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The Jewish Floridian ( January 27, 1961 )

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!61 1 '•Ofewish Floridian 1 folume 34 —. Number 4 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE IE WISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, January'27, 1961 Two Sections — Price 20* NOTED ZIONIST LEADER URGES BIPARTISANSHIP huimed Party May Respond in Kind Gurion Settles Cabinet Fight; Crisis Hurdled By MORTIMER MAY A larger number of Jews in He Republican Party would give |6e to a fairer interpretation of ie party its candidates. As of w, there is in many Jewish liarters a feekng that the Repubeans constitute an opposition to r ings Jewish. If an individual Spublican leader does someing that may be construed un%  endly by some Jews, it is likely to be blamed on the party itself, whereas a similiar offense by a Democrat is charged off as a vagary. Nixon buys a house with an invalid restrictive clause which has no relevance at the present. It becomes grist for Jewish mills One replies and tells the true facts: Many fine Democratic leaders also live in the same area. Yet no one apologizes A Republican ever seems suspect. In truth, we have all through the years had an abundance of frienc's in both parties ani fortely only a few enemies, but once a;'ain party affiliation furnishes no clue whatsoever. Inspect votes in Cong] ss and it will bo observed that party has never had significance when matters particular!) relating to. Jewi '. inieres • are involved. VirConinced on Page 34 |)JA Inaugural Due Feb. 5 Top Leaders Set Stage $72,740,000 in '61 Tor the 13th consecutive year, the United Jewish Appeal will launch Itionwide campaign here in Miami Beach on Sunday. Feb. 5. when It hol.sits national inaugural conference luncheon at the Americana hotel The campaign kickoff luncheon wilt climax three da>s of special leadership meetings, during which important problems of the 1961 UJA campai.-: will be discussed. Tin* %  — United Jt wish'Appeal seeks a min| g rant rcmii;s are give n wt .,: imum goal of $72,740,000 for its schooling in language, civilian sub%  lid programs for,585.000 per V-JW CORRECTION JERUSALEM—(Jl'A — The Ca phase of the dispute bet* i Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and Histadrut Secretary-General Pinhas Lavon, which for a m atened >i. coalition government, was ended Sunday. The cr.d of the crisis came who. %  the Cabinet, meeting Sunday, re • ived a letter from the Prime Min ister in which Israel's elder man reiterated that he re I r lecision of a seven-man ministi rial committee — which exonerated Mr Lavon of r sponsibility f r the 1934 ccuirv mishap — in a report on Dec. 25 as "the last word." The Ministerial committee was i posed of representatives of six parties, including two from Mr. BenGurion's our. Mapai Party. sons in 27 countries including the United Spates Principal speaker at the confer ajice luncheon on Feb. 5 will be Maj. Gn. Haim Laskov, who hat |ust retired as Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces after a three-year tour of duty. Gen. Laskcv. Israel's foremost milita ;. commander, one of the lead in 1 ui t .; the Sinai campaign ot 1958. is noted as one of the country's jnost outstanding authorilie> on immigrant absorption' Continued on Page 12 A Mtttf LSVIN .. conference cheirman Moroccans-Launch Bitter Anti Jewish Propaganda Mr. Ben-Gurion had challenged the ministerial committee's report. He said that the report led to "half-truths, bias and miscarriage of justice." Because those statements were interpreted as tantamount to Mr. Berv Gurion's ncn-eorrfidence in. his own Cabinet members, there were threats of resignations by seme members of the Cabinet, while Ben-Gurion himself had his letters of resignation ready for submission to President Itzhak Ben-Zvi. mmct PROMISES PUNISHMENT FOR GUILTY PACE 6-A HHJCt TERRORIZE COMMUNITY PAGE 70-A Sunday. Mr. Ben Gurion's letter of retraction, accepting the ministerial committee's decision on the Lavon case a."the last word.*' was PARIS—(JTA)-A full-scale propaganda campaign, appears to be ^ {o ^ Cabinet bv HJnUter of de i under way in the Kingdom of Morocco, its target the 290,000 remaining Justice Finhils Ro Pn chairman of •lop t^c Ne-area of southern Jews. The campaign, developed in connection with the recent meeting :he sevC n-mar. ministerial commitIsrael -,' %  a center for immigration of the Arab-African neutralist states in Casablanca, which President •ettlenu -nts. He was commander of; Nasser of the United Arab Republic attended, seems also to have been spurred by the news of the disaste Continued on Page 9-A the Southern region of Israel before becoming Chief of Staff. Dunnhis term as Chief of S'aff. he developed and extended the Israel Detcrise F :. ~ s>stem ol recruit training rr.der which immiFINAL VIEW Rogi jers Blasts Rockwell Party WASHING'!'. \ %  JTA'-ln virtually his "iil public state mentis Unite? States Attorney General. William P. Rogers, speak ing as chief lc,.' officer for the government, tet :i "i George Lhv coin R< kwe' \!i.encan Nazi Party a J" %  very a: -..h-of all American tradtgbns and American concepts of government" but said listing the NazWa.subversive would give them un' w %  <> Asked if th.2 Nazis should be placed on the Attorney General's list, Mr Rogers said: "I have serious questions about the wisdom of ich an action. The purpose of the ^m to alert government hiring officSb to the fact that state,! Khave a subversive character. K instance the group is insigI Continued on Page 5-A that befell 43 Jews seeking to escape Morocco to settle In Israel. As memorial services were held by Jewish communities in many parts of the world for the Jews who lost their lives when the chartered yacht on which they were fleeing the Arab kingdom foundered in the Mediterranean. Moroccan news-, director-general of the papers use^ieiri^ientfor attach .^^ .. r ^ ., ; fu ,, ,„, in Haifa district court that a Israel's Ambassador to France Testifies in Espionage Hearing TEL AVIV— JTA) — Walter F.y [srael's Ambassador to France on the Jewish community. Al Fajr, a government organ, declared editorially in a comment en the disaster that Jews should no longer be considered Moroccans "since their one aim is to leave Morocco." (The Times of London noted in a disptach trom Rabat that despite assurances given a Jewish delegaContinued on Page 3-A known academy in the country which the embassy represented." Unlike the typical request, which lull}*lodged at least one we-k re the departure of the dipiomatsi Eytan testified, in this case the request was fit Issuance of an exit permit within two days. Such a request, he added, is regard'' • a most urgent and irregular deEytan testified thai a -certain parture." .•;•„ asss urgently requested from The Uplamat also testified Ithe Foreign strj an exit visa the work of the resc re; r.-i-sto "forei Qt" left Israel imme %  ', after the arrest of Aharon • ol the left-wing un, who faces trial on espionage char] Text Publishers Admit Narrow Minorites View NEW" YORK—iJTA)—The director of the American Textbook Publishers Institute admitted v eek the accuracy of formal charge that most textbooks usel in American publje schools present a one-sided picture in minority groups and promised prompt action to correct such shortcom1 ing;. Dr. Austin McCaffrey accepted ; changed." he said. "Views and the charge by the Anti Defamation ; League of B'nai B'rith and noted : that some of these books were written years ago. 'Times have ; orientations have changed. N > one w ill say that texts developed thus far are as good as they ought to be The complaint emerged from a 10-month study of 48 textbooks on social studies made by Dr. Lloyd Marcus, director of the ADL department of research and development. Dr. Marcus asserted that the texts have "a partial, inadequate and distorted view" of Jews, Nazi atrocities, Negroes and immigrants. As two examples, he cited a statement from a problem of democracy text and one trom a world history text. The first statement was: "Some minorities have been ridiculed for inferior education and living standards. Jews on the other hand, it is alleged, succeed to well too fast.' They do 'too well' in business They are too able in ,1 They arc called pushers" Tiie other citation reads: "In the !3L'0'-. Hitler constantly attacked tor one of its employees acting as 1 was not limited I i whal he ivi is of the republic that tary to a a ntific %  %  arch ered "reasonable limi ol M lion which is a branch of a wellresearch Continued on Page 6-A W. German Officials Defend Former Nazi Bigwig spokesman confirmed that Dr. Fritz Schaelfer, West German Justice Minister, was informed last Sept. 5 that a preliminary investigation had been opened against Dr. Glohke by the Frankfurt prosecution office. In connection with that probe. Nat ttivities is now being, Christian Democratic Union Party the Frankfurt pro-i members accused Hessian State •Motor's Office. A Government! Attorney General Fritz Bauer with BONN—(JTA)—West German officials rallied last week to the de[ease of Dr. Hans Globke. State Secretary and aide to Chancellor Adenauer, who was the official commentator on the Nuremberg anti-Jewish laws of 1935 A criminal investigation of Globke "s conducted by having violated Dr. Globke's civil rights by allegedly informing the ;,r. ss about the investigation before notifying Dr Globke and Chancel-, lor Adenauer The Frankfurt office refused to give any details of the investigation, but it was believed the probe was connected with charges by Dr. Max Merton, former Naii wartime administrator in Greece, that Dr. Globke, as a former Ministry of tne Interior official, prevented the liberation of lO.CCO Greek Jews in 1943. Merten, who served a prison term on conviction of war crimes by a Greek tribunal, charged tha"; Adolf Eichmann. the S.S. Colonel who implemented the exterminaContinued on Page 16 A



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Page 2-A fjenitf flbrik&MI Friday. January 27, 1961 Coca Cola Replies to Times Report from Cairo ... nMi Pole and other Am Responding to a New York Times wire service report. Greater ghanis f• ^SSSla Stst The SSSMiami.M have deluged The Jewish Flond.an w.th letters and telephon, nj the MM U L r •by" g calls urging action be taken against the Coca|ola Qpmpanj SKTA JabTr Jewish Nor, of .ho The s.ory. reprinted locally in the Mum, Her.fi. quotes cVca-Lol_a !" ££ !" E* survey wiuch bottling plant spokesmen in Cairo. in th(>M l HU „ ni .Egypt, as declaring: 'The Cocapn0nC calls to The Jewish Flondian. JJJ indicatC£ ha t the investment. Cola Company has not and will never allow Israel to bottle Coca-1 Cola." According to the New York Times report, the statement was in response to the discovery of a Coca-Cola bottle in a Cairo soft drink house that had "strange" lettering engraved on the bottle. The outraged Egyptian purchaser, concluding that the lettering was Hebrew, reported the incident to the police. In response, the Cairo bottling plant ot Coca-Cola said that "No bottle bearing Hebrew characters of the State of Israel has been sciied." Continued the plant's managers: "The bottle believed to be coming from Israel is in fact a product of Ethiopia, and the characters it bears are Amharic." It was then that the managers Crown Cola and other American ?0ft drinks have followed Coca-Co,;, into niimerou.-. overseas markets. ••However, neither Pepsi-Cla nor Royal Crown Cob. nor other Anu-r lean sou drink companies have established a bottling operation lot their products in any of the connf tries mentioned above, Including In response. The Jewish Florldlan uhK n wo uld have to be made bj promptly wired Coca-Cola in Atlan, ocal nationals to establish such hotllu -., ,„;,„..,...ta and New York, requesting clan[ii ng operation would be successful the country of Israel. We are con fication of the New York Times ^ (his tj|m 1(K m tna the reason* tor then story. Representatives of Cocabusiness con refraining from doing so are the Cola's Miami plant contacted The "" %  S£j 'Jl'^'S E same as these of the Coca-Cola Expresident of the local firm, which Jg^"^ a id-be inF UND RAISE R With solid ESSES, ceesaweitY orgoni.ati.n ond p.hl.c re.ot,.-., see k$ executive pos.tion *.th prominent philonthropic institution, ixtensive experience supervis.ne cop. ml and operating •"**'"•" fields of religion, health welfare and higher educotioe. Mature, responsible hard worhinaCurr.culum •VTAl ^7 3. Miami I.Ha declares: "There are approximately 30 Coca-Cola Bottling operations in various mid-Eastern countries. All of these Coca-Cola bottling operations are privately and independently owned by local nationals of the countries in question. The average investment required to establish these Coca-Cola bottling operations is approximately I $1,000,000 per plant. "The Coca-Cola Export Corporation has assessed and reassessed vestor against going into the bottling business where its best judgment indicates that the economic conditions appear to make the sue cess of the venture doubtful. The conditions in these countries maychange for the better in the future and it is hoped very much that they will. "The Coca-Cola Export Corporation's present position in this matter is based purely upon looal economic and market conditions to be found in the countries in question. It is extremely unfortunate that a business decision based upon such economic facts could become involved in one of the most tragic political situations existing in tho world today." w&%y eWtCt •The Coca-Cola Exp.rt CorporaMeanwhile. Coca-Cola m New tion feels confident that "^ J ua §-; York wired The j ew ish Flondian on ment in this matter is correct, not; Mondav dedanng in part thai only because of its worldwide ex -Matters relating to the availability perience in the bottling business • gj !" ^ J^ m handled but also because the entire bev„ Prescription Specialist $ NOW IN TWO MODERN A Jf-CONDITIONED, ENLAtGIO HACK LOCATIONS mom PARRrNO SMC1 CONVENIENT TO SfS 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-7425 latr. Woshinftea Ao. Menemee 728 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS MLB CONTACT LENSES ll was men uui uicunuifni uon nas HKHCU aim IVMBVOTVO assured Egyptian authorities that the possibilities of establishing Cocabut also because the entile oe\bv {he Coca Co | a p xpo rt CerporaCoca-Cola would never allow Israel cola bottling operations in Greece, erage igdustries have aooptea in ^ ^ ^^ york Cjty •• Tne w j rt to bottle the soft drink Turkey. Syria. Trans-Jordan. Afsame position. Pepsi-Cola. Koyai repor ed lne cornpan y S reference Greater Miamians have since urged a variety of actions against the company in letters and teleTENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIH Won't Upset The Stomach AaaeiaO BOt onl 7 l' !" ttrongtr, *mtt4r relief from pain of headache Vut W also o/r. Won't upset the atoataeh and has no bad effects. To* %  ••, Anacin Is like a doctor's preMrlptiom. That la, Anacin contains aot Jut ene bat a eeasbmatiea of R adically proYen, actWe Ingredienta. :intlfle research boa proed u\ngl4 dn.g can girt sack strong yet eaea oaf e roUef H reported the company's reference of the matter to Paul Austin, president of export. ". who will reply immediately" with further clarification. AN of press time Wednesday. The no Schools to Rally For CJA Drive Jewish Schools of Create: Miami The rallies will also feature th< on Sunday. Feb. 5. in three geestratlons of Hebrew achievement o.he. w. graphical an from the champions m gra 3 mmmmmmmaammmmmm sisws ** %  :':LM;; LONG-DISTANCI MOVERS JewishTe in. Ralli ah 820 f5th Beach. 9:30 a m.: Beth D ition, 2629 SW aw I Beth Torah Congregation. 1099 NE 183rd si The program at all three rali'es will highlight musical sections by Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach. sponsored by the Jewish National Fund, which will award prizes to Jewish schools for largest contributions to the tree fund of JNF. Speakers of the Combined Jewish Appeal will bring a message from the 1061 campaign. Dr. Nathaniel So members • Interfailh Bowling Tourney Interfaiih bowling tournament will be held Sunday eveniri Bird Bowl. 9275 Bird rd. Tournament chairman is Irving Malmck. of 2025 SW 9th St. Coral Gables B'nai B'rith is sponsoring this this second annual event THE Y!VO FORUM Meefj Every Saturday, 8 P.M. lentril Saach Ebmsntary School 1420 Washington *e M'jrr. bejth SAY c % %  : rdeim •• Ages: ti 0 ; n ,i"Dev pment.' DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jet sey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Boston — all other points. DIAL JE 88353 M. lleberman & Sons 655 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH RETURN LCAO RATES MORTGAGES $500,000 Private Money CHAS. HIME Permaneat or Construction loans oa New or Old Properties Under Construction o • Completed. Will Bey at Make leans on 1st or 2nd Mortgaeei Ground Fees or Leases Unlimited Insurance Funds. Reg. Broker Ph. FR 9-3444 205 CALUMET BLDG. CJA Is Everyone's Responsibility GIVE XOW>! Mayshie Friedberg Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 845 MICHIGAN AVE.. 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Friday, January 27, 1961 vJknisli FkridHarj Page 3-A Combined Appeal Leadership Dinner Brings Campaign Total to $700,000 Mark Spurred by an appeal [or 'Miami \o -ake its place among the owing Jewish communities oftnc n," an overflow audience of R< eral hundred Jewish leaders rei-poncied with pledges at the Com. bined Jewish Appeal leadership -iJ.nner on Sunday evening at the .-Eden Roc hotel. WAGNER WIRtS Mayor Robert F. Wagner, of New York, who was scheduled as the principal speaker at the Combined Jewish Appeal leadership dinner Sunday, could not attend the meeting, but wired his regrets t o campaign chairman Joseph M. Upton in the following message: "1 regret that the pending harbor strike resulting in the crippling of the railroads I serving the'City of New York ? and the recent heavy snow I storm which has aggravated r the condition resulting from E the strike make it necessary wfor me to forego my anticipated pleasure "of joining witn you in the opening of your CJA campaign. Under the existing circumstances my first obligation is to the citizens of New York whose health, comfort and business are seriously involved. You I know I am sure of my conI tinued interest in the objec' tives of your campaign which : I have joined with you and | others in advancing for manyyears. You have my very best v label for success in f your endeavors.*' ROBERT F WAGNER. According to general campaign chairman Joseph If, Lipton, pledges announced at the dinner brought the campaign total to nearly $700.000. Chairman of the dinner, Judge Irving Cypen, called upon Federation president Sam J. Heiman and Lipton to present the story of the needs of Jewry here and overseas, and to bring Miamians up to date on the progress of the 1961 campaign. To finance the minimum operations of CJA's 57 health, welfare and social services both here and abroad, more than S2 million will ':>e needed in the coming year, it was indicated by Lipton. A large part of the funds raised is required by the United Jewish Appeal to' meet the staggering burden of integrating thousands of newcomers into Israel, and providing decent housing for families still living in the transient camps and shantytowns. President fleiman revealed that Miami's social services face a serious cut-back in 1961 unless adequate funds are raised by the Jewish residents of this area Mayor Robert F. Wagner, of New York, scheduled as principal speaker, was unable to attend the meeting due to the pressure of his offishifting into high gear include the Business and Professions group, General Solicitation and Areas, and the CJA Women's Division, headed by Mrs. Morris Goodman. One of the interesting highlights of the leadership dinner was presentation of her "generosity and devotion to humanitarian causes, and her unswerving support of the Combined Jewish Appeal." Dade Federal Savings A N O I O A N OF MIAMI An important planninq session of the CJA Wholesalers and Distributors Division is held in the board room of Federation to plan a cocktail party at the home of co-chairman William Weintraub, 9290 N. Bayshore dr., Miami Shores, on Sunday. 4 p.m. Left*to right (standing) are Artie Kravtiz, division cochairman; Nat Winokur, chairman of shopping centers; Sid Klein and Weintraub. Seated (left to right) are Perry Chester, Marvin Bransdorf, chairman of the Jobbers Division, Ben Parker, and Nat Roth, chairman of Manufacturers' Representatives. "One of /he Notion's Oldest and Largest" vial duties, and the severe transport strike in New York City. A. J. Harris, a co-chairman if the Initial Gifts Division, joined Heiman and Lipton in conducting the fund-raising portion of the program. Ernest Janis was chairman of the reception committee, and Mrs. Bernard Stevens headed the HosMoroccans Launch Hard Hitting Propaganda Drive Against Jews tessses Committee. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, delivered the invocation. The CJA Leadership Dinner climaxed the efforts of the Initial Gifts Division, of which Harris and Julian Weinkle are co-chairmen. Other campaign divisions now AITTIOX MEANS ACTION! Phone FR 4-4151 We want Real Estate 'o sell .-' Pjb'x Auct C" We pay all cdvertis.ng cos's. Corrpevtive b.dding b'rngs top value. Miami Real Estate Exchange Inc. *05 Dade Commonwealth Eldg Continued from Page 1-A tion by Crown Prince Moulay HatSan, agitation was increasing against the Jews in Morocco.) The screening of the film. Mtir Kampf" depicting Nazi anti-Jewish measures, provoked anti-Jewish rioting at the cinema in Casablanca last week. Young Moslem nationalists were held responsible. Le Monde, leading Paris daily, reviewing the discriminations that Moroccan Jews suffer either indi vidually or collectively, asserted that arrests of Jews had recently increased and that even the most inoffensive Jewish organizations hwere regarded with suspicion by Moroccan authorities. Because of these disabilities, the Pan-, daily said, Jews were "illegally" leaving Morocco at the rate of 2,000 a year. The daily added thai the deterioration oi conditions for .Moroccan Jews was particularly regrettable because Moiocco was probably the only Middle East or ( A rab country where lews could live harmoniosuly wi'.h the Mo.-lem majority. It 31 Hew* Owned Home Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? 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, Pcge 4-A •" Mnist fhridiain Friday. January 27, 1861 Jewish Floridian OFnCE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street TelephoneFR 3-46C5 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 r %  '. at ~< FRED K. SFOCKET E ditor and Publisher LEO M3NDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Av:v, Israel BAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday flnca IM1 by The lewloh FIorlHUn at IS( N.E Sixth Street, Miami .. Florida. Entered at •err.nd-b.- matter Jul> I. 1*30, at Poat I'lfn-e ol HIMU. Florida, under the An of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jtwiih Unity n the Jewish Week"/ (Member of the Jewish Telegraphic ij^cy. Severv-Arts Fa*t*~.£#nd%a4*. World>)iUk,NeiM Service. National Editorial Assn American Assn. or Enolish.Jews< Newspapers, inc the Florida Press Assn. during (he week ... as i see it -4>y LEO MJNNINsa %  %  rite Je*im) rswriuian uue noi %*• r.. it Hie Kaanrutn .. .... r '• %  • •:,< %  %  '" • %  •l'l-TI 5U8sCIPTIft1 Of. v... iv rtA TtS: -rhr., v,,-,r. t'O.PO Voiume 34 Number 4 Friday. January 27, 1961 10 Shebat 5721 Morocco Jewry's Dilemma The Jewish community of Morocco is experie:-.dug c deterioration in relations with its Moslem neighbors. The relationship has been a tenuous one for a long time, but frictions are now mounting more rapidly than ever. The Prica tragedy tends to righlight what Moroccans these days call "i.legal Zionist in* migration." Thai 43 Jews perished in the Mediterranean disaster has since received no sympathetic word in the Moslem press. Much of this maye be traced to the recent Arab "summit conference" in Casablanca, which UAR dictator Nasser attended, and which subseguently adopted a boycott resolution cgainst Israel. While the resolution said nothing about boycotting Jews, generally, the net result of the conference has been the start of one, with Jewish wholesalers and other tradesmen already suffering its ill-effects. The particularly sad note in the entire situation is Morocco's intractable policy bannnig Jewish immigration to Israel, while at the same time engaging in increasing degrees of antiSemitism. The desperate effort of the Price victims to escape this dilemma emphasizes the point sharply. In addition, observers last week reported that some 2.000 Jews have been arrested, detained and interrogated since the Arab conference at. Casablanca. As "illegal Zionism" more and more becomes the target of Moroccan hatred these days, the plight of the Jewish community there grows apace. Israel's friendship with the emerging African nations is one of the glowing surprises in the Jewish State's foreign relations field. Some of the disheartening experiences Israel has suffered among the Western nations during the past years were not mitigated, but certainly eased, by her triumphs with countries like Ghana and Guinea, among others. • e • THE TIDE SLOWS IN AFRICA In the case of Ghana, the Jewish State has been particularly successful: Israeli technical aid to this young African nation grows steadily, and many are the students from Ghana in Israel's schools and on her farms, learning the ways of modern technology and agriculture. The Black Star Shipping Line, a joint IsraelGhana merchant marine venture, amply demonstrates the nature of the ties that have bound the two countries. All of which is by way of hiqhlighting the disappointment stemming from President Kwame Nkrumah's signature affixed to the Casablanca Declaration during the recent Arab "summit" there. The declaration, of course, includes the anti-Israel resolution which has since contributed so much to the woe of the Jewish community of Morocco. President Nkrumah last week made hasty essurences that his siqnature has nothing whatever to do with the by-now traditional feelings cf friendship betwen his government and Israel. But as clouds of concern darkened their previous successes in Africa, Israeli officials watched and waited, increasing anxiety mounting within them. WPRtu.. Passing of Time Will Tell We are happy to take note of the manner in which the new Kennedy Administration seems to maintain contact with Jewish affairs here and abroad. Since his installation, President Kennedy has thanked the Synagogue Council of America, greeted the launchinq of a new dental facility at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and lauded the programs of ORT overseas. But it is in the realm of American affairs, domestic and foreign, where the President's record will be written. Mr. Kennedy, himse'f an author, knows that good writing is a slow and exacting process. Only the passing of time, not his incidental if gratifying contact with special croups, will tell how well he has acquited himself. KENNEDY'S PLEDGE When Leaders Wrangle Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the American Zionist Council, has struck back at Dr. Joachim Prinz, president of the American Jewish Congress, for the latter's suggestion last week that Zionism dissolve as a movement in favor of the development of a new group binding together Jews and Jewish organizations throughout the world. It is sad to note the overt wrangle between prominent leaders. The atmosphere attending the opening and conclusion of the recent 25th World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem has been strained — to say the least. Tempers are tuned to excessively high pitch, and those who rise to offer suggestions concerning the problems facing Zionism today should expect to arouse in others the instinct to answer. Dr. Prinz, whose interest in Zionist affairs goes back to well before his days as a rabbi in Hitler Berlin, last week presented his view of the outlook for modern Zionism. As such, his statement was neither better nor worse than many others of its kind, which attempt to examine the condition of the Jew in the contemporary world, and to analyze the possibilities concerning future prospects for diaspora Jewry end Israel. Most of these statements have been the result of a realistic recognition of the plight of Zionism today. Rabbi Miller, who himself urgently suggested the need for new Zionist goals as ear'y as 1953, should know this better than anyone. In answering Dr. Prinz several days ago, the AZC chairman declared: "The problem faring Zionists and Jews ... is not v/hether Zionism is necessary, but whether it is strong. The gues. tion is not whether Zionism should continue, but whether it can fulfill its tasks." However ardently Rabbi Miller mav offer these views, it is not difficult to pick them apart. For example: If Zionism is superfluous, why should it be slronq? Indeed, whv should there be any organized contribution to its existence? • • • MORE THAN ANGER NEEDED The "if's" here are great ones. Dr. Prinz' recommendations may hardly be the solution to what ails Zionism in our time, but neither does Rabbi Miller's reply really answer them. They are merely angry expressions of the despair facina Jewish leaders everywhere, who hav been attempting to cope with the problem. Anger can make no worthwhile contribution to intelligent action. Far more than anger will be needed in the future to resolve the ideologic difficulties confronting Zionist affairs with increasing frequency and fever. R ECOMMENDATIONS here last Wk for the University of California study of American anti-Semitism being conducted under the auspices of the Anti-Defamation League included a critical analysis of the Jewish community to determine the nature of the forces motivating such a study, with an eye toward eradicating possible element! of self-hatred, and aa means of clarifying the central aims of the project: an evaluation of the effectiveness of this and other examinations of the root sources of anti-Semitism, to which would be joined a dispassionate determination ot those methods that have proved most valuable in ameliorating bigotry against Jews; a more pragmatic approach t< education's role in the achievement ol the study's equally pragmatic end — iminution if not immediate and total elimination of anti Semitic practices across the land. It was also indicated here that the central purpose of studies of pr< judice isn't necessarily to develop an effectivi antidote to manifesons of it. The-i points "i vie* are not contradictory; as a matter act, they ma> be easily reconciled. The ventilating process of iny, ii< If, advances thi experience ol cultural interaction. The more we talk about dysfunction in human society, the more we expose elv< to < irr etfve opportunity. ge< ms to me, represents a n %  na for st \ posure. But it would be repeating tired methods M • -iuv,i i k | rograms and university levi 1 rkshops, -mcc largel} il noi eni the; focus upon the rigid adult mind, where ,.!;,,, Dac % %  ... rn he besi remedial effects these palliatives can offer. Educal ild rather begin al the lowet levels-of elementary school, in which unabashed discussions ol anti-Semitism may at least stand a fighting chance against the poisonous hatreds already invading a youngster's consciousness .it home and church. I N THIS REGARD, I mentioned last week the vast educational aid programs currently being considered by President Kennedy's new administration. The President, himself, during his campaign for office frequently indicated that Federal assistance must go beyond dollars alone — that aid. in the best sense, should include an infusion of cultural and intellectual values of which the nation's schools are today singularly and largely devoid. Opportunity conceivably exists here for the advancement of curricular changes dedicated to the study of anti-Semitism, generally, and racial and religious prejudice specifically. At no time in our past history, including the heyday of the Roosevelt era. was there a more fertile atmosphere in which to foster worthwhile human relations efforts blessed by active Presidential identification in a better than nominal sense. But to be effective in its recommendations for education, the University of California project would necessarily have to broaden the study's present horizon from its self-imposed restriction of antiSemitism as an American phenomenon. Distinction is often made between this brand of Jew-hatred, with the accent on socio-economic bigotry, and the European variety, which tends to express its prejudices in the political arena. Neither do such tenuous distinctions end there; for we also hear expressions of gratitude, piously voiced, over our "benign" native prototype and its easily-borne burden in contrast to Europe's. The sad fact is that American anti-Semitism has its taproots in the Old World. To set up distinctions between the two forms is to engage in interesting social science categorization: it is tantamount to inquiring whether a color-blind man's eyes are green or blue. •:-:• -f £HARLES DICKENS MEANT no harm in his characterization ot ^* Fagin. But the impact of "Oliver Twist" on the school youth is to reinforce the rationale behind the anti-Semitism expressed at home and church. This is equally true for Shakespeare. Chesterton. Belloc and a host of other works of literary art that have long been a traditional part of the nation's educational curriculum. No less does the Jew appear in history as a money-lender, shiftless exile, roward. and shirker of manual labor, with the accent on these characteristics and liule or no examination of the elements from which they emerged. It is beyond dispute that the anti-Semitic attitudes they strengthen in later years have no basis in indigenous American experience. For native literary parallels. Mich as those found in the short stories of Faulkner, the novels of Hemingway, and the poetry of T. S. Eliot or Ezra Pound, rarely if ever accost our nation's youth before late hn.b school or early college level, when prejudice has bcc<*me of the Intractable variety to which Brotherhood Week programs and Interfaith seminars listlessly address themselves. It is thus a central necessity to combat in the elementary school grades the negative symbols concerning Jews and Judaism that are a classic part of the curriculum, and to trace the symbols to theii European sources. In this process, there will be no need to rcwhistory — merely to attjusl the texts that presumably teach it. If the image of the Jew is limned in the prejudice of European society al d the ait reflecting it. let America's youth who study the image a. incidental part of the whole recognize it for what it has always b. • an educators hoax derived by putting the distorted heart befon the course. -"i; %  ••• IN SHORT: If the Jew is no farmer by European experience, let it be made clear that Europe did not permit him to own land; if the J< was a moneylender, let it be made equally clear that other occupationhad once been deliberately barred to him. Seen In these terms, the University of California study's rc*tru I to American anti-Semitism becomes an absurditv which! incidentally undermines seriously its proposed survey of Christian parish eduCi tion. For it is here, principally, that prevalent attitudes toward Jews are forged. To deny the one-to-one relationship between classic snl Srmitism and the New Testament is to be optimistic about interfaith relations beyond the point of no return. European anti-Semitism is the monster child of New Testa me %  I anti-Semitism. Both are the insipient elements of our own "favored socio-economic variety. Despite such minor Missal deletions as Pius XII and John XXII have made in the Catholic world, and the general humanistic impact of a vague Deism on the Protestant, it would be loolhardy to anticipate even for the far future a New Testament devoid of its teeth the Jew as object lesson in the matter of shunning the Christian Messiah. Only by launching the battle in the elementary school can the supporting effect of this doctrinaire philosophy on our nations secular anti Semitic experience be challenged ,K Ju C cducativc P rocess is %  two-way street. If we aim to instruct he Christian community in an acceptance of a more realistic image I TL! ?' !. T St a probc Jewish Prejudices, as well. In this regard, Jew h attitudes toward the Negro may be even more important than the i mvcrsity of California's proposed study of the elements of Negro -nti-Semitism. I-or a final view, next week.



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Friday, January 27, 1961 fJmidh fterik/iart Page 5-A UTTER TO THE EDITOR Jews are Prominent in Both Parties EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian Perhaps the best answer to .Mortimer May's article in last weeks Jewish Floridian was the appointment ol another Catholic as chairman oi the Democratic National Committee. This move was ma;e although.the Democratic! now have in office the nati< n'a first Catholic President, and orrly once has a non-Catholic been named national Chairman in recent decades. Mr May. by his article, is adding highly volatile fuel to the fire —the allegations that Jews vote as Jews and not as Americans. There are many instances that show this not to be so. One of the best examples was the 1956 Democratic Cohen Will Chair Academy Dinner On Sunday evening. Feb. 12. the Hebrew Academy will celebrate its Bar Mitzvah anniversary with a dinner at the Fontainebleau hotel. B. I. Binder, president of the Academy, announced the appoint ment ol Miami Beach City Councilman Wolfie Cohen as chairman ol the dinner. In, accepting the appointment. Cohen said that "after 13 years of growing up. the Hebrew Academy has come of age. From one grade and eight students 13 years ago, we have grown to 350 students, from kindergarten through junior high school. This is a tribute to the ad ministration and faculty of the school, as well as the countless men and women who have stood by the school to nurture it and help it grow." Binder said that "a high point of the Feb. 12 program will be a tribute to the members of the Mi ami Beach City Couucil for their sympathetic understanding of the Hebrew Academy's (rowing needs." Cohen is owner of the Rascal House restaurant, and is also brown for ais many civic and philanthro pic endeavors Proceeds of the dinner will go to the scholarship fund of the Acad emy io provide full or partial scholarships for more than 80 percent oi its 350 students. primaries, when predominantly Jewish precincts voted heavily for Adlai Stevenson against Estes Kelauver. although Sin. Kelauver had ; In far a friendlier attitude toward Israel and many Jewish causes than Gov. Stevenson. Indeed, Jews of various economic strata lend to vote in lines parallel to the general populace. When leaving the cities for the suburbs, they take on Republican tendencies. But this is not the principal objection to Mr. May. His argument that Jews should not be "overwhelmingly" identified with the Demo-1 cratic Party is no more valid than j to say Jews should not be in simi-) lar numbers identified with antidefamation activities, with philanhropic causes, with the United | Nations or UNICEF, with civil liberties organizations. And Mr. May goes a step further. He apparently not only would have Jews less identified with the Democrats, but more identified vith the Republicans, not because if that party's principals but merely to 'balance the scale." This is the same type of thinking that actually led some Jews to support Hitler in Germany until late in the '30's Jewish voters hasten to back Sen. Jacob JavHs, of New York, not because he is a member of the GOP, but because he is a good United States Senator. They might have supported Gov. Nelson Rocketeller in far greater numbers than Vice Presit nit Richard Nixon, who chooses to stay at restricted hotels again immediately after his defeat. I am certain that liberal Republicans wiii continue to draw the support of liberal Jews—and that very conservative Jews wi.l back Sen. Goldwater just as very conservative Christians do. President Kennedy's nnminr ; of cabinet members Ribicoff and Goldberg was based largely on the men's abilities, not their religion Col Jacob Arvey is a prominent member of the Democratic Natio%  ial Committee, not because he is Jewish, or can deliver the Jewish vote, but because he is a skilled politician and leader of men. All in all. Mr. May had better suggest that too many Jews arc identified with Zionism, and not enough with ihe American Council for Judaism. Or is that the very type of thinking he fights on the one hand, and proposes on the jther? FELICE P. SCHWARTZ Kendall Miami insurance men come forward to accept their assignments in the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal, following a fundiaising luncheon here. Harry Diamond (riqht), chairman of the Miami General and Life Insurance Division, is seen issuing CJA workers' kits to (left to riant' Theodore Levy, Robert Levir.e, Barrett Beckerman, and Paul Seiden. Klutznick Named UN Envoy By Special Report NEW YORK — Philip M. Klut? nick, general chairman of the 1961 United Jewish Appeal, was Wednes lay appoin'ed one of three deputiewith Ambassadorial rank to the United Nations by the new Kennedy Administration. The New York Times reported here that Mr. Klutznick. who is also nrcsident of the American Friends >f the Hebrew University, will bs ; vorking directly with U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Adlai E. Stevenson. The Kennedy appointment, according to the Times, comes as a consequence of the rising need for ( U .S. delegation liaison with the | rapidly-expanding membership of I .'he United Nations. Klutznick's jor will be as a speicialist in economic affairs. :•*<* %  • •*'-—-• ""> %  • %  Rogers Blasts Rockwell Party Continued Frettl Page 1-A nificant in terns of numbers. "The very name 'American Nazi Party' is sufficient warning to anyone contemplating the employment of a member of the group. It goes without saying that the Justice Department views this group with repugnance; it represents the very antithesis of all American traditions and American concepts of government. There is no doubt that this opinion is soared by other Federal officials as well as by all sensible Americans. "Under the present circumstances, 1 seriously doubt the advisability of having the United States pioceed against such a group in a pnlonge I hearing and thus giving It considerable publicity which it cannot otherwise obtain. "Such action would not be effective in terms ol curtailing the activities Of the group. Of course, whenever their activities involve a violation of'law, proper prosecutivc action Should be taken against the trouble makers, as has been done on Occasion in the past." Passover: 15th Nissan 5721 (April 1, 1961) Iducator to Speak Dr. Leu H. Silberman, director o! graduate Studies at Vanderbilt I'm lersity in Nashville. Tenn., will rep resent the Jewish Uhautauqua Sopiety as lecturer at the University Florida in Gainesville from Feb. 12 to 16. Dr. Silberman will par|cipate in the Religion-in-I.ife Week rogram to be held at the univerty. ,,: tr Two reasons why Spring is the most exciting time to fly to Israel Spring is when all of Israel takes on a holiday atmosphere. Passover and Independence Day fall within three weeks of each other. Billions of flowers take over the fields. The cities throb with excitement. The people are at their most joyous. Even history seems more meaningful. As you might have guessed, Spring is when EL AL is busiest. If you're planning a trip, make arrangements now. See your travel agent or EL AL Israel Airlines: 610 Fifth Ave.. N.Y. 20. Also Phila., Cleveland, pi II Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami and Montreal. ELL ML



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Page G-A fJenist flcridMann Friday, January 27. 1961 SEES JEWISH DELEGATION Morocco Solon Vows Hard Time for Trouble Makers RABAT. MOROCCO—(JTA>—Crown Prince Moulay Hassan, liberal Foreign Minister of Morocco, told a delegation of Jewish leaders who conferred with him here that personresponsible for anti-Jewish actin Morocco would be "severely punished.'* Pledging that measures will be t. ten "to restore the situation to normality."' with regard to treatment of Moroccan Jews, the Crown Prince told the Jewish leaders thai i he "regretted" the various anti .)< wish incidents that occurred here 1 < i ently. The Jewish delegation was headed by Meyer Obadia, president of i the Moroccan Jewish community, aid included Grand Rabbi Danan, as well as Dr. Leon Ben7.10.uen.. formerly a member of the Moroccan cabinet. The Crown Pr'nce had a number of incidents, which took place particularly durirg the recent visit to Morocco of United Arab Republic President Carnal Abdel Nasser. Also a few days ago, Casablanca police cordoned off a sector of the city inhabited almcst exclusively by Jews, arresting about 100 Jew*. Those arrested were released aPer being detained by the police for about 24 hours. Reports reaching Paris from with him. during the conference. Casablanca state that a boycott Minister of the Interior M'barck! against Jewish wholesalers has B kkai. started in Morocco as a result of the : Arab "summit conference" which The Jewish delegation had proi 00 k place there with the participatested to the Crown Prince against tion of p res ident Nasser. The conference had adopted a boycott resolution against Israel. Nothing w.is mentioned about boycotting Jews in j Morocco. About 300 Jewish wholesale merchants in the Moslem district of' Derb Omar are reported from Casablanca to be "in a desperate situ-; ation" as a result of the boycott Fear is expressed the boycott will spread and will he accompanied by increased anti-Jewish propaganda on the part of extremists. ("The fate of the Moroccan Jews and their desperate situation should be of concern to the entire world." | the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung I (declared in an editorial last week/ Depicting the plight of Moroccan j | Jewry and refusal by the authorities to permit them to emigrate to Israel, the leading West German < paper said: "Morocco may consider j the problem a political one: but. outside the Arab world, only prin-' ciples of humanity should be ap plied.') Young Judeans meet Tuesday nights at Temple Ner Tamid. New group for fifth and sixth grades was launched at the Temple recently. Bottom (left to right) are Susan Cohen. Carolyn Kaufman, Howard Green. Kathy Fineman. Second row are Susan Lipman, Stevent Steinhardt, Steven Mankes, Ronnie Meisner, David Lack. Third row ate Mvra Marks, M'Liss Regent, Alex Woolf. Judy Glasberg, Linda Saben. 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. They take a beautiful WATERFRONT LOT, big, too, and build me on it. I'm a FINE house. I've got EVERYTHING. I'll stay young for years and years. Yet those GOLDEN ISLES folks are selling me for JUST COST! I know I'm worth more, and you'll know that, too, when you see me. So, please come out and look me over. 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In the second half of the training period, there is an opportunity to earn while learning Interested persons who arc able to stand and move about at work, lift up to 50 pounds, and cm handle small objects, should contact Goodwill Industries, 1130 NW 22nd St.. Miami. NEW! NOWI FREE! The 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar (new edition) that now pives you every Hebrew date and day of the week from October 1940 to September 1964. Also every Jewish holiday till 1970. Continued from Page 1-A tolerated the traitorous acts of Jews and Communists." Dr. McCaffrey said that the ADL study appeared to be "very objective, very searching" and that it. merited "a great deal of attention" in the book publishing industry, i The ADL study established that the treatment of Jews in the textbooks continued to suffer from overemphasis on their ancient past at the expense of their status today. "Much space.is given both to democracy's heritage from the ancient Hebrews and to the progress of the state of Israel But most texts fail to present a varied, true-to-life picture of Jews in, America today." the report said. "Only a few do an adequate job of highlighting past and present! participation by Americans of Jewish faith in the many phases of our national life. "Textbooks accounts of the crucifixion, though seldom linking Jews to this event in the harmful manner of older books, continue to be too superficial to help dispel misconceptions that may underlie some feelings of anti-Semitism," the ADL study emphasized. The ADL also found that Nazi persecutions of minority groups are inadequately treated "About one-third of the books examined omit the topic entirely." the report -ays "In fact more than threequarters of them slight or minimize what the Nazis did to their victims. Several texts on world history, however, contained excellent material on some aspect of the problem: usually Hitler's racist theories, the identity, both Jewish and non-Jewish, of his victims, or the sucessive stages of brutality that culminated in ma murderseldom the number of victims, of the international reaction and consequences of the Nazi assault oa innocent people Pictorial illustration of this topic is very seldom included Taken as a whole, only one fully satisfactory account waj found Judea School Reveals Openings Temple Judea announces a few openings in the daily nursery kn dergaitsn school for the new -ernes ter starting Feb. 1. Children who were three years old by Jan 1 through kindergarten age are eligible Program includes music, dancing, arts and crafts, dramatic play, story telling, and field tripA morning session is offered, and transportation iavailable. 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1 Friday, January 27, 1961 vJenisfi ttcridSan Page 7-A Our Valentine to You FROM THE COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE The Premiere Appearance of The Incomparable Mr. Menask Skulnik ii In The Theatre Guild Production of The 49th Cousin II DIRECT FROM BROADWAY! Opening Tuesday Feb. 14th Thru Sunday Feb. 26th! LEONARD SPIEGELGLASS CAROLINE FRANK and FLORENCE LOWE AND DON'T MISS: "THE GAZEBO" starring Robert Q. Lewis, Tonight thru Feb. 5 THE ROBERTO IGLESIAS BALLET ESPANOL Feb. 7 thru Feb. 12 A CURRENT BROADWAY HIT to be Announced, Mar. 7 thru Mar. 12 "THE WOMEN" by Clare Booth luce, Feb. 28 thru Mar. 5 "LOVE AND DEATH" by Ernest Hemingway, Mar. 14 thru Mar. 19 Special Consideration For Theatre Parties of Group Organizations — Call HI 5-2581 AIM ORDERS ARE EASY USE THIS HANDY FORM! PLEASE SEND ME THE FOLLOWING TICKETS: TICKETS at $ TICKETS at J TICKETS at $ TICKETS at$ PRICE SCALE TAX INCl. Rows 1-12 SCHEDULE OF PRICES Opening Night t S.I Ev.. 8 30 P.M $5.75 Other Eve*. 8 30 PM. $4.75 Matinees Wed 8 Sat 1:30 P.M. $3.00 Rows 13-19 4.75 3.75 2.00 Rows 20-24 3.75 2.75 2.00 Special Winter Season Theatre Party Discounts! Phone HI 5-2581 PLEASE MAIL TICKETS TO: NAME ADDRESS' CITY EACH FOR (Show and Date) EACH FOR (Show and Date) EACH FOR Mai Eve. Mat. Eve. Mai. (Show and Date) EACH FOR (Show and Dale) OR MONEY ORDER FOR S Eve Mel. Eve. STATE %  • % % % %  --••• % 



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Page 8-A ^Jenisti nrrSditcam Friday, January 27, 1961 Shunned Political Party May Respond in Kind Continued from Page 7-A tually all Jews arc for a fairer immigration policy, and one can unequivocally say a more traditional American attitude. Many feel that the Republican administration should have worked harder for liberalization; yet lew seem to realize that the present restrictive legislation was enacted by a Democratic Congress and that the acl itself I oars the name of two Democras — McCarren and Walter i >nce a fain how few Jews know thai during the eight years ol thi r Adminifim %  to Israel %  illed the amount n to l.-i. the UJA and •xcei e of Israel Bonds fi r thai period! An imbalance of over 80 percent Democratic simply tends to givi to the Jew a distorted viewpoint .'i party merit. With a Jewish press as already mentioned entirely pro Democratic, what other results can be expected? Certainly much of our basic data must come from Jewish journals; Ihe general press on a nationwide basis devotes scant attention to specific Jewish items. Under present circumstances, a balanced view of both parties is not available through American Jewish sources. In this connection, it should be mentioned that in Israel, with the perspective of distance, a fairer appraisal is possible: that Israelis and Israeli newspapers were not by any means all out for the Democratic Party. As a footnote to this, in the last camnaign. proJVixon statements from Israel, put one bit more evidence of the danger of unilateral party adherence. The upshot of belonging for keeps to one party is to produce ior the group so committed polilical impotence; the party that owns you takes you for granted, the other party writes you off as aifording no potential. Two llrationa may clarifythi.s political axiom, one we shall take from I and; the other from the tinted States In England, the Jew apparen !\ belongs to the Labor iSociali-t") th< 3am< ratio as Ihe American .1. w does to the Democratic. In any case, there are now 22 Jews in the House of Commons; 20 are Labor and two Conservatives — this in spite of the overwhelming victory of the Conservatives in the last British i lection. Can one say that the British Jew has received a reward tor his loyally'.' Let us recall Attlee and Bevin; the latter was the nearest thing Britain has produced to an anti-Semite in recent history. What about Suez just four years O? Labor took a most pronounced stand against Kden; it was a decisive factor in undoing joint effort of England. France, and Israel to remove 11 power .i foe Of the West and oi democracy and. as is usually the c.isc. an enemy of the Jew. -No, the British Jew simply belongs to the Labor Party. The 10-1 Labor representation just cited shows clearly that Jewish voters did not resent the Labor Party s action on Suez, or if they did, could do nothing about it, since it was their own party which was the offender. In the I'nited States, the Negro furnishes an excellent illustration of how being owned by one party renders the group innocuous. For two generations after the Civil War, the Negro voter was Republican. He really had no where else to go. The Democratic Party in the South had for its slogan "The Democratic is t h e White Mans Party." The Northern wing could not for many years really disassociate itself from the Solid South; for without that firm base there, would have been but little left of the party. So the Negro voted Republican where he could vote. The Republican gave him but formal notice; the Democrats ignored him. Gradually, more Negroes moved North; the Northern Democrat began to be aware of his presence. Roosevelt, in particular made, as we have noted, a strong plea to minorities including the Negro. The N.LTO caught on, and for the first time, his vote was available. As hivote was .-ought, the parties legan to consider the Negro's bilities and to take some toward amelioration. Since the Negro has become Beach League Installs Officers Mia i Bi irt s League „l j n .: %  ••• 1 Merman A. 1 1 %  • %  il tie i and %  • %  lh< rb i % %  i program, "This i V iur Lift Mrs Alber Pi mas barles Hall installed the I emeritus: eld. pn .lent; Aloe, Bertha I K ;• sch> is Siege! and Harry L. W< bb. presidents; Gustave Preei executive secretary; Danit-1 M. treasurer; Ruth Freeman, ordinj secretary; William 11 responding secrets y; • Lenore Hauer, financial si e tarj l Diversity <.f Miami musical i singi rs directed by Ladis'aa Viado, presented highlights from %  D ie Fledermaus." by j 0 h in Strauss. Included in the cast were Susan Dringar. Linda Robil Ann ( ngelo, Gabriel DoneBill Eastham and John Ireland Business Forecast At Men's Dinner Economic forecasts, bo'h local end national, will he m the wind V %  : '' toan* • ii as Prophets ol Prosperity Gloi n" at the 1 mple Bmanu El Brothe h -' forum 1 Dale S. Ren; ult, bus nets ed < %  .Miami Beach Sun; Jai Knbasini •. the Mii I Herald; Sam i< l Si Itzi r, pr< r,t of the Mercantile \.ional Bank Miami Beach; and L. Spe ti r IM Capi %  ; The dinner id forum, 'o take place in Sirkio p m .. Is undi r thi [rt • 1 I I, : i n t i low. AUGUST BROS RVT? ** %  Is the BtSTt Variety Theatre 6th & Washington Ave. MIAMI BfACH. FIA. JE 4-2062 Now Showing CONTINUOUS py-v day .-if ? 00 P M Yio^ish aiage Show & Pictu:es with Celebrated Yiddish Stars FRIIDfll OVSHH MARYUN MICHAE'S SSVMC7 REX!!-: M ,o AM K RErN ROSE GREENf.'ELD & JACOB JACOBS > ^ H ^ • o • I lflC > — ON THE SCRcEN MOISHE OVSHER & MICHAEl ROSENBERG 'N "THE CANTOR'S SON" Mat.50? Eve $1.00 MORTIKCR MAY Mortimer May %  • t i rme\ president o\ the Zionist Or^anifation of America. A renou rxed \eedei on tl c national Jewish scene he wot among principle personalities >>i the Committee for Nixon-Lodge. Mr May n d noted Republican, and iti this concluding article <•/ a ttoo'pari series pubhsl <,'. exclusively m Tht Jewish I %  d i i. I i i .. • -<" i: poetical counsel t<> the American I community which thould prove novel anil ru : oeative. two-sided, we have witnessed abolition of segregation in the armed services, in public transportation, and the decision of the Supreme Court abolishing it in the schools. Two civil rights laws have been enacted by Congress, the first since Reconstruction. In the campaign just concluded, the parties vied with each other in favorable platform planks. The Democrats in particular disregarded the South, risked losing Solid South votes, to win the support ol liberals and Negroes in the North All the Negroes" political advance may not be due to his political reorientation; some in part is the "Zeitgeist," but had the Negro remained almosl tot lly bound up in one party, his progress would have been greatly retari d The two party system has worked well in the I'nited States The American brand in particular iffers om all others in thai by and large il has nol ti I ups and ide< logies in one pa*".-; each parly, we have noted, hahad its liberal and conservatives and reactionaries, in legisis ivi ha Is, 'he representatives are not botud to follow a party line: th re is a sense Ol discipline. but unlike most other parlia me.T.s. there is no coercion. The American Jew. who now finds himself the most imbalanced.should give serious thought to the fundamentals of the American political scene. He should ; ^k himself first of all if by his own commitment he does not stand athwart the ethos of our political \say of life; if he is not contributing by the solidarity of his vote to an alteration of the political system, a change which would commit groups and ldeologies into solid adherence to one or the other party, and thereby to destroy the principle of the concurrent majority. Moreover, the risk Is real that if the Jew continues 80p!u percent Democratic, if he treats the Republican Party as an antagonist, the party may respond in kind, a conseouence that would be most unfortunate for Jewish well-being. Political wisdom in a demoraey like ours dictates that an inindividual or a group must be available in the sense that cither party can by its actions, its policies, • its leadership, its platforms win or lose support. It is* this that keeps the politicans sensitive to public opinion. Without any doubt, there la a preponderant number in both parties who vote, always one way without variation, an inert and ineffective factor. We have, however, a small group who think and weigh issues and candidates. Since most eleclions are determined by a swing ol a few percentage points, these thoughtful ami available few bulk large and most often decide who shall be the winner. To be in a position to reward by your vote the candidate a n d principle in which you believe, or or. the eontrary to rebuke those you oppose, is nol only political sagacity, it ialso the basic element in polk tical strength, in the constellation of t h e American political Structure, a constant Jewish vote of overwhelming proportions for the Democratic Party year after year produces political impotence Scripture admonishes. "Put not thy trust in princes." One might for our time substitute party for princes. George Washington warned of the dangers of partisanship. Heeding two. such eminent counsels, should not the American Jew. now that the fact of his extraordinary adherence to the Democratic Party is well established, seriously ponder his political position? He will. I feel sure, find that such an almost total commitment is not warranted by the merits of the party, nor does it represent political wisdom. A full discussion. V J>F3 Introducing SHOSHANA OAMARI ISRAEL'S GREATEST SINGING STAR in her First Dramatic Role IN COLOR An exciting episode in the drama of how ISRAEL became a Stare *ISRAEL'S NATIONAL ANTHEM Mow Playing IN MIAMI SIACH ON IINCOIN tOAD MAlt OPENS 12:00 English Subtitles i



