern Art
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^JetHstifloridriar
JHIS past week, The Jewish
' { loridian co sponsored an
evento| at the Coconut Grove
use. Many in the commu-
nity were guests for "A Curious
Evening with Gypsy Rose Lee."
lit those of you who missed this
performance, we will be co-spon-
-oring another theatre party in
'he near future so watch for the
announcement.
Among the theatregoers was
Mrs. Maurice Edelman Her strik-
ing ensemble was in a cocoa-
colortd wool tweed. The sheath
dress had a low scooped neckline.
It was topped with a hip length
jacket cut on the loose fitting
Chanel style with the back of
the jacket dipping slightly. Silver
tippec fox trimmed her cuffs and
collar. She chose black for her
accessories, and carried a small
headed handbag.
Mrs. Bernard Litt wore a clas-
-ic black silk crepe sheath with
a high neckline. She warded off
the chill weather with an ermine
cape She attended the perform-
ance with her cousin, the well
known interior decorator Robert
Itubenstein. Silk tweed was the
choice of Mrs. Jack Fisch. Hers
wa> Mend of charcoal and
brown. The sheath had the high
^lashed boat neck and long
sleeves. Her accessories were
'lack, and her mink stole was
the Autumn Haze shade.
Mrs. Henry Shier was charming
in a sjlk tweed, ensemble in tones
and shades of brown and beige
with an orange overcast. Her
-lce\eless sheath had a high
round neckline. The jacket was
a fitted nip-length with the cape
sleeve to below the elbow. The
jacket, lined in orange silk, fea-
tured a full shawl collar of the
dark wild ranch mink Her ac-
i s.ries were in a light brown.

BOYAL purple silk satin was
** the choice of Mrs Joyce Was-
herman. Her short formal skirt
was a draped bouffant. Fitted bo-
dice had a low rounded neckline,
cul wide and of! the shoulder,
ending in a small cap sleeve. Her
shoes were ,|ycd t0 match her
gown and had rhinestone itud
ried pointed toes. Rhinestonei
also formed her tiara
Mis Lillian Fields chose a
lightweight wool suit in a soft
beige tone The neckline was Ital-
ian cut with an oversize collar.
matching colored buttons trim-
med the jacket, and she wore a
flowered wig chapeau.
Blush pink alencon lace over,
satin was worn by Mrs. Charlotte
V. Weiss. A satin bow at the side
draped into a modified poof and
featured long streamers. Her
scooped neckline and short
sleeves were cut following the
pattern of the lace into scallops.
Mrs. Hal Fisher, known profes-1
sionally as the songstress Laura
Kellogg, wore a black silk sheath.
A brilliant red satin jacket with
a very decolctte deep V neckline-
provided a dramatic contrast. Her
jacket had a modified portrait
collar and bracelet length sleeves.
Oversize fake jewels in the
shape of a huge pendant were
at her throat.
* *
UMITH the season coming into
" full swing many fashion
shows are dotting our calendars
If your group is planning an af-
fair where there will be over
three hundred people, and are
interested in having a fashion
show, please contact this column-
ist for arrangements.
Page 9-B
Badanes Reveal Sharon's Troth
MISS HARRIET UVINt
Harriet Levine
To be Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Levine of
891 NE 156!h ter. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Har-
riet Beth to Louis Morton Reiden-
berg, son of Mr. and Mrs Bernard
Reidenberg of Elkins Park, Penn.
Miss Levine is a sophomore at
the University of Miami, majoring
in education. She was a Young Ju-
daea leader and is presently a
nursery school teacher at Beth To-
rah Congregation.
Both Miss Levine and Mr. Reid-
enberg are graduates of No. Miami
High.
Prospective bridegroom is a
Senior at University of Miami,
majoring in accounting. He is a
pledge of Delta Sigma Pi. and stu-
dent representative for Marlboro
cigarets. He was first president
of North Dade AZA.
No date has been set for the wed-
ding.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes of
600 SW 21 rd announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, sha-
ron, to Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Feingold of Yonkers
New York.
The future bride graduated
from Miami Senior High and is
now a senior in the Oral Hygiene
School at Temple University. She
served two terms as president of
Tri Beta Council at Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
Mr. Feingold attended schools
in Yonkers and is a graduate of
I Diversity College ot New York
University where he was a mem-
ber of Rho Tsu Sigma, and re-
ceived his ROTC training and Ar-
my Commission as 2nd Lieuten-
ant. He is now a dental student at
the University of Pennsylvania,
vice-president of class of 1962 and
a member of Alpha Omega.
Mr an-l Mrs. Badanes are hav-
ing open house Monday. Dec 26
in honor of the young couple.
They will be married June 18 at
Beth David Synagogue.
PUklngtooj
MISS SHARON BADANIS
Teacher, Dentist Exchange Vows
fUAMM *VTM NANKIN
Beverly Rochelle Malin and Rich
ard M. Arnold, DDS, were married
Sunday. Dec. 18. 12:30 p.m.. at
the Balmoral hotel with Rabbi
Morris Skop officiating.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Malin of 7884 SW 34
ter.. attended the University of
Florida and served as president of
Delta Phi Epsilon. She is now
teaching at Air Base elementary
school.
Dr. Arnold graduated from Em
ory University School of Dentistry
and was a member of Alpha Epsi-
lon Pi and Alpha Omega, profes-
sional fraternity.
The newly-wedded Mrs Arnold's
gown was of satin trimmed in lace
and she carried while roses. Her
sister, Dorothy Malin was maid of
honor and Barbara Creber served
as bridesmaid
The groom's parents are Mr. and
Mrs Emanuel Arnold of 2432 SW
23rd st. His brother. Burton, was
best man, and Richard Licht, Z. B.
Gross. Melvin Doveramo and Ar-
nold Malin served as ushers.
The young couple will live at
1032 SW 79th st.. Miami._________
Mrs. Weinstein in Review
Thomas Wolfe, a Biography'
will be reviewed by Mrs. I. M
Weinstein for Miami Beach Chap
ter Hadassah Monday. 1 p.m. at
the Algiers hotel.
Small charge goes towards Ha-
dassah's vocational education proj-
ect in Israel Mrs. Philip F. Thau
is (haHynan.________________
Werner-Kalin
MRS. RICHARD H. ABN010
Eleanor Hankin To be June Bride
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8:30 p.m., at Dade Heigh'.s Jewish
Congregation. 1401 NW. 183rd St.,
the Men's Lodge will join in a
skit, "We The Jury."
Jerry and Jane Robinson will be
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Judith Elaine Mayfair and Eman-
uel S. Palgon were married in a
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evening in the Roney Plaza hotel,
with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz offi-
ciating.
A reception and dinner in the Im-
perial room followed the cere-
mony.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Lamont. 7940 Haw-
thorne ave. She received a B.\
from the University of Miami and
plans to teach.
The newly-wedded Mrs. Palgon
was attended by Mrs. Martin
Brown, matron of honor. Rose-
anne Kovnat. maid of honor, and
Mrs. Eva Bloom, maternal grand-
mother.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Palgon,
6615 NW 8th ter. He is a graduate
of University of Florida, attended
the University of Florida law
school and will receive a degree
in accounting from the University
of Miami in August.
His brother. David Palgon. was
best man. and ushers were Allen
Bornstein and Morris Goldstein,
, maternal grandfather.
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Rarshai Rosenbaum. son of Mr.
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Planning community-wide observance of National Jewish Music
Month sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, with the cooperation of the Ccntors Assn.. are these
members of the Festival committee. Seated (left to riant; are
Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer. Mrs. Murray Jay. Cantor Jacob Born-
stein. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Festival chairman. Cantor David
Annual Jewish Music Festival Concert
Plans are Formulated by GMJCC
r the 1961 commum:> lev i>h Community Center: Bureau
^ce of Jew of Jeui^h Krlucatinn. American
ish Sink Festival woe made at Jeish Costsjresa, Kliwidj Women's
^a of the Festival Divisioa Greater Miami Women'*
hi Id la-t week at the Auxiliary. J-ui>h Home for \
| n[ Mr- : --or. chair- \ii7rachi NatiOsUl Reprrent;iti\e
for Southeastern District; Greater
tii Chapter. Jewish National
Home for A-ihnuui Children
Layne Opens Six
New Golden Isles
Homes on Canals
Opening of six new waterfront
Conviser. Festival program coordinator, and Mrs. Mollie Fabric.
Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Kurt Wallach. Josephine
Adler. Leo Weinstein. Johan Berman. Herman J. Feldman, Nan
Cohen. Lillian Kraff. Al Mechlowiit. Sevmour Goldstein, Ro-
berta S. Zarger. Henry Hersh. and Norman Gladsden.
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The festival is sponsored annually
: Miami Jewish Goinmu-
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i is etu itive -i-cre
- npre-ented are
e l-rael Sisterhood; Temple
I: Shalom; Coral Way Jewish
^irhond; Harmony Chap- n"",e)' ,n Golden Isles vla< an
t(: B nal B nth; Tempi. Sinsl Sis nounced by H. B Layne. developer
I; Menorah Chapter. B'nai of the community on Intracoastal
Temple Ner Tamid Sister Waterua> in Hallandale. The
i Kmma LauriM Chapter of homes range from 2 bedroom. 2
Hadassah; Smith"ate Chapter of bath> to 3 bedroom. 3 baths and
..h Temple Israel; Beth dimming pm>l.
s '"' Tempta Me Th(.v are air conrll,ioned and
ni.r.n s.-terhood; Crealer Miami neaIed have fully equipped elec
trie kitchen, walk in ckSOetl two car
A Chanuka par'y will follow the
r meeting of Menorah Chap-
ter B'nai B'rith Women on Tues-
day at Miami Beach Federal Bank
bids, 4"! Lincoln rd.
The Meadaasea Maurice Fink.
Samuel Zaager and Koppel Schn-
eier are program chairmen and
-- will be Mead sines Solo-
mon Moses, Max Block and Max
Baylii
i age. and are lavishly land-
Marson. spiritual hv,'ry ho.mf *> n" f 1201ft
araterwa) cinnecteil with s;\ mi lei
of man-made, concrete ^eawalled
uaterw a> i
Golden Isles' nine i-land* were
Rabbi Herson is Host
Dbi
I of Beth Kmeth was host
on the "Still Small Voice. tele
\ program sponsored weekly
bj th< ter Miami Rabbinical
A- it last Suada) on WCKT. built b> Layne to meet the demand
ch 7 Hi- u lestl w. re represents in South Florida (or quality water-
tives it local chapter! "t national front residential and apartment lo-
^ I Judea. i dti
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Sarority Pledges
Phi Sigma Sigma's Beta Theta
chapter at the University of 111
ami recently pledged the following
^irl- from the Miami area: Carole
I (tea Applebaum; Marilyn Kroll;
Barbara Noroff; Debbie Shapiro;
Heather Simon; and Susan Jean
Zaients
Winter Program
For Children
A special v. inter \ action program
has been organized for children of
elementary age by the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Community Center at
all four of its branches The pro-
gram will be conducted both on a
full d;iy and a half day basis, be-
ginning Dec. 22 and ending Dec. 30.
Planned as a winter day camp.
children will be assigned to groups
according to their age. and will
be involved in such activities as
tripe, outings, athletics, games.
crafts, singing, and others.
The>e programs will be conduct-
ed at the Miami Branch. 450 SW
16th ave ; Miami Beach Branch.
1536 Bay rd : North County Branch.
11036 HI 6th ave ; and Southwest
Branch. 7215 Coral Way.
Beach High Boy
Wins Photo First
Lee Puefas, a -tddent at Miami
Beach High School, of 144 S. Bis-
cayne pt. rd has won the S25 Unit-
ed States Savings Bond fir-t prise
hi the Optimist Youth Apprecia-
tion Week Photography Contest
second prize was won by Steve
Raymond, and third prize by liar
vej RpseatheL
Contest judges were Ted Pre-s
M.ami Beach Sun photographer.
Wolfie Cohen, and Harry Goldstein,
patrons of the Miami Beach High
School Photography Club
The contest was under the super-
vision of Irvine C. Spear, lieuten-
ant governor of the seven Miami
Beach and Surfside Optimist Clubs,
and William Segal, photography
conte-t chairman.
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Friday. December 23, 1960
Chanuka Party
Held in Miami
Abraham Topol, preildenl
el Miami Htbrew Congregation
> rhond, announces thai Hebrew
',.] ^'.lulonts prcscntcil "The
Lang Mcnorah" at a Cbanuka
dinner last Sunday at 6 p.m.
I,rry Blue, radio and television
i. sonali v accompanied bimi
(n the accprdion with a program
i f I
( ommittee for the evening in
Met .mic. Harry H;i 1, Peter
Ml, Eafhar Solomon, Pay
\ intraul Philip Bendel and -
i el Siherman.
*Je*1st) fhridtiam
Chanuka Card Party
Mrs. Jacob Classman, president,
announced that a Chanuka card
I rty followed a paid-up mem
II i -hip meeting and brunch Wed
i sday, at Temple NerTamid. Spon
for was Miami Beach Afternoon
chapter of Women's American
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Membership Fete At Tifereth Jacob
Mrs. Josephine Haramel, presi-
dent, announced that a membership
party of Temple Tifere'.h Jacob
Sisterhood last Thursday evening.
commemorated Chanuka with ,i
Play. 'The Magic of Mcnorah," by
Bertha Newman.
Mrs. Lillian Newman is program
Chairman. Mrs. Thelma Wilco and
Mrs. Ada Roseman are member-
ship chairmen.
Mr- Gertrude Beck was in
charge ot refreshments. Past Pres-
idents were hostesses.
Lcpidus Gets Award
Renowned architect Morris Lapi-
dus was last week awarded
a citation at the annual "Night of
Stars" sponsored by the Jewish
Literary Foundation in New York's
Ma ison Square Garden.
Mrs. Samuel Mendelowitz, instructor at Beth Torah Conqreqa-
tion. is seen with members of her class before two murals de-
picting scenes of ancient and modern Israel that gained them
an award in the school's Chanuka room decorating contest.
Standing (left to right) are Mary Schacter and Steven Wein-
mger. with Michael Borenstein, Leonard Taylor and Jeffrey
Heymond in front of them.
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It's the Lillle Difference* that Make the Dig Difference!
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Dade Heights
Initiates Members
Rabbi Max Zucker. recently-
named patron of the Zion Or
age. initiated the entire Sisterhood
of Dade Heights Jewish Congri [I
tion into membership ot the Tem-
ple recently at a paid-up member-
ship party.
Sisterhood presented a play, di-
rected by Mrs. Selig Miller, pres-
ident, with Mrs. Paul Mitchell at
the piano.
Saul Galensky is chairman of the
drive to raise funds.
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Mrs. Ben Lond with the Chanuka Festival of Lights setting
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Friday. December 23. \%q
Israeli Singers at
Yiddish Theatre
Yemenite Israeli singers, dancers
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liare t tuneful I With them ii toe Matl ion Trio, and
rchestra playi f I 10011 and dancing. Johnny Ifathis,
wno .it that cafe last year, will open Tuesday.
Ths Seville Club Castanet has a fast-moving revue, "Fillies &
SillitS," starring Nejla Ates, long-time favorite at tne Latin Quar-
ter, and other tcp spots around th country. "The Turkish Delight"
is surrounded by a line of dancing girls, and supported by a big
eat), including comics Fisher and White, Melino and Hoilis, and
others. Lee Martin's orchestra plays for show and dancing.
Dm-a Costello sizzles in her revue. 'Crazy With The Heat," at the
-,i Uicsa in the Saxony. Cues; star is Miguellto Vakltt, "Mr
Don Casino mh^s and beads the orchoatra. The dance routinei
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Myron Cohi I attraction in the Deauvnlle's sock holi-'
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ilandviiitii rmeti can rejoice Tin French cuisine ranks
with the fines) here or abroad, and. as always, toe service is magnifique!
Ml M.nv.t. president of Jordan Marsh, and UaUT} Ashmann.
n \r were among the many prominent first-nighters enjoying
the always fine food oi Gray's Inn and its bright new decor.
No doubt most erf the table conversation at the delightful Candle-
light Inn must center on the activity of the Coconut Grove Play-
house. That's because many theatergoers make the restaurant a
dinner stopover before curtain time.
Now that 'Camelot" is Broadway's newest musical hit. I wonder
if Art Bruns' chef is coming up with a new dish tike a "Cain, lot Cas-
serole" for the King Arthur's Court men? Should be "natural" lor the
dining knights of the round table there!
With "The World of Suzie Wong" on the Flamingo Theatre screen
Al Goldman is paying a tribute to the fine f;lm by creating a Suzie
Wong" platter as an added starter on his menu And if you see the
movie, you'll see the connection Suzie is a delicious dish, both on
creen and at Fu Manchu!
* *
KOSHER CUISINE: The Waldman Hotel (formerly San Marino) jg
a bright newcomer for the Traditional dining in the Waldman
manner" is so well known to visitors and local folk
Mentioning dining slogans, Michel's, the I g-esUbliahed tsorntaooy
Isle n DdetVOUS. has come up with one appropos of its fine menu The
aristocrat of Kosher restaurants:" And it can also apply to it- caterilM
service
STAR
DAIRY, VEG. & FISH RESTAURANT
OLDEST AND BEST KNOWN DAIRY RESTAURANT
* SERVING LUNCH AND DINNERS *
* 18-h CONSECUTIVE YEA -#
TRY OUR SPECIAL ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS
841 Washington Avenue JE 1-9182
TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
NOW OPEN Serving Daily horn 5 PJI.
2729 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONES JEfferson 8-6109 JE 1-6651
til LUNCH OIHHfH SUPPf *
& LflC W aaoeen re ^H
C 1HIONI1I ^ tOO"lNC Sj*
in-
ngton
An original taste treat, Roumanian cheese bagels, are w
ning wide popularity at the Star Dairy restaurant on Washirtat
Ave., which is marking its 18th year at that location.
The new air-conditioned Gold Coast Dining Room at the Alamac
hotel, under the supervision of the Rosenthal family for 16 years. bo.i-N
excellent Kosher dinners, as well as superior catering service
Now open for the season is the ever-popular Kosher dtnlnil room
at the Royal Palm hotel on Collins, near Lincoln Road. Specially is a
de luxe seven-course dinner at truly reasonable prices.
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
^W^ ROSNII CATIRIIS
"V* frees fcors d'eeevres te e eeeaeJeM aeffet
"0 N. W. 5th ST.. MIAMI PHONE ft***
Under th Supervision of the Beth Din of Greater Miami
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR RMTZVANS RECEPTIONS


H ~'rJ!*Z?",~
friday. December 23, I960
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
Will Launch Building Fund Drive in '61
emtatM hrart Hebrew Institute tional program, the manv social
, iunch a building und drive and cultural activities of the
the annual banquet to be held lute will be effective in its promo
next year al the sterling ho- tion of Jewish fellowship.'
" "''' Institute, which is Diannino
Kabbi Isaac Hir,ch Ever stated to build a daj .,' ..,',
ihv -through an extensive educu- Talmudical College, will be affi"
RENTAL
t^l4_ of MIAMI
OPACITY
PAH IICILLINCI
OUTSTANDING
83g3 BIRD OAO
Miami ss. floroa
"MM CATERING
PERSONALLY SUPERVISED
TOR QUALITY .
CALL SMERY OREEN"
FOR WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS
AND OTHER AFFAIRS
CA 6-1744
[Med and under the lusplces of the
National Council for Torah Educa-
tion oi Mizrachi-Hopoel Hamizra-
Installation of new officers in
Men's Group, Young Men'i
Group and Siiterhood will also be
"ii the program al i e banqrfet.
ldath Israel Hebn m Institute
a I h .1 nu ka Festival on
1 ing to celebrate the
purchase ol land adjacent to the
main sanctuary and plans for a
modern building for fie Hebrew
Institute and Social Center.
B;ne!*M
Lunch and Dinner Served Daily
CANDLFLIGKT INN
In The Heart ot Coconut Grove
Banquet Facilities Cocktail lounge
Henry Leitson. Mgr.
-IZ. V C onlinenlal
B'aai B'rirh Girls
Statewide institute
One hundn I and fifty members
of All i Aleph and B'nai
B'rith Gil sol Miami will attend an
26 I al Camp
Owaissa Bau< r, Naranja, Pla
EH it of the
I i direi I ira of the BBYO.
of the ins
will be "World Peace," and will
be addressed at the opening session
by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, of
Temple Beth Am
y iih leaders v. ho will help de-
velop this theme ind idi U Sand-
ier, vice pre.ident of the state as-
sociation, and local members of
the BBYO including Kenneth Fried-
man, Mitchell Porias, Fred Camer,
Hazel Cohen, Delly Kleinman, Bet-
tye Gaines, Pearl Charnow, Bon-
nie Frankel and Florida's BBG
president Debbie Salter.
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
in Florida serves over 1.000 Jewish
high school youth in 40 chapters.
n hi n elegance
in Dining
is n tradition
SAY HARBOB ISLAND
'0-5 5th S"i-
a*im*$
incomparable
French Cuisine
9516 HARDING AVE.
o MIAMI BEACH UN 6-1654
AT THE PIANO IAR DAVID LEROUX
farband Nomination
Irving M. Sachs will conduct elec-
tion of officers when Mrs. Solomon
Halperin. chairman of the nominat-
ing committee, presents the new
date to Farband Ben-Gurion
i Branch. Wednesday evening at
Beth El Auditorium.
Bernard Furman, cultural chair-
i man, will talk on "The Newly elec-
ted Democratic Administration and
It's Reflection on Israel."
Hostesses for the social hour are
Mesdames Rebecca Ishlon and
Sonia Robbins.
KOSHER STYLE
Meet Your New Host "CAL" PONT
AT THE
SUNILAND DELICATESSEN
& SANDWICH SHOP
NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR
HOLIDAY PARTIES
TRAYS AND CATERING
: TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT
i BOXOFFICE OR BY MAIL!
I KIRK DOUGLAS
: LAURENCE OLIVIER
: JEAN SIMMONS
! CHARLES LAUGHTON
| PETER USTINOV /
llOHN GAVIN f[
ItonyTurtis
,, AnroniNUS
1 TtilewTtCMNIRAMAliBif"'i'"
Al I SEATS RESERVED!
TICKETS MMfiBLE
#t #u se#xs
STORES- GKeVHOUHD
TZKMIHHL "'""D
ffTCfWB-M/fiW-
Ml*RCL /***>
Sun.land Shopping Center Pbone CEdar 5-2313
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
EL DORADO Restaurant
435 N.E. 1st AVENUE
Miami, Fla.
FR 1-9529
OB liOH RE&AWAHT
AtfTMfWTIC MUCH CUISMt
128 N.E. 17th STREET ?3-
!
i
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Famous Tho World Over
EL MINERVA
"Miami's Finest
Spanish Restaurant"
-ARROZ CON POLIO-
-PAELLA VALENCIA -
Fine Spanish Cooking
in an authentic atmosphere
265 N.E. 2nd St.
pi, FR 3-955
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CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE
TODAY
IS AVE AT )4M I I r., .,
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THE SENSATION OF "AR0UN0
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GALA NEW YEARS EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW
RESERVED SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE
j PERFORMANCES DAILY THROUGH JAN. 2nd
Mat.. 2:45 all seat. 1.99 Eve.. 8:45 all "a's 2_S0
Special 11 A.M. show Children iOc. Adult. 1.50
LINCOLN THEATRE
555 Lincoln Rd. Mall JE 2-5556 JE 2-2734
HOPS THE GOOD NEWS YOU HAVt jjMfffP >K
LEON SCHACHTER w.LL
PRESENT HIS BIG TIME NEW YORK
YEDDISH AMERICAN
VAUDEV!LLE pupiscTWuREs0N
STARTING FRI., DEC. 23rd Continuous Every Day
Direct fro-n a Succe^ul tr,gaSW > C'> Mu$ie *".
For the FIRST TIME in MIAMI on Hm STAGE .n PERSON
"THE YEMINITE ISRAELI GROUP"
CAR10 C0RELLI GERTIE STEIN
AND LEON SCHACHTER H Person on Stage
CINEMA
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Mian,! Beach JE 1-6202
lOWfST PRICE ON r BEACH
MATINE5 W EVENING Jl
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+Jen 1st ncrMis *
Friday. December 23 I960
Hi Neighbors!
WE'RE OPENING JAN. 5th
TO SERVE ALL NORTH DADE
MW, MODERN, CONVENIENTLY LOCATED THR/FT
HEADQUARTERS FOR YOU AND YOUR fAHUY
Insured Savings Accounts
Home Mortgage Loans
Guardian &. Trustee Accounts
Organization Accounts
Saving By Mail
Payment of Utility Bills
Money Orders
Travelers Cheques
Notary Public
Information Service Department
All roads lead to the sparkling new office of Miami Beach Federal, staffed and
equipped to serve you quickly, efficiently courteously.
TO YOU AND YOURS
From the Directors, Officers and Staff J/
of Miami Beach Federal j}&
tw*
^
EARN A FULL YEAR'S DIVIDEND
Funds placed on or before Tuesday January 10th, earn
liberal dividends as of January 1st.
We maKe no charge to transfer your funds from anywhere
in the United States to our new 183rd Street Office.
1
18330 N W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI. FLA.
GALA OPENING CELEBRATION
Join our salute to the thriving, fast growing North Dade area January 5,6.7.
Refreshments and free gifts for all. COUNTRY SQUARE DANCE family style -
Saturday evening, January 7th. Bring the children.
INFORMATION DESK NOW OPEN
From now until the new office is opened on Jan. 5th. we invite you to visit
our temporary Information DesK... meet some of the people who will help
you with your day-to-day financial needs... learn the many ways we'll be able
to assist you and your family to reach your financial goals faster.
PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLE SERVICE
To acquaint you with the many services available at our 183rd Strset Office,
experienced members of the Miami Beach Federal Family are now making
personal visits to homes in your neighborhoods. Please welcome them. They
have valuable information for you... plus a package of practical and use-
ful gifts.
Many of the folks who will serve you from our new office* your
friends and neighbors. Assistant Vice-President La* W. Blount and hie
family reside at 3AO N.W. 13rd Tarraca. From left to nghl: Joan, t: Cliaabath. 3:
Mr Blount; Douglas. I; Mrs Blount: Lee Jr.. $; and Jeff try. 4. Mr. Blount Is that Mana-
ger of the new 183rd Street Off lea.
CURRENT
DIVIDEND
4*
P
b
per annum
MIAMI BEACH
FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
MAIN OFFICES: Lincoln Road Mall at Washington Avenue JE 8-3311
CHICK TM BHANCM OFFICE MOST CONVfiMIINT FOR VOU
South Shore Sunny Isles
8th St. aad Wash Av*. 2o Sunny Isles Blvd.
Miami Seach Suny Isles
Phone JE 8-SS11 Phone Wl 7-S44S
FREE PARKIMO AT MAIN OFFICES AND ALL MANCNBS
North Shore
301 71 at Street
Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-SS11


Friday. December 23, 1960
Ola
waries
SAMUEL LERNER
SI. of 744 J*ff< Ison ive., i!i. .1 11. IS
He cam* her* from Ho ion ..i
,.. Surviving ,ii. his wife, Kann)
M-. Including Alan lain. I
-, rv i .! I'-' i" :u Riverside Mi
,, ii i.i i 'Impel v\".i~hlnnii.il ave.
ALEXANDER SCHINKEL
I rii BW I III! .i
.. i Ii I -In. i .H..I .i tor nni
-i- a i u >
' .....i 18 yea .... fron
N.-w V..: k i Burvl :n.. aisle
.- \ i.' I I '' 20 .i I I i, i -[nil Km
ii. >al Home.
MRS. MARY MIZNS
78, iif 1*1:1 BW -"'ih avi died Dec. 17
r i, in! lo yeara a#c from i 'hi
e .< \<\ In. are hi i husband, laa<
two torn Including, Abe Mi 1/1 n
i .u, igjbtei in' hiding Mrs, Llbb,
i ,(.. ni'ii mill Mrs. Rachel Kara
H'K; 13 grandchildren ami threi
. ii .in' en Bel y .. ea wi re I lee.
nl (iorilon Funeral Horn*,
MRS. HELEN NEWMAN
;-.. of 1S*0 Hay dr.. died Dm. 16 Sh,
i .ime here six yearn ago fiom Clevi
l.nid. Surviving are a daughter. Mrs
s\ivia J. Oaten a son and tour grand
i 'iiiiini Borvtcei Were Dee 11 ai
kivijtslde Memorial Chapel, Normand)
l-le.
t *&%*!! Gol-DSTEIN
." "' >' A1"..... ...| Dec is
?urv vli ii>, .,. ,,
......' i
', ilci -
on, .
ii Hi I,;...
,.,:. '-
JOHN DAVIS
01 I ". W -,
<1 I"-.-. II II,
' paint, ...! lived ben
......"' no i."Hi ...r. v..,- 'fl,
:r.T;;;,.'" B **
* kist fkridictr
MRS SOPH.E WINT2
-. or 4*46 Alton ill. died |,,., -, sk
"",'. *ven .1,-.,,..,,,',,, Mi?,!
' '"' nd wa. :, ........,.
..,'," :"',,:"" *"*.....I, Hadassai
Paae 15-B
Ml. Slnal Auxins S Survlvlri.
'" >' husband Lewla II : ., di
' *<< WI its; .. i. .',,.., .,,
ire T n
\ rmand)
MRS. CUSSIE SELMAN
4.
ISIDORE WE.NER
of 181 KB and at., died I".
MRS. ANNA RIMLAND
v. of 14*1 sw _'i-i aw., died Dae, Ii
ime here rin, um^ ..u.. rim
i ivana. Surviving are her husband
mmi -i.n. Kim- and I n v Id; am
;i hjfrother, Bhlomo Renharl. Serving
were Dec. is in ffordon F'uneral Home
WILLIAM BURGER
41, ol .'"-'' N W 28th at., dl, 'II
I t ii.fr, T \."
j. ..I. in- u lf< vn glnla, .nni
ii brother. Paul Oolll* Services wer,
- with Newman Funeral Horn,
I -
7. of no \\\ nth el died Dm. 11
' was .. routed r. it.., and Ii iur
Iveil l.y his :. ,., and f|v,
'".''" M M" I.....thi Goldman an.
llss kaili, in,. .;,, ,i-,,. Sl..,,,.,.
>;ere in Plttsburfh with Oordol
>ineial Home in eharge locally.
MRS. LENA KLYMAN
J, of IIS! Alton ill., ilied Dec 11 Sli.
~ survived b) her husband, Son. .
on Louis, and two daughter*, Bonia
md Rose Klyman Services and burls
wore in New Tor* with Oordc
riineral Home In chaige locally.
ALBERT PELEPS
M s\v {in st.. iii.-.i Dee. II
wvlvlni .i three sisters Incliidlnii
ft. ..f n.i
MRS. ROSE I EATON
HW i-ii-' died I
I \.
.- ,\ ii. in
i l '
CRANK HERSHKOWITZ
INK
i .
I
BENJAMIN KEILIN
' HI
dl, I Dec. II He hi

. I '. ,!:
. I, Noi mi in1!
i-le.
.......' 'i wree rosier* .ti nntini.
Mis sadle FV ndrlcb, and two bri
- I >" II ,,i Uordoi
uneral Home
JACOB BOLHOVER
lied Dei
I, me here sli o from I -
roll. I ,..- hi- wif,. i
Bydm daaa i
ng Mi
ren. Herv Ic,
sere Hi i
LOUIS BECKERMAN
. i I .
> tlir,.
LEGAL NOTICE
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. ,N ANL
cOR DADS COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 60C12200
Till: SU M.l.l-YI., i,;|,-s
i IRI'I IH TII IN
i Klorlda ''.. i i.iii.i,,,

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITiOUS
MfMC I A til
NOTICE TO APPEAR
P 11 MK1NCKE and ISABEL
MKlNi'KE, In- wile;
M E. MITCHELL and 1"
MITCHELL, hi- wife;
RAT M WILEY and BK1
ii ,,..i i-.- >... ...^
Wo brothers, a sisier ami iw, Krantl
hllilien s.i vl, ,s were Doc. 4 a
\'ewman l-un.ral Home.
EMANUEL M. GERBER
:.. ..f i:;.."i \nnad ter., died Dec. I. 11
iad li*-<-n a resident ,,1 Miami Read
Of 1"' year* Survivinc an- a dauahtei
.Ii-- i\.ni.it. BiaZe; ..nil a sen. Samuel
', r\ I.- were Dec i in Riverside Me'
ni'ii..! Chapel, Washlncton ave.

'

ti
MRS. LILLIAN ZEIDNER
i.n p, nnsj Ivanla ave i i ---1 i
HJhi i .ii- i re sin ....i ago fron
d, iiih a Surviving are daugh
r, M M iier> Bn oki son, Ei -
., brotb< r and .. alat, I 8, n c, -
Rlvei aide M,
ion i
in: P
ML............- ,,,.
M !: MITCHELL and I" IRTH \
\~i>,.1,,-, ... ...
...I'.TIIA
\l WILEY, hi- wife
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIMEDtha
, snii ha- been fib il In the above
lyled Court by THE KM ALLEY
,im;i,-s CORORATION, .. I-I.ni.l.
'Orporatlon, the Plaintiff, for the put
"- "f qulotlni i ill.- i.i la nils describe
ir follows, lying and being In Dad,
'ounty, norlds!
The S\V 1/4.01 the RE l/l "f Ihe
N"\V I I i.i Becl i"n ii. Township -".'i
Smith. Range lu Bast, Dads County,
Kl.mila.
Yiir ark iu:,,irii:i:ii i.. file vn
ippearance or other defensive plead-
iiks tn the Bill "I Complalnl filed bi
his rase on or h.'fore the 2'ith day .
'annul y, IS4J1, or In II. n thereol I,
uffer a Deere, Pro Confeaso in *'
ntered aga Inat > ou.
DATED thli 16th day "f December
'960.
i: B LEATHFRMAN
"'. i It i Mr' .ni '"in I
-..,11 B] E II I. VNWAY
i utj i'i. rk
Ii 23-30, I fi-1.
1' i.nil I'.iiiri "i
'ounty, I-!.,ii la.
Ill il 1*1 iRPORATll >N
A lla. Corp.
IAR.....s'lliiMi'i-
uioi,,.-. for Viiplli
: Hlsiaj a, Building
l: 33-30. I i.-m
LEGAL NOTICE
VPS. REBECCA BTRUN N

N

Mi
'-

11 In
JOSEPH WEISSMAN
74, r.f | -'.'. II ter., died Be, II
..... ears ago fron
1 ..rk Burvtvtag are twos ni ncludlni
-r.,.i i;.. three daughters Includlnt
Mrs. Bertie Wlsotakj and Mn Oi
Ki.in. a brother, three sisters,
uno grandchildren and six great-
illdren. Korvfcca were i"'
n Rlvemlde Memorial ,'haiel, Douglas
MISS SALLY H. COLSKY
. \\\ lethal
......
:. ..
rd St., Miami I
Mi I., oa i'
Worthlngton Borvlcea were Dec. !i in
,,i Chapel, Alton id.
IRVING M. ROSS
SO of WOO SW It* -' died Dot S. He
Chicago and since IK
lanl ...... irer and offl.
of Miami Beach Federal Savinp and
Loan Assn.'s .-'" Bhpre Hranih. He
w.i- .. member of the Bo. Bhoro Optl-
mista. He Is survlv. .1 l.y bM wf
and two daughters. Ponna I.'nn
and Nancy Joy. BervlcM were Dot i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
;iTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. .N AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 11023
IATARPT .
M.M \ ':" LEE,
ORDER TO APPEAR
"

r to a ,
S.K '
......
the in
r,f the Clerk this C, irt, othi
fault ill i.....ni- red sgalni
K B. 1 EATHERMAN,
i'i, rk of 'I 'in lit C.....t-
,..,,, Bj K ,M LYMAN,
Deputy Cl< 'k
II I I
HARRIS WEINSTOCK m! Nancy joy. fennc,
4S, ,f :.7o BW Mnd st died Doc don funeral Home
H. cam* here 14 years ago from New
> "i-k and wan a member of Beth Ajb
>n.mor:.e Surviving are his wit.
a daughter. Lola; hla
Mrs Julia Wehaatock, and is
'i.h and Bolomon
. lordon r"uneral Home
ABE E. JORDAN
71, of lift:, lt'2nd st Ba> Harhi I I sli
\ retired m,
an>'
,-n N.I Sun i\it a ai i I
da ighters. Mr-
MORRIS H. FREEMAN _
73, of S34 s\v isl il dtod Doc. ''
::,, from Ea
c.inn and was member of i-
i-onsres tlon Bun sing are his n.
tWo da ighters, Mrs. M
and Mr- Bea4 i Brlner; five
ra in ludlng Meyer, and two
... wen !'' I m W
. nen I Hume.
VRS LILLIAN FREDMAN
M '<' '
... i- urvlved
i; y.r.i'i. M< mi rial C
MRS. GERTRUDE KORMAN


-'. vie,
Oiap.
MAX MILSTE N
ive died -
i years ai
nd two
h< n -il Rl< < ird
i-. L". in Rlv,
1 lUH el, Wa-lii'iv'on ave.
DAVID t. DENNER
i f 44" 'Hel
'
K|i.. .v.- t i'" ..... -
and ii.
her 1
' '
WILTON M. SHAPIRO
... .

i
ADOLPH FRIEP
en nt i. W .''' '
. i- '.'..
brother. RI-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, ,N AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 0C 6495
In Re:
Vd< ; ..11 'if
W V.NDA L125BTTE V*"iol>,
s Minor.
By JOSEPH LEE DAVlfi snd
IDA M-r.sK.TT ha vis.
'""n'otxe to appear
TO: ERNEST BAKER
(Address rnknownl
v, are hereby notified ) S
...name.)'
'" l'KK "AV'S r', u \\ V\
BBTT DAVIS to adopl WAM'A
' IZKTTE W OP
V .:, r, I rther notified lh
-'^.'
, |S a m ..n 'h.' -1-1 '.>
n"'

M LYMAN,
certificate of
corporate dissolut on
in the nave and by the
authority of the state of
FLORIDA
|-|. M.I. TO WHOM THESE PRE
SENTS SH \LL COME. I5RI ETIN'Sf
.MAN R I.V"N-
VMI, n.ORIDA DAPHNE I'
riN, lllAMI i
:i. \i. mi.wii r orida

\ RSI ITRE Sill
ISC
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State of 1

. I, ,HS EM 1*1 K
,
.. i | h, >.'.' ol -
[all the
stockholders undei th.......v alom ol
...,l ... Florida Statutes,
show ii -solution of ICl.....
uoratla ,
Sow, tb< refi re, the Bei tary ol
State doea her, hi certify lo the for,
and ih." h, l satisfied thai "in
requTremi nts ..( law hav4j i" oa
'* "lN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
hereunto iel my hand and have
affixed ih.' Oreal Seal ol the Stot,
of Florida, at Tallahaasee, the
Capital, thla the TENTH d*J ol
DECEMBER. A H I'-"
i-..,l, R. A. ORAY,
of Bute.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. iN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 6X12149
.INCEST C PROBST,
Plaintiff,
\ -
IARHARA ANN PROBST,
I I, l. inlanl.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I'll; BARBARA ANN PROBST
I Tylee Avenue
Worceatei. Mass
You are hereby notified thai BRI
if Complalnl for Annulment or Alter-
native Relief has been filed against
.hi. and you ^r>- herob) required i.,
erve cop) of youi Answer to said
ill of Complalnl on plaintiffs attor-
ney and file the original Answer In
ihe office of the Clerk of the Circuit
ourt on or before the (3rd da) of
laiuiMiy. ISHII; otherwise, the allege
ion- if the -aid BUI ..r Complaint will
taken as confessed against you.
Dated Ho- 13th da) of December,
MO
i: B LEATHERMAN
. "lei I. of Circuit i "out'
seal) B) : l(. II RICE, JR.,
Deputy Cloi k
I'AI.I \\..|'l A W M.I.Kit
tttorne) for Plaintiff
130 i.in. .in Road
Miami Ii..i. h, Florida
13 _: 10, I 6-13
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ii hapter 678 ol II......i
i -I 11 : 111. w '
id W rehouse Rec,
ACE-R I'. VAN LINKS. INC .
1 of Its
In |... .
..w ina .I- -' ,; ii property:
i; ...I- A- thi
W Mil I V" IRK, l3 N W
n I he 33rd da ol
[ the II hours
. ..
- \ w.
. I iin-
fo lo '
i. id, r f n '.' h in hand the
ty, as th,
rd Y irk,
Dati Miami. Mori la, ,;'
.....bei
ACE-R IV V \N LINES, INC.
12 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
he undersigned, d.-sirlns t.. eogag, n
ndei th, f.i tlous nat
ill mrs CNLIMITEDal 731 N M m I
iven ntendu to reg ster .....
wll I "'" '"
. HfRSCHAEFT
17 yearn, he rame her.
W V'a. "
w-nei of San "tan I.
. f .v
v "'- leant "e SI P "I^'JSa,"rd ,
andchllilren, a bn.the, and B f Memorial >' '
. .. as were De. II Ii Rlverow .., ln charge. ^^^__
Memorial ,'ha| el. Alton r.l
MICHAEL ORITZ
:. ..f m.-.i Ocean dr.. died I
..ime here 10 years ai" '" N,v* '''r.
id. was a retiud emt' the New
Y.irV Pom Sort-lvlmj an *i3a wig.
,. ilauetiter^ |fic|udll *!
FlArance K. SadOff and Mis J,
n: fhree- grendchlldren and
great-grandchildren Services
m Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Washington ave.
DAVIO M. dORSTEIN
-i.uth Baltimore. Md di-
ll He was a,Jewel.. ,,i,d contiUjPJeo
Beach charities. He I-
. b\ a daughter. Mrs
.1 Ml I, r, and a slstoi M
raveslde s< I
at lakeside Memorial feme'
IN THE COUTY JUDGE'S COURT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No S1252-8
in RE Estat, of
l.ll.l.l \N BRODIE BROWN
Dei'oas, .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Kslat.
You are hereb) notified and required
to in.-.in any claims and demands
which you maj have agalnat the esujt,
of LILLIAN BRI il 'IE BRI 'V\ N > -
, ,.,-, ,i late of Had.- County, Klorlda,
io the Count) Judges of Bade County,
ami file the -.'"> In their offices .In
Ih, Count) Courthouse In Dade t'oun-
t, ii,. Ida, a iliin laht calernmr
months from ih. date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will !"
bai i''i.
8AMCEL C BROWN,
V n n..tin
\K\i i| 11 SLOME
i. v
' In Road
Mian, Beach. Florid. M
h"2 *SSm "E Riverside Me^cTlst
HYMAN 9M-VER
U, f 1040 1BHI -<-."- ,\-..;Y,.rK
etjru he-elT year. unrt owned a jeweln ^_ ^ ,f(
"'V1 ,Vrs im-1'.dlng Rj
r", a Mrs Hose Raif
.,y Kr.tndler **, '
ISS-sJwS. Pun H, m-
was In charge
''!
^JACK B. WALLACE
Too>l NE llth ave died I"
me lierw seven years .
N Y and was a member of t*
-i'v vine are his wife. Ms. Pepper
ghter Mrs Kstell. ,,ni1.hiM-' ,
i.hildr.n. Secy ices were Dec -'. "J r>,verslde lloeBorlal
' Isle.
necnuarrn. r-^, ..^- !>.> 'n '" e.
- -rslde Memorial Chai-el, V- ;.y^, yr,i'l
NOTICE BY "UBLICATION
E'-HENTc^^cuuoTc^LucTR^T;oEF
No. 60C12268
.l.K SAMER,
l' ., i
r SAMER,
tSrr FOR DIVORCE
~ p1CTc\u.I
Vital,
. Othbir, '
notified that > u oi i
Divorce ha. been led ^' rwv
ns E%
eff. ; ,;-,"',;;. ,, von fan to
,,k" i1 f in The nil of Comp'alnt.
.hfTsou. > <
:. HERMAN. Clerk,
KWida
fjOLDM'AN "OLOSTEIN
,,_.,... ST. .'t
untiff i;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COU RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51434- B
In I'.K.
A. p RIED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO AI
nr C
.
1

otrntj
II i.L
,. ii
-.11 I.
...
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\.. i,i: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
'i di -ni"'- '" engagi n
i fit tltlous ni...... ol
rm: iiri.LY .mi.i.y bounceram \
. \ w !nd m Miami Inti
, with tin i
of Dade ounty,
tTCORP.
V
MAC MERME1 L

1980 S.
,N -HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 49648-B
""ili-^^IAXKSTKKN
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, ,,, noUflod and required
.x,,. ; MLVBHSTBBN
...
ARNOLD BLOME
., it.r
tRNOLP Bl OME, Attorney
;-i|. In ISoad
Miami Botv a, ne#M n_,0
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 60C11985
CJR 'il' RI'TKOSKY,
Put I
ROBERT RtTKOSKT,
lanl____
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO ROBERT RITTKOSK1
:,',-'.(, BOth Stn el
Jackson Heights. New York
Y.....tOBERT RITKOBKH at'eliei. -
D, notified that a Bin of CompUlntfor
lilvor.e has been filed against you.
and you are ,e.|,iir.il to serve a cooy of
our misw. r ..r Pleading to the imi of
, ..... pigbipfrt AUOMMT.
\\,;K1.'i a ALL *"" Alnsley l.mldm.
Mkunl 31 htorida and file the original
V,-, l'...',.M,.,ln..ieoffn'eof he
.,, thoarcult Court on oi boro
the 16th day of January. IMI. If 5-
fall to do so. lodgment hv difault wdl
,:, taken agalnrt you for the re ,ef d.-
manil.il In th< BIU of Comi.talnt.
This nolle, -hi!' '"' publish..I ''"
,,Th w.eU for four "on.-.'.ii.i- v.
THI! JEWISH FIOLIIHAN
DTTNE VM> ORDERED at Mland.
,,,.,, ., 2th daj of n,,'.',..b.r.
V D y'\\ l^KATHl i:\lAN.i"1.ik.
: County, Florida
, LYMAN,
l.,k
\v,;i"i
t i.' \ 'ing
Miami r la.
Attor,,' '" ,, ,,
I
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+Miit nrrrt&r
Friday. Dece~ibr
OnHOCOI 1AAO HA*>MUTM Of ROA
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EVERY MANXS HOPE
EVERY MANXS PRAYER!

^~The last candles have flickered out. The Feast of Chanukah is
^ over. It reminded us again of the victory of Judah the Mac-
cabee over the Syrians and Greeks the victory that restored
Jerusalem and brought PEACE to Israel.
Just a few intervening days then our Gentile friends,
our fellow Americans, celebrate the birth of the one to whom they
look for PEACE. The beliefs vary ... the customs and rituals eman-
ate from different sources and find expression in ways peculiar to
ethnic groups.
Yet with all the variance Jew and Gentile have one
thing in common ... the hope for PEACE. This hope seems to rise
to a crescendo as the year nears an end. PEACE will prevail when
man's tolerance, his love for his neighbor, grows stronger than the
ritual that separates them. To this end let us hope and pray. And .
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