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II "Jewish Floridiaii Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY one 34 — Number 2 Miami, Florida, Friday, January 13, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20 upon the resumption of its plenary meetings. Lpuis Segal. American Laboi-5Zionist leader and member of the posed the disbanding of all ZionJfcwkh Agency executive in New j t parties outside of Israel because \ork told the committee on im..„ are nothi bu( stumblin migration and absorption that 10, hItK ks .. t0 the expansion and unitv 000 American Jew*have settled in of tne Zionist movcmcnt He add Israel >:rue e>!ab.i,hment of the e(i hat it was w to consfantIv Jewish State He said that 70 percent had become integrated and that th. pace >: \merican settlement" ainerej-:-.Hoad.iedth.it the figure for '. .1l.'juo -•. %  • tiers'ol •.'. horn 2 %  • %  tame initially as tourists The Congress heard the views of ether American Zionist leadbear down on non-Israeli Jewry while stating simultaneously that a full understanding between all Continued on Page 5 A Gen. Haim Laskov, who has just completed three years as Chief of Staff of Israels Defense Force, will be principal speaker at the UJA national inaugural conference Feb. 5 on Miami Beach. (See Paae 3-A.) Congress Airs Kennedy Aim On Migration WASHINGTON—(JTAV—liberal i immigration quotas are one of the legislative measures almo.-t cert | ass the new 87th Co --. which haopened here. A number of legislators in both Houses gone on record as planning to fight ."or a liberal immigration bill in session. They can be certain of support by the Administration. One of the immigration bill. M + Dr. Israel Goldstein outlined [criteria for determining "the nt realities and the future sets" of American Zionism. Ha listed them as 1. Financial avpport of Israel; 2. Moral suppart of Israel; 3. Jewish education; A. Immigration to Israel. Declaring that most of the fundFinal Resolutions Emphasize Means of Pressing Aliyah JERUSALEM — (JTA — The A resolution dealing with Jewish 25th World Zionist Organization, education and culture in Jewish which was scheduled to close Moncommunities outside Israel called ..,.,:,.,. on WZO members to mobilize "the raising new is in the hands of nonday night, held its closing session bes( ;pintual forces a nc material ZtMJsts. Dr. Goldstein stated that Wednesday, in view of the fact that means for the consolidation, exa "ifcare ot the blame for the fact, inter party negotiations for the pansioo and intensification of Jew mm* be allocated to the GovernCO mposition of a new executive of ish education, "based on Jewial ot Israel He warned that, with the establishment of the new Jewish Agency, administered by a non-Zionist majority, the spending of the monies will also be in the jurisdiction of non-Zionists. However, he stated, this is a development that cannot be reversed. Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the American Zionist Council. told the Congress that American Zionism was a "precious treasure" for Israel, for the Zionist movement and for the Jewish community of America He warned lead-; ^ Mtd the prwidTJm" V~the h language." The resolution makes it incumContinued on Page 2-A l posit the Jewish Agency brought no retradition and the Hebrew suits Monday. In a resolution ar'opted by the Congress, the Jewish Agency executive and the Zionist Organization of America were requested to continue working toward incorporation of major American Jewish organizations into the World Zionist Organization. Zionist regional bodies were asked to take similar steps. The Congress ratified the poticy adopted by the Agency execbe introduced has the specific endorsement of President elect John r Kennedy Rep. Alfred E. Santpnvelo released a letter from Mr. Kennedy, dated Oct. 8. in tne proj osed bill was d< si ril "a sound basis for legislative action." Rep. Santangclo. a New York Democrat, included four provisions in his bill: 1. To allow over 40,000 persons 1 row separated from their families in the U.S. to enter the country outside the quota system. 2. To base the national quota on upto-date census reports, instead of the 1920 census. 3. To distribute the unused quotas of some nations to those with more prospective immigrant* than their quotas. 4. To authorize the Attorney General to admit up to 60,000 refugees a year. Bills to Prohibit US Accession To Arab Boycott WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Bills to prohibit United States agencies from imposing contractual provis.<>:> which put ships trading wit'i Israel a economic disadvantage were introduced in Congress last H eekend. The bills were prompted by practices followed in the past by the Navy which were considered as a "surrender to the Arab boycott." ers both in Israel and in the Unit ed States neither to tamper with nor to underestimate this potential. Ezra Shapiro, of Cleveland. proZionist Actions Committee regarding the rights and obligations of organizations that will become atsociate members of the World Zionist Organization. Baltimore B'nai B'rith Quits Interfaith Council in Protest BALTIMORE — (JTA) — The ing among the citizens of the eomB'nai B'rith lodges of Baltimore munity. revealed this week they have withCourt Reserves Decision On Aramco Appeal Case drawn from membership in the Baltimore Interfaith Committee. due to the fact that one of the sponsors of that committee. Boumi Temple Shrine, fellows a policy of anti-Jewish discrimination. The announcement was made by Dr Samuel Friedman, of the Presidents Council of Baltimore B'nai B'rith lodges The Interfaith Committee was orThree Democratic members of the House — Mrs. Edna F Kelly, Some of these measures were inHerbert Zelenko, of New York, and eluded in bills introduced in prevThomas J. Lane, of Massachusetts — reintroduced bills to prevent any Continued on Page 16-A tjjg Department or agency to enter into any charter containing provisions which would make ship owners liable with expenses incurred, if their ships are penalized by Arab authorities for having traded with Israel. A clause to this effect was included in forms of the Military Sea Transportation Service, inviting bids to carry cargo, mainly oil, for the Navy. The clause was intended to d : scourage ships trading with Israel from participating in these bids, since an oil tanker was refused facilities by Saudi Arabia for having traded with Israel, and the ship's company sued the Navy for damages. When these practices became public knowledge about a year ago, tinounclr. the withdrawal, after having been followed for two The reason for B'nai B'rith's withdrawal — voted by the executive committees of all Baltimore B'nai B'rith lodges — is the continued ciscriminatory membership policy of the Boumi Temple of Baltimore, a professedly non-sectarian organization, which nevertheless bars members of the Jewish faith. canized over .14 years ago by the r) r Friedman stated: "B'nai B'rith year-, the Navj came under sharp Knights of Columbus, B'nai B'rith. believes that this exclusionary polcriticism bo h in Congress and in and Boumi Temple Shrine. Coopicy of Baltimore's Boumi Temple the press. Following the public inALI!ANY-(JTA)-The Court ol Anneals reserved decision this week eratjng Wlth he ma hagement of v i uch is als0 re gretted bv many ?n tion over the "surrender to on an appeal !>> the Arabian American Oil Company from two lower tnp Ba j t more orioles, the Commitamo ng Boumi Temple's memberthe Arab boycott." the Navy ancourt uliiiKs that it has no right to question job applicants about their !ee inspired the annual Interfaith smp ^ urU q Ue j n shrinedom. and nounced that it will discontinue religion The oil company's appeal was opposed by the American Jewish Baseball Came designed to proCtwgre which accused Aramco of serving as the 'tool and agent" mote better interfaith understandContinued on Page 5-A tidi Arabia in screening Jews* Continued on Page 16-A employment both in Saudi ia and in the United States. Ihad Polier. chairman of the Commission on Law and lal Action, asked the court to lold decisions by the State reme Court and the AppelDivision calling on the New State Commission Against crimination to probe charges Miat Aramco's job practices viola** the state Fair Employment Law. In a friend of the court riff presented at the hearing fJw National Assn. for the Adpeament of Colored People sup) Continued on Page 3-A PEACE-MAKING STRUGGLE CONTINUES BEHIND THE SCENES Showdown Delayed on Gurion Lavon Battle JERUSALEM —(JTA)— A final secretariat. That meeting was a four-week vacation after preparshowdown in the broiling dispute postponed until after the close of ing and signing — but not submitbetween Prime Minister David lne 25th Wor i d Zionist Congress, tine — his resignation. Ben-Gurion and Pinha s L a v on The request for postponement was which has triggered a deep rift made by tWQ other Mapai i ea ders. in their Mapai party, was P ost f orme r' Premier Moshe Sharett poned this week while peacemakand Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. ers struggled to find an acceptable who has been trv ng t0 mediate the at numerous meetings of Mapai groups and labor councils — was that he should not resign. formula The showdown had been sched struggle. Mr. Eshkol has been serving as Deputy Prime Minister uled for a meeting of the Mapai' since Mr. Ben-Gurion departed on Mr. Ben-Gurion has demanded A flood of telegrams and let, nat ;ne M apa i majority on the Cabtars reportedly was pouring into j ret reverse a vote of approval tor the office of the Prime Minister a unanimous Ministerial committee and of Mr. Lr.von, secretaryre port exonerating Mr. Lavon >£ general of the Histadrut. The' responsibility as Israel Defense theme of the appeals to the Mm* Minister — also echoed Continued on Paqe 11-A



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Page Jen ##• ffrridiTtn Zionist Resolutions Emphasize Aliyah Program TI„ roneress noted t\ Continued from Page 1-A bei upon every Zionisl that he assure a Hebrew education for his children, and appeals i>' all kej MI rkers in the Zionist movement io learn Hebrew and use thai language in public activities %  Congress appealed io Jev i e Israel to send their children ol high school or univeraitj level to Israel for al least a years study, iv facilitate Hebrew ies abroad, the executive is pledged b) the Congress to provide textbooks, reading materials and other stud) aids One resolution urged thai the present Hebrew University stud} plan for American students be expanded. This measure also called |0i a system oi "one year's service in Israel" for European Jewish youth, atul a year of study and work tor American youth. The broadening of the trend of youth pilgrimages and of Bar Mitivah journeys to Israel was also urged by the Congress. In general, th Congress stated, 'the mastering of the Hebrew language by the masses of Jewish young people in the lands outside Israel must constitute a central plan in the Zionist educational program." Throughout manj of the res %  heavy stress was placed bj %  Congress on youth and educa "Jew ;*h an tv i "enregard to Tenth grade students at the Mesifta Hiqh School of the Hebrew Academy are on a tour of the laboratory at Mt. Sinai Hospital. The tour, part of the school's community-living proqram, was arranged by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Left to right are Stuart Werner, Dr. Jerome Benson, director of pathology at Mt. Sinai. Jerry Aranoti. Myron McKiernan, biology instructor at the Mesifta' High School', Howard Lauer, David Shapiro, Melvin Lerner. Ira Marcus. Dov Wainberg, Ivan Esterman. Not shown is Larrv Cimer.t. THE YIVO FORUM Metli litry Saturday, 8 PM. MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOL 1420 Washington Avr Mjr->. Brj:h BATURDA\ S -4 n Engis' Subject Ht Nil te and work i Cantor Z*v Lipson of Conci SffDjvid Son?s of Zion and Israel LONG-DISTANCI MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York New Jer ley. PhiledfLph.o Boltimorr Wash injten, lasted oil other paints. DIAL JE 88353 M. lleberman & Sow 6S5 COllhNS AVI. MIAMI IEACH RETL'RS LOAD RATES tion in the Dii one of the %  : res >lut : stal I c insl tute the major a m of I movenu The Congr >ss calli rgai %  • : rra • i : %  %  %  %  • the .. i first World entioti an for the convening of a .-•< similar gathering which would establish ., permanent, common framework for all organixed Jewish youth." The Congress called upon the Jewish people of the world to raise SI. 000.000.000 within the next ten years for the building of Israel. The resolution reaffirmed a decision that the Keren Hayesod 'shall be the only fund of the Zionist Organization to conduct campaigns tor Israel It made it obligatory MORTGA6ES $500,000 Private Monty CHAS. HIME Pirwo o iot or Ceojrmctieo loom o Mow or OM Prooirtitt Uo>r CeastnrctiM o.CeaaoWr*e\ Will toy or Mofei loom M lm MS CAlUMET HOC. CJA Is Everyone's Responsibility GIVE SOW! Mayshie Friedberg Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky •45 MICHIGAN AVt., MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 1-35*5 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's leading Memorial Dealers" Urvimf NM Jtmitk COM %  •erry $ioewtce Prescription Specialists NOW IN TWO MODERN Al* CONDITIONED ENLARGED BEACH LOCATIONS MORE PARKING SPACE CONVCNIENT TO BUSES 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phono JE 8-7425 Entr. Washington Are. Meitaniee 728 LINCOLN ROAD Phono JE 1-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FIllEB CONTACT LENSES mist organizations and on instil • ns assisted bj the J< Iger • refrain I n I %  : i %  • • bj the Agi n<} i x ve Jews outsid* Israel an ( %  ( ingri ss to s %  Utl -" '• shortag I prei ex of Youth Alij tion In another reso gress appealed "to th< peopie. wherever they ma> be come to Israel by the thousands. SO BS to live a full Jewish life, help build the country', nd reconstruct their own lives tINSE HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIII Won't Upoet The Stomach Aniein* not only fivii itrong*r, lu:i' relief from pain of headtcbo Vat la • ]'• Won't '• %  the itomach and %  no bad iffecti. Too aee. Anacin la like a doctor'a prooarlption. That to, Anacin contatnj %  ot 'ait ana bat a eambinattaw of r adically proven, actlra inf radiinu. nantlfte rowarck hat prorad a 0tnaU drug can (ITO lack itrong y4 OOJOB aaia r*Ua< ao "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION FOB TOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. "AiT" • "MAIM" %  "HAV TOM TEXACO tOTT Coral Way & S.W. 27th Avt. 140 S.W. Sti ft. < TT T -" W WE INSTALL GLASS row KM in nnrosE STORE FRONT PLATE AN* WnNOOW GLASS fvrmifvrt Toot, ttvtki RJirrorl ooj Rf lihr'ima Our Sa*cio/ty 1 L & C. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS ^*& 13* S.W. Ith ST. Aforrii OHim f1wti H Mitt RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEl FUNERAL DIRECTORS Phone JE 1-1151 MIAMI BEACH 1250 NORMANDY 0lVE 1234 WASHINGTON AVENUE I8J0 ALTON ROAO MIAMI 1717 S* 3.h AVENUE Ml Mill 24-Hr. Ambulance Service At>e E tenbe-'g it" S Blib'j F 0. Nr* >ork: 76'h S' 1 A"l>-di, A.



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1 Friday. January 13, 1961 vJenist FkrffdH&n Page 3-A Gen. Laskov to Speak Here for UJA Barbara Pasciak, 1264 NE 147th st., a student at North Miami Jiujior High School, receives a S50 U.S. Savings Bond as first prise in the Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge, B'nai B'rith, annual Americanism essay contest held in the Dade county schools. Making th# presentation is Edward A. St in, contest chcirman, as Raymond Boniske, ledge president, looks on. For Barbara's achievement. North Miami Junior Hiqh School will also be presented wHn a 50-star U.S. ilag. Runners-up were Glenn Saiger. Oak Grove Elementary School, and Delores Lanier, Booker T. Washington High School. Subject was "How Can 1 be a Better American?" Washington Aid To Lydda Airport WASHINGTON'-! JTA i— An allocation of S2.600.000 in United States and Israeli currencies, to help finance the modernization of Lydda Interna •< %  .•' Airport in Israel, was jointly announced by the U. S. Export-Import Bank and the Development Loan Fund. 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Chief of Staff of the IsraeLAefeneeeToree unui last month, arrived in the United States from I.M-ael on We. nesday. via Kl AI Airlines to beyin a month-long speaking tour on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. Gen. Laskov has undertaken a strenuous schedule in his mission here, addressing a score of meetinys throughout the country Highlighting his tour will be two special appearances. He will be the main speaker at the UJA national inaugural conference at the Americana hotel in Miami Beach on Feb. 5, to spark the opening of UJA's nationwide drive for $72,740,000 to aid immigrants in Israel and distressed Jews in 26 other countries. On Feb. 8, Gen. Laskov will speak in Chicago at the dinner honoring Philip M. Klutznick, UJA's newly-elected general chairman. Rabbi Herbert A Friedman, UJA executive vice chairman, expressed "our deepest gratitude to Gen. Laskov for accepting an arduous civilian assignment with no breathing spell alter his exacting threeyear term as Chief of Staff." Gen. LaskOV retired from Israel's top military post on Dec. 31. Prior to becoming Chief of Staff, Gen. Laskov served as commander of the Southern Region. Gen Laskov originally was scheduled to visit this country later in the year. He agreed to advance Court Reserves Aramco Decision Continued from Page 1-A ported the American Jewish Congress position. Aramco's attorney argued that the company asks job applicants to state their religions because it must comply with a ban on the entry dt Jews In Saudi Arabia, where Aramco conducts its operation Chester Bordeau. counsel for Aramco. also said that American political interests in the Middle East require that the company be granted an exemption from the state anti-discrimination law. The American Jewish Congress attorney countered by charging that Aramco uses the religious question on its job application form as a device for barring Jews not only from employment in Saudi Arabia but also from jobs in its New York City operation, where the company has more than 800 employees. The Congress .-poKcsman cited State Department commitments. I'.S. Senate resolutions and other evidence indicating that "our government opposes the discriminatory practices of Saudi Arabia and does not condone the importation of those practices into our own country." his trip because Israel's Minister forced to change his plans to visit of Agriculture, Moshe Dayan, was the United states for trie UJA. 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. 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Fcge 4-A +Jewisi> fhrkHart Friday, January 13, 1961 "•Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-46C5 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 _a> -•* %  %  — %  — FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every FrKUy *M IMI by Tb F"lrt at ISO S.E Sixth Street. Miami l. Floridi. tnj %  :. M m.tt.rJulj I. -• £"' Office of M.ami. da. .inder the Act Of Mai -!i 3. IS.*. The Jewi.h Floridian ha, absorbed the Je "j* "C'Vip'h"* the J.w.sh Weekly. Member cf the Je ^. 7*'^ v.*t Afjenc*. Sen A-t. Fe.itur. Syndic.•• Wo'ld"'* *•*" Servce. National Editorial Assn. *7 1e /."",„„ A n. Enoliih.Jewnh Newspaper, and the Florida Press m, Jewlrb Klorl llai does m '\'~ n '•>... rhan<1l< •i • ''•' %  '•' """ SUBSCRIPTION One v es is 0 Thr Year. J'O 00 Volume 34 Number 2 Fridav, January 13, 1961 25 Tebet'5721 A Oiyfded People e "honeymoon" between a r.ew President and his Congress eraHy accorded to last seme President-elect Kennedv hai apparently hoped to extend cd :: sweetness and grace in 3 wJ :. :.-. oi pre-inaugural business tat parallels with little or no precedent the presumably h:gh-gear activities Capitol Hill in recent years. Introduced into Congress since i's resumption of sessions has been c senes oi bills aimed at dealing with tne nation's shameful immigration laws. The battle over immigration is set against a backdrop of long end sad history. The present McCcrrcnWalter Act was vetoed by President Truman a decade ago, but won a return bout when Congress overrode his blistering attack against its origins guota provisions. President Eisenhower pledged during his 1952 campaign for office that he would work toward a repeal of the act. He made a similar pledge in 1956. At no time since its passing into law has the McCarran-Walter Act been seriously threatened with repeal. What the Administration did was to pass an Emergency Refugee Relief Act in 1953-4, thus permitting some 214,000 persons into the United States above existing guotas. This act, within a brief time, found itself neutralized by vicious political considerations, including a squelched scandal that involved Edward Corsi, the President's personally-chosen administrator cf the emergency measure; John Foster Dulles, the late Secretary of State; Scott McCleod. our present Ambassador to Ireland, which almost refused to accredit him on the basis of his identification with the McCarrcnWalter Act; and a broad gamut of articulate spokesmen for the late Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy. The origins quota concept is a scd enough commentary on the tradition c: this nation's presumably open door, so eloquently symbolized by the Emma Lazarus inscription at the foot of the Statue of Liberty. But the Congressional debate attending the battle over the McCcrran-Walter Act surpessed by far the vicious intent of immigration auctas. Both its sponsors, the late Sen. Pat McCarBETWEEN TWO HRES ident Truman's veto — a day that found former Sen. Herbert Lehman in tears in one of the Capitol building's corridors — to the hour Sen. McCarthy first sensed the opportunity to use the McCarran-Walter Act as another sledge in his arsenal against Communist invasion, this act has been a source of shame to America abroad and a frustration of its historic ideals at home. The pre-Kennedy Administration moves to adjust the inequities in this piece of legislation are in consonance with his philosophies as expressed in his book, "A Nation of Immigrants.'' which The Jewish Floridian is currently reproducing. (See Page 10-A for final installment. It is in consonance with his belief that a people divided against itself by origin can not, indeed, be a people. Age Takes the Spotlight It would be difficult to assess what precisely can come out of this week's White House Conference on the Aqinq. Not the least of the ccnoffered up some of the most patently antiSemitic arquments in defense of" their legislation. Indeed, iust about all Europeans who could lay no claim to being Protestant and of Anglo-Saxon origin received their share of oppressive criticism as potential American citizens. From the day that Congress overrode PresAliyah and Zionism Related the final days of the present Administration. Ii it is, indeed, the President's conference, how can we conclude that, in the waninq hours of his office, he will come up with any serious recommendations concerninq one of the nation's most serious domestic problems? Nevertheless, one thing is certain: What we call the senior citizen" for want of a better term must be given increasing attention during the years ahead — if only because he is rapidly becoming a numerically significant part of our total population. The Jewish community has a lona and The resolutions emeraing out of the deliberations of the 25th World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem are heavily qeared toward coping worthy tradition of respect and coiTcern'ToMhe with the problem of Aliyah. aging and aged. Locally, the many programs It will long remain a matter of speculation geared for senior citizens by the Greater Miami whether such would have been the case withJewish Community Center. Jewish Family and out Prime Minister Ben-Gurion's blisterinq atChildren's Service, and Jewish Home for the tacks aqainst Zionism on the floor of the ConAged, among others, attest to this fact. gress, in which he dwelt lingering!'/ and significantly on just this problem. The resolutions make good reading. (See Page 1-A.) They inspire noble feelinas of intent, and offer uraent warninas of disaster in the event Aliyah as a central concept of Israeli survival fails to be qenerally recoqnized by Jews throughout the world. But there is nowhere in these resolutions the feelina that Aliyah has become the ideologic touchstone of Zionism in the same way that the vision of a Jewish homeland in Palestine was once the movement's central reason for being. On a national level, it is heartenina to note the leading role that the Synaaogue Council of America assumed at the White House Conference on the Aging, including the participation of such renowned Jewish philosophers as Dr. Abraham Heschel, whose presentation before, the White House Conference on Youth last year was considered by many observers to be one of the highlights oi the gathering Whatever the result:* of this week's conference, it is to be hoped that the nation's sympathetic understandinq of the problems o' 'cur aging enlaraes rapidly and with perceptive understanding. r during the week ... AS i see ii LEO MINDLIN by DRIME MINISTER Be %  Qurios has reconstructed the -uhstance of his befoca the 25th Werld Z i at (rest. He now crie< with respect to thepn interpretation of his quoti the Talmud: "Whosoever dw< Us outside the land of Israi considered to have no In this delicate task. Mi Gurioo lias the able assist %  among others ol Max Bressler. president of the Zionist Organ of America and Dr Emanuel Neumann, honorary president. Both these men. in a letter .'an. 3 to The New York Tin !h( Times to task for its original report of the Prime Mini-!. controversial address charging that the Talmud quotation ha lilted oul ol contexi thai the report of Mr. Bco-Gurion'a tv ,.,,!; .... icd the Premier's words, which were ain I, ws from all over the tree world bo a spii | m the upbuilding of the it • Stati 'i Israel .... I, w .„;. |jsh for i I r, Zionist or therwisc I %  n the past, liber ill) \< r sed UM O| tan %  ol Zionism, sp< i and the em rail) Indei Prime putation in this Si n letter does is t< e the I i i the Times, whi re I '• % %  %  size th< implicit "G< lowngi more substa all) not negati by thi : -:FRACTIONAL ISSUfS M THE SPOTLIGHT ;OR THE FACT n n ains that Mr Ben-Gurion I issui h > i _r. i i.. r .1. i _. -.1 I his profoundly-fell hope thai thi oi Jewish immigration from the Western world would ultimate li undue attention h;is since been paid the former at the expi the latter, it is a turn oi events Mr Ben-Gurion, himself, might have of Ii thi easilj predicted. In the first instance, he publicly vowed to refrain from such critical comment during the course oi the Zionist Congress. In the second instance, however much he now seems to want to minimize the significance of his Talmudic reference, the fact remains that, having ma le it. he broke the vow. Many American Jews, long nettled by Mr Bi Gunon's needling commentary on their affairs, responded in pre tioned fashion. Hence, the 'misinterpretation;" hence, the current quarrel. The sad result of this development is not alone that the ac< was placed on the allegedly wrong aspect of the Prime Minister address. It is equally sad that far more fundamental questions ha\e once again been obscured as a result of the massive and negative reaction to his ill-conceived formulation of them. By making the destiny of present-day Zionism his particular i i noir. and by reacting wildly against diaspora Jewry's failure to mca-ure up to his concept of massive Aliyah. the Prime Minister is no less guilty than the Times of emphasizing fractional rather than total issue-. For the problem is not Zionism — or even the diaspora. The problem is the future of Israel — the future of the Jewish people, wherever they may be living. -:• •:.• 4 SUItS Of CHAIN MDUCTIONS IF MR. BEN-GURION had been given reasonable opportunity to elaborate, he would almost surely underscore the easily-grasped n lationship among the three basic factors that the quarrel tended to isi as individual phenomena and to make seemingly irreconcilable: Aliyah, diaspora Jewry, and whither Israel.'" For one is a function of the other, and all three are mcrch ticated divisions of a simple totality, it must not be forgotten thai Mr. Ben-Gurion is .,n accomplished student of history. By hi-' I do not mean the chronological accumulation of human events capacit) for example, to tabulate the dates of significant militan ties. I mean, rather, the ability to see the general in the sp — simultaneous patterns, whether in conflict or in unison, deriving from man struggle to exist and to survive. rhis talent Mr Ben-Gurion has in copious quantity His pro:-. ments are tempered by it. his visions fashioned accord.ng to itp ti< ular strengths and weaknesses. Thus, when the Prime Mini-" I sharply critical of the Zionist movement todav. he aims a mortal at what he considers to be an ideology whose purpo>e has been I Should no loi g< r exist. In Zionism's struggle toward the ach %  n ol its continuum, he deduces nefarious purpose: kelf-perpctu for its „v\n sake. He a!-o deduces diaspora Jewry's alleged unwillingness to ;• tne completion oi the vision — to give upGalut for life la Israel il< tne survival ol Zionism beyond the logical conclusion of itP tor Mr iten Gurion sufficient reason to uifcr a dream state ex in the more brutal ttrms he hai used 0 occasions, a condition of schizophrenia. A VI-'ON OF WHAT MAI Bf HIST0K1 2>ONISM THUS BECOMES an instrumentality for rational; ,'" '"'" %  ""' community outside of isra< When • ;''"' need to "build spiritual bridges to "reei Y" %  '," 7 :N ; 1(l "• "strengthen the tradttioi ', !" %  world." Mr Ben-Gurion is merely eonfii BIS V;' W ; th< r U HOW been totally reversed. •frJ-fhiH! ?. '" lhe noi f ,no diaapora-Aliyah relationship ; • u'hen,,,^ oi one ..the cause of the weakening of the Othe. 'he .';'.',, ,'!" ': l,n: rl "-'t<-i> somewhal less dear in his dc I ; M ;;; | ""S relationship and ,ts impact on the question of "whither a r !" l i ;,M,n ; i ar V'"P:' m >t Primarily, he is mortailv fearful an evC.u I,',; I "'^ i 5 "" ^ l] ,loom for ht ,ewish Sl hes it-. "" "I ,r, :" Ts not "> consider. There is also the im| thf W "VK'" 1 """ 1 IU,; ,,V A1, Va h e means migration of JewI he ne .her St >W lh "^ '" ,ew from N 'orth Africa and the Ol usl J L f ,r, S K n0 '' %  "*"*•) for it is Western Jewry thai rooted *Jm££? S?"* 11 '^ roalit >' ; and j t ,s l !" 1 as a n tun K ,1U "' e ,hat Mr Ben-Gurion believes must survive ... I u,uu ^'' '• "• suvive at all the l>nm n M P Zl ""' M >U "" hl ""^rstand above all things; and it F r Z.on ?, "! "T bttt '-xpenence that Zionism does StricUwS. !" L 8 tons,,U!,t 'd today, in Mr. BatvGurion's vie* fuaiue f T| Kra w' n ; ,hus Un,,m to emphasize the CUltUM



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. Iday, January 13. 1961 fMnisti FkridHan Pcge 5-A eaders Offer Views on Deliberations Continued from Page 1-A |fts of the Jewish people was besincerely sought. Judge Louis Levinthal, of Philadelphia, declared that many %  American Jews who have settled In Israel did so in a quest for a efferent kind of Jewish life. He t allenged the suggestion that nerican Jews emigrated to Israel out of fear of anti-Semitfcm in the United States. Judge Levinthal said it was not fair to evaluate Aliyah from the United States as disappointing, or to consider it as having come to an Rabbi Joseph Liokstein, American Mizrachi leader, speaking as a member of a uroup "which regards Hebrew first as a Holy tongue." >aid that the Hebrew language, important as it was, would OOt in itself brim; about 'he redemption. He said Hebrew was no more than a by-product of the process ol rational awakening, a process which he sa:d must be based on a return to sources. He said only a lull ob-ervant Jewish lifecould guarantee a link with the people. Mrs E'r 1 Goldstein, former Pioneer W< men president, asked whether Israel was making a real effort to underhand non-Israeli Jews. She said that to the nonZionist abroad Zionism was a matter of philanthropy and she called on tli3>Gongross to provide an agency for education and training to achieve a large aliyah. Youth in the dispersion should be oriented toward Israel, she said. Another session was addressed by spokesmen for millions of Jews throughout the world, making it, in the words of Dr. Nahum Goldmann, '"the most representative Congress ever." The speakers represented some 20 organizations now associated or affiliated with the World Zionist Organization in accordance with recent amendments for such association by non-Zionist groups. Rabbi Edward T. Sandrow, president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, the association of Conservative rabbis, said the World Zionist Organization was best fitted to become the "world community" of the Jewish people because it was most truly representative of the aspirations of Jews everywhere." The Rabbinical Assembly was the only rabbinical group in the Unitrd States to accept an invitation to take part in the Congress. Sir Barnett .Tanner. British MP. said that the British Board of Deputies had persistently worked for close relations between the people and the land of the Bible. Dr TuBB Quits Interfaith Council Continued from Page 1-A Is tneonsi-trnt with the non-sectar4n-adnii~Nions policy ol the Shrine nationally We have repeatedly discussed and tried to resolve this %  setter with William O. Barnes, IIIttstriou* Potentale of Boumi Temple, but his recent statements conBe us that future discussions and efforts to correct these pracl tices will prove unavailing. "B'nai B'rith. therefore, cannot t in good conscience continue its : association as a member of the Interfaith Committee under these circumstances. To do so would be to mock the very purpose and spirit of the Committee's program as well as those of B'nai B'rith" via Kamensheim. president of the Federation' of the Communities of Argentina, stressed the achievements of Argentine Jewry in the field of Jewish education. His appearance before the Congress coincided with the arrival of 150 Arj gentine Jewish youths to study in Israel. Gaston Kahn, of the Conseil Repn?senlatif des Juis de France. I said his organization, born during I the underground period of the Nazis, united all French Jewry. Dr. S. Piperno, of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities, said that his organization's decision to join the Zionist movement "symbolizes the desire of Italian Jewry to participate in the work of building the State of Israel." A warning that "strong measure-"' must be taken in Australia against assimilalionist tendencies was voiced by another of the sne-ikcrs. If. D. Friedman, representative of the Australian Jewi.-h Communities. Friedman said that 68.000 Jews in Australia "enjoy richness of material resources, but he expressed apprehensions about the "Strong" assimilalionist trend in his area This trend, he said, must be combatted by a stronger program of Jewish education, as well as by stepped-up efforts for emigration of Australian Jews to Israel. A program for the absorption of 10.000 immigrants in five years, including special legislation giving the immigrant the same status as the investor, was presented by Leo Dultzin, head of the Economic Department of the Jewish Agency. He proposed the establishment of a joint Government-Jewish Agency authority for economic absorptionalong with the widening of the main branchs of commerce and i industry. The expansion, according^ to the proposal, would be done by}, the Government, the Agency and the immigrant, each contributing one-third. J. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder—The Jewish Floridian Called to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th, 5699—JANUARY 16th, 1939 "3a ^iiAe in UeoAti tUe £ecuf.e KMnd ON BEHALF OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY THE RECEPTION COMMITTEE OF THE COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL WILL PROUDLY GREET ITS DISTINGUISHED GUEST OF HONOR, MAYOR ROBERT F. WAGNER OF NEW. YORK CITY, WHO WILL SPEAK AT THE CJA LEADERSHIP DINNER SUNDAY, JANUARY 22nd, AT THE EDEN ROC HOTEL MAYOR WAGNER RECEPTION COMMITTEE ERNEST JANIS Chairman Mayor D. Lee Powell, Miami Beach Mayor Robert King High, Miami Honorary Chairmen HON. ROBERT F. WAGNER Mayor of the City of New York Judge Irving Cypen, Dinner Chairman Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Hostess Chairman A. J. Harris and Julian Weinkle, Initial Gifts Committee Joseph M. Lipton, General Campaign Chairman Leonard Abess Joseph Applebaum Col Jacob Arv-y Max Boderman Samuel Botway Shepa'd Broad Benjamin Bronsron Morris Coope' Edward Cowen Alfred Darnels Abraham Dreier Fran* Frankel ETHI Fnedlander Mat Gache Jack Gaines Abraham Gev.r-z Ellis A. Gmbel Mrs lou'5 Glasse' Dr Mo"'S Good-nan Samuel J Gold'a> Robert Z. Greene Jenne Giossmger ha Guilden Bert Haft Gabriel Heatter Seymour Heller Daniel Herman Abraham Hirsch Arthur Horowitz Samuel Knee Morris Lapidjs Jack Leonard Harry lewis Marcie Liberman Leon lowenstein Sol Luber Samuel luby Arthur Maisel Charles Martel Baron de Hirsch Meyer Irving E Miller Emil Morton Harry Mufson Samuel Mufson Lawrence Nelson Harry OJIJS Henry M. Plohn Leo Rob'uson Col. Nathm Rood Matthew Rosenhaus Clifford Russell Bernard Shoninger Solomon S:egel Charles Silvers Isidore Simkowitz Benjamin Smerluv} Lawrence Tisch Abraham Wechsler Sol E. Wemrich Milton Weiss Leonard Wie-t Mortimer Wien



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Page 8-A *Jen i§t fk ridfiar? Friday, January 13, \%\ Plans Finalize for Mayor Wagner Dinner; Reception Committee in Formation Here Activity surrounding the npcoifl Ing CJA leadership dinner on Jan. 22 al the Eden Ro< hotel has been Stepped up as i-ommitM'cs ht'uar. to imaii/i their plans lor this major community function. Dinner chairman Judge Irving Cypen this week said thai widespread interest has been shown in thi announcement thai Mayor Hober: V Wagner, of New York City. will make a personal appearance ;it the dinner and deliver the maJoi address *f the evening Erm -' t.ii i. ichairman of the Mayor Wagner reception, which has been planned for former New York residents in the Pavilion room, .iu.-t prior to the dinner event Jan. 22 Mayor D. Lee Powell, of Miami Beach and Miami Mayor Robert King High have accepted CJA's invitation to serve as honorary chairmen of the reception committee for the distinguished New York official. The reception committee will Include Leonard Abess, Joseph Applebaum, Col Jack Arvey, Max rman, Samuel Botway, Shepard Broad, Benjamin Bronston, Morris Cooper, Edward Covven, Alfred Daniels, Abraham Dreier. Prank Fi i Emil Friedlander, Dinner Co-Chairmen arc Appointed Two of Miami's well known communal workers were named WDGE IRVING CYPEN Young Israel Card Party erhood of Young Israel will hold a card party Saturday evenil al the home of Mr and Mrs. Mi ton Gottlieb, 930 NE 17th st.. V Miami Beach this %  top positions in the Combined Jewish Appeal lea ler -hip dinner. Campaign chairman Joseph M Lipton has appointed .indue Irving Cypen as dinner chairman and Mrs. Bernard Stevens achairman of the hostess committee. The community affair, which is expected to climax campaign activity in the Initial Gifts Division. will be held on Sunday evening, Jan 22. 7 p.m. in the Imperial room of the Eden Roc hotel. Judge Cypen is a vice chairman of the 1961 CJA campaign, and has taken a leading role in the CJA Attorney's Division. He is a member of Federation's executive committee, board of governors, and is currently president of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Mrs Stevens ia member of Federation's board of governors. and has held front-hank jobfor many years with the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. She has conducted Leadership Training courses, was selected to receive Federation's PresidentAward, and holds the office of vice president in charge of education in the Federation of Jewish WomenJack Gaines, Abraham Ge Also Max Cache. Ellis \ bel, Mr.-. Louis Glassi r • ris Goo nan, Samuel J R en /. Greene Jei iuilden, Bi rt brie] Heal Sej ma i Dame: Herman, Abraham !• Arthur 1! ro> iti Samuel Kn< Othet are Morn; I Han j Let is erinar. Leon Lowenstein ber, S Lub; Arth i Meyer Miller. Charles Martel. i ton Harry M ifsoi -on. I.. rence Selt irr) Osij son, R Matthew !$ %  >-• i. rd Rus Bei S.lomon S %  S %  I i em e i .I Sol E Mill Le w Mr Wien i. %  Mrs. Bernard Stevens will be chairmen oi the hostess committee for the CJA leadership dinner on Jan. 22 at the Eden Roc hotel. Here she checks final details and hostess instructions with Joseph M. Lipton, aeneral campaiqn chairman of the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal. Judae Irvina Cypen .s dinner chairman, and Ernest Janis heads the reception committee for Mayor Robert F. Wagner, quest of honor. ACTION* i POST TIME 7 4$ Aim u i(| Iris 50 c lESEmriONS Mliai l-SMI MtllywiM. Fi. liil-'lll 9m 1 1511 liui: > %  Stick JE 1-fllT Organizations. women Icaiers, MrStevens In appointing Judge Cypen and nounced this Mrs. Steven-. Lipton emphasized — that "Miami Jewry will be chal lenged in the i%i CJA campaign— and leadership musl stand up and be counted on Jan. 22. "Those who are accepting Iheir responsibility in this critical time must look to the rest of the communitj tor spiritual and material support."' Mrs. Stevens' hostess committee were luncheon guests of Saul Silberman at Tropical Park Race Track following a recent planning meeting. Sitll in formation, the con will ev< |y include more 100 of Gr< li i Miami's best ki an No Mii)on MA2VM PALACE + JAIALAZ U.S. 1 At Dania Fl. PARIS, 1960: LORD CALVERT AWARDED LE GRAND PRIX AMERICAM Only a few rare products of exceptional quality receive this coveted prize, presented by Le Comite du Grand Prix. Lord Calvert was the unanimous choice of this distinguished group of French connoisseurs because it appeals to the cultivated taste that knows no aational boundaries. No wonder Lord Calvert has been the most prized whiskey in Jewish homes for so many years! For Reservations phune JE 1-0348 MIAMI BEACH Kennel Club SOUTH KND OF COLLINS AV1-NUF MIAMI BFAtH kiiiilAtli The L'chayim whiskey! 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Page 8-A +Jenist>rkr/kf/<3ir Friday. January 13. 1961 i %  || |j i.i n i Goldmann Defends B G Address RABBIS INTERPRET TAIMUD QUOTE PAG! 114 fSALEM >JTA r ""'• > usttfled by !hc addreM '! "' Nahura Goldmann, president oi the whole. II. said that DM speech had World Zionist Organization, read ,, ( t M distorted bj two New York at the World Zionist Congress a newspapers adding that the disSJTta. 1 "MTniiSr D.vM Ben lortions had resulted from mi* GurioSbeen quoted out of conquotation by making one P -, text m reports in the American selected from .< lengthy speecn, apBest wishes are extended to Walter Feltman (center) outgoing president oi the Miami YMHA Branch, by Leon Kaplan (left) vice president of the National Jewish Welfare Board's Jewish Center Division, and Sam Heiman, president. Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mr. Feltman resigned his presidency as he is leaving for New Orleans. press "t his address last w <• < k. which provoked much critici.-t the pail ol American Jewish ": san •us. Dr. Goldnii nil sti i the n %  rpn tation ol ll m Mr ref< rring to w ho do not emigrate to i-';i "•' declared that the inti rpr< l en was totally unwarrante I i>> the lhal the pcar ... t hi prim pal content ol the i h. Rabbi \meri ,:: ri .i. n -ih i lers in lh Mizrachi lead \ lei Woi Zionist C ingress ,i, ( l l %  [ashion in which Mr ;;, ;. nurion was attacked bj Jew speech .ia whole, a Prime Minister, discussini mml ^ animations in New York II gration to Israel, had mentioned in .. |nI lhi remar |r, ma de b) Mr Beach Taxpayers Install Officers E. Albert Pallot. attorney, founder and first president of Miami Beach Taxpayers Assn. has been named toastmaster for the 10th annual banquet of the organization Thursday. Jan. 19. at the Deauville hotel. Gabriel Heater, rioted news commentator, will be principal speaker. A feature of the program will be a presentation of a "Decade of Service" by Miami Beach Sun publisher Parks Rusk, who will introduce past presidents George Bertman. P. J. Davis. Dr. Kurt Peiser. Ritter Levinson. Jack A. Abbott. Frank Smathers. jr.."and Simon E. Rubin. Robert A. Peterson has been elected president of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. for 1961. tucccding Simon E. Rubin. Other officers elected were Jerome G. Greene. Dr. Jack A. Greenhouse, Parks Rusk. B. Bayard Strell and Henry E. Wolff, vice presidents; Sara Dee Berkovitz. secretary; and Charles L. Clements, jr.. treasurer. Directors named were David G. Berry. Radford Crane. Mrs. Howard P. CummingS, Harry Erlanger, William Parr, Sam A. Goldstein. Jack D. Gordon. Paul L. Ilex ter. Jacob C. Lefkouitz, Arnold Levien, Mrs Richard Merrill, Godfrey Perell. Milton Sirkin, and Mrs. John B Wofford. Continuing as directors are Ben Bronston, David Fenton. Norman Ciller. Herbert Gimbel, Nathan Gumenick, Morris Lapidus, Abe II Mazor, Jack S. Popick, Simon F Rubin, Paul D Rust, jr., n aul Seiderman, Col. Carl R Shaw. ;nd Robert L. Turchin. Named as trustees were Jack A. \bbott, George J. Bertman. Mrs. Leslie Buswell. John B Denvir. jr., Samuel Friedland. Dr. Leonard H. Jaeobson. Ritter Levinson, Louis | Michaels, Max Orovitz, E. Albert Pallot. Dr. Kurt Peiser. Frank Smathers Jr.. Sen. Andrew J. Sorloni. Mrs. Rose Weiss, and Mitchell Wolf son Members heard annual reports from chairmen for the past year. Reporting were B Bayard Strell. elections; Jacob C. Lefkowitz. legislative; Allen Goldberg, membership: Ray T. Sterling, metro; Jerome G. Green, parks and beautification; David G. Berry, tax and equalization Ted Cohen, traffic and safety; and William Farr for zoning chairman Dr. Jack A Greenhouse. William M. Crockett, jr.. will continue as executive director. passing thai Orthodox Jews must realize there are religious commandments which can onlj be fulfilled in Israel. "It was clear to all of os, and especially it was emphasized by the Prime Minister, that only a minority of Jews were considered governed by this approach," Dr. Goldmann said. "It was clear to the audience that there was no intention on the Prime Minister's part to ascribe godlessness to those Jews who do not emigrate to Israel or to Jewry outside of Israel generally." Paintings and sculpture from the Dr. Goldmann also bitterly deSamuel 11. Kress Collection will plored the attitude of American come to the CniversitJ <>f Miami Jewish leaders who reacted with next November, 1961 following "violent protests'' which ascribed completion of an addition t<> the "violent protests'' which ascribed completion ol an addition t<> the to the Prime Minister, without jusJoe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery tiiication. statements which wen in which they will be on permanent said thai th remark made by Mi Bel ,, irioi that i ri ligious Jev can fulfill the whole Torah whet residit outid< ol Israel, did not originate with the Mad Prime Minister, but thai he merely quo! ed "the dicta ol out sages Hadassah issued a statement her* expressing surprise that the Prime Minister's remarks had caused such excitement and misunderstanding. "It caused no uneasiness or disturbance amonj the delegations," the Hadassah statement added. "The quotation was a symbolic and mystic expression of the everlasting connection of the Jewish people with Israel, and was net to be taken literally. Nor was it so taken by the large audience which heard it." Before th controversy -per. h dc\. lope IUI i Zionist leaders at Dr. i •I ,! Mrs Ki di g< ribed it as "restr tit od aug i j for futuri i ., 11 .H 'i"ii M hi' h streni he itions that the Prime ., had been quoted out >>t ] thus aroused the Ire i ietj oi American Jewish Label A Katz, presidi B'nth paid tribute, at .. session, to the historic r Zionisl movement Speaki question <>f 'he relationships rael and Don -Israeli Je munities, Mr. Katz remai "the concept oi God cannot b< fined in time and space to an) community" and that to do othi 1st would seriously negate" the 2.000 ,-ars of the Jewish heritage outside of Israel. Gallery Gets New Collection xhibition. I'M president Jay F W PWSOB announced that the Kresi Foundation has indicated its willingness to provide a regional collection loj the community through the miversity gallery. Antique Sale Held by Ladies Tropical Chapter. American Medical Center of Denver, held a luncheon meeting at the Seville hotel. Friday noon, followed by an antique sale. Mrs Norman Klein was reservation chairman. Mrs. Robert Schwartz was in charge of the antique sale, and Mrs. Bertram Thorpe is president. Funds raised go to the hospital in Denver, a completely than table, non-sectarian hospital. SURE AUTO LOANS If yon look over the cast tt financing with the same care that you look ever an automobile before you buy you'll find that an Auto loan at the Bank of Dade County cost less because it's based an REAL bank rates. 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fjfnisii fhridliicin Page 9-A bvir.g the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal into the industrial fas of Hialeah and outer irinqes of Dade county are ;!eft light) Maurice Abelson. Max temchin. and Robert Russell. Jirmen of the CJA Manufacturing and Transport Division. |y are readying a vigorous drive among business associates > wider participation in the campaign, to be climaxed with -id-raising dinner on Jan. 24. KABBI zvi SHU A Insurance Execs Launch CJA Drive Miami insurance men will lend their full support lo the 191 Combined Jewish Appeal at a kukolf lunchton en Wednesday neon in Ihe VIP mom cif the Biseayne caleteria, 1917 Biseayne blvd. Chairman ot the Miami General and Life In-uranee Division is Harry Diamond, a CJA veteran who has been active in nearly a dozen campaigns. Co-thaii IIH ii nt the division are Uenrjr Gilbert and Jack Kirschbaum. "We are aiming lor a 100 percent participation in this year's campaign by all insurance men. in Miami, said Diamond. The' luncheon committee in rludes Herman A. Binder, Daniel Cravitt, Jess M. Freed. Nathan S Glazier. Harold Cordon. .Martin F Hornik. Tlieodue Levy. Mac C. Marks. William li.ifkmd. Paul Rutbfield Kred A Sandier, and San Tia Rabbi Zvi Spira Is Miami Visitor Rabbi Zvi Elimelech Spira, executive director of Poale Agudath Israel in Israel, is visiting here to acquaint Greater Miami Jewry with the achievements of the League of Religious Settlements and the nine orphan homes established under the sponsorship of the League for 1.100 children. Honorary chairman of the League in the United States i s Dr. Leo Jung, of Ihe Jewish Center in NewYork City. Rabbi Spira will be guest speaker at Shalos Seudos on Saturday, S p.m.. at Beth Tfilah Congregation. He will be introduced by Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual leader of Beth Tfilah. Rabbi Spira plans to remain in Greater Miami for two more weeks. He is staying at the Regal hotel. 615 5th st.. Miami beach. Rabbi Spira is one of the founders ol Chever Hakibbutzim. whose total population under the League numbers some 7.000 persons. The children's homes and villages are located in Kibbutz Chafetz Chaim. Petach Tikvah, Rishon LeZion, Xetiva. Jerusalem. Kfar Eliahu and Yesodot. While in Miami. Rabbi Spira is meeting with local lay and spiritual leaders to discuss his organization's programs. Psychologist to Speak Theodore Jennings, psychologist at the University Of Miami, will discuss "How Better to Understand Our Teen-Agers" for B'nai B'rith Women of Miami at a meet inv Tuesday evening in Beth David Auditorium. WHEN YOU THINK OF WATER DIAL FR 1-6688 WE DELIVER BY THE CASE. Saratoga Waters GEYSER HATH0RN • C0ESA STATESEAL SARATOGA QUEYIC VICHY ALSO KALAK-POLAND WATERS IMPORTED CEIESTiNE French Vichy PERRIER DIAL-FR 1-6688 I Jewish Leaders at White House Conference By Special Report NEW YORK — The 1961 White House Conference on Aging in Washington, D.C., this week found an impressive group of representative Jewish leaders from the Conservative, Orthodox, and Relorm branches of religious Jewry serving in leadership capacities on the program of the conference, it was announced b\ Rabbi Max D. Davidson, president oi the Synagogue Council of America The Synagogue Council was designated by Arthur Fit mming, Secretary of Ihe U s Department of Health. Education, and Welfare, to serve as the coordinating agency for Jewish religious participation :n the conference. President Eisenhowe designated the executive director of the Synagogue Council. Rabbi .Marc H. Tanenbaum; to serve as the Jewish co-chairman of the Religious Section of the Aging Conference. The coordination of the SCA's constituent agencies participation in the conference and their liaison with the U.S. Government was implemented through the SCA Commission on Family, Youth, and Social Welfare, whose Chairman is Prof. Bernard Lander, noted sociologist. Dr Abn ham J. Heschel, prof sor ol Jewish Ethics and Mysticism at the Jewish Theological Seminary America delivered a principal paper on "The Older Person Withm The Perspective ol Judaism." Rabbi in .Miller, of Baltimore, vice president of the Synagogue Council, delivered a paper on "The Role Of Religious Institutions in \ffecting Attitudes Toward Ihe 01d r Person."' Miss Jane Evans, executive t ircclor of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods of the I iion of American Hebrew Congregations, was designated by the Synagogue Council as recorder for the religion section. The Synagogue Council also designated Rabbi Charles Weinbei of .Maiden, Mass., president of the Rabbinical Council ol America. 3 liscussion leader of a workshop i %  The Role of Religion in the Life of the "I ler Person Rabbi son K. Weiss, executive vice president of the Union oi Orthodox Jew* i-li i ongregations ol America, -, recorderBoy Harbor Hadassah Bay Harbor group of Hadassah will hold a luncheon meeting Monday noon at the Singapore hotel, BISCAYNE FEDERAL Savings and Loan Association Statement of Condition A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT The jrecw J960 — marking our Sth y*ar of service — has been excellent for BISCAYNE FEDERAL Resources now jtr Savings increased Mortgages increased Assets increased $26,222,351.89 $ 6,371,006.78 $ 5,895,263.62 $ 6,176,865.06 ."IwVigb'oV $ 1,275,344.15 Two offices to serve over 22,000 active accounts. 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Page 10-A *Jenisl fkn/Mi/r JFK in Critical View of Our Immigration Laws By JOHN F. KENNEDY vetoed the Immigration and Nationality Act (only to have that The Immigration and Nationalxrt0 overridden*: "The idea beity Act of 1952 undertook to cod-^ hin(1 ,^j s discriminatory-olicy ily. th;r is. to bring together in one place and to put in order, all our national laws on immigration. This was a perfectly proper and long overdue task. However, it was not only a housekeeping job. as thi> description might suggest. ]n the course of the deliberation over the act many basic decisions about our immigration polity were made. The total racial bar against the naturalisation of Japanese. Koreans, and other East Asians was removed, and a minimum annual quota of 100 %  provided for each of these countries. Provision was also made to make it easier to re-unite husbands and wives. But most Important oi all tin se was the d< ci sit n to do nothing about the national orgins system. The famous words ot Emma Lazarus on the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty read: "Give me ir tired, your poor, your hudi masses yearning to breathe free." Until 1921 this was an accurate picture of our society. I'nc er present law i! is suggi i that Ihere should be added: "as long .ithe) come from northern Eur< i M are not too tired or too ghtlj ill, never stole a i ad, nei er joined any questionable organization, and (, :. document thenactivities for II i past two years." Furthermore, it is suggested that t h e national orgins quota system has strong overtones of an indefensible racial preference 11 is strongly weighted toward so-called Anglo-Saxons—a phrase which one writer calls a term of art'" encompassing almost anyone from northern and western Europe. Sinclair Lewis described v .:hero. Martin Arrowsmith. this way: "a typical pure-bredAnglo-Saxon American — which means that he was a union of German. French. Scotch-Irish, perhaps a little Spanish, conceivably (t the -trains lumped together as 'Jewish.' and a great deal of English, which is itself a combination of primitive Britain. Celt, Phoc necian. Roman. German. Dane and Swede." Yet. however much our present policy may be deplored it still remains our national policy. As President Truman said when he v..,s. to put it boldly, that Americans with English or Irish names were better people and better citizens than Americans with Italian or Greek or Polish names. Such a concept is utterly unworthy ol our traditions and our ideals.'' Partly as a result of the inflexibilty of the national orgins quota system, the government has had to resort to temporary expedients to meet emergency situations. In addition to the 1957 Kennedy amendment to the law. hue have been a few laws temporally casing the rigid provisions ; the quota .system in order to meet emergency needs In 1948 Congress passed the Displaced Persons Act allowing mure than 400,000 people made homeless by the War to come to this ci untr; In 1953 Congn ss passed the Refugee Relief Act to admit HI people most ol whom had fled from behind the Iron Curtain. Under this Act and under a clause ot the Immigration and Nationality Act ol 1952, not intended for use in such situns 0 m e 30.000 Freed. nn Fightt rs from Hungary were admitted in 1957. As a result it became necessary ,(l !'•"•' •' special lav. in 1958 to regularize the status ol manj ol those immigrants. Most recentlly, following 1958 earth [uakes in the Azores which left so many Portuguese homeless, Senator Pastore and I found that none oi these people could enter the United States as quota immigrants. In addition, those persons of Dutch orgin in the Netherlands h o were displaced from Indonesia were also ineligible to enter the L" nited States as quota immigrants. Both of these needs were met by the Pastore Kennedy Walter Act of 1958 admitting a number of them on a non-quota basis into the United States. Each world crisis is met by a new exception to the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. Each exception reflects the natural humanitarian impulses ol American people, which iin keeping with our traditions of shelter to the homeless and relime lor the oppressed. While none of these measures are. of themselves, especially NOW OPEN CHAIRS UNLIMITED Restaarant Chairs — Decorator Chairs for Homes 4 Offices We Can Manufacture from Your Own Design Extraordinary Chairs Imported from Italy. Holland. Yugoslavia Arthur Schaffel. Furniture Importer. 731 N. Miami Ave. WHOLESALE FR 7-4124 JOHN f. KENNED* | A V • .' K : .: P %  c Pv %  : P \\ r • (1940) r i i f (he -N .•"'. %  I' .. I I is responses to thi rei dmis problems to which the) a Idre.ssed, thi > all havi sreal iact on our foreign policy. They demonstrate that America i> not a complelel) closi d cor] ol..' ion a n d that there is still a place in America for p %  pie fli einfrom tyranny Nevertheless. the effect ot these actions is diluted by the very fact that they are viewed as exceptions to our national policy rather than as a part oi that policy Another measure oi the inadequacy ot the Immigration and NaionaliK Act has been the huge volume ot private immigration bills introduced in Congress These are bills to deal with individual hardship cases for which the general law fails to provide In the 84th Congress 2,000 such bills were introduced. Private immigration lulls make up about half ol our legislation today. II is not hard to see why. The tiny bishopric of Andorra in the Pyrenees Mountains, with 8.500 Spanish speaking inhabitants, has an American immigration quota of 100. Spain, with 28 million peo pie. has a quota ot only 250. A poor European college girl was convicted three times for putting Israelite Center Elects Officers Hyman Kirsner has been elected president oi the Israelite Center. Other officers named at a receir meeting include Sam Azrikan. Max A Parnes, andl.ew is I'omerantz. vice presidents; Max Garshag. treasurer; Mrs. Bessie Geltner, corresponding secretary; Ronald Katz, recording secretary; Jacob Schiff, financial secretary; and William Drucker and Reuben Friedman, sergeants at arms. Hoard of directors includes Morris Aron, Emanuel Hurt. Mrs. Wil liam Diskson, Nathan Ersoff, Sol Feldman, Hyman Gorsetman, MrBen Harris. Mrs. Sol Koenigsberg Seymour Marks. Morn, Pegalis, Robert Richardson, and Mrs phiLip Riclunan, All Officers were elect< d lor twoNear terms. TRAVELING! -%  A, "3K~ tail AI ff IM\ GUS STEAMSHIP UJ/*TT/I HOTI. %$jjj/ SHAW ^SHAWlRAVEl SBMCtlnc. UNI l/rt. Si M.., Pfc. FR 4 26o Slugs in 8 pay telephone and fifteen years later, married to an American teacher abroad, she was denied entrance to our conntry because of three separate convictions for a crime involving moral turpitude. Or another case an Italian immigrant living in Massachusetts with his small children, could not bring his wile to the imted States because she had been convicted on two counts involving moral turpitude Her crimes? In 1913 and in 1839 -ne had Stolen bundles ol sticks to build a fire, it took an act ol I ongress to reunite this family These are i xamples ol the inadequacies Oi the present I They are important ol tin msi ., pi oplc's lives an ,.,l i v ihem But the) arc n r< important for what the) n • %  %  y A in erica y Ami rica looks I itself On i' land, thi rt ment I li ere ever) pi rs in wl o -> eks \ pert i of (I lamentOVi r im• 112 mighl •• i was an nflicl is il %  k to thi polir) I our founding I ol a mmigratioi nted lop all ation. In I i i [fen i -• libi ral bill year-, s| by Scnal Lebj I othi r>, • | supporU i s nt the si quo l i presenl Imits i n quota immigrants annually i he l.< hman bill would hat c admitte onl> 250.000 The basic difference of opinion arises oves the national origins quota syestem instead oi using the test ni where the immigrant was born, the Lehman bill would have made the applicant's individual training and qualifications the test for admission, These individual cbarcteristics would be Friday. January 1~, 1961 assessed in terms of America's current needs. Immigrants would Still be given tests u, r health, intelligence and morality tx they could be admitted. Neither Senator Lehman nor anyone else sought the enactnunt of legislation, which wool., make I l r thi lace of America. Obviously, neither the essential nature nor the strength of American life would be endangered if. 'or v tmple, the quota for Greece, which is now 308 immigrants per year, were doubled, tripled, .;• even quadrupled. The forte of this argument is recognized by the many statutes enacted since the war whii ignored the established itti rn ol favoring nor hern and %  %  -•• i : European immigration o\ that ni southern and c ster pi. hit h would be in the I %  ti resi — the most sei ti cl in the pn %  nt ... is it is restrictive I ut that mai I the restricti ins an ba false or unjust pn mise< V • oid what the Massa : John :' eil i d i ir ianiz< d cl t) and ii ed, m the nan %  oi -\ tistical Chrisi Such a policy •)• % %  lid il should be t. r ii I flexible. With wi could turn to the wi clean hands and a i '•' ar i Such a poliC) a reaffirmation ol %  '' \ i l would be an CM' • -mi eemenl with Georgi M ton that, "The bosom of A is open to receiv* not o opulent and respectabli ai. but the oppressed Secuted of all nations ar ions, whom we shall .wcl, a participation of all OU and privileges il b> dece I propriety of conduct the) t to merit the enjoyment.' 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, January 13, 1961 vJenisti r/criafifinv Page 11-A. Zionist Rabbis Interpret Ben-Gur ion's Talmud Quote Id V 1 a • rig 10 It! nd r B*i II Beach B'nai B'rith :en have initiated an :pt Una Familia" project k efiort to helo Cuban jee families on a personfc basis. Pictured above Beman and his new m friends. Berman is f ding many of the "adopfarr.iiies with kosher tens and turkeys. Headline project is Mrs. Revy in, civic affairs chairman :hapter. \hly Meeting Tuesday :i Beach chapter of B'nai Women will hold its regular ing Tuesday noon at hntainebletfu hotel JERUSALEM (JTA) — Rabbis from many areas of the worl i. attending the Zionist Congress here, held an informal symposium this week, agreeing that the statenient by Prime Minister Ben-Gurion, which aroused adverse criticism overseas, was based on ••proper anil justified" interpretations of the Talmud However, Ihe rabbis said, it was incorrect to state thai mo i commandments (mitzvot) can be ol>served only in Israel, since the precepts thai an linked with the Holj Land are few The consensus among the rabbis was thai Mr. Ben-Gurion's view, ti> the effect Lavon Showdown !s Put Off Anew Continued from Page 1-A Minister in 1954 for a disastrous security mishap which forced his resignation in 1955. Mr. Ben-Gurion van's a indicia! inquiry into the whole affair These demands have stung Mapai minister's who either served on the Ministerial committee, or who voted for the committee's report, or both, to threaten they would resign in protest Another issue is the strons; objection of many ministers to a reversal ot the vote for the committee report as representing a breach of the principle of collective responsibility Of the Cabinet, a principle which the Prime Minister himself has tought to sustain in the past. that a religious Jew violates the precepts if he lives abroad, applies only to those who have the possibility of emigrating to Israel. The New York Times carried a cable from Jerusalem signed by Dr. Emar.uel Neumann and Max Bressler, leaders of the American Zionist Organization, expressing "m uch amazement anc' r.ot a little chagrin" over Ihe fact that the Times correspondent in Israel "lifted out of context" a passage from Premier Ben-Gurion's four-hour long address which lent "the wrong impression" as if the Jews living today outside of Israel are Godless. "We regrel thai the usually well informed New York Times should have so thoroughly misunderstood and misconstrued the Premier's \\ord>. which were aimed at encouraging young Jews from all over the world in a spirit of American pioneering to help in the upbuilding of the young and democratic State of Israel." the ZOA leaders said in their cable. "We who as the heads of the Zionist Organization of America delegation to the congress attended the session and heard the Premiers address can bear witness to the true burden of Mr. BenGurion's statement which, if properly understood, was intended to bolster an idealistic pioneering movement and not to start a theological controversy." %  B i ;!H^£.:w*~?*sWfc*iaJ*a I SSSHHHH (it's quiet!) RELAX (it's automatic!) any one of the efficient, low-cost line of %  QUIET AUTOMATIC OIL HEATERS For any heating problem, phone siEGEL. today! rZ.M 7400 N.W. 30th Ave., Miami, Fla. !" Call OX 1-4411 • I. I From BRAHMS ONE OF NEW YORK'S FINER HOTELS IN EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL AREA OF WASHINGTON SQUARE Spacious single rooms from *10 daily. With airconditioning from *12-*l4. Lavish 2 and 3 room apes, with serving pantries. Substantial savings by tin month or on lease. N. Schcinmin. Managing Director —^GR 3-6400 lifihAveiuie Hotel 24 FIFTH AVENUE at 9th STREET -TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music 16 Hours a Day on FM 88 93 I 100 "04 108 MC W A F [ought to you by Miami's Finest Advertisers : rom Soft Drinks to Savings Institutions DADE FEDERAL SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION NEW YORK CITY for important business and leisurely pleasure TIMES SQUARE for 'round-the'clocl{ tntertainmen inn! in %  > -iii.itconrewei HOTEL WOODSTOCK Albert Fernadez. Oner.il Mgr. for top'fliglii accommodations L' ten ice Coc\tail Lounge i" Restdtidnl 129 WEST 43 ST. for full color brochure singlet: $6 SB doubles: $10 $13 JUDSON 2-5000 /in immediate coti/trnutioti of your \\ oodstot dtlOII GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 N.W. 10th Avt. FR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; you will aave on a new roof later. "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" PUT YOUR MONEY TO WORK! Invent in Mf Insurance now and vour %  11..r, %  > work* for :• brljihter ruture. \\ i Ite or phone today IV AT A S 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami Phones FR 3-4616 or HI 6-9981



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Fr Page 12-A vJenist FkridHan Friday. January 13. \% Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61 MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY JOSEPH CARFIELD: No. 23 in a Series. In accepting the po.-* ol Initial Gifts Division vice chairman. Joseph Oarfield this week took one of the top responsibilities of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal. Long active in the Trade and Community phase.i the campaign. C.urfield has, time after time, demonstrated leadership qualities which have earned for him the respect and admiration ol Dade county's Jewish citizenry. In 1958. he was chairman ol Initial (lifts for the City of Coral Gables, where he resides, and in his efficient, affable way chalked up an impressive record in the CIA campaign Garfield can look back on some 15 years ol service with Fe leration, and calls CJA "the most important humanitarian work I know."' Among his many interests, he is intensely concerned with the well-rounded individual of today and serves on Temple Israels adult education committee, and other local educational committees. In the business world, Garfield takes a dynamic part among trade groups. He has been president of both the Gas Institute of Greater Miami and the Florida Liquefied Gas Assn. He is director Orthodox Cong. On Normandy Isle Rabbi Phineai Aaron Weberman j is spiritual leader of the newly! established Ohev Shalom Congregation at 911 Normandy dr.. Normandy Isle. The Orthodox rabbi was educated in Brooklyn. NY. at Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Yeshiva NcscvoOlum. Prior to his arrival here. Rabbi Weherman held the pulpit of Congregation Anshe Stard in Arverne, N.Y Rabbi Weberman is a schochet JOStPH GARHZLD of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital The community has always found him ready to serve and to lead his friends in welfare programs in behalf of Jewry. His latest project is more specific: he's hard at work for CIA's leadership dinner on Jan. 22. He knows what leadership means. 'Welcome Back 1 At Beth Tfilah Annual 'welcome-hack" supper for members will be held at Beth Tfilah Congregation, 935 Euclid ave., on Sunday evening. Jan. 22. The supper will also greet Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual leader of the congregation, on his return to the pulpit following a lengthy illness. Mrs Rachel Katz, president of the Sisterhood, said that the committee in charge of arrangements includes MesdamcDora Cohen. Bertha Falk. Rose Kratish, Mildred Littenberg, and Yetta Trask. Proceeds will be used for the purchase of a new Sefer Torah at Beth Tfilah. and iMbob and has a wide reputation as a Baal Tefilah. He is married to the former Gladys Green, of Brooklyn, and the couple have six children. His maternal grandfather was the late Samuel I. Horowitz, ot Neu York one of the founders of the Horowitz-Margaretten kosher food firm Board of directors of Ohei s i lorn Congregation includes Sara uel landau, provisional pres Louis Sklar, Morris Schlosberj Henry Rissman, Ralph H i Murray Rosenberg. Elisha Ce Mitchell Reiner. %  IJ an Sand} Kushner. and Louis Makovskj Activities ol the congi include regular morning and • %  • ening services, adull educa courses in Talmud and Bible a religious school for children Ohev Shalom will launch : membership drive in the neati lure. Goodwill Group Party Goodwill Group of Greater Miami will hold a luncheon and card party on Thursday noon. Jan. 19. at Beth El Congregation. 500 SW 17th ave. Alec Gibson Due At Beth Torah Ale< Gil vision personality, will i : tttfe about his career when he m with the Town an I Country bers Sunday night ..t Beth l Congregation. The organization is open to single Jewish men and womei Refreshments and dancing will be included in the evening's enter tainment and new members are invited lajj JFCS Official Attends Confab Seymour Siegel. vice chairman ol the South Florida chapter. National Assn. of Social Workers, is a'tending the White House Conferonce on Aging this week in Washington. DC. RABBI ZVI ELIMELECH SPIRA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE ORPHAN HOMES OF POALE AGUDATH ISRAEL IN ISRAEL will speak Saturday, Jan. 14th at 5 p.m. (at Shalos Seudosl at Beth Tfilah Cong. 935 Euclid Ave., MB ON "THE YOUTH OF ISRAELTHEIR FUTURE" Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky Spiritual leader of Be'h Tfilah. will introduce the Guest Speaker. Public is welcome. Siesel is one of the five delegates selected trom throughout the country by the Association to represent the social profession at the conference. 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January 13. 1961 ^Jtwisti fkruditaiin Page 13-A ALES OF MORALS mportant buyer, upon mit' large supply house of costly ( accidentally, tipped one of ki :> mi display and brol^e K IMS extremely upset Tin o\ the fvarehoiUe^dhmng lo" the bttye fei I better and .1: tut t, In 1 •' %  would V I! : ... %  .. f'uiM %  •' %  %  •it' II If you •• 0/ youi :• dependi nl upon you, U t< .('.:.(.:. 11 may even be d. but to iJigfii acquaint: u best tu refrain from %  s„ vices *J h i 9 LU c c h e n a By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER Beth Kodesh, So. Miami Heights Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. — • — ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ve. Conservative. Maxwell Superman, president. RABBI HAROLD HICHUR I Ston R0 77 %  nan 3S 'cw Q~on\craation ? I ? n j I jj man 1 ? n-aipx T : vl T-: T V • ft nWlOJ TIE 1 ? AN TIN nrrsn *?3 ^tf orsm T T • I n nVis Maa-i ,-Mn • I I T T I • • T vs?a Toisn an ^p-21 n^n o-r^n nijamyr rrcas TO, an ,D^pb l ?ri^ nnirrn rr-nin .f"ix^-fino utfb$ rrcn&xn n^sn DISK DK T I T 1 • 1 : T ,na^ HBS 1 ? r.nn?s?D3 (j*?iy anas ana rr ,".,•• T v a • • 1 • A glance at the American Jewish scene readilv reveals visible signs ci .. revival oi Jewish life. The increase in number and sizes of synagogues the increase in enf~ "'""'""' '• rollment in Jewish schools, the • BETH DAVIH MM CW •,* ,.. <>> increased devotion of our people to %  %  %  %  •! 1 IUS s, and the prodigious icatioi ; Jewish interest, all 10 .! renai in our midst. a glance at the weeklj lion n ..;. sharpen our 5t wei k's read ng con1 cl with Most -' : ng disgrun tied at hi pparent fail ire to connee 1 h to send the Hebrew laves u! %  Egypt. In this week's pi rtion, we read that as Moses turn.to God. he is told. "I am the Lord. I appeared unto Abraham. Isaac and Jacob as God Almighty, but My Name, the Lord, I did not make known to them." He then says with a spirit of determination, "I will extricate you. .1 will deliver you. .1 will redeem you. will bring you unto the Promised Land." As we read this paragraph, we wonder why God revealed a different Name to the Patriarchs and a different Name to Moses. But a careful perusal brings us the answer: Moses perceives God as the God of Redemption. The Patriarchs, who never experienced a like redemption, had different concepts of God. We may now understand why the Jewish people were first given the Torah at Sinai, alter the redemption irom Egypt, and not in the times ; of the Patriarchs: in order for a people to accept the word of God, they I must first see the hand of God. The people who received the Law, which was to transform human personality, had to be impressed that change was possible. They who saw that history is not static and that Divine : honor Men's Hub; Einanucl Newman" forces operate within history and bring about drastic changes, could SST!l^Vm !" ^5lJ^?"j^ i!K appreciate that the Divine forces within men could bring about a new type of ethical individual. In our own day history has repeated itself. When the Jewish homeI land was reestablished in 1948, the Jew again beheld the power of redemption. Many who had lost faith, now found some of that faith rei CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 4oe turning. And for those w ho behold redemption, the trek to Sinai is a 16th %  %  rthodt < ^ short one. i CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. One of the reasons for our survival is that we never forget our mo'55 sw istn st.. Miami. Rabbi Sam• t j **.!_ j ..... ue April. Cantor Gershon Levin. ments 01 redemption. They are deeply embedded in our minds and Frlda> 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Let us I hearts. Not only on Passover do we remember the Exodus but whenever [Worship Together." Special service It. I we lift the Jewish Prayerbook we are confronted with the idea of re' j demption. and we are taught that just as redemption was a reality in the past so can i; become a reality for the future. The remembrance of our first redemption preserved our people I w,ln Kiddush In his hon i for more than 3.000 years. Will not this modern miracle of redemption '"" 8eudo "' # continue to preserve us and revive us? OADE HEIGHTS CENTER 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Max Zucker Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday v:;i> p.m. Sermon: "The Silver Tongue." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon I.. 1 My People > ;.i Bi r Mitsvnh Mark, son of Mr. ami .Mrs. Irving GEMS OF WISDOM i*e 1" BETH DAVID. 24:5 SW >d ave. Conservative Rabbi Norman Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. s %  p.ni Sei How .in V'i Leal II : I. \. THJJI %  n daj I' H.i I in '' %  %  •• .. |i>) -..11 1 >f Mr. ami M • %  1. of Mi HIHI Mi> W BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Hinbi Solomcr Schiff. I When I Sni nidi 1 I \i 1 n. 8ETH EMETK. I8CV JW 2nd ave. Conservative Rab: ."David W. Her•on. Cantor HymAn Fein I' S:1.1 |im Si rn nn Th< SuperKtitlinin I Supi rstli Ion s.i • Sermoi W 1 • u\\ • 1 %  % % %  Si mi. in of. B< Hi I:IIU iii 11. in \'. ., hi... 1 Will rnNiin. 1 >. \ lees. • 5ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. KYIriaj "• l". p.m. Saturdaj S %  % %  < H MI. Sermon: "The Alms ol Ben-Ourlon." BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr. Rabbi Harold Richter. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. RackovsKy • BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th %  ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Man— God'* ("nflnished Symphony." Services will of Mr. aiid Mrs. Milton Rosa; Theod-ire, son of .Mr. and Mis. David Kloth. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. few %  the i % %  i, \\ I' • HOI IM V II M I M • ami %  %  N Ml \M 1 charat lei i>pu MON II MORI In .lie future ..'.' wcri/ices and prayer] toill be abolished except thai I'I Than^.sgn ng. I I VIT1CI R.ABBA ve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh Cantor Davlo Conviser. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Israel and the A-Bomb. Saturday l":l". a.m Bar Mltsvah: Kenneth, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Julius B. Shapiro, TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Harry Lawrence will officiate .ii Baa Mttsvah of Ann. dauvhtcr of Mi il Mn Arm in I'orites. Saturday 8:3d a.m. Invited to iioine nf Mi. ami MiSeymour Goldstein, Sisterhood president. Saturdas : %  a.m. Bar Mltavah: Charles, Ron of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rothman, p.m. KhaCAMOW Uoitr arai Tora! ib If uli hat m he m r 1 Academy for Chazanut is at the institution will in ^e liturgies of all the comin Israel, including the [communities. pstitutlon demands various from the students. They Of good education and ob|of tradition in their way of institution guarantees prelessons in Hebrew and |>r students who come from Academy proves successactivity it can be expected lei will be able to send chaz |the Jewish communities in pora. by the Brit Ivrit Olamit) 1DIUIGHTIHG TIM Tebet — 5:35 p.m. %  ssVMsaaBjBjBjBsaji BjajBajsjsji of King Solomon's throne? We do. We read in the tenth chapter of the first book of Kings (Verses 18-201 that "the king made a great throne of ivory, and overlaid it with gold. The throne had six steps. .and there were stays on either side and two lions stood beside the stays. .and twelve 1 sculptured ) lions stood on each of the six steps nn either side."" The scripture adds "And there > was not the like made in any kingI doni." • This page is prepared in cooperation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi David Hcrson Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Herson Tuits of Moral Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitx Know Tour Heritage Rabbi Solomon Schiff Gems of Wisdom Mr. M a.m. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Frldaj 3:30 and 8:13 p.m Sermon: The •!• wish i.'f' 1 %  • •Sh hi'-iMr and Mi Mil ha I Ma honor "f aimi\ fi -.1 ) • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid. Cantor Abraham Seit. • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can. tor Ben Grofsberg. Saturda j '• a.m Ral ahnii •: 1. -1.. 1 u Mltavah ol Sldni \. %  %  '1 .1 nd A: Morrln \l Sikol What is the essence of the story of the book of Job? The story ol Biblical Job is the story ot the anguish <>! a man who cries out against fate and against B.C.E. to 200 C.E. The author ol V',' ,„!., | God. He is perplex*d by the pro" particular maxim is the famSOUTHWEST CENTER. 64J8 SW 8tr St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Iids ) 8:15 ] m .-' rn 1 Import f 1 leii n: Ing Saturda) v 30 H • r:... Mltrv ih: Imvld, sun ol Mi blem of the suffering of the good ous Rabbi Hillel. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320 NE 171st St. Rabbi Jonan Cacian. and the prosperity of the wicked. I R | p^fo.* !" ? Rn L^Tno^: Job himself, according to the Where in the Bible is the allegory \i ml Mrs Harold illnsl us. was God-fearing and pros v>n .f Dr. Rn? of birth of da unliter. Sal TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrm.in. Cantor Hirsch Adler. Frldaj v 30 p.m. Raturdai '.* a m, Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Bai Mltavah Michael, 1 Mi and Mra Louis E. Lubin. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NF. 19th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Frldaj 8:13 p.m. Sermon; "Ben-Gui on anil A nit 1 Ics n .I-\K r> ." • TEMPLE JUDt„. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb, iriiiay s 13 ( m Sermon: "Masic and Superstition Among Jews." Candle hlesslns and Kiddush bj Mr. and Mrs mils Robins In honor of Bar Mltavah "i son, : '"a .-'.it in das 10:30 0 in, — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Frldn> S 1'. p.m Saturda) 8:43 a.m Sermon: "Weeklj I'ortlon." Bar Mltsvah: Glen, -• %  !! of Mrs. Irene Clurne) Ste' -11 ••• Mi and Mrs. Bernard Bull) TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombera. hrldn) v IS p.m Sermon "What Ptlee l' eed Sal 11 • %  •:• > 8:13 a m 8< 1 nn.11 Wei kl) Port 1 11 • TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE l&th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. P IIIH) 13 p.n In: i, annlversar) "i' servanci Torah blessings, I '1. Alvin 1. i\ • %  ting Mrs. Her man (Helen 1 !: %  .1.-.. In -• rmon, t'arl Upton TempU Slna Will Us Fu ture Jusi l> Ii-Past?" Saturda) 11 a HI. — • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flammqo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Fi Ula) %  1 p.m Scin n timini an KdUi teil Hear) Clear Vis Ion "Mi? 1 %  •:. 1 II n >ii host 'Mr a Shabl a • S)l a da) 9 % %  m Sei mun; Wevkl) Portlol TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Fi iiia v s.13 p m hern 11 'Religion and .i"i .1 in. -• m n Weel on," TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. o* the Vallsv of Orv Rones' Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxot rne valley or ury Bonesf m man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. What lesson does it aim to TEMPLE OETH AT/. ; 95O N. Kendall Frlda^y :o p.m Sei "Appeal dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert jncei Saturda) 8:30 a m. Bar Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Mltavah; Harold, son of Mr. ami Mis. i 'a \ i.l 1 ". ;: • .-v teach? I will continue to hope in Him." • drew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vollmeller. story. perous. His faith, on the urgency of Satan, was tested by God. His sufferings included sickness, death y 0l w nj find it in Ezek.. chap. i'ri


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Fcge 14-A fjknist fturkHaun Friday, January 13 iggi Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN 1 The Old %  Fashioned Stereoscope Breathed No Life FAMILY! By Fannie Hurst. 266 pp. New York: Doubleday & Company. $3.95. %  IKE THE OLD stereoscopic pictures which made a Sun!" day afternoon's recreation. Fannie Hurst's new novel ; the illusion ol depth, but not the breath of life. As the • exclaims, the b ok Is about a family, the three Sprague brother-, their wives, children and in-laws. There is rich Charley, with his knack for making money and his two ip offspring: there is John Henry who married a Jewish pianist who never feels quite peaceful about it: there I, a plodder, and his dull-as-dishwater, salt-of-the-earth family. The storj •from house to house, opening the i rs on the separate problen ol each set ol occupants, until a kind ol cohesion is effected by an outsider name I Virgie. Virgie is a blowsy, overpainted, frank, vul woman from the wrong side of town, a demimonde ol ti nished past but sterling-and-gold heart. Virgie is Mother Earth, with flowers on her hat; she warmmen at her ample bo.-om. The saga of middle-class America with its petty tragedies and triumphs seems well worn by now: even its th( on the value ol down-to-Earth goodness — the common touch — has been overworked. If the illusion of depth is sometimes sustained, it is due to the cliches ol the cha ters: we have met them so often in a hundred othi that we already know all about them. Familiarity should, by this time, breed variation; Miss Hurst, prolific author B ck Street" and ••imitation ol Life" and myrii otht i United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON United Nations Tackles Anti-Semitism Again United Nations i QACIAL AND RELIGIOUS bias, %  ini luding anti-Semitism in all j forms, takes the top ol" the .United Nations agenda this month! On Jan. l(i— exactly .1 year since ate 11 nti-Semitic manifesta ns thai horrified the world ini the closing days of 1959 and the early weekI960—bias came here again to the :'. r< front. It : ain that many people throughout the world may prefer to forget what happened a year following the 19.59 Christmas Eve desecrations ,: synagogue and a memorial to victims ol Nazism in (( i igne. To Jewthe memories of those days %  still fresh—and must remain vivid as reminders (I what could happen. Fortunately, the United Nai forgotten. On Jan 10. the UN's small. tudi ugh anti-bias unit convened for its ihi %  e-week session. year's anti-bias session is the 13th in an i : meetings by a group with t li* long till* ommission on Prevention ol DiscrimiOverseas Newsletter: By ILIAHU SALPETER Second Atom Reactor w Jerusalem JHEN ONE OF the local evening papers, on a Friday afternoon, pubed the contentof an article in the London "Daily Express" about Israel approaching the ability to manufacture nuclear weapon-, nobody in Israel took the matter too seriously. Forecasts in this spirit have been published from li time ir. various magazines in which Israel was liste amor.''he small nations thai might soon have their own i rael officials, obviously, hoped that this story, liki thi otherbefore it. would die by itself. However, instead ol dying, the story became very much alive and articles on the subject began to appeal in various Western capitals. There was -till no official menl trom the Israel Government—except denials ol rts that the Israel Ambassador in Washington had led in to lh< Stati D partment and asked to ex lh< 5t< Only after the chairman of the United States mic Energy Commission stated publicly thai I beei quei :< d on fhe -object did the Israel Atomergy ion publish a statement to the effect nuclear i in this country was for peaceful nly. • natural I • %  d m the i fi r (he pi %  i i 'i m mission I nenl i 1 1952. H ei ed in this fii until Mom for P< c< < "onfen %  had devi loped a proci -for the i the k< I out a method for the enrichr by a pro< ess thai does nol n quire • r During the same Conference, its intention to build, within four years, •or. It is the discovery of a cheaper method to manufi heavy water was the significant asset which enabled Israel to sign atomic research cooperation agrseveral countries. I lo-ed that Israel signed an a with Franc eavj vater production as far back a1953 and this bilat< reemenl was extended to include Briti d to cover also the mutual exploitation oi .Mutual assistance m the atomic field eved also with Norway and two years ago Pronn, chairman of the I.A.E. Commission. hoped to operate an atomic power plan:, through her close cooperation with Not 1965. nation of Minorities, a unit of the IN Commission Human Rights. When the subcommission me* in January. I960, the swastikas were -till fresh in their lurid paint on the wallof synagogues and other Jewish institutions around the world. "Jude Ran-" in its original German Nazi form—screamed from the walls of desecrated 8] nagogues. Jewish cemeteries had been desecrated Threatening Utterand proclamations against Jews iven Still being received in the anonymous minis or %  mped on the desks and thrcshholds ol rabbis, other Jewish leaders. Jewi_-h-ovn.il -hopand — here and there—even against Christians friendly to Jew-. The United Nationanti-bias unil took note ol utbursts. It did more than that 11 adopted resolutions which not only expressed the world's severest condemnations, but also called for and launched studies in depth in an effort tract basic .. Now this same unit has mai torts before it. Jewish organizations have been among %  : rsl to respond to the UN's call for scholarly, atistically accurate and sociologically pi cepl • evaluations ol what happened and what—this beii eten more basic—had caused th< ces ports are before the subcommission now from a number ol organizations including the B'nai B'rith. the Board of Deputies oi British Jews, the South ican Board oi Jewish Deputies, the American ish I mmittee, the Anglo-Jewish Association, Alliance Israelite Universelle, the World Jewish l ess and the World Union for Progressive Judaism. Many world bodies of non-Jewish character a have filed their own reports. Buthe 1939-1960 plague of anti-Semitism manifestations does nol constitute the sole object ol -lu %  i by the subcommission. On the agenda are these items: A draft report oi a -'u > on discrimination in the matter ol political rights, A progress report, by Jose I) Ingles, of the Philippines, on "a study ol discrimination in respect of the njjht of everyone to leave any country, including own and to return to hicountry." While the anti-bias unit has very strict ruleforbidding the naming of any specific country that violates such ritlitthe perceptive will recognize at once that the Soviet Union, with its rules forbidding the emigra tion of Jev -, ione ot the prime targets in this study. \ report by the' United NationEducational Scientific and Cultural organization on discrimination in education. Further discussion ol a report introduced hist r <>n discrimination in the matter of religious • • practices. Between You and Me: %  workabout little people, should know that b< •• • one by n THE MOST OF EVERYTHING. Bv Harold Mehlir-. y t] op. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Companv 53.7; The nook presents the "story of Miami Bi Harold Mehling, who is not a resident. As In t< books on the city, the vie* is mostly Jaundiced, wi • lie ol great asperity, without the sole virtue them, which was to be amusing as well ..critit nabli number of winds are apen| en the %  architecture and the hotel business, of coarse. Thi has taken painto cite the least savors itfM cts of tl without .. comparable glance at its achieven enti it ithe lm n -hops which g iii i there are pages on bookies and gamblers. His praise as for the city programs tor the aged, i-upert.ci.il Hitongue-in-cheek treatment of the Beach ei menl columnist and ol another piece of printed (whi nol even happen to be a Beach public. ,i redeeming feature. So would have been Mr v courage in writing of the "Jewiahneas" oi Miami B< but the chapter is done with as little taste .,-he | If. Strangely enough, when Mr. Mehling movefrom the tourist area ii is the non-Jewish communit; interest; presumably, the Jewish resid gage in act it ities too normal t<> mention. Perhaps w< eful, at that. The author cries the problemol Miami B< %  ;.-r. Ij Obviously, he has little affectii i for I to my mind, this disqualifies him trom ju More important, I do believe lhal if a man .going • i -ay -in! things about a who!*municipality, he o least io say them wittily, with an eye t< j as kei pif:.. Mehling re. • I %  \ i it i> %  a a 1 i C 1 ir >' t< r< • i o Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Makeup of the Cabinet TWO JEWS IN the Cabinet koved! More, when a man with tbc name ol Goldberg can be ai | thi I abinet and, instead of mockt i thi re igenera] a< i l .iu.\ a i eal i ausi for satisfai I on. I i %  i • long with oi ly om he Cabinet. And even without auldn'i li se any sleep I us< troubled with insomnia, but the doctor said il had d< vith Jews in the Cabinet But when a man with tlK na:m ol Goldberg iselected, 1 feel the country i'o be at dated. It -howthe country is growing, r it-ill of itinfantilism. Mr Kennedy named Mr. doldberg because OOd man for the post, not because he la Thai the way il should be We don't want anj I W< ju-: want to be taken like anybody else, like Pi terians, High or Low Episcopalians, Hard or s ptists, Methodists, Moravians or Zen Buddhist' %  feel that, just because a man is named HickenlO inol necessarily to be' preferred to one named G That all When the Nazis invaded France, the French Minister turned to thJew, Mandril, who was as "the man oi iron in the Cabinet and .-aid, "' I Mat dell, you are the one to save France Man ell replied, I could, if m> name were D Sue h situations should not be' Historian.tell us that Jefferson, when : I a Philadelphia Jewish lawyt i Levy, to the posl ol Attorney General, bul ei was dissuaded by Gallatin. In the Southern Confederacy, a Jew. Judah I .iannn. held three Cabinet posts successively First. J* n Davis Had.him Attorney General, but then I abinet officer to do at the I i mad< Bi • an %  Set n tary ol War, Ji j. of fil to 1-1 111 K :.'j n Cl til f • I; 111 Oil In PI 194 U K: -At 1 tht bui Ch Av vll J> i> the bin Fti S.V Mill eiil N tilebus HA N.\ i-tCln N thfr bus IMI Sir. Me fire IN EL BORIS SMOLAR AJCommitiee Lists New Statistics on Hatred lulORE OLD PEOPLE in thicountrj thi j om more w stility to Jews This has %  %  b ishe I by i pinion surveys used neasure the re l. runbetween utteranceand such factors • ducation, economic status and age se sun ej have Iso established the 'hat the more education people have, and—up to a certain point—the more money they make-, -he less they express anti-Semitism. The American ish Committee has now issued a report based on examination of these correlations. The examination shows that education is the common tor: poor-r pe„ P ie. older people and women frequently less .due : ,te;l than richer people, voungcr people and men However, the AJC finds it difficult to explain why Jewish prejudice apparently decreases in this country education increases, it points out that in Germany oi Kaisen the contary was the faet-the educated elements were the more anti-Semitic. \ rpc • ly iq this country eame to thi i 1 it is n educai on tse If thai accounts foi : pr< • but a combination ol comn ng people who prize education. Also pen) nal contact seems to mak< .. difference, accordin studs The interviewers asked people whether tl • ny kind ol ..--. ciation with Jews, such • aroi gether, mil socially or living in the same neigh* hood. Those with some such associations seemed less a* Semitic than those without it childhood friendships particular seemed important. The American Jewi mittee feels, however, that it may well be possible W it is not association with Jewthat reduces prejudice, rather the absence ot prejudicethat indueI ratl the \.IC report confirms that education P OCiation are the two factors which go with less -' !l Semitism, especially among middle cla.-s Americans The AJC does not undertake to say which of lh< is more important, but promises to go into more r< -< <" on this subject. E81 VIC TO: Tnotl I>lr. n4 of y ore n*ri Wa* and in e'lrc day do i 1, .OS Mlar At to



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I Frktoy. January 13. 1961 r -:—: fJewist FI>orid/fan LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-A IMTHh CIRCu V COURT OF THE 11th JLDC:. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAD'„NTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY N J. 6IC 135 HBBN' ;:i:h ;\i \ \ PI.. WILLI • • %  %  \ \ Def :.m NO-ICE OF PUBLICATION TO: IV I \ \ I:,.' :\l \\ I R, Yol IV Xi iTIFIED II • TMH ii a be — li • j nu nnil Ihi .II < n "0**fl li Plail attorn> i :; % %  mi Ai \i, • |.• Ida, i • i 'ih tin Clerk rjtb d. men! I T i | yo. Pi %  i ing ..,.;. %  tO real • real est • %  i. .-.. \,, %  ini-ah. i .i. i • %  111 T | .i, tHtt^tl %  'I. at w I>;I.Iiv. Florida f i H I.KA 'in i:\i \\ K -i k • ilt < -..in i I ...I %  I i.'i Ida (NH) •I. SNEEDEN, Ut) I "lei k i M-jn-JT, 3 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION INTMECIRC'JT COURT OF THE 11U JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND F6R r I tDADE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN CHANCERY N). 61 C 260 .TANK H. '. • %  I'Uiln: li JAMBS U i-l.. .'IT. DefanlanSUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: .1ASIKS 'i ..!.; %  ; I ;-| T. Addr— .\v i: You antier. ,.| '| %  ,| ||i:, i ,, |;-|| ">f CoflBplH Ilt I '; \ .., 11.1 "-.li t'led again-' -..ami \,.ii are r. to serve' ., : >ciui .\ns ei QI I 'leading •" • •• ': l .1 Complaint ..n the plaintiff Aii TII.'V l.eona .1 .1 Kallsh, U2!i liiil'.-nt Kuilding. M in I '-'. Ftarl la. %  lie '•; imal AI purer or Pit a Hi. • %  Clerk of th. %  ai ..ii .'i in r. the ISth ila\ \ ... I fall to i in |,j ,|, 'a ||l u ::' be taken the relief demand* d in i %  %  In in I Thl each ui-ek : ,•,-., ;ii\,. a.-.k-. in TMi.li:.' IMI'IAN DONE AN I' ': I :i %  ..• M Florida, Ihi.. • I inn: r\. A D 1M1. M \ V "Ci..i k r>.,.i. i (sfgl) I V.\! \.\ 1 l.BONAP s'l duP. i. \ ', i i. Attorney i r:-•.•.•-:•:. • NOTICE LNDcH FICT.T.OUS NAME LAW NoTli r. is ii :i:':r.Y .;IVI:N -i .,: till Ulnlc.-I-L i i i IIIL; I.. MI;. IV in business under tli fictitious name of I'HAIRKI \l. \' •:!• ,! ;.l N Mi, mi Avenue intend(., r.-msiri said ii.ini, vitli the • ir, • %  *. %  Cii. nil .'..nit of J'de Coi v I" • i la. AHTiiri: .-CHAFKKI. 1j/;a-3l). l/B-ir: • NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is '••'. %  tt i:i-. v I;IVKX tli.it the andc i-im..-1 .1,-IIIIIK to engage In business in.I.-: ... i mi. MI~ name ..! FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTER al ISM S.W. Sth St.. Mi-.mi intends t.. reglstel •aid nan:\wt ; %  l.i k ,.i th. i "n cult Court ..: I i, I'..IIIII\, Fl.oida. U\VI:I:NI i: AIM. Kit. M.D ___, U'-:iii, I iii::-' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW KOTH'K IS 111 :ttl-. I: V HlVEN thai the undei --inni .le iriug to engage In business under : lie fictitious name ..i HALLMARK I'K -. 'RAToRS at 1 ::••< %  N.W. 183rd SMiami inlendl t.. register said nan .u ih the Clerk nf the Cln-uit c ii i %  •' I'i.!•• County. Klori.lu. lUtREit I' .1 ESTIS I u-l :--.'.i J7 NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS i -: %  :111:V HIVKN that the under• -nil v to eii;_iii In Imsinew unde. the fictitious name ul iMitiBT K.NT I:ISKS in ::.-.Mrd Street, Miami I:. i h i nt.iul t.. regIster Mid naiiu.'li the Clerk of the Circuit Com I of I'.nle Cuiitv, Florida |R\ INi BAIBR l S-13-30-S" Mvm BY HENRY LEONARD "Rabbi, since you're speaking to some college students tonight, may I suggest you wear your ivy league yarmalke." LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O^ THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. \ AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 60C 11023 I-.\VAI:I' v. I.I:I:. r; .II. V A i, MA T, I.I:I:. I ..i ••• dai %  ORDER TO APPEAR yor. AI.MA T I.I %  w • %  ••' Htri • i W • Nt Hull) .1 Ida. an !i. i %  i.\ • [o nerve ., i umpl i In "II I'lailllill all," in v 11 \ i: % % %  .\ \\. %  I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY a [YEN the IIII.I.-'-II:II...I. desiring to • bUKinera undei the fictitious name SOl'THEKN RII.T CONSTRrCTI HI "• *• %  :* S K. Miami ['lace, M Intends %  • • -i• % %  •• —. i %  %  %  I 'ircult Cuui ; '..11111 B.l.ti i>RPl iRATIi >N VI rf.VRi 'I.I' .%  ; Rl VIPK \ • • \ |. • '"-.!>• liuild bat in ul >N I., LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. OK 12268 K8TELLE NAMKi:, Plaintiff. yr. VICTOR NAM IK Defendant 8UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: V1CTU N \Mi-:i: Polyollni.I'.-I i :i admit.M..I1..1I 8chool. I'nli <-:iiiiillos|iital. M5 *JVest .".Oili Street New York. New York Tou VI'"Tl>K NAMKIt, are herebv notified-that i l:ll "I Complaint for Olroruo has l,eer, filed aitainst you. niWI you are required t" serve a cop;, or yoaf An-er ..• IM.sidinK to the Mill of Cowplalm "'I 'liplaintiff's Att..r nFa OXI-I'M.\S .< .;ol.T>STKIN. L'HO". W'aat tnanl.-r S-.--.-t. Miami. Klorid.i and flit the original Answer or Pleadina In th. ott..-.of the Clerk of Ih. Circuit <".iuit %  li.f'.re the '.'llh day ofUanuiirt, 1961, If you fall t" do ao, Judmiie >' lo ilefjuilt will Iliken aaa:n~' im the relief d.-maadad in th.r. 1 of Complaint. Tku n.. 1. -'ul, be published once %  icfc woek I'.. inaecutlva week* in THB .11-:v\ 1.-'! i1.' 'Ul! 'I \N DONE AM' 'I'.l • I: II I-: 1 at Miam llnrlda, this J.tii la> of Pii-embel A D. isao B I.KA I'I'I'IUM \N". Cierk. Circuit 1 I'MConniv. Florida ie4) Kv 1. i-:i-:i'K\. I',.-l iIOUBMAN A OOI.I 'MTKIN •.'.:• Waat r • 1 MUual, m. 1 Attorneys for I'M IS t|.S0,l/-13 IN T-IE CiRCL'T COURT O c THE 11TH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT. \ B.N0 FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHASCERV No. 60C 6-S95 In 1:. WANDA 1 rZKTTE W01 11 Mil B> .h'SI-.l'li I.KK l'A\ 'Is IDA 1 % %  %  ::.%  "' DAVIS, Petition' NOT.CE TO APPEAR n 1 BRNEHT BAKER Vddreaa I 'nknoM n) V..U ai •• h.iel, 1.,.. ,: led 'I '' 1 • no .01 file :\ the office of the Cleric 01 the aboi named Comt pe, 1 n -. JOSEPH l.i:i-: DAVIS an.I II'A DORSETT DAVIS to adopt WANDA I.IZETTK \MH I|' VI.U ir.further notified that the said petition has been set t>> the Court fer hearing at !:•.". a.m. on the Slat da> of January, 1941, at the Bade count* 1 ,.111 tin.use in the City of Miami. Florida, and that, unle-s \on appear at raid time and place and make oblectloti thereto, decree of adoption may i.e nranted %  praj of December, 1980 1 B LEATHERMAN 1 'lerk of 1 'Ircult Court — I'I B> K M LYM AN. Deputy Clerk 12 tt-30, 1 8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, tleslrlng to ensage ii II r the fidi;-. >ii nan • %  -. .•"IKil-.SV DRIVEAWAY al Had. 1 tends • %  ...... naid 11. 1 me %  %  i. if the Cln iii 1 -..in i .' 'iui\. l-'l. NEItRIK INC .. l-li-. ,p NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAWN K l.~ IIKRi:ii> (ilVE.N %  .... ti \ .' %  V\ VPARTMEN '.s ul %  I Avenue. I %  I • 'A I • fol %  M ,1 %  • %  ind file the orl 1 ol this i\ i.. %  ill iill i.. entered ... • li II LEATHERMAN. Clerk of 1 he Circuit 'seal) Hi K. .\i I.VM \\. Deputj l%  %  % %  1 %  '. %  NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIi'R IS HEREKY OIVEN that tinundersig I. desiring to .-i,^.,t. in busineas under the fi.tiii uumi ..1MKI'ICAl. I'KKI'IT RESEARCH III'REAl' ai vi Fisherman, Opa-I • %  ka intends i" register mid mime with the clerk ..1 the Circuit Couri % %  • Bade Count) IT.,1 Ida .III.IIS WIENER s.de i twner AI.VIX S CAWN A11..1 n. \ lor Applicant tine Lincoln Road 1 •;-1 '--.'"L'T ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jm Is/i fikiriiilii3iir solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit .1-14,05 Jor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY CHVEN the un.1. rshtned, desiring to 1 business under the rirtitiou* nan BONNIE I' • V APARTMENTS al West Awnue, Miami Beach Inten reglatei -.1 id name I th the 'lei the 'in nit Court of Dade 1 Florida HARRY LANDSMAN 1. I thai •• in %  .. .. %  i %  k of inly 13-. L'ount) Couri 1 REDRIC %  :• iSENTH M. Ri 'BERT B RICHARI s >N S :• u • 1 K-13-2-27 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURTIN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN PROBATE No. 51434-B In RE: E-tate ..: A I 'Ol.I'll hltiED 1 '.-i-eajied. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Ci-.-.lit.irs and All Person* Having claims ..r Demands Against said Esl ,te Yon are hereb) notified and required in |.resent an) claims and demands which you may hue against the •-tala of ADOLPH FRIED deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices in the Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida. within elht calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred JEANNE C. FRlKD. Administratrix MII.LF.R. GOODHART & Rl SSKI.L Attorneys "ii Langfqrd Building Miami ::2. Kl-rda 12 18-30, 1/6-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE 11th JUDIC AL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCi'RV N0.6IC 67 ALICE 1: RIETZFELD, Plaintiff, \ s PAUL RIETZFELD. I 'eleridant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: I-A I I. RIKTZH.'I.H IISS Manor Avem • Bronx '-. Sew York You. PAIL RIETBFELD. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint f..r iDvorchas been filed against you. and v..11 are required to serve g copy of >..nr Answer or Pleadings t.. the BUI of Complain) on the plaintiff** attorney, Von Zamft and Kravita, isis Mi 1 ropolltan Hank Building, Miami :vj. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleadings In the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or before the Ith da) of February, 1961 If you fall t.. do .-... Judgment b) default will b< taken against you for the relief demanded in the Rill nf Complaint. DONE and ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this tth day of January. i!'i 1: B LEATHERMAN clerk of Circuit Court Dade County court House Miami, Florida is. all B) : K M I.V.MAN, Deput) Clerk Tins notice shall i.e published once each week for four .oi-oi ri,, weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. 1 g-13-X0-2i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN CHANCERY No. 60C12149 VINCENT P. PROBST. 1 la in tiff, vs BARBARA ANN PROBST. Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: BARBARA ANN PROBST 8 Tylee Avenue Worcester, Mass. You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Annulment or Alternative Relief has been filed against you. and you are hereby required to serve, a copy of your Answer to said Bill of Complaint 03 plaintiff's attorItej and file the original Answer in the Office .f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or tiefore the Mrd day A January, IM1: otherwise, the allegatlons of the said Mill of Complaint a 111 '.. %  t.ik-n as confessed against you Dated this l'.th day of Ivcemser. 1M0. K B LBATHERMAN "'r.nli 1 -,'-i By: R H RICK. .11: Deput) C|e-k TAI.IAN. FF .v WALLER \ .-.-> f. Plaintiff IS %  Line do Road Miami Beach, tiorida 12 tj.80, 1 '6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C-RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNT'/. IN CHANCERY. No 60C1S85 %  'I: \CK Rl'TKi 18KY, i %  • i: I' l:l K. 'SKY .nt SLIT FOR DIVORCE T< %  K) iSKY • 11 S • : • .1 n Heights. N Yo RTK rKoSK' • %  %  h nol fled thai Bill 1 Con I <\\ 1 irct> %  heel I red to servi k n-w,-r or Pleading 1 AN'lELi \ Al.l I \ -,Miami IS 1' ... .m,| file thi Vnsv .-• 1 •:,., ling In the ofl %  e 1 "lei k ..1 • I.. CIi. ait Court on 01 the ISth da) of January. 1961 If you fall to do s... Judgment by default will be taken against \ ou fi.r the reliel demanded in the Bill ..f Complaint. Thinotice sh ill be published e.o-ii neek for four consecutive .-.-ks • n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami Florida, this |2th day of December, Al'. IM'li E : LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Honda iseal) B) K. M I.Y.MAN'. I '.'put) Clerk ANi; IM... A A 1,1 100 Alnsle) Building Miami ::.'. Florida Attorne) L.I Plaintiff \-; <>;.y:.." 1 .-, N IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN CHANCERY No. 60C12200 THE SMALI.EYI.oiilCs CORPORATION, a Florida Corporation. Plaintiff, \ s P. R MEINCKEand ISABEL MEINCKE, Ins wife; M E, MITCHELL and DORTHA MITCHELL, his wife; RAY M WILEY and BERTHA M. WILEY, his wife. JOHN LIGCIO and FLORENCE LIQOIO, his wife. Defendant*. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: P. R. MEINCKE and I8ABEL MEINCKE, his wife; M K MITCHELL and DORTHA MITCHELU his wife; RAY M. WILEY and BERTHA M. WILEY, his wife TOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a suit has been filed in the aboxe styled Court by THE 8MALLEYLOC.ICS CORORATloN. a Florida corporation, the Plaintiff, for the purpose of uuieting title to lands described as follows, lying and being in Dade County. Florida: The SW 1/4 of the BE Hi of the XIV 1 1 Of Section II. Township ". South. Range 40 ECaat, Dade County, Florida. Yor ARE REQUIRED to file your appearance or other defensive pleadings to the Kill of Complaint liled In this .as.. ..11 or before the Nth day of January, IM1, or in lieu thereol tn suffer .1 Decree Pro Confesso to be entered igalnsi you DATED this 16th day of De.ember. K B LEATHERN \ N 1 lei k < "Ircult < 'onrt (seal) By; K II LANWAY Deputy Clerk IS 23-30, 1/6-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUD ClAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN CHANCERY No. 60C12434 PHILIP HELLER and LENA HELLER, his wit-. Plaintll 1.\ g DAVID i; A. ElcHI ER and EICHI.KU. his wife I lefendant* NOTICE TO APPEAR TH '. n.WTO 1; A. SELLER yx W) rkoff Avenue \Vaid i. k. N'- Jerse) EHHI.KI; (Mrs. I'm "1 a. A. Blchler) JT,tl Wyckoff Avenue Waldwii k. New Jerse) Yor \I:I: HEREBY KOTIFIED that a Complaint to Foreclose that certain mortgage recorded In official Record Book lilO, Page 53, Public Record* ol Dade County, Florida, encumbering Lot in. Block :'--'. Second Addition to WKSTWOOD LAKE.according in the Plat thereof, as recorded In Plat Book SO, at Page ". of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. has been filed against you; an 1 you are herehy required to serve a copy of lour Answer or other pleading* on 'he Plaintiffs' attorneys, Berkeii Kwitney, IS33 N.E. 16:;rd Street. North Miami Reach, Florida, and file the original thereof in the office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the SOth .lav ..r January, 1961, or a Decree Pro CobfeSSO will be entered against DATED at North Miami Beach, Florida, thithe 28th dav of December, IMS F. B LEATHERMAN Clerk of t'-e Circuit Court iseall Bv; K. M I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk 12 ".0. 1 'rt-ir.-'JO NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN :I .undersigned, deslrlni 1 1 1 i ige in i.usin.-ss im.1, r the fictitious names 1 NATIONAL KN T ER Pi: 1 s 1: s JACK D. OL8HEN .v AHFOf'IATI %  I"; N U ITtti Avenue, Mian tends t.. register said name* wii Clerk of the Circuit Couri ..i Dade 1 'ounty, FI01 Ida. NATIONAL IV VTER HEATER 8ERVICE '(1 ., Kla Corp. 13 10, 1 -13M IN THE COUNTY JUDOESCOURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51507-C IN RE: Estate ..f s HARVEY 1REEN8PAN I'. ceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.i All 1 "red %  s and All Person* Having Claims or I '• in. 1 n.iAga risi s % %  Estate You a 1. hi reb) n >i Ifled and • --1 r%  1 :-. ;. %  • .nt anj claims and demands M huh \ ..11 ma) ha\ • ugninsi the • tat. of s. ll.\l:\ El iREENSP \N le;eased late of Dad. .. the Count) .1 idg. Dade 1 1 1 • • 1 1 he Count; t'oui ty, Flnrl 11 els 1 nths from tin .1 JEAN \~ P. ICI i A T: \ II H.\ I! K VI %  :7 \*HE COUNTY Jt. OGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 51423-C IRK IIEN.IAM1N FINKEL I NOT.CE TO CREDTORS To All Credit i Ing 'i.nni.01 Demands v^.. 1 SJ I 1 Estate N 1 are hei eb) no I 1 %  I %  pquir,-d t,. presei • in) lalm* and den which you ma) have igainst the •f BENJAMIN FINKEL di of I lade 1 -oiiiii. Florida, t.. the ty .ludg.-s of Dad.Count)', and !.!• I • in lL.ii offices in tlo .'..:.-. Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from th date of the first publication hereof, or the same wii be barred LEONARD H. FINKEL Mil TON FINKICL, WEINKLE ,v KKssi.KR Attorne) M 1 Ke) hold Building l Miami. Kla I IS in I-13-M NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY nTVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious nan ALL STATES IN'VKSTMFN'T CO I .HI Se> hold Building Miami, Florldu, Intends i" register wild name with 1 'I.-ik of the Circull Court of Dade 1 %  .inn \, FI01 Id DATEI' at Miami. Florida, th da) of December. II A M C INVESTMENT C, I P.\ : Albert Mai tin, President 1 '-13-S0.t7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN PROBATE NO. 496488 In RE: Estate ..• Cl S II SII.VKKSTl'.KN I deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person* Having Claims or Demands Against s'-ii.i [ %  'state: You are hereb) notified and rojiutred to present any claims and den which you ma) hive against the e^ late of CIS H 8ILVER8TEEN dei-.-a-e.l late of Oa.hCoiint>. l-'lorida. to the County Judges ol Dade Counts, and file the same in their office. 11 the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from th.date of the first publication hereof, or the same aill be barred. DONALD 0 SII.VKRSTEKN Co-Executor ARNOLD SI.UMH Co-Executor ARNOLD SlXiME. Attorney 42" Lincoln Roud Miami Beach. Florida i2';s-:io, 1 '6-13 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPOUATiOS OMTFMTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at IH 3-4605



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POM 16-A Jen ist fieri Jrtr Friday, January 13 | The Dancers By MAX IERNER %  -. %  %  v K. I • F .r s i •<• aurlear reex %  • %  ... .-.-,-.-. • %  ; ,. %  e>p*i I ca raises issues j power tad also aba tag 1 • %  • ... $od< %  fram< %  ... 0 I TALK Of THIS TRAGIC BUROES tV • %  • %  -. "• !^ -t %  N %  Beta %  aari was afcreac rst --.--. j • but a ftrs %  i 1 Vi-> Vf .. -• • -. C\vX • (. ( -. .-. 5 as fareaeea aad tmstses. -, gaai a 1 >ic-ctaaec:—ax i: :**o be; JC ::* s.~oi a wan *s suck, saace tbx waafce aaaa a at x= aaar H ;^ 1 tfcew* al tae i1 C*E PART O* THE ANSWER IOCS %  'i: at CJ • ;..>.-:: ;*..N> "." i — al %  %  ; • — .-BBMB : :•*$•: L aai -:Bu: *a*c :i^? Baal -.-*> taeai • • caMaan (a* I far ••-.-..• • %  %  rasa* • .%  ?-. • %  %  -• • %  be t • %  "" ra aaa* laa •• %  an Bac 1 %  ...... • QMS aO0 *C*E-A FLCOTM6* ? %  -as • -a* %  an %  *% %  i • Congress Airs Kennedy Views On Immigration Coat ---*d fra-r Pi9 1 A rears :ssa* [other? %  %  • i ft -'• • .. ... S I %  • Announce Wag To Help Drain A//8 Sinus Cavities ,+ Without Discomfort New decongestant tablet tor sinus congestion sufferers acts both to drain clogged sinus cavities and relieve distressing hud pain New York. N. Y. (Special) Announcement has been made of a new tablet development which has the remarkable abil; help drain clogged sinus cavities an. I thus relieve con: ion and pressure. The headaches, pressure pains, ituffed-up l .. nasal drip,clogged breathall the unrelenting sympI the sinus sufferer knows %  well -are attacked diving drainage of the aii • % %  markable of all i. the fa | that :ii!iaccomplished •' any k;n i This i remarknten ally, tht It deposits ... p j • %  % %  %  %  : area, a acre it shrinkthe swollen doon sinus cavities and h. away the pain-causir.. and congestion. The shrinking aub this new tablet has bei cesafol topically in ; drainage of the sin, that it is now pre* widely by doctors thai terial for this purpose T' medication is now ai drun counters wit for a prescription name. Dristan* I. Tablets. Dn.-tan T only 984 for a bottle Buy and use I>: lets with the absolute, that they will draii causing pre>sure an of the sinns eaeitie pain and dlstn— price will be refur: rttlltf'JIJlJMfifi d %* v Bills to Prohibit Assist to Boycott C>--. ;. -IP5 4 I %  %  laaas %  • %  parts (ei areas -• •X)r>* oi the Ncli&n *\£ t OWest one/ :-J:MI &/. 9r /AVSMCS-.-W lOAN ASfOCI CiADonf of MIAMI -mtf* t'0B rr-^: l:o *XEi&fmm&* y $> .%  w-w-v—-v^-v THE PROSTATE GLAND Nervousness in Males over Fifty Night Irritability and Loss of Rest Orbolmg (r*qvn* uhrvation. No drug* — no %ur?*ry Read rh< sensible dtscussJon. "WHY MEN ARE OLD AT FORTY Box No 1667, Coral Cables Fli REAL ESTATE AUCTION OVER TWO MILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF CAREFULLY SELECTED PROPERTIES. PHONE FR 4-4151 fw POmpa lU brochure of hotels motels, store and warehc-se be d -as sub-divisions shopping center sites and ocean Front --ds located Miami, Tampa Vero Ft. Lauderdale, HollyvvcHo>-^esfead and Hialeah areas. TIME Saturday Morning, 10 A.M., January 21 PLACE EVERGLADES HOTEL MX 3rd ST. & BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI, FLORIDA SaoasortW fry Miami Real Estate Exchano^, Inc. 139 N.E. l,t St.. Miami. Florida



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% % %  % % % % % % %  % %  ^ % %  %  % %  H J 771 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alexander, formerly of Orange, N J.. and residents of Miami for the past four years, are celebrating 50 years of marriage ... In honor of the occasion, son. Louis Alexander, jr., of Bellaire, Tex., and daughter, Mrs. Henry Schoenfeld, of Long island, N.Y.. are entei for them al .! cocktail party at the Casabl hotel on Sunday. -'an. — • • • Mrs. All xai.der is vice president of B'nai B'rilh Women's Coun(il of South Miami and B'nai B'rith Women of Miami She holds an office in Laurel Court 11. Order of the Amaranth. Nomad-, oi Avraduka ia charter member of the United Order of True Sister-. Fidellty-Hul'i.i oi New Jersey, and is active in Mt, Scopus Haelas.•ah and Pythian Sisters Roosevelt Temple She served apie-icient ol B'nai B'rith Women of the Oranges, Montefiore Aid SOCK ty o( New Jersey, and Women's Auxiliary of Kuth Lodge Louis is pa-t royal vizier of Hegira Temple DOKK. of Newark. N.J., past chi.iucih.i commander of Kuth Lodge, Knights of Pythias, ; nd a Mason Son. Louis, is a free lance writer, and daughter, Rosalind, teaches the dance They each have two daughl • • • • Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Blank, oi 1115 NE 133rd St., No. Miami. (lebrating 'heir 42n %  •! wedding anniversary on Jan. 5, were to observe the happy occasion with their son. Maj. Paul Blank, and I is family at \.,:.< %  -•.,. •;.. wher. !-.<• ; -lationed at Camp Moo j The Mnjoi and his wife contributed a further cause for eel 1 ration, the birth of Iheir third daughter The senior Blanks Save two other children. Capt. Harold I. Blank, and Mrs Seymour Dorislee) Feinstein, and seven grandchildren Mrs. Blank I neda) is a past president ot Sisterhood Congregation Yehudah Moshe Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Berkowitz, of Fifth ave.. New York City, Maying at the Lucerne hotel, have been winter visitors in Miami Beach since 1937 They not only enjoyed the climate, but had faith iff the luture of the area and showed it by investing in what may have seemed, in those long ago days, as very unlikely places But their judgment hapaid oil. tor this year, they have the pleasure of watching International House of Pancakes of California put up tme ol their unique buildings in a growing chain on the property leased to them by Irv in No. Miami Beach, adjoining Beth Torah'Gonpe'iahon. 'WU • <^A Mrs. Lee Mills is trying to tone down the exuberance she feels en her win in the Class B Bayshore Women's Golf tournament, but since it was such a closely-fought battle every hole, and she is such an ardent golfer, -he bubbles just describing the match Mrs. Ida Cohen won in Class A. but there was a time she was more concerned with creating ash trays and pitchers in the ceramic class in Temple Beth Shalom's patio Sister Kern (Mrs. S^ni) Harris, a sometime resident of Miami Beach, now living in Rockford, 111., must have been proud to get the news oi Ida's prowess on the golf course Another four-generation family enjoying a visitfrom the matriarch, great-grandmother Mrs. Bertha Roth, of Paterson. N.J.. are her Children, the Manny Austins, of 1675 Cleveland rd., and the Sam Phillips. 126 SW 21st ave.. with grandchildren Beth and .loni, who belong to the Austins and the Jerrold L. Phillips and Fred W. Phillips, children of the senior Phillips Greatgrandchildr?n are Rosaline and Deborah. Paul and Jack, all Phillips, who call Mrs. Roth, 80plus, "little grandmother.'' •* %  Parents for the first time are Golda and Boh Siegal Son Kenan Aran. 6 lbs 13 oz.. was born Dec. 28 Proud grandparents are the Sam Siegals and Mack Mo.stovoys. of Philadelphia. Pa. Real devotion to a grandson was displayed by Mrs. Joseph Robins, who returned from Israel to be with Don Robins for his Bar Mitzv'ah Also from Israel came an uncle. Asher Cray, and from Washington. DC Mrs. Morris Apple and Mr. and Mrs Kli H. Chayt. two aunts and another uncle With Mr and Mrs. Max Meyerhoff. of Miami, who are great-great uncle and aunt, lour generations ol the dan gathered for the happy occasion Walter and Molly Jacobs. 4125 Jefferson ave.. have been squiring best-selling author and columnist Cleveland Amory and wife, Martha, long-time friend-, around town The writer is one of the directors of the Festival of Seven Arts at Walter and AI Jacobs' Lake Tarleton Club in Pike. N.H. The lamed summer resort will start its 24th year in June Jerry Hart. !!)-> car-old -on of Jen(Castaways) and Belle Hart. 5020 N. Bay rd.. now a student at the University of Pennsylvania. will spend a year starting next July at the Sorbonne in Paris Long-term plans include fallowing that with several terms of hotel schooling in Switzerland as a preparation ior fitting into dad's hotel footsteps. A half-century of wedded life wacelebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosner. of Philadelphia. Pa., who are staying at the Sterling hotel ... In keeping with the significance of the day, Mrs. Rosner wore a "Golden"' lace dress Also at the oceanfront Sterling are Rabbi and Mrs. Leo Jung He is spiritual leader of Jewish Center of New York, professor of Jewish ethics at Yeshiva University, and chairman of the cultural and religious committee of the Joint Distribution Commission And: Cantor and Mrs. Koussevitzky, of Great Neck, formerly cantor of ViIn.i and Warsaw. Poland, now cantor of Temple Beth El, of Borough Park And: Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Roseman. of Jenkinton. Pa., donors of the clinic bearing their name which is connected with the Kupat Helim, medical arm of Histadrut in 1-rael. • Housegue-ting at the home of Mr and Mrs, Morris Honigbaum. 818 W. 40th st.. iMrs Belle Bassett. of Chicago After the summer spent in Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Haber — he Is the author ot "Odyssey ot an American Zionist"— are spending the winter at the Abbey hotel They will make their 19th trip 9 Israel next year for the Bar Mitzvah of grandson. Dan Peleg. in Ttt Aviv. the 0(/< ovnan s li/oM dfewislh Flor MMan Miami, Florida, Fr:dcy, January 13, 1961 Section B Prominent Miami Beach citizens meet with the Miami Beach Committee for the Advancement oi Opera at a luncheon at the Alaiers hotel. Seated are Mrs. David Hochberq, Mrs. Emil Morton and Mrs. Leonard Jacobson. Standing are Miss Chris Roberts, Dr. Arturo di Filippi, "The Woman of 1961" will be one of the exciting features at the "Premiere Luncheon" being planned by the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division on Feb. 7 at the Eden Roc hotel. Shown discussing plans for the colorful affair with chairman Mrs. Fey Albin Robbins (second from left) are Mrs. Alex Mcnson, Mrs. A. L. Glickmcn, and Mrs. Samuel Halperin, vice chairmen. Cancer League Luncheon Friday A luncheon meeting followed by cards is on the agenda lor the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach when it convenes on Friday noon at the Seville hotel. Mrs. Abe Schonfcld, chairman of the group's only fund-raising event of the year, a luncheon to be held on Wednesday. Feb. 8. at the Americana hotel, will formulate final plans lor the gala afEmotional Needs Her Topic "The Emotional Needs of the Young Child in a School Setting" will be discussed Thursday night. Jan 19. at the PTA meeting of the early childhood development program. North County YMHA, by Miss Jcannette Schwartz, chief psychiatric worker of the Dade County Child Guidance Clinic. of the Opera Guild of Miami, Mrs. Ritter Levinson, Mrs. Leonard Spitalny and Dr. Leonard Jacobson, president of the committee. The Opera Guild is celebrating its 20th anniversary this season, which opens with "Andrea Chenier," starring Renata Tebaldi, on Jan. 23-25-23. Pioneer Women Plan Functions Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday. 1 p.m.. in the Community room of the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Lincoln rd. Tuesday evening, in the same room. Club Elath will hold a regular meeting, with Mrs. E. Hietin presiding. The cultural portion will be dedicated to Jewish Music Month. Coral Gables chapter of Pioneer Women will have a luncheon on Wednesday, noon in the home of Mrs. Louis Sachs, 8(H) Messina ave Coral Gables. Mrs. Sachs, new member ol the chapter, will sponsor the luncheon, proceedol which are earmarked for the Pioneer Women's Child Rescue Fund. Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen. Kadimah president, reports a membership party at the Biscayne Terrace hotel on Thursday evening. Jan. 19. Mrs, Lillian Cohen, membership chairman ol Kadimah. and her committee have arranged tinprocram, Mrs. Muriel Ham will sing, Mis Milton Green, Council president, will be guest speaker, and a skit. "A l'at.h of Grass." written by Mis Harold Shapiro, will be performed. On the committee with Mrs. Cohen are the Mc-dameHarry Stone, William Soklotl. Jacob Weiss. Milton Kcsslcr. Fred Sandier. Harold Shapiro. Albert Berson. William Chase. Joseph Feld. Louis Fried. Leah Friedson and Jack Bott. fair. Highlighting the afternoon will be exotic fashions designed by nationally-known K u r 0 p e a n and American couturiershown by Martha Of the Americana and Coronet models. Everyone attending the luncheon on Feb. 8 will be eligible for a prize to be given that clay — an all expense vacation for five days for two at the Hotel Riviere d'Haiti at Port au Prince. Haiti. Proceeds Irom the sale of tickets to the luncheon will support the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach project, which includes maintaining two beds for terminal indigent cancer patients at Mt. Sinai Hospital at a cost of $10,000 a bed yearly. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Damon Kunyon Cancer Fund, of which Mrs. Robert /. Greene is president, is supporting the local organization in it.s project. B'nai B'rith Social Singles B'nai B'rith Social Singles will have an installation dinner dance Sunday. 6 p.m.. at the Barcelona hotel. Newly elected Officers are Edward H Levin, president; and Archie Allman. Sid Davis, Irving Handel and Mrs. Faye Sonn, vice presidents. Harry Woolf is immediate past president.



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Page 2-B *j(ni*lt fkirHUcmn Friday. January 13 — PTA's to Eye Jewish Education PTA (i th. Jewish schools I lewi.sh Education. will analyze Greater Miami and Tues NEW si %  sions ., members I Hapoalot chairman for Club 2 and active in the Combined Jewish -... ation will be given by Sarah '! Milton Green. Council president, will be guest speaker Toas:master is Mrs. Abraham Sbedroff. entertainment will be by Sonya Weiss, lolksinger. Golda Meir Club of Miami held its first meeting of the New Year on Tuesday evening at Beth El Congregation. Mrs. Beckwith presided a: a card party, with proceeds earmarked for Golda Meir's. Child R< M Fund. Mesdames Israel GersU in and Bessii M %  ;f were in chargi the event Hostesses w 1 re ihi Mesdames Irving Sachs. Sam Oiand Rcdceca Ishlon. Mrs. Doroth> Krieger Fink will be guest speaker at the weekly meeting of the Yivo Forum ol Greater Miami on Saturday eve ning at Miami Beach Public School. 1420 Washington ave. Mrs. Fink, noted lecturer an.i speaker, K a prominent Zionist and Hadassah leader Mrs. Fink will discuss Thodor Herxl — Creator of Modern Zionism." Her tlk will include aspects of Dr. Herxl's life work and its impact on world Jewry. Tj,, mmemoration 0 | tht cum : • 100th annivi 1 iarj celebration I the birth ol Dr Herd. Program will also include Beryl Morrison, in a reading from an es.;,-, m Dr Heizl bj Dr A Korai nick, and a mus presentation of Israeli and Zionisl songs by Cantor William Lip-or.. ol Beth David Congregation Yivo Forum is a weekly presentation of -he Greater Miami Yivo 1 ommitti 1 of all PTA'a will form bun sions to discuss 1 M of the previous • P .Mil be chaired b> ,.,„-. ii Temple Emi 1 : h ot % %  %  %  %  B'I mid, with r'i ,] v temple Meni tui and Bet*) Torah n Special kits of 1 .en! to all < %  l< • 1 1 lie I-..// .. .. lists ot questi \ l the discuss V> Ru me annual tel Council ot !'!•.the Bureau Greater Miami ; '"' Council deli gat Mrs Char!. | ident and dell gi ti dames Jo* p Band. H. Bergei wj J Buchsbaum M;n .''' Nathan Dublir. L101 B L Fabric Mil ( Fmk. s.l Frank. !" Kmanui'i Ginsberg Ruth %  '''' Dorothy Green) eri ."' mel. Max Hand h : !" J Mickey Lev, Ruth Litman. i£J dore Lomaskir. Milton Frieda Miller. JiMph Pirdc. J phie Pearlm. Bernar.! Rci'ir. Terry %  e Grace Wilson id and Rubin /• he 1 su f Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! _. ~ *.*, HO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening — ~~J 1 "tidfltlti/L UMIL "dU tub? HOLLAND HONEY CAKES OUTSTANDINGLY DELICiOUS! NO FAT OR SUGAR USED! LOW. LOW IN CALORIES TRY ONE SOON AT YOUR FOOD MARKET OR HEALTH FOOD SHOP ASK FOR HOLLAND HONEY CAKE ASK FOR BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC. JE 17117 The genius of real Jewish Cooking! Now! 16 Delicious MANISCHEWITZ Bi S or 11 r vbr lire U icy hi 8 BRAND NEW king for— wonderfully full-flavored, with loi ered goodness. Brimming with garden vege1 tempi %  ,. SO me ingredients—ai! m r c 1 satisfying stock LIMA BEAN • TOMATO VEGETARIAN VEGETABLE BEAN • GREEN SPLIT PEA CHICKEN VEGETABLE • TOMATO AND RICE • LENTIL 8 IMPROVED FOR YOU! Everybody loves these family favorites—and no* they're better 1 n ever! Perfectly blended by the famous r.'ANISCHE'/. :TZ cocks—ready as UHcuD^.r' h6at serve %  -e delicious! S 0 0 u BARLEY # CH!CKEN M *TZO BALLS S^rc 0 ^ N 0DLE # CH,C **N KREPLACH RICE CHICKEN KASHA CH.CKEN (CLEAR) em, MANISCHEWITZ r* r NEWARK, NEW J £F THE B. MANISCHEWITZ CO. C



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13. !" Zl I "ridcsS January 13, 1961 *"Jen r§P IfhrHrnncjun Pcge 2-3 Chapter on Show nanrth ami ul fa>hion show • of tl^HlIx it .1. C.i'.k'.n chapter of \ B'nai Fri'li u %  << v imiiv FaaUot :i ti'.i ture oRhir.u f •' ><>mc of the area'* out-.i.);-:;rcl Btores. Evw, which takes place in the Fiahaiyat n > :r •:. %  MUUT.S hotel on Wli':< %  : I asWons Mothers Beautiful, the Ynn:. • S •• Hernie Blank, Adrllf Thu; :r ; ( .:' >l's Fashions v. ill be presents! I'rO—ads of •!'. -'i.iv will help • -inort fh< %  many nonarian pini.i: i-opies. . _: :n -he treatment Of arthi .,", : related disease*, the Leo \ Levi Hospital at ho; Springs. Pirdt -fanet WeinsH -k i< chairman of he affair th.r :" t ature the nembers of Gilbert .1. Balkin. their -bands ano i • %  en. modeling he clothes. — Beth Torah PTA Conference Week Semi-annual • %  %  •• %  :.\uher con?rence was : .,: t'.eth Torah irsery-kinder. %  • %  -, this week. iraham J. G %  :. is education 11 rector. L'nder the <' %  <>i MrSiclley Kay, pre-icnool supervisor, he conference acquainted the • rents with irogram in re' -• to the educalonal, psychohK CJI. physical, relgious and re • mal needs of he children. Members of the nursery-kinder larten school st ,f: who par icipatedin th :r,im include Mesdames Saul Frechtel, Simon T.ilad, Michael Grjen. Samuel Sie2el, Rudolph u and Misses Harriet Levin i :: %  ., 1 \> Miami Beach Recreation Department Resumes Special Interest Activities Miami Beach Recreation Dep't. resumed its schedule of adult e ucation and special intere-i activities In community centers t throughout the city Tuesday. Jack Woody is recreation superintendent. Classes began this week on Jan. 9 and include art. crafts. Spanish, Hebrew, basic English, lip reading, metal etching, mosaic tiles, and slimnastics, plus cha-cha, fox trot, waltz and merer.gue. as well as instruction in round, folk and square dancing. Miss Margaret M. Sweit. Recreation Dep't supervisor of adult activities, is in charge of coordinating the programs Bulletins are available at each Miami Beach playground office, Senior Group Installs Officers Mrs. Sarah Madison v.ainstalled president of the Senior Citizens Friendship Club of the North County YMHA Branch at a special program recently. Serving with her are Ben Salk. vice president: Mrs Celia Reich, recording secretary; Mrs. Sadie Kimmel and Mrs. Stella Friedland. corresponding secretaries; and Isidore Mcrtik. treasurer. Efraim H Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, addressed the dub, which donated $100 to the Combined Jewish Appeal. community and i or ci n be obtained bj cal ling the Information Center. The Miami Beach Recreation Department presented the Fifth Annual Miami Beach Chautaqua Forum last week. The weekly forums at the Ocean Front Auditorium, 10th ft, and Ocean dr., will be devoted to a discussion of the life and achievements of an outstanding American per/ Mrs. Delias Weinstein, of Gilbert J. Balkin chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, models one of the ensembles featured at the chapter's annual fashion show in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel on Ian. 18. Fashions for the entire family will be presented during "Family Fashions on Parade." She'll be Honored Mrs. Fannie Forstein will be presented with an honorary life membership certificate and pin by Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers hotel. HOW ABOUT YOUR YAHRZEIT DATES? FREE JOB PLACEMENT IBM Key Punc*. P'igamj, Wiring HOTEL'THAiN N^OIV.SION TraneBrftrt, S^t.-'ioar-d. Front Of''ce, H£A.tBOO A.] i, Cashier, Etc <>ee Vj l tea tP fl 6: -. 655 Phone Bk. Adeiphf Business College 500-fiB N|7(t5*. NBisc. Blvd. >-\^%PJ-7-72! StJtApproved Book Review Tuesday Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home foi the ^ged will meet Tuesday. 1 p m I -ontainebleau be a hook review. Mrs, I M Weinstein will discuss "Anna reller," by Jo Sinclair. %  TICKETS TOURS CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Cn Be of Service to You on Your Next Holiday Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami MO 6-2516 New %  lit! %  •' ^f 24-Year i : %  brew-Eng ish ( alen lar givea Yahrzeit dates at a glance. In fact, all Hebrew dates and days of the week from October l'J40 to September 1964. All Jewish holiday* to 19701 For free copy, KM II. J. HEINZ CO. Hept. il, Pittsburgh 30, Pa. "FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE BEST Miracle Massage Salon 'STREAMLINE YOUR FIGURE' SPECIALIZING IN BODY MASSAGING We Use a Special "Spot Reducer" AAonda/ through Friday 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturday, 1 1 A.M. to 5 P.M. 2373 CORAL WAY HI 4-1186 r'W^^^'WA^W^^Wn^W'v^W'W'W'V OSrtf Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy Huntington Medical Building 1M SJ. 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F:ge 4-B vjewist ncrktiair Friday, January 13 igg, Center Accents Senior Citizens \ "free trial" IJ beinj offered all Senior Citl %  ui ; January e Gr< aler Miami Jew Center. rs.of age r, may sample anee class ,.. •;, n I ship clu %  -. En ;li>h classes and ci afts, lounge programs full day center programs, %  roups choral groups and mai j othi r a. v lies S in 1 y, Jan 29 rum > held al the Miami YMHA, 150 SM ave \ p cians v 1 xpl r i pi blems deal Couples Ltd. Hear Speakers Couples Limited of Tfti rael heard an address Tut Temple on "AtUtu Sex and Marr age vR chard Altschuli r we and bast .1 1: eii pn "Natural History \' 'i on l.'iir •"— %  J on Beach Senior Wins Award A Miami Beach resid Mrs Nellie G Sa makes her home ch retirement h >te mal donor luncheon of Temple Israel Sisministration vice president Edith : • 3od will be held Wednesday at the Cocoident •-.Kobley, ar.d Rae K %  ; %  Jt Grove Playhouse, featuring a fashion show, men of the donor luncheon workir tails neon and performance of "The Merrv of ;he affaii Widow." Left to right are Rae Graham, adre for the .. %  I ti rs in 11 al the Senior Citi • leach "l Like I?' \ 1 ^ S \ XE 6 avi '• V t V I rectoi Depart m' nl ol Sen ce to Seni ir CU Th :, tii %  %  ford bids, Hadassah Slates National Officer Dr. Gamoran Speaks Here Dr Emanuel Gai I ector emeritus ol the Commission on ical no! the I S ibel won • i< in set 11 remonies Sundaj e\i Dinner Kej Runners-up in the Mrs K. J. Evans, of Durham. former vice president of nal Hadassah, will be guest •aker at an open board meeting the Miami chapter of Hadassah : Monday al the Miami Women's Cab Mrs. Evans. \vno is one of the Ibree members at l3r.2e on the national board of Hadassah has ii> served in toD positions on al and national levefc. She has MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-free may1 m for a I on an extended trip to R '.raveled extensively throughout the reel and ten countries of Eun of nacountry as speaker and organizer ....,, of many chapters in her own and ,. A \ he Mo ^ a v :, \! ..u._ : the Miami chapter will officially i car Hebre C01 .• il ons ?' ude ;w,) women residei addressed the Jewish religious %  .-. rs of Gn on Wed %  • at the Bureau of Jewish Edui il Dr. Gamoran is a former instruc>ther regions \t... r..,„e —-.i. • J open ,ts dnve t0 P ut an American tor at the Jewish Theological Sem ^or h,, t'n ,h • J3f^ fla int0 "** ""dassah home b > inary. former supervisor of Jewish her husband who is serving as making availaWe d memberj fl of New York City, and unew 3-by-5 ft fifty-star lias comthor ol "Changing Conceptions In plete with pole and socket, a: a Jewish Education" and the "Playnominal price way to Hebrew." SWEETHt THAN SUGAt YET NO FOOD VAIIX Recommended by doc'ori foe Atonies oerw*ii>hh md k) calorie d:••-: %  : %  : %  : :-:v:.XwXww.vw.v. .-. %  %  'f m ; ; ''"'•'•'•'•'•'•'•'•TmvrrM'iti'iil 1W.KASHA of course! A traditional standby ... forold-fimey good Kasha ~^) Varneshkes Kasha —/ Kni$hes,andothertreafs. Less than 2c a serving! Mo *r 3, Wj'r, Cna-ny Kr n*'i fjrih) Wolff i KaWw N (>3'r Wolff i Katha Soup. Send for FXEE KASHA COCK BOOK. PHYL'.IS WOLFF, P.nr. Yon, Nt KASHA ME i\s Ravioli •N SAUCE CHEF BOY-AR-DEE m ; *—' .'. n il 11 1 %  % % % %  -„ % %  % % %  [ %  ; tribute J %  LEVINSONS POOD SPICIALTII 1050 East 17tl Hialeoh Florida J 7-1571 O • %  lUE •'• KWZJ; niEK C ^ In Miami it's a FLORIDA-FOREMOST w DAIRIES for Home Delivery Phone FR 4-2621 Th great name in dairy products FRANK J. HOLT, Manage. BITE SIZE MACARONI PIES FILLED WITH CHEESE THE MARVELOUS MEATLESS MEAL THAT'S READY TO HEAT 'N' EAT! For your family, your guests... f r \ lunch or supper... f \r-Dee has captured I I Italian flavor in this new Cheese Ravi %  • itl Just heat... and here's wh.it ) • serve! Italian-tasting tender little DMC r l filled with tangy cheese la> with savory tomato sauce, simmered with mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to perfection in the real Italian way. What a trent to serve... t astier and easier than the frozen kind. And so much thriftier, too. Costs only about 15c a serving. Each can serves two. Buy several cans today.



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+Jfwi*tf PhrMicin Page an u hotel. Seated (leit to right) are Mrs. Isie Rodman. Mrs. Ida Wessel. Mrs. Nathan h, Johan L. Berman, Mrs. Robert Garber. for meer Women Club 1, Mrs. Aaron Newman Benjamin H. Kaminetsky. Standinq (left to right) are Nathan Nash, Sol Bronstein. Isidore Rodman, Max Hecht, Dr. Rabbi M. J. Safra, Morris Minov, and Aaron Newman. Absent are Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merwitzer, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Zoldon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rudnick, Kolman Luria, Mesdames Johan L. Berman. Leah Notkin, Moms Minov, Sadie Bieler, M. J. Safra. and Dorothy Kaminetzkv. UM Prof Will Address Women Dr. Sidney Bcsinick. associate professor of education at the University of Miami, will be principal speaker at a meeting Wednesday, of Beth David Sisterhood. In another feature of the meeting, which gets under way at 12:30 p.m.. Mrs. Norman Shapiro, wife of Bct'n David's new spiritual leader, will bo formally introduced to the members. Mrs. Bernard Reiter is Sisterhood chairman of the day for the event cue at Beth David Auditorium. A noted educator specializing in problem.pertaining to youth, Dr. Besvinirk will speak on "Parents vs. Youth." Miss ihrens Reports Miami Junior Hadassah r--t Wednesday evening in the Ear I bldg. Miss Esther Ehrens. pr I dent, who has just returned (i n the organization's national com ence in Monscy. N.Y.. report* p sored weekly by the Greater Mi. Kahbinical Assn.. on Sunday. 10 a.m over WCKT ch. 7. Ra Lipschitz will discuss "Is the R gious Boom a Spiritual Bust?" Women's Group Reveals Contest feking to establish a bond bethe people of Miami and ;'ic American countries, the GilJ. Balkin chapter of B'nai Women has initiated an essajr-contr-i entitled "Hew to Keep the Torch (il Friendship Burning." Ptfthology of Judaism %  Tr>ychc.|(M.'.y of Judaism" will be the subject for discussion at the adufi education class of Congregation Yehudah Mo-he on Monday, 10 p.m., in Popiel Hall. Contestants have been invited to express in 500 words or less what they would do to help maintain friendship with Latin America, or what they or someone they know are persoually doing to help Cuban refugees'adjust in their community. The winner will recleve a United States Savings Bond, and runnersup will be given honorary citations at Bay Front Park at the Torch of Friendship during Brotherhood Week. Feb. 19. Judges will be Sen. W. Cliff Herrell. Rep. Geor.ee Ilollahan. and Judge Kenneth Oka. Contest will close Jan 30. Entries should be mailed to Torch of Friendship Contest, Janet WeinStOCk, 6601 SW 75th ter.. So. Miami. Temple Sinai Sisterhood Temple Sinai Sisterhood met Wednesday evening at the Tern pie in commemoration of Uniongram Month, which is beins observed throughout the world by Reformed Sisterhoods aftiliated with the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, a special Uniongram program was presented by Mesdames Edward Auerbach. Paul Aronon, and Paul Fink. •WV— %  >** A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Served in a glass or a cup... There's Yom Tov spirit in this famous tea ... "flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and milchigs and between meal refreshment. TETLEY TEA Certified Koilwr umli r strict Rabbinical Supervision *V Perfect rl Kstver TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem scrvt plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Bros. Sread made from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening* • PUMPIBK.CKEl • BOHEMIAN ITI • BAGELS • VIENNA • EGG TWIST • FRENCH BREAD *EGG ROIU e HARD ROUS Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every day Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! -*sar. SAIAOS*** &WBUf/tfr c mm? *At;r mx Three generations of Jewish housewives have put their fullest Confidence in this famous salt for purity and quality. Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. Neither too coarse nor too fine, it is easy to sprinkle and wash oft". Perfect, too, for all your seasoning. Today for your holiday cooking and baking get a FRESH NEW BOX of Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt I makes crispier salads v L* 36 1 S W 1th Stilt' HI Ml Ordinary salt melts fast, wilts greens. Not so with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt. It's coarse. So it doesn't melt readily. Just sprinkle on crisp greens. 1 hen shake off. Greens are perfectly seasoned and stay crisp for your favorite dressing. Build your reputation from Cook to Chef! Do all your seasoning with DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSE KOSHER SALT <§§ % Diamond Crystal Sail Company Deep rich mellow tasty... / 0CHLESSI no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy it sliced or in a big tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelet s, salads, canapes .. for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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Page 6-B Jen is? HurkHaan MUSIC AND n THEATER | .S-*W///K7II KrJf e s UM SYMPHONY RE! Jh ES SCHEDULE • ersitj i Symphony 0 v n the New Year 1961 I I \ | lich the orchestra w ill presi i ; s Sui londi evenii \ | \i, : •. pany sopi Don th> Kirsten is the I loist for the symphony's Fourth sol concerts presented : oth Mi; • %  A Miss Kirsl arias include Handel's "Care Selve." Puccini's ssi I'arte, fi im T sea, and "Io son ancella." from Cilea's Adrienne U eur. In addition to the Brahms symphi j S vitzkj bas programmed three selections from Jaromir Weinberger's vibrant i rful opera, "Schwanda" iThc Baepipcri — "The Bohemian Song," • Odzenv k Dai ce." and "The Polka and Fugue." Opening the program is a work written especially for conductor Sevitzky by American composer David Van Vactor. Entitled "Overture to a Comedy No. 2.' the work will receive its premiere performance In Miami under the baton of Sevitzky. who often schedules American compositions as part of his symphonic programs. Miss Kirsten's performance will mark her ti: >t ^ij-p* ..ranee in Miami. • • • BERL SENOFSKY TO PERFORM HERE Communit> Concerts Assn presents for its second concert ol the itason the gifted violinist, Her! Senofsky, on Jan. 18 at Dade Count) Auditorium. When Mr Senofsky played the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto at Chii. go's drant Park, the music critic of the Daily Tribune wrote that his r rformance was "enough t< send a tingle of excitement through a stone image Excitement plus "flawless technique and beaut) of tune" are by now hallmarkof a Senofsky performance, and these qualities, l .his thorough musicianship, characterized his playing even in 1955, v i n he won the Queen Elizabeth of Belgium International Comp 'tition Mr. Senofsky's program here will include Sonata in C minor, op. 30 N< 2, Beethoven; Sonata In B-flal major, K. 454. Mozart; Priss, Bartok; I onic Dance No 2. Dvorak-Kreisler; "Saudades do Brazil."' Milhaud; Introduction and Tarantelle. Sai asate. • • • JOAN FIELD CONCERT A TRIUMPH Miami can be proud indeed to claim .loan Field for its very nrd i n .Ian. 4. at Dade County Auditorium, those who came to hear Miss I I in her onl) local concert this year were more than fortunate. Miss Fit Id was big and important, and she played it with a beautiful tone, warm and sweet, exceptional polish and elegance. The erformed Cesai Frank A-major sonata was a marvel of control and I ianf execution. Florence Kut/en. talented Miami pianist, com i d a perfect ensemble. The Romance in '"major, by Beethoven, was played with virtually i ic insight, and th< Lalo Symphonic Espagnol. which is incidentally i • ithi r a symphony nor particularly Spanish, was done with lovely temp.. nuance. Miss Field is forever the musician, interpreting the music of the poser, and in the shorter group, "Pantomime.'" from Falla's "El Amor Brujo," the WieniawskJ "Polonaise Brilliante No. 2." and De bussy's Beau Soir." she gave to each her beautiful virtuosity. Brave Hiss Field! She can take her place among the best. • • • MUSIC AND COMPANIONSHIP Victor Stern. Miami's eminent violist and musical pedagogue, re ifiinted an amusing anecdote about Alfredo Antonini. the well-known conductor and music director of the Columbia Broadcasts Company. Maestro Antonini was engaged as guest conductor and in the mid i< eat sing an orchestra in Texas for the first time. After several attempts to gel the orchestra to play as he wished, he d pped his baton m despair; and sadly admonished his musicians with a heavy and charming Italian accent: "No, no gentlemen. This is not the way. Excuse, but plaj like two old, old people getting married for companionship." • • • NO OLD AGE AT CARILLON when the Carillon Symphony, first all-professional symphon) orchestra originating from a hotel, made its initial bow for the season on Jan. 2 at the Carillon hotel with Maestro Antonini as guesl COnductOI there was nar) a trace of old age or eompamonate marriage. The on h nc< rt S evenii 21, al th. Plaza hot( I Appearing I recital will lie Henry Martcll, dramatic tenor, with Est eti al the Arthur v n lin ist: ami Robert ianisl Mai •' Br as from 'Pearl Fishi rs, b> Biz. t; Cilea's "L'Arlesienni and o n g by Schubi rl -< h and G r i e g. Cummings and Strassburg play th. F m; r Soni ta bj Han del, Fashion Show Sunday Chad chapter I Bnai l :..v c a i ishion show and lune the Ifartinique hotel r I p.m. MlAtt! BEACH AUD.^ Sat. & Sun. Eves. Jan. 2! -22 mW""' *~* /n f$m' JOSE GRECO mi his Compiny of SPANISH DANCERS Ul*\ wd Uuucuei All Seats Ks $4 95S3 95-S2 11 >' %  95 TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT DADE COUNTY ALD Hi MIAMI BEACH AliD JE 10477 M B Rad o Co .. l-ne. Rd All.e's 16?Aloo I Cordela's 15 V. Fa eft ch at Jo; Yc nv u. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SUNDAY. JAN. IS MIAMI BEACH AUD. 8:30 P.M. MONDAY, JAN 16 DADE COUNTY AUD. 8:30 P.M. FABIEN SEYITSKY DOROTHY KIRSTEN Leading Soprano of the Metropolitan Ope .-a Company PROGRAM: Sfnphony No. 3, Brahmi; dries by Handel, Pvtcini and Olee Bohemicr' Song, Odiemek Donee, Polka and fugue from epf re "Schwonoo, Weinberger; Ovcrtvre to a Comedy No. 2, Van Vactor. TickcU $1 50 lo $3 50 UM Symphony Off MO 1 4fr0, Miami Beach Auditorium. It l-04.'7. Dade County Auditor,. %  Ml 6-9730 Cordelia's FR 3 5123. Am.don's. HI O-207C Bi can the IIC at 28. 'ion XI pre* the COB Lax REI.ATA TEBALDI Greatest Italian Soprano "*> in the Opera Story ol tho French Revolution. ANDREA CHENIER Dade County Auditorium, Jan. 23 and 28 Miami Beach Auditorium, Jan. 25 MARTHA STARRING ROBERTA PETERS By Flolew (In English) DADt COUNTY AUDITORIUM in 20 nt 1% MIAMI REACH AUDITORIUM r[R 22 > Tickofi Now On Sal* Dad* County Auditorium HI 6-9230 Miami Beach Auditorium — JE 1-0477 Cordeliai Card Shop FR 3-5123 OPERA GUILD OFFICE -FR 1-3153 -FR 3-5967 25 3.W. 29th Road, Miami, Florida



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' FrlAy. January 13. 1961 fJenist Ffidri/dfifor? Paqe 7-B Emanu-EI Ladies Plan Tribute Dora Stein Sisterhood Dora Stein Sisterhood of I lite Center will hold a lunch >n A special tribute will be offered card party Wednesday noon. Jan. to new life members of the Sisteris in the Social Hall ol the I enter. hood of Tempi.Emanu-EI at its Co-chairmen arc Mrs Sylvi; i mid-winter tea Wednesday noon at a nd Mrs. Hyman K tl Proceeds are fer kitchen fun I Medical Center Auxiliary Party the Fontainebleau hotel. The tribute, written by Trixie Levin, will be a can lelighl ceremony with life members participating. Another highlight will be a fashion show featuring the latest in f;,-..,-,. r Miami Auxiliary of 'ha ladies' apparel modeled by SisterAmerican Medical Center al Denhood member-. ver ne ] ( j a games party Wedn v In charge ol the c\>:r are Mrs i I iberculosis i Mrs. Herman Hammer, 1700 71 St., tien s al Jackson M mor Miami Beach, Tuesday at 8 p.m pital. ring three concurrent workshops at the president of the chapter; and David B. Fleeannual meeting of the Greater Miami man. newly-elected president. They are shown ler. American Jewish Committee, recently at cocktail party preceding the AJCcmmittee Dupont, Plaza hotel are (left to right) dinner session, which heard Scheuer deliver K. Scheuer, housing authority of New an important address on what can be ex'.i'y; Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg. dinner chairpec'.ed in the 1960s. Col. Nathan B. Rood, immediate past IC Educators Hold Conference By Special Report ION — E iucators of AmeriM( nn Judaism, representing In al \--' Of Temple Ed. mvened Dec. 25 through their sixth annual convenIthi Somerset hotel here. sent, 615 Reform Temples in the United state-. Canada and Latin America. Theme of this yeardiscussion (entered .n the "Challenge ot the Next Decade." Delegates participated in numerous study sessions, workshops dean of the Herzl Centennial Lecture, speaking on "The Hebrew Language-Architect of the Jewish State." Menorah Women Plan Drama Here "The Key to the Ark." a dramatie plav will be presented Wednes,-em'.:,,. compnses the am ^.biess meetings. The> ex& J v e b y Temple Menorah ponal educators affiliate ot p|,„ed new curricula approaches sj ern0O{1 aim of American Hebrew |,, r the religious school and review g8tiona rhe UAHC reprecurrent teaching techniques. The cast includes Blesdames JerSpeakers addressing the convocarv pjeger. Julian Siegel, Sanford %  c tion were Rabbi Roland B. GitMistein. William Horowitz. Robert tlesohn, chairman of the C'ommis eloch and her daughter. Maxine. Abramowitz will give on Sisterhood's affili Jewish Theological Seminary til Lazere. director of the %  J* l *h Education and spirMrsMaer> itual leader of Temple Israel, of -. f n Jew,ih <-onrcss here. ^^ Df Cyrul ( ., )rd( n profes a short UU01 bcuss the religions-in-the sor 0 f Near Eastern Studies, BranJJJ^JJJr il currently before Judge deis University, discussing "The k ;,.rdon m the Dade Coun Contenl and Value ol Genesis in the Mrs. Herbert Kaplan^>s PJ?gram hit Court in an address be Light of Archaeological Discovchairman and "* !" **U*J* Jmbers of the Men's cud. cry;' Dr. Eugene B. Borowlta. diarc Mrs. Munce Reviu "d Mrs. Brejga-i at Beth Torah Congrerecor of the I'AHC Department oi AbramowiU Mis Moms L-uncn I Education; Dr. Eisig Sllberschlag. is Torah Hind chairman. >\-* ON TNI KIAI At I4lb ITIIIf • all A MI HACK Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion # You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I it the '$ Tl for Inlormjtloni HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 "1 26th St. 4 Collins Ave. WONDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN AT TH E BALMORAL "The Preside Addtea'



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Fcqe 8-B *Jenist fforidfaun Friday. January 13. 196 THIS AND THAT Hazel ami Judge Irving Cypon flow up to Tallahassee for Gov, Leroy ( llins' farewell dinner Thej left here on the three-fifteen plane, and were home in time to get a good i bl %  sleep Three poodles. Spice. Snowball and Sugar, answer the door a: Bit hard and Phyllis Hechfs hous.'. Call from BabetteiDr. Bertram' Thorpe, wishing us no ills, no pills DC oills for the New Year. Sam and Sadie Klins phoned from Baltimore with the report that he working hard on a new book. Good to see Hannah i Mrs. Herbert) Scher. who said that her nephew. (i lert Goldberg, of Louisville. Ky.. has been visiting as a guest of Frederick and Sissie Scher. with a gay old time enjoved bv all WOMAN OF THE WEEK Myra (Mrs. Aaron) Farr holds a place in this community that is ur luely her own. Intensely concerned with the troubles of humanity. Bh< makes them her own. not by word alone but by deed. Her firs' and i npelling interest is National Council of Jewish Women. Presently, she is a national board nber. having been president of it's Miami s-'.i'ion and Southern Interstate Region. Many and varied are the offices she has 1 I and boards she has served on, including GreatW Miami Jewish Federation. Welfare ining, United Fund. Federation of Jewish V. nen. Mt. Sinai Hospital. Women's Division ci he -National Conference of Christians and Jev\s, among others, as well as president of the Si rhood of Temple Beth Sholom. Despite all her meetings and field trips t< I National Council of Jewish Women. Myra finds time to be a good housekeeper. Her boards, drawers, closets and files are als in apple pie order, and her freezer is Jr'ed with her famous •Bumbles" (stuffed ca bage to you), banana cake and a wide asSCJ ment of cookies. Aaron. Myra and son. Harvey, are a closekr family. She loves to travel, and Myra is fortunate in that, her hus%  -1 is in the travel agency business. She can take 12 oair ol shoes 8 ig in her luggage on any trip because they're small size 4. Buying •s i> one of her hobbies, and the 36 pair she has dosen't take up too i %  eh room. Terry St. Onge Becomes the Bride Of Edward Newman in Rites Here Miss Terry St. Onge and F.dward T. Newman exchanged wedding ] vows ott Dec. 25. Miss St On*e is the daughter of j Joseph St. Onge, of Shawinigan. Canada, and was born in loulon. France. She is a graduate of McGUl University, and has been a resident of Miami Beach for the pas: five years Mr. Newman is the owr?r of Newman Funeral Home in Miami Beach. He has been a resi lent here sine1934. Mr. Nev is hea led many civic i atei nal orga lizati ns and -• active In the community lite of Miami B ich The cc e w .. li< e at I ; :'. ; Da !e blvd., Miami Beach, after their honeym Miss Segal Weds Physician Frieda Sesal and Dr. Milton Raben were married J.-..".. 7 r Guk s:ern's Chapel in New V rk Clt3 The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Sega!, of Brooklyn, NY. She is J graduate ot Brooklyn College and a • worker with the New York Citj Health Department. The groom is the son of Mr an I Mrs. Harry Raber. ol 780 E. 123rd it., No. Miami. He is a gra luate 'f the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy. NY. and the Tuft M cal School, of Boston. Maslie is presently with the New York Hospital as a ra liologj spe ia'ist. He fought in combat infantry with the famous Woll Msion dunr.g the Korean paign V er a honeymoon tr.p to Hawaii and Miami, the couple will eside in New York Citj Rabbi Herson is Speaker I Westchcster chapter of th<\ mtl ican Jewish Congress will n, Rabbi David Herson as fea'urt speaker at a meeting Saturday eve Ding at the home of Mr. ami \M Allan Moss. 4184 SW 97lh ave r;J old Kogan i s chapter pi Rabbi Herson. spiritual lca';. r J Beth Emeth Congregation, u cj rently engaged in writing a OQJ "Adventures in Spiritual ion." Anne Frank Chapter Meeting Ann:Frank chapter ol B'rith Women will meet T noon at Toby's cafeteria. 27th : %  and SW 8th si Program u elude the showing of a film in the Doorway." Tinchapter will ho' | a card "v a! the home ot Mrs. Alfre lin, 1708 SW 19th gt., on Ja at 1 p.m. MWA A large collection of ash trays from every place thev have visited JEurope threatens to spill over out of the Farr Florida room. Soon A on will, no doubt, make a cabinet for them, with the new power that Harvey gave him. Myra. incidentally, is deeply religious, and her reactions to first subsequent visits to Israel are quite moving A CRYSTAL BALL Six years ago. Eleanor (Mrs. Stanley) Pred met John Kennedy. She v: SO impressed that she said. 'Someday, that man will run for Pres,. He ran. all right, and Eleanor was more than active durm • the campaign. The important-looking invitation causing so much excitement among 1 red friends these days is an invitation to the Kenned) Inaugural FIRST PRIZE There was one pri/e for sculpture at the Coconut Grove Playhouse !' in marble "^ ** BaUm W Wi,h her "***' ^ Frieda has just finished an alabaster piece. -Woman Drying Hair She may be an accomplished sculptor, but first place'for musicB Ung in the Baum household is held by husband Rudy NCJV THERE IS ONE nil iSf'tSUl 8 ** Graham had ,hrPc eU 1 We bachelor brothers She and George we ni to Baltimore to attend babv brother's we* ding-Ens. Austin H. DuBois. While there older brother. Maurice, announced his engagement. That leave> Stanford. From Baltimore, the Grahams want to Washington, D. ('.. to attend the Alpha Omega convention. Dr. George u southern regent "1 the organization, the largest Jewish dental fraternity In the world. He is also a rounder Ol the dental school at the Hebrew I niversity m Jerusalem. Rae is proudly reporting to friends that IBe Miami chapter was voted "most outstanding at the convention THE BOSS CALLED Bill Junior and his. Kitty came from CmCinnatl to spend the holidays with their parents. Bill and Estelle Brenner, of S. Shore dr. It was to be a family reunion. Elizabeth arrived first, but had to leave without even setting to sav • i !?w er if 0th r .; H* is semor wrttw ,r ,n -' Congressional Quar). and her boss called She was needed to cover a rules committee meeting t the State of Israel and tie year ot the establishment Greater Miami chapter ol I sah, Bay Harbor group will meet day noon at the Singapore with Mrs Dorothy Knes-er as -oiest speaker. She will d World Events as Related 1 United States and Israel." Mrs. EHis Amdur is pres new group. Book to be Reviewed "A Distant Trumpet,'" bv Paul Horgan. will be reviewed bv Mrs Frank Kcrdyk on Tuesday. 10 a m for the Hade Federal Savings Speakers' Bureau a: Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. 5400 \\V 7 ave. Judea Women To See Films An evening of entertainment pre-entail by Sisterhood of Temple • 'idea on Wednesday will include the showing of a color film, "Israel." starring Edward G. Robin W, with music by Leonard Bernstein Also slated is a musical. -Three Faces of Jews," featuring pianist Mimi Retskin, sponsored by Sunset Division of the National Coun. Oil of Jewish Women -MrCora Friedman i. s in charge ot the program. Solomon JWV Slates Speaker Murray Solomon post of thi :sh War Veterans will be a Bed bv Charles Seiavitch at ., ing Tuesday evening at the I iral American Legion Hall, act to commander Ainslee R h Seiavitch is chairman of I' 5. Committee on Armed Forci 1 1 Veterans of B'nai B'rith. He is regional vice presidi the Florida Federation ol B'irth and recipient of thi \i bert Pa I lot Award for hiwitfl veterans in the Armed I Also on the program will report by chairman Leo Cine he post and axuiharv lized veterans program Earned Music Director Roy Oliver, head of the 1 music department ot the Conservatory, has been api musical director of the Nal Foundation March of Dimes I I is preparing a 3.1 voice 1 a Stephen Foster program Confederate Ball on Jan :> Deauville hotel tAf Senior citizen visitors from Virginia receive the key to the city from the Golden Age Friendshin Club of the Miami Beach YMHA. 9 Le to riaS ESnfcl A PP lebau ^** vice president ^wt 2*IE£ S^:.^ d Newport Beach Grand Club; ?i ; ^T/ L f Vin President, Samuel MirniiUtein. Newport News Grand Club; Mrs. Rebecca Lipton. Norfolk Golden Aae Club; and Mrs. Sarah Aveaon. Richmond Grand Club. Event was c! the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish community Center, which also featured the celebration of birthdays and anniversanes of guests.



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%  day, January 13. 1961 fJenist r/vridHfat/n Page S-B :* LTHOUGH we usually reservi this column for women, many I en often comment on the fact ; they are neglected. Not wishtg to offend the opposite sex. we liought it might be interesting to nquire into men's reactionto Iheir particular fashion world — ftieii likes, dislikes, pet peeves ^nd acceptance of fashion trend.-. The resulting comments proved Ixtremely enlightening, especially pom a ashion viewpoint. A. pet I'IVI • of many people, and (pressed by Dr. Edmond Gamse, thi ifht of an obese man wear|g Bermuda shorts. Dr. Gamse Ms 1 ,'t if the man is built for fie sh' it* he should complete his isemKe with the hiuh socks — it look] better."' Another opinion. Irictlj for the M.D., is that when siting patients at home or in the spital the doctor should wear hi< and jacket. Not only does he leati a better impression on his Mient, bu' psychologically H |\epatient a lift. For men al, Dr Gamse thinks that ii4 nun a better restauini men should wear at least > • i. eke! instead of the oftenlen s| rt shirt. 11>. .e Levittson, co-owner of the •: hotel, and owner-manager rack Lodge in Greenfield V Iik;'< to see men corM essed When on vacation. n expected to dress caslllj i ring the day, but in the rei :• t ic should dress properly. I' nson al.-o enjoys change m< • style*—and he especially I c narrow lapels v— *h arm inaflu yours, h (*~*Jif/i <^/i pp I c vaunt SAFETY HARBOR SPA Florida'! Famed Mine al Sp .nQi Hej'tli Resort O' Ua'' newest ind largest He.ilth |nil B.it'is Pavilion. New Luvury tineral water DOOI. patio, solaria and gymnasium i I i It h prom an i 'i. %  mil •.!.. -i..-i >i c • %  i : : i • >• %  r • : \ ;.• .. Khins white sal I — OUR 'th YEAR — "Imitated 9 t Not Equaled" OKE HOUR BY AIR TO TAMPA A ST. PETERSBURG FROSPECT 6-1161 S"ROM the publicity world, a man known all over the world. Hank Meyer, expresses the opinion that a man should dress for himself. lie tee!> that a man's personal taste — the freedom to dress in a manner of greatest comfort while maintaining taste — is the most important aspect of the man's fashion world He feels that a man should make his own individual style. Mr. Meyer personally likes "he three-button suits and colors that are either very dark or very light. He only buys extremes, and dresses according to his mood. For example, when the sun is ahining he wears a bright yellow jacket, when it is a rainy, muggy day he wears a grey plaid sport jacket. Another opinion, this time from Hitter Levinson, vice president of Oscar E. Dooly Assoc and director of the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn His feel ings are that a man can never be wrong if he dresses conservatively, and that "the best-dressed man is the man who has a little bit of a flair without being sartonally perfect He explains "flair" as ben..; dressed in the prevailing Stylewithout being "freaky." in which category' be includes the extreme Ivy League and the Continental. Mr. Levinson feels these styles are for the very, very young man — not the mature business or professional man. A fashion note he suggests is that a man should stay with self-tones of color throughout the day. because he feels it creates an appearance of being better dressed than if using contrast tag colors. D R. Emanuel Pushkin, outside of his optometry office, for casual wear favors the combination made popular by Perry Como — that of the pull-over Basque type shut and the loose fitting, comfortable cardigan sweater. One of his pel peeves is the long-sleeved. pull-over sweater — he always feels constricted in a tight sweater. He also believes that many of the sweater styles shown for men are tiw collegiate in appearance. With conservative clothes. Dr. Pushkin thinks a man needs a bit ol color. A bright tie helps to keep a man from looking dull. He dislikes argyle socks with a -lood suit. He also firmly believes that a man shoud dress for his family. A man well -versed in the ta-h MR. HARI (formerly of the fontainebleau Beauty Salon) Announces the opening of . In recent years, however. with the introduction of the Continental look, coordinated with the high colt i" and paisley print vests, he sees a swing away from the austerity ol past years in men's fashion.. He likes the Continental Style; to him it is slenderizing for the heavy man and flattering to the slender man. He explains that most men are very conservative, and that it usually takes three or four years fcr them to accept a j change in fashion. Iven then, he points out. it is usually the woman who is the deciding tactor — as most of the \ wives do the buying. There were several comments on the general improvement in the selection of men's sport clothes — with special mention of matching socks as a welcome addition. A few observations dealt with men l who wear a plaid jacket and a figured tie, instead of a solid colored one. All in all. this column has been one of the most interestinn to re search. For all the masculine lack of chemise, flapper, pouts and frills, our men are quite fashion conscious and definitely opinionated. If any of you wish to express your thoughts in the future. we'd be delighted to hear from you Mf. Sinai Names Straus J. Gerald Lewis, president of the board of trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital, has announced the appointment of Clifford A. Straus as director of the development fund Straus was previously associated with the fund in 195859 A resident of Miami Beach tor ten years, he resides at 1210 Cleveland rd.. with his wife, Phyliss, and their threesons. A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 i .„, JUNIOR AND \ADELPHI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOl .Accelerated Diploma Courses. After< School-Help-Classes in All Subjects [intensive Coaching for College Entr. I Exams. See Yellow Pg. 655, Ph Bk 500-526 NE 79th St. Nr. Bisc Blvd. UJ-PL 7-7623 Free Brochure l C<-.*vi' ,..,, I -1 : it:: s \-::i, ~& Famous figures in the world of fashion praised the creations they saw when the work of fashion-designing students in ORT vocational schools went on display in a recent Women's American ORT contest in New York. Mr. Max Pruzan. of the internationally-known fashion house of Monte-Sano and Pruzan, headed the panel of judges. First prize went tc the evening dress (pictured above) designed and made at the Tel Aviv Girls' School, one of the 105 ORT installations in Isrcel. The dress is fashioned in white satin, and its skirt is hand-embroidered with tiny jewels and bows. Sinai Ladies Plan Luncheon All paid-up members of Temple Sinai Sisterhood are invited to a "Thanksgiving in January'" luncheon Wednesday, noon. Mrs Kurt Wallach. president, will thank members for their support of Sisterhood. There will also be a showing of sweaters with snap-on collars and lace work. A card party will follow. Mrs. Joseph is chairman, and Mesdames Ralph Whitehouse. David Fields and Allan Oster are in charge of reservations. 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The name Miami Beach is almost a m t regard. What bead Ocean dr., oddl) er u '.. still retains the pristine .-lory of Miami ;'h. The glamour of Miami Beach has worn off due to advertising and promotion that stresses "bargain rates." Former Miami Beach visitors, who have veered their vacation to cruises, foreign lards, or other parts of this ccntirent, didn't raise the issue of gambling, one way or the other. They were just plain tired of Miami Beach, and went to new resort spots. But what's hapm-ned to the new ceneration of travelers: why aren't they heading here in droves, winter, spring, summer and autumn. The media oi advertising, the untold thousands of dollars spent by the hotels and city are not doing the job. evidently, because the results are negative. Glance through the ads in northern papers for the past three years. Nothing has changed. Still stressed are the "bargain rates" — all you get in the way o! "free things" at each hotel for the same price. Including meals, rental cars, poolside chaise lounges, entertainment, etc. Once Miami Beach boasted the nation's most glamorous niuht clubs Today they are "corpses," most of them a long-time dead, while Others are making their last gasps of survival this season. Best example Is Copa City. The hotels have made then guests "captives." discouraging them from outside interests, for example, nmht clubs, restaurants, sight .seeing, because of their too-many-thing-to-do and see-for one-low -price policy in the hotel itselt. Before any further move is made in regard to legalized eambling. let the hotelmen themselves take inventory, clean house, and make this the Miami Beach the parents of the new generation once enjoyed in full measure. Then, maybe, business will be normal again. QUEEN OF OPERA: Few singers of our generation have thrilled s< | many opera-goers over the globe as exciting Renata Tebaldi. Although many of our acquaintances are not opera tans, in fact, have never at tended a musical event of that type, they are rushing to the box office Ito purchase seats for Mme. Tebaldi's tirst appearance here, at Dadf County Auditorium. .Ian 23. then at the Beach Auditorium on Jan. 25 and back to the County Auditorium on Jan. 28 Her round and resounding soprano notes will be heard in the opera •ale ot the French revolution. "Andrea Chenier." Impresario Arturo d Fillipi will surround the divine diva with outstanding singers of tin New York Met Opera and City Center Opera There are Mill choice sealavailable, not many, but you'll secure them it you get to the box office in the next day or two, so hurry. HOTEL LOBBYING: Dennis. Philip and Lindsay Crosby are tluweek's star package at the Fontainebleau La Ronde. along with the "Extravaganza Latina" revue. Alan King, one of the busiest guest comics on TV, is now appearing "live" ii'. the Eden Roc Pompeii room, accompanied by singer Sandy | Stewart and dancer Little Buck. Damita Jo and her musical group hold over at the Tack room of the Diplomat, along with Mandy Campos band. By the way. the new par-three, nine-hole course at that hotel is a big hit with our area's goll tans. Open day and night, the sporty layout has excellent greens and tee MOVIES ON TAP: After a long-run on a reserved seat policy. "Can Can" i.s now being shown on a popular price policj at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres Frank Sinatra. Shirley Mac-Lame. Maurice Chevalier and Louis Jourdan form the exceptional cast Juliet Prowse. an "unknown" when the movie opened, since then has skyrocketed in the movie firmament, and you'll know why when you see her dance and romance with Sinatra. "Can-Can",is light, frothy and delightful. Due t public demand. "Pep*'." the Cantmllas fun extravaganza, i> now hemshown on a continuous policy at the Lincoln Theatre. First performance gets underwaj at 2:15. and'you can come m anj time aftei thai and tee a complete showing ol the technicolor siipcr-prod'uction. with : Dan Dailey. Shirley Jones and 3S guest starMatinee prices B re in effect until 5:30 p m every daj ft THE DINE SIGN.: Lol of tun the other evening at South Pacific d) Mar) Lounge when Dorita, the feature there, held a celebrit) night, honoring Diosa Costello and the cast oi headliners ol her "Craz) with the Heat" revue (from the Saxony.) Miamian Art Krohn's handlebar moustache making news on the local wining an? dir.ing scene a la Commander Whitehad of quinine tonic fame. Arts crcc/uct is Saratoga Vichy Water, and other bottleJ bubbly and "still" aquas. Sv %  lights and succulent food thai is the combin-i lion that makes King Arthur's Court a dining delight an) nighl ol i week. 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riday. January 13, 1961 ^Jenist Fhridttam Page 11-B Ner Tamid Has Concert Saturday Cantor Samuel Gomberg, of Temple Ner Tamid, will prevent a pro1 ram : li % %  al and folk music ai the annual -. given by the Temple on Saturday evening \p tearing with him will be nett Bree-kin, violin vicUioso and condu 'he Miami Beach civil Or • stra Hj Fri d, piai isl and Sp< i an Estel] %  -.. Israel i er. Proi eeds [rom the com erl I I "Can-Can," the Cole Porter musical, with Frank Sinctra, Shirley MacLaine, Maurice Chevalier and Louis Jouican, is nov/ on a continuous performance, regular admission basis, at the I Ccr). Miami and Miracle Theatres. 'hree-Man Show it Art Center B^rranjzenunt completed over the' -• year brings together exhibts paintings bj two prominent New lo: k artists and an exhibit of refcn work executed by a HollyDid. Fit painter who is rapidly s .toward future achieveent. Opening on Monday, the enY %  xh • will remain on view I h Kebi 1. [Joseph Margulies, recently tea%  red in an illustrated article in ke "American Artist" magazine, .:•-i lectl ii a group of oil land tapes and character studies for h %  < ,.i presentation in Miami leach Another collection of oil land i has been contributed by lihn Dil on, who also maintains b rteri in the New i*ork 111.!. One of the most active women r %  ol Florida, Elizabeth Patu f Hollywood, has assembled ecti >n of recent works for the |irrent showing. % urf side Society ;oncert Monday %  .id ii a series of six concerts he pre ented Monday in the Ma\an room of the Singapore hotel the Surfside Music Societj will Patitre Pina Sarro. lyric soprano, >ert Horowitz, violinist, and ladmir Pepescul, balalaika playPina Sarro has sung locally for rous hotels and organizations, Ird has appeared on radio and teleIsion Horowitz and Pepescul will be tamed for several numbers and Iso perform individually, Esther ..nctt. pi;inist. w.ill accompany Mh Horowitz and Miss Sarro, Alex lerson will be program chairian, YehtsdGt; Moshe Concert Saturday ('"in Y hudah M< will pres< • a i nceri oi Sati evening i I Hall, 13 30 W. Dixie hwy.. No \l: imi. Violin soloisl will be Alexander Priluti • Lipof, chairman of the (i • lion's cultural committi i Prilutchi received a scholarship from the Queen of Rumania. He finisred his studies at the Music Un : versity of Berlin under Carl Flesch. He has been a soloist with many famous orchestras of Europe. Prilutchi left Germany in 1938. and since then has been concertmaster of the Havana Philarmonic Orchestra Presently, he lives and teaches music in Miami Jascha Pischermann will accompany Prilutchi at the piano. Fischermann is a Russian-born concert pianist, who founded the J. Fischermann Conservator) of Havana. Cuba. The program will include Tartini. Mi ndelssohn, Saint Sa< ns, Dvorak, DcMonasterio, Wieniawski, and Godowsky. Jose Greco, acclaimed as the world's finest male Spanish dancer, returns tc Greater Miami wi:h a company of 40 colorful dancers, singers, and musician*. He will give two pei-lormcnces in Micmi Beach Auditorium on Jen. 21 and 22, with a different program each night. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. law firm in New location Law firm ol Pallot, Silver, Pallot, Stern and Mint/ has moved its offices to suite 317. Biscayne Miami Alan M, Kornbluh and Mark M Kay hav< joined the or on, other membi rs ol the firm arc William I. Pallot, Sam I, Silver, Richard \ Pallot, F. v.rd A. stern. Herbert B. Mint/. Gardner Mulloy. and Jess* R. Bacharach. ATTENTION STEAK LOVERS! "RONNIE" Your favorite chef for so many years in Miami is now serving at a new location. CHARCOAL BROILED Prime Sirloin — Filet Mignon Prime Rib of Beef BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHES from 85 c 809 STEAK HOUSE and COCKTAIL LOUNGE 809 S.W. 8th ST. (On the Trail) Completely Air Conditioned Ample Free Parking PHONE FR 4-1885 David Named Fund Director Clive David, formerly nubile %  <• lations representative for the American Federation of Television and Radio Artist-, and before that in a fund-raising capacity with lleiireu University in England, has been named eastern regional director of the City of Hope National Medical Center David, who also had been associated With KI.M Royal Dutch Airlanes on cultural activities, will handle .ill professional fund raising activities in the Miami area. Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, D C, and Baltimore lor the City ol Hope, which is located in Duarte, Calif The City of Hope is a free, national, ron-sectarian center for treatment of cancer and for cancer research, leukemia, tuberculosis and operable heart conditions. \ graduate oi Berkhamstead College in England and the Royal College of Art, David has been a radio personality in several cities sinci he came lo the United States. Among hihobbies arc the study ol music and opera. He is an accomplished pianist. Also, over the years, he hadesigned furniture tor some oi Europe's leading faml; es. Artists in the annual Temple Ner Tomid concert to be heid in the Temple's Sklar Auditorium, Saturday evening. Jan. 14, are rear row (left to riqht) Cantor Samuel Gombeig. Barnett Breeskin, and Hy F:ied. -Front row are Marian Spear and Estelle Hoberman. Cantor Levin At Corel Way Cantor Gershon E, Levin has been named to the staff of Coral Way Jewish Center. Leonard II I'uttcrman. president, this week announced Cantor Levinappointment. Born in Jerusalem in 1933, Cantor Levin is a third-generation Israeli and received hicantonal training at the Shirat Israel Institution. For many years, he sang in a synagogue choir under the direction of the renowned Rabbi Shlomo L. Rivlin, where Cantor Levin learned the elements of ckazanuth and liturgy. 'I he cantor is noted for his tenor vonr. 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Page 12-B Kknisl fhrkMan Friday. January 13. 1961 Senior Group of Temple Ner Tamid Young Judaeans plans its first dance, which they held recently. Left to right (standing) are Joel Lack. Diane Snider. Mrs. Dale Regent, Sisterhood youth advisor, Lloyd S. Marks, group director. Mrs. Seymour Horowitz, Sisterhood youth advisor, Zena Horowitz, Herbert Steinberger. Middle row are Roberta Silverstein, treasurer, Jamie Barkin, president, Jeiry Steinberger, vice president. Dale Levy, recording scretary. Front row are Bill Katz and Terry Shore. B'nai B'rith Youth Eye World Peace; Urge Cessation of Nuclear Testing Keynoter) by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. of Temple Beth Am. on the principle that world peace is something to be pursued by evtryone. 120 members of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, representing the state of Florida, met Dec. 26 to 30 at Camp Owaissa Bauer. Naranja. Fla.. and passed resolutions to its national organization asking for the cessation of nuclear testing, strengthening ot United Nations machinery, and more intensiv diplomats in nation. Discussion contests were for teen-agers heard in an complacency tern of today e training of career the service of this groups and oratory focu>ed on the need to make their voices atmosphere where seems to be the pats society. Newly elected officers were Lie Sandier, a high school sanior, Miami, and Judi Meitin, a Renick to Chair NCCJ Dinner Appointment of Ralph Renick, vice president in charge o£ news at WTVJ, as general chairman of the 1961 Brotherhood Dinner, spontorcd annually by the National Con lirence of Christians and Jews, is announced By Ernest Janis. chairf fialnWiX. ROOFING CO. M rori la Miami M*o Dependability Be-roofinq I Repairs All Type Reefs — Since 1920 ASI FOR FREE ESTIMATES ON ROOFING Phone FR 3-6244 i t the steering committee for the yearly event. The dinner is planned for Tuesday, Feb. 21, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Brotherhood Week c"ates are Feb. 19 to 26. Bob Hope is national chairman. and .n Florida the program Is guided by Dr. C. D. Tharp. vice president of the University of Miami. John Serbin and Leo A. Furlong, jr, At the dinner, silver medallion awards are made to adults and youths who have demonstrated outs'anding leadership in promoting better human relations in the Florida community. M. J, Karl, regional director, requested that nominations from Florida citizens be made in writing and mailed to the National Conference office, 305 Calumet bldg., Miami. high school senior, Orlando, installed as presidents by Judge Milton A. Friedman and Mrs. Flora Supworth. Judge Friedman is president elect of District 5. Grand Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and Mrs. Supworth i s third vice president of District 5, B'nai B'rith Women. Sandier and Miss Meitin are respective presidents of the Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls. Other Miami AZA ofifcers inelude Kenneth Friedman, mazkir: Ray Gross, gizbor; Gilbert Cohen, sopher; Ephraim Ncwmark, shotare kotone BBG oficers residing in Miami are Bonnie Frankel, first vice president; Michell Linch, secretary; Patty Oken. chaplain; and Martha Elf on. historian. The AZA oratory contest taw Martin van Gelder, of Orlando, take first place and Kenneth Fried man. Miami, second. The BBC. oratory content was won by Michelle Linch. Second place went to Eileen Rosenbloom. Jody Koenig and Janice Duchon. respectively, won first and second places in the story-telling contest. Three Schools Get ADL Award By Special Report NEW YORK — Harvard. Notre Dame, and Brandcis Universities have been selected to receive the 1960 America's Democratic Legacy Award, it was announced here by Henry Edward Schultz. national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith The award, given annually since 1948 by vote of the League's national commission for "contributions to the enrichment of America's democratic heritage."' has previously been presented to Presidents Eisenhower and Truman. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Sen Herbert H. Lehman, and the Carnegie. Rockefeller and Ford. Foundations, among others. From the Miami area, national commissioner Burnett Roth, Florida honorary chairman Leonard L. Abess, and chairman of the Florida board, Paul Seiderman, will participate in the League's deliberations. President Nathan If. Pusey. of Harvard. President Theodore M. Hesburgh, of Notre Dame, and President Abram L. Sachar, ot Brandeis. will accept the silver medallions on behalf of their respective universities The presentations are being made during the 47th annual meeting of the League's national commission this week at the Savoy Hilton hotel here. Bowling Tournament Set Coral Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith is sponsoring its second annual In. terfaith Bowling Tournament Sunday. Jan. 29, 8:15 p.m., at Bird Bowl, 9275 Bird rd. Teams wishing to participate may contact Irving Malr.ick, chairman, 2025 SW 9 st. Nieberg to be Speaker Sam Nieberg, president of Flor ida State Federation i.i B'nai B'ritl Lodges, will sp.'ak on "What is B'nai B'rith?" at a luncheon men ing of Miami Beach B'nai B'ritl, on Tuesday noon at the Ritz Plaza hotel Gershon S. Miller i> chairman. Diplomat Names Barbalat Mgr. Carl Barbalat Hope School Tag Day on Friday Friday will be Tag Day for the Hope School for Mentallv Retarded Children. Members of the three chapters which serve as supporters and fund raisers for the non-profit, charitable organization will be out in force throughout Dade county's major shopping areas. Angel chapter of Miami Beach, Coral Gables chapter, and North Miami Beach chapter will take part in the drive. Sig Eisenberg is president. has been name nanager of th. e w Dijiloma in. second maor addi on to he 4!ioacre Dipomat hotel and 'ountry Club. a< ording to Jea i ;. Suits, man., ng direct ir. 1 The 150 unit 'Diplomat Iin. Itv HARbALAT cated junorth of Hallandale Beach blvd., at the entrance to the Country' Club, received its first gue>ts Dec. "^). Official opening of the Inn an,I the Gulfstream Par Three g o 1 i course took place Jan 4 to 6 under the direction of Samuel Frierilam', president. Greens fees for tha three, day opening were donate! to the United Funds of Broward and Dado counties. FREE A stimulating guide for youngsters and adults on the customs, traditions and observances of Judaism. "YOUR JEWISH HERITAGE" fa printed in English—aa inspiring booklet for every home and every-. one in it. FOB FREE COPY, tend request to: Ray Keator, Kraft Foods Company, 9 f? r ven e. New York 1. N. Y. News Commentator is Guest Bill Bayer, news commentator of WPST ch. 10, will be guest speaker at the Luncheon Club of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Fridaynoon at the Robert Clay hotel. Eli Horowitz and Alfred Kreisler are chairmen of the club. fOK BETTER HEALTH VISIT THt MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Physical Therapy %  Body Conditioning General Diagnosis and X Bay Colonic Irrigations Cabinets and Massage Ultra Senic Therapy 7235 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE PI 7-7234 FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Electrical Contractors RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE PAUL FOSTER, president AIR CONDITIONING and ADEQUATE WIRING 2264 W. FIAGIER ST. HI 8-2671 Nights. Sundays 4. Holidays Dial HI 3-0922 ENJOY HEALTHFUL IbBtTM lUHI.lmukr.Uo., HENRY E. MANGELS COMPANY 3550 N.W. 58th Street Ph. 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Icy. January 13, 1961 +Jmlstt ncriciian Page 13-B J^jar -•* RICHARD'S WATERPROOFING SERVICE Guaranteed Waterproof mg Wi-Jo*l Done by Experts using ThiokOl Leaky Windows, Structural Cracka, Corrosion Preventative. CALL MO 1-9852 for ?REE EST MATES 7901 SW. 53rd Court — Miami EXPERT TEACHER BAR MITZVAH 3. TORAH READING Guaranteed Resjf-.s or r.'o Charge. Call UN 6-5304 R' ception in his honor will held a! Chandler'* restaurant. be pie religious school, and attends A major activity of the Merkos Nautilus Junior Huh Is H> system of summer camps throughout the world The Merkos maintains a camp for American children at Swan Lake. NY. Programs in Greater Miami will include the formation of vouth JNF, Bureau Plan Tu B'Shevat School Project Harold Cypress Saturday morning services, Jan 14. at Temple Zion will include the Bar Mitzvah of Harold, son of Mr and Mrs David Cypress, with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Harold is an eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High, and is on the honor list. He is also a member of the band. Kiddush in his honor will be > BETH DIN Oifice of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern i • JE 11969 JE 1-6150 *"Jh4kJh4h*AJkA A 4>4fcA4tA4bA4kabAAA4k4 clubs in local synagogues. A 'Mesibos Shabbos"" for youngsters will. Jewish National Fund and the be held Saturdav afternoons. Bureau of Jewish Education are The local branch will hold a pub-' l? unc hin 8. a Tu B'Shevat project in tendered by^his parents, lie gathering Saturday evening at Beth Israel Synagogue Position Open Immediately fOK YOUNG EXPERIENCED RABBI at a Miami Conservative Congregation. Write President, Box 35 875, Miami 35, Fla. Greater Miami religious schools. Culmination will be celebrated with a youth festival featuring the for small hobby groups of nit rs and advanced students be offered as well as workb Wl shofs drawing, design dynamics. tor for „ still le and painting from live Rcppaport Receives Honors Gil Rappaportj exceptive direcZionist Organization of America, was named an honorary member of the Methodist Church of Lake Worth in appreciation of over 14 addresses regarding "Israel Today" before Methodist groups in Florida since his return from a to many, leaders for outstudy tour of Israel last summer service. | Rappaport has also addressed three Negro Baptist regional seminars. mode !fci cape i -is, one commercial alfiftl %  ;' and painting for juniors. 8 to 14 will be available. % %  ltd is also well received for hit hand illuminated scrolls preStfltt stem Don Robins Bar Mitzvah of Don. son of Mr. Hassidic folk singer and guitarist,I and Mrs. Ellis Robins, will be Rabbi Shlomo Carelbach. celebrated Saturday morning. Jan. Many American., studying at the. 14. at Temple Judea. with Rabbi Hebrew University and a delegaMorris Skop officiating tion of American officials of the ; Don is an eighth grade student at Jewish National Fund were presi Ponce de Leon Junior High, a ent in Israel when over 800 Jemsgraduate of the Temple Hebrew alem school children participated school, and a member of the Sunin the planting of the first saplings <*ay school for the past four years, of the American Children's Forest Following his Bar Mitzvah. he will of 50,000 trees on a Judean hill site enter the Confirmation Departwest of Jerusalem Funds for thement. forest were raised through the Mr and Mrs Robins will host Jewish National Fund by pupils of the Kiddu ? h in his honor. Jewish schools in the United States. GIFT PARCELS to the U.S.S.R. Representative Wanted to handle gift parcels ordered in this area to be sent to U.S.S.R. & other foreign countries. WRITE JOECEE TRADING LTD. 244 Ec"gware Rd., London, W2 RENT A CAR from $t 5 per v ABEIL S2 SO per day v4 •" eaqe charqe MOTORS, Inc. 1451 Ph. W FIAGIER ST. FR 3-6765 Hollywood Temple Beth El Dedicates New Building in Weekend Ceremonies bed cation of "he newly-erected Tear i Beth E: took place last week' n il beginning with Friday even servii Rabbi Jay Kaufmar vice pre-, ier.t of the Union ^ %  .V'-.crican Hebrew I'onj.: tion preache 1 the dedicatory serm Bt ial dedii ition litany was by Rah muel '/. Jaffe, • ,,i leader >l he Ref< rrn Tern%  ii i \ tided a Torah I.:II. • %  u h the Torah [the m the \ 1 %  %  eternal 111 was kind :• Mi s. Martin nan. Sabbath candles were kindled •/.s. David Crystal and Mrs. Idwin M. Rosent.al. Keys of the Temple were presented to A. L. Mailman, president of the temple by the building committee under Ihe co-chairmanship of Stanley M. Beckerman and Hy J. Siegel. Reception ; wing services was tendered by Mr in I Mrs Joseph Kaufman n : of their nephew. Rabbi K. On Sunday a dedication dinner a the Tobin auditorium rected Reform Tempi.' Dr. Sa< har, president sity, was • n '• %  .iby Rabbi Will S director of the & i hi. %  • (uunc.il of L'AHC. and jreel extended by Mailman. Dr. B a r u c h Ben Yehudah, chairman of the Educator's CounI cil of Keren Kaymet, presided. Speakers representing the Jewish National Fund of America included Albert Schiff, president; Dr. Harris J. Levine, honorary president; Mendel N. Fisher, executive director; Harry L. Wohl. chairman of commission on education. Participating in the inaugural ceremonies at the dedication of the Schiff Forest near Haifa, named in honor of Albert Schiff, national president of the Jewish National Fund of America, were N Nanmani, director of lands ::: the Galilee District; Schiff, Fisher, and \ a t b a n i e I S Rothenbi rg, JNF counsel. Greetings were sent by Vaacov Tsur, cha rmi n of the board of the Keren Yayemeth, Dr. Abraham Gri rid chairman ot the Kerei Kayemeth Leisrael. Sidney Sokol Sidney, son of Mr. and Mrs Morris M. Sokol. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Jan. 14. at Miami Hebrew Congregation Rabbi Abraham Levitan will officiate. Sidney has attended Hebrew school for the past six years, and is in the eighth grade at Shenandoah Junior High, where he plays clarinet in the band. A reception in his honor will be given at the Rita Plaza hotel Sunday at 7 p.m # Glen Oumey Temple Menorah will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Glen, son ol Mrs In ne Gurnej. 1191 71 si Saturday mori ii Jan 14. Rabbi Mayer tbramowitz will officiate Glen is a sti : in the Temple tnd attends Nauti lu,Junior High M'chae' Lubin Michael Harry, son of Mr Mrs. 1 mis E. Lubin, will cell' his Bi : I mn EI on Saturdi: n. 14. at • a m t< i \ ice. Dr. Irving Lehn v iciate M th grade stu• il Ei El reli His bobl im ludi • ion will be held S d :• i ..' the Diplomat I WANTED ISRAELI REAL ESTATE PAYMENT IN DOUARS IN U.S.A. BuDm t Particulars to: SIDNEY SALANT 230 PARK AVE NY. 17, NY. VU 9-7?88 BABY SITTERS Raliable and will ng Coral Gables Students. RICHARD GERTMAN, 17 SUSAN GERTMAN, IS MO 1-6411 One-Man Show Opens Alberto Davila. Peruvian artist. opens hi^ one man exhibition ol re cent paintings a1 the Miami Museum of Modern Art on Sunday, at a reception fGables Yea-ly $125. Walking d stance Shopping & Buses. One Bedroom Air-Cond t : oned Call merninga 11 1 p.m. — HI 8-35'4 Business Lady Wishes to Share d-om 2-Bat'i Mod.-rn Home. I or.' Bt SW Soco-1 Block lo Buses, hi 3-5857 WAS KENMORE AUTOMATIC like new rnrr 3 months supply soap -. %  H TC FULtV GUARANTEED' SPECIAI SALE $57 lU> T137 NW 54 ST. PL 9-4201 major bas-relief by Miami sculptor an lured painter Warren Soned is located in the M>w Temple Beth El, Hollywood, Fla. hvin orach of Smith and Korac! cm aic n w modern religious edifice. ;ect ot L H'cJjintf. Jj-ir <^ Hitsva &C tSecial Calf i 7 BR0SE PR E & STATIC :'.h Stret • imi 35, Florida ] 4 4



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Page 14-B '• Jmlst IFkridfiJit Friday, January 13, jggj Last-minute reservations are still coming in for the CIA kick-off breakfast on Sunday. 10 a.m., at the Triton hotel. Residents from all parts of Miami Beach will be there to open the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown checkina reservation lists from Normandy hie and North Bay Village are deft to r'ght) Scmuel Zitner, William Bornstein. vice chairman of Beach residents in charge of the Normandy Isle area. William Agranove and Stanley Feil. Norton Pallot Biscayne VP E. Albert Pallot, president of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. announces that Noi an s. Pallot has boon named a vice iclont of tho savings institute A member ot the board of directors of Biscayne Federal. Pallot is president ol the N i >n Tire Co and chairman of the .. Ivisorj council of the B. F. Goodrich Co Pallot also announced the promotion of Richard C. Scholman as assistant vice president of B'scayne Federal, and Walter Heir.isch to the post of mortgage loan officer. A native of Miami. Schulman is ;i graduate i : the i ruversitj ol .Miami, and has served as .1 mor loan officer at Biscayne Fed< 1 A Hialeah resi lent H lived In Dade count) since 1954. Ho has been ated with !'.icayne Federal fornearlj tv j >. irs El Al Hosfs Religious School Students; To Spenser Special Art Competition Here Leo Gardner (right), manager of El Al Israel Airlines here, and his wife, Miriam (left\ member of the Beth Torah faculty, examine ajt works offered by first participants in the new El Alsponsored, city-wide contest on "Exodus -Then and Now." Students are rmchael Borenstein. Yisroel Rakusin, and Jeffrev Raymond, president of the Beth Torah Junior Congregation. El Al Israel Airline an enthusiastic group ol ovei students ol B< th Tors 1 tion aeligious school in fices at 1802 Washington ave., Miami Beach, on Sunday. Featured was a special shov ing ol Isr 1 paintings on exhibit by the Jerusalem Art Center Miriam Gardner, wife of the El Al manager here, who teaches at Beth Torah, is coordinating a movement among metropolitan Jewish religious school faculties to give teen-agers personal tours of the exhibit. Steven Weininger, 1102 NE 179 ter.. West Holly wood, rabbi ef the Junior Congregation, speke on "Exodus — Now and Then," as did Abraham Gittelson. director of education of Beth Torah. Miss Yurika Mann, director <>( the Jerusalem Art Center, discuss od the artists and paintings on exhibit. In conjunction with the "Exodus" filming, El Al will sponsor an art c 0 n test lor teen-agers throughout Greater Miami Kickoil for this event presented an works i>\ Yisroel Rakusin, Michael Weiss Opens Catering Service Sol Weiss, operator of Sol's Kosher Meat Market for the p isl ten yea at 744o' Collins ave., Miami Beach, has announced 'ho opening, bj pop ular request, of a catering depart ment, to be know:: as Sand-Ell Kosher Catering Weiss said that before comil Fl HI, la he had many year experi enee in this lino at mountain resort hotol> in New York state. Tho catering department, as the meat market, will be strict!) kosh r said Weiss. One of tho first large aft airs catered by Sand-Ell was the New Year's eve celebration at Temple Menorah with more than 200 pre* Weiss announce e new catering firm welcomes inqi [from the public, and that free con sultation without obligation 0 BO cial functi< as is a ivaj ..\ail; Levy Will Be Installed NOKMAN PALLOT New Jamaica Cruises Listed The completely air conditioned SS Yarmouth will -ail from downtown Miami on a series of six-day Jamaica cruises Ports of call arc Port Antonio and Kingston. Jamaica. The six-day cruises >ail Saturdays. Feb. 4 and 13: Mar. 4 and 25; Apr. 8. 22. and 29 They return tho following Fridays Rates remain the same as the previously-scheduled. five day Haiti and Nassau cruises, with a minimum $s'5 for all meals and the ship as hotel all the way. serving Foreign Policy Body Here Sponsored by the Foreign Policy Assn.. a forum discussion of "Great Decisions 1961" will be held at the Miami Public Library on Friday, Jan. 20. at 7:30 p.m. Clem J Lippman will be panel moderator There i. ample lime ashore to enjoy all .>! Jamaica's beauty and unique sport' of river-rafting, as well as the bargains In Free Port native shop? Cruises arrive in Port Antonio at noon Mondays, remain until 1 am, continue to Kin. jirivm-' at 8 am., and leaving 1 a.m.. the following day In charge of information is East em Shipping Corporation, Pier 3. Miami Harry Levy. Miami Beach insurance executive, will be installed as executive member of the Democratic Club of Miami Beach at the Saxonj not* I on Sundaj evei Feb 26 Levy is past : ol the Democratic Club of Miami B %  < %  I the Dade Men's l lub of U < American Jewish C >ngr< ss He !> past presid Sons ol Israi is a: present special deputy for the Vliami an .. for the Free Sonol Israel. Levj u firs) vice president the Creator Miami Accidei I Health I'nderw riters, a mem 11 the CM >| Miami Beat and star< lin ctor of 1 Lea %  Exl gall ng Collins Named Administrator l : Wi am s Currie chairman 1 t the board of the ne Osteopathic General Hospital, cur rently under construction in \ 1 Miami Beach, announced that David Collins will become the fa pital's administrator when it openits doors in the Summer ot 1881 Collins haheld a similar post at Biscayne Osteopathic Hospital since 1946 Center Excirtive Retiring By Special Report NEW YORK-Dr. Philip R. Coldstein, pioneer in the Jewish Comtnunity Center movement of the I'nited States, is retiring at the end of January after more than 40 years on the staff of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Since 1848, Dr. Goldstein has been a member of JWB's fund-raising division. Torah Junior %  ioster e.ite to 12 a 13 I 16. This is I 'broad pro; %  VI Israel .. ^ %  -, : %  • I the Bar Mi:,". ea %  %  • %  •Te< :: T urs : 1 Israel" will give ihe } r Mitn ih and Bai \i tzv th ..n ell .1those in the age PP "'• tunitj • %  visit Israel in speciallyorganizi d Th II visit with Israeli I um and hosti Is Tours will include informative vis :> s to outstanding sites in the h story of the Jewish people and their oresent redevelopment of the land of Israel. %  shown such tat 1 %  I for sum m •• i" sess s in hrai' at the Hebn n University an I Technion, : is al %  1 %  '• rtiv< univers ti Th;for El Al Regina Sarfaty, mez soprano, will be guest c: or with Mme. Renata T di at the Opera Guild Bal Ian. 27 at the Fontaineb hotel. First Guild piodu of the season, starring M Tebaldi, will be "Andre Chenier," bv Giordano, o: Jan. 23 and 28 at Dade C tv Auditorium and Jan. 25 z M ; ami Peach Auditorium. > % > % DUE TO OUR EXPANSION WE HAVE AN OPENING FOR A QUALIFIED SALESMAN TO MEET THE JEWISH PUBLIC. EXCEILENT OPPORTUNITY CAR ESSENTIAL Call Mr. Levine at MO 1-7693 or for Personal Interview 5505 Northwest 3rd Street, Miami, Fla. SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF RUBBER STAMPS CORPORATION SEALS and SUPPLIES CHARLIE MERZ, Owner NOW LOCATED AT 613 N.L 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 CARPET LAYING and REPAIRING occur S' JGS CLEANED DYED and DEMOTHED ZS b.W. South River Drive Phones FR 9-1155 4 FR 1-2007 ACE KM. n I:\MHS FURNITURE CLEANING THE McCUNE COMPANY APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN McCUNE, M.A.I. MARION C McCUNE, M.A.t. 151 N.E. THIRD STREET ; MIAMI tst.iMi-.r-cd |9|4 'One ol % %  i • „ Bade Federal c/AVI/VGS and LOAhJ Aiinz-nn^., n ... 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n Kday. January 13, 1961 .ionists Will Hear Osherof f jLt-c Osherofi. former Miami •ach Young Adult Zionist leader, Was one of the tirst youths oi southeast region to make his 1 in I-rael. will be guest speakthe Miami Beach Zionist DisLuncheon Club on Wednesday. p.m in the Ri;/ Plaia hotel! • i :I. who has resided in Is l for the past it years, is visith.s father, AI Osheroff, oi \ii% %  >> i %  < -te:-aii /imisi leader Now .i resident of Tel Aviv, he was |l*\i<".is|> nva-j. in :he hotel in4as'-f\ .n isra.i. and is ,,• present Sli'-nini; and constructing exhibits displays for expositions in Isfel and Europe. [hiring his studies in Florida unipities, Osherofi was one of the Bona) leaders of the inter-colfciate Zionist Federation of Amerand was active in the Greater imi Zionist Youth Commission the Young Judea movement lacob C. Fishman is chairman 'the Luncheon Club. Dr. Abrawill review the latest news. vJcnist) florisKtan Page 15-B Prices on Rise in Israel; Taxes Also Due for Boost Pi Lambda Phi Has Election Tile following officers of the Greater Miami Pi Lambda Phi Alun \ssti u.re elected at the Dupe: I'la/.i hu:el recently: L Ro) i ; • I. she\m. president; Jay in and Lou Wechsler. vice Idents: Arthur Sheldon, secre and MornLevitt, treasurer. pointed chairman of the board IStei was Leonard Wien. JoLipton, president of Dade bral. and Paul Marks, president r Federal, were named pad the steering committee ol frustee board. jfc new association will meei on ththird Wednesday oi each ^Hth and is open to all a: ami associates of Pi Lambda Phi. Tommy Kavanaugh. local United Cerebral Palsy theme child, enlists the aid of Mrs. Milton Weintraub. 2135 SW 25th ter., Sc, 0 ^] 067 Bishop, headline comedian, in kicking off the 1861 CF Telethon campaign. Mrs. Weintraub and Bishop helped Tommy officially open the Telethon headquarters. 1106 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach, on the occasion oi the noted comic's recent appearance here. The Telethon, Florida's 10th annual production, will be held in Miami Beach Auditorium on Jan. 28. 's. Sterling isses Away, 51 Libby Sterling. 51. of 945 fon?o ave.. Coral Gables, passed Wednesday. The wife of lie Sterling. Mrs. Sterling came [30 years ago from Minneapolis. was a member of Beth David regation. Hadassah. and Nall Council of Jewish Women, in jon to many other organizale is survived, in addition to her husba-id. by two sons. Stanley I Ri leia daughter. Mrs. Judith TWeissel: her mother. Mrs. Rose f: a brother. Gerald: two MSMrs Thelma Patterson and Dorothy Schemer; and three ^children, all of Miami. rvices will be held tcda> (Fri*3'. 11 a.m.. at Gordon feral Home, [nti will follin the fa mil} plot a1 Mi N< Adelphi Slates Testing Series v nth and tenth trade students in the Adelphi preparatory and schoi i study program will be e i-i 1 le to take tests prepare;! and admin stered I j Science R< s<. rch ASS( (.1 Chicago on Saturday. Mar. 11. at Adelphi, S 10 NE 7 These annual examinations provide scores in English, social i< s, mathematics, natural science and word usage, and help students plan their high school and college courses. •'The tests also enable the teach' ers to spot talented students." c\plained Lester Rosenthal. Adelphiprincipal, "so that they may receive realistic guidance and moti: vation early in their education ca| reer." National Merit Scholarship qual' % %  ifying tests for juniors will be giv! en the same day. In recognition of their ability, the top-ranking 25 percent of test participants in the state will receive Certificates oi Educational Development. Peruvian Art Collection A selection of Peruvian textiles from one of the leading private i i lions si pre-Columbian art :n the United States will be featured in a new show opening to the public Fridaj at 'he University of J and Emily Lowe Art Gallery To be supplemented by art objects <>n loan and works from the Gallery s permanent collccibition. entitled \n cienl Peruvian Art—The John C. Collection." will include some 60 works lectc.! bj Gallery director C. Clay Aldridge. National Shoe Show National Shoe Show of Miami Beach will be held Sept. 24 to 27. 1961. with exhibit rooms at the Fontainebleau and Barcelona hotels. Jack Rauch is president of the show. JERUSALEM JTA) Trices went up in Israel this i eh as a result ei higher taxes on Certain commodities and sen ic< sit a ted bj the higher budgi I I r the next fiscal year beginning Apr 1. Increase in tax into i I feet on cigarets and < smetics, bus tares and horisehold goods, sail S and investments. The new budget, presented to the Knesset by Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. calls for total 19611932 expenditures of I £ 1.869.000.000 | f 1,046,550,000 That means an increase ol about 11 percent over the current budget. The new taxes will cover part of the nearly I £ 200.000.000 ($112.000.000) increases in expenditures. Mr. Eshkol said. The Finance Minister said his Ministry had to decide between two alternatives for increasing income: It could impose high tax increases on a small number of commodities; or raise the tax by smalt amounts on a large number of goods and services. The Ministry, he said, chose the latter course to avoid general price increases and a spiraling course of inflation. The Finance Ministry estimatethat the tax increases wi!l stay within a range of 10 percent to 15 percent, and will not result in mere than a one-point increase in the*coal of living index. Thus. Mr eel out. there will be no need to raise wages to bring earn in 1 s up to the new cost of living index. Even after the tax Increases have gone into full effect, Mr. Eshkol declared, the general public's posal income" will still be 1J perci ni : igher next year, by compan-en with "he present fiscal period. The Finance Minister warned the public, however, thai while ex ports are increasing. Israel's trade deficit is still growing, since imports are rising in value at a faster rate than exports Of the total, some I £445,000,is allocated for lent, and about I£200,000,000 i St 12.000.1.' IO i for -peeial allo. catii :and debt repayments. About a quarter of the ordinary budget, or I £200.000.000 ($168,000,000 is earmarked for the Defense Ministry. A similar sum is budgeted for the Ministries of Education. Ural h, Labor and Social Welfare, including appropriations for state hous ing. The .Ministry for Religious Af. fairs will receive nearly I£6.000.000 (S3.360.0001 an increase of about a hall million Israeli pounds over the current budget. Home Chapter Meets Wednesday Next regular meeting of the Miami Beach chapter of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children will take place on Wednesday. 8:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan bldg., 407 Lincoln Road Mall. Plans will be finalized for a forthcoming sweater fashion show luncheon. Also on the agenda will be discussion of a membership cocktail party to spur the chapter's current drive lor new members Mr-. Milton Koch will preside over the open meeting. .Vor/fi Shore Chapter Luncheon Ni rth Shore chapter ol B'nai B th Women will hold its "Annual Inn to Wonderland" luncheon Wednesday noon at the Americana hotel. Featured will be a fashion show Co-chairmen are Mesdames George Baltuch and Fay Schwartz. LEGAL NOTICE The Israeli Parliament meanwhile this week started studying the new 1961-62 budget. DAVE F\OEV • • %  I ... ... %  LARRY FORGY i i i -| ; %  p> %  I i %  L it Rlvi p> %  %  .... ALFRED GRYER _>f S920 W I .... Hai boi • .1 He 'i %  %  -i\ v. ••> V %  i i: %  -',!.• %  •'.s \ |nt ih Ife, Bv< f s wen .!;,„ ., Riven !••• %  .'t. Chap I, x, • man) ls)< THOMAS E. McNALLY '•'• EUl lid aVl led I ll m a n emtx r ol th< Miami B< u h H I.." I. .• ;: ml %  %  lie' .11*o. Suivivini: un hiwife, Hannah: twja da %  i %  .. TI I .. -. r\ • w*e Ckdfcel. Wa-t.miM. II ,.ve. Miami Dentists Attend Confab Over l.ooo persons attended the annual me< I I the Alpha Omega (int-'il fraternity at the a Park hotel n Washing ton. D.i oi Dec 27 to 31. renting $ entists 5. ai Cat ada, discussed it.fini | sh for ng $1,500 the new dental -'.hool In Israel, which was founded by the fraterr. The Florida delegation was led by Dr Ceor^e Graham, re-ent lor the stati and Dr. Harold Friedman, local president. Others from this area who attended were Drs. Murray Smith. Jack M i s h k in. Art fin en. Henry Green. Everett Biasberg. Morton Rosenbluth. and LouI is Coverman. & ABRAHAM SLUNG %  f 15*6 l-.x-i ave., died Jan t. V.< s ,i '.-; ir ill lh< • • • • frono 1 -• o i \ U)<. K\ %  %  %  1 !•• n. th Israel Conara:atloD, B'nii Zlon ists Burvlvor* • Ife. M;,: a iliiimht. r M ;.' %  • %  • iwi -citw • i : n i ,\ ; I. Alton ni ...'i hai %  %  ei | -..v |i .. !.i\ • r-iii. Mi mortal <"h.., • ,. So mand SAMSON DAVIDSON 71, ol 181! Mei Idlan i • %  -\ Jan •'. tie • a retli• U di• %  -i in ifi and < ;i" • "in >• r.tnv D, !'i' M. ...ihi r • %  '. Temtili En I ;.-h National Worker* Alliance of Miami i •• e 'i and a / rturvlvora Include i wife. Bertha; a son, two 1.1 u| %  :•.'.. a brother and I slsti es were Jan. v lo lw. • rld< mi;: i : N. TiiiiTniy I-1. HUGO WEINER i'< t'l eMl I > 1X ii illi •! .1. here f ahl >*eara aao from Bkee and was a member of T< m Tarniil. BurviVlDU Wife, MRS. TILLE JAKER i f 100 Pennaj Ivai a avi died .he eami I i • • years ai kiyn and • •• I husband Bam: brnthi %  i vi Han 1-. Mr.' • Mrs i Pi .... I y,, Bather K.ui>n tnd Mrs Helen %  and a -"n. Irving Ja ki i raa Ii Brooklyn with Riverside Memorial Chapel in oharse U ally Into orbit went this champagne cork fired by "space man" Bernie Blanck at the reopening of Marvel, newly-redesigned fur scion end custom dry cleaning establishment at 16 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables. Bianck, operator oi three Greater Miami men's wear shops, is president of the Coral Gables Chcmber cf Commerce. Attendina him in the ccrk-poppir.g ceremony is Mrs. Lucile P. Neher. owner of Marvel. Decor of the new Marvel is blue. Visitors are hailing it as one of the most beautiful houses of fine furs not only in the south, but in the nation Note the Blanck look reflecting the stress of the space—ah er we mean, the champaane age. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< ITI< i: is HEREBY GIVEN %  !>• ni Ii : -ri>i 'i. denlrlns lo rna&K' n n. lit i. nin.ini. of rtK.SORT<;ril>E& BSO >RT SERVICE ... :. ."i-l.-.i Bids., Miami intends tn realxtrl -.'.id n.ini. with i In (Mi I k '-i thi • i; i '..in i of I >ad< < tuuntt. Pl> Ida. > WiriCI. KAMENS, "u e i B IK< Ti :. Iman A Albei i Attnrm \ for Vi'i'li. ..ni 1162 W KlaKlei si. 1 13-20-27, 2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. £11.66.C IN I : I: .1 \' %  i: MIM'I.IX. 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II
"Jewish Floridiaii
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
one 34 Number 2
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 13, 1961
Two Sections Price 20 ionist Body Recesses;
Jorld Leaders Offer
lews on Deliberations
IERUSALEM (.JTA) The World Zionist Congress recessed its
plenary sessions here and split up into a number of committees dealing
with immigration, youth, aliyah. chalutziut. education, organization and
finane<< Tin- cei::imitti'es will draft resolutions for submission to the
Cohgre.-> upon the resumption of its plenary meetings.
Lpuis Segal. American Laboi-5-------------------
Zionist leader and member of the
posed the disbanding of all Zion-
Jfcwkh Agency executive in New jt parties outside of Israel because
\ork told the committee on im- .. are nothi bu( stumblin
migration and absorption that 10, hItK.ks.. t0 the expansion and unitv
000 American Jew*have settled in of tne Zionist movcmcnt He add.
Israel >:rue e>!ab.i,hment of the e(i ,hat it was w to consfantIv
Jewish State He said that 70 per-
cent had become integrated and
that th. pace >: \merican settle-
ment" a- inerej-:-.- Hoad.iedth.it
the figure for '. .1- l.'juo -.
tiers'ol .'. horn 2 tame initially as
tourists
The Congress heard the views
of ether American Zionist lead-
bear down on non-Israeli Jewry
while stating simultaneously that
a full understanding between all
Continued on Page 5 A
Gen. Haim Laskov, who has
just completed three years as
Chief of Staff of Israels De-
fense Force, will be principal
speaker at the UJA national
inaugural conference Feb. 5
on Miami Beach. (See Paae
3-A.)
Congress Airs
Kennedy Aim
On Migration
WASHINGTON(JTAVliberal i immigration quotas are one of
the legislative measures almo.-t cert | ass the new 87th Co --.
which ha- opened here. A number of legislators in both Houses
gone on record as planning to fight ."or a liberal immigration bill in
session. They can be certain of support by the Administration.
One of the immigration bill- -. M
+
Dr. Israel Goldstein outlined
[criteria for determining "the
nt realities and the future
sets" of American Zionism.
Ha listed them as 1. Financial
avpport of Israel; 2. Moral sup-
part of Israel; 3. Jewish educa-
tion; A. Immigration to Israel.
Declaring that most of the fund-
Final Resolutions Emphasize
Means of Pressing Aliyah
JERUSALEM (JTA The A resolution dealing with Jewish
25th World Zionist Organization, education and culture in Jewish
which was scheduled to close Mon- communities outside Israel called
..,.,:,.,. on WZO members to mobilize "the
raising new is in the hands of non- day night, held its closing session bes( ;pintual forces" anc material
ZtMJsts. Dr. Goldstein stated that Wednesday, in view of the fact that means for the consolidation, ex-
a "ifcare ot the blame for the fact, inter.party negotiations for the pansioo and intensification of Jew
mm* be allocated to the Govern- COmposition of a new executive of ish education, "based on Jewial
ot Israel He warned that,
with the establishment of the new
Jewish Agency, administered by a
non-Zionist majority, the spending
of the monies will also be in the
jurisdiction of non-Zionists. How-
ever, he stated, this is a develop-
ment that cannot be reversed.
Rabbi Irving Miller, president
of the American Zionist Council.
told the Congress that American
Zionism was a "precious treasure"
for Israel, for the Zionist move-
ment and for the Jewish commu-
nity of America He warned lead-; ^ Mtd the prwidTJm" V~the
h
lan-
guage."
The resolution makes it incum-
Continued on Page 2-A
l posit
the Jewish Agency brought no re- tradition and the Hebrew
suits Monday.
In a resolution ar'opted by the
Congress, the Jewish Agency exec-
utive and the Zionist Organization
of America were requested to con-
tinue working toward incorporation
of major American Jewish organ-
izations into the World Zionist Or-
ganization. Zionist regional bodies
were asked to take similar steps.
The Congress ratified the pot-
icy adopted by the Agency exec-
be introduced has the specific en-
dorsement of President elect John
r Kennedy Rep. Alfred E. Sant-
pnvelo released a letter from Mr.
Kennedy, dated Oct. 8. in
tne proj osed bill was d< si ril
"a sound basis for legislative ac-
tion." Rep. Santangclo. a New
York Democrat, included four pro-
visions in his bill:
1. To allow over 40,000 persons
1 row separated from their fam-
ilies in the U.S. to enter the coun-
try outside the quota system. 2.
To base the national quota on up-
to-date census reports, instead of
the 1920 census. 3. To distribute
the unused quotas of some na-
tions to those with more pros-
pective immigrant* than their
quotas. 4. To authorize the At-
torney General to admit up to
60,000 refugees a year.
Bills to Prohibit
US Accession
To Arab Boycott
WASHINGTON (JTA) Bills
to prohibit United States agencies
from imposing contractual provis-
.<>:> which put ships trading wit'i
Israel a- economic disadvantage
were introduced in Congress last
H eekend. The bills were prompted
by practices followed in the past
by the Navy which were consider-
ed as a "surrender to the Arab
boycott."
ers both in Israel and in the Unit
ed States neither to tamper with
nor to underestimate this poten-
tial.
Ezra Shapiro, of Cleveland. pro-
Zionist Actions Committee re-
garding the rights and obligations
of organizations that will become
atsociate members of the World
Zionist Organization.
Baltimore B'nai B'rith Quits
Interfaith Council in Protest
BALTIMORE (JTA) The ing among the citizens of the eom-
B'nai B'rith lodges of Baltimore munity.
revealed this week they have with-
Court Reserves Decision
On Aramco Appeal Case
drawn from membership in the
Baltimore Interfaith Committee.
due to the fact that one of the
sponsors of that committee. Boumi
Temple Shrine, fellows a policy of
anti-Jewish discrimination. The an-
nouncement was made by Dr Sam-
uel Friedman, of the Presidents
Council of Baltimore B'nai B'rith
lodges
The Interfaith Committee was or-
Three Democratic members of
the House Mrs. Edna F Kelly,
Some of these measures were in- Herbert Zelenko, of New York, and
eluded in bills introduced in prev- Thomas J. Lane, of Massachusetts
reintroduced bills to prevent any
Continued on Page 16-A tjjg Department or agency to en-
ter into any charter containing pro-
visions which would make ship
owners liable with expenses in-
curred, if their ships are penalized
by Arab authorities for having trad-
ed with Israel.
A clause to this effect was in-
cluded in forms of the Military
Sea Transportation Service, in-
viting bids to carry cargo, mainly
oil, for the Navy. The clause was
intended to d:scourage ships
trading with Israel from partici-
pating in these bids, since an oil
tanker was refused facilities by
Saudi Arabia for having traded
with Israel, and the ship's com-
pany sued the Navy for damages.
When these practices became
. public knowledge about a year ago,
tinounclr. the withdrawal, after having been followed for two
The reason for B'nai B'rith's
withdrawal voted by the ex-
ecutive committees of all Balti-
more B'nai B'rith lodges is
the continued ciscriminatory
membership policy of the Bou-
mi Temple of Baltimore, a pro-
fessedly non-sectarian organiza-
tion, which nevertheless bars
members of the Jewish faith.
canized over .14 years ago by the r)r Friedman stated: "B'nai B'rith year-, the Navj came under sharp
Knights of Columbus, B'nai B'rith. believes that this exclusionary pol- criticism bo h in Congress and in
, and Boumi Temple Shrine. Coop- icy of Baltimore's Boumi Temple the press. Following the public in-
ALI!ANY-(JTA)-The Court ol Anneals reserved decision this week eratjng Wlth ,he mahagement of v iuch is als0 regretted bv many ?n tion over the "surrender to
on an appeal !>> the Arabian American Oil Company from two lower tnp Bajt,more orioles, the Commit- among Boumi Temple's member- the Arab boycott." the Navy an-
court uliiiKs that it has no right to question job applicants about their !ee inspired the annual Interfaith smp ^ urUqUe jn shrinedom. and nounced that it will discontinue
religion The oil company's appeal was opposed by the American Jewish Baseball Came designed to pro-
Ctwgre which accused Aramco of serving as the 'tool and agent" mote better interfaith understand-_______Continued on Page 5-A
tidi Arabia in screening Jews* *
Continued on Page 16-A
employment both in Saudi
ia and in the United States.
Ihad Polier. chairman of the
Commission on Law and
lal Action, asked the court to
lold decisions by the State
reme Court and the Appel-
Division calling on the New
State Commission Against
crimination to probe charges
Miat Aramco's job practices vio-
la** the state Fair Employment
Law. In a friend of the court
riff presented at the hearing
fJw National Assn. for the Ad-
peament of Colored People sup-
) Continued on Page 3-A
PEACE-MAKING STRUGGLE CONTINUES BEHIND THE SCENES
Showdown Delayed on Gurion Lavon Battle
JERUSALEM (JTA) A final secretariat. That meeting was a four-week vacation after prepar-
showdown in the broiling dispute postponed until after the close of ing and signing but not submit-
between Prime Minister David lne 25th Worid Zionist Congress, tine his resignation.
Ben-Gurion and Pinhas L a v on- The request for postponement was
which has triggered a deep rift made by. tWQ other Mapai ieaders.
in their Mapai party, was Post" former' Premier Moshe Sharett
poned this week while peacemak- and Finance Minister Levi Eshkol.
ers struggled to find an acceptable who has been trv,ng t0 mediate the
at numerous meetings of Mapai
groups and labor councils was
that he should not resign.
formula
The showdown had been sched
struggle. Mr. Eshkol has been
serving as Deputy Prime Minister
! uled for a meeting of the Mapai' since Mr. Ben-Gurion departed on
Mr. Ben-Gurion has demanded
A flood of telegrams and let- ,nat ;ne Mapai majority on the Cab-
tars reportedly was pouring into jret reverse a vote of approval tor
the office of the Prime Minister a unanimous Ministerial committee
and of Mr. Lr.von, secretary- report exonerating Mr. Lavon >
general of the Histadrut. The' responsibility as Israel Defense
theme of the appeals to the
Mm* Minister also echoed Continued on Paqe 11-A


Page
* Jen ## ffrridiTtn
Zionist Resolutions Emphasize Aliyah Program
ti roneress noted t\
Continued from Page 1-A
bei upon every Zionisl that he as-
sure a Hebrew education for his
children, and appeals i>' all kej
mi rkers in the Zionist movement
io learn Hebrew and use thai lan-
guage in public activities
Congress appealed io Jev -
i e Israel to send their
children ol high school or univer-
aitj level to Israel for al least a
years study, iv facilitate Hebrew
ies abroad, the executive is
pledged b) the Congress to pro-
vide textbooks, reading materials
and other stud) aids
One resolution urged thai the
present Hebrew University stud}
plan for American students be ex-
panded. This measure also called
|0i a system oi "one year's service
in Israel" for European Jewish
youth, atul a year of study and
work tor American youth.
The broadening of the trend of
youth pilgrimages and of Bar
Mitivah journeys to Israel was
also urged by the Congress. In
general, th Congress stated,
'the mastering of the Hebrew
language by the masses of Jew-
ish young people in the lands
outside Israel must constitute a
central plan in the Zionist edu-
cational program."
Throughout manj of the res
heavy stress was placed bj
Congress on youth and educa
"Jew ;*h an
tv i "en-
regard to
Tenth grade students at the Mesifta Hiqh School of the Hebrew
Academy are on a tour of the laboratory at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
The tour, part of the school's community-living proqram, was
arranged by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Left to
right are Stuart Werner, Dr. Jerome Benson, director of pathol-
ogy at Mt. Sinai. Jerry Aranoti. Myron McKiernan, biology in-
structor at the Mesifta' High School', Howard Lauer, David Sha-
piro, Melvin Lerner. Ira Marcus. Dov Wainberg, Ivan Esterman.
Not shown is Larrv Cimer.t.
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The Congress called upon the
Jewish people of the world to raise
SI.000.000.000 within the next ten
years for the building of Israel.
The resolution reaffirmed a decis-
ion that the Keren Hayesod 'shall
be the only fund of the Zionist Or-
ganization to conduct campaigns
tor Israel It made it obligatory
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One of the "urgent" goals pin-
pointed in the resolution calls tor
Immediate aid to the emigration
of North African Jewry, the Agen-
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'take the most energetic action"
to Implement this emigration.
Special areas regarded by 'he
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emigration to Israel are "small
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danger oi spiritual degeneration;"
bringing to Israel of North African
Jews now residing in France. and
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remnants of Jews in Cochin China."
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Gen. Laskov to Speak Here for UJA
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Jiujior High School, receives a S50 U.S. Savings Bond as first
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wHn a 50-star U.S. ilag. Runners-up were Glenn Saiger. Oak
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lines to beyin a month-long speak-
ing tour on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal.
Gen. Laskov has undertaken a
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inys throughout the country High-
lighting his tour will be two spe-
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He will be the main speaker at
the UJA national inaugural con-
ference at the Americana hotel
in Miami Beach on Feb. 5, to
spark the opening of UJA's na-
tionwide drive for $72,740,000 to
aid immigrants in Israel and
distressed Jews in 26 other coun-
tries. On Feb. 8, Gen. Laskov
will speak in Chicago at the din-
ner honoring Philip M. Klutz-
nick, UJA's newly-elected gen-
eral chairman.
Rabbi Herbert A Friedman, UJA
executive vice chairman, express-
ed "our deepest gratitude to Gen.
Laskov for accepting an arduous
civilian assignment with no breath-
ing spell alter his exacting three-
year term as Chief of Staff." Gen.
LaskOV retired from Israel's top
military post on Dec. 31.
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Gen. Laskov served as command-
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Gen Laskov originally was sched-
uled to visit this country later in
the year. He agreed to advance
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gress position.
Aramco's attorney argued that
the company asks job applicants
to state their religions because it
must comply with a ban on the en-
try dt Jews In Saudi Arabia, where
Aramco conducts its operation
Chester Bordeau. counsel for Ar-
amco. also said that American po-
litical interests in the Middle East
require that the company be grant-
ed an exemption from the state
anti-discrimination law.
The American Jewish Congress
attorney countered by charging
that Aramco uses the religious
question on its job application form
as a device for barring Jews not
only from employment in Saudi
Arabia but also from jobs in its
New York City operation, where
the company has more than 800
employees.
The Congress .-poKcsman cited
State Department commitments.
I'.S. Senate resolutions and other
evidence indicating that "our gov-
ernment opposes the discrimina-
tory practices of Saudi Arabia and
does not condone the importation
of those practices into our own
country."
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One ves- is 0
Thr Year. J'O 00
Volume 34 Number 2
Fridav, January 13, 1961
25 Tebet'5721
A Oiyfded People

e "honeymoon" between a r.ew
President and his Congress
eraHy accorded to last seme
President-elect Kennedv hai ap-
parently hoped to extend cd
:: sweetness and grace in 3 wJ
:. :.-. oi pre-inaugural business tat
parallels with little or no precedent
the presumably h:gh-gear activities
Capitol Hill in recent years.
Introduced into Congress since
i's resumption of sessions has been
c senes oi bills aimed at dealing with
tne nation's shameful immigration
laws.
The battle over immigration is
set against a backdrop of long end
sad history. The present McCcrrcn-
Walter Act was vetoed by President
Truman a decade ago, but won a re-
turn bout when Congress overrode
his blistering attack against its origins
guota provisions.
President Eisenhower pledged
during his 1952 campaign for office
that he would work toward a repeal
of the act. He made a similar pledge
in 1956.
At no time since its passing into
law has the McCarran-Walter Act been serious-
ly threatened with repeal. What the Admin-
istration did was to pass an Emergency Refugee
Relief Act in 1953-4, thus permitting some
214,000 persons into the United States above
existing guotas.
This act, within a brief time, found itself
neutralized by vicious political considerations,
including a squelched scandal that involved
Edward Corsi, the President's personally-chosen
administrator cf the emergency measure; John
Foster Dulles, the late Secretary of State; Scott
McCleod. our present Ambassador to Ireland,
which almost refused to accredit him on the
basis of his identification with the McCarrcn-
Walter Act; and a broad gamut of articulate
spokesmen for the late Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy.
The origins quota concept is a scd enough
commentary on the tradition c: this nation's
presumably open door, so eloquently symbol-
ized by the Emma Lazarus inscription at the
foot of the Statue of Liberty. But the Congres-
sional debate attending the battle over the
McCcrran-Walter Act surpessed by far the
vicious intent of immigration auctas.
Both its sponsors, the late Sen. Pat McCar-

BETWEEN TWO HRES
ident Truman's veto a day that found former
Sen. Herbert Lehman in tears in one of the
Capitol building's corridors to the hour Sen.
McCarthy first sensed the opportunity to use
the McCarran-Walter Act as another sledge in
his arsenal against Communist invasion, this
act has been a source of shame to America
abroad and a frustration of its historic ideals at
home.
The pre-Kennedy Administration moves to
adjust the inequities in this piece of legislation
are in consonance with his philosophies as ex-
pressed in his book, "A Nation of Immigrants.''
which The Jewish Floridian is currently repro-
ducing. (See Page 10-A for final installment.
It is in consonance with his belief that a people
divided against itself by origin can not, indeed,
be a people.
Age Takes the Spotlight
It would be difficult to assess what precisely
can come out of this week's White House Con-
ference on the Aqinq. Not the least of the ccn-
offered up some of the most patently anti-
Semitic arquments in defense of" their legisla-
tion. Indeed, iust about all Europeans who
could lay no claim to being Protestant and of
Anglo-Saxon origin received their share of op-
pressive criticism as potential American citizens.
From the day that Congress overrode Pres-
Aliyah and Zionism Related
the final days of the present Administration.
Ii it is, indeed, the President's conference,
how can we conclude that, in the waninq hours
of his office, he will come up with any serious
recommendations concerninq one of the na-
tion's most serious domestic problems?
Nevertheless, one thing is certain: What we
call the senior citizen" for want of a better
term must be given increasing attention during
the years ahead if only because he is rapidly
becoming a numerically significant part of our
total population.
The Jewish community has a lona and


The resolutions emeraing out of the delib-
erations of the 25th World Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem are heavily qeared toward coping worthy tradition of respect and coiTcern'ToMhe
with the problem of Aliyah. aging and aged. Locally, the many programs
It will long remain a matter of speculation geared for senior citizens by the Greater Miami
whether such would have been the case with- Jewish Community Center. Jewish Family and
out Prime Minister Ben-Gurion's blisterinq at- Children's Service, and Jewish Home for the
tacks aqainst Zionism on the floor of the Con- Aged, among others, attest to this fact.
gress, in which he dwelt lingering!'/ and signifi-
cantly on just this problem.
The resolutions make good reading. (See
Page 1-A.) They inspire noble feelinas of in-
tent, and offer uraent warninas of disaster in
the event Aliyah as a central concept of Israeli
survival fails to be qenerally recoqnized by
Jews throughout the world.
But there is nowhere in these resolutions
the feelina that Aliyah has become the ideo-
logic touchstone of Zionism in the same way
that the vision of a Jewish homeland in Pales-
tine was once the movement's central reason
for being.
On a national level, it is heartenina to
note the leading role that the Synaaogue Coun-
cil of America assumed at the White House
Conference on the Aging, including the partici-
pation of such renowned Jewish philosophers as
Dr. Abraham Heschel, whose presentation be-
fore, the White House Conference on Youth
last year was considered by many observers
to be one of the highlights oi the gathering
Whatever the result:* of this week's con-
ference, it is to be hoped that the nation's sym-
pathetic understandinq of the problems o' 'cur
aging enlaraes rapidly and with perceptive
understanding. r
during the week
... as i see ii
LEO MINDLIN
by

DRIME MINISTER Be
Qurios has reconstructed
the -uhstance of his
befoca the 25th Werld Z i at
(rest. He now crie<
with respect to the- pn
interpretation of his quoti
the Talmud: "Whosoever dw< Us
outside the land of Israi
considered to have no
In this delicate task. Mi
Gurioo lias the able assist

among others ol Max Bressler. president of the Zionist Organ
of America and Dr Emanuel Neumann, honorary president.
Both these men. in a letter .'an. 3 to The New York Tin
!h(. Times to task for its original report of the Prime Mini-!.
controversial address charging that the Talmud quotation ha
lilted oul ol contexi thai the report of Mr. Bco-Gurion'a tv
,.,,!; .... icd the Premier's words, which were ain
I, ws from all over the tree world bo a spii |
m the upbuilding of the it
Stati 'i Israel ....
I, w .;. |jsh for i I r, Zionist or therwisc I ,
n the past, liber ill) \< r sed Um o|
tan ol Zionism, sp< i and the '
em rail) Indei Prime
putation in this
Si n letter does is t< e the I i i
the Times, whi re I '
size th< implicit "G<
lowngi more substa
all) not negati by thi
.:. -:-
FRACTIONAL ISSUfS M THE SPOTLIGHT
;OR THE FACT n n ains that Mr Ben-Gurion I issui h -
> i _r.__ii.. r .1. i _. -.1
I his profoundly-fell hope thai thi
oi Jewish immigration from the Western world would ultimate
li undue attention h;is since been paid the former at the expi
the latter, it is a turn oi events Mr Ben-Gurion, himself, might have
of
Ii
thi
easilj predicted.
In the first instance, he publicly vowed to refrain from such critical
comment during the course oi the Zionist Congress. In the second in-
stance, however much he now seems to want to minimize the signifi-
cance of his Talmudic reference, the fact remains that, having ma le
it. he broke the vow. Many American Jews, long nettled by Mr Bi
Gunon's needling commentary on their affairs, responded in pre
tioned fashion. Hence, the 'misinterpretation;" hence, the current
quarrel.
The sad result of this development is not alone that the ac<
was placed on the allegedly wrong aspect of the Prime Minister ad-
dress. It is equally sad that far more fundamental questions ha\e
once again been obscured as a result of the massive and negative re-
action to his ill-conceived formulation of them.
By making the destiny of present-day Zionism his particular i i
noir. and by reacting wildly against diaspora Jewry's failure to mca-ure
up to his concept of massive Aliyah. the Prime Minister is no less
guilty than the Times of emphasizing fractional rather than total issue-.
For the problem is not Zionism or even the diaspora. The problem
is the future of Israel the future of the Jewish people, wherever they
may be living.
-: :- .
4 SUItS Of CHAIN MDUCTIONS
IF MR. BEN-GURION had been given reasonable opportunity to elab-
orate, he would almost surely underscore the easily-grasped n la-
tionship among the three basic factors that the quarrel tended to isi
as individual phenomena and to make seemingly irreconcilable: Aliyah,
diaspora Jewry, and whither Israel.'"
For one is a function of the other, and all three are mcrch
ticated divisions of a simple totality, it must not be forgotten thai
Mr. Ben-Gurion is .,n accomplished student of history. By hi-' I
do not mean the chronological accumulation of human events
capacit) for example, to tabulate the dates of significant militan
ties. I mean, rather, the ability to see the general in the sp
simultaneous patterns, whether in conflict or in unison, deriving from
man struggle to exist and to survive.
rhis talent Mr Ben-Gurion has in copious quantity His pro:-.
ments are tempered by it. his visions fashioned accord.ng to it- p ti<
ular strengths and weaknesses. Thus, when the Prime Mini-" I
sharply critical of the Zionist movement todav. he aims a mortal
at what he considers to be an ideology whose purpo>e has been I
Should no loi g< r exist. In Zionism's struggle toward the ach
n ol its continuum, he deduces nefarious purpose: kelf-perpctu
for its v\n sake.
He a!-o deduces diaspora Jewry's alleged unwillingness to ;
tne completion oi the vision to give upGalut for life la Israel il<
tne survival ol Zionism beyond the logical conclusion of it- P
- tor Mr iten Gurion sufficient reason to uifcr a dream state ex
in the more brutal ttrms he hai used 0
occasions, a condition of schizophrenia.
A VI-'ON OF WHAT MAI Bf HIST0K1
2>ONISM THUS BECOMES an instrumentality for rational;
,'" '"'" ""' community outside of isra< When
;''"' need to "build spiritual bridges to "reei
Y" '," 7" :N ;"1(l "strengthen the tradttioi
', world." Mr Ben-Gurion is merely eonfii
BIS V;'W ;" th< r"U' HOW been totally reversed.
frJ-fhiH! ?. '" lhe noi "f ,no diaapora-Aliyah relationship
; u'hen,,,^ oi one ..- the cause of the weakening of the Othe. 'he
.';'.',, ,'!" ': l,n:"rl"-'t<-i> somewhal less dear in his dc I
;m;;;|"- ""s relationship and ,ts impact on the question of "whither
a r li,;-,M,n;iarV'"P:'m>t Primarily, he is mortailv fearful
an evC.u I,',; I "'^ i"5 "" ^l] ,loom for 'ht' -,ewish Sl
hesit-. "" "I ',r,:"Ts not "> consider. There is also the im|
thf W "Vk'"1""" '1Iu,; ,,v A1,-Va he means migration of Jew- I
he ne .her St >W"lh "^ '" ,ew" from N'orth Africa and the Ol
usl J L f ,r,,SKn0'' "*"*) for it is Western Jewry thai
rooted*Jm? S?"*11'^ roalit>'; and jt ,s l1 as a "
n tun ,K,1U"'e ,hat Mr Ben-Gurion believes must survive
...Iu,uu ^'' suvive at all
- the l>nmnMP' Zl""'M" >U""hl ""^rstand above all things; and it
F r Z.on ?, "! "T bttt" '-xpenence that Zionism does
StricUwS. L8 tons,,U!,t'd today, in Mr. BatvGurion's vie*
fuaiue f T|Kraw'n; ,hus Un,,m to emphasize the CUltUM


.
Iday, January 13. 1961
fMnisti FkridHan
Pcge 5-A
.
eaders Offer Views on Deliberations
Continued from Page 1-A
|fts of the Jewish people was be-
sincerely sought.
Judge Louis Levinthal, of Phil-
adelphia, declared that many
American Jews who have settled
In Israel did so in a quest for a
efferent kind of Jewish life. He
tallenged the suggestion that
nerican Jews emigrated to Is-
rael out of fear of anti-Semit-
fcm in the United States. Judge
Levinthal said it was not fair to
evaluate Aliyah from the United
States as disappointing, or to
consider it as having come to an
Rabbi Joseph Liokstein, Ameri-
can Mizrachi leader, speaking as
a member of a uroup "which re-
gards Hebrew first as a Holy
tongue." >aid that the Hebrew lan-
guage, important as it was, would
OOt in itself brim; about 'he re-
demption. He said Hebrew was no
more than a by-product of the pro-
cess ol rational awakening, a pro-
cess which he sa:d must be based
on a return to sources. He said
only a lull ob-ervant Jewish life-
could guarantee a link with the
people.
Mrs E'r1 Goldstein, former Pio-
neer W< men president, asked
whether Israel was making a real
effort to underhand non-Israeli
Jews. She said that to the non-
Zionist abroad Zionism was a mat-
ter of philanthropy and she called
on tli3>Gongross to provide an agen-
cy for education and training to
achieve a large aliyah. Youth in
the dispersion should be oriented
toward Israel, she said.
Another session was addressed
by spokesmen for millions of Jews
throughout the world, making it,
in the words of Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, '"the most representative
Congress ever." The speakers rep-
resented some 20 organizations now
associated or affiliated with the
World Zionist Organization in ac-
cordance with recent amendments
for such association by non-Zionist
groups.
Rabbi Edward T. Sandrow,
president of the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America, the associa-
tion of Conservative rabbis, said
the World Zionist Organization
was best fitted to become the
"world community" of the Jew-
ish people because it was most
truly representative of the as-
pirations of Jews everywhere."
The Rabbinical Assembly was
the only rabbinical group in the
Unitrd States to accept an invi-
tation to take part in the Con-
gress.
Sir Barnett .Tanner. British MP.
said that the British Board of Dep-
uties had persistently worked for
close relations between the people
and the land of the Bible. Dr Tu-
BB Quits Interfaith Council
Continued from Page 1-A
Is tneonsi-trnt with the non-sectar-
4n-adnii~Nions policy ol the Shrine
nationally We have repeatedly
discussed and tried to resolve this
setter with William O. Barnes, II-
Ittstriou* Potentale of Boumi Tem-
ple, but his recent statements con-
Be us that future discussions
and efforts to correct these prac-
l tices will prove unavailing.
"B'nai B'rith. therefore, cannot
t in good conscience continue its
: association as a member of the In-
terfaith Committee under these
circumstances. To do so would be
to mock the very purpose and spir-
it of the Committee's program as
well as those of B'nai B'rith"
via Kamensheim. president of the
Federation' of the Communities of
Argentina, stressed the achieve-
ments of Argentine Jewry in the
field of Jewish education. His ap-
pearance before the Congress co-
incided with the arrival of 150 Ar- j
gentine Jewish youths to study in
Israel.
Gaston Kahn, of the Conseil Rep-
n?senlatif des Juis de France. I
said his organization, born during I
the underground period of the
Nazis, united all French Jewry.
Dr. S. Piperno, of the Union of
Italian Jewish Communities, said
that his organization's decision to
join the Zionist movement "sym-
bolizes the desire of Italian Jewry
to participate in the work of build-
ing the State of Israel."
A warning that "strong meas-
ure-"' must be taken in Australia
against assimilalionist tendencies
was voiced by another of the
sne-ikcrs. If. D. Friedman, repre-
sentative of the Australian Jewi.-h
Communities. Friedman said that
68.000 Jews in Australia "enjoy
richness of material resources,
but he expressed apprehensions
about the "Strong" assimilalionist
trend in his area This trend, he
said, must be combatted by a
stronger program of Jewish edu-
cation, as well as by stepped-up
efforts for emigration of Austral-
ian Jews to Israel.
A program for the absorption of
10.000 immigrants in five years,
including special legislation giv-
ing the immigrant the same status
as the investor, was presented by
Leo Dultzin, head of the Economic
Department of the Jewish Agency.
He proposed the establishment of
a joint Government-Jewish Agency
authority for economic absorption-
along with the widening of the
main branchs of commerce and i
industry. The expansion, according^
to the proposal, would be done by},
the Government, the Agency and
the immigrant, each contributing
one-third.
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridian
Called to His Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25th, 5699JANUARY 16th, 1939
"3a ^iiAe in UeoAti tUe ecuf.e KMnd

ON BEHALF OF THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH COMMUNITY .
THE RECEPTION COMMITTEE OF
THE COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL WILL
PROUDLY GREET ITS DISTINGUISHED
GUEST OF HONOR,
MAYOR ROBERT F. WAGNER
OF NEW. YORK CITY,
WHO WILL SPEAK AT THE
CJA LEADERSHIP DINNER
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22nd,
AT THE EDEN ROC HOTEL
MAYOR WAGNER
RECEPTION COMMITTEE
ERNEST JANIS
Chairman
Mayor D. Lee Powell, Miami Beach
Mayor Robert King High, Miami
Honorary Chairmen
HON. ROBERT F. WAGNER
Mayor of the City
of New York
Judge Irving Cypen, Dinner Chairman
Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Hostess Chairman
A. J. Harris and Julian Weinkle, Initial Gifts Committee
Joseph M. Lipton, General Campaign Chairman
Leonard Abess
Joseph Applebaum
Col Jacob Arv-y
Max Boderman
Samuel Botway
Shepa'd Broad
Benjamin Bronsron
Morris Coope'
Edward Cowen
Alfred Darnels
Abraham Dreier
Fran* Frankel
EthI Fnedlander
Mat Gache
Jack Gaines
Abraham Gev.r-z
Ellis A. Gmbel
Mrs lou'5 Glasse'
Dr Mo"'S Good-nan
Samuel J Gold'a- >
Robert Z. Greene
Jenne Giossmger
ha Guilden
Bert Haft
Gabriel Heatter
Seymour Heller
Daniel Herman
Abraham Hirsch
Arthur Horowitz
Samuel Knee
Morris Lapidjs
Jack Leonard
Harry lewis
Marcie Liberman
Leon lowenstein
Sol Luber
Samuel luby
Arthur Maisel
Charles Martel
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
Irving E Miller
Emil Morton
Harry Mufson
Samuel Mufson
Lawrence Nelson
Harry Ojijs
Henry M. Plohn
Leo Rob'uson
Col. Nathm Rood
Matthew Rosenhaus
Clifford Russell
Bernard Shoninger
Solomon S:egel
Charles Silvers
Isidore Simkowitz
Benjamin Smerluv}
Lawrence Tisch
Abraham Wechsler
Sol E. Wemrich
Milton Weiss
Leonard Wie-t
Mortimer Wien


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*Jen it fk ridfiar?
Friday, January 13, \%\
Plans Finalize for Mayor Wagner Dinner;
Reception Committee in Formation Here
Activity surrounding the npcoifl
Ing CJA leadership dinner on Jan.
22 al the Eden Ro< hotel has been
Stepped up as i-ommitM'cs ht'uar.
to imaii/i their plans lor this ma-
jor community function.
Dinner chairman Judge Irving
Cypen this week said thai wide-
spread interest has been shown in
thi announcement thai Mayor Hob-
er: V Wagner, of New York City.
will make a personal appearance
;it the dinner and deliver the ma-
Joi address *f the evening
Erm -' t.ii i. i- chairman of the
Mayor Wagner reception, which
has been planned for former New
York residents in the Pavilion
room, .iu.-t prior to the
dinner event
Jan. 22
Mayor D. Lee Powell, of Miami
Beach and Miami Mayor Robert
King High have accepted CJA's
invitation to serve as honorary
chairmen of the reception com-
mittee for the distinguished New
York official.
The reception committee will In-
clude Leonard Abess, Joseph Ap-
plebaum, Col Jack Arvey, Max
rman, Samuel Botway, Shep-
ard Broad, Benjamin Bronston,
Morris Cooper, Edward Covven, Al-
fred Daniels, Abraham Dreier.
Prank Fi i Emil Friedlander,
Dinner Co-Chairmen arc Appointed
Two of Miami's well known
communal workers were named
WDGE IRVING CYPEN
Young Israel Card Party
erhood of Young Israel will
hold a card party Saturday even-
il al the home of Mr and Mrs.
Mi ton Gottlieb, 930 NE 17th st..
V Miami Beach
this top positions in the
Combined Jewish Appeal lea ler
-hip dinner.
Campaign chairman Joseph M
Lipton has appointed .indue Irving
Cypen as dinner chairman and
Mrs. Bernard Stevens a- chairman
of the hostess committee.
The community affair, which is
expected to climax campaign acti-
vity in the Initial Gifts Division.
will be held on Sunday evening,
Jan 22. 7 p.m. in the Imperial
room of the Eden Roc hotel.
Judge Cypen is a vice chair-
man of the 1961 CJA campaign,
and has taken a leading role in
the CJA Attorney's Division. He
is a member of Federation's
executive committee, board of
governors, and is currently presi-
dent of the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
Mrs Stevens i- a member of
Federation's board of governors.
and has held front-hank job- for
many years with the Women's Di-
vision of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. She has conducted Leader-
ship Training courses, was selected
to receive Federation's President-
Award, and holds the office of vice
president in charge of education in
the Federation of Jewish Women-
Jack Gaines, Abraham Ge
Also Max Cache. Ellis \
bel, Mr.-. Louis Glassi r .
ris Goo nan, Samuel J
R en /. Greene Jei
iuilden, Bi rt
brie] Heal Sej ma i
Dame: Herman, Abraham !
Arthur 1! ro> iti Samuel Kn<
Othet are Morn- ;
I Han j Let is
erinar. Leon Lowenstein
ber, S Lub; Arth i
. Meyer
Miller. Charles Martel. i
ton Harry M ifsoi
-on. I.. rence Selt
irr) Osij
son,
R Matthew !$>-
i. rd Rus Bei
S.lomon S

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I Sol E
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Mrs. Bernard Stevens will be chairmen oi the hostess commit-
tee for the CJA leadership dinner on Jan. 22 at the Eden Roc
hotel. Here she checks final details and hostess instructions
with Joseph M. Lipton, aeneral campaiqn chairman of the
1951 Combined Jewish Appeal. Judae Irvina Cypen .s dinner
chairman, and Ernest Janis heads the reception committee for
Mayor Robert F. Wagner, quest of honor.
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Mrs. Steven-. Lipton emphasized
that "Miami Jewry will be chal
lenged in the i%i CJA campaign
and leadership musl stand up and
be counted on Jan. 22.
"Those who are accepting Iheir
responsibility in this critical time
must look to the rest of the com-
munitj tor spiritual and material
support."'
Mrs. Stevens' hostess commit-
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Silberman at Tropical Park Race
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1950%


1957
1959
1960
The largest percentage increase in reserves of
any Savings Institution chartered in South Florida
during the last quarter-century.
OFFICERS
DAVID STUZIN
PrtSidtnt
S. F. DANELS
txaeutlva Vlca Praaldant
CHARLES HKRTZOFF
Traaaurar
KENNETH R. KINARD
Aaalatant Vlca Praaldant
MORTON TRILLINO
Aaaiatant Vlca Praaldant
W. BENTLEV GLASS
Aaaiatant Vlca Praaldant
W. H. MERRILL. JR.
Aaalatant Sacratary
JOSEPH O.TUBB
Aaaiatant Traaaurar
J. C. FORTSON
Aaaiatant Traaaurar
DIRECTORS
DAVID STUZIN
Praaidant
Citlzana Padarai Savinga
S. F. DANELS
itacutlva Vlca Praaldant^
Chairman of tha Board
City Oat Company
LEO J. ADEEB
Praaldant. Lao Adaab
A Aaaoclataa. Inc.
J. W. BARFIELD
Praaldant. Barllald
Inatrumant Corporation
C. C. COENSPARGER
Conaultlno Civil Enfllnaar
CHARLES HERTZOFF
Partnar. David Stuiln A Company
Cartifiad Public Accountanta
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
AS OF DECEMBER 31. I960
ASSETS
Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 3
U.S. Government Obligations 1
First Mortgage Loans ..... 24
Loans on Savings Accounts.
Federal Home Loan
Bank Stock .............
Land. Office Buildings
and Equipment............ 1
Former Branch Building
(Held for Resale).........
Deferred Charges and
Other Assets ..............___
,587,934.67
,000.000.00
,049,143.95
282,677.42
303.600.00
,169,534.83
58,897.51
174.936.89
LIABILITIES
Savings Accounts ..........$25,011,347.74
Advances From Federal
TOTAL ASSETS......... $30.626.725.27
CITIZENS
FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HIALEAH
.. 2.250.000.00
816.744.97
416,964.44
General Reserves
and Surplus ......... .. 2.131.668.12-
TOTAL LIABILITIES $30,626,725.27
1
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AOO HIALEAH DRIVE
PALM SPRINGS BRANCH:
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+Jenist>rkr/kf/<3ir
Friday. January 13.
1961
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Goldmann Defends B G Address
RABBIS INTERPRET TAIMUD QUOTE PAG! 114
fSALEM >JTA r ""' >usttfled by !hc addreM '! "'
Nahura Goldmann, president oi the whole. II. said that Dm speech had
World Zionist Organization, read ,,(,t,M distorted bj two New York
at the World Zionist Congress a newspapers adding that the dis-
SJTta.1 "MTniiSr D.vM Ben lortions had resulted from mi*
GurioSbeen quoted out of con- quotation by making one P -,
text m reports in the American selected from .< lengthy speecn, ap-
Best wishes are extended to Walter Feltman (center) outgoing
president oi the Miami YMHA Branch, by Leon Kaplan (left)
vice president of the National Jewish Welfare Board's Jewish
Center Division, and Sam Heiman, president. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Mr. Feltman resigned his presidency as he
is leaving for New Orleans.
press "t his address last w < < k.
which provoked much critici.-t
the pail ol American Jewish ": san
us.
Dr. Goldnii nil sti i
the n rpn tation ol ll
m Mr
ref< rring to
w ho do not emigrate to i-'-;i' "'
declared that the inti rpr< l
en was totally unwarrante I i>> the
lhal the
pcar ... thi prim pal content ol the
i h.
Rabbi
\meri ,::
ri
. .i. n-ih i lers in
lh Mizrachi lead
\ lei '
. Woi Zionist C ingress
,i,(ll [ashion in which Mr
;;, ;. nurion was attacked bj Jew
speech .i- a whole, a
Prime Minister, discussini mml ^ animations in New York II
gration to Israel, had mentioned in .. |nI lhi. remar|r, made b) Mr
Beach Taxpayers Install Officers
E. Albert Pallot. attorney, foun-
der and first president of Miami
Beach Taxpayers Assn. has been
named toastmaster for the 10th
annual banquet of the organization
Thursday. Jan. 19. at the Deauville
hotel.
Gabriel Heater, rioted news com-
mentator, will be principal speaker.
A feature of the program will be
a presentation of a "Decade of
Service" by Miami Beach Sun pub-
lisher Parks Rusk, who will intro-
duce past presidents George Bert-
man. P. J. Davis. Dr. Kurt Peiser.
Ritter Levinson. Jack A. Abbott.
Frank Smathers. jr.."and Simon E.
Rubin.
Robert A. Peterson has been
elected president of the Miami
Beach Taxpayers' Assn. for 1961.
tucccding Simon E. Rubin.
Other officers elected were Je-
rome G. Greene. Dr. Jack A.
Greenhouse, Parks Rusk. B. Ba-
yard Strell and Henry E. Wolff,
vice presidents; Sara Dee Berko-
vitz. secretary; and Charles L.
Clements, jr.. treasurer.
Directors named were David G.
Berry. Radford Crane. Mrs. How-
ard P. CummingS, Harry Erlang-
er, William Parr, Sam A. Gold-
stein. Jack D. Gordon. Paul L. Ilex
ter. Jacob C. Lefkouitz, Arnold
Levien, Mrs Richard Merrill, God-
frey Perell. Milton Sirkin, and Mrs.
John B Wofford.
Continuing as directors are Ben
! Bronston, David Fenton. Nor-
man Ciller. Herbert Gimbel, Na-
than Gumenick, Morris Lapidus,
Abe II Mazor, Jack S. Popick, Si-
mon F Rubin, Paul D Rust, jr.,
naul Seiderman, Col. Carl R Shaw.
;nd Robert L. Turchin.
Named as trustees were Jack A.
\bbott, George J. Bertman. Mrs.
Leslie Buswell. John B Denvir. jr.,
Samuel Friedland. Dr. Leonard H.
Jaeobson. Ritter Levinson, Louis
| Michaels, Max Orovitz, E. Albert
Pallot. Dr. Kurt Peiser. Frank
Smathers Jr.. Sen. Andrew J. Sor-
loni. Mrs. Rose Weiss, and Mitchell
Wolf son
Members heard annual reports
from chairmen for the past year.
Reporting were B Bayard Strell.
elections; Jacob C. Lefkowitz. leg-
islative; Allen Goldberg, member-
ship: Ray T. Sterling, metro; Je-
rome G. Green, parks and beautifi-
cation; David G. Berry, tax and
equalization Ted Cohen, traffic and
safety; and William Farr for zon-
ing chairman Dr. Jack A Green-
house.
William M. Crockett, jr.. will con-
tinue as executive director.
passing thai Orthodox Jews must
realize there are religious com-
mandments which can onlj be ful-
filled in Israel.
"It was clear to all of os, and
especially it was emphasized by
the Prime Minister, that only a
minority of Jews were consider-
ed governed by this approach,"
Dr. Goldmann said. "It was clear
to the audience that there was no
intention on the Prime Minister's
part to ascribe godlessness to
those Jews who do not emigrate
to Israel or to Jewry outside of
Israel generally." Paintings and sculpture from the
Dr. Goldmann also bitterly de- Samuel 11. Kress Collection will
plored the attitude of American come to the CniversitJ <>f Miami
Jewish leaders who reacted with next November, 1961 following
"violent protests'' which ascribed completion of an addition t<> the
"violent protests'' which ascribed completion ol an addition t<> the
to the Prime Minister, without jus- Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery
tiiication. statements which wen in which they will be on permanent
said thai th remark made by Mi
Bel ,, irioi that i ri ligious Jev
can fulfill the whole Torah whet
residit outid< ol Israel, did not
originate with the Mad Prime
Minister, but thai he merely quo!
ed "the dicta ol out sages
Hadassah issued a statement
her* expressing surprise that the
Prime Minister's remarks had
caused such excitement and mis-
understanding. "It caused no un-
easiness or disturbance amonj
the delegations," the Hadassah
statement added. "The quotation
was a symbolic and mystic ex-
pression of the everlasting con-
nection of the Jewish people with
Israel, and was net to be taken
literally. Nor was it so taken by
the large audience which heard
it."
Before th controversy
-per. h dc\. lope iui i '
Zionist leaders at Dr. i
I ,! Mrs Ki
di g< ribed it as "restr tit
od aug i j for futuri i
., 11 .H 'i"ii m hi' h streni
he itions that the Prime .,
had been quoted out >>t ]
thus aroused the Ire
i ietj oi American Jewish
Label A Katz, presidi
B'nth paid tribute, at ..
session, to the historic r
Zionisl movement Speaki
question <>f 'he relationships
rael and Don -Israeli Je
munities, Mr. Katz remai
"the concept oi God cannot b<
fined in time and space to an) com-
munity" and that to do othi 1st
would seriously negate" the 2.000
,-ars of the Jewish heritage out-
side of Israel.
Gallery Gets New Collection
xhibition.
I'M president Jay F W Pwsob
announced that the Kresi Founda-
tion has indicated its willingness to
provide a regional collection loj
the community through the mi-
versity gallery.
Antique Sale
Held by Ladies
Tropical Chapter. American
Medical Center of Denver, held
a luncheon meeting at the Seville
hotel. Friday noon, followed by an
antique sale.
Mrs Norman Klein was reserva-
tion chairman. Mrs. Robert
Schwartz was in charge of the an-
tique sale, and Mrs. Bertram
Thorpe is president.
Funds raised go to the hospital
in Denver, a completely than
table, non-sectarian hospital.

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bvir.g the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal into the industrial
fas of Hialeah and outer irinqes of Dade county are ;!eft
light) Maurice Abelson. Max temchin. and Robert Russell.
Jirmen of the CJA Manufacturing and Transport Division.
|y are readying a vigorous drive among business associates
> wider participation in the campaign, to be climaxed with
-id-raising dinner on Jan. 24.
kabbi zvi SHU A
Insurance Execs
Launch CJA Drive
Miami insurance men will lend
their full support lo the 191 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal at a kukolf
lunchton en Wednesday neon in
Ihe VIP mom cif the Biseayne cal-
eteria, 1917 Biseayne blvd.
Chairman ot the Miami General
and Life In-uranee Division is
Harry Diamond, a CJA veteran
who has been active in nearly a
dozen campaigns.
Co-thaii iih ii nt the division are
Uenrjr Gilbert and Jack Kirsch-
baum.
"We are aiming lor a 100 per-
cent participation in this year's
campaign by all insurance men.
in Miami, said Diamond.
The' luncheon committee in
rludes Herman A. Binder, Daniel
Cravitt, Jess M. Freed. Nathan S
Glazier. Harold Cordon. .Martin F
Hornik. Tlieodue Levy. Mac C.
Marks. William li.ifkmd. Paul
Rutbfield Kred A Sandier, and
San Tia
Rabbi Zvi Spira
Is Miami Visitor
Rabbi Zvi Elimelech Spira, ex-
ecutive director of Poale Agudath
Israel in Israel, is visiting here to
acquaint Greater Miami Jewry
with the achievements of the
League of Religious Settlements
and the nine orphan homes estab-
lished under the sponsorship of the
League for 1.100 children.
Honorary chairman of the League
in the United States is Dr. Leo
Jung, of Ihe Jewish Center in New-
York City.
Rabbi Spira will be guest
speaker at Shalos Seudos on Sat-
urday, S p.m.. at Beth Tfilah Con-
gregation. He will be introduced
by Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky,
spiritual leader of Beth Tfilah.
Rabbi Spira plans to remain in
Greater Miami for two more weeks.
He is staying at the Regal hotel.
615 5th st.. Miami beach.
Rabbi Spira is one of the found-
ers ol Chever Hakibbutzim. whose
total population under the League
numbers some 7.000 persons. The
children's homes and villages are
located in Kibbutz Chafetz Chaim.
Petach Tikvah, Rishon LeZion,
Xetiva. Jerusalem. Kfar Eliahu
and Yesodot.
While in Miami. Rabbi Spira is
meeting with local lay and spiri-
tual leaders to discuss his organ-
ization's programs.
Psychologist to Speak
Theodore Jennings, psychologist
at the University Of Miami, will
discuss "How Better to Under-
stand Our Teen-Agers" for B'nai
B'rith Women of Miami at a meet
inv Tuesday evening in Beth Da-
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I
Jewish Leaders at White House Conference
By Special Report
NEW YORK The 1961 White
House Conference on Aging in
Washington, D.C., this week found
an impressive group of representa-
tive Jewish leaders from the Con-
servative, Orthodox, and Relorm
branches of religious Jewry serv-
ing in leadership capacities on the
program of the conference, it was
announced b\ Rabbi Max D. David-
son, president oi the Synagogue
Council of America
The Synagogue Council was des-
ignated by Arthur Fit mming, Sec-
retary of Ihe U s Department of
Health. Education, and Welfare, to
serve as the coordinating agency
for Jewish religious participation
:n the conference. President Eisen-
howe designated the executive di-
rector of the Synagogue Council.
Rabbi .Marc H. Tanenbaum; to
serve as the Jewish co-chairman of
the Religious Section of the Aging
Conference.
The coordination of the SCA's
constituent agencies participa-
tion in the conference and their
liaison with the U.S. Government
was implemented through the
SCA Commission on Family,
Youth, and Social Welfare, whose
Chairman is Prof. Bernard Land-
er, noted sociologist.
Dr Abn ham J. Heschel, prof -
sor ol Jewish Ethics and Mysticism
at the Jewish Theological Seminary
America delivered a principal
paper on "The Older Person With-
m The Perspective ol Judaism."
Rabbi in .Miller, of Baltimore,
vice president of the Synagogue
Council, delivered a paper on "The
Role Of Religious Institutions in
\ffecting Attitudes Toward Ihe
01d r Person."'
Miss Jane Evans, executive t i-
rcclor of the National Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods of the I i-
ion of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, was designated by the
Synagogue Council as recorder for
the religion section.
The Synagogue Council also des-
ignated Rabbi Charles Weinbei ,
of .Maiden, Mass., president of the
Rabbinical Council ol America. 3
liscussion leader of a workshop i
The Role of Religion in the Life
of the "I ler Person Rabbi -
son K. Weiss, executive vice presi-
dent of the Union oi Orthodox Jew*
i-li i ongregations ol America, -,
recorder-
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Bay Harbor group of Hadassah
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Statement of Condition
A MESSAGE FROM
THE PRESIDENT
The jrecw J960
marking our Sth y*ar
of service has
been excellent for
BISCAYNE FEDERAL
Resources
now jtr
Savings
increased
Mortgages
increased
Assets
increased
$26,222,351.89
$ 6,371,006.78
$ 5,895,263.62
$ 6,176,865.06
."IwVigb'oV $ 1,275,344.15
Two offices to serve over 22,000
active accounts. Main office DOUrHED
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:omers is more irr.poria.it than
:ne prudent investment ol their
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consistent with salety In accord-
ar.ee w.th our Federal Charter.
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munity. It is a mark ol the wisdom
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in ,;uch lirst mortqaaes since 1956
fioui the loss ol a si-gle dollar
-it 3-y time Durinq our live years
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:\e earned a", ammint sullicient
to pay over $1900 000 in B
annual dividends to BISCAYNE
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December 31, I960
ASSETS
Cash on hand, in banks
and U.S. Government
bond, ................ $ 3,148,475.82
First mortgage loans .... 21,857,827.91
Loans on savings account* 16,464.09
Stock in Federal
Horn* Loan Bank ...... 385,000 00
Biseayne Federal Building,
parkinq lots and equip-
ment.net............. 710,246.49
Other assets........... 126.337.58
TOTAL............ $26,222,351.89
LIABILITIES
Savings accounts....... $24,239,557.16
Loans in process....... 505,925.67
Advance payments by
borrowers for taxes
and insurance.......... 134,lOH.ZZ
Other liabilities.......* 7,340.69
General reserves ....... 1.275,34415
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*Jenisl fkn/Mi/r
JFK in Critical View of Our Immigration Laws
By JOHN F. KENNEDY
vetoed the Immigration and Na-
tionality Act (only to have that
The Immigration and National- xrt0 overridden*: "The idea be-
ity Act of 1952 undertook to cod-^hin(1 ,^js discriminatory-olicy
ily. th;r is. to bring together in
one place and to put in order, all
our national laws on immigration.
This was a perfectly proper and
long overdue task. However, it
was not only a housekeeping job.
as thi> description might suggest.
]n the course of the deliberation
over the act many basic deci-
sions about our immigration poli-
ty were made. The total racial
bar against the naturalisation of
Japanese. Koreans, and other
East Asians was removed, and a
minimum annual quota of 100
provided for each of these
countries. Provision was also
made to make it easier to re-unite
husbands and wives. But most Im-
portant oi all tin se was the d< ci
sit n to do nothing about the na-
tional orgins system.
The famous words ot Emma La-
zarus on the pedestal of the Sta-
tue of Liberty read: "Give me
ir tired, your poor, your hud-
i masses yearning to breathe
free." Until 1921 this was an ac-
curate picture of our society. I'n-
c er present law i! is suggi i
that Ihere should be added: "as
long .i- the) come from northern
Eur< im are not too tired or too
ghtlj ill, never stole a
i ad, nei er joined any
questionable organization, and
(, :. document then- activities for
II i past two years."
Furthermore, it is suggested
that t h e national orgins quota
system has strong overtones of
an indefensible racial preference
11 is strongly weighted toward
so-called Anglo-Saxonsa phrase
which one writer calls a term of
art'" encompassing almost anyone
from northern and western Eu-
rope. Sinclair Lewis described
v.:- hero. Martin Arrowsmith.
this way: "a typical pure-bred-
Anglo-Saxon American which
means that he was a union of Ger-
man. French. Scotch-Irish, per-
haps a little Spanish, conceivably
(t the -trains lumped together as
'Jewish.' and a great deal of Eng-
lish, which is itself a combination
of primitive Britain. Celt, Phoc
necian. Roman. German. Dane
and Swede."
Yet. however much our present
policy may be deplored it still re-
mains our national policy. As
President Truman said when he
v..,s. to put it boldly, that Ameri-
cans with English or Irish names
were better people and better ci-
tizens than Americans with Ital-
ian or Greek or Polish names. .
Such a concept is utterly unwor-
thy ol our traditions and our
ideals.''
Partly as a result of the in-
flexibilty of the national orgins
quota system, the government
has had to resort to temporary
expedients to meet emergency
situations. In addition to the 1957
Kennedy amendment to the law.
hue have been a few laws tem-
porally casing the rigid provi-
sions ; the quota .system in or-
der to meet emergency needs In
1948 Congress passed the Dis-
placed Persons Act allowing mure
than 400,000 people made home-
less by the War to come to this
ci untr; In 1953 Congn ss passed
the Refugee Relief Act to admit
hi people most ol
whom had fled from behind the
Iron Curtain. Under this Act and
under a clause ot the Immigra-
tion and Nationality Act ol 1952,
not intended for use in such situ-
ns 0 m e 30.000 Freed.nn
Fightt rs from Hungary were ad-
mitted in 1957. As a result it be-
came necessary ,(l !'"' special
lav. in 1958 to regularize the sta-
tus ol manj ol those immigrants.
Most recentlly, following
1958 earth [uakes in the Azores
which left so many Portuguese
homeless, Senator Pastore and I
found that none oi these people
could enter the United States as
quota immigrants. In addition,
those persons of Dutch orgin in
the Netherlands h o were dis-
placed from Indonesia were also
ineligible to enter the L" nited
States as quota immigrants. Both
of these needs were met by the
Pastore Kennedy Walter Act of
1958 admitting a number of them
on a non-quota basis into the
United States. Each world crisis
is met by a new exception to the
Immigration and Nationality Act
of 1952. Each exception reflects
the natural humanitarian impul-
ses ol American people, which
i- in keeping with our traditions
of shelter to the homeless and re-
lime lor the oppressed.
While none of these measures
are. of themselves, especially
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is responses to thi rei
dmis problems to which the)
a Idre.ssed, thi > all havi sreal
iact on our foreign policy.
They demonstrate that America
i> not a complelel) closi d cor] o-
l..' ion a n d that there is still a
place in America for p pie fli e-
in- from tyranny Nevertheless.
the effect ot these actions is dilu-
ted by the very fact that they are
viewed as exceptions to our na-
tional policy rather than as a
part oi that policy
Another measure oi the inade-
quacy ot the Immigration and
NaionaliK Act has been the huge
volume ot private immigration
bills introduced in Congress
These are bills to deal with indi-
vidual hardship cases for which
the general law fails to provide
In the 84th Congress 2,000 such
bills were introduced. Private
immigration lulls make up about
half ol our legislation today.
II is not hard to see why. The
tiny bishopric of Andorra in the
Pyrenees Mountains, with 8.500
Spanish speaking inhabitants, has
an American immigration quota
of 100. Spain, with 28 million peo
pie. has a quota ot only 250. A
poor European college girl was
convicted three times for putting
Israelite Center
Elects Officers
Hyman Kirsner has been elected
president oi the Israelite Center.
Other officers named at a receir
, meeting include
Sam Azrikan. Max A Parnes,
andl.ew is I'omerantz. vice presi-
dents; Max Garshag. treasurer;
Mrs. Bessie Geltner, corresponding
secretary; Ronald Katz, recording
secretary; Jacob Schiff, financial
secretary; and William Drucker
and Reuben Friedman, sergeants
at arms.
Hoard of directors includes Mor-
ris Aron, Emanuel Hurt. Mrs. Wil
liam Diskson, Nathan Ersoff, Sol
Feldman, Hyman Gorsetman, Mr-
Ben Harris. Mrs. Sol Koenigsberg
Seymour Marks. Morn, Pegalis,
Robert Richardson, and Mrs phi-
Lip Riclunan,
All Officers were elect< d lor two-
Near terms.
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Slugs in 8 pay telephone and
fifteen years later, married to an
American teacher abroad, she
was denied entrance to our conn-
try because of three separate
convictions for a crime involving
moral turpitude. Or another case
an Italian immigrant living in
Massachusetts with his small chil-
dren, could not bring his wile to
the imted States because she had
been convicted on two counts in-
volving moral turpitude Her
crimes? In 1913 and in 1839 -ne
had Stolen bundles ol sticks to
build a fire, it took an act ol I on-
gress to reunite this family
These are i xamples ol the in-
adequacies Oi the present I
They are important ol tin msi
., pi oplc's lives an
,.,l i v ihem But the) arc n r<
important for what the) n
y A in erica
y Ami rica
looks I itself
On i' land, thi rt
ment I
li
ere
ever) pi rs in wl o -> eks
\ pert i
of (I lament- OVi r im-

112 mighl
i was an
nflicl is il
k to thi
polir) I our founding I
ol a mmigratioi
nted lop all
ation. In I
i i [fen i
- libi ral bill
year-, s|
by Scnal Lebj I othi r>,
| supporU i s nt the si '
quo l i presenl Imits
i n quota immigrants annual-
ly i he l.< hman bill would hat c
admitte onl> 250.000
The basic difference of opinion
arises oves the national origins
quota syestem instead oi using
the test ni where the immigrant
was born, the Lehman bill would
have made the applicant's indi-
vidual training and qualifications
the test for admission, These in-
dividual cbarcteristics would be
Friday. January 1~, 1961
assessed in terms of America's
current needs. Immigrants would
Still be given tests u,r health, in-
telligence and morality tx
they could be admitted. Neither
Senator Lehman nor anyone else
sought the enactnunt of legisla-
tion, which wool., make I l r thi
lace of America. Obviously, nei-
ther the essential nature nor the
strength of American life would
be endangered if. 'or v tmple,
the quota for Greece, which is
now 308 immigrants per year,
were doubled, tripled, .; even
quadrupled.
The forte of this argument is
recognized by the many statutes
enacted since the war whii
ignored the established itti rn
ol favoring nor hern and i:
European immigration o\ that
ni southern and c ster
pi. amendment ol 1957 to th !
gi il ion an.l Nat nalitv
|| refeull m admitting .
\ more persi ns fro
em European c< nt
A new. enl i
,i gration nci n it pn
unlimited Immi li ition b
I : -o mu< h in migr
countrj coul I
\> hit h would be in the I
ti resi the most sei
ti cl in the pn nt ... is
it is restrictive I ut that mai I
the restricti ins an ba
false or unjust pn mise< V
oid what the Massa !
: John :' eil
i d
i ir ianiz< d cl t)
and ii ed, m the nan oi
-\ tistical Chrisi
Such a policy ) lid '
il should be t. r ii I
flexible. With -
wi could turn to the wi
clean hands and a i '' ar
i Such a poliC)
a reaffirmation ol '' \ i
l would be an cm' -mi
eemenl with Georgi M
ton that, "The bosom of A
is open to receiv* not o
opulent and respectabli
ai. but the oppressed
Secuted of all nations ar
ions, whom we shall .wcl,
a participation of all OU
and privileges il b> dece I
propriety of conduct the) t
to merit the enjoyment.'
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vJenisti r/criafifinv
Page 11-A.
Zionist Rabbis Interpret
Ben-Gurion's Talmud Quote

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:en have initiated an
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k efiort to helo Cuban
jee families on a person-
fc basis. Pictured above
Beman and his new
m friends. Berman is
f ding many of the "adop-
farr.iiies with kosher
tens and turkeys. Head-
line project is Mrs. Revy
in, civic affairs chairman
:hapter.
\hly Meeting Tuesday
:i Beach chapter of B'nai
Women will hold its regular
ing Tuesday noon at
hntainebletfu hotel
JERUSALEM (JTA) Rab-
bis from many areas of the worl i.
attending the Zionist Congress
here, held an informal symposium
this week, agreeing that the state-
nient by Prime Minister Ben-Gur-
ion, which aroused adverse crit-
icism overseas, was based on
proper anil justified" interpreta-
tions of the Talmud
However, Ihe rabbis said, it was
incorrect to state thai mo i com-
mandments (mitzvot) can be ol>-
served only in Israel, since the
precepts thai an linked with the
Holj Land are few The consensus
among the rabbis was thai Mr.
Ben-Gurion's view, ti> the effect
Lavon Showdown
!s Put Off Anew
Continued from Page 1-A
Minister in 1954 for a disastrous se-
curity mishap which forced his
resignation in 1955. Mr. Ben-Gurion
van's a indicia! inquiry into the
whole affair
These demands have stung Ma-
pai minister's who either served on
the Ministerial committee, or who
voted for the committee's report,
or both, to threaten they would
resign in protest Another issue is
the strons; objection of many min-
isters to a reversal ot the vote for
the committee report as represent-
ing a breach of the principle of
collective responsibility Of the Cab-
inet, a principle which the Prime
Minister himself has tought to sus-
tain in the past.
that a religious Jew violates the
precepts if he lives abroad, applies
only to those who have the possi-
bility of emigrating to Israel.
The New York Times carried
a cable from Jerusalem signed
by Dr. Emar.uel Neumann and
Max Bressler, leaders of the
American Zionist Organization,
expressing "m uch amazement
anc' r.ot a little chagrin" over
Ihe fact that the Times corres-
pondent in Israel "lifted out of
context" a passage from Premier
Ben-Gurion's four-hour long ad-
dress which lent "the wrong im-
pression" as if the Jews living
today outside of Israel are God-
less.
"We regrel thai the usually well
informed New York Times should
have so thoroughly misunderstood
and misconstrued the Premier's
\\ord>. which were aimed at en-
couraging young Jews from all over
the world in a spirit of American
pioneering to help in the upbuild-
ing of the young and democratic
State of Israel." the ZOA leaders
said in their cable.
"We who as the heads of the
Zionist Organization of America
delegation to the congress attend-
ed the session and heard the Pre-
miers address can bear witness
to the true burden of Mr. Ben-
Gurion's statement which, if prop-
erly understood, was intended to
bolster an idealistic pioneering
movement and not to start a theo-
logical controversy."
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vJenist FkridHan
Friday. January 13. \%

Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
JOSEPH CARFIELD: No. 23 in a Series.
In accepting the po.-* ol
Initial Gifts Division vice
chairman. Joseph Oarfield
this week took one of the
top responsibilities of the
1961 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Long active in the Trade
and Community phase.- i
the campaign. C.urfield has,
time after time, demonstra-
ted leadership qualities
which have earned for him
the respect and admiration
ol Dade county's Jewish citi-
zenry.
In 1958. he was chairman ol
Initial (lifts for the City of
Coral Gables, where he re-
sides, and in his efficient, af-
fable way chalked up an im-
pressive record in the CIA
campaign
Garfield can look back on
some 15 years ol service with
Fe leration, and calls CJA
"the most important humani-
tarian work I know."'
Among his many interests,
he is intensely concerned
with the well-rounded indi-
vidual of today and serves
on Temple Israels adult edu-
cation committee, and other
local educational commit-
tees.
In the business world, Gar-
field takes a dynamic part
among trade groups. He has
been president of both the
Gas Institute of Greater Mi-
ami and the Florida Lique-
fied Gas Assn. He is director
Orthodox Cong. On Normandy Isle
Rabbi Phineai Aaron Weberman
j is spiritual leader of the newly-
! established Ohev Shalom Congre-
gation at 911 Normandy dr.. Nor-
mandy Isle.
The Orthodox rabbi was educated
in Brooklyn. NY. at Yeshiva Tor-
ah Vodaath and Yeshiva Ncscvo-
Olum. Prior to his arrival here.
Rabbi Weherman held the pulpit
of Congregation Anshe Stard in Ar-
verne, N.Y
Rabbi Weberman is a schochet
JOStPH GARHZLD
of Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal
The community has always
found him ready to serve
and to lead his friends in
welfare programs in behalf
of Jewry.
His latest project is more
specific: he's hard at work
for CIA's leadership dinner
on Jan. 22. He knows what
leadership means.
'Welcome Back1
At Beth Tfilah
Annual 'welcome-hack" supper
for members will be held at Beth
Tfilah Congregation, 935 Euclid
ave., on Sunday evening. Jan. 22.
The supper will also greet Rabbi
Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual leader
of the congregation, on his return
to the pulpit following a lengthy
illness.
Mrs Rachel Katz, president of
the Sisterhood, said that the com-
mittee in charge of arrangements
includes Mesdamc- Dora Cohen.
Bertha Falk. Rose Kratish, Mil-
dred Littenberg, and Yetta Trask.
Proceeds will be used for the
purchase of a new Sefer Torah at
Beth Tfilah.
and iMbob and has a wide repu-
tation as a Baal Tefilah. He is
married to the former Gladys
Green, of Brooklyn, and the cou-
ple have six children.
His maternal grandfather was the
late Samuel I. Horowitz, ot Neu
York one of the founders of the
Horowitz-Margaretten kosher food
firm
Board of directors of Ohei s i
lorn Congregation includes Sara
uel landau, provisional pres
Louis Sklar, Morris Schlosberj
Henry Rissman, Ralph H i
Murray Rosenberg. Elisha Ce
. Mitchell Reiner. ij an Sand}
Kushner. and Louis Makovskj
Activities ol the congi
include regular morning and e-
ning services, adull educa
courses in Talmud and Bible
a religious school for children
Ohev Shalom will launch :
membership drive in the neat- i -
lure.
Goodwill Group Party
Goodwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami will hold a luncheon and card
party on Thursday noon. Jan. 19.
at Beth El Congregation. 500 SW
17th ave.
Alec Gibson Due
At Beth Torah
Ale< Gil vision
personality, will i : tttfe
about his career when he m
with the Town an I Country
bers Sunday night ..t Beth l
Congregation.
The organization is open to sin-
gle Jewish men and womei
Refreshments and dancing will
be included in the evening's enter
tainment and new members are
invited
lajj
JFCS Official Attends Confab
Seymour Siegel. vice chairman
ol the South Florida chapter. Na-
tional Assn. of Social Workers, is
a'tending the White House Confer-
once on Aging this week in Wash-
ington. DC.
RABBI ZVI
ELIMELECH SPIRA
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE
ORPHAN HOMES OF POALE
AGUDATH ISRAEL
IN ISRAEL
will speak Saturday,
Jan. 14th at 5 p.m.
(at Shalos Seudosl
at Beth Tfilah Cong.
935 Euclid Ave., MB
ON
"THE YOUTH OF ISRAEL-
THEIR FUTURE"
Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky Spiritual
leader of Be'h Tfilah. will introduce
the Guest Speaker. Public is welcome.
Siesel is one of the five delegates
selected trom throughout the coun-
try by the Association to represent
the social profession at the con-
ference.
Siegel is supervisor of the De-
partment of Services for Older
People at Jewish Family and Child-
ren's Service
Cromer Unveiling
The dedication o/ a inmiumritt
10 tlif memory of file Idle
ESTELLE C. CROMER
will ralje pluie
Sunday, Jan. 15th at 11:45 a.m.
at Ml \ebe Cemetery uiili
Kjfibi je-verb K. \drot officiating
Mi- Cromer i- survived by a ron,
Maurice Cromer; two daughter*,
Mr*. Don- Wigderron and Mr*,
Florence Woll
Friend* and relatives art
limited lo uii<
For the many, many hundreds of personal
letters and messages in the hour of their
bereavement
MRS. FANNIE MINDLIN
and
LEO MINDLIN
offer their thanks and heartfelt gratitude.
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ALES OF MORALS
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By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER
Beth Kodesh, So. Miami Heights
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than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.

ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ve.
Conservative. Maxwell Superman,
president.
RABBI HAROLD HICHUR
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A glance at the American Jew-
ish scene readilv reveals visible
signs ci .. revival oi Jewish life.
The increase in number and sizes
of synagogues the increase in en- f~ "'""'""'____.____ '
rollment in Jewish schools, the ___ beth davih mm cw ,* ,.. <>>
increased devotion of our people to
' '! 1 ius s, and the prodigious
icatioi ; Jewish in-
terest, all 10 .! renai
in our midst.
- a glance at the weeklj
lion n ..;. sharpen our
5t wei k's read ng con-
1 cl with Most -' : ng disgrun
tied at hi pparent fail ire to con-
nee 1 h to send the Hebrew
laves u! Egypt. In this week's
pi rtion, we read that as Moses
turn.- to God. he is told. "I am the
Lord. I appeared unto Abraham.
Isaac and Jacob as God Almigh-
ty, but My Name, the Lord, I did
not make known to them." He then
says with a spirit of determina-
tion, "I will extricate you. .1 will deliver you. .1 will redeem you.
will bring you unto the Promised Land."
As we read this paragraph, we wonder why God revealed a differ-
ent Name to the Patriarchs and a different Name to Moses. But a care-
ful perusal brings us the answer: Moses perceives God as the God of
Redemption. The Patriarchs, who never experienced a like redemption,
had different concepts of God.
We may now understand why the Jewish people were first given the
Torah at Sinai, alter the redemption irom Egypt, and not in the times
; of the Patriarchs: in order for a people to accept the word of God, they
I must first see the hand of God. The people who received the Law, which
was to transform human personality, had to be impressed that change
was possible. They who saw that history is not static and that Divine : honor Men's Hub; Einanucl Newman"
forces operate within history and bring about drastic changes, could SST!l^Vm^5lJ^?"j^,i!K
appreciate that the Divine forces within men could bring about a new
type of ethical individual.
In our own day history has repeated itself. When the Jewish home-
I land was reestablished in 1948, the Jew again beheld the power of re-
demption. Many who had lost faith, now found some of that faith re- i congregation etz chaim. 4oe
, turning. And for those w ho behold redemption, the trek to Sinai is a 16th rthodt"<^____
short one. i coral way jewish center.
One of the reasons for our survival is that we never forget our mo- '55 sw istn st.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
t j **.!_ j ..... ue' April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
ments 01 redemption. They are deeply embedded in our minds and Frlda> 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Let us
I hearts. Not only on Passover do we remember the Exodus but whenever [Worship Together." Special service It.
I we lift the Jewish Prayerbook we are confronted with the idea of re- '
j demption. and we are taught that just as redemption was a reality in
the past so can i; become a reality for the future.
The remembrance of our first redemption preserved our people Iw,ln Kiddush In his hon
i for more than 3.000 years. Will not this modern miracle of redemption '"" 8eudo"' ____#____
continue to preserve us and revive us? oade heights center 1401 nw
183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Zucker Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday v:;i> p.m. Sermon: "The Silver
Tongue." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon
I.. 1 My People > ;.i Bi r Mitsvnh
Mark, son of Mr. ami .Mrs. Irving
GEMS OF WISDOM
i*e 1"
BETH DAVID. 24:5 SW >d ave. Con-
servative Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Hinbi Solomcr Schiff.
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8ETH EMETK. I8CV JW 2nd ave.
Conservative Rab: ."David W. Her-
on. Cantor HymAn Fein
I' S:1.1 |im Si rn nn Th< Super-
Ktitlinin .....I Supi rstli Ion s.i
Sermoi W 1 u\\ 1
Si mi. in of. B< Hi i:iiu iii 11. in \'. ., hi...1
Will rnNiin. 1 >. \ lees.
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5ETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
KYIriaj l". p.m. Saturdaj S '< h mi.
Sermon: "The Alms ol Ben-Ourlon."
BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. RackovsKy
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BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "ManGod'*
("nflnished Symphony." Services will
of Mr. aiid Mrs. Milton Rosa; Theod-ire,
son of .Mr. and Mis. David Kloth.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
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In .lie future ..'.' wcri/ices and
prayer] toill be abolished except
thai i'I Than^.sgn ng.
I I VIT1CI R.ABBA
ve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor Davlo Conviser.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Israel and
the A-Bomb. Saturday l":l". a.m Bar
Mltsvah: Kenneth, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Julius B. Shapiro,
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Shel-
don Edwards. Cantor Seymour
Hinkes.
Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Harry Law-
rence will officiate .ii Baa Mttsvah of
Ann. dauvhtcr of Mi.....il Mn Arm in
I'orites. Saturday 8:3d a.m.
Invited to iioine nf Mi. ami Mi- Sey-
mour Goldstein, Sisterhood president.
Saturdas : a.m. Bar Mltavah: Charles,
Ron of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rothman,
p.m. Kha-
cAmow Uoitr FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Brnstein.
i*iii.i\ .".: 1 r, and vi'. p.m s. mi. n Be
yourself." 1 'in Shabbai hosts Ui
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birthday. Sal in da) v 30
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1DIUIGHTIHG TIM
Tebet 5:35 p.m.
ssVMsaaBjBjBjBsaji.......BjajBajsjsji
of King Solomon's throne?
We do. We read in the tenth chap- -
ter of the first book of Kings (Ver-
ses 18-201 that "the king made a
great throne of ivory, and overlaid
it with gold. The throne had six
steps. .and there were stays on
either side and two lions stood
beside the stays. .and twelve
1 sculptured) lions stood on each
of the six steps nn either side.""
The scripture adds "And there >
was not the like made in any king- I
doni."
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ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Assn.
Rabbi David Hcrson
Coordinator
CONTRIBUTORS
Rabbi David Herson
Tuits of Moral
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Know Tour Heritage
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Gems of Wisdom
Mr. M......
a.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Frldaj 3:30 and 8:13 p.m Sermon:
The wish i.'f' 1 Sh
hi'-i- Mr and Mi Mil ha I Ma
honor "f aimi\ fi -.1 )
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid.
Cantor Abraham Seit.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can.
tor Ben Grofsberg.
Saturda j a.m Ral ahnii
: 1. -1.. 1 u Mlta-
vah ol Sldni \. '1 .1 nd a: -
Morrln \l Sikol
What is the essence of the story of
the book of Job?
The story ol Biblical Job is the
story ot the anguish <>! a man who
cries out against fate and against B.C.E. to 200 C.E. The author ol V',' ,!., |
God. He is perplex*d by the pro- particular maxim is the fam-
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 64J8 SW 8tr
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
I- ids) 8:15 ] m .-' rn 1 Import
f 1 leii n: Ing Saturda) v 30 h r:...
Mltrv ih: Imvld, sun ol Mi .....
blem of the suffering of the good
ous Rabbi Hillel.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320
NE 171st St. Rabbi Jonan Cacian.
and the prosperity of the wicked. I R | p^fo.*? RnL^Tno^:
Job himself, according to the Where in the Bible is the allegory \i ml Mrs Harold illnsl us.
was God-fearing and pros- v>n .f Dr. Rn? of birth of daunliter. Sal
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrm.in. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
Frldaj v 30 p.m. Raturdai '.* a m, Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion." Bai Mltavah
Michael, -......1 Mi and Mra Louis E.
Lubin.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NF. 19th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Frldaj 8:13 p.m. Sermon; "Ben-Gui on
anil A nit 1 Ics n .I-\k r> ."
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TEMPLE JUDt. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb,
iriiiay s 13 (, m Sermon: "Masic and
Superstition Among Jews." Candle
hlesslns and Kiddush bj Mr. and Mrs
mils Robins In honor of Bar Mltavah
"i son, : '"a .-'.it in das 10:30 0 in,

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frldn> S 1'. p.m Saturda) 8:43 a.m
Sermon: "Weeklj I'ortlon." Bar Mlts-
vah: Glen, -!! of Mrs. Irene Clurne)
Ste'..... -11 Mi and Mrs. Bernard
Bull)
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
hrldn) v IS p.m Sermon "What Ptlee
l--' eed Sal 11 : > 8:13 a m 8< 1
nn.11. Wei kl) Port 1 11
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE l&th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
P IiIh) 13 p.n I- n: i, annlversar) "i'
servanci Torah blessings, I '1. Alvin
1. i\ ting Mrs. Her
man (Helen 1 !: .1.-.. In rmon, t'arl
Upton TempU Slna Will Us Fu
ture Jusi l> Ii-- Past?" Saturda) 11
a hi.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flammqo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Fi Ula) 1 p.m Scin n timini
an KdUi teil Hear) Clear Vis
Ion "Mi? 1 :. 1 ii n >ii host 'Mr a
Shabl a S)l a da) 9 m Sei mun;
Wevkl) Portlol
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz.
Fi iiia v s.13 p m hern 11 'Religion
and .- i"i .1 in.
- m n Weel on,"
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
o* the Vallsv of Orv Rones' Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
ot rne valley or ury Bonesf ___m___ man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
What lesson does it aim to temple oeth at/. -;95o n. Kendall Frlda^y :o p.m Sei "Appeal
dr.. S Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert jncei Saturda) 8:30 a m. Bar
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Mltavah; Harold, son of Mr. ami Mis.
i 'a \ i.l 1 ". ;: .-v
teach?
I will continue to hope in Him."
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drew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Voll-
meller.
story.
perous. His faith, on the urgency
of Satan, was tested by God. His
sufferings included sickness, death y0l, wnj find it in Ezek.. chap. i'ri in the family, and loss of his for- 37, verses 1 to 14. It is a lesson of hlfso m.** teis^ae^S^
tunes. A most often quoted utter- J a situation when Jewish life was at *lng; with the choir. Bar MIt*vah: n-
tnce of Job is "even If He slay me, J ita very end, yet life came forth.
Ezekiel, according to his vision
or dream, found himself in t h e
What is the sswrce of the epigram midst of the valley which was full
"if not now, when?" | 0f bones. Despondent, he heard
You will find it in Pirke Aboth God^s voice saying "Behold, I will
(the Ethics oi the Fathers) chap-' cause breath to enter into you. and
ter one. verse fourteen It is the you shall live."' Breath did come
collection of maxims, parables and upon them and they lived. God
comments of a galaxy of rabbis then said to Ezekiel '"These bonesjbath.
who lived during the period of 300 are the whole house of Israel." temple beth'sholom. 4144 Cha
TEMPLE BETH EL
WOOD. 1351 S. 14
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
OF
ave.
HOLLY.
Reform
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe st Conservative
Rabhi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernes'
Schreiber.
Fi iiiav s p.m. Bin \iii.... !i i Una.
daughter of Mr and Mis Saul W.i. Mi-
ll i- Satui da) v p in Si .. Sab-
ERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
KVIda) io u :u Sermon: "Judaism is
More than Jusi n Ri lig-lnn Mrs P
Qua rWo ill di i the choir. I ineg
shabhnl uill be hosted b) th< Sister-
hood. Saturda) 9 a.m, Sermon: "God's
People."
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger.
Flida) 8:13 p.m Sermon Judaism
arid t*| a la the 1 iebtoi "'
Satin 11.
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.


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fjknist fturkHaun
Friday, January 13 iggi
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
1 The Old Fashioned Stereoscope Breathed No Life
FAMILY! By Fannie Hurst. 266 pp. New York: Double-
day & Company. $3.95.
ike the old stereoscopic pictures which made a Sun-
day afternoon's recreation. Fannie Hurst's new novel
; the illusion ol depth, but not the breath of life. As the
exclaims, the b ok Is about a family, the three Sprague
brother-, their wives, children and in-laws. There is rich
Charley, with his knack for making money and his two
ip offspring: there is John Henry who married a
Jewish pianist who never feels quite peaceful about it: there
I, a plodder, and his dull-as-dishwater, salt-of-the-earth
family.
The storj from house to house, opening the
i rs on the separate problen ol each set ol occupants,
until a kind ol cohesion is effected by an outsider name I
Virgie. Virgie is a blowsy, overpainted, frank, vul
woman from the wrong side of town, a demimonde ol ti
nished past but sterling-and-gold heart. Virgie is Mother
Earth, with flowers on her hat; she warm- men at her
ample bo.-om.
The saga of middle-class America with its petty trage-
dies and triumphs seems well worn by now: even its th(
on the value ol down-to-Earth goodness the common
touch has been overworked. If the illusion of depth is
sometimes sustained, it is due to the cliches ol the cha
ters: we have met them so often in a hundred othi
that we already know all about them. Familiarity should,
by this time, breed variation; Miss Hurst, prolific author
B ck Street" and imitation ol Life" and myrii otht i
United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
United Nations Tackles Anti-Semitism Again
United Nations i
QACIAL AND RELIGIOUS bias,
* ini luding anti-Semitism in all j
- forms, takes the top ol" the
.United Nations agenda this month!
On Jan. l(iexactly .1 year since
ate 11 nti-Semitic manifesta
ns thai horrified the world ini
the closing days of 1959 and the
early week- I960bias came here again to the
:'. r< front.
It : ain that many people throughout the
world may prefer to forget what happened a year
following the 19.59 Christmas Eve desecrations
,: synagogue and a memorial to victims ol Na-
zism in (( i igne. To Jew- the memories of those days
still freshand must remain vivid as reminders
(I what could happen. Fortunately, the United Na-
i forgotten. On Jan 10. the UN's small.
tudi ugh anti-bias unit convened for its
ihi e-week session.
- year's anti-bias session is the 13th in an
i : meetings by a group with t li* long
till* ommission on Prevention ol Discrimi-
Overseas Newsletter: By ILIAHU SALPETER
Second Atom Reactor
w
Jerusalem
JHEN ONE OF the local evening pa-
pers, on a Friday afternoon, pub-
ed the content- of an article in the
London "Daily Express" about Israel
approaching the ability to manufacture
nuclear weapon-, nobody in Israel took
the matter too seriously. Forecasts in
this spirit have been published from
li time ir. various magazines in which Israel was liste '
amor.'- 'he small nations thai might soon have their own
i rael officials, obviously, hoped that this
story, liki thi other- before it. would die by itself.
However, instead ol dying, the story became very
much alive and articles on the subject began to appeal
in various Western capitals. There was -till no official
menl trom the Israel Governmentexcept denials ol
rts that the Israel Ambassador in Washington had
led in to lh< Stati D partment and asked to ex
lh< 5t< Only after the chairman of the United
States mic Energy Commission stated publicly thai
I beei quei :< d on fhe -object did the Israel Atom-
ergy ion publish a statement to the effect
nuclear i in this country was for peaceful
nly.
natural I
d m the i
fi r (he pi
i
i 'i m mission I nenl i
1 1952. H ei
ed in this fii until
Mom for P< c< < "onfen
had devi loped a proci -- for the
i the
k< I out a method for the enrich-
r by a pro< ess thai does nol n quire
r During the same Conference,
its intention to build, within four years,
or.
It is the discovery of a cheaper method
to manufi heavy water was the significant asset
which enabled Israel to sign atomic research cooperation
agr- several countries.
I lo-ed that Israel signed an a
with Franc eavj vater production as far back
a- 1953 and this bilat< reemenl was extended to in-
clude Briti d to cover also the mutual exploitation oi
.Mutual assistance m the atomic field
eved also with Norway and two years ago Pro-
nn, chairman of the I.A.E. Commission.
hoped to operate an atomic power
plan:, through her close cooperation with Not 1965.
nation of Minorities, a unit of the IN Commission
Human Rights. When the subcommission me* in
January. I960, the swastikas were -till fresh in their
lurid paint on the wall- of synagogues and other
Jewish institutions around the world. "Jude Ran-"
in its original German Nazi formscreamed from
the walls of desecrated 8] nagogues.
Jewish cemeteries had been desecrated Threat-
ening Utter- and proclamations against Jews iven
Still being received in the anonymous minis or
mped on the desks and thrcshholds ol rabbis,
other Jewish leaders. Jewi_-h-ovn.il -hop- and
here and thereeven against Christians friendly to
Jew-.
The United Nation- anti-bias unil took note ol
utbursts. It did more than that 11 adopted
resolutions which not only expressed the world's
severest condemnations, but also called for and
launched studies in depth in an effort tract basic
.. .
Now this same unit has mai torts
before it. Jewish organizations have been among
" : rsl to respond to the UN's call for scholarly,
- atistically accurate and sociologically pi cepl
evaluations ol what happened and whatthis beii
eten more basichad caused th< ces
ports are before the subcommission now from
a number ol organizations including the B'nai B'rith.
the Board of Deputies oi British Jews, the South
ican Board oi Jewish Deputies, the American
ish I mmittee, the Anglo-Jewish Association,
Alliance Israelite Universelle, the World Jewish l
ess and the World Union for Progressive Judaism.
Many world bodies of non-Jewish character a
have filed their own reports.
Bu- the 1939-1960 plague of anti-Semitism mani-
festations does nol constitute the sole object ol -lu
i by the subcommission. On the agenda are these
items:
A draft report oi a -'u > on discrimination in
the matter ol political rights,
A progress report, by Jose I) Ingles, of the Phil-
ippines, on "a study ol discrimination in respect of
the njjht of everyone to leave any country, including
own and to return to hi- country." While the
anti-bias unit has very strict rule- forbidding the
naming of any specific country that violates such
ritlit- the perceptive will recognize at once that the
Soviet Union, with its rules forbidding the emigra
tion of Jev -, i- one ot the prime targets in this study.
\ report by the' United Nation- Educational
Scientific and Cultural organization on discrimina-
tion in education.
Further discussion ol a report introduced hist
r <>n discrimination in the matter of religious
practices.
Between You and Me:
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work- about little people, should know that b<
one by n *
THE MOST OF EVERYTHING. Bv Harold Mehlir-. yt]
op. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Companv 53.7;
The nook presents the "story of Miami Bi
Harold Mehling, who is not a resident. As In t<
books on the city, the vie* is mostly Jaundiced, wi
lie ol great asperity, without the sole virtue
them, which was to be amusing as well ..- critit
nabli number of winds are apen| en the
architecture and the hotel business, of coarse. Thi
has taken pain- to cite the least savors itfM cts of tl
without .. comparable glance at its achieven enti
it i- the lm n -hops which g iii i
there are pages on bookies and gamblers. His _
praise as for the city programs tor the aged, i-
-upert.ci.il
Hi- tongue-in-cheek treatment of the Beach ei
menl columnist and ol another piece of printed
(whi nol even happen to be a Beach public.
,i redeeming feature. So would have been Mr v
courage in writing of the "Jewiahneas" oi Miami B<
but the chapter is done with as little taste .,- -he |
If. Strangely enough, when Mr. Mehling move-
from the tourist area ii is the non-Jewish communit;
- interest; presumably, the Jewish resid
gage in act it ities too normal t<> mention. Perhaps w<
eful, at that.
The author cries the problem- ol Miami B<.
-;.-r. Ij Obviously, he has little affectii i for I
to my mind, this disqualifies him trom ju
More important, I do believe lhal if a man .- going i -ay
-in! things about a who!*- municipality, he o
least io say them wittily, with an eye t< j
as kei pif:.. Mehling re.
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By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Makeup of the Cabinet
TWO jews IN the Cabinet
koved! More, when a man with tbc
name ol Goldberg can be ai |
thi I abinet and, instead of mockt i
- thi re i- genera] a a i eal i ausi for satisfai I on.
I i i long with oi ly om
he Cabinet. And even without
auldn'i li se any sleep I us<
troubled with insomnia, but the doctor said il had
d< vith Jews in the Cabinet But when a man with tlK
na:m ol Goldberg i- selected, 1 feel the country i- 'o be
at dated. It -how- the country is growing, r
it-ill of it- infantilism.
Mr Kennedy named Mr. doldberg because
OOd man for the post, not because he l- a
Thai the way il should be We don't want anj I
W< ju-: want to be taken like anybody else, like Pi
terians, High or Low Episcopalians, Hard or s
ptists, Methodists, Moravians or Zen Buddhist' *
feel that, just because a man is named HickenlO
i- nol necessarily to be' preferred to one named G
That all
When the Nazis invaded France, the French
Minister turned to th- Jew, Mandril, who was
as "the man oi iron in the Cabinet and .-aid, "' I Mat
dell, you are the one to save France "
Man ell replied, I could, if m> name were D
Sue h situations should not be'
Historian.- tell us that Jefferson, when :'
I a Philadelphia Jewish lawyt i
Levy, to the posl ol Attorney General, bul ei
was dissuaded by Gallatin.
In the Southern Confederacy, a Jew. Judah I
.iannn. held three Cabinet posts successively First. J*
n Davis Had.- him Attorney General, but then
I abinet officer to do at the I i
mad< Bi an Set n tary ol War,
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lulORE OLD PEOPLE in thi- countrj
thi j om more w
stility to Jews This
has b ishe I by i pinion surveys
used neasure the re l.run- between
utterance- and such factors
ducation, economic status and age
se sun ej have Iso established the
'hat the more education people .
have, andup to a certain pointthe more money they
make-, -he less they express anti-Semitism. The American
ish Committee has now issued a report based on exam-
ination of these correlations.
The examination shows that education is the common
tor: poor-r pePie. older people and women frequently
less .due :,te;l than richer people, voungcr people and
men However, the AJC finds it difficult to explain why
Jewish prejudice apparently decreases in this country
education increases, it points out that in Germany oi
Kaisen the contary was the faet-the educated ele-
ments were the more anti-Semitic.
\ rpc ly iq this country eame to thi i
1 it is n educai on tse If thai accounts foi
": pr< but a combination ol
comn ng people who prize education. Also pen)
nal contact seems to mak< .. difference, accordin
studs The interviewers asked people whether tl
ny kind ol ..--. ciation with Jews, such aroi
gether, mil socially or living in the same neigh*
hood.
Those with some such associations seemed less a*
Semitic than those without it childhood friendships
particular seemed important. The American Jewi
mittee feels, however, that it may well be possible W
it is not association with Jew- that reduces prejudice, *
rather the absence ot prejudice- that indue- .....
I ratl the \.IC report confirms that education P
OCiation are the two factors which go with less -'!l
Semitism, especially among middle cla.-s Americans
The AJC does not undertake to say which of lh<
is more important, but promises to go into more r< -< <"
on this subject.
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LEGAL NOTICE
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IMTHh CIRCu V COURT OF THE
11th JLDC:. CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAD- 'NTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
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INTMECIRC'JT COURT OF THE
11U JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
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IN CHANCERY
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I'leading ': l .1 Complaint ..n
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NOTICE LNDcH FICT.T.OUS
NAME LAW
NoTli r. is ii :i:':r.Y .;ivi:n -i .,:
till Ulnlc.-I-L i i i iiil; I.. mi;.IV in
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NOT.CE UNDER
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NOTICE is ''. tti:i-.v i;ivkx tli.it
the andc i-im..-1 .1,-iiIiik to engage In
business in.I.-: ... i mi.mi~ name ..!
FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTER al ISM
S.W. Sth St.. Mi-.mi intends t.. reglstel
aid nan:- \wt; l.i k ,.i th. i "n
cult Court ..: I i, i'..iiiii\, Fl.oida.
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' NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTH'K IS 111 :ttl-. I: V HlVEN thai
the undei--inn- i .le iriug to engage In
business under : lie fictitious name ..i
HALLMARK I'K -. 'RAToRS at 1 ::<
N.W. 183rd S- Miami inlendl t.. reg-
ister said nan .- u ih the Clerk nf the
Cln-uit c ii i I'i.! County. Klori.lu.
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NOTICK IS i -::111:V HIVKN that
the under- -nil v to eii;_iii In
Imsinew unde. the fictitious name ul
iMitiBT k.nt i:isks in ::.-.- Mrd
Street, Miami I:. i h int.iul t.. reg-
Ister Mid naiiu- .- 'li the Clerk of the
Circuit Com I of I'.nle Cuiitv, Florida
|R\ INi BAIBR
l S-13-30-S"
Mvm
BY HENRY LEONARD
"Rabbi, since you're speaking to some college
students tonight, may I suggest you wear your
ivy league yarmalke."
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O^ THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. \ AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 11023
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY a [YEN
the iiii.i.-'-ii:ii...i. desiring to
bUKinera undei the fictitious name
SOl'THEKN RII.T CONSTRrCTI
hi :* S K. Miami ['lace, M
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LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. OK 12268
K8TELLE NAMKi:,
Plaintiff.
yr.
VICTOR NAM IK
Defendant
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: V1CTU n \Mi-:i:
Polyollni.- I'.-I i :i admit.- M..I1..1I
8chool. I'nli <-:iiiii- llos|iital.
M5 *JVest .".Oili Street
New York. New York
Tou VI'"Tl>K NAMKIt, are herebv
notified-that i l:ll "I Complaint for
Olroruo has l,eer, filed aitainst you.
niWI you are required t" serve a cop;,
or yoaf An-er .. IM.sidinK to the Mill
of Cowplalm "'I 'li- plaintiff's Att..r
nFa OXI-I'M.\S .< .;ol.T>STKIN. L'HO".
W'aat tnanl.-r S-.--.-t. Miami. Klorid.i
and flit the original Answer or Plead-
ina In th. ott..-.- of the Clerk of Ih.
Circuit <".iuit li.f'.re the '.'llh
day ofUanuiirt, 1961, If you fall t"
do ao, Judmiie >' lo ilefjuilt will I-
liken aaa:n~' im the relief d.--
maadad in th.- r. 1 of Complaint.
Tku n.. 1. -'ul, be published once
icfc woek I'.. inaecutlva week*
in THB .11-:v\ 1.-'! i- 1.' 'Ul! 'I \N
DONE AM' 'I'.l I: II I-: 1 at Miam
llnrlda, this J.tii la> of Pii-embel
a D. isao
B I.KA i'I'I'IUM \N". Cierk.
Circuit 1 I'M- Conniv. Florida
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iIOUBMAN A OOI.I 'MTKIN
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MUual, m. 1
Attorneys for I'm
IS t|.S0,l/-13
IN T-IE CiRCL'T COURT Oc THE
11TH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT. \ B.N0
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHASCERV
No. 60C 6-S95
In 1:.
WANDA 1 rZKTTE W01
11 Mil
B> .h'SI-.l'li I.KK l'A\'Is
IDA 1 ::.-"' DAVIS,
Petition' -
NOT.CE TO APPEAR
n 1 BRNEHT BAKER
. Vddreaa I 'nknoM n)
V..U ai h.iel, 1.,..,: led 'I '' 1 -
no .01 file :\ the office of the Cleric
01 the aboi named Comt pe, 1 n -.
JOSEPH l.i:i-: DAVIS an.I II'A DOR-
SETT DAVIS to adopt WANDA
I.IZETTK \Mh i|'
Vi.u ir.- further notified that the
said petition has been set t>> the Court
fer hearing at !:.". a.m. on the Slat da>
of January, 1941, at the Bade count*
1 ,.111 tin.use in the City of Miami. Flor-
ida, and that, unle-s \on appear at
raid time and place and make ob-
lectloti thereto, decree of adoption may
i.e nranted .- praj I'i'.ii tins ISth da> of December,
1980
1 B LEATHERMAN
1 'lerk of 1 'Ircult Court
i'i B> K M LYM AN.
Deputy Clerk
12 tt-30, 1 8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, tleslrlng to ensage ii
ii r the fidi;-. >ii nan -.
."IKil-.SV DRIVEAWAY al Had.
1 tends ...... naid 11.1 me
i. if the Cln iii 1 -..in i
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NEItRIK INC
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW-
N K l.~ IIKRi:ii> (ilVE.N
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ill i- ill i.. entered ...
li II LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of 1 he Circuit
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Deputj .
________________________l- 1 '. '
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIi'R IS HEREKY OIVEN that
tin- undersig.....I. desiring to .-i,^.,t. in
busineas under the fi.tiii..... uumi ..1-
MKI'ICAl. i'KKI'IT RESEARCH III'-
REAl' ai vi Fisherman, Opa-I ka in-
tends i" register mid mime with the
clerk ..1 the Circuit Couri Bade
Count) IT.,1 Ida
.III.IIS WIENER
s.de i twner
AI.VIX S CAWN
A11..1 n. \ lor Applicant
tine Lincoln Road
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CHVEN
the un.1. rshtned, desiring to 1
business under the rirtitiou* nan
BONNIE I' V APARTMENTS al
West Awnue, Miami Beach Inten
reglatei -.1 id name Ith the 'lei
the 'in nit Court of Dade 1
Florida
HARRY LANDSMAN
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1 REDRIC : iSENTH M.
Ri 'BERT B RICHARI s >N
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1 K-13-2-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 51434-B
In RE: E-tate ..:
A I 'Ol.I'll hltiED
1 '.-i-eajied.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci-.-.lit.irs and All Person* Hav-
ing claims ..r Demands Against said
Esl ,te
Yon are hereb) notified and required
in |.resent an) claims and demands
which you may hue against the --
tala of ADOLPH FRIED deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file the
same in their offices in the Count)
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within elht calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof, or
the same will he barred
JEANNE C. FRlKD. Administratrix
MII.LF.R. GOODHART & Rl SSKI.L
Attorneys
"ii Langfqrd Building
Miami ::2. Kl-rda
12 18-30, 1/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE
11th JUDIC AL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCi'RV
N0.6IC 67
ALICE 1: RIETZFELD,
Plaintiff,
\ s
PAUL RIETZFELD.
I 'eleridant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: I-A I I. RIKTZH.'I.H
IISS Manor Avem
Bronx '-. Sew York
You. PAIL RIETBFELD. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint f..r
iDvorc- has been filed against you.
and v..11 are required to serve g copy of
>..nr Answer or Pleadings t.. the BUI
of Complain) on the plaintiff** attor-
ney, Von Zamft and Kravita, isis Mi 1
ropolltan Hank Building, Miami :vj.
Florida, and file the original Answer or
Pleadings In the office of the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
Ith da) of February, 1961 If you fall
t.. do .-... Judgment b) default will b<
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Rill nf Complaint.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this tth day of January. i!'i
1: B LEATHERMAN
clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County court House
Miami, Florida
is. all B) : K M I.V.MAN,
Deput) Clerk
Tins notice shall i.e published once
each week for four .oi-oi ri,, weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
1 g-13-X0-2i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA
IN CHANCERY
No. 60C12149
VINCENT P. PROBST.
1 la in tiff,
vs
BARBARA ANN PROBST.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: BARBARA ANN PROBST
8 Tylee Avenue
Worcester, Mass.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Annulment or Alter-
native Relief has been filed against
you. and you are hereby required to
serve, a copy of your Answer to said
Bill of Complaint 03 plaintiff's attor-
Itej and file the original Answer in
the Office .f the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or tiefore the Mrd day A
January, IM1: otherwise, the allega-
tlons of the said Mill of Complaint a 111
'.. t.ik-n as confessed against you
Dated this l'.th day of Ivcemser.
1M0.
K B LBATHERMAN
' "'r.nli 1 -,'-i
' By: R H rick. .11: .
Deput) C|e-k
TAI.IAN. FF .v WALLER
\ .-.-> f. Plaintiff
IS Line do Road
Miami Beach, tiorida
12 tj.80, 1 '6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C-RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT'/. IN CHANCERY.
No 60C1S85
'I: \CK Rl'TKi 18KY,
i
. -
i: I' l:l K. 'SKY
.nt
SLIT FOR DIVORCE
T< ......K) iSKY
11 S :
.1 n Heights. N -
Yo RTK rKoSK'
h nol fled thai Bill 1 Con
I <\\ 1 irct> heel I
red to servi
k n-w,-r or Pleading 1
AN'lELi \ Al.l I \ -,-
Miami IS 1' ... .m,| file thi
Vnsv .- 1 :,., ling In the ofl e
1 "lei k ..1 I.. CIi. ait Court on 01
the ISth da) of January. 1961 If you
fall to do s... Judgment by default will
be taken against \ ou fi.r the reliel de-
manded in the Bill ..f Complaint.
Thi- notice sh ill be published
e.o-ii neek for four consecutive .-.-ks
n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, this |2th day of December,
Al'. IM'li
E : LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Honda
iseal) B) K. M I.Y.MAN'.
I '.'put) Clerk
ANi; IM... A A 1,1
100 Alnsle) Building
Miami ::.'. Florida
Attorne) l.i Plaintiff
\-; <>;.y:.." 1 .-,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
IN CHANCERY
No. 60C12200
THE SMALI.EYI.oiilCs
CORPORATION,
a Florida Corporation.
Plaintiff,
\ s
P. R MEINCKEand ISABEL
MEINCKE, Ins wife; M E, MITCHELL
and DORTHA MITCHELL, his wife;
RAY M WILEY and BERTHA M.
WILEY, his wife. JOHN LIGCIO and
FLORENCE LIQOIO, his wife.
Defendant*.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: P. R. MEINCKE and I8ABEL
MEINCKE, his wife;
M K MITCHELL and DORTHA
MITCHELU his wife;
RAY M. WILEY and BERTHA
M. WILEY, his wife
TOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a suit has been filed in the aboxe
styled Court by THE 8MALLEY-
LOC.ICS CORORATloN. a Florida
corporation, the Plaintiff, for the pur-
pose of uuieting title to lands described
as follows, lying and being in Dade
County. Florida:
The SW 1/4 of the BE Hi of the
XIV 1 1 Of Section II. Township ".
South. Range 40 ECaat, Dade County,
Florida.
Yor ARE REQUIRED to file your
appearance or other defensive plead-
ings to the Kill of Complaint liled In
this .as.. ..11 or before the Nth day of
January, IM1, or in lieu thereol tn
suffer .1 Decree Pro Confesso to be
entered igalnsi you
DATED this 16th day of De.ember.
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K B LEATHERN \ N
1 lei k < "Ircult < 'onrt
(seal) By; K II LANWAY
Deputy Clerk
IS 23-30, 1/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUD ClAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
IN CHANCERY
No. 60C12434
PHILIP HELLER and LENA
HELLER, his wit-.
Plaintll 1.-
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DAVID i; A. ElcHI ER and
Eichi.ku. his wife
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
TH '. n.WTO 1; A. SELLER
yx W) rkoff Avenue
\Vaid i. k. N'- Jerse)
EHHI.KI;
(Mrs. I'm "1 a. A. Blchler)
JT,tl Wyckoff Avenue
Waldwii k. New Jerse)
Yor \i:i: HEREBY KOTIFIED that
a Complaint to Foreclose that certain
mortgage recorded In official Record
Book lilO, Page 53, Public Record* ol
Dade County, Florida, encumbering
Lot in. Block :'--'. Second Addition to
wkstwooD LAKE.according in
the Plat thereof, as recorded In Plat
Book SO, at Page ". of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida.
has been filed against you; an 1 you
are herehy required to serve a copy of
lour Answer or other pleading* on 'he
Plaintiffs' attorneys, Berkeii Kwit-
ney, IS33 N.E. 16:;rd Street. North Mi-
ami Reach, Florida, and file the orig-
inal thereof in the office ol the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
SOth .lav ..r January, 1961, or a Decree
Pro CobfeSSO will be entered against
DATED at North Miami Beach,
Florida, thi- the 28th dav of Decem-
ber, IMS
F. B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of t'-e Circuit Court
iseall Bv; K. M I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk
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NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN
:I .- undersigned, deslrlni 1 1 1 i ige in
i.usin.-ss im.1, r the fictitious names 1
NATIONAL KN T ER Pi: 1 s 1: s
JACK D. OL8HEN .v AHFOf'IATI -
I"; N U ITtti Avenue, Mian
tends t.. register said name* wii
Clerk of the Circuit Couri ..i Dade
1 'ounty, FI01 Ida.
NATIONAL IV VTER HEATER
8ERVICE '(1 ., Kla Corp.
13 10, 1 -13- M
IN THE COUNTY JUDOESCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51507-C
IN RE: Estate ..f
s HARVEY 1REEN8PAN
I'. ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All 1 "red s and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or I in. 1 n.i- Aga risi s
Estate
You a 1. hi reb) n >i Ifled and --1 r-
1 :-. ;. .nt anj claims and demands
m huh \ ..11 ma) ha\ ugninsi the -
tat. of s. ll.\l:\ El iREENSP \N le-
;eased late of Dad.
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
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No 51423-C
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IIEN.IAM1N FINKEL
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NOT.CE TO CREDTORS
To All Credit i
Ing 'i.nni.- 01 Demands v^.. 1 Sj i
1 Estate
n 1 are hei eb) no I 1 I pquir-
,-d t,. presei in) lalm* and den
which you ma) have igainst the
f BENJAMIN FINKEL di
of I lade 1 -oiiiii- Florida, t.. the
ty .ludg.-s of Dad.- Count)', and !.! I
in lL.ii offices in tlo .'..:.-.
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from th
date of the first publication hereof,
or the same wii be barred
LEONARD H. FINKEL
Mil TON FINKICL,
WEINKLE ,v KKssi.KR
Attorne) *
m 1 Ke) hold Building
l Miami. Kla
I IS in I-13-M
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY nTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious nan
ALL STATES IN'VKSTMFN'T CO I
.hi Se> hold Building Miami, Florldu,
Intends i" register wild name with
1 'I.-ik of the Circull Court of Dade
1 .inn \, FI01 Id .
DATEI' at Miami. Florida, th
da) of December. II.....
A M C INVESTMENT C, I
P.\ : Albert Mai tin, President
1 '-13-S0.t7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
NO. 49648- 8
In RE: Estate ..
Cl S II SII.VKKSTl'.KN
I deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against s'-ii.i
['state:
You are hereb) notified and rojiutred
to present any claims and den .
which you ma) hive against the e^
late of CIS H 8ILVER8TEEN de-
i-.-a-e.l late of Oa.h- Coiint>. l-'lorida.
to the County Judges ol Dade Counts,
and file the same in their office. 11
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from th.- date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same aill be
barred.
DONALD 0 SII.VKRSTEKN
Co-Executor
ARNOLD SI.UMH
Co-Executor
ARNOLD SlXiME. Attorney
42" Lincoln Roud
Miami Beach. Florida
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alexander, formerly of
Orange, N J.. and residents of Miami for the past
four years, are celebrating 50 years of marriage ...
In honor of the occasion, son. Louis Alexander, jr.,
of Bellaire, Tex., and daughter, Mrs. Henry
Schoenfeld, of Long island, N.Y.. are entei
for them al .! cocktail party at the Casabl
hotel on Sunday. -'an.
Mrs. All xai.der is vice president of B'nai B'rilh Women's Coun-
(il of South Miami and B'nai B'rith Women of Miami She holds
an office in Laurel Court 11. Order of the Amaranth. Nomad-, oi
Avraduka i- a charter member of the United Order of True Sister-.
Fidellty-Hul'i.i oi New Jersey, and is active in Mt, Scopus Haelas-
.ah and Pythian Sisters Roosevelt Temple .
She served a- pie-icient ol B'nai B'rith Women of the Oranges,
Montefiore Aid Sock ty o( New Jersey, and Women's Auxiliary of
Kuth Lodge
Louis is pa-t royal vizier of Hegira Temple DOKK. of Newark.
N.J., past chi.iucih.i commander of Kuth Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
; nd a Mason Son. Louis, is a free lance writer, and daughter,
Rosalind, teaches the dance They each have two daughl

Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Blank, oi 1115 NE 133rd St., No. Miami.
(lebrating 'heir 42n! wedding anniversary on Jan. 5, were
to observe the happy occasion with their son. Maj. Paul Blank, and
I is family at \.,:.<-.,. ;.. wher. !-.< ;, -lationed at Camp Moo j
. The Mnjoi and his wife contributed a further cause for eel
1 ration, the birth of Iheir third daughter The senior Blanks
Save two other children. Capt. Harold I. Blank, and Mrs Seymour
Dorislee) Feinstein, and seven grandchildren Mrs. Blank
I neda) is a past president ot Sisterhood Congregation Yehudah
Moshe .
Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Berkowitz, of Fifth ave.. New York City,
Maying at the Lucerne hotel, have been winter visitors in Miami
Beach since 1937 They not only enjoyed the climate, but had
faith iff the luture of the area and showed it by investing in what
may have seemed, in those long ago days, as very unlikely places .
But their judgment ha- paid oil. tor this year, they have the
pleasure of watching International House of Pancakes of California
put up tme ol their unique buildings in a growing chain on the
property leased to them by Irv in No. Miami Beach, adjoining Beth
Torah'Gonpe'iahon.
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Mrs. Lee Mills is trying to tone down the exuberance she feels
en her win in the Class B Bayshore Women's Golf tournament, but
since it was such a closely-fought battle every hole, and she is such
an ardent golfer, -he bubbles just describing the match .
Mrs. Ida Cohen won in Class A. but there was a time she was
more concerned with creating ash trays and pitchers in the ceramic
class in Temple Beth Shalom's patio Sister Kern (Mrs. S^ni)
Harris, a sometime resident of Miami Beach, now living in Rock-
ford, 111., must have been proud to get the news oi Ida's prowess
on the golf course .
Another four-generation family enjoying a visit- from the
matriarch, great-grandmother Mrs. Bertha Roth, of Paterson. N.J..
are her Children, the Manny Austins, of 1675 Cleveland rd., and the
Sam Phillips. 126 SW 21st ave.. with grandchildren Beth and .loni,
who belong to the Austins and the Jerrold L. Phillips and Fred W.
Phillips, children of the senior Phillips Greatgrandchildr?n
are Rosaline and Deborah. Paul and Jack, all Phillips, who call Mrs.
Roth, 80plus, "little grandmother.''
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Parents for the first time are Golda and Boh Siegal Son
Kenan Aran. 6 lbs 13 oz.. was born Dec. 28 Proud grandparents
are the Sam Siegals and Mack Mo.stovoys. of Philadelphia. Pa. .
Real devotion to a grandson was displayed by Mrs. Joseph
Robins, who returned from Israel to be with Don Robins for his Bar
Mitzv'ah Also from Israel came an uncle. Asher Cray, and from
Washington. DC Mrs. Morris Apple and Mr. and Mrs Kli H. Chayt.
two aunts and another uncle With Mr and Mrs. Max Meyerhoff.
of Miami, who are great-great uncle and aunt, lour generations ol
the dan gathered for the happy occasion .
Walter and Molly Jacobs. 4125 Jefferson ave.. have been squir-
ing best-selling author and columnist Cleveland Amory and wife,
Martha, long-time friend-, around town The writer is one of
the directors of the Festival of Seven Arts at Walter and AI Jacobs'
Lake Tarleton Club in Pike. N.H. The lamed summer resort
will start its 24th year in June .
Jerry Hart. !!)-> car-old -on of Jen- (Castaways) and Belle Hart.
5020 N. Bay rd.. now a student at the University of Pennsylvania.
will spend a year starting next July at the Sorbonne in Paris .
Long-term plans include fallowing that with several terms of hotel
schooling in Switzerland as a preparation ior fitting into dad's
hotel footsteps.
A half-century of wedded life wa- celebrated by Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Rosner. of Philadelphia. Pa., who are staying at the Sterling
hotel ... In keeping with the significance of the day, Mrs. Rosner
wore a "Golden"' lace dress .
Also at the oceanfront Sterling are Rabbi and Mrs. Leo Jung .
He is spiritual leader of Jewish Center of New York, professor of
Jewish ethics at Yeshiva University, and chairman of the cultural
and religious committee of the Joint Distribution Commission .
And: Cantor and Mrs. Koussevitzky, of Great Neck, formerly
cantor of ViIn.i and Warsaw. Poland, now cantor of Temple Beth El,
of Borough Park .
And: Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Roseman. of Jenkinton. Pa., donors
of the clinic bearing their name which is connected with the Kupat
Helim, medical arm of Histadrut in 1-rael.
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Housegue-ting at the home of Mr and Mrs, Morris Honigbaum.
818 W. 40th st.. i- Mrs Belle Bassett. of Chicago .
After the summer spent in Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Haber
he Is the author ot "Odyssey ot an American Zionist" are spending
the winter at the Abbey hotel They will make their 19th trip
9 Israel next year for the Bar Mitzvah of grandson. Dan Peleg. in
Ttt Aviv.
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Section B
Prominent Miami Beach citizens meet with the
Miami Beach Committee for the Advancement
oi Opera at a luncheon at the Alaiers hotel.
Seated are Mrs. David Hochberq, Mrs. Emil
Morton and Mrs. Leonard Jacobson. Standing
are Miss Chris Roberts, Dr. Arturo di Filippi,
"The Woman of 1961" will be one of the exciting features at
the "Premiere Luncheon" being planned by the Combined
Jewish Appeal Women's Division on Feb. 7 at the Eden Roc
hotel. Shown discussing plans for the colorful affair with chair-
man Mrs. Fey Albin Robbins (second from left) are Mrs. Alex
Mcnson, Mrs. A. L. Glickmcn, and Mrs. Samuel Halperin, vice
chairmen.
Cancer League Luncheon Friday
A luncheon meeting followed by
cards is on the agenda lor the
Women's Cancer League of Miami
Beach when it convenes on Friday
noon at the Seville hotel.
Mrs. Abe Schonfcld, chairman
of the group's only fund-raising
event of the year, a luncheon to
be held on Wednesday. Feb. 8. at
the Americana hotel, will formu-
late final plans lor the gala af-
Emotional Needs Her Topic
"The Emotional Needs of the
Young Child in a School Setting"
will be discussed Thursday night.
Jan 19. at the PTA meeting of the
early childhood development pro-
gram. North County YMHA, by
Miss Jcannette Schwartz, chief
psychiatric worker of the Dade
County Child Guidance Clinic.
of the Opera Guild of Miami, Mrs. Ritter Levin-
son, Mrs. Leonard Spitalny and Dr. Leonard
Jacobson, president of the committee. The
Opera Guild is celebrating its 20th anniversary
this season, which opens with "Andrea Chen-
ier," starring Renata Tebaldi, on Jan. 23-25-23.
Pioneer Women
Plan Functions
Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Tuesday. 1
p.m.. in the Community room of
the Miami Beach Federal Savings
and Loan Assn.. Lincoln rd.
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Tuesday evening, in the same
room. Club Elath will hold a regu-
lar meeting, with Mrs. E. Hietin
presiding. The cultural portion will
be dedicated to Jewish Music
Month.
Coral Gables chapter of Pioneer
Women will have a luncheon on
Wednesday, noon in the home of
Mrs. Louis Sachs, 8(H) Messina ave .
Coral Gables. Mrs. Sachs, new
member ol the chapter, will spon-
sor the luncheon, proceed- ol
which are earmarked for the Pio-
neer Women's Child Rescue Fund.
Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen. Kadi-
mah president, reports a member-
ship party at the Biscayne Terrace
hotel on Thursday evening. Jan.
19.
Mrs, Lillian Cohen, membership
chairman ol Kadimah. and her
committee have arranged tin- pro-
cram, Mrs. Muriel Ham will sing,
Mis Milton Green, Council presi-
dent, will be guest speaker, and a
skit. "A l'at.h of Grass." written
by Mis Harold Shapiro, will be
performed.
On the committee with Mrs. Co-
hen are the Mc-dame- Harry Stone,
William Soklotl. Jacob Weiss. Mil-
ton Kcsslcr. Fred Sandier. Harold
Shapiro. Albert Berson. William
Chase. Joseph Feld. Louis Fried.
Leah Friedson and Jack Bott.
fair. Highlighting the afternoon will
be exotic fashions designed by na-
tionally-known K u r 0 p e a n and
American couturier- shown by
Martha Of the Americana and Cor-
onet models.
Everyone attending the luncheon
on Feb. 8 will be eligible for a prize
to be given that clay an all ex-
pense vacation for five days for
two at the Hotel Riviere d'Haiti at
Port au Prince. Haiti.
Proceeds Irom the sale of tic-
kets to the luncheon will support
the Women's Cancer League of Mi-
ami Beach project, which includes
maintaining two beds for terminal
indigent cancer patients at Mt.
Sinai Hospital at a cost of $10,000
a bed yearly.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Da-
mon Kunyon Cancer Fund, of which
Mrs. Robert /. Greene is presi-
dent, is supporting the local organ-
ization in it.s project.
B'nai B'rith Social Singles
B'nai B'rith Social Singles will
have an installation dinner dance
Sunday. 6 p.m.. at the Barcelona
hotel. Newly elected Officers are
Edward H Levin, president; and
Archie Allman. Sid Davis, Irving
Handel and Mrs. Faye Sonn, vice
presidents. Harry Woolf is immed-
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Friday. January 13
PTA's to Eye Jewish Education
PTA (i th. Jewish schools I
lewi.sh Education. will analyze
Greater Miami
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American Jewish the
Mrs. Firk Will Address Forum
Launched at the Cedars of Lebanon meetings recently was
the new idea of Hospital Guardians sponsored by the Women's
Auxiliary. In charge of records are (left to right) Mrs. Doris
Margulis, auxiliary president Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, and Mrs.
frene Fink.
Bookspans Will Be Feted Sunday
Pioneer Women's Club 2. Mrs.
lr'a Liftman president, will honor'
Mr. and Mrs Nathan Bookspan on
their 49!h wedding anniversary
with a banquet a: the Royal Hun-
garian restaurant. 731 Washington
ave on Sunday a! 6 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Bookspan are noted
for their activity in behaii of the
Labor Zionist movement. Mrs.
.Eockspan is a 'Women of Valor"
in the Israel Bond organization on
the executive board of the Jewish
i\. '. nal Fund. She 1- also Moet-
z>I Hapoalot chairman for Club 2
and active in the Combined Jewish
-... ation will be given by Sarah
'! Milton Green.
Council president, will be guest
speaker
Toas:master is Mrs. Abraham
Sbedroff. entertainment will be by
Sonya Weiss, lolksinger.
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Golda Meir Club of Miami held
its first meeting of the New Year
on Tuesday evening at Beth El
Congregation.
Mrs. Beckwith presided a: a card
party, with proceeds earmarked
for Golda Meir's. Child R< M
Fund.
Mesdames Israel GersU in and
Bessii M ;f were in chargi
the event Hostesses w 1 re ihi
Mesdames Irving Sachs. Sam Oi-
and Rcdceca Ishlon.
Mrs. Doroth> Krieger Fink will
be guest speaker at the weekly
meeting of the Yivo Forum ol
Greater Miami on Saturday eve
ning at Miami Beach Public School.
1420 Washington ave.
Mrs. Fink, noted lecturer an.i
speaker, k a prominent Zionist and
Hadassah leader
Mrs. Fink will discuss Tho-
dor Herxl Creator of Modern
Zionism." Her tlk will include
aspects of Dr. Herxl's life work
and its impact on world Jewry.
Tj,, mmemoration
0| tht cum : 100th annivi 1 iarj
celebration I the birth ol Dr
Herd.
Program will also include Beryl
Morrison, in a reading from an es-
.;,-, m Dr Heizl bj Dr A Korai
nick, and a mus presentation of
Israeli and Zionisl songs by Can-
tor William Lip-or.. ol Beth David
Congregation
Yivo Forum is a weekly presen-
tation of -he Greater Miami Yivo
1 ommitti 1
of all PTA'a will form bun
sions to discuss 1 M
of the previous P
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ii Temple Emi 1 : .h'"ot
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mid, with r'i ,]v
temple Meni tui
and Bet*) Torah *n
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"ridcsS January 13, 1961
*"Jen rP IfhrHrnncjun
Pcge 2-3
Chapter
on Show
nanrth ami ul fa>hion show
of tl^HlIx it .1. C.i'.k'.n chapter of
\ B'nai Fri'li u << v im-
iiv FaaUot :i ti'.i
ture oRhir.u f ><>mc of the
area'* out-- .i.);-:;rcl Btores.
Ev Hi" expectant mother to the proud
lather-.will .-,.\ m the
.-':">w, which takes place in the
Fiahaiyat n > :r :. Muut.s ho-
tel on Wli':< -:
I asWons Mothers Beauti-
ful, the Ynn:. S Hernie Blank,
Adrllf Thu; :r ; ( .:' >l's Fashions
v. ill be presents!
I'rOads of !'. -'i.iv will help
-inort fh< many non-
arian pini.i: i-opies. lefaire
r S:
'-"Ct
Bell
Children's Home
m
Cleveland, o. mentallv dis-
hed chilcli v \.,-: iii.il .Jewish
Hospital In I'.'ir. Cilo.. for tu-
berculosis; an-i only hospital
in theTJ.8. si>. _: :n -he treat-
ment Of arthi .,", : related dis-
- ease*, the Leo \ Levi Hospital at
ho; Springs. '
Pirdt -fanet Weins- H-k i< chairman of
he affair th.r :" t ature the
nembers of Gilbert .1. Balkin. their
-bands ano i en. modeling
he clothes.
Beth Torah PTA
Conference Week
Semi-annual :.\uher con-
?rence was : .,: t'.eth Torah
irsery-kinder. -, this week.
iraham J. G :. is education
11 rector.
L'nder the <' <>i Mr- Sicl-
ley Kay, pre-icnool supervisor,
he conference acquainted the
rents with
irogram in re' to the educa-
lonal, psychohK cjI. physical, re-
lgious and re mal needs of
he children.
Members of the nursery-kinder
larten school st ,f: who par
icipated- in th :r,im include
Mesdames Saul Frechtel, Simon
T.ilad, Michael Grjen. Samuel Sie-
2el, Rudolph u and Misses
Harriet Levin i ::., 1 \>
Miami Beach Recreation Department
Resumes Special Interest Activities
Miami Beach Recreation Dep't.
resumed its schedule of
adult e ucation and special inte-
re-i activities In community cen-
ters t throughout the city Tuesday.
Jack Woody is recreation superin-
tendent.
Classes began this week on Jan.
9 and include art. crafts. Spanish,
Hebrew, basic English, lip reading,
metal etching, mosaic tiles, and
slimnastics, plus cha-cha, fox trot,
waltz and merer.gue. as well as in-
struction in round, folk and square
dancing.
Miss Margaret M. Sweit. Rec-
reation Dep't supervisor of adult
activities, is in charge of coordi-
nating the programs
Bulletins are available at each
Miami Beach playground office,
Senior Group
Installs Officers
Mrs. Sarah Madison v.a- installed
president of the Senior Citizens
Friendship Club of the North Coun-
ty YMHA Branch at a special pro-
gram recently.
Serving with her are Ben Salk.
vice president: Mrs Celia Reich,
recording secretary; Mrs. Sadie
Kimmel and Mrs. Stella Friedland.
corresponding secretaries; and Isi-
dore Mcrtik. treasurer.
Efraim H Gale, executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, addressed the
dub, which donated $100 to the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
community and i
or ci n be obtained bj cal ling the
Information Center.
The Miami Beach Recreation
Department presented the Fifth
Annual Miami Beach Chautaqua
Forum last week. The weekly
forums at the Ocean Front Audi-
torium, 10th ft, and Ocean dr.,
will be devoted to a discussion
of the life and achievements of
an outstanding American per-
/
Mrs. Delias Weinstein, of Gil-
bert J. Balkin chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, models one of
the ensembles featured at the
chapter's annual fashion
show in the Rubaiyat room of
the Algiers hotel on Ian. 18.
Fashions for the entire family
will be presented during
"Family Fashions on Parade."
She'll be Honored
Mrs. Fannie Forstein will be
presented with an honorary life
membership certificate and pin by
Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent
Home on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m..
at the Algiers hotel.
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Book Review Tuesday
Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home foi the ^ged will meet Tues-
day. 1 p m I -ontainebleau
be a hook re-
view. Mrs, I M Weinstein will
discuss "Anna reller," by Jo Sin-
clair.

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vjewist ncrktiair
Friday, January 13 igg,
Center Accents
Senior Citizens
\ "free trial" Ij beinj offered
all Senior Citl ui ';- January
e Gr< aler Miami Jew
Center.
rs.of age
r, may sample anee class
,.. ;, n I ship clu -. En ;li>h class-
es and ci afts, lounge pro-
grams full day center programs,
roups choral groups
and mai j othi r a. v lies
S in 1 y, Jan 29 rum
> held al the Miami YMHA,
150 SM ave \ p
cians v 1 xpl r i pi blems deal
Couples Ltd. Hear Speakers
Couples Limited of Tfti
rael heard an address Tut -
Temple on "AtUtu
Sex and Marr age v-
R chard Altschuli r we
and bast .1 1: eii pn -
"Natural History
\' 'i on l.'iir "
J
on
Beach Senior
Wins Award
A Miami Beach resid.....
Mrs Nellie G Sa
makes her home
ch retirement h >te
mal donor luncheon of Temple Israel Sis- ministration vice president Edith ':
3od will be held Wednesday at the Coco- ident -.- Kobley, ar.d Rae K
; Jt Grove Playhouse, featuring a fashion show, men of the donor luncheon workir tails
neon and performance of "The Merrv of ;he affaii
Widow." Left to right are Rae Graham, ad-
re for the .. I ti rs in 11
al the Senior Citi
leach "l Like I?'
\ 1 ^ S
\ XE 6 avi
'
V t V
I rectoi Depart m' nl ol
Sen ce to Seni ir CU
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ford bids,


Hadassah Slates National Officer
Dr. Gamoran Speaks Here
Dr Emanuel Gai I ector
emeritus ol the Commission on
ical no! the I
S ibel won
i< in set
11 remonies Sundaj e\i
Dinner Kej
'

Runners-up in the

Mrs K. J. Evans, of Durham.
former vice president of
nal Hadassah, will be guest
aker at an open board meeting
the Miami chapter of Hadassah
: Monday al the Miami Women's
Cab
Mrs. Evans. \vno is one of the
Ibree members at l3r.2e on the
national board of Hadassah has
ii> served in toD positions on
! al and national levefc. She has
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refreshing, calorie-free
may- 1 m for a I
on an extended trip to R
'.raveled extensively throughout the reel and ten countries of Eun
of na- country as speaker and organizer ....,,
of many chapters in her own and ,.A\ he Mo^a-v :,"\!
..u.____:___ the Miami chapter will officially
, icar Hebre C01 il ons ?'ude ;w,) women residei
addressed the Jewish religious
.-. rs of Gn on Wed
at the Bureau of Jewish
Edui il
Dr. Gamoran is a former instruc-
>ther regions
\t... r..,e -.i. j open ,ts dnve t0 Put an American tor at the Jewish Theological Sem
^or h,, t'n ,h J3f^ fla int0 "** ""dassah home b> inary. former supervisor of Jewish
her husband who is serving as making availaWe .d memberj fl of New York City, and u-
new 3-by-5 ft fifty-star lias com- thor ol "Changing Conceptions In
plete with pole and socket, a: a Jewish Education" and the "Play-
nominal price way to Hebrew."
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YET NO FOOD VAIIX
Recommended by doc'ori foe
Atonies oerw*ii>hh md k) cal-
orie d Jtsseru. cooking Pule. Com-
pteleif htrmieu. 4 u. Tic
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tS5
AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE
SUMDNTUD NONFWUNNIS
Rabbi Kronish
In Book Review
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
discussed "The Liberal Hour."* by-
John Galbraith. at a book review
session sponsored by the Sisterhood
of the Temple on Wednesday
Mrs. Alexander Robbins. chair-
man of Sisterhood's book review
series, said that other books sched-
uled by Rabbi Kronish are
Feb. 8. "The Second Crucifixion"
by Maurice Samuel; Mar. 8. "The
Last of the Just," by Andre
Schwarz-Bart; and on Apr. 12.
Minister of Death The Story ol
Adolph Eichmann." by Quentin
Reynolds.
ish Home for the Agi
Rice and Mi. D H Ri
Natalie Chasen, of N
Beach; Miami B<..
Mrs. William Weinstoek,
iel, Mr- Herman Bergin<
han Shats; an,' Miami r-
pper and Mrs. Lena B
Prizewinner tor "Mr Si
lien" was Milton C. W.
ami
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an
u hotel. Seated (leit to right) are Mrs. Isi-
e Rodman. Mrs. Ida Wessel. Mrs. Nathan
h, Johan L. Berman, Mrs. Robert Garber. for
meer Women Club 1, Mrs. Aaron Newman
Benjamin H. Kaminetsky. Standinq (left
to right) are Nathan Nash, Sol Bronstein. Isi-
dore Rodman, Max Hecht, Dr. Rabbi M. J. Safra,
Morris Minov, and Aaron Newman. Absent
are Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Merwitzer, Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Zoldon, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Rudnick, Kolman Luria, Mes-
dames Johan L. Berman. Leah Notkin, Moms
Minov, Sadie Bieler, M. J. Safra. and Dorothy
Kaminetzkv.
UM Prof Will
Address Women
Dr. Sidney Bcsinick. associate
professor of education at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will be principal
speaker at a meeting Wednesday,
of Beth David Sisterhood.
In another feature of the meet-
ing, which gets under way at 12:30
p.m.. Mrs. Norman Shapiro, wife
of Bct'n David's new spiritual lea-
der, will bo formally introduced to
the members.
Mrs. Bernard Reiter is Sister-
hood chairman of the day for the
event cue at Beth David Auditori-
um.
A noted educator specializing in
problem.- pertaining to youth, Dr.
Besvinirk will speak on "Parents
vs. Youth."
Miss ihrens Reports
Miami Junior Hadassah r--t
Wednesday evening in the Ear
I bldg. Miss Esther Ehrens. pr
I dent, who has just returned (i n
the organization's national com
ence in Monscy. N.Y.. report* convention activities.
Rabbi Lipschitz on TV
Rabbi Max Lipschitz. spiril il
leader of Beth Torah Congr< -
tion. will be host on 'Still Sir
Voice," television program >p
sored weekly by the Greater Mi.
Kahbinical Assn.. on Sunday. 10
a.m over WCKT ch. 7. Ra
Lipschitz will discuss "Is the R
gious Boom a Spiritual Bust?"
Women's Group Reveals Contest
feking to establish a bond be-
the people of Miami and ;'ic
American countries, the Gil-
J. Balkin chapter of B'nai
Women has initiated an es-
sajr-contr-i entitled "Hew to Keep
the Torch (il Friendship Burning."
Ptfthology of Judaism
Tr>ychc.|(M.'.y of Judaism" will be
the subject for discussion at the
adufi education class of Congre-
gation Yehudah Mo-he on Monday,
10 p.m., in Popiel Hall.
Contestants have been invited to
express in 500 words or less what
they would do to help maintain
friendship with Latin America, or
what they or someone they know
are persoually doing to help Cuban
refugees'adjust in their commun-
ity.
The winner will recleve a United
States Savings Bond, and runners-
up will be given honorary citations
at Bay Front Park at the Torch of
Friendship during Brotherhood
Week. Feb. 19.
Judges will be Sen. W. Cliff Her-
rell. Rep. Geor.ee Ilollahan. and
Judge Kenneth Oka.
Contest will close Jan 30. En-
tries should be mailed to Torch of
Friendship Contest, Janet Wein-
StOCk, 6601 SW 75th ter.. So. Miami.
Temple Sinai Sisterhood
Temple Sinai Sisterhood met
Wednesday evening at the Tern
pie in commemoration of Union-
gram Month, which is beins ob-
served throughout the world by
Reformed Sisterhoods aftiliated
with the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods, a special Un-
iongram program was presented
by Mesdames Edward Auerbach.
Paul Aronon, and Paul Fink.
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*Jen is? HurkHaan
MUSIC
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THEATER |
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UM SYMPHONY RE! Jh ES SCHEDULE
ersitj i Symphony 0
v n the New Year 1961 I !
I \ | lich the orchestra
w ill presi i ; s Sui londi
evenii -
\ | \i, : pany sopi Don th> Kirsten is the
I loist for the symphony's Fourth sol concerts presented
. : oth Mi; A
Miss Kirsl arias include Handel's "Care Selve." Puccini's
ssi I'arte, fi im T sea, and "Io son ancella." from Cilea's
Adrienne U eur. In addition to the Brahms symphi j S vitzkj
bas programmed three selections from Jaromir Weinberger's vibrant
i rful opera, "Schwanda" iThc Baepipcri "The Bohemian Song,"
Odzenv k Dai ce." and "The Polka and Fugue."
Opening the program is a work written especially for conductor
Sevitzky by American composer David Van Vactor. Entitled "Overture
to a Comedy No. 2.' the work will receive its premiere performance In
Miami under the baton of Sevitzky. who often schedules American com-
positions as part of his symphonic programs.
Miss Kirsten's performance will mark her ti: >t ^ij-p* ..ranee in Miami.

BERL SENOFSKY TO PERFORM HERE
Communit> Concerts Assn presents for its second concert ol the
itason the gifted violinist, Her! Senofsky, on Jan. 18 at Dade Count)
Auditorium.
When Mr Senofsky played the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto at Chi-
i. go's drant Park, the music critic of the Daily Tribune wrote that his
r rformance was "enough t< send a tingle of excitement through a
stone image Excitement plus "flawless technique and beaut) of tune"
are by now hallmark- of a Senofsky performance, and these qualities,
l .- his thorough musicianship, characterized his playing even in 1955,
v i n he won the Queen Elizabeth of Belgium International Comp 'tition
Mr. Senofsky's program here will include Sonata in C minor, op. 30
N< 2, Beethoven; Sonata In B-flal major, K. 454. Mozart; Priss, Bartok;
I onic Dance No 2. Dvorak-Kreisler; "Saudades do Brazil."' Milhaud;
Introduction and Tarantelle. Sai asate.

JOAN FIELD CONCERT A TRIUMPH
Miami can be proud indeed to claim .loan Field for its very
nrd i n .Ian. 4. at Dade County Auditorium, those who came to hear Miss
I I in her onl) local concert this year were more than fortunate.
Miss Fit Id was big and important, and she played it with
a beautiful tone, warm and sweet, exceptional polish and elegance. The
. erformed Cesai Frank A-major sonata was a marvel of control and
I ianf execution. Florence Kut/en. talented Miami pianist, com
i d a perfect ensemble.
The Romance in '"major, by Beethoven, was played with virtually
i ic insight, and th< Lalo Symphonic Espagnol. which is incidentally
i ithi r a symphony nor particularly Spanish, was done with lovely temp..
nuance.
Miss Field is forever the musician, interpreting the music of the
. poser, and in the shorter group, "Pantomime.'" from Falla's "El
Amor Brujo," the WieniawskJ "Polonaise Brilliante No. 2." and De
bussy's Beau Soir." she gave to each her beautiful virtuosity. Brave
Hiss Field! She can take her place among the best.

MUSIC AND COMPANIONSHIP
Victor Stern. Miami's eminent violist and musical pedagogue, re
ifiinted an amusing anecdote about Alfredo Antonini. the well-known
conductor and music director of the Columbia Broadcasts Company.
Maestro Antonini was engaged as guest conductor and in the mid
i< eat sing an orchestra in Texas for the first time.
After several attempts to gel the orchestra to play as he wished, he
d pped his baton m despair; and sadly admonished his musicians with
a heavy and charming Italian accent:
"No, no gentlemen. This is not the way. Excuse, but plaj like two
old, old people getting married for companionship."

NO OLD AGE AT CARILLON
when the Carillon Symphony, first all-professional symphon) orch-
estra originating from a hotel, made its initial bow for the season on
Jan. 2 at the Carillon hotel with Maestro Antonini as guesl COnductOI
there was nar) a trace of old age or eompamonate marriage. The on h
Arrival ol the Queen ol Sheba from 'Solomon.'" by Handel, brought
! to one s imagination all the pomp and glory of that fabled era.
Symphony's No :i in D-major, by Schubert; Intermezzo, from "L'Amico
Fritz Italiana in Algeria, by Rossini; and three dances from "Bar
tered Bride." by Smetana. were all enthusiastically received.
Jacques Donnet. permanent conductor of the orchestra, served a.s
narrator. And the sound was -imply lovely with no painful amplifi-
< ation

NOTICE TO OPERA (GUILD) LOVERS
When "On the Town" opened Tuesday at the Coconut drove Play
house, the musical hit marked a double premier for South Florida. Pre i
sented here lor the tirst time, the production also marked the local debut
c( stage, film and television actress Peggy Cass. Directed b) James
Karr. the story of three sailors on a 24-hour leave in New York features
a cast of forty. Supporting roles are played by Jim Russell, Jud) GrUyle,
Robert Penn. Sara Floyd. I.a Vern Hutch, i-on Karl IU:I< off. Evelyn
King, and Lillian Malek .
Opera lovers take note! Dr. Arturo di Filippi. managing director of I
the Opera Guild of Miami, discloses that there are still scats available
for the Miami Beach opening of "Andrea Chenjer. due Jan. 25 at Miami '
Beach Auditorium. There are still a few good seats left for the Miami \
performances Jan. 23 and 28. Contact the Miami Beach Auditorium or
Cpera Guild office at FR 1-5153.
DOROTHY KIRSTEN
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DOROTHY KIRSTEN
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PROGRAM: Sfnphony No. 3, Brahmi; dries by Handel, Pvtcini and Olee
Bohemicr' Song, Odiemek Donee, Polka and fugue from epf re "Schwonoo,
Weinberger; Ovcrtvre to a Comedy No. 2, Van Vactor.
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FrlAy. January 13. 1961
fJenist Ffidri/dfifor?
Paqe 7-B
Emanu-EI Ladies
Plan Tribute
Dora Stein Sisterhood
Dora Stein Sisterhood of I
lite Center will hold a lunch >n
A special tribute will be offered card party Wednesday noon. Jan.
to new life members of the Sister- is in the Social Hall ol the I enter.
hood of Tempi.- Emanu-EI at its Co-chairmen arc Mrs Sylvi; i
mid-winter tea Wednesday noon at and Mrs. Hyman K tl Pro-
ceeds are fer kitchen fun I
Medical Center
Auxiliary Party
the Fontainebleau hotel.
The tribute, written by Trixie
Levin, will be a can lelighl cere-
mony with life members partici-
pating.
Another highlight will be a fash-
ion show featuring the latest in f;,-..,-,.r Miami Auxiliary of 'ha
ladies' apparel modeled by Sister- American Medical Center al Den-
hood member-. ver ne](j a games party Wedn v
In charge ol the c\>:r are Mrs M. M ( .hen. and Mrs. Milton tel co-chairmen were Mrs. Jerry
Blum, chairmen. p, ....,,, ,. Harry Brodkin.
r- r- c.-J..i~J Pro eeds are for th( Elean
Discussion Group Sciedufed m ,
Miami Bea< cil ol the Aftti- the Denver 1. tal and
Defamation League was to have a local nation's a. be-
discussion group al the home oi hall >i I iberculosis i
Mrs. Herman Hammer, 1700 71 St., tien-s al Jackson M mor
Miami Beach, Tuesday at 8 p.m pital.
ring three concurrent workshops at the president of the chapter; and David B. Flee-
annual meeting of the Greater Miami man. newly-elected president. They are shown
ler. American Jewish Committee, recently at cocktail party preceding the AJCcmmittee
Dupont, Plaza hotel are (left to right) dinner session, which heard Scheuer deliver
K. Scheuer, housing authority of New an important address on what can be ex-
'.i'y; Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg. dinner chair- pec'.ed in the 1960s.
Col. Nathan B. Rood, immediate past
IC Educators Hold Conference
By Special Report
ION E iucators of Ameri-
M( nn Judaism, representing
In al \--' Of Temple Ed-
. mvened Dec. 25 through
their sixth annual conven-
Ithi Somerset hotel here.
sent, 615 Reform Temples in the
United state-. Canada and Latin
America.
Theme of this year- discussion
(entered .n the "Challenge ot
the Next Decade."
Delegates participated in num-
erous study sessions, workshops
dean of the Herzl Centennial Lec-
ture, speaking on "The Hebrew
Language-Architect of the Jewish
State."
Menorah Women
Plan Drama Here
"The Key to the Ark." a drama-
tie plav will be presented Wednes-
,-em'.:,,. compnses the am, ^.biess meetings. The> ex- &Jv,e by Temple Menorah
ponal educators affiliate ot p|,ed new curricula approaches sj".ern0O{1
aim of American Hebrew |,,r the religious school and review
g8tiona rhe UAHC repre- current teaching techniques. The cast includes Blesdames Jer-
Speakers addressing the convoca- rv pjeger. Julian Siegel, Sanford
. c tion were Rabbi Roland B. Git- Mistein. William Horowitz. Robert
tlesohn, chairman of the C'ommis eloch and her daughter. Maxine.
Abramowitz will give
on Sisterhood's affili
Jewish Theological
Seminary
til Lazere. director of the J*l*h Education and spir- MrsMaer>
. itual leader of Temple Israel, of -.
fn Jew,ih <-onrcss here. ^^ Df Cyrul (.,)rd(,n profes. a short UU01
bcuss the religions-in-the sor 0f Near Eastern Studies, Bran- JJJ^JJJr
il currently before Judge deis University, discussing "The
k ;,.rdon m the Dade Coun Contenl and Value ol Genesis in the Mrs. Herbert Kaplan^>s PJ?gram
hit Court in an address be Light of Archaeological Discov- chairman and "***U*J*
Jmbers of the Men's cud. cry;' Dr. Eugene B. Borowlta. di- arc Mrs. Munce Reviu "d Mrs.
Brejga-i at Beth Torah Congre- recor of the I'AHC Department oi AbramowiU Mis Moms L-uncn
I Education; Dr. Eisig Sllberschlag. is Torah Hind chairman.
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Fcqe 8-B
*Jenist fforidfaun
Friday. January 13. 196
THIS AND THAT
Hazel ami Judge Irving Cypon flow up to Tallahassee for Gov, Leroy
( llins' farewell dinner Thej left here on the three-fifteen plane, and
were home in time to get a good i bl sleep .
Three poodles. Spice. Snowball and Sugar, answer the door a:
Bit hard and Phyllis Hechfs hous.'. .
Call from BabetteiDr. Bertram' Thorpe, wishing us no ills, no pills
DC oills for the New Year. .
Sam and Sadie Klins phoned from Baltimore with the report that
he working hard on a new book. .
Good to see Hannah i Mrs. Herbert) Scher. who said that her nephew.
(i lert Goldberg, of Louisville. Ky.. has been visiting as a guest of Fred-
erick and Sissie Scher. with a gay old time enjoved bv all
* *
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Myra (Mrs. Aaron) Farr holds a place in this community that is
ur luely her own. Intensely concerned with the troubles of humanity.
Bh< makes them her own. not by word alone but by deed. Her firs' and
i npelling interest is National Council of Jew-
ish Women. Presently, she is a national board
nber. having been president of it's Miami
s-'.i'ion and Southern Interstate Region.
Many and varied are the offices she has
1 I and boards she has served on, including
GreatW Miami Jewish Federation. Welfare
ining, United Fund. Federation of Jewish
V. nen. Mt. Sinai Hospital. Women's Division
ci he -National Conference of Christians and
Jev\s, among others, as well as president of the
Si rhood of Temple Beth Sholom.
Despite all her meetings and field trips
t< I National Council of Jewish Women. Myra
finds time to be a good housekeeper. Her
boards, drawers, closets and files are al-
s in apple pie order, and her freezer is
Jr'ed with her famous Bumbles" (stuffed
ca bage to you), banana cake and a wide as-
SCJ ment of cookies.
Aaron. Myra and son. Harvey, are a close-
kr family. She loves to travel, and Myra is fortunate in that, her hus-
-1 is in the travel agency business. She can take 12 oair ol shoes
8 ig in her luggage on any trip because they're small size 4. Buying
s i> one of her hobbies, and the 36 pair she has dosen't take up too
i eh room.
Terry St. Onge Becomes the Bride
Of Edward Newman in Rites Here
Miss Terry St. Onge and F.dward
T. Newman exchanged wedding ]
vows ott Dec. 25.
Miss St On*e is the daughter of j
Joseph St. Onge, of Shawinigan.
Canada, and was born in loulon.
France.
She is a graduate of McGUl Uni-
versity, and has been a resident of
Miami Beach for the pas: five
years
Mr. Newman is the owr?r of
Newman Funeral Home in Miami
Beach. He has been a resi lent
here sine- 1934.
Mr. Nev is hea led many
civic i atei nal orga lizati ns
and active In the community lite
of Miami B ich
The cc e w .. li< e at I ;:'.; Da !e
blvd., Miami Beach, after their
honeym
Miss Segal
Weds Physician
Frieda Sesal and Dr. Milton
Raben were married J.-..".. 7 r Guk
s:ern's Chapel in New V rk Clt3
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Sega!, of Brook-
lyn, NY. She is j graduate ot
Brooklyn College and a
worker with the New York Citj
Health Department.
The groom is the son of Mr an I
Mrs. Harry Raber. ol 780 E. 123rd
it., No. Miami. He is a gra luate
'f the Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti-
tute, Troy. NY. and the Tuft M
cal School, of Boston. Mas-
lie is presently with the New
York Hospital as a ra liologj spe
ia'ist. He fought in combat in-
fantry with the famous Woll
Msion dunr.g the Korean
paign
V er a honeymoon tr.p to Ha-
waii and Miami, the couple will
eside in New York Citj
Rabbi Herson is Speaker
I Westchcster chapter of th<- \mtl
ican Jewish Congress will n,
Rabbi David Herson as fea'urt
speaker at a meeting Saturday eve
Ding at the home of Mr. ami \M
Allan Moss. 4184 SW 97lh ave r;J
old Kogan is chapter pi
Rabbi Herson. spiritual lca';.r J
Beth Emeth Congregation, u cj
rently engaged in writing a oqJ
"Adventures in Spiritual
ion." *
Anne Frank
Chapter Meeting
Ann:- Frank chapter ol
B'rith Women will meet T
noon at Toby's cafeteria. 27th :
and SW 8th si Program u
elude the showing of a film
in the Doorway."
Tin- chapter will ho' | a card
"v a! the home ot Mrs. Alfre
lin, 1708 SW 19th gt., on Ja
at 1 p.m.
MWA
A large collection of ash trays from every place thev have visited
j- Europe threatens to spill over out of the Farr Florida room. Soon
A on will, no doubt, make a cabinet for them, with the new power
that Harvey gave him.
Myra. incidentally, is deeply religious, and her reactions to first
subsequent visits to Israel are quite moving
* *
A CRYSTAL BALL
Six years ago. Eleanor (Mrs. Stanley) Pred met John Kennedy. She
v: SO impressed that she said. 'Someday, that man will run for Pres,.
He ran. all right, and Eleanor was more than active durm the
campaign.
The important-looking invitation causing so much excitement among
1 red friends these days is an invitation to the Kenned) Inaugural
* *
FIRST PRIZE
There was one pri/e for sculpture at the Coconut Grove Playhouse
!' in marble "^ ** BaUm W Wi,h her "***' ^
Frieda has just finished an alabaster piece. -Woman Drying Hair '
She may be an accomplished sculptor, but first place'for music-
B Ung in the Baum household is held by husband Rudy
NCJV THERE IS ONE
nil iSf'tSUl8** Graham had ,hrPc eU1We bachelor brothers
She and George weni to Baltimore to attend babv brother's we*
' ding-Ens. Austin H. DuBois. While there
older brother. Maurice, announced his engage-
ment. That leave> Stanford.
From Baltimore, the Grahams want to
Washington, D. ('.. to attend the Alpha Omega
convention. Dr. George u southern regent
"1 the organization, the largest Jewish dental
fraternity In the world. He is also a rounder
Ol the dental school at the Hebrew I niversity
m Jerusalem.
Rae is proudly reporting to friends that
IBe Miami chapter was voted "most outstan-
ding at the convention
* *
THE BOSS CALLED
Bill Junior and his. Kitty came from Cm-
Cinnatl to spend the holidays with their par-
ents. Bill and Estelle Brenner, of S. Shore dr.
It was to be a family reunion.
Elizabeth arrived first, but had to leave without even setting to sav
i !?werif0th'r.; H* is semor wrttw ",r ,n-' Congressional Quar-
). and her boss called
She was needed to cover a rules committee meeting Went to Washington and the icy cold weather
Garfunkels Tell
Lora's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Garfun-
kel. 8951 Abbott ave Surfside, an-
nounce the engagement of then
daughter, Lora. to Monte Norman,
son of Mr and Mrs. Ben Friedkin
Youngstown. O.
The bride-to-be is a grauate of
Miami Beach High, and a junior
at the University of Miami, major
ing in elementary education
Her fiance also attended the
University of Miami, and Is ore
sently affiliated with his father
m the Benada Aluminum Co o.
Youngstown 0.
The couple plan to be married
May 7 at Temple Beth Sholom.
MXS. [DWARO NCWMAN
Miller, Stein
Plan for April
Mr and Mrs Sam Miller, of 902-1
Harding ave announce the engage-
ment "i their daughter, .1 1 Am I 1
Dr. Bruce S Steir
He 1- the son of Mr- Lee steir
of 1588 Pennsylvania ave., and the
Philip Steir
in April wedding is planned
Lazere to Speck
At Beth Sholom
Haskell Lazere re il
I r if 'hi' American Jev, .-h Con
gross, will be featured speaker at
dr. open meeting of Temple Beth
in Sisterhood on Wednesday
at 1:30 p.m.
Lazere will speak on -Small Chil
dren, too Should be Free He will
discuss the recent decision in Lake-
land regarding distribution of Gid-
eon Bibles in public schools.
The meeting and luncheon are
ipen Kramer is president, and Mrs Da-
Drucker, vice president, is in
charge of programming
Beach Chapter
Adds 13th Group
Miami Beach chapter ot li
sah this week announced for;
of its 13th affiliate, the Bay Has]
bor Island Group of Hadassal
The new affiliate has been \i
nized during the 13th annivei
<>t the State of Israel and tie
year ot the establishment
Greater Miami chapter ol I
sah,
Bay Harbor group will meet
day noon at the Singapore
with Mrs Dorothy Knes-er
as -oiest speaker. She will d
World Events as Related 1
United States and Israel."
Mrs. EHis Amdur is pres
new group.
Book to be Reviewed
"A Distant Trumpet,'" bv Paul
Horgan. will be reviewed bv Mrs
Frank Kcrdyk on Tuesday. 10 a m
for the Hade Federal Savings
Speakers' Bureau a: Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.. 5400 \\V
7 ave.
Judea Women
To See Films
An evening of entertainment pre-
-entail by Sisterhood of Temple
'idea on Wednesday will include
, the showing of a color film, "Is-
rael." starring Edward G. Robin
- W, with music by Leonard Bern-
stein
Also slated is a musical. -Three
Faces of Jews," featuring pianist
Mimi Retskin, sponsored by Sun-
set Division of the National Coun.
Oil of Jewish Women
-Mr- Cora Friedman i.s in charge
ot the program.
Solomon JWV
Slates Speaker
Murray Solomon post of thi
:sh War Veterans will be a
Bed bv Charles Seiavitch at .,
ing Tuesday evening at the I iral
American Legion Hall, act
to commander Ainslee R h
Seiavitch is chairman of I'
5. Committee on Armed Forci 1 1
Veterans of B'nai B'rith.
He is regional vice presidi
the Florida Federation ol
B'irth and recipient of thi \i
bert Pa I lot Award for hi-
witfl veterans in the Armed I
Also on the program will
report by chairman Leo Cine '
he post and axuiharv -
lized veterans program
Earned Music Director
Roy Oliver, head of the 1
music department ot the *
Conservatory, has been api
musical director of the Nal
Foundation March of Dimes I I
is preparing a 3.1 voice 1
a Stephen Foster program
Confederate Ball on Jan :>
Deauville hotel
tAf
Senior citizen visitors from Virginia receive the
key to the city from the Golden Age Friendshin
Club of the Miami Beach YMHA.9 Le to riaS
ESnfcl APPlebau^- ** vice president
^wt 2*IE S^:.^d- Newport
Beach
Grand
Club;
?i; ^T/ LfVin' President,
Samuel MirniiUtein. Newport
News Grand Club; Mrs. Rebecca Lipton. Nor-
folk Golden Aae Club; and Mrs. Sarah Ave-
aon. Richmond Grand Club. Event was c! the
Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish
community Center, which also featured the
celebration of birthdays and anniversanes of
guests.


day, January 13. 1961
fJenist r/vridHfat/n
Page S-B
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LTHOUGH we usually reservi
this column for women, many
I en often comment on the fact
; they are neglected. Not wish-
tg to offend the opposite sex. we
liought it might be interesting to
nquire into men's reaction- to
Iheir particular fashion world
ftieii likes, dislikes, pet peeves
^nd acceptance of fashion trend.-.
The resulting comments proved
Ixtremely enlightening, especially
pom a ashion viewpoint.
A. pet i'ivi of many people, and
(pressed by Dr. Edmond Gamse,
thi ifht of an obese man wear-
|g Bermuda shorts. Dr. Gamse
Ms 1 ,'t if the man is built for
fie sh' it* he should complete his
isemKe with the hiuh socks
it look] better."' Another opinion.
Irictlj for the M.D., is that when
siting patients at home or in the
spital the doctor should wear
hi< and jacket. Not only does he
leati a better impression on his
Mient, bu' psychologically H
|\e- patient a lift. For men
al, Dr Gamse thinks that
. ii4 nun a better restau-
ini men should wear at least >
i. eke! instead of the often-
len s| rt shirt.
11>. .e Levittson, co-owner of the
: hotel, and owner-manager
rack Lodge in Greenfield
' V Iik;'< to see men cor-
M essed When on vacation.
n expected to dress cas-
lllj i ring the day, but in the
rei : t ic should dress properly.
I' nson al.-o enjoys change
m< style*and he especially
I c narrow lapels
v*h arm inaflu
yours,
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FROSPECT 6-1161
S"ROM the publicity world, a
" man known all over the world.
Hank Meyer, expresses the opin-
ion that a man should dress for
himself. lie tee!> that a man's
personal taste the freedom to
dress in a manner of greatest
comfort while maintaining .
taste is the most important as-
pect of the man's fashion world
He feels that a man should make
his own individual style.
Mr. Meyer personally likes "he
three-button suits and colors that
are either very dark or very light.
He only buys extremes, and dres-
ses according to his mood. For
example, when the sun is ahining
he wears a bright yellow jacket,
when it is a rainy, muggy day he
wears a grey plaid sport jacket.
Another opinion, this time from
Hitter Levinson, vice president of
Oscar E. Dooly Assoc and direc-
tor of the Miami Beach Federal
Savings and Loan Assn His feel
ings are that a man can never be
wrong if he dresses conservative-
ly, and that "the best-dressed
man is the man who has a little
bit of a flair without being sar-
tonally perfect "
He explains "flair" as ben..;
dressed in the prevailing Style-
without being "freaky." in which
category' be includes the extreme
Ivy League and the Continental.
Mr. Levinson feels these styles are
for the very, very young man
not the mature business or profes-
sional man. A fashion note he
suggests is that a man should stay
with self-tones of color throughout
the day. because he feels it cre-
ates an appearance of being bet-
ter dressed than if using contrast
tag colors.
* *
DR. Emanuel Pushkin, outside of
his optometry office, for cas-
ual wear favors the combination
made popular by Perry Como
that of the pull-over Basque type
shut and the loose fitting, com-
fortable cardigan sweater. One of
his pel peeves is the long-sleeved.
pull-over sweater he always
feels constricted in a tight sweat-
er. He also believes that many of
the sweater styles shown for men
are tiw collegiate in appearance.
With conservative clothes. Dr.
Pushkin thinks a man needs a bit
ol color. A bright tie helps to
keep a man from looking dull. He
dislikes argyle socks with a -lood
suit. He also firmly believes that
a man shoud dress for his family.
A man well -versed in the ta-h
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ion world is John Serbin, secre-
tary of Serbin. Inc.. and former
president of Westview Country
Club. JM r. Serbin recalls that
years ago a man would put on his
oldest pair of trousers and shirt
to go out on the golf course.
His opinion is that a man should
look as reat on the golf course as
he does in his office. Slacks, or
shorts, and a knit shirt are his
fashion recommendation for the
golfer. There has been a tremen-
dous improvement in the past few
years, he believes, with men be-
coming more fashion-conscious
But Mr. Serbin thinks there is still
much room for improvement.
In the field of industry, we
called Alan Greenfeld, general
counsel and assistant to the pres-
ident of Seaview Industries. Ac-
cording to him, it is a sign of im-
maturity for a man around 50
years of age, and too far around
in the mid-section, to wear Conti-
nental-type clothing "A pot-belly
and a Continental suit should
never meet." Rather, a man's
dress should be a matter of in-
dividual taste as long as it is
in good taste. He feels the aver-
age businessman dresses as the
clothier of his choice recommends.
He personally is rot motivated
by advertising, but by the pro-
prietor of the shop He does not
think that men are as affected by
what other men wear to the same
extent that women react to fash-
ion "clues." Mr. Greenfield finds
that many men confine their buy-
ing to one shop, and depend upon
that source for their fashion pat-
tern.
* V
I^ORMAN Sanson. of Decorama.
" Inc is an internationally-
known display artist and decor-
ator. He feels that the lack of
color in men's clothes is his pet
peev>. In recent years, however.
with the introduction of the Conti-
nental look, coordinated with the
high colt i" and paisley print vests,
he sees a swing away from the
austerity ol past years in men's
fashion..
He likes the Continental Style;
to him it is slenderizing for the
heavy man and flattering to the
slender man. He explains that
most men are very conservative,
and that it usually takes three or
four years fcr them to accept a j
change in fashion.
Iven then, he points out. it is
usually the woman who is the de-
ciding tactor as most of the \
wives do the buying.
There were several comments on
the general improvement in the
selection of men's sport clothes ,
with special mention of matching
socks as a welcome addition. A
few observations dealt with men l
who wear a plaid jacket and a
figured tie, instead of a solid
colored one.
All in all. this column has been
one of the most interestinn to re
search. For all the masculine
lack of chemise, flapper, pouts
and frills, our men are quite fash-
ion conscious and definitely opin-
ionated. If any of you wish to
express your thoughts in the fu-
ture. we'd be delighted to hear
from you
Mf. Sinai Names Straus
J. Gerald Lewis, president of
the board of trustees of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, has announced the ap-
pointment of Clifford A. Straus as
director of the development fund
Straus was previously associated
with the fund in 195859 A resident
of Miami Beach tor ten years, he
resides at 1210 Cleveland rd.. with
his wife, Phyliss, and their three-
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vocational schools went on display in a recent Women's Amer-
ican ORT contest in New York. Mr. Max Pruzan. of the inter-
nationally-known fashion house of Monte-Sano and Pruzan,
headed the panel of judges. First prize went tc the evening
dress (pictured above) designed and made at the Tel Aviv Girls'
School, one of the 105 ORT installations in Isrcel. The dress
is fashioned in white satin, and its skirt is hand-embroidered
with tiny jewels and bows.
Sinai Ladies
Plan Luncheon
All paid-up members of Temple
Sinai Sisterhood are invited to a
"Thanksgiving in January'" lunch-
eon Wednesday, noon.
Mrs Kurt Wallach. president,
will thank members for their sup-
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There will also be a showing of
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lace work. A card party will fol-
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PERTINENT AND IMPORTANT: Big talk in the air is thai i
for Miami Beach to survive, legalized gambling will have I.....
i lit) real so m.
Then- are more factors in the continual decline ol business i
on'slafg Etrei rt area. The advlnt of jet plane travel is the big
.,. Welc s the forerunner of bigger and better busii -
In shorl lime i* wou! I take travelers to arrive I rt ol
nation, il i w i ; II brings vacationi ts to ol
as ir much less time I o
This area was unwisel; o\ r uill with no regard to the future
up e after another, i verii all
ace Tcdaj s ave from Linci Bal Hai
ma, i steel structures and bul for bri el glimpses,
e'si isignol bea< i So the
th( tropical ta dj beach and translucent ocean, has to be
is motorii i Collins. The name Miami Beach is
almost a m t regard. What bead
Ocean dr., oddl) er u '.. still retains the pristine .-lory of Miami
;'h.
The glamour of Miami Beach has worn off due to advertising and
promotion that stresses "bargain rates." Former Miami Beach vis-
itors, who have veered their vacation to cruises, foreign lards, or
other parts of this ccntirent, didn't raise the issue of gambling, one
way or the other. They were just plain tired of Miami Beach, and
went to new resort spots.
But what's hapm-ned to the new ceneration of travelers: why aren't
they heading here in droves, winter, spring, summer and autumn. The
media oi advertising, the untold thousands of dollars spent by the hotels
and city are not doing the job. evidently, because the results are negative.
Glance through the ads in northern papers for the past three years.
Nothing has changed. Still stressed are the "bargain rates" all you
get in the way o! "free things" at each hotel for the same price. Including
meals, rental cars, poolside chaise lounges, entertainment, etc.
Once Miami Beach boasted the nation's most glamorous niuht clubs
Today they are "corpses," most of them a long-time dead, while Others
are making their last gasps of survival this season. Best example Is
Copa City. The hotels have made then guests "captives." discouraging
them from outside interests, for example, nmht clubs, restaurants, sight
.seeing, because of their too-many-thing-to-do and see-for one-low -price
policy in the hotel itselt.
Before any further move is made in regard to legalized eambling.
let the hotelmen themselves take inventory, clean house, and make this
the Miami Beach the parents of the new generation once enjoyed in full ,
measure. Then, maybe, business will be normal again.
*
QUEEN OF OPERA: Few singers of our generation have thrilled s< |
many opera-goers over the globe as exciting Renata Tebaldi. Although
many of our acquaintances are not opera tans, in fact, have never at
tended a musical event of that type, they are rushing to the box office
Ito purchase seats for Mme. Tebaldi's tirst appearance here, at Dadf
County Auditorium. .Ian 23. then at the Beach Auditorium on Jan. 25
and back to the County Auditorium on Jan. 28
Her round and resounding soprano notes will be heard in the opera
ale ot the French revolution. "Andrea Chenier." Impresario Arturo d
Fillipi will surround the divine diva with outstanding singers of tin
New York Met Opera and City Center Opera There are Mill choice seal-
available, not many, but you'll secure them it you get to the box office
in the next day or two, so hurry.
* *
HOTEL LOBBYING: Dennis. Philip and Lindsay Crosby are tlu-
week's star package at the Fontainebleau La Ronde. along with the
"Extravaganza Latina" revue.
Alan King, one of the busiest guest comics on TV, is now appearing
"live" ii'. the Eden Roc Pompeii room, accompanied by singer Sandy |
Stewart and dancer Little Buck.
Damita Jo and her musical group hold over at the Tack room of
the Diplomat, along with Mandy Campos band. By the way. the new
par-three, nine-hole course at that hotel is a big hit with our area's goll
tans. Open day and night, the sporty layout has excellent greens and tee
* *
MOVIES ON TAP: After a long-run on a reserved seat policy. "Can
Can" i.s now being shown on a popular price policj at the Carib, Miami
and Miracle Theatres Frank Sinatra. Shirley Mac-Lame. Maurice
Chevalier and Louis Jourdan form the exceptional cast
Juliet Prowse. an "unknown" when the movie opened, since then
has skyrocketed in the movie firmament, and you'll know why when
you see her dance and romance with Sinatra. "Can-Can",is light,
frothy and delightful.
Due t public demand. "Pep*'." the Cantmllas fun extravaganza, i>
now hem- shown on a continuous policy at the Lincoln Theatre. First
performance gets underwaj at 2:15. and'you can come m anj time aftei
thai and tee a complete showing ol the technicolor siipcr-prod'uction. with
: Dan Dailey. Shirley Jones and 3S guest star- Matinee prices Bre in ef-
fect until 5:30 p m every daj
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THE DINE SIGN.: Lol of tun the other evening at South Pacific
d) Mar) Lounge when Dorita, the feature there, held a celebrit)
night, honoring Diosa Costello and the cast oi headliners ol her "Craz)
with the Heat" revue (from the Saxony.)
Miamian Art Krohn's handlebar moustache making news on the
local wining an? dir.ing scene a la Commander Whitehad of quinine
tonic fame. Arts crcc/uct is Saratoga Vichy Water, and other bottleJ
bubbly and "still" aquas.
Sv lights and succulent food thai is the combin-i
lion that makes King Arthur's Court a dining delight an) nighl ol i
week.
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Ner Tamid Has
Concert Saturday
Cantor Samuel Gomberg, of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid, will prevent a pro-
1 ram : li al and folk music
ai the annual -.
given by the Temple on Saturday
evening
\p tearing with him will be
nett Bree-kin, violin vicUioso and
condu 'he Miami Beach civ-
il Or stra Hj Fri d, piai isl and
Sp< i
an Estel] -.. Israel i
er.
Proi eeds [rom the com erl I
I
"Can-Can," the Cole Porter musical, with Frank Sinctra, Shir-
ley MacLaine, Maurice Chevalier and Louis Jouican, is nov/ on
a continuous performance, regular admission basis, at the
I Ccr). Miami and Miracle Theatres.
'hree-Man Show
it Art Center
B^rranjzenunt completed over the'
- year brings together exhibts
paintings bj two prominent New
lo: k artists and an exhibit of re-
fcn work executed by a Holly-
Did. Fit painter who is rapidly
s .- toward future achieve-
ent. Opening on Monday, the en-
Y xh will remain on view
I h Kebi 1.
[Joseph Margulies, recently tea-
red in an illustrated article in
ke "American Artist" magazine,
.:- -i lectl ii a group of oil land
tapes and character studies for
h < ,.i presentation in Miami
leach
Another collection of oil land
i has been contributed by
lihn Dil on, who also maintains
b rteri in the New i*ork
111.!.
One of the most active women
r ol Florida, Elizabeth Pat-
u f Hollywood, has assembled
ecti >n of recent works for the
|irrent showing.
?urf side Society
;oncert Monday
.id ii a series of six concerts
he pre ented Monday in the Ma-
\an room of the Singapore hotel
the Surfside Music Societj will
Patitre Pina Sarro. lyric soprano,
>ert Horowitz, violinist, and
ladmir Pepescul, balalaika play-
Pina Sarro has sung locally for
rous hotels and organizations,
Ird has appeared on radio and tele-
Ision
Horowitz and Pepescul will be
tamed for several numbers and
Iso perform individually, Esther
..nctt. pi;inist. w.ill accompany
Mh Horowitz and Miss Sarro, Alex
lerson will be program chair-
ian,
YehtsdGt; Moshe
Concert Saturday
('"i- n Y hudah M<
will pres< a i nceri oi Sati
evening i I Hall, 13 30 W.
Dixie hwy.. No \l: imi.
Violin soloisl will be Alexander
Priluti Lip-
of, chairman of the (i lion's
cultural committi i
Prilutchi received a scholar-
ship from the Queen of Ruman-
ia. He finisred his studies at the
Music Un:versity of Berlin under
Carl Flesch. He has been a so-
loist with many famous orchest-
ras of Europe.
Prilutchi left Germany in 1938.
and since then has been concert-
master of the Havana Philarmonic
Orchestra Presently, he lives and
teaches music in Miami
Jascha Pischermann will accom-
pany Prilutchi at the piano. Fisch-
ermann is a Russian-born concert
pianist, who founded the J. Fisch-
ermann Conservator) of Havana.
Cuba.
The program will include Tar-
tini. Mi ndelssohn, Saint Sa< ns,
Dvorak, DcMonasterio, Wieniaw-
ski, and Godowsky.
Jose Greco, acclaimed as the
world's finest male Spanish
dancer, returns tc Greater Mi-
ami wi:h a company of 40
colorful dancers, singers, and
musician*. He will give two
pei-lormcnces in Micmi Beach
Auditorium on Jen. 21 and 22,
with a different program each
night. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m.
law firm in New location
Law firm ol Pallot, Silver, Pal-
lot, Stern and Mint/ has moved its
offices to suite 317. Biscayne
Miami Alan M, Kornbluh and
Mark M Kay hav< joined the or
on,
other membi rs ol the firm arc
William I. Pallot, Sam I, Silver,
Richard \ Pallot, F. v.-rd A. stern.
Herbert B. Mint/. Gardner Mulloy.
and Jess* R. Bacharach.
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Clive David, formerly nubile '<
lations representative for the
American Federation of Television
and Radio Artist-, and before that
in a fund-raising capacity with lle-
iireu University in England, has
been named eastern regional direc-
tor of the City of Hope National
Medical Center
David, who also had been as-
sociated With KI.M Royal Dutch
Airlanes on cultural activities, will
handle .ill professional fund raising
activities in the Miami area. Phila-
delphia, Boston, Washington, D C,
and Baltimore lor the City ol Hope,
which is located in Duarte, Calif
The City of Hope is a free, na-
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treatment of cancer and for can-
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\ graduate oi Berkhamstead Col-
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personality in several cities sinci
he came lo the United States.
Among hi- hobbies arc the study
ol music and opera. He is an ac-
complished pianist. Also, over the
years, he ha- designed furniture
tor some oi Europe's leading faml-
; es.
Artists in the annual Temple Ner Tomid concert to be heid
in the Temple's Sklar Auditorium, Saturday evening. Jan. 14,
are rear row (left to riqht) Cantor Samuel Gombeig. Barnett
Breeskin, and Hy F:ied. -Front row are Marian Spear and
Estelle Hoberman.
Cantor Levin
At Corel Way
Cantor Gershon E, Levin has
been named to the staff of Coral
Way Jewish Center.
Leonard II I'uttcrman. presi-
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Levin is a third-generation Israeli
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For many years, he sang in a
synagogue choir under the di-
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Shlomo L. Rivlin, where Cantor
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Senior Group of Temple Ner Tamid Young
Judaeans plans its first dance, which they
held recently. Left to right (standing)
are Joel Lack. Diane Snider. Mrs. Dale Regent,
Sisterhood youth advisor, Lloyd S. Marks,
group director. Mrs. Seymour Horowitz, Sister-
hood youth advisor, Zena Horowitz, Herbert
Steinberger. Middle row are Roberta Silver-
stein, treasurer, Jamie Barkin, president, Jeiry
Steinberger, vice president. Dale Levy, record-
ing scretary. Front row are Bill Katz and Terry
Shore.
B'nai B'rith Youth Eye World Peace;
Urge Cessation of Nuclear Testing
Keynoter) by Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard. of Temple Beth Am.
on the principle that world peace
is something to be pursued by ev-
tryone. 120 members of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, repre-
senting the state of Florida, met
Dec. 26 to 30 at Camp Owaissa
Bauer. Naranja. Fla.. and passed
resolutions to its national organi-
zation asking for the cessation of
nuclear testing, strengthening ot
United Nations machinery, and
more intensiv
diplomats in
nation.
Discussion
contests were
for teen-agers
heard in an
complacency
tern of today
e training of career
the service of this
groups and oratory
focu>ed on the need
to make their voices
atmosphere where
seems to be the pat-
s society.
Newly elected officers were
Lie Sandier, a high school san-
ior, Miami, and Judi Meitin, a
Renick to Chair NCCJ Dinner
Appointment of Ralph Renick,
vice president in charge o news
at WTVJ, as general chairman of
the 1961 Brotherhood Dinner, spon-
torcd annually by the National Con
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i t the steering committee for
the yearly event.
The dinner is planned for Tues-
day, Feb. 21, at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel. Brotherhood Week
c"ates are Feb. 19 to 26.
Bob Hope is national chairman.
and .n Florida the program Is
guided by Dr. C. D. Tharp. vice
president of the University of Mi-
ami. John Serbin and Leo A. Fur-
long, jr,
At the dinner, silver medallion
awards are made to adults and
youths who have demonstrated out-
s'anding leadership in promoting
better human relations in the Flor-
ida community. M. J, Karl, region-
al director, requested that nomina-
tions from Florida citizens be
made in writing and mailed to the
National Conference office, 305
Calumet bldg., Miami.
high school senior, Orlando, in-
stalled as presidents by Judge
Milton A. Friedman and Mrs.
Flora Supworth. Judge Friedman
is president elect of District 5.
Grand Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and
Mrs. Supworth is third vice pres-
ident of District 5, B'nai B'rith
Women. Sandier and Miss Meitin
are respective presidents of the
Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'nai
B'rith Girls.
Other Miami AZA ofifcers in-
elude Kenneth Friedman, mazkir:
Ray Gross, gizbor; Gilbert Cohen,
sopher; Ephraim Ncwmark, sho-
tare kotone BBG oficers residing
in Miami are Bonnie Frankel, first
vice president; Michell Linch, sec-
retary; Patty Oken. chaplain; and
Martha Elf on. historian.
The AZA oratory contest taw
Martin van Gelder, of Orlando,
take first place and Kenneth Fried
man. Miami, second.
The BBC. oratory content was
won by Michelle Linch. Second
place went to Eileen Rosenbloom.
Jody Koenig and Janice Duchon.
respectively, won first and second
places in the story-telling contest.
Three Schools
Get ADL Award
By Special Report
NEW YORK Harvard. Notre
Dame, and Brandcis Universities
have been selected to receive the
1960 America's Democratic Legacy
Award, it was announced here by
Henry Edward Schultz. national
chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith
The award, given annually since
1948 by vote of the League's na-
tional commission for "contribu-
tions to the enrichment of Ameri-
ca's democratic heritage."' has
previously been presented to
Presidents Eisenhower and Tru-
man. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Sen
Herbert H. Lehman, and the Car-
negie. Rockefeller and Ford. Foun-
dations, among others.
From the Miami area, national
commissioner Burnett Roth, Flor-
ida honorary chairman Leonard
L. Abess, and chairman of the
Florida board, Paul Seiderman,
will participate in the League's
deliberations.
President Nathan If. Pusey. of
Harvard. President Theodore M.
Hesburgh, of Notre Dame, and
President Abram L. Sachar, ot
Brandeis. will accept the silver
medallions on behalf of their re-
spective universities The presen-
tations are being made during the
47th annual meeting of the
League's national commission this
week at the Savoy Hilton hotel
here.
Bowling Tournament Set
Coral Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith
is sponsoring its second annual In.
terfaith Bowling Tournament Sun-
day. Jan. 29, 8:15 p.m., at Bird
Bowl, 9275 Bird rd.
Teams wishing to participate may
contact Irving Malr.ick, chairman,
2025 SW 9 st.
Nieberg to be Speaker
Sam Nieberg, president of Flor
ida State Federation i.i B'nai B'ritl
Lodges, will sp.'ak on "What is
B'nai B'rith?" at a luncheon men
ing of Miami Beach B'nai B'ritl,
on Tuesday noon at the Ritz Plaza
hotel Gershon S. Miller i> chair-
man.
Diplomat Names
Barbalat Mgr.
Carl Barbalat
Hope School Tag
Day on Friday
Friday will be Tag Day for the
Hope School for Mentallv Retarded
Children.
Members of the three chapters
which serve as supporters and fund
raisers for the non-profit, charit-
able organization will be out in
force throughout Dade county's
major shopping areas.
Angel chapter of Miami Beach,
Coral Gables chapter, and North
Miami Beach chapter will take
part in the drive. Sig Eisenberg
is president.
has been name '
nanager of th.
e w Dijiloma
in. second ma-
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he 4!io- acre Dip-
omat hotel and
'ountry Club. a<
ording to Jea i
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ng direct ir.
1 The 150 unit
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HARbALAT cated ju- north
of Hallandale Beach blvd., at the
entrance to the Country' Club, re-
ceived its first gue>ts Dec. "^).
Official opening of the Inn an,I
the Gulfstream Par Three g o 1 i
course took place Jan 4 to 6 under
the direction of Samuel Frierilam',
president. Greens fees for tha three,
day opening were donate! to the
United Funds of Broward and Dado
counties.
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noon at the Robert Clay hotel. Eli
Horowitz and Alfred Kreisler are
chairmen of the club.
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J^jar Mandler to be Speaker
Louis B. Hoberman, president ol
the Dade Men's chapter of the
American Ji*i~h C'ur:_!..~.
an-
DON
mCHAU
HAROLD
lew Regional Office Opening
[ar: i Abraham Korf has npni-
anal office "of the Merkos
1;., : ('-. ich at 2921 Shcri-
.... Mia '. Beach.
'.lerkos Is the Central Or-
17 .'en tor J sh Education,
four :.:,-. Brooklyn, X V .
byft I.uIku be. R ibbi
I. Sch in [1 cur-
ade i bi Menachem
?red Reopens
Art Studio
arren Soned. Miami artist, who
iii'1 completed a major bas-
I r Temple Beth El. is open-
Art Studio for the 10th sea-
- new quarters at 685 NE
79th Miami.
Xlasses will be under the di
reetic- of Soned, who has taught
the University of Miami and
lD?c County schools. Enroll-
Ill is in Hm afternoon from 2
from now to Jan. 10.
M. Schneers hn, and maintain- re
gional offici in Australia, Canada.
England, Israel, France. Italy, and (on Saturday, Jan.* 14*
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free*
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or 3as Mitzvah.
^Reques's sneu'd be addressed to 'Corsage for Ypj," P.O. Box
"T97Jf/vVilrni Cfla.; one "month mlcTvance. Ir.Jude trve na-ne
of the Bar or Bas Muzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blacksrone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Harry Berman
Rabbi Sol smon Schiff will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Harry
son ot Mrs. Florence Berman. 1043
SW 3 st a' i wgregation Beth El
Morocc i
The Merkos disseminates its
many publications on Chassidism,
Jewish scholarship, an: textbooks
in Hebrew and English for use
in religious schools. Rabbi Korf
said that the organization also
assists some 30,000 needy Israeli
children to receive a high school
education. Pcblic education in Is-
rael ends at the elementary
school level.
Harry attends Beth El Hebrew
school, is ei tide r
at Ada Merritl Junior High, and
plaj clai. in thi I an I,
Steven Pully
Steven ol Mr and Mrs. Ber-
nard S. Pully. 1! Ix B r Mitz-
vah at Temple Hi m rah on Satur-
day morning, Jan. 14, with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz officiating.
Steven is a student in the Tern-
i is es of monthly lunch-
discu ssio ; begii ...
da; Her.
Be.ach attorney, will be guest
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R' ception in his honor will
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pie religious school, and attends
A major activity of the Merkos Nautilus Junior Huh
Is H> system of summer camps
throughout the world The Merkos
maintains a camp for American
children at Swan Lake. NY.
Programs in Greater Miami will
include the formation of vouth
JNF, Bureau
Plan Tu B'Shevat
School Project
Harold Cypress
Saturday morning services, Jan
14. at Temple Zion will include the
Bar Mitzvah of Harold, son of Mr
and Mrs David Cypress, with Rab-
bi Alfred Waxman officiating.
Harold is an eighth grade student
at West Miami Junior High, and
is on the honor list. He is also a
member of the band.
Kiddush in his honor will be
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clubs in local synagogues. A 'Mes-
ibos Shabbos"" for youngsters will. Jewish National Fund and the
be held Saturdav afternoons. Bureau of Jewish Education are
The local branch will hold a pub-' l?unc.hin8.a Tu B'Shevat project in tendered by^his parents,
lie gathering Saturday evening at
Beth Israel Synagogue .
Position Open Immediately
fOK
YOUNG EXPERIENCED RABBI
at a Miami Conservative
Congregation. Write President,
Box 35 875, Miami 35, Fla.
Greater Miami religious schools.
Culmination will be celebrated
with a youth festival featuring the
for small hobby groups of
nit rs and advanced students
be offered as well as work-
b
Wl
shofs drawing, design dynamics. tor for
still le and painting from live
Rcppaport Receives Honors
Gil Rappaportj exceptive direc-
Zionist Organization of America,
was named an honorary member
of the Methodist Church of Lake
Worth in appreciation of over 14
addresses regarding "Israel To-
day" before Methodist groups in
Florida since his return from a
to many, leaders for out- study tour of Israel last summer
service. | Rappaport has also addressed three
Negro Baptist regional seminars.
mode !-
fci cape i -is, one commercial
alfiftl;' and painting for juniors.
8 to 14 will be available.
ltd is also well received for
hit hand illuminated scrolls pre-
Stfltt
stem
Don Robins
Bar Mitzvah of Don. son of Mr.
Hassidic folk singer and guitarist,I and Mrs. Ellis Robins, will be
Rabbi Shlomo Carelbach. celebrated Saturday morning. Jan.
Many American., studying at the. 14. at Temple Judea. with Rabbi
Hebrew University and a delega- Morris Skop officiating
tion of American officials of the ; Don is an eighth grade student at
Jewish National Fund were pres- i Ponce de Leon Junior High, a
ent in Israel when over 800 Jems- graduate of the Temple Hebrew
alem school children participated school, and a member of the Sun-
in the planting of the first saplings <*ay school for the past four years,
of the American Children's Forest Following his Bar Mitzvah. he will
of 50,000 trees on a Judean hill site enter the Confirmation Depart-
west of Jerusalem Funds for thement.
forest were raised through the Mr and Mrs Robins will host
Jewish National Fund by pupils of the Kiddu?h in his honor.
Jewish schools in the United States.
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Representative Wanted to handle gift
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to U.S.S.R. & other foreign countries.
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Hollywood Temple Beth El Dedicates
New Building in Weekend Ceremonies
bed cation of "he newly-erected
Tear i Beth E: took place last
week'nil beginning with Friday
even servii Rabbi Jay Kauf-
mar vice pre-, ier.t of the Union
^.V'-.crican Hebrew I'onj.:
tion preache 1 the dedicatory ser-
m
Bt ial dedii ition litany was
by Rah muel '/. Jaffe,
,,i leader >l he Ref< rrn Tern-
ii i \ tided a Torah
i.:ii. u h the Torah
[the
m the \ 1 eternal
111 was kind : Mi s. Martin
nan.
Sabbath candles were kindled
/.s. David Crystal and Mrs.
Idwin M. Rosent.al. Keys of the
Temple were presented to A. L.
Mailman, president of the temple
by the building committee under
Ihe co-chairmanship of Stanley
M. Beckerman and Hy J. Siegel.
Reception ; wing services was
tendered by Mr in I Mrs Joseph
Kaufman n : of their nephew.
Rabbi K.
On Sunday a dedication
dinner a the Tobin audi-
torium rected Reform
Tempi.' Dr. Sa< har, pres-
ident sity, was
n .i- by
Rabbi Will S director of
the & i hi. (uunc.il of L'AHC.
and jreel extended by
Mailman.
Dr. B a r u c h Ben Yehudah,
, chairman of the Educator's Coun-
I cil of Keren Kaymet, presided.
Speakers representing the Jew-
ish National Fund of America
included Albert Schiff, president;
Dr. Harris J. Levine, honorary
president; Mendel N. Fisher, ex-
ecutive director; Harry L. Wohl.
chairman of commission on edu-
cation.
Participating in the inaugural
ceremonies at the dedication of the
Schiff Forest near Haifa, named
in honor of Albert Schiff, national
president of the Jewish National
Fund of America, were N Nan-
mani, director of lands ::: the Gali-
lee District; Schiff, Fisher, and
\ a t b a n i e I S Rothenbi rg, JNF
counsel. Greetings were sent by
Vaacov Tsur, cha rmi n of the
board of the Keren Yayemeth,
Dr. Abraham Gri rid chair-
man ot the Kerei Kayemeth Leis-
rael.
Sidney Sokol
Sidney, son of Mr. and Mrs Mor-
ris M. Sokol. will be Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday morning. Jan. 14. at
Miami Hebrew Congregation Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan will officiate.
Sidney has attended Hebrew
school for the past six years, and
is in the eighth grade at Shenan-
doah Junior High, where he plays
clarinet in the band.
A reception in his honor will be
given at the Rita Plaza hotel Sun-
day at 7 p.m
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Glen Oumey
Temple Menorah will be the site
of the Bar Mitzvah of Glen, son ol
Mrs In ne Gurnej. 1191 71 si .
Saturday mori ii Jan 14. Rabbi
Mayer tbramowitz will officiate
Glen is a sti : in the Temple
tnd attends Nauti
lu,- Junior High
M'chae' Lubin
Michael Harry, son of Mr
Mrs. 1 mis E. Lubin, will cell'
his Bi : I mn
EI on Saturdi: n. 14. at
a m t< i \ ice. Dr. Irving Lehn
v iciate
M th grade stu-
.
il Ei El reli
His bobl im ludi

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Alberto Davila. Peruvian artist.
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Friday, January 13, jggj
Last-minute reservations are still coming in for the CIA kick-off
breakfast on Sunday. 10 a.m., at the Triton hotel. Residents
from all parts of Miami Beach will be there to open the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. Shown checkina reservation lists from
Normandy hie and North Bay Village are deft to r'ght) Scmuel
Zitner, William Bornstein. vice chairman of Beach residents
in charge of the Normandy Isle area. William Agranove and
Stanley Feil.
Norton Pallot
Biscayne VP
E. Albert Pallot, president of
Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.. announces that Noi an s.
Pallot has boon named a vice
iclont of tho savings institute
A member ot the board of di-
rectors of Biscayne Federal. Pal-
lot is president ol the N i >n Tire
Co and chairman of the .. Ivisorj
council of the B. F. Goodrich Co
Pallot also announced the pro-
motion of Richard C. Scholman
as assistant vice president of
B'scayne Federal, and Walter
Heir.isch to the post of mortgage
loan officer.
A native of Miami. Schulman is
;i graduate i : the i ruversitj ol .Mi-
ami, and has served as .1 mor
loan officer at Biscayne Fed< 1
A Hialeah resi lent H
lived In Dade count) since 1954.
Ho has been ated with !'.i-
cayne Federal fornearlj tv j >. irs
El Al Hosfs Religious School Students;
To Spenser Special Art Competition Here
Leo Gardner (right), manager of El Al Israel Airlines here, and
his wife, Miriam (left\ member of the Beth Torah faculty, ex-
amine ajt works offered by first participants in the new El Al-
sponsored, city-wide contest on "Exodus -Then and Now."
Students are rmchael Borenstein. Yisroel Rakusin, and Jeffrev
Raymond, president of the Beth Torah Junior Congregation.
El Al Israel Airline
an enthusiastic group ol ovei
students ol B< th Tors 1
tion aeligious school in
fices at 1802 Washington ave., Mi-
ami Beach, on Sunday. Featured
was a special shov ing ol Isr 1
paintings on exhibit by the Jerus-
alem Art Center
Miriam Gardner, wife of the
El Al manager here, who teaches
at Beth Torah, is coordinating a
movement among metropolitan
Jewish religious school faculties
to give teen-agers personal tours
of the exhibit. Steven Weininger,
1102 NE 179 ter.. West Holly
wood, rabbi ef the Junior Con-
gregation, speke on "Exodus
Now and Then," as did Abraham
Gittelson. director of education
of Beth Torah.
Miss Yurika Mann, director <>(
the Jerusalem Art Center, discuss
od the artists and paintings on ex-
hibit.
In conjunction with the "Exo-
dus" filming, El Al will sponsor
an art c 0 n test lor teen-agers
throughout Greater Miami Kick-
oil for this event presented an
works i>\ Yisroel Rakusin, Michael
Weiss Opens
Catering Service
Sol Weiss, operator of Sol's Kosher
Meat Market for the p isl ten yea -
at 744o' Collins ave., Miami Beach,
has announced 'ho opening, bj pop
ular request, of a catering depart
ment, to be know:: as Sand-Ell
Kosher Catering
Weiss said that before comil
Fl hi,la he had many year experi
enee in this lino at mountain resort
hotol> in New York state.
Tho catering department, as the
meat market, will be strict!) kosh r
said Weiss.
One of tho first large aft airs
catered by Sand-Ell was the New
Year's eve celebration at Temple
Menorah with more than 200
pre*
Weiss announce e new
catering firm welcomes inqi
[from the public, and that free con
sultation without obligation 0 bo
cial functi< as is a ivaj ..\ail;
Levy Will
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New Jamaica Cruises Listed
The completely air conditioned
SS Yarmouth will -ail from down-
town Miami on a series of six-day
Jamaica cruises Ports of call arc
Port Antonio and Kingston. Ja-
maica.
The six-day cruises >ail Satur-
days. Feb. 4 and 13: Mar. 4 and
25; Apr. 8. 22. and 29 They return
tho following Fridays Rates remain
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all meals and the ship
as hotel all the way.
serving
Foreign Policy Body Here
Sponsored by the Foreign Policy
Assn.. a forum discussion of "Great
Decisions 1961" will be held at
the Miami Public Library on Fri-
day, Jan. 20. at 7:30 p.m. Clem J
Lippman will be panel moderator
There i. ample lime ashore to
enjoy all .>! Jamaica's beauty and
unique sport' of river-rafting, as
well as the bargains In Free Port
native shop? Cruises arrive in Port
Antonio at noon Mondays, remain
until 1 am, continue to Kin.
jirivm-' at 8 am., and leaving 1
a.m.. the following day
In charge of information is East
em Shipping Corporation, Pier 3.
Miami
Harry Levy. Miami Beach insur-
ance executive, will be installed
as executive member of the Demo-
cratic Club of Miami Beach at the
Saxonj not* I on Sundaj evei
Feb 26
Levy is past : ol the
Democratic Club of Miami B
< I the Dade Men's l lub of U <
American Jewish C >ngr< ss
He !> past presid
Sons ol Israi is a: present
special deputy for the Vliami an ..
for the Free Son- ol Israel.
Levj u firs) vice president
the Creator Miami Accidei I
Health I'nderw riters, a mem 11
the Cm >| Miami Beat
and star< lin ctor of 1
Lea Exl
gall ng
Collins Named Administrator
l': Wi am s Currie
chairman 1 t the board of the ne
Osteopathic General Hospital, cur
rently under construction in \ 1
Miami Beach, announced that Da-
vid Collins will become the fa
pital's administrator when it open-
its doors in the Summer ot 1881
Collins ha- held a similar post at
Biscayne Osteopathic Hospital since
1946
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Center Excirtive Retiring
By Special Report
NEW YORK-Dr. Philip R. Cold-
stein, pioneer in the Jewish Com-
tnunity Center movement of the
I'nited States, is retiring at the end
of January after more than 40
years on the staff of the National
Jewish Welfare Board. Since 1848,
Dr. Goldstein has been a member
of JWB's fund-raising division.
Torah Junior
ioster
e.ite-
to 12 a 13 I 16.
This is I 'broad pro-
; VI Israel
.. ^ -, : I the Bar
Mi:,". ea '
Te< :: T urs : 1 Israel" will give
ihe } r Mitn ih and Bai
\i tzv th ..- n ell .1- those in the
age PP "'
tunitj visit Israel in specially-
organizi d
Th II visit with
Israeli I um and
hosti Is
Tours will include informative
vis:>s to outstanding sites in the
h story of the Jewish people and
their oresent redevelopment of
the land of Israel.
shown such
tat 1
I for sum m i"
sess s in hrai' at the He-
bn n University an I Technion,
: is al 1 -' rtiv<
univers ti -
Th;- for El Al
Regina Sarfaty, mez
soprano, will be guest c: .
or with Mme. Renata T
di at the Opera Guild Bal
Ian. 27 at the Fontaineb
hotel. First Guild piodu
of the season, starring M
Tebaldi, will be "Andre
Chenier," bv Giordano, o:
Jan. 23 and 28 at Dade C
tv Auditorium and Jan. 25 z
M;ami Peach Auditorium.
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.ionists Will
Hear Osherof f
jLt-c Osherofi. former Miami
ach Young Adult Zionist leader,
Was one of the tirst youths oi
southeast region to make his
1 in I-rael. will be guest speak-
the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
Luncheon Club on Wednesday.
p.m in the Ri;/ Plaia hotel!
i :I. who has resided in Is-
l for the past it years, is visit-
h.s father, ai Osheroff, oi \ii-
>> i .<-te:-aii /imisi leader
Now .i resident of Tel Aviv, he was
|l*\i<".is|> nva-j. in :he hotel in-
4as'-f\ .n isra.i. and is ,, present
Sli'-nini; and constructing exhibits
displays for expositions in Is-
fel and Europe.
[hiring his studies in Florida uni-
pities, Osherofi was one of the
Bona) leaders of the inter-col-
fciate Zionist Federation of Amer-
and was active in the Greater
imi Zionist Youth Commission
the Young Judea movement
lacob C. Fishman is chairman
'the Luncheon Club. Dr. Abra-
will review the latest news.
vJcnist) florisKtan
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Prices on Rise in Israel;
Taxes Also Due for Boost
Pi Lambda Phi
Has Election
Tile following officers of the
Greater Miami Pi Lambda Phi
Alun \ssti u.re elected at the
Dupe: I'la/.i hu:el recently:
L Ro) i; I. she\m. president; Jay
in and Lou Wechsler. vice
Idents: Arthur Sheldon, secre
and Morn- Levitt, treasurer.
pointed chairman of the board
IStei was Leonard Wien. Jo-
Lipton, president of Dade
bral. and Paul Marks, president
r Federal, were named
pad the steering committee ol
frustee board.
jfc new association will meei
on th- third Wednesday oi each
^Hth and is open to all a:
ami associates of Pi Lambda Phi.
Tommy Kavanaugh. local United Cerebral Palsy theme child,
enlists the aid of Mrs. Milton Weintraub. 2135 SW 25th ter.,
Sc,0^]067 Bishop, headline comedian, in kicking off
the 1861 CF Telethon campaign. Mrs. Weintraub and Bishop
helped Tommy officially open the Telethon headquarters. 1106
Lincoln rd., Miami Beach, on the occasion oi the noted comic's
recent appearance here. The Telethon, Florida's 10th annual
production, will be held in Miami Beach Auditorium on Jan. 28.
's. Sterling
isses Away, 51
Libby Sterling. 51. of 945
fon?o ave.. Coral Gables, passed
Wednesday. The wife of
lie Sterling. Mrs. Sterling came
[30 years ago from Minneapolis.
was a member of Beth David
regation. Hadassah. and Na-
ll Council of Jewish Women, in
jon to many other organiza-
le is survived, in addition to
her husba-id. by two sons. Stanley
I Ri lei- a daughter. Mrs. Judith
TWeissel: her mother. Mrs. Rose
f: a brother. Gerald: two MS-
Mrs Thelma Patterson and
Dorothy Schemer; and three
^children, all of Miami.
rvices will be held tcda> (Fri-
*3'. 11 a.m.. at Gordon
feral Home, [nti will fol-
lin the fa mil} plot a1 Mi N<
Adelphi Slates
Testing Series
v- nth and tenth trade students
in the Adelphi preparatory and
schoi i study program will be
e i-i1 le to take tests prepare;! and
admin stered I j Science R< s<. rch
ASS( (.1 Chicago on Saturday.
Mar. 11. at Adelphi, S 10 NE 7
These annual examinations pro-
vide scores in English, social
i< s, mathematics, natural science
and word usage, and help students
plan their high school and college
courses.
'The tests also enable the teach-
' ers to spot talented students." c\-
plained Lester Rosenthal. Adelphi-
principal, "so that they may re-
ceive realistic guidance and moti-
: vation early in their education ca-
| reer."
National Merit Scholarship qual-
' ifying tests for juniors will be giv-
! en the same day.
In recognition of their ability,
the top-ranking 25 percent of test
participants in the state will re-
ceive Certificates oi Educational
Development.
Peruvian Art Collection
A selection of Peruvian textiles
from one of the leading private
i i lions si pre-Columbian art
:n the United States will be fea-
tured in a new show opening to the
public Fridaj at 'he University of
J and Emily Lowe Art
Gallery To be supplemented by
art objects <>n loan and works from
the Gallery s permanent collcc-
ibition. entitled \n
cienl Peruvian ArtThe John C.
Collection." will include some
60 works lectc.! bj Gallery di-
rector C. Clay Aldridge.
National Shoe Show
National Shoe Show of Miami
Beach will be held Sept. 24 to 27.
1961. with exhibit rooms at the
Fontainebleau and Barcelona ho-
tels. Jack Rauch is president of the
show.
JERUSALEM JTA) Trices
went up in Israel this i eh as a
result ei higher taxes on Certain
commodities and sen ic< -
sit a ted bj the higher budgi I I r
the next fiscal year beginning
Apr 1.
Increase in tax into i I
feet on cigarets and < smetics, bus
tares and horisehold goods, sail S
and investments. The new budget,
presented to the Knesset by Fi-
nance Minister Levi Eshkol. calls
for total 19611932 expenditures
of I 1.869.000.000 | f 1,046,550,000
That means an increase ol about
11 percent over the current budget.
The new taxes will cover part of
the nearly I 200.000.000 ($112.-
000.000) increases in expenditures.
Mr. Eshkol said.
The Finance Minister said his
Ministry had to decide between
two alternatives for increasing
income: It could impose high tax
increases on a small number of
commodities; or raise the tax by
smalt amounts on a large number
of goods and services. The Min-
istry, he said, chose the latter
course to avoid general price
increases and a spiraling course
of inflation.
The Finance Ministry estimate-
that the tax increases wi!l stay
within a range of 10 percent to
15 percent, and will not result in
mere than a one-point increase in
the*coal of living index. Thus. Mr
eel out. there will be
no need to raise wages to bring
earn in1 s up to the new cost of liv-
ing index.
Even after the tax Increases
have gone into full effect, Mr. Esh-
kol declared, the general public's
posal income" will still be 1J
perci ni : igher next year, by com-
pan-en with "he present fiscal pe-
riod. The Finance Minister warned
the public, however, thai while ex
ports are increasing. Israel's trade
deficit is still growing, since im-
ports are rising in value at a fast-
er rate than exports
Of the total, some I 445,000,-
is allocated for
lent, and about I200,000,-
000 i St 12.000.1.'io i for -peeial allo.
catii :- and debt repayments. About
a quarter of the ordinary budget,
or I 200.000.000 ($168,000,000 is
earmarked for the Defense Mini-
stry.
A similar sum is budgeted for
the Ministries of Education. Ural h,
Labor and Social Welfare, includ-
ing appropriations for state hous
ing. The .Ministry for Religious Af.
fairs will receive nearly I6.000.-
000 (S3.360.0001 an increase of
about a hall million Israeli pounds
over the current budget.
Home Chapter
Meets Wednesday
Next regular meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach chapter of the Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren will take place on Wednes-
day. 8:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach
Federal Savings and Loan bldg.,
407 Lincoln Road Mall.
Plans will be finalized for a forth-
coming sweater fashion show
luncheon. Also on the agenda will
be discussion of a membership
cocktail party to spur the chapter's
current drive lor new members
Mr-. Milton Koch will preside
over the open meeting.
.Vor/fi Shore Chapter Luncheon
Ni rth Shore chapter ol B'nai
B th Women will hold its "An-
nual Inn to Wonderland" luncheon
Wednesday noon at the Americana
hotel. Featured will be a fashion
show Co-chairmen are Mesdames
George Baltuch and Fay Schwartz.
LEGAL NOTICE
The Israeli Parliament mean-
while this week started studying
the new 1961-62 budget.
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THOMAS E. McNALLY
' '' EUl lid aVl led I ll
m a n emtx r ol th< Miami B< u h
H I.." I. ;: ml lie' .11-
*o. Suivivini: un hi- wife, Hannah:
twja da i .. ti I .. -. r\ -
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Ckdfcel. Wa-t.miM. ii ,.ve.
Miami Dentists
Attend Confab
Over l.ooo persons attended the
annual me< I I the Alpha
Omega (int-'il fraternity at the
a Park hotel n Washing
ton. D.i oi Dec 27 to 31.
renting $
. entists 5. ai Cat
ada, discussed it.- fini | sh for
ng $1,500 the new den-
tal -'.hool In Israel, which was
founded by the fraterr.
The Florida delegation was led
by Dr Ceor^e Graham, re-ent lor
the stati and Dr. Harold Friedman,
local president. Others from this
area who attended were Drs. Mur-
ray Smith. Jack M i s h k in. Art
fin en. Henry Green. Everett Bias-
berg. Morton Rosenbluth. and Lou-
I is Coverman.
&
ABRAHAM SLUNG
f 15*6 l-.x-i ave., died Jan t.
V.< s ,i '.-; ir ill lh<
frono 1 o i \ U)<. K\ .
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th Israel Conara:atloD, B'nii
Zlon ists Burvlvor*
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-iii. Mi mortal <"h.., ,. So mand
SAMSON DAVIDSON
71, ol 181! Mei Idlan i -\ Jan '.
tie a retli U di -- i in ifi
and < ;i" "in > r.tnv D, !'i' M. ...i-
hi r '. Temtili En I
;.-h National Worker* Alliance of Mi-
ami i e 'i and a / rturvlvora
Include i wife. Bertha; a son, two
1.1 u| :.'.-. a brother and I slsti -
es were Jan. v lo lw. rld<
mi;: i : N. TiiiiTniy I-1.
HUGO WEINER
i'< t'l eMl I > 1X ii illi .1.
here f ahl >*eara aao from
Bkee and was a member of T< m
Tarniil. BurviVlDU Wife,
MRS. TILLE JAKER
. i f 100 Pennaj Ivai a avi died
.- he eami I i years ai
kiyn and I
husband Bam: brnthi
i
vi Han 1-. Mr.-
Mrs i Pi .... i y,,
Bather K.ui>n tnd Mrs Helen
and a -"n. Irving Ja ki i raa Ii
Brooklyn with Riverside Memorial
Chapel in oharse U ally
Into orbit went this champagne cork fired by "space man"
Bernie Blanck at the reopening of Marvel, newly-redesigned
fur scion end custom dry cleaning establishment at 16 Miracle
Mile, Coral Gables. Bianck, operator oi three Greater Miami
men's wear shops, is president of the Coral Gables Chcmber
cf Commerce. Attendina him in the ccrk-poppir.g ceremony
is Mrs. Lucile P. Neher. owner of Marvel. Decor of the new
Marvel is blue. Visitors are hailing it as one of the most beau-
tiful houses of fine furs not only in the south, but in the nation
Note the Blanck look reflecting the stress of the spaceah
er we mean, the champaane age.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< ITI< i: is HEREBY GIVEN
!> ni Ii : -r- i>i 'i. denlrlns lo rna&K' n
. n. lit i.ni- n.ini. of
rtK.SORT<;ril>E& BSO >RT SERVICE
... :. ."i-l.-.i Bids., Miami intends
tn realxtrl -.'.id n.ini. with i In (Mi I k
. '-i thi i; i '..in i of I >ad< < tuuntt.
Pl> Ida.
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B Ik< Ti :. Iman A Albei i
Attnrm \ for Vi'i'li. ..ni
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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