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Friday. January 27, 1961 +JmtS§> Ffrriciifor} Page 9-A Gurion Settles Battle; Cabinet Crisis Hurdled Continued from Page 1 A tec. The Cabinet "took note" of I the new Ren-Gurion letter— and the | crisis was resolved. But while the Cabinet crisis is j now over, the Prime Minister still faces a fight inside his own Mapai | party on his demand that Mr. Lavon eiihcr resign from the secretarygeneralship of Histadrut, or be tired from that post as chief executive i t Israel's Federation ul Labor The Mapai cris:> sharpened last j week after Mr. Lavon >ent a lettei | to each member Ol the Mapai retariat, criticizing .: decision to set i up a party committee to examine the Lavon case. The Mapai com mittee was to probe into statements on the 1054 "security mishap' made by Mr. Lavon before the Se A new group for teen-agers, 14 curity and Foreign Allans Commit to 18 years old. has been formed at (tee on the Knesset. Israel's I'arlia Knesseth Israel Congregation in mc nt. New Teen-Age Group Formed 5 Affiliation with the National Conference of Synagogue Youth. New officers are Benny Fields, president; Steve Bernstein, vice] president; Charles Koch, treasurer; Abe Einhaber, recording secretary; Daniel Shain. correspond-, inc. secretary. Activities include bowling, carnivals, movies and picnics. Leader of the group is Rabbi Jerry Chirnnmas. director of the Accused of violating a party deFormer UPI Man Forms Ad Firm Ronald Levitt, former Florida United Press International correspondent and advertising-public relations executive, has announced the formation of his own public Southeast"'rcgioTn'of NCSY. Meet-! relations firm with offices at 623 Inga are held at Kncseth Israel, j Bnekell ave. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Chamber Board Picks Glukstad Board of directors of the Miaminarie County Chamber of Commerce international affairs department has elected a new slate of ofi;cers. Sig M. C.luk;ad. president of United Forward-"* trs Service, has been elected president. Frank C.atteri.J \ ice president! lor Latin Ameri-" can sales of the Service Machinery DO first vice president Benjamin R. Atkins assistant i iab ct sales manager of Pan Amer i an World Airways, is i nd '.i. pre:id< nt i Ir.; : al affairs department ;l the Chamber has a member-j } hip ol 900 Next IAD meeting is a lunch'', n ;it the Dupont Plaza hotel on Wednesday. GIUKSTAO Corporation is The firm will have a department specializing in shopping center and real estate development, in addition to its general public relations counselling services to business. Levitt was with the United Press from 1954 to 1957, and since that time has been associated as news director and accounts supervisor with a local advertising and a public relations firm. He was graduated from the University ol Miami, where he was winner of the outstanding freshman award in 1949. An editor of the Miami Hurricane, be also served as chancellor of Tan Epsilon Phi social fraternity, and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa. He has been a resident of Dade county for nearly 20 years During the Korean War. he served In the Navy .1public re lations director in Europe, Africa, South America and the Far East. While In the Navy, he won the Departmenl ol Defense Award in 1953 for editing the b< si overseas milipublication. Levitt, his Wife, Geraldine, and their two children reside at 7890 SW 17 St., Miami. cision enjoining all parties to Ihe dispute to maintain "a truce of silence," Lavon said after sending his letter that he was merely criticizing the decision for a new probe. That decision, he held, was taken only in response to "pressure" caused by a previous statement issued bv Ben-Gurion. So far, the Mapai investigating committee has not materialized Two of the Cabinet members named by Mapai to that committee —Foreign Mil ister (Hilda Meir am. Minister of Police Behor Shitreet have refused to serve on that committee. Mr. Shitreet, who had been a member of the ministerial committee that exonerated Mr. Lavon HI Dee. 25, said his views on the entire alfair are "well known." Mrs Meir said her ministry's duties occupy so much of her time she will not be able to devote her efforts lo the work of such a committee. The Mapai secretariat was to meet on the issue again Tuesday.: with several members of the secrctariat known to be demanding; '"strongest steps" against Lavon for j his latest letter. Mr. Lavon has made it clear — first in the letter which he wrote last week to the members of the Mapai secretariat, then in an inter-1 view last weekend — that he will not resign. "If the party decides. it has no conlidence in me," he staled, "that is a different matter. But I am not going to resign." His opposition to the piopescd j Mapai probe, the Histadrut oflicial declared, is based on hi; feeling that it would be "onesided." Furthermore, he Insisted, the probe would be held "at pistol point." since Mr. Ben (Jurion had insisted that the investigation be finished in three weeks. "1 am ready for any investigation," he said, "but not lor a one-sided one to appease the Premier." [ magnificent FIRST RACE 8:15 PM. MIAMI Kennel Club TWO SHOWS DAILY • 2:00-8:30 P.MT]PNICE SCHEDULE EVCtMen. thru Thwr. S3 00. $2 SO. t?2S. $1 75— EVtS. Frl.,Sit., Sun S Holt. S3 SO. $3 00. $2 50. $1.95— MATS. Mon. thru Fit $2 25. $1 75. $1 ~ RUTS. Sat. Sun. S Hols. $2 50. $1 95. $1 50 IICLUSIVf UMMEMtmr callerta MVMt ALL SEATS RESERVED. PHONE Wl 5-7523 Unlimited Free Parking 1245 N.E. \Uti SUMt A*r*AU 163=Si She buf a sense of shame SURF ', AVI AT MM I Open 1:45 ELIZABETH TAYLOR COLOR BUTTERFIELD Mcu/fozur o+u/ Scout e£ TO MaWW ****** SOUTH AtMfMI Open 6:45 WINNER Mmw York Film Critics A ward BEST FOREIGN FILM OF I960' Hiroshima..."" Mon Amour NOT FO* Broad to Speak At CJA Kick-Off Shepard froad, Mayor ol Bay Harbor Islands, and a noted figure in local and national Jewish affairs, will be speaker at the Combined Jewish Appeal kick off i. akfast for this community this Sunday at to am Leading citizens of Bay Harbor have been invited to hear the Mapeak at the home of Norman A. Arkin, !)425 W. Broadview dr.. and to outline campaign plans for 1981, Arkin is chairman of the, Bay Harbor Residents' Division. Co-chairmen are Jack Gaines, Ro-1 berl Krinzman and George L. Sogg. Broad has been chairman.of the j !'.: \ Initial Gifts Division, and is currently a trustee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and; member of the board of governors, i He was first president and ai founder of the Miami Reach ZlO-j nist District, and has participated in many Jewish philanthropies. : Broad was developer of the Bay i Harbor Islands community in 1947. .Hid has served eleven consecutive I terms as mayor Assisting Arkin are Sidney An.-in. ; Sam Botway. Louis Bresler. Charles i er, Bert Haft, Tom Kravitz, Jerry M. Lelchuk, Morris l Minov,| Sam Pollock. Saul Strachman and j ti winsen. f(@aKruTH?3l3L^§ ~r GUEST STARS IN THE BIG WCNB!KfUL ITOr.Y — NOW CONTINUOUS — STARTING AT 2:13 PM. DAILY SHOWS: 215 530 • 8:45 PM. M.its. "til 5:30—$1.50: Sat.-Sun.-Hoi.-$1 99 fcve-i. from 0:30 $1.99: Sat.-Sun.-Hol.-S2.50 LiHCOLN THEATRE SS9 LINCOLN ROAD MALL JE 2-5556 @BEKSMB>F^SS3SS]B pr; '( %  ) *(* jr Tali Take the Glass Elevator 10 the luoni toiuer St TO THt V SMOKY MOTH. 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Page 10-A fJknist fkrSdiati Friday. January 27, 1961 Police Terrorize Jewish Community of Morocco PARIS—(JTA>—A dossier showing Moroccan police inaltreutmer.' of at leas! 2.000 Jews in the las) fortnight wSs ha'ndcii In Morocco to" that country's Crown Prince ami Foreign Minister. Moulay Hassan. •ceording to reports from Morocco reachiri? Paris. The lile was given to the Crown Print t, pno is known lor his rela lively liberal, pro-Jew ish senli .meats, by a datfgatitn a^gadinu, Moroccan citizens of the Jev ish faith. The dossier showed that about 2.000 Jews were ai rested. some of them being detained and in .terrogated for as long as 48 hours. i Testimonial Dinner Will Honor Long-Time Miami Leader and Fashionwear Exec. Testimonial dinner in honor of Nat Roth, pioneer Miamian, will be held Saturday evening, Feb. 4, in the Coronation room of the Barie!ono hotel. The dinner will honor Roth for his many years of activity in behalf of the welfare ol salesmen and retailers" in the fashionwear industry. Roth is a founder and former president of the National Assn. of Women's and Children's Apparel Salesmen. He has been president of t.-e Florida Fashion Mart for the past 24 years, from which office he recently retired. He is also the "father" of the Benevolent Auxiliary of the National Assn. of Women's and Children's Apparel Salesmen and its Retirement Home chairman. Over the years. Roth has been active in behalf of the Jewish War Veterans, whose Florida Department he helped establish. Temple Israel, and the Mahi Shrine Legion Honor. The committee in charge of the j Harold Kufeld. Ralph Levy. Al Feb -4 testimonial dinner includes Schwartz, Al Stevens, and Ralph Len Coleman, Charles L. Jacobi, Turner. NAT ROTH The Jewish leaders also complained about the recent rise in kidnaping* of young Jewish girls who are abducted by agents for rich Moslems. Despite repeated complaints, the Jews told the Crown Prince, Jewish girls, some of them only 13 and 14 years eld, are being kidnaped, forcibly converted re Mohammedanism, then installed in the harems owned by wealthy Moroccan Moslems. Police authorities have refused to take any action toward tracing the whereabouts of these Jewish girls, the leaders complained. The leaders meeting with the Crown Prince are understood to have avoided mentioning the incident of the ship. *he Price which capsized in the Mediterranean with the lo.-s of 43 Jewish men. women and children en route from Melilla, Spanish Morocco to Gibraltar 01 'the 22 bodies recovered after the tragedy, only five have thus in been identified, according to the Moroccan reports, and efforts .in being continued by the Chief Rabbi of Tetuan and by the Jewish community there to identify the remainder of the corpses. Those id'. tified have been interred in the Jew ish cemetery at Alhucemas. Arrests of Moroccan Jews have continued systematically since the African summit conference in Cast blanca. and both children and eldei ly Jews have been imprisoned and beaten, it was reported here. The arrests began with the arrival oi President Nasser of the United Arab Republic for the conference. Moroccan Jews were reported viewing the future with apprehenthe city governor should not be listened to. They should be brought before competent courts and charged with sedition and crimes j against the state." The Moroccan i: wspapers. according to the Rabat dispatch governor of the city to protest thc ( .. 5rhwt no tears fof the-drowned arrests, and which received a prom j ews p 0 j n tj n g out that "the sion. The Casablanca Jewish com inanity, which met once with the ise of action on the matter, was contemplating another meeting Some of the Casablanca Jewish leaders were reported considering authorities have allowed deo i burial for the dead. the newpapers charge tha: the Jews of Morocco wore "mourning black a proposal to set up a strong deleand 0 ff ore( j pra yers in their n/nagation to visit the Royal Palace at l g ogues for i srae r whi i e Unit.d Rabat with a demand for an Midi-Ural) Republic President Nas-. ence with King Mohammed V and was jn Casablanca recently, attea request for protection for the Jew ing the African summit conferene. ish population. Moroccan Jewish leaders are quoOne positive development was the tc <* by the Sunday Observer as Bayrelease of Rabbi M. Wrechner. di In § the charge is a ludicrous inIrector of the NeveCbalom Yeshiva, vention." a Swiss national who was stressed Public opinion in Paris sharply along with a group of yeshiva stucondemns the Moroccan goveri dents. Rabbi Wrechner refused to ment for "inhuman" treatment I sign a polce declaration that he had lews, forcing them to resort to not been ill-treated, and Ihe Swiss leaving the COUntr) in a mannu consul reportedly planned to take which resulted In the perishing i the matter further. Ii was reliably IS .lews on the small boat Price, in 'reported that Rabbi Wrechner and MediterraneanwatCSS. the ten students were subjected to T u e||tfr# prc ^ ni a „, w „ n ( damnation Morocco's restriction a against Jewish emigration, the country's discriminations again-' lews m the Kingdom, and Morocco's cancellation of postal commu; ications bet we 1 n Mi rocco and Isra> I under the pressure of the Arab League. French political circles and public opinion are particularly outraged by the communique IssUi last week, following the Price tra. torture. "Violent anti-Jewish outbursts" have broken out in the Moroccan nationalist press, following th Price tragedy, in wjiich 43 Jewish people were drowr.ed in high Mediterranean seas, the Sunday Observer in London reports from Rabat. According to the London news paper, the semi-official Rabat daily Al Fair, has started attacks against ,dy. by the Arab Magreb Press. In "Zionists whom it accuses of or that announcement, the newspape ganizing illegal immigration \+> Is here point out. "the Maghreb Pre?-, rael. Another Moroccan newspaper, without a word of regret for tin the pro-government daily, Al Alam.*|casualties, raises further the hois reported as saying: "The Jewish tility against the Moroccan Jewleaders who have complained to and against "Zionism" Chaim Greenberg Branch Meeting On Friday, Feb. 24. at 1:30 p.m.. the Brandeii University National \\' men's Committee of Greater Miami chapter will hold its second annual bonus book review Mrs. Joseph Duntov. vice presi denl ot book fund, has announced the review will be held at the home c; Mrs. Sol C. Shave. 1300 Biscay a dr.. Surfside Featured will be "Felix Frankfurter Reminisces." Mr-. Dorothy Krieger Fink will speak. Tea will be served. Those who have contributed a book to the Brandt-is Library since Fell 20. i960, or will do so on or before Feb 24, 1961, are invited to attend. Co-chairmen of book fun.! are Mrs. Donald Rubin. Mrs. Rauph Spero, and Mrs. Harold Thruman. Mrs Solomon Margolis. president of the Greater Miami chapter of Brandeis Women, said' that Brandeis University Library is supported and maintained by Brandeis Women all over the nation. Hemophilia Group Meeting Miami Beach Auxiliary of the Greater Miami Hemophilia Organ ization. will meet Thursday noon. Feb. 2. at the Bel Aire hotel. WHEN YOU THINK OF WATER DIAL FR 1-6688 WE DELIVER BY THE CASE. 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Friday. January 27, 1961 fJenist r/vr/rafifttf Local manufacturers who will serve in the Combined Jewish Appeal Manufacturers and Transport Division this year are shown meeting at the offices of chairman Robert Russell. Fundraising kick-off took place on Tuesday at a dinner at Miami Springs Villas. Arrangements committee members were (left to right) Milton .Margulis, Martin Lodge, Lee Lebow and Aithur Langsam. Seminary Heads Meet at Diplomat The first national conference on the national enrollment plan of the Jewish Theological Seminary of %  "America will be held at the Diplo mat hotel in Hallandale. on Sunday, according to Jacor^ Stein, national Chairman of the plan. Dr. Max Arzt vice chancellor of the Seminary, will be Sliest of honor. Presidents and hoard members Of Conservative congregations in ———^—^————^—^—^—^— Dr. Wolfson in Talk &f 'Aristotle—Greatest of the Greek Philosophers" was to be the topic cf a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. fcctor of the Spinoza Outdoor im. on Thursday. 9 a.m.. at the st. beach before the Athletic ^up of the Miami Beach RecreDepartment. the I'nited States will attend the conference to discuss implementation of the plan, which involves congregational enrollment in the effort to provide basic financial support for the Seminars Stein, a resident of Great Neck. L.I.. is a lay leader m the Conservative movement. He will speak at the conference and coordinate the discussion groups and orientation meetings The central institution of more than 700 Conservative synagogue* in the United States and Canada the Seminary, through its natbnai enrollment plan, is endeavoring to i raise S3.000.000 aassured annual income from the 300.000 member families in order to meet increasing communal demands for religious, cultural and educational leadership and programming. 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Page 12-A fJewisti fhrBdiari Friday, January 27. l%\ i %  — Your CIA Leaders: 1960-61 MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY SHEPARD BROAD: No. 25 in a Scries. The meaning of Tzedekah becomes illuminated a n d crystal clear when explained by a scholar of the Talmud. On Sunday morning. Shepard Broad will meet with Bay Harbor's top citizens at thi' home of Norman Arkin to launch the CJA campaign in this community. To his neighbors, a n d friends. Shepard Broad will speak of personal responsibility, and what the Jew ol 1961 owes to his fellow man in need, and to the newcomer in Israel. The role of leadership is not new to Broad, whether it be in business, government, or the community which he •helped to develop. Through his efforts, a desolate area of mangrove swamp was converted into the model thriving community of Bay Harbor Islands. In May. 1957. he was unanSHEPARD BROAD imously elected .Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands for the 11th consecutive term. He was the moving spirit behind ^planning and construction of Broad Causeway, named in his honor In 1951. he was selected North Dade's "Most Outstanding Citizen" in recognition of his civic, relitjious. and philanthropic %  endeavors In the top echelon of the Combined Jewish Appeal several years ago, he demonstrated his flair for leadership as chairman of the important Initial (lifts Division. Broad is a trustee of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed eration and a member of the board of governor^ He has been chairman of the annual Brotherhood Dinner of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. was first president and a founder of the Miami Beach Zionist District, and is past president of his Masonic Lodge. Hell help advance ihe 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal because Shepard Broad is the kind of man who works for the betterment of his people and his community. JNF Memorial Set For Daniel Broad Memorial tribute will be con-. Jocted for the la re--enl!y. The tribute is schedule! tcr Wed :ie?day evening. Feb. 1. at the For. mnebleau hotel Rabbi Mayer Abran:o".\ it \ ; ; dent of the Comic I. .-. i I lh rving Lehi man will -p">;; i !".• half of Temple Emami-KM. where Mr. Broad was a long time member. Rabbi Alexander Groffs will repre sent the Hebrew Academy Al Sherman, president of the Ml ami Beach Zionist District, will speak on behalf of the ZOA. Zei IX. Kogan. director of the JN1 Council here, will also be program. on the Cantor Hirsch Adler. of Temple 2manu El. will chant the m< liturgy. Mrs. Gershon S. Mil • r will presetn selected dramatic re UJA to Launch $72,740,000 Drive Here Continued from Page 1 A jects. and trades and skills for later civilian use. At the conference, hundreds nf representatives of communities in the United States will welcome to leadership Philip If. Klutznick. newly-elected general chairman ol REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Whole sale I Retail ISRAELI GlfTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 the United Jewish Appeal. Klutznick. a former Federal Housing Commissioner under President.Roosevelt and Truman, is a past national and international president ot B'nai B'rith and chairman of il^ International Council. Representatives at the conferjence will announce individual big i gifts, as well as advance gifts from communities throughout the country to launch the 1961 nationwide drive. Albert A. Levin, of Cleveland, a national chairman of the UJA, Rabbi Wanted for steady position. Must be an all-around man. Modern Orthodox or Conservative, for 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 Cantor Jacob Will Officiate Cantor David Jacob, ol Congregation Beth Jacob. Baltimore, Md will conduct services Saturday. 8:30 a m.. at Beth El Congregation. lie will also give a concert on Sunday evening. 8 p.m.. at Beth El. Cantor Jacob was born in Rumania, and is a former student of the Peabody Conservatory at Baltimore, and a noted concert and recording artist. Tickets are available at Beth El. is serving as conference chairman. United Jewish Appeal is the major American agency aiding immi ; grants to Israel and refugee; and 1 distressed Jews overseas. UJA aid I programs .are carried out, by its three member agencies: the United i Israel Appeal, which helps to rejceive. settle and absorb immigrants to Israel, where it conducts a special welfare program for aged anJ jhandicapped immigrants: and the New York Assn. for New Americans, which assists Jewish refugees to the United States. The United Hias Service, which provides I w the resettlement of Jewish rein i to countries other than Israel, also benefits from the I'J K campaign. 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'riday, January 27, 1961 fJtnisii FkradHaikV Page 13-A (" • TALES OF MORALS j tne famous CftSssidic Riibbi. as he {u\.~ :-i .'f miL: (i/ pn o/ his jourInev.s /J,stopped t;t an inn to /i>iW *ie night. 'V mi"i: I ; dfttf'te'cirtrtjj his he prepared u< leave, and I i 'if out to board Ins coach 'ate a Jewish coachman wearing LXAJI:> and Tcjiilsn. mumbling '"•* i\rr. and greasing the wheels of te coach. The men who accompanied 1 the tbhi were shocked. Theft facet med ted with anger, and the} Bl .' intM ctives at the i in"* lack, of respect. Hut Rabbi •n YitshflJ^ i.r.^ed lux eyes he-aim %  I eclain cd, HeavcnlU U u'hdl ivonuYr/uJ |eu h'. fe ,-.'<• .i'f. %  mbei | I a :,i uttf f 1 M 6 pinr %  if. It (j i I <& OL "KcaL OfJtti lami s c KJk QflOUS Xifc u tew C__OIN creation 0. nnj25_LLLL2! trarooa nnas? %  > • T I I t Judaism is Ancient Faith Of Serious, Mature Mind By RABBI AfcAX ZUCKER Dade Heights Jewish Congregation '"A long life, a short life — what's he difference? A lite of beamy! -o spoke the author Nordau in 1905. Jut. alas! What makes a life of -eauty? Our ancestorknew how to create eauty in life by making life worthwhile. Our great teacher and m iser. Moses, was i convince l oi the vorthwhileness oi life thai i ven ifter having lived 120 years he (leaded with God for an i xtei sion if his lease on life. Our people, as a whole. hat ways loved life, though it had rarely teen a bed of rosefor them, and :onsisted mostly oi one encounter liter another in a hostile world. Even though the average Jew looked upon the history oi his people as one of everlasting martyrdom and hideous suffering, he nevertheless loved life, because life was beautiful and it was beautiful because it was made worthwhile. The lives of our people were endowed with exalted purposes and high ideals, and they constanly strove to become a kingdom of priests and a holy nation. RABBI MAX Zt/CKER .. emulating the past 1 The task that faces us today as modern Jews is to emulate our anV'.7 'WJT I? t cestors by striving to become once again the sacred being who brought n tn .' _.„.---. fTH d0wn from neaven ,ne everlasting fire, and with it illumine our lives. 1 Of-•*"* 1B V* u '-We must again become the emblem of eternity by making of Judaism npi n^MS 1 ? IDErT *19X a Durn n 8 f a tn a "d a true lamp at our feet. We must add reverence and Srr-t ': if : T•••-: compassion to our existence by recognizing the fact that God's world is "VIX78J ni"l3in "l*?^? %  P* rfect and ,n t OUT very lives are part of this perfection — even our "I broken dreams and our tear-stained hopes. naV? I-IDS" 1 TQ^nn i ...... T '... Judaism is the faith of a serious, mature mind; and if it is to be n^B?*?! 10nn I the source through which beauty and worthwhileness is to come into our lives, its demands cannot be met by mere casual procedures selected at the whim of the individual Jew. Our faith must bespeak the effort and willingness to perpetuate the ways of of our fathers. We must struggle constantly to become masters of our environment and not slaves to conditions. Though we might find difficulty in observing some of the demands of Judaism, we must never become alienated from its roots. SpflOn T HW tr DS7 nBOT31 We dare not Permit ourselves to become undisciplined in the practices •'*\ % %  t • of our forebears nor ignorant of our heritage. N T : .-Judaism is the very heart of our dignity and our status. This heart JUQi rOtflQ miX3 wecannot purchase. This we cannot turn on and oif. This we can only : T : i cultivate. By reducing Judaism to a few remnants and occasional cercL71WJ N7B7 (fTpDQ QlpH*' monies leaves little which can give inspiration and enlightment. T T : ... ha? n-oin tfinn o-npr rvnav nati *Tt .D-tfin onar mma rr-j I • J hw?n *? nia^nn j'pnn .nriaina nisso?n lain iTln-*ixia ^ai? •wr lews in the Diaspora. The I who register for the will receive a booklet o r by post. The student will Io study the material and to lack the answers to the quesIv.hich are in the booklet. Jinn.mail the students will reI another booklet with their |ed lessons. lessons themselves have rafted in an interesting and ive form and their content |tees that the students will bored. The success of the kurse will add thousands of kembers to the host of Hespeakers. shed by Brit Ivrit Olamit) |ratrftil fueil says: "Bless that How many wines, portions. he brought out for me'" An says \\ 'id! did 1 have' A of bread, a bite of meat, a bit \e; and he fervid for ihe su^e ii/e and children'" —BEN ZOMA. quered Lower Egypt. They came from the East, aid are represented as having been a cruel and arrogant race, who subjected the Egyptians to great hard.-hips (Gen. 46:34). fhey were finally driven out of the country by a coalition of forces under several kings. They were probably called Shepherds because oi the simplicity of their life, which This page is prepared in cooperation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Rabbinicd! Assn. Rabhi David Hcrson Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS Rabbi David Herson Tales of .Moral Rabbi B. Leon Hurwits Know Tour Heritage Rabbi Solomon Scbiff Gems c/ Wisdom e e h c n d •^ e r v i c c s U h i s LU < 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. AGUDATHISRAEL. 7801 Carlyt* avt. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. F'l'lfla) i l-'i p.m. S.IIIIIII.IV :'." H.m s. in, n: "A Xmlon that King ti i 1 'r. A: ml I 'i ..I. ptoi I |i in .--itnon: "The I %  an .i ..i -. J>. I ted .<• ^i %  GEMS OF WISDOM ANSHE EMES. Conservative. president. 2533 SW 19th ave. Maxwell Snberman. 3ETH DAVID. 2438 SW 3rd ave. Con. servative Rabbi Norman Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. • i. %  ..i, i.c 11 i: • 11. %  11 \ • a ii. i ,ii and Mil. %  • n l\n |iln II: .ml < r %  •. if Mr. and Mm, Ri< m d Hi i.ld. BETH CL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Solomcn Sehitf. Irlday %:.li n -' s ini.n: 'M. •. i • ',..;l;.-,li "... (1 • Spiritual In iki i da • i B •• I itu i %  .1 .!.,, nli .,• I In \U u ili ..ii.I %  :, l -. i \ BETH EMETH. 12?;; "!W 2nd ave. Conservative. RabbT David W. Her•on. Cantor Hyman Fein. hrtdaj v IS i'"i Keiinon "The Jo> oi fulfillment." Saturday R:S0 a.m. He in,.n: "Tli, Sabbath of Song ." Hebrew HChool stuil, nis will conduct aervlci • %  BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman Saturda) vr. a.m. Sermon: "Wee>kl> Portion." Randy Makovaky, BUI Sandier, David Ualbut, Jerry Selevan, and .!;.> %  Hetasln will partictpate in service. • ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Prlday "':i". p.m. Saturday v 10 a.m. Sermon: "The Hebrew Academy — Of This We Sine." BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr. Rabbi Harold Richter. PYlday R:M p.m. Sermon: "Sermon i" Sons." Saturday 7 a.m. BETH TFiLAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday :>::io and 8:15 p.m. Saturda) S:."i a.m. liar Milzsab: l.e.maril. si.n nf Mr. and Mrs. living KrUgel, • BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. Do not humiliate a befmar: God '.:'n hand. S HOROWITZ. He u ;ii i|uicJ(l) 1 EON OI MODI N* :i • % %  •; T : in charity. The hiRl I u u \'U help a man M MMONIDI • \\ 'id. cus... %  •.....' as ours 7 Oui | j. ;' ih, deb ..nd i i. b< %  .-. fat ti ittiti ... ip< s lo th< II (able. Ml MM I I • • At ,;,i\ scales join to form a strong t'oai i! mail, so lutle donations nun Sine to form a large total of good BABA h.MHRA. %  ve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Davla Convlser. Krid.i>" s.l.*. p.m. Kermon: "Memo lo the i-'irsi l'lesiiiini Born In ihe Twentieth Century." Saturday 10:46 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Bruce Baakind and Kriu Penaell. TEMPLE B"NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. • — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Prlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Eaxodua saii 3 Asain." Plorlda conclave of Na il.inal I-. .1. ..11..11 of Temple Youth will l„Bjueata. CONGREGATION ET2 16th st. Orthodox. CHAIM. 408 CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin, h'riday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Operation N.i. iiscn Onef Snabbat and Kldduah hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Barnard It road In honor of Bar Mltsvah of >"ii, Barry, Satmd.-is 1 a in DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1401 NW 183rd rtr Conservative. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. PYlday v SO p.m, Bermon: "lUiund About the Sanctuary.' Service* will honor 13 founding couplee of consregaHun. Saturday S a.m. Sermon: "The BSxodua." Bar Mltsvah: Steven, BOH oi Mr and Mi a. i lanlel stIn. fLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW &f ** pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 5:13 and 8:15 p in. Sei n "Tne Plou >IH Oneg Shabbat hoat; Mrs. Bea Cbhen, in honor ••: engagement of son, Paul, to Shelly Newman. Saturda) ; JO a.m. • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. f rlday 5:'" and B:80 p.m, -• "Jewlah Contrlbutlona on thi \ ••• Ii ,.-i s en< Satui day ~ a.m Sermon: Sabl ath ol Song." MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW> 12th ave. Traditional. Cartor Ben Grossberg. TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. trlday 8:15 p.m, Oneg Shabbat, ami Porum talk: "Jewish Labels and Jewish Living." Saturday 10:30 a.m. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abr.imowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Prldaj 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "Lengthening Shadows." Saturday v-i:, a.m Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Bar Mltsvah: Ricky, .-"it of Mr. and Mrs. Pred ):.. knian. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombera. a TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Prida) vi-~. p.m Sermon: Need We Apologise?" Saturday II %  m. TEMPLE TIFERETM JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo H. m. 8 IS p.m. Sermon: "A People ih.ii Sings shall Live." A special arel|some will be extended i" college BtuOneg Snabbai hoata: Mr. and Mrs. i.o'.ii-. Saturday. 8 s.m, Uemliera of rsv will participate in gel a TEMPLE ZAMORM. Conservative. nt'-*i 44 Zamora ave. R Leon Hurwitz. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maunce location and t'.irir descendants have ,,^ n \ ,.-, „ „,. s, ,-„„,, voice of been suggested. More reasonable our People." Saturda) conjectures hold that while some Quest: Csntor Sam Baakow TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. i Ida) •• p 'ii r>ermon The B • and the Film Snturda) 9 30 a m Baj Mltsvah: Robi it, %  n of Mrs Luba i\ho will houl KIddUBh In his honor returned after the exile and oihers were left in Samaria, many remainTEMPLE ADATH NE 171st St. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. was largely pastoral and semi-bar— ^ ^^^^^j^ed ^^^^aTny." "& ^.btai bane. w j, n tne j ewa j n forming colonies nd Kldd ush hosts: throughout the East, so that, in a Whictt is the longest versa in the ccrtain S( n se. they shared the ultiBibla? mate history of their brethren of It is the ninth verse of the eighth Judah. chapter in the Book of Esther. It ^ deals with the new decrees which ; ^^ Mordecai caused the kin? s scribes %  to send to the rulers of the prov-, They were descendants of Cainces and to the Jews, permitting naan's son Heth. One of the seven them to defend themselves against iCanaanitish nations, they dwelt in the planned attacks of the enemies. • Hebron and were governed by kings > '(Deut. 7:1). Their land was promWho were the "Lost Trihes"? | ised to Israel. Among their promThe "lost tribes." so-called, were inent personages were Ephron. the Jews carried into captivity by lAhimelcch and Uriah (Gen. 49:30: Shalmanesor r ( U Kmgs 17:6. and I Sam. 26:6. II Sam. 11:6. 21). They Chiefly belonging to Israel or the were a warlike people and made ten tiibes. Many theories as to their many conquests. M -. Welaa in honor of Mrs. Wi si birthday and Bar Mltsvah of son, Hart*) Saturday %  • a.m. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. I i da) s 10 p.m. Sermon: "Should We i ook fi i hi I. if.-"" i men YESHURUN. gMB I Shabbat honta Sisterho l. Saturday '.• a in. s.i non "The Son*! of Mosei Kldduah hosts Mr. and Mrs. BSrneai I~I -on. In honor of marriage of *"n I .i ,r. ii.•. to MiSS Mar. ia lb aim "ii .l.in. 18 TEMPLE HETM AM. MM N. Kendall dr., 8. Miami. Rerorm Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sylvan Lebow, executive director "f National Pederatlon ol Temple Brotherhoods}, i:l |i,.-.ni "the most distinguished Brotherhood in the country for I8W award ;.> Marvin K.iffnian, president ol Bejh Arn Brothi rh 1. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger. hrlday 8:13 p.m. Bermon: "Assimilation —1> that the AnswerT" Saturda) !' a.m. —e— YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. i 'i 1 .. i a TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly i wood. 1725 Monroe at Conservative | Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber. Prldaj i p.m Sermon: "Jewish Music II —Chants and Song TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chast ISSUussssBsuaBSsaB)mBns1sjminii*inr.ifii.iu..ii. uitiii iimnHnii II.II' i CANDLUIGHTING WM 10 Shebat — 5:46 p.m.



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Pcge 14-A Jenisf Fkradfffain Friday. January 27. 1961 Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Nation Confident Kennedy Will Meet Issues Squarely Washington W HAT PERSONALITIES and issues of Jewish interest will emerge in the new Administration? Jews voted as individuals in the recent election. Like other Americans, ihcy voted according to personal conviction. Yet the Gallup poll and other reli:e surveys reported Jewish voters in big cities a determining [actor in the victory of President Kennedy, himself a member of a minority group. President Kennedy won more support from Jews than Adlai Stevenson did, eilher in 1952 or 1956. ac cor.iing to the American Institute of Public Opinion. The institute said that in 1960 an estimated 81 percent voted for Mr. Kennedy while 19 percent backed former Vice President Nixon. One of the first appointments announced by President Kennedy was the selection of Gov. Abraham Kibicoff. of Connecticut, as Secretary of Health. Education, and Welfare. Mr. Ribicoff. as Governor and as a Congressman, consistently backed liberal positions. Another appointment was that of Arthur J. Goldberg. Chicago-born labor lawyer, as Secretary of Labor. This put two Jews .simultaneously into a United States President's Cabinet for the first time in history. Mr. Goldberg was the negotiator for American unions which picketed the Egyptian ship. Cleopatra, in protest against Arab discrimination affecting American ships trading with Israel. He extracted Slate Department concessions although the Department later, in effect, reneged on i\p compromise A personage in the new administration very close to President Kennedy is Mycr Eeldman. Mr. Feldman was named deputy special counsel to the President. Mr. Eeldman served on the Kennedy Senate Staff for several.years as a personal aide He counseled the President on Mid.'le Eastern issues, immiion legislation, religious and racial problems, and the whole broad range of general legislation. He drafted Senate bills and conferred daily on programs and policies Mr. Eeldman helped prepare speeches and statements. Mr. Eeldman served as the dynamic research director of the Kennedy campaign. He was behind the >cenes in the television debates that aided the Off fhe Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN It's Worth Waiting For R EB LOZER SOHN is one of the olclesti and most beloved Jewish figures inf the religious community of New York's | Lower East Side. Visiting my old habi tat recently. I found Reb Lozer standing on the stoop of his house in deep con templation. It was a cold day. and t> j nrst query that occurred to me was: •Whom are you waiting for. Reb Lozer?" With beard flowing and a wonderful glint in his eyes. Reb Lozer replied: "I am waiting for Messiah." The answer was so obviously mundane for a man of Reb Low's intellectual depth that it left me baffled. Reb Lozer evidently discerned my discomfort even before 1 blurted out the equally obvious verity that all Jews wait for Messiah, and he quickly proceeded to dissolve my dilemma. %  N athan." he said. 'I have just read in a holy book ihat when Messiah comes all heads will open up and become receptive to knowledge and Torah. There is much that I still have to learn. It therefore pays to wait for Messiah." A visit with BGR. as Bernard G. Richards is affectionately called by his host of friends, is always a rewarding experience. The one under recounting now took place some weeks ago at the Jewish Information Office, where spends most of his time not only answering queries fantastic range but on research, study and writing As we began to talk the*phon< and from the mi!e on Richards face it was quite evident that the q :m unusual one. When BGR ; i; Ihe end count 'he caller to contact the I'nion oi Vn Hebrew Congregations it was evident to me that the problem was of a ..HInature—and it was The man on the other end ol ihe wir< was s v i bo said he wished to become converted to Judaism. That call reminded BGR of another conversion story. "Ziprin." he said to me almost mysteriously. "1 just recently received a most interesting document about a mayor of New York City who refused to issue a license to a missionary because he thought that Jews had a good enough religion." The mayor was the late William J. Gaynor. who was not only a fine jurist but a scholar and lover of literature. In a letter to the missionary who sought a license to preach in bne of the city's parks. Mayor Gaynor said that there was nothing wrong with Judaism as a religion and that he was. besides, averse to granting n license to preach conversion of Jews in the streets of the thickly-populated Jewish neighborhoods. The mayor told the missionary he thought his preaching would only annoy the Jews and do them more harm than good Gaynor ended the letter with a query that is as pertinent today as it was then. "How many Jews have you converted so far?"' he asked the missionary. Kennedy victory. Mr. Eeldman's insights were credited by some as a factor facilitating exposure of the other side's inconsistencies. Appointing men on a basis of talent rather than religion, President Kennedy named two other Jews to vital positions. Prof. Jerome B. Wiesner, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was desigBrowsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Vivid Characters This Books Great Strength HIS BROTHER, THE BEAR. By Jack Ansell. 331 pp. New York: Doubleday and Company, Inc. $3.95. THE SPAN OF Jack Ansells hardhitting novel %  covers one day in a small Louisiana town called (with some meaning) Mannerville. It is Rush Hashonah. and for the Julian Blacks, a Day of Remembrance as well as of looking forward. Brielly. the book lays bare in quivering detail the four member.-, of the Black family. There is Julian, the Jew ashamed to be a Jew. suffering his Jewishness before his Christian friends and stifling his guilt before the memory of his father. The suffering is particularlyacute before his wife. Evelyn, whose cool, deliberate marriage to a Jew owed slothing to love and who kept intact her equally cool, deliberate despisal of Jews, both general and individual. There are children, two — the boy. David, cast in Ihe image of his mother, handsome and unscrupulous; the girl. Charlotte, dark and sensitive, responding to ancient echoes The book turns on the experience of being Jewish — turns and turns, examining it irom every possible angle, from being'Jewish and ashamed or proud, from being half-Jewish, irom being married to a Jew. or being a friend of a Jew. At every point at which Jewishness touches the nonJewish world iand in our society, that is at nearly every point), Mr. Ansell dissects the corresponding feelings. That he does it in terms of stereotypes of Jewish and non-Jewish character (as Jews tend to view it) ia weakness; that he characterizes so well, so vividly and insistently, is the book's great strength. Played against each other are love scenes between David and a Jewish girl, filled with grossness and lust on his part, and between Charlotte and the Jewish boy she loves, this one a beautiful, glowing encounter, written with a perfect ear for the tender banter of young people in love and perfect knowledge of their heart-breaking da>hes back and lorth between childhood and maturity. The book will remind many of Myron Kaufman's •Remember Me to God." which dealt with the same problem in a different way. They are both works which could probably have been written only in this country, where Jews are secure enough to wonder why they are not more secure In the bitter marriage of Julian and Evelyn one senses the whole tenuous relationship, built on nu'tual need, mocked by mutual distrust. Mr. Ansells careful ending afiirms no more than a wistful beginning — a hopeful Rosh Hashonah. nated to the White House staff as special assistant for science. Newton Minow, a 34-year-old Chicago Attorney, was appointed chairman of the Eederal Communications Commission. In the 87th Congress, one newly elected Congress man is Charles Joelsen. He is a New Jersey Democrat and husband of an Israeli Sabra. Mr. Joelsen. active in such groups as B'nai B'rith and the United Jewish Appeal, served as a naval intelligence lieutenant in World War Two. He is a Phi Betta Kapp.i graduate of Cornell University. Ten Jews retained Congressional seats. One suffered defeat. President Kennedy is committed to the main tenance of the power balance in the Middle East. opening of the Suez Canal to all shipping, seeking Arab-Israel peace, and the resettlement of Arab refugees in Arab lands where there is plenty of room for them Dictator Nasser of the United Arab Republic has already announced that he will ignore President Kennedy on Suez and other matters. Today 'he full responsibility for policy rests on President Kennedy and his new Adminstration. 1' is a tremendous challenge. Supporters of the dyn.i mic Mr Kennedy are confident he will meet the com plex tasks, not only on domestic issues but in the Middle East and throughout the world. V J I I < From Hollywood: T ii K l O! far • '• (ii r. n fr he JO IW ii. I MM HERBERT G. LUFT *= Eichmann Goes on Film to Of Mo Pel All 146! Hollyv (I — ADOLF EICHMANN will be portrayed ,N ^ in a Hollywood movie by Wei r Klemperer. the Cologne-born performer 1N and son of conductor Otto Klemp< who fled Germany at the advent ol zism We understand that the role n f., ginally was offered by producers Sai Bischflff and David Diamond to JOM ph \ Schildkraul and declined while the latter was portr.n -'" the father of Arnold Rothstein in "The Bit; Bankroll. "j j| Rudolf Hiss will be enacted in the "Operation 1 %  '''I' mann" rio\:* by John Banner, a Jewish actor from Au-t i. ^„/ who had escaped to Switzerland after the Anschluss. w!v!eOjB| his parents were murdered in Auschwitz on orders of i If :1 '}J ler M In too game veil ken nit sein meshuggeh can't be crazy." i Israel Still apparently has this knack, whether for go<* or ill ol attracting world attention to its | an d ami '^^M It s a small country, hardly to be compared to mos" r ';*iJ tions in size or population, but it steadily makes the ht*. lines. Israel's Prime Minister seems to share this gcn"J s for shining in the headlines. The New York Times recent'.J gave Mr Ben-Gurion's address two whole pages •" amount of space usually allotted only to a President %  the United States or a man like Gen. de Gaulle, and th J reminds me of another current Israeli story. It was in the year 2000. A young Israeli asks a buddy who Khrushchev was. "A long time ago," was the answer, 'there -• • 1 country called Russia. It has since disappeared and "" head of the country was a dictator named Khruschev. lived in the time of Ben-Gurion, the Great!" v.v % 



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Friday, January 27, 1961 Jen i sir FBoridian Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE hat • In ol %  \-i in th, lldel NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t *' %  *uodeisallied, d.sir.ng (•> euuuK. '• i-hides under the fictitious 11:11111 I:I:S-\VAY CLEANERS ANH I.AI CCKETTI-: nt 2?:t-j s w. 27th Ave.. !• nils t-> register suid name with Clerk f the circuit Court of l> County, Florida HERMAN i WEGER Bole n nei KF.SS4LEIS. H.MiSS ROTH 1 %  •* H.\v. 1st s: 1 I J-20-27, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 51156-8 IX l.KL I Mt. rM v > LICHTENSTEIN -. 1 IOTICE TO CREDITORS [Creditors ,i\>: All Persons Hnvllnis 1.1Demands Against Sui. lie herein n itlfied arid require. Dlt an> claims and demands IIU may have against the Mlutt 'IP l.(CH"!:.NSTEIX ili-f .,.-, .1 Da4 Countv. Florida, to th) .'•lunry .VKIK.-, Pa.ie County, an. fiR' tie snni" in their office* in th. Cntrttdk Courthouse in Pa.le County Fforifljs., within .-.-iu calendar months Iroin OH 1 .Int.' of the first piitdi.-alioi hereof. 1 the same will be barred. MIRIAM KAVKIN. Administratrix JOSEPH S. MAI.I'K. Attorn. -v | 407 IJwo %  -. IJn.-i.l \ Ulnmf-Be-.-h. Floridii 1/13.20-27. 2 /: r 9HHH9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOVICE IS HEREBY PIVHN that tl>e under-itcn.il, lo-irin to iota::.it • -tnene under tie fictitious nam i:i:soRT<-.t'iiii>:&PSCORT SEKVICI at 1291 Alnsley Ride Miami intend* t" reglst• 1 -ail n-ini.with the Cl.-rl ot the)' Circuit Cur; of Hade Count) Florida. SAMI'KI. KAMENS, Own* BelsaBTeit. luiiirX Albeit Att(.rss>" "U MINDL, v .1 (DTICE TO CREDITORS • bis 1 1 n Against Sali 1. %  -i -l: M1NI>I v d< %  -i bunty, I II %  %  ol Pad. nt). and I l thi •Mine -aii • 11' 'ourtlKiise it11 1 •v HhiaBti-h' t .-TH thi fir-' p'th atlon hi reof, 01 .\ || he 1 1 re I bXIE MINDLIN, as Executrb h. I.n-i W u 1.! Testament Ol lb Mlndlin, .1 ,-•.< i TAW N attorney ...1,1 Bull < 2, Florida 1 '1 n-20-27. 2/3 thril BY HENRY LEONARD "But, Rabbi, why docs my husband insist on giving m oach week more money than I need?" Cer. IMS, Detenu f u suct lm LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GiVi.'X thai .he undersigned, desiring "... engage li business under the fictitious name ol 'ARIBBEAN INFORMATION CENPER a' 111" duPont Bulldlnu, Minii. r'la Intends t.. register s xald nat.n with the Clerk 01 the Clrculi c, %  .\ Ml'EL 8. I % %  • X Sole .! lildll i %  \\ .1 tH'NN Vti I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to encage In : business under thefictitious name ..1 JAMAICA INFORMATION CENTER ..' 1110 duPonl Building, .Miami. la. ten u register said name with the Circuit Court of Dad Count) I "lorldu SAMl'EL s POX Si le Owner 11 to duPont Build Miami I I..rl.l.i %  j r 1 • x N • IS i-'.-\ \l .. I i i ^y gdl IN THE CIRCL.T COURT OF THE 1UHTUUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C 133 HBMfec FKIOM \N ntlff. \ .VILIAVM r I:I:I.;M \X. en.hint iTICE OF PUBLICATION rx>: gi.1.1 \.M I' BrTlGMAX femlaut ihli-iK'iiifikti.iiin TOftlhi: HEKEHY X11TIFIEO that ItuSV-t Coiiijilakii • T IHvoive has ieen Jl'-'l iinai'-s >"'.i an.I that you ire rMtlir.il :• ^ ^•• a i-l>> "I voiir insWv %  "'I" r •-,. 1 in on Plaintiff* UM^B. MILT, .s A FRIEDMAN. in K-i. v I-...-M •!.. Miami IS, FlorW. Hll file th.-l-ll.ll illi the "lel'k^bl I I,. -11 l-efole the ol F bru -r>. 1961. or Ju btuentgj) .1. -fault w Itiik.-n agalnsl vou.iiking sole i tl< %  rfl --tii;. ;i t addreei ,-f laM real Sinbeing 730 N K, Second Avi i t. Hiil. h. I'a i.' %  • m tv. Floi i.l i thlM 6tii i' .Ian % %  ). IM1. it M^k I 'ad. Floi Ida I i i i > %  ERM KS. %  Clerk of %  Court 1 1 ., I. %  • Florida By: 1. BNEROEN, Deput) Clerk I/II-2A-S7, '-• %  '• ICE OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ID CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND >ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 6-C 260 CUOOITT, %  Iff, ruooi I'T. i.lant IUIT FOR O VORCE |i:s II CUOQETT, ma Cnknou ri herebv notified that a l.HI lalnt for Pivoice lias t>een *l you. and vou are rei|iiired I copv Of >"ur An.~w.-r o< 0 the Bill of Complaint on Itiff's Attorney. Leonard I |29 duf'jtit Ilulldlng, Miami and file the oriiriiiul Anpleading In th.jfflca of the je Circuit Court on or before jis of February. IM1. Y* isb. Judism^nt by default Will tgainal } >. for the relhw aethin | of Complaint. i. ,sli.ill lie publish.-. i i for four i onsecutlvt wei ->l-:\\ [SH Fl %  'KiniAX. iNIORDERED -.' M January, A D l.l-W PHERMAN, I. LYM^ N. 'l.-:k ^^^B I He or P>~Q nil >^'2* a bn*iy B was and tlK %  hev. Hf O^O* Plaintiff 1 IS-20-I7.! IN THECIRCUiTCOuRTOFTHE ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUTOF FLORIDA. ,\ A\'D FOR THE COUNTY OF DADE. IN CHANCERY No. 6-C 568 THE ORKF.NU lg,'H KA\ NOS I VNK i Cojgi own if the Stale of N. IN I API. U I SI.KY • iEER, • ngle man. .in.l .i< 'A S M i '• >ii EN ••-' mi .now n as li IA.N .M i IEER > aqd i'. "IIEN, her tiusbu nd, I tefendants. NOTICE OF SUIT id. IWRI. \VI:SI.I:V UEER. a single man. .0 Mr T. I' Ileer .'..\van, Tennessee .H'A.N M COHEN (formerly known a* JOAN M OEER) and COHEN, h.-i husband, .'-7:II Simmondu Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Y

•!, and to sen •• %  cop) if ,: ii answer or defense upon DAVID P I'ATSMAX. Plaintiffs at torne) herein, whose address Is nth Flooi ,t |0I East Flagler Street, Miami 12, Florida, on or befon said date, •'• n u I red by the law* ol Florida, n you 'ail to do -... a decree pro i fesso will %  -. ante ed against you for the relief i. manded In the complaint. You are further notified that tl"nature of said suit is t-. foreclose a mortgage encumbering the followingdescribed property, to-wlt: Lot it, Block 10, SECOND ADDITION Ti i CAR* %  !. I "ITT, accoi ding to the plat thereof as recorded In Plal Book ... at page s sb'-.'t ti of the Public Records ol Dade County, Florida, and VYestlnghouse Refrigerator. which suii foreclosure action has i n brought In the above-atyled Court. WII'NKSS m) hand as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pole County, Florida and the seal of said Court at Miami. I hide County. Florida, this 18th da) of January, ISS1. P r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Pade County, Florida (seal) By: wii. w. BTOCKINO. I>e;>utv Clerk DAVID P. CATKMAN ltth Floor nt 101 E. Flajtlw St. Miami M, Florida wm .„, S/t .it NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is Hi-:;. I\ EN thai %  ,-n MEXICO INFI >RMA l"H 'N i ,t i %  !' ni.i i. M ami, l H i %  • • %  ci .'II'. ol l 'a, i %  i i.l i SAMI'EL s l-i iX Sole 11 n.-i illduPont P.uildii Miami. Florid i SEAL J Dl'NN Attorne) for Samuel s Fox mi Alnsle; Bldg., .Miami. Fin 1 27. 2/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.I VEX thai the undersigned, deslrhig t.. engage In business ir the flctltlona naine ol COURTEST DRIVEAWAY at Dade County Intends to register said name iih the Clerk of the Clix-jlt Couii ,.i i mde Count) Florida M.i'lllK INC. a Fla Corp _^___ 1 S-ia-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBV fllVEN that th.underslgi desiring t gage in business under the fictitious nume ... RONWYN APARTMENTS at 30 lie.. net I.I Avenue, Coral (Jables, Florida Intend to register mid name with the clerk of the Circuit Court ot Datle County, Florida FREDRIC ROSEXTHAL RI IBERT B RICHARDSON Sole du III-I .1 8-13-20-27 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJewist nwicfi&r)... solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mat II. 3-1605 for messenger service NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. desWinu to engage In business under the fictitious naaie of NASSAU INFORMATION CENTER at lib) duPont Building, Miami. Ii. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court <>i Dade County. Florida SAMIi I. S IN i\ Sol. t u tier 1110 .lul',.ii Building Miami. II. lit NK.W. .1 PPXN Attorne) for Samuel B. Fox 1111 Alnsli i Bldg Miami. Fla. I >7, 2/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctitlou* nam of PONCT WORLD at IS7.".oo N.w. Mth Avenno, Miami Intend* to register said name with the Clerk of of th Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HENRY GIBSON Sole Owner r,i:o\ A BPSTBIN Attorney for Applicant 120 l.incln Point i/:7. l/3-lt-17 ^^v*mm+** & b aSJl *One o' N. %. 0ade Federal IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY N0.61C 67 ALICE E. R1ETZFELD, Plaintiff, \ s. HA PI. RIErTZFBTLP, 1 i.-f.-ndant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: PACE RtETZFBLD 1166 Manor Avenue Bronx 72, Xew York You. PAUL IPKTZFELD. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for IDvorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve i copy of your Answer or i'leadinus to the Bill of Complaint on the pluintitf attorney. Von Santft and Kravitz. 17)12 Metropolitan Hank Building. Minmi 32. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleadings in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of February. IM1. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against von for the rellei demanded In the Bill of Complaint I II INK and ORDERED ..t Miami. Florida, this lib da) Ol Jai .... 1981 E. H LEATHERMAN i 'l.-r ,.i i"ii cull Co Dade Co nty < 'our: II M ami, Florida (seal) Bj K M LYMAX, .t\ Clerk Th not lei .ill be pub] > I iveek foi .... n THE JEWISH li.' iRIPIAX. %  NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW N. ITICE IS HEREBY I5l\ EN %  • %  i Co.MMEl ..-.._. Bv: James rtna AARON v I." is VNER ittoi i 'ominei clal Coatings C 1031 duPon B 'Mi..mi 32, Fl l 20-27, : 3-10 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51357-C IX RE Estate of ABRAHAM MELNIKER, Deceased NOT'CE TC CREDITORS To -Ml Creditor! and All Pert ms II. iv inn claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You ir.he.. -in notified and required to (.res.-nt any claims and d. fi ands which you "in have Bgnlust t • estate of ABRAHAM MELNIKER, .le• a—il late of Pail. County. Flo to the Countv Judges of Dnde Count) anil file th.same in th.-n offices in the countv Courthouse In l>ade Cojnt v Floi iii w thin eight cs len I i months iron, the date ..t the fir I pubIII :ii an I, the s in .w ii be I,.,lie-1 JACK 8EDRISH .i I:I;I I.MI-: %  li LI >M v x Adminlsti 11 .i-i Gl iLDMAN .\ GOLDSTEIN Attorne) 23n3 w.-st Flagh r Si Miami, Fli rldu 1 20-27 S-lfl IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51507-C IN RE: Estate of s. HARVEY GREENSPAN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims jnd demands which you may hay-against the estate of S. HARVEY iJPF.KNSPAN deceased late of Dude County. Florida, to the County Judges Of Dade County, and file tile same in their offices In the Countv Courthouse In Dade Countv. Florida, ulthin eight calendar months from the .late of the tirst publication hereof, or the same will be barred. JEAN K. GREENSPAN RICHARD FINK Executors RICHARD K FINK. Attorney Slo I'm American Ban I Bldg Miami 32, Fla S-13-20-21 NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that undi -••• n bus tltlnus i HALLMARK DECORATORS • N W s Ird Si M am in i ;with I C Co le I III iltERT J ISTlJ %  NOTICE UNDER F CTITOvS NAME LAW • : lis AI i %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i iTIt'E is HEREBY GIVEN that the mi.I TSUJIII ,l .i. slrl E to em ige in is ne -.under t he flctltl ALL STATES INVESTMENT On at ',o4 Seylwld Bu ding, Miami, Floi Intends I glstei -aid nam. with the clerk of the Circuit Court ..t Dade Count) Florida, D \TI:U at Miami, Florida, this :-!h da) oi December, I960 A MC INVESTMENT CO Pv : Albert Martin. President l t-t3-20-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 379 VERA IXJCKWOOP. Plaint ii i. v LEE I.i K'KWI( >D, I lefendant NOTICE TO APPEAR (BY PUBLICATION) T< LEE U ickWoiiP Residei ce 1'tiknow n YOL' ARE HEREBY required to .-..-v. .i cop) "'' your Answer to the Complaint for Divorce herein on the Plaintiff's Attorney, Mil", HAY /.. KLEIN, 415 Beybold Building. Miami 32. Florida, .nt fib the original m the office f the Clerk of the circuit c luri ,.n or before Februaiy W, rMli otherwise, the -i Id Cause will be tiiken .is confessed by you. DATED THIS 12;h day of January. i:-;i. P. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court iseill B) K M. 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Page 16 A *Jeisii ncrikfisjn Friday. January 27. 1961 The Difference By MAX LERNER W. Germans Defend Former Nazi Bigwig Ctoarb Dwlghl Eisenhower, In saying farewell to the American people, had in mind mother farewell ngken by another general ana President, George Washington There was in effort to onpn.ro iho same flavor of Long perspective, mature raflectlon and mellow advice given b\ ;n old soldier and patriot to the generations ahead. The difference la that GedfWaehington, si the nations first President ipoke to a young republic Just taking Ita place as pan ..f a checker board oi nation states. I he < roblem was to bo war) <>; the entanglement! oi ., Europe encrusted In the mischief of power-politics. The solution :i(,. t-all upon tho traditional vuti.ros as .cuides for the U.sty now natio which as destined for greatness U It could use prudence ami keep Gen Elsenhower's banding over of ptwet came in a very different rontexl America is no longer a newcomer but one oi the powers of the nth and tinleader of a world democratic Woo which is caught In an a [onj of world strugglo with tho Communist bloc, what idangerous ,., the checkerboard of national power politics is not tho wiles oi tho older ,. ^NOIS but tho checkerboard itaelf, tho classic system of nation states Phc solution therefore is not to call upon tho traditional virtues ol moderation balance, ludgment, restraint, and tho refusal to mori the present to tho future which i> what Eiaehnower farewell address a hiod up to This may ho the natural impulse for a massive imperial tmplex trying to hold on to its slipping power, it is no; tho anssK. people faced bj a double task, both aspects of which require enemy and boldness the ta-k of preventing world destruction in nuclear war. .. ui tho task of reversing the present strong tide of advai tage for the Communist world bloc In the long politcal war .*_ — v*r — THE CRUX OF BOTH STRUGGLES is a fresh re-thinking verj bavis of American decisions, a tapping of new talents m ;:UM. pollC) the setting of a new and quickened tune table, and a shut from 0 u'-idcd national decision to hemispheric and world decision within the 1 smework Oi a ne world authority This is the mood with which a young, new President takes over the : eateat eoncontr.ition of power in an open SOCiet) that the trorkj S ses The difference ino: merely between the two men but between the two moods One seedangers and pitfalls while the other sees neco> > irj n>k> and Inch -takes One cries "Caution, hold tight don't take chances." while the other cries, "release tho hold of the dead hand of the past, clear a new road before total darkness falls upon mankind.' Difference, it is the difference between what w H Auden in a cr >al only poan ot his celled "fearer^and tare:-.' between the trembling American and tho adventuroua American THERE WAS A RECENT REMARK of Gen. Kisonhowor about I. s sUCCesaor which casts li.cht on the difference between the two He had, ho said, worked hard and long on tho issue of civil ncht> for Negroes. And then, he said, came Kenned] In the Presidential campaign, who p eked up the phono, made a few calls, and won most of tho No^ro vote Ki>enhowor .-aid this ruefully, with the pu//Uxi sadness of a man who hane\or understood tho nature and value of the symbolic decision He was referring to Kennedy's intervention in the arrest ot Rev Martin I ather King which did much to swing tho civil rights vote But this was n ore than merely smart politics. It was a symbolic move to -how that Kennedy intended to use the moral axis of the President in twinging the long stru.cclo tor civil ri.chts What it showed ta addition, incidentally was that Kennedy underbids the role ot tho symbolic act not only in domestic struggles but in tho protracted political war betweon the two world Hoes There is a ireater chance ot vmning the now nations of the whole African continent t-v nuv.es which identify America with their difficult and danger future and their pride ot color than %  tho bla n d i s h ments of arms •nonuo aid ft -V — — %  'I WAS STRUCK. IN GEN. EISENHOWER'S FAREWELL, b) B BCV %  M ho had raroly if oxer struck before It was .; p!e i tor tho role • mi i ta, the world el eorparate and go* organuation \ 111Manual contract ho wane o aes v trtuall} a substitute for hv t,llecutal curio-;-> And BS ptospe, nation > BChe BTS B) the BOWOff Of BIOB*) Oomiiij; from a President who tart Ims by a cal highly eeneervativi rthanbysch •ith intellecutal cut this is a wek i be SB express rhich K iherta have brought I agatnsi publu ;v:.,> be< i l rub BS) eyes at thil i ii -.he %  as with it curios %  >. emto me tar :> %  ** %  at there i n in unit > Continued from Pago M lion of the 6.000.000 European Jew s. had consented to the transport of the 10.000 Jews to Palestine Dr. I'.lobke has denied the charge that he had prevented them from leaving Greece. Evidence purpotedly implicating Globke i" overt anti-Semitic actiieduring 1 the Hitler regime was presented to the State Prosecutor m Frankturl last week by two East German, Communist prosecutors. Dr. Globke, who has never de( nied having worked with the Nazi regime as a legal expert, has always claimed that he only wrote a '•commentary" on the Nuremberg Laws, the Hitler code of ra.I-I. anti-Semitic pratices adopted by the Nazi Reichstag in 1935. The top aide to Dr. Adenauer has In>i-ted.. however, that he had no hand in the drafting or implementation of the Nuremberg Laws. In this evidence, consisting of Kennedy Cabinet Thanks Jewish Group for Expression of Support By Special Report NEW YORK — Top meml >ra ol the Cabinet of the Kennedy A istration have written personal communications to the Synagogue Council of America thanking it for its expressions of support on their recent appointments and inviting continued st: A cooperation with the l S Government They were Vice President Lyndon B Johnson, who was named chairman oi the President's committee ,.:i government contracts; Dean Ruak, Secretary of state: Adiai Stevens in, U S Ami u-sach>r to the L'nlted Nations; Chester Bowles. I "nderSoi rotary of State; and Abraham fUbicoff, Secretary of the is Department of Health. Education and Welfare Earlier. President John F. Kennd} had written to 8CA inviting the cooperation of tho Jewish religious aueneiewith this administration Vic* President Johnson stated in a personal letter to Rabbis Davidson and Tanenbaum: "I apreciate very much the confidence that yoo have expressed in my appointment as chairman of the President's committee on government contracts. This is a responsibility which I accept with a deep sense of the importance to the people of our country, and I it means much to me to know that I can count upon your cooperation. Both Rabbi Davidson and Rabbi Tanenbaum are members of this committee's religious advi-i>rv council and. together with Rabb; Julius Mark. SCA vice president, have played an active role in its deliberations since it was created by President Eisenhower in May. 19.59 Rabbi Tanenbaum is a vice Chairman of the advisory council. Dean Rusk sent his ilnccn thanks for "your generous >od wishes .it. your pledge of coo| tion Tho excellent work of the Synagogue council of America is well known and I well be grateful to have its support." Adlal S.evenson also expri "to you tRabbi Davidton and Rabbi Tanenbaum for your kind letters" Referring to his assignment in the United Nations, he declared "1 have no illusions about the dlfficulitles 1 face, and your thought of mo is comforting and encouraging I'nder Secretary of State Chester NEW YORK CITY for ir~oDrtant business ar-d le S'jre'v pleasure TIMES SQUARE HOTEL WOODSTOCK Al&-t Femaaes Gr"?r.l Vgr. c 129 WEST 43 ST. tor rj. S* S3 do.b!.-. $10 %  513 JUDSON 2-5000 TWIX cm ni.tss in. cuAt AhTiio atweots sroti t*o\is tmmwm TOPS ANTIOUE NURtOtS i M SIlVEt. KG 4UT0 SUSS iSJSTllifD WN.If TOO WAIT 12M H* Street NLg. Cteee Sar,*e>* TeL IE t-oUl THE PROSTATE GLAND Nervousness in Males over Fifty Night Irritability and Loss of Rest Drifefclma reweot urinalMA. 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BL.S n j ir? M CXA oman s 'World l*"e.s ham Tele -^ Mrs. Estelle Lehrman saw all her relatives in New York except her son and daughter-in-law They were vacationing in Mexico and planning a trip to Miami Beach ... So. with a brief stop in Maryland. Estelle made it back here in time to meet them Son. Ronald, is an attorney His wife, professional name Patricia Dunn, is a ballerina with the Jerome Robbins Ballet Company, which has just concluded a tbur of the Middle East with his "Opus Jazz" Ewie and Albert Barmack are busy these days with houseguests Mr. ar.i Mrs. Murray Gross, longtime friend* from Manhattan Since tho weather is hardly right for swimming and sunnin". they have perfect alibi for spending their days at Hialeah ... Daughter-ir-law Carolyn (Mrs. Donald) Barmack. energetic president of the Beach Unit of I'nited Cerebral Palsy, on the other tad, !bus} up offices on Lincoln rd. for preand postEethon acth ties — which in no way limits supervision over her ee children, aged 10. eight and four. • Ml and Mrs Jacob Duchan, of Euclid ave.. are entertaining their children. !':'.Milton Duchans. of Detroit. Mich Thi Mich tl Bronsteins. of Bay Harbor Islands, are getting a fttkt-pt'-on 8C( >unt <>f traveling in Europe and Israel from daughter. Mi-. Jack (Bernioe) Greenwald. who has just returned from an extended trip The president of Temple Sinai and the first vice president of the Sisterhood celebrated a wedding anniversary on Jan. 18 — Mr. and Mi Sam ".-:. Lubell. of 680 NE 132nd St.. No. Miami Edward Crenwald and Ronald Deblinger staged a glorious snowball fight the moment their jet landed in Chicago last week Of con;-.' tha: wasn't the purpose of their visit Temple EmanuEl had -ent them as delegates to the 10th annual national convention oi lie l'n:te i Synagogue Youth The recipients i I this honor, given v roc mn/ion of top level leadership, belong to Mr ; "I Mrs. Edward Grer.w i !. 156.") Cleveland rd.. and Mr. ar.'. Mrs. Murray DcblinL.tr. 9'M7 Emerson ave. • • • Mrs. Dor thy Kaufman and daughter. Shuthat dreamnf-trip around the world, will visit daughter Nancj who is teachin. in .C.T.r. Bidding a temporary farewell to them at a luncht r. la-* w.'? 1 : were Mesdames Richard Bergman. Sum Greenfield. Joseph I' k. Max Klotz. Leo Falk. Mildred Becker. Lillian Hershman. E! Steigel. Ezra Finegold. Charles Branson and Allen Kauffman : Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach congratulating themselves because Mrs. Harold Druker has agreed to chair their annual dinner dance again ... It will be a Japanese Extravaganza at the Americana hotel i Mr. and Mrs Mack Behn. of Highland Park. 111., will visit thNorman Babels while attending a convention at the Americana hotel. and then leave to attend another in New Orleans I Nikki Kraus thought she was surprising her parents when she told thm she ha i been accepted at the University of Alabama and would attend there next semester, but mother. Mrs. Mickey (Yvettet Krauwith the help of Mrs. Milton (Frances) Linn, turned the tables by planning a surprise party for her and friends at the new Ocean Cafe and Lounge of the Eden Roc Huge cake said -Alabama. HCVe Comes Nikki.'* Over 400 women attended Morris Lansburgh's kick-off brunch [the Miami Beach Mother's March of Dimes on Saturday at the kuville ... It isn't often that determination and dedication come pped so attractively The women were young and pretty jgh to have been mistaken for Hollywood starlets Mrs. Sid(Claire) Weintraub. guest of honor, dignified and attractive in be with cloche of lavender satin flowers Mrs. I. tJoan) Levine. Irman, so cute even the tall beehive hair style was becoming hde Gloria DeHaven. looking lovely in a leopard pill box with handbag to match, was co-hostess with Gogi Grant, whose latv voice added depth to the March of Dimes theme song. Ill Never Walk Alone." • • ••* [Social functions with serious impetus: Dr. and Mrs. Litowitz entertain a group of fellow dentists and their wives in their |e. 1589 Alter, rd Wednesday evening to discuss their respOlttllies in the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal %  Spearheading the Jubilee Ball at the Foctainebleau hotel Sat|y night ai Mesdames George Coury. Nat Waldman, Edward -stein and Paul Pollak. who are determined that revenue from [and other functions continue for the Natio;: .'. Children's Cardiac I four 150 fir HI Is attended the lovely cocktail buffe' party given |le Morton J. Engels at their home. 6405 Leonardo. Coral Gables, liss P. W. Manchester, well-known dance critic and author of feal books :i choreography It's more than colt! lence that tin it of honor is identified with the art of the ; AIM mi Baric eleb 10th season, is intereste atti ictlng new mem: inaels wanted everyone I bear ab the ball plwin. for '• the Evergla les hotel .. Chairman Mrs. Ethel Tifeld-Gerson was pleased Hun Capt. and Mrs. Jay Moser (she ird president) had returned that day from Ecuador in time tend the party • • Here to atten the Bar Mitzvah and reception of Stanley, Ir. and Mri. n iDorothy) Kaplan, are Leon's brother and from Cliff N.J., and Dorothys brother and wife. Mr. and | Harry Rinzier. and cousin. Mrs. Macy Gordon, all of Passaic. N.J. • • The Sterling hotel had its festivities ... The Michael Eisents married a half century Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Roseman. *nkenton. Pa., married a mere 42 years Other guests: Cantor [Mrs. Richard Conn, of Astoria Center of Israel in Long Island The Henrv Wimpfheiniers with daugh'er. Vivian He's Icticing attorney and president of Gemiluth Chesed of New York. (Mr. and lira. Ben Fuhr celebrating their wedding anniversary [good friends Mr. and Mrs. I. Pavoni at the Lombardy hotel ie place, another anniversary, the 45th of Mr. and Mrs. I. Motz. Also there: Rabbi Nathan Kohler. Rabbi J. M. Charlap. bi Israel Tabak, and Dr. Samuel Mirsky. all arrived to attend regional conference of the Religious Zionists of America .-. -:• •:• jBirthdaze: Monica Sharon, born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sponder. of 18811 NE 21st ct., No. Miami Beach, joins sister Debra, age 5 .. T eJewisli Floridiam Miami, Florida. Friday, January 27, 1961 Section B Women Plan Beth David Day The world-famous Roberto IgI ias Ballet Espanol will help Be "o David Sisterhood ceiehrate Beth David Day in a 1:30 matinee per. ni e Feb. S at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. An 11:30 a.m. luncheon a: : Playhou e restaur nl will pre the engagement (.: the ( • troupe. "(>i Ij 200 reservations H '< be ac :epte I t r the lui i sai I Mrs I Bei Davij Day cha are Mrs Davi I Br an Mrs. >. Inej G >ldb irs Mrs. Benedict Silverman (left) and Mrs. Melvyn Frumkes are co-chaumen of the Combined Jewish Appeal Young Women's Division, sponsoring a hostess tea on Feb. 6, 1:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Harry Levy, 5335 Alton rd. Name Hostesses for Women's Luncheon; Col. Arvey to Address Premiere Affair Continued on Pafle 14 B Some of South Florida's most prominent women in communal work are being added to the hostess committtee roster of the Premiere Luncheon to be held on Feb. 7 at the Eden Roc hotel. Premiere chairman Mrs. Fay Ablin Robbins this week announced that the committee, which is still in formation, now numbers nearly 5U members. Hoftesp i >-cha rmer ar* Me*dame Blank .'n 1 Am >l i > %  e l( r Tl % %  committee In ludet, Meo-laniM Ben Leo i \ %  "our*h n i. • i: %  i, i !.-.• \ v c' Fine, Sa luel : %  i n I Entil 1 rledlandor fain lei i' I.ii ni. relil I. 'iilU .. Met,.i ime* \ Olli man rjeors< ... teln M • :' ;• %  • %  i • i• i : i i j %  %  i Sal sur. ; i ,' %  • i \ I [.eon J %  • .v...! i-i • Walt< K n • in,-/. ; Sa :..•. %  %  %  I iptoi %  Sam I n \ %  MufMax O M %  .i Hert>a %  i ml it 8 merlins %  %  : : A : • Leonard Vi M %  !. %  • The luncheon comi 1 while announced that C< I. Ja A % %  •. > ) di • %  : '-%  f the cratic Partj In Chica \ > and a friend of thr •• is Pn be principal speaker at the Women's b;.; function. The Premiere luncheon will held In the Cafe Pompeii, and will gignal the beginning of fund-raising by the women of Greater Miami. Mrs. Robbins sai.! Earlier, Mrs. Robbins named the following to serve as Premiere committee: Mrs. A. L. Glickman. Mrs. Samuel Halperin. Mrs Samuel K'.ein. Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Jack Levkoff, and Mrs. Alex Manson. Mrs. Morris Goodman, general campaign chairman of the Women's Division, has extxended a special invitation to Miami's women to participate in the CJA Premeire. Col. Arvey has been in the national political limelight for some time. He has been the Democratic national committeeman from Illinois, and was alderman of the 24th Ward in Chicago. An outstanding attorney and legal scholar, he was named master in chancery in the Circuit Court of Cook county. He served with distinction in World War II. receiving the rank of Colonel in the U.S. Army. When former President Harry Truman visited Miami to speak at a CJA dinner several soars ago. it was his close friend. Col. Arvey. who was in charge of the project. He entertained the Chief Executive at his Miami Beach home, and was instrumental in providing ma thousands of CJA leaders with their first opportunity personally to greet Truman a; the reception. In Chic jo, he is numbere I an the top leadership of the Com!': e : Jewish Appeal there, and participates actively in the annual camMany of his achieven are lis in the 1P61 edition of "Who's Who in America." Mrs, Roosevelt Due at Beth Am Israel Bond Fete Mrs. Elear r R I will be %  ol h >nor at the nnual 1 i ;• Beth Am Israel Bond ay i vei inc., Feb. 19 in 2910 N. Ken Miami irrec i [nition of her man; > ira votl %  to human I "h r inspiring su ••• irt State nf Israel." Mrs Ro v. II be presented with a special Israel Bar Mitzvah Award. Presentation cf the award will highlight the l^t Bar Mitzvah year of Israel's %  hood. The selection of Tempi? Beth Am's Israel Bond dinner, for the presentation to Mrs. Roosevelt was a result "of the outstanding Israel Bond effort made by the Tempi3 at its first annual bond dinner last year." local bond officials explained. Described by many commentators as the greatest woman today, Mrs. Roosevelt has for many years been identified with a wide variety of efforts to improve the lot of the underprivileged and the oppressed. Her activities have ranged from social work to alleviate the lot of th? unfortunate within the United States to efforts on a world sea raise the living standards of backward nations. Additional information can be obtained by calling Temple Beth An cr the Israel Bond oilice. Miramar Sisterhood Meeting The newly-formed Sisterlvv Miramar Jewish Community at i undberg's Restaurant, 14 51 s. Si '• rd. 7. Wesl Hollywoi I I Monday. Guest speaker was Mrs. Harry Levitt, president of the I iila Branch. National Women's League ol the United Synagogue jf Ame i Sam J. Heiman (left), president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, greets Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer at Federation's dinner meeting Sunday in behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal.



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• Page 2-B fjfewfoft nnridli&n Women to Eye Welfare Role •The Council Lassie in Tallahassee — Making her Voice Heard'" is th.' theme of a special program on the role of women in shaping the welfare program of the community, which will be presented Wednesday by the Greater Miami Section. Na tional Council of Jewish W.unen. The prograrfi is scheduler! for 9:45 a.m. at Temple Israel, and will feature a panel of outstanding community leaders in the area of law m.iking and law enforcement. Sen. W. Clifford Herrell will act as moderator of the panel consisting of State Attorney Richard E. Ger stein: executive director ot the Dade County Department of Welfare. -Mod HattersLunch Friday Flagler-Granada Jewish Sisterhood had a "Mad Hatters'" luncheon Tuesday at the Aloha restaurant Mrs. Ceil Jacobson and Mrs. Arnold Michaelson were in charge oi reservations. On Friday, the Sisterhood will hold a rummage sale at Food Fair, Grand ave.. Coconut Grove, with proceeds going to the yearly Flagler-Granada project. Robert Nicholson: and Mrs Vladimir (Elizabeth) Verrick. of the Coconut Grove committee on slum | clearance. They will discuss the j subjects: • -What is the Most Disturbing I Statistic Recently Learned About i Miami Teen-auers?" • 'What Problems in Dade County Need State or Federal Help?" • "What Can We Expect the 19til Florida Legislature to Accompiish?" The audience will be invited to participate in a question and an swer period following the panel presentation. Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Council president. Wednesday urged all interested women to attend this meeting, which is a joint undertaking of the seven "day" divisions of the National Council of Jewish Women, and which was arranged by Mrs. Robert Schwartz, vice president of public affairs. Council's Evening Division will hold its own meeting on Feb. 1 at 7:30 p.m. Speaker will be Calvin Platt. principal planner with the Metropolitan Dade County Planning Board Co-chairman of Jubilee Ball is Mrs. Nat Waldman. of Bay Shore Islands. The ball, to be held at the Fontainebleau hotel on Saturday night, is for the benefit of Miami's 100 percent charity institution. National Children's Cardiac HosrvV. The genius of real Jewish Cooking! Now! 16 Delicious MANISCHEWITZ 8 BRAND NEW! The soups you've been asking for— wonderfully full-flavored, with long-simmered goodness. Brimming with garden vegetables, tempting spices, wholesome ingredients—all in rich, satisfying stock. LIMA BEAN • TOMATO VEGETARIAN VEGETABLE • BEAN • GREEN SPLIT PEA CHICKEN VEGETABLE • TOMATO AND RICE • LENTIL 8 IMPROVED FOR YOU! Everybody loves these family favorites—and now they're better than ever! Perfectly blended by the famous MANISCHEWITZ cooks—ready as fast as you can open, heat, serve — and every one delicious! MUSHROOM AND BARLEY • CHICKEN MATZO BALLS KASHA • CHICKEN NOODLE • CHICKEN KREPLACH CHICKEN RICE • CHICKEN KASHA • CHICKEN (CLEAR) KOSHER BIDO MANISCHEWITZ pliiLd j v "j|rl THE B. MANISCHEWITZ CO. • NEWARK, NEW JZRSEY Mrs. Ackerman Reports Atlanta Agency Meeting A -urvoy ot the Jewish Children'Service, of Atlanta. Ga„ condur**^;' bv the Comic:! of Jewish Federa 'ions and Welfare Funds ir. cc3.::era rion with the Child Welfaiv League of America. ha< just been completed JCS is a regional Jewish chill care auenc> serving the five Southeastern stal •)l the I.S.. and re ceives ^ stand-by allocation from he Greater Miami Jewish Federation. MrLeo Ackerman. <>f Miami, who serves as the agency's Florida vice pre-ident. attended the final report meeting held in Atlanta on Jan. 14 and 15. Mrs. Ackermai said Wednesday that "a basic recommendation of the report was that the Atlanta Agency undertake to stimulate the development of local Jewish child care services throughiout the region in those communities I where such organized services do not e\i>: "This recommendation grew out jof the successful demonstration 'pilot program developed in Miami's Jewish Family and Children's Serv ice. which the Atlanta agency help ed finance Mrs. Ackerman e\ plained The Miami program began in 1954 with funds provided by the Atlanta ager n a limited foster home program Since then, the few ish Fam Children'* Sen ce has e ildrenV sen ices to a full d irtm I i ;ed I %  i .. Friday, January 27. 1351 I 3'nai E'rith Social Singles s %  al the %  %  So 111: Single 1 ited I rtend. 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[^^ % %  %  %  1 I Friday, January 27. 1961 *Jenisi! Fkrffdfifofi Page 3-B Presentation is made of new 50-star American ilagg at a recent open board meeting of the Miami chapter of Hadassah held at the Miami Women's Club. Left to right are Mrs. S. E. Evans, national Hadassah representative; Mrs. Philip Annis, American affairs coordinator, Miami Hadassah; Mrs. Isadore Marks, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center; Siq Eisenberg, Hope School; and Sid Kain, National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Workshop Due On Your Child And His Vocation How can parents help prepare; on Tuesday, their, children for college? What The workshop will be held in the guidance is available in school? auditorium from 10 a.m. to 2 p m. These and other questions can be Lunch will be served in the cafeanswered at a lour-hour study teria. and reservations may be course on Educational and Vocamade in advance lional Guidance -pon-ored by the Dr. Victor B. Johnson, assistant Miami Beach Senior High School I director. Division of Instructional Tv WShevat Party DV chapter ol M. to meet Thursday evening,8 p.m at l.-rael Bond House, 424 Lincoln In. D. Simon Wilensky. president, was to conduct the meeting, with the program highlighting the 100th' anniwrs.ii> ot the bir.ii ol Sholem Aleicbem Participants in the program were to indu • Beryl Morrison, president Of the Bialik Branch, and Max Astor. •(KINS VAN LINES lO WIST COAST I • lenf Distinct Mc.no Storttt Full oi fart leid Frt* IIIII*'M FR ?-7654 ATLAS M0VIN6 1 STORAGI WARIHOUSI aar 6 WIGHT PHQNJ SIWVICJ BB Women Have Active Programs Shoshana chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will present its third annual Sweetheart"' fashion show. Called "A Foreign "Affair." the show will be held in the Napoleon room of the Deauville hotel on Tuesday evening. Feb. 7. Members of the chapter will model fashions courtesy of Hartley's. Imports from foreign countries will be featured. Winners of the baby photo contest will be chosen by a prominent personality. In charge of reservations and information are Mrs. Buddy Aronson and Mrs. Robert Drucker. • • North Dade chapter of B'nai j B'rith Women met Tuesday evening at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. A film. "Fears of Children."' was presented by the Mental Health Society. Ivan Cohen, psychiatric social worker, led the discussion following. In charge of information was Mrs. Stanley Weider. Services. State Department of Education in Tallahassee, will speak on what Florida has to offer in guidance services and what the state recommends for each school. The same subject on the county level will be discussed by Marvin D Griep, assistant director of Senior High School and Adult Guidance with the Dade County School Board. Harold Ruby, assistant principal >f .Miami Beach High School..will jitell what part the school plays in '. vocational guidance and how the parent may help. Moderating the panelists will be Miss* Margaret Gilkey. director of Guidance Services with the Dade County Public Schools. Mrs. Rose Noroff. PTA adult education chairman, has coordinated the program with Mrs. Ben Samuels, vice president, and Mrs. Leon Green, president In charge of reservations for lunch are Mrs. Virginia Barg and Mrs. Gerry Greenberg. Bay Harbor Hadassah Hadassah Youth Aliyah project, which has rehabilitated and educated 100.000 refuge children, will be highlighted by the new Bay Harbor Island group of Hada.-sah at a luncheon and card party Friday noon at the Singapore hotel. Mrs. I Ellis Amclur is president. Board Meeting Wednesday Board meeting of Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El will be held Wednesday. 10 a.m.. at Sirkin Hall. 1701 Washington ave. .FREE JOB PLACEMENT IBM Key Punch. Progams. Wiring HOTEL TRAINING DIV.SION .Transcript. Switchboard. Front Of Ifice, NCR 2000, Audit. Cashier. Etc See Yellow Pgs. 654. 655 Phone Bk Adelphi Business College 5O0-526 NE 79th St. Nr. Bisc. 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Page 4-B *j|pnf #> fhrkfl&n Friday, January 27, \%\ s n I r • Captains of the annual Miami Beach Division, Mothers March of Dimes, plus some 425 of their workers attended a kickoff bruncheon in the Deauville hotel recently. Workers were bruncheon guests of Morris Lansburqh, chairman of the Miami Beach Division, Dade County March of Dimes. Left to right (first row) are Mesdames I. Stanley Levine. chairman, Miami Beach Mothers March of Dimes, Richard Bluver, David Rosen, David Lesser, Albert Rossman, Henrietta Fine. Second row (left to right) are Mesdames Fred Aaronson, George Levenson, Sadie Samovitz, Blanche Quasha, George Liebowitz. Third row (left to right) are Mesdames Sherwin Levine, Melvin Feit, Sheldon Dubler, Jack Lieberbaum. Fourth row (left to right) are Mesdames Vetta Viera, Gloria Lieberman, Miss Sondra Frankel, Donald Bleckman. Joel Kaiser. Medical Forum At Center Sunday Four physicians will share the platform at a special medical forum arranged for senior citizens Sun day. 2 p.m., under the sponsorship <I "" ;eeds were for Child Rescue in Isael. On Sal irday, l p m., Bebe [delon will bold in Oneg Shabbat al he home "i Mr. and Mrs. B. She* ;in. 680o Abbott ave. Mrs Fannie jevine will d he book. Th< rewish Stal bj D lh< [erzl. M N % %  • s inittfa w ill :ommi til tbe nt Zioi Col .re-in .'(i On Thursdaj Feh I Mrs, 01 lenden "ill coi tan Bebe 1 i > Lssn., Normal I [rs vents, a '< vill offer a r Women ;i celebration ta s return I'll, laj 8 p :• I, 1244 %  •'. Mrs. A..; ... ui, %  Mr[rvina I i ... Couples Honor At Services Services Friday r, ;i.: .ii 1 .Jewish < on nrega honor the 13 wh fi und the T. mple, Thej are Mr. and Mrchin, Mr and Mrs Ben lips, Mr. and M i • i in D..\ id I. L in Tishman Shapiro, M I Mr y I M Ha Mrs Sheldon Ri • Mr !.. mard Tobias i • e< I'hil. 1 / MA Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every day Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! K2r p~? MOND JJfSTAL SALT c OA$ f V ••", Three frrnrrations of Jewish housewives have put %  fullest confidence in this famous salt for purity and qual p. Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. Neithe coarse nor too fine, it is easy to sprinkle and wash off. Pei too, tor all your seasoning. Today for your holiday cool •' and baking get a FRESH NEW BOX of Dian id Crystal Kosher Salt 1 makes crispier salads • %  %  %  • fast, Its greens. Not so witl : Crystal K i Salt. It's coarse. So it does I n t nlde on crisp greens. Then 1 i re perfectly seasoned and stay crisp for favorite dressing. Build your reputation from Cook to Che Do all your seasoning with DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSE KOSHER SALT M I Mamond Crystal Salt Company it



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"^ %  SaaaaaaaWaaaaaaaaaaaaal y. January 27, 1961 vJenist WkrkR&n Paqe 5-B Max Strassburgs Mark 50 Years Robert Strassburg. noted Miami conductor and composer, and faj culty member of the University of Miami, will present a special pro-' t;ram *f music in honor of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max (Frances Rose) Strassburg, who will celebrate 50 years of marriage Saturday evening at the Roney Plaza hotel. Prof. Mervin Cummings. of Oriente University, will be guest violinist. The date coincides with Mrs. S'rassburg's birthday. Max Stra>sburg, now retired, was Rheoising the skit in which they will participate at the annual cocktc.l-dinner party of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Feb. 4 in the Temple Banquet Hall are Sidney Ross, Mrs. David Drucker, David Drucker, president of the Brotherhood, and(o. the piano) Cantor David Conviser, of Temple Beth Sholom. who will produce and conduct the skit, written by Sheila Baron. Proceeds from this fund-raisinq affair will qo towards the pledge of SI0.000 to the new religious school, which Beth Shown: is in the process of building. Beth Sholom Sets Annual Function live Theatre for Children The Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom ill hold its annual dinner dance, ar.d cocktail party on Saturday ever:ng. Feb 4. in the Temple Auditor in according to an annouiWRr-.-nt !>> David Drucker. Brother • jod president. Ajkxt. wirier. b> Sheila Baron, •niBrc'iiceil and conducted by _. CanfcEavid Conviser, will be the Author S P/ays 0/1 TV North County YMHA presents the first in a series ot productions designed for children on Monday. The Jack and Jill Players, a group of professional actors, will present "Sleeping Beauty" directed by Ivin Kivitt at the North Miami Junior High School. Mrs. Czech Will Be Feted Feb. 8 Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home of Greater Miami will honor Mrs. Sarah Czech as "Mother of the Day" on the third anniversary of the organization. The function honoring Mrs. Czech will be held Feb. 8 at noon at the Algiers hotel. Invocation will be by Rabbi Maurice Klein, spiritual leader ot Southwest Jewish Center. Mrs. Victoria Roe. director of the home, will present greetings. Also on the program are Edward Elkin, ; manager, and Mrs. Elkin. president. Chairman of the affair will be Mrs. Joseph Keiser. with details of the program arranged by Mrs. Harry Webb. Nathan Roth, trustee, will offer the benediction. for many years executive treasurei of an insurance company, and i founder-president of the Coney Isl-: and Jewish Center. His wife, a gifted poetess and singer, headed many civic organizations and pioneered in adult education, forming and leading classes in child psychology in the high schools in Brooklyn. In addition to Robert Slrassburg. they have a son, Hernard. who is an attorney and head of the legal department of the Federal Communications Commission in Washington. D. C The couple also have three grandchildren and Bernard Sirassburg's wife Anita, and daughter. Harriet, will be here for the celebration. The Strassourgs were married in New York City on Jan. 25. 1911. and came to Miami to stay 15 years ago MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie free S aqarm [siwiaaH SWEETER THAN SUGAf VET HO FOOD VALUE Recommended by doctois fof diabetics. Oveiei£bls and lo calorie diets Use lor beventet. desserts, cooking. Pure Com. plelcly harmless. In. — fat | USfTESTD AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE fiUARAHTFED NOH f ATTFNIN6 RYKRiSP makes your dieting more than just fcatWe of the evening. Participating-are .Mr. and Mrs David Drucker, Sidney Ross. Dr. and Mrs. Leo Levin, Mrs. Thomas Gerard and Mr* H; rry' B,. Smith Tie I iction is for tne new religious -chool, building fund, to which re Brotherhood has subscribed "he sum of $10,000 this year. J.dtic I'iu'.:p Schhssel and Harold iiir>chrV: J are co-chairmen. Card Party Social At Beth Jacob Winter social and card party of Beth Jacob Sisterhood will be held at the synagogue on Monday, at 8 p.m. Israeli and cantorial music will be heard through the courtesy o! Cantor David Kusevitsky. who will appear in February at Beih Jacob's you ike "Circle Theater" on Feb. 8 and "U. S. Steel Hour"' on Feb 15. both seen alternate Wednesday eve-. Music Festival, nings. 10 p.m over WTVJ ch. 4, in charge of arrangements are will feature two plays by Harold : Mesdames Samuel Kaplan. Jack Cast. The author is the brother of vVuchor. Sam Pearlstein, Raphael Lillian Kraff. music editor of The Goldstein and Anna Fox. Mrs. Louis Jewish Floridian Baida is president. Unmatclied For Delicious Flavor! CHEESE IKREPLACH maim feavioli U S AUCE ~ fib You'll love pHEFBOV-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Just heat 'n'eat! j • of %  x. <• „ o. •>**% NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening True! 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Page 6-B vJewisti noridUar Friday, January 27, 1961 • m MUSIC • AND n W THEATER i Ilt**r G 1 Dear Parents of Small Children Who are Studying Music: I am assuming that you arc a loving parent who wants to jive your child "everything." So you start him with music lessons between the ; %  ie of 7 or 8. At the tender age I really tender?) oi 9. little darling pipes up a horrifving shriek: You can'i make me practice ... 1 won t I wont ... I won't ." Then comes the soul-searching question: -To force or not to force 0' To be a "music lover." one should have some knowledge of •musicmaking.'' However -mall the talent may be. if one has suns or played an instrument in youth, the appreciation of artists and music is doubled a hundredfold during adulthood. Once a child reaches the age of 13. has studied an instrument for a few years, and successfully overcome some of the difficult hurdles Involved in mastering that instrument, the worst is over, and the child will be eager to continue — and begin to enjoy playing. To get back to the question: "To force or not to force?" I have consuited and interviewed hundreds of famous artists, musical pedagogues ol renown, adults who have, themselves, been forced to practice in their youth, and adults who avoided early musical experience cither entirely or to some degree. In every case, the concensus of opinion is a big. unanimous "Force!" Anything short of mayhem is in order. These heroic measures require the cooperation of both parents. Success is doomed to failure if one parent forces, and the other sweetly says i front of the rebellious offspring: "If he doesn't want to play, he does not have to play Besides, it's cheaper." If after you have done all within your power, and your child still refuses to practice, showing no talent whatsoever, accept your defeat gracefully, gather up all the remaining strength left in you — and start ;,i over again with your victorious darling's younger brother or sister • • • MR. SENOFSKY'S BEAUTIFUL TONE The Community Concert Assn. presented its second offering of the M [SOU on lan. 18 at Dade County Auditorium, with Berl Senofsky in a brilliant violin recital. Mr. Senofsky. winner of the famous Belgium International Competition in 1955. and soloist with the world's greatest orchestras, is a virtuoso instrumentalist of the highest order. The Praeludium and Allegro, by Fritz Kreisler. opened the program and showed Mr. Senofsky's big and beautiful tone. The Schubert Rondo. a gay and charming composition, demonstrated the soloist's exquisite phrasing and ineffable tenderness. In the Beethoven Sonata in C minor. op 30. No. 2. one of his greatest works in this form. Mr. Senofsky played th> first movement with tremendous speed and flawless technique. He revealed poetic insight in the second movement: while the Scherzo and final Allegro were played with great spirit and dramatic feeling. Jeffrey Stoll. member of the University of Miami music faculty, and called upon at the last minute to substitute for Mr. Senofsky's regular accompanist, was a most sympathetic partner, and his excellent and sensitive played helped to fuse this sonata into a dynamic whole. • • • CALMNESS AND SECURITY OF PERFORMANCE The second half of the program opened with the Mozart Sonata in B flat major. K445. in which Mr. Senofsky offered an impeccable Mozartean interpretation, playing with colorful shading and elegant ease. Frisa, by Bartok. reflected its true Hungarian folk style, with the difficult harmonics tossed off easily and beautifully. In the Dvorak-Kreisler Slavonic Dance. Mr. Senofsky reflected its warmth and sadness gracefully. The humorous "Saudadcs do Brazil," by Milhaud, and Sarasate's "Introduction and Tarantelle" concluded the program. The calmness and security of Mr. Senofsky's performance here, his masterful bowing and artistic interpretations gave these compositions a stirring rendition. • • • EXCITEMENT OF SR. GRECO'S ENTRANCE .lose Greco, formost living exponent of the Spanish dance, and his troupe of singers and musicians opened a two-day engagement Jan. 21 at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Sr. Greco is always the unique artist, a man whose body is music, and whose virile grace never becomes cloying. The lirst half of the program was devoted to folk dances which proved charming and prettily costumed if not exciting. But excitement always developed when Sr Greco made his entrance. The second half of the program was more flamboyant, stirring and belter dance theatre all around. A very young man. I'aco de la Isla. contributed a haunting guitar solo that was warmly received by the audience. A completely sold out house loved every moment of the Spanish dances of sadness and tragedy, humor, satire and the jolliest of panto mime. • • • HILLEL SINFONIETTA PLAYS SUNDAY The Hillel Stung Smfonielta will give a performance trust fund concert made possible through the cooperation of the Miami Federation ol Musicians on Sunday at 8:15 p.m. The concert will take place at Hillel House. 1100 Miller dr.. on the campus of the University of Miami, and will be performed by 20 of the outstanding musicians of the area, plus the regular Sinfonietta membership. Robert Strassburg is music director. Mrs. Julian Balogh. assistant concertmaster of the University of Miami Symphony, and Arthur Bodger will be the featured soloists in the Vivaldi Double Concerto for two violins in A minor. Lawrence Trembley. first clarinetist of the University of Miami Symphony, will be soloist in Prokofieff's "Overture on Hebrew Themes." and Lottil Spielman. pianist for the University of Miami Symphony, will perform in the Bloch Concerto Grosso No. 1. which will conclude the program. The balance of the program will include the Bach Bradenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major, and the seldom heard Mendelssohn Symphony No. 9. The concert is free to the public, as well as to university students. Menasha Skulnik to Star in "49th Cousin; Playhouse Slates Bevy ot Attractions diately prior to "The 49th Cou in," a or*.week •ngagerr.ern slotted for tho famous Roberto Espanol. international'^ Iglesias Balier A theatrical evenl thai has expres ied bj organizations, th exsynag6gues a I dernal Sfoup* Phillips has announced special disBe charged the atmospl citemenl is the anr ''it of producer Owen Phillips that Menasha Skulnick, the "Kin Yiddish Comedy." will st; nui Groi %  Plaj ho ise in his Iway producti n ol "The 49th Cousin les lay. Feb 14. Stall ii the Ambassador Theati where the hit c< i has playing pices ol thTheatre Gu %  bj the world. Skulnick was i few years ago identify th the variety stage. Bi I with his ring role in "The Fifth Season," the' acclaim of both critics and audiences established him as one of the nation's foremost legitimate actors. Appearing i:i the role of a domin eering father. Skulnik will have the assignment of playing opposite his wife. Ann Roman. Of further in terest is that Hiss Roman, who will portray the role created b) Martha Scott, will be playing the part of Skulnik's eldest daughter, With one or two other excepti ns the entire cast will be imported from the original production Because of the interest already count ir theatre parties ,nt of 10 ; •: i.,. n t | %  25 to 50. a will e Jiven ofl to rceni '.00. "The 4?in Cousin." which will play for two weeks only, will be eomi-g in rre midst of one of the firest theatrical schedules ever presented by the Playhouse. Currently appearing through Feb. 5, is stage arxi television star Robert O. Lewis in the hilarious comedy, 'The Caiabo" ImmeMRS. JtNNIt GR0SSING£ Mrs. Grossinger To Host Reception Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Miami Beach hotelwoman and philanthropist, will be host at a reception for the South Florida chapter of the American Friends of the Hebrew University in her home Saturday night, Feb. 4. This is an annual feature of the local chapter's activities. Herbert S. Shapiro, president, said 1 Mr. and Mrs Abraham F. Wech sler. national leaders of the American Friends, will be guest speakers. Mrs. Wechsler is New York state women's chairman, and Mr Wechsler. who returned from a visit to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem last month, is ; t member of the national board, and a founder of the university's new campus Mrs Grossinger has long been Identified with the Hebrew University, and is ., member of the South Florida's chapter board ol directors. Yiddish Revue At Variety Here "Live and Laugh" i> the title of a new Yiddish-American musical l revue which was to open Thursda) 2 p.m., at the Variety Theatre, 6th i st and Washington ave Miami j Beach. Presented by Dickstein and Herman Rosen, the revue features Freidele Oysher. Marylin Mich arts, Seymour Rexite. Miriam I Kressyn. and Jacob Jacobs. On the screen, in addition, is "The Cantor's Son." starring MoiI she Oysher Performances are continuous, with matiness at 50c and evenings $1i "The Women." Claire D fauoafw biting satire on mode J phisticates, will follow week, featuring a cast ,>f 44 • incnt localites Other pli nounced include a current I l way h>t an.i the world prei f way's i, j Di atfa 1 Patric) oe Jens. the inti ounced. a j enga %  • • 1 1 t hea 1 e' to < ill %  immediate cons 01 ( BETH EL CONGREGATION 500 S.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida Phone FR 9-3004 Presents the World Renowned CANTOR DAVID JACOB SHABBAS SHIRAH Saturday, January 28 — 8:30 A.M. Kiddush following Sabbath Services GRAND CONCERT Sunday, January 29 8:00 P.M. For Tickets and Information Contact Our Office L 9* £e le In M< Mi STARTS FRIDAY, JAN. 27 IN PERSON ON OUR STAGE For 1 Week Only Michel Rosenberg IN HIS FAMOUS COMEDY SKIT "ATTA BOY GETZEL" PIUS MANY OTNtK ACTS ON OUR SCREEN "THE GREENFIELDS %  1 In r day Grec ors ] lion' Com win. 3rea ion ntist with HELEN BEVERLY (Mrs. Lee J. Cobb) PLUS "ISRAEL" w^h EDW. G. ROBINSON Till: PRHK! THAT'S < ORRM T! MATINttS \ MININGS 5Qe \ $100 CONTINUOUS DAILY STARTING 1:30 P.M CINEMA Washington Ave at 13th S" Miami Beach JE lb.'.. A Gala Evening Honoring the 60th Jubilee JEWISH NATIONAL FUND sponsored by the I AltltAMI-IMIALi: ZIOX Sunday, January 29th, 8 P.M. French Room of the Fonfamebleau Hotel GUEST SPEAKER: DR. IRVING LEHRMAN MUSICAL INTtKTAINMtNT KtMSHMlNTi DONATION S7.50 I JOHNNY MASTERS^ HIS ACCORDION OtCMlitMa PM. TU 7-333*



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Fiiday. January 27, 1961 *Jewisfi fk^ridHain Page 7-B Lead***of Torah and Mt. Scopus Hadassah g:ou|B'.fliscuss the Henrietta Szold Sabbath seivfaf Ot Temple Zcmora on Friday evening. Left la riaht are Mesdames Irving Tishman, livitf LBs. Harold Abbott, J. Martin Fishman, Mortto-lauretz, StanleySilvern, Harry Green, M:ltonB|nstock, and Henry Paul. Officers and members of both groups will participate in the service and act as hostesses at the Oneg Shabbat hour following. Others who will participate are Mesdames Henry Gilman, B. Leon Hurwitz, Net Goldv, David Kivel, Sam Rabenowich, David Sernaker and William Goluberg. Opti-Mrs. Holds 'Funtastic Frolics' Over 500 persons this week at tended the annual "Funtastic Frolics" ot the NorUl Shore Opti-Mrs Chili at (he Seville hotel. The annual affair climaxed the organization's fund-raising efforts for emotionally-disturbed children. Highlight of the evening was the awarding oi two round trip tickets to Paris via Air France Airlines, over 200 other prizes donated by leading merchants oi the area were also distributed to those attending the affair, which was climaxed by a midnight bullet supp


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Pace 8-B 9-JmistHcridliari Friday. January 27. 1961 T ,7. ranees o many exciting things were gi ing to happen to her. Her father was given six months to live, but Florida proved the ] ountain ot Youth, because he is still going strong. At one of Miami Beach's famous high school house parties. Mai came over to Sophia and asked her to teach him to dance. She did. and thev have been teaching each other from then on. Mai's interest in politics started his wife On her political way. She has served as chairman of Group Ei^ht of the Democratic executive committee. District Eight, was elected a Democratic committeewoman and filled the job of campaign manager for President Kennedy in the recent election drive here under Rep. Dante Fascell. Along with most of the Miami delegation, the Englanders attended the Inaugural Ball at the Armory in Washington this past week Sophia said that when she saw the picture of herself in the paper in her turquoise chifton ball dress, she immediately went on a diet. PTA's hold an important place in the Eng-1 lander home. They have four children, all girls. I each going to a different school — Nicki. 15. Donna. 13. Patti. 8. and baby Tobie. 4. Since Mai is on call at all times, the couple can not have planned-inadvance activities. The hours that they spend together are therefore jealously hoarded. Vears ago. Mai bought Sophia a painting kit. She didn't stay in, the lines at all — just splashed paint all over the picture. Thus she started painting without any formal training, and has been enjoying herself in that field ever since. Once, she painted a mural on the livingroom wall, hoping Mai would I the hint and have the house painted. But he didn't and the mural II mains as a tribute to her artistic ability as a painter of sand, sea : iky. + INTERESTING Tnxie Levin, writer and director, only ha> 14 more pages to do other latest musical production. 'Shingle on Flagler Street." Thi> i> based on incidents in the life of the late Abe Aronovitz .. .'< -sie Gertman hanow assumed the postion of supervisor oi community relations for the Housing Authority of the City ol Miami, Jessie I just returned from taking her husband. Dr. Samuel Gertman. to New York, where he will spend several weeks in the Institute of Physical Medicine. 400 E. 34th St., New York City. Wont you drop him a card? ... On her way to Boston to attend a Brandeis University National Women's Committee mul-winter board nut tin.; Esther "Mrs. Sidney 1 k wartZ will detour by way of New York to see son David and take him df his favoriti Turkish coffee. Of course, it is impossible for el ;t in the >>.1 ity ... from Boston -cut Sam and Edith Margolis Maine shellfish 1. air express. Tin watei was boiling when the expressman br< Ihem \< ious — puts Florida's to shame Faj Id sheath dress at the Allison hotel. elr 50th anniversary. Thirtyilj enjoyed being with them on this verj >;•' c al w ROUND R03IN their mother's side. Mollie (Mrs. Earl) Coplon, Dollie, now Mrs St '. ear cid daughter. Karen, dressed in a bright red jumper like her mother's. The difference was that Karen wore white leotards under her saucy *kirt. She also had on black velvet •college girl" shoes. Linda had left the new baby, Patti Lynn, with her mother. Dotty (.Mrs. Leon) Kaplan. Any other grandmas want to join the union? Ardmore MM. LIMW00D fULCHER Candlelight Vows For Fulchers A double ring, candlelight ceremony united Miss Linda Rose Em. crick and Dr. Unwood Max Kulcher on Sunday. Jan 15, at 1 p m wteh Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiating. The bride, given in marriage bj her brother-in-law, Morris Odessky, is the daughter of Mrs Alice Kmerick. 5971 SW 6th st., Miami, and the late Grover M. Emerick. Mrs. Mornode-sky. the brides sister, was matron of honor, and her niece. Carol May Odcs-ky. bridesmaid Jay George Odessky and Karon Grunwell were the ring bearers, and Debbi Rosenberg was 111 charge of the guest hook. The new Mrs Fulchet graduated from Miami Senior High, where she was secretary of the studenl body, and Walsh Business College. Her husband is the son oi Mr and Mrs Linwood Fulcher, 31W Mary si Coconul Grove He is a graduate <>1 Cera! GableHigh and received his degree from Lincoln Chiropractic College. lh> fraternity la Delta Tan Al; ha Green and white color scheme ol the wedding was carried out at the luncheon tables, and reception which followed the ceremony at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Jacobson, Wells Exchange Vows; Live in Shores A dinner parts at the Bvergladea hotel foUowed ihe Dec. 31 wedding (lf Mr< Lela G Wells to Dr. George jacobson aBeth David Congrega tion. with Raobi Norman Miapno officiating. Hie bride is the daughter ol Joseph Glassberg and the late Anne \scher GlassDerg. She is a graduate el West Virginia Universit) and a member of Si^ma Delta fau sororitj and Phi B< ta K ippa honorarj society. She has lived in Miami Beach for 14 years. Mrs. Ralph G rd m was m 1! of honor, an 1 Dr. William 1." 1 • served the gr esl man. Dr. JacobFOti parents 1 Mr. and Mrs. Josepl >son. ol sinew porl I He %  <>k his pi ••"'• ; cal Irai at the Centenary College ol Louisiana, and in 1946 graduated from Louisiana State L'niversitj medical school He interned ; Michael Reese ii> •< ital in hicagi and was resident at I"ulane University 1 of Medicine. New Orl' at-. 1 r, inter nal medicine -ri\ psychiatry from 1950 I o 1956 He came IQ the University of Mi'ami medical school as assistant prolessor of p-ycluatry. and conti mein that position while engaging ir. private practice in psychiatry and psychoanalysis Dr Jacobson 1a member of Hade Count) Medieal S.ien t\ and 'he American Medical Assn. lie is a Fellow 0 I the American Psychiatric Assn and Academy of Psychoanalysis, and a member ol Phi Delia Epsilon medical fraternity. KKS. GtOKGt JACOBSC: Women Feature Torah Fund Scriot • MrJosephine ilamin. den. conducted the month v ing of Temple Tilt rclh .1 terhood on Wednesday ev< Program included a Tor radio script, with Mesdan n/..itlyn. Issac Lcet. Lou. Jack Wilco. Norman Z..^ Miss Marion Gordon partlc Gue-t speakers were .V' tie Israel, of New York 1 1 tional board member of : tional Women's League oi 1 ted Synagogue of Amci Mrs Nathan Spieglema chairman of the Florida Bi Mrs. Nathan Becker 1. chairman. meetS • I rod Mor. Wise, r .. n d patisf, Berv nahe Nah( I'm. and Toral nch. -:rjnj The 1177 N and ph spring. young couple are living a; E Blsl ter„ Miami Shores, in a trip to Europe in the Home Auxiliary Meeting Tuesday Greater Miami V %  iary, Jewish Horn :>>r will hold 1:r.J Ml re. raatiima I i U nlei r*.


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OTHHHHHHJ^^HHHI % % %  •' i Pridty, January 27, 1961 • +Jmist> Flcrictfain Page 9 B tYONE at sonic lime or anther takes a holiday—some of re than others. Regardless of lueh or how little you travel. one thi:;j: remains the same — the natural feminine desire to look attractive under n cry circumstance, in clothes appropriate for the place and the occasion. It is 'Drtant. therefore, to consider: m z LANNING For the way you will travel, the climate and place to be visited and what you will w. ,ir there. PICKING How to analyze your"present wardrobe in terms of it* travel usefulness, and to select the ripht additions for your trip. PACKING Without waste space, wast e eflort or excess weight As a vacationer, you will not I lead the everyday life of the average citizen. You will be sampling famous restaurants, visiting exciting shops, hitting the high spots in entertainment. You may be carrying letters of introduction to I friends-of friends. These ma) bring invitations to dinner in a private home, a beach picnic or a country club dance, a trip to the races. a gala theatre premiere. The right clothes will help tre mendously in "introducing" you as a person of discrimination and charm. After all, you live in a land where every woman, whatever her income bracket, her size or age. can be well and tastefully dressed. These are some special rules for travel clothes: • It is important that a small range of clothes blend together and work together to be adaptable in any weather. • The accessories you take — shoes, bags, gloves, hats — should go well with your entire wardrobe. In general, however, the successful travel wardrobeis like any other good wardrobe: it is com fortable. it is correct for the place and the occasion, it is becoming it is in fashion without being bizarre. Miss Kalchman Plans for Spring Rabbi and Mrs. Bernard Kalchman. of Cincinnati. O., announce the engagement of their daughter. Jacqueline Constance, to Dr. Burton S. Hutman. son of Mrs. Louis Rosenberg and the late Herman Hutman. of Washington, D.C. Miss Kalchman studied at the University of Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Cin-1 cinnali. She spent her junior year at the Universitad Nacionale and Mexico City College, has done g. ad uate work at Barry Collec-. and is presently a candidate for bei Master's at the University of Cin-1 -innati. She has taught in the Dade county public school system lor the past two years. Dr. Hutman is a graduate oi John Hopkins University and the University of Pittsburgh medical school. He is presently completing internship at the Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati, and will begin residency at the Western Psychiatric Institute at the University oi Pittsburgh in July. An early spring wedding is planned. MISS LORRAINE CAMINITI ROCHfLLi NiWMAN Summer Rites For Miss Caminiti Sandra Hart Will Become Bride Mr and Mrs. Hy Hart, of 2085 NE 186th dr.. No. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Sandra, to Jerry M Weiii. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Meyer Wein. 551 NE 175th St., No. Miami Beach. Miss Hart is a graduate of Cleveland Heights. O.. schools where she was secretary of her class. Her fiance is a graduate of Newtown High School. Long Island. N.Y.. and attended the University of Miami. He is an associate member of the Miami Board of Realtors. The couple will be married Mar, 5. Mr and Mrs. Philip Caminiti. of 4345 SW 2nd ter., Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter. Lorraine Rose, to Robert O Kasse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kasse. 5301 SW 2nd st. The bride-to-be received her en gagement ring on her 20th birthday. Jan. 23. and will get a Bachelor's degree in education from the University of Miami on Jan. 31While attending the university, she served as president of the Assn. for Childhood Education, and plans to teach at Kensington Park Elementary School. Her fiance attended the University of Florida, and his fraternity is Tau Bpsilon Pi. He is an interior decorator with Foam Rubber Center A summer wedding is planned. Newman, Cohen Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. George D. Newman of 2030 SW 84th ave.. announce the i engagement of their daughter ( Rochelle Carol, to Paul J. Cohen. He is the son of Mrs. Beatrice Cohen and the late Jesse Cohen. <>I 5890 SW 5th st., Miami. No wedding date has been planned". Rabbi Kronish on TV Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom will be host Sunday on ch. 7 WCKT. 10 a.m., for "A Still Small Voice." program sponsored by the Rabbinical Assn. of drearer Miami. His theme will be "Redemption on the Land of Israel" in observance of Jewish Arbor Day. Matchino inserts of reembroidsreu iace trim the bodice of a arc je sheer woisted afternoon dress designed by Beni Claire for the collection of Paul P a r n e s The b&nds reach below the normal waistline for a lonq torso look. This hie outfit is ideal lor travel. Hadassah Group Meets Tuesday Paid-up membership party will he given 1>> the I. Ix. flood man group of Hadassah on Tuesday evening at the Washington Federal Saving: and Loan Assn M 1133 Normandj dr. Mrs Fred Jonas, guest of honor, Hadassah chapter president, will offer a special tribute to life members. Mrs. Nat Barth, chapter mem bership coordinator, will also speak Surprise gift will be presented to paid-up members. Program, in addition, schedules Young Judaea dancers and singers. 300 Families To be Inducted Some 300 families will be officially inducted as new members I of Beth Tor ah Congregation in Nor h Miami Beach on Friday eve Ding at the late service beginning j at 8:15 p.m. George Goodman, membership chairman, said that this has set a new record for increased membership in one year Beth Torah now serves G81 families, as well as the en!ire community. oneShabbat "ill follow the service conducted by Rabbi Max ; A. Upschitl and chanted by Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. n .ill H • V MASTERS MASTERS Phone MO 7-8979 5773 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Fla. Women Bankers To Meet Here Over 150 women bank executives will attend the National Assn ol Bank Women's convention at the Americana hotel between Apl 14 and 17. Mrs. Mary W. Miller, vice president of the Riverside Bank of Miami, said that in the Miami group Of the NABW there are two bank presidents and six vice presidents Nationally, there are 33 women in the association who are bank presidents, and 153 vice presidents. Goiters Revel Irma's Betrothal The betrothal of Irma Sandra loiter to Benjamin F. Breslauer. jr., has been announced by her par•ii'is. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel II. Goler. of Hollywood, Calif. The bride to-be attended Fairfax High and graduated in 19fi0 from he University of California, where she was a member of Sigma Delta Tau. She is presently teaching at Baldwin Hills Elementary School. Mr. Breslauer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Breslauer. of Miami, graduated from West Point n 1954 and is a captain in the U.S. Army Reserve. He received bis Master's degree in business administration at Harvard University in i 19(50. and is now associated with | Litton Industries in Los Angeles. The bride-elect's father was associate i for more than three decades with the City of Hope. Following his retirement in 1039. he was named vice president emeritus of the free medical center, a post especially created in recognition of nis dedicated leadership. The couple will be married in Temple Israel on Sunday, Mar. 2l. with Rabbi Max Nussbaum offid ating. KISS IRMA GOITER — I *!_ Z2*c*t TtjGUST BROS ftyrr. *• Is the BEST.' „ FUR RE-STYLING IN OUt TRADfTION OF FINEST WOKKMANSHIT WE CAN CONVEgT YOUR OUTMOOEO. FURS TO THE SMART FASHIONS Of TOMORROW From $39 FLORIDA FURS I CLINIC j 2296 Coral Way HI 4-0544 1117 Us Olas Blvd. JA 4-7697 FT. 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Page 10-B *Jei*t fkridlian Friday, Januaiy 27. 1961 Taxpayers Cite Beach Architect lUA^wy Qodfrey perell. PI ,use Godfrey Pen II. Philip EdBtorris Lapldus was named out* Sevmour B Lit Drnarii and standing Cititen ol Miami Beacn h;(irmcn or lhc aB nuaI banfor i960" by the Miami IBeacn Tax • Bugwe „ an( M sented by Frank Smathera, Jr.ET 1 > % %  %  dyers' U Tne award waa pre!" ; !" ; U ^ nners I the OutMnt ed by Frank Sma.ners jr. tan ding Citiien award include The award recognizes Lapuiusjjwn ^__^m^llm^^, S MaiMax Orovitz. Hank Meyer, for t hi designing of^o I.Mlil4 IM m W"|SJ" %  lory. Road Mall and the national recognition he has brought to Miami Beach as architect for the Fontainebleau; Eden Roc Americana, and other outstanding hotels and buildings Principal speaker at tne ioin annual banquet as Gabriel Heater, news wmmentatcr. CoLLe* • — ,., KneggH Md note( lie Buswell reviewed a Coi, Charles G. Mettler, August Geiger, and Simon E. Rubin Religious Leader Visiting Miami Rabbi Menachem Porufh, mamB'ntri B nth Social Singles install officers at a dinner dance recently at the Barcelona hotel. Front row (left to riaht) are Edward H. Lev.n. president, Dave Chcize!, Lillian Lightman, Leoore Gerstenfteld, Fave Scr.n. IsabeHe Zcngwill. Esther Jacobs, Matilda Chesay. Molly Cohen. Back row (left to light) are Alex Erorn, Mort Diamond, Sid Dav:s. Harry Schwartz, Lillian Weiizner, Archie Aliman, Eva Niport. ana Irving Mandel. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Berkowitz (left), of the new Lombardy hotel, help vacationers Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Maraareten celebrate Mr. Maicareten's birthday. Mr. Mcrgareten is chairman of the bocrd of the Horowitz Brothers-Margareten Cor.-pany. piccessers of Kosher foods. Students Fete Tu B'Shevat Joint program sponsored by the Sisterhood and Temple of Tifereth Jacob Will be held Monday eveninin honor of Tu B'Shevat. cue-; speaker will be Capt. Leo Gardner, manager of the new F.I Al Israel Airlineoffice on Washington ave., M:ami Beach. pt, Gardner is a tormcr El Al pilot, who helped train many of the airlini >' present stall of flight pers mal. Program Monday will also include an Israeli film Mrs. Bernard Furman, chairman of Sister• hood Israel affairs, is in charge of arrangements. oi Service." citing th< • lll,i aims Association. Buswell present* d pasl pr< sid< nts who were ,,. Sl • ,,., i gi .1 Bertman, I ,, ...,,„. jack \ Abbott. Simon :•: Rul |n, Smathers and Pallol Recognition was also given to Helen Alpert. member ol the first board and active in i*s early administrative affairs, and to Uleen Lotz, who for six years was executive secretary. The presenl executive director, William M Crockett Jr., was acknowledged by F. Ubert Pallot. i astmasti r of the ('inner, and first president I the Association. ous leader, arrived in M ami n on We : it • ay. He :a noted • r and head >f he Independent T, rah School i m in Israel C !ii n u e h At/. ... which proI'll a religious at ion to 38,hildren hi %  visit in Miami Bea I ii Po in-h will meet with the dommuni,.:• • io repoi: n the '. Rabbi Porush Simon E Rubin, immediate past devi ipments in his capacilj presi enl reviewed his pasl year member oi the Knesset judic and presented awards to commil mittee and educatioi commute! chairmen. Cited were B Bayard Stri II. Jacob C 1 efkowitz, K\ Ray T Sti rling Je %  •, Paul Seidi rman, Ted c men, Dr V Gre< n Rabbi Porush is a di 11 ndanl %  neralions i I lie i> the r' litical ol \-.-it. ; : I in Ami Alien Address Reports Slated Information furnished by aliens in making their annual address re port to the government is confidt ntial Acordiitg to Edward P Ahrens, district director of the Miami Immigration and Naturalization Service (tlice. the information furnished by alien s in reporting their addresses has been declared confidt ntial by statute. These reports must be submitted during January each year by all aliens in the United States, with tew execeptions. Forms on which to submit the report...re available at any Post Office or office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Persons who are unable to pick up a form because of Illness, or other reasons, may have a relative or friend obtain a card for them. The card should be returned to one of these offices. Parents or guardians of aliens under 14 years of age submit reports for such children 0 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8-86886888888 REASONS WHY YOU SHOUID \ DRINK MOUNTAIN VAUEY WATER AS AN AID IN THE TREATMENT : OF KIDNEY & BLADDER AILMENTS j T The recommended daily amount will help to: m, 1. STIMULATE KIDNEY ACTION • • 2. SOOTHE BLADDER IRRITATION • 3. NEUTRALIZE EXCESS URINE ACID 4. EXPEL SYSTEMIC WASTES RAPIDLY \ i Consider too : T 5. Mountain Valley V/cter is light, mild and ( delightful to taste. It will not 'bloat" or "fill" — you. 6. Mountain Valley Water is not "treated" i •o in any way. It is as nature intended it to be, %  pure and crystal clear. It is NOT A LAXATIVE. 7. Your daily 6 to 8 glasses is an INEXPENSIVE and PLEASANT aid for your kidneys and blad, der. 8. Doctors everywhere pre< scribe and personally use this fine old health aid from Hot Springs, Arkansas. Why not ask your doctor about it? Take the first step toward better kidney and bladder action TOOAY. Call new far complete information Complimentary literature is yours for the asking. Renowned Cantor At Kneseth Israel Cantor Jacob Konigsberg will-be Sliest cantor at Kneseth Israel i ; ( in on the weekend of Feb. 10. The renowned interpreter of He brew liturgy will be heard at Fridaj evening and Saturday morning services, Feb io and 11. Sunday evening. Feb. 12. Cantor Konigsberg will be featured in a concert at Kneseth Israel The cantor was born in Cleveland. O. By the time he was 25. • and after an intensive musical training in New York, he appeared in many well-known synagogues. Cantor Konigsberu made Indebut at New York's Town Hall in 1950. and has since presented can1 tonal music to concert audiences \ from coast-to-coast. Cantor Konigsberg lives with his 'wife, son. and daughter in Long Island. N. Y. When you buy drapes BUY QUALITY & WORKMANSHIP CUR CUSTOM WORKROOM has proved many times the finest performance in every job. That's why WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION! CALL TU 8-0265 FREE ESTIMATES • DRAPES • SLIP COVERS EDWARDS INTERIOR ASSOCIATES 1821 East 4th Avenue Hialeah, Fla. FREE A stimulating guide for youngsters and adulison the customs, traditions and observance!; of Judaism. Uur Jferifege "YOUR JEWISH HERITAGE" Is printed in English—aa inspiring booklet for every home and every-' one in it. FOR FREI COPY, send request to: Ray Keator. Kraft Food* Company, ff Park Avenue, New York 11 N. Y. Workshops are Continuing Here Workshops on the teaching of He brew, offered to Hebrew teachers of Greater Miami, continue bi-weekly at Temple Menorah on Monday evenings. The workshops, under the dm, tion of Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. are o part of the in-training program of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Participating in the program of demonstration lessons are Mrs Miriam Anisfeld. Temple Emanu I El; Mrs. Ida Porush. Coral Waj Jewish Center; Jacob Goldfarb Temple Zlon; Mrs. Esther Peraeh. formerly of Hebrew Academy. BO ; Herzl Honor, education director of ; Temple Menorah. From to MountainValley J Water "HOT SHMVG* .118 8 1118 8 8 301 S.W. 8th Street Phone FRanklin 3-2484 I 8 I II • • • • %  •• %  %  • '•• •' Loan Executives Meet for CJA Mi and Mrs How ell G. Kase. of 3280 Chase ave, Miami Beach, will h o t an informal party at their home on Wednesday. 5 p.m tor members of the Combined Jewish Appeal Loan Companies Division. of which Kase is chairman The newly-organized group is Ing lor the first time to outline its campaign plans. Cochairmen of the division are Sidney Gruber and Leonard Treisti r The committee includes Mel (ireen. H Barry Ressler, Lou Falk. and Jack Shaw. BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music 16 Hours a Day on FM 88 93 I IOO 104 108 MC w Brought to you by Miami's Finest Advertisers From Soft Drinks to Savings Institutions DADE FEDERAL SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION



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•^f^mmamkmm^kmkmkmkwklm^k'. Friday. January 27, 1961 fJkwist ttcrkM&f) Page 1 IB Outlining annual essay-art contest plans for educc.ion directors of some of the major local schools is Louis Schwartzman (right), executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. The contest is sponsored jointly by the Bureau and the Israel Eond committee. Seated from left (back row) are Rabbi Bernard Mussman. Temple Emanu-El; Herzl Honor, Temple Menorah; Saul Rabin, Beth David; Herbert Bloom, Temple Beth Sholom; Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, Bureau of Jewish Education. Front row are Joseph Yanich, field representative of the srael Bond Organization; Zvi Berger, Bureau of Jewish Education; and Benjamin Udoff, Temple Judea. Left'to right are Michael Sossin. owner-manager of the Blackstone; Joseph Fenster, resident; Irving Sachs, chairman of the bocari, Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee; Cantor Mordecad Yardeini; and Moshe Berman, executive director of Histadrui here. Retirees Give Histadrut Gifts Israel Histadrut Commit UT of Greater Miami recently presented a film before residents of the Blackatone Retirement hotel. Tha Israeli film launched the presentation of a discussion of Histadruh, with emphasis on integration of immigrants through vocational train inn and medical aid programs under the aegis of Kupat Hoiira. The preservation was by Michael Sossin, owner manager of the lilackstone Joseph Fenster. a resident of the hotel, presented a S500 check to the Greater Miami Histadrut Committee, equalling the sum raised by other resident.who viewed the film. The contribution will be used for the purchase of medical equipment in the newly-erected Kupat Holim cluuc in Beersheba. Israel. Also on the program was Cantor Mordecili Yardeini. renowned interpreter of Hebrew liturgy and Victor recording --tar. Tamara Chapter Card Party Members who bring a new member are Invited to a card party and social Tuesday noon by Tainara chapter of Mizrachi Women at Waldman's San Marino Intel. In charge of information is Mrs. Israel Teitch. president, and Mrs. Morris Bienenleld. chairman ot the day. Emonu-EI USY Plans Hayride Temple Emanii-EI tinted Syria gogue Youth chapter, under the direction Of Mrs. Hope Herman, will hold its annual hayride and wienie foas! on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. The even', attended by more than '0 tean-ageiv will be held at Sweat* Farm, and i> one of the vaied.|Ogramot activity offered iv the Tempi. %  Kmanu-KI CSY. Tha group has been selected as ne Of three in the tinted States or a special award in recognition f Us out-' ,m..'mi: programming. The award uagiven at the naoaal United Synagogue Youth nfei Be held in Chicago in Hern ber. Kneseth Israel Installs Officers Rabbi David Li'hrlield will install i the following officers of Kneseth l>rael Congregation at Saturday morning services: Louis Dublin, president; Max Lippman. Max Hecht and Philip Weiss, vice presidents; Milton. Kahn. treasurer; Samuel Weiner. financial secretary; Samuel C.' Goldberg, recording secretary; and Morns Levy, publicity. Trustees are Jos. Bader. Max Beer. Max Budowsky. David Eiscn-; stem, I. B. Eisenstem. Louis Eisen-' stein, Ely Gechman, Jacob GoodMian. Jacob Cordon, Leon Gottlieb. Orkin Technical School Gathers Greater Miami was represented at Orkin Exterminating Company's annual Technical Service School by Harold Honeycutt. of the Kej West Branch. Nelson Moflett. of the Homestead Branch. Taft Pierce, of the Miami Branch. Dick Slype. of the Hollywood Branch. Cliff Hord, of the Fort Lauderdale Branch. John Theissen, of the For: Myers Branch, and approximately 125 service personnel and department heads who work under these branch managers Representatives from the Orkin Technical Department, headquartered in Atlanta. Ga were on hand, to conduct the sessions devoted to pest control, fumigation and sanitation. Included in the program were staff entomologists, pest control specialists, sanitary engineer^ and termite specialists. Orkin's Technical Department is headed by Robert M. Russell, of Atlanta. Orkin's annual Technical Service Schools are part of a continuous program of training based on research projects conducted in cooperation with educational and government agencies and is the most comprehensive and intensive activity of its type, encompassing the entire field of pest control. In addition to filmed presentations produced by Orkin. there were round table discussions, on-the job demonstrations, introduction of new chemicals and equipment, and a report on Orkil, Orkin's exclusive, patented chemical, introduced last year for the control of termites The Orkin Exterminating Company was founded by Otto Orkin. who began his career in 1901 in Eastern Pennsylvania. Today. Or kin operates more than 500 office-. which serve 28 states and the District of Columbia, from coast to coast. Jewish School Students Enter Contest Here A contest involving the participation" of" mn"ny of the more than 9.COO childern enrolled in Greater Miami's religious schools w a s launched this week. The contest is sponsored jointly bj the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee. Announcement of the contest was made by Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau oi Jewish Education, and Samuel Ont:. general chairman with J. A. Cantor ot the Israel Bond commit' Highlighting 1961 as Israel's Bar Mitzvah Year, the contest will be one of many facets of Greater MiI ami's celebration of Israel's 13 anniversan. Boys and girls, 12 years or over, attending Jewish schools of Greater Miami and Hollywood, are eligible to participate. There will be an essay contest and an art contest, with 13 prizes to be awarded in each category. Childern entering the essay conies' will write on either one ol two subjects: i "Israel's Bar Mitzvah Year — What has been Accomplished?" 2 "Biography ot Dr. Theodore Herzl — Com memorating the looth anniversary of the birth ol Dr. Herzl." In the art contest, students may submit either a drawing of activities or scenes Of the State of Israel, or a drawing or sculpture of Dr, Herzl or of any incident in his life. The two first prizes will be $100 State of Israel Bonds. Entries must be mailed to the Bureau of Jewish Education. 135 \\V 3 avc. Miami, not later than Feb. 26. Beth David Seeks New Members Beth David Congregation opened its drive for new members at late Friday night services last week. "With the construction of our new auditorium and extended facilities.'' said Sidney If, Arnovitz. president. "Beth David Congrega tion is now in a position to service more families. The auditorium will accommodate 850 people and provide room for teen-agers to worship with their parents The additional classrooms will take care of more than 100 new students." Robert Punsch. cha-.rr.ian of the membership drive, urged members to enroll their friends as new members in the congregation. COL JOHN HJftMAN Israel Leader To be Honored Col. John Fur man, decorated hero of tv i wars and prominent Israel business leader, will be guest of honor or. his ai rival here from Tel AVW a' a cocktail party in the Imperial room of the Edta Roc hotel on Wednesday from 4:39 to 6. The function w :11 be chaired by Charles Fiuchman. former na tional chairman ol the Ui I Jewish Appeal, and noted businessman. Col. Furman is executive vice president in charge of Israel operations of the Palestine Economic Corp., New York. PEC is the largest and oldest U.S. private investment company devoted exclusively to fostering private enterprise in Israel, and nas founded many of Israel's leading enterprises in industry, agriculture, finance, commerce, trade and urban development. The company is owned by 10.000 stockholders throughout the United Stateand has assets in excess Ol $18 milli I Col Furman distinguished himsell in World War II and in tha Israel War of Liberation, and is the author of "Be Not Fearful."' describing his war experiences as a British Intelligence Officer. He • played a major role in the building : of Israel's merchant marine prior to directing PEC's affairs in Israel. Celebrity Auction and Dance Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary, Department of Florida, will have a "celebrity" auction and dance Saturday night at the Disabled American Veterans Home. 3300 w. Okeechobee rd„ Hialeah. Sephardic Center To be Erected Long-time plans to establish a Sephardic Jewish Center in Greater Miami arc now coming to fruition. Announced this week was the purchase of a site at 641 Collins ave.. Miami Beach, for the construction! of the projected Center. Elia Gabay Is president, and Mrs, Oscar Rosenthai is charter president of the Sisterhood The announcement revealed that, construction on the eewiy-acquireJ site will begin short Iv Harry Halperin. Joseph Halprin.' Edward Horowitz. I. Hyman, Harry! Knobler. Samuel Lerner. Harry | Marlowe, Saul Meringoff. Joseph Nadler, Rev. David Paul. Louis Plansky. Benjamin I'oko-! tilOW, Morris Posner. Maurice Rolhwarf. Eddie Rosenman. Isidore Ruppert, Victor Schonwetter. | Joseph Shadowilz. Harry Weiss, Harry Weiss. Benjamin Weissman., Whitebrook Named President Charles 11. Whitebrook. vice president of Bishopric. Green. Fielden advertising agency, has been named president of the Florida Unit of the American Contract Bridge League. Whitebrook also won the Regional Master's Pair Cup teamed with Howard Rosene, also of Miami. Footlighters Install Officers Over 700 people attended the fourth annual Footlighters instalation dinner .Monday at the Deauville hotel to see Eddie Schaffer take over the presidency from Leon Fields, with Judge Irving Cypen as installing officer. Other officers are Guy Rennie and Sammy Walsh, vice presidents, with Jack Woody. Art Leibowitz and Larry Harr filling the laymen posts. Jack Ross continues as historian Material for the show written by Benny Davis, Jack Ross and Arne Barnett. Direction was by Fields, backstage by Sammy Morris, and tickets by Carl Gardner and Harry Strull. Allen & Rossi and Gogi Grant were among the many who performed. Miami Beachite David L. Trask, president oi the National Assn. of Postage Stamp Vendors, presents a national award to former Postmaster General Arthur E. Summerfield for his "outstanding service in modernizing the United States Postal System" at recent ceremonies in Washington, D.C. Trask emphasizes that there are more than 1,300,000 privately-owned, coinoperated, automatic postage-stamp vending dispenser raa chines in the nation.



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Page 12-B fJenisfi FfcreJiain Friday. January 27, 1961 Demo Club Eyes '60 Award Winner Wally Gluck, president of the Democratic Club of Miami Beach, his appointed Councilman Louis Hoberman. of Sr.rfside. chairman of the awards committee which will choose the "Outstanding Owe Worker" for 1960. Other members of the committee are Pauline Schycon and Dr. S. A. Cluck. Councilman Hoberman was the recipient of the Democratic Club's award for 1959. The award for I960 will be presented at the annual installation dinner and show to be held Sunday. Feb. 26. at the Saxony hotel. Cluck and executive member Harry Levy will be installed for their thud t master. minium : ; Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl The Royal Hungarian •W3 RESTAURANT & CATERERS FOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401 Confirmation Class Dance Confirmation class of Temple Beth Sholom religious school is holding its first dance of the year 0 Monday at 8 p.m. Disc jockey Guy Curtis, of station WMMi', will spin records Tickets will be on sale at the door. Richard Russ. S n of Dr. and Mrs. Norman J. Kuss. is chairman RESERVE MOW! DAVID ROSNIR'S JEWJ&7I worn • oni .niAMAt V Recommended by America's Leading Orthodox Rabbis 1_ ^Sterling Quality is Supreme Only RF.N0WNE0 FOR tUSHRUTH ANO QUALITY SINCE 1932 CALORIE AND SALT-FREE DIETS 1 UNSURPASSED STCRLINS MEALS OAILY Perfect Catering Service for large or Small Groups.' [on rw "beta • i7th sriF.fr. Hutu KAOi.ru hone UN 6-8831 KING ARTHUR'S C0UR7 The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER ** MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. CoOwnit %  NAMES MAKE NEWS: Still crowing about his recent golf victory in the Bayshore Exchange Clubs three-month tournament is ad man ( Charlie Priedlander. He's so enthusiastic about his victory and the game itself that he is trying to gel bis clients, the Florida Guaranty Title and Trust Co., Bevelopers of some 19.000 acres of Florida highlands, near Ocala. to build a Soil course there. -They'd never miss a handful of acres." assures Charles, who. no doubt, would give up his ad agency ; to become pro th?re. Johhin Master! has written music and lyrics for a song dedicated to the Niu Dawn Charity Bail to benefit the new Osteopathic General Hospital, its called "The Shortcut to Your Heart." and will be featured b) Masters' vocalist. Mary Bernard, at the Ball on Saturday night in the Fontainebleau hotel. Hostest tor the affair Is F.lsa .Maxwell: Mrs B. Boyce -Irene) Swartz. general chairman: Mr.s. Robert Z. (Nancy) Greene and Mrs. Nelson Swift -Blanche) Morris, honorary chairmen: Maj. Gen. Henry Baird. Parks Rusk and Dr. John H. Larimer, committee members. + PROPS ON PARADE: Props, the colorful organization of show business women whose goal is the planned retirement of performers, will j hold another of their spectacular luncheons Monday at the Ivory Tower of the Saxony hotel, with Patti Moore, comedienne, guest of honor. Tagged 'The Moore the Merrier." the affair will again be highlighted by an original revue written by Patsy Abbott, vice president and fellow comedienne. Miss Moore, who formed the first Proos chapter in Los Angeles, is currently headlining with her husband, Ben Lessy, in the "French Follies" at the Carillon. She inspired the program's subtitle, "A Toast to the Coast." Past functions which have honored Fifi D'Orsuy. Betty Kean. Carol Bruce and Martha Rave, among others, have enabled Props to donate a $10,000 three-room wing to the AGVA Foundation Home in South Fallsburg. N.Y. They're currently working to raise S35.0O0 for the Foundation's Medical bldg. i Mrs. Paul Pollack is president and Mrs. Lawrence Harr. is in charge ( of tickets tor the luncheon. •* -ft MOBILIZATION FOR THE IMMOBILE: Merel Dunne, executive ; director ol the Greater Miami chapter. Multiple Sclerosis, is hoping for community-wide participation in the "March of Hope." on Wednesday. F'eb. 8. All funds collected will be devoted to continued research on MS plus increased medical care and the purchase of hospital beds and wheel chairs for the victims of this dread disease which mercilessly and without warning attacks the youth of our nation. -* -* THIS AND THAT: Parents ol elementary school students in the Dade county area are alerted to the fact that they may get tickets for the Friday and Saturday Children's Concerts (.Ian. 27 and 28i at the box office of the Dade County and Miami Beach Auditoriums prior to the 10 am. and 2 p.m. concerts on those dates The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of world-renowned conductor, Fabien Sevitsky, is presenting the special children's concerts. For further details, parents and children should contact their teachers or call the I'M Sv mphonj Office. %  *. AROUND TOWN: Newest innovation at Al Goldman's Fu Manchu I tl • "Suz) Wong Calendar Girl" wall, inspired, of course, by t! > movie This latest gimmick has Al besieged with more requests f 20th-Fox lead as the heel in "The Right Approach." originally "The Live Wire." by Garsoi. Kanin. should atone for his sacrifice to the cutting room floor in "Let's Make Low" when his best scenes were chopped. Vaughan, whose real name is Frank Abel son. is England's favorite singer and America's favorite newcomer Rosalind Wigderson Berle, of Miami. Milton's sister, is house gaesl of Mr and Mrs. Joe Fcvnev He's cu rently directing Warners •Portrait of a Mobster," and Mrs Pevney (Jfitzi Green) just closed in Las Vegas and openin Miami on Feb. 8 Observations from "Cima-ron." watching David Opatoshu portray Sol Levy. It's Still ;he same old role essayed by George F. Sione in the original version It matters not that times have changed and that the Jew today is honestly portrayed without accent and Without physical weakness. No. Cimarron" has to stick to its jld stand ards and story and portray to the world an "example" of ;. .lew. a mosl unfortunate example, i must say. He speaks with an accent. he is a weakling, and he is a rich money lender, and let us not forget above all tbat he started as a peddler. Graciously, the producers omitted the beard and derby for which, I suppose, we are 1 to be everlastingly grateful* Watch for Susan Roberts in a top role in Hal Wallis' "Summer and Smoke." she'2o. habeen acting at San Fernando state College here aa conn dieiine .,, | panted a fnend to an agent's of flee, got the Job herself. Her real name is Susan 1 event ha I. daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Leven thai, of Van NuyHer mother Hose, is a kindergarten teacher, and dad Arthur manufacturemen's sports shirtSister Deena, 18. resembles Anne Frank, and almost got the role, but has no acting aspirations Brother Jeffrey, soon to be Bar Mit/.v ;ih. is %  big talent in drawing comic strips, especiallv animation. RIVIERA 13 RESTAURANT SMORGASBORD $1.89 ALL YOU CAN EAT! VONDAY th-. THURSDAY 5 Ptf to 8 3J P SERVING DINNERS FRIDAY NIGHTS & SUNDAYS Consul! us fi r all your Cat mg N : tht uiiimdtt m Kosher CJ.V1830 Ponce de Leon, Corner Majorca, Coral Gables For Reservations call HI 8 S441 Closed Safufeys STAR DAIRY, VEG. & FISH RESTAURANT OLDEST AND BEST KNOWN DAIRY RESTAURANT SERVING LUNCH AND DINNERS 18'h CONSECUTIVE YEAR •# TRY OUR SPECIAL ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS 841 Washington Avenue JE 1-9182 Lunch and Dinnar Served Staily CANDLELIGHT INN In The Heort ol Coconut Groa Banquet Facilities — Cocktail Lounga Henry Lr tson. 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F"day. January 27. 1961 !*pl:in. will ho Har Mil/vah 1 1 Saturday mornmjj. Jan. :_>8. ,,t :-e:h nvid Synagogue with Rabbi N'crnURj Shapiro officiating. 'Stanley is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High nd attended Beth David religious -school He fcowls. plays football and Little .4#ague Baseball, and is studying voice. MrjOd Mrs Kaplan will host a receittb in his honor on Sunday at their home, 1795 SW 12th St., Miami. t Ricky Beckman Temple Menorah will be the site nf the Bar Mitzvah of Ricky, son :>f Mft and Mrs. Fred Beckman. o Cleveland rd., on Saturday morning, Jan 28 Rabbi Mayer VI i amow u/ mil officiate. A reception on Sunday evening at the Temple Social Hall will be hosted by Ricky's parents in his honor. • • Kris Penzell Kris Evan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Penzell. 4366 N. Michigan ave.. will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Jan 28, at Temple Beth Sholom. wi:h Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Kris is in the confirmation class of 5722. t Harry Weiss Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Harry, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses 'Outstanding Citizens Award' Deadline Nears For Presentation Deadline for nominations in the 4th annual Dade county "Outlandiag Citizens Award" is Jan. | 0, Sanferd Swerdlin, chairman of! he award committee, reminded Ireater^iamians on Wednesday. The -ojWard is made annually to me man and one woman who have nade OUtatandinjcontributions to Sridders Find Sholom in Lead IE (I • \ • at*' |lt The tootbail team of Beth Emeth nurnpliow 13-7 over Temple Sinai's leven at Jefferson Field in a chedulu&gamc of the Inter-Synaogue Football League of North Jade and South Broward Counties ,st Sunday. At No. Miami Beach Junior High chool Stadium, Beth Sholom deated Beth Torah 6-0. when Eric •i-,el intercepted a pass thrown y quarterback Jeffrey Sachs and umpered 36 yards, down the right (i!e line for a ; %  ichdoun Temple Beth Sholom now leads %  Beth Emeth and Re:h Torah e second wi:h .. ami Temple ai is last v :::•• %  Next scheduled games will be on mday. Dade county during the preceding year. Swerdlin Mid that nominations may be made by any Greater Mi amian. Eligible recipients may include an elected or appointed official who receive pay for their work, "but must be the result of civic motivation for which no compensation is received other than the self-satisfaction for a job well-done." Sponsoring the annual award is Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Pa-; tron is the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Joseph M. Lipton, president. Permanent judges are George Beebe. managing editor, Miami Herald: Ralph Renick. vice president in charge of news. WTVJ; and Fred K. Shochet, publisher. The Jewish Floridian. Nominations may be sent to Outstanding Citizens Award, 819 Seybold bldg Miami, Fla. The award will be made between Feb. 1 a:id 15. Weiss, "ii Saturday, Jan, 2S. dming morning services al Temple Vdath Yet'iurun. Rabbi Weiss is affiliated with fern pie B< th Ton:: in N< r h Miami Beach Harry ,an eijfh Ii grade studenl at the Hebrew Academy. He will be assi li d I the %  monj by his \ r< ccptton in his hon r will I e Saturday evei tig al iix Ri j %  al Hui restaurant. Bruce Baskind Saturday :; i rning services Jan. !8, : Temple Beth Sholom will include ihe Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Hershel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, 1750 \"K 7th pi.. No. Miami, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Bruce is a student in the Beth sholom confirmation class of 5722. • • %  % Barry Broads Bar Mitzvah of Barry, son of j Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Broads, will be celebrated Saturday morning. Jan. 28. at Coral Way Jewish Cener, with Rabbi Samuel April officiating. Barry is in the seventh grade at West Miami Junior High, and has attended Hebrew school for four years. His parents will host the kiddush in his honor. Stuart Kaplan Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kaplan, will be Bar Mi'.zvah at Temple Emanu-El during Saturday morning services. Jan. 28. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Stuart is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, and is active in intramural sports. He attends the Temple religious school. A reception in his honor will be held at the Kaplan home on Saturday. Music Month Fete Begins Saturday By Special Report NEW YORK 1 IM am 1 n Ii Mnc Festival, 1 ed by the %  '1 Music Co 1 tc I of thi ti< nal Jewi di Well rd A B s Sal ay. Mure than 1 000 organiza lions all "Foster Jewish Musical Creativity by Performing a Commissionec Work and Commissioning New Music.'' The Festival will serve as the occasion for first performances of newly-commissioned works and for the performance of composition previously commissioned. A total of 87 new works have been composed over the last live years. Academy Brecks Ground Sunday i oundbreaking ceremonies of he 1 • a 11... al Pinetree li and ffdbrie] Heatter, new^s cornmej] will be guest speaker ai Li 1 Robinson, loastmaster. Hebrew Academy students participating include Leon Firtel, Leslie Fuchs and David Luchins. president of the Student Council. Ceremonies will be conducted bj Rabbi Alexander s Gross, principal of the Academy. Also speaking will be B. I Hinder, president ol the Academy; Mrs, Joseph Shapin president of Hebrew A< i emy Women; Mrs, .'aek I. baum, president of the PTA Louis Merwitzer general cam n chairman for the million lar building fund. Commissioner Hall Speaks Commissioner Charles "Chuck" Hall was guesl speaker al a met I ing of Ihe Democratic Club of Miami Beach on Wednesday al the Saxony hotel. Walk Gluck, presi deni. announced further plans [01 the club's ninth annual dinner dance due Feb. 26. Mrs. Kerdyk in Review Mrs. Frank Kerdyk was to review "To Kill a Mocking Bird." by Har per Lee. for Temple Judea Sister hood on Thursday. All funds raised will go to the Temple youth program. -*Do C 011 lit 1 ct 1 to. I if here elegance in Dining 1n 34MARROR ISLAND I 3-SS 5rh Si-*-.' Tu B'Shevat Fete At Tif ereth Jacob Temple Tifereth Jacob religious school pupils will participate in a Tu B'Shevat assembly outdoors on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Students and faculty will hear a talk on Tu B'Shevat as celebrated in Israel and then plant trees on Ihe Temple premises in tribute to the New Year of the Trees. Israel and American folk songs will be sung. Program is under Ihe auspices of the education committee Religious classes will be scheduled at the usual time, with the higher grades attending earlier in order to be present at the assembly. 9ncomparoWe Trench Cuisine* 9S16 HARDING AVE. MIAMI BEACH UN6-1654 4T THE PIANO BAR DAVID LEROUX ER!NG ervfcemen WEI e Temple Guests NT 1671 s ROLLS CtS i'.rottierheod < Temple Beth >lom will li< hi -• to personnel •he Armed rurces l its regular nthly breakfast on Sunday. 10 :u, in the Temple Banquet hall. eatured speaker wiil l>o Capt. Gardner, director of th" F.l Al |; nes in Miami, who will speak "ltew the El Al Came into Be•rogram. on WCKT which fea^llfnnies the religious school choirs IO'J ,u I officers of the Beth Sholom firmation class in a special gram, "Israel Lives." based on book, "Exodus," will be shown. JS O^ 'OtheAood of Beth Sholom spontfthe'youth activities program 1 ~/i.|N ho nnojr 1 David Druck1 s preside. 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Page 14-B fJewish FhrkMor) Friday. January 27. 1961 Arabs Question Jewish Emigration from Soviet UNITED \vriONS-(JTA)-The issue of emigration by Sovic J, Jcw ;j ,o Israel wa> raised by an Arab delegate at a meetir* J.t£l !" JJ Nations Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination amiII c .on ol Minorities. The Subcommiss.on is considering the >v-u of UM r got oi the individual to leave any country, including his own. and his rignt to return to his country The Arab delegate was AbdelHamid Abdel-(;hani. oi the United Arab Republic, who said that the right to leave one's country should be recognized by the state as an individual right and not a.the right of "collectivities He argued that m-s emigration would brini? about serious dislocations in the atfc%ed countries. to emigrate to Israel. He argued that such emigration would also tend to perpetuate "the present state of things in Palestine." On the other hand, he said, there was no impediment to recognition of the collective right of people to return to their country as this was "a moral movement." "Look, Edith Cohen is a friend of mine—I don't core what kind of a simmis you and Max had ot the men's club." He cited the "appeals" to the Jews living in the Soviet Union and other countries of the world h Continued from Page IB Mrs Spondcr (Elaine> is on the board ot directors of Temple h YeSDUnin Sisterhood Mike is a past president of tinMen's club Grandparents ot the new arrival are the senior Sponders and Mr and Mrs. Simon Woltson Gene and Bobbie Heiman had 60 friends to their home at 2710 Anderson rd.. Coral Gables, for the bris of son Gary Adam, born Jan. 12 at Ht. Sinai Hospital The Heimans have another son. Danny J.. 19 months Grandparents are the Louis H eim a n s and Archie Gradingers The arrival of Scott Alan on Jan. 19 made Stanley and Elisc Bernstein. 4755 Alton id., parents lor the lirst time, and first time grandparents of the senior B?rnsteins and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Glustoff, of Chicago This little baby may become more familiar with dramatic readings than lullabyes ... His aunt is Mrs. 1 M. Weinstein, well-known locally for her book reviews. v I. SapozhnikoVj of the Soviet I men objected to plans ol the rap rteur of the Subcommission to material from non-governmen-j tal organizations and individuals.! l!,. .aid that, for the "sake of objectivity." only material received from governments should be used. He argued that, on the whole, the non governmental organizations ha vine status with the United NaA recent change in the Social Se' emitv law now makes it more miEarnings Must Be Reported portent that people who hire baby sitters, maids, cleaning women, or other household help report the earnings of these workers if they are paid S50 in cash wages in any calendar quarter, stated Marshall n a bal-1 parts ol lions, did not represent anced way" the various the world The representative of the World Jewish Congress, Maurice Perlzweig, referred to the argument put forward in the discussion that Wise manager of the Miami Down ni sp ecial rapporteur should not .... #r:__ ., ..1. .U ',,. i., I town district office. The new law reduces by about one-third the length of time a per son must work in order to receive social security benefits when they retire. Wise added. Most household workers do not have regular full-time employment, or they work only during part ol the year. Often, they do not have enough social security credit 10 qualify for social security benefits at retirement auc Failure to get credit fer one or two quartercan mean the feBM of hundreds ot dollars in retirement or survivors benefits. concern himself with the right to tra\d but with discrimination in recognition ot this right. He pointed out that in certain countries general restrictions coulc not strictly be construed as discriminatory. Nevertheless they affected large numbers of people who wished to leave those countries. Incidentally, he noted, this was one of the reasons why the material made available by non-governmental organizations could be useful. G. JAMS HUGES Business, Inc. Elects Hughes G. James Hughes, pre the Metropolitan Bank of Miac was elected president of BusiM Inc. at the Biscayne Terrace ha recently. The organisation promote! eration between non c^?-businesses. Brcaklast mcctinc-. Seme held at the Biscayne Terrace Univi every Tuesday. ated Hughes is president of -he Jar >d ber of Commerce %  :." m !*' Elliott. Elliott and M. K %  t,aei ward M. Fleming, president # ward M. Fleming Constiuctiont MiC I. D MacVicar. pn -^ Vicar-Wells, Inc.; Edwin T • U|J€ er. senior partner. V.' 1 T Michi r \ssoc; Robert ( dish-Am iger. Gulf Life Insun C M l-ong. presidi nt. supply Co. Cantor Yardeini At Yivo Forum Cantor Morriecai Yardeini will be guest speaker at a meetng ol the Greater Miami Yivo Forum on Saturday evening at Miami Beach Public School. 1420 Washington ave. Cantor Yardeini is an authority on Jewish liturgical and folk music He was for many years music critic of the Jewish Day and Daily Forward. He is presently the editor Of the Jewish Weekly In honor of Jewish Music Month, cantor Mordecai Yardeini will speak on Jewish Music Through the Ages—Its Origin and Develop ment." The Yivo Forum is a weekly presentation of the Greater Miami Yivo Committee Hebrew educator turned artist, Nehemiah Mark, explains some of the Jewish symbolism surrounding his great collection oi wood sculptures. Jewish Educator Turns Symbolic Artist Chicago Club Meeting Next regular meeting of 'he Chicago Club ol Greater Miami will be held Sunday at the DeauvilU hotel has pla and in Maurice world, \ Bank's Resources lncreosance on 1 neatre \U sources ol Rivr-:erforme 800 64. <>f whuh c; er, Gite; for more than S21 % ." • vill take All the bank's dim he Cinen elected at the mo The fe Fred C Oak. eh. 1(traction __-_ Arf w *' 0lor> star: MIDDLE AGED WOMA 0 pf. Qt SEEKS POSITIOH AS HOUSB* Q& ^ ^ I S,e.ks only Jewish G m ^eaker at gorion. Wad .If ^sterhood with congenial gentlmon. FR I-H74 und Nigh %  ird Furm By ISABEL GROVE Staff Writer Nehemiah Mark, whose wood sculptures on Jewish themes have won recognition among art critics and whose work has been exhibied in museums and galleries throughout the country, is here in Miami to introduce his collection. Until 12 years ago, Nehemiah Mark was known as a Hebrewscholar and teacher, but he soddenly found himself consumed with the desire to translate his knowledge of Jewish history into an art langu. Too long, he felt, had "ignoramuses" d< synagogues ]t was time lor Jewish artists to glorify Jewish tradition, not only w:th lip and tongue, but in concretc palpable l'orm. No Jewish artist would have mad. the mistake of Micha.langelo, who because of faulty Christian translation of the Bible, put two horns on his Moses, instead of the nimbus of light which was tho true significance of the description. Mark cho.se wood as his medium because, as he sa\s. "it is cheap and abundant and once lived." The teacher turned artist also believes that wood is les> durable than marble or paint, providii merely a stepping stone to higher understanding, not a permanent artistic solution He sees no conflict between his work and the Jewish prohibition against image-making. Nehemiah Mark calls him~ It a surrealist, expressing subconious mental activities without order Of sequence, similar to what we experience in dreams. For example, he omits ears on heads, thus avoiding a too graphic realisation, This is the artist's first visit to Miami, and already he finds himself powerfully influenced and inspired by the growth of Florida "flora and fauna" and the scrap wood that lies so abundantly in the area—from which, on his first day here, he immediately made an exquisitely-wrought walking cane. He considers himself a maverick in art. a real primitive— sir.ee he has had no formal tram big in sculpture But he dearly has the true artists creative ab.l i!y to translate his tremendous knowledge 'if Jewish lore into three dimensional presentations His works have brought as little -15 or $20. and as much as S5oo S600 He is staying at 1412 Ocean dr., Miami Beach. SURE AUTO LOANS If yen leek ever tke cast if financing with the M" care that ,u leek ever an astinwhile before yen bu> %  Mil find Mat an Ma l.an at the Bank l Oade H*Q $ list btcase it s based • %  REAL bank rates. INSTALLMENT LOANS Wl 7-0691 MMkii: Fr4.rl Dv|ot IwinMl Career*'*" BANK OF DADE COUNTY IN TMI 163rd STREET SHOPPING CK* T •ina Lolloh i this seen .ory co-atc ;id Miracle



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%  .-'VTF^ %  1961 Fri4my, January 27. 1961 vjewisti fkridfirnr Page 15-B Dentists Expand Practice Here Drg. Lawrence I. Brant and George J. Brooks are expanding their dental practice to include the N'ortB Miami area Their new office! arc in the 127th Street Shoppinf-Center at 12362 Biscayne blvd. Tft* dentists have been serving the L)ke Forest community in West Hollywood for the past three years. Dr. Brant, a long-time resident of Mian graduated from Miami Senior*High School, attended the University of Miami, and graduated Iron the l":iiversity of Maryland den'al s.-'.i.) '.. Dr. .Bii'<'k.v a more recent arrival to Mi..r iv-ceived his dental degree .it Temple University in Philadelphia On th< il' %  %  :' • I'. each v. aelected %  '' p in Omirron Kappa pfor outstanding schojajltii I'. :!i arc resittfftts •>! N 'I iin: I'.cach. s %  of Miat Busue v. ,i 3. lOt 05 t n tec I the Chi> %  ercc M DoaaH Kievet Michel Rosenberg Due at Cinema i" T ? Michel l; • .:i:ous Yid USSR Book Lists Jewish Scientists NEW YORK f.lTA) — The So viet Union n.>\\ ha.310,000 scieni. of whom about 10 percent — — axe Jews, according t< the C.';l'.>> Statistical Hand book, i*. was reported here thi.s Use nunilier of Jewish scientists, as well as the number of scientists in general in Russia, has risen since the la-t census in 1955. Five t ago, there were 224.000 -ci i in the USSR, with 24.620 of identified as Jews. Breakof comparisans between and 1960 show that Jewish scieati-:has-' increased in number* by 25 percent in the last five yean. *ffv' %  % K^gSV V !" [W LgB 1 i Hh*^ titiSi 1 ti %  "^B ^^-^ L_..S3r^ jr C£t ituarics MANDtL BtYtR Funeral Home In North Dade North Miami Beach will be the new ,-ite for the first Jewish Funeral Home located in the North Dade and South Broward areas. Cantor Emmanuel Mandcl this week announced his partnership with Harry W. Beyer, funeral director, in the formation of Beyer Funeral -Home at 16660 NE 19!h ave.. No. Miami Beach. Cantor Mandel. in addition tr his religious duties at Dade Heights Jewish Center, is also active in civic affairs, currently holding the post of chancellor commander of the North Miami Beach Lodge of the Knights of Pythias, and as a charter member of the Abe Horrowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans. Harry W. Beyer, member of the Florida Funeral Directors Assn. has served in the funeral profession in Dade county for the past 11 years. In addition to being past post commander of the Veterans f Foreign Wars, he is active in Boy Scout work OSCAR S. CAPLAN IS. of MOO K Buj Harbor dr., died .Ian H. He came here wlx year* ago fro !hl<*ago where he had been probati uilsc di Cook county. He was a World A'ar I veteran* a membemof the A me can, Florida and Oade Bur A.-.-n-. 'hfcago Club ol Greater Miami. B'nu li'ritli, ami a Zi'ini-I At the lamor Pittsburgh Pa nla death, be wan vice president and trust ol fleer "t Central Bank and Trust Co Surviving are hiwife, Sarah; .. son, Mitchell; and two brothers Including Hart-) Service* were Jan. 20 in Riveri>l lali were Jan 24 in Uiverhlde Memorial i 'Impel, Noi mand) i.-u MRS. ANNA CROSS 81, of 24( : l 'olliim ave ... Jai 21 She i aine lr-: e in year* ... • burgh She In survived • •.. a Mr&f til I % %  Penlck. Service* .|. i 13 in Ken man !•' inei al Home MRS. SARAH TAICHER .'".. of 286 gist .-t .i • i Jai !! She % %  line llele .-.-vin V... I;i... Il .u Atlantic i "it >. X J .-'I.I vivjmi nil %  % %  !.-. M I.. .i %  !. lack, Mi i Mlrljim l>n .u i and Mi I -iaildli I %  • .a-. Iicl alum i ... ii. I BeVt-1 %  '9 I • • Jag 12 in i:>... r Mi 'Mi 'hu iel, N'oi i'. .HI !.• CHARLES L. HOFMANN :. ol J910 TI -1 .-t Miami Beach .i %  d J Ian. IT. He wax a retired ileld dlrei or foi the I'.S I >e|iai tment %  •: !. il>.i %  M '-"ii a member ..t the Mahl Sin Inc. a charter member of the Urea ter Newirk i jlub, American Legion iiud %  >w i.-li War Veteran*. Surviving arc his v iw-. Minnie a son, and two grand i ii Idn n .-.%  v i. ... ., n.i |>ui ial were In Newark with Ktvertdde Memorial Clin•• %  i in charge l< cull) JONATHAN E. BEER :•, son "t Mi and Mr* AiOcn .1 fleer, and wan u member "i ch< Southwest Masonlti. •"(-• %  Survivinit ar< n .wife, Anita: a aon, Milton: a duugiiter, Mi-. Sydel Templln ind -igrandchildren. Services were Jan in Uol ilon Kunei al Ho • %  LAWRENCE K HOFFMAN •'•' %  of 117.". :'7tii ,-t.. •:.,.. Harbor i.-liniin advertising executive, i.eun-lved b) hiwife, Serena, and %  gon Alfred Service* were Jan. l* in Riverside Memorial Chupel. Nornian.lv [ale MORRIS PALLACK i, ol ::i"i SW 12th .-t died Jan 20 He came here M years ago ir N< Vork and was a member it Knights of l".vthia.-. Lodge IT" Surviving un hb .viie. Paula; a .-"ii Richard: three daughters, Mi— Ellen I: Pollack, Mrs, Sviieie Cartas and M Millie Suuch: ind two grandchildren. Services were .fan. 23 in RJverslde Me Ial Chapel, i touglas rd DON SEIOMAN •;.".. of ::r!7 NW i-t -t.. died Jan 22 He tame here 14 veal.ago from New V.ek JOSEF M. HOFFMAN 68, of 1311 NW lT'.th .-t.. died .Ian It Me came her.gig vear.ago and was president of Merit Jewels, Inc., I Mill, ami. Surviving are ht wife, Emeu II,. I tine; .me brother, and two Bisters, MORRIS SCHLUTKER 77. of :;:. I SW 4th st.. died Jan, 17 •tine here u; yeara ago from l_. caster, Pa. He isurvived u.v hie wife, I Srviceg were in Philadelphia with KivAnnie; tw.. eooe; three dautiht. r-. in' er.-i-le Memorial Chapel In charge "' 'ludlng Mr.-. Rebecca Berngtein; andl' 000 arrangements. 12 grandchildren. Services were Jan. 77 'x iii the Gordon Funeral Home with HILLEL KAUFMAN burial In Mt Nebo Cemetery. i ••"• of ;:; i Vs "' t., Miami Read died Jan. 10. He came here 1 •> years MYER L. GOLDMAN from New Vork and Is survived l hiui'e. Etachel; and two ulster* SerLEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY J u DOS'S COL R T IN A\D FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA ,N PROBATE. No. b-230-C IN RK: i:.-tate ..i JUSKt'H I. I:KM.\I;I:I: i % %  %  i NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Credl >r nd All I'ei %  ; i %  i Maims u l>em iii Ag.i Insi .-.. i : .-I.I • %  : Vi.'.i are hereby n itlfied a id req r I !•• present an> ilm„ a i i den mi A'hlch you I'I.I have against i tat.ol Ji >SEPH I. RKDINCIil: ., -i-eused late i.i M:\\ VuRK County, Ne.v York, t" the Count) Judges. ,r i lade County, ami file the name In their offices in th, County Courtnou>e In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months fr tii^ date ..i th fliei publication hereof, or the same w ill he barred IXH'IS N RRI >INf!KR Lev >. Leventhal .\ I loldateln Attornej 1 42ii N.K. 163rd Street North Miami Beach, Florida I .7. :.:-10-17 di-ih-Amcrii !y star, wh.i has playi -.v Molly Picon and in main \> >: %  with the late Maurice Sclnva::: all over the -— world, will make his first appearIncrefl5' anc on tne stl e of lho Cinema Theatre in more than five years. Martins Friday, .'a;: 27. The one-week personal appearance "of Rtisiii!)"will leature his [Hinlap. -Tamed skit. "Attj Boy. Getzel," in r "which the come :> .-tar will appear iGetiel. Well-know;: Yiddish-American : ; yerformers. inc'.j ling Leon Schech er, Gitel Stein, and many more. ... hi vill take part in the stage show al j he Cinema. The feature movie is "Greenlelds," Starr:. 4 Helen Beverl\ Mrs. Lee J. Cob!) Added screen % %  %  '•:.. ,i •• ,., i ..,,u„. Miami Firm Nmes Langner \ in A Lang: i r has been pro%  %  %  ... ol Ah xai I. r Hard.' are i lers Su] pi; I ,111 \u six i nths, he has its newly-enlarged CO 'lit. Before coming I i Miami, i tier was vice president and general manager Ol Connecticut Hardware & Mill Supply Co., of Danbur\. Conn. Langner and hiwife. Lillian, their sons. Sandy and Todd. and daughter. Dana, make their home at 11U1 NE 169th ter.. No Miami. :i. u: 330 %  oitii .-; Miami Beach, died .Ian, 16 He came here .-even vearago j :rmii Newark and was a retired opl >mI etnst. He Ii survived by hit wife, I Kthel: t" >nii.-. a daughter, a -.-ter -\ grandchildren and •..• greatgrandchildren Services .v.r.in New' irk with Rlveroide Memorial C %  %  i harge I oca lb HARRY MOSKOWITZ ;.*., I.I 1219 SW 15th died Jan 20 ii ,ii,.. ears ago fn i". New 1 • %  vivinn • • %  i laughtel Mr* %  • • \\ I'tlta l.i\ : • Ml. %  LOU'S CRESCP V. I • %  hi.i were Jan 12 In Gordon Fune .1 I lone ISIDORE FEINBEflG 71. ..! 2243 SW L'lst t.-i d'. I I., He came tare 2'.' years ago t on Ni .. fork Surviving ihi" i .. Kugi .-, %  I. were In New \ • ., *lth Rivera! le Met".irlal • %  %  : i .... rd .ii charge locally. DAVID BERMAN ::. of 101 Kuclld a i • I J %  He i -. v ..i-,_ \". Y. S V %  -,: : %  i uol • ... • %  : N %  •i SAMUEL B--KER • ; M. i r i %  • Mi MAURICE B. RPIKIS %  ', is %  i ...i j a n ii Wo II u i He %  rated %  Jew • store %  i %  • Surviving ar< %  i wife, Klele brother* and three •:• S< were In Atlantii i *lt> i' h Rl\ llemorl il i "hapel in charge loca' ISADORE MONASHEFSKV • is: MM : "i He cat he! .''. v i a r* .. • %  \. ... .11 I vva.a :'.,. %  l ei H ,. ,-id SjnAgogue V t r 3en ttraction is "i-iael." in Techm olor, starrin: K • ard G. Kohinson. ) wOrWerpf. Gardner to Speak S HOUSff^ Capt Leg canl-er i &"" 0 Lpeaker at Te%  %  Tile ii be guesi reth Jacob isterhood's "J %  i>h National und Night," i m.iay. Mrs. Bet ard Furman i~ ..I chairman. JWB Awards Retired Rabbi Rabbi Abraham Schwartz has received a National Jewish Welfare Board acknowledgment of outstanding volunteer chaplaincy service in support of the total chaplaincy program conducted for Jewish personnel in the Air Force and f rrr hosoitalized veterans at Key West. Fla. Rabbi Schwartz has been spiritual leader of B'nai Zion in Key West for 11 yearand the recipient of man^ awards for service in Key West from his own congregation, as well as from the Elks. He inow retired and lives with hiwife in Miami. FRED BLACKEII % % %  :. of i-'i KW "•'•Hi ave died I .in ?i He gra* a ptoclcbroker and un. here 10 yearii.i in.n. Port Chester \ \ He Ii Mirylved i>> hia wife, Annette two mnn, Robert and V-'tlter hi* mother and tw.. *|nterx Ber ii a ere Ian. '.' %  in Rlvertdde Memurial Chnpcl I touglaa i .1 "•i •': nein I'.IVIU .-i n, got:i • .i % %  .. i %  lughi :< .-• %  '%  \. • ; grandchU n, and four great' %  '. u : "' **-TTA HAAIA. deceased IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 49327-C IN RE: Kstate ol LEON l.l!.Ui:i:.\!.\N Iieiei-,.,1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereto given that i hoye filed -nv i-'uia. Rep • I and Petll Ion for Distribution and Final Ulacharge as :;.\. cuttix "t the estate of LB" >X i.u:r. %  KRMAN, decease I an I thai on the -Mil da) • r'ebi u : ipply t-. the Honorable Pounij .1.. lu of I'll. Coun Plol 'I af iii I'in.ii !:• %  : ,-i i • .i i i ,.,->.• %  i li.isth daj of Jan I'T I*A : liil.l'MAN MIl.Ti >N A i VI • ii \ %  : ." %  > IN COUNTY Jt c:.=!DADEL COl MT • FOI i : % %  v %  \OT.CE OF INTEN J' -KE APr-Ll SAT '. FOR F N -_ DISCHARGE \. %  .v.' lur fii %  a .... .-ial. of VEi I'.X and that on :•••;!. 11 i :.-..r^' T i 'lark • •• u •; lu i--.: i le i • .11 • 11 >. ilurid i i I ml hildn it >• > Vork v\ nil i; h.i. gi :•.. all) ii ..w ei • ::• New I-'uia ral H • %  • SAMUEL. FRIEDMAN ••••. of IT::Marseille dr., died Jan 21 ile .un.here i i vear* %  .;.• %  '• %  •. n Wn.-h ingion, I • i' He iwin lv il i" I wife Anna and a non, Joel Bervlc-i n • %  !•.• .fan L'.: in Rlv — de Mi Chapel, Normand) Isle HERBERT J GOLDSTEIN %  ••". of !-•'•:' Marseille dr., died Jan, i' 1 He i ime here 15 %  • i"ago from Nev Vork Survlvnra Ii wife. I.il 'i in .i -i.-t-r. M Bertram Be>er -..!•.in.I a lu ithi r Pel v i. MRS KATIE SHAVINi M, ol 161 West ave., died Jan I I SI came here 1" yearn >^" from At'untn -•ii v iv HIinct le her hush ind, R vv.. .-HI.-. Siifnuel and l*r. loseph i.. daughters, MrFo>e Po 11 tier ,ii.I Mr-. Bertha Ooldh rg; and nl [run Ichlldreu .-' % % %  \ ice* >v .-• Jon. I •i Kiv.r.. a. Memorial Chapel, Doug• I.I TillI -' : ill'. .-1 I.I i • i. Ml'RRAY i'AMN .: i SYI.\ I \ II ZEN, I Vei II •'-. %  • 'lie Estate of V'etta Hanin, I'• •• ised l.\K' 'I.I' .-HAi'li: VttOI llev l:s .1 fi : %  • % %  ::. t-n SAMUEL WILDER "::. ,.f 87 NE :5th %  -' No M lied Jan 1 1, !!• %  i time hi %  ears go Rochester, N.T 8ui iv n.; II. Inwife, EUI i tWi •. M i la Haskell ai I M i i h'l |. ill!' i Ii St' v 'i Mere i LEGAL NOTICE no" Dr. Arzt to Speak Dr. Max Arzt. professor of practical theology and vice chancelloi Jewish Theological Seminars of America, will be the guest -peak I the late service of TempU Emanu-EI on Friday evening Dr. Ai 7> will speak on "History in the Making." Dr Irvine Lehrman spiritual leader "of Temple EmanuEI. will officiate and Cantor Hirsh Adler will chant the liturgy, tina Lollob:. z resists the advances of Anthony Franciosa I this acipne from "Go Naked in the World powerful love ory co-stai: Ernest Borgnine, now at the Carib, Miami hd Miracle .isa'.res. Youth to Discuss "The Synagogue—An Integra; Part of My Life" will be the topic discussed at a United Synagogue Youth service and breakfast at Temple Tifereth Jaeobb on Sunday. IN THE C1RCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JLD'CiAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS FLORIDA. INCHANCERN. \; b'C sao iAVID H K H.SKY, • V K SKY, NOTICE a> PUBLICATION Pi I .M %  I %  %  • m* Ni v. Y A \ Y YO v : MKREi'.Y N \ • ., • v %  %  i r I Hvon e fit. ..'.i ..ii I -l.it i • in ItKRN tTKIN .v M.I.I BR .I la in I :.'. F m il... and ; % %  < in % %  .-.. • the bove i 'ir befor • th 271 h daj Kel ru in IM il hei vlsi loitfi -•• -v III be sntere %  against %  Dati i • M imi, 1 "ade Countj. I ,.i. tinS.'th •!.' • "t Jan tarj. 1961 i: B LBATHKRMAN i •;-•• k ol the Cln till C %  eall n.' K M I.V.MAN ivi.itv Clerk i ::. %  : 1-10-1" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.HiiRKBY OIVKN thai the inderalgned '!•—Ina t>' engage m %  .i.-1: %  • • -.— under the tiutltious name „f Uiisi: IN I-oa til ATION t'KNTElt at ltin .iiil'ir. Building, Miami, l-.a.. ,nti n.i:• %  registei o I nann with I he Court Of I -aite Count), Florida s.xMi I:I s Pi '\ S. 'le I 'VV • :: id i • ir i Hug Mi:. in l-i irld i \r..\i. i I'lNX v11 .•: ii. fur Sjimuel s F \ llll Ai -!• • Bl l Ml n • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW Ni TH i: is ; :: %  : :> %  %  i. • %  : -' %  n ..• %  .!:.-.%  • %  u • Intend* I %  %  ,• |{ i;r :•;: %  KKl.M Bin • %  in foi %  'One ol Ihe Nation's O/des' and lorgesf" 0ade Federal CSAVING 1 and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW \. : | ;' Vi;N thai Igi I. desir.ng I • %  '-:in indei the % %  %  • I'NRISK 81'XURIBM it 7000 s W -Till .\v e Mi glster -.n.i • aine w itli the <"' if %  '' nl i 'ourt of I '•' • %  %  ml iLOl K \s K i Rl \K' %  Su'i KKSSI.I:;:. OARf .v Ri >TH Vit..iiiev %  for Auplloant : • i.< w [„\ .-.[ l 20-27 :•.-!•> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, de* rlnj I • e 1 ga husine-n under til.fictHloue name of JAY CEE MAINTENANCE DIVISION at 2146 Pon< e de 1 %  u Bo le i ard Inen.lt.register -i Id I ime with the of the Cln of I) ute i 'niiniv i'. irlda WEATHERPROi iPINi. PRi >I>1 '8 .•' INC By: Joel Dian %  2 3-10-17 lUSIfrl M IU>I0N Pmidnt % ^^ n awmm.v^' NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICI N V E> %  IMPORT EN %  %  i \ ."



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Miami, Fla
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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!61
1
'Ofewish Floridian
1

folume 34 Number 4
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE IE WISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, January'27, 1961
Two Sections Price 20*
NOTED ZIONIST LEADER URGES BIPARTISANSHIP

huimed Party May Respond in Kind Gurion Settles
Cabinet Fight;
Crisis Hurdled
By MORTIMER MAY
A larger number of Jews in
He Republican Party would give
|6e to a fairer interpretation of
ie party its candidates. As of
w, there is in many Jewish
liarters a feekng that the Repub-
eans constitute an opposition to
rings Jewish. If an individual
Spublican leader does some-
ing that may be construed un-
endly by some Jews, it is likely
to be blamed on the party itself,
whereas a similiar offense by a
Democrat is charged off as a va-
gary.
Nixon buys a house with an in-
valid restrictive clause which has
no relevance at the present. It
becomes grist for Jewish mills
One replies and tells the true
facts: Many fine Democratic
leaders also live in the same area.
Yet no one apologizes A Repub-
lican ever seems suspect.
In truth, we have all through
the years had an abundance of
frienc's in both parties ani for-
tely only a few enemies, but
once a;'ain party affiliation fur-
nishes no clue whatsoever. In-
spect votes in Cong] ss and it
will bo observed that party has
never had significance when mat-
ters particular!) relating to. Jew-
i '. inieres are involved. Vir-
Coninced on Page 34
|)JA Inaugural Due Feb. 5
Top Leaders Set Stage
$72,740,000 in '61
Tor the 13th consecutive year, the United Jewish Appeal will launch
Itionwide campaign here in Miami Beach on Sunday. Feb. 5. when
It hol.s- its national inaugural conference luncheon at the Americana
hotel The campaign kickoff luncheon wilt climax three da>s of special
leadership meetings, during which important problems of the 1961 UJA
campai.-: will be discussed. Tin*---------------------------------------------
United Jt wish'Appeal seeks a min-|grant rcmii;s are given wt.,:
imum goal of $72,740,000 for its schooling in language, civilian sub-
lid programs for,585.000 per
v-jw CORRECTION
JERUSALEM(Jl'A The Ca phase of the dispute bet* i
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and Histadrut Secretary-General
Pinhas Lavon, which for a m atened >i.
coalition government, was ended Sunday.
The cr.d of the crisis came who. *---------------------------------------------'
the Cabinet, meeting Sunday, re
ived a letter from the Prime Min
ister in which Israel's elder -
man reiterated that he re I r
lecision of a seven-man ministi rial
committee which exonerated Mr
Lavon of r sponsibility f r the 1934
ccuirv mishap in a report on
Dec. 25 as "the last word." The
Ministerial committee was i
posed of representatives of six par-
ties, including two from Mr. Ben-
Gurion's our. Mapai Party.
sons in 27 countries including the
United Spates
Principal speaker at the confer
ajice luncheon on Feb. 5 will be
Maj. Gn. Haim Laskov, who hat
|ust retired as Chief of Staff of
the Israel Defense Forces after a
three-year tour of duty.
Gen. Laskcv. Israel's foremost
milita ;. commander, one of the
lead in1- ui t .; the Sinai cam-
paign ot 1958. is noted as one of
the country's jnost outstanding au-
thorilie> on immigrant absorption'
Continued on Page 12 A
Mtttf LSVIN
.. conference cheirman
Moroccans-Launch Bitter
Anti Jewish Propaganda
Mr. Ben-Gurion had challenged
the ministerial committee's re-
port. He said that the report
led to "half-truths, bias and mis-
carriage of justice." Because
those statements were interpret-
ed as tantamount to Mr. Berv
Gurion's ncn-eorrfidence in. his
own Cabinet members, there
were threats of resignations by
seme members of the Cabinet,
while Ben-Gurion himself had his
letters of resignation ready for
submission to President Itzhak
Ben-Zvi.
mmct promises punishment for guilty pace 6-a
HHJCt TERRORIZE COMMUNITY PAGE 70-A
Sunday. Mr. Ben Gurion's letter
of retraction, accepting the minis-
terial committee's decision on the
Lavon case a.- "the last word.*' was
PARIS(JTA)-A full-scale propaganda campaign, appears to be ^ {o ^ Cabinet bv HJnUter of
, de. i under way in the Kingdom of Morocco, its target the 290,000 remaining Justice Finhils Ro,Pn. chairman of
lop t^c Ne-- area of southern Jews. The campaign, developed in connection with the recent meeting :he sevCn-mar. ministerial commit-
Israel -,' a center for immigration of the Arab-African neutralist states in Casablanca, which President
ettlenu -nts. He was commander of; Nasser of the United Arab Republic attended, seems also to have been
spurred by the news of the disaste
Continued on Page 9-A
the Southern region of Israel be-
fore becoming Chief of Staff.
Dunn- his term as Chief of S'aff.
he developed and extended the Is-
rael Detcrise F :. ~ s>stem ol re-
cruit training rr.der which immi-
FINAL VIEW
Rogi
jers Blasts
Rockwell Party
WASHING'!'. \ JTA'-ln virtu-
ally his "iil public state
mentis Unite? States Attorney
General. William P. Rogers, speak
ing as chief lc,.' officer for the
government, tet :i "i George Lhv
coin R< kwe' \!i.encan Nazi
Party a j"
very a: -..- h-- of all American
tradtgbns and American concepts
of government" but said listing the
NazWa.- subversive would give
them un' w <>
Asked if th.2 Nazis should be
placed on the Attorney General's
list, Mr Rogers said: "I have seri-
ous questions about the wisdom of
ich an action. The purpose of the
^m to alert government hiring
officSb to the fact that state,!
Khave a subversive character.
K instance the group is insig-
I Continued on Page 5-A
that befell 43 Jews seeking to es-
cape Morocco to settle In Israel.
As memorial services were held
by Jewish communities in many
parts of the world for the Jews who
lost their lives when the chartered
yacht on which they were fleeing
the Arab kingdom foundered in the
Mediterranean. Moroccan news-, director-general of the
papers use^ieiri^ientfor attach .^^ .. r.^., ;, fu,, ,,
. in Haifa district court that a
Israel's Ambassador to France
Testifies in Espionage Hearing
TEL AVIV JTA) Walter F.y
[srael's Ambassador to France
on the Jewish community.
Al Fajr, a government organ,
declared editorially in a com-
ment en the disaster that Jews
should no longer be considered
Moroccans "since their one aim
is to leave Morocco."
(The Times of London noted in a
disptach trom Rabat that despite
assurances given a Jewish delega-
Continued on Page 3-A
known academy in the country
which the embassy represented."
Unlike the typical request, which
lull}*lodged at least one we-k
re the departure of the dipio-
matsi Eytan testified, in this case
the request was fit Issuance of an
exit permit within two days. Such
a request, he added, is regard''
a most urgent and irregular de-
Eytan testified thai a -certain parture."
.; asss urgently requested from The Uplamat also testified
Ithe Foreign strj an exit visa the work of the resc re; r.-i-sto
"forei Qt" left Israel imme
,', after the arrest of Aharon
ol the left-wing
un, who faces trial on es-
pionage char] -
Text Publishers
Admit Narrow
Minorites View
NEW" YORKiJTA)The direc-
tor of the American Textbook Pub-
lishers Institute admitted
v eek the accuracy of formal
charge that most textbooks usel
in American publje schools pre-
sent a one-sided picture in minor-
ity groups and promised prompt
action to correct such shortcom-
1 ing;.
Dr. Austin McCaffrey accepted
; changed." he said. "Views and
the charge by the Anti Defamation
; League of B'nai B'rith and noted
: that some of these books were
written years ago. 'Times have
; orientations have changed. N >
' one w ill say that texts developed
thus far are as good as they ought
. to be "
The complaint emerged from
a 10-month study of 48 textbooks
on social studies made by Dr.
Lloyd Marcus, director of the
ADL department of research and
development. Dr. Marcus assert-
ed that the texts have "a partial,
inadequate and distorted view"
of Jews, Nazi atrocities, Negroes
and immigrants.
As two examples, he cited a
statement from a problem of de-
mocracy text and one trom a world
history text. The first statement
was: "Some minorities have been
ridiculed for inferior education and
living standards. Jews on the
other hand, it is alleged, succeed
* to well too fast.' They do 'too well'
in business They are too able in
,1 They arc called pushers"
Tiie other citation reads: "In the
!3L'0'-. Hitler constantly attacked
tor one of its employees acting as1 was not limited I i whal he ivi is of the republic that
tary to a a ntific arch ered "reasonable limi ol m
lion which is a branch of a well- research "
Continued on Page 6-A
W. German Officials Defend Former Nazi Bigwig
spokesman confirmed that Dr.
Fritz Schaelfer, West German Jus-
tice Minister, was informed last
Sept. 5 that a preliminary investi-
gation had been opened against
Dr. Glohke by the Frankfurt pro-
secution office.
In connection with that probe.
Nat ttivities is now being, Christian Democratic Union Party
the Frankfurt pro-i members accused Hessian State
Motor's Office. A Government! Attorney General Fritz Bauer with
BONN(JTA)West German of-
ficials rallied last week to the de-
[ease of Dr. Hans Globke. State
Secretary and aide to Chancellor
Adenauer, who was the official
commentator on the Nuremberg
anti-Jewish laws of 1935
A criminal investigation of Glo-
bke "s
conducted by
having violated Dr. Globke's civil
rights by allegedly informing the
;,r. ss about the investigation before
notifying Dr Globke and Chancel-,
lor Adenauer
The Frankfurt office refused
to give any details of the investi-
gation, but it was believed the
probe was connected with char-
ges by Dr. Max Merton, former
Naii wartime administrator in
Greece, that Dr. Globke, as a
former Ministry of tne Interior
official, prevented the liberation
of lO.CCO Greek Jews in 1943.
Merten, who served a prison
term on conviction of war crimes
by a Greek tribunal, charged tha";
Adolf Eichmann. the S.S. Colonel
who implemented the extermina-
Continued on Page 16 A


Page 2-A
fjenitf flbrik&MI
Friday. January 27, 1961
Coca Cola Replies to Times Report from Cairo
_ ... ____ nMi Pole and other Am
Responding to a New York Times wire service report. Greater ghanis f ^SSSla Stst The SSS-
Miami.M have deluged The Jewish Flond.an w.th letters and telephon, nj the MM U L r by" g
calls urging action be taken against the Coca|ola Qpmpanj SkTaJabTr Jewish Nor, of .ho
The s.ory. reprinted locally in the Mum, Her.fi. quotes cVca-Lol_a E* survey, wiuch
bottling plant spokesmen in Cairo. in th(>M, l,HUni.-
Egypt, as declaring: 'The Coca- pn0nC calls to The Jewish Flondian. JJJ indicatC, ,hat the investment.
Cola Company has not and will
never allow Israel to bottle Coca-1
Cola."
According to the New York
Times report, the statement was
in response to the discovery of a
Coca-Cola bottle in a Cairo soft
drink house that had "strange"
lettering engraved on the bottle.
The outraged Egyptian pur-
chaser, concluding that the letter-
ing was Hebrew, reported the in-
cident to the police.
In response, the Cairo bottling
plant ot Coca-Cola said that "No
bottle bearing Hebrew characters
of the State of Israel has been
sciied." Continued the plant's man-
agers: "The bottle believed to be
coming from Israel is in fact a pro-
duct of Ethiopia, and the characters
it bears are Amharic."
It was then that the managers
Crown Cola and other American
?0ft drinks have followed Coca-Co,;,
into niimerou.-. overseas markets.
However, neither Pepsi-Cla nor
Royal Crown Cob. nor other Anu-r
lean sou drink companies have es-
tablished a bottling operation lot
their products in any of the conn- f
tries mentioned above, Including
In response. The Jewish Florldlan uhK.n would have to be made bj
promptly wired Coca-Cola in Atlan- ,ocal nationals to establish such hot- llu-., ,;,..,...-
ta and New York, requesting clan- [iing operation would be successful the country of Israel. We are con
fication of the New York Times ^ (his tj|m, ,1(K.m tna, the reason* tor then
story. Representatives of Coca- business con refraining from doing so are the
Cola's Miami plant contacted The ""Sj 'Jl'^'S E, same as these of the Coca-Cola Ex-
president of the local firm, which Jg^"^ a id-be in-
FUND RAISER
With solid ESSES, ceesaweitY
orgoni.ati.n ond p.hl.c re.ot,.-.,
seek$ executive pos.tion *.th prom-
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tensive experience supervis.ne cop.
ml and operating "**'""
fields of religion, health welfare
and higher educotioe. Mature, re-
sponsible hard worhina- Curr.culum
VTAl ^73. Miami I.Ha
declares:
"There are approximately 30
Coca-Cola Bottling operations in
various mid-Eastern countries.
All of these Coca-Cola bottling
operations are privately and inde-
pendently owned by local nation-
als of the countries in question.
The average investment required
to establish these Coca-Cola bot-
tling operations is approximately
I $1,000,000 per plant.
"The Coca-Cola Export Corpora-
tion has assessed and reassessed
vestor against going into the bot-
tling business where its best judg-
ment indicates that the economic
conditions appear to make the sue
cess of the venture doubtful. The
conditions in these countries may-
change for the better in the future
and it is hoped very much that they
will.
"The Coca-Cola Export Corpor-
ation's present position in this
matter is based purely upon looal
economic and market conditions
to be found in the countries in
question. It is extremely unfor-
tunate that a business decision
based upon such economic facts
could become involved in one of
the most tragic political situa-
tions existing in tho world today."
w&%y
eWtCt
The Coca-Cola Exp.rt Corpora- Meanwhile. Coca-Cola m New
tion feels confident that "^ Jua-; York wired The jewish Flondian on
ment in this matter is correct, not; Mondav dedanng in part thai
only because of its worldwide ex -Matters relating to the availability
perience in the bottling business gj^ J^ m handled
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! the 1061 campaign.
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Combined Appeal Leadership Dinner
Brings Campaign Total to $700,000 Mark
Spurred by an appeal [or 'Mi-
ami \o -ake its place among the
owing Jewish communities oftnc
n," an overflow audience of
R< eral hundred Jewish leaders re-
i-poncied with pledges at the Com-
. bined Jewish Appeal leadership
-iJ.nner on Sunday evening at the
.-Eden Roc hotel.
WAGNER WIRtS
Mayor Robert F. Wagner,
of New York, who was
scheduled as the principal
speaker at the Combined
Jewish Appeal leadership
dinner Sunday, could not at-
tend the meeting, but wired
his regrets t o campaign
. chairman Joseph M. Upton
in the following message:
"1 regret that the pending
harbor strike resulting in the
crippling of the railroads
I serving the'City of New York
? and the recent heavy snow
I storm which has aggravated
r the condition resulting from
E the strike make it necessary
wfor me to forego my antici-
pated pleasure "of joining
witn you in the opening of
your CJA campaign. Under
the existing circumstances
my first obligation is to the
citizens of New York whose
health, comfort and business
are seriously involved. You
I know I am sure of my con-
I tinued interest in the objec-
' tives of your campaign which
: I have joined with you and
| others in advancing for many-
years. You have my very
best v label for success in
f your endeavors.*'
ROBERT F WAGNER.
According to general campaign
chairman Joseph If, Lipton, pledges
announced at the dinner brought
the campaign total to nearly
$700.000.
Chairman of the dinner, Judge
Irving Cypen, called upon Fed-
eration president Sam J. Heiman
and Lipton to present the story
of the needs of Jewry here and
overseas, and to bring Miamians
up to date on the progress of the
1961 campaign.
To finance the minimum opera-
tions of CJA's 57 health, welfare
and social services both here and
abroad, more than S2 million will
':>e needed in the coming year, it
was indicated by Lipton. A large
part of the funds raised is required
by the United Jewish Appeal to'
meet the staggering burden of in-
tegrating thousands of newcomers
into Israel, and providing decent
housing for families still living in
the transient camps and shanty-
towns.
President fleiman revealed that
Miami's social services face a seri-
ous cut-back in 1961 unless ade-
quate funds are raised by the Jew-
ish residents of this area
Mayor Robert F. Wagner, of New
York, scheduled as principal speak-
er, was unable to attend the meet-
ing due to the pressure of his offi-
shifting into high gear include the
Business and Professions group,
General Solicitation and Areas, and
the CJA Women's Division, headed
by Mrs. Morris Goodman.
One of the interesting highlights
of the leadership dinner was pre-
sentation of her "generosity and
devotion to humanitarian causes,
and her unswerving support of the
Combined Jewish Appeal."
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An important planninq session of the CJA Wholesalers and
Distributors Division is held in the board room of Federation
to plan a cocktail party at the home of co-chairman William
Weintraub, 9290 N. Bayshore dr., Miami Shores, on Sunday.
4 p.m. Left*to right (standing) are Artie Kravtiz, division co-
chairman; Nat Winokur, chairman of shopping centers; Sid
Klein and Weintraub. Seated (left to right) are Perry Chester,
Marvin Bransdorf, chairman of the Jobbers Division, Ben Par-
ker, and Nat Roth, chairman of Manufacturers' Representatives.
"One of /he Notion's
Oldest and Largest"
vial duties, and the severe trans-
port strike in New York City.
A. J. Harris, a co-chairman if
the Initial Gifts Division, joined
Heiman and Lipton in conducting
the fund-raising portion of the pro-
gram.
Ernest Janis was chairman of
the reception committee, and Mrs.
Bernard Stevens headed the Hos-
Moroccans Launch Hard Hitting
Propaganda Drive Against Jews
tessses Committee.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, deliv-
ered the invocation.
The CJA Leadership Dinner
climaxed the efforts of the Initial
Gifts Division, of which Harris
and Julian Weinkle are co-chair-
men.
Other campaign divisions now
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San, agitation was increasing
against the Jews in Morocco.)
The screening of the film. Mtir
Kampf" depicting Nazi anti-Jewish
measures, provoked anti-Jewish ri-
oting at the cinema in Casablanca
last week. Young Moslem national-
ists were held responsible.
Le Monde, leading Paris daily,
reviewing the discriminations that
Moroccan Jews suffer either indi
vidually or collectively, asserted
that arrests of Jews had recently
increased and that even the most
inoffensive Jewish organizations
hwere regarded with suspicion by
Moroccan authorities.
Because of these disabilities, the
Pan-, daily said, Jews were "illegal-
ly" leaving Morocco at the rate of
! 2,000 a year. The daily added thai
the deterioration oi conditions for
.Moroccan Jews was particularly re-
grettable because Moiocco was
probably the only Middle East or
(Arab country where lews could live
harmoniosuly wi'.h the Mo.-lem ma-
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Number 4
Friday. January 27, 1961
10 Shebat 5721
Morocco Jewry's Dilemma
The Jewish community of Morocco is experi-
e:-.dug c deterioration in relations with its Mos-
lem neighbors. The relationship has been a
tenuous one for a long time, but frictions are
now mounting more rapidly than ever.
The Prica tragedy tends to righlight what
Moroccans these days call "i.legal Zionist in*
migration." Thai 43 Jews perished in the Medi-
terranean disaster has since received no sym-
pathetic word in the Moslem press.
Much of this maye be traced to the recent
Arab "summit conference" in Casablanca,
which UAR dictator Nasser attended, and which
subseguently adopted a boycott resolution
cgainst Israel. While the resolution said
nothing about boycotting Jews, generally, the
net result of the conference has been the start
of one, with Jewish wholesalers and other
tradesmen already suffering its ill-effects.
The particularly sad note in the entire sit-
uation is Morocco's intractable policy bannnig
Jewish immigration to Israel, while at the same
time engaging in increasing degrees of anti-
Semitism. The desperate effort of the Price
victims to escape this dilemma emphasizes the
point sharply. In addition, observers last week
reported that some 2.000 Jews have been ar-
rested, detained and interrogated since the
Arab conference at. Casablanca.
As "illegal Zionism" more and more be-
comes the target of Moroccan hatred these days,
the plight of the Jewish community there grows
apace.
Israel's friendship with the emerging
African nations is one of the glowing surprises
in the Jewish State's foreign relations field.
Some of the disheartening experiences Israel
has suffered among the Western nations during
the past years were not mitigated, but certain-
ly eased, by her triumphs with countries like
Ghana and Guinea, among others.
e
THE TIDE SLOWS IN AFRICA
In the case of Ghana, the Jewish State has
been particularly successful: Israeli technical
aid to this young African nation grows steadily,
and many are the students from Ghana in Is-
rael's schools and on her farms, learning the
ways of modern technology and agriculture.
The Black Star Shipping Line, a joint Israel-
Ghana merchant marine venture, amply dem-
onstrates the nature of the ties that have bound
the two countries.
All of which is by way of hiqhlighting the
disappointment stemming from President
Kwame Nkrumah's signature affixed to the
Casablanca Declaration during the recent Arab
"summit" there. The declaration, of course, in-
cludes the anti-Israel resolution which has since
contributed so much to the woe of the Jewish
community of Morocco.
President Nkrumah last week made hasty
essurences that his siqnature has nothing what-
ever to do with the by-now traditional feelings
cf friendship betwen his government and Israel.
But as clouds of concern darkened their pre-
vious successes in Africa, Israeli officials
watched and waited, increasing anxiety mount-
ing within them.
WPRtu..
Passing of Time Will Tell
We are happy to take note of the manner
in which the new Kennedy Administration
seems to maintain contact with Jewish affairs
here and abroad.
Since his installation, President Kennedy
has thanked the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica, greeted the launchinq of a new dental
facility at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem,
and lauded the programs of ORT overseas.
But it is in the realm of American affairs,
domestic and foreign, where the President's
record will be written. Mr. Kennedy, himse'f
an author, knows that good writing is a slow
and exacting process. Only the passing of time,
not his incidental if gratifying contact with
special croups, will tell how well he has
acquited himself.
KENNEDY'S PLEDGE
When Leaders Wrangle
Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the Amer-
ican Zionist Council, has struck back at Dr.
Joachim Prinz, president of the American Jew-
ish Congress, for the latter's suggestion last
week that Zionism dissolve as a movement in
favor of the development of a new group bind-
ing together Jews and Jewish organizations
throughout the world.
It is sad to note the overt wrangle between
prominent leaders.
The atmosphere attending the opening
and conclusion of the recent 25th World Zionist
Congress in Jerusalem has been strained to
say the least. Tempers are tuned to excessively
high pitch, and those who rise to offer sugges-
tions concerning the problems facing Zionism
today should expect to arouse in others the
instinct to answer.
Dr. Prinz, whose interest in Zionist affairs
goes back to well before his days as a rabbi in
Hitler Berlin, last week presented his view of
the outlook for modern Zionism. As such, his
statement was neither better nor worse than
many others of its kind, which attempt to
examine the condition of the Jew in the contem-
porary world, and to analyze the possibilities
concerning future prospects for diaspora Jewry
end Israel.
Most of these statements have been the
result of a realistic recognition of the plight of
Zionism today.
Rabbi Miller, who himself urgently sug-
gested the need for new Zionist goals as ear'y
as 1953, should know this better than anyone.
In answering Dr. Prinz several days ago, the
AZC chairman declared: "The problem faring
Zionists and Jews ... is not v/hether Zionism is
necessary, but whether it is strong. The gues.
tion is not whether Zionism should continue,
but whether it can fulfill its tasks."
However ardently Rabbi Miller mav offer
these views, it is not difficult to pick them apart.
For example: If Zionism is superfluous, why
should it be slronq? Indeed, whv should there
be any organized contribution to its existence?

MORE THAN ANGER NEEDED
The "if's" here are great ones. Dr. Prinz'
recommendations may hardly be the solution
to what ails Zionism in our time, but neither
does Rabbi Miller's reply really answer them.
They are merely angry expressions of the des-
pair facina Jewish leaders everywhere, who
hav been attempting to cope with the problem.
Anger can make no worthwhile contribu-
tion to intelligent action. Far more than anger
will be needed in the future to resolve the
ideologic difficulties confronting Zionist affairs
with increasing frequency and fever.
RECOMMENDATIONS here
last Wk for the Univer-
sity of California study of
American anti-Semitism being
conducted under the auspices
of the Anti-Defamation League
included a critical analysis of
the Jewish community to de-
termine the nature of the forces
motivating such a study, with
an eye toward eradicating pos-
sible element! of self-hatred,
and a- a means of clarifying the central aims of the project: an evalu-
ation of the effectiveness of this and other examinations of the root
sources of anti-Semitism, to which would be joined a dispassionate de-
termination ot those methods that have proved most valuable in ame-
liorating bigotry against Jews; a more pragmatic approach t< educa-
tion's role in the achievement ol the study's equally pragmatic end
iminution if not immediate and total elimination of anti Semitic
practices across the land.
It was also indicated here that the central purpose of studies of
pr< judice isn't necessarily to develop an effectivi antidote to manifes-
ons of it. The-i points "i vie* are not contradictory; as a matter
act, they ma> be easily reconciled. The ventilating process of in-
y, ii< If, advances thi experience ol cultural interaction. The
more we talk about dysfunction in human society, the more we expose
elv< to < irr etfve opportunity.
. ge< ms to me, represents a n na for st \
posure. But it would be repeating tired methods m -iu-
v,i i k | rograms and university levi 1 rkshops, -mcc
largel} il noi eni the; focus upon the rigid adult mind, where
,.!;,,, Dac ... rn he besi remedial effects these palliatives
can offer. Educal ild rather begin al the lowet levels-of ele-
mentary school, in which unabashed discussions ol anti-Semitism may
at least stand a fighting chance against the poisonous hatreds already
invading a youngster's consciousness .it home and church.
IN THIS REGARD, I mentioned last week the vast educational aid
programs currently being considered by President Kennedy's new
administration. The President, himself, during his campaign for office
frequently indicated that Federal assistance must go beyond dollars
alone that aid. in the best sense, should include an infusion of cul-
tural and intellectual values of which the nation's schools are today
singularly and largely devoid.
Opportunity conceivably exists here for the advancement of cur-
ricular changes dedicated to the study of anti-Semitism, generally,
and racial and religious prejudice specifically. At no time in our past
history, including the heyday of the Roosevelt era. was there a more
fertile atmosphere in which to foster worthwhile human relations
efforts blessed by active Presidential identification in a better than
nominal sense.
But to be effective in its recommendations for education, the Uni-
versity of California project would necessarily have to broaden the
study's present horizon from its self-imposed restriction of anti-
Semitism as an American phenomenon. Distinction is often made be-
tween this brand of Jew-hatred, with the accent on socio-economic
bigotry, and the European variety, which tends to express its prejudices
in the political arena. Neither do such tenuous distinctions end there;
for we also hear expressions of gratitude, piously voiced, over our
"benign" native prototype and its easily-borne burden in contrast to
Europe's.
The sad fact is that American anti-Semitism has its taproots in
the Old World. To set up distinctions between the two forms is to
engage in interesting social science categorization: it is tantamount to
inquiring whether a color-blind man's eyes are green or blue.
:- -: -f
HARLES DICKENS MEANT no harm in his characterization ot
^* Fagin. But the impact of "Oliver Twist" on the school youth is
to reinforce the rationale behind the anti-Semitism expressed at home
and church. This is equally true for Shakespeare. Chesterton. Belloc
and a host of other works of literary art that have long been a tradi-
tional part of the nation's educational curriculum. No less does the
Jew appear in history as a money-lender, shiftless exile, roward. and
shirker of manual labor, with the accent on these characteristics and
liule or no examination of the elements from which they emerged.
It is beyond dispute that the anti-Semitic attitudes they strengthen
in later years have no basis in indigenous American experience. For
native literary parallels. Mich as those found in the short stories of
Faulkner, the novels of Hemingway, and the poetry of T. S. Eliot or
Ezra Pound, rarely if ever accost our nation's youth before late hn.b
school or early college level, when prejudice has bcc<*me of the Intrac-
table variety to which Brotherhood Week programs and Interfaith
seminars listlessly address themselves.
It is thus a central necessity to combat in the elementary school
grades the negative symbols concerning Jews and Judaism that are a
classic part of the curriculum, and to trace the symbols to theii
European sources. In this process, there will be no need to rcw-
history merely to attjusl the texts that presumably teach it. If the
image of the Jew is limned in the prejudice of European society al d
the ait reflecting it. let America's youth who study the image a- .
incidental part of the whole recognize it for what it has always b.
an educators hoax derived by putting the distorted heart befon
the course.
-"- i;
IN SHORT: If the Jew is no farmer by European experience, let it be
made clear that Europe did not permit him to own land; if the J<
was a moneylender, let it be made equally clear that other occupation-
had once been deliberately barred to him.
Seen In these terms, the University of California study's rc*tru I
to American anti-Semitism becomes an absurditv which! incidentally
undermines seriously its proposed survey of Christian parish eduCi
tion. For it is here, principally, that prevalent attitudes toward Jews
are forged. To deny the one-to-one relationship between classic snl
Srmitism and the New Testament is to be optimistic about interfaith
relations beyond the point of no return.
European anti-Semitism is the monster child of New Testa me I
anti-Semitism. Both are the insipient elements of our own "favored
socio-economic variety. Despite such minor Missal deletions as Pius
XII and John XXII have made in the Catholic world, and the general
humanistic impact of a vague Deism on the Protestant, it would be
loolhardy to anticipate even for the far future a New Testament devoid
of its teeth the Jew as object lesson in the matter of shunning the
Christian Messiah.
Only by launching the battle in the elementary school can the
supporting effect of this doctrinaire philosophy on our nations secular
anti Semitic experience be challenged
,k JuC cducativc Process is two-way street. If we aim to instruct
he Christian community in an acceptance of a more realistic image I
TL! ?' !. TSt a probc Jewish Prejudices, as well. In this regard,
Jew h attitudes toward the Negro may be even more important than
the i mvcrsity of California's proposed study of the elements of Negro
-nti-Semitism. I-or a final view, next week.


Friday, January 27, 1961
fJmidh fterik/iart
Page 5-A
UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
Jews are Prominent in Both Parties


EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian
Perhaps the best answer to .Mor-
timer May's article in last weeks
Jewish Floridian was the appoint-
ment ol another Catholic as chair-
man oi the Democratic National
Committee. This move was ma;e
although.the Democratic! now have
in office the nati< n'a first Catholic
President, and orrly once has a
non-Catholic been named national
Chairman in recent decades.
Mr May. by his article, is add-
ing highly volatile fuel to the fire
the allegations that Jews vote as
Jews and not as Americans. There
are many instances that show this
not to be so. One of the best ex-
amples was the 1956 Democratic
Cohen Will Chair
Academy Dinner
On Sunday evening. Feb. 12. the
Hebrew Academy will celebrate its
Bar Mitzvah anniversary with a
dinner at the Fontainebleau hotel.
B. I. Binder, president of the
Academy, announced the appoint
ment ol Miami Beach City Council-
man Wolfie Cohen as chairman ol
the dinner.
In, accepting the appointment.
Cohen said that "after 13 years of
growing up. the Hebrew Academy
has come of age. From one grade
and eight students 13 years ago, we
have grown to 350 students, from
kindergarten through junior high
school. This is a tribute to the ad
ministration and faculty of the
school, as well as the countless men
and women who have stood by the
school to nurture it and help it
grow."
Binder said that "a high point
of the Feb. 12 program will be a
tribute to the members of the Mi
ami Beach City Couucil for their
sympathetic understanding of the
Hebrew Academy's (rowing needs."
Cohen is owner of the Rascal
House restaurant, and is also brown
for ais many civic and philanthro
pic endeavors
Proceeds of the dinner will go to
the scholarship fund of the Acad
emy io provide full or partial
scholarships for more than 80 per-
cent oi its 350 students.
primaries, when predominantly
Jewish precincts voted heavily for
Adlai Stevenson against Estes Ke-
lauver. although Sin. Kelauver had ;
In far a friendlier attitude toward
Israel and many Jewish causes
than Gov. Stevenson.
Indeed, Jews of various eco-
nomic strata lend to vote in lines
parallel to the general populace.
When leaving the cities for the
suburbs, they take on Republi-
can tendencies.
But this is not the principal ob-
jection to Mr. May. His argument
that Jews should not be "overwhel-
mingly" identified with the Demo-1
cratic Party is no more valid than j
to say Jews should not be in simi-)
lar numbers identified with anti-
defamation activities, with philan-
hropic causes, with the United |
Nations or UNICEF, with civil li-
berties organizations.
And Mr. May goes a step fur-
ther. He apparently not only would
have Jews less identified with the
Democrats, but more identified
vith the Republicans, not because
if that party's principals but mere-
ly to 'balance the scale."
This is the same type of thinking
that actually led some Jews to sup-
port Hitler in Germany until late
in the '30's
Jewish voters hasten to back Sen.
Jacob JavHs, of New York, not be-
cause he is a member of the GOP,
but because he is a good United
States Senator. They might have
supported Gov. Nelson Rocketel-
ler in far greater numbers than
Vice Presit nit Richard Nixon, who
chooses to stay at restricted hotels
again immediately after his defeat.
I am certain that liberal Repub-
licans wiii continue to draw the
support of liberal Jewsand that
very conservative Jews wi.l back
Sen. Goldwater just as very con-
servative Christians do.
President Kennedy's nnminr ;
of cabinet members Ribicoff and
Goldberg was based largely on the
men's abilities, not their religion
Col Jacob Arvey is a prominent
member of the Democratic Natio-
ial Committee, not because he is
Jewish, or can deliver the Jewish
vote, but because he is a skilled
politician and leader of men.
All in all. Mr. May had better
suggest that too many Jews arc
identified with Zionism, and not
enough with ihe American Council
for Judaism. Or is that the very
type of thinking he fights on the
one hand, and proposes on the
jther?
FELICE P. SCHWARTZ
Kendall
Miami insurance men come forward to accept their assign-
ments in the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal, following a fund-
iaising luncheon here. Harry Diamond (riqht), chairman of
the Miami General and Life Insurance Division, is seen issuing
CJA workers' kits to (left to riant' Theodore Levy, Robert Levir.e,
Barrett Beckerman, and Paul Seiden.
Klutznick Named UN Envoy
By Special Report
NEW YORK Philip M. Klut?
nick, general chairman of the 1961
United Jewish Appeal, was Wednes
lay appoin'ed one of three deputie-
with Ambassadorial rank to the
United Nations by the new Kennedy
Administration.
The New York Times reported
here that Mr. Klutznick. who is also
nrcsident of the American Friends
>f the Hebrew University, will bs
; vorking directly with U.S. Ambas-
sador to the United Nations Adlai
E. Stevenson.
The Kennedy appointment, ac-
cording to the Times, comes as a
consequence of the rising need for
(U.S. delegation liaison with the
| rapidly-expanding membership of
I .'he United Nations.
Klutznick's jor will be as a spe-
icialist in economic affairs.
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Rogers Blasts
Rockwell Party
Continued Frettl Page 1-A
nificant in terns of numbers.
"The very name 'American Nazi
Party' is sufficient warning to
anyone contemplating the em-
ployment of a member of the
group. It goes without saying
that the Justice Department
views this group with repug-
nance; it represents the very anti-
thesis of all American traditions
and American concepts of gov-
ernment. There is no doubt that
this opinion is soared by other
Federal officials as well as by all
sensible Americans.
"Under the present circum-
stances, 1 seriously doubt the ad-
visability of having the United
States pioceed against such a group
in a pnlonge I hearing and thus
giving It considerable publicity
which it cannot otherwise obtain.
"Such action would not be effec-
tive in terms ol curtailing the activ-
ities Of the group. Of course, when-
ever their activities involve a viola-
tion of'law, proper prosecutivc ac-
tion Should be taken against the
trouble makers, as has been done on
Occasion in the past."
Passover:
15th Nissan 5721 (April 1, 1961)

Iducator to Speak
Dr. Leu H. Silberman, director o!
graduate Studies at Vanderbilt I'm
lersity in Nashville. Tenn., will rep
resent the Jewish Uhautauqua So-
piety as lecturer at the University
Florida in Gainesville from Feb.
12 to 16. Dr. Silberman will par-
|cipate in the Religion-in-I.ife Week
rogram to be held at the univer-
ty.

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Two reasons why Spring is the most exciting time to fly to Israel
Spring is when all of Israel takes on a holiday atmos-
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weeks of each other. Billions of flowers take over the
fields. The cities throb with excitement. The people are
at their most joyous. Even history seems more meaning-
ful. As you might have guessed, Spring is when EL AL
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Friday, January 27. 1961
SEES JEWISH DELEGATION
Morocco Solon Vows Hard
Time for Trouble Makers
RABAT. MOROCCO(JTA>Crown Prince Moulay Hassan, liberal
Foreign Minister of Morocco, told a delegation of Jewish leaders who con-
ferred with him here that person- responsible for anti-Jewish act- in
Morocco would be "severely punished.'*
Pledging that measures will be
t. ten "to restore the situation to
normality."' with regard to treat-
ment of Moroccan Jews, the Crown
Prince told the Jewish leaders thai i
he "regretted" the various anti
.)< wish incidents that occurred here
1 < i ently.
The Jewish delegation was head-
ed by Meyer Obadia, president of i
the Moroccan Jewish community,
aid included Grand Rabbi Danan,
as well as Dr. Leon Ben7.10.uen.. for-
merly a member of the Moroccan
cabinet. The Crown Pr'nce had
a number of incidents, which took
place particularly durirg the re-
cent visit to Morocco of United
Arab Republic President Carnal
Abdel Nasser. Also a few days
ago, Casablanca police cordoned
off a sector of the city inhabited
almcst exclusively by Jews, ar-
resting about 100 Jew*. Those
arrested were released aPer be-
ing detained by the police for
about 24 hours.
Reports reaching Paris from
with him. during the conference. Casablanca state that a boycott
Minister of the Interior M'barck! against Jewish wholesalers has
B kkai. started in Morocco as a result of the
: Arab "summit conference" which
The Jewish delegation had pro- i00k place there with the participa-
tested to the Crown Prince against tion of president Nasser. The con-
ference had adopted a boycott reso-
lution against Israel. Nothing w.is
mentioned about boycotting Jews in j
Morocco.
About 300 Jewish wholesale mer-
chants in the Moslem district of'
Derb Omar are reported from Casa-
blanca to be "in a desperate situ-;
ation" as a result of the boycott
Fear is expressed the boycott will
spread and will he accompanied by
increased anti-Jewish propaganda
on the part of extremists.
("The fate of the Moroccan Jews
and their desperate situation should !
be of concern to the entire world."
| the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung I
(declared in an editorial last week/
Depicting the plight of Moroccan j
| Jewry and refusal by the authori-
ties to permit them to emigrate to
Israel, the leading West German <
paper said: "Morocco may consider j
the problem a political one: but.
outside the Arab world, only prin-'
ciples of humanity should be ap
plied.')
Young Judeans meet Tuesday nights at Temple
Ner Tamid. New group for fifth and sixth
grades was launched at the Temple recently.
Bottom (left to right) are Susan Cohen. Carolyn
Kaufman, Howard Green. Kathy Fineman. Sec-
ond row are Susan Lipman, Stevent Steinhardt,
Steven Mankes, Ronnie Meisner, David Lack.
Third row ate Mvra Marks, M'Liss Regent,
Alex Woolf. Judy Glasberg, Linda Saben.
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
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because the folks at
GOLDEN ISLES are sell-
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what I think I'm worth.
They take a beautiful
WATERFRONT LOT, big,
too, and build me on
it. I'm a FINE house.
I've got EVERYTHING.
I'll stay young for years
and years. Yet those
GOLDEN ISLES folks are
selling me for JUST
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that, too, when you
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over. I'm peeved now,
but I'll make a really
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Goodwill Industries, in coopera-
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a training program in upholstering
to physically handicapped persons.
A limited number or openings are
available now for a six-month
course in fundamentals of uphol-
stering. Tuition will be provided
free to eligibw handicapped per-
sons. In the second half of the
training period, there is an oppor-
tunity to earn while learning
Interested persons who arc able
to stand and move about at work,
lift up to 50 pounds, and cm handle
small objects, should contact Good-
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Miami.
NEW! NOWI FREE!
The 24-Year Hebrew-English
Calendar (new edition) that
now pives you every Hebrew
date and day of the week from
October 1940 to September
1964. Also every Jewish holi-
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Continued from Page 1-A
tolerated the traitorous acts of
Jews and Communists."
Dr. McCaffrey said that the ADL
study appeared to be "very objec-
tive, very searching" and that it.
merited "a great deal of attention"
in the book publishing industry, i
The ADL study established that
the treatment of Jews in the text-
books continued to suffer from
overemphasis on their ancient past
at the expense of their status to-
day. "Much space.is given both
to democracy's heritage from the
ancient Hebrews and to the pro-
gress of the state of Israel But
most texts fail to present a varied,
true-to-life picture of Jews in,
America today." the report said.
"Only a few do an adequate job
of highlighting past and present!
participation by Americans of
Jewish faith in the many phases of
our national life.
"Textbooks accounts of the
crucifixion, though seldom link-
ing Jews to this event in the
harmful manner of older books,
continue to be too superficial to
help dispel misconceptions that
may underlie some feelings of
anti-Semitism," the ADL study
emphasized.
The ADL also found that Nazi
persecutions of minority groups
are inadequately treated "About
one-third of the books examined
omit the topic entirely." the report
-ays "In fact more than three-
quarters of them slight or mini-
mize what the Nazis did to their
victims. Several texts on world
history, however, contained excel-
lent material on some aspect of
the problem: usually Hitler's racist
theories, the identity, both Jewish
and non-Jewish, of his victims, or
the sucessive stages of brutality
that culminated in ma murder-
seldom the number of victims, of
the international reaction and con-
sequences of the Nazi assault oa
innocent people Pictorial illustra-
tion of this topic is very seldom
included Taken as a whole, only
one fully satisfactory account waj
found "
Judea School
Reveals Openings
Temple Judea announces a few
openings in the daily nursery kn
dergaitsn school for the new -ernes
ter starting Feb. 1. Children who
were three years old by Jan 1
through kindergarten age are elig-
ible
Program includes music, dancing,
arts and crafts, dramatic play,
story telling, and field trip-
A morning session is offered, and
transportation i- available.
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Friday, January 27, 1961
vJenisfi ttcridSan
Page 7-A
Our Valentine to You
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ii
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Shunned Political Party May Respond in Kind
Continued from Page 7-A
tually all Jews arc for a fairer
immigration policy, and one can
unequivocally say a more tra-
ditional American attitude. Many
feel that the Republican admini-
stration should have worked hard-
er for liberalization; yet lew
seem to realize that the present
restrictive legislation was enact-
ed by a Democratic Congress and
that the acl itself I oars the name
of two Democras McCarren
and Walter i >nce a fain how few
Jews know thai during the eight
years ol thi r Admini-
fim to Israel
illed the amount
n to l.-i. the UJA and
xcei e of Israel Bonds
fi r thai period!
An imbalance of over 80 per-
cent Democratic simply tends to
givi to the Jew a distorted view-
point .'i party merit. With a Jew-
ish press as already mentioned
entirely pro Democratic, what
other results can be expected?
Certainly much of our basic data
must come from Jewish journals;
Ihe general press on a nationwide
basis devotes scant attention to
specific Jewish items. Under
present circumstances, a bal-
anced view of both parties is not
available through American Jew-
ish sources.
In this connection, it should be
mentioned that in Israel, with the
perspective of distance, a fairer
appraisal is possible: that Israe-
lis and Israeli newspapers were
not by any means all out for the
Democratic Party. As a footnote
to this, in the last camnaign. pro-
JVixon statements from Israel, put
one bit more evidence of the dan-
ger of unilateral party adherence.
The upshot of belonging for
keeps to one party is to produce
ior the group so committed poli-
lical impotence; the party that
owns you takes you for granted,
the other party writes you off as
aifording no potential. Two ll-
rationa may clarify- thi.s politi-
cal axiom, one we shall take from
I and; the other from the
tinted States
In England, the Jew apparen !\
belongs to the Labor iSociali-t")
th< 3am< ratio as
Ihe American .1. w does to the
Democratic. In any case, there
are now 22 Jews in the House of
Commons; 20 are Labor and two
Conservatives this in spite of
the overwhelming victory of the
Conservatives in the last British
i lection. Can one say that the
British Jew has received a re-
ward tor his loyally'.' Let us re-
call Attlee and Bevin; the latter
was the nearest thing Britain has
produced to an anti-Semite in re-
cent history.
What about Suez just four years
O? Labor took a most pro-
nounced stand against Kden; it
was a decisive factor in undoing
joint effort of England.
France, and Israel to remove
11 power .i foe Of the West and
oi democracy and. as is usually
the c.isc. an enemy of the Jew.
-No, the British Jew simply be-
longs to the Labor Party. The
10-1 Labor representation just ci-
ted shows clearly that Jewish vo-
ters did not resent the Labor Par-
ty s action on Suez, or if they did,
could do nothing about it, since
it was their own party which was
the offender.
In the I'nited States, the Negro
furnishes an excellent illustration
of how being owned by one par-
ty renders the group innocuous.
For two generations after the Ci-
vil War, the Negro voter was Re-
publican. He really had no where
else to go. The Democratic Par-
ty in the South had for its slogan
"The Democratic is t h e White
Mans Party." The Northern
wing could not for many years
really disassociate itself from
the Solid South; for without that
firm base there, would have been
but little left of the party. So the
Negro voted Republican where he
could vote. The Republican gave
him but formal notice; the Demo-
crats ignored him. Gradually,
more Negroes moved North; the
Northern Democrat began to be
aware of his presence. Roose-
velt, in particular made, as we
have noted, a strong plea to mi-
norities including the Negro. The
N.lto caught on, and for the first
time, his vote was available. As
hi- vote was .-ought, the parties
legan to consider the Negro's
. bilities and to take some
- toward amelioration.
Since the Negro has become
Beach League Installs Officers
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Aloe,
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is Siege! and Harry L. W< bb.
presidents; Gustave Preei
executive secretary; Danit-1 M.
treasurer; Ruth Freeman,
' ordinj secretary; William
11 responding secrets y;
Lenore Hauer, financial si e
tarj
l Diversity <.f Miami musical i
singi rs directed by Ladis'aa
Viado, presented highlights from
Die Fledermaus." by j0h, in
Strauss. Included in the cast were
Susan Dringar. Linda Robil
Ann ( ngelo, Gabriel Done- Bill
Eastham and John Ireland
Business Forecast
At Men's Dinner
Economic forecasts, bo'h local
end national, will he m the wind
V :'' toan-
* ii as Prophets
ol Prosperity Gloi n" at the
1 mple Bmanu El Brothe h
-' forum
1 Dale S. Ren; ult, bus nets ed
< .Miami Beach Sun; Jai
Kn- basini the Mi-
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r,t of the Mercantile \.- ional
Bank Miami Beach; and L.
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of America. A renou rxed \eedei on
tl c national Jewish scene he wot
among principle personalities >>i the
Committee for Nixon-Lodge. Mr
May n d noted Republican, and iti
this concluding article series pubhsl <,'. exclusively m Tht
Jewish I d i i. I i i .. -<" i: poet-
ical counsel t<> the American I
community which thould prove
novel anil ru : oeative.
two-sided, we have witnessed
abolition of segregation in the
armed services, in public trans-
portation, and the decision of the
Supreme Court abolishing it in
the schools. Two civil rights laws
have been enacted by Congress,
the first since Reconstruction.
In the campaign just concluded,
the parties vied with each other
in favorable platform planks. The
Democrats in particular disre-
garded the South, risked losing
Solid South votes, to win the sup-
port ol liberals and Negroes in
the North All the Negroes" poli-
tical advance may not be due
to his political reorientation;
some in part is the "Zeitgeist,"
but had the Negro remained al-
mosl tot lly bound up in one par-
ty, his progress would have been
greatly retari d
The two party system has
worked well in the I'nited States
The American brand in particu-
lar iffers om all others in thai
by and large il has nol -
ti I ups and ide< logies in one
pa*".-; each parly, we have noted,
ha- had its liberal and conserva-
tives and reactionaries, in legi-
sis ivi ha Is, 'he representatives
are not botud to follow a party
line: th re is a sense Ol discipline.
but unlike most other parlia
me.T.s. there is no coercion.
The American Jew. who now
finds himself the most imbal-
anced.should give serious thought
to the fundamentals of the Ameri-
can political scene. He should
.;^k himself first of all if by his
own commitment he does not
stand athwart the ethos of our
political \say of life; if he is not
contributing by the solidarity of
his vote to an alteration of the
political system, a change which
would commit groups and ldeo-
logies into solid adherence to one
or the other party, and thereby
to destroy the principle of the
concurrent majority. Moreover,
the risk Is real that if the Jew
continues 80p!u percent Demo-
cratic, if he treats the Republi-
can Party as an antagonist, the
party may respond in kind, a con-
seouence that would be most un-
fortunate for Jewish well-being.
Political wisdom in a demoraey
like ours dictates that an inindivid-
ual or a group must be available
in the sense that cither party
can by its actions, its policies,
its leadership, its platforms win
or lose support. It is* this that
keeps the politicans sensitive to
public opinion. Without any
doubt, there la a preponderant
number in both parties who vote,
always one way without varia-
tion, an inert and ineffective fac-
tor. We have, however, a small
group who think and weigh issues
and candidates. Since most elec-
lions are determined by a swing
ol a few percentage points, these
thoughtful ami available few bulk
large and most often decide who
shall be the winner. To be in a
position to reward by your vote
the candidate a n d principle in
which you believe, or or. the eon-
trary to rebuke those you oppose,
is nol only political sagacity, it
i- also the basic element in polk
tical strength, in the constella-
tion of t h e American political
Structure, a constant Jewish vote
of overwhelming proportions for
the Democratic Party year after
year produces political impo-
tence
Scripture admonishes. "Put not
thy trust in princes." One might
for our time substitute party for
princes. George Washington
warned of the dangers of parti-
sanship. Heeding two. such emi-
nent counsels, should not the
American Jew. now that the fact
of his extraordinary adherence
to the Democratic Party is well
established, seriously ponder his
political position? He will. I feel
sure, find that such an almost
total commitment is not warran-
ted by the merits of the party,
nor does it represent political wis-
dom. A full discussion. next election i.s some years away,
can be conducted now with bet-
ter perspective, it should have
a high place on American Jewry's
agenda.
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Gurion Settles Battle;
Cabinet Crisis Hurdled
Continued from Page 1 A
tec. The Cabinet "took note" of I
the new Ren-Gurion letter and the
| crisis was resolved.
But while the Cabinet crisis is j
now over, the Prime Minister still ,
faces a fight inside his own Mapai |
party on his demand that Mr. Lavon
eiihcr resign from the secretary-
generalship of Histadrut, or be
tired from that post as chief execu-
tive i t Israel's Federation ul Labor
The Mapai cris:> sharpened last j
week after Mr. Lavon >ent a lettei
| to each member Ol the Mapai -
retariat, criticizing .: decision to set
i up a party committee to examine
the Lavon case. The Mapai com
mittee was to probe into statements
on the 1054 "security mishap'
made by Mr. Lavon before the Se
A new group for teen-agers, 14 curity and Foreign Allans Commit
to 18 years old. has been formed at (tee on the Knesset. Israel's I'arlia
Knesseth Israel Congregation in mcnt.
New Teen-Age
Group Formed
5 Affiliation with the National Con-
ference of Synagogue Youth.
New officers are Benny Fields,
president; Steve Bernstein, vice]
president; Charles Koch, treasur-
er; Abe Einhaber, recording sec-
retary; Daniel Shain. correspond-,
inc. secretary.
Activities include bowling, carni-
vals, movies and picnics.
Leader of the group is Rabbi
Jerry Chirnnmas. director of the
Accused of violating a party de-
Former UPI Man
Forms Ad Firm
Ronald Levitt, former Florida
United Press International cor-
respondent and advertising-public
relations executive, has announced
the formation of his own public
Southeast"'rcgioTn'of NCSY. Meet-! relations firm with offices at 623
Inga are held at Kncseth Israel, j Bnekell ave.
1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach.
Chamber Board
Picks Glukstad
Board of directors of the Miami-
narie County Chamber of Com-
merce international affairs depart-
ment has elected
a new slate of of-
i;cers.
Sig M. C.luk-
;ad. president of
United Forward-"*
trs Service, has
been elected pre-
sident.
Frank C.atteri.J
\ ice president!
lor Latin Ameri-"
can sales of the
Service Machinery
do first vice president
Benjamin R. Atkins assistant
i iab ct sales manager of Pan
Amer i an World Airways, is
i nd '.i. pre:id< nt
i Ir.; : al affairs department
;l the Chamber has a member-j
}hip ol 900 Next IAD meeting is
a lunch'', n ;it the Dupont Plaza
hotel on Wednesday.
GIUKSTAO
Corporation is
The firm will have a department
specializing in shopping center and
real estate development, in addi-
tion to its general public relations
counselling services to business.
Levitt was with the United
Press from 1954 to 1957, and since
that time has been associated as
news director and accounts su-
pervisor with a local advertising
and a public relations firm.
He was graduated from the Uni-
versity ol Miami, where he was
winner of the outstanding freshman
award in 1949. An editor of the
Miami Hurricane, be also served
as chancellor of Tan Epsilon Phi
social fraternity, and a member of
Omicron Delta Kappa. He has
been a resident of Dade county for
nearly 20 years
During the Korean War. he
served In the Navy .1- public re
lations director in Europe, Africa,
South America and the Far East.
While In the Navy, he won the De-
partmenl ol Defense Award in 1953
for editing the b< si overseas mili-
publication.
Levitt, his Wife, Geraldine, and
their two children reside at 7890
SW 17 St., Miami.
cision enjoining all parties to Ihe
dispute to maintain "a truce of
silence," Lavon said after send-
ing his letter that he was merely
criticizing the decision for a new
probe. That decision, he held,
was taken only in response to
"pressure" caused by a previous
statement issued bv Ben-Gurion.
So far, the Mapai investigating
committee has not materialized
Two of the Cabinet members
named by Mapai to that committee
Foreign Mil ister (Hilda Meir am.
Minister of Police Behor Shitreet -
have refused to serve on that com-
mittee. Mr. Shitreet, who had been
a member of the ministerial com-
mittee that exonerated Mr. Lavon
hi Dee. 25, said his views on the
entire alfair are "well known." Mrs
Meir said her ministry's duties oc-
cupy so much of her time she will
not be able to devote her efforts
lo the work of such a committee.
The Mapai secretariat was to
meet on the issue again Tuesday.:
with several members of the secrc-
tariat known to be demanding;
'"strongest steps" against Lavon for j
his latest letter.
Mr. Lavon has made it clear
first in the letter which he wrote
last week to the members of the
Mapai secretariat, then in an inter-1
view last weekend that he will !
not resign. "If the party decides.
it has no conlidence in me," he
staled, "that is a different matter.
But I am not going to resign."
His opposition to the piopescd j
Mapai probe, the Histadrut oflicial
declared, is based on hi; feeling
that it would be "onesided." Fur-
thermore, he Insisted, the probe
would be held "at pistol point."
since Mr. Ben (Jurion had insisted
that the investigation be finished in
three weeks. "1 am ready for any
investigation," he said, "but not
lor a one-sided one to appease the
Premier."
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Friday. January 27, 1961
Police Terrorize Jewish Community of Morocco
PARIS(JTA>A dossier show-
ing Moroccan police inaltreutmer.'
of at leas! 2.000 Jews in the las)
fortnight wSs ha'ndcii In Morocco to"
that country's Crown Prince ami
Foreign Minister. Moulay Hassan.
ceording to reports from Morocco
reachiri? Paris.
The lile was given to the Crown
Printt, pno is known lor his rela
lively liberal, pro-Jew ish senli
.meats, by a datfgatitn a^gadinu,
Moroccan citizens of the Jev ish
faith. The dossier showed that
about 2.000 Jews were ai rested.
some of them being detained and in
.terrogated for as long as 48 hours.
i
Testimonial Dinner Will Honor Long-Time
Miami Leader and Fashionwear Exec.
Testimonial dinner in honor of
Nat Roth, pioneer Miamian, will
be held Saturday evening, Feb. 4,
in the Coronation room of the Bar-
ie!ono hotel.
The dinner will honor Roth for
his many years of activity in behalf
of the welfare ol salesmen and re-
tailers" in the fashionwear indus-
try.
Roth is a founder and former
president of the National Assn.
of Women's and Children's Ap-
parel Salesmen. He has been
president of t.-e Florida Fashion
Mart for the past 24 years, from
which office he recently retired.
He is also the "father" of the
Benevolent Auxiliary of the Na-
tional Assn. of Women's and
Children's Apparel Salesmen and
its Retirement Home chairman.
Over the years. Roth has been
active in behalf of the Jewish War
Veterans, whose Florida Depart-
ment he helped establish. Temple
Israel, and the Mahi Shrine Legion
Honor.
The committee in charge of the j Harold Kufeld. Ralph Levy. Al
Feb -4 testimonial dinner includes Schwartz, Al Stevens, and Ralph
Len Coleman, Charles L. Jacobi, Turner.
NAT ROTH
The Jewish leaders also com-
plained about the recent rise in
kidnaping* of young Jewish girls
who are abducted by agents for
rich Moslems. Despite repeated
complaints, the Jews told the
Crown Prince, Jewish girls, some
of them only 13 and 14 years eld,
are being kidnaped, forcibly con-
verted re Mohammedanism, then
installed in the harems owned by
wealthy Moroccan Moslems.
Police authorities have refused to
take any action toward tracing
the whereabouts of these Jewish
girls, the leaders complained.
The leaders meeting with the
Crown Prince are understood to
have avoided mentioning the inci-
dent of the ship. *he Price which
capsized in the Mediterranean with
the lo.-s of 43 Jewish men. women
and children en route from Melilla,
Spanish Morocco to Gibraltar 01
'the 22 bodies recovered after the
! tragedy, only five have thus in
been identified, according to the
Moroccan reports, and efforts .in
being continued by the Chief Rabbi
of Tetuan and by the Jewish com-
munity there to identify the re-
mainder of the corpses. Those id- '.
tified have been interred in the Jew
ish cemetery at Alhucemas.
Arrests of Moroccan Jews have
continued systematically since the
African summit conference in Cast
blanca. and both children and eldei
ly Jews have been imprisoned and
beaten, it was reported here. The
arrests began with the arrival oi
President Nasser of the United
Arab Republic for the conference.
Moroccan Jews were reported
viewing the future with apprehen-
the city governor should not be lis-
tened to. They should be brought
before competent courts and
charged with sedition and crimes
j against the state."
The Moroccan i: wspapers. ac-
cording to the Rabat dispatch
governor of the city to protest thc(..5rhwt no tears fof the-drowned
arrests, and which received a prom jews- p0jntjng out that "the
sion. The Casablanca Jewish com
inanity, which met once with the
ise of action on the matter, was
contemplating another meeting
Some of the Casablanca Jewish
leaders were reported considering
authorities have allowed deo i !
burial for the dead.-' the new-
papers charge tha: the Jews of
Morocco wore "mourning black '
a proposal to set up a strong dele- and 0ffore(j prayers in their n/na-
gation to visit the Royal Palace at lgogues .for israer whiie Unit.d
Rabat with a demand for an Midi-Ural) Republic President Nas-.
ence with King Mohammed V and was jn Casablanca recently, atte-
a request for protection for the Jew ing the African summit conferene.
ish population. Moroccan Jewish leaders are quo-
One positive development was the tc<* by the Sunday Observer as Bay-
release of Rabbi M. Wrechner. di In the charge is a ludicrous in-
Irector of the NeveCbalom Yeshiva, vention."
a Swiss national who was stressed Public opinion in Paris sharply
along with a group of yeshiva stu- condemns the Moroccan goveri
dents. Rabbi Wrechner refused to ment for "inhuman" treatment I
sign a polce declaration that he had lews, forcing them to resort to
not been ill-treated, and Ihe Swiss leaving the COUntr) in a mannu
consul reportedly planned to take which resulted In the perishing i
the matter further. Ii was reliably IS .lews on the small boat Price, in
'reported that Rabbi Wrechner and MediterraneanwatCSS.
the ten students were subjected to T,u, e||tfr# prc^ ni.a, wn (
damnation Morocco's restriction a
against Jewish emigration, the
country's discriminations again-'
lews m the Kingdom, and Moroc-
co's cancellation of postal commu;
ications bet we1 n Mi rocco and Isra> I
under the pressure of the Arab
League.
French political circles and pub-
lic opinion are particularly out-
raged by the communique IssUi
last week, following the Price tra.
torture.
"Violent anti-Jewish outbursts"
have broken out in the Moroccan
nationalist press, following th
Price tragedy, in wjiich 43 Jewish
people were drowr.ed in high
Mediterranean seas, the Sunday
Observer in London reports from
Rabat.
According to the London news
paper, the semi-official Rabat daily
Al Fair, has started attacks against ,dy. by the Arab Magreb Press. In
"Zionists whom it accuses of or that announcement, the newspape
ganizing illegal immigration \+> Is here point out. "the Maghreb Pre?-,
rael. Another Moroccan newspaper, without a word of regret for tin
the pro-government daily, Al Alam.*|casualties, raises further the ho-
is reported as saying: "The Jewish tility against the Moroccan Jew-
leaders who have complained to and against "Zionism"
Chaim Greenberg Branch Meeting
On Friday, Feb. 24. at 1:30 p.m..
the Brandeii University National
\\' men's Committee of Greater Mi-
ami chapter will hold its second
annual bonus book review
Mrs. Joseph Duntov. vice presi
denl ot book fund, has announced
the review will be held at the home
c; Mrs. Sol C. Shave. 1300 Biscay a
dr.. Surfside Featured will be
"Felix Frankfurter Reminisces."
Mr-. Dorothy Krieger Fink will
speak. Tea will be served.
Those who have contributed a
book to the Brandt-is Library since
Fell 20. i960, or will do so on or
before Feb 24, 1961, are invited to
attend. Co-chairmen of book fun.!
are Mrs. Donald Rubin. Mrs. Rauph
Spero, and Mrs. Harold Thruman.
Mrs Solomon Margolis. presi-
dent of the Greater Miami chapter
of Brandeis Women, said' that
Brandeis University Library is sup-
ported and maintained by Brandeis
Women all over the nation.
Hemophilia Group Meeting
Miami Beach Auxiliary of the
Greater Miami Hemophilia Organ
ization. will meet Thursday noon.
Feb. 2. at the Bel Aire hotel.
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Appeal Manufacturers and Transport Division this year are
shown meeting at the offices of chairman Robert Russell. Fund-
raising kick-off took place on Tuesday at a dinner at Miami
Springs Villas. Arrangements committee members were (left to
right) Milton .Margulis, Martin Lodge, Lee Lebow and Aithur
Langsam.
Seminary Heads Meet at Diplomat
The first national conference on
the national enrollment plan of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
"America will be held at the Diplo
mat hotel in Hallandale. on Sunday,
according to Jacor^ Stein, national
Chairman of the plan. Dr. Max Arzt
vice chancellor of the Seminary,
will be Sliest of honor.
Presidents and hoard members
Of Conservative congregations in
^^^^^^
Dr. Wolfson in Talk
?'AristotleGreatest of the Greek
Philosophers" was to be the topic cf
a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
fcctor of the Spinoza Outdoor
im. on Thursday. 9 a.m.. at the
st. beach before the Athletic
^up of the Miami Beach Recre-
Department.
the I'nited States will attend the
conference to discuss implementa-
tion of the plan, which involves
congregational enrollment in the ef-
fort to provide basic financial sup-
port for the Seminars
Stein, a resident of Great Neck.
L.I.. is a lay leader m the Conserv-
ative movement. He will speak at
the conference and coordinate the
discussion groups and orientation
meetings
The central institution of more
than 700 Conservative synagogue*
in the United States and Canada the
Seminary, through its natbnai en-
rollment plan, is endeavoring to
i raise S3.000.000 a- assured annual
. income from the 300.000 member
families in order to meet increasing
communal demands for religious,
cultural and educational leadership
and programming.
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Noted TV personality Dennis
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pearance m behalf of UCP and the
sixth sinco its inception in 1952.
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former Toni Gilman, top flight
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movie queen Jane Mansfield,
who will be flying in from the
coast to lend her aid to the wor-
thy cause.
Chairman of the telethon is Bur-
nett Roth, Miami Beach attorney,
and assisting are Bayard Slreil.
Edward Grafton. Teresa E. Stein.
Keith Phillips. Saul Z Bennett.
Leon McAskill. Richard Paige,
Thomas E. Mottola. David Lynn,!
MacGregor Smith, Jr., Florence
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fJewisti fhrBdiari
Friday, January 27. l%\

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Your CIA Leaders: 1960-61
MEN OF OUR COMMUNITY
SHEPARD BROAD: No. 25 in a Scries.
The meaning of Tzedekah
becomes illuminated a n d
crystal clear when explained
by a scholar of the Talmud.
On Sunday morning. Shep-
ard Broad will meet with Bay
Harbor's top citizens at thi'
home of Norman Arkin to
launch the CJA campaign in
this community.
To his neighbors, a n d
friends. Shepard Broad will
speak of personal responsi-
bility, and what the Jew ol
1961 owes to his fellow man
in need, and to the newcomer
in Israel.
The role of leadership is
not new to Broad, whether it
be in business, government,
or the community which he
helped to develop.
Through his efforts, a deso-
late area of mangrove swamp
was converted into the model
thriving community of Bay
Harbor Islands.
In May. 1957. he was unan-


SHEPARD BROAD
imously elected .Mayor of
Bay Harbor Islands for the
11th consecutive term.
He was the moving spirit
behind ^planning and con-
struction of Broad Causeway,
named in his honor In 1951.
he was selected North Dade's
"Most Outstanding Citizen"
in recognition of his civic,
relitjious. and philanthropic
endeavors
In the top echelon of the
Combined Jewish Appeal
several years ago, he dem-
onstrated his flair for leader-
ship as chairman of the im-
portant Initial (lifts Division.
Broad is a trustee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration and a member of the
board of governor^
He has been chairman of
the annual Brotherhood Din-
ner of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews.
was first president and a
founder of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, and is past
president of his Masonic
Lodge.
Hell help advance ihe 1961
Combined Jewish Appeal be-
cause Shepard Broad is the
kind of man who works for
the betterment of his people
and his community.
JNF Memorial Set For Daniel Broad
Memorial tribute will be con-.
Jocted for the la lonorary president of the Jewis!
National Fund Council of Greater
Miami, who died her<.> re--enl!y.
The tribute is schedule! tcr Wed
:ie?day evening. Feb. 1. at the For.
mnebleau hotel
Rabbi Mayer Abran:o".\ it \ ;
; dent of the Comic I. .-. i I lh
rving Lehi man will -p">;; i !".
half of Temple Emami-KM. where
Mr. Broad was a long time member.
Rabbi Alexander Groffs will repre
sent the Hebrew Academy
Al Sherman, president of the Ml
ami Beach Zionist District, will
speak on behalf of the ZOA. Zei
IX. Kogan. director of the JN1
Council here, will also be
program.
on the
Cantor Hirsch Adler. of Temple
2manu El. will chant the m<
liturgy. Mrs. Gershon S. Mil r will
presetn selected dramatic re
UJA to Launch $72,740,000 Drive Here
Continued from Page 1 A
jects. and trades and skills for later
civilian use.
At the conference, hundreds nf
representatives of communities in
the United States will welcome to
leadership Philip If. Klutznick.
newly-elected general chairman ol
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Supplier for Synagogues,
Hebrew & Sunday Schools.
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ISRAELI GlfTS AND NOVELTIES
417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017
the United Jewish Appeal. Klutz-
nick. a former Federal Housing
Commissioner under President.-
Roosevelt and Truman, is a past
national and international president
ot B'nai B'rith and chairman of il^
International Council.
Representatives at the confer-
jence will announce individual big
i gifts, as well as advance gifts from
communities throughout the coun-
try to launch the 1961 nationwide
drive.
Albert A. Levin, of Cleveland,
a national chairman of the UJA,
Rabbi Wanted
for steady position. Must be
an all-around man. Modern
Orthodox or Conservative, for
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
Cantor Jacob
Will Officiate
Cantor David Jacob, ol Congre-
gation Beth Jacob. Baltimore, Md .
will conduct services Saturday.
8:30 a m.. at Beth El Congregation.
lie will also give a concert on
Sunday evening. 8 p.m.. at Beth El.
Cantor Jacob was born in Ru-
mania, and is a former student of
the Peabody Conservatory at Bal-
timore, and a noted concert and
recording artist.
Tickets are available at Beth El.
is serving as conference chair-
man.
United Jewish Appeal is the ma-
jor American agency aiding immi
; grants to Israel and refugee; and
1 distressed Jews overseas. UJA aid
I programs .are carried out, by its
three member agencies: the United
i Israel Appeal, which helps to re-
jceive. settle and absorb immigrants
to Israel, where it conducts a spe-
cial welfare program for aged anJ
jhandicapped immigrants: and the
New York Assn. for New Amer-
icans, which assists Jewish refugees
to the United States. The United
Hias Service, which provides I w
the resettlement of Jewish rein i
to countries other than Israel, also
benefits from the I'J K campaign.
ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE
1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722
ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES FOR
SYNAGOGUES We Carry Bar Mitzvah Records
Gardner to Speak Wednesday
Leo Gardner, manager of El Al
Israel Airlines for the Southeast
region of the United States, will be
guest speaker at a luncheon meet-
ing Wednesday noon at the Ritz
Plaza hotel given by the Miami
Beach Zionist District. Jacob
Fishman, president, said Gardner
will discuss "The Added Advan-
tages of Flying El Al."
r
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Miami Beach JE 8-3840
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TALES OF MORALS
j tne famous CftSssidic Riibbi. as he
{u\.~ :-i .'f miL: (i/ pn o/ his jour-
Inev.s /j,- stopped t;t an inn to /i>iW
*ie night.
'V mi"i: I ; dfttf'te'cirtrtjj his
he prepared u< leave, and I
i 'if out to board Ins coach
'ate a Jewish coachman wearing
LXaJI:> and Tcjiilsn. mumbling '"*
i\rr. and greasing the wheels of
te coach.
The men who accompanied1 the
tbhi were shocked. Theft facet
med ted with anger, and the}
Bl .' intM ctives at the i
in"* lack, of respect. Hut Rabbi
n YitshflJ^ i.r.^ed lux eyes he-aim
I eclain cd, Heavcnl-
U U u'hdl ivonuYr/uJ |eu
h'. fe ,-.'< .i'f.
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Judaism is Ancient Faith
Of Serious, Mature Mind
By RABBI AfcAX ZUCKER
Dade Heights Jewish Congregation
'"A long life, a short life what's
he difference? A lite of beamy!-'
-o spoke the author Nordau in 1905.
Jut. alas! What makes a life of
-eauty?
Our ancestor- knew how to create
eauty in life by making life worth-
while. Our great teacher and m is-
er. Moses, was i convince l oi the
vorthwhileness oi life thai i ven
ifter having lived 120 years he
(leaded with God for an i xtei sion
if his lease on life.
Our people, as a whole. hat
ways loved life, though it had rarely
teen a bed of rose- for them, and
:onsisted mostly oi one encounter
liter another in a hostile world.
Even though the average Jew look-
ed upon the history oi his people
as one of everlasting martyrdom
and hideous suffering, he neverthe-
less loved life, because life was
beautiful and it was beautiful be-
cause it was made worthwhile. The
lives of our people were endowed with exalted purposes and high ideals,
and they constanly strove to become a kingdom of priests and a holy
nation.
RABBI MAX Zt/CKER
. .. emulating the past
1
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The task that faces us today as modern Jews is to emulate our an-
V'.7 'wJt I? t cestors by striving to become once again the sacred being who brought
nt-n.' _..---. fTH d0wn from neaven ,ne everlasting fire, and with it illumine our lives.
1 Of-- *"*1BV* u '-We must again become the emblem of eternity by making of Judaism
npi n^MS1? IDErT *19X a Durn'n8 fa'tn a"d a true lamp at our feet. We must add reverence and
Srr-t ': if : T- -: compassion to our existence by recognizing the fact that God's world is
"VIX78J ni"l3in "l*?^? P*rfect and ,nt OUT very lives are part of this perfection even our
"I broken dreams and our tear-stained hopes.
naV? i-ids"1 TQ^nn i ......
"T '... Judaism is the faith of a serious, mature mind; and if it is to be
n^B?*?! 10nn I the source through which beauty and worthwhileness is to come into
our lives, its demands cannot be met by mere casual procedures selected
at the whim of the individual Jew. Our faith must bespeak the effort
and willingness to perpetuate the ways of of our fathers. We must
struggle constantly to become masters of our environment and not slaves
to conditions. Though we might find difficulty in observing some of
the demands of Judaism, we must never become alienated from its roots.
SpflOn THWtr DS7 nBOT31 We dare not Permit ourselves to become undisciplined in the practices
'*\ t of our forebears nor ignorant of our heritage.
n t : .-- Judaism is the very heart of our dignity and our status. This heart
JUQi rOtflQ miX3 we- cannot purchase. This we cannot turn on and oif. This we can only
" : T : i cultivate. By reducing Judaism to a few remnants and occasional cerc-
L71WJ N7B7 (fTpDQ QlpH*' monies leaves little which can give inspiration and enlightment.
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lain iTln-*ixia ^ai?
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ftp irisa tfarr -icon
f t T I V "J ; .
ISIAWN -
Who were the Karaites?
They were a small remnant of the
Sadducees. formed into a sect by =
Anon Ben-David in the eighth cen-
tury. They rejected rabbinical
traditions and the Talmud, and ac-
cepted the Scriptures alone.
*
Why were "Shepherds" an abomin-
ation to the Egyptians?
The reason for the Egyptian ha-
tred of the shepherds is an historic
one. The Hyks. s. or Shepherd
Kings, hundreds of years before
': I llllla
ndying Hebrew in Letters
book "Five hundred words
jinners," which has been pub-
Israel is intended speci- Joseph's time, had invaded and con-
>r lews in the Diaspora. The
I who register for the
will receive a booklet or
by post. The student will
Io study the material and to
lack the answers to the ques-
Iv.hich are in the booklet.
Jinn.mail the students will re-
I another booklet with their -
|ed lessons.
lessons themselves have
rafted in an interesting and
ive form and their content
|tees that the students will
bored. The success of the
kurse will add thousands of
kembers to the host of He-
speakers.
shed by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
|ratrftil fueil says: "Bless that
How many wines, portions.
he brought out for me'" An
says \\ 'id! did 1 have' A
of bread, a bite of meat, a bit
\e; and he fervid for ihe su^e
ii/e and children'"
. BEN ZOMA.
quered Lower Egypt. They came
from the East, aid are represented
as having been a cruel and arrogant
race, who subjected the Egyptians
to great hard.-hips (Gen. 46:34).
fhey were finally driven out of the
country by a coalition of forces un-
der several kings. They were prob-
ably called Shepherds because oi
the simplicity of their life, which
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icd! Assn.
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Coordinator
CONTRIBUTORS
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GEMS OF WISDOM
ANSHE EMES.
Conservative.
president.
2533 SW 19th ave.
Maxwell Snberman.
3ETH DAVID. 2438 SW 3rd ave. Con.
servative Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
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and Mi- l. n l\n |ilnii: .ml < r- .
if Mr. and Mm, Ri< m d Hi i.ld.
BETH CL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Solomcn Sehitf.
I- rlday %:.li n -' s ini.n:
'M. i ',..;- l;.-,li "... (1
Spiritual In iki i da i b
i itu i .1 .!.,, nli ., I In \U
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BETH EMETH. 12?;; "!W 2nd ave.
Conservative. RabbT David W. Her-
on. Cantor Hyman Fein.
hrtdaj v IS i'"i Keiinon "The Jo> oi
fulfillment." Saturday R:S0 a.m. He
in,.n: "Tli, Sabbath of Song-." Hebrew
HChool stuil, nis will conduct aervlci
--------- ---------
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman
Saturda) vr. a.m. Sermon: "Wee>kl>
Portion." Randy Makovaky, BUI Sand-
ier, David Ualbut, Jerry Selevan, and
.!;.> Hetasln will partictpate in service.
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Prlday "':i". p.m. Saturday v 10 a.m.
Sermon: "The Hebrew Academy Of
This We Sine."
BETH KODESH. 11551 Quail Roost dr.
Rabbi Harold Richter.
PYlday R:M p.m. Sermon: "Sermon i"
Sons." Saturday 7 a.m.
BETH TFiLAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday :>::io and 8:15 p.m. Saturda)
S:."i a.m. liar Milzsab: l.e.maril. si.n
nf Mr. and Mrs. living KrUgel,
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president.
Do not humiliate a befmar: God
'.:'n hand.
S HOROWITZ.
*
He u ;ii i|uicJ(l)
1 EON OI MODI N*
:i ;
T: in charity.
The hiRl I u u \'U help a man
M MMONIDI -
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\\ 'id. cus-
... .....' as ours7 Oui |
j. ;' ih,
deb ..nd i i. b< '.-. fat ti
ittiti ... ip< s lo th< ii (able.
Ml MM I I

At ,;,i\ scales join to form a strong
t'oai i! mail, so lutle donations nun
Sine to form a large total of good
BABA h.MHRA.
ve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Davla Convlser.
Krid.i>" s.l.*. p.m. Kermon: "Memo lo
the i-'irsi l'lesiiiini Born In ihe Twen-
tieth Century." Saturday 10:46 a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Bruce Baakind and Kriu
Penaell.
TEMPLE B"NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry
L. Lawrence.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Prlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Eaxodua
saii3 Asain." Plorlda conclave of Na
il.inal I-. .1. ..11..11 of Temple Youth will
l- Bjueata.
CONGREGATION ET2
16th st. Orthodox.
CHAIM. 408
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin,
h'riday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Operation
N.i. iiscn Onef Snabbat and Kldduah
hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Barnard It road In
honor of Bar Mltsvah of >"ii, Barry,
Satmd.-is 1 a in
DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1401 NW
183rd rtr Conservative. Rabbi Max
Zucker. Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
PYlday v SO p.m, Bermon: "lUiund
About the Sanctuary.' Service* will
honor 13 founding couplee of consrega-
Hun. Saturday S a.m. Sermon: "The
BSxodua." Bar Mltsvah: Steven, boh oi
Mr and Mi a. i lanlel st- In.
fLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW ?**
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 5:13 and 8:15 p in. Sei n
"Tne Plou >ih Oneg Shabbat hoat;
Mrs. Bea Cbhen, in honor : engage-
ment of son, Paul, to Shelly Newman.
Saturda) ; JO a.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
f rlday 5:'" and B:80 p.m, -
"Jewlah Contrlbutlona on thi \
Ii ,.-i s en< Satui day ~ a.m Ser-
mon: Sabl ath ol Song."
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW> 12th ave. Traditional. Car-
tor Ben Grossberg.
TEMPLE JUDt... 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
trlday 8:15 p.m, Oneg Shabbat, ami
Porum talk: "Jewish Labels and Jew-
ish Living." Saturday 10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abr.im-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Prldaj 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "Lengthen-
ing Shadows." Saturday v-i:, a.m
Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Bar Mlts-
vah: Ricky, .-"it of Mr. and Mrs. Pred
):.. knian.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombera.
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
M. Wallach.
Prida) vi-~. p.m Sermon: Need We
Apologise?" Saturday II m.
TEMPLE TIFERETM JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo H-.m.
8 IS p.m. Sermon: "A People
ih.ii Sings shall Live." A special arel-
|some will be extended i" college Btu-
Oneg Snabbai hoata: Mr. and
Mrs. i.o'.ii- -. Saturday. 8 s.m,
Uemliera of rsv will participate in
gel a .
TEMPLE ZAMORm.
Conservative. nt'-*i
44 Zamora ave.
R Leon Hurwitz.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maunce
location and t'.irir descendants have ,,^n\ ,.-, ,. s, ,-,, voice of
been suggested. More reasonable our People." Saturda)
conjectures hold that while some Quest: Csntor Sam Baakow
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
i Ida) p 'ii r>ermon The B.....
and the Film Snturda) 9 30 a m Baj
Mltsvah: Robi it, n of Mrs Luba
i\ho will houl KIddUBh In his
honor
returned after the exile and oihers
were left in Samaria, many remain-
TEMPLE ADATH
NE 171st St. Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
was largely pastoral and semi-bar- ^ ^^^^^j^ed ^^^^aTny." "&^.btai
bane. wj,n tne jewa jn forming colonies nd Kldd ush hosts:
throughout the East, so that, in a
Whictt is the longest versa in the ccrtain S(.nse. they shared the ulti-
Bibla? mate history of their brethren of
It is the ninth verse of the eighth Judah.
chapter in the Book of Esther. It ^ *
deals with the new decrees which ; ^^
Mordecai caused the kin? s scribes "
to send to the rulers of the prov-, They were descendants of Ca-
inces and to the Jews, permitting naan's son Heth. One of the seven
them to defend themselves against iCanaanitish nations, they dwelt in
the planned attacks of the enemies. Hebron and were governed by kings
* > '(Deut. 7:1). Their land was prom-
Who were the "Lost Trihes"? | ised to Israel. Among their prom-
The "lost tribes." so-called, were inent personages were Ephron.
the Jews carried into captivity by lAhimelcch and Uriah (Gen. 49:30:
Shalmanesorr (U Kmgs 17:6. and I Sam. 26:6. II Sam. 11:6. 21). They
Chiefly belonging to Israel or the were a warlike people and made
ten tiibes. Many theories as to their many conquests.
M -. Welaa in honor of Mrs. Wi si
birthday and Bar Mltsvah of son,
Hart*) Saturday a.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
I i da) s 10 p.m. Sermon: "Should We
i ook fi i hi I.if.-"" i men
YESHURUN. gMBI Shabbat honta Sisterho l. Saturday
'. a in. s.i non "The Son*! of Mosei
Kldduah hosts Mr. and Mrs. BSrneai
i~i -on. In honor of marriage of *"n
I .i ,r. ii.. to MiSS Mar. ia lb aim "ii
.l.in. 18
TEMPLE HETm AM. MM N. Kendall
dr., 8. Miami. Rerorm Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sylvan Lebow, execu-
tive director "f National Pederatlon ol
Temple Brotherhoods}, i:l |i,.-.ni
"the most distinguished Brotherhood
in the country for I8W award ;.> Mar-
vin K.iffnian, president ol Bejh Arn
Brothi rh.....1.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Morris Berger.
hrlday 8:13 p.m. Bermon: "Assimila-
tion1> that the AnswerT" Saturda)
!' a.m.
e
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
i 'i1.. i
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly i
wood. 1725 Monroe at Conservative |
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest '
Schreiber.
Prldaj i p.m Sermon: "Jewish Music II
Chants and Song
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chast ISSUussssBsuaBSsaB)mBns1sjminii*inr.ifii.iu..ii. uitiii iimnHnii
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Friday. January 27. 1961

Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Nation Confident Kennedy Will Meet Issues Squarely
Washington
WHAT PERSONALITIES and issues of Jewish in-
terest will emerge in the new Administration?
Jews voted as individuals in the recent election.
Like other Americans, ihcy voted according to per-
sonal conviction. Yet the Gallup poll and other reli-
:e surveys reported Jewish voters in big cities a
determining [actor in the victory of President Ken-
nedy, himself a member of a minority group.
President Kennedy won more support from Jews
than Adlai Stevenson did, eilher in 1952 or 1956. ac
cor.iing to the American Institute of Public Opinion.
The institute said that in 1960 an estimated 81 per-
cent voted for Mr. Kennedy while 19 percent backed
former Vice President Nixon.
One of the first appointments announced by Pre-
sident Kennedy was the selection of Gov. Abraham
Kibicoff. of Connecticut, as Secretary of Health.
Education, and Welfare. Mr. Ribicoff. as Governor
and as a Congressman, consistently backed liberal
positions.
Another appointment was that of Arthur J. Gold-
berg. Chicago-born labor lawyer, as Secretary of
Labor. This put two Jews .simultaneously into a
United States President's Cabinet for the first time
in history.
Mr. Goldberg was the negotiator for American
unions which picketed the Egyptian ship. Cleopatra,
in protest against Arab discrimination affecting
American ships trading with Israel. He extracted
Slate Department concessions although the Depart-
ment later, in effect, reneged on i\p compromise
A personage in the new administration very close
to President Kennedy is Mycr Eeldman. Mr. Feld-
man was named deputy special counsel to the Presi-
dent. Mr. Eeldman served on the Kennedy Senate
Staff for several.years as a personal aide He coun-
seled the President on Mid.'le Eastern issues, immi-
ion legislation, religious and racial problems,
and the whole broad range of general legislation.
He drafted Senate bills and conferred daily on pro-
grams and policies Mr. Eeldman helped prepare
speeches and statements.
Mr. Eeldman served as the dynamic research
director of the Kennedy campaign. He was behind
the >cenes in the television debates that aided the
Off fhe Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
It's Worth Waiting For
REB LOZER SOHN is one of the olclesti
and most beloved Jewish figures inf
the religious community of New York's |
Lower East Side. Visiting my old habi
tat recently. I found Reb Lozer standing
on the stoop of his house in deep con
templation. It was a cold day. and t> j
nrst query that occurred to me was:
Whom are you waiting for. Reb Lozer?"
With beard flowing and a wonderful glint in his eyes.
Reb Lozer replied: "I am waiting for Messiah." The an-
swer was so obviously mundane for a man of Reb Low's
intellectual depth that it left me baffled. Reb Lozer evi-
dently discerned my discomfort even before 1 blurted out
the equally obvious verity that all Jews wait for Messiah,
and he quickly proceeded to dissolve my dilemma.
Nathan." he said. 'I have just read in a holy book
ihat when Messiah comes all heads will open up and be-
come receptive to knowledge and Torah. There is much
that I still have to learn. It therefore pays to wait for
Messiah."
A visit with BGR. as Bernard G. Richards is affectio-
nately called by his host of friends, is always a rewarding
experience. The one under recounting now took place
some weeks ago at the Jewish Information Office, where
spends most of his time not only answering queries
fantastic range but on research, study and writing
As we began to talk the*phon< and from the
mi!e on Richards face it was quite evident that the q
:m unusual one. When BGR ;i; Ihe end count
'he caller to contact the I'nion oi Vn Hebrew Con-
gregations it was evident to me that the problem was of a
..hi- natureand it was The man on the other end ol
ihe wir< was s v i bo said he wished to become con-
verted to Judaism.
That call reminded BGR of another conversion story.
"Ziprin." he said to me almost mysteriously. "1 just re-
cently received a most interesting document about a ma-
yor of New York City who refused to issue a license to a
missionary because he thought that Jews had a good
enough religion." The mayor was the late William J. Gay-
nor. who was not only a fine jurist but a scholar and lover
of literature.
In a letter to the missionary who sought a license to
preach in bne of the city's parks. Mayor Gaynor said that
there was nothing wrong with Judaism as a religion and
that he was. besides, averse to granting n license to preach
conversion of Jews in the streets of the thickly-populated
Jewish neighborhoods. The mayor told the missionary he
thought his preaching would only annoy the Jews and do
them more harm than good Gaynor ended the letter with
a query that is as pertinent today as it was then. "How
many Jews have you converted so far?"' he asked the mis-
sionary.
Kennedy victory. Mr. Eeldman's insights were cre-
dited by some as a factor facilitating exposure of the
other side's inconsistencies.
Appointing men on a basis of talent rather than
religion, President Kennedy named two other Jews
to vital positions. Prof. Jerome B. Wiesner, of the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was desig-
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Vivid Characters This
Books Great Strength
HIS BROTHER, THE BEAR.
By Jack Ansell. 331 pp. New
York: Doubleday and Com-
pany, Inc. $3.95.
THE SPAN OF Jack Ansells hardhitting novel
covers one day in a small Louisiana town called
(with some meaning) Mannerville. It is Rush Ha-
shonah. and for the Julian Blacks, a Day of Remem-
brance as well as of looking forward. Brielly. the
book lays bare in quivering detail the four member.-,
of the Black family. There is Julian, the Jew
ashamed to be a Jew. suffering his Jewishness before
his Christian friends and stifling his guilt before the
memory of his father. The suffering is particularly-
acute before his wife. Evelyn, whose cool, deliberate
marriage to a Jew owed slothing to love and who kept
intact her equally cool, deliberate despisal of Jews,
both general and individual.
There are children, two the boy. David, cast in
Ihe image of his mother, handsome and unscrupu-
lous; the girl. Charlotte, dark and sensitive, respond-
ing to ancient echoes The book turns on the experi-
ence of being Jewish turns and turns, examining it
irom every possible angle, from being'Jewish and
ashamed or proud, from being half-Jewish, irom
being married to a Jew. or being a friend of a Jew.
At every point at which Jewishness touches the non-
Jewish world iand in our society, that is at nearly
every point), Mr. Ansell dissects the corresponding
feelings.
That he does it in terms of stereotypes of Jewish
and non-Jewish character (as Jews tend to view it)
i- a weakness; that he characterizes so well, so
vividly and insistently, is the book's great strength.
Played against each other are love scenes between
David and a Jewish girl, filled with grossness and
lust on his part, and between Charlotte and the Jew-
ish boy she loves, this one a beautiful, glowing en-
counter, written with a perfect ear for the tender
banter of young people in love and perfect knowl-
edge of their heart-breaking da>hes back and lorth
between childhood and maturity.
The book will remind many of Myron Kaufman's
Remember Me to God." which dealt with the same
problem in a different way. They are both works
which could probably have been written only in this
country, where Jews are secure enough to wonder
why they are not more secure In the bitter mar-
riage of Julian and Evelyn one senses the whole
tenuous relationship, built on nu'tual need, mocked
by mutual distrust. Mr. Ansells careful ending af-
iirms no more than a wistful beginning a hopeful
Rosh Hashonah.
nated to the White House staff as special assistant
for science. Newton Minow, a 34-year-old Chicago
Attorney, was appointed chairman of the Eederal
Communications Commission.
In the 87th Congress, one newly elected Congress
man is Charles Joelsen. He is a New Jersey Demo-
crat and husband of an Israeli Sabra. Mr. Joelsen.
active in such groups as B'nai B'rith and the United
Jewish Appeal, served as a naval intelligence lieu-
tenant in World War Two. He is a Phi Betta Kapp.i
graduate of Cornell University. Ten Jews retained
Congressional seats. One suffered defeat.
President Kennedy is committed to the main
tenance of the power balance in the Middle East.
opening of the Suez Canal to all shipping, seeking
Arab-Israel peace, and the resettlement of Arab re-
fugees in Arab lands where there is plenty of room
for them
Dictator Nasser of the United Arab Republic
has already announced that he will ignore President
Kennedy on Suez and other matters.
Today 'he full responsibility for policy rests on
President Kennedy and his new Adminstration. 1'
is a tremendous challenge. Supporters of the dyn.i
mic Mr Kennedy are confident he will meet the com
plex tasks, not only on domestic issues but in the
Middle East and throughout the world.
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adolf eichmann will be portrayed ,N
^ in a Hollywood movie by Wei r
Klemperer. the Cologne-born performer 1N.
and son of conductor Otto Klemp<
who fled Germany at the advent ol
zism We understand that the role n f.,
ginally was offered by producers Sai
Bischflff and David Diamond to Jom ph \
Schildkraul and declined while the latter was portr.n -'" '
the father of Arnold Rothstein in "The Bit; Bankroll. "j j|
Rudolf Hiss will be enacted in the "Operation 1 ''''I'
mann" rio\:* by John Banner, a Jewish actor from Au-t i. ^/
who had escaped to Switzerland after the Anschluss. w!v!eOjB|
his parents were murdered in Auschwitz on orders of i If:1'}J
ler M A grim section of the extermination center is be;-* ~A
recreated by art director Rudi Eeld from photostatic c 3
- of the original blueprints, including a gas chamNr |i**
the barracks and part of the Auschwitz prison yard, v ithuiar
the sets for "Operation Eichmann" covering four si nd
stages at Hal Roach studios in Culver City where the "thnl- |N
ler" is scheduled to roll Jan. 12 for Allied Artists rele.i-r in
Ii signer Eeld. a brother of actor Eritz EcH. former "
|y with Ufa. Berlin, went to Palestine during the timi f
the Hitler regime Ironically enough, his family, too wa 3SJL
liquidated in the very same extermination center hi *
now reproducing on the motion picture stage. .vit,
A movie about the former head of the Bureau of Jew- '
ish Affairs in the Nazi German Government has been uiii-ro:
ten by English author Lewis Copley, long a resident ol
Israel It will concern itself mainly with the 15-year man- to
hunt which led through Italy. Spain, and the Middle E-t < ''
to culminate with the capture of Eichmann by Israel a.. ^"s
in the Argentine last May. What actually went on in the '"-"*
minds oi the Colonel and his fellow conspirators of V<-'in'"!
Germany, no one will know before the trial starts in J<- "V
rusalem this spring But the movie makers have, n r '^
theless. decided to make the "cloak-and-dagger" \..:'-<'*m
ahead of the hearings to tiro* the release of the film
the lir-t court appearance of the man charged with com-re*i
plicity in the mass murder ol millions of Jews 1l*M
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Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Maybe There's an Atom Bomb Up in the Sky
THEY TELL THIS STORY in Israel
' about the recent rumors of making|
an atomic bomb there.
A man stood looking at the sky.
"What are you looking at?" askei
the passer-by
"I thought I saw a cow in the sky,'
said the man.
The passer-by stopped and scanned1
the skies.
The* another came and, seeing him standing and look-
ing at the sky. looked also. Soon the street was full of
people looking at the sky.
Then the man who had first looked, and later resumed
walking, stopped in his tracks and began to look also.
.Maybe." he said, "there is a cow in the sky."
The moral is. now that they are saying Israel has an
atomic bomb, it is looking to *ee. Who knows?
Like the story they used to tell about Abe and Jake
who went West in pioneer days. They had only $65 be-
tween them when they landed in Oklahoma. It seemed
to be a good place to start a businessalmost any busi-
but what business can you start with $65?
Finally, Abe hit on a plan. "Jake." he said, "let's
start a bank. If we start a bank, we won't need any capi-
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tal of own. The people will bring the money "
- they made a big sign, "The Southwest Chi
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and Tiduciar) Savings Hank." and opened for jjus
Peoj i ishini in. with their deposits.
M the 11 ie ol the Brat day, Abe said to Jake.
what, Jake, i think we should put our sfi:> In too
game veil ken nit sein meshuggeh "
can't be crazy." i
Israel Still apparently has this knack, whether for go<*
or ill ol attracting world attention to its |and ami '^^M
It s a small country, hardly to be compared to mos" r';*iJ
tions in size or population, but it steadily makes the ht*.
lines.
Israel's Prime Minister seems to share this gcn"Js
for shining in the headlines. The New York Times recent'.J
gave Mr Ben-Gurion's address two whole pages "
amount of space usually allotted only to a President
the United States or a man like Gen. de Gaulle, and thJ'
reminds me of another current Israeli story.
It was in the year 2000. A young Israeli asks a buddy
who Khrushchev was.
"A long time ago," was the answer, 'there 1
country called Russia. It has since disappeared and ""
head of the country was a dictator named Khruschev. *
lived in the time of Ben-Gurion, the Great!"
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Friday, January 27, 1961
* Jen i sir FBoridian
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
: business under the- fictitious name ..1
JAMAICA INFORMATION CENTER
..' 1110 duPonl Building, .Miami. la.
ten u register said name with the
Circuit Court of Dad
Count) I "lorldu
SAMl'EL s POX
Si le Owner
11 to duPont Build
Miami I I..rl.l.i
j r 1 x n
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IN THE CIRCL.T COURT OF THE
1UHTUUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 133
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iTICE OF PUBLICATION
rx>: gi.1.1 \.M I' BrTlGMAX
femlaut
ihli-iK'i- iifikti.iiin
TOftlhi: HEKEHY X11TIFIEO that
, ItuSV-t Coiiijilakii t IHvoive has
ieen Jl'-'l iinai'-s >"'.i an.I that you
ire rMtlir.il : ^^ a i-l>> "I voiir
insWv "'I" r -,. 1 in on Plaintiff*
UM^B. MILT, .s A FRIEDMAN.
in K-i. v I-...-M !.. Miami IS, Flor-
W. Hll file th.- -l-ll.ll illi the
"lel'k^bl I I,. -11 l-efole the
ol F bru -r>. 1961. or Ju bt-
uentgj) .1.-fault w I- tiik.-n agalnsl
vou.ii- ......king sole i tl<
rfl --tii;. ;i t addreei ,-f laM
real Sin- being 730 N K, Second Avi -
i t. Hiil. h. I'a i.- mtv. Floi i.l i
thlM 6tii i-.....' .Ian ). IM1.
it M^k I 'ad. Floi Ida
I i i i > ERM KS.
Clerk of Court
11., I. Florida
By: 1. BNEROEN,
Deput) Clerk _
I/II-2A-S7, '- '
ICE OF PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ID CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
>ADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 6-C 260
CUOOITT,
Iff,
ruooi i't.
i.lant
IUIT FOR O VORCE
|i:s ii CUOQETT,
ma Cnknou ri
herebv notified that a l.HI
lalnt for Pivoice lias t>een
*l you. and vou are rei|iiired
I copv Of >"ur An.~w.-r o<
0 the Bill of Complaint on
Itiff's Attorney. Leonard I
|29 duf'jtit Ilulldlng, Miami
and file the oriiriiiul An-
pleading In th.- jfflca of the
je Circuit Court on or before
jis of February. IM1. Y* '
isb. Judism^nt by default Will
tgainal } >. for the relhw ae-
th- in | of Complaint.
i. ,- sli.ill lie publish.-.i i
for four i onsecutlvt wei ->-
l-:\\ [SH Fl 'KiniAX.
iNI- ORDERED -.' M
January, A D
l.l-W PHERMAN,
I.
LYM^ N.
'l.-:k
^^^B I
He
or P>~Q
nil >^'2*
a bn*iy
B was
and tlK
hev. Hf
O^O* Plaintiff
1 IS-20-I7.! '
IN THECIRCUiTCOuRTOFTHE
eleventh judicialcircutof
florida. ,\ a\'d for the
county of dade. in chancery
No. 6-C 568
THE ORKF.NU lg,'H KA\ NOS I VNK
i Cojgi own
if the Stale of N. in I
- API. U I SI.KY iEER, ngle man.
.in.l .i< 'A S M i >ii EN -' mi -
.now n as li ia.n .M i IEER > aqd
i'. "IIEN, her tiusbund,
I tefendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
id. iwri. \vi:si.i:v UEER. a single
man. .- 0 Mr T. I' Ileer
.'..\van, Tennessee
.H'A.N M COHEN (formerly
known a* JOAN M OEER)
and COHEN, h.-i husband,
.'-7:ii Simmondu Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland
Y

i suit In e(uit\ has I.....ii brought
atra-ttist you b) THE ORBENWICH
-\\iNi;s BANK, a Corporation exis-
ting under the laws of the State of
Men York, in the Circuit Court "f the
I'leventb Judicial Circuit In and foi
I lade County, In Chancery, and you ,ir.
I i-. v.\ summoned, ordered and re-
quired to file your written answers or
; iset to the complaint filed herein
against you in the aboveentltled
cause, In the ..ffi. .' the < '1. r* of the
Circuit Court in and for Dade County,
hlorlda, at the Courthouse In Miami.
i-i..i-i.ia. on or before the 20th da) of
; ehruar). l >!, and to sen cop)
if ,: ii answer or defense upon DA-
VID P i'ATSMAX. Plaintiffs at tor-
ne) herein, whose address Is nth Flooi
,t |0I East Flagler Street, Miami 12,
Florida, on or befon said date, '
n u I red by the law* ol Florida, n you
'ail to do -... a decree pro i.....fesso will
-. ante ed against you for the relief
i. manded In the complaint.
You are further notified that tl"-
nature of said suit is t-. foreclose a
mortgage encumbering the following-
described property, to-wlt:
Lot it, Block 10, SECOND ADDITION
Ti i CAR* !. I "ITT, accoi ding to the
plat thereof as recorded In Plal Book
... at page "s- sb'-.'t ti of the Public
Records ol Dade County, Florida, and
VYestlnghouse Refrigerator.
which suii foreclosure action has i.....n
brought In the above-atyled Court.
WII'NKSS m) hand as Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Pole County, Flor-
ida and the seal of said Court at Mi-
ami. I hide County. Florida, this 18th
da) of January, ISS1.
P r. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court "f
Pade County, Florida
(seal) By: wii. w. BTOCKINO.
I>e;>utv Clerk
DAVID P. CATKMAN
ltth Floor nt 101 E. Flajtlw St.
MiamiM, Florida wm.,S/t.it
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
is Hi-:;. I\ EN thai

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MEXICO INFI >RMA l"H 'N i -
,t i !' ni.i i. M ami, l h
i
ci .'ii'. ol l 'a, i
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SAMI'EL s l-i iX
Sole 11 n.-i
ill- duPont P.uildii
Miami. Florid i
SEAL J Dl'NN
Attorne) for Samuel s Fox
mi Alnsle; Bldg., .Miami. Fin
1 27. 2/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.I VEX thai
the undersigned, deslrhig t.. engage In
business ir the flctltlona naine ol
COURTEST DRIVEAWAY at Dade
County Intends to register said name
iih the Clerk of the Clix-jlt Couii
,.i i mde Count). Florida
M.i'lllK INC.
a Fla Corp
_^____________ 1 S-ia-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBV fllVEN that
th.- underslgi...... desiring t......gage in
business under the fictitious nume ...
RONWYN APARTMENTS at 30 lie.. -
net i.i Avenue, Coral (Jables, Florida In-
tend to register mid name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court ot Datle
County, Florida
FREDRIC ROSEXTHAL
RI IBERT B RICHARDSON
Sole du iii-i .-
1 8-13-20-27
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. desWinu to engage In
business under the fictitious naaie of
NASSAU INFORMATION CENTER
at lib) duPont Building, Miami. I- i.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court <>i Dade
County. Florida
SAMIi I. S IN i\
Sol. t u tier
1110 .lul',.ii Building
Miami. II. lit .
NK.W. .1 PPXN
Attorne) for Samuel B. Fox
1111 Alnsli i Bldg Miami. Fla.
I >7, 2/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctitlou* nam of
PONCT WORLD at IS7 enth Avenue, Miami Florida, and
tends t,. register sa i nan. with the
i of the i ircull Coin l of Pa.I.
'mini v. Flol Ida
IIMSTAX. INC
u:::: South State Road Seven
p i l:..\ 31-'6
West Holly a.....I, 1- lor I da
By: Coleman Rosenfleld,
i esldent
Attest: Cflltdys Rosenfleld, Secretary
REASBECK A FEOERS
Attorneys forJIMSTAN. INC,
1233 South State Etbad Seven
ri. Box SIM
West Hollywood, Florida
i :: 2'3-IO-l7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nam.- ''
ECONOMY CONTAINER MF<:. CO. at
!>.".oo N.w. Mth Avenno, Miami Intend*
to register said name with the Clerk of
of th Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HENRY GIBSON
Sole Owner
r,i:o\ a BPSTBIN
Attorney for Applicant
120 l.incln Point
i/:7. l/3-lt-17
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0ade Federal
eft
iOSIPH H UPON Pn-wUt
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$ EXCEED 160
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$>
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
N0.61C 67
ALICE E. R1ETZFELD,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
HA PI. RIErTZFBTLP,
1 i.-f.-ndant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: PACE RtETZFBLD
1166 Manor Avenue
Bronx 72, Xew York
You. PAUL IPKTZFELD. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint for
IDvorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve i copy of
your Answer or i'leadinus to the Bill
of Complaint on the pluintitf attor-
ney. Von Santft and Kravitz. 17)12 Met-
ropolitan Hank Building. Minmi 32.
Florida, and file the original Answer or
Pleadings in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
6th day of February. IM1. If you fail
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against von for the rellei de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint
I ii ink and ORDERED ..t Miami.
Florida, this lib da) Ol Jai .... 1981
E. H LEATHERMAN
i 'l.-r ,.i i"ii cull Co
Dade Co nty < 'our: II
M ami, Florida
(seal) Bj K m LYMAX,
.t\ Clerk
Th not lei .ill be pub] > I
iveek foi ....
n THE JEWISH li.' iRIPIAX.

NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. ITICE IS HEREBY I5l\ EN

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Co.MMEl ..-.._.
Bv: James rtna
AARON v I." is VNER
ittoi
i 'ominei clal Coatings C
1031 duPon B '- Mi..mi 32, Fl
l 20-27, : 3-10
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51357-C
IX RE Estate of
ABRAHAM MELNIKER,
Deceased
NOT'CE TC CREDITORS
To -Ml Creditor! and All Pert ms II.iv -
inn claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ir.- he..-in notified and required
to (.res.-nt any claims and d. fi ands
which you "in have Bgnlust t es-
tate of ABRAHAM MELNIKER, .le-
ail late of Pail. County. Flo
to the Countv Judges of Dnde Count)
anil file th.- same in th.-n offices in
the countv Courthouse In l>ade Cojn-
t v. Floi iii,. w thin eight cs len I i
months iron, the date ..t the fir I pub-
III :ii an I, the s in .- w ii be
I,.,lie-1
JACK 8EDRISH
.i i:i;i i.mi-: li li >M v x
, Adminlsti 11 .i-i
Gl iLDMAN .\ GOLDSTEIN
Attorne) -
23n3 w.-st Flagh r Si
Miami, Fli rldu
1 20-27 S-lfl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51507-C
in RE: Estate of
s. HARVEY GREENSPAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims jnd demands
which you may hay-- against the es-
tate of S. HARVEY iJPF.KNSPAN de-
ceased late of Dude County. Florida,
to the County Judges Of Dade County,
and file tile same in their offices In
the Countv Courthouse In Dade Coun-
tv. Florida, ulthin eight calendar
months from the .late of the tirst pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
JEAN K. GREENSPAN
RICHARD FINK
Executors
RICHARD K FINK. Attorney
Slo I'm American Ban I Bldg
Miami 32, Fla
! S-13-20-21
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
undi n
bus...... tltlnus i
HALLMARK DECORATORS
N W s Ird Si M am in i ;-
with I C
Co le I
III iltERT J ISTlJ
-
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITOvS NAME LAW
-
:
lis AI
i

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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i iTIt'E is HEREBY GIVEN that
the mi.I tsUjiii ,l .i. slrl e to em ige in
is ne -.- under t he flctltl
ALL STATES INVESTMENT On at
',o4 Seylwld Bu ding, Miami, Floi
Intends I.....glstei -aid nam. with the
clerk of the Circuit Court ..t Dade
Count) Florida,
D \ti:u at Miami, Florida, this :-!h
da) oi December, I960
A MC INVESTMENT CO
Pv: Albert Martin. President
l t-t3-20-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 379
VERA IXJCKWOOP.
Plaint ii i.
v -
LEE I.i K'KWI( >D,
I lefendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
(BY PUBLICATION)
T< LEE U ickWoiiP
Residei ce 1'tiknow n
YOL' ARE HEREBY required to
.-..-v. .i cop) "'' your Answer to the
Complaint for Divorce herein on the
Plaintiff's Attorney, Mil", hay /..
KLEIN, 415 Beybold Building. Miami
32. Florida, .nt fib the original m the
office f the Clerk of the circuit c luri
,.n or before Februaiy W, rMli other-
wise, the -i Id Cause will be tiiken .is
confessed by you.
DATED THIS 12;h day of January.
i:-;i.
P. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of the Circuit Court
iseill B) K M. PYMA.N,
I leplitv Clerk
1/20-27. 2 3-10
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ME I MCA L, CREDIT RESEARCH l'-l -
i'i.ai at 870 Flshem in Opa lo ka in-
tends to re^ist.-r .-ii.: name wltl
Clerk of the Circuit Co rt of Dade
County. Floi da
.ll'I.IIS WIENER
Sol.- i iw er
ALVIN S C VWN
Attoi '--. lor Ap
tin.- Lincoln Road
l ,;-::-:::
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I engagi
buslnest under the I if
Mi: FORMAL WEAR va \ Fi IRM-
Al. RENTALS at HSS W FI igl.
Miami Intends t.. reglsti
with ths Clerk of the Cln tit Courl
Dade Count) Florid -
ACB i RM \i. WBAR, INC.
:i Fla '' -I,-
i.i-MN \ i:psti:ix
Atot nev for Applicant
128 Llm "in Road
1 20-27, :;-'0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS KERKIPf GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enga
business under the fictitious name of
NASSAU GARDEN APARTMENTS at
16740 X i: 18th Avenue, North Miami
Beach intend to register -aid name
with the Clerk of the Cir.uit Court of
Dude County. Florida.
HYM AN KIHSNKP
LEONARD GOLDeTTBIN
Co-Partners
JACK ASK IS
Attorne) for Applicant!
?2tf Lincoln Road
1 '20-27. 2 ;-tu
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*Jeisii ncrikfisjn
Friday. January 27. 1961
The
Difference
By MAX LERNER
W. Germans Defend Former Nazi Bigwig
Ctoarb Dwlghl Eisenhower, In saying farewell to the American
people, had in mind mother farewell ngken by another general ana
President, George Washington There was in effort to onpn.ro iho same
flavor of Long perspective, mature raflectlon and mellow advice given
b\ ;n old soldier and patriot to the generations ahead.
The difference la that GedfWaehington, si the nations first Pres-
ident ipoke to a young republic Just taking Ita place as pan ..f a checker
board oi nation states. I he < roblem was to bo war) <>; the entanglement!
oi ., Europe encrusted In the mischief of power-politics. The solution :i-
(,. t-all upon tho traditional vuti.ros as .cuides for the U.sty now natio
which as destined for greatness U It could use prudence ami keep
Gen Elsenhower's banding over of ptwet came in a very different
rontexl America is no longer a newcomer but one oi the powers of the
, nth and tin- leader of a world democratic Woo which is caught In an
a [onj of world strugglo with tho Communist bloc, what i- dangerous
,., the checkerboard of national power politics is not tho wiles oi tho older
,. ^nois but tho checkerboard itaelf, tho classic system of nation states
Phc solution therefore is not to call upon tho traditional virtues ol
moderation balance, ludgment, restraint, and tho refusal to mori
the present to tho future which i> what Eiaehnower farewell address
a hiod up to This may ho the natural impulse for a massive imperial
* tmplex trying to hold on to its slipping power, it is no; tho anssK.
, people faced bj a double task, both aspects of which require enemy
and boldness the ta-k of preventing world destruction in nuclear war.
.. ui tho task of reversing the present strong tide of advai tage for the
Communist world bloc In the long politcal war
_ .*- v*r
THE CRUX OF BOTH STRUGGLES is a fresh re-thinking
verj bavis of American decisions, a tapping of new talents m ;:um- .
pollC) the setting of a new and quickened tune table, and a shut from
0 u'-idcd national decision to hemispheric and world decision within the
1 smework Oi a ne world authority
This is the mood with which a young, new President takes over the
:- eateat eoncontr.ition of power in an open SOCiet) that the trorkj
- Sses The difference i- no: merely between the two men but between
the two moods One see- dangers and pitfalls while the other sees neco>
> irj n>k> and Inch -takes One cries "Caution, hold tight don't take
chances." while the other cries, "release tho hold of the dead hand of
the past, clear a new road before total darkness falls upon mankind.'
Difference, it is the difference between what w h Auden in a cr >al
only poan ot his celled "fearer^and tare:-.' between the trembling
American and tho adventuroua American
THERE WAS A RECENT REMARK of Gen. Kisonhowor about
I. s sUCCesaor which casts li.cht on the difference between the two He
had, ho said, worked hard and long on tho issue of civil ncht> for Negroes.
And then, he said, came Kenned] In the Presidential campaign, who
p eked up the phono, made a few calls, and won most of tho No^ro vote
Ki>enhowor .-aid this ruefully, with the pu//Uxi sadness of a man
who ha- ne\or understood tho nature and value of the symbolic decision
He was referring to Kennedy's intervention in the arrest ot Rev Martin
I ather King which did much to swing tho civil rights vote But this was
n ore than merely smart politics. It was a symbolic move to -how that
Kennedy intended to use the moral axis of the President in twinging the
long stru.cclo tor civil ri.chts
What it showed ta addition, incidentally was that Kennedy under-
bids the role ot tho symbolic act not only in domestic struggles but in
tho protracted political war betweon the two world Hoes There is a
ireater chance ot vmning the now nations of the whole African continent
t-v nuv.es which identify America with their difficult and danger -
future and their pride ot color than tho blandishments of arms
nonuo aid
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I WAS STRUCK. IN GEN. EISENHOWER'S FAREWELL, b) B BCV
M ho had raroly if oxer struck before It was .; p!e i tor tho role
mi i ta, the world el eorparate and go* organuation \
111Manual contract ho wane o aes v trtuall} a substitute for hv
t,llecutal curio-;-> And BS ptospe,
nation > BChe BTS B) the BOWOff Of BIOB*)
Oomiiij; from a President who tart Ims by a cal
highly eeneervativi rthanbysch
ith intellecutal cut this is a wek
i be sb express rhich K
. iherta have brought I
agatnsi publu ;v:.,> be< i
l rub BS) eyes at thil
i ii -.he as with it curios

>. em- to me tar :> **
at there i
n in unit >
Continued from Pago M
lion of the 6.000.000 European Jew s.
had consented to the transport of
the 10.000 Jews to Palestine Dr.
I'.lobke has denied the charge that
he had prevented them from leav-
ing Greece.
Evidence purpotedly implicating
Globke i" overt anti-Semitic acti-
ie- during1 the Hitler regime was
presented to the State Prosecutor
m Frankturl last week by two East
German, Communist prosecutors.
Dr. Globke, who has never de- (
nied having worked with the Nazi
regime as a legal expert, has al-
ways claimed that he only wrote
a 'commentary" on the Nurem-
berg Laws, the Hitler code of ra-
.i-i. anti-Semitic pratices adopted
by the Nazi Reichstag in 1935. The
top aide to Dr. Adenauer has In-
>i-ted.. however, that he had no
hand in the drafting or implemen-
tation of the Nuremberg Laws.
In this evidence, consisting of
Kennedy Cabinet Thanks Jewish
Group for Expression of Support
By Special Report
NEW YORK Top meml >ra ol
the Cabinet of the Kennedy A
istration have written personal
communications to the Synagogue
Council of America thanking it for
its expressions of support on their
recent appointments and inviting
continued st:a cooperation with the
l S Government
They were Vice President Lyndon
B Johnson, who was named chair-
man oi the President's committee
,.:i government contracts; Dean
Ruak, Secretary of state: Adiai
Stevens in, U S Ami u-sach>r to the
L'nlted Nations; Chester Bowles.
I "nderSoi rotary of State; and
Abraham fUbicoff, Secretary of the
is Department of Health. Educa-
tion and Welfare
Earlier. President John F. Ken-
nd} had written to 8CA inviting
the cooperation of tho Jewish reli-
gious aueneie- with this admini-
stration
Vic* President Johnson stated
in a personal letter to Rabbis
Davidson and Tanenbaum: "I
apreciate very much the confi-
dence that yoo have expressed
in my appointment as chairman
of the President's committee on
government contracts. This is a
responsibility which I accept with
a deep sense of the importance
to the people of our country, and
I it means much to me to know
that I can count upon your co-
operation.
Both Rabbi Davidson and Rabbi
Tanenbaum are members of this
committee's religious advi-i>rv
council and. together with Rabb;
Julius Mark. SCA vice president,
have played an active role in its
deliberations since it was created
by President Eisenhower in May.
19.59 Rabbi Tanenbaum is a vice
Chairman of the advisory council.
Dean Rusk sent his ilnccn
thanks for "your generous >od
wishes .it. your pledge of coo|
tion Tho excellent work of the
Synagogue council of America is
well known and I well be grateful
to have its support."
Adlal S.evenson also expri
"to you tRabbi David-
ton and Rabbi Tanenbaum for
your kind letters" Referring to
his assignment in the United Na-
tions, he declared "1 have no
illusions about the dlfficulitles 1
face, and your thought of mo is
comforting and encouraging
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NEW YORK CITY
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Mrs. Estelle Lehrman saw all her relatives in
New York except her son and daughter-in-law .
They were vacationing in Mexico and planning a
trip to Miami Beach ... So. with a brief stop in
Maryland. Estelle made it back here in time to
meet them Son. Ronald, is an attorney His
wife, professional name Patricia Dunn, is a bal-
lerina with the Jerome Robbins Ballet Company, which has just
concluded a tbur of the Middle East with his "Opus Jazz" .
Ewie and Albert Barmack are busy these days with house-
guests Mr. ar.i Mrs. Murray Gross, longtime friend* from Man-
hattan Since tho weather is hardly right for swimming and
sunnin". they have perfect alibi for spending their days at Hialeah
... Daughter-ir-law Carolyn (Mrs. Donald) Barmack. energetic
president of the Beach Unit of I'nited Cerebral Palsy, on the other
tad, !- bus} up offices on Lincoln rd. for pre- and post-
Eethon acth ties which in no way limits supervision over her
ee children, aged 10. eight and four.
-
Ml and Mrs Jacob Duchan, of Euclid ave.. are entertaining
their children. !':'.- Milton Duchans. of Detroit. Mich .
Thi Mich tl Bronsteins. of Bay Harbor Islands, are getting a
fttkt-pt'-on 8C( >unt <>f traveling in Europe and Israel from daugh-
ter. Mi-. Jack (Bernioe) Greenwald. who has just returned from an
extended trip .
The president of Temple Sinai and the first vice president of
the Sisterhood celebrated a wedding anniversary on Jan. 18 Mr.
and Mi Sam ".-:. Lubell. of 680 NE 132nd St.. No. Miami .
Edward Crenwald and Ronald Deblinger staged a glorious
snowball fight the moment their jet landed in Chicago last week .
Of con;-.' tha: wasn't the purpose of their visit Temple Emanu-
El had -ent them as delegates to the 10th annual national conven-
tion oi lie l'n:te i Synagogue Youth The recipients i I this honor,
given v roc mn/ion of top level leadership, belong to Mr ; "I Mrs.
Edward Grer.w i !. 156.") Cleveland rd.. and Mr. ar.'. Mrs. Murray
DcblinL.tr. 9'M7 Emerson ave.

Mrs. Dor thy Kaufman and daughter. Shu- that
dream- nf-trip around the world, will visit daughter Nancj who is
teachin. in .C.T.r- Bidding a temporary farewell to them at a
luncht r. la-* w.'?1: were Mesdames Richard Bergman. Sum Green-
field. Joseph I' k. Max Klotz. Leo Falk. Mildred Becker. Lillian
Hershman. E! Steigel. Ezra Finegold. Charles Branson and Allen
Kauffman .
: Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach congratulating themselves because
Mrs. Harold Druker has agreed to chair their annual dinner dance
again ... It will be a Japanese Extravaganza at the Americana
hotel .
i Mr. and Mrs Mack Behn. of Highland Park. 111., will visit th-
Norman Babels while attending a convention at the Americana hotel.
and then leave to attend another in New Orleans .
I Nikki Kraus thought she was surprising her parents when she
told thm she ha i been accepted at the University of Alabama and
would attend there next semester, but mother. Mrs. Mickey (Yvettet
Krau- with the help of Mrs. Milton (Frances) Linn, turned the tables
by planning a surprise party for her and friends at the new Ocean
Cafe and Lounge of the Eden Roc Huge cake said -Alabama.
HCVe Comes Nikki.'* .
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. Over 400 women attended Morris Lansburgh's kick-off brunch
[the Miami Beach Mother's March of Dimes on Saturday at the
kuville ... It isn't often that determination and dedication come
pped so attractively The women were young and pretty
jgh to have been mistaken for Hollywood starlets Mrs. Sid-
(Claire) Weintraub. guest of honor, dignified and attractive in
be with cloche of lavender satin flowers Mrs. I. tJoan) Levine.
Irman, so cute even the tall beehive hair style was becoming .
hde Gloria DeHaven. looking lovely in a leopard pill box with
handbag to match, was co-hostess with Gogi Grant, whose
latv voice added depth to the March of Dimes theme song.
Ill Never Walk Alone."
*
[Social functions with serious impetus: Dr. and Mrs. Litowitz
entertain a group of fellow dentists and their wives in their
|e. 1589 Alter, rd Wednesday evening to discuss their respOlttl-
lies in the 1961 Combined Jewish Appeal
Spearheading the Jubilee Ball at the Foctainebleau hotel Sat-
|y night ai Mesdames George Coury. Nat Waldman, Edward
-stein and Paul Pollak. who are determined that revenue from
[and other functions continue for the Natio;: .'. Children's Cardiac
I
four 150 fir hi Is attended the lovely cocktail buffe' party given
|le Morton J. Engels at their home. 6405 Leonardo. Coral Gables,
liss P. W. Manchester, well-known dance critic and author of
feal books :i choreography It's more than colt! lence that
tin it of honor is identified with the art of the ; aim mi
Baric eleb 10th season, is intereste atti ictlng new
mem: inaels wanted everyone I bear ab the ball
plwin. for the Evergla les hotel .. Chairman Mrs. Ethel
Tifeld-Gerson was pleased Hun Capt. and Mrs. Jay Moser (she
ird president) had returned that day from Ecuador in time
tend the party
Here to atten the Bar Mitzvah and reception of Stanley,
Ir. and Mr- i. n iDorothy) Kaplan, are Leon's brother and
, from Cliff N.J., and Dorothys brother and wife. Mr. and
| Harry Rinzier. and cousin. Mrs. Macy Gordon, all of Passaic. N.J.
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The Sterling hotel had its festivities ... The Michael Eisen-
ts married a half century Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Roseman.
*nkenton. Pa., married a mere 42 years Other guests: Cantor
[Mrs. Richard Conn, of Astoria Center of Israel in Long Island
. The Henrv Wimpfheiniers with daugh'er. Vivian He's
Icticing attorney and president of Gemiluth Chesed of New York.
(Mr. and lira. Ben Fuhr celebrating their wedding anniversary
[good friends Mr. and Mrs. I. Pavoni at the Lombardy hotel .
ie place, another anniversary, the 45th of Mr. and Mrs. I. Motz-
. Also there: Rabbi Nathan Kohler. Rabbi J. M. Charlap.
bi Israel Tabak, and Dr. Samuel Mirsky. all arrived to attend
regional conference of the Religious Zionists of America .
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jBirthdaze: Monica Sharon, born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sponder.
of 18811 NE 21st ct., No. Miami Beach, joins sister Debra, age 5 ..
T eJewisli Floridiam
Miami, Florida. Friday, January 27, 1961
Section B
Women Plan
Beth David
Day
The world-famous Roberto Ig-
I ias Ballet Espanol will help Be "o
David Sisterhood ceiehrate Beth
David Day in a 1:30 matinee per-
. ni e Feb. S at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse.
An 11:30 a.m. luncheon a: : !
Playhou e restaur nl will pre
the engagement (.: the (
troupe.
"(>i Ij 200 reservations h '< be
ac :epte I t r the lui i
sai I Mrs I
Bei Davij Day cha
are Mrs Davi I Br
an Mrs. >. Inej G >ldb irs
Mrs. Benedict Silverman (left) and Mrs. Melvyn Frumkes are
co-chaumen of the Combined Jewish Appeal Young Women's
Division, sponsoring a hostess tea on Feb. 6, 1:30 p.m., at the
home of Mrs. Harry Levy, 5335 Alton rd.
Name Hostesses for Women's Luncheon;
Col. Arvey to Address Premiere Affair
Continued on Pafle 14 B
Some of South Florida's most
prominent women in communal
work are being added to the hostess
committtee roster of the Premiere
Luncheon to be held on Feb. 7 at
the Eden Roc hotel.
Premiere chairman Mrs. Fay
Ablin Robbins this week announced
that the committee, which is still in
formation, now numbers nearly 5U
members.
Hoftesp i >-cha rmer ar* Me*dame
- Blank .'n 1 Am >l i > e l( r Tl
committee In ludet, Meo-laniM Ben
Leo i \ "our*h n
i. i- : i, i !.-. \ v c' Fine, Sa luel
: i n I Entil 1 rledlandor fain lei
i' I- .ii ni. relil I. 'iil-
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Met,.i ime* \ Olli man rjeors<
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sur. ; i. ,' i \ I
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.v...- i-i Walt< K n in,-/.
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I iptoi Sam I
n \ Muf-
Max O
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t>a
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--:':,
a : Leonard Vi
M !.
The luncheon comi-----1
while announced that C< I. Ja
a.>) di -:'-- f the
cratic Partj In Chica \>, and
a friend of thr is Pn
be principal speaker at the
Women's b;.; function.
The Premiere luncheon will
held In the Cafe Pompeii, and will
gignal the beginning of fund-raising
by the women of Greater Miami.
Mrs. Robbins sai.!
Earlier, Mrs. Robbins named the
following to serve as Premiere com-
mittee: Mrs. A. L. Glickman. Mrs.
Samuel Halperin. Mrs Samuel
K'.ein. Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mrs.
Jack Levkoff, and Mrs. Alex Man-
son.
Mrs. Morris Goodman, general
campaign chairman of the Wom-
en's Division, has extxended a spe-
cial invitation to Miami's women
to participate in the CJA Premeire.
Col. Arvey has been in the na-
tional political limelight for some
time. He has been the Democratic
national committeeman from Illi-
nois, and was alderman of the 24th
Ward in Chicago.
An outstanding attorney and legal
scholar, he was named master in
chancery in the Circuit Court of
Cook county. He served with dis-
tinction in World War II. receiving
the rank of Colonel in the U.S.
Army.
When former President Harry
Truman visited Miami to speak at a
CJA dinner several soars ago. it
was his close friend. Col. Arvey.
who was in charge of the project.
He entertained the Chief Executive
at his Miami Beach home, and was
instrumental in providing ma
thousands of CJA leaders with their
first opportunity personally to greet
Truman a; the reception.
In Chic jo, he is numbere I an
the top leadership of the Com!': e :
Jewish Appeal there, and partici-
pates actively in the annual cam-
Many of his achieven
are lis in the 1P61 edition of
"Who's Who in America."
Mrs, Roosevelt
Due at Beth Am
Israel Bond Fete
Mrs. Elear r R I will be
ol h >nor at the nnual 1 i
; Beth Am Israel Bond
ay i vei inc., Feb. 19 in
2910 N. Ken
Miami
ir- rec i [nition of her man; > ira
votl to human I
"h r inspiring su irt
State nf Israel." Mrs Ro v. II
be presented with a special Israel
Bar Mitzvah Award. Presentation
cf the award will highlight the l^t
Bar Mitzvah year of Israel's
hood.
The selection of Tempi? Beth
Am's Israel Bond dinner, for the
presentation to Mrs. Roosevelt was
a result "of the outstanding Israel
Bond effort made by the Tempi3
at its first annual bond dinner last
year." local bond officials explain-
ed.
Described by many commenta-
tors as the greatest woman today,
Mrs. Roosevelt has for many years
been identified with a wide variety
of efforts to improve the lot of the
underprivileged and the oppressed.
Her activities have ranged from so-
cial work to alleviate the lot of th?
unfortunate within the United
States to efforts on a world sea
raise the living standards of back-
ward nations.
Additional information can be ob-
tained by calling Temple Beth An
cr the Israel Bond oilice.
Miramar Sisterhood Meeting
The newly-formed Sisterlvv
Miramar Jewish Community
at i undberg's Restaurant, 14 51 s.
Si rd. 7. Wesl Hollywoi I I
Monday. Guest speaker was Mrs.
Harry Levitt, president of the I
iila Branch. National Women's
League ol the United Synagogue jf
Ame i .
Sam J. Heiman (left), president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, greets Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer at Fed-
eration's dinner meeting Sunday in behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal.



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Women to Eye Welfare Role
The Council Lassie in Tallahas-
see Making her Voice Heard'" is
th.' theme of a special program on
the role of women in shaping the
welfare program of the community,
which will be presented Wednesday
by the Greater Miami Section. Na
tional Council of Jewish W.unen.
The prograrfi is scheduler! for 9:45
a.m. at Temple Israel, and will fea-
ture a panel of outstanding com-
munity leaders in the area of law
m.iking and law enforcement.
Sen. W. Clifford Herrell will act
as moderator of the panel consisting
of State Attorney Richard E. Ger
stein: executive director ot the Dade
County Department of Welfare.
-Mod Hatters-
Lunch Friday
Flagler-Granada Jewish Sister-
hood had a "Mad Hatters'" lunch-
eon Tuesday at the Aloha restau-
rant Mrs. Ceil Jacobson and Mrs.
Arnold Michaelson were in charge
oi reservations.
On Friday, the Sisterhood will
hold a rummage sale at Food Fair,
Grand ave.. Coconut Grove, with
proceeds going to the yearly Flag-
ler-Granada project.
Robert Nicholson: and Mrs Vladi-
mir (Elizabeth) Verrick. of the Co-
conut Grove committee on slum |
clearance. They will discuss the j
subjects:
-What is the Most Disturbing I
Statistic Recently Learned About i
Miami Teen-auers?"
'What Problems in Dade Coun-
ty Need State or Federal Help?"
"What Can We Expect the 19til
Florida Legislature to Accomp-
iish?"
The audience will be invited to
participate in a question and an
swer period following the panel pre-
sentation.
Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Council presi-
dent. Wednesday urged all inter-
ested women to attend this meeting,
which is a joint undertaking of the
seven "day" divisions of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
and which was arranged by Mrs.
Robert Schwartz, vice president of
public affairs.
Council's Evening Division will
hold its own meeting on Feb. 1 at
7:30 p.m. Speaker will be Calvin
Platt. principal planner with the
Metropolitan Dade County Planning
Board
Co-chairman of Jubilee Ball is
Mrs. Nat Waldman. of Bay
Shore Islands. The ball, to be
held at the Fontainebleau ho-
tel on Saturday night, is for
the benefit of Miami's 100 per-
cent charity institution. Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hos-
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Mrs. Ackerman
Reports Atlanta
Agency Meeting
A -urvoy ot the Jewish Children'-
Service, of Atlanta. Ga condur**^;'
bv the Comic:! of Jewish Federa
'ions and Welfare Funds ir. cc3.::era
rion with the Child Welfaiv League
of America. ha< just been com-
pleted
JCS is a regional Jewish chill
care auenc> serving the five South-
eastern stal )l the I.S.. and re
ceives ^ stand-by allocation from
he Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation.
Mr- Leo Ackerman. <>f Miami,
who serves as the agency's Florida
vice pre-ident. attended the final
report meeting held in Atlanta on
Jan. 14 and 15. Mrs. Ackermai
said Wednesday that "a basic rec-
ommendation of the report was that
the Atlanta Agency undertake to
stimulate the development of local
Jewish child care services through-
iout the region in those communities
I where such organized services do
not e\i>:
"This recommendation grew out
jof the successful demonstration
'pilot program developed in Miami's
, Jewish Family and Children's Serv
ice. which the Atlanta agency help
ed finance Mrs. Ackerman e\
plained
The Miami program began in
1954 with funds provided by the
Atlanta ager n a limited foster
home program Since then, the
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*Jenisi! Fkrffdfifofi
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Presentation is made of new 50-star American
ilagg at a recent open board meeting of the
Miami chapter of Hadassah held at the Miami
Women's Club. Left to right are Mrs. S. E.
Evans, national Hadassah representative; Mrs.
Philip Annis, American affairs coordinator, Mi-
ami Hadassah; Mrs. Isadore Marks, Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center; Siq Eisen-
berg, Hope School; and Sid Kain, National
Children's Cardiac Hospital.
Workshop Due On Your Child And His Vocation
How can parents help prepare; on Tuesday,
their, children for college? What The workshop will be held in the
guidance is available in school? auditorium from 10 a.m. to 2 p m.
These and other questions can be Lunch will be served in the cafe-
answered at a lour-hour study teria. and reservations may be
course on Educational and Voca- made in advance
lional Guidance -pon-ored by the Dr. Victor B. Johnson, assistant
Miami Beach Senior High School I director. Division of Instructional
Tv WShevat Party
DV chapter ol M. will hold a luncheon and card party |
in celebration of Jew.-h Arbor Day.
Tu BVtievat on Tuoday neon at
the home of Mrs. Neiiu Bernstein, i
1828 SW 16th ter. l'muu^ a..
for children of Israel.
Choim Greenberg
Branch Meeting
Poile Zion. Chaim Greenberg.,
Branch, a> to meet Thursday ev-
ening,8 p.m at l.-rael Bond House,
424 Lincoln In.
D. Simon Wilensky. president,
was to conduct the meeting, with
the program highlighting the 100th'
anniwrs.ii> ot the bir.ii ol Sholem
Aleicbem
Participants in the program were
to indu Beryl Morrison, presi-
dent Of the Bialik Branch, and Max
Astor.
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aar 6 wight phqnj siwvicj__
BB Women Have
Active Programs
Shoshana chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will present its third annual
Sweetheart"' fashion show.
Called "A Foreign "Affair." the
show will be held in the Napoleon
room of the Deauville hotel on Tues-
day evening. Feb. 7.
Members of the chapter will
model fashions courtesy of Hart-
ley's. Imports from foreign coun-
tries will be featured.
Winners of the baby photo con-
test will be chosen by a prominent
personality.
In charge of reservations and in-
formation are Mrs. Buddy Aronson
and Mrs. Robert Drucker.
*
North Dade chapter of B'nai j
B'rith Women met Tuesday evening '
at Congregation Yehudah Moshe.
A film. "Fears of Children."' was
presented by the Mental Health So-
ciety. Ivan Cohen, psychiatric so-
cial worker, led the discussion fol-
lowing.
In charge of information was
Mrs. Stanley Weider.
Services. State Department of Edu-
cation in Tallahassee, will speak
on what Florida has to offer in
guidance services and what the
state recommends for each school.
The same subject on the county
! level will be discussed by Marvin
D Griep, assistant director of Sen-
ior High School and Adult Gui-
dance with the Dade County School
Board.
Harold Ruby, assistant principal
>f .Miami Beach High School..will
jitell what part the school plays in
'. vocational guidance and how the
parent may help.
Moderating the panelists will be
Miss* Margaret Gilkey. director of
Guidance Services with the Dade
County Public Schools.
Mrs. Rose Noroff. PTA adult
education chairman, has coordina-
ted the program with Mrs. Ben
Samuels, vice president, and Mrs.
Leon Green, president
In charge of reservations for
lunch are Mrs. Virginia Barg and
Mrs. Gerry Greenberg.
Bay Harbor Hadassah
Hadassah Youth Aliyah project,
which has rehabilitated and edu-
cated 100.000 refuge children, will
be highlighted by the new Bay Har-
bor Island group of Hada.-sah at a
luncheon and card party Friday
noon at the Singapore hotel. Mrs.
I Ellis Amclur is president.
Board Meeting Wednesday
Board meeting of Sisterhood of
Temple Emanu-El will be held
Wednesday. 10 a.m.. at Sirkin Hall.
1701 Washington ave.
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Captains of the annual Miami Beach Division,
Mothers March of Dimes, plus some 425 of their
workers attended a kickoff bruncheon in the
Deauville hotel recently. Workers were brunch-
eon guests of Morris Lansburqh, chairman of
the Miami Beach Division, Dade County March
of Dimes. Left to right (first row) are Mesdames
I. Stanley Levine. chairman, Miami Beach
Mothers March of Dimes, Richard Bluver, Da-
vid Rosen, David Lesser, Albert Rossman, Hen-
rietta Fine. Second row (left to right) are Mes-
dames Fred Aaronson, George Levenson, Sa-
die Samovitz, Blanche Quasha, George Liebo-
witz. Third row (left to right) are Mesdames
Sherwin Levine, Melvin Feit, Sheldon Dubler,
Jack Lieberbaum. Fourth row (left to right) are
Mesdames Vetta Viera, Gloria Lieberman, Miss
Sondra Frankel, Donald Bleckman. Joel Kaiser.
Medical Forum At Center Sunday
Four physicians will share the
platform at a special medical forum
arranged for senior citizens Sun
day. 2 p.m., under the sponsorship
< munity Center.
Planned as the limax of a month
cf special activities, which were
timed to coincide with the White
House Conference on Aging, the
forum will be open to all senior citi-
zens in the community at the Mi-
ami Branch. 450 SW 16th ave.
Participating are Drs. Norman
Gladsden. geriatric institute. Jack-
son Memorial Hospital: Solomon
Kann. internist: Philip Samet. direc-
tor cardio pulmonary laboratory
lit. Sinai Hospital: and Arthur Hal
pern, eye surgeon.
A. Budd Cutler, attorney and vict
president of the GMJCC. will tx
moderator.
Topics covered will include: Wha
are some of the major medical prob
lems of the aged? What can the
older person do to keep in goo<
health? What resources and faci!
ities for medical care are available
n this community?
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Max Strassburgs Mark 50 Years
Robert Strassburg. noted Miami
conductor and composer, and fa- j
culty member of the University of
Miami, will present a special pro-'
t;ram *f music in honor of his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Max (Frances
Rose) Strassburg, who will cele-
brate 50 years of marriage Satur-
day evening at the Roney Plaza
hotel.
Prof. Mervin Cummings. of Ori-
ente University, will be guest vio-
linist. The date coincides with
Mrs. S'rassburg's birthday.
Max Stra>sburg, now retired, was
Rheoising the skit in which they will participate at the annual
cocktc.l-dinner party of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom
on Feb. 4 in the Temple Banquet Hall are Sidney Ross, Mrs.
David Drucker, David Drucker, president of the Brotherhood,
and(o. the piano) Cantor David Conviser, of Temple Beth Sho-
lom. who will produce and conduct the skit, written by Sheila
Baron. Proceeds from this fund-raisinq affair will qo towards
the pledge of SI0.000 to the new religious school, which Beth
Shown: is in the process of building.
Beth Sholom Sets
Annual Function
live Theatre for Children
The Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Sholom ill hold its annual dinner
dance, ar.d cocktail party on Satur-
day ever:ng. Feb 4. in the Temple
Auditor in according to an an-
nouiWRr-.-nt !>> David Drucker.
Brother jod president.
Ajkxt. wirier. b> Sheila Baron,
niBrc'iiceil and conducted by _.
CanfcEavid Conviser, will be the Author S P/ays 0/1 TV
North County YMHA presents the
first in a series ot productions de-
signed for children on Monday. The
Jack and Jill Players, a group of
professional actors, will present
"Sleeping Beauty" directed by Ivin
Kivitt at the North Miami Junior
High School.
Mrs. Czech Will
Be Feted Feb. 8
Bikur Cholim Kosher Convales-
cent Home of Greater Miami will
honor Mrs. Sarah Czech as "Mother
of the Day" on the third anniver-
sary of the organization.
The function honoring Mrs. Czech
will be held Feb. 8 at noon at the
Algiers hotel.
Invocation will be by Rabbi Mau-
rice Klein, spiritual leader ot South-
west Jewish Center.
Mrs. Victoria Roe. director of the
home, will present greetings. Also
on the program are Edward Elkin,
; manager, and Mrs. Elkin. president.
Chairman of the affair will be
Mrs. Joseph Keiser. with details of
the program arranged by Mrs.
Harry Webb. Nathan Roth, trus-
tee, will offer the benediction.
for many years executive treasur-
ei of an insurance company, and i
founder-president of the Coney Isl-:
and Jewish Center. His wife, a
gifted poetess and singer, headed
many civic organizations and pio-
neered in adult education, forming
and leading classes in child psy-
chology in the high schools in
Brooklyn.
In addition to Robert Slrassburg.
they have a son, Hernard. who is
an attorney and head of the legal
department of the Federal Com-
munications Commission in Wash-
ington. D. C The couple also have
three grandchildren and Bernard
Sirassburg's wife Anita, and daugh-
ter. Harriet, will be here for the
celebration.
The Strassourgs were married in
New York City on Jan. 25. 1911. and
came to Miami to stay 15 years
ago
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year. J.dtic I'iu'.:p Schhssel and
Harold iiir>chrV: J are co-chair-
men. ,
Card Party Social
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Winter social and card party of
Beth Jacob Sisterhood will be held
at the synagogue on Monday, at
8 p.m.
Israeli and cantorial music will
be heard through the courtesy o!
Cantor David Kusevitsky. who will
appear in February at Beih Jacob's
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vJewisti noridUar
Friday, January 27, 1961

- m MUSIC AND n
* W THEATER
i Ilt**r G 1
Dear Parents of Small Children Who are Studying Music:
I am assuming that you arc a loving parent who wants to jive your
child "everything." So you start him with music lessons between the
; ie of 7 or 8. At the tender age I really tender?) oi 9. little darling pipes
up a horrifving shriek: You can'i make me practice ... 1 won t .
I wont ... I won't ." Then comes the soul-searching question: -To
force or not to force0-'
To be a "music lover." one should have some knowledge of music-
making.'' However -mall the talent may be. if one has suns or played
an instrument in youth, the appreciation of artists and music is doubled
a hundredfold during adulthood.
Once a child reaches the age of 13. has studied an instrument for
a few years, and successfully overcome some of the difficult hurdles
Involved in mastering that instrument, the worst is over, and the child
will be eager to continue and begin to enjoy playing.
To get back to the question: "To force or not to force?" I have con-
suited and interviewed hundreds of famous artists, musical pedagogues
ol renown, adults who have, themselves, been forced to practice in their
youth, and adults who avoided early musical experience cither entirely
or to some degree. In every case, the concensus of opinion is a big.
unanimous "Force!" Anything short of mayhem is in order.
These heroic measures require the cooperation of both parents. Suc-
cess is doomed to failure if one parent forces, and the other sweetly says
i front of the rebellious offspring: "If he doesn't want to play, he does
not have to play Besides, it's cheaper."
If after you have done all within your power, and your child still
refuses to practice, showing no talent whatsoever, accept your defeat
gracefully, gather up all the remaining strength left in you and start
;,i over again with your victorious darling's younger brother or sister

MR. SENOFSKY'S BEAUTIFUL TONE
The Community Concert Assn. presented its second offering of the
m [SOU on lan. 18 at Dade County Auditorium, with Berl Senofsky in a
brilliant violin recital. Mr. Senofsky. winner of the famous Belgium
International Competition in 1955. and soloist with the world's greatest
orchestras, is a virtuoso instrumentalist of the highest order.
The Praeludium and Allegro, by Fritz Kreisler. opened the program
and showed Mr. Senofsky's big and beautiful tone. The Schubert Rondo.
a gay and charming composition, demonstrated the soloist's exquisite
phrasing and ineffable tenderness. In the Beethoven Sonata in C minor.
op 30. No. 2. one of his greatest works in this form. Mr. Senofsky played
th> first movement with tremendous speed and flawless technique.
He revealed poetic insight in the second movement: while the
Scherzo and final Allegro were played with great spirit and dramatic
feeling.
Jeffrey Stoll. member of the University of Miami music faculty,
and called upon at the last minute to substitute for Mr. Senofsky's regu-
lar accompanist, was a most sympathetic partner, and his excellent
and sensitive played helped to fuse this sonata into a dynamic whole.

CALMNESS AND SECURITY OF PERFORMANCE
The second half of the program opened with the Mozart Sonata in
B flat major. K445. in which Mr. Senofsky offered an impeccable Mo-
zartean interpretation, playing with colorful shading and elegant ease.
Frisa, by Bartok. reflected its true Hungarian folk style, with the diffi-
cult harmonics tossed off easily and beautifully.
In the Dvorak-Kreisler Slavonic Dance. Mr. Senofsky reflected its
warmth and sadness gracefully. The humorous "Saudadcs do Brazil,"
by Milhaud, and Sarasate's "Introduction and Tarantelle" concluded the
program.
The calmness and security of Mr. Senofsky's performance here, his
masterful bowing and artistic interpretations gave these compositions a
stirring rendition.

EXCITEMENT OF SR. GRECO'S ENTRANCE
.lose Greco, formost living exponent of the Spanish dance, and his
troupe of singers and musicians opened a two-day engagement Jan. 21
at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Sr. Greco is always the unique artist, a man whose body is music,
and whose virile grace never becomes cloying.
The lirst half of the program was devoted to folk dances which
proved charming and prettily costumed if not exciting. But excitement
always developed when Sr Greco made his entrance.
The second half of the program was more flamboyant, stirring and
belter dance theatre all around. A very young man. I'aco de la Isla.
contributed a haunting guitar solo that was warmly received by the
audience.
A completely sold out house loved every moment of the Spanish
dances of sadness and tragedy, humor, satire and the jolliest of panto
mime.

HILLEL SINFONIETTA PLAYS SUNDAY
The Hillel Stung Smfonielta will give a performance trust fund
concert made possible through the cooperation of the Miami Federation
ol Musicians on Sunday at 8:15 p.m. The concert will take place at
Hillel House. 1100 Miller dr.. on the campus of the University of Miami,
and will be performed by 20 of the outstanding musicians of the area,
plus the regular Sinfonietta membership. Robert Strassburg is music
director.
Mrs. Julian Balogh. assistant concertmaster of the University of
Miami Symphony, and Arthur Bodger will be the featured soloists in
the Vivaldi Double Concerto for two violins in A minor. Lawrence
Trembley. first clarinetist of the University of Miami Symphony, will
be soloist in Prokofieff's "Overture on Hebrew Themes." and Lottil
Spielman. pianist for the University of Miami Symphony, will perform
in the Bloch Concerto Grosso No. 1. which will conclude the program.
The balance of the program will include the Bach Bradenburg Con-
certo No. 3 in G major, and the seldom heard Mendelssohn Symphony
No. 9.
The concert is free to the public, as well as to university students.
Menasha Skulnik to Star in "49th Cousin;
Playhouse Slates Bevy ot Attractions
diately prior to "The 49th Cou
in," a or*.week ngagerr.er- n
slotted for tho
famous Roberto
Espanol.
international'^
Iglesias Balier
A theatrical evenl thai has expres ied bj organizations,
th ex- synag6gues a I dernal Sfoup*
Phillips has announced special dis-
Be
charged the atmospl
citemenl is the anr ''it of
producer Owen Phillips that
Menasha Skulnick, the "Kin
Yiddish Comedy." will st;
nui Groi Plaj ho ise in his
. Iway producti n ol "The 49th
Cousin "
les lay. Feb 14. Stall
ii the
Ambassador Theati
where the hit c< i has
playing pices ol
th- Theatre Gu bj the
world. Skulnick was i few
years ago identify th the
variety stage. Bi I with his
ring role in "The Fifth Season,"
the' acclaim of both critics and
audiences established him as one
of the nation's foremost legitimate
actors.
Appearing i:i the role of a domin
eering father. Skulnik will have the
assignment of playing opposite his
wife. Ann Roman. Of further in
terest is that Hiss Roman, who will
portray the role created b) Martha
Scott, will be playing the part of
Skulnik's eldest daughter,
With one or two other excepti ns
the entire cast will be imported
from the original production
Because of the interest already
count ir theatre parties
,nt of 10 ; :
i.,.nt | 25 to 50. a
will e Jiven ofl to
rceni
'.00.
"The 4?in Cousin." which will
play for two weeks only, will be
eomi-g in rre midst of one of the
firest theatrical schedules ever
presented by the Playhouse. Cur-
rently appearing through Feb. 5,
is stage arxi television star Rob-
ert O. Lewis in the hilarious
comedy, 'The Caiabo" Imme-
MRS. JtNNIt GR0SSING
Mrs. Grossinger
To Host Reception
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Miami
Beach hotelwoman and philanthro-
pist, will be host at a reception for
the South Florida chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University in her home Saturday
night, Feb. 4.
This is an annual feature of the
local chapter's activities. Herbert
S. Shapiro, president, said1,
Mr. and Mrs Abraham F. Wech
sler. national leaders of the Ameri-
can Friends, will be guest speak-
ers. Mrs. Wechsler is New York
state women's chairman, and Mr
Wechsler. who returned from a
visit to the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem last month, is ;t mem-
ber of the national board, and a
founder of the university's new
campus
Mrs Grossinger has long been
Identified with the Hebrew Univer-
sity, and is ., member of the South
Florida's chapter board ol direc-
tors.
Yiddish Revue
At Variety Here
"Live and Laugh" i> the title of
a new Yiddish-American musical
l revue which was to open Thursda)
2 p.m., at the Variety Theatre, 6th
i st and Washington ave Miami
j Beach.
Presented by Dickstein and Her-
man Rosen, the revue features
Freidele Oysher. Marylin Mich
arts, Seymour Rexite. Miriam
I Kressyn. and Jacob Jacobs.
On the screen, in addition, is
"The Cantor's Son." starring Moi-
I she Oysher
Performances are continuous,
with matiness at 50c and evenings
$1- i
"The Women." Claire D
fauoafw biting satire on mode J
phisticates, will follow
week, featuring a cast ,>f 44 ,
incnt localites Other pli
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*Jewisfi fk^ridHain
Page 7-B
Lead***- of Torah and Mt. Scopus Hadassah
g:ou|B'.fliscuss the Henrietta Szold Sabbath
seivfaf Ot Temple Zcmora on Friday evening.
Left la riaht are Mesdames Irving Tishman,
livitf LBs. Harold Abbott, J. Martin Fishman,
Mortto-lauretz, Stanley- Silvern, Harry Green,
M:ltonB|nstock, and Henry Paul. Officers and
members of both groups will participate in the
service and act as hostesses at the Oneg Shab-
bat hour following. Others who will partici-
pate are Mesdames Henry Gilman, B. Leon
Hurwitz, Net Goldv, David Kivel, Sam Raben-
owich, David Sernaker and William Goluberg.
Opti-Mrs. Holds
'Funtastic Frolics'
Over 500 persons this week at
tended the annual "Funtastic Fro-
lics" ot the NorUl Shore Opti-Mrs
Chili at (he Seville hotel.
The annual affair climaxed the
organization's fund-raising efforts
for emotionally-disturbed children.
Highlight of the evening was
the awarding oi two round trip tic-
kets to Paris via Air France Air-
lines, over 200 other prizes do-
nated by leading merchants oi the
area were also distributed to those
attending the affair, which was cli-
maxed by a midnight bullet supp Heading the committee was Airs.
Murray Sonnett. Assisting her are
Mrs. William Channel. Mrs. Sam
Hlrsch, Mrs. Leonard Platt, Mrs
S Silverman and Mrs. Louis Pil-
zer, Mrs Lawerenee Weston is
president oi the group.
Yehudah Moshe Seminar
Congregation Yehudah Meshi
ill hold an adult edult education
seminar fin Monday, 8 to 10 p.m .
in Popiel Hall Rabbi Steinmetz
will discuss "Psychology of Judi
ism." Beginners Hebrew will b<
held the same evening from 7 u
8 p.m.
In rehorsal for the Jewish Music Festival scheduled for Sun-
day night, Feb. 26, at Temple Israel is the Cantors Quartet oi
Greater Miami. At a rehearsal session are (left to riaht) Can-
tors Jacob Bornstein, Temple Israel; Abraham Seif, Conarega-
licn Knseth Israel; Edward Klein, Temple Menorah; David
Convief. Temple Beth Sholom; and accompanist Marten God-
win. The annual community-wide festival, presented by the
3reatf Miami Jewish Community Center, with the coopera-
ion of the Cantors Assn., will offer many other performing
utists in the fields of music and dance. ___
Cantors Quartet
Due at Festival
The first major performing group
participating in the 1961 Jewish
Music Festival is the Cantors
Quarte; it Gre iter Miami, with
ranter David Conviser as festival
program coordinator
The community-wide festival
takes place on Sunday. Feb. 26,
8:15 p.ni at Temple Israel, 137 NE
19th St., Miami, under hi sponsor-
ship of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community center, with the" co
operation of the Cantors Assn.
The quartet includes Cantors Ja-
cob Bornstein, Temple Israel; Da-
vid Conviser, Temple Beth Sholom;
Edward Klein, Temple Menorah;
and Abraham Self, Congregation
Kneseth Israel,
The concert will feature musical
and dance forms, with selections
from the past and present in Jew-
ish music, ranging from liturgical
to modern Israeli.
Dr. Lehman to Speak
Dr. Irving Lehrman will be guest
speaker at a luncheon meeting ol
Miami Beach B*nai B'rith Lodge on
Tuesday noon at the Rilz Plaza
hotel. Gershon S. .Miller is lunch
eon chairman.
t:
BB Women's
Fashion Show
The annual President's Brunch
and Fashion Show of the B'na'
B'rith Women oi Miami will be
held Tuesday, n a.m., at the Lu-
cerne hotel
Edith Applebaum, fashion co
umnist for The Jewish Floridiai
will narrate the show of creations
from Don Mullen, ("oral Gables,
Mrs. Munay Gladstone is chair
man. and all pa si presidents of thf
.Miami chapter are serving on her
committee
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Friday. January 27. 1961
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Women
SOPHIA

WOMAN OF THE WEEK
1 ittle did Sophia (Mrs. Malvin) Englander dream when she came to
Miami Beach from Atlanta a* a child of six that >o many exciting things
were gi ing to happen to her.
Her father was given six months to live, but Florida proved the
] ountain ot Youth, because he is still going strong.
At one of Miami Beach's famous high school house parties. Mai
came over to Sophia and asked her to teach him to dance. She did. and
thev have been teaching each other from then on.
Mai's interest in politics started his wife
On her political way. She has served as chair-
man of Group Ei^ht of the Democratic execu-
tive committee. District Eight, was elected a
Democratic committeewoman and filled the job
of campaign manager for President Kennedy in
the recent election drive here under Rep. Dante
Fascell.
Along with most of the Miami delegation,
the Englanders attended the Inaugural Ball at
the Armory in Washington this past week
Sophia said that when she saw the picture of
herself in the paper in her turquoise chifton ball
dress, she immediately went on a diet.
PTA's hold an important place in the Eng-1
lander home. They have four children, all girls. I
each going to a different school Nicki. 15.
Donna. 13. Patti. 8. and baby Tobie. 4.
Since Mai is on call at all times, the couple can not have planned-in-
advance activities. The hours that they spend together are therefore
jealously hoarded.
Vears ago. Mai bought Sophia a painting kit. She didn't stay in, the
lines at all just splashed paint all over the picture. Thus she started
painting without any formal training, and has been enjoying herself in
that field ever since.
Once, she painted a mural on the livingroom wall, hoping Mai would
I the hint and have the house painted. But he didn't and the mural
II mains as a tribute to her artistic ability as a painter of sand, sea :
iky.
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INTERESTING .
Tnxie Levin, writer and director, only ha> 14 more pages to do ot-
her latest musical production. 'Shingle on Flagler Street." Thi> i>
based on incidents in the life of the late Abe Aronovitz .. .
.'< -sie Gertman ha- now assumed the postion of supervisor oi com-
munity relations for the Housing Authority of the City ol Miami, Jessie
I just returned from taking her husband. Dr. Samuel Gertman. to New
York, where he will spend several weeks in the Institute of Physical
Medicine. 400 E. 34th St., New York City. Wont you drop him a card? ...
On her way to Boston to attend a Brandeis University National
Women's Committee mul-winter board nut tin.; Esther "Mrs. Sidney 1
k, wartZ will detour by way of New York to see son David and take him
df his favoriti Turkish coffee. Of course, it is impossible for
el ;t in the >>.-1 ity ...
from Boston -cut Sam and Edith Margolis Maine shellfish
1. air express. Tin watei was boiling when the expressman br<
Ihem \< ious puts Florida's to shame .
Faj Id sheath dress at the Allison hotel.
elr 50th anniversary. Thirty-
ilj enjoyed being with them on this verj
>;' c al w
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ROUND R03IN
their mother's side. Mollie (Mrs. Earl) Coplon, Dollie, now Mrs
St '. ; nts and ihree uncles One Is Rabbi Julius Mark, of Tempi-.' Emanu-El
1 N v. York They all had children who banded together every time
was a Bar Mitzvah or familj reunion. No second cousins were in-
cluded in tin- Cousins Club.
In due time, everyone grew up. married, and went their separate
ways. One d ly last summer, an aunt came visiting to Miami from New
York and said to Dollie. "Your cousin Ruthie just had her third baby."
Poor Dollie didn't know that Ruthie had had a first one. She realized
that she knew all about Queen Elizabeth and all about the affairs ol
Princess Margaret and her husband. She knew in detail all about
Jackie Kennedy's new baby but she didn't know a thing about her
own cousins
} She decided then and there to start a round
I robin to all 17 of the COUSina, which was launch
ed last September with a list and an explana-
tory letter. Each one was to write a letter, at
ach it to the others, and -end it on. Roz, her
lister who was -ixth on the list, just go) the
round robin, and is in the process Ol reading
it nov.
Dollie got the idea from when -lie was in
Mortar Board at Ohio State
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BABY SITTERS UNION .
.lack (arner is home from the hospital and
well on the way to recovery Helen -ay- -he
wants to thank everybody for all the many
cards, flowers, and attentions that Jack ha-
rec-Mvcd .
Judy (Mrs. Arthur) Gilbert took her baby.
Bobby, to her mother's. Martha (Mrs. Stanley Myers' house en route
to a morning brunch meeting at the home of Ruth (Mrs. David) Rifa-
l.inda Mr-. Richard) Brickman arrived with her two-and-a-half > ear
cid daughter. Karen, dressed in a bright red jumper like her mother's.
The difference was that Karen wore white leotards under her saucy
*kirt. She also had on black velvet college girl" shoes. Linda had
left the new baby, Patti Lynn, with her mother. Dotty (.Mrs. Leon)
Kaplan. Any other grandmas want to join the union?
Ardmore
MM. LIMW00D fULCHER
Candlelight Vows
For Fulchers
A double ring, candlelight cere-
mony united Miss Linda Rose Em.
crick and Dr. Unwood Max Kul-
cher on Sunday. Jan 15, at 1 p m .
wteh Rabbi Herbert Baumgard of-
ficiating.
The bride, given in marriage bj
her brother-in-law, Morris Odes-
sky, is the daughter of Mrs Alice
Kmerick. 5971 SW 6th st., Miami,
and the late Grover M. Emerick.
Mrs. Morn- ode-sky. the brides
sister, was matron of honor, and
her niece. Carol May Odcs-ky.
bridesmaid Jay George Odessky
and Karon Grunwell were the ring
bearers, and Debbi Rosenberg was
111 charge of the guest hook.
The new Mrs Fulchet graduated
from Miami Senior High, where she
was secretary of the studenl body,
and Walsh Business College.
Her husband is the son oi Mr
and Mrs Linwood Fulcher, 31W
Mary si Coconul Grove He is a
graduate <>1 Cera! Gable- High and
received his degree from Lincoln
Chiropractic College. lh> frater-
nity la Delta Tan Al; ha
Green and white color scheme ol
the wedding was carried out at the
luncheon tables, and reception
which followed the ceremony at the
Dupont Plaza hotel.
Jacobson, Wells
Exchange Vows;
Live in Shores
A dinner parts at the Bvergladea
hotel foUowed ihe Dec. 31 wedding
(lf Mr< Lela g Wells to Dr. George
jacobson a- Beth David Congrega
tion. with Raobi Norman Miapno
officiating.
Hie bride is the daughter ol Jos-
eph Glassberg and the late Anne
\scher GlassDerg. She is a grad-
uate el West Virginia Universit)
and a member of Si^ma Delta fau
sororitj and Phi B< ta K ippa honor-
arj society. She has lived in Miami
Beach for 14 years.
Mrs. Ralph G rd m was m 1!
of honor, an 1 Dr. William 1." 1
served the gr esl man.
Dr. JacobFOti parents 1 Mr.
and Mrs. Josepl >son. ol
sinew porl I .
He <>k his pi "'; cal Irai
at the Centenary College ol Louisi-
ana, and in 1946 graduated from
Louisiana State L'niversitj medical
school He interned ; Michael
Reese ii> < ital in hicagi and was
resident at I"ulane University 1
of Medicine. New Orl' at-. 1 r, inter
nal medicine -ri\ psychiatry from
1950 I o 1956
, He came iq the University of Mi-
'ami medical school as assistant pro-
lessor of p-ycluatry. and conti me-
in that position while engaging ir.
private practice in psychiatry and
psychoanalysis
, Dr Jacobson 1- a member of
Hade Count) Medieal S.ien t\ and
'he American Medical Assn. lie
is a Fellow 0I the American Psychi-
atric Assn and Academy of Psycho-
analysis, and a member ol Phi
Delia Epsilon medical fraternity.
KKS. GtOKGt JACOBSC:
Women Feature
Torah Fund Scriot

Mr- Josephine ilamin.
den. conducted the month v
ing of Temple Tilt rclh .1
terhood on Wednesday ev<
Program included a Tor ,
radio script, with Mesdan
n- /..itlyn. Issac Lcet. Lou.
Jack Wilco. Norman Z..^
Miss Marion Gordon partlc
Gue-t speakers were .V'
tie Israel, of New York 1
1 tional board member of :
tional Women's League oi 1
ted Synagogue of Amci
Mrs Nathan Spieglema
chairman of the Florida Bi
Mrs. Nathan Becker 1- .
chairman.
meet-
S
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- Mor-
. Wise,
r .. n d
patisf,
- Ber-
v na-
he Na-
h( I'm-
. and
Toral
nch.
-:rjnj
The
1177 N
and ph
spring.
young couple are living a;
E Blsl ter Miami Shores,
in a trip to Europe in the
Home Auxiliary
Meeting Tuesday
Greater Miami V
iary, Jewish Horn :>>r
will hold 1:- r. m Tuesday. 12 :io p.m.. i
baiyal room of thi Ugiei
Mrs. Sol Sllverman,
president, will give me a
welcot
I Mrs Louis Makovsk)
chairman, will kntrorJuci
lore Nelson, color;..
{ram of folk song-- She
companied at th
lian Nelson. The prcsei
ae in honor ot Ji v. -:: Mu-
Beth El Square Dance
Sisterhood of Congregation Bl
Fl. 500 SW 17th a\e. will have a
-Male dance, with a profeional
caller, on Saturda) evening, Feb. 4.
1:1 Dora August Memorial Hall.
SYIVIA H. M01/C8
Redlich, Clein
Are Engaged
Mr and Mr-. Ernsl Redlich, oi
3201 s\v 4th i Miami, announce
he engagement ol then- daughter
Sylvia.
The croom-to-b i Richard Clein.
He is th son ot M. Bid Mi- Berrj
Clein, 330 NW 44lii ave Miami
Both re attend!", j the Univer
sity ot M;ami Miss Redlich 1-
sophomore in elemental*} educa
tion. Mr. Clein 1- 1 senior in busi-
less ad n.ni-iiatio.1.
iliarl
will
Ner Tamid Ladiel
Fete Member
Sisterhood of Tei
\ ill sponsoi 1
members Wedn<
auditoi 1 ."i
Mrs Carlton
leni and Mr- Y
hairmen, are in
ifternoon.
Assisting thi -1
Vlitzi Bernstein U K
.Voif. Elizabeth I :
Silver
David Pinski Anniversary
David Pin-ki F0 '- SI
mate its fir-t Bl
evening al the Sevilli
ticipaiing in the pri
Kay Harrison, in a
dish and Hebrew
Mrs Ben Yon
singing; and h Ida 1
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tYONE at sonic lime or an-
ther takes a holidaysome of
re than others. Regardless of
lueh or how little you travel.
one thi:;j: remains the same the
natural feminine desire to look at-
tractive under n cry circum-
stance, in clothes appropriate for
the place and the occasion. It is
'Drtant. therefore, to consider:
mz
LANNING For the way
you will travel, the climate and
place to be visited and what you
will w. ,ir there.
PICKING How to analyze
your"present wardrobe in terms of
it* travel usefulness, and to select
the ripht additions for your trip.
PACKING Without waste
space, wast e eflort or excess
weight
As a vacationer, you will not I
lead the everyday life of the aver-
age citizen. You will be sampling
famous restaurants, visiting ex-
citing shops, hitting the high spots
in entertainment. You may be
carrying letters of introduction to I
friends-of friends. These ma)
bring invitations to dinner in a
private home, a beach picnic or a
country club dance, a trip to the
races. a gala theatre premiere.
The right clothes will help tre
mendously in "introducing" you
as a person of discrimination and
charm. After all, you live in a
land where every woman, what-
ever her income bracket, her size
or age. can be well and tastefully
dressed.
These are some special rules
for travel clothes:
It is important that a small
range of clothes blend together
and work together to be adaptable
in any weather.
The accessories you take
shoes, bags, gloves, hats should
go well with your entire ward-
robe.
In general, however, the suc-
cessful travel wardrobe- is like any
other good wardrobe: it is com
fortable. it is correct for the place
and the occasion, it is becoming
it is in fashion without being
bizarre.
Miss Kalchman
Plans for Spring
Rabbi and Mrs. Bernard Kalch-
man. of Cincinnati. O., announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Jacqueline Constance, to Dr. Bur-
ton S. Hutman. son of Mrs. Louis
Rosenberg and the late Herman
Hutman. of Washington, D.C.
Miss Kalchman studied at the
University of Wisconsin and grad-
uated from the University of Cin-1
cinnali. She spent her junior year
at the Universitad Nacionale and
Mexico City College, has done g. ad '
uate work at Barry Collec-. and
is presently a candidate for bei
Master's at the University of Cin-1
-innati. She has taught in the Dade
county public school system lor the
past two years.
Dr. Hutman is a graduate oi John
Hopkins University and the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh medical
school. He is presently completing
internship at the Jewish Hospital in
Cincinnati, and will begin residency
at the Western Psychiatric Insti-
tute at the University oi Pittsburgh
in July.
An early spring wedding is plan-
ned.
MISS LORRAINE CAMINITI
ROCHfLLi NiWMAN
Summer Rites For Miss Caminiti
Sandra Hart Will
Become Bride
Mr and Mrs. Hy Hart, of 2085
NE 186th dr.. No. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Sandra, to Jerry M
Weiii.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Meyer Wein. 551 NE 175th St., No.
Miami Beach.
Miss Hart is a graduate of Cleve-
land Heights. O.. schools where she
was secretary of her class.
Her fiance is a graduate of New-
town High School. Long Island.
N.Y.. and attended the University
of Miami. He is an associate
member of the Miami Board of
Realtors.
The couple will be married
Mar, 5.
Mr and Mrs. Philip Caminiti. of
4345 SW 2nd ter., Miami, announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Lorraine Rose, to Robert O Kasse,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kasse.
5301 SW 2nd st.
The bride-to-be received her en
gagement ring on her 20th birth-
day. Jan. 23. and will get a Bach-
elor's degree in education from the
University of Miami on Jan. 31-
While attending the university,
she served as president of the
Assn. for Childhood Education, and
plans to teach at Kensington Park
Elementary School.
Her fiance attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, and his fraternity
is Tau Bpsilon Pi. He is an in-
terior decorator with Foam Rubber
Center
A summer wedding is planned.
Newman, Cohen
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Newman
of 2030 SW 84th ave.. announce the
i engagement of their daughter
( Rochelle Carol, to Paul J. Cohen.
He is the son of Mrs. Beatrice
Cohen and the late Jesse Cohen. <>I
5890 SW 5th st., Miami.
No wedding date has been plan-
ned".
Rabbi Kronish on TV
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom will be host Sunday
on ch. 7 WCKT. 10 a.m., for "A
Still Small Voice." program spon-
sored by the Rabbinical Assn. of
drearer Miami. His theme will be
"Redemption on the Land of Is-
rael" in observance of Jewish Ar-
bor Day.
Matchino inserts of reem-
broidsreu iace trim the bodice
of a arc je sheer woisted
afternoon dress designed
by Beni Claire for the collec-
tion of Paul P a r n e s The
b&nds reach below the nor-
mal waistline for a lonq torso
look. This hie outfit is ideal
lor travel.
Hadassah Group
Meets Tuesday
Paid-up membership party will
he given 1>> the I. Ix. flood man
group of Hadassah on Tuesday eve-
ning at the Washington Federal
Saving: and Loan AssnM 1133 Nor-
mandj dr.
Mrs Fred Jonas, guest of honor,
Hadassah chapter president, will
offer a special tribute to life mem-
bers. Mrs. Nat Barth, chapter mem
bership coordinator, will also speak
Surprise gift will be presented to
paid-up members. Program, in
addition, schedules Young Judaea
dancers and singers.
300 Families
To be Inducted
Some 300 families will be offi-
cially inducted as new members
I of Beth Tor ah Congregation in
Nor h Miami Beach on Friday eve
Ding at the late service beginning
j at 8:15 p.m.
George Goodman, membership
chairman, said that this has set a
new record for increased member-
ship in one year Beth Torah now
serves G81 families, as well as the
en!ire community.
one- Shabbat "ill follow the
service conducted by Rabbi Max
; A. Upschitl and chanted by Can-
tor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum.
n .ill H
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Women Bankers
To Meet Here
Over 150 women bank executives
will attend the National Assn ol
Bank Women's convention at the
Americana hotel between Apl 14
and 17.
Mrs. Mary W. Miller, vice presi-
dent of the Riverside Bank of Mi-
ami, said that in the Miami group
Of the NABW there are two bank
presidents and six vice presidents
Nationally, there are 33 women
in the association who are bank
presidents, and 153 vice presidents.
Goiters Revel
Irma's Betrothal
The betrothal of Irma Sandra
loiter to Benjamin F. Breslauer.
jr., has been announced by her par-
ii'is. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel II. Gol-
er. of Hollywood, Calif.
The bride to-be attended Fairfax
High and graduated in 19fi0 from
he University of California, where
she was a member of Sigma Delta
Tau. She is presently teaching at
Baldwin Hills Elementary School.
Mr. Breslauer. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin F. Breslauer. of Mi-
ami, graduated from West Point
n 1954 and is a captain in the U.S.
Army Reserve. He received bis
Master's degree in business admin-
istration at Harvard University in i
19(50. and is now associated with |
Litton Industries in Los Angeles.
The bride-elect's father was asso-
ciate i for more than three decades
with the City of Hope. Following
his retirement in 1039. he was
named vice president emeritus of
the free medical center, a post es-
pecially created in recognition of
nis dedicated leadership.
The couple will be married in .
Temple Israel on Sunday, Mar. 2l.
with Rabbi Max Nussbaum offid
ating.
KISS IRMA GOITER
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Friday, Januaiy 27. 1961
Taxpayers Cite Beach Architect
lUA^wy ...... Qodfrey perell. PI
,use Godfrey Pen II. Philip Ed-
Btorris Lapldus was named out- Sevmour B Lit,Drnarii and
standing Cititen ol Miami Beacn h;(irmcn ,or lhc aBnuaI ban-
for i960" by the Miami IBeacn Tax Bugwe an(, M
sented by Frank Smathera, Jr.ET 1 > '
dyers' U Tne award waa pre- ;;U^nners I the Out-
Mnted by Frank Sma.ners jr. ,tanding Citiien award include
The award recognizes Lapuiusjjwn ^__^m^llm^^, S Mai-
Max Orovitz. Hank Meyer,
for thi designing of^o I.Mlil4 IM m W"|SJ"
lory.
Road Mall and the national recog-
nition he has brought to Miami
Beach as architect for the Fon-
tainebleau; Eden Roc Americana,
and other outstanding hotels and
buildings
Principal speaker at tne ioin
annual banquet as Gabriel Heat-
er, news wmmentatcr. CoLLe* ,., KneggH Md note(,
lie Buswell reviewed a
Coi, Charles G. Mettler, August
Geiger, and Simon E. Rubin
Religious Leader
Visiting Miami
Rabbi Menachem Porufh, mam-
B'ntri B nth Social Singles install officers at a
dinner dance recently at the Barcelona hotel.
Front row (left to riaht) are Edward H. Lev.n.
president, Dave Chcize!, Lillian Lightman, Le-
oore Gerstenfteld, Fave Scr.n. IsabeHe Zcng-
will. Esther Jacobs, Matilda Chesay. Molly
Cohen. Back row (left to light) are Alex Erorn,
Mort Diamond, Sid Dav:s. Harry Schwartz, Lil-
lian Weiizner, Archie Aliman, Eva Niport. ana
Irving Mandel.________________
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Berkowitz (left), of the new Lombardy
hotel, help vacationers Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Maraareten
celebrate Mr. Maicareten's birthday. Mr. Mcrgareten is
chairman of the bocrd of the Horowitz Brothers-Margareten
Cor.-pany. piccessers of Kosher foods. ,_______________________
Students Fete
Tu B'Shevat
Joint program sponsored by the
Sisterhood and Temple of Tifereth
Jacob Will be held Monday even-
in- in honor of Tu B'Shevat.
cue-; speaker will be Capt. Leo
Gardner, manager of the new F.I
Al Israel Airline- office on Wash-
ington ave., M:ami Beach.
pt, Gardner is a tormcr El Al
pilot, who helped train many of
the airlini >' present stall of flight
pers mal.
Program Monday will also in-
clude an Israeli film Mrs. Ber-
nard Furman, chairman of Sister-
hood Israel affairs, is in charge of
arrangements.
oi Service." citing th< lll,i
aims Association. Buswell
present* d pasl pr< sid< nts who were
,,. Sl ,,., i gi .1 Bertman, I
,, ...,,. jack \ Abbott. Simon
:: Rul |n, Smathers and Pallol
Recognition was also given to
Helen Alpert. member ol the first
board and active in i*s early ad-
ministrative affairs, and to Uleen
Lotz, who for six years was execu-
tive secretary.
The presenl executive director,
William M Crockett Jr., was ac-
knowledged by F. Ubert Pallot.
i astmasti r of the ('inner, and first
president I the Association.
ous leader, arrived in M ami
n on We :
it ay.
He :- a noted
r and head
>f he Independ-
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during January each year by all
aliens in the United States, with
tew execeptions. Forms on which
to submit the report.- ..re available
at any Post Office or office of the
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Service. Persons who are unable
to pick up a form because of Ill-
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Outlining annual essay-art contest plans for
educc.ion directors of some of the major local
schools is Louis Schwartzman (right), executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami. The contest is sponsored jointly
by the Bureau and the Israel Eond committee.
Seated from left (back row) are Rabbi Bernard
Mussman. Temple Emanu-El; Herzl Honor, Tem-
ple Menorah; Saul Rabin, Beth David; Herbert
Bloom, Temple Beth Sholom; Dr. Nathaniel
Soroff, Bureau of Jewish Education. Front row
are Joseph Yanich, field representative of the
srael Bond Organization; Zvi Berger, Bureau of
Jewish Education; and Benjamin Udoff, Temple
Judea.
Left'to right are Michael Sossin. owner-manager of the Black-
stone; Joseph Fenster, resident; Irving Sachs, chairman of the
bocari, Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee; Cantor Mor-
decad Yardeini; and Moshe Berman, executive director of
Histadrui here.
Retirees Give
Histadrut Gifts
Israel Histadrut CommitUt of
Greater Miami recently presented
a film before residents of the
Blackatone Retirement hotel.
Tha Israeli film launched the
presentation of a discussion of His-
tadruh, with emphasis on integra-
tion of immigrants through voca-
tional train inn and medical aid
programs under the aegis of Kupat
Hoiira.
The preservation was by Michael
Sossin, owner manager of the
lilackstone
Joseph Fenster. a resident of the
hotel, presented a S500 check to the
Greater Miami Histadrut Commit-
tee, equalling the sum raised by
other resident.- who viewed the
film. The contribution will be
used for the purchase of medical
equipment in the newly-erected
Kupat Holim cluuc in Beersheba.
Israel.
Also on the program was Cantor
Mordecili Yardeini. renowned in-
terpreter of Hebrew liturgy and
Victor recording --tar.
Tamara Chapter Card Party
Members who bring a new mem-
ber are Invited to a card party and
social Tuesday noon by Tainara
chapter of Mizrachi Women at
Waldman's San Marino Intel. In
charge of information is Mrs. Is-
rael Teitch. president, and Mrs.
Morris Bienenleld. chairman ot the
day.
Emonu-EI USY
Plans Hayride
Temple Emanii-EI tinted Syria
gogue Youth chapter, under the di-
rection Of Mrs. Hope Herman, will
hold its annual hayride and
wienie foas! on Sunday at 7:30
p.m.
The even', attended by more than
'0 tean-ageiv will be held at Sw-
eat* Farm, and i> one of the va-
ied.|Ogram- ot activity offered
iv the Tempi. Kmanu-KI CSY.
Tha group has been selected as
ne Of three in the tinted States
or a special award in recognition
f Us out-' ,m..'mi: programming.
The award ua- given at the na-
oaal United Synagogue Youth
nfei Be held in Chicago in He-
rn ber.
Kneseth Israel
Installs Officers
Rabbi David Li'hrlield will install i
the following officers of Kneseth
l>rael Congregation at Saturday
morning services:
Louis Dublin, president; Max
Lippman. Max Hecht and Philip
Weiss, vice presidents; Milton.
Kahn. treasurer; Samuel Weiner.
financial secretary; Samuel C.'
Goldberg, recording secretary; !
and Morns Levy, publicity.
Trustees are Jos. Bader. Max
Beer. Max Budowsky. David Eiscn-;
stem, I. B. Eisenstem. Louis Eisen-'
stein, Ely Gechman, Jacob Good-
Mian. Jacob Cordon, Leon Gott-
lieb.
Orkin Technical
School Gathers
Greater Miami was represented at
Orkin Exterminating Company's
annual Technical Service School
by Harold Honeycutt. of the Kej
West Branch. Nelson Moflett. of
the Homestead Branch. Taft Pierce,
of the Miami Branch. Dick Slype.
of the Hollywood Branch. Cliff
Hord, of the Fort Lauderdale
Branch. John Theissen, of the For:
Myers Branch, and approximately
125 service personnel and depart-
ment heads who work under these
branch managers
Representatives from the Orkin
Technical Department, headquar-
tered in Atlanta. Ga were on
hand, to conduct the sessions de-
voted to pest control, fumigation
and sanitation.
Included in the program were
staff entomologists, pest control
specialists, sanitary engineer^ and
termite specialists. Orkin's Techni-
cal Department is headed by Rob-
ert M. Russell, of Atlanta.
Orkin's annual Technical Serv-
ice Schools are part of a con-
tinuous program of training based
on research projects conducted in
cooperation with educational
and government agencies and is
the most comprehensive and in-
tensive activity of its type, en-
compassing the entire field of
pest control.
In addition to filmed presenta-
tions produced by Orkin. there were
round table discussions, on-the
job demonstrations, introduction of
new chemicals and equipment, and
a report on Orkil, Orkin's exclusive,
patented chemical, introduced last
year for the control of termites
The Orkin Exterminating Com-
pany was founded by Otto Orkin.
who began his career in 1901 in
Eastern Pennsylvania. Today. Or
kin operates more than 500 office-.
which serve 28 states and the Dis-
trict of Columbia, from coast to
coast.
Jewish School
Students Enter
Contest Here
A contest involving the partici-
pation" of" mn"ny of the more than
9.COO childern enrolled in Greater
Miami's religious schools w a s
launched this week.
The contest is sponsored jointly
bj the Bureau of Jewish Education
and the Greater Miami Israel Bond
committee. Announcement of the
contest was made by Louis
Schwartzman, executive director of
the Bureau oi Jewish Education,
and Samuel Ont:. general chair-
man with J. A. Cantor ot the Is-
rael Bond commit'
Highlighting 1961 as Israel's Bar
Mitzvah Year, the contest will be
one of many facets of Greater Mi-
I ami's celebration of Israel's 13 an-
niversan.
Boys and girls, 12 years or
over, attending Jewish schools of
Greater Miami and Hollywood,
are eligible to participate. There
will be an essay contest and an
art contest, with 13 prizes to be
awarded in each category.
Childern entering the essay con-
ies' will write on either one ol two
subjects: i "Israel's Bar Mitz-
vah Year What has been Ac-
complished?" 2 "Biography ot
Dr. Theodore Herzl Com memo-
rating the looth anniversary of the
birth ol Dr. Herzl."
In the art contest, students may
submit either a drawing of activi-
ties or scenes Of the State of Is-
rael, or a drawing or sculpture of
Dr, Herzl or of any incident in his
life.
The two first prizes will be $100
State of Israel Bonds. Entries
must be mailed to the Bureau of
Jewish Education. 135 \\V 3 avc.
Miami, not later than Feb. 26.
Beth David Seeks
New Members
Beth David Congregation opened
its drive for new members at late
Friday night services last week.
"With the construction of our
new auditorium and extended fa-
cilities.'' said Sidney If, Arnovitz.
president. "Beth David Congrega
tion is now in a position to service
more families. The auditorium
will accommodate 850 people and
provide room for teen-agers to
worship with their parents The
additional classrooms will take
care of more than 100 new stu-
dents."
Robert Punsch. cha-.rr.ian of the
membership drive, urged members
to enroll their friends as new
members in the congregation.
COL JOHN HJftMAN
Israel Leader
To be Honored
Col. John Fur man, decorated
hero of tv i wars and prominent
Israel business leader, will be
guest of honor or. his ai rival here
from Tel AVW a' a cocktail party
in the Imperial room of the Edta
Roc hotel on Wednesday from 4:39
to 6.
The function w :11 be chaired by
Charles Fiuchman. former na
tional chairman ol the Ui I
Jewish Appeal, and noted business-
man.
Col. Furman is executive vice
president in charge of Israel op-
erations of the Palestine Eco-
nomic Corp., New York. PEC is
the largest and oldest U.S. pri-
vate investment company devot-
ed exclusively to fostering pri-
vate enterprise in Israel, and nas
founded many of Israel's lead-
ing enterprises in industry, agri-
culture, finance, commerce,
trade and urban development.
The company is owned by
10.000 stockholders throughout the
United State- and has assets in ex-
cess Ol $18 milli I
Col Furman distinguished him-
sell in World War II and in tha
Israel War of Liberation, and is
the author of "Be Not Fearful."'
describing his war experiences as
a British Intelligence Officer. He
played a major role in the building
: of Israel's merchant marine prior
to directing PEC's affairs in Is-
rael.
Celebrity Auction and Dance
Jewish War Veterans and Auxil-
iary, Department of Florida, will
have a "celebrity" auction and
dance Saturday night at the Dis-
abled American Veterans Home.
3300 w. Okeechobee rd Hialeah.
Sephardic Center
To be Erected
Long-time plans to establish a
Sephardic Jewish Center in Greater
Miami arc now coming to fruition.
Announced this week was the pur-
chase of a site at 641 Collins ave..
Miami Beach, for the construction!
of the projected Center.
Elia Gabay Is president, and Mrs,
Oscar Rosenthai is charter presi-
dent of the Sisterhood
The announcement revealed that,
construction on the eewiy-acquireJ
site will begin short Iv
Harry Halperin. Joseph Halprin.'
Edward Horowitz. I. Hyman, Harry!
Knobler. Samuel Lerner. Harry |
Marlowe, Saul Meringoff. Joseph
Nadler, Rev. David Paul.
Louis Plansky. Benjamin I'oko-!
tilOW, Morris Posner. Maurice
Rolhwarf. Eddie Rosenman. Isi-
dore Ruppert, Victor Schonwetter. |
Joseph Shadowilz. Harry Weiss,
Harry Weiss. Benjamin Weissman.,
Whitebrook Named President
Charles 11. Whitebrook. vice pres-
ident of Bishopric. Green. Fielden
advertising agency, has been named
president of the Florida Unit of the
American Contract Bridge League.
Whitebrook also won the Regional
Master's Pair Cup teamed with
Howard Rosene, also of Miami.
Footlighters
Install Officers
Over 700 people attended the
fourth annual Footlighters instala-
tion dinner .Monday at the Deauvil-
le hotel to see Eddie Schaffer take
over the presidency from Leon
Fields, with Judge Irving Cypen
as installing officer.
Other officers are Guy Rennie
and Sammy Walsh, vice presidents,
with Jack Woody. Art Leibowitz
and Larry Harr filling the laymen
posts. Jack Ross continues as his-
torian
Material for the show written
by Benny Davis, Jack Ross and
Arne Barnett. Direction was by
Fields, backstage by Sammy Mor-
ris, and tickets by Carl Gardner
and Harry Strull.
Allen & Rossi and Gogi Grant
were among the many who per-
formed.
Miami Beachite David L. Trask, president oi the National Assn.
of Postage Stamp Vendors, presents a national award to for-
mer Postmaster General Arthur E. Summerfield for his "out-
standing service in modernizing the United States Postal Sys-
tem" at recent ceremonies in Washington, D.C. Trask empha-
sizes that there are more than 1,300,000 privately-owned, coin-
operated, automatic postage-stamp vending dispenser raa
chines in the nation.


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Friday. January 27, 1961
Demo Club Eyes
'60 Award Winner
Wally Gluck, president of the
Democratic Club of Miami Beach,
his appointed Councilman Louis
Hoberman. of Sr.rfside. chairman
of the awards committee which
will choose the "Outstanding Owe
Worker" for 1960.
Other members of the committee
are Pauline Schycon and Dr. S. A.
Cluck. Councilman Hoberman was
the recipient of the Democratic
Club's award for 1959.
The award for I960 will be pre-
sented at the annual installation
dinner and show to be held Sunday.
Feb. 26. at the Saxony hotel. Cluck
and executive member Harry Levy
will be installed for their thud
Ouest of honor will be State At-
torney Richard E. Gersein with
H T. (Dutch) Shulenberger as
11 i.i >t master.
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Charlie Priedlander. He's so enthusiastic about his victory and the
game itself that he is trying to gel bis clients, the Florida Guaranty
Title and Trust Co., Bevelopers of some 19.000 acres of Florida highlands,
near Ocala. to build a Soil course there. -They'd never miss a handful
of acres." assures Charles, who. no doubt, would give up his ad agency ;
to become pro th?re.
Johhin Master! has written music and lyrics for a song dedicated
to the Niu Dawn Charity Bail to benefit the new Osteopathic General
Hospital, its called "The Shortcut to Your Heart." and will be featured
b) Masters' vocalist. Mary Bernard, at the Ball on Saturday night in
the Fontainebleau hotel.
Hostest tor the affair Is F.lsa .Maxwell: Mrs B. Boyce -Irene) Swartz.
general chairman: Mr.s. Robert Z. (Nancy) Greene and Mrs. Nelson Swift
-Blanche) Morris, honorary chairmen: Maj. Gen. Henry Baird. Parks
Rusk and Dr. John H. Larimer, committee members.
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PROPS ON PARADE: Props, the colorful organization of show
business women whose goal is the planned retirement of performers, will j
hold another of their spectacular luncheons Monday at the Ivory Tower '
of the Saxony hotel, with Patti Moore, comedienne, guest of honor.
Tagged 'The Moore the Merrier." the affair will again be high-
lighted by an original revue written by Patsy Abbott, vice president and
fellow comedienne.
Miss Moore, who formed the first Proos chapter in Los Angeles, is
currently headlining with her husband, Ben Lessy, in the "French
Follies" at the Carillon. She inspired the program's subtitle, "A Toast
to the Coast."
Past functions which have honored Fifi D'Orsuy. Betty Kean. Carol
Bruce and Martha Rave, among others, have enabled Props to donate
a $10,000 three-room wing to the AGVA Foundation Home in South Falls-
burg. N.Y. They're currently working to raise S35.0O0 for the Founda-
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Mrs. Paul Pollack is president and Mrs. Lawrence Harr. is in charge (
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MOBILIZATION FOR THE IMMOBILE: Merel Dunne, executive ;
director ol the Greater Miami chapter. Multiple Sclerosis, is hoping for
community-wide participation in the "March of Hope." on Wednesday. ,
F'eb. 8. All funds collected will be devoted to continued research on MS
plus increased medical care and the purchase of hospital beds and wheel
chairs for the victims of this dread disease which mercilessly and with-
out warning attacks the youth of our nation.
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THIS AND THAT: Parents ol elementary school students in the
Dade county area are alerted to the fact that they may get tickets for
the Friday and Saturday Children's Concerts (.Ian. 27 and 28i at the
box office of the Dade County and Miami Beach Auditoriums prior to
the 10 am. and 2 p.m. concerts on those dates
The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, under the baton
of world-renowned conductor, Fabien Sevitsky, is presenting the special
children's concerts.
For further details, parents and children should contact their teach-
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This latest gimmick has Al besieged with more requests f calendars than he can possibly fill.
Charlie Farell, headliner supreme at the Balmoral hotel, celebrated
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Rosalind Wigderson Berle, of
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He's cu rently directing Warners
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Observations from "Cima-ron."
watching David Opatoshu portray
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peddler. Graciously, the pro-
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top role in Hal Wallis' "Summer
and Smoke." she'- 2o. ha- been
acting at San Fernando state Col-
lege here a- a conn dieiine .,, |
panted a fnend to an agent's of
flee, got the Job herself. Her real
name is Susan 1 event ha I. daugh
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thai, of Van Nuy- Her mother
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and dad Arthur manufacture-
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F"day. January 27. 1961
Page 13-B
HARRY
STUART
BARRY
RICKY
ERUCE
KRIS
STANLEY
\s'a
J_jar ^yVlitzvali
Pg.TT to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
or the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
-eque-rs .should be addressed fo Corsage for You, P.O. Box
VI o ^ ]' ne n'on,h in advance. Include tl
Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
ome ,da,ess and tele|.....ber. The corsage will be
orwaraed to you couriesy ,.0ne Flower Shops in time
".or th; ;;.;'o ..
i
Stanley Kaplan
-anley. -, .-. .V|, ,..,i jjra
: ''>!*pl:in. will ho Har Mil/vah
1 1 Saturday mornmjj. Jan. :_>8. ,,t
:-e:h nvid Synagogue with Rabbi
N'crnURj Shapiro officiating.
'Stanley is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
nd attended Beth David religious
-school
He fcowls. plays football and
Little .4#ague Baseball, and is
studying voice.
MrjOd Mrs Kaplan will host a
receittb in his honor on Sunday
at their home, 1795 SW 12th St.,
Miami.
* *
t Ricky Beckman
Temple Menorah will be the site
nf the Bar Mitzvah of Ricky, son
:>f Mft and Mrs. Fred Beckman.
___----o
Cleveland rd., on Saturday
morning, Jan 28 Rabbi Mayer
VI i amow u/ mil officiate.
A reception on Sunday evening
at the Temple Social Hall will be
hosted by Ricky's parents in his
honor.
*
Kris Penzell
Kris Evan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Penzell. 4366 N. Michigan ave..
will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning. Jan 28, at Temple Beth
Sholom. wi:h Rabbi Leon Kronish
officiating.
Kris is in the confirmation class
of 5722.
* t
Harry Weiss
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Harry,
son of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses
'Outstanding Citizens Award'
Deadline Nears For Presentation
Deadline for nominations in the
4th annual Dade county "Out-
landiag Citizens Award" is Jan. |
0, Sanferd Swerdlin, chairman of!
he award committee, reminded
Ireater^iamians on Wednesday.
The -ojWard is made annually to
me man and one woman who have
nade OUtatandinj- contributions to
Sridders Find
Sholom in Lead
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"
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|lt

The tootbail team of Beth Emeth
nurnpliow 13-7 over Temple Sinai's
leven at Jefferson Field in a
chedulu&gamc of the Inter-Syna-
ogue Football League of North
Jade and South Broward Counties
,st Sunday.
At No. Miami Beach Junior High
chool Stadium, Beth Sholom de-
ated Beth Torah 6-0. when Eric
i-,el intercepted a pass thrown
y quarterback Jeffrey Sachs and
umpered 36 yards, down the right
(i!e line for a ; ichdoun
Temple Beth Sholom now leads
Beth Emeth and Re:h Torah
e second wi:h .. ami Temple
ai is last v :::-
Next scheduled games will be on
mday.
Dade county during the preceding
year.
Swerdlin Mid that nominations
may be made by any Greater Mi
amian. Eligible recipients may
include an elected or appointed
official who receive pay for their
work, "but must be the result of
civic motivation for which no
compensation is received other
than the self-satisfaction for a
job well-done."
Sponsoring the annual award is
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Pa-;
tron is the Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Assn.. Joseph M. Lipton,
president.
Permanent judges are George
Beebe. managing editor, Miami
Herald: Ralph Renick. vice presi-
dent in charge of news. WTVJ;
and Fred K. Shochet, publisher.
The Jewish Floridian.
Nominations may be sent to
Outstanding Citizens Award, 819
Seybold bldg Miami, Fla. The
award will be made between Feb.
1 a:id 15.
Weiss, "ii Saturday, Jan, 2S. dm-
ing morning services al Temple
Vdath Yet'iurun.
Rabbi Weiss is affiliated with
fern pie B< th Ton:: in N< r h Miami
Beach
Harry ,- an eijfh Ii grade studenl
at the Hebrew Academy. He will
be assi li d I the monj by his
\ r< ccptton in his hon r will I e
Saturday evei tig al iix Ri j
al Hui restaurant.
Bruce Baskind
Saturday :; i rning services Jan.
!8, : Temple Beth Sholom will in-
clude ihe Bar Mitzvah of Bruce
Hershel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Baskind, 1750 \"K 7th pi..
No. Miami, with Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish officiating.
Bruce is a student in the Beth
sholom confirmation class of 5722.
* %
Barry Broads
Bar Mitzvah of Barry, son of j
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Broads, will
be celebrated Saturday morning.
Jan. 28. at Coral Way Jewish Cen-
er, with Rabbi Samuel April offi-
ciating.
Barry is in the seventh grade at
West Miami Junior High, and has
attended Hebrew school for four
years.
His parents will host the kiddush
in his honor.
* *
Stuart Kaplan
Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Kaplan, will be Bar Mi'.zvah
at Temple Emanu-El during Satur-
day morning services. Jan. 28.
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman offi-
ciating.
Stuart is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High, and is
active in intramural sports. He at-
tends the Temple religious school.
A reception in his honor will be
held at the Kaplan home on Sat-
urday.
Music Month Fete
Begins Saturday
By Special Report
NEW YORK 1 IM am 1
n Ii
Mn- c Festival, 1 ed by the
'1 Music Co 1 tc I of thi
ti< nal Jewi di Well rd A B
s Sal ay.
Mure than 1 000 organiza
lions all part in the observance by sponsoi
ing chamber and symphony
<; s, choral recitals, community
sings, "Israeli Nights," syaagogui
programs, opera-, cantatas, exhib
its. and radio and television events.
Theme of Ihe Festival this year \>
"Foster Jewish Musical Creativity
by Performing a Commissionec
Work and Commissioning New
Music.'' The Festival will serve as
the occasion for first performances
of newly-commissioned works and
for the performance of composition
previously commissioned. A total
of 87 new works have been com-
posed over the last live years.
Academy Brecks
Ground Sunday
i oundbreaking ceremonies of
. he 1
. a 11... al Pinetree li
and
ffdbrie] Heatter, new^s cornmej]
will be guest speaker ai
Li 1 Robinson, loastmaster.
Hebrew Academy students par-
ticipating include Leon Firtel,
Leslie Fuchs and David Luchins.
president of the Student Council.
Ceremonies will be conducted bj
Rabbi Alexander s Gross, princi-
pal of the Academy. Also speaking
will be B. I Hinder, president ol
the Academy; Mrs, Joseph Sha-
pin president of Hebrew A< i
emy Women; Mrs, .'aek I.
baum, president of the PTA
Louis Merwitzer general cam
n chairman for the million
lar building fund.
Commissioner Hall Speaks
Commissioner Charles "Chuck"
Hall was guesl speaker al a met I
ing of Ihe Democratic Club of Mi-
ami Beach on Wednesday al the
Saxony hotel. Walk Gluck, presi
deni. announced further plans [01
the club's ninth annual dinner
dance due Feb. 26.
Mrs. Kerdyk in Review
Mrs. Frank Kerdyk was to review
"To Kill a Mocking Bird." by Har
per Lee. for Temple Judea Sister
hood on Thursday. All funds raised
will go to the Temple youth pro-
gram.
-*Do C 011 lit 1 ct 1 to. I
if here elegance
in Dining
1- n
34- MARROR ISLAND
I 3-SS 5rh Si-*-.'
Tu B'Shevat Fete
At Tif ereth Jacob
Temple Tifereth Jacob religious
school pupils will participate in a
Tu B'Shevat assembly outdoors on
Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Students and faculty will hear
a talk on Tu B'Shevat as celebrat-
ed in Israel and then plant trees on
Ihe Temple premises in tribute to
the New Year of the Trees. Israel
and American folk songs will be
sung. Program is under Ihe aus-
pices of the education committee
Religious classes will be sched-
uled at the usual time, with the
higher grades attending earlier in
order to be present at the assembly.
9ncomparoWe
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Miami beach UN6-1654
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ER!NG ervfcemen WEI
e Temple Guests
NT
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s
ROLLS
CtS
i'.rottierheod < Temple Beth
>lom will li< hi to personnel
he Armed rurces l its regular
nthly breakfast on Sunday. 10
:u, in the Temple Banquet hall.
eatured speaker wiil l>o Capt.
Gardner, director of th" F.l Al
|;nes in Miami, who will speak
"ltew the El Al Came into Be-
rogram. on WCKT which fea-
^llfnnies the religious school choirs
IO'J,u I officers of the Beth Sholom
firmation class in a special
gram, "Israel Lives." based on
book, "Exodus," will be shown.
JS O^ 'OtheAood of Beth Sholom spon-
tfthe'youth activities program
1 ~/i.|N ho nnojr 1 David Druck-
1 s preside.
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Merchants of Miami Beach are guests of David Miller (second
from right) at a breakfast meetinq to plan their fullest partici-
pation in this year's Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown (left
to right) are Joseph Linn, Harold Turk, Miller, chairman of
Beach Merchants Division, and John N. Serbin, a campaign
vice chairman. Former Mayor Turk addressed Ihe business-
men and focused attention upon rising costs of health and wel-
fare services.
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Page 14-B
fJewish FhrkMor)
Friday. January 27. 1961
Arabs Question Jewish
Emigration from Soviet
UNITED \vriONS-(JTA)-The issue of emigration by SovicJ,Jcw;j
,o Israel wa> raised by an Arab delegate at a meetir* J.tlJJ
Nations Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination amiII c .on
ol Minorities. The Subcommiss.on is considering the >v-u of UM r got
oi the individual to leave any country, including his own. and his rignt
to return to his country
The Arab delegate was Abdel-
Hamid Abdel-(;hani. oi the United
Arab Republic, who said that the
right to leave one's country should
be recognized by the state as an
individual right and not a.- the
right of "collectivities He ar-
gued that m-s emigration would
brini? about serious dislocations in
the atfc%ed countries.
to emigrate to Israel. He argued
that such emigration would also
tend to perpetuate "the present
state of things in Palestine." On
the other hand, he said, there
was no impediment to recogni-
tion of the collective right of peo-
ple to return to their country as
this was "a moral movement."
"Look, Edith Cohen is a friend of mineI don't core what
kind of a simmis you and Max had ot the men's club."
He cited the "appeals" to the
Jews living in the Soviet Union
and other countries of the world
h
Continued from Page IB
Mrs Spondcr (Elaine> is on the
board ot directors of Temple
h YeSDUnin Sisterhood .
Mike is a past president of tin-
Men's club Grandparents ot
the new arrival are the senior
Sponders and Mr and Mrs. Simon
Woltson .
Gene and Bobbie Heiman had
60 friends to their home at 2710
Anderson rd.. Coral Gables, for
the bris of son Gary Adam, born
Jan. 12 at Ht. Sinai Hospital .
The Heimans have another son.
Danny J.. 19 months Grand-
parents are the Louis Heimans
and Archie Gradingers .
The arrival of Scott Alan on
Jan. 19 made Stanley and Elisc
Bernstein. 4755 Alton id., parents
lor the lirst time, and first time
grandparents of the senior B?rn-
steins and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Glustoff, of Chicago This lit-
tle baby may become more famil-
iar with dramatic readings than
lullabyes ... His aunt is Mrs. 1
M. Weinstein, well-known locally
for her book reviews.
v I. SapozhnikoVj of the Soviet
I men objected to plans ol the rap
rteur of the Subcommission to
material from non-governmen-j
tal organizations and individuals.!
l!,. .aid that, for the "sake of ob-
jectivity." only material received
from governments should be used.
He argued that, on the whole, the
non governmental organizations
ha vine status with the United Na-
A recent change in the Social Se- '
emitv law now makes it more mi-
Earnings Must
Be Reported
portent that people who hire baby
sitters, maids, cleaning women, or
other household help report the
earnings of these workers if they
are paid S50 in cash wages in any
calendar quarter, stated Marshall
n a bal-1
parts ol
lions, did not represent
anced way" the various
the world
The representative of the World
Jewish Congress, Maurice Perlz-
weig, referred to the argument
put forward in the discussion that
Wise manager of the Miami Down ,ni, special rapporteur should not
.... #r:__ ., ..1. .U ',,. i.,
I
town district office.
The new law reduces by about
one-third the length of time a per
son must work in order to receive
social security benefits when they
retire. Wise added.
Most household workers do not
have regular full-time employment,
or they work only during part ol
the year. Often, they do not have
enough social security credit 10
qualify for social security benefits
at retirement auc Failure to get
credit fer one or two quarter- can
mean the feBM of hundreds ot dollars
in retirement or survivors benefits.
concern himself with the right to
tra\d but with discrimination in
recognition ot this right.
He pointed out that in certain
countries general restrictions
coulc not strictly be construed as
discriminatory. Nevertheless
they affected large numbers of
people who wished to leave those
countries. Incidentally, he noted,
this was one of the reasons why
the material made available by
non-governmental organizations
could be useful.
G. JAMS HUGES
Business, Inc.
Elects Hughes
G. James Hughes, pre
the Metropolitan Bank of Miac
was elected president of BusiM
Inc. at the Biscayne Terrace ha
recently.
The organisation promote!
eration between non c^?--
businesses. Brcaklast mcctinc-. Seme
held at the Biscayne Terrace Univi
every Tuesday. ated
Hughes is president of -he Jar>d
ber of Commerce a director of United Funci. Mia: *!,va'
Chambc ^f
i'hilat
On
electei
Kappa
D
Geo
the!
Non
fices
Ping
Th
the 1
Hollj
Dr
of M
Wise concluded by reminding
employers that these report
mandatory and not optional
earnings of any household worker
who is paid as much as 850 cash
; wages by an employer during Jan-
uary. February, and March, lfcbl
or during any prior quarter, must
i be reported.
Perlzweig continued that the
righl to leave a country could not
are he recognized only in the CMC Oil
The individuals, to the exclusion ol
croups Such an interpretation, he
said, as advocated by Mr Abdel-
Ghani, would amount to redefin-
ing this righl as laid down in the
Universal Declaration of Human'
Rights
Dade County mamDcr oi
merce, Downtown Busini -
cil. Chamber of Commerci
Business Division, and I1
lark and Shop.
Other officers includ. [>:.- 'm!*'
Elliott. Elliott and M. K t,aei
ward M. Fleming, president _#
ward M. Fleming Constiuctiont MiC
I. D MacVicar. pn -^
Vicar-Wells, Inc.; Edwin T U|J
er. senior partner. V.'1- T Michi
. r \ssoc; Robert ( dish-Am
iger. Gulf Life Insun
C m l-ong. presidi nt.
supply Co.
Cantor Yardeini At Yivo Forum
Cantor Morriecai Yardeini will be
guest speaker at a meetng ol the
Greater Miami Yivo Forum on
Saturday evening at Miami Beach
Public School. 1420 Washington
ave.
Cantor Yardeini is an authority
on Jewish liturgical and folk music
He was for many years music
critic of the Jewish Day and Daily
Forward. He is presently the edi-
tor Of the Jewish Weekly
In honor of Jewish Music Month,
cantor Mordecai Yardeini will
speak on Jewish Music Through
the AgesIts Origin and Develop
ment."
The Yivo Forum is a weekly pre-
sentation of the Greater Miami
Yivo Committee
Hebrew educator turned artist, Nehemiah Mark, explains some
of the Jewish symbolism surrounding his great collection oi
wood sculptures.
Jewish Educator Turns Symbolic Artist
Chicago Club Meeting
Next regular meeting of 'he Chi-
cago Club ol Greater Miami will
be held Sunday at the DeauvilU
hotel
has pla
and in
Maurice
world, \
Bank's Resources lncreosance on
1 neatre
\U sources ol Rivr-: creased one million dollars The 0
I960, and loans wer< .; a nee of
SToo.000, Tully F famed si
dent, told Stockholm :- which tfaj
nual meeting this i- Getzel
bank, lounded b) Calvin ft Weil-
1941. now has rei >erforme
800 64. <>f whuh c; er, Gite;
for more than S21 ?." vill take
All the bank's dim he Cinen
elected at the mo The fe
Fred C Oak. eh. Verner I. Low s 'Mrs. Lee
Jr and A. M T>1- (traction
__-_Arf,w*'0lor> star:
MIDDLE AGED WOMA0pf. Qt
SEEKS POSITIOH AS HOUSB* Q&^ ^
I S,e.ks only Jewish G"m" ^eaker at
gorion. Wad .If ^sterhood
with congenial gentlmon.
FR I-H74
und Nigh
'ird Furm
By ISABEL GROVE
Staff Writer
Nehemiah Mark, whose wood
sculptures on Jewish themes have
won recognition among art critics
and whose work has been exhib-
ied in museums and galleries
throughout the country, is here
in Miami to introduce his collec-
tion.
Until 12 years ago, Nehemiah
Mark was known as a Hebrew-
scholar and teacher, but he sod-
denly found himself consumed
with the desire to translate his
knowledge of Jewish history into
an art langu.
Too long, he felt, had "igno-
ramuses" d< synagogues
]t was time lor Jewish artists to
glorify Jewish tradition, not only
w:th lip and tongue, but in con-
cretc palpable l'orm.
No Jewish artist would have
mad. the mistake of Micha.lan-
gelo, who because of faulty Chris-
tian translation of the Bible, put
two horns on his Moses, instead
of the nimbus of light which was
tho true significance of the de-
scription.
Mark cho.se wood as his medi-
um because, as he sa\s. "it is
cheap and abundant and once
lived."
The teacher turned artist also
believes that wood is les> durable
than marble or paint, providii
merely a stepping stone to higher
understanding, not a permanent
artistic solution
He sees no conflict between his
work and the Jewish prohibition
against image-making.
Nehemiah Mark calls him~ It
a surrealist, expressing subcon-
- ious mental activities without
order Of sequence, similar to
what we experience in dreams.
For example, he omits ears on
heads, thus avoiding a too gra-
phic realisation,
This is the artist's first visit to
Miami, and already he finds him-
self powerfully influenced and in-
spired by the growth of Florida
"flora and fauna" and the scrap
wood that lies so abundantly in
the areafrom which, on his first
day here, he immediately made
an exquisitely-wrought walking
cane.
He considers himself a mave-
rick in art. a real primitive
sir.ee he has had no formal tram
big in sculpture But he dearly
has the true artists creative ab.l
i!y to translate his tremendous
knowledge 'if Jewish lore into
three dimensional presentations
His works have brought as little
-15 or $20. and as much as S5oo
S600 He is staying at 1412
Ocean dr., Miami Beach.
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If yen leek ever tke cast if financing with the M"
care that ,u leek ever an astinwhile before yen bu>
Mil find Mat an Ma l.an at the Bank l Oade H*Q "$
list btcase it s based REAL bank rates.
INSTALLMENT LOANS
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1961
Fri4my, January 27. 1961
vjewisti fkridfirnr
Page 15-B
Dentists Expand
Practice Here
Drg. Lawrence I. Brant and
George J. Brooks are expanding
their dental practice to include the
N'ortB Miami area Their new of-
fice! arc in the 127th Street Shop-
pinf-Center at 12362 Biscayne blvd.
Tft* dentists have been serving
the L)ke Forest community in West
Hollywood for the past three years.
Dr. Brant, a long-time resident
of Mian graduated from Miami
Senior*High School, attended the
University of Miami, and gradu-
ated Iron the l":iiversity of Mary-
land den'al s.-'.i.) '..
Dr. .Bii'<'k.v a more recent ar-
rival to Mi..r iv-ceived his dental
degree .it Temple University in
Philadelphia
On th< il' :' I'. each v. a-
elected '' p in Omirron
Kappa p- for outstanding
schojajltii I'. :!i arc
resittfftts >! N 'I iin: I'.cach.
s

of Miat
Busue
v. ,i 3.
lOt 05 t
n tec I
! the Chi>

ercc M
. DoaaH
Kievet
Michel Rosenberg
Due at Cinema
i" T ? Michel l; .:i:ous Yid
-
USSR Book Lists
Jewish Scientists
NEW YORK f.lTA) The So
viet Union n.>\\ ha.- 310,000 scien-
i. of whom about 10 percent
axe Jews, according t<
the C.';- l'.>> Statistical Hand
book, i*. was reported here thi.s
Use nunilier of Jewish scientists,
as well as the number of scientists
in general in Russia, has risen
since the la-t census in 1955. Five
tago, there were 224.000 -ci
i in the USSR, with 24.620 of
identified as Jews. Break-
of comparisans between
and 1960 show that Jewish
scieati-:- has-' increased in num-
ber* by 25 percent in the last five
yean.
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ituarics
MANDtL
BtYtR
Funeral Home
In North Dade
North Miami Beach will be the
new ,-ite for the first Jewish
Funeral Home located in the
North Dade and South Broward
areas.
Cantor Emmanuel Mandcl this
week announced his partnership
with Harry W. Beyer, funeral di-
rector, in the formation of Beyer
Funeral -Home at 16660 NE 19!h
ave.. No. Miami Beach.
Cantor Mandel. in addition tr
his religious duties at Dade
Heights Jewish Center, is also ac-
tive in civic affairs, currently hold-
ing the post of chancellor comman-
der of the North Miami Beach
Lodge of the Knights of Pythias,
and as a charter member of the
Abe Horrowitz Post of the Jewish
War Veterans.
Harry W. Beyer, member of the
Florida Funeral Directors Assn.
has served in the funeral profes-
sion in Dade county for the past 11
years. In addition to being past
post commander of the Veterans
f Foreign Wars, he is active in
Boy Scout work
OSCAR S. CAPLAN
IS. of MOO K Buj Harbor dr., died .Ian
H. He came here wlx year* ago fro
!hl<*ago where he had been probati
uilsc di Cook county. He was a World
A'ar I veteran* a membemof the A me
can, Florida and Oade Bur A.-.-n-.
'hfcago Club ol Greater Miami. B'nu
li'ritli, ami a Zi'ini-I At the lam- or Pittsburgh Pa
nla death, be wan vice president and
trust ol fleer "t Central Bank and
Trust Co Surviving are hi- wife,
Sarah; .. son, Mitchell; and two bro-
thers Including Hart-) Service* were
Jan. 20 in Riveri>l \'.niianil> lali
were Jan 24 in Uiverhlde Memorial
i 'Impel, Noi mand) i.-u
MRS. ANNA CROSS
81, of 24( : l 'olliim ave ... Jai 21
She i aine lr-: e in year* ...
burgh She In survived .. a
Mr- ?til I Penlck. Service* .|. i
13 in Ken man !' inei al Home
MRS. SARAH TAICHER
.'".. of 286 gist .-t .i i Jai !! She
line llele .-.-vin V...I- ;i... Il .u At-
lantic i "it>. X J .-'i.i vivjmi nil
!.-. M I.. .i !. lack, Mi i
Mlrljim l>n .u i and Mi I
-iaildli I .a-. Iicl alum i ...
ii.I BeVt-1 '9 I .-.....
Jag 12 in i:>... r Mi 'Mi
'hu iel, N'oi i'..hi !.-

CHARLES L. HOFMANN
:. ol J910 TI -1 .-t Miami Beach .i d
J Ian. IT. He wax a retired ileld dlrei -
or foi the I'.S I >e|iai tment : !. il>.i .
M '-"ii a member ..t the Mahl Sin Inc.
a charter member of the Urea ter New-
irk i jlub, American Legion iiud >w
i.-li War Veteran*. Surviving arc his
v iw-. Minnie a son, and two grand -
i ii Idn n .-.- v i. ... ., n.i |>ui ial were In
Newark with Ktvertdde Memorial Clin-
i in charge l< cull)
JONATHAN E. BEER
:, son "t Mi and Mr* AiOcn .1 fleer,
and wan u member "i ch< Southwest
Masonlt- i."(- Survivinit ar< n .-
wife, Anita: a aon, Milton: a duugii-
ter, Mi-. Sydel Templln ind -i-
grandchildren. Services were Jan
in Uol ilon Kunei al Ho
LAWRENCE K HOFFMAN
''. of 117.". :'7tii ,-t.. :.,.. Harbor i.-lini-
in advertising executive, i.- eun-lved
b) hi- wife, Serena, and gon Alfred
Service* were Jan. l* in Riverside Me-
morial Chupel. Nornian.lv [ale
MORRIS PALLACK
" i, ol ::i"i SW 12th .-t died Jan 20
He came here M years ago ir..... N<
Vork and was a member it Knights of
l".vthia.-. Lodge IT" Surviving un hb
.viie. Paula; a .-"ii Richard: three
daughters, Mi Ellen I: Pollack, Mrs,
Sviieie Cartas and M Millie Suuch:
ind two grandchildren. Services were
.fan. 23 in RJverslde Me.....Ial Chapel,
i touglas rd
DON SEIOMAN
;.".. of ::r!7 NW i-t -t.. died Jan 22 He
tame here 14 veal.- ago from New V.ek
JOSEF M. HOFFMAN
68, of 1311 NW lT'.th .-t.. died .Ian It
Me came her.- gig vear.- ago and was
president of Merit Jewels, Inc., I Mi-
ll, ami. Surviving are ht wife, Emeu
ii,. I tine; .me brother, and two Bisters,
MORRIS SCHLUTKER
77. of :;:. I SW 4th st.. died Jan, 17
tine here u; yeara ago from l_.
caster, Pa. He i- survived u.v hie wife, I Srviceg were in Philadelphia with Kiv-
Annie; tw.. eooe; three dautiht. r-. in- er.-i-le Memorial Chapel In charge "'
'ludlng Mr.-. Rebecca Berngtein; andl'000' arrangements.
12 grandchildren. Services were Jan. --------77--------'
'x iii the Gordon Funeral Home with hillel kaufman
burial In Mt Nebo Cemetery. i of ';:;i V- -s"' t., Miami Read
------------------ died Jan. 10. He came here 1 > years
MYER L. GOLDMAN from New Vork and Is survived l
hi- ui'e. Etachel; and two ulster* Ser-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY J u DOS'S COL R T
IN A\D FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA ,N PROBATE.
No. b-230-C
IN RK: i:.-tate ..i
JUSKt'H I. i:KM.\i;i:i:
i ..... i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Credl >r nd All I'ei ;-
i i Maims u l>em iii Ag.i Insi .-.. i
: .-I.I :
Vi.'.i are hereby n itlfied a id req r I
! present an> ilm a i i den mi -
A'hlch you i'i.i have against i......
tat.- ol Ji >SEPH I. RKDINCIil: ., --
i-eused late i.i m:\\ VuRK County,
Ne.v York, t" the Count) Judges. ,r
i lade County, ami file the name In their
offices in th, County Courtnou>e In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months fr..... tii^ date ..i th
fliei publication hereof, or the same
w ill he barred
IXH'IS N RRI >INf!KR
Lev >. Leventhal .\ I loldateln
Attornej -
142ii N.K. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
I .7. :.:-10-17
di-ih-Amcrii !y star, wh.i
has playi -.v Molly Picon
and in main \> >: with the late
Maurice Sclnva::: all over the
- world, will make his first appear-
Increfl5'anc* on tne stl-e of lho Cinema
Theatre in more than five years.
Martins Friday, .'a;: 27.
The one-week personal appear-
ance "of Rtisiii!)"- will leature his
[Hinlap. -Tamed skit. "Attj Boy. Getzel," in
r "which the come :> .-tar will appear
i- Getiel.
Well-know;: Yiddish-American
: ; yerformers. inc'.j ling Leon Schech
er, Gitel Stein, and many more.
... hi vill take part in the stage show al j
he Cinema.
The feature movie is "Green-
lelds," Starr:. 4 Helen Beverl\
- Mrs. Lee J. Cob!) Added screen
'- :.. ,i ,., i ..,,u.
Miami Firm
Nmes Langner
\ in A Lang: i r has been pro-
-...
ol Ah xai I. r Hard.' are i
lers Su] pi; I ,111 \u
six i nths, he has
its newly-enlarg-
ed CO 'lit.
Before coming I i Miami, i
tier was vice president and gen-
eral manager Ol Connecticut Hard-
ware & Mill Supply Co., of Dan-
bur\. Conn.
Langner and hi- wife. Lillian,
their sons. Sandy and Todd. and
daughter. Dana, make their home
at 11U1 NE 169th ter.. No Miami.
:i. u: 330 oitii .-; Miami Beach, died
.Ian, 16 He came here .-even vear- ago
j :rmii Newark and was a retired opl >m-
I etnst. He Ii survived by hit wife,
I Kthel: t" >nii.-. a daughter, a -.-ter
-\ grandchildren and .. great-
grandchildren Services .v.r.- in New-
' irk with Rlveroide Memorial C
i harge I oca lb .
HARRY MOSKOWITZ
;.*., i.i 1219 SW 15th died Jan 20
ii ,ii,.. ears ago fn i". New
1 vivinn i laughtel Mr*
..'
\\ I'tlta l.i\ :
Ml. .

LOU'S CRESCP
. V. -
. I '
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hi.i
were Jan 12 In Gordon Fune .1
I lone
ISIDORE FEINBEflG
71. ..! 2243 SW L'lst t.-i d'. I I., '
He came tare 2'.' years ago t on Ni ..
fork Surviving i- hi- i .. Kugi
.-, I. were In New \ ., *lth Riv-
era! le Met".irlal : i .... rd
.ii charge locally.
DAVID BERMAN
::. of 101 Kuclld a i I J
He i -. v ..i-,_
\". Y. S
V -.'.-,: : i uol
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SAMUEL B--KER

;
M. i r i
Mi
MAURICE B. RPIKIS
'', is i ...i jan i-
- i Wo II u i
He

rated Jew store i
Surviving ar< i wife, Klele
brother* and three : S<
were In Atlantii i *lt> i' h Rl\
llemorl il i "hapel in charge loca'
ISADORE MONASHEFSKV
is: mm : "i
He cat he! .''. v i a r* .. \. ...
.11 I vva.- a
:'.,. l ei H ,. ,
,-id SjnAgogue V t
r
3en
ttraction is "i-iael." in Techm
olor, starrin: K ard G. Kohinson.
) wOrWerpf. Gardner to Speak
S HOUSff^ Capt Leg canl-er i
&""0" Lpeaker at Te- Tile
ii be guesi
reth Jacob
isterhood's "J i>h National
und Night," i m.iay. Mrs. Bet
ard Furman i~ ..I chairman.
JWB Awards
Retired Rabbi
Rabbi Abraham Schwartz has re-
ceived a National Jewish Welfare
Board acknowledgment of out-
standing volunteer chaplaincy ser-
vice in support of the total chap-
laincy program conducted for Jew-
ish personnel in the Air Force and
frrr hosoitalized veterans at Key
West. Fla.
Rabbi Schwartz has been spirit-
ual leader of B'nai Zion in Key
West for 11 year- and the recipient
of man^ awards for service in Key
West from his own congregation,
as well as from the Elks.
He i- now retired and lives with
hi- wife in Miami.
FRED BLACKEII
:. of i-'i KW "'Hi ave died I .in ?i
He gra* a ptoclcbroker and un. here
10 year- ii.i in.n. Port Chester \ \
He Ii Mirylved i>> hia wife, Annette
two mnn, Robert and V-'tlter hi* mo-
ther and tw.. *|nterx Ber ii a ere
Ian. '.' in Rlvertdde Memurial Chnpcl
I touglaa i .1
"i ': nein i'.iviu .-i n, got:i .- i ..
. i .. lughi :< .-'- \. ;
grandchU.....n, and four great- ''.u: "' **-TTA HAAIA. deceased
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 49327-C
IN RE: Kstate ol
LEON l.l!.Ui:i:.\!.\N
Iieiei-,.,1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereto given that i hoye
filed -nv i-'uia. Rep I and Petll Ion for
Distribution and Final Ulacharge as
:;.\. cuttix "t the estate of LB" >X i.u:r. -
KRMAN, decease I an I thai on the
-Mil da) r'ebi u : ipply
t-. the Honorable Pounij .1.. lu of
I'll. Coun Plol 'I af
' iii I'in.ii !: : ,-i i .i i
i ,.,->.
,
i li.- isth daj of Jan
I'T I*A : liil.l'MAN
MIl.Ti >N A i
VI
ii -
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IN COUNTY Jt c:.=!-
DADEL COl MT FOI
i :
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v
-
\OT.CE OF INTEN J' -KE
APr-Ll SAT '. FOR F N -_
DISCHARGE
\. .v.'
lur fii a
- ....
.-ial. of VEi I'.X
and that on
:;!. 11
i :.-..r^' T i 'lark u ; lu i--.- : i le
i .11 11 >. i- lurid i i I
ml hildn it > >
Vork v\ nil i;
h.i. gi :.. all)
ii ..- w ei :: New
I-'uia ral H
SAMUEL. FRIEDMAN
. of IT::- Marseille dr., died Jan 21
ile .un.- here i i vear* .;. n Wn.-h
ingion, I i' He i- win lv il i" I -
wife Anna and a non, Joel Bervlc-i
n !. .fan L'.: in Rlv de Mi
Chapel, Normand) Isle
HERBERT J GOLDSTEIN
". of !-':' Marseille dr., died Jan, i'1
He i ime here 15 i"- ago from Nev
Vork Survlvnra Ii wife. I.il
'i in .i -i.-t-r. M Bertram Be>er
-..!- .in.I a lu ithi r Pel v i.
MRS KATIE SHAVINi
M, ol 161 West ave., died Jan I I SI
came here 1" yearn >^" from At'untn
-ii v ivhi- inct le her hush ind, R
vv.. .-hi.-. Siifnuel and l*r. loseph i-
.. daughters, Mr- Fo>e Po 11 tier
,ii.I Mr-. Bertha Ooldh rg; and nl
[run Ichlldreu .-' \ ice* >v .-. Jon. I
i Kiv.r.. a. Memorial Chapel, Doug-
i.i
Till- I -' : ill'. .-1 i.i i i.
Ml'RRAY i'AMN .: i
SYI.\ I \ II ZEN, I Vei II '-. 'lie
Estate of V'etta Hanin, I' ised
l.\K' 'I.I' .-HAi'li: '
VttOI llev l:s .1 f-
i :::. t-n
SAMUEL WILDER
"::. ,.f 87.....' NE :5th -' No M
. lied Jan 11, !! i time hi
ears go Rochester, N.T 8ui
iv n.; ii. In- wife, EUI i tWi
. M i la Haskell ai I M
i i h'l |. ill!' i Ii St' v 'i Mere i
LEGAL NOTICE

no"
Dr. Arzt to Speak
Dr. Max Arzt. professor of prac-
tical theology and vice chancelloi
Jewish Theological Seminars
of America, will be the guest -peak
I the late service of TempU
Emanu-EI on Friday evening Dr.
Ai-7> will speak on "History in the
Making." Dr Irvine Lehrman
spiritual leader "of Temple Emanu-
EI. will officiate and Cantor Hirsh
Adler will chant the liturgy,
tina Lollob:. z resists the advances of Anthony Franciosa
i this acipne from "Go Naked in the World powerful love
ory co-stai: Ernest Borgnine, now at the Carib, Miami
hd Miracle .isa'.res.
Youth to Discuss
"The SynagogueAn Integra;
Part of My Life" will be the topic
discussed at a United Synagogue
Youth service and breakfast at
Temple Tifereth Jaeobb on Sun-
day.
IN THE C1RCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JLD'CiAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTS
FLORIDA. INCHANCERN.
\; b'C sao
iAVID H K H.SKY,

V -
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NOTICE a> PUBLICATION
Pi i .m -
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Ni v. Y a \ Y
YO v : MKREi'.Y N
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..'.i ..ii I-l.it i in ItKRN
tTKIN .v M.I.I BR
.I la in I :.'. F m il... and ; < in
.-.. the
bove i '- ir befor th 271 h daj
Kel ru in IM il hei vlsi.....
. loitfi -- -v III be sntere against

Dati i M imi, 1 "ade Countj. I
,.i. tin- S.'th !.' "t Jan tarj. 1961
i: B LBATHKRMAN
i ;- k ol the Cln till C
eall n.' K M I.V.MAN
ivi.itv Clerk
i ::.: 1-10-1"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I.- HiiRKBY OIVKN thai
the inderalgned '!Ina t>' engage m
!.i.-1: -. under the tiutltious name f
. Uiisi: IN I-oa til ATION t'KNTElt
at ltin .iiil'ir. Building, Miami, l-.a..
,nti n.i- : registei o I nann with I he
Court Of I -aite
Count), Florida
s.xMi i:i s Pi '\
S. 'le I 'VV
:: id i ir i Hug
Mi:.in l-i irld i
\r..\i. i I'lNX
v11.: ii. fur Sjimuel s F \
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
Ni TH i: is ; :: : :>
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u Intend* I
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KKl.M Bin
in foi

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'One ol Ihe Nation's
O/des' and lorgesf"
0ade Federal
cSaving1* and Loan Association of Miami
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
\. : | ;- Vi;N thai
Igi I. desir.ng I '-:- in
indei the
I'NRISK 81'XURIBM it 7000 s W
-Till .\ve Mi glster
-.n.i aine w itli the <"' if '' nl
i 'ourt of I '' '" ml i-
LOl K \s K i Rl \K' -
Su'i
kkssi.i:;:. OARf .v Ri >th
Vit..iiiev for Auplloant
: i- .< w [\ .-.[
l 20-27
:.-!>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, de* rlnj I e1 ga
husine-n under til.- fictHloue name of
JAY CEE MAINTENANCE DIVISION
at 2146 Pon< e de 1 u Bo le i ard In-
en.l- t.- register -i Id I ime with the
of the Cln of I) ute
i 'niiniv, i'. irlda
WEATHERPROi iPINi. PRi >I>1 '8
.' INC
By: Joel Dian
2 3-10-17
lUSIