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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE 1VNM UNITY and THE JEWISH WEffCIY
>lume 34 NUMBER 3
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 20, 1961
Two Sections Price 20?
NOTED AMERICAN ZIONIST URGES INCREASING BIPARTISANSHIP IN' YEARS AHEAD
verwhelming Democratic Affiliation 'Danger' to U.S. Jewry
By MORTIMER MAY
The recent election evoked a
i -. ussion of religious matters as
\er before One of its facets
,-as the prominence given by
ools to voting by religious
clips. This situation brought
I he atten'ion of the American
niblic the marked aberration Hi
).. Jewish vote: that it exceeded
80 percent lor the Democratic
candidate. Indeed, t h e polls
shorn that no voting group, whe-
ther by religion, national origin.
occupation or geography, ap-
proached the loyalty ot the Jew
to one party. The figures as to
the Jewish position produced
much comment and equal ciisbe-
lief.
The percentages, however, arc
accurate In the first place, this
election and other tests have de-
monstrated that such polls as Gal-
lup and Roper are most reliable
that they miss their marks at
most by only a few percentage
po:nts. We have, n oreover, ii
the case ol the Jewish voter much
corroborative i I'idencc:
(1) Among rabbis, educators,
and Jewish social workers, the
adherence to the Democratic Par-
ty is well-nigh unanimous,
(2) The Yiddish and Anglo-Jew-
ish press is likewise virtually
unainmoilS. I: may well be that
not one supported Nixon
(3) In the election to the House
of Representatives. 12 Jews were
chosen: 11 Democrats, 1 Repub-
lican. Thi. type of ratio has been
consistent for long years.
(4) A personal reference:
About S years ago when I was
a member of the Presidents Con-
fc-ence (Club), we called on Sec-
retary Dulles. Prior to the call,
we discussed our plans. I asked
if I was the only Republican. The
answer was unanimously "yes."
Of the presidents of 17 major
Jewish organiiaticns, the ratio
Continued on Page 6-A
en-Gurion Resignation Averted 'Til Sunday
DR. GLUECK DELIVERS BENEDICTION
Vide Won Out Over
Prejudice in Stunning
IFK Presidential Feat j
By Special Report
\KW YORK Two foremost political analysts, on the basis of
kpendent studies of Presidential election results, agreed here this
|k that the religion of John F. Kenned) helped bring him his decisive
Dry in the electoral college. Mr. Kennedy will be inaugurated Friday.
Cabinet Postpones Meet
In Last-Minute Attempt
To Avoid Forcing Decision
PRIME MINISTER BEN-GURION
... partial retraction
committee ol cabinet minsters to
'rinz Advises
[ionism Quit
By Special Report
11ILADELPHIAThe president
Ihe American Jewish Congress
Cd this week for dissolution of
[Zionist movement and its mer-
mto a world body dedicated
h< unity of the Jewish people. ;
mii is deadlong live the
sh people was the theme ol an
rc~- by Dr. Joachim I'rmz. "I
lark, N.J., to the national GO
pi Council of the American
sh Congress in the Warwick
Pl here.
)r. Prim, a rabbi and life-long
Lnist, said that creation of the
kte of Israel had fulfilled the
tpese of Zionism. What was
^ded now, he asserted, was "a
and dynamic movement to
Continued on Page 10-A
Political scientist Louis M. Bonn.
former economic advisor to the
Department of Argiculture. told
the 47th annual meeting of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith at the Savoy Hilton hotel
that the election statistics show
that Catholic pride" was a strong-
er factor than -anti-Catholic pre-
judice"' in bringing about Ken-
nedy's victory.
He was supported in this view
by Samuel Lubell, who conducts
independent political surveys na-
Continued on Page 8-A
JTA- By Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMA special meeting of the Israel Cabinet called for
Tuesday to deal with the government crisis developing out of Prime
Minister David Ben-C.urion's struggle with Histadrut secretary general
I'mhas Lavon was postponed at the last minute until Sunday.
The postponement was made*
mi. oiy h\ ihe failure Ol a special work out a compromise formula for
consideration and action by the lull
cabinet to end the massive struggle.
The decision to delay the cabi-
net meeting also was meant to
avoid forcing the question of resig-
nation and to provide more time
to try to persuade the Prime Min-
ister to agree to a peace formula.
JERUSALEM(JTA)Thfl Zionist Actions Committee will convene1 The special committee had been
on Apr. 26 to elect a new Jewish Agency executive, according to a assigned the task of: working out
decision this week b> the outgoing executive The -*<- J ^tSZSSX iEX
present executive was extended by the World Zionist Congress when the ^ ^ ^ ^^^ committee
parties failed to agree on the composition of a new body.
Goldman. rVZO Chief Again;
Reveal Sharett Agency Status
The outgoing executive, which
was reconstituted with the replace-
ment of Yaacov Tsur, Yehuda Bra-
UN Given AJCommittee's
Plan to Rap Anti-Semitism
t NITED NATIONS(JTA)The American Jewish Committee this
week submitted a number ot recommendations to the United Nations
mi Besting effective actions to counter worldwide racial and religious
oreiudice The recommendations were included in a report submitted
in. the central Jewish bod) to the United Nations Subcommission on
Prevention ol Discrimination and Protection ol Minorities. ____
The American Jewish Commute
findings of a ministerial committee
which cleare I Mr. Lavon of respon-
sibility for a disastrous security
ginski and Meir Grossman by form- mjshap in 1954. which brought
BT Premier Moshe Sharett. Ahior about his forced resignation a >ear
Zisling and llaim Levanon. rcspec- later as Defense Minister,
nvelv establiched two permanent
ommitSs! One committee tor Tr* Prime Minister, sUtemcn
activities m the Diaspora, will be last week before a crucial meeting
headed by Sharett. while a commit- o !'"', Mapai central committee
5 or activities in Israel sill be charged that the ministers com-
headed by Dr. Israel Goldstein, who '
recentl) settled in Jerusalem.
Sharett agreed to preside ever
the Jerusalem session of the
executive during the absence of
Dr. Nahum Ooldman-i, who will
remain as chairman, but was
leaving for New York anti will
Continued on Page 11-A
"miscarriage of justice, half truths,
and bias."
Caucuses of the parties v hich are
members ol the Prime Minister's
coalition government decided Won-
laj thai either the Prime Minister
had to retract these charges, which
hey agreed were tantamount to a
Continued on Page 2-A
0*. JOACHIM PHINZ
,.. movement dead
(report has also been submitted to
he Slate Department and to the
American delegation to the t nited
Nations, with a view to aiding the
U s Government in cooperating
with the United Nations inquirj in-
to anti-Semitism and similar forms
Of racial and religious hostility,
which was initiated following the
swastika-smearing incidents last
year.
The report traces the chain re-
action of anti-Semitic outbursts
which began with the swastika-
smearing of a synagogue on
Christmas eve, 1959, in Cologne,
West Germany. It lists the most
i active neo-Nazi and anti-Semitic
groups operating in Europe, Latin
Continued on Page 16-A
RECEPTION WILL PRECEDE DINNER SUNDAY
CJA Leaders to Hear Mayor Wagner
Community interest is running high as final arrangements are being
made this week tor the Combined Jewish Appeal leadership dinner to
take place Sunday. 7 p.m., in the Imperial room of the Eden Hoc hotel
at which Mayor Robert F. Wagner, of New York City, will bt- guest
ol honor. *
A reception honoring the Max or
will be held in the Pavilion room
at 6:;:o p.m.. just prior to the din-
ner.
The reception committee is head
ed by Ernest Janis, a campaign
' vice chairman. Honorary chair-
men Of the committee are Mayor
1). Lee Powell, ol Miami Beach,
and Mayor Robert King High, of
Miami. Included in the commit-
tee .ire 6L> prominent Miami civic
and communal leaders who were
former residents ol Nev Y> rk and
continue to retain communal ties
between the two cities.
"The leadership dinner will cli-
max campaign activities in the
Initial Gifts Division and give ad-
ded inspiration to tr.ose men and
women who are actively involved
in our campaign," general cam-
paign chairman Joseph M. Lipton
said Wednesday.
C< chairmen ol Ihe initial cuts
Continued on Page 3 A


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Page 2-A
*JeniitFhirii^ii^r'
Friday, January 23, H==
Ben-Gurion Resignation Averted Until Sunday
^Aw u .., A had H
witnesses
once for a confi ^itk i
Rebbe.
The Badtforer T: uCCI
anted b> wven
Continued from Page 1-A
statement oi non-confidence in his
ewn cabinet minsters, or that the
cabinet would have to resign.
The Prime Minister has threaten
td to resign if ihe cabinet refused
t reverse itsell on a vole of ap-
proval for tht ministerial commit-
tee clearance oi Mr. Lavon
After Mr Ben (Jurion had indi-
cated that he was willing to make it
clear th;.t his statement was not
intended to be a rejection on ;he
integrity of the cabinet ministers.
Ihe special committee of minister*
worked until late Monday ni^ht try-
ing to work out a retraction form-
ula acceDtable to both the Prime
It developed, however, that the
Prime Minister was willing to re-
tract the charge of bias but not
those of a "miscarriage of jus-
tice" and "half truths." His stand
proved unacceptable to many cab-
inet ministers, particularly to
Justice Minister Pinhas Rosen,
who headed the ministerial com-
mittee.
Under the circumstances, the
Justice Minister reportedly said he
pone the cabinet meeting and
avoid forcing the issue ol resi
tion and at the same time proi
additional time to try to persui i
he Prime Minister to agree to a
full retraction of his critids n ol
ministerial committee and its find-
ings,
Earlier, in a dramatic move aim
cd at saving the Israel cabinet from
falling. President Izbak Ben-Zvi
summoned Premier Ben-Gurion and
1 seven other members of the cabinet
The Ben-Zvi move, however,
has not so'ved W cf the fu da-
mental difficulties as v. Fol-
lowing Hit conference in M e
Presidsnt's home, the ministers
went on to the recular Sunday
meeting of the cabinet but Mr.
Ben-Gurion did not join them. He
retur.-ed fo his "leave," a vaca-
tion on which he started officially
last month.
At thecabinei meeting, Mr Rosen
i\ he had made
The Combined Jewish Appeal registered cams in the Profes-
sions Division recently as a result of fund-raising by a group
cf Miami dentists. Snown checkina totals at a meetina held
Ol "he home of Dentists chairman, Dr. Melvin Becker (seated
left are CJA chairman Joseph M. Lipton and Dr. Harold Fried-
man. Standing ere Dr. George Graham, Dr. Louis Covermcn,
end Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK
M. LIEBERMAN & SONS
and succeeded in securing their repeated a proposal
agreement "to make an all-out ef previously, calling for the resigns-
fort to restore conditions tor fur-
ther collaboration and the normal
working ot the cabinet."
A communique to this effeel was
sued following the meeting in the
President- residence, which lasted
two and a half hours. The com
munique was issued on behalf of the
eight cabinet members participa-
ting m the talk, including Prei
Ben-Gurion Sunda; was tht firsi
time since D c 25 when Mr I
Gurion sts ki oi
meeting that ehad met w itl I
other minisl -
[n a resignation I
rom Mr. Ben-Gurioi tl
threats of quit
Jusl ice 1
were voici
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of Police
been member."
comroitti
have
themselvi -
At ti;' y
home. Mr
stood to ha>
attacks against I le ministi
mittee's Hi eclarinj hi
not questii nit oup's
rity but only its i ic ui He
emphasized his belief that tht < n
tion of the entire government.
Meanwhile, a rot her highly
charged even- that occurred late
Sundaj night was revealed here, li
involved an appeal made directlj
(0 Mr Ben 'air Ofl bj the revered
Si orer Rebut. to remain In his
lion at the n ol Israel's
gov< n nn i'.
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Difpicn. se:v;ng with Cal Kovens and Bing Kossoff, increased
hi pledge over last year and urged all members of his industry
to respond to "the call of community conscience in 1961." With
hiip-ore CJA general campaign chairman Joseph M. Lipton
Louib Me: :er and Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater
Mian: Jewish Federation, who delivered the principal address
at gjecer.r =:r.:ier of the Real Estate and Construction Division
Lecture Series On Labor Law
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The L'nnt'r-. of Miami is pre-
senting a I -trios on labor-
managemr: itions and labor
law, which w,;; i-.jly.7f current la-
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Auction. We [> iv ail advertising costs.
Competitive b'dd rig brings top value.
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lade Commonwealth Bldg.
tical and survej form.
Lecturers are Herbert B. MintZ,
a former general attorney of the
National Labor Relations Boaid and
now ;; member of the Saw irm of
I'allot. Silver. Pallot. Stern and
Mints: and Dr. James C. Vadakin,
an arbitrator, am! professor of eco-
nomic .ind indus.nai relati ins,
The series will be given at the
Columbus hob I on five Wednes-
days, starting Jan. 25. from 7:30 to
9:30 p.m.
Registration fee of S15 for the
series may be sent to Dr. Dan Stein-
hoff. Evening Division, University
Ol Miami. Coral Gables. Fla.
Continued from Page 1-A
Division are A. J. Harris and Ju-
lian VVeinkle. both veteran leaders
of previous CJA drives.
Mrs Bernard Stevens heads the
hostess committee, a group ->i wo-
men who have long identified with
local welfare and philanthropic
activities. They Include the fol-:
lowing
Me-dames Leo Chaikm. Emil
Priedlander, Inez Krensky, Sam-
uel Lipton. Fay Ablin Robbins. Sam
Simonhoff, .Milton Sirkin and Louis.
Glasser.
Mesdames Arthur Rosichan, Sam
Blank. Das id Catsman. Stanley
Frehling, George Goldberg. San A.
Goldstein, Kmil Gould. Albert A
Green. Sam J. Heiman and Joseph
Morris.
Mesdames Jack Popick, Meyer
Bakin, Ben Blum. Leo Eisenstein.
Charles Susskind. Harold Thruman
and William W'eintraub.
Mesdames Jay Kislak. Sidney
Lefcourt, William Lehrman. Joseph
M Lipton. Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
A J. Molasky and Harold Rand.
Mayor Wagner is known for
his boldness and courage in sol-
ving human problems. He was
born on April 20, 1910, and has
been in public office since 1937,
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Sam J. Heiman. president of the
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while in Richmond. h<< will confer
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people."
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in office, it is reported that more
new schools have been opened, and
larger sums have been appropri-
ated for public education than in
any simitar period in anj previous
administration.
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plan for city employees, embody-
ing the principal of equal pay for
equal work." and Social Security
coverage was. for the firsl time,
made available to muncipal emplo-
yee-
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crimination, Mayor Wagner ha>
established the Commision on In-
tergroup Relations as part of the
basic structure of city government,
designed to bring about mutual
understanding between all groups
and to eliminate bigotry. The Ma-
yor supported and signed into law
the Sharky-Brown-Isaacs Bill, ban-
ning discrimination in the sale and
rental of privately owned hous-
ing.
Mayor Wagner has expanded
the research facilities of city
agencies doing basic work in the
fields of cancer, heart disease,
mental illness, and rheumatic
diseases, and brought to comple-
tion the city's 5200,000,000 hospi-
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RAY U. BINDER CorresDonden'
CJA Leaders Set the Pace
Mayor Robert F. Warmer, of New Yoik City
v 1 address lendsis oi the Combined Jewish
A; peal on Sunday evening at c dinner meet-
ir r in the Eden Roc hotel.
The Ma/or has had a colorful career; he
Jerks forward to even broader horizons of MTV*
in the years ahead. Speculation with re-
spect to his future in the new Administration in-
c'. des the possibility of his nomination as
America's next Ambassador to Israel or Ireland.
Israel is one of the reasons for which Mayor
. jgner will be speaking here this weekend.
Fcr Israel is a major beneficiary of our annual
Ccmbined Jewish Appeal. In 1961. CJA leaders
fece the kind of chcllenge that goes beyond the
scope and magnitude of others in previous
years.
We have spoken often enough in these
cc'.umns about local and national Jewish needs
about the services provided by CJA dollars.
By now, the messaae is clear: Greater Miami's
central agencies and the beneficiaries, nation-
ally and abroad, of the Jewish community's
cr.nual drive depend upon these dollars.
The more important issue is not another
interpretation of the Combined Jewieh Appeal
crency structure, which by now should prove
redundant to well-informed Dade countians. but
a realistic recognition of the currently strained
philanthropic atmosphere.
The strain is reflected in still-unfulfilled CJA
pledges made during the 1960 campaign. It is
rerlected in the general community structure,
whose United Fund failed to achieve this year's
goal. It is reflected in a variety of signposts
cJong the way, each of which may spell prob-
lems.
Greater Miami's central Jewish fund-raising
organization got underway guickly to meet the
challenge of the 1961 season, with the appoint-
ment last summer of Joseph Lipton as chairman
an appointment unprecedented for speed.
CJA leaders must now set the pace to match the
auspicious "inaugural." Behind them will full
a well-informed and willing Jewish community
to assure a successful campaign.
Mayor Wagner's visit here this weekend
should prove a colorful event along the path
toward the achievement cf the major needs of
the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal.

America's New President
John Fitzpatrick Kenned" becomes the 25th
President of the United States at inaugural cere-
monies in Washington on Friday,
The hopes of the free world now lie in this
43-yecr-old man the youngest evei to be elected
tc the nation's highest office. They lie in his
vision and his couraae. Thev will be realized
to the extent that he is truly capable of marshal-
ling his creative talents and applyina them to
successful solutions c; pa pressing prob-
lems both at home end abroad.
Mr. Kennedy takes office in the wake of a
:-.000-word polemic delivered by Premier
Nikita Khrushchev on Tuesday-c re-oort ind -
eating 'hat the Communists already feel assured
cl triumph in their international aims. He takes
Office in the shadow of Khrushchev's reaffirma-
m of "peaceful co-existence" as another
weapon in the arsenal desianed to achieve
Communist world domination whhout so much
cs firing a shot.
The Khrushchev polemic set the stcge for
what prudent observers believed to be another
strategically-timed Soviet effort to hurl a man
into space, thus earning a two-wav DropTgan-
cistic victory: one more successful Russian at-
tempt in this hotly contested field; reemphasis of
America's laaajnr: space programs on the eve
cf Mr. Kennedy's inauguration.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew
Union College, will recite from the ancient
Hebrew priestly benediction durina his blessina
of the nation's new President at the inauaural
Friday: 'Mav the Lord lift up His countenance
unto thee and grant thee peace."
So far as the free world is concerned, this
is an aspiration devoutly to be wished.
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Another Report on Textbooks
A report before a meeting of the Anti-
Defamation League in New York City highlights
an admission by U.S. publishers that the text-
books they put out year after year for the use
of the nation's students fall far behind the levels
of excellence competent educators would like
to see incorporated in them.
There should be no surprise in this sad fact.
A study of the texts used in the schools in Phil-
adelphia last year, for example, came up with
similar findings. The study dealt particularly
with the manner in which textbook writers pre-
sented the Nazi Third Reich for high school his-
tory students.
What stimulated the survey was the world-
wide spate of swastika desecrations following
the Christmas eve, 1959 vandalism of the new
synagogue in Cologne, Germany.
Found by a special committee was a
singular lack of objective reporting in Philadel-
phia's texts. "Explanations" of Hitlerian policy
were mounted on a synthetic view of Nazi aims,
which matched in sheer gall the best tongue-in-
cheek attitudes of the Nazis, themselves, with
respect to Third Reich economic and social "re-
forms." anti-Semitism, and other policies central
to Hitler's aims.
Nothing, of course, ever ccme of the Phila-
delphia committee's recommendations. Is it
conceivable that nothing will come of the latest
report on the nation's textbooks? At a time
when our new President seems so purposefully
dedicated to giving America's school systems
the financial and intellectual shot in-'.he-arm
they have long needed this would indeed, be
a wasteful prospect.
*y -
t
I.:-
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
'I'tirwi .
The Crisis PostponedAgain
President Ben-Zvi's role m the present Israel
cabinet crisis disproves the off-hand view of his
effice as honorary." Meetinas at his home
early this week postponed a precipitous cabinet
session scheduled for Tuesday, during which
resignations by Prime Minister Bcn-Gurion and
other high-ranking cabinet members might
easily have taken place.
Although the impasse between Mr. Ben-
Gurion and Pinhas Lavon, secretary aeneral of
Histadrut, seems wider than ever these days, a
perceptible degree of cooling down has already
taken place amona the many contentious
parties identifying with either side of the
argument.
It is to be hoped that the cooling down will
be of sufficient maanitude as to permit the cab-
inet to resume its normal business affairs. An-
other showdown meeting Sunday mav very
well tell the story.
THE UNIVERSITY nt Call
fornia has launched a five
year study of anti-Semitism ii
America. The study, under-'the
auspices of the Anti-DefarrTaTlD".
League of B'nai B'ritjj. wi,
1 cost sonic S30O.Q00 bv4%' ttni.
* it 1- conji-tud/Hf./jj^neliminar.v
report ihcht.nVs trrSt ihe uni
versity's researchers have mist
ed mighty little in the forma-
ts e view of their proposed pro
ject. The history of anti-Semitism here, an assessment of the con-
temporary situation, the development of stereotype and negative atti
tudes. Christian educational influences, deterrent techniques these
and other facets of the problem all fall within the purview of the
study. In addition, there i< a colorful profusion of variations on the
theme, each of which, it is anticipated, will tocus the microscope of
social science reasoning on the minutiae of bigotry.
Some question has been raised as to the need for such an ambitious
and costly effort. The principal objection is that many worthwhile
inquiries into the roots of anti-Semitism exist already, and that little
if anything emerged from their initial compilation Would not a new-
study b id to the presumable redun lancj thai la scholarship? Would it
not obscure rather than clarify further our understanding of the sub-
ject? Would it not, in short, represent .. massive effort signifying
nothing?
At the outset, it must be understood that .studies into the nature
of anti-Semitism are not meant, in themselves, to serve as antid I -
against prejudice. The activit) level "t hatred felt for Jewi can hardty
be correlated in a strict inverse ratio with the number oi volumes
devoted to the problem The more important consideration here is that
repeated research tends to ventilate the general processes involved in
bigotry; and it is precisel} here that some of the greatest advances have
been made.
Once concluded, the universit) study may. perhaps, become an-
other dusty piece of scholarship. But during Uu five-year courts of
compilation, there will be much in the way of reasoned discussion that
should not only add to our understanding oi the subject, but al>o con-
tribute to a diminution, however fractional, of its virulence.
'ADDITIONAL FACETS Of THE STUDY
A LTHOUGH THE STUDY seems to be hugely detailed in scope, there
** are interesting facets attending such an effort that demand careful
consideration. To begin with: All minorities have a .stake in civil liber-
tarian action, for it is the minority whose guaranteed rights are most
often compromised. Urgent examples of this axiom include the in-
creasing encroachments on the separation of church and state prin-
ciple, the popularly jaundiced view of the Fifth Amendment doctrine
against self-incrimination. the recent flood of Sunday closing laws,
massive resistance to integration, and many others, which more than
adequately illustrate the point.
Contrarily. peoole who largely are not objects of prejudice feel
no need to affirm their civil libertarian beliefs. Thus it is that mem-
bers of the minority always prove most vocal in this regard. To sup-
port their contentiousness, they seek out and identify with the anomalies
in the majority. Jews, for example, tend to cultivate Gentiles who show
a queer inclination toward making utterances of a human rights variety,
or who are easily induced into making them.
This produces two benefits: The majority spokesman is readily con-
strued as an "endorsement" of a fundamental^ minority cause, the
majority spokesman's respectability dilutes the significance of the
charge against the minority that it is concerned with crackpot consid-
erations.
The question then becomes: Is the minority identified with civil
libertarian issues on the basis of moral principle or as a means of self-
preservation?
SHARPENING THt fOCUS Of INVESTIGATION
COR THE JEW, the question may be restated: Do we study the ele-
ments of anti-Semitism as a means of diminishing the challenge to
our existence, and with an eye toward strengthening the possibilities
of our survival? Or. do we go through the motions in order to assess
the measure of realism that may be accorded our repressed dreams
of assimilation?
This is an important consideration because it relates to the funda-
mentals of Jewish self-hatred. It is also important because it shed*
further light on the true meaning of our relationship with non-Jew -
of a vocal civil libertarian nature whether we seek their "endorse-
ment" to strengthen a human rights principle or to facilitate our identi
fication with the majority.
Thus, however exhaustive the scope of the University of California
project, it may well prove worthwhile to broaden Us horizonto include
among the many categories a self-study involving basii Jewish motiva-
tion. Such an addition would do no less than sharpen the locus of the
ly at large and contribute immeasurably to the significance of its
findings
The encompassing nature of the inquiry necessarily disposes t to
verse and possibly diffused conclusions. To the Jewish self-sti
therefon should be added another i e devote I to an analysis of tl i
fectivem of the social scientists technique in the area of anti-
the reci ......a ,.,, su..
-tii.lv mi bl serve to set aside old blind all.' lleviation and to
strengthen alternatives that offer new possibilities oi implements*!
THt ciNTfMlfry or tDUCATION TODAY
"THE PROJECT CAN thus do no less than benefit from a clear dc< I
mination of which area ol civil defense most adequately cop.s
with anti-Semitism and. similaj which area of human rights en-
deavor most fruitful!] assists In neutralizing it.
icatlon i.s obviously a centra] factor militating for or again--
rally, and the I niversity ol ( alifornia study proposes I i
consider it fn m many points of view, including for example. Christian
parish education" and the impact of contemporary literature 1
negative symbolism in race and religion. In this regard it would b
wise were the stu ly to make a rapid determination of the means si
..mi,. ; entify with President Kennedy's revolutionary plans for the
nation's schools.
Stereotypes and images of the Jew. indeed of any minority, are the
mere symptoms of prejudice. The root sources, if not nurtured there,
at least he exposed and easily accessible among the manv levels of
educational activity to which the President's program intends apply in
itself. If Mr. Kennedy's plans call for financial and structural changes
in our school system insofar as the Federal government will be
accorded the pow. r to IUggest them through the President's prestige -
they also imply losophica] and eurricular changes, a, well. Precisely
here y srestest opportunity of all for the civil libertarian
inn..!.",-
- microscopic view of what the Universi' of Cali-
' an snj est in the more spec I ted fields 0 I ition
rd an honest sti> ly 0 h -Negro sin
a
In-


Friday. January 20. 1961
*Jen-ist fkrkf^n
Page 5-ft.
UniR TO THE EDITOR -
Alternate View of Welfare Proposed
of federation with Israel. Where
arc their voices? Mr. Hadawi I be-
lieve is making a good thing out of
a trumped up cause.
L. WENGROW
Miami Beac
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
A cartoon captioned "Welfare
Funds The Directing Hand" ap- ;
peared on the editorial page of one
of your recent issues. It pictured ;>
hirge hand holding four reins en-
ttiled "Overseas Aid to Jews." "Fi-
rancial Aid to Israel," "Jewish Ed-
ucation in U.S.A.." and "Hospitals
and Aged Homes for Jews."
My first reaction was horror at
the concept of Welfare Funds pic-
tured as "control." This is in con-
trast to my own conception of csm-
passion and concern as being sym-
bolic of Welfare Funds. My next
reaction was revulsion at the whole
idea of Welfare Funds as human ,
the animal with t!ie power to think
and the services in the role of his
lowly beasts of burden. If the artist
intended to depict the need for
maintaining that delicate balance
among services, what an insensi-
tive way to portray it!
From there on. my imagination
really took flight. What w;is the
full picture, of which the cartoon
i- merely a segment? Did the driver
have a whip in his other hand Was
he awake? Asleep? Worried? Why
did he take the precaution to give
the reins an extra lap around his
fist to insure a tight hold? Were
the services overfed and lazy? Were
they starved and unable to 'nove?
Were they wearing blinders to pre-
vent their seeing what was around
them? j
Or perhaps they had no heads at
all just doorknobs. Then, worse
yet. perhaps the services were not
animals al all but slaves.
who has spent so many i
he community effort of i
md-raising. planning (both
y and agency), and who |
lias had so much concern for the
eed of statesmanship and under
standing in such matters, the car-
.oon was most distasteful.
BABETTE ACKERMAN
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Sami Hadawi. connected with
some Arab propaganda outfit, but-
tered his way into your Jewish pub-
lication with pleas for "fairness
and objectivity." I am sure his
poisonous press releases would
not accord us a like privilege.
He almost endlessly quotes from
"authorities" to establish a point
that the Israelis are in turn 'per-
secutors'* of Palestine Arab refu-
gees. He must perforce ignore the
fact these people did not stand
shoulder-to-shoulder with the defen-
der! (if the country that is now Is-
rael agin-t Invading armies of sev-
eral adjacent nations. In helpless
treachery, they fled the land ready
to march behind the expected con-
querersfor spoils, for blood-let-
ting, and their own subjugation
finally by piratical forces which
failed to bring oil' a victory that
was all but certain.
Why should The Jewish Florid-
ian be ler.s biased than our Mr.
Hadawi? He argues that Israel's
immigration policy is a "threat
to Arab rights and security."
Egypt >nd the other hostile lands
surrounding that little country
may import Naxi military advis-
ors without stint, mortage their
future in warlike preparation
against Israel, refuse to sign
peace treaties, send bullets
across its borders to murder its
citizens or night marauders to do
the deed at first hand. Security
should be a two-way street, Mr.
H.
The Gaza Strip, about say five
percent of the Palestine-Israel ter-
ritory, was torn away by illegal
invaders from Egypt. Possibly
100.000 "Palestine refugees" reside
there under foreign Egyptian rule.
I've at no time heard that they de-
manded intergration with what
they claim is their homeland. When
during the Sinai campaign of 1957.
Israel conquered the strip and
drove o u t Egyptian forces, was
there any voice raised among them
demanding the right to remain a
part of Israel? Does Mr. H. talk
for such people, or lor himself?
Jordan grabbed another huge
chunk of Palestine-Israel during
the days of 194Rall that territory
west of the Jordan River, about 25
percent of the land I would esti-
mate, with possibly three-quarters
ol these so-called refugees in it.
; These "refugees" willy-nilly are
' still living on Palestine's soil. For
whom is Mr. H. griping? These
"refugees" outnumebr the Jordan-
ians. I am told Why don't they
agitate lor reunion with Israel?
Jordan itself is part of the ori-
ginal Palestine mandate. The "re-
fugees" in Jordan ought to mus-
ter enough spirit to take over the
country and insist on some form
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1 if w !" narJkUoun
Friday. Jerrircrry 20, \%\
Democratic Affiliation 'Danger' to U.S. Jewry
their arihtrcr.ce. particu.
in the M{ j:;:c~. They
Continued from Page 1-A
was 16-1. Today I feel sore there
has bean no change.
i5' D^: pas) iampaign,
Dade count)
'.
funds bout l
attendi ss 1
b re Jews i
citi with the
my
ty. N
Tht ally
r I j i
ne wouli
i to be R ns I
< ;s large in in-
vestor isiness management,
i pertj -:' | Such
eral popula-
t are edominantly Rcpubli-
i x fas suburban
BlOSl certain to
east a lug u r R< publican vote
i i a downtown working class
Vet the Jewish group be.
sing to th, :; i rt advanti
be economic ?en-e is heavily
Democratic.
The radical departure of the
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what I think I'm worth.
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it. I'm a FINE house.
I've got EVERYTHING.
I'i: stay young for years
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MORTIMM MAY
. .. monolithic structures
Jew from the American average
Indicates that there is a Jewish
vote, and further that it must be
responding to experiences and
motivations other than those that
influence the total American com-
munity. Since the country divid-
ed this time 50-50. and the Jewish
group went over 80 percent Dem-
ocratic, the previous sentence re-
quires no elaboration. We may
therefore immediately a>k why.
Some at least of the answers may
be found in the following:
111 The Jew is a relative new-
comer to the country It is said
that even Democrat had his ori-
gin either at Appomattox or Ellis
Island. The recent arrival has
tended to be Democratic.
(2) The Jews live largely in the
biggest cities: New York alone
has about 40 percent. New York.
Chicago, and Boston are obvious
example*.
(3) The Democratic Party has
appealed to minorities such as
Irish, Catholic, Negro, Puerto Ri-
can; and the Jew has had a feel-
ing of minority status. Franklin
Roosevelt particularly cultivated
minority support. It would re-
quire much space for an analy-
sis of the motivation that promp-
ted such efforts by the Democra-
tic Party or to inquire if the par-
ty has requited its support to mi-
norities, but it has paid off in
terms of votes.
41 There i- an image in Jeu.
ish mind- ol the Democratic Par-
tj as the liberal party. In accep-
Di

exisl
vital posts .
gross ah is .
apn
tic citj itica
viously mention* Mom
to have aroused Jew iberal?
ire: Tammany. Curley. ll.
Penderga-t. Crump, and >
of other n. mi suggi them-
selves Without a doubt, the
Democratic Party ha.- spearhi
ed much social progress [1 set tns
to ha\c won the admiration
acclaim of the Jew always iden-
tified with such programs. He
may not have paused to think ol
the concurrent maiorin by which
nearly all American advance has
been made: that but -eldom in
our history have two parties i" i r.
at completely opposite poles on
major legislation; that, in gene-
ral, there are liberals-, conserva-
tives, and yes. reactionaries in
each, the Democratic in particu-
lar, by virtue of its important
Southern wing.


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full ceni
- -.
ts vote in thi
Vt the 1
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em aim
furnish
' then has
cssively Ri
put:.. \V( i
i thi S
ha- evei Dem-
ocratic It need I -Men-
tioned that ...
today then are n i ibstantial
diffi n ict s; yet t .. pat-
pi rsists (.- back :
in Europe : rri ikes its
appearance: inter .:.. : flaj -
anti-Semitism The Middle Class
panics had often been vile
enough to use anti-Semit;-m ..-
a weapon. Large number-
Jews beer, me socialist in Furope.
Many bring this interpretation to
America with them. Thev con-
folk School Celebration
David Pin-ki Folk School will
celebrate its firsi anniversarj on
Tuesda) evening at the Seville ho-
tel. Participating in the profl
will be Kuy Harrison in a program
of Yiddish and Hebrew songl Mi
and Mrs. Ben Yomen will lead th.
group ir: community sin-.
t.iiiie
larly
found journals like "'Th:' Few aft]'
I i! <:.[:
i eXOl C :'. A- erica: ,
not thrivi \. .,
i all; un er Ren I c
Democratic ParJ vi*
lj hi- e.
ie a i'< m< i .
i-:..\ ins bri< ii> feciti
Jev
D m.
i ex
i this .
vei !,
ited er.
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not r
i in i
st infn it not to I d
ed o
he v ''
ongi -
will i
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Heschel, Goldwater Tilt at Confab
Celebrating the half way mark in Cedars cf Lebanon Hospital
.fconstruction are these three community leaders who attended
kecent progress report meetings at the Columbus hotel. With
development fund chairman E. Albert Pallot (center', are Dean
flomer F. Marsh, of the University of Miami medical school.
Cnd (right) hospital administrator Sanfoid K. Bronstein.
By Special Report
WASHINGTON. DC A leading
theologian differed sharply with a
prominent Republican Senator at
the 1961 White House Conference on
Aging over the role of the govern-
ment for providing medical care for
the aged.
Dr. Abraham .1. Heschel. who
was designated the principal Jew-
ish speaker by the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America at the auuu confer-
ence, stated that "all major Jewish
religious organizations have en-
dorsed the principle of government
responsibility and the use of a So-
cial Security mechanism a- the
iiii-t effective medium for dealing
with the problem of medical care
for the aged
Dr. Heschel, who is professor
cf Jewish ethics and mysticism
at the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America, declared that "a
nation should be ready to sell, if
necessary, the treasures from its
art collections and the sacred ob-
jects from its houses of worship
in order to help one sick man.
Is there anything as holy, as ur-
gent, as noble, as the effort of a
whole nation to provide medical
care for the old?
"The ancient sages realized that
it was not enough to trust to indi-
vidual benevolence, and that caring
for the sick was a responsibility of
the community .'.'
Sen. Barry Goldwater Rep.-Ariz.)
claimed that application of the
so-called liberal or radical philos-
ophy to the solution of our welfare
problems would only mean the en-
slavement of our people rather
than greatei freedom."
Dr. Heschel and Sen. Goldwater
shared the platform at the confer-
ence session on "The Older Person
Family Life and the Service
They Need." Earlier in the con-
ference. Rabbi I'ri Miller, of Balti-
more. .Md.. vice president of the
Synagogue Council of America, pre-
sented a paper on "The Role of the
Congregation in Affecting Attitude*
Toward the Older Person."
Rabbi Miller asserted that "the
full weight of religious institutions
including the classical means of
influencing public opinion through
iho sermon, the religious school, the
bulletin must be t?hind the ef-
fort to create an attitude which em-
phasizes the positive qualities in-
herent in older persons and which
gh'es them an honored position u
Society."
He urged an end to the u i
lion of older people in "'-olden age"
clubs and called tor a conscious ef-
fort to integrate them into the life
of the congregation in a way that
reflects the clergyman's congrega-
tion's appreciation ol their useful-
ness ."
The Synagogue Council vice
president suggested a number of
practical reforms including the
reduction of congregational dues
for older people, the construction
of buildings so that "the older
people would find it possible to
attend services without the strain
of stairs-climbing," and the ap-
pointment of aualified older peo-
ple as committee chairmen and
as recipients of "honors" at re-
ligious services and functions.
Rabbi Max D. Davidson, of Perth
Amboy. N.J.. the Synagogue Coun-
cil president, delivered the invoca-
tion at the Wednesday evening plen-
ary meeting of the conference Bt
Constitution Hall.
Rabbi Marc H Tanenbaum. of
Elmhurst, N.Y.. SCA executive di-
rector, headed a delegation of offi-
cial delegates .from the Conserva-
tive, Orthodox, and Reform rabbin-
ical and congregational organiza-
tions. President Eisenhower had
designated the Synagogue Council
as the official coordinating agency
for the Jewish religious community
for the conference .and appointei
Rabbi Tanenbaum as the Jewish co-
chairman of the section on "Reli-
gion."
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Sharing a relaxing moment following their recent meeting are
Dean Homer F. Marsh and Ben Novack. vice chairman of the
Cedars of Lebanon development fund. Novack is of the bt.
Louie bucking tirm.
Cedars Marking Mid-Way Point
The i a Cerlars of Lebanon Hos-
pital i rkc i .i triumphant mid-
way p< t in its hwory with recent
>pedal comrne". ation brought to
its Pounders an I directors by the
area's prominent medical officials
Addrc<-im. the group. Dean Ho-
rnet F. Marsh, of the University
of Miami school of medicine, point
ed out that the hospital will aid the
commur.ty in three much-needed
field- "1. Developing special fea-
tures of care for the aged; 2. de-
velopnu t of more comprehensive
rehabn.-. turn centers; 3. develop-
ment 01 better diagnostic centers."
Or. Kermit H. Gates, execu-
tive director of Jackson Memorial
Hespitai. hailed Cedars of Leb-
anon as a "major addition to
the rising Metropolitan Medical
Center in Miami." He spoke to
the hospital's friends, women's
auxiliary, and members of the
development fund.
He stressed also "the ultimate
hope that doctors' offices be built
exclusively around the communi-
ty'.- hospital [acUities, for most ef-
fective care of the sick."
Cedars of Lebanon is a non-prof-
it, non-sectarian. 282-bed hospital
which will cost $4 5 million on com-
pletion.
Scale-models of the hospital went
on view last week at Dinner Key
Auditorium in coniunc'ion with the
international Health-o-Rama Expo-
sition.
Invite Top Community Leaders to Miami
For United Jewish Appeal Inaugural j
Top community leaders especial- he said, "must continue to share in
ly invited from throughout the the overwhelming financial burden
country will begin assembling in required to give the immigrants
Miami next week to put in two the means of a full and mdepend-
weeks of intensive advance gift ent life. Israel's people can't pos-
work to assure the success of the sibly do this job alone. It is the
United Jewish Appeal national in- historic responsibility of all Jews
augural conference in Miami who live in liberty."
Beach at the Americana hotel, it Thc United jewjsh Appeal is the
was made known by Albert A. Lev- major America agencv aidjng im.
in. of Cleveland, a national chair- migranta to Israel and refuges and
man of L'JA and chairman of the distri,SS(.(| Jews overseas.
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maintain vital aid programs for
580.500 men. women and children
in Israel and 26 other countries.
Levin said that many key com-
munities are preparing to hold
leadership meetings i n Miami
Beach in advance of the inaugural
conference.
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Friday, January 20, 1961

Norman A. Arkin (left), chairman of the CIA
Eay Harbor Division, is host to a group of civic
leaders who will be serving on the 1961 cam-
pc.gn committee. Bay Harbor will launch its
frnd-raising activities at a breakfast meeting at
the Arkin home, 9425 W. Broadview dr., on Ian.
29. Shown with Arkin are (seated left to right
Saul Schachman, lerry Lelchu'.c, Robert Krinz-
man, Morris I. Minov and George Soga. Siand-
ina are Char'es Geigher and lack Gained.
Pride Won Over Prejudice for JFK
Contimed from Page 1 A
lien*My. Lubell said that while
the religious issue was "the most
iirportant single factor influenc-
ing the shift of votes from 1956
to 1*60," the way the shifts oc-
curred suggest Kennedy's reli-
gicn "helped him in the electoral
vcte, but probably hurt him in the
popular vote."
Li.beli also said that Kennedy's
> ldacy did not stir anything
like, the bitterness that Mired E
Si h's did.
The two men were joined by
Attj Gen. Louis J. Lefkowitz. of
V York, and Atty Gen. Stanley
Mosk, of California, in a panel dis-
cussion on 'Bigotry and Politics "
Dr. Dean asserted that "it is
clear enough that in some part>
ol the country anti-Catholic pre-
jiu ice cut heavily into Kennedy's
vote, "but it is even clearer that,
in .ther sections, many Catholie-
whe had been voting Republican
in recent elections returned to the
Democratic Party as a matter of
pri< e in order to break the 18u-
>. I unwritten taboo on a Catholic
president of the United States."
' !n states with more than 40 per-
cei i Catholic church member-hip.
th their pride in Kennedy." Dr
Bun said "In states with less
than 40 percent Catholic church
membership, there is evidence of
Protestant Democrats voting their
I idice against a Catholic can-
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Catholic pride outweighed anti-
Cuiholic prejudice."
Catholic support of Kennedy
cannot be described as "preju-
dice in reverse," Bean said.
"Wr-en a member of a minority
group votes to enhance his sta-
tus by removing an obstacle to
first-class citizenship, it is pride,
not prejudice, which is speak-
ing."
Atty Gen Lefkowitz. noting the
vast amount of anti-Catholic litera-
ture distributed during the cum
paign. said that he will again re-
commend a bill to the i%i New
York State Legislature making it
a misdemeanor to publish or dis-
tribute material that tends "to in-
cite hatred or ostracism of persons
because of race, color, creed or
national origin."
"New York State does not have
any statute dealing with the pro-
blem ol hate literature.' he said.
"Some believe it would be a mis-
take to go beyond an educational
program; others think it legally
impracticable to draw a line be-
tween the inalienable rights of
freedom of speech and press and
the publication of hate literature
Still others are convinced that a
measure should be adopted to ban
or penalize the dissemination of
such literature. 1 believe that the
practical and legal difficulties can
be surmounted." he said
Atty. Gen Mosk declared thai
the i960 election may go down in
history as "one of Americas On-
es! hours" for "never atiain will
iSlie in an Ameri-
can, paign.
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religion will exist "for a long
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The other panelists agreed with
him that Americans "have a right
to he proud of the record against
bigotry" made on Election Daj
There was concensus that less anti-
Catholic prejudice was shown in
the actual voting than was antici-
pated in view of the amount of anti-
Catholic material which flooded
the country.
A prayer for God's blessing for
Presic'ent-elect Kennedy and all
asscciated with him in govern-
ment will meanwhile be invoked
at inaugural ceremonies in Wash-
ington in the benediction deliv-
ered by Dr. Nelson Clueck, presi-
dent of Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion. Text
of the benediction partially
reads:
"We turn to Thee. 0 God. in
deepest gratitude on this exalting
day of realtirmation of our na
lion's ideals and unity, and of per-
sonal avowal ol sacred obligation
by our President, in Thy name.
"Mayest Thou. O God. to Whom
alone belong the dominion and the
power, be his stay and support in
the tulfillment of his awesome
trust, to ensure the unfettered im-
plementation ol the letter and
spirit ot our Constitution for all the
inhabitants of our land, to provide
equal opportunities of learning and
labor and well-being lor all our
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Friday evening. Jan 27. Services
beginning at 8:15 p.m.. and an Oneg
Shabbat following will honor the
families and their children
The congregation, with its new
synagogue and school facilities
now completed, has a total of 6B0
families, among them are many-
senior citizen*.
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Miami Committee Formed to Help Found
Sholem Aleichem 'Home' in Tel Aviv
The memory of Sholem Aleichem,
Kussian born humor:..: *u* jurist.
often referred to as the Jewish
Mark Twain, will be preserved as
the result of the initiative taken
here this week b> a Greater Miami
mittee organized at the home
i M ChomitZ, 44:>S Sheridan ave
The local sholem Aleichem
ip will work under the
nal committee to
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the archives, unfinis
m mus ipts and all historical ma-
terial relating to this popular Jew-
ish writer wh < die I In the I i '<
States n 1916
Among Ihose who participated
in the organization of the Miami
committee were Harry Simonoff,
Harry Cordon, A. Greenhouse,
Meyer Drost, I. Rubinstein, Jack
Fishman, J. Haber, Max Aster,
S. J. Rodman, Joseph Morgen
stern, and B. Z. Goldberg. At the
meeting, Simonoff was elected
vice president, Chomitx, secre-
tary, Joseph Morgensfern, treas-
urer. The committee will elect
its president at the next meet
ing.
"The thousands of small Jewish,
villages of Eastern Europe, with
their distinctive culture and h.
lory, hi which were confined al
'in-! five million Jews, an
mure.'' -tated Rodman, of New
Vork City, general secretary of the
national committee,
"The Jew ish village has dis i i
peared in the c< urse of our gener
bul the rich legacy of Bit
lem Aleichem'- writing ha< fai'h
fully recorded for history the lil >.
povefty-stricken ghetto vi
lages, Its j">-. sorrows and stnv
ing! The universal appeal of h
ari i- u h that his voluminou
i lion of short stoi les an i
ski tches I n translated mt i
inguages, including Chinese."
B /. Goldberg, well-known Yid
journalist and columnist t
he "The Day." urge' member.
thi Miami committee to assist .1
the organization of similar grou
ther cities.
.1 tseph Morgonstern. of K
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: years been instrume
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vJenisii fkrktiari
Friday. January 20. 1961
Dr. Prim Urges Dissolution of Zionist Movement
_ :__ ..r .1.. ..~..nnni- imiiih pnrrnt!on.
"Only in this way," Dr. Prim synagogue affiliation, however im
..id. "can we hope to attract .he P"J^f to needed, based
not on an obsolete Zionism but on
the real situation that confronts
Jews m the I'.S. and other lands
"lure they enjoy freedom and
equality."
Dr. Prim said that "in calling
on the Zionist organizations dis-
solve and merge with like-minded
groups into a new and vital move
men;, we take a> our fundamental
concept the principle expounded
Continued from Page 1-A
preserve Jewish peoplehood and
create an independent and posi-
tive" link between American Jew-
ry and Israel.
The blueprint for such a move
men: was outlined by Israel Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion in his
address at the World Zionist Con ganization. with its antiquated VO-
gn ss in Jerusalem last month. Dr rabulary and its unrealistic ideo-
Pr na declared This calls for "do- logy, has been unable to move the
in-, awav with outmoded tdeolog} young Jewish men and Women oi ,,,., ,, ,.......r..
and accepting the real challenge ol today. Dn the other hand, their .,v J< ish life under freedom." the Jew.>h raison d'etre i- not exehisi- l>n,_-Ut.
AJCongresa leader said. vely defined or satisfied by their p|e <
young generation of Jews in the
i'uited States a,nd qther lafitls who.
seek a means of expressing both
their Jewish identity and their
feeling for Israel."
The American Jewish Congress
leader continued: "The Zionist or-
hshment of a vital tie between
Jews in the United Slates and Is-
rael.
"Philanthrophy and fund raising
have, to ail intents and purposes,
served as the only source of con
tact between American Jews and
Israel. "Dr PriM declared. "And
lnstrumenUforJueteriiiK Jewish lie-. evrrr ln this sphere fTfe Zionist
Of the younger Jewish generation.
Only such a movement can serve
the effective and democratic
as
longingness. promoting Jewish cul-
ture, protecting Jewish security
and establishing a productive and
meaningful relationship with [srael
a- the crucial and essential factor
m the creative survival of the Jew
ish people."
The Jewish leader said that Ame-
rican Zionism had "tailed in the
movement has not played the lead-
ing role."
"Hut while the hundreds of mil-
lions of dollars American Jew;
have contributed to the building
oi Israel have proved of enormous
help in the development of the Jew
ish state. B growing gulf threj
tens tn seperate the people of Is-
ire a people, one peo
onlj 'ask remaining to it-cstal.- rael from American Jewry.
Fiitv-one new members of the Abe Aronovitz Class of Sholem
Ledge, B'nai B'rith, were initiated into the lodge Jan. 10 at Beth
Dcvid Synagogue. Left to right are Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz,
widow of the former mayor and past president of Sholem
Ledge, in whose honor the membership class was named;
Mayor Robert King High, guest speaker at the ceremonies; and
S.dney M. Aronovitz, who served as installation officer. Ed
Kiein, president of Sholem Lodge, said the next meeting will be
held Feb. 14, and will feature a lecture-demonstration by Can-
ter William W. Lipson, of Beth David.
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"To the young American Jew,
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Friday, January 20, 1961
1 J( m i$Ji IfkirHdiiairi
Page 11 A
5Az// Bombing
In Windy City
CHICAGO- .n \ -The Federal
Bureau <'l Investigation this w"e<
ioini : Chicago police ;:-. a lull-
scali I andals i h | lanted
a bomli which exploded in the
Anshe Emct Synagogue, the larg-
est Cons i \ :. i ue in the
'Nearly a 100 percent increase over last year," reports Br n
Silver (center), chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Food
Division, tabulating pledges which were announced by busi-
ness leaders at a meeting in the home of Harold Friedland
(right:. Friedland is cc chairman of the food hotels, liquor,
produce, and restcurant group, serving with Jerry Blank (*!<
Sharett to Chair Agency
While Goldmann Absent
Continued from Page 1-A
Shazar will head the information
department in place of Tsur, who
will attend meetings of the execu-
tive in an ex officio capacitv as
president of the Jewish National
Fund and chairman of the Zion-
ist Actions Committee.
The executive approved the 19r>1
82 Jewish Agency buditft totaling
over I 184.000.000 ($103 million)
It was decided that Sharett, Zislinp,
Levanon and Dr. Goldmann will
present the executive in the
permanent Agency-Government c>>
hnatir.K committee.
f Dr. N'ahum Goldmann was reelec
unanimously as president of the
lorld Zionist Organization. On!}
the Ilcrut delegates abstained from
Sling. There was no negative vot-
g. The last action of the Congn ss
was to empower the Actions Cora
Diu.c to elect non-part) represei
(stives executive with advisory rights and
il.-o that the Jewish communities
in Argentina and Brazil should hi i
the right to send representatives lo
the Actions Committee meeting-
Vi;ih advisory rights.
A 21-member Congress court was
<'. t < c! unanimously. Supreme
Court Justice Simon Agranat wgs
named chairman. The panel in
eludes leading attorneys ol Israel
I overseas countries. Among
them is Eleazar Lipsky, president
< i the .Nwish Telegraphic Agency.
i viinijtcr Pinhas Rosen was
named attorney for the World Zion-
isi Organization.
Th Congress .idooted in one
session all its mator resolutions
on Jewish and world affairs. In
one of its resolutions, the Con-
gress emphasixed that it "views
with concern the spreading of the
cold war, and regards general
disarmament as one of the princi-
pal means of reducing interna-
tional tension."
The delegates also declared that
the aim of a "certain Arab ruler
presumed to be a reference to
President Nasser of the United
Arab Republic to 'wipe Israel oil
the map" was encouraged by the
cold war which has led to a 'steady
and unlimited" flow of arms to the
Arab states.
Phi elegates dei ounci d
"Mai kmaii and in! i rice ith
Ih i-i on '..'. elati >ns ol Isi ai
with other nat i ind asse ti
thai thesi ai ies wi 'e designe '
along "Nazi ear the inv
of racij
Such lelegates -;.i*i
lirected i
p< ople holt
11" bomb went ofi just before
midnij (it a I Ies after
participants ii a meeting in the
menl had left. The blasl rip-
ped a hole in Ihe ground smashed
open two doii's and cracked walls.
Damage was estimated at about
SJ.OUO Hundreds of windows jn
surrounding houses wire shatter
i Mayor Daley called the bomb-
ing a "shucking thing to occur in
our city
James H. Gale, head of the
FBI Chicago office, said his
agents would seek evidence of
violation of Federal law, such as
if the explosives were transport-
ed on a common carrier. The pen-
alty for unlawful interstate trans-
portat;on of explosive is one
year's imprisonment and up to
SI,000 fine or both.
II personal injury is inflicted in
a bombing, the culprit may be sen-
tenced to as much as 10 years and
lined up to $10,000 or given both
penalties.
The vandals, if they are appre-
hended, will also face action under
a new Chicago regulation which
imposes stiff penalties for dese-
cration of houses of worship.
The regulation was passed by
the City Council last January after
a rash of swastikas appeared on
Chicago synagogues, apparently as
part of a worldwide epidemic of
anti-Semitic smearings touched oft
by the desecration of a newly dedi-
cated synagogue in Cologne, Ger-
many, on Christmas eve in 1959.
Theater Party Scheduled
January Circle oi the i> ide
Heights Jewish Congregation Sis
terhood will sponsor a theater par-
ty at the Liltle Theater of Holly-
wood on Feb. 4. Featured will be
T: e !:. clinii g 1 'In charge
reservations Hrs. Jerry Litt.
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Heights Jewish O ngregation, will
be nart ol Friday evening services
this week at the congregation.
To be honored are Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Kulchin, Mr and Mrs Bernard
Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. David Rose,
Mr. and Mi>. Leon Tishman, Mr.
and Mrs. Sclig Miller, Mr. and Mrs
Ben Shapiro, Mr and Mrs. Norman
Di > h
Mr. and Mrs LeRoj Perlowin,
Mr. and Mrs Murray Raben, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Samuels, Mr. and
Mrs sin Idon Roth, Mr. and Mrs,
Leonard Tobias, and Mr and Mrs.
Milton Weinstein.
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Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
JOHN TEMPLE: No. 24 in a Series.
This week recognition is
accorded to a community
leader who consistently per-
forms his brand of personal
service in a way that earns
praise from all who know him
and watch him work.
John Temple displays those
distinctive leadership attri-
butes which make him imme
diately welcome in any hu-
man cause, cr in any impor-
tant civic project.
In his philosophy of life,
and in every assignment he
undertakes, he epitomizes the
ideal community worker. He
is dedicated to the principle
of helping one's fellow man.
and he goes about it with tht
quiet thoroughness of a suc-
cessful business executive
which he is.
He gives to CJA generously.
He accepts pledge cards for
solicitation, lollows throuuh
systematically and repeated-
ly, often reluming to call on
the same prospect three or
four times if necessary. He
will never use the telephone
for campaigning, but prefers
the direct pcrso.Ho-person ap-
proach.
Temple"s business and com-
munity experience has im-
bued him with a rich back-
ground of information, and he
possesses the facility of eom-
municaiing th'v-e facts simply
and clearly.
In the 1961 CJA campaign,
he heads the Furniture Divis-
ion, but his activity does not

Rabbi Karlinsky Appointed
Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky, former
spiritual lender Et/ Chaim, Miara Bea h ha
appointed a member oi the board
of supervisor ( the B. Manische-
witz Company, of Newark, N.J
Rabbi Karlinsky will .A-o serve as
administrative : '>i i of the com-
pany.
JOHN 1CMPLE
stop there. He also serves
as a member of the all-impor-
tant executive committee of
Federation, and as one of the
most dependable members of
CIA's cash collection com-
mittee.
In his characteristic way.
thi* past week he pitched ;n
with the ledaership dinner
committee to boost attend-
ance at Sunday's alfair at the
Eden Roc hotel.
A true community leader
works, sets an example, gives
generously, and inspires those
around him. This, in a nut-
shell is John Temple.
Rabbi Lawrence
En New
Southwest Center Dance
Men's chili of Southwest Jewish
< ter i^ hav ng a h;rn and
square dance Saturday evening,
Jan. 28 at 8438 SVl 8-h st with Les-
ter Linn as caller, i ill be
given for the best costume.
To Live in Hearts We Leave
Behind Is to Live Forever!
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JACK HAlPEftN, 11 a.m.
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AN.TA SCHWARTZ, 1 p.m.
Rjbh: In
S. LOUIS HABE9MAN, 1:30 p.m.
Kjhfv \.
PERRY PARr:?., 2 p.m.
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LOU'S S. CANTOR, 2:3C p.m.
i
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"May Their Sctftls Repose
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Pulpit
Rabbi Harry L Lawrence has
been appointed spiritual leader of
Temple B'nai Sholom. 16800 N\V
-2nd ;ive.. aecordinn to a 'iiv week hy Gerald Creen-
field, president of the congregation.
Rabbi Lawerence suceeds Rabbi
Ion Edwards, who is on a
ol absence.
Rabbi Lawerence previously
d congregations in the Grea
ter Miami area, and also held pul-
pits in New Jersey and Pennsyl-
vania prior to his arrival here.
He is a graduate (if Montclair
Stale Teacher.- College, and com-
pleted his graduate work at Co-
lumbia University. He was or-
dained at the Lubavitch Yeshiva
in New York City.
Rabbi Lawrence is married to
the former Jean Ross, of Newark,
N.J., and the couple have four chil-
dren.
The spiritual leader assumed his
duties at Temple B'nai Sholom
last week.
Young Judaea Dance Saturday
Young Judaea Group of Dade
Heights Jewish Congregation is
having a dance al the Temple on
Saturday evening. The group
meets regularly Thursday nights.
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Rabbi Caplan
Exec. Director
Of Hebrew Acad.
B. I. Binder, president of the He-
>revv Academy, this week announ-
ced the election of Rabbi Jonah E.
"apian to the office of executive
lircctor of the Academy.
Rabbi Caplan is spiritual leader
>f Temple Adath Yeshurun of No.
Vliami Beach, and was for the past
'our years executive director of the
Florida committee of Yeshiva Uni-
ersity.
In announcing the appointment.
[Binder said that "Rabbi Caplan
I brings to the Hebrew Academy a
I rich background of many years of
xperience in the active rabbinate
nd also as an administrator."
Rabbi Caplan was ordained at
the Isaac Elchanon Theological
Seminary of Yeshiva University,
and in September, 1931 was called
to his first pulpit with the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation in
the Southwest section. From
there, he went to Congregation
Beth El, of Astoria, L.I., where
he served as spiritual leader for
16 years. He returned to Miami
in 1954.
Rabbi Caplan is secretary of the
Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami,
a member of the board of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, vice president of the Florida
Friday, lenuary 20. 1961
Cantor Jacob
Due at Beth El
Congregation Beth El this week
announced that world-renowned
Cantor David Jacob, of Congrena-
tion Beth Jacob. Baltimore. M-],
will once again be guest cantor
here.
Cantor Jacob will cor. ioct serv-
ice! on Saturday. Jan. 28. 3:30 am,
at Beth El. He will also be heard
in a concert on Sunday evening,
Jan. 29. at 8 p.m.
Cantor Jacob was bo-n in Hii.
mania, and is a former student of
the Peabody Conservatory of Bal'i-
more. A noted concert artist, he
has made several RCA recordings,
RABBI JONAH CAPLAN
Council of the American Jewish
Congress, and a member of the
community planning committee ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder
ation.
Rabbi Caplan is married and lives
at 410 W. 31st st. His -.on. Shlomo.
| is a nineth grade student at the He-
brew Academy. A daughter. Simla
mit. is a junior at Stern College for
Women, of Yeshiva University, and
president of her class. A married
daughter. Faith C'elnick. a graduate
of Stern College, i- living in New
York City.
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Supplier for Synagogues,
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Reform Leaders Map Workshop
An annual leaders workshop for Temple Brotherhoods. P.O. Box
temple brotherhoods will be held
Sunday noon. Jan. 29. at the Bis-
cayne restaurant.
735. Kendall.
Lebow also will deliver the ser-
mon Friday night. Jan 27. at Tem-
The meeting is open to all board pie Beth Am. So. Miami, on The
members of Reform temple men's image of the Jew "
clubs in Southern Florida. ^____^^_
JST5 1*Z 'BUSN* Uan" Sii,"h00i
Federation of Temple Brother-; Sisterhood of Temple Zamora
hoods, will discuss "Basic Stand-, held its monthlv luncheon and card
ards oi Brotherhood Operation.'; party on Wednesday noon.
Morton A. Grant, Miami NFTB Kaplan,
member, will preside.
Luncheon will be served, and re-
servatlons may be made through
Marvin Koffman, president of the
Southeast Florida Federation of
Rabbi Wanted
for steady position. Must be
an all-around man. Modern
Orthodox or Conservative, foi
a small Congregation, 3 hours
ride from Miami. Reasonable
salary plus 6-room apartment
Apply to
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634 S.W. 17th Avenue
Miami, Apt. 2,
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'riday. January 20. 1961
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TALES OF MORALS
T?;t tfifiaiief Mfdfes the following
alu f US a man was
walk i mrittp me foreal, he tud-
untered j feroctpui uioi/.
foi .. fi lid h UWJ rd but
, i.v..-. lime he |t/rerd'his1
u-n- ..'" .: hltl rd to the near-
< id iWed to safety.
T';;> \angei :' a: he experienced
became the object of many cornier-
I the DU :.>ne as he (OUT'
f sieved .i second time through the
in;,'- Re wot mfronted b\ a '
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him \t escaped I at danger ,iv well,
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cape from the
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On Leaving Self Content
And Coming Down to Earth

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By RABBI WILLIAM SAJOWITZ
Director, Southeast UAHC
One of the most serious pro-
blems facing our new Administra-
tion is that of restoring America
to a position ot world leadership
a position of dignity and respect.
We have lost the af feet ion and ad.
miration of mar.y countries, and
the losa cannot be attributed sim-
ply to the rapid scientific progress
of the Sovietit goes far deeper
than that. We have lost the re-
sped of the w orld because far t jo
often we have lost our own self-
respt i
In our zeal for new models
for Increased stall lards of living
we have equated happiness, satis-
faction, security, in terms of the
outer man. 'Standard of Living'"
has become net merely a tool to
measure one's relative economic
position for sociological purposes.
but a rigidly self-imposed evalu-
ation of the success or failures of
our lives, to such an extent that
ervices *J h i s LAJ e c h e n a
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RABBI WILLIAM SAJOWITZ
... coming of age
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyls ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
Prlilaj 3. i* p.m. Saturday <:3'i a.m.
Sermon (Sxodus Then and N,>\\

ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Maxwell SiiDerman,
president.
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BETH DAVID. 2435 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative R.-.bbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
I- t |ila> >:l'.r i' : V,
I I: I \ .::,..!
racy" Service* it, trlbuti
p-daj u.n B;i M I
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Soiomcr r'f.
i i-'i rla> and 11 ii -' hpeak -
. r Mi-Ivlr i: I- i ilk on
I:, ,-t |j .- rn.it> <:S
Bar Mltsvah [lavl m : Ml and
Mrs I i I Is
BETH EMETH. 12?;; NW 2nd ave
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
son. Cantor Hyman Fein.
I i,i,\ '. p.m. Sermon: "Humility
: >. Pol rrunnei ol Ira ill ide.' Snt'ir-
,' j ,i m Fred Wang an I Avron Al-
berta, tudenta "I Hebrew school, will
inn.i the hi r\ lee.

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TRANSLATION -
it has frequently blotted out all else.
Some of our potentially finest teachers and social workers have
chosen other careers because, to succeed in the fields they would like
to serve, would mean to fail to provide the "standard of living" by which
they will be measured by their, fellow Americans and the more these
standards of living substitute for living values, the faster the pace at
which we lower ourselves in the eyes of the world.
Though we failed to get to the moon first, the peoples of thejvorW bejh kooes~*QuJlil Roost dr.
would follow us if we had stars in our eyesif we spoke and thought Rabbi Har0|d RlChter.
and acted and lived as though life and love were more than a measure-
ment, a TV screen or production figures.
Moses, according to the Commentaries, did not grow up until he
knew the'pain of his fellow-man, had concerned himself with the life of
his sheep, had withdrawn himself from self-contentment to a life of pur-
pose and dedication.
It is time now for America to come of age, for America to grow,
for America to reach out a handnot an armed fistof real friendship
to those who need friendship desperately. Let us leave our high tower
of self-content and come down to earth again. It is time to realize we
can never have "high standards of living" if life has no real standards.
SETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. i_oui Rottman.
BETH JACOB. 301-31' Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
J:13 p.m. Saturday s SO m.
s.Tin. !. Bordi rllne Lite."
Friday v : p.m. Sermon: "Jutlalam'a
faMucatlonal Pillar." Saturday 7 a.m.
Sermon: '"Weekly Portion."
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Who were the Essenes?
The Essenes were another relig-
ious party at the opposite pole of
the Pharisees. They were the peo-
ple who shunned all "worldly goods
in their desire to serve God ex-
Clusively and dedicate their entire
life to Him, In order to accomplish
this, they BOceded from the com-
munity and established strictly
graded societies marked by severe
and exacting disciplines. They had
their nu'.iis In common, abided by
iti cl "purity" rules, practiced
charity, meditated on the law and
arious mystic doctrines, and ded-
Stucrymg Hebrew m Letters u,(| tnemgelye3 l0 attaining the
[any roads lead to the study ol perfection of sainthood,
language There are people ^ ^ ^ Kaiser Jews?
acquire tfa -wledge quick- ^ ^ a .,iuAM of wealtny
there are people who can- Jewg 1).,.,k,1. ,. | industrialists
ovi rcome
arnin
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Prldaj 5:S0 and :30 p.m. Sermon:
\i L-eptlng ti- Abnormal as the Nor-
mal." Bah Mttivah: Marilyn, daughter
,,f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haddad .--:.i-
iirday s i:, a m. Bar Mttsvah: William,
son ot Mr and Mi Paul Leff.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
CONGREGATION ETZ
16th st. Orthodox.
e various Obsta- | were -ranted titles of. nobility
new lanuage nol bj tin- Austrian emperors in re-
he course '>t years.
the establishment of the
i re has been greal develop-
Iqi i the stud) of the Hebrew
urn i !h< ir loans and mo
vith which to run their govern-
ment.
Si me Of the b.'st known were Bar
m Von Arnstein. Ritter Honig Von
Tens ol thousands of Honigsberg, and Joseph Hitter Von
I ants of all ages have ,\'i rtlieuner. Plain Jews, who COUld
krnt the language to a degree
fit they could become absorbed
0 the life of Israel society.
|Bih there are also many Jews
flth' Diaspora who wish to study
B(l>'rn Hebrew, which is spoken
Jtln- daily life of Israel.
ubli.-hed by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
not look forward to such distinc-
tions, ironically nicknamed these
illustrious personages "Kaiser-jud-
en" (Emperor Jeu -
GEMS OF WISDOM
It u I to give thanks unto the*
Lord.
BIBI I
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On c- :!;..::.- I i the Lo ,! for he is
BIBLE.

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YIDDISH R0V1 KM
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
_ _
DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1401 NW
183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Max
Zucker Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Prldaj S 10 p.m Sermon: The [teavtj
f Ri n atlon." Kervli
Bar and Baa Mltavaha.
9 a.m. Bel mon: "Thi Birth
pie."
urda) :' i" Bar Mltsvah: Aaron, son
,.i Mr. und Mi Juai pB Salam in
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Oavio Convlser.
Frida* S:13 p.m. Kcrmon "What l'id
llen-Uurlon It,- ill} i Saiui la)
,.ih liar M aval <\\i m of
Mi ai 'i M Mil ai Jaj Jai "!"
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry^
L. Lawrence
v 1 ", ;, ip Si in "Till I lv
nf Kxmlu in. b'er
mon: w I'ortl

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch AOIer.
I > i p n -.. i a.n >!'-
\V ,1;
I torsi i Hays, and
Mrs I ..-''>::
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NF. 19th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Frida} v "' I' in I" N ""' '" '"-
teipivl 'Tli, 1.1 ; lij Taylor
....-II.
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TEMPLE JUDt,.. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morns Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Prlda\ R:I5 p.m Sermon: "Ms i <<
\^ n Mheral Ral bl Candle bli ing
Invoked b> Mr and Mra. Albert Kraln-
-,,n wiii will hoi the Onea Shubbat
and Kldduah In honor "f Bar Mltavah
,,i .-hi. Paul, Maturdn}' 10:30 a.m.
-
TEMPLE MENORAH. 020 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram.
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Prldaj S:l" p.m. Sermon: "la Zionism
siiil Seceaanry?" Baturdaj s a.m.
Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Bar Mlts-
vah: Stanley, aon "' Mr. and M -
Murraj Horowlts. Mlneha Servlci Bar
Mltsvah: Mark, son ol William Green-
Hide
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. an*
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can.
tor Samuel Gombera.
Prldaj 8 15 p.m, M rmon: "Whal la
Responsible for .l.wisli Survival?"
Saturda) S:46 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly
Portion
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
Frldas I 15 pin Sermon: "Does sour
Child Profit "' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Drevlt-h "ill host Ones Shabbai and
Kldduah In honor of Bar Mltsvah of
-,ii Henry, on Saturda) 9 a.m.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
hvidat *:!.' p.m. Sermon: A ommlt-
i.,i Home Ti Ii mphlng Over a Spiritual
,..< c ines Shabhal hoal: Mra.
Simon Botnei ~ turdaj t a.m. Ser-
mon: ''Wei klj Porl
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TEMPLE ZAMOHA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwits.
in honor -f Friday 8:13 p.m Sermon: "Recovery of
CHAIM. 408
iturda>
if a i
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CANDitUGHTING T//r1!
3 Shebat 5:40 p.m.
k BBBS BBS .......saBBBl
What is the meaning of the word speaking women, who would read
"Ushpixin?" portions of the book on Saturday
The word means "guest." It re-, afternoons. Related to the name is
fers to the symbolic presence of "Let US go and see," a quotation
our forefathers. Abraham, Isaac, from the Song of Songs.
Jacob Joseph, Moses, Aaron and
David". Their spirit is to awaken
in us loyalty and devotion to our
heritage.
*
What is the Txehoh-Renoh?
It is the name of a YirlrUsh trans-
lation of the Bible. The- "ook is a
free translation "d ^rporates
m-inv le (''- '' became the fav-
orite book of the religious Yiddish! .nuch mu.h later.
Famih Life I men Shabbai h
Mr. and Mm Joseph Malmuth In honor
,,i Bin Mltsvah 'i son, Larry, on Sat-
l-il.i \ B 13 .' "I
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TEMPLE Z'ON. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
! rlclny 8:S0 p.n Sei v
Vre We C lolng "" Saturday
9:30 a.m Bai Mltst ah Jack, soi
\i in,: \i laadori Pluaky, who will
hoal Klddush.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Na'han Zwitman Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
Pridn '" '" -<' "'"": "Hnrdei
i ,,f the Ii -Vi and Mri I
HI....... i In
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th honor h son Arthur
ter. Conservrttive. Rabbi Moiton nn Sal S. rmon. a]
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Pi.....
- ,i s is p.m, Si
| ,.,:. : VEHUDAH MOSHE.
ffiknSSTefflS Morris Be,,.
i I
: i lanio VV!
M and
i, .. i: ;.. ; hrm i of mnr-
Ir. M n to Jl
ij :, a.m
"LAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
p Ida; 18 and S IS p.m. Sermi n:
Mind." < in -
I l>: Mr. .'inl Mrs \ Ii \.i.. H I
honor "f thi Ir Mh w
snivel i' Sttui da 8 SO .i m Si ;
... I,. Pri pare Toui all : lar Ml
k-ah: Joel, son of Mi and M -
I..A .,,.. Kidd i iil follow. Ml
i in Bar Mits> ill 'i ili
vii an i Mi 'l tin r dler Sh ilos
-. idos v ,-i tolli w.
13630 W. Dixie
ve. Rabbi Sheldon
Is the name Shelumietl found in the
Bible?
Yes. In the first chapter of the
Book of Numbers. He was a prince
of the tribe of Simeon, who assisted
Moses in numb-ring the people.
The non eo.....' -entary status
which th" ....... offers came to it
skj hoi r of theli annli rsarj.
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Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
C.intor Abraham Seit.
.in I I' r-'-l
Thi i I I War." S ii i
mm IHil
\ tsvah: < 'hai i- i
Mr. an i Mrs. Cl
v'AMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Ben Grossbcrg.
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SOUTHWEST C-NTER 6438 SW 8th
St. ConservM've Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 2320
NE 171st st. Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
]. .,> \ p in S mon Lei M> People
i 'ii, g Sh ibbat hosts: Mr. and
Mrs. Mi ke) Ci'Tej m hpnor of Bar
\\ izvah of son, Michael, on Baturdaj
a in.

TEMPLK "O N. Kendall
dr.. S Mian-, -' -o.m Raobi Herbert
Baumgard .> Charle* Kodner.
. s r, r si i ion: "W hat < 'an
We li Aboul tr "" Baturdaj IS "
a.m Bar Mil "f Mr.
11..] Mi
TEMPLE OF HOLLY-
WOOD. Reform
Rabbi SS

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YOUNG ISRAEL. 9^0 INE
Orthodox. Rabbi Shcrwm
171st st.
Stauber.
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operation w.ih tlif Spiritual Lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Assn.
Rabbi David Her-,,
Coordinator
CONTRIBUTOR!
Rabbi David Hersor
Tales of Moral
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwit;
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Pcge 14-A
" kniislh FkrSdfa W
Friday, January 20. 1961
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN
> The 'National Suicide Tendency' of Modern Germany
THE MIND OF GERMANY: The Education cf a
Nation. By .Hans Krhn., 370 pp. New York:
Charles Scribner's Sons. S5.95.
DR. HANS kohn, professor ol history al the Col
tege of the Citj of New York and eminent an hor-
ity on nationalism, examines in tin- book the attiti
of Germany, with particular emphasis on the last 2(K
years. While it has always been difficult for tin
. tellectual realist to swallow theories of the exist*
Of a national psychology tempting as it has been
to view Germany in terms of "The Authoritarian Per
sonalitv" study there is no doubt that countries
possess, develop and haul down myths alum: :;
selves.., compound creation of a nation's goals,
lems. treatment by others, and general feeling abo i
itself.
The author sees the "national suicide tendencj
- of modern Germany as an outgrowth of German
alienation from Western civilization and its liberal
and humanitarian heritage
Anti-Semitism, (which was nol uni e i
coin'-' but simpl) uniquelj < ped). is thu
facet oi the German rejection ol the West.
tian Friedrich Hobs, official historian of the Prussian
state, attacked the Jews m a book in 1815 in the
terms: "The assimilation ol tl e J< w into G
life was rejected as a typical manil the
western spiril ol liberalism; this was ini :,-<'
with German nationalism, for the Jews. Ruhs
tamed, were a nation of their own. Therefore Jews
could not be at home in Germany. Thej shoul
onlj a tolerated atten group, excluded from p
Offices and the army, from
To make it easier for the Germans to reco
mediately the -Hebrew enemy.' Kuh> proposed thai
the .lews should wear a yellow patch on then- dn JS
One may perhaps see In this earl) quote the typii
German leap lrom purely abstract positi >n to its
fanatical, semi-hysterical imolementatton: Dr Ko -
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Kennedy Inaugural--Vision of Religious Liberty
Washington
This MONTH'S presidential inau-
guration recalls the role of Jews in
the inaugural events of 1789 when George
Washington, the first President, was
sv. orn in.
An appropriate comment on the
first inaugural was made by Mordecai
S! etfall, a Savannah. Ga Jew. He pre-
dicted that "an entire new scene will open itself" !o Jews
in the nation. Sheflall's words proved prophetic Subse-
quent ratification of the Federal Constitution produced a
country in which Jewish citizens enjoyed full equality for
the first time since the Imperial Roman edict of 212 C E.
The Shcftall vision was further Implemented in recent
weeks when President elect Kennedy named two Jews
serve simultaneously in the Cabinet
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
The Furor in Retrospect
Jerusalem
THE FUROR in many American cir-
cles over the misintei.
a by Mr. Ben-Gurion about the duty
I trthodox Jews to com I
torted considerabl) the I tmos] lere
oi the 25th World Hoi ress here
the Prime Minister's statl mi nl
made As a matter of fact, the phra
igress oi i : v nicn u
1st lead . tion exactly in question
lion. There was a wide consensus
the delegatesAmerican includedthat Aliya
,. me one ol the two central p >int! Z n si
(the other being Jewish education in the D
It is still premature rhai th<
results oi this consensus will be However, the faci -
that speaker after speaker rose to stress the need I >i i
Peering Aliyah from the free countrn
presents a turning point It is enough to remembei
reaction of some of the American es, includ
those representing Hadassah, at the 23rd Congress
years ago when Mr Ben-Gurion issued the call. "Sen I
your Sons and Daughters." to realize the change that has
occurred in the atmosphere Typical of tins new atmos-
phere was the speech of Mrs. Ben Goldstein, wife of K
Israel Goldstein, who said that man) ol her friends told
her how they envied the fact that the Goldsteins have
finally come to settle in Israel. Or the speech ol E
Shapira. who read out a letter from fa s daughter to on<
her friends in America, explaning the full life she is living
here after settling in Israel
Summing up the first third of the Congress the ses-
sions devoted to uindameiital ideological questions, Dr
Nahum Goldmann warned, however, not to misinterpret
this "prO-AHyah" atmosphere as identical with the
tion of the problem of Aliyah trom Western countries
It should not. therefore, be asked in several months" time.
how many immigrants have come." he said. "This is a
dangerous approach. There are still organizational dif-
ticulities to overcome "
The furor over Mr Ben-Gunon's statement tended to
cover some significant issues and. at the same time, to
underscore others Thus, while the American press and
many of the American Jewish leaders were busy with the
discussion whether Mr Ben-Gurion can and should inter,
pret the words of the sages, few bothered to look up ex-
actly what he said.
The excited reaction in America, however, raise- the
grave question of whether it is a healthy phenomenon,
when a large and respected community, such as the Ameri-
can Jewry, suddenly gets so excited over a headline in a
newspaper (be it even the respected New York Times)
that it cannot wait to find out what was actually said and
in what context? Does this extreme nervousness befit a
community which is apparently the most prosperous and
most flourishing in all the history of the Jewish Diaspora?
A search of dusty records revealed that Manual Jose-
ph-. >:i. president of the Philadelphia Mikveh Israel conge
gation, urged major Jewish communities to unite in a j int
congratulatory message 10 President Washington. Phila-
delphia was joined in New York. Richmond, Va and other
cities, separate congratulations were dispatched b) Sa-
vannah, Ga., and Newport. K I.
The most famous ol the congratulatory letters was the
Newport greeting, it was signed b> Moses Seixas, leader
ot Newport's Yeshual Israel Congregation. This congre-
gation, now called the Touro Synagogue, is a U.S National
Historic Shrine. Siexas' brother was Rabbi Gershon Men
des Seixas, a Revoluntionary patriot, ol New York City's
Shearith Israel Synagogue
In Newport. Moses Seixas also served is master of
King David's Lodge of Freemasons He was a co-signa-
torj oi the Masonic inaugural greeting to Washington
On behalf of Newport Jewrj Seixas requested George
Washington to "perm;: the children ol the sj.uk ol Abi .-
ham to approach you with the most cordial affection and
esteem for your person and merit.-" Seixas stresse
hington that the Jew.-, "deprived as we have hith
. of the invaluable rights oi free citizens, we now .
vernment erected by the majestj oi Ihe people,
eminent which try gives no *>an< i
assistancebut generously affordii
i iscience an i immunitii le m-
gue, or la
lental ? i
s s.i- tol i v. n that "I is si amp i ai I exl i
; i se basis mut
er.c< publ virtue, we ( but
i th in the ai
... the eartl
Him gi o :
'>
nd t ious liberty
Administration Bli
Preside
: to New |
'The of the L'nited States i
s ves f
n enlarged and 1ib< y- ol
litation."
President-elect Kenned) is thai not oi
Je\ greeted the first Presidei t.
the Jew ish ngs wen to V.
Roman Catholic congregations
importance of religious liberty and equality is as
-acred to the new President ..- it was tc the brave \
nian who founded our country
<
ective to say this but -. tee I
i can -. i
, German wi ters G i lbs was alt
s u, .. ir Bis a. n and cosmopolitanism.
While he fell that "like the Jews, the German- seem
ed Vl ..;.,. aj indii iduals but rat) er n isi rabte
. peop| he distrusted p wer and "was far re
; ove ition ol the state Esti
Bismarck. Nietzsche. Wag-
ner i ,L .. othi : are revelatory of the fatal Haw
hubris. The chapter on Wagner ai
references to the "Nibelungenlied" are fascinating
-These Nordic-Wagnerian myths, rediscovered and
, |apte | ..., ge f nationalism lor nationalistic pur-
poses ha othing in common with the Greek myths
In Greece the Olympians triumphed over the
primeval chS '" Wagner's art .shapeless chaos
triumphed over the Gods."
The book, liber a II) enhanced with quotations
from German literature, pours facts into the main-
stream ot its thesis. On the future. Dr. Koh-: is opti-
mistic about Germany's present democratic, course
it passionati < ncentration on unity, frontiers .
the efficient power-state does nol again overwhelm
the concern for building i stronger and better free
But he mentions that "a national and i>er-
.,,; with Ahich one cannot cope, which one has not
mastered is a continuing source of danger Such
a pa-: presents a problem to other people besides the
Germans, it haunts them too like a revenant I ghost
which can torn into a demon because one does not
dare to face it in the clear light of a responsible ami
reasonable realism Returning to this, and remem
bering Weimar, many of us can only wait and
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Bible and Presidents
A BIBLE WILL be opened Prida) I
particular passage selected in
vance bj Mr Kennedy, and he wil
-worn in a- President of the L'l
states
Freud maintained that fOU
itldge a person by many things.
bis slip- of speech. And penhaj
exl i en by new President o
. vorn in cai i kind ol 'sermon" his i
stration will practice Rabl Uberl Minda, of Minni
\, ars a si idy of the Biblical ver
:.;. .!.< neir inaugurals.
- study ii lal mosl of I
Old Te-
- r "Tel i all them ii H
"." Is, ol co ii a
I Jew s.
Eis r his firs i iral this P
the) labor in \ a
1'. : Eenhower cl i
sed the Lord. I
inheritam i
Thi '., point to the ovi
ctcris i i r, a spirit ol
. f an innoi itor
Mr Hoovi i m Psalms "When tl
peo] i: Mas. in Mr. Hoot er s Ad
i to take to selling appU s
ers to keep ft im perishing.
i' D ii th< same verse for all 11 I
. ;ural?fi i hapter ol Corinthians
en Paul's ords exalting chanty. S
would take the Republicans
e to learn the lesson.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Hungarian 'Freedom Fighters' Now Fascist
JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS la
** tin- COUntrj are now paying
attention to Hungarian Fascist
.: tups in New York that are con-
ducting anti Semitic activities, The;
urge that these groups be kept
under continual surveillance Mem-
bers of thes groups have infiltra-
ted a considerable number of de-
cent Hungarian organizations in New York an I other
cities
They have also organized, armed and uniformed
"Hungarian Sharpshooter Troops" in several cities
along the Eastern seaboard, including New York A
number of unsuspecting prominent American public
figures have been lured into expressing approbation
of these Fascist groups The American Jewish Com-
mittee has established that these Fascist elements
are centered around the New York weekly. "Free
Hungary." which publishes unbridled anti-democra-
tic and anti-Jewish propaganda. The majority of
Hungarians m this country are far from the Ii
garian neo Nazi elements
Hungarian Fascist refugee groups are also
ported by Jewish organizations here to COOpei
with native anti-Semite- in Latin American t
tries The anti-Semitic propaganda in the-e coun-
tries i- often used as a weapon against the In.' I
States. One of the Latin American countries where
the anti-Semitic movement la active is Mexico The
key organization there is Fditora Librera. nea
by officers of a publishing firm of the same name,
which specializes in hate literature. In Argentina.
the major neo-Nazi organization is the Nationalist
Union Movement, with about 15.000 members.
Its leader, son of a former Argentine Cabinet
member who strongly supported Hitler, is also as-
SOCiated with a rabidly anti-American publication.
Anti-Semitic movements in Latin American coun-
tries also receive anti-Jewish publications imported
from the L'nited States and distributed from a 'clear-
ing house" in Santiago, Chile.

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Friday. January 20. 1961
vJenisfi fkridFia/n
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
not.ce under
fictitious name law
notice is hbresy oiven "
th.- n !,> .- lmii id, desiring to engage
I neMH under tin fictitious luinw
4'KKS VV \V CLEANERS AND LAI"
DERKTTE Rl fJ3J H.W 27lh Ave..
ten.i- i.. register said ngnu with .
c :, i ih. ir.iiit i'..nrt "i Da
t nty, Floi 'in
ill KMAN I. WEOER
Sol.- i iv.n-'
KESSLER, OARS d ROTH
!": s W 1-1 si.
l I3-JD-27.
r DmM
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 51156-B
in RE Estate > i
,,,.1, ._|,-|i TKNSTKIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T. All i "it i lorn in: All !' r* n*
Ing i 'talma or Demands \-.. >
i -..I.
Yi.u .nf herab) notified and roq ,i e<]
i eaent an) calms and demands
* i. h you maj haw ,11.^1 ; ih< -i itc
.i DAVID i.uii TBN8TBIN .).... .,i
late "f iHide County, Florida, to the
County J nlges ... Dade County, and
file ih. -....... in Tii. ii offlcei in the
County Courthouse m Oade County,
Florida, within eirhl calendar months
from tht- date ".f the flral p iblii al on
hereof, or the same will be barred.
MIRIAM HANKIN, Administratrix
JOSEPH S MAI.KK, Attomi .
4i>: Lincoln Road
Mian i Beach, Florida
1 l l-JO-27, :'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT* E is HEREBY OIVEN lhai
thi nderslgned, i- ring engagi .-i
bulm indi r i !!. of
I IRT <: I 11 I-: .V ESOI 'R r SERVICE
Alnsle) Bldg m an
ii i ... ;ii n.i m< the i '!. i>
Circuit <
.- wi; i::. k \ ,IKXS
-' Ti ii ai .v
\ : .,i.l
i \\ i' ,i. si
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN ili.il
the undersigned, dealrlng lo engage In
lUalm sa I. r the fit 'iil-ais n.ii......i
OOORTESY l'l:l\i:.\\\ \ v al Dade
Count) Intenda to regiatei -.ml name
with (hi Clerk "f the Circuit Court .
of I >ade '''.nil \. Kloi Ida
NEDRIK INC.
;. Kl.i. i 'i.i ii.
I 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTU'E IS HKRKHY i;i\i;\ thai
Mi. undersigned, dealrlni i" engagi n
i.11-111. ~s mdvr the fi'iitlous name ol
RONWrs APARTMENTS al SU Phoi -
netla Avenue, Coral Oablcs, Florida In-
tend i" register raid name with the
clerk ..I the Circuit Court of o.....
Florida.
PREORIC ROSENTHAL
Rl iBERT H R1CHARD IN
Bole i 'v. ii. i -
l 6-13-20-27
uiily,
BMHMMMnWBgl
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
>Jenisti itoridfiann
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-4G05
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
|N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
ND COR DADE CCLNTy.
Florida in probate
io. B1566-C
IN HI N
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
-i
'.-..
\lINDI.IN del
I '. i
ii :hell ifflci -
e In Dade Count!
i I. ndar mi
t< i rat..... hereof, or
am i
FANNIE MINDLIN, R Exe. ul >\
!... -i \\ i! .'mi Tt stami in oi
Mtndlln, 'I-i.. -..'.
IRi vNNKN Atti i
.- bold i luilding
. Kloi Ida
: !7,8/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 135
i EN BRIOMAN,
itlff,
1.1,1 AM P BRIOMAN,
dant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
WILLIAM P. BRIOMAN
.hint
Reatdeno unknown
IRK HEREBY NOTIMED thai
C.lll of "i iitalnt f"i invom ha>
. i agalnal > oti and thai > i m
. it ii net ve r"P) "' v"
-
MILTON A PBIEDM N
|, i- i dim Mi. m -'. Plor.
flli "Uh ih<
f the Court on '
.!.,. of Kebruan
,i. fault will taken i
.,- : i .,! i- -. kin
I .,.!'-- .1
...... i .._: \ il A v.
I'.l.l. Co "I I
.' thia fith d
1 iaili i ni Plot Ida
F. B I.EATHKRM \N
Padi County, Horlda
al) B) I. UNKBDEN.
1 i.: i' Il
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I1N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
nh JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 260
INE H. CL1GOITT.
. ntlff,
IMKri > CLIOOITT,
1 i.-i.nilant.
SUIT FOR DVORCE
. l \MKS O. CLIOOETT,
Addreaa Cnknow n
u are hereby notified thai Bll
Complaint for IHvorci haa n
: ..^.iiiiMt von, and y.i required
.,,,. ., cop) of youi Anawer ol
ladRic lo the Hill of Complaint "'
pla ntlfTi Aornej Lew art J
Uah KS8 duPont Hmldlng. Miami
Fli n.l.i and (il- Hi- ..rlKin.il An-
(r or Pleading i" 'hi otfli "' "
rk r.f th. Circuit Courl on ot ber n
13th day of februar) ; I II >;',
. | idinu ni b) faul' li
i ii. -
n.i, i [hi Bl 1 "(
I- Tin-- n wish :
rl., ,n i; \n ii:. M "


E.B
rii if

\i I V M
i
BON \1C .' K VLIHH
t'-> duPont Bldg., Miami !
torney for IMatni Ifl
1/13
Cubans Welcomed
At Beth Jacob
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
N >Ti>'i: is HEREBY HIVEN thai |
signed, dealrlng (o etigagi In j
n.ini. ol
STH i X.W. Tilh
- i : .'.. i ntendstori'H
e with the Cli ,
fir It Ci ...' Ci lil
' i.MMER VLCtl VTIX<1S Rl
n, I'll
Morris B. FranJc. president, an-
ces a sp< program for new-
- from Havana. Cuba to be
tiated bj Bi th Jacob > i
i evening.,
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead-
..! I ins in Span- { ':'.x XN,;';
and the. lectun I
ondui ted in
Plans will bi
ps and S i
activities
- vll.
LEGAL NOTICE
CERT F'CATE OF
CORPORATE D'SSOLU"ON
IN THc. NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
I i \i.l. Ti> WHOM THESE I
- STS SHALl MI i IREE "INC.*
Wl .'-. ALV1N 0 V88EL MIAMI
l ri.i IRIDA; VV1L M
ULAPSTONE, MIAMI BEACH, FLOR-
IDA TRtN I "TE OBI :'!:.:' VN. -
\MI BEACH, KLORIDA, >lnl on thr
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
- '. D FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
-C
R
IRAH .: MKLN1KER,
... .
NOf'E TC CREDITORS
r*o All Credit i lha\-
- i I -11 .i nd.- .\ -
li
i al.....
alma and
vhi.'h ) I...... --
Al RAH AM MELN1KER, do-
uai 'l late "i i Mil. i 'ount). i".
the Count) Judge* ol lhdi i "ount)
: .aid fill I he Kami In thi i ol Icea in
I irtbouae In i a.l. in-
| ty, Flo Idi within eight .....nd it
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCiIRY
N0.61C 67
ALICE E. R1ETZFELD.
Plaintiff,
vs.
PAUL RIETZFELD,
I Mi., ni
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TOi PAUL RIETBFELD
1 ltiti Manor a uenui
Bronx 72, Sew Tork
Yon. PAUL RIETZFELD, are here-
by notified tii.it a Bill of Complaint f..r
IDvorce hi- bean filed agulnal you,
and you are required to aerve a copj ..f
your Anawet or Pleadlngii to th*- Bill
"i Complaint "ii thi plalntiff'n attor-
ney, Von Zainfi and Kravlts, ci- Mi t-
ropolltan Hank Building, Miami 32,
Florida, and file the original Answer oi
Pleadings n the ofl i of tht Clerk
of th.' Circuit Courl on or before the
th da) "f February, 1961. If you fall
to il" -". juilgmenl b) default will b< I
taken ..--. ti-- you foi the relief de-
thi Bill "i <'.....!!' ni
l" >NE .: : i iRl iBRKD M
. i
.' \ rHERMAN
r|
1 '..:'! I .
I
x M :.' MAN,
it
-.':.
Il TI VX.
-
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NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOLS NAME LAW
N
..._
the I
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ri.!.i
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OATK1 I Miami. 1
.
A M C INVESTMHNT '
:: \' I'reahli nt
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
i In- underolgned, dealrlng to engage in
bualneaa under ih- flctltloua nantei" of
NATION A I. KXTKItl'ltlSKS; nil
JACK D. OLSHEN fc- Ass< m i .\r.i;s
.it 1107 X.W. 17th Avenue, Miami In-
tenda to roglater aald namea ltii the
Clerk of the Circuit Court "t Dade
i '"mil \. Florida.
NATK i.NAI, WATER HEATER
SERVICE en H Pla. Corp.
Il' SO, l '6- -'>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51507-C
IN RE Batate ..f
S HAItV i:Y OREENSPAN
Oei-eaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Peraona -
'nt: ctalma oi I i.-nnin.i- Against s.<
Estate
you .i hi reb) notified and rei
...I to present an) elaims and dent
which you ina> have against ihi
nt. of s IIARVKY OREENSPAN -
..,-. i lati of Dade Count). PI
,, ihi 'ount) Judgea of I ladi i i
. i he -.' me III t heir ofl Ii I
inn Court housi in Oade C in-
,. Hi u It hill iii li t
uti ii iIhIi "I the il -'
if, ..i ili^
.IE \N" l< OREENSPAN
IIU'HAKI i I- INK
i: \ i tors
H.VIili K h'lNK. Alt
can l!i l llilg
1
'
months fri i date "f the flrsi pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
....i red.
i \fK SEDRISH
JEROME OOLDM \N
lAdniini.-ti at i-(
OOIJ>MAN <- i ;i >i. I-si'1.1.\
\ l t'.rn- v -
23M West Flagler Stn el
Miami, Florida
l 20-27, -' 3-10
\ I '. i I
I ,. it under lh i 1
60S, Fli nil.. Statm -. Ms-
CAYNB BAY PTS INC .. cot
u u it ii lm Ipal plat of b -
n TY, In hi Stati of Florida, and whore-
ie propi r offloi of i u h i "i nor-
did "n the nth day of Januiny. I
A D. 1961, i lai be filed In the |
... of thi s. '. of State of th. ]
State "f Florida, .i flub authentlciteil ___________________________________.^_
^solution adopted b) the stockh-id-n Mnxirc iiMnco
,,!,., the provision* of raid ( haptei CTmoSi name law
,-. Florida 8ta\utea, showing the d.s- N( ,,F^J7< HKl M 'V\ I N -.,
,..,.,,,,,, MH II K I- OKI. ... "'> h.'l
S iw, iheref Ihi of thi undersigned, desrlnt to engage In
- do" h"" 'rt,,r lo '' "" 'r-r'nirM1;! vi'u'''"vCx""i'mI-m
i hi sal .fled that ii ^',''.'"'-', V \, i i <,
: ement, a havi I....... ,\i- Nl "f ''-.' u ^"f*
. it|| in n glati r Id nami -
IN w'lTNFPS WHBR1 '" "' "" ''".....'""'' "'
' "-.t my hand am ive &;, ,.,,... ,N(-
... | Seal ol thi .-.'. FORM \T.\\ BAR. IN< .
I '..... ,..lV nv,TIV ;" '
. EVEN rH ON A- '
l I .
f J AN CA RY
T '\l ADAMS
>...-.. Stati
<
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 379
.'I R \ I.' K'KWI D
(Iff,
\ -
,i:i: i.i h kwi 'i
1 lefendanl
NOTICE TO APPEAR
(BY PUBLICATION)
Pi LEB I.' lOKWl n I i
Ri nideni Unknow n
Y' lU ARE HEREBY req i n d Ii
., ... ., op> f your Anawi r t" the
tomplaini for Dh..... hi n In oi
Liiimff Attorney, M i R R A ^ /.
KLEIN 413 Seybold Building, Miami
12 Florida, and tlh the original In lh
ft- of the Ok rk of thi Ii Cot I
.ii or before i bi at > M, I Ml. other
a -.-. thi said Cause will < "i^
'onfesai DATED this itth day of Jan
E. B I.i:\THKIt.VIAN. Clerk
ol the Clroult Court
. B) : K M LYMAN,
i I u\ i 'lerk
1 /2n.;7. j a- 10
or A
21 i.i n Ri ..'I

NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, if .' i I'! rv i.IVI'N 'Ii..'
i ....: engagi i
i, .-!,.
NASSAU OARDE.N APARTMENTS al
6740 N.I ivenui \ ih Miami
I l reglsti mid
A.,!, k ol ihi Cli ii Court
i iad' Ci nt Florida
HYMAN KIRSNER
i Ri N \RDi : il.l* "KIN
Co-Partm ra
! \.'K >NKI S
,. .... \'..|.ii. ants
no i. n< oln Road .......
27. 2 S-l"
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HttRr.Oi !> liN mat
the ind. i sitin .1. ih i ii. t" ni-iic. in
SAND-El.L STRICTLY
KOSHER
US ...*. ."C
anil' Beach int. ml- i" regiater said
name wMh the Clerk ol Circuit
Courl of D.oic County, Florida.
SI i|, \\ KISS
-.. i iwner
.
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTH 'E IS BEREBY OIVEN
nderslgned, deslrlnc to engagi In
eat under the fictitious nnnm of
MEDICAL i'REDIT RESEARCH BU-
REAU .u VT. Fisherman, Oi-locka In-
lend* i.....g -! said name with th.
fieri of the Circuit Court "t Dade
County, Kl'.'Ma.
JULIUS WIENER
Sole i twner
MAIN" S CAWN
\it>.i n. > in Vpplli anl
mi. Lincoln R".d ..:
. _.,,_j7 Miami, ria.
HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 51425-C
nil
\ I AM IN FINK EL
. i
NOTXE TO CREDITORS
To All i'" 'hi'" and All Pe sons I
, mi.- or i : Vgalnsl !
Esti
------ v a an hereby not tiled and n
resell! any claims and dent i 8
ivhlrlt \..ii ma) have against the -
, ( BENJAMIN FINKKL deceased ite
..f Oade County, Florida, t<> ti" Coun-
ty Judges .a Dade County, and file ;lie
. In iii.ii offices in the Co
Courthouse in Dadi County, Ho
fight calendai months from fie
of ih. fii-i publieatton hi '.
or the .-.'in.- ill be barred.
I.Ki iNARD K F1NKEL
MILTON FINKBL
WEINKLE .^ KESSLBR
Att" neya
l i Ke) bokl I'.iiilding
12 so, i -fi-n-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 60C12434
PHILIP HELLER and LENA
HELLER, : wife,
Plal I'-
ll.\\I! > .; A EICHLER and
ER'HLER. his wife,
ndai : -
NOTICE TO APPEAR
i" DAVID O A HELLER
Vvenui
A'ahlw Ii k Ni !- >
EICHLER
Mrs David O a Eli hk i >
_".; w i...... Avi nue
.\"..: .ii k. Ni .!
Vi U KRE HEREBY N< iTIFIEl '
In) lo Kon
nortgagi ded I
i;....'k :':". Pagi "y. Puhlk Recoi d
idi 'ount Fli ;'i imherlng
l.,,t |o, IV S< "O'l Addition J"
WESTWI iOD i.akk. according '
the Plat then of, ns reco rl I'lal
BcM.k 80 al Page ': ot I i
;:... i. i lade "ountj. Fli
iai bet n flk d gainst > ou; an
re hereto n H < '" "'' Vl "-' '
in- Vnawer or other pleadings oi c
Plaintiffs' attorneys, Berkell & Kwlt-
ney, 1222 N.E. I3rd Street, North Mi-
lt Bi i" h, Fli rlda i i d flk the orlg-
'nal thereof In the office ol the Clerk
if the Circuit Courl "n "i before the
Huh da) "f Jan bi >*1. oi .. i i >
Pro Confeaao will bi entei^d again*!
I iATED al North M at Beach,
Florida, this thi Mtn das of Decent-
In I. I860
E B LEATHERMAN
. l, ''ii.' ii "'" irt
-----1) B K M I.Y.MAX.
I'. i .it % Clei k
12 SO 6 '"-'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, dealrlng i" engagi In
business under the fictitious nann -I
FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTER al 22^8
S.W, -Ii St., Miami nil.nils t" reg 'i
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
t'ouii I 'a.l. I '.unity. Kloi Id
LAWRENCE ADLRR, M.D.
12 ::>. I .
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Hint
Ih. undersigned, desiring to engag- n
-.- .mil. i thi fictitious nann
HALLMARK DECORATORS at
N W lM.nl St., Miami Intend*
. |d n.urn it li the Clei k til
; of 1 nde Count). Flu
: iBERT .1 EST1S
1 B-IJ-2
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. iTICE IS HEREBY (SIVEN
.iri Igm 'I. ili -n Ing i" engag. In
i i- ni -- nndi the fictitious nanii ol
IMPORT BNTERPRISBK al ''' x'-'1
Street, Miami Beach int. nils to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
in nit Court "f Dade County, Florida.
IRVING BAIER
1 6*13-5" -'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HTCREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlng to engagi In
ness under th.- fictitious nann "f
RONNIE JOY VPARTMENTS at 18I
w.-t Avenue, Miami Beach Intends >
register said name with the Clerk "f
Ihe Circuit Courl ol Dade County.
Fli i 'I..
HARRY LANDSMAN
12 JO. 1 5-l"-29
Stfl DEPOSIT B0*f5,
"One ul ihf Nniioi
Oldal and Lmgvil
aft>

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Pcge 1G-A
*Jen ist fkriidHan
One
of Theirs
By MAX LtRNER
UN Given AJCommittee's
Plan Against Anti-Semitism
Continued from Page 1-A
State?
America and the United
whose propaganda probably hod
a hand in spreading the epidemic
of vandalism, ard it deals w.th
the suppression of Jewish culture
in the Soviet Union. It then
makes IrH following rtCMMIMH*
datiors:
1. The UN Subcommission si
undertake ;i thorough survey ol neo-
\.\/\ and anil-Semitic organizations
throughout the world. Including spe
eific information about the nature
oi each group, its membership,
ideology, literature and activities.
and an assessment ol its influence.
Particular emphasis should be I
given io the use ol anti-Semitism
ior political ends.
2. The Subcommission should ex-
plore how the home, school
church, which arc in a key position
to influence the flexible minds I
the young, art fostering wrholesi le
ingoing an:! unprejudiced atti
tudes essential to the individual s
mental health, as well d- to (he
well being of the community. The
inlluence of priv a I e cil
through their voluntary organiza
lions might also be examined.
3. There are major proDlems di
bigotry that need further explor-
ation. More needs to be learned
about the social and psychological
factors, including cultuisi conflicts
thai result in hostile action against
particular groups. Tin- c< rrel
between anli-Semitic attitude- am'
The mob of students in Harvard Yard gathered not only to salute a
former Harvard student and current Harvard overseer, but also to sa-
lute their own possible future. When John F. Kennedy, oi the ctass ol
1940. came to Cambridge lor the annual overseers meeting, he came
with Secret Service nun and a press corps tagging along.
The seasoned rt porters who tracked him were Slumped for a more
lhan routine -lory. The real story lay not in the return of an old grad
but in the uses of a university in the life ol the nation, and in the future
lole ot a trained creative minority in furnishing leadership to the broa.i
mass of people from whom they come The real story lay in the mob
(; several thousand students who swarmed around the President elect
with reckless zeal, claiming him as one of their own. making him par
cf their dream. "In dreams begin responsibilities," Delmore Schwartz
has said.
I DON'T MEAN THAT EVERY Harvard student will now dream of
perhaps somedav becoming President of the United States. 1 mean
H.melhing less hackneyed-that the Kennedy appointments, with their
Stress on intellectual competence, help restore the standing wnich the
life of the mind had in the days of Jefferson and Madison.
There are many jokes about how Kennedy has raided the Harvard
iacultv. There are reasons why Harvard has been singled out. For
one thing. Kennedy was an undergraduate there. For another, a- Sena-
tor from Massachusetts this was the group he naturally turned to Add
the fact that Kennedy, himself something of an intellectual, feels at
home with campus people. Finally there is the scarely deniable tact
quite aside irom the old school tie, that Harvard as a university is really
prettv good.
But so are other universities. Now that the trail has been cleared
to Cambridge, other trails need to be opened to other university cam- rcctly connected wither.*ks ol
puses where the new administration will be able to conscript iirst rale
men for the national ordeal ahead.
The President-elect does things with grace. I think, for example,
of the visit he paid to the Cambridge home of Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
who knows what John Seelcy knewthat history is past politics and
politics pie-ent history, and who brings an incisiv mind to bear upon
both
We have been complaining for years about the American failure to
value the teacher. The President-elect's visit to a history professor's
house does more to strengthen the teacher's standing in the American needs further cxp.oration: likewise
community than volumes of speeches. tje correlation between group pre*
_j7_ _-A-_ udices. and hostile attitude- toward
I HOPE THAT THE NEW readiness to use the national brains stock -democratic ideas, movements and
pile will bring about, however, a change ol outlook among intellectuals, institutions generally, including the
They have had a double vice. Many have had an ivory-tower contempt U itself.
for government, choosing to think of their work as millions of light \ 4. The Subcommission should i-
years away Irom the streets where men sweat and the halls where they sue a report on measures and pro-
govern the battlefields where they die. Others have fallen into the op- grams currently conducted by gov-
posite vice, of tailoring their counsel to fit the preferences and preju- ernment- of UN member States for
dices of the men in the chairs oi the mighty. Both these blindnesses the purpose of eradicating anti-
must now be stripped away. Semitism and other form* of prej-
Knowledge comes in curious and uncalculated ways by guess ami udice. This report could analyze
surprise, by indirection and accident, by idle curiosity, as well as by the aspects of prejudice as well as
determined assault. But once it is there it is meant to be used by human education measures taken to coun
beings. To use it thus, those whose business is thought need to become teract it.
commanders of men as well as servants of the state.
This is a new notion for Americans, to which they have not yet ac-
customed themselves. The pratical" politicians will doubtless resent
the extent to which Kennedy is raiding the universities, the stress he
puts on greater aid to educcation, the emphasis on his cherished idea
ol a Youth Peace Corps. Kennedy has shown himself to be as practical'
a politician as any county boss, but since his task is on a vaster stage
than their- it includes using not only them but the intellectuals as well.
HE SPOKE AT THE STATE HOUSE in Boston of the "high and
lonely"' post to which he is called. The brains he must enroll to help
him in hi- task will have to be used for diverse purposes: lor preventing
nuclear war; for competing effectively in political war with the Com-
munist world; tor Informing Americans about the world and the world
about America: for reforming the social instruments which have fallen
behind in the areas of employment, economic growth, social welfare
and social justice: for transforming world conflict into a frame of world
order.
alter Sputnik, America awoke to the need for speeding up the study
of the sciences and mathematics. But the physical and natural scien
it- are only ,i uouri a- the uses to which they are put. This means a
new emphasis upon the sciences ol human society and the arts ol policy
and decision.
If the universities can awaken to this need there may still be cam-
puses with students and teachers a decade Irom now.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee report also deals with anti-
Semitism in the United States It
po.nts out that in contrast to
continental Europe, the United
States has never e.igaged in the
political or ideological forms of
anti-Semitism. Hc*evcr, Jews in
America do er-.ccunter various
forms <-f social Ciscriminat.on
which manifests itself in various
exclusionary practices."
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Sid (Mrs. Lou) Margulies entertained a group
of loeal friends at lunch in the Bamboo room of the
Roney Plaza hotel on Saturday, and proved that
beautiful redheads look even more beautiful in
peaeock blue .
Natalie (Mrs. Herbert | Weiss came down from
-w. New York to share a few weeks of the vacation
tr parents, the Warren Siglcrs. are having with brother Stephen,
who is leaving soon for a tour of duty in England "Nattie" at-
t< re! Miami Beach High years ago, as did her husband, known as
"Rocky" when he graduated in 1946 They now have two sons,
Alan. 9. and Mark. 3 ..
Judge Milton A. Friedman has just returned from a B'nai B'rith
mid-winter District 5 Grand Lodge board of governors meeting in
sigh, N.C. While there, he visited son Ronald, who is a
ttiident at the university, and then stopped off in Columbia. S.C., to
jnake a major address at the 25th anniversary oi the foundini 11
t B'nai B'rith lodge there.

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The Sam Oritts. of 810 Laki view dr have an exciting time
. They have been invited by Sen. and Mrs. Styles Bri
I the Presidential Inaugural hall, but prior to that. Mrs.
*it! has to be in New York, and her husband will be in Philadelphia
. Nevertheless they will meet in Washington in ample time .
Selma's ball gown, designed by Pauline Trigere. is a pcau de
ie print in blended torus of fuchsia, beige, grey and brown, which
ould bring out the sparkle of her lovely eyes ... All accessori)
ve been dyed to match, and the ensemble will be compkted with
Jllensth white gloves and mink wrap to guard against Washing
"s chilly weather ..
The re won't be much time to linger, for son. Michael, is arriv-
e Saturday from New Orleans to spend his mid-semester vacation
nm Tulane. and he expects his parents to be here to tree: him.
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Mitzi Weiss, at the luncheon meeting oi the Women's Cancer
ague of Miami Beach on Friday, was her own best recommenda-
"for the beauty parlor of which she recently took charge in the
bcerne hotel wi'th Oriette ... She was chatting with equally
/active Mrs. Micky (Yvettcl Krauss. and Mrs. Milton (Frances)
bn. president and vice president of the League Discussion
< red around the importance of the League luncheon to be held
8 at the Americana hotel ..
The parents of Stephen Mayer Garber. 730 14;h pi., are looking
.i. (I eagerly to the two weeks he will spend with thorn dining
* break in semesters at the University of Florida starting Saturday
[. He was recently elected chancellor of Tau Epsilon Phi there ...
Mrs. Seymour Rubin has invited a number of women, active in
tal organization work, to her home. 850 Lakeview dr., for a "CJA
pee'' on Tuesday at 10 a.m. ...
Mrs. Betty Finegold. of the Allison hotel, introduced her house
tst Mrs. Isadore Friedman, of Cincinnati, to 50 of her iriends at
unchcon in the Louis Philippe room of the Fonlaincbleau hotel .
a of the women are active with Betty in Deborah group of
ja^ah and the Women's Cancer League.
Bhthdazc: A first son, Todd Mayer, was born to Rabbi and
s. Louis (Sima) Cassel on Jan. 8 Sisters Debbie. 12, and
etta 2 attended the bris. with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating
. Godparents were Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham (Peggy) Cassel,
dd's aunt and uncle Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Julius
feoff, oi Miami Beach, and Mrs. Jennie Cohen, of Jerusalem .
Lyle R.. born Dec. 21. to Dolly and Rick Fried, is their third
kid and third son. and filth grandchild and fifth grandson of Selma
Louis) Fried ... He missed, by one day. being born on his
indmother's birthday .
Mr and Mrs. Irving (Sandra) Friedman, of 1939 N. Glade dr.
i. Miami Beach, are parents for the first time Son Greg LOW-
Vu born in Jackson Menu rial Hospital on Jan. 13 rae new
her is president of an aircraft parts company lhe Hyman
edmans and Julius Halpryns are the happy grandparent! ,
Alex and Bea Straus were elated with the arrival of grand-
gh.cr Julie Gale an Jan. 11. who joined brother Jeffrey Dav d
months old, and parents Mi. and Mrs. Stanley fRosemarie)
[-The stork hovering over the home of the Peter Wolfs, OJMW.
......r Island It wlU be the first child tor Peter and wife.
Inc. and first grandchild for her parents, the Joe Harts, oo-u
I- : rd.
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[N. hbors and friends helped Robert Lcvinc celebratt! his 75th
lday at an open house Jan. 15. compensating somewhat ifor the
thai his children and grandchildren could not be with hm. .
big event Mrs. Jack (Lee) Shaw made the birthday cake
a recipe given to her in great secrecy by the world-renowned
i,s the Waldman hotel Mr. and Mrs. William Danzinger
few York, and the M. B. Smiths, of New ^"^ZkZV^
for the estivities The l.evincs, originally from New York.
hi ed here for the pas. 10 years a. 7100 Rue Notre Dame
To emDhasize the brilliance and importance of the Greater
P SS Guild Ball to be held Friday at the Mta
pi. famed society orchestra leader Lester Ian.n and his aggre
pn will be flown down especially for the event.
...
Bar Mitzvahs here bring almost as many visitors as the sun-
e The Arian Abramchiks. of New York, and the Bob Fullers,
Michigan, are here to celebrate with nephew Arthur Levin .
r>r Michael Blumh came all the way from San Jose. Calif., to
mthe occasion with long-time friends Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krain
jnd son, Paul, as did his cousin, Steven, and uncle, Jacob Blass-
[berg- ,,onl Massachusetts .
f Attending the reception in honor of Stan Horowitz were relatives
[Mf. and Mrs. Ben MarkowitZ, Mrs. Pauline Goodman and son, Jack,
(of Brooklyn .
And guest of honor at the Bar Mitzvah of Douglas Kayc. along
Ih'his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Friedman, was Davio
Ldmr.n. of New York. ___________ -----------
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"World
"jTewisli meridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 20, 1961
Section B
"Strategy of Peace," by John F. Kennedy, is the
timely work selected as the third in the 1960-61
series ci book reviews scheduled by the Miami
B?ach chapter of Hodassch. Seated are Mrs.
William Feuer, ticket chairman; Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein, reviewer; Mrs. Philip Thau, chapter
coordinator, Mrs. Jack Entine, assistant Lcnet
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer (left) and Mrs. Louis Glasser (right)
will be hostesses at a reception ior Mayor Robert F. Wagner, of
New York City, on Sunday in the Pavilion room of the Eden Roc
hotel. They are shown with chairman of the hostess committee,
Mrs. Bernard Stevens (center), al a luncheon in the Turf Club,
where they were guests of Saul Silberman.
Premiere Luncheon Chairmen Named
Mrs. Sam Blank and Mrs Arnold
Seeder have been appointed co-
chairmen of the hostess committee
for the Combined Jewish Appeal
Premiere Luncheon on Tuesday
noon. Feb. 7, in the Eden Rot-
hotel.
Mrs Morris Goodman, general
chairman ol the Women's Division
campaign, told members of her
campaign cabinet 'hat the lunch-
eon will officially sound the call to
all women of Greater Miami to
t.ike part in this year's drive."
Miami's leading Jewish women
will be invited to serve on the cov-
eted hostess committee, according
to Mrs. Blank and Mrs. Seeder
'This year's Premiere Luncheon
Will again carry out the French
theme that has so delighted our
Women's Division volunteers.
said Mrs. Fay Ahlin Robbins. Pace-
setters' chairman, commenting on
chairman. Standing are Mrs. Maurice College-
man, Mrs. Isaac Weinberger, Mrs. Joseph
White, Mrs. Morris Rothkoff, Mrs. Clara Denner
and Mrs. Frank Gurtov. The review will be
held Monday, 1 p.m., at the Algiers hotel. Pro-
ceeds are for vocational education in Israel.
AJCong. to Hear
National Exec.
. Alderson. national dire
of the American Jewish Cop
Women's Division, will be I
note speaker at an all-day ih^m _
workshop Monday at the 1|U{?
Terrace hotel. "^\
In announcing plans for the^w
Mrs. Leo C. Steinberg, president
of the Florida Women's Division,
said the theme will be "What
Makes Us Different?"
Mrs. David Muskat, chairman of
the day, has planned two panel
workshops for the meeting. Be-
ginning at 10:30, the morning ses-
sions will be devoted to a discus-
ssion of the activities of the Com-
mission on Law and Social Action
and the Commission on Community
Interrelations.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple
Beth Sholom, will be principal con-
sultant for the morning workshops.
Serving with him will be Mrs. Lil-
lian Mamlet, who is responsible
for the CLSA session, and Mrs. Mil-
ton Zoloth. who will serve as re-
source person lor the workshop on
Community Interrelations.
Lunch will be served at noon, and
each Congress member and her
new member will be guests of the
Congress.
At 1 p.m.. two concurrent
workshops on the Commission on
In ernational Affairs and the Com-
mission on Jewish Affairs will be
held. Rabbi Jonah E Caplan will
present a comprehensive view of
the activities oi these commissions,
and will be assisted by Mrs. Her-
bert Zame and Mrs. Maurice Kell-
ner, who will act as resource per-
SOUS.
Southgate Group
Oneg Shabbat
Mrs Jacob Bernstein will give
the invocation, and Mrs. Henry
Schwartz, vice president, will pre-
side at the monthly Oneg Shabbat.
given by the Southgate group of
Hadassah on Saturday. 2 p.m., in
the Recreation room of Southgate
Towers.
Rabbi Henry B Wernick will re-
view the fourth portion of "Great
Ages and Ideas of the Jewish Peo-
ple." by Leo W. Schwartz, and Mrs.
Joseph Weisberg and Mrs. Hannah
Cohen will give appropriate read-
ing for Tu B'Shevat.
Mrs Jack HomeNky is in charge
of the social hour that will follow.
advance plans. "Since our Pre-
miere event has always managed
to produce a 'first' in every social
season, we expect to continue our
unbroken record of successes," she
said.
Vice chairmen of the Premiere
are Mesdames A. L. Glickinan.
Samuel Halperin and Alex Manson.
who are assisting with the program
,uul arrangements
The program committee has re-
vealed that a display of glamor
fashions "straight from the style
capitals of Europe" will be one of
the' highlights of the day.
Martha's Fashions, of the Ameri-
cana hotel, will present a showing
Of advance spring styles for "The
Woman of 1961." which will include
the new Florida shades an I cover
the color spectrum, from "shy to
shocking pink."
Said Mrs. noooins. "Our woman
of 1961 is not only chic, up-to-date,
and knowledgeable, she is also
to help others. When she is called
upon to act, she can accept re-
sponsibility. And. she is generous
with her time and means. We ex-
pect this type of woman to set the
pace for CJA at the Premiere
Luncheon."
Reservations for the Premiere
can be made by calling FR 3-0411.
young Married* 1o Dine
Young married couples under 35
will participate in the annual Per-
fect Circle Sabbath on Friday ve-
iling at Temple Emanu El. Dinner
at 6:30 p.m. in Sirkin Hall will be
lollowcd by late services at 8:30
p.m.
Mothers Will
March on Polio
More than 12.000 women will
participate in the annual Mothers'
March of the Dade County March
of Dimes on Tuesday evening, it
has been announced by Mrs. Her-
bert A. Ktivill, Of Key Biscayne,
overall Mothers' March chairman
lor Dade county.
Mrs Kuvin has appointed 24
area chairmen, who have in turn
named captains, lieutenants, ser-
geants and corporals to assist in
house-to-house calls during the
March.
The program of the National
Foundation, which includes patient
care, research and professional ed-
ucation in the fields of polio, ar-
thritis and birth defects, is sup-
ported by the March of Dimes.
Since the inception of the March
of Dimes, more than 350.000 polio
patients have received assistance
from the National Foundation, in-
ins medical treatment, braces,
crutches a id chairs at a cost of
$375,000,000.


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*Jenist Fkradtiar)
Left to right are Mesdames Harold Retskin, bring Go.tmon,
Max Temchin, Bsnjamin Issenberq, Rae Berrin, Meyer Brilliant,
Louis Schneiderman, Warren Z'undell. Jack Thaler. Philip
Galitz. Yale Leavy, George Malin, James M. Jcblon. and Milton
oft.
Nvho -. Herbert Shapiro, president. Greater Miami chapter, De-
politick Hospital, Mrs. Harry Auslander, chairman, and Mrs.
both, 08 Schwarz, co-chairman, discuss the chapter's dinner
\v.-e Sunday evening, Jan. 29, at the Eden Roc hotel.
va'-
Deborah Hospital
Dinner Dance
Greater M ami chapter of Debo-
rah Ho.-pital will hold a dinner
dance on Sunday evening. Jan 29.
at the E-Jen Roc hotel.
Co-chairmen of the event are
Mrs. Harry Aulander and Mrs.
Eugene Schwarz.
Deborah Hosnj'a! cn?cio,'7e r*
patients suffering from tuberculo-
sis, heart afflictions, and othe
is in Browns Mills-in-the-Pines.
N.J
Temple Menorah Dance
Annul dance of Temple Meno-
i'TA will be held in the new
Social Hall of the Temple on Sun-
.lay at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Samuel B.
"earlrr.an. first vice president, is
-hairman of the affair, which will
eature a comedian, singer, dance
.earn, and orchestra.
o/GUST BROS U\ i*
lore for Plaque Memorials
Charles Rosenthal. founder of
I Riverside Memorial Chapels, will be
n Miami for the dedication of the
! ironze plaques to be placed in each
Riverside Chapel in memory of the
ate Irving Biasberg. community
eader and president of the funeral
.ome chain, who died here recently.

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Stone in an Israeli dance as part of the program presented by
Sunset Division. National Council oi Jewish Women, during
a January meeting in celebration of Jewish Music Month.
Pioneer Women
Slate Activities
Mrs. William Beckwith, presi-
dent, will conduct the next meet-
ing of the Golda Meir Club. Pio-
neer Women, on Tuesday, 8 p.m.,
at Beth El Auditorium.
The program will be dedicated
to observance of Tu B'Shevat. Jew-
ish Arbor Day. and Mrs. Meyer
Kohn, Jewish National Fund chair-
man, will introduce Dr. Zev Ko-
gan. executive director of the JNF
Council of Greater Miami, as guest
speaker
Mrs. Rebecca Herman will be
soloist in the musical program that
> the speaker, and hostesses
are Mrs. Gussie Binder and David
Nerove.

Mesdames Sonia Goldberg and
Minnie Bauer will sponsor a lunch-
eon for Pioneer Women, Club 1. on
Sunday noon in the Sunshine res-
taurant.
Mordecai Yardeei, author and
- -pcaker.
Mrs. Joseph, atranti is president.
All proceed; go to Child Rescue
Fund of Israel.
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Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Wom-
en, is having a desert coffee and
card party Wednesday. 1 p.m.. in
North Shore Post Meeting
> Jewish War Veterans. North
iShore Post and Auxiliary will meet
Wednesday evening. 8:15 p.m. at
1 Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn.. 1160 Normandy dr. The
meeting will feature a Blood Bank
[drive and discuss the organization's
'fund-raising social on Jan. 28 at the
! Disabled American Veterans Home.
I 330 W Okeechobee rd.
Academy Women
Meet Wednesday
Hebrew Academy Women will
meel Wednesday noon at Wald-
man's San Marino hotel.
Mrs Joseph Shapiro, president,
said that the meeting will launch
the organization'.- annual journal
project.
Dr. Zev K cutive >;
tor of the Gi
National Fund Council, will be
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Program co-chairmi
Mrs. I
Joni. cob Weiss
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; ceeds go to Child Rescue Fund of
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Friday. January 20. 1S61
Dade County PTA
Offers Tableaux
Dade County Council PTA will
meet Wednesday at Robert E. Lee
Junior High, 3100 NW 5th ave at
Tableaux will be used to present
the pro rram, aid three students
from the Robert E. Lee Junior
High will tell why they are taking
the early bird 7:30 a.m. dass< -
Mrs. Elizabetb Boone. superv.^r-
of foreign languages of the Dale
county schools, will demonstr.i:e
the new approach to the teaching
of langw
Bill Barber, in charge of the
school's driver program, and Ted
Blier. supervi-or of health and
physical education of the school
board, will be introduced by John
Earle. director of junior high
schools, who will coordinate the
program. Mrs Charles H. Finkel-
stein is Council's program chair,
man.
Lorber Chapter
Fashion Show
Lorber chapter of the Jewish Na.
tional Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren in Denver will present i's an-
nual fashion show and luncheon on
Mar 15 at ihi Deauville hotel.
Bui Ine'l i!l show the Pans
spring collection of the E. 1. Du-
pont Co., which manufachu
bers and sends them to France to
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Legislative Meet Due in Tallahassee
Planning the third annual flower show of the Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital Garden Club on Feb. 7 are (left to right) Mrs. Anthony W.
Lane, past president; Mrs. Molly Turner, of WPST ch. 10, in-
vited guest; and Mrs. Lester Stepner, president. _______
Garden Club
Planning Show
"Beautiful Florida Flower Ar-
rangements" is the theme for the
third annual flower show of the
Mt, Sinai Hospital Garden Club to
be held at the home of Mrs. Irving
Miller, 2305 Lake ave Sunset Isl-
ands, Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 7.
Over 100 floral arrangements
will be on exhibition. The artistic
division will depict Oriental dis-
play! of flowers, foliage, fresh
fndt and dried material, singly
and in combinations.
He horticultural division will in-
clude rare plants, cut flowers,
branches of trees or shrubs, and
planters suitable for the foyer,
coffee table and kitchen.
One of the highlights of the show ,
will be the entries of the Junior '
Division, submitted by boys and;
pirii six to 16. titled -Comics,"
Cotillion," and "Teen Page."
Mrs. Harry A. Moscoe is chair-
man, and assisting her will be J
Meedair.os Harry A. Moscoe and
MOITis Krovetz; Irvin Wcinrich,
tickets; Alexander Kogan, infor-,
mataon; .lame- Ahramson, hospi-
tality; Louis S Hoss. Junior Divi-
sion; ami Anthony W. Lane,,
award- Mr-. Loter S'.epner is
prtaidcni.
Sisterhood Sees Play
"Religion in Holiday Fashions,"
a play by Mrs. Daniel Lapin, was
to be presented by the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center Sisterhood
OB Thursday evening at Flaglcr-
Granada. Mrs. Sam Kowalski is
president. Mrs. Abe Saluk is pro-
gram chairman, and Mrs. Leo
Drutz, in charge of refreshments.
Legislation conference, sponsored
j by the Florida Congress of Par-
I ents and Teachers, will be held in
Tallahassee qp, Jan. 24 through 26,
with the general meetings conven-
ing in the Senate Chamber of the
. Capitol.
Since this is a legislation year
and the PTA is more dedicated
I than ever to securing adequate
laws for the welfare of young peo-
ple, the invitation to attend the
i conference is being expanded, and
i for the first time many local units
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Elsa Maxwell Will
Host Ball Here
Elsa Maxwell will be hostess at
one of Greater Miami's most gala
: social events of the 1960-61 season.
i the New Dawn Ball, on Sunday eve-
: ning, Jan. 29 at the Fontainebleau
| hotel.
The ball will benefit the new.
I non-profit, non-sectarian Osteo-
pathic General Hospital currently
under construction in No Miami
Beach. i
Honorary" chairman for the black
tie event is Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, j
of Miami Beach. Mrs Irene Patti j
Swartz. former Metropolitan Opera
singer, is general chairman, and is
being assisted by Mrs. William
Parry and Dr. John Larimer, phy-
sicians' chairman.
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by the Johnny Masters Or-
chestra. A full program of enter-
tainment is also planned.
in Dade ounty are planning to
send representatives from their
schools.
Delegates from the Dade County
Council PTA are Mesdames Milton
Weiss, president; II. B. Ogden. leg-
islation chairman; and Louie Van-
del and Alfred D. Barbieri, corre-
sponding and recording secretar-
ies.
Also attending from Miami are
Mesdames Robert Tauber, Flori-
da Congress* vice president of
committees on organization; H. J.
Johansen. president. PTA District
12; William P. Cooke, state pro-
cedure and bv-laws chairman;
Grover Angell, state character a'.d
spiritual education chairman; and
John L. Bagg, state mental health,
chairman.
Mrs. W. L. Mussett. Miami, vice
president of National Congress of
j Parents and Teachers, and Florida
I Congress' legislation chairman, 13
1 chairman of the conference.
A1 Cong. Conference Luncheon
American Jewish Congress V !l
have a conference meeting a !
luncheon at the Biscayne Terrace
hotel on Monday, 10:30 a.m. to 2 I
p.m. Mrs Betty Aldcrson. natioi [
executive director of the Wome ';
! Division, will be guest speai
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Sunshine chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will sponsor a County Fair
on Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. at the First
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
900 NE 125th St.. No. Miami. Mrs.
Frank Burg and Mrs. Lillian Ja-
coby are in charge of information
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Friday. January 20. 19S1
TASTE AND TELL
Quite a switch Instead of talking about CJA and the fabulous
Jewel" luncheon of which I am chairman, I attended the "Taste and
Tell" luncheon of the Sisti of Coral Way Jewish i?nter in the
ca] acity of judge.
Miss First Weds
Miami Dentist
Double rins ceremony united
Barbara First and Dr. William B
Cooper on Dec. 25 at the Ever-
glades hotel. The rings belonged
to his grandparents.
Rabbi Sidney Letkowitz. of Jac-
ksonville, and Rabbi Nathan Zwit-
man and Cantor Albert Glantz. of
Temple Tifereth Israel, officiated
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Allen H. First. 625 NE
soth ter. she 1- a graduate of the
University ol Miami and is now
teaching In Dade count]
The new Mrs. Coaper chose a
floor-len th gown of white chantilly
lace ,,:'v' Inserts of satin, and li-
ra v.-1 attached to a crown of
pearls. She earned a corsage of
.. My category was appetizers. There were only supposed to be a
first and second prize, but I picked three. ... !!?!'
First was fried eggplant, by Judy (Mrs. Herbert) Green. Second tun
Ralph Nerr.berg.
and Gary Gerson
Barry Ku-
served as
nd
^K^ :lT'Wer, paren, are Mr and
SBSSS arouS -. other tables to help the judges, and 4 Mr, Ug*^^**^
Miller. Steir
Plan for April
Mr and Mrs. Sam Miller, of 9024
Harding ave.. announce the Bflgag
rnent of their daughter. Jo-Ann. ;a
Dr. Bruce S. Sleir.
lie is the son of Mrs. Lee Steir,
of 1568 Pennsylvania ave.. and tro
late Philip Steir.
An April nodding i- p'.anred
Forty-Niners Will
Meet Monday
The Fort) Niners. Temple Emann.
El's club for senior citizens,
mixing culture and entertainment
next meeting Monday nigh'.
Sirkin Hall.
John Gibson, well known researci
imisl and community fade
will ell the group about the latesl
advances in virus research, high-
lighted by a specially prepare 1
film
Ai-o appearing will be a troop o[
professional dancers and singers
Mrs. Freda Newman is presi
111
MOUNT
excuse for more tasting.
President, Mrs. Seymour Goldstein, who was hostess to tne luncheon
at ter home, whispered that the prizes would be hand-lettered rolling
pus with black velvet ribbons to hang on the winner's kitchen wall
Naturally, on the way home. I got lost and found myself at the
Fri-on Farm.
* *
WCMAN OF THE WEEK
Our Mollie is Mollie (Mrs Sol) Silverman. who is now serving her
tenth year as president of the Women's Auxxiliary of the Jewish Home
for the Aged. In Toledo. O.. where the Silvermans lived until 13 years
aL Mollie was president of the Auxiliary of the Aged for five years
Ion without an institution, dedicated to the construction of
11 e fa< ilities.
When the Silvermans headed to Miami for a vaction. they stopped
Cincinnati In order that Mollie might interview a prospective SU|
intendent of the projected home. After they ecide '
to move to Florida, the Auxiliary insisted that Mollie
be present at dedication, which took place or. a Sun-
day. The following day. Moilie and Sol left for Flor-
ida without MoUie's having seen a single senior
citizen.
Mollie remembers her mother as always doing
things for older people saying that it was a "mitz-
vah." Often, as a child, she would go along with her
mother on errands of giving pleasure to the elderly.
The Silvermans' only son. Arthur Irving, was
killed in France during World War II. Mollies
mother was \ery ill at the time, arid everyone agreed
that any shock would be fatal. For two years. Mollie
kept the tragic secret from her mother by writing let-
tn supposedly from her beloved grandson, who had died July. 1944.
After Mollies mother passed away, the Silvermans could no longer
li\ w ith their memories. They thought that the beauty of Florida might
hi p ease their broken hearts. Knowing that Mollie had been connected
w ) an Auxiliary up north. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, first Auxiliary pros-
ii 'it here, asked her to take minutes at the meetings while the secretary
w. out of town. (She took minutes without knowing one thing or one
pi i -on she was writing about.)
Mollie makes a wonderful president. She likes people and under-
ds her constituents perfectly. Sol is involved, himself, in the activ-
ity of the Home, since he is manager of the Home Thrift Shop.
For relaxation. Mollie likes to go Into the kitchen and bake a batch
ol mandcl bread. She is an excellent cook when she has the time car.
make Danish that puts store-bought one* to shame. So! loves her
th pped eggplant (that eggplant again) which is a reminder of his
Rumanian birthplace.
* *
NC CARDS
Mi and Mrs Irving Stoneshe was Fritzie Subin until her marriage
la.-t Junewanted to say hello to all of their friends here in Miami Beach.
Pi l of the time, they live in Canada, and part of the time here. Cocktails
a buffet dinner on a Sunday night enabled them to do just that.
Several of their Toronto friends were here, including Mr and Mrs.
Isadora Levintor and their daughter. Holly. Everyone sang with the
< H-dieoiat, including the ho-t. who has a beautitul voice, and lovely
Hi y I.Mrs. Harold) Wynn.
* *
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS
Of all things. Marsha, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Classman.
v- D the prize given by WCKR in the contest to design a birthday card
for Elvis Presley The prize was a stereo phono
graph, but it hasn't arrived yet.
Her mother. Elinor, ways the card is quite attrac-
tive in the shape of a gold record with each letter
of "Happy Birthday" illustrated by one of Dvis
Presle) '.- songs
For instance.' H" stands for Heartbreak Hotel "
Marsha walked all the way to the station from her
home on S Shore dr.. with her dog. Fntzel. She
.should have had a McFadden Award lor that.
* *
SOME VISIT HELLO GOOD BYE .
The A. Sidney Raffels had a houseguest. a very
eligible young bachelor from Philadelphia. Howard
Adlcr He really had himself a ball, since his BOatMl
Adi laide. saw that he met all the pretty young guests at her husbands
the Carillon* .
Tom and Judy Gerard simply picked up and left for a weekend
so Tom wouldn't have to listen to the telephone .
They went to Tampa and Cypress Gardens to see the water show
They ate to much Spanish food wherever they went that they even
"Baenos Noches" to each other at night
Molly (Mrs Williann Altman and Florence (Mrs. Ralph) Hollander
arr going on the Franca ( erufa that farta from Port Everglades. Oh.
t! cir hu.-bands are going, too .. .
of Florida and school cf dentistry
at Temple University. He Is now
practicing dentistry in Cutler
Ridge.
After a honeymoon trip to Mex-
ico Cits and Acupulco, the young
couple Will reside at 3260 Matilda
St.. Coconut Grove
MRS. WILLIAM 8. COCPtR
Rosnicks Reveal
Jane's Betrothal
lhe engagement of Jane Harriet
Rosnick to Davi I E wyn Abrams
has been announced this week by
her parents, Mr and Mrs. B< rt
ick, 14J5 71st si M
Abrams is tl -on ol .Mr and
Mrs Arthur A Abrams, 1401 Men
ave Miami Beach, an 1 is in
h junior > ir at the I nivei sit;
of Miami law si
1 he -ale elec als the
in.\ ..-: > ui Miami, i here she is
a junior
A June wedding is planned.
Library Will
Be Dedicated
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
dedicate the Temple Library i
Wednesday, at ll am. with lunch
eon to follow
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz w
review -The Last of the Just,
i re Schwarz-Bart.
Mesdames Franklyn Nankin. Wl
liam Horowitz and Irving Lau> I
in charge of the afternoon.
MISS IRIS SILicRBlRG
Iris Silverberg
Plans June Rites
Mr. and Mrs Samoel If. Silver-
berg, of Cincinnati. O.. announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Iris, to Ronald Lynn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney H Kaz. formerly
of Cincinnati, now living in Coral
Gables.
Miss Silverberg graduated from
Walnut Hills High School and at-
tended Ohio State University. She
is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Her fiance attended Woodward
High, and will graduate from the
University ot Miami in June. He
is affiliated with Zeta Beta Tau
and will enter law school in the
fall.
A June wedding in Cincinnati is
being planned.
'Spartacus' Wins
Another Award
Parent's Magazine this week an-
nounced the conferring of a "Spe-
cial Merit Award" to the motion
picture. Spartacus." currently
showing at Wometco's 163rd Street
Theatre
Universal Picture.-' S12.000.000
spectacular, featuring Kirk Doug-
las, Laurence Oliver. Jean Sim-
mons. Charles Laugh ton. Prior Us-
tinov, John Gavin and Tony Curt..-,
thus adds another laurel to an al-
ready imposing list of awards, in
eluding "The Motion Pictures Crit-
ic's Award' a< 'the best film ot
1360' in the opinion of the film
critics of the city of Cleveland. O.
In addition to this honor. "Sparta
cus" has already been listed as
one of the ten best motion pictures
of the year by many nationally-
known publications.
Women Accent
Glamor Theme
Glamor, charm, posture and poise
will be the theme at the mont)
neeting of the Women's Di\
of the Surf side-Bal Harbour-Bi
Harbor Islands Chamber of Cor
merce on Wednesday bom in tr.
Town Hall of Surfside.
(lift of the Month" will I I
awarded and book reviews at fUtUl !
meetings will be announced. A re;
resentative from Loie's School of
Advanced Modeling will be guest
speaker
Mr*. Beulah Butler is president
and Mrs. Milton I.evinson. vice pre*-
dent and program chairman.
Skin Diving Demonstration
Dr. Theodore Struhl. noted sur-
geon and skin-diving enthu
will be guest speaker at the T<
Kmanu-FI youth breakfast Sui
10 a.m., in Sirkin Hall. Dr. St
will discuss and demonstrate I
nient and techniques of one of I >
day's fastest growing sports
EUNOt
WHY LEAVE
YOUR HOME?
Ben-Gurion
Branch Meeting
Irving M. Sachs, president, will
conduct the monthly meeting of the
Farband Ben-Gurion Branch on
Wednesday evening at Beth ei Con-
gregation.
Bernard Furman. cultural chair
^man. will discuss "The Reaction ot
the World to Contemporary Israel "
Hostesses for the social hour will
be Mesdames Solomon Halpcnn and
! Abraham Fraiiilin.
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Friday. January 20, 1961
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THE French room of the Fon-
t^inebleau hotel was the set-
tiny Monday for the lx>uis D.
Brandeia group of Hadassah. They
presented the Matilda \Va.--hton
luncheon in honor of the Henrietta
Szold centenni.tl year. Mrs. Wash-
ton sponsored the luncheon, and
the money derived will be used 10
help complete the Hadassah-IIe-
brew University Medical Center
in Jerusalem.
For the occasion. Mrs. Washton
re a warped silk tafteta jacket
ress. Soft shades of blues and
lac Mended on the heath style,
the jacket featured a large
iwl collar. Her daughter. Mrs.
L. G lick man. chose a striking
illti colored silk taffeta. Made in
>n, Italy, it was a hand-painted
trad in jewel tone colors. The
Ck!:"e was lii^h and rounded,
bodice fitted with small cap
ol the many comedy se-
lces in the delightful fun
ivcganaa. "Pepe." in its
record-breaking week at
th* I .."coin Theatre on the
Boach. features lanet Leigh
and srr of the technicolor pro-
duction. Cantinflas. "Pepe,"
due ic popular demand, is
now being shown on a conlin-
uoua performance policy,
starting at 2:15 p.m., daily.
Matinee prices prevail until
5:30 pm.
Specializing
in
PormaU
Cocktail Gownt
and
Bndal Attire
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Open Monday Wife
Til
Ird ST. SHOPPING CENTEI
%pn Meftday and fridaf
Mil* Til
sleeves. The skirt featured a roll-
ed harem hemline.
President of the group. Mrs.
Fred Jonas, chose a porcelain blue
with beaded bodice. Her daughter-
m-law, Mrs. Royal Flagg Jonas,
was attired in white topped with
an embroidered cashmere sweater.
Another daughter-in-law. Mrs.
Stanley Jonas, were a dusty rose
chantilly hue sheath with over
blouse styling.
Mrs. Joseph Hart wore an egg-
plant-colored satin and chiffon
dress, the bodice in the satin and
fitted, and the skirt full and rlow-
ing. Her hat was a matching
colored pleated douche. Mrs. Inez
Krensky looked stunning in a
white wool lace ensemble the
sheath with the full length match-
ing coal.
*
BROGRAM chairman. Mrs. Ber-
' nard Lipson. selected a violet
ensemblea silk shantung sheath
With slashed diagonals at the neck-
line and hemline. Her hat was a
deeper shade of violet, and in a
face-framing style of cut velvet.
Highlight of the afternoon's en-
tertainment was a fur fashion
-how pre-ented by Adrian Thai
Your columnist coordinated and
commentated the showingwhich
included some of the newest muta-
tions and stylings. Watching the
show was Mrs. Adrian Thai in a
black silk faille suit trimmed with
black mink. Her hat was of full
blown American Beauty roses.
Mrs. Earl Coplon wore a mauve
satin embroidered brocade from
Hong Kong. It was in the shirt-
waist style, and the embroidery
went from tones of pale grey to
light pink. The welcome was given
by Mrs. Simeon Steinbach, who
chose an Oriental-inspired ensem-
ble of aqua brocade. The sheath
dress had a matching full-length
coat.
* *
MRS. Georgette Washton was in
a black silk crepe and matt-
lesse ensemble. The skirt and
stole matched, and the bodice of
her dress teatured radiating dra-
ping. A floral print combining
tones and shades of orange and
red was worn by Mrs. Edward
Wcithorn. Her small flower petal
hat seemed to have an almost per-
fect affinity for her dress.
Royal blue was the color of Mrs.
Ben Lippy's Italian lace knit dress.
It featured a scooped neckline and
rounded skirt. Champagne-colored
morrie was the color of Mrs. How-
ard Hirschs dress and coat en
semble. The bodice of her dress
was trimmed with jeweled bead-
ing. Mrs. Ann Hirshman chose
a charcoal-colored silk organza
shirtwaist, with cartridge pleating
in the skirt. Her white Peter Pan
collar was of rcembroidered chan-
tilly lace.
Left to right, Mrs. Paul Pollak, Mrs. Edward Feinstein, and Mrs.
George Coury make plans to entertain Fred MacMurray end
his wife, June Haver, at a cocktail party at the Pollak home on
N. Bay rd., Miami Beach, Friday ctherr.oon, Jan. 27. The noted
TV, movie end stage personality will be here to attend the
annual Jubilee dinner of the National Children's Cardiac
Hospital.
Groundbreaking
Slates Movie Star
The new hospital building to be
constructed for National Children's
Cardie Hospital draws nearer t
reality, with ofticial groundbreak-
ing scheduled for Jan. 28
Numerous state, muncipal and
medical dignitaries will gather at
the site, near NW 12th ave. and
loth st., just south of Jackson Me-
morial, to watch Richard I. Beren-
son. president, anc Fred Mac Mur-
ray wield the groundbreaking sho-
vels.
MacMurray. outstanding motion
picture, stage and TV star, has ac-
cepted the national chairmanship
ol the hospital, and will also be
present at the annual jubilee din-
ner dance to be held Saturday night
*in the grand ballroom of the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. He will be ac-
companied to Miami by his wife,
June Haver, a screen star in her
own right.
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital has been functioning for man/
I years in behalf of "cripples with-
! out crutches." the youngsters stric-
; ken by rheumatic fever, at its now
I outgrown quarters on West Flag-
ler st. The move to the Metro.
j politan Medical Center, with great-
ly expanded fae.Iities will repre-
sent a S2.500.000 undertaking, wit hi
| space for 200 beds.
Maurice Chevalier and Louis Jourdan, with Frank Sinatra,
Shirley MacLaine and Juliet Prowse, head the cast of stars in
"Can-Can," now in its second week, at popular prices, at the
Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres.
Color Film, 'Holiday in Israel,1
Available Free to Jewish Groups
The Israeli film depicting the eties people, as a public service,
celebration of Passover and Shavu-1 The film is a 16mm sound produc-
'oth is now available for audiences tion. with a running time of 271*.
in America. I minutes.
West Miami Games Night
B'nai B'rith Women of West Mi-
ami will have a card party and
games night on Tuesday evening.
Jan 31. at the home of Mrs. Hy-
man Potash. 4911 SW 87th ct. Mrs.
Abraham Grunhut is in charge of
tickets.
The picture, photographed in full
color with original music and Eng-
lish commentary, was tilmed and
recorded in Israel under the direc-
tion of Yehoshuah Brandstatter.
"Holidays in Israel" shares the
joy of the celebration of two im-
portant "Yomim Tovim" in "Eretx
Yisreel." The cast of characters
are the people themselves, inclu-
ding some of the most beautiful
children in the world. In the
film, are the Inbal dancers, lead-
ing the processional at the Festi-
val of the First Fruits on Shavu-
oth; the impressive march of the
pious to Jerusalem to prepare for
Passover; the Seder celebrated in
a typical Israeli home, very much
like in America.
The camera then shifts rapidly to
a kibbutz where new versions of the
ancient ceremony are introduced.
Interspersed with these scenes of
holiday celebrations are some glori-
ous views of the land itself the
hills, the Red Sea. the plains, fields,
flower gardens, cattle grazing in the
lush meadows.
The picture is made available by
H. J. Heinz Company, the 57 Vari
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APPLAUSE FOR A PIANIST
It's been ;i long time since I've heard a pianist who electrified
thrilled an audience as did Lorin Hollander in the first ot ihe Community
Concert \ -: series on Jan. n at bade Coi torium.
Sixteen-year-old Lorin is not a prodigy, lie Is a full-blown artist
and a poet of the keyboard. It was indeed heartening to so many young
sters with shining eyes, who braved heavy rains to hear their inspired
contemporary.
The Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue, by Bach, was performed with
unassuming dignity and mature judgment. Sonata in D minor, op. 31,
vKo. 2. disclosed his dazzling technique and tumultuous power. Variations
-en "Abegg." by Schumann, and "Gaspard de la Nuit," by Ravel, were
y replete with insight and imagination. The Chopin Polonaise proved
(electrifying and stunning. Mr. Hollander, bravo!

DEMANDS OF A SOPRANO
liami and surrounding areas do not turn out to provide a corn-
Vienna Octet will be featured at the White Temple Auditorirm
on Thursday evening. Jan. 26, in the second in a series of con-
certs this season by Friends of Chamber Music of Miami.
If Mi
"filete sell-<
sell-out for the Opera Guild's coming production (Jan. 23. 25 and 28)
of "Andrea Chenier.'* they deserve the justified wrath brought on their
Jfceads by Arturo di Filippi, dedicated director of the Guild.
Said Dr. di: "1 spent five hectic weeks in Italy negotiating for Mmc.
ebaldi's appearance here. Finally. I received clearance from her
anagers. Still that wasn't enough. We had to have two mayors (High
and Powell) put the pressure on Bing (Metropolitan Opera satrap)."
Petite Mrs. di said to me: "Mme. Tebaldi is demanding and getting
$16,000 (tax free) for four performances, a private villa with mainten-
ance for her secretary and maid, and a car and chauller." Nothing but
toe best for the world's greatest soprano.

GROVE PLAYHOUSE AND THE BAHAMAS
Owen Phillips, producer of the Coconut Grove Playhouse, announces
at. effective Feb. 7, the Playhouse will provide a winter season of
icatrical fare for the Governors Hall Theatre at the British Colonial
use in Nassau. Bahamas. Planned as future productions are "The
azebo." Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap,.....Hie Marriage-Go-Round,"
id Hemingway's "Love and Death."
Incidentally, the Grove Playhouse presented a completely delightful
d entertaining production of "On the Town." The entire cast was
cellent, fast-moving and bubbling over with fun. including Peggy Cms,
Russell, Judy Guyll, Robert Penn. Sara Floyd. Lavern Hutcherson.
ter Pell. Karl Redcoff. Evelyn King, and Lillian Malek.

SOME FIRSTS' FOR GREATER MIAMI
The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra inaugurated 1961
fith an interesting program Sunday evening at Miami Beach Auditorium.
tiich featured the Symphony No. 3 in F major, op. 90. by Brahms, and
jrothy Kirsten. Metropolitan Opera soprano, as soloist.
Fabien Sevitzky featured two "first" performance- here, with Over-
re to a Comedy, No. 2, by David Van V'actor. an Interesting modern
Imposition, and an original interpretation of the Brahms piece.
Miss Kirsten sang Care Selve. from "Atlanta;" the ever popular
Issi d'aite. from "Tosca:" Io son lumiic aiveila. from "Adrians
Icouxvreur," another "first" in this area; and for an encore, the
fcunting Depuis le jour, from "LouNe."
vl Miss Kirsten is a sensitive and musical artist with a great deal of
"personal (harm. She revealed a lyric soprano voice of inherent lovely
Bnbre. her middle and high range produced with free and unforced
lore--. In the lower register, however, the tones were mistakenly forced
Ad darkened to make them sound heavier and more dramatic, thereby
|aking her voice at times almost like two different instruments.
The orchestra concluded with a spirited and enjoyable performance
the Bohemian Song. Odzemek Dance, and Polka and Fugue, from
chwanda." by Jaromir Weinberger.
Vienna Octet Due
Here Thursday
The world-renowned Vienna Octet
will be featured at the second con-
C< it of the season of the Friends
of Chamber Music of Miami on
Thursday evening. Jan. 26, at the
White Temple Auditorium.
The program will feature the Di-
\< .tin-.ento in G major for String
Quintet, by .Michael Haydn: Clari-
Quintei in B minor, op. 115. by
Brahms; and Franz Schubert's 0c
tel i" F major, op. 166. The recital
begins at 8:80 p.m.
i Vienna octet Includes Anton
Fietz, violin; Philipp Matheis, vio-
lin; Guenther Breitenbach, viola;
Nikolaus Huebner, cello: Johann
Krump, double bass; Alfred Bos-
kovsky, clarinet: Frnst Pamperl,
bassoon; and Josef Veleba, French
horn.
The Vienna Octet played its first
concern on Aug. 10. 1947 at the Lu-
icerne Festival. Their success was
such that touring invitations came
immediately from virtually all the
countries of Furope. Since then,
the Vienna Octet has made many
concert tours and participated in
such important festivals as Edin-
burgh, Salzburg, and Bordeaux, to
name just a few.
They came to the United States
for their first American tour during
January. February and March of
1957.Lillian Kraff.
Jose Greco and members of his troupe in the famous Greco
horseman number.
Lear Art Institute Opens Here
Miami's new Lear Art Institute
has announced the appointment of
Edward Millman.
formerly visiting
professor of art at
the school of ar-
chitecture. Rens-
selaer Institute.
Troy. NY. to Ihe
faculty of the fine
arts school.
Mrs. Ida Lear,
director of the
school, announc-
ed that Millman MILLMAN
also will serve on her board of ad-
visors for the Institute which open-
ed Jan. 9 at 2300 Biscayne blvd.
The Institute will Hold an "open
house" as a prelude to initiating
a series of impromptu discussions
on fine arts with many distin-
guished contemporary artists this
Sunday afternoon, starting at
3 p.m.
Israeli Film Will
Open on Beach
"Hatikvah." starring Israeli ac-
tress Shoshana Damari. will open
Thursday. Jan. 26. at the Beach
Theatre on Lincoln rd.
The motion picture, filmed in
color, tells the story of the Jewish
community of Yemen, and the love
hibitcd in one man shows in the of a sheoherd named Amos for Na-
Galleria Annunciate. Milan. Italy; omi. a beautiful orphan.
the Downtown Gallery. Art Institute "Al unusual movie from Israel."
Of Chicago; and the Nordness Gal- i the report of Frank Quinn, of the
lery in New York, among others. New York Daily Mirror, about
"Hatikvah."
His professional teaching expe- -------------------
rienee includes work at the Uni-
versity of Buffalo, Cornell Univer-
sity. Arkansas University, and the
Clearwater Art Center at Clear-
water. Florida.
On Friday evening. Jan. 27 the
public as well as art students arc
Invited to attend, tree, a sympos-
ium and discussion on "The Inner
Landscape." This discussion will be
led by Millman. The discussion will
be moderated by Clayton Charles
ssor of art at the University
ol Miami.
Beth David Ladies
In Book Review
Beth David Sisterhood will pre-
sent its second "Book of the
Brunch" on Wednesday. 11:30 a.m.,
al Beth David Auditorium.
Mrs 1 If. Weinstein will review
the best seller, "Last of the Just,"
bj Andre Schwarz-Bart.
Airs. Herbert Frame and Mrs.
Leonard Wolf are Sisterhood co-
chairmen of "Book of the Brunch "'
Doris Lee and Arnold Blanche.
two other well known artists now
wintering in Key West, also will
serve on the advisory board. The
GRECO AT BEACH AUDITORIUM couple arc married, but .Mrs.
The foremost living exponent of the Spanish dance, Jo--e Greco, iind Blanche works under her maiden
troupe of dancers. Bingers and musicians will open at Miami Beach name.
itorium Jan. 21 and 22. His first professional appearance was at i Millman and Blanche both will
York's Hippodrome in "Carmen." serve as special guest lecturers
Jose Greco has since been accorded a tumult of welcome such as during the month of Februar> al
ake ballet and theatrical history. He holds the distinction of being the Norton Gallery in Palm Beach.
first artist ever to have been booked into the Empire room of the Ano(her addition to the perma-
Idorf-Astona for two engagements within a six-month period. nc| ,acn|tv a, th(1 Lear Ar, ,ns.
I Sr. Greco and his troupe have appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. (je js \jrs Dorothy Lear, who
nihus. the Big Party, and Mike Todd's "Around the World in 80 Days." nas taught art at Mrs. \*a Lear'i
This artist has especially devised the Beach Auditorium program
Provide the widest possible range of mood, tempo, pattern, and charac
ffor which he is so justly famed.
long-established Lear Day School
in Miami Beach.
The 53-year-old Millman has ex-
ADL Program on TV
"A Question of ChairsThe Chal-
is
ICAL TIDBITS HERE AND THERE
The Judge Kenneth and Samuel Oka Award, "Youth Composes for
nth" contest, closes Mar. 1. Winner of the first prize. $100 for an
krture or a tone poem of four to 10 minutes duration written for the Ileng ^ a^^T Educstion
kUam Youth Symphony. will receive in addition S50 worth of rec- the ^ of (ftc ;|nnua| |ek.visl0n
Is ol his own choosing from Spec s Record Shop. There will be sec- program o1 lhr AntiDefamation
and third prizes of $50 and $25. The contest is open to all students ^-^ of Bnai Brith whk.h wj
pade county, ages 13 to 19 Performance of each prize-winning com- seen Sum|av mornin;!, ,0 a m
pition will be by the All-Miami Youth aggregation on May 7 at Dade over WTVj ch. 4.
Iinty Auditorium ___1________
Musical treat is in store for youngsters late this month when the
Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Dr. Fabien Sevitzky pre-
Jts two concerts in Dade County-and Miami Beach Auditoriums. On
Jay, Jan. 27, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.. at Dade. and on Saturday. Jan. 28.
le hours, at Miami Beach, the orchestra will present a symphonic
I" geared to the taste of young listeners. Ticket information is at
1-4960 or MO 1-2511 .
Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra. Carmen Nappo. conductor, will
^ent the second concert apart from its regular subscription series in
r> College Auditorium on Wednesday evening. Feb. 1. The concert
be presented without charge, and the public is cordially invited to
Id.
Broadcast from Variety
Beginning Jan. 20, a new Jewish'
program will oe ..,........
from the Variety Theatre every
Friday. 2:30 p.m.. over WMIE, 1140
on the dial.
l
MJGUST BROS Hy}
is the otsr.'
m
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Misifta
TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING
THAT THE
ANNUAL BANQUET IN MIAMI BEACH
THIS YEAR
WILL BE HELD IN HONOR OF
THE PRESIDENT OF BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION
Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Safra
Time and Place Will Be Announced at a Later Date


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Friday. January 20. 1961
Combined Jewish Appeal Divisions Okay
Campaigns as Areas Prepare '61 Push
Leaders- of the .manufacturing
and transportation industries in
Dade county will sponsor a dinner
on Tuesday. 6:30 p.m., at Miami
Springs Villas to launch their cam-
paign in behalf of the 1961 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Robert Russell, chairman of the
CJA Manufacturing and Transpor-
tation Divi-ion. has invited busi-
ness executive.- of the fast-growing
industrial area to meet with him
for the purpose of starling the
drive.
"We are particularly pleased
wiih. the response to CJA by the
many new manufacturers and
industrialists who have recently
established their business opera-
tions hexe," said Russell. "They
have shown a real understanding
of the problems which confront
this growing city."
Chairman Russell named 31 co-
chairmen to help organize his di-
vision and conduct solicitations ol
their hti;incss associates. Appoint-
ed wore Maurice Ahelson, Samuel
G. AJpert, Si !!<> Alterman, Lester
Arkin. Sam Berlin. James Breslow.
Jack Carmel. Sidney Cans, Leo
Gelvan and Harold R. Granofl
Also, Maurice A. Kellner. Ar-
thur Langson, Lee Lebow, Irving
Levine, Martin Lodge. Milton Mar-
gulis, Yale Ogron, Victor Reiter.
Phil RevitZ, and Paul Rimmeir.
And David Schaechter, Sidney
Group Forms to Assess Man's
Responsibility to Fellow-Man
By ISABEL GROVE
Staff Writer
A passionate need to know and
understand something of man's re-
lationship to man has brought to-
gether a diverse group of students
who are anxious to share their
findings and their further explora-
tions with others Mmilarly spiritu-
ally curious.
The group was a spontaneous de-
velopment starling with individuals
who had come to Rabbi H. Louis
Rottman, of Beth Israel Congrega-
tion, seeking answers of spiritual
import which might illuminate an
intuitive feeling they shared that
Channing Elected
Unit President
Jules P Channing, of Channing.
Sweet Associates, has been elected
president of the South Florida
chapter of the Florida Planning
and Zoning Assn.
Other officers elected are vice
president, David Simpson, planning
director of the City of Miami; and
Edgar H. Calvin, chairman of the
Hollywood Planning Board.
Secretary treasurer is J. L
Greene, director of public service.
City of South Miami.
Installation oi new officers and
directors will take place at a ban-
quet to be announced.
while religion stressed man's mit-
EVOfl belore God, morality in the
world today should also emphasize
man's relationship to man.
The students, from a variety of
! professional and religious back-
i grounds, have now formed a dis-
j cussion group, to which any inter-
ested person is welcome, and which
; meets weekly. Next meeting will
be Sunday evening at the home of
l Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Goldring,
545 West 37th st., Miami Beach.
Discussions center around Tal-
mudic knowledge and interpreta-
tions, but affiliation with Beth Is-
rael or any other synagogue is un-
\ necessary. The members are of
; different levels of religious observ-
ance, and many cannot read or
| translate Hebrew.
In a further effort to share their
! findings with others, the group now
' airs a program, "A Torah of
I Truth," Sundays at 11 a.m. over
WMET (1490) Rabbi Rottman is
moderator, and students serve on
the panel.
Judo Demonstration Slated
Men's Club of Temple Ada'.h
Ycshurun will hold its monthly
meeting on Thursday evening, Jan.
26. in the Temple bldg., 2320 NE
lTI-t st.. No. Miami Beach Follow -
Log the business discussion, there
will be a judo demonstration.
Unmatched
For Delicious Flavor!
Schreer, Sydney Silverstein, Lee
Simkins, Robert Somerstein, Sam-
jel Stark, Irving Stern, Robert
Sussman, Max W. Temchin, Mar-
vin Zuckerman and Jack B. Zwer-
ner.
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Wholesalers
And Distributors
A cocktail party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wein-
raub, which will be hosted jointly
by Mr. and Mrs. Artie M. Kravitz,
is scheduled to open the 1961 Com-
oincd Jewish Appeal in the Whole-
salers and Distributors Division.
The affair will be held at the
Weintraub home, 9290 N. Bayshore
dr., Miami Shores, on Sunday, Jan.
29, at 3 p.m., to kickoff the divi-
sions's fund-raising efforts in 1961.
Attending the affair to help co-
ordinate CJA activities in their
respective divisions will be Mar-
vin Bransdorf, chairman of the
Jobbers Division; Marvin Gold-
man, chairman of Toys and Sun-
dries Division; Nat Roth, chair-
man of Manufacturers Represen-
tatives; and Nat Winokur, chair-
man of Shopping Centers Divi-
sion.
Weintraub and Kravitz have held
positions of top level responsibility
in the Business and Professions
Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal for more than a decade,
and have been prominently identi-
fied with a number of religious and
welfare causes in the area.

Bay Harbor
Readies Drive
Residents of Bay Harbor are
| getting ready to launch "the big-
i gest CJA drive in the area since
|the incorporation of Bay Harbor'
j as a municipality in 1947."
Leading citizens of Bay Harbor
j Islands have been invited to a
j kick-off breakfast in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal on Sun-
! day. Jan. 29, 10 a.m., at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Arkin
9425 West Broadview dr.
Assisting with plans for the all-
out drive in their area are co-
chairman Jack Gaines, Robert j
Krinzman and George L. Sogg. i
The volunteers committee includes}
Charles Geigher. Burt Haft, Tom ;
Kravitz, Jerry M. Lelchuk, Morris j
I. Minov, Sam Pollock, Saul Shach-1
! man, and Jose Winsen.
"Every Jewish resident in Bay!
, Harbor will be asked to do his
share in this year's Combined Jew-
ish Appeal," said Arkin.
He emphasized that 57 welfare
causes in Greater Miami, through-
out the United States, and over-
seas are supported by the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
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Boy Scouts oi Troop 237 of the Coral Way Jewish Center pre-
sent to the Lighthouse of the Blind a rare Braille typewriter.
Making the presentation are Senior Patrol Leader Russell Mar-
golin and Scoutmaster Buddy Logue. Accepting the typewriter
is a representative of the Lighthouse.
Temple Israel Annual Donor
Sisterhood of Temple Israel held I "On the Town." starring Peg^y
its annual donor luncheon, fashion | Cass.
show and play on Wednesday noon : Co-chairmen of the affair were
at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Mrs. Sol Kann and Mrs. Donald
Featured was a performance of Kobley.
HOLLAND HONEY CAKES
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Mew players and 31 returning
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Along with the five new men,
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Alfredo, Dania players' manager
Jose Cruz Salsamendi signed all
five champions from last sea.-on's
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National Singles champion Alex
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Ondarra, incidentally, is defend-
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Games Won and International
World Serin categories. Returning
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Both halves of the Diamond
Double- Stakes team, I'reola and
Bail, are in action at the Dania
Palace, and Salsamendi expects
(Jrcolfl to continue the champion-
ship brand of play he exhibited al
the close ol last season.
The D.inia Jai-Alai Palace re-
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through Apr. 10, with n game*
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Naomi Chapter Luncheon
Naomi chapter of Hadassah will
hold a Chinese luncheon and lath-
ion show Monday at the House o!
Hoo on the 79th st. causeway.
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Beach Bar Will
Install Officers
New officers of the Miami Beach
Bar Assn. will be installed at the
eiUi'-ille hotel Tuesday following
i HWMIfTMTly and dinner^Mart-
ingat 6:30 p.m.
Harry B. Smith will be Installed
as president by Circuit Court Judge
ring Cypi n. Other are
M. VVaitzkin, pre ident-elect;
r.n Sweet and Stanley B. Rich
rd. vice pn I ris Sirkin,
bttrelary; Lawrence E Hoffman
IreaMirc-r: and Leonard U. Wein-
slein. historian.
* Directors include Richard Wa*-
rman, Stanley Angel, Melvyn
Fromkes, Bernard S. Mandler,
avid I. Shedroff, Don A. Mayer-
tn, George J. Alboum. Raphael
K. Yunes. Marvin Kimmel, Rob-
eft A. Peterson, Irving Firtel and
jprry Zuckernick.
1st presidents Stanley B. Stein,
n Feller and Herbert S. Sha-
will also serve as board mem-
bers.
Smith graduated magna cum
laude from the University of Miami
school of law in 1950. and started
his law career in the office of Judge
Cypen. He is active in civic and
social affairs and is a former pres-
ident of the Civic League of Miami
Beach.
He is presently serving as a na
tional officer of Alpha Epsilon Pi
social fraternity, is Miami Beach
chairman of the Attorneys Division
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
aid co-chairman of the Lawyers
I'ivisi. : of the United Fund of Dad-
County
Smi h, married to the former
''aril---. Krer-sky. livt-s I 2!
Hibisc dr.. with
crea, Jv. y. acd Lou Ann.
Veteran Zionist
To be Specker
us Haber, veteran Zionist and
pr of "The Odyssey of an Amer-
_ Zionist."' which was recently
published in a Hebrew elition in
Israel, will be guest speaker at the
Miami Beach Zionist District
Luncheon Club on Wednesday, at
12:15 p.m.. at the Ritz Plaza hotel.
Haber. who has recently returned
from Israel, will speak on "Is the
Organized Zionist Movement Still
Needed ?'
A current events report will be
given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
and community singing will be con-
ducted by Jacob C. Fishman. Judge
Malvin C. Englander. a past pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Zionist
District, will be honored at the
luncheon.
HARRY SMITH
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Major Parcels
Go on Auction
Sixteen major real estate parcels
will go on the auction block Satur-
day at 10 a m.. in the Everglades
room of the Everglades hotei.
when the Miami Real Estate Ex-
change begins its first public auc-
tion.
S. D. Haynsworth, president > \ whose members are
( i st's leading real-
t the 16 list gs have
total rmaiion price in ex-
0.11 0 Moreover, he
.:ional S10.0'
orl i pr perty was considi ri d
ippraisal com-
i ted becau-e ol un-
n the part ol the
owner.
The upcoming real estate auc-
tion is part of an entirely new con-
cept in realty selling. It has elicit-
ed so much response, Haynsworth
said, that the Exchange expects
real estate buyers and sellers
throughout the state to attend. In
the meantime, screening of list-
ings for a second auction, sched-
uled for Feb. 18, is already in
process.
The properties up for bid include
commercial lots and buildings, un-
developed acreage, residential lots,
rental apartments, and a motel.
They are located in Miami, Miami
Beach. Hialeah, Leisure City. Tam-
pa. Vero Beach and several areas
of South Dade and Broward coun-
ties.
Pre-School
Seminar Slated
A five-week seminar for pre-
school teachers will begin on
Wednesday, 8:30 p.m.. when Dr.
Alma David, of the University of
Miami, addresses pre-school tea-
chers at the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation bldg.. 135 XYV 3rd ave.. on
"New Trends in Pre-School EJuca-
tion."
The seminar will continue there-
after lor four weeks on Mondays,
8 p.m., at Temple Menorah. GJ<
75th st., Miami Beach.
On Jan. 30, Mrs. Jeanette B.
Schwartz, chief psychiatric so-
cial worker of the Dade County
Child Guidance Clinic, will ad-
dress the teachers or "Mental
Health in the Pre-School."
On Feb. 6. the pre-school staff ;
of Beth Torah Congregation will
present model lessons in celebra-
tion of the Festival of Purim.
On Feb. 13. Mrs. Mary- Hocen-
mailer, principal of Biscayne Ele-
mentary School, will speak on |
"Reading Readiness in the Pre-
School."
On Feb. 20. the pre-school staff
Of the Coral Way Jewish Center
will demonstrate the celebration of
Passover on the preschool level.
The Seminar is sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education
as part of its annual program of
in-training for Jewish teachers.
The Bureau will distribute a now
publication on games and devices
for pre-school teachers edited by
Mrs. Naomi Brandies.
Committe of arrangements con-
iwartzman, execu-
director o! the Bureau of jew.
ish Education: Mrs. Naomi Brand-
it Ti mple Emanu-El; Mrs. Rita
; rent] Menorah; Mrs
CCa Kay, T mple Beth Torah:
Mrs. Billii inder, Temple Ju-
Mrs, Rae Berman, Beth Da-
and Mrs. Carol
Cynamon, Coral Way Jewish Cen-
ter.
Law Offices Open
Leo W. Kogan announces the
opening of his offices for the prac-
tice of law at the .Mercantile Na-
tional Bank bldg., 420 Lincoln ftl.
Israeli folk singers and'
dancers known as the "Sa-
bras" have just arrived in Mi-
ami and are appearing at the
Saxony hotel. Left to right are
Gavriel Levi, Daliah Findling,
Shaul Neeman, Zohar Shavit,
Daniel Uziel, Ami Gilard, and
Leah L^vi. The group has
been seen on the Ed Sullivan
Show and Radio City Music
Hall.
.......LEGAL NOTICE '"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 49327-C
IN IIB: I-:-;......
I i:i iN l.ll-.HERMAN
Dec* ,...i.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPL.CATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FI'NAL DibCHxnbL
NOTICE If hereb> given thai I luive
fii<'i mj l-'in.i'' Report imrt Petition fur
I Distribution and Kliutl Discharge
i: urlx of Hi. >i.u. of l.lv >N LiEll-
EKMAX, i!:>- : and thai on Btie
*8th da) of February, 1961, will apply
hi Hie Honorable i ouno Juoae* of
.iiiiii County, Florida, for approval ..I"
aid h'lnal i:.|...ii and t>.i distribution
[and final diaclinrge aa Executrix of Che
eatate of ih- above-nauned decedent.
Tin.- 18tli day of January, IM1.
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[MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney
in; Alnale- Building
Miami:::. Florid.!
l 20-87. 2 ::-r)
ADL Official
To be Speaker
Arthur Spiegel will lecture at the
Adult Institute of Temple Beth Am
on Sunday, 10 a.m., in the Temple
auditorium.
Spiegel, director of education of;
the South Florida Council of the '
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai:
B'rith, will speak on "The Face of
the Angry .Mob in New Orleans I
Will it Come to Miami?"
Dr. Howard Russman, chairman
of the Temple committee on com-
munity affairs, will be in charge
of the meeting.
IN COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 49418-C
RE: ESTATE <>H
YKTTA DAMN.
11. <..,-. d.
NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereD) given llint \vc
have Hied oui final report and petition
inr Final I Hm hai -. na Executoi .>f the
siat.- .if YETTA UANIN, deceaaed;
and that "ii tin- i"Hi da> <>f Kebruary,
I SSI, we will apply to ill-- Honorable.
George T. larh Co tint} Judffe of Daale
County, Florida., for approval of Mid
in.il !'..-. hart. an Executor* of tin 1.
tati of TETT \ HAN IN, de< eased.
Thi- iMh .i.i lanuary, IVS1.
MURRAY HAN IN and
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c :-:;,:. "i V. it.i II.uiiii. I ased
HAH' H.D .- il.M'IRl '
lUornej -. < i -
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ior Hadassah Studies Bible
|ami Junior Hadassah will meet
ie Barnes bids;.. 814 SW 27th
ave room 205. on Wednesday. 8:30
p.m., for a study group discussion
jn the Bible conducted by Miss
Carole Pro>*.
Louis Adler, popular musician
at the Americana hotel, was
in charge ol the large orches-
tra coordinating the recent
holiday show at the Amer-
icana featuring Edye Gorme
and Steve Lawrence. Adler's
smaller musical combinations
continue in great demand
at local private and commun-
al social events, including
weddings and Bcr Mitzvahs.
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l)ii-in.-s undei the fictitious name of
SL.NRISE SCNPRIB8 in 7000 8.W
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Court ..i Daile County, Horlda,
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eleventh judicial circuit of
florida. in and for the
county of dade. in chancery
No. 61C 568
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n %  A I tl d I Page 2-A *JeniitFhirii^ ii ^ r Friday, January 23, H == Ben-Gurion Resignation Averted Until Sunday ^Aw u ..,• A had H witnesses once for a confi ^itk i Rebbe. The Badtforer T: uCCI „ anted b> wven Continued from Page 1-A statement oi non-confidence in his ewn cabinet minsters, or that the cabinet would have to resign. The Prime Minister has threaten td to resign if ihe cabinet refused t reverse itsell on a vole of approval for tht ministerial committee clearance oi Mr. Lavon After Mr Ben (Jurion had indicated that he was willing to make it clear th;.t his statement was not intended to be a rejection on ;he integrity of the cabinet ministers. Ihe special committee of minister* worked until late Monday ni^ht trying to work out a retraction formula acceDtable to both the Prime It developed, however, that the Prime Minister was willing to retract the charge of bias but not those of a "miscarriage of justice" and "half truths." His stand proved unacceptable to many cabinet ministers, particularly to Justice Minister Pinhas Rosen, who headed the ministerial committee. Under the circumstances, the Justice Minister reportedly said he pone the cabinet meeting and avoid forcing the issue ol resi tion and at the same time proi additional time to try to persui i he Prime Minister to agree to a full retraction of his critids n ol ministerial committee and its findings, Earlier, in a dramatic move aim cd at saving the Israel cabinet from falling. President Izbak Ben-Zvi summoned Premier Ben-Gurion and 1 seven other members of the cabinet The Ben-Zvi move, however, has not so'ved W cf the fu damental difficulties as v. Following Hit conference in M e Presidsnt's home, the ministers went on to the recular Sunday meeting of the cabinet — but Mr. Ben-Gurion did not join them. He retur.-ed fo his "leave," a vacation on which he started officially last month. At thecabinei meeting, Mr Rosen i\ he had made The Combined Jewish Appeal registered cams in the Professions Division recently as a result of fund-raising by a group cf Miami dentists. Snown checkina totals at a meetina held Ol "he home of Dentists chairman, Dr. Melvin Becker (seated left are CJA chairman Joseph M. Lipton and Dr. Harold Friedman. Standing ere Dr. George Graham, Dr. Louis Covermcn, end Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS and succeeded in securing their repeated a proposal agreement "to make an all-out ef previously, calling for the resignsfort to restore conditions tor further collaboration and the normal working ot the cabinet." A communique to this effeel was %  sued following the meeting in the Presidentresidence, which lasted two and a half hours. The com munique was issued on behalf of the eight cabinet members participating m the talk, including Prei Ben-Gurion Sunda; was tht firsi time since D c 25 — when Mr I Gurion sts ki oi meeting — that ehad met w itl I other minisl [n a resignation I rom Mr. Ben-Gurioi tl threats of quit Jusl ice 1 were voici Bter G Commerc< Sapii of Police been member." comroitti have themselvi At ti;' y home. Mr stood to ha> attacks against I le ministi mittee's Hi eclarinj hi not questii nit oup's rity but only its i ic ui • He emphasized his belief that tht < %  n tion of the entire government. Meanwhile, a rot her highly charged eventhat occurred late Sundaj night was revealed here, li involved an appeal made directlj (0 Mr Ben 'air Ofl bj the revered Si orer Rebut. to remain In his lion at the • • n ol Israel's gov< n nn i'. e has be • i on lews. 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Friday. January 20. 1961 Jen-ist fkrkf^n Page 5-ft. UniR TO THE EDITOR Alternate View of Welfare Proposed of federation with Israel. Where arc their voices? Mr. Hadawi I believe is making a good thing out of a trumped up cause. L. WENGROW Miami Beac EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: A cartoon captioned "Welfare Funds — The Directing Hand" ap; peared on the editorial page of one of your recent issues. It pictured ;> hirge hand holding four reins enttiled "Overseas Aid to Jews." "Firancial Aid to Israel," "Jewish Education in U.S.A.." and "Hospitals and Aged Homes for Jews." My first reaction was horror at the concept of Welfare Funds pictured as "control." This is in contrast to my own conception of csmpassion and concern as being symbolic of Welfare Funds. My next reaction was revulsion at the whole idea of Welfare Funds as human — the animal with t!ie power to think — and the services in the role of his lowly beasts of burden. If the artist intended to depict the need for maintaining that delicate balance among services, what an insensitive way to portray it! From there on. my imagination really took flight. What w;is the full picture, of which the cartoon imerely a segment? Did the driver have a whip in his other hand Was he awake? Asleep? Worried? Why did he take the precaution to give the reins an extra lap around his fist to insure a tight hold? Were the services overfed and lazy? Were they starved and unable to 'nove? Were they wearing blinders to prevent their seeing what was around them? j Or perhaps they had no heads at all — just doorknobs. Then, worse yet. perhaps the services were not animals al all but slaves. who has spent so many i he community effort of i md-raising. planning (both y and agency), and who | lias had so much concern for the eed of statesmanship and under standing in such matters, the car.oon was most distasteful. BABETTE ACKERMAN Miami EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Sami Hadawi. connected with some Arab propaganda outfit, buttered his way into your Jewish publication with pleas for "fairness and objectivity." I am sure his poisonous press releases would not accord us a like privilege. He almost endlessly quotes from "authorities" to establish a point that the Israelis are in turn 'persecutors'* of Palestine Arab refugees. He must perforce ignore the fact these people did not stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the defender! (if the country that is now Israel agin-t Invading armies of several adjacent nations. In helpless treachery, they fled the land ready to march behind the expected conquerers—for spoils, for blood-letting, and their own subjugation finally by piratical forces which failed to bring oil' a victory that was all but certain. Why should The Jewish Floridian be ler.s biased than our Mr. Hadawi? He argues that Israel's immigration policy is a "threat to Arab rights and security." Egypt >nd the other hostile lands surrounding that little country may import Naxi military advisors without stint, mortage their future in warlike preparation against Israel, refuse to sign peace treaties, send bullets across its borders to murder its citizens or night marauders to do the deed at first hand. Security should be a two-way street, Mr. H. The Gaza Strip, about say five percent of the Palestine-Israel territory, was torn away by illegal invaders from Egypt. Possibly 100.000 "Palestine refugees" reside there under foreign Egyptian rule. I've at no time heard that they demanded intergration with what they claim is their homeland. When during the Sinai campaign of 1957. Israel conquered the strip and drove o u t Egyptian forces, was there any voice raised among them demanding the right to remain a part of Israel? Does Mr. H. talk for such people, or lor himself? Jordan grabbed another huge chunk of Palestine-Israel during the days of 194R—all that territory west of the Jordan River, about 25 percent of the land I would estimate, with possibly three-quarters ol these so-called refugees in it. ; These "refugees" willy-nilly are still living on Palestine's soil. For whom is Mr. H. griping? These "refugees" outnumebr the Jordanians. I am told Why don't they agitate lor reunion with Israel? Jordan itself is part of the original Palestine mandate. The "refugees" in Jordan ought to muster enough spirit to take over the country and insist on some form Sharing aMpi**--' g^ ^"*^S||BS. Take the Glass Elevator I tMSSTMIK Presenting the Greatest Revue to Come Out of ISRAEL Dynamic'. Exciting 1 Incomparable'. 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Page 6-B +Je*isl> ftcridfatjn Friday. January 20. 19S1 TASTE AND TELL Quite a switch Instead of talking about CJA and the fabulous ••Jewel" luncheon of which I am chairman, I attended the "Taste and Tell" luncheon of the Sisti of Coral Way Jewish i?nter in the ca] acity of judge. Miss First Weds Miami Dentist Double rins ceremony united Barbara First and Dr. William B Cooper on Dec. 25 at the Everglades hotel. The rings belonged to his grandparents. Rabbi Sidney Letkowitz. of Jacksonville, and Rabbi Nathan Zwitman and Cantor Albert Glantz. of Temple Tifereth Israel, officiated The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. First. 625 NE soth ter. she 1a graduate of the University ol Miami and is now teaching In Dade count] The new Mrs. Coaper chose a floor-len th gown of white chantilly lace ,, : v Inserts of satin, and lira v.-1 attached to a crown of pearls. She earned a corsage of .. My category was appetizers. There were only supposed to be a first and second prize, but I picked three. ... !!?!' First was fried eggplant, by Judy (Mrs. Herbert) Green. Second tun Ralph Nerr.berg. and Gary Gerson Barry Kuserved as nd ^K^ : l T'Wer, paren, are Mr and SBSSS arouS -. £ other tables to help the judges, and 4 Mr, Ug*^^**^ Miller. Steir Plan for April Mr and Mrs. Sam Miller, of 9024 Harding ave.. announce the Bflgag rnent of their daughter. Jo-Ann. ;a Dr. Bruce S. Sleir. lie is the son of Mrs. Lee Steir, of 1568 Pennsylvania ave.. and tro late Philip Steir. An April nodding ip'.anred Forty-Niners Will Meet Monday The Fort) Niners. Temple Emann. El's club for senior citizens, mixing culture and entertainment next meeting Monday nigh'. Sirkin Hall. John Gibson, well known researci imisl and community fade will ell the group about the latesl advances in virus research, highlighted by a specially prepare 1 film Ai-o appearing will be a troop o[ professional dancers and singers Mrs. Freda Newman is presi 111 MOUNT excuse for more tasting. President, Mrs. Seymour Goldstein, who was hostess to tne luncheon at ter home, whispered that the prizes would be hand-lettered rolling pus with black velvet ribbons to hang on the winner's kitchen wall Naturally, on the way home. I got lost and found myself at the Fri-on Farm. WCMAN OF THE WEEK Our Mollie is Mollie (Mrs Sol) Silverman. who is now serving her tenth year as president of the Women's Auxxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged. In Toledo. O.. where the Silvermans lived until 13 years aL Mollie was president of the Auxiliary of the Aged for five years — Ion without an institution, dedicated to the construction of 11 e fa< ilities. When the Silvermans headed to Miami for a vaction. they stopped Cincinnati In order that Mollie might interview a prospective SU| intendent of the projected home. After they ecide to move to Florida, the Auxiliary insisted that Mollie be present at dedication, which took place or. a Sunday. The following day. Moilie and Sol left for Florida without MoUie's having seen a single senior citizen. Mollie remembers her mother as always doing things for older people — saying that it was a "mitzvah." Often, as a child, she would go along with her mother on errands of giving pleasure to the elderly. The Silvermans' only son. Arthur Irving, was killed in France during World War II. Mollies mother was \ery ill at the time, arid everyone agreed that any shock would be fatal. For two years. Mollie kept the tragic secret from her mother by writing lettn supposedly from her beloved grandson, who had died July. 1944. After Mollies mother passed away, the Silvermans could no longer li\ %  w ith their memories. They thought that the beauty of Florida might hi p ease their broken hearts. Knowing that Mollie had been connected w ) an Auxiliary up north. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, first Auxiliary prosii %  'it here, asked her to take minutes at the meetings while the secretary w. out of town. (She took minutes without knowing one thing or one pi i -on she was writing about.) Mollie makes a wonderful president. She likes people and underds her constituents perfectly. Sol is involved, himself, in the activity of the Home, since he is manager of the Home Thrift Shop. For relaxation. Mollie likes to go Into the kitchen and bake a batch ol mandcl bread. She is an excellent cook when she has the time — car. make Danish that puts store-bought one* to shame. So! loves her th pped eggplant (that eggplant again) — which is a reminder of his Rumanian birthplace. NC CARDS Mi and Mrs Irving Stone—she was Fritzie Subin until her marriage la.-t June—wanted to say hello to all of their friends here in Miami Beach. Pi l of the time, they live in Canada, and part of the time here. Cocktails a buffet dinner on a Sunday night enabled them to do just that. Several of their Toronto friends were here, including Mr and Mrs. Isadora Levintor and their daughter. Holly. Everyone sang with the %  < H-dieoiat, including the ho-t. who has a beautitul voice, and lovely Hi y I.Mrs. Harold) Wynn. HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELVIS Of all things. Marsha, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Classman. vD the prize given by WCKR in the contest to design a birthday card for Elvis Presley The prize was a stereo phono graph, but it hasn't arrived yet. Her mother. Elinor, ways the card is quite attractive — in the shape of a gold record with each letter of "Happy Birthday" illustrated by one of Dvis Presle) '.songs For instance.' H" stands for Heartbreak Hotel Marsha walked all the way to the station from her home on S Shore dr.. with her dog. Fntzel. She .should have had a McFadden Award lor that. SOME VISIT HELLO GOOD BYE The A. Sidney Raffels had a houseguest. a very eligible young bachelor from Philadelphia. Howard Adlcr He really had himself a ball, since his BOatMl Adi laide. saw that he met all the pretty young guests at her husbands the Carillon* Tom and Judy Gerard simply picked up and left for a weekend so Tom wouldn't have to listen to the telephone They went to Tampa and Cypress Gardens to see the water show They ate to much Spanish food wherever they went that they even "Baenos Noches" to each other at night Molly (Mrs Williann Altman and Florence (Mrs. Ralph) Hollander arr going on the Franca ( erufa that farta from Port Everglades. Oh. t! cir hu.-bands are going, too .. of Florida and school cf dentistry at Temple University. He Is now practicing dentistry in Cutler Ridge. After a honeymoon trip to Mexico Cits and Acupulco, the young couple Will reside at 3260 Matilda St.. Coconut Grove MRS. WILLIAM 8. COCPtR Rosnicks Reveal Jane's Betrothal lhe engagement of Jane Harriet Rosnick to Davi I E wyn Abrams has been announced this week by her parents, Mr and Mrs. B< rt ick, 14J5 71st si M Abrams is tl %  -on ol .Mr and Mrs Arthur A Abrams, 1401 Men ave Miami Beach, an 1 is in h junior > ir at the I nivei sit; of Miami law si 1 he -ale elec als the in.\ ..•••-: > ui Miami, i here she is a junior A June wedding is planned. Library Will Be Dedicated Temple Menorah Sisterhood will dedicate the Temple Library i Wednesday, at ll am. with lunch eon to follow Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz w review -The Last of the Just, i re Schwarz-Bart. Mesdames Franklyn Nankin. Wl liam Horowitz and Irving Lau> I in charge of the afternoon. MISS IRIS SILicRBlRG Iris Silverberg Plans June Rites Mr. and Mrs Samoel If. Silverberg, of Cincinnati. O.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Iris, to Ronald Lynn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H Kaz. formerly of Cincinnati, now living in Coral Gables. Miss Silverberg graduated from Walnut Hills High School and attended Ohio State University. She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Her fiance attended Woodward High, and will graduate from the University ot Miami in June. He is affiliated with Zeta Beta Tau and will enter law school in the fall. A June wedding in Cincinnati is being planned. 'Spartacus' Wins Another Award Parent's Magazine this week announced the conferring of a "Special Merit Award" to the motion picture. •Spartacus." currently showing at Wometco's 163rd Street Theatre Universal Picture.-' S12.000.000 spectacular, featuring Kirk Douglas, Laurence Oliver. Jean Simmons. Charles Laugh ton. Prior Ustinov, John Gavin and Tony Curt..-, thus adds another laurel to an already imposing list of awards, in eluding "The Motion Pictures Critic's Award' a< 'the best film ot 1360' in the opinion of the film critics of the city of Cleveland. O. In addition to this honor. "Sparta cus" has already been listed as one of the ten best motion pictures of the year by many nationallyknown publications. Women Accent Glamor Theme Glamor, charm, posture and poise will be the theme at the mont) neeting of the Women's Di\ of the Surf side-Bal Harbour-Bi Harbor Islands Chamber of Cor merce on Wednesday BOM in tr. • Town Hall of Surfside. (lift of the Month" will I I awarded and book reviews at fUtUl meetings will be announced. A re; resentative from Loie's School of Advanced Modeling will be guest speaker Mr*. Beulah Butler is president and Mrs. Milton I.evinson. vice pre*dent and program chairman. Skin Diving Demonstration Dr. Theodore Struhl. noted surgeon and skin-diving enthu will be guest speaker at the T< Kmanu-FI youth breakfast Sui 10 a.m., in Sirkin Hall. Dr. St will discuss and demonstrate I nient and techniques of one of I > %  day's fastest growing sports EUNOt WHY LEAVE YOUR HOME? Ben-Gurion Branch Meeting Irving M. Sachs, president, will conduct the monthly meeting of the Farband Ben-Gurion Branch on Wednesday evening at Beth EI Congregation. Bernard Furman. cultural chair ^man. will discuss "The Reaction ot the World to Contemporary Israel Hostesses for the social hour will be Mesdames Solomon Halpcnn and Abraham Fraiiilin. SAFETY HARBOR SPA Florida* Famed Mineral Spring* Hea'th Resort Florida's newest and largest Health and Baths Pavilion. New Luaurj mineral water pool, patio, solar.,1 and gymnasium. Posturing .i h.-.iiih profjram ol dividual dl-t and paratu-thi All roci rational to lui,—. 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Friday. January 20, 1961 fJewisti ficridHairi Paqe 7-B THE French room of the Fon%  t^inebleau hotel was the settiny Monday for the lx>uis D. Brandeia group of Hadassah. They presented the Matilda \Va.--hton luncheon in honor of the Henrietta Szold centenni.tl year. Mrs. Washton sponsored the luncheon, and the money derived will be used 10 help complete the Hadassah-IIebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem. For the occasion. Mrs. Washton %  re a warped silk tafteta jacket ress. Soft shades of blues and lac Mended on the heath style, the jacket featured a large iwl collar. Her daughter. Mrs. L. G lick man. chose a striking illti colored silk taffeta. Made in >n, Italy, it was a hand-painted %  trad in jewel tone colors. The Ck!:"e was lii^h and rounded, bodice fitted with small cap ol the many comedy selces in the delightful fun ivcganaa. "Pepe." in its record-breaking week at th* I .."coin Theatre on the Boach. features lanet Leigh and srr of the technicolor production. Cantinflas. "Pepe," due ic popular demand, is now being shown on a conlinuoua performance policy, starting at 2:15 p.m., daily. Matinee prices prevail until 5:30 pm. Specializing in PormaU Cocktail Gownt and Bndal Attire PARSONS 3410 CORAL WAT Open Monday Wife Til • Ird ST. SHOPPING CENTEI %pn Meftday and fridaf Mil* Til • sleeves. The skirt featured a rolled harem hemline. President of the group. Mrs. Fred Jonas, chose a porcelain blue with beaded bodice. Her daughterm-law, Mrs. Royal Flagg Jonas, was attired in white topped with an embroidered cashmere sweater. Another daughter-in-law. Mrs. Stanley Jonas, were a dusty rose chantilly hue sheath with over blouse styling. Mrs. Joseph Hart wore an eggplant-colored satin and chiffon dress, the bodice in the satin and fitted, and the skirt full and rlowing. Her hat was a matching colored pleated douche. Mrs. Inez Krensky looked stunning in a white wool lace ensemble — the sheath with the full length matching coal. • BROGRAM chairman. Mrs. Ber' nard Lipson. selected a violet ensemble—a silk shantung sheath With slashed diagonals at the neckline and hemline. Her hat was a deeper shade of violet, and in a face-framing style of cut velvet. Highlight of the afternoon's entertainment was a fur fashion -how pre-ented by Adrian Thai Your columnist coordinated and commentated the showing—which included some of the newest mutations and stylings. Watching the show was Mrs. Adrian Thai in a black silk faille suit trimmed with black mink. Her hat was of full blown American Beauty roses. Mrs. Earl Coplon wore a mauve satin embroidered brocade from Hong Kong. It was in the shirtwaist style, and the embroidery went from tones of pale grey to light pink. The welcome was given by Mrs. Simeon Steinbach, who chose an Oriental-inspired ensemble of aqua brocade. The sheath dress had a matching full-length coat. M RS. Georgette Washton was in a black silk crepe and mattlesse ensemble. The skirt and stole matched, and the bodice of her dress teatured radiating draping. A floral print combining tones and shades of orange and red was worn by Mrs. Edward Wcithorn. Her small flower petal hat seemed to have an almost perfect affinity for her dress. Royal blue was the color of Mrs. Ben Lippy's Italian lace knit dress. It featured a scooped neckline and rounded skirt. Champagne-colored morrie was the color of Mrs. Howard Hirschs dress and coat en semble. The bodice of her dress was trimmed with jeweled beading. Mrs. Ann Hirshman chose a charcoal-colored silk organza shirtwaist, with cartridge pleating in the skirt. Her white Peter Pan collar was of rcembroidered chantilly lace. Left to right, Mrs. Paul Pollak, Mrs. Edward Feinstein, and Mrs. George Coury make plans to entertain Fred MacMurray end his wife, June Haver, at a cocktail party at the Pollak home on N. Bay rd., Miami Beach, Friday ctherr.oon, Jan. 27. The noted TV, movie end stage personality will be here to attend the annual Jubilee dinner of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Groundbreaking Slates Movie Star The new hospital building to be constructed for National Children's Cardie Hospital draws nearer t reality, with ofticial groundbreaking scheduled for Jan. 28 Numerous state, muncipal and medical dignitaries will gather at the site, near NW 12th ave. and loth st., just south of Jackson Memorial, to watch Richard I. Berenson. president, anc Fred Mac Murray wield the groundbreaking shovels. MacMurray. outstanding motion picture, stage and TV star, has accepted the national chairmanship ol the hospital, and will also be present at the annual jubilee dinner dance to be held Saturday night *in the grand ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel. He will be accompanied to Miami by his wife, June Haver, a screen star in her own right. National Children's Cardiac Hospital has been functioning for man/ I years in behalf of "cripples with! out crutches." the youngsters stric; ken by rheumatic fever, at its now I outgrown quarters on West Flagler st. The move to the Metro. j politan Medical Center, with greatly expanded fae.Iities will represent a S2.500.000 undertaking, wit hi | space for 200 beds. Maurice Chevalier and Louis Jourdan, with Frank Sinatra, Shirley MacLaine and Juliet Prowse, head the cast of stars in "Can-Can," now in its second week, at popular prices, at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. Color Film, 'Holiday in Israel, 1 Available Free to Jewish Groups The Israeli film depicting the eties people, as a public service, celebration of Passover and Shavu-1 The film is a 16mm sound produc'oth is now available for audiences tion. with a running time of 271*. in America. I minutes. West Miami Games Night B'nai B'rith Women of West Miami will have a card party and games night on Tuesday evening. Jan 31. at the home of Mrs. Hyman Potash. 4911 SW 87th ct. Mrs. Abraham Grunhut is in charge of tickets. The picture, photographed in full color with original music and English commentary, was tilmed and recorded in Israel under the direction of Yehoshuah Brandstatter. "Holidays in Israel" shares the joy of the celebration of two important "Yomim Tovim" in "Eretx Yisreel." The cast of characters are the people themselves, including some of the most beautiful children in the world. In the film, are the Inbal dancers, leading the processional at the Festival of the First Fruits on Shavuoth; the impressive march of the pious to Jerusalem to prepare for Passover; the Seder celebrated in a typical Israeli home, very much like in America. The camera then shifts rapidly to a kibbutz where new versions of the ancient ceremony are introduced. Interspersed with these scenes of holiday celebrations are some glorious views of the land itself — the hills, the Red Sea. the plains, fields, flower gardens, cattle grazing in the lush meadows. The picture is made available by H. J. Heinz Company, the 57 Vari Arrangements for loan, at no cost except for return postage, can be made by writing H. J. Heinz Company at the address below. Allow ample time for delivery and give alternate dates to facilitate booking. Address inquiries to II. J. Heinz Co., Film Dept.. P.O. Box 57. Pittsburgh 30. Pa., or locally. The Jewish Floridian. P.O. Box 2973. Miami 1. Fla. Angel Chapter Sees Fashions Members of Angel chapter of the Hope School for Mentally Re. tarded Children, saw the latest i Paris fa-hions at a monthly luncheon meeting at the Seville hotel, Wednesday. Jacqueline Rodan. of Paris. Beverly Hills and Surlsidc. showed her personally-designed and made-inParis daytime and evening clothes. Angel chapter members modeled. Miss Rodman was commentator %  f or the showing. Mrs. Gerald Lindenbaum is vice president ia charge of program. FUR RE-STYLING IN OUK TKAOniON Of flNtST WOtKMANSHtf WE CAN CONVERT YOUR OUTMODED FURS TO THE SMART FASHIONS OF TOMORROW From $39


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1 Friday. January 20. 1861 v> vJcnisii Fk-racfton Page 9-B MUSIC n AND JZdh tan JKroff e s APPLAUSE FOR A PIANIST It's been ;i long time since I've heard a pianist who electrified thrilled an audience as did Lorin Hollander in the first ot ihe Community Concert \ -: series on Jan. n at bade Coi torium. Sixteen-year-old Lorin is not a prodigy, lie Is a full-blown artist and a poet of the keyboard. It was indeed heartening to so many young sters with shining eyes, who braved heavy rains to hear their inspired contemporary. The Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue, by Bach, was performed with unassuming dignity and mature judgment. Sonata in D minor, op. 31, vKo. 2. disclosed his dazzling technique and tumultuous power. Variations -en "Abegg." by Schumann, and "Gaspard de la Nuit," by Ravel, were y replete with insight and imagination. The Chopin Polonaise proved (electrifying and stunning. Mr. Hollander, bravo! • • • DEMANDS OF A SOPRANO liami and surrounding areas do not turn out to provide a cornVienna Octet will be featured at the White Temple Auditorirm on Thursday evening. Jan. 26, in the second in a series of concerts this season by Friends of Chamber Music of Miami. If Mi "filete sell-< sell-out for the Opera Guild's coming production (Jan. 23. 25 and 28) of "Andrea Chenier.'* they deserve the justified wrath brought on their Jfceads by Arturo di Filippi, dedicated director of the Guild. Said Dr. di: "1 spent five hectic weeks in Italy negotiating for Mmc. ebaldi's appearance here. Finally. I received clearance from her anagers. Still that wasn't enough. We had to have two mayors (High and Powell) put the pressure on Bing (Metropolitan Opera satrap)." Petite Mrs. di said to me: "Mme. Tebaldi is demanding and getting $16,000 (tax free) for four performances, a private villa with maintenance for her secretary and maid, and a car and chauller." Nothing but toe best for the world's greatest soprano. • • • GROVE PLAYHOUSE AND THE BAHAMAS Owen Phillips, producer of the Coconut Grove Playhouse, announces at. effective Feb. 7, the Playhouse will provide a winter season of icatrical fare for the Governors Hall Theatre at the British Colonial use in Nassau. Bahamas. Planned as future productions are "The azebo." Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap, Hie Marriage-Go-Round," id Hemingway's "Love and Death." Incidentally, the Grove Playhouse presented a completely delightful d entertaining production of "On the Town." The entire cast was cellent, fast-moving and bubbling over with fun. including Peggy CMS, Russell, Judy Guyll, Robert Penn. Sara Floyd. Lavern Hutcherson. ter Pell. Karl Redcoff. Evelyn King, and Lillian Malek. • • • SOME FIRSTS' FOR GREATER MIAMI The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra inaugurated 1961 fith an interesting program Sunday evening at Miami Beach Auditorium. tiich featured the Symphony No. 3 in F major, op. 90. by Brahms, and jrothy Kirsten. Metropolitan Opera soprano, as soloist. Fabien Sevitzky featured two "first" performancehere, with Overre to a Comedy, No. 2, by David Van V'actor. an Interesting modern Imposition, and an original interpretation of the Brahms piece. Miss Kirsten sang Care Selve. from "Atlanta;" the ever popular Issi d'aite. from "Tosca:" Io son lumiic aiveila. from "Adrians Icouxvreur," another "first" in this area; and for an encore, the fcunting Depuis le jour, from "LouNe." vl Miss Kirsten is a sensitive and musical artist with a great deal of "personal (harm. She revealed a lyric soprano voice of inherent lovely Bnbre. her middle and high range produced with free and unforced lore--. In the lower register, however, the tones were mistakenly forced Ad darkened to make them sound heavier and more dramatic, thereby |aking her voice at times almost like two different instruments. The orchestra concluded with a spirited and enjoyable performance the Bohemian Song. Odzemek Dance, and Polka and Fugue, from chwanda." by Jaromir Weinberger. Vienna Octet Due Here Thursday The world-renowned Vienna Octet will be featured at the second conC< it of the season of the Friends of Chamber Music of Miami on Thursday evening. Jan. 26, at the White Temple Auditorium. The program will feature the Di\< .tin-.ento in G major for String Quintet, by .Michael Haydn: ClariQuintei in B minor, op. 115. by Brahms; and Franz Schubert's 0c tel i" F major, op. 166. The recital begins at 8:80 p.m. i Vienna octet Includes Anton Fietz, violin; Philipp Matheis, violin; Guenther Breitenbach, viola; Nikolaus Huebner, cello: Johann Krump, double bass; Alfred Boskovsky, clarinet: Frnst Pamperl, bassoon; and Josef Veleba, French horn. The Vienna Octet played its first concern on Aug. 10. 1947 at the Luicerne Festival. Their success was such that touring invitations came immediately from virtually all the countries of Furope. Since then, the Vienna Octet has made many concert tours and participated in such important festivals as Edinburgh, Salzburg, and Bordeaux, to name just a few. They came to the United States for their first American tour during January. February and March of 1957.—Lillian Kraff. Jose Greco and members of his troupe in the famous Greco horseman number. Lear Art Institute Opens Here Miami's new Lear Art Institute has announced the appointment of Edward Millman. formerly visiting professor of art at the school of architecture. Rensselaer Institute. Troy. NY. to Ihe faculty of the fine arts school. Mrs. Ida Lear, director of the school, announced that Millman MILLMAN also will serve on her board of advisors for the Institute which opened Jan. 9 at 2300 Biscayne blvd. The Institute will Hold an "open house" as a prelude to initiating a series of impromptu discussions on fine arts with many distinguished contemporary artists this Sunday afternoon, starting at 3 p.m. Israeli Film Will Open on Beach "Hatikvah." starring Israeli actress Shoshana Damari. will open Thursday. Jan. 26. at the Beach Theatre on Lincoln rd. The motion picture, filmed in color, tells the story of the Jewish community of Yemen, and the love hibitcd in one man shows in the of a sheoherd named Amos for NaGalleria Annunciate. Milan. Italy; omi. a beautiful orphan. the Downtown Gallery. Art Institute "Al unusual movie from Israel." Of Chicago; and the Nordness Gali the report of Frank Quinn, of the lery in New York, among others. New York Daily Mirror, about "Hatikvah." His professional teaching experienee includes work at the University of Buffalo, Cornell University. Arkansas University, and the Clearwater Art Center at Clearwater. Florida. On Friday evening. Jan. 27 the public as well as art students arc Invited to attend, tree, a symposium and discussion on "The Inner Landscape." This discussion will be led by Millman. The discussion will be moderated by Clayton Charles ssor of art at the University ol Miami. Beth David Ladies In Book Review Beth David Sisterhood will present its second "Book of the Brunch" on Wednesday. 11:30 a.m., al Beth David Auditorium. Mrs 1 If. Weinstein will review the best seller, "Last of the Just," bj Andre Schwarz-Bart. Airs. Herbert Frame and Mrs. Leonard Wolf are Sisterhood cochairmen of "Book of the Brunch "' Doris Lee and Arnold Blanche. two other well known artists now wintering in Key West, also will serve on the advisory board. The GRECO AT BEACH AUDITORIUM couple arc married, but .Mrs. The foremost living exponent of the Spanish dance, Jo--e Greco, iind Blanche works under her maiden troupe of dancers. Bingers and musicians will open at Miami Beach name. itorium Jan. 21 and 22. His first professional appearance was at i Millman and Blanche both will York's Hippodrome in "Carmen." serve as special guest lecturers Jose Greco has since been accorded a tumult of welcome such as during the month of Februar> al ake ballet and theatrical history. He holds the distinction of being the Norton Gallery in Palm Beach. first artist ever to have been booked into the Empire room of the Ano(her addition to the permaIdorf-Astona for two engagements within a six-month period. nc| „ acn|tv a th(1 Lear Ar ns „. I Sr. Greco and his troupe have appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. („j e j s \j rs Dorothy Lear, who nihus. the Big Party, and Mike Todd's "Around the World in 80 Days." nas taught art at Mrs. \*a Lear'i This artist has especially devised the Beach Auditorium program Provide the widest possible range of mood, tempo, pattern, and charac ffor which he is so justly famed. long-established Lear Day School in Miami Beach. The 53-year-old Millman has exADL Program on TV "A Question of Chairs—The Chalis ICAL TIDBITS HERE AND THERE The Judge Kenneth and Samuel Oka Award, "Youth Composes for nth" contest, closes Mar. 1. Winner of the first prize. $100 for an krture or a tone poem of four to 10 minutes duration written for the I leng !" ^ A^^T Educstion kUam Youth Symphony. will receive in addition S50 worth of recthe ^ of (ftc ;|nnua| |ek visl0n Is ol his own choosing from Spec s Record Shop. There will be secprogram O1 lhr AntiDefamation and third prizes of $50 and $25. The contest is open to all students ^-^ of Bnai Brith whk h wj „ pade county, ages 13 to 19 Performance of each prize-winning com£ seen Sum|av mornin;! 0 a m pition will be by the All-Miami Youth aggregation on May 7 at Dade over WTV j ch. 4. Iinty Auditorium 1_ Musical treat is in store for youngsters late this month when the Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Dr. Fabien Sevitzky preJts two concerts in Dade County-and Miami Beach Auditoriums. On Jay, Jan. 27, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.. at Dade. and on Saturday. Jan. 28. le hours, at Miami Beach, the orchestra will present a symphonic I" geared to the taste of young listeners. Ticket information is at 1-4960 or MO 1-2511 Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra. Carmen Nappo. conductor, will ^ent the second concert apart from its regular subscription series in r> College Auditorium on Wednesday evening. Feb. 1. The concert be presented without charge, and the public is cordially invited to Id. Broadcast from Variety Beginning Jan. 20, a new Jewish' program will oe ..,. from the Variety Theatre every Friday. 2:30 p.m.. over WMIE, 1140 on the dial. l MJGUST BROS Hy} is the otsr.' m Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Misifta TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT THE ANNUAL BANQUET IN MIAMI BEACH THIS YEAR WILL BE HELD IN HONOR OF THE PRESIDENT OF BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Safra Time and Place Will Be Announced at a Later Date



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'riday. January 20. 1961 *Jet*isti fhcridOiati Page 13-A 1 TALES OF MORALS T?;t tfifiaiief Mfdfes the following alu f • US a man was walk i mrittp me foreal, he tuduntered J feroctpui uioi/. foi .. fi lid h UWJ rd but %  i.v..-. lime he |t/rerd'his1 u-n..'" .: hltl rd to the near< %  • id -•• iWed to safety. T';;> \angei :' a: he experienced became the object of many cornierI the DU :.>ne as he (OUT' f sieved .i second time through the in ; ,'Re wot .• mfronted b\ a %  %  I brori lence being with him \t escaped I at danger ,iv well, -I'c, ( ied %  i at : : :u'ol/ %  %  cape from the S •" nnK i : %  j, he wa rtiwqh, lit* v.-,. %  %  I I 'ltr-.e d to rally itl ...,'. /I • '• :• %  : U'lth ; .. roii So it JJ o Tinla*t \ is i that is it We and we it the experiences <>) previi IU •aroaa mas "•TO 1 ? <& OL 9£ J,„ O/ ^i tavni s <#.!, icfious Xife ,./ %  Il\ On Leaving Self Content And Coming Down to Earth s. Qki By RABBI WILLIAM SAJOWITZ Director, Southeast UAHC One of the most serious problems facing our new Administration is that of restoring America to a position ot world leadership— a position of dignity and respect. We have lost the af feet ion and ad. miration of mar.y countries, and the losa cannot be attributed simply to the rapid scientific progress of the Soviet—it goes far deeper than that. We have lost the resped of the w orld because far t JO often we have lost our own selfrespt i In our zeal for new models — for Increased stall lards of living — we have equated happiness, satisfaction, security, in terms of the outer man. 'Standard of Living'" has become net merely a tool to measure one's relative economic position for sociological purposes. but a rigidly self-imposed evaluation of the success or failures of our lives, to such an extent that ervices *J h i s LAJ e c h e n a •••••-•••<• ••• in •._*• 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. RABBI WILLIAM SAJOWITZ coming of age AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyls ave Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever Prlilaj 3. i* p.m. Saturday <:3'i a.m. Sermon (Sxodus Then and N,>\\ — • — ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Maxwell SiiDerman, president. e BETH DAVID. 2435 SW 3rd ave. Conservative R.-.bbi Norman Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. IT |ila> >:l'.r i' : V, I • I: I \ %  .::,..! %  racy" Service* it, trlbuti %  %  p-daj u.n B;i M I • \ 111. %  %  • •., %  j, %  i i nil S i. i...v ivah: ''.: I M Alfl I'd 111 I ma n BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Soiomcr r'f. i I-'I rla> %  • %  and 11 ii -' hpeak r Mi-Ivlr i: Ii ilk on I:, ,-t |j ., rn.it> <:S Bar Mltsvah [lavl m • %  : Ml and Mrs I i I '• Is BETH EMETH. 12?;; NW 2nd ave Conservative. Rabbi David W. Herson. Cantor Hyman Fein. I I,I,\ •'. p.m. Sermon: "Humility : >•.• Pol rrunnei ol %  Ira ill ide.' Snt'ir,' j %  ,i m Fred Wang an I Avron Alberta, tudenta "I Hebrew school, will • inn.i the HI r\ lee. — ,rnnna DirniirT nK b" DrXtf ,0-tfaX BT : T •• v • '-: • T v v : nnan nip w bn imi^ nai mnnDrin naten nx no 1 ? trVyi ^ ; -It-: ItV I 0ftP.rrn ]K on D-an i iriaian ^.-in-na rn?V % •• T : • TRANSLATION it has frequently blotted out all else. Some of our potentially finest teachers and social workers have chosen other careers because, to succeed in the fields they would like to serve, would mean to fail to provide the "standard of living" by which they will be measured by their, fellow Americans — and the more these standards of living substitute for living values, the faster the pace at which we lower ourselves in the eyes of the world. Though we failed to get to the moon first, the peoples of thejvorW BEJH KOOES ~*— QuJlil Roost dr would follow us if we had stars in our eyes—if we spoke and thought Rabbi Har0 | d RlC hter. and acted and lived as though life and love were more than a measurement, a TV screen or production figures. Moses, according to the Commentaries, did not grow up until he knew the'pain of his fellow-man, had concerned himself with the life of his sheep, had withdrawn himself from self-contentment to a life of purpose and dedication. It is time now for America to come of age, for America to grow, for America to reach out a hand—not an armed fist—of real friendship to those who need friendship desperately. Let us leave our high tower of self-content and come down to earth again. It is time to realize we can never have "high standards of living" if life has no real standards. SETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. i_oui Rottman. BETH JACOB. 301-31' Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. J:13 p.m. Saturday s SO •• m. s.Tin. !. Bordi rllne Lite ." Friday v : %  p.m. Sermon: "Jutlalam'a faMucatlonal Pillar." Saturday 7 a.m. Sermon: '"Weekly Portion." BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Who were the Essenes? The Essenes were another religious party at the opposite pole of the Pharisees. They were the people who shunned all "worldly goods in their desire to serve God exClusively and dedicate their entire life to Him, In order to accomplish this, they BOceded from the community and established strictly graded societies marked by severe and exacting disciplines. They had their nu'.iis In common, abided by iti cl "purity" rules, practiced charity, meditated on the law and arious mystic doctrines, and dedStucrymg Hebrew m Letters u (| tnemgelye3 l0 attaining the [any roads lead to the study ol perfection of sainthood, language There are people ^ ^ ^ Kaiser Jews? acquire tfa -wledge quick^ ^ a ., i uAM of wealtny there are people who canJewg 1) .,., k 1 ,. | industrialists ovi rcome arnin BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Prldaj 5:S0 and :30 p.m. Sermon: \i L-eptlng tiAbnormal as the Normal." Bah Mttivah: Marilyn, daughter ,,f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haddad .--:.iiirday s i:, a m. Bar Mttsvah: William, son ot Mr and Mi Paul Leff. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. CONGREGATION ETZ 16th st. Orthodox. e various Obsta| were -ranted titles of. nobility new lanuage nol bj tinAustrian emperors in rehe course '>t years. the establishment of the %  i re has been greal developIQI i the stud) of the Hebrew urn i •• !h< ir loans and mo vith which to run their government. Si me Of the b.'st known were Bar m Von Arnstein. Ritter Honig Von Tens ol thousands of Honigsberg, and Joseph Hitter Von I ants of all ages have ,\'i rtlieuner. Plain Jews, who COUld krnt the language to a degree f it they could become absorbed 0 the life of Israel society. |BIH there are also many Jews flth' Diaspora who wish to study B(l>'rn Hebrew, which is spoken Jtlndaily life of Israel. •ubli.-hed by Brit Ivrit Olamit) not look forward to such distinctions, ironically nicknamed these illustrious personages "Kaiser-juden" (Emperor Jeu GEMS OF WISDOM It u I to give thanks unto the* Lord. BIBI I On c:!;.. %  : : .I i the Lo ,! for he is BIBLE. • I' ben %  lence man rises to a %  % %  I i br %  who lionoi .. id curse tl in advi I i"-"" %  '• \ • VKIBA. • %  %  L, the u"''' I %  md the prayerful HI I I'll Bl N VMI1 • J; d ]t lhan\s %  %  %  % %  %  ic | di he than^i I >od did ni>: brea^ Fits neck,YIDDISH R0V1 KM CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. _— _— DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Max Zucker Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Prldaj S 10 p.m Sermon: The [teavtj f Ri n atlon." Kervli Bar and Baa Mltavaha. 9 a.m. Bel mon: "Thi Birth pie." urda) :' i" Bar Mltsvah: Aaron, son ,.i Mr. und Mi Juai pB Salam in TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Oavio Convlser. Frida* S:13 p.m. Kcrmon "What l'id llen-Uurlon It,ill} i Saiui la) ,.IH liar M aval <\\i m of Mi ai 'i M Mil ai Jaj Jai "!"• TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry^ L. Lawrence v 1 ", ; IP Si %  in "Till I lv nf Kxmlu %  %  % %  in. b'er mon: w • • I'ortl — •— TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing, ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch AOIer. I > i p n -.. i a.n >••!'\V • ,1; I torsi i Hays, '• and Mrs I ..-''>:•: TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NF. 19th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bernstein. Frida} v "' I' in I" N ""' '" '"teipivl 'Tli, 1.1 • %  %  !• ; lij Taylor ....-II. • TEMPLE JUDt,.. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morns Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Prlda\ R:I5 p.m Sermon: "Ms i %  %  < %  < \^ n Mheral Ral bl Candle bli ing Invoked b> Mr and Mra. Albert Kraln-,,n wiii will hoi the Onea Shubbat and Kldduah In honor "f Bar Mltavah ,,i .-HI. Paul, Maturdn}' 10:30 a.m. — • -—— TEMPLE MENORAH. 020 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram. owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Prldaj S:l" p.m. Sermon: "la Zionism siiil Seceaanry?" Baturdaj s •' %  a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Bar Mltsvah: Stanley, aon "' Mr. and M %  Murraj Horowlts. Mlneha Servlci Bar Mltsvah: Mark, son ol William GreenHide TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. an* Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can. tor Samuel Gombera. Prldaj 8 15 p.m, M rmon: "Whal la Responsible for .l.wisli Survival?" Saturda) S:46 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Frldas I 15 pin Sermon: "Does sour Child Profit "' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drevlt-h "ill host Ones Shabbai and Kldduah In honor of Bar Mltsvah of %  ,ii Henry, on Saturda) 9 a.m. -— • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. hvidat *:!.' %  p.m. Sermon: A ommlti.,i Home Ti Ii mphlng Over a Spiritual ,..<•• c ines Shabhal hoal: Mra. Simon Botnei ~ turdaj t a.m. Sermon: ''Wei klj Porl • TEMPLE ZAMOHA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwits. in honor -f Friday 8:13 p.m Sermon: "Recovery of CHAIM. 408 iturda> if a i CANDitUGHTING T//r1! 3 Shebat — 5:40 p.m. k BBBS BBS saBBBl What is the meaning of the word speaking women, who would read "Ushpixin?" portions of the book on Saturday The word means "guest." It re-, afternoons. Related to the name is fers to the symbolic presence of "Let US go and see," a quotation our forefathers. Abraham, Isaac, from the Song of Songs. Jacob Joseph, Moses, Aaron and David". Their spirit is to awaken in us loyalty and devotion to our heritage. • What is the Txehoh-Renoh? It is the name of a YirlrUsh translation of the Bible. The"ook is a free translation %  "d ^rporates m-inv le (•• %  '''' became the favorite book of the religious Yiddish! .nuch mu.h later. Famih Life I men Shabbai h Mr. and Mm Joseph Malmuth In honor ,,i Bin Mltsvah 'i son, Larry, on Satl-il.i \ B 13 .' "I • TEMPLE Z'ON. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. %  rlclny 8:S0 p.n Sei v Vre We C lolng "" Saturday 9:30 a.m Bai Mltst ah Jack, soi \i in,: \i laadori Pluaky, who will hoal Klddush. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Na'han Zwitman Cantor Albert Glantz. Pridn '" %  '" < "'"" : "Hnrdei i ,,f the Ii VI and Mri I %  HI i In ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th honor h son Arthur ter. Conservrttive. Rabbi Moiton nn Sal S. rmon. %  • %  a] Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Pi ,i s is p.m, Si %  -— • %  „ |„ ,.,:. : VEHUDAH MOSHE. ffiknSSTefflS Morris Be,,. i I • : i lanio VV! %  %  %  M and i, .. i: ;.. %  ; hrm i of mnrIr. M n to Jl IJ :, a.m "LAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein. p Ida; '• 18 and S IS p.m. Sermi n: Mind." < in %  %  %  I • l>: Mr. .'inl Mrs \ Ii \.I.. H I • honor "f thi Ir Mh w • snivel i' Sttui da 8 SO .i m Si ; %  ... I,. Pri pare Toui all : lar Ml %  k-ah: Joel, son of Mi and M I.. A .,,.. Kidd i '• iil follow. Ml i in Bar Mits> ill 'i ili %  vii an i Mi 'l tin r %  dler Sh ilos -. idos v ,-i tolli w. 13630 W. Dixie ve. Rabbi Sheldon Is the name Shelumietl found in the Bible? Yes. In the first chapter of the Book of Numbers. He was a prince of the tribe of Simeon, who assisted Moses in numb-ring the people. The non eo -entary status which th" offers came to it skj % % %  hoi r of theli annli %  rsarj. • \ p in S mon Lei M> People i 'ii, g Sh ibbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Mi ke) Ci'Tej m hpnor of Bar \\ izvah of son, Michael, on Baturdaj •• a in. %  TEMPLK "O N. Kendall dr.. S Mian-, -' -o.m Raobi Herbert Baumgard .> Charle* Kodner. s r, r si i ion: "W hat < 'an We li Aboul tr "" Baturdaj IS %  • a.m Bar Mil f Mr. 11..] Mi TEMPLE OF HOLLYWOOD. Reform Rabbi SS *"EMPL -"oily wood stive '-.hi-nesi Schre I Fi i, las i %  '' %  %  ath. Satin i' IUSTI M V rid, pi YOUNG ISRAEL. 9^0 INE Orthodox. Rabbi Shcrwm 171st st. Stauber. i %  %  T/iis page i* prepared in cooperation w.ih tlif Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi David Her-,, Coordinator CONTRIBUTOR! Rabbi David Hersor Tales of Moral Rabbi B. Leon Hurwit; Know "four ticritae u h\ Solomon S, rmi oj W ,iiuujuiUS8UBHBflBHIHSnUSSiii I



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Friday. January 20. 1961 kmldh fhrkUan Page 7-A. Heschel, Goldwater Tilt at Confab Celebrating the half way mark in Cedars cf Lebanon Hospital .fconstruction are these three community leaders who attended kecent progress report meetings at the Columbus hotel. With development fund chairman E. Albert Pallot (center', are Dean flomer F. Marsh, of the University of Miami medical school. Cnd (right) hospital administrator Sanfoid K. Bronstein. By Special Report WASHINGTON. DC — A leading theologian differed sharply with a prominent Republican Senator at the 1961 White House Conference on Aging over the role of the government for providing medical care for the aged. Dr. Abraham .1. Heschel. who was designated the principal Jewish speaker by the Synagogue Council of America at the auuu conference, stated that "all major Jewish religious organizations have endorsed the principle of government responsibility and the use of a Social Security mechanism athe iiii-t effective medium for dealing with the problem of medical care for the aged Dr. Heschel, who is professor cf Jewish ethics and mysticism at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, declared that "a nation should be ready to sell, if necessary, the treasures from its art collections and the sacred objects from its houses of worship in order to help one sick man. Is there anything as holy, as urgent, as noble, as the effort of a whole nation to provide medical care for the old? "The ancient sages realized that it was not enough to trust to individual benevolence, and that caring for the sick was a responsibility of the community .'.' Sen. Barry Goldwater %  Rep.-Ariz.) claimed that ••application of the so-called liberal or radical philosophy to the solution of our welfare problems would only mean the enslavement of our people rather than greatei freedom." Dr. Heschel and Sen. Goldwater shared the platform at the conference session on "The Older Person — Family Life and the Service They Need." Earlier in the conference. Rabbi I'ri Miller, of Baltimore. .Md.. vice president of the Synagogue Council of America, presented a paper on "The Role of the Congregation in Affecting Attitude* Toward the Older Person." Rabbi Miller asserted that "the full weight of religious institutions — including the classical means of influencing public opinion through iho sermon, the religious school, the bulletin — must be t?hind the effort to create an attitude which emphasizes the positive qualities inherent in older persons and which gh'es them an honored position u Society." He urged an end to the u i lion of older people in "'-olden age" clubs and called tor a conscious effort to integrate them into the life of the congregation in a way that reflects the clergyman's congregation's appreciation ol their usefulness ." The Synagogue Council vice president suggested a number of practical reforms including the reduction of congregational dues for older people, the construction of buildings so that "the older people would find it possible to attend services without the strain of stairs-climbing," and the appointment of aualified older people as committee chairmen and as recipients of "honors" at religious services and functions. Rabbi Max D. Davidson, of Perth Amboy. N.J.. the Synagogue Council president, delivered the invocation at the Wednesday evening plenary meeting of the conference Bt Constitution Hall. Rabbi Marc H Tanenbaum. of Elmhurst, N.Y.. SCA executive director, headed a delegation of official delegates .from the Conservative, Orthodox, and Reform rabbinical and congregational organizations. President Eisenhower had designated the Synagogue Council as the official coordinating agency for the Jewish religious community for the conference .and appointei Rabbi Tanenbaum as the Jewish cochairman of the section on "Religion." /•/WWWW>~ Business Communications Systems DICTAPHONE Time-Master personal dictating system Telecord network dctat.ng system D'.-.tet portable reco-d.ng system — aalcs-Service-Renta's 132S Biscayne Biv3 FR 3-7-129 DICTAPHONE CORPORATION > % BETH DIN Oifice of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 1C61 MICHIGAN AVE. Position Open Immediate!/ FOR YOUNG EXPERIENCED RABBI at a Miami Conservative Congregation. Write President, Box 35-875, Miami 35. Ha. RENT A CAR from S2 50 per day $15pe'wlt & i< !-••; charge ABELL MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W FLAGLER ST Ph. FR 3-6765 Sharing a relaxing moment following their recent meeting are Dean Homer F. Marsh and Ben Novack. vice chairman of the Cedars of Lebanon development fund. Novack is of the bt. Louie bucking tirm. Cedars Marking Mid-Way Point The i • a Cerlars of Lebanon Hospital i • rkc i .i triumphant midway p< • t in its hwory with recent >pedal comrne". ation brought to its Pounders an I directors by the area's prominent medical officials Addrc<-im. the group. Dean Hornet F. Marsh, of the University of Miami school of medicine, point ed out that the hospital will aid the commur.ty in three much-needed field"1. Developing special features of care for the aged; 2. developnu • t of more comprehensive rehabn.-. turn centers; 3. development 01 better diagnostic centers." Or. Kermit H. Gates, executive director of Jackson Memorial Hespitai. hailed Cedars of Lebanon as a "major addition to the rising Metropolitan Medical Center in Miami." He spoke to the hospital's friends, women's auxiliary, and members of the development fund. He stressed also "the ultimate hope that doctors' offices be built exclusively around the community'.hospital [acUities, for most effective care of the sick." Cedars of Lebanon is a non-profit, non-sectarian. 282-bed hospital which will cost $4 5 million on completion. Scale-models of the hospital went on view last week at Dinner Key Auditorium in coniunc'ion with the international Health-o-Rama Exposition. Invite Top Community Leaders to Miami For United Jewish Appeal Inaugural j Top community leaders especialhe said, "must continue to share in ly invited from throughout the the overwhelming financial burden country will begin assembling in required to give the immigrants Miami next week to put in two the means of a full and mdependweeks of intensive advance gift ent life. Israel's people can't poswork to assure the success of the sibly do this job alone. It is the United Jewish Appeal national inhistoric responsibility of all Jews augural conference in Miami who live in liberty." Beach at the Americana hotel, it Thc United j ew j s h Appeal is the was made known by Albert A. Levmajor America „ agencv a i d j ng im in. of Cleveland, a national chairmigranta to Israel and refuges and man of L'JA and chairman of the distri SS( ( | Jews overseas. inaugural luncheon which will end the conference on Feb. 5. The luncheon will follow two' days of special leadership meetings and formally launch the 1961 nationwide drive of thc United Jewish Appeal for a minimum national goal of S/2.740.000 in order to maintain vital aid programs for 580.500 men. women and children in Israel and 26 other countries. Levin said that many key communities are preparing to hold leadership meetings i n Miami Beach in advance of the inaugural conference. WANTED ISRAELI REAL ESTATE PAYMENT IN DOLLARS IN USA. Submit Particular! to: SIDNEY SALANT 230 PARK AVE. NY 17. NY. VU 9-~588 BABY SITTERS Reliable and willing Coral Gables Students. RICHARD GERTMAN, 17 SUSAN GERTMAN. IS MO 1-6411 WASHERS KENMORE AUTOMATIC like new 3 months supply soap SPECIAL SALE $57 UK T137 NW 54 ST. PL 9-6201 From \* ck ^ HG \iiilitWililoi r HOM One of /he Notion's '... %  Oldest' and Large si"' \L*4. 0atfe Fe4eral JAVINC.S and LOAN ASSOCIATION ol MlAMI itlSlPfr'M. ltrrOJl*f tewdenl % *HbtJR CIS EXCEED 160 %  E5^ V S FREE A stimulating guide for youngsters and •dulls on the customs, tradiiionsan lobtetv* tnces of Judaism. JfrOoge ,W Mitfrw rnxd %  > pew" "YOUR JEWISH HERITAGE" b printed in English-an inspiring booklet for every home and everyone in it. FOR FREE COPY, send request to: Ray Keator, Kraft Foods Company, 99 Park Avenue, New York 16, N. Y. "Community leaders understand they must spare no effort to gear their local campaign to intensified giving in order to make it possible for UJA to launch its campaign inaugural with an impressive total of gifts," Levin declared. "Our opening function must point the way to a nation-wide drive which will fulfill or surpass our 1961 goal, which is an absolute minimum requirement for our agencies." Mai. Gen. Haim Laskov. former Israel Chief of Staff, who will be the main speaker at the Inaugural luncheon, arrived via El At In New York last week. At a press conference held on his arrival, he told reporters thai Israel's people '•count on the continued partnership of the .lews in America in order to assure a proper place in Israel's life for thousands of recent immigrants. •The Jews of the free world, to BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music 16 Hours a Day on j 93 I 100 104 108 MC > miirri-irVP^^OGUST BROS KYE FM 68 w Brought to you by Miami's Finest Advertisers From Soft Drinks to Savings Institutions DADE FEDERAL SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION %  I



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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE 1VNM UNITY and THE JEWISH WEffCIY >lume 34 — NUMBER 3 Miami, Florida, Friday, January 20, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20? NOTED AMERICAN ZIONIST URGES INCREASING BIPARTISANSHIP IN' YEARS AHEAD verwhelming Democratic Affiliation 'Danger' to U.S. Jewry By MORTIMER MAY The recent election evoked a i -. ussion of religious matters as \er before One of its facets ,-as the prominence given by ools to voting by religious CLIPS. This situation brought I he atten'ion of the American niblic the marked aberration Hi ).. Jewish vote: that it exceeded 80 percent lor the Democratic candidate. Indeed, t h e polls shorn that no voting group, whether by religion, national origin. occupation or geography, approached the loyalty ot the Jew to one party. The figures as to the Jewish position produced much comment and equal ciisbelief. The percentages, however, arc accurate In the first place, this election and other tests have demonstrated that such polls as Gallup and Roper are most reliable —that they miss their marks at most by only a few percentage po:nts. We have, n oreover, ii the case ol the Jewish voter much corroborative i I'idencc: (1) Among rabbis, educators, and Jewish social workers, the adherence to the Democratic Party is well-nigh unanimous, (2) The Yiddish and Anglo-Jewish press is likewise virtually unainmoilS. I: may well be that not one supported Nixon (3) In the election to the House of Representatives. 12 Jews were chosen: 11 Democrats, 1 Republican. Thi. type of ratio has been consistent for long years. (4) A personal reference: About S years ago when I was a member of the Presidents Confc-ence (Club), we called on Secretary Dulles. Prior to the call, we discussed our plans. I asked if I was the only Republican. The answer was unanimously "yes." Of the presidents of 17 major Jewish organiiaticns, the ratio Continued on Page 6-A en-Gurion Resignation Averted 'Til Sunday DR. GLUECK DELIVERS BENEDICTION Vide Won Out Over Prejudice in Stunning IFK Presidential Feat j By Special Report \KW YORK — Two foremost political analysts, on the basis of kpendent studies of Presidential election results, agreed here this |k that the religion of John F. Kenned) helped bring him his decisive Dry in the electoral college. Mr. Kennedy will be inaugurated Friday. Cabinet Postpones Meet In Last-Minute Attempt To Avoid Forcing Decision PRIME MINISTER BEN-GURION ... partial retraction committee ol cabinet minsters to 'rinz Advises [ionism Quit By Special Report 11ILADELPHIA—The president Ihe American Jewish Congress Cd this week for dissolution of [Zionist movement and its mermto a world body dedicated h< unity of the Jewish people. ; MII is dead—long live the %  sh people was the theme ol an rc~by Dr. Joachim I'rmz. "I lark, N.J., to the national GO pi Council of the American sh Congress in the Warwick Pl here. )r. Prim, a rabbi and life-long Lnist, said that creation of the kte of Israel had fulfilled the tpese of Zionism. What was ^ded now, he asserted, was "a and dynamic movement to Continued on Page 10-A Political scientist Louis M. Bonn. former economic advisor to the Department of Argiculture. told the 47th annual meeting of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith at the Savoy Hilton hotel that the election statistics show that •Catholic pride" was a stronger factor than -anti-Catholic prejudice"' in bringing about Kennedy's victory. He was supported in this view by Samuel Lubell, who conducts independent political surveys naContinued on Page 8-A JTABy Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—A special meeting of the Israel Cabinet called for Tuesday to deal with the government crisis developing out of Prime Minister David Ben-C.urion's struggle with Histadrut secretary general I'mhas Lavon was postponed at the last minute until Sunday. The postponement was made* mi. oiy h\ ihe failure Ol a special work out a compromise formula for consideration and action by the lull cabinet to end the massive struggle. The decision to delay the cabinet meeting also was meant to avoid forcing the question of resignation and to provide more time to try to persuade the Prime Minister to agree to a peace formula. JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Thfl Zionist Actions Committee will convene 1 The special committee had been on Apr. 26 to elect a new Jewish Agency executive, according to a assigned the task of: working out decision this week b> the outgoing executive The •-*< %  J ^tSZSSX i£EX present executive was extended by the World Zionist Congress when the ^ ^ ^ ^^^ committee parties failed to agree on the composition of a new body. Goldman. rVZO Chief Again; Reveal Sharett Agency Status The outgoing executive, which was reconstituted with the replacement of Yaacov Tsur, Yehuda BraUN Given AJCommittee's Plan to Rap Anti-Semitism t NITED NATIONS—(JTA)—The American Jewish Committee this week submitted a number ot recommendations to the United Nations MI Besting effective actions to counter worldwide racial and religious oreiudice The recommendations were included in a report submitted in. the central Jewish bod) to the United Nations Subcommission on Prevention ol Discrimination and Protection ol Minorities. The American Jewish Commute findings of a ministerial committee which cleare I Mr. Lavon of responsibility for a disastrous security ginski and Meir Grossman by formm j s hap in 1954. which brought BT Premier Moshe Sharett. Ahior about his forced resignation a >ear Zisling and llaim Levanon. rcspeclater as Defense Minister, nvelv establiched two permanent ommitSs! One committee tor Tr* Prime Minister, sUtemcn activities m the Diaspora, will be last week before a crucial meeting headed by Sharett. while a commito '"', Mapai central committee 5 or activities in Israel sill be charged that the ministers comheaded by Dr. Israel Goldstein, who recentl) settled in Jerusalem. Sharett agreed to preside ever the Jerusalem session of the executive during the absence of Dr. Nahum Ooldman-i, who will remain as chairman, but was leaving for New York anti will Continued on Page 11-A "miscarriage of justice, half truths, and bias." Caucuses of the parties v hich are members ol the Prime Minister's coalition government decided Wonlaj thai either the Prime Minister had to retract these charges, which hey agreed were tantamount to a Continued on Page 2-A 0*. JOACHIM PHINZ ,.. movement dead (report has also been submitted to he Slate Department and to the American delegation to the t nited Nations, with a view to aiding the U s Government in cooperating with the United Nations inquirj into anti-Semitism and similar forms Of racial and religious hostility, which was initiated following the swastika-smearing incidents last year. The report traces the chain reaction of anti-Semitic outbursts which began with the swastikasmearing of a synagogue on Christmas eve, 1959, in Cologne, West Germany. It lists the most i active neo-Nazi and anti-Semitic groups operating in Europe, Latin Continued on Page 16-A RECEPTION WILL PRECEDE DINNER SUNDAY CJA Leaders to Hear Mayor Wagner Community interest is running high as final arrangements are being made this week tor the Combined Jewish Appeal leadership dinner to take place Sunday. 7 p.m., in the Imperial room of the Eden Hoc hotel at which Mayor Robert F. Wagner, of New York City, will b t guest ol honor. A reception honoring the Max or will be held in the Pavilion room at 6:;:o p.m.. just prior to the dinner. The reception committee is head ed by Ernest Janis, a campaign vice chairman. Honorary chairmen Of the committee are Mayor 1). Lee Powell, ol Miami Beach, and Mayor Robert King High, of Miami. Included in the committee .ire 6L> prominent Miami civic and communal leaders who were former residents ol Nev Y> rk and continue to retain communal ties between the two cities. "The leadership dinner will climax campaign activities in the Initial Gifts Division and give added inspiration to tr.ose men and women who are actively involved in our campaign," general campaign chairman Joseph M. Lipton said Wednesday. C< chairmen ol Ihe initial cuts Continued on Page 3 A



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Pcge 6-A 1 if w !" narJkUoun Friday. Jerrircrry 20, \%\ Democratic Affiliation 'Danger' to U.S. Jewry their arihtrcr.ce. particu. in the M{ j:;:c~. They Continued from Page 1-A was 16-1. Today I feel sore there has bean no change. i5' D^: pas) iampaign, Dade count) % %  funds bout l attendi ss 1 b • %  re Jews i citi with the my ty. N Tht ally r I j i ne wouli i to be R ns I < ;s large in investor isiness management, i pertj -:' | Such %  eral populat are edominantly Rcpublii x fas suburban BlOSl certain to east a lug u r R< publican vote i i a downtown working class Vet the Jewish group be. sing to th, :; i rt advanti be economic ?en-e is heavily Democratic. The radical departure of the \1 %  I 'm a house. (Of course, you know houses don't really talk.but this is special.) I'm a good house, but I'm peeved. I'm a good house, in a wonderful place called GOLDEN ISLES. I'm griping because the folks at GOLDEN ISLES are selling me for less than what I think I'm worth. Trey take a beautiful ERFRONT LOT, big, too, and buHd me on it. I'm a FINE house. I've got EVERYTHING. I'i: stay young for years and years. Yet those GOLDEN ISLES folks are selling me for JUST C'.ST! I know I'm worth more, and you'll know that, too, when you see me. So, please come out and look me ever. I'm peeved now, but I'll make a really happy home for you. GOLDEN ISLES HOMES A waterf'O't Fully sea*: I Heated & a U-ge, well piarred roomj ful'y i f*in 1 m U rT' r •. With and Complete C I. Vta'er & se*ers Po'rce £ fire protection Garbage 4 tras-,coi,e::ion No assessments, ever/thing m and paid tor Priced from $39 900 EreeMent fmancnj No closing costs IAYNE INC OF FLORIDA 1800 f. Beach Boulevard Hdlondole, Florida Phones WAbash 31236 WAbosh 2-3102, from Miami, FRankJin 1-8827 MORTIMM MAY .. monolithic structures Jew from the American average Indicates that there is a Jewish vote, and further that it must be responding to experiences and motivations other than those that influence the total American community. Since the country divided this time 50-50. and the Jewish group went over 80 percent Democratic, the previous sentence requires no elaboration. We may therefore immediately a>k why. Some at least of the answers may be found in the following: 111 The Jew is a relative newcomer to the country It is said that even Democrat had his origin either at Appomattox or Ellis Island. The recent arrival has tended to be Democratic. (2) The Jews live largely in the biggest cities: New York alone has about 40 percent. New York. Chicago, and Boston are obvious example*. (3) The Democratic Party has appealed to minorities such as Irish, Catholic, Negro, Puerto Rican; and the Jew has had a feeling of minority status. Franklin Roosevelt particularly cultivated minority support. It would require much space for an analysis of the motivation that prompted such efforts by the Democratic Party or to inquire if the party has requited its support to minorities, but it has paid off in terms of votes. 41 There ian image in Jeu. ish mindol the Democratic Partj as the liberal party. In accepDi • exisl vital posts gross ah is apn tic citj itica viously mention* Mom to have aroused Jew iberal? ire: Tammany. Curley. ll. Penderga-t. Crump, and •> of other n. mi suggi -• themselves Without a doubt, the Democratic Party ha.spearhi ed much social progress [1 set tns to ha\c won the admiration acclaim of the Jew always identified with such programs. He may not have paused to think ol the concurrent maiorin by which nearly all American advance has been made: that but -eldom in our history have two parties i" i r. at completely opposite poles on major legislation; that, in general, there are liberals-, conservatives, and yes. reactionaries in each, the Democratic in particular, by virtue of its important Southern wing. • :%  -.%  %  %  I ] full ceni %  -. ts vote in thi Vt the 1 i %  em aim furnish %  then has cssively Ri put:.. \V( i i %  thi S haevei • Democratic It need I • -Mentioned that ... today then are n i ibstantial diffi n ict s; yet t .. patpi rsists (.back : in Europe :• rri ikes its appearance: inter .:.. : flaj anti-Semitism The Middle Class panics had often been vile enough to use anti-Semit;-m ..a weapon. Large numberJews beer, me socialist in Furope. Many bring this interpretation to America with them. Thev confolk School Celebration David Pin-ki Folk School will celebrate its firsi anniversarj on Tuesda) evening at the Seville hotel. Participating in the profl will be Kuy Harrison in a program of Yiddish and Hebrew songl Mi and Mrs. Ben Yomen will lead th. group ir: community sin-. t.iiiie larly found journals like "'Th:' Few aft]' I i! <:.[:• i eXOl C :'. Aerica: not thrivi \. %  %  •., i all; un er Ren I %  c Democratic ParJ %  %  vi* lj hie. ie a i'< m< i i-:..\ ins bri< ii> feciti %  Jev D m. i ex i this • %  vei %  !, ited er. I %  ;. not • r i in i st infn it not to I d %  ed o he v '' ongi %  will i el natioi wage, and me. %  • i -. yea r en of I) 'li jena< I %  as .. %  • tatft e or regi than as aa id< memo* r of a j arty. The point • e made 1 %  e above is Ihi fad h ir two par: a pound verse elements and that our sj ti • %  does not en ate moaolitl c structures it t iminattes much ol the bitter :v. ..r.ries and hatreds that otter, characterize %  her land-, t I :mini-Vs the urge to multiple parties Since diverse viewpoints find their place in each party, it behoo\es our co-religionists to exert their influence and assert their itt ludes in both. The liberal spirit thai iredolent of Jewish politi. cal feeling could augment metrend in that an in Republican rankwhictl habeen ir> creasing]} evident n andidates, platform-, and policies far many >e.n NEXT WEEK: Imbalarvre and the Distorted V ewpoi-t Art Coordinator Joins Ad Staff Rabbi William Berkowita has been elected to succeed retired Dr. Israel Goldstein as. spiritual leader of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun. The 135 year-old congregation is the oldest Conservative synagogue in the nation and the second oldest in New York City. SUPERB; LUXURY CO-OPERATIVE APARTMEXT5 $' %  MUljr frta 190 m Appointment ed Nathan Machtey as art coordinator for Bishopric, Green, and Fielden. Miami adverDr. Klein in Discusskn 'ising agency, has been announced by Karl Bishopric, president Shakespeare Reading circle disMachtey. 35. \, a veteran magac,KvM 1 Henry IV," with special /me iHustrator, having served 15 reference to the character ol Fal years on Mich leading nat.onal pubstaff, at the Miami Public Librarv hcations as Saturday Evening Post, on Wedne-.i.v n. r I Housekeeping, Woman's Day J ednM y. rhe Circle meets and (oilier-. weekly and iconducted by Dr The new B/G I taffer has David KIein P r <>fssor emeritus ol been aclivi in the local advertising the ( of the City of New field since coming to Miami from York Before Dr. Klein Inauau N, ::.\;; ran,,,.,^,.; ""f" 8 graduate of Prati He in Miami, he ..„,.... In.-.nnem Brooklyn, N Y. lives groups in .W !" JJ JHjl h Hebrew University in Jerusa I hey havi two children, Henna. n re at the University ol la and Michael, ., studi | oral (JableHigh rr^-Tl LV mux UffD *4 ,.'^0 luxurv 2 f# !f droom$ SJ ] "d 2 boths. -Looded with e erTe cvci; C i mC Ud J n9 W t0 Wo Costing. Sw.mLi-? o A r J co nd ''""n9. Plus so much more. ST cH V* nd L L r9e Pati0 Areo Superb Loca^^XnZtool 3 FUrni$Hed "*' "~* CASA BISCAYNE 12655 NE. 16th Ae; N. Miami, Fla., PI 19822 USY Sabbath At Beth Torafi The first United Synaj u youth Sabbath of Beth Torah Congn lion will be held Peb. 3. Junior USY enrolls teen-agers from 13 to 15. and the senior group is for the age group from lo to 18 Bo ; are affiliated with h ( national Conservative movers! of United Synagogue Youth : the -up, rvisioi I; win Kji


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Friday. January 20, 1961 +Jewisti FhridUam Page 9-A r The wise time to face the subject is before you have %  ~i DECIDE NOW TO JOIN" 4 I. Owv 5000 Jemk/ -V WHO HAVE ALREADY CHOSEN BTJKXA.L ESTATE IN 5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET MO 1-7693 Miami's oldest and finest exclusively Jewish Cemetery and Mausoleum %  %  %  Too many people intend to select a family burial site "someday," but never get around to it until they are faced with an emergency. This means making a hasty decision under great emotional stress and hasty decisions are seldom the best ones. That's why you'll be so wise to join the thousands of other esteemed Jewish families who have already made the decision that will lighten the burden so much, when loved ones are left alone. Their selection of Mount Nebo, Miami's oldest and finest I Jewish Cemetery, has been made after the same con-| sidered investigation and thought that you would devote v to selecting insurance or making a will. Like them, you too will find so many reasons why beautiful Mount Nebo can be your only choice. • Mount Ncbo's Perpetual Care Fund NOW EXCEEDS $150,000 • • mistered by The First Rational Bank of Miami, which acts .iiitrustee, this steadil) increasing fund ithe 0 | ,>. Und owned b) an) ,!--i-li Cemetery in ritla. Ever> • enl idevoted to the upkeep an.l beautifi,_,., ,,i \| %  %  M j.,'grounds. I" you this means 1 ie in -ui i that will always be maintained ftilh parklike beaut) and perfection. MOl NT NEBO IS SO CONVENIENTLY LOCATED Whether \r> use your own car or depend on public transportation, Mount Nebo ieail) accessible. MOl NT NEBO IS SO WELL-ESTABLISHED Miami's oldest exclusively Jewish cemetery^has for years, been a pUce < %  solace, inspiraliori and beauty. BURIAL ESTATES CANNOT BE TAXED %  '. %  %  Neither can they be eViwd for debf TtsV annon assessable. lien ami judgment-proof. \ F1VI POlW PLAN provide liuiiil prolacMn for lhe*"ntire family. It is e(fr'cH> "pon acceptance of sou. ajfpealion. WRITE FOR DETAILS TODAY MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida Please send me, without obligation, full information on Family Burial Kslates in Mount Nebo. Ham*. Addrcit. City. .Zoo Sto*. -i.,.,, %  .,„.. %  %  .,*,, ..M^.imj.ml.. t'jfc



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if Friday, January 20. 1961 +Jinist> ffcjricfiatjn Page H-B Beach Bar Will Install Officers New officers of the Miami Beach Bar Assn. will be installed at the eiUi' -ille hote l Tuesday following i HWMIfTMTly and dinner^Martingat 6:30 p.m. Harry B. Smith will be Installed as president by Circuit Court Judge ring Cypi n. Other are M. VVaitzkin, pre ident-elect; r.n Sweet and Stanley B. Rich rd. vice pn I ris Sirkin, bttrelary; Lawrence E Hoffman IreaMirc-r: and Leonard U. Weinslein. historian. Directors include Richard Wa*r man, Stanley Angel, Melvyn Fromkes, Bernard S. Mandler, •avid I. Shedroff, Don A. Mayer•tn, George J. Alboum. Raphael K. Yunes. Marvin Kimmel, Robeft A. Peterson, Irving Firtel and %  jprry Zuckernick. 1st presidents Stanley B. Stein, n Feller and Herbert S. Shawill also serve as board members. Smith graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami school of law in 1950. and started his law career in the office of Judge Cypen. He is active in civic and social affairs and is a former president of the Civic League of Miami Beach. He is presently serving as a na tional officer of Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity, is Miami Beach chairman of the Attorneys Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal aid co-chairman of the Lawyers I'ivisi. : of the United Fund of DadCounty Smi h, married to the former '•'aril---. Krer-sky. livt-s I 2! Hibisc dr.. with crea, Jv. y. acd Lou Ann. Veteran Zionist To be Specker %  us Haber, veteran Zionist and pr of "The Odyssey of an Amer_ Zionist."' which was recently published in a Hebrew elition in Israel, will be guest speaker at the Miami Beach Zionist District Luncheon Club on Wednesday, at 12:15 p.m.. at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Haber. who has recently returned from Israel, will speak on "Is the Organized Zionist Movement Still Needed ?•' A current events report will be given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. and community singing will be conducted by Jacob C. Fishman. Judge Malvin C. Englander. a past president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, will be honored at the luncheon. HARRY SMITH = I Major Parcels Go on Auction Sixteen major real estate parcels will go on the auction block Saturday at 10 a m.. in the Everglades room of the Everglades hotei. when the Miami Real Estate Exchange begins its first public auction. S. D. Haynsworth, president > given thai I luive fii<'i mj l-'in.i'' Report imrt Petition fur I Distribution and Kliutl Discharge • i: urlx of Hi. %  >i.u. of l.lv >N LiEllEKMAX, i !•••:>—•%  : and thai on Btie *8th da) of February, 1961, will apply HI Hie Honorable i ouno Juoae* of .iiiiii County, Florida, for approval ..I" %  aid h'lnal I:.|...II and t>.i distribution [and final diaclinrge aa Executrix of Che eatate of ihabove-nauned decedent. Tin.18tli day of January, IM1. i: r r.\ u. I;III.|I.\IAX [MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney in; AlnaleBuilding Miami : ::. Florid.! l 20-87. 2 ::-r) ADL Official To be Speaker Arthur Spiegel will lecture at the Adult Institute of Temple Beth Am on Sunday, 10 a.m., in the Temple auditorium. Spiegel, director of education of; the South Florida Council of the %  Anti-Defamation League of B'nai : B'rith, will speak on "The Face of the Angry .Mob in New Orleans— I Will it Come to Miami?" Dr. Howard Russman, chairman of the Temple committee on community affairs, will be in charge of the meeting. IN COUNTY JUDGES" COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 49418-C RE: ESTATE <>H YKTTA DAMN. 11. <•..,-. d. NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereD) given llint \vc have Hied oui final report and petition inr Final I HM hai -. %  na Executoi .>f the • siat..if YETTA UANIN, deceaaed; and that "ii tini"Hi da> <>f Kebruary, I SSI, we will apply to ill-Honorable. George T. larh Co tint} Judffe of Daale County, Florida., for approval of Mid %  in.il %  !'..-. hart. an Executor* of tin 1. tati of TETT \ HAN IN, de< eased. ThiiMh .i.i lanuary, IVS1. MURRAY HAN IN and .> i. \ i.\ i :> '/. I-..N i \.. iitorM of the c :-:;,:. %  "i V. it. i II. uiiii. I •• %  • ased HAH' H.D .il.M'IRl lUornej -. < i %  • .:. i -\ • ior Hadassah Studies Bible |ami Junior Hadassah will meet ie Barnes bids;.. 814 SW 27th ave room 205. on Wednesday. 8:30 p.m., for a study group discussion jn the Bible conducted by Miss Carole Pro>*. Louis Adler, popular musician at the Americana hotel, was in charge ol the large orchestra coordinating the recent holiday show at the Americana featuring Edye Gorme and Steve Lawrence. Adler's smaller musical combinations continue in great demand at local private and communal social events, including weddings and Bcr Mitzvahs. J EMANUEL M Will I HARRY W. HE VCR Gnnounat ihsdh paAjbwa/up in ih& Dp&ninjq of BEYER IFUNEIIAL HOME I 16660 N.E. 19th AVE. NORTH MIAMI BEACH Wl 7-691 Serving Dade and Broward County Shipping Facilities Throughout The Country Ol it 14 a r ie 8 HVVAN GOTTESMAN • : i N.J., :<..•. %  > wife, I | • bui lal n Ww tt !>•. LOUIS M. POWERS MRS. TESS;E EiSVAN %  \. ) %  •: ,, de Mi %  %  DR ALBERT SCHAFER 86, i : %  %  >^ .' He i• %  .. %  i re I flv< ... He .. • # ifi Pea I .. T : <:ien Ricnard, ... da -"• \ • wen i.i 14 n Oordon Ifuni al I MRS. SARAH SMAViTZ M, of S •"•" : • %  '• %  • %  • ^ PI adeljil red .'. -• i %  Mn %  [ %  .: %  I • ;,inl ,!---•• %  Services wen J H VRS AL CE ABRAVS : Mia • • -• % % %  il P.rldi • • %  i • is and I u i t h Ri\ en %  CHARLES ivOPN • •>• .' I \ .. V • I two dau ..ril two Bran Rive' %  in charit< %  MRS. JENN E KLAVKIN \ %  .-' %  %  %  \ %  .ID) I ll UP!. Sun • • 'I.1, • | !!.)•; VRS. FLORENCE LOMASK'N 7". ,i .• %  :". i %  ;. Jan. 11. • .. 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Page 10-B +Je*i$tiFk)r*fiar7 Friday. January 20. 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal Divisions Okay Campaigns as Areas Prepare '61 Push Leadersof the .manufacturing and transportation industries in Dade county will sponsor a dinner on Tuesday. 6:30 p.m., at Miami Springs Villas to launch their campaign in behalf of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal. Robert Russell, chairman of the CJA Manufacturing and Transportation Divi-ion. has invited business executive.of the fast-growing industrial area to meet with him for the purpose of starling the drive. "We are particularly pleased wiih. the response to CJA by the many new manufacturers and industrialists who have recently established their business operations hexe," said Russell. "They have shown a real understanding of the problems which confront this growing city." Chairman Russell named 31 cochairmen to help organize his division and conduct solicitations ol their hti ; incss associates. Appointed wore Maurice Ahelson, Samuel G. AJpert, Si !!< %  >• Alterman, Lester Arkin. Sam Berlin. James Breslow. Jack Carmel. Sidney Cans, Leo Gelvan and Harold R. Granofl Also, Maurice A. Kellner. Arthur Langson, Lee Lebow, Irving Levine, Martin Lodge. Milton Margulis, Yale Ogron, Victor Reiter. Phil RevitZ, and Paul Rimmeir. And David Schaechter, Sidney Group Forms to Assess Man's Responsibility to Fellow-Man By ISABEL GROVE Staff Writer A passionate need to know and understand something of man's relationship to man has brought together a diverse group of students who are anxious to share their findings and their further explorations with others Mmilarly spiritually curious. The group was a spontaneous development starling with individuals who had come to Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, of Beth Israel Congregation, seeking answers of spiritual import which might illuminate an intuitive feeling they shared that Channing Elected Unit President Jules P Channing, of Channing. Sweet Associates, has been elected president of the South Florida chapter of the Florida Planning and Zoning Assn. Other officers elected are vice president, David Simpson, planning director of the City of Miami; and Edgar H. Calvin, chairman of the Hollywood Planning Board. Secretary treasurer is J. L Greene, director of public service. City of South Miami. Installation oi new officers and directors will take place at a banquet to be announced. while religion stressed man's mitEVOfl belore God, morality in the world today should also emphasize man's relationship to man. The students, from a variety of professional and religious backi grounds, have now formed a disj cussion group, to which any interested person is welcome, and which ; meets weekly. Next meeting will be Sunday evening at the home of l Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Goldring, 545 West 37th st., Miami Beach. Discussions center around Talmudic knowledge and interpreta%  tions, but affiliation with Beth Israel or any other synagogue is un\ necessary. The members are of ; different levels of religious observance, and many cannot read or | translate Hebrew. In a further effort to share their findings with others, the group now airs a program, "A Torah of I Truth," Sundays at 11 a.m. over WMET (1490) Rabbi Rottman is moderator, and students serve on the panel. Judo Demonstration Slated Men's Club of Temple Ada'.h Ycshurun will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday evening, Jan. 26. in the Temple bldg., 2320 NE lTI-t st.. No. Miami Beach Follow Log the business discussion, there will be a judo demonstration. Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! Schreer, Sydney Silverstein, Lee Simkins, Robert Somerstein, Samjel Stark, Irving Stern, Robert Sussman, Max W. Temchin, Marvin Zuckerman and Jack B. Zwerner. Wholesalers And Distributors A cocktail party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Weinraub, which will be hosted jointly by Mr. and Mrs. Artie M. Kravitz, is scheduled to open the 1961 Comoincd Jewish Appeal in the Wholesalers and Distributors Division. The affair will be held at the Weintraub home, 9290 N. Bayshore dr., Miami Shores, on Sunday, Jan. 29, at 3 p.m., to kickoff the divisions's fund-raising efforts in 1961. Attending the affair to help coordinate CJA activities in their respective divisions will be Marvin Bransdorf, chairman of the Jobbers Division; Marvin Goldman, chairman of Toys and Sundries Division; Nat Roth, chairman of Manufacturers Representatives; and Nat Winokur, chairman of Shopping Centers Division. Weintraub and Kravitz have held positions of top level responsibility in the Business and Professions Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal for more than a decade, and have been prominently identified with a number of religious and welfare causes in the area. • Bay Harbor Readies Drive Residents of Bay Harbor are | getting ready to launch "the bigi gest CJA drive in the area since |the incorporation of Bay Harbor' j as a municipality in 1947." Leading citizens of Bay Harbor j Islands have been invited to a j kick-off breakfast in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal on Sun! day. Jan. 29, 10 a.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Arkin 9425 West Broadview dr. Assisting with plans for the allout drive in their area are cochairman Jack Gaines, Robert j Krinzman and George L. Sogg. i The volunteers committee includes } Charles Geigher. Burt Haft, Tom ; Kravitz, Jerry M. Lelchuk, Morris j I. Minov, Sam Pollock, Saul Shach-1 man, and Jose Winsen. "Every Jewish resident in Bay! Harbor will be asked to do his share in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal," said Arkin. He emphasized that 57 welfare causes in Greater Miami, throughout the United States, and overseas are supported by the Combined Jewish Appeal. rat [ H L^LW BI^B^B^BMJ^ 1 I j/S^, m M m jmm £ Bl ** r • MI %  |p. j 'itiJkmm^ 1 ^ Boy Scouts oi Troop 237 of the Coral Way Jewish Center present to the Lighthouse of the Blind a rare Braille typewriter. Making the presentation are Senior Patrol Leader Russell Margolin and Scoutmaster Buddy Logue. Accepting the typewriter is a representative of the Lighthouse. Temple Israel Annual Donor Sisterhood of Temple Israel held I "On the Town." starring Peg^y its annual donor luncheon, fashion | Cass. show and play on Wednesday noon : Co-chairmen of the affair were at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Mrs. Sol Kann and Mrs. Donald Featured was a performance of Kobley. 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 NO Salt j NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening *-duuYf\o£uL uAtLlta/ "to-vtV ASK FOR BAKERY PRODUCTS AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD MARKET RYE BREAD PUMPERNICKEL CHALAH ROLLS BAGELS division of NEW YORK BAKERIES, INC. JE 1-7117 New Players Seen At Jai-Alai Mew players and 31 returning veterans are highlighting the play at the Dania Jai-Alai Palace. Along with the five new men, Egurbi, Echaniz, Buru. Alberdi and Alfredo, Dania players' manager %  Jose Cruz Salsamendi signed all five champions from last sea.-on's roster. National Singles champion Alex returned to Dania Palace from a fine summer of play in Havana to make a bid for his second straight title, a feat thus far accomplished only by Ondarra. Ondarra, incidentally, is defending titlehnlder in both the Most Games Won and International World Serin categories. Returning with Ondarra is Aldecoa who shared in the World Series title. Both halves of the Diamond DoubleStakes team, I'reola and Bail, are in action at the Dania Palace, and Salsamendi expects (Jrcolfl to continue the championship brand of play he exhibited al the close ol last season. The D.inia Jai-Alai Palace remains open nightly except Sundaj through Apr. 10, with n game* %  Dighl starting at 7:45. %  j' %  '.' %  • %  %  • • • %  ;';.'. • %  ••'•-•'•• Yii Y I II V i Yi iji' i i ;' 1^ K AS HA of course! J^sr-^ A traditional standby ... for old-timey good Kasha *Q/ Varnethkes Kasha Knishes, and other treats. Leu than 2* a serving! Abe He? Woiri Cnomy KeWi (pit,) ... WoHr Ko,ho N GT • • • WeMfi Korfn Soup. [:i ;!; Send for Fftff KASHA COOK BOOK: PHYUIS WOlr r, Nej yv. Mew York Distributed By LEVINSONS FOOD SPECIALTIES 1050 East 17th Street Hialeah, Florida Phone TU 7 1571 B-THRIFTY N ft A i l.ll.VMI UNION Naomi Chapter Luncheon Naomi chapter of Hadassah will hold a Chinese luncheon and lathion show Monday at the House o! Hoo on the 79th st. causeway. 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Page 2-B *Jenist Fkradtiar) Left to right are Mesdames Harold Retskin, bring Go.tmon, Max Temchin, Bsnjamin Issenberq, Rae Berrin, Meyer Brilliant, Louis Schneiderman, Warren Z'undell. Jack Thaler. Philip Galitz. Yale Leavy, George Malin, James M. Jcblon. and Milton oft. Nvho -. Herbert Shapiro, president. Greater Miami chapter, Depolitick Hospital, Mrs. Harry Auslander, chairman, and Mrs. both, 08 Schwarz, co-chairman, discuss the chapter's dinner \v.-e Sunday evening, Jan. 29, at the Eden Roc hotel. va'Deborah Hospital Dinner Dance Greater M ami chapter of Deborah Ho.-pital will hold a dinner dance on Sunday evening. Jan 29. at the E-Jen Roc hotel. Co-chairmen of the event are Mrs. Harry Aulander and Mrs. Eugene Schwarz. Deborah Hosnj'a! cn?ci o, 7 e r* patients suffering from tuberculosis, heart afflictions, and othe the speaker, and hostesses are Mrs. Gussie Binder and David Nerove. • Mesdames Sonia Goldberg and Minnie Bauer will sponsor a luncheon for Pioneer Women, Club 1. on Sunday noon in the Sunshine restaurant. Mordecai Yardeei, author and -• -pcaker. Mrs. Joseph, atranti is president. All proceed; go to Child Rescue Fund of Israel. • Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women, is having a desert coffee and card party Wednesday. 1 p.m.. in North Shore Post Meeting > Jewish War Veterans. North iShore Post and Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening. 8:15 p.m. at 1 Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. 1160 Normandy dr. The meeting will feature a Blood Bank [drive and discuss the organization's 'fund-raising social on Jan. 28 at the Disabled American Veterans Home. I 330 W Okeechobee rd. Academy Women Meet Wednesday Hebrew Academy Women will meel Wednesday noon at Waldman's San Marino hotel. Mrs Joseph Shapiro, president, said that the meeting will launch the organization'.annual journal project. Dr. Zev K cutive > ; tor of the Gi National Fund Council, will be -• Program co-chairmi Mrs. I Joni. cob Weiss is chairman of card parlies. Pro; ceeds go to Child Rescue Fund of -rael KMrnmrnmammmmm Friday. January 20. 1S61 Dade County PTA Offers Tableaux Dade County Council PTA will meet Wednesday at Robert E. Lee Junior High, 3100 NW 5th ave at Tableaux will be used to present the pro rram, aid three students from the Robert E. Lee Junior High will tell why they are taking the early bird 7:30 a.m. dass< Mrs. Elizabetb Boone. superv.^rof foreign languages of the Dale county schools, will demonstr.i:e the new approach to the teaching of langw Bill Barber, in charge of the school's driver program, and Ted Blier. supervi-or of health and physical education of the school board, will be introduced by John Earle. director of junior high schools, who will coordinate the program. Mrs Charles H. Finkelstein is Council's program chair, man. Lorber Chapter Fashion Show Lorber chapter of the Jewish Na. tional Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver will present i's annual fashion show and luncheon on Mar 15 at ihi Deauville hotel. Bui Ine'l i!l show the Pans spring collection of the E. 1. Dupont Co., which manufachu bers and sends them to France to be mad* %  rics and then into top coutouru i tttSMU cookinf. Pure Cm k H'.Jh 4UMMTUB MHftnfHHi AT FOOD STORES 1VWWMIRI %  %  ;,.*, .,.-.* Jk Bring the genius of real Jewish cooking to your table! MANISCHEWITZ Whitefish & Pike we Gefilte Fish f Have you \r\ ed Sufc& e s ted q**J3 drained, Gel GeW e lie .= >sn GeW e F'isVi S V.T. S fvsn Diptor'* r^^ff3 ^esj^Seatn P on S ..,m cheese a) sa\X. pre*•*?••* •>...-% % %  w 4? ,^ ••'•* 4^; •• %  ; %  \^ &< -S V r .-+?. %  • %  -sw^a. For FREE Daily Recipe Booklet, send today tT THE B. MANISCHEWITZ CO., Dept. D, Box 88. Newark 1. N. X 33U-353 THE B. MANISCHEWITZ CO. Newspaper Ad 450 lines B-W Prepared by Al Paul Lelton Co. Inc.



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Pcge 10-A vJenisii fkrktiari Friday. January 20. 1961 Dr. Prim Urges Dissolution of Zionist Movement : ..r .1.. ..~.. nnn iimiiih pnrrnt!on. "Only in this way," Dr. Prim synagogue affiliation, however im ..id. "can we hope to attract .he P"J^f to needed, based not on an obsolete Zionism but on the real situation that confronts Jews m the I'.S. and other lands "lure they enjoy freedom and equality." Dr. Prim said that "in calling on the Zionist organizations dissolve and merge with like-minded groups into a new and vital move men;, we take a> our fundamental concept the principle expounded Continued from Page 1-A preserve Jewish peoplehood and create an independent and positive" link between American Jewry and Israel. The blueprint for such a move men: was outlined by Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion in his address at the World Zionist Con ganization. with its antiquated VOgn ss in Jerusalem last month. Dr rabulary and its unrealistic ideoPr na declared This calls for "dology, has been unable to move the in-, awav with outmoded tdeolog} young Jewish men and Women oi ,,„„,.,„ ,,„ r .. and accepting the real challenge ol today. Dn the other hand, their ., v h raison d'etre inot exehisil>n ,_Ut AJCongresa leader said. vely defined or satisfied by their p | e < young generation of Jews in the i'uited States a,nd qther lafitls who. seek a means of expressing both their Jewish identity and their feeling for Israel." The American Jewish Congress leader continued: "The Zionist orhshment of a vital tie between Jews in the United Slates and Israel. "Philanthrophy and fund raising have, to ail intents and purposes, served as the only source of con tact between American Jews and Israel. "Dr PriM declared. "And lnstrumenUforJueteriiiK Jewish lie-. evrr r ln this sphere fTfe Zionist Of the younger Jewish generation. Only such a movement can serve the effective and democratic as longingness. promoting Jewish culture, protecting Jewish security— and establishing a productive and meaningful relationship with [srael athe crucial and essential factor m the creative survival of the Jew ish people." The Jewish leader said that American Zionism had "tailed in the movement has not played the leading role." "Hut while the hundreds of millions of dollars American Jew; have contributed to the building oi Israel have proved of enormous help in the development of the Jew ish state. B growing gulf threj tens tn seperate the people of Isire a people, one peo onlj 'ask remaining to it-cstal.rael from American Jewry. Fiitv-one new members of the Abe Aronovitz Class of Sholem Ledge, B'nai B'rith, were initiated into the lodge Jan. 10 at Beth Dcvid Synagogue. Left to right are Mrs. Dorothy Aronovitz, widow of the former mayor and past president of Sholem Ledge, in whose honor the membership class was named; Mayor Robert King High, guest speaker at the ceremonies; and S.dney M. Aronovitz, who served as installation officer. Ed Kiein, president of Sholem Lodge, said the next meeting will be held Feb. 14, and will feature a lecture-demonstration by Canter William W. Lipson, of Beth David. Specui Have that t Meeting, inquet, or I Occasion ^9 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! at the ^ lor Information! HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director. JE 1-6061 26h St. A Collins Ave. &, tamcheone, Teae. Reception*, Banquets, Parties, Dinner) .. from 20 to 2000 catered In th* manner of the Diplomat... an unhurried, ever -attentive, soft-oooken asrvlco that makes •n event of your occaeloa. Not only does this concept have the vitality to serve as a rallyingpoint for American Jews; it also expresses a reality fully consonant wilh American democracy and our country's pluralistic society. If is a fact of life. This is how our neighbors feel about us. This is how we feel about ourselves. "To the young American Jew, the outworn phrases oi the Zionist movement have a tired and futile ring This was never more sinkinglj evident than in the recentlyconcluded World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem, with its fictitious shekel to determine representation, itfarcial 'election' ol gates and its interminable wrangling in the name ol so-called Zionist parties, which have no mean ing outside Israel. "Only .i movement based on th< realities ol American life can mobilize the interest and the energs Miramar Group Installs Officers Miramar Jew ish Community in stalled its new officers for the coming j i ..i last Wednesday Officers are: president. William Strong: first vice president, Gerald I; second vice president. Steve Lipof; recording secretary. Mrs Meyer Waldman; correspond ; ing secretary, .Miss Ceil Hillman; treasurer, .Meyer Waldman. Elected to the hoard of directors were Barnej Anhouse. Mrs \i Bart. Carl C. Carlie. Jack Cohen. Sol Disman, David Gorde, William Rich. Charles Schulman, and Reuben Sturtz. officers were installed by Joseph Kramer, a member of the or. zation. Guest speaker was Rabbi Max Lipschhz, ot Be-.h Torah Congregation. WONDERFUL PARTIES HAPPEN AT THE BALMORAL Elegant, luxurious surroundings, faultless service, exceptional cuisine. Groups ofWto 600 catered in the royal manner! FREE Oa-Prtmitei Poiluaq II ll "The Prestige Address" Complete Catering Facilities lor that Special Party terved in superb within a luxurious setting that will rei>ct your good tasl CONFIRMATIONS • aiCIPTIONS • WIDOINGt %  ANQUITS • MffTINOS • PABTItk A rete a tete or a gala celebration with 3.500 guests. 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Page 8-B %  fJenist' fhridHain Friday. January 20. 1961 CINEMA Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami BeachJE 1-6202 Continuous from 1:30 P.M. COMPLETE NEW SHOW STARTING TODAY ON OUR STAGE YIDDISH AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE Plus On Our Screen The Voice that has Thrilled Millions MOISHE OYSHER "THE SINGING BLACKSMITH" Variety Theatre 6th & Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. JE 4-2062 GRAND OPENING JAN. 26th and avary day al 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS Yiddish Stage Show & Pictures with Celebrated Yiddish Stars HtEIDElE OYSHER MARYLIN MICHAELS SEYMOR REXITE MIRIAM KRESSYN ROSE GREENFIELD JACOB JACOBS N i > i .> ON THE SCREEN MOISHE OYSHER & MICHAEL ROSENBERG IN "THE CANTOR'S SON" Mat.50? Eve $1.00 KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co Owner Ph UN 6-6226 Ph. UN 6-5278 SAND %  ELL Strictly Kosher Cctering BAR-AAIT7VAHS • WEDDINGS • PARTIES 7446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH. FLA. LUHCN OINMEK r* ^ 7*T lUUtUllaU H(aa&ai;n:p i: Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl The Royal Hungarian -UM RESTAURANT & CATERERS FOR WE FIHtST IN KOSHER CUISINE 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401 Hal Pearl's "Pearly Gait" does not apoear this issue due to a death in his family. Mr. Pearl's column resumes next week. Financial Leader Attends Inaugural Arthur H Ceurshwn. board ch.nrman of Miami Beach? Washington eral Savii i I oan Assn., M one of few Florldians lo have received an Invitation to sit on a special platform at the inauguration Friday of President-elect John F. Kenned} "i he financial leader is one of Kennedy'!, strong local supporters, and was among the sta •• leaders who helped spaik his campaign in Florida. Cour.-hon and his wife will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gaynor. Gaynor is also a member of Washington Federal's board of directors. Together, they will attend the inaugural ball and the qala show being arranged by Frank Sinatra. OPEN DAILY from 4 to 9 p.m. "THE ARISTOCRAT OF KOSHER RESTAURANTS" CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Air-Cond. (JN 6-6043 f "' %  Under Orthodox Vaad Hakaihruth 940 71st Street RIVIERA TO RESTAURANT SMORGASBORD $1.89 ALL YOU CAN EAT! MONOAV thrw THU8SCA P %  ', 'o 8 30 P 'A SERVING DINNERS FRIDAY NIGHTS A SUNDAYS Coruult us| '.-. %  %  • ; \ -' l< •' tluwutt n Koiker Catering 1830 Ponce de Leon, Corner Majorca. Coral Gables For Reservations call HI 8-5441 Closed Saturdays STAR DAIRY, VEG. & FISH RESTAURANT OLDEST AND BEST KNOWN DAIRY RESTAURANT SERVING LUNCH AND DINNERS -* 18-h CONSECJTIVE YEAR -fc TRY OUR SPECIAL ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS 841 Washington Avenue JE 1-9182 S. Miami Opens New Playground South Miami Heights Cabana Club staged a grand opening Jan 14 and 15. unveiling one of the largest playgrounds in Florida. Architect Don Reiff worked closel> with the developers. David M. and Martin Wool in to bring Dace county the country club playground featuring complete recreational facilities for all age groups. Covering over 10 acres, the Club has a giant Olympic pool, and supervised play area and fish-shaped kiddie pool. ARTHUR COUBSHON TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Serving Daily from 5 P.M. 2729 COLLINS AVENUE PHONES JEfferson 8-6109 JE 1-6651 Back After Illness At a special luncheon on Jan 12. Sisterhood of Beth Torah honored Mrs. Max A. Lipschitz. wife of the congregation's spiritual leader, who returned after a three-month absence due to Illness yncomporaWe Trench Cuisine 9516 HARDING AVE. r> u MIAMI BEACH UN 6-1654 AT THE PIANO BAR DAVID LEROUX h£?c C onlinenlnl If/i*r.' eleumtce in Uininj •a Ifqattiou ( .ECVi 34' HARBOR ISLAND 1Q1S 5th $tr* %  ANTONISI COOKING UN 6 430] fcfUtU =? of C^o/W Cjabfes NOW OPEN "FINEST in ITALIAN CUISINE" To the Most Intimate and Warm Atmosphere OF BEAUTIFUL ITALY "OPEN FROM 5 P. M. TILL MIDNIGHT" 2900 PONCE de LEON HI 4-2755 YOU'RE COKDIALLY INVITFD TODAY TO NICK & ANTOINETTE'S RESTAURANT Cucina Casalinga "Real Italian Wmmm 1 lsina~ • WINE and BEER # FREE PARKING 1624 N.E. 1st Court Phone FR 1-9375 (Between N.E. 1st Ave. & 2nd Ave., North of 16th St.) Sffrvina Daily from 5 p.m. Son. from 4 p.m.| KATZ's PARADISEi RKTAURANT ] 1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone J 2-1671 KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES ak.au .-.-M5V F,SM STEAKS-CHOPS-CHICKEN DELICIOUS PASTRIES CAKES CHALAHS & ROLLS CATERING FOP. All OCCASIONS AT MODERATE PSICES HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT T(f3 KOSHIt CATERERS %  '•' %  %  fcori lPSMIW to %  complete fcefM 170 N. W. Sth ST.. MIAMI PHONE FR 97996 Under th<* Supervision of the Beth Din of Greater Miami OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS



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Friday, January 20, 1961 1 J( M i$Ji IfkirHdiiairi Page 11 A 5Az// Bombing In Windy City CHICAGO.n \ -The Federal Bureau <'l Investigation this w"e< ioini : Chicago police ;: a lullscali I %  andals i h | lanted a bomli which exploded in the Anshe Emct Synagogue, the largest Cons i \ :.• i ue in the 'Nearly a 100 percent increase over last year," reports Br n Silver (center), chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal Food Division, tabulating pledges which were announced by business leaders at a meeting in the home of Harold Friedland (right:. Friedland is cc chairman of the food hotels, liquor, produce, and restcurant group, serving with Jerry Blank (*!< Sharett to Chair Agency While Goldmann Absent Continued from Page 1-A 1 82 Jewish Agency buditft totaling over I£ 184.000.000 ($103 million) It was decided that Sharett, Zislinp, Levanon and Dr. Goldmann will %  present the executive in the permanent Agency-Government c>> hnatir.K committee. f Dr. N'ahum Goldmann was reelec unanimously as president of the lorld Zionist Organization. On!} the Ilcrut delegates abstained from S ling. There was no negative votg. The last action of the Congn ss was to empower the Actions Cora %  Diu.c to elect non-part) represei (stives ns ol Isi ai with other nat i ind asse ti thai thesi ai ies wi 'e designe along "Nazi ear the inv of racij Such lelegates -;.i*i lirected i p< ople %  holt 11" bomb went ofi just before midnij (it a I Ies after participants ii a meeting in the menl had left. The blasl ripped a hole in Ihe ground smashed open two doii's and cracked walls. Damage was estimated at about SJ.OUO Hundreds of windows jn surrounding houses wire shatter i Mayor Daley called the bombing a "shucking thing to occur in our city James H. Gale, head of the FBI Chicago office, said his agents would seek evidence of violation of Federal law, such as if the explosives were transported on a common carrier. The penalty for unlawful interstate transportat ; on of explosive is one year's imprisonment and up to SI,000 fine or both. II personal injury is inflicted in a bombing, the culprit may be sentenced to as much as 10 years and lined up to $10,000 or given both penalties. The vandals, if they are apprehended, will also face action under a new Chicago regulation which imposes stiff penalties for desecration of houses of worship. The regulation was passed by the City Council last January after a rash of swastikas appeared on Chicago synagogues, apparently as part of a worldwide epidemic of anti-Semitic smearings touched oft by the desecration of a newly dedicated synagogue in Cologne, Germany, on Christmas eve in 1959. Theater Party Scheduled January Circle oi the i> ide Heights Jewish Congregation Sis terhood will sponsor a theater party at the Liltle Theater of Hollywood on Feb. 4. Featured will be T: e !:. clinii g 1 • 'In charge reservations Hrs. Jerry Litt. magnificent FIRST M. &b\j 1& 815E MIAMI iJaWl Kennel Club DOG RACING Dade Heights Will Honor Founders roundel's Night, honoring 1" couples who helped organize Dade Heights Jewish O ngregation, will be nart ol Friday evening services this week at the congregation. To be honored are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kulchin, Mr and Mrs Bernard Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. David Rose, Mr. and Mi>. 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Pcge 1G-A *Jen ist fkriidHan One of Theirs By MAX LtRNER UN Given AJCommittee's Plan Against Anti-Semitism Continued from Page 1-A State? America and the United whose propaganda probably hod a hand in spreading the epidemic of vandalism, ard it deals w.th the suppression of Jewish culture in the Soviet Union. It then makes IrH following rtCMMIMH* datiors: 1. The UN Subcommission si undertake ;i thorough survey ol neo\.\/\ and anil-Semitic organizations throughout the world. Including spe eific information about the nature oi each group, its membership, ideology, literature and activities. and an assessment ol its influence. Particular emphasis should be I given io the use ol anti-Semitism ior political ends. 2. The Subcommission should explore how the home, school church, which arc in a key position to influence the flexible minds I the young, art fostering wrholesi • le ingoing an:! unprejudiced atti tudes essential to the individual s mental health, as well dto (he well being of the community. The inlluence of priv a I e cil through their voluntary organiza lions might also be examined. 3. There are major proDlems di bigotry that need further exploration. More needs to be learned about the social and psychological factors, including cultuisi conflicts thai result in hostile action against particular groups. Tinc< rrel between anli-Semitic attitudeam' The mob of students in Harvard Yard gathered not only to salute a former Harvard student and current Harvard overseer, but also to salute their own possible future. When John F. Kennedy, oi the ctass ol 1940. came to Cambridge lor the annual overseers meeting, he came with Secret Service nun and a press corps tagging along. The seasoned rt porters who tracked him were Slumped for a more lhan routine -lory. The real story lay not in the return of an old grad but in the uses of a university in the life ol the nation, and in the future lole ot a trained creative minority in furnishing leadership to the broa.i mass of people from whom they come The real story lay in the mob (; several thousand students who swarmed around the President elect with reckless zeal, claiming him as one of their own. making him par cf their dream. "In dreams begin responsibilities," Delmore Schwartz has said. I DON'T MEAN THAT EVERY Harvard student will now dream of perhaps somedav becoming President of the United States. 1 mean H.melhing less hackneyed-that the Kennedy appointments, with their Stress on intellectual competence, help restore the standing wnich the life of the mind had in the days of Jefferson and Madison. There are many jokes about how Kennedy has raided the Harvard iacultv. There are reasons why Harvard has been singled out. For one thing. Kennedy was an undergraduate there. For another, aSenator from Massachusetts this was the group he naturally turned to Add the fact that Kennedy, himself something of an intellectual, feels at home with campus people. Finally there is the scarely deniable tact quite aside irom the old school tie, that Harvard as a university is really prettv good. But so are other universities. Now that the trail has been cleared to Cambridge, other trails need to be opened to other university camrcctly connected wither.*ks ol puses where the new administration will be able to conscript iirst rale men for the national ordeal ahead. The President-elect does things with grace. I think, for example, of the visit he paid to the Cambridge home of Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. who knows what John Seelcy knew—that history is past politics and politics pie-ent history, and who brings an incisiv mind to bear upon both We have been complaining for years about the American failure to value the teacher. The President-elect's visit to a history professor's house does more to strengthen the teacher's standing in the American needs further cxp.oration: likewise community than volumes of speeches. tje correlation between group pre* _J 7 — %  £— _-A-_ udices. and hostile attitudetoward I HOPE THAT THE NEW readiness to use the national brains stock -democratic ideas, movements and pile will bring about, however, a change ol outlook among intellectuals, institutions generally, including the They have had a double vice. Many have had an ivory-tower contempt U itself. for government, choosing to think of their work as millions of light \ 4. The Subcommission should iyears away Irom the streets where men sweat and the halls where they sue a report on measures and progovern the battlefields where they die. Others have fallen into the opgrams currently conducted by govposite vice, of tailoring their counsel to fit the preferences and prejuernmentof UN member States for dices of the men in the chairs oi the mighty. Both these blindnesses the purpose of eradicating antimust now be stripped away. Semitism and other form* of prejKnowledge comes in curious and uncalculated ways — by guess ami udice. This report could analyze surprise, by indirection and accident, by idle curiosity, as well as by the aspects of prejudice as well as determined assault. But once it is there it is meant to be used by human education measures taken to coun beings. To use it thus, those whose business is thought need to become teract it. commanders of men as well as servants of the state. This is a new notion for Americans, to which they have not yet accustomed themselves. The ••pratical" politicians will doubtless resent the extent to which Kennedy is raiding the universities, the stress he puts on greater aid to educcation, the emphasis on his cherished idea ol a Youth Peace Corps. Kennedy has shown himself to be as ••practical' a politician as any county boss, but since his task is on a vaster stage than theirit includes using not only them but the intellectuals as well. HE SPOKE AT THE STATE HOUSE in Boston of the "high and lonely"' post to which he is called. The brains he must enroll to help him in hitask will have to be used for diverse purposes: lor preventing nuclear war; for competing effectively in political war with the Communist world; tor Informing Americans about the world and the world about America: for reforming the social instruments which have fallen behind in the areas of employment, economic growth, social welfare and social justice: for transforming world conflict into a frame of world order. •alter Sputnik, America awoke to the need for speeding up the study of the sciences and mathematics. But the physical and natural scien itare only ,i uouri athe uses to which they are put. This means a new emphasis upon the sciences ol human society and the arts ol policy and decision. If the universities can awaken to this need there may still be campuses with students and teachers a decade Irom now. The American Jewish Committee report also deals with antiSemitism in the United States It po.nts out that in contrast to continental Europe, the United States has never e.igaged in the political or ideological forms of anti-Semitism. Hc*evcr, Jews in America do er-.ccunter various forms <-f social Ciscriminat.on which manifests itself in various exclusionary practices." Friday. January 20, 1961 OPEN LATE FEB. Zhe SberatortCel Rviv tootel The newest, most modern host in Israel f The-.practices, the report saj are due main]) to compt lition for status ai : stige, yel >\ is bj no means harmh -. In fact, the restates, "il is c< ntral to the problem ol anti Semilism which goes ;. • ; ""' '" %  I: implie* Ihe infi riorit) am inde >"•! ; entire gr< up In ; %  •• %  '•' -'' hose ban vcd socii 1 circuit becausi I ten n %  ,; re jardless ol %  ian.: atti • : "'' ,| tain types ol emp : menl The r< porl stai lhal ihe hvi • ive impacl of cerl N and lessi n mal ials, inHu ding tin I • the Cru< ifixi ]\ iv. idely nowledged i>\ high autlu rifii I Catholic chun • in the I Siaie"* In"recogwiti I ihis fa< tor a series of l-< taminatioi the texts used ii have In HI und< i taken bj Prot< >i .on .mil Catholic schools with the hostile attitudes toward other cooperation oi the American "Jiv groups — racial, religious, ethnic — ish Committee — with a >< to eliminating :: and prejudicial material." the report told the IN Subcommittt i New wuy to enjoy Tel A.m — Sheraton's brand-new holel. E. room is wreathed with a b i offeiing an eye-filling view of : city or the sea. 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Pcge 4-A vjenist fk>ridliar Friday. January 20. 1961 I iiMMNUi:Mi.i:r Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM '39?" FRED K. SKOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MJNDLTN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER CorresDonden' CJA Leaders Set the Pace Mayor Robert F. Warmer, of New Yoik City v 1 address lendsis oi the Combined Jewish A; peal on Sunday evening at c dinner meetir r in the Eden Roc hotel. The Ma/or has had a colorful career; he Jerks forward to even broader horizons of MTV* in the years ahead. Speculation with respect to his future in the new Administration inc'. des the possibility of his nomination as America's next Ambassador to Israel or Ireland. Israel is one of the reasons for which Mayor jgner will be speaking here this weekend. Fcr Israel is a major beneficiary of our annual Ccmbined Jewish Appeal. In 1961. CJA leaders fece the kind of chcllenge that goes beyond the scope and magnitude of others in previous years. We have spoken often enough in these cc'.umns about local and national Jewish needs — about the services provided by CJA dollars. By now, the messaae is clear: Greater Miami's central agencies and the beneficiaries, nationally and abroad, of the Jewish community's cr.nual drive depend upon these dollars. The more important issue is not another interpretation of the Combined Jewieh Appeal crency structure, which by now should prove redundant to well-informed Dade countians. but a realistic recognition of the currently strained philanthropic atmosphere. The strain is reflected in still-unfulfilled CJA pledges made during the 1960 campaign. It is rerlected in the general community structure, whose United Fund failed to achieve this year's goal. It is reflected in a variety of signposts cJong the way, each of which may spell problems. Greater Miami's central Jewish fund-raising organization got underway guickly to meet the challenge of the 1961 season, with the appointment last summer of Joseph Lipton as chairman — an appointment unprecedented for speed. CJA leaders must now set the pace to match the auspicious "inaugural." Behind them will full a well-informed and willing Jewish community to assure a successful campaign. Mayor Wagner's visit here this weekend should prove a colorful event along the path toward the achievement cf the major needs of the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal. America's New President John Fitzpatrick Kenned" becomes the 25th President of the United States at inaugural ceremonies in Washington on Friday, The hopes of the free world now lie in this 43-yecr-old man the youngest evei to be elected tc the nation's highest office. They lie in his vision and his couraae. Thev will be realized to the extent that he is truly capable of marshalling his creative talents and applyina them to successful solutions c ; pa pressing problems both at home end abroad. Mr. Kennedy takes office in the wake of a :-.000-word polemic delivered by Premier Nikita Khrushchev on Tuesday—-c re-oort ind eating 'hat the Communists already feel assured cl triumph in their international aims. He takes Office in the shadow of Khrushchev's reaffirmam of "peaceful co-existence" as another weapon in the arsenal desianed to achieve Communist world domination whhout so much cs firing a shot. The Khrushchev polemic set the stcge for what prudent observers believed to be another strategically-timed Soviet effort to hurl a man into space, thus earning a two-wav DropTgancistic victory: one more successful Russian attempt in this hotly contested field; reemphasis of America's laaajnr: space programs on the eve cf Mr. Kennedy's inauguration. Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union College, will recite from the ancient Hebrew priestly benediction durina his blessina of the nation's new President at the inauaural Friday: 'Mav the Lord lift up His countenance unto thee and grant thee peace." So far as the free world is concerned, this is an aspiration devoutly to be wished. Published every Friday since 1927 by Tbe Jewish "<;* %  at ttO N.E. StxilStreet. Miami 1. Florida ftntei.l >t •econd-clast matter July 1. ISSO, :u Pout Office of Miami. Florida, under the Aji of March ::, lSTi". The Jewish Floridian. has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weeki/. -Member of '.he Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Till. Arts r*ture yfTtlictt. Worldwide Newt Serv.ce. National Editor. 31 Assn.. Amer.can Assn. of Enqlish-Jew'sh Newsoaoers. ana the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Ploriillan .'•••> not guarantee ih Kauhrutn nt thl % %  • II • • -' ••" : "* '"' ''"' SUBSCRIPTION RATtS: On. Ve.i*V Tt "-* v ** r ,t>n Volume 34 Number 3 Friday, January 20, 1961 3 Shebat'5721 'Sffi**** **TION i>epr. Another Report on Textbooks • A report before a meeting of the AntiDefamation League in New York City highlights an admission by U.S. publishers that the textbooks they put out year after year for the use of the nation's students fall far behind the levels of excellence competent educators would like to see incorporated in them. There should be no surprise in this sad fact. A study of the texts used in the schools in Philadelphia last year, for example, came up with similar findings. The study dealt particularly with the manner in which textbook writers presented the Nazi Third Reich for high school history students. What stimulated the survey was the worldwide spate of swastika desecrations following the Christmas eve, 1959 vandalism of the new synagogue in Cologne, Germany. Found by a special committee was a singular lack of objective reporting in Philadelphia's texts. "Explanations" of Hitlerian policy were mounted on a synthetic view of Nazi aims, which matched in sheer gall the best tongue-incheek attitudes of the Nazis, themselves, with respect to Third Reich economic and social "reforms." anti-Semitism, and other policies central to Hitler's aims. Nothing, of course, ever ccme of the Philadelphia committee's recommendations. Is it conceivable that nothing will come of the latest report on the nation's textbooks? At a time when our new President seems so purposefully dedicated to giving America's school systems the financial and intellectual shot in-'.he-arm they have long needed this would indeed, be a wasteful prospect. *y t I.:during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN %  'I'tirwi The Crisis Postponed—Again President Ben-Zvi's role m the present Israel cabinet crisis disproves the off-hand view of his effice as honorary." Meetinas at his home early this week postponed a precipitous cabinet session scheduled for Tuesday, during which resignations by Prime Minister Bcn-Gurion and other high-ranking cabinet members might easily have taken place. Although the impasse between Mr. BenGurion and Pinhas Lavon, secretary aeneral of Histadrut, seems wider than ever these days, a perceptible degree of cooling down has already taken place amona the many contentious parties identifying with either side of the argument. It is to be hoped that the cooling down will be of sufficient maanitude as to permit the cabinet to resume its normal business affairs. Another showdown meeting Sunday mav very well tell the story. T HE UNIVERSITY nt Call fornia has launched a five year study of anti-Semitism ii America. The study, under-'the auspices of the Anti-DefarrTaTlD". League of B'nai B'ritjj. wi, 1 cost sonic S30O.Q00 bv4%' ttni. it 1conji-tud/Hf./jj^neliminar.v report ihcht.nVs trrSt ihe uni versity's researchers have mist ed mighty little in the formats e view of their proposed pro ject. The history of anti-Semitism here, an assessment of the contemporary situation, the development of stereotype and negative atti tudes. Christian educational influences, deterrent techniques — these and other facets of the problem all fall within the purview of the study. In addition, there i< a colorful profusion of variations on the theme, each of which, it is anticipated, will tocus the microscope of social science reasoning on the minutiae of bigotry. Some question has been raised as to the need for such an ambitious and costly effort. The principal objection is that many worthwhile inquiries into the roots of anti-Semitism exist already, and that little if anything emerged from their initial compilation Would not a newstudy B id to the presumable redun lancj thai la scholarship? Would it not obscure rather than clarify further our understanding of the subject? Would it not, in short, represent .. massive effort signifying nothing? At the outset, it must be understood that .studies into the nature of anti-Semitism are not meant, in themselves, to serve as antid I against prejudice. The activit) level "t hatred felt for Jewi can hardty be correlated in a strict inverse ratio with the number oi volumes devoted to the problem The more important consideration here is that repeated research tends to ventilate the general processes involved in bigotry; and it is precisel} here that some of the greatest advances have been made. Once concluded, the universit) study may. perhaps, become another dusty piece of scholarship. But during Uu five-year courts of compilation, there will be much in the way of reasoned discussion that should not only add to our understanding oi the subject, but al>o contribute to a diminution, however fractional, of its virulence. 'ADDITIONAL FACETS Of THE STUDY A LTHOUGH THE STUDY seems to be hugely detailed in scope, there ** are interesting facets attending such an effort that demand careful consideration. To begin with: All minorities have a .stake in civil libertarian action, for it is the minority whose guaranteed rights are most often compromised. Urgent examples of this axiom include the increasing encroachments on the separation of church and state principle, the popularly jaundiced view of the Fifth Amendment doctrine against self-incrimination. the recent flood of Sunday closing laws, massive resistance to integration, and many others, which more than adequately illustrate the point. Contrarily. peoole who largely are not objects of prejudice feel no need to affirm their civil libertarian beliefs. Thus it is that members of the minority always prove most vocal in this regard. To support their contentiousness, they seek out and identify with the anomalies in the majority. Jews, for example, tend to cultivate Gentiles who show a queer inclination toward making utterances of a human rights variety, or who are easily induced into making them. This produces two benefits: The majority spokesman is readily construed as an "endorsement" of a fundamental^ minority cause, the majority spokesman's respectability dilutes the significance of the charge against the minority that it is concerned with crackpot considerations. The question then becomes: Is the minority identified with civil libertarian issues on the basis of moral principle or as a means of selfpreservation? SHARPENING THt fOCUS Of INVESTIGATION COR THE JEW, the question may be restated: Do we study the elements of anti-Semitism as a means of diminishing the challenge to our existence, and with an eye toward strengthening the possibilities of our survival? Or. do we go through the motions in order to assess the measure of realism that may be accorded our repressed dreams of assimilation? This is an important consideration because it relates to the fundamentals of Jewish self-hatred. It is also important because it shed* further light on the true meaning of our relationship with non-Jew of a vocal civil libertarian nature — whether we seek their "endorsement" to strengthen a human rights principle or to facilitate our identi fication with the majority. Thus, however exhaustive the scope of the University of California project, it may well prove worthwhile to broaden Us horizon—to include among the many categories a self-study involving basii Jewish motivation. Such an addition would do no less than sharpen the locus of the ly at large and contribute immeasurably to the significance of its findings The encompassing nature of the inquiry necessarily disposes t to verse and possibly diffused conclusions. To the Jewish self-sti therefon should be added another i e devote I to an analysis of tl i • fectivem of the social scientists technique in the area of antithe reci a %  „ ,.,, ,• su.. -tii.lv mi bl serve to set aside old blind all.' lleviation and to strengthen alternatives that offer new possibilities oi implements*! THt ciNTfMlfry or tDUCATION TODAY "THE PROJECT CAN thus do no less than benefit from a clear dc< I mination of which area ol civil defense most adequately cop.s with anti-Semitism and. similaj • which area of human rights endeavor most fruitful!] assists In neutralizing it. icatlon i.s obviously a centra] factor militating for or again-rally, and the I niversity ol ( alifornia study proposes I i consider it fn m many points of view, including for example. Christian parish education" and the impact of contemporary literature 1 negative symbolism in race and religion. In this regard it would b wise were the stu ly to make a rapid determination of the means si ..MI,. ;„ entify with President Kennedy's revolutionary plans for the nation's schools. Stereotypes and images of the Jew. indeed of any minority, are the mere symptoms of prejudice. The root sources, if not nurtured there, at least he exposed and easily accessible among the manv levels of educational activity to which the President's program intends apply in itself. If Mr. Kennedy's plans call for financial and structural changes in our school system insofar as the Federal government will be accorded the pow. r to IU ggest them through the President's prestige they also imply • losophica] and eurricular changes, a, well. Precisely here y srestest opportunity of all for the civil libertarian inn..!.",microscopic view of what the Universi' of Cali' an snj est in the more spec I ted fields 0 I ition %  rd an honest sti> ly 0 h -Negro • sin a In



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Page 12-A PJewist*fhridSan \ %  >,. % % % % %  < %  Your CJA Leaders: 1960-61 MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY JOHN TEMPLE: No. 24 in a Series. This week recognition is accorded to a community leader who consistently performs his brand of personal service in a way that earns praise from all who know him and watch him work. John Temple displays those distinctive leadership attributes which make him imme diately welcome in any human cause, cr in any important civic project. In his philosophy of life, and in every assignment he undertakes, he epitomizes the ideal community worker. He is dedicated to the principle of helping one's fellow man. and he goes about it with tht quiet thoroughness of a successful business executive — which he is. He gives to CJA generously. He accepts pledge cards for solicitation, lollows throuuh systematically and repeatedly, often reluming to call on the same prospect three or four times if necessary. He will never use the telephone for campaigning, but prefers the direct pcrso.Ho-person approach. Temple"s business and community experience has imbued him with a rich background of information, and he possesses the facility of eommunicaiing th'v-e facts simply and clearly. In the 1961 CJA campaign, he heads the Furniture Division, but his activity does not %  Rabbi Karlinsky Appointed Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky, former spiritual lender < J Con Et/ Chaim, Miara Bea h ha appointed a member oi the board of supervisor • •( the B. Manischewitz Company, of Newark, N.J Rabbi Karlinsky will .A-o serve as administrative : '>i i of the company. JOHN 1CMPLE stop there. He also serves as a member of the all-important executive committee of Federation, and as one of the most dependable members of CIA's cash collection committee. In his characteristic way. thi* past week he pitched ;n with the ledaership dinner committee to boost attendance at Sunday's alfair at the Eden Roc hotel. A true community leader works, sets an example, gives generously, and inspires those around him. This, in a nutshell is John Temple. Rabbi Lawrence En New Southwest Center Dance Men's chili of Southwest Jewish < %  ter i^ hav ng a h;rn and square dance Saturday evening, Jan. 28 at 8438 SVl 8-h st with Lester Linn as caller, i %  • ill be given for the best costume. To Live in Hearts We Leave Behind Is to Live Forever! rift* K MEMORIALS PALMER'S "Miami's Only Jewish Monument Builders" Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 1961 Ml. Nebo Cemetery JACK HAlPEftN, 11 a.m. Rubbi Joseph E K. AN.TA SCHWARTZ, 1 p.m. Rjbh: In S. LOUIS HABE9MAN, 1:30 p.m. Kjhfv \. PERRY PARr : ?., 2 p.m. Rabh: \ LOU'S S. CANTOR, 2:3C p.m. i Mt. Sinai Lemetery MAXWELL ESKO V, 12 Noon Red b Max 1 "May Their Sctftls Repose in Eternal Peace' ARRANGEMENTS BY PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Pulpit Rabbi Harry L Lawrence has been appointed spiritual leader of Temple B'nai Sholom. 16800 N\V -2nd ;ive.. aecordinn to a revv Academy, this week announced the election of Rabbi Jonah E. "apian to the office of executive lircctor of the Academy. Rabbi Caplan is spiritual leader >f Temple Adath Yeshurun of No. Vliami Beach, and was for the past 'our years executive director of the Florida committee of Yeshiva Uniersity. In announcing the appointment. [Binder said that "Rabbi Caplan I brings to the Hebrew Academy a I rich background of many years of •xperience in the active rabbinate %  nd also as an administrator." Rabbi Caplan was ordained at the Isaac Elchanon Theological Seminary of Yeshiva University, and in September, 1931 was called to his first pulpit with the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation in the Southwest section. From there, he went to Congregation Beth El, of Astoria, L.I., where he served as spiritual leader for 16 years. He returned to Miami in 1954. Rabbi Caplan is secretary of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami, a member of the board of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, vice president of the Florida Friday, lenuary 20. 1961 Cantor Jacob Due at Beth El Congregation Beth El this week announced that world-renowned Cantor David Jacob, of Congrenation Beth Jacob. Baltimore. M-], will once again be guest cantor here. Cantor Jacob will cor. ioct service! on Saturday. Jan. 28. 3:30 am, at Beth El. He will also be heard in a concert on Sunday evening, Jan. 29. at 8 p.m. Cantor Jacob was bo-n in Hii. mania, and is a former student of the Peabody Conservatory of Bal'imore. A noted concert artist, he has made several RCA recordings, RABBI JONAH CAPLAN Council of the American Jewish Congress, and a member of the community planning committee ol the Greater Miami Jewish Feder ation. Rabbi Caplan is married and lives at 410 W. 31st st. His -.on. Shlomo. | is a nineth grade student at the Hebrew Academy. A daughter. Simla mit. is a junior at Stern College for Women, of Yeshiva University, and president of her class. A married daughter. Faith C'elnick. a graduate of Stern College, iliving in New York City. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale t Retail ISRAUI Gins MO Movarifs 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Reform Leaders Map Workshop An annual leaders workshop for Temple Brotherhoods. P.O. Box temple brotherhoods will be held Sunday noon. Jan. 29. at the Biscayne restaurant. 735. Kendall. Lebow also will deliver the sermon Friday night. Jan 27. at TemThe meeting is open to all board p i e Beth Am. So. Miami, on The members of Reform temple men's image of the Jew clubs in Southern Florida. ^____^^_ JST£5 1*Z 'BUSN* Uan Sii, h00i Federation of Temple Brother-; Sisterhood of Temple Zamora hoods, will discuss "Basic Stand-, held its monthlv luncheon and card ards oi Brotherhood Operation.'; party on Wednesday noon. Morton A. Grant, Miami NFTB Kaplan, member, will preside. Luncheon will be served, and reservatlons may be made through Marvin Koffman, president of the Southeast Florida Federation of Rabbi Wanted for steady position. Must be an all-around man. Modern Orthodox or Conservative, foi a small Congregation, 3 hours ride from Miami. Reasonable salary plus 6-room apartment Apply to RABBI A. SCHWARTZ for information between the hours of 10 to 12 A.M. or 4 to 5 P.M., 634 S.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Apt. 2, or Phone FR 4-7126 ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722 ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR SYNAGOGUES A JEWISH HOMEs| We Carry Bar Mitzv.ih Records LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK N.W. 25th St. at 103rd Ave. TU 5-1689 "The South's most beautiful Jewish Cemetery" Coral Way Branch Office HI 4-9849 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanldin 9-1436 710S.W. 12h Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR BETH EL CONGREGATION 500 S.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida Phone FR 9-3304 Presents the World Renowned CANTOR DAVID JACOB is: •••*** — -— • —. i%  %  i" SHABBAS SHrRAH Saturday, January 28 8:30 A.M. Kidduth following Sabbath Services GRAND CONCERT Sunday, January 29 8.-00 P.M. For Tickets and Information Contact Our Office GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS 1 our MEMORIAL CONSULTANTS "SeYunj the Jewish Ci'ininuiiiiv Exclusively" STUDIO and OFFICE 3249 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-2157 PFI! IATE OP THl'RMOVTi MONUMBN1 personalized service at the — ........ SH jcime or tne blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service except rosh hashono and yom kippor



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Friday. January 20. 1961 vJenisfi fkridFia/n Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRESY OIVEN th.. n !,•> .LMII id, desiring to engage I neMH under tin fictitious luinw 4'KKS VV \V CLEANERS AND LAI" DERKTTE Rl fJ3J H.W 27lh Ave.. ten.ii.. register said ngnu with c :, %  i ih. %  • ir.iiit i'..nrt "i Da t nty, Floi 'in ill KMAN I. WEOER Sol.i iv.n-' KESSLER, OARS d ROTH !":•• s W 1-1 si. l I3-JD-27. r DmM IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 51156-B IN RE Estate > i ,,,.•1, ._|,-|i TKNSTKIN NOTICE TO CREDITORS T. All i "it i lorn in: All !'• r* n* Ing i 'talma or Demands \-.. •> • i -..I. Yi.u .nf herab) notified and roq ,i e<] i eaent an) calms and demands i. h you maj haw ,11.^1 ; ih< %  -i itc .i DAVID i.uii TBN8TBIN .). .,i late "f iHide County, Florida, to the County J nlges ... Dade County, and •file ih. in Tii. ii offlcei in the County Courthouse m Oade County, %  Florida, within eirhl calendar months from thtdate ".f the flral p iblii al on hereof, or the same will be barred. MIRIAM HANKIN, Administratrix JOSEPH S MAI.KK, Attomi 4i>: Lincoln Road Mian i Beach, Florida 1 • l l-JO-27, :' • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT* E is HEREBY OIVEN lhai thi nderslgned, iring '• engagi .-i bulm indi r •' • i %  %  %  !!. %  of I IRT <: I 11 I-: .V ESOI 'R r SERVICE Alnsle) Bldg M an ii i ... ;ii n.i m< • the i '!.•• i> Circuit < • %  %  %  .wi; i::. K \ ,IKXS • %  %  •' Ti ii • ai .v %  • \ : .,i.l i \\ i' ,i. si LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN ili.il the undersigned, dealrlng lo engage In lUalm sa I. r the fit 'iil-ais n.ii i OOORTESY l'l:l\i:.\\\ \ v al Dade Count) Intenda to regiatei -.ml name with (hi Clerk "f the Circuit Court of I >ade '''.nil \. Kloi Ida NEDRIK INC. ;. Kl.i. i 'i.i II. I 6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTU'E IS HKRKHY I;I\I;\ thai Mi. undersigned, dealrlni i" engagi n i.11-111. ~s mdvr the fi'iitlous name ol RONWrs APARTMENTS al SU Phoi netla Avenue, Coral Oablcs, Florida Intend i" register raid name with the clerk ..I the Circuit Court of o Florida. PREORIC ROSENTHAL Rl iBERT H R1CHARD IN Bole i 'v. II. i l 6-13-20-27 uiily, BMHMMMnWBgl ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! > Jenisti itoridfiann solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-4G05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE |N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ND COR DADE CCLNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE %  IO. B1566-C IN HI N NOTICE TO CREDITORS • • %  %  -i '•.-..• %  \lINDI.IN del • I '. i • %  ii :hell ifflci e In Dade Count! i I. ndar mi •t< i rat hereof, or am i FANNIE MINDLIN, R Exe. ul >\ • !... -i \\ i! .'mi Tt stami in oi %  Mtndlln, 'I-i.. -..'. IRi %  vNNKN Atti i • • .-• % %  bold i luilding Kloi Ida : !7,8/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C 135 i EN BRIOMAN, itlff, 1.1,1 AM P BRIOMAN, dant NOTICE OF PUBLICATION WILLIAM P. BRIOMAN .•hint Reatdeno unknown IRK HEREBY NOTIMED thai C.lll of %  "i iitalnt f"i invom ha> • i agalnal > oti and thai > i m %  it ii net ve •• r"P) "' v MILTON A PBIEDM N %  |, •. ii dim Mi. m -'. Plor. flli "Uh ih< f the Court on • %  %  .!., %  of Kebruan %  ,i. fault will "• taken i .,: i .,! i-.• %  kin • I .,.!'••-. .1 • ...... i ..•_ %  : %  \ %  il A v. • I'.l.l. Co "I I %  „.'• thia fith d 1 iaili i '• ni Plot Ida F. B I.EATHKRM \N Padi County, Horlda al) B) I. UNKBDEN. 1 %  i .: i •' Il NOTICE OF PUBLICATION I1N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE •nh JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C 260 INE H. CL1GOITT. ntlff, IMKri •> CLIOOITT, 1 i.-i.nilant. SUIT FOR DVORCE l \MKS O. CLIOOETT, Addreaa Cnknow n %  u are hereby notified thai %  Bll Complaint for IHvorci haa •• %  n : ..^.iiiiMt von, and y.i %  %  • %  required .,,,. ., cop) of youi Anawer ol ladRic lo the Hill of Complaint %  "' pla ntlfTi Aornej Lew art J Uah KS8 duPont Hmldlng. Miami Fli n.l.i and (ilHi..rlKin.il An(r or Pleading i" 'hi otfli • %  "' "•• rk r.f th. Circuit Courl on ot ber n 13th day of februar) ;• I II >•;', | idinu ni b) %  !• faul' li • i ii. n .i, i [hi Bl 1 "( %  ITin-n WISH !• • % %  : %  r l ., ,N i; • \n ii:. M %  E.B rii if %  • %  \i I V M • %  i BON \1C .' K VLIHH t'-> duPont Bldg., Miami torney for IMatni Ifl 1/13 Cubans Welcomed At Beth Jacob LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW N >Ti>'i: is HEREBY HIVEN thai | • signed, dealrlng (o etigagi In j n.ini. ol STH i X.W. Tilh %  • i : .'.. i ntendstori'H e with the Cli fir It Ci • • ...'• Ci lil i.MMER VLCtl VTIX<1S Rl n, I'll Morris B. FranJc. president, ances a sp< program for newfrom Havana. Cuba to be %  tiated bj Bi th Jacob > i • i evening., Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead..!• %  • I ins in Span{ : '. x XN,; ; and the. lectun I ondui ted in Plans will bi ps and S • i activities vll. LEGAL NOTICE CERT F'CATE OF CORPORATE D'SSOLU"ON IN THc. NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA •I i \i.l. Ti> WHOM THESE I STS SHALl MI i IREE "INC.* Wl %  • '-. ALV1N 0 V88EL MIAMI •l ri.i IRIDA; VV1L M ULAPSTONE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA TRtN I "TE OBI :'!•:.:••' VN. \MI BEACH, KLORIDA, >lnl on thr • N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT •'. D FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE -C %  R IRAH .: MKLN1KER, ... NOf'E TC CREDITORS r*o All Credit i lha\. i I •11 .i nd..\ %  li i al %  • % %  %  alma and %  vhi.'h ) I %  • -Al RAH AM MELN1KER, do• uai 'l late "i i Mil. i 'ount) i". the Count) Judge* ol lhdi i "ount) : .aid fill I he Kami In thi i ol Icea in I irtbouae In i a.l. %  % %  in| ty, Flo Idi within eight n d it N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCiIRY N0.61C 67 ALICE E. R1ETZFELD. Plaintiff, vs. PAUL RIETZFELD, I • % %  Mi., ni NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TOi PAUL RIETBFELD 1 ltiti Manor A uenui Bronx 72, Sew Tork Yon. PAUL RIETZFELD, are hereby notified tii.it a Bill of Complaint f..r IDvorce hibean filed agulnal you, and you are required to aerve a copj ..f your Anawet or Pleadlngii to th*Bill "i Complaint "ii thi plalntiff'n attorney, Von Zainfi and Kravlts, ciMi tropolltan Hank Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Answer oi Pleadings n the ofl i • of tht Clerk of th.' Circuit Courl on or before the •th da) "f February, 1961. If you fall to il" -". juilgmenl b) default will b< I taken ..--. TIyou foi the relief de• thi Bill "i <' !•! %  ni l" >NE .: %  : i iRl iBRKD % %  M • i .' %  \ rHERMAN r | 1 '..:' %  I .• I •x M :.' MAN, it %  „ -.' %  %  : Il TI VX. v NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOLS NAME LAW N %  •..._ % %  the I S ST I'll. I ri.!.i •-.%  • %  %  OATK1 I Miami. 1 A M C INVESTMHNT • • • : : %  \' %  I'reahli nt NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that i Inunderolgned, dealrlng to engage in bualneaa under ihflctltloua nantei" of NATION A I. KXTKItl'ltlSKS; nil JACK D. OLSHEN fcAss< M i .\r.i;s .it 1107 X.W. 17th Avenue, Miami Intenda to roglater aald namea ltii the Clerk of the Circuit Court "t Dade i '"mil \. Florida. NATK i.NAI, WATER HEATER SERVICE en H Pla. Corp. IL' SO, l '6-'> IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51507-C IN RE Batate ..f S HAItV i:Y OREENSPAN Oei-eaaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors anil All Peraona 'nt: ctalma oi I i.-nnin.iAgainst s.< Estate you .i % %  hi reb) notified and rei ...I to present an) elaims and dent which you ina> have against ihi nt. of s IIARVKY OREENSPAN • %  ..,-. i lati of Dade Count). PI ,, ihi 'ount) Judgea of I ladi i i %  i he -.' me III t heir ofl Ii %  I inn Court housi in Oade C in•,. Hi U It hill iii li t uti ii IIHII "I the il -' if, ..i ili^ .IE \N" l< OREENSPAN IIU'HAKI i IINK i: \• i tors H.VIili K h'lNK. Alt can l!i l llilg 1 months fri • i date "f the flrsi publication hereof, or the same will be ....i red. i \fK SEDRISH JEROME OOLDM \N lAdniini.-ti at i-( OOIJ>MAN i. I si' 1. 1.\ \ l t'.rnv 23M West Flagler Stn el Miami, Florida l 20-27, -' 3-10 • \ I '. i •• %  I I •,. it under lh •, i 1 60S, Fli nil.. Statm -. MsCAYNB BAY PTS INC .. cot u u it ii lm Ipal plat • of b n h.'l S iw, iheref Ihi of thi undersigned, desrlnt to engage In •' do h "" rt,, r lo '•'• ""• 'r-r'nirM 1 ;! VI'U'''"VCX""I'MI-M i hi sal .fled that ii ^','„' %  .'"'-', V \, i i <, %  : ement, a havi I ,\i Nl "f •" '•'-.' u ^"f* • %  it|| in n glati r Id nami IN w'lTNFPS WHBR1 • '" "' "" ''" •""'' "' % %  "-.t my hand am ive £££& %  ;, ,.,,... N( ... | Seal ol thi .-.'. FORM \T.\\ BAR. IN< I ,.. lV nv TIV ; EVEN rH • ON A l I f J AN CA RY T '\l ADAMS >...-.. %  Stati < IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 379 .'I R \ I.' K'KWI D %  (Iff, \ ,i:i: I.I H KWI 'i %  1 lefendanl NOTICE TO APPEAR (BY PUBLICATION) Pi %  LEB I.' lOKWl n I i Ri nideni %  Unknow n Y' lU ARE HEREBY req i n d Ii ., ... ., op> f your Anawi r t" the tomplaini for Dh hi n In oi • •Liiimff Attorney, M i R R A ^ /. KLEIN 413 Seybold Building, Miami 12 Florida, and tlh the original In lh ft,• of the Ok rk of thi Ii Cot • I .II or before i • bi at > M, I Ml. other A -.-. thi said Cause will ••< "i^ %  'onfesai NKI S ,. .... %  \'..|.ii. ants no i. n< oln Road 27. 2 S-l" NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HttRr.Oi % %  !> liN mat the ind. i sitin .1. ih i ii.— t" • ni-iic. in SAND-El.L STRICTLY KOSHER US ...*. ."C anil' Beach int. mli" regiater said name wMh the Clerk ol • Circuit Courl of D.oic County, Florida. SI i|, \\ KISS -.. %  i iwner NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTH 'E IS BEREBY OIVEN nderslgned, deslrlnc to engagi In eat under the fictitious nnnm of MEDICAL I'REDIT RESEARCH BUREAU .u V T. Fisherman, Oi-locka Inlend* i g -••! said name with th. fieri of the Circuit Court "t Dade County, Kl'.'Ma. JULIUS WIENER Sole i twner MAIN" S CAWN \it>.i n. > in Vpplli anl mi. Lincoln R".d ..: _.,,_j7 Miami, ria. HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 51425-C nil \ I AM IN FINK EL i NOTXE TO CREDITORS To All i'" 'hi'" and All Pe sons I mi.or i %  • %  : Vgalnsl %  Esti • v a an hereby not tiled and n resell! any claims and dent i 8 ivhlrlt \..ii ma) have against the %  ( BENJAMIN FINKKL deceased ite ..f Oade County, Florida, t<> ti" County Judges .a Dade County, and file ;lie In iii.ii offices in the Co Courthouse in Dadi County, Ho fight calendai months from fie of ih. fii-i publieatton hi • '. or the .-.'in. ill be barred. I.Ki iNARD K F1NKEL MILTON FINKBL WEINKLE .^ KESSLBR Att" neya l i Ke) bokl I'.iiilding 12 so, i -fi-n-20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 60C12434 PHILIP HELLER and LENA HELLER, : wife, Plal I'll. \\I! > .; A EICHLER and ER'HLER. his wife, •• %  ndai : NOTICE TO APPEAR i" DAVID O A HELLER Vvenui A'ahlw Ii k Ni %  !-• > EICHLER • Mrs David O A Eli hk i > _•".•; w i • Avi nue .\"..: .ii k. Ni .!• Vi U KRE HEREBY N< iTIFIEl In) lo Kon nortgagi • ded I I;....'K :•':". Pagi y Puhlk Recoi d %  idi 'ount Fli • ; 'i • %  imherlng l.,,t |o, IV S< "O'l Addition J" WESTWI IOD I.AKK. according %  • the Plat then of, ns reco •'• rl I'lal BcM.k 80 al Page ': ot I i ;:•... i. • i lade "ountj. Fli iai bet n flk d gainst > ou; an %  re hereto n H < • %  '" "'' Vl •' "-' %  •inVnawer or other pleadings oi c %  Plaintiffs' attorneys, Berkell & Kwltney, 1222 N.E. I3rd Street, North Milt Bi i" h, Fli rlda i i d flk the orlg'nal thereof In the office ol the Clerk if the Circuit Courl "n "i before the Huh da) "f Jan BI >*1. OI .. i i %  >•• Pro Confeaao will bi entei^d again*! I IATED al North M at Beach, Florida, this thi Mtn das of DecentIN I. I860 E B LEATHERMAN l, • % %  • ''ii.' ii "'" irt 1) B K M I.Y.MAX. I '. i .it % Clei k 12 SO 6 '"-' %  • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned, dealrlng i" engagi In business under the fictitious nann -I FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTER al 22^8 S.W, -Ii St., Miami nil.nils t" reg 'i said name with the Clerk of the Clrt'ouii I 'a.l. I '.unity. Kloi Id LAWRENCE ADLRR, M.D. 12 ::>•. I •. NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Hint Ih. undersigned, desiring to engagn %  -..mil. i thi fictitious nann HALLMARK DECORATORS at N W lM.nl St., Miami Intend* %  •. %  |d n. urn %  it li the Clei k til ; of 1 nde Count). Flu •: %  iBERT .1 EST1S 1 B-IJ-2 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. iTICE IS HEREBY (SIVEN %  .iri Igm 'I. ili -n Ing i" engag. In i ini -nndi %  the fictitious nanii ol IMPORT BNTERPRISBK al %  %  %  x -' 1 Street, Miami Beach int. nils to register said name with the Clerk of the •in nit Court "f Dade County, Florida. IRVING BAIER 1 6*13-5" -' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HTCREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, dealrlng to engagi In ness under th.fictitious nann "f RONNIE JOY VPARTMENTS at 18I w.-t Avenue, Miami Beach Intends %  > register said name with the Clerk "f Ihe Circuit Courl ol Dade County. Fli i 'I.. HARRY LANDSMAN 12 JO. 1 5-l" -29 S tfl DEPOSIT B0*f 5 "One ul ihf Nniioi Oldal and Lmgvil aft> 0ade Federal '.' JA\/ 0 5



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Bt.. S J IE Sid (Mrs. Lou) Margulies entertained a group of loeal friends at lunch in the Bamboo room of the Roney Plaza hotel on Saturday, and proved that beautiful redheads look even more beautiful in peaeock blue Natalie (Mrs. Herbert | Weiss came down from —-w.— New York to share a few weeks of the vacation tr parents, the Warren Siglcrs. are having with brother Stephen, who is leaving soon for a tour of duty in England "Nattie" at• t< re! Miami Beach High years ago, as did her husband, known as "Rocky" when he graduated in 1946 They now have two sons, Alan. 9. and Mark. 3 .. Judge Milton A. Friedman has just returned from a B'nai B'rith mid-winter District 5 Grand Lodge board of governors meeting in sigh, N.C. While there, he visited son Ronald, who is a ttiident at the university, and then stopped off in Columbia. S.C., to jnake a major address at the 25th anniversary oi the foundini 11 t B'nai B'rith lodge there. •• %  he The Sam Oritts. of 810 Laki view dr have an exciting time They have been invited by Sen. and Mrs. Styles Bri I the Presidential Inaugural hall, but prior to that. Mrs. *it! has to be in New York, and her husband will be in Philadelphia Nevertheless they will meet in Washington in ample time Selma's ball gown, designed by Pauline Trigere. is a pcau de ie print in blended torus of fuchsia, beige, grey and brown, which ould bring out the sparkle of her lovely eyes ... All accessori) ve been dyed to match, and the ensemble will be compkted with Jllensth white gloves and mink wrap to guard against Washing "s chilly weather .. The re won't be much time to linger, for son. Michael, is arrive Saturday from New Orleans to spend his mid-semester vacation nm Tulane. and he expects his parents to be here to tree: him. • Mitzi Weiss, at the luncheon meeting oi the Women's Cancer ague of Miami Beach on Friday, was her own best recommenda"for the beauty parlor of which she recently took charge in the bcerne hotel wi'th Oriette ... She was chatting with equally /active Mrs. Micky (Yvettcl Krauss. and Mrs. Milton (Frances) bn. president and vice president of the League Discussion < red around the importance of the League luncheon to be held 8 at the Americana hotel .. The parents of Stephen Mayer Garber. 730 14;h pi., are looking .i. (I eagerly to the two weeks he will spend with thorn dining break in semesters at the University of Florida starting Saturday [. He was recently elected chancellor of Tau Epsilon Phi there ... Mrs. Seymour Rubin has invited a number of women, active in tal organization work, to her home. 850 Lakeview dr., for a "CJA pee'' on Tuesday at 10 a.m. ... Mrs. Betty Finegold. of the Allison hotel, introduced her house tst Mrs. Isadore Friedman, of Cincinnati, to 50 of her iriends at unchcon in the Louis Philippe room of the Fonlaincbleau hotel a of the women are active with Betty in Deborah group of ja^ah and the Women's Cancer League. Bhthdazc: A first son, Todd Mayer, was born to Rabbi and s. Louis (Sima) Cassel on Jan. 8 Sisters Debbie. 12, and etta 2 attended the bris. with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating Godparents were Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham (Peggy) Cassel, %  dd's aunt and uncle Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Julius feoff, oi Miami Beach, and Mrs. Jennie Cohen, of Jerusalem Lyle R.. born Dec. 21. to Dolly and Rick Fried, is their third kid and third son. and filth grandchild and fifth grandson of Selma Louis) Fried ... He missed, by one day. being born on his indmother's birthday Mr and Mrs. Irving (Sandra) Friedman, of 1939 N. Glade dr. i. Miami Beach, are parents for the first time Son Greg LOWVu born in Jackson Menu rial Hospital on Jan. 13 rae new her is president of an aircraft parts company lhe Hyman edmans and Julius Halpryns are the happy grandparent! Alex and Bea Straus were elated with the arrival of grandgh.cr Julie Gale an Jan. 11. who joined brother Jeffrey Dav d months old, and parents Mi. and Mrs. Stanley fRosemarie) [-The stork hovering over the home of the Peter Wolfs, OJMW. .r Island It wlU be the first child tor Peter and wife. Inc. and first grandchild for her parents, the Joe Harts, oo-u I:• rd. • •* [N. hbors and friends helped Robert Lcvinc celebratt! his 75th lday at an open house Jan. 15. compensating somewhat ifor the thai his children and grandchildren could not be with hm. big event Mrs. Jack (Lee) Shaw made the birthday cake a recipe given to her in great secrecy by the world-renowned i,s the Waldman hotel Mr. and Mrs. William Danzinger few York, and the M. B. Smiths, of New ^"^ZkZV^ for the estivities The l.evincs, originally from New York. hi ed here for the pas. 10 years a. 7100 Rue Notre Dame %  To emDhasize the brilliance and importance of the Greater P SS Guild Ball to be held Friday at the Mta pi. famed society orchestra leader Lester Ian.n and his aggre pn will be flown down especially for the event. ... • Bar Mitzvahs here bring almost as many visitors as the sun•e The Arian Abramchiks. of New York, and the Bob Fullers, Michigan, are here to celebrate with nephew Arthur Levin §r>r Michael Blumh came all the way from San Jose. Calif., to mthe occasion with long-time friends Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krain jnd son, Paul, as did his cousin, Steven, and uncle, Jacob Blass[berg,,onl Massachusetts f Attending the reception in honor of Stan Horowitz were relatives [Mf. and Mrs. Ben MarkowitZ, Mrs. Pauline Goodman and son, Jack, (of Brooklyn And guest of honor at the Bar Mitzvah of Douglas Kayc. along Ih'his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Friedman, was Davio Ldmr.n. of New York. the 0(/< ovnan s "World "jTewisli meridian Miami, Florida, Friday, January 20, 1961 Section B "Strategy of Peace," by John F. Kennedy, is the timely work selected as the third in the 1960-61 series ci book reviews scheduled by the Miami B?ach chapter of Hodassch. Seated are Mrs. William Feuer, ticket chairman; Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, reviewer; Mrs. Philip Thau, chapter coordinator, Mrs. Jack Entine, assistant Lcnet Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer (left) and Mrs. Louis Glasser (right) will be hostesses at a reception ior Mayor Robert F. Wagner, of New York City, on Sunday in the Pavilion room of the Eden Roc hotel. They are shown with chairman of the hostess committee, Mrs. Bernard Stevens (center), al a luncheon in the Turf Club, where they were guests of Saul Silberman. Premiere Luncheon Chairmen Named Mrs. Sam Blank and Mrs Arnold Seeder have been appointed cochairmen of the hostess committee for the Combined Jewish Appeal Premiere Luncheon on Tuesday noon. Feb. 7, in the Eden Rothotel. Mrs Morris Goodman, general chairman ol the Women's Division campaign, told members of her campaign cabinet 'hat the luncheon will officially sound the call to all women of Greater Miami to t.ike part in this year's drive." Miami's leading Jewish women will be invited to serve on the coveted hostess committee, according to Mrs. Blank and Mrs. Seeder •'This year's Premiere Luncheon Will again carry out the French theme that has so delighted our Women's Division volunteers. said Mrs. Fay Ahlin Robbins. Pacesetters' chairman, commenting on chairman. Standing are Mrs. Maurice Collegeman, Mrs. Isaac Weinberger, Mrs. Joseph White, Mrs. Morris Rothkoff, Mrs. Clara Denner and Mrs. Frank Gurtov. The review will be held Monday, 1 p.m., at the Algiers hotel. Proceeds are for vocational education in Israel. AJCong. to Hear National Exec. ••. Alderson. national dire of the American Jewish COP Women's Division, will be I note speaker at an all-day IH^M workshop Monday at the 1|U{ ? Terrace hotel. "^\ In announcing plans for the^w Mrs. Leo C. Steinberg, president of the Florida Women's Division, said the theme will be "What Makes Us Different?" Mrs. David Muskat, chairman of the day, has planned two panel workshops for the meeting. Beginning at 10:30, the morning sessions will be devoted to a discusssion of the activities of the Commission on Law and Social Action and the Commission on Community Interrelations. Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom, will be principal consultant for the morning workshops. Serving with him will be Mrs. Lillian Mamlet, who is responsible for the CLSA session, and Mrs. Milton Zoloth. who will serve as resource person lor the workshop on Community Interrelations. Lunch will be served at noon, and each Congress member and her new member will be guests of the Congress. At 1 p.m.. two concurrent workshops on the Commission on In ernational Affairs and the Commission on Jewish Affairs will be held. Rabbi Jonah E Caplan will present a comprehensive view of the activities oi these commissions, and will be assisted by Mrs. Herbert Zame and Mrs. Maurice Kellner, who will act as resource perSOUS. Southgate Group Oneg Shabbat Mrs Jacob Bernstein will give the invocation, and Mrs. Henry Schwartz, vice president, will preside at the monthly Oneg Shabbat. given by the Southgate group of Hadassah on Saturday. 2 p.m., in the Recreation room of Southgate Towers. Rabbi Henry B Wernick will review the fourth portion of "Great Ages and Ideas of the Jewish People." by Leo W. Schwartz, and Mrs. Joseph Weisberg and Mrs. Hannah Cohen will give appropriate reading for Tu B'Shevat. Mrs Jack HomeNky is in charge of the social hour that will follow. advance plans. "Since our Premiere event has always managed to produce a 'first' in every social season, we expect to continue our unbroken record of successes," she said. Vice chairmen of the Premiere are Mesdames A. L. Glickinan. Samuel Halperin and Alex Manson. who are assisting with the program ,uul arrangements The program committee has revealed that a display of glamor fashions "straight from the style capitals of Europe" will be one of the' highlights of the day. Martha's Fashions, of the Americana hotel, will present a showing Of advance spring styles for "The Woman of 1961." which will include the new Florida shades an I cover the color spectrum, from "shy to shocking pink." Said Mrs. noooins. "Our woman of 1961 is not only chic, up-to-date, and knowledgeable, she is also


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t'Jenist fhrkUan Page 2-A CJA Leaders to Hear Mayor Wagner i to ID : HUB Uooc.d Rosen (left), a co-chairman of the CJA Construction Difpicn. se:v; ng with Cal Kovens and Bing Kossoff, increased hi pledge over last year and urged all members of his industry to respond to "the call of community conscience in 1961." With hiip-ore CJA general campaign chairman Joseph M. Lipton LOUIB Me: %  :er and Sam J. Heiman, president of the Greater Mian: Jewish Federation, who delivered the principal address at gje cer.r =:r.:ier of the Real Estate and Construction Division Lecture Series On Labor Law 111 The L'nnt'r-. of Miami is presenting a I • -trios on labormanagemr: itions and labor law, which w,;; i-.jly.7f current labor Taws and problems in a prac\l(IIO\ MEANS ACTION! Phone FR 4-4151 Real Es'jfe to sell at Public Auction. We [> iv ail advertising costs. Competitive b'dd rig brings top value. jReal Estate Exchange Inc. lade Commonwealth Bldg. tical and survej form. Lecturers are Herbert B. MintZ, a former general attorney of the National Labor Relations Boaid and now ;; member of the Saw irm of I'allot. Silver. Pallot. Stern and Mints: and Dr. James C. Vadakin, an arbitrator, am! professor of economic .ind indus.nai relati ins, The series will be given at the Columbus hob I on five Wednesdays, starting Jan. 25. from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Registration fee of S15 for the series may be sent to Dr. Dan Steinhoff. Evening Division, University Ol Miami. Coral Gables. Fla. Continued from Page 1-A Division are A. J. Harris and Julian VVeinkle. both veteran leaders of previous CJA drives. Mrs Bernard Stevens heads the hostess committee, a group ->i women who have long identified with local welfare and philanthropic activities. They Include the fol-: lowing Me-dames Leo Chaikm. Emil Priedlander, Inez Krensky, Samuel Lipton. Fay Ablin Robbins. Sam Simonhoff, .Milton Sirkin and Louis. Glasser. Mesdames Arthur Rosichan, Sam Blank. Das id Catsman. Stanley Frehling, George Goldberg. San A. Goldstein, Kmil Gould. Albert A Green. Sam J. Heiman and Joseph Morris. Mesdames Jack Popick, Meyer Bakin, Ben Blum. Leo Eisenstein. Charles Susskind. Harold Thruman and William W'eintraub. Mesdames Jay Kislak. Sidney Lefcourt, William Lehrman. Joseph M Lipton. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. A J. Molasky and Harold Rand. Mayor Wagner is known for his boldness and courage in solving human problems. He was born on April 20, 1910, and has been in public office since 1937, when he was elected to the New Hom. 0N4 Horn* Operated it % % % % %  • • ASS '.i TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe. Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK CALL F R 7-1411 y Heiman Speaks In South Areas Sam J. Heiman. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will address Jewish community leaders at a Southeastern regional conference on Jan. 28 and 29 in Richmond. Va. His address will deal with growing needs on the welfare front, and while in Richmond. h<< will confer with Jewish fund drive leaders from Norfolk. Newport News, and other cities. Heiman was co-chairman of a re cent CJA conference held in Bilox;. Miss., where he spoke befori a representative group from the cen ftral southern states Co-chairman of the conference with Heimai i'.ni! Kaplou. ol Sev Oi eans York State Assembly from the Yorkville section of Manhattan. Hi> achievements in public office a.s maypr of Neu V irk Qity have been characterized, firsl and : ren osl pro-ram.helping people." During the mayor's fir-t term in office, it is reported that more new schools have been opened, and larger sums have been appropriated for public education than in any simitar period in anj previous administration. He in-tailed a career and salary plan for city employees, embodying the principal of equal pay for equal work." and Social Security coverage was. for the firsl time, made available to muncipal employeeIn a postive move against discrimination, Mayor Wagner ha> established the Commision on Intergroup Relations as part of the basic structure of city government, designed to bring about mutual understanding between all groups and to eliminate bigotry. The Mayor supported and signed into law the Sharky-Brown-Isaacs Bill, banning discrimination in the sale and rental of privately owned housing. Mayor Wagner has expanded the research facilities of city agencies doing basic work in the fields of cancer, heart disease, mental illness, and rheumatic diseases, and brought to completion the city's 5200,000,000 hospital construction program. As recently as a few weeks ago. Mayor Wagner announced tl i numbi r ol l nation le; : architects and builders will ; te in the 871 01 100 redei menl ol a decaying'area near 93rd st. and Central Park Wesl In New Yoik The plan proposes consl tion ol some 3.500 middle itu apai tments. In the summer of 1955, Mayor Wagner, his wife and official par.y made a five-week lour of England, Ireland. France, Germany, Italy, Israel and Greece, and were enthusiastically received by t h e heads oi ;•- governments. Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain New York, N.Y. ( Special) For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like. "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" 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Page 8-A vJenist fkridfisun Friday, January 20, 1961 Norman A. Arkin (left), chairman of the CIA Eay Harbor Division, is host to a group of civic leaders who will be serving on the 1961 campc.gn committee. Bay Harbor will launch its frnd-raising activities at a breakfast meeting at the Arkin home, 9425 W. Broadview dr., on Ian. 29. Shown with Arkin are (seated left to right Saul Schachman, lerry Lelchu'.c, Robert Krinzman, Morris I. Minov and George Soga. Siandina are Char'es Geigher and lack Gained. Pride Won Over Prejudice for JFK Contimed from Page 1 A lien*My. Lubell said that while the religious issue was "the most iirportant single factor influencing the shift of votes from 1956 to 1*60," the way the shifts occurred suggest Kennedy's religicn "helped him in the electoral vcte, but probably hurt him in the popular vote." Li.beli also said that Kennedy's > ldacy did not stir anything like, the bitterness that Mired E Si h's did. The two men were joined by Attj Gen. Louis J. Lefkowitz. of V York, and Atty Gen. Stanley Mosk, of California, in a panel discussion on 'Bigotry and Politics Dr. Dean asserted that "it is clear enough that in some part> ol the country anti-Catholic prejiu ice cut heavily into Kennedy's vote, "but it is even clearer that, in •.ther sections, many Catholiewhe had been voting Republican in recent elections returned to the Democratic Party as a matter of pri< e in order to break the 18u>•. I unwritten taboo on a Catholic pres i d ent of the United States." !n states with more than 40 percei i Catholic church member-hip. th families into the congregation Friday evening. Jan 27. Services beginning at 8:15 p.m.. and an Oneg Shabbat following will honor the families and their children The congregation, with its new synagogue and school facilities now completed, has a total of 6B0 families, among them are manysenior citizen*. For this group. P.abbi Max A Lipschitz and Harold Wolk. president, announce the organization of a Golden Aft Club Eligible are those over the age of First meeting will be Tuesday. 7:30 p m in room 206 of the ,chool f55i Miami Committee Formed to Help Found Sholem Aleichem 'Home' in Tel Aviv The memory of Sholem Aleichem, Kussian born humor:..: u jurist. often referred to as the Jewish Mark Twain, will be preserved as the result of the initiative taken here this week b> a Greater Miami mittee organized at the home i M ChomitZ, 44:>S Sheridan ave The local sholem Aleichem ip will work under the nal committee to : • \i< ichmen in Tel \\ % %  the archives, unfinis m mus ipts and all historical material relating to this popular Jewish writer wh < die I In the I i '< States n 1916 Among Ihose who participated in the organization of the Miami committee were Harry Simonoff, Harry Cordon, A. Greenhouse, Meyer Drost, I. Rubinstein, Jack Fishman, J. Haber, Max Aster, S. J. Rodman, Joseph Morgen stern, and B. Z. Goldberg. At the meeting, Simonoff was elected vice president, Chomitx, secretary, Joseph Morgensfern, treasurer. The committee will elect its president at the next meet ing. "The thousands of small Jewish, villages of Eastern Europe, with their distinctive culture and h. lory, hi which were confined al •'in-! five million Jews, an mure.'' -tated Rodman, of New Vork City, general secretary of the national committee, "The Jew ish village has dis i i peared in the c< urse of our gener • bul the rich legacy of Bit lem Aleichem'writing ha< fai'h fully recorded for history the lil >. povefty-stricken ghetto vi lages, Its j">-. sorrows and stnv ing! The universal appeal of h ari iu h that his voluminou i lion of short stoi les an i ski tches I n translated mt i inguages, including Chinese." B /. Goldberg, well-known Yid journalist and columnist t he "The Day." urge' member. thi Miami committee to assist .1 the organization of similar grou ther cities. .1 tseph Morgonstern. of K 5 $t Hollywood, is nati"' I trees irer f the committee. T: stern Foundation has f>>r : years been instrume translation and publu .--. Israel ot Yiddish class Hebrew SHOLIM AllKHIM Family Dinner At Beth David Fund.raised by Beth David I -V at a l imilj \ hi spaghetti dinm will be us I to send 15 teen-age the regional convention in Jacks ville. Mar. 3 through5. The dinner will be served froi 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.. 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Friday, January 20. 1961 +.M*isti fhrkiikin Page 3-B Legislative Meet Due in Tallahassee Planning the third annual flower show of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club on Feb. 7 are (left to right) Mrs. Anthony W. Lane, past president; Mrs. Molly Turner, of WPST ch. 10, invited guest; and Mrs. Lester Stepner, president. Garden Club Planning Show "Beautiful Florida Flower Arrangements" is the theme for the third annual flower show of the Mt, Sinai Hospital Garden Club to be held at the home of Mrs. Irving Miller, 2305 Lake ave Sunset Islands, Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 7. Over 100 floral arrangements will be on exhibition. The artistic division will depict Oriental display! of flowers, foliage, fresh fndt and dried material, singly and in combinations. He horticultural division will include rare plants, cut flowers, branches of trees or shrubs, and planters suitable for the foyer, coffee table and kitchen. One of the highlights of the show will be the entries of the Junior Division, submitted by boys and ; pirii six to 16. titled -Comics," •Cotillion," and "Teen Page." Mrs. Harry A. Moscoe is chairman, and assisting her will be J Meedair.os Harry A. Moscoe and MOITis Krovetz; Irvin Wcinrich, tickets; Alexander Kogan, infor-, mataon; .lameAhramson, hospitality; Louis S Hoss. Junior Division; ami Anthony W. Lane,, awardMr-. Loter S'.epner is prtaidcni. Sisterhood Sees Play "Religion in Holiday Fashions," a play by Mrs. Daniel Lapin, was to be presented by the FlaglerGranada Jewish Center Sisterhood OB Thursday evening at FlaglcrGranada. Mrs. Sam Kowalski is president. Mrs. Abe Saluk is program chairman, and Mrs. Leo Drutz, in charge of refreshments. Legislation conference, sponsored j by the Florida Congress of ParI ents and Teachers, will be held in Tallahassee qp, Jan. 24 through 26, with the general meetings convening in the Senate Chamber of the Capitol. Since this is a legislation year and the PTA is more dedicated I than ever to securing adequate laws for the welfare of young people, the invitation to attend the i conference is being expanded, and i for the first time many local units j —_ — Elsa Maxwell Will Host Ball Here Elsa Maxwell will be hostess at one of Greater Miami's most gala : social events of the 1960-61 season. i the New Dawn Ball, on Sunday eve: ning, Jan. 29 at the Fontainebleau | hotel. The ball will benefit the new. I non-profit, non-sectarian Osteopathic General Hospital currently under construction in No Miami Beach. i Honorary" chairman for the black tie event is Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, j of Miami Beach. Mrs Irene Patti j Swartz. former Metropolitan Opera singer, is general chairman, and is being assisted by Mrs. William Parry and Dr. John Larimer, physicians' chairman. Music for dancing will be provided by the Johnny Masters Orchestra. A full program of entertainment is also planned. in Dade •ounty are planning to send representatives from their schools. Delegates from the Dade County Council PTA are Mesdames Milton Weiss, president; II. B. Ogden. legislation chairman; and Louie Vandel and Alfred D. Barbieri, corresponding and recording secretaries. Also attending from Miami are Mesdames Robert Tauber, Florida Congress* vice president of committees on organization; H. J. Johansen. president. PTA District 12; William P. Cooke, state procedure and bv-laws chairman; Grover Angell, state character a'.d spiritual education chairman; and John L. Bagg, state mental health, chairman. Mrs. W. L. Mussett. Miami, vice president of National Congress of j Parents and Teachers, and Florida I Congress' legislation chairman, 13 1 chairman of the conference. A1 Cong. Conference Luncheon American Jewish Congress V !l have a conference meeting a luncheon at the Biscayne Terrace hotel on Monday, 10:30 a.m. to 2 I p.m. Mrs Betty Aldcrson. natioi •[ executive director of the Wome '; Division, will be guest speai RDINE'S County Fair Tuesday Sunshine chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will sponsor a County Fair on Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. at the First Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 900 NE 125th St.. No. Miami. Mrs. Frank Burg and Mrs. Lillian Jacoby are in charge of information *W\FREE JOB PLACEMENTg^W,' IBM Key Punch, Progams, Wiring HOTEL TRAINING DIVISION \ Transcript. Switchboard, Front Of, fice, NCR 2000. Audit, Cashier. Etc. See Yellow Pgs. 654, 655 Phone Bk. } Adelphi Business College \ 500-526 NE 79th St. Nr. Bisc. Blvd. PL 7-7623 State Approved. ~ Shop Monday end Friday NnjhH, Miami, Miami 6 I-adore Schwartz. ft encrhiouNo MOVCKS BEKINS VAN LINES TO WEST COAST fetal t Ion, Oitttno Moving Sloriae Full ar f.rl U


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Pcge 14-A kniislh FkrSdfa W Friday, January 20. 1961 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN > The 'National Suicide Tendency' of Modern Germany THE MIND OF GERMANY: The Education cf a Nation. By .Hans Krhn., 370 pp. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. S5.95. D R. HANS KOHN, professor ol history al the Col tege of the Citj of New York and eminent an hority on nationalism, examines in tinbook the attiti of Germany, with particular emphasis on the last 2(K years. While it has always been difficult for tin tellectual realist to swallow theories of the exist* Of a national psychology — tempting as it has been to view Germany in terms of "The Authoritarian Per sonalitv" study — there is no doubt that countries possess, develop and haul down myths alum: : ; selves. compound creation of a nation's goals, • lems. treatment by others, and general feeling abo i itself. The author sees the "national suicide tendencj of modern Germany as an outgrowth of German alienation from Western civilization and its liberal and humanitarian heritage Anti-Semitism, (which was nol uni e • i coin'-' but simpl) uniquelj < ped). is thu facet oi the German rejection ol the West. • tian Friedrich Hobs, official historian of the Prussian state, attacked the Jews m a book in 1815 in the terms: "The assimilation ol tl e J< w into G life was rejected as a typical manil the western spiril ol liberalism; this was ini :, -<' with German nationalism, for the Jews. Ruhs tamed, were a nation of their own. Therefore Jews could not be at home in Germany. Thej shoul onlj a tolerated atten group, excluded from p Offices and the army, from To make it easier for the Germans to reco mediately the -Hebrew enemy.' Kuh> proposed thai the .lews should wear a yellow patch on thendn JS One may perhaps see In this earl) quote the typii German leap lrom purely abstract positi >n to its fanatical, semi-hysterical imolementatton: Dr Ko Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Kennedy Inaugural--Vision of Religious Liberty Washington T HIS MONTH'S PRESIDENTIAL inauguration recalls the role of Jews in the inaugural events of 1789 when George Washington, the first President, was sv. orn in. An appropriate comment on the first inaugural was made by Mordecai S! etfall, a Savannah. Ga Jew. He predicted that "an entire new scene will open itself" !o Jews in the nation. Sheflall's words proved prophetic Subsequent ratification of the Federal Constitution produced a country in which Jewish citizens enjoyed full equality for the first time since the Imperial Roman edict of 212 C E. The Shcftall vision was further Implemented in recent weeks when President elect Kennedy named two Jews serve simultaneously in the Cabinet Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER The Furor in Retrospect Jerusalem T HE FUROR IN many American circles over the misintei a by Mr. Ben-Gurion about the duty I trthodox Jews to com I torted considerabl) the I tmos] lere oi the 25th World Hoi ress here the Prime Minister's statl mi nl made As a matter of fact, the phra igress oi i : v nicn u 1st leadint! Z n si (the other being Jewish education in the D It is still premature rhai th< results oi this consensus will be However, the faci that speaker after speaker rose to stress the need I >i i Peering Aliyah from the free countrn presents a turning point It is enough to remembei reaction of some of the American es, includ those representing Hadassah, at the 23rd Congress • years ago when Mr Ben-Gurion issued the call. "Sen I your Sons and Daughters." to realize the change that has occurred in the atmosphere Typical of tins new atmosphere was the speech of Mrs. Ben Goldstein, wife of K Israel Goldstein, who said that man) ol her friends told her how they envied the fact that the Goldsteins have finally come to settle in Israel. Or the speech ol E Shapira. who read out a letter from fa s daughter to on< her friends in America, explaning the full life she is living here after settling in Israel Summing up the first third of the Congress the sessions devoted to uindameiital ideological questions, Dr Nahum Goldmann warned, however, not to misinterpret this "prO-AHyah" atmosphere as identical with the tion of the problem of Aliyah trom Western countries It should not. therefore, be asked in several months" time. how many immigrants have come." he said. "This is a dangerous approach. There are still organizational difticulities to overcome The furor over Mr Ben-Gunon's statement tended to cover some significant issues and. at the same time, to underscore others Thus, while the American press and many of the American Jewish leaders were busy with the discussion whether Mr Ben-Gurion can and should inter, pret the words of the sages, few bothered to look up exactly what he said. The excited reaction in America, however, raisethe grave question of whether it is a healthy phenomenon, when a large and respected community, such as the American Jewry, suddenly gets so excited over a headline in a newspaper (be it even the respected New York Times) that it cannot wait to find out what was actually said and in what context? Does this extreme nervousness befit a community which is apparently the most prosperous and most flourishing in all the history of the Jewish Diaspora? A search of dusty records revealed that Manual Joseph-. >:i. president of the Philadelphia Mikveh Israel conge gation, urged major Jewish communities to unite in a j int congratulatory message 10 President Washington. Philadelphia was joined in New York. Richmond, Va and other cities, separate congratulations were dispatched b) Savannah, Ga., and Newport. K I. The most famous ol the congratulatory letters was the Newport greeting, it was signed b> Moses Seixas, leader ot Newport's Yeshual Israel Congregation. This congregation, now called the Touro Synagogue, is a U.S National Historic Shrine. Siexas' brother was Rabbi Gershon Men des Seixas, a Revoluntionary patriot, ol New York City's Shearith Israel Synagogue In Newport. Moses Seixas also served is master of King David's Lodge of Freemasons He was a co-signatorj oi the Masonic inaugural greeting to Washington On behalf of Newport Jewrj Seixas requested George Washington to "perm;: the children ol the sj.uk ol Abi .ham to approach you with the most cordial affection and esteem for your person and merit.-" Seixas stresse hington that the Jew.-, "deprived as we have hith of the invaluable rights oi free citizens, we now vernment erected by the majestj oi Ihe people, %  • eminent which try gives no *>an< i assistance—but generously affordii i iscience an i immunitii le mgue, or la lental %¡ i s s.itol i v. n that "I is si amp i ai I exl i ; i se basis mut er.c< publ virtue, we ( but i th in the ai ... the eartl Him gi o : '> nd t ious liberty Administration Bli • Preside %  : to New | '•The of the L'nited States i s ves f • n enlarged and 1ib< yol litation." President-elect Kenned) is thai not oi Je\ • greeted the first Presidei t. the Jew ish ngs wen to V. Roman Catholic congregations importance of religious liberty and equality is as -acred to the new President ..it was tc the brave \ nian who founded our country < ective to say this but -. tee I i can -. „i ,„ German wi ters G i lbs was alt s u .. ir Bis a n and cosmopolitanism. While he fell that "like the Jews, the Germanseem ed Vl ..;. %  ,. a j indii iduals but rat) er n isi rabte peop | he distrusted p wer and "was far re ; ove ition ol the state Esti Bismarck. Nietzsche. Wagner i L .. othi :• are revelatory of the fatal Haw •hubris. The chapter on Wagner ai references to the "Nibelungenlied" are fascinating -These Nordic-Wagnerian myths, rediscovered and | apte | ..., g e „f nationalism lor nationalistic purposes ha %  • othing in common with the Greek myths In Greece the Olympians triumphed over the primeval chS '" Wagner's art .shapeless chaos triumphed over the Gods." The book, liber a II) enhanced with quotations from German literature, pours facts into the mainstream ot its thesis. On the future. Dr. Koh-: is optimistic about Germany's present democratic, course %  i t passionati < ncentration on unity, frontiers the efficient power-state does nol again overwhelm the concern for building i stronger and better free But he mentions that "a national and i>er%  •.,,; with Ahich one cannot cope, which one has not mastered is a continuing source of danger Such a pa-: presents a problem to other people besides the Germans, it haunts them too like a revenant I ghost which can torn into a demon because one does not dare to face it in the clear light of a responsible ami reasonable realism Returning to this, and remem bering Weimar, many of us can only wait and Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Bible and Presidents A BIBLE WILL be opened Prida) I particular passage selected in vance bj Mr Kennedy, and he wil -worn in aPresident of the L'l states Freud maintained that fOU itldge a person by many things—. bis slipof speech. And penhaj exl i en by %  new President o vorn in cai i kind ol 'sermon" his i stration will practice Rabl Uberl Minda, of Minni \, ars a si idy of the Biblical ver :.;. •.!•.< neir inaugurals. study ii lal mosl of I Old Ter "Tel i all them ii H "." Is, ol co II a I • Jew s. Eis r his firs i iral this P the) labor in \ a •1'. : Eenhower cl i sed %  the Lord. I inheritam i Thi '., point to the ovi ctcris %  i i r, a spirit ol f an innoi itor Mr Hoovi i •• m Psalms "When tl peo] i %  : Mas. in Mr. Hoot er s Ad i to take to selling appU s %  ers to keep ft im perishing. i' D ii %  th< same verse for all 11 I ;ural? — fi i hapter ol Corinthians en Paul's ords exalting chanty. S • would take the Republicans e to learn the lesson. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Hungarian 'Freedom Fighters' Now Fascist JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS la ** tinCOUntrj are now paying attention to Hungarian Fascist .:• tups in New York that are conducting anti Semitic activities, The; urge that these groups be kept under continual surveillance Members of thes groups have infiltrated a considerable number of decent Hungarian organizations in New York an I other cities They have also organized, armed and uniformed "Hungarian Sharpshooter Troops" in several cities along the Eastern seaboard, including New York A number of unsuspecting prominent American public figures have been lured into expressing approbation of these Fascist groups The American Jewish Committee has established that these Fascist elements are centered around the New York weekly. "Free Hungary." which publishes unbridled anti-democratic and anti-Jewish propaganda. The majority of Hungarians m this country are far from the Ii garian neo Nazi elements Hungarian Fascist refugee groups are also ported by Jewish organizations here to COOpei with native anti-Semitein Latin American t tries The anti-Semitic propaganda in the-e countries ioften used as a weapon against the In.' I States. One of the Latin American countries where the anti-Semitic movement la active is Mexico The key organization there is Fditora Librera. nea by officers of a publishing firm of the same name, which specializes in hate literature. In Argentina. the major neo-Nazi organization is the Nationalist Union Movement, with about 15.000 members. Its leader, son of a former Argentine Cabinet member who strongly supported Hitler, is also asSOCiated with a rabidly anti-American publication. Anti-Semitic movements in Latin American countries also receive anti-Jewish publications imported from the L'nited States and distributed from a 'clearing house" in Santiago, Chile. • • ,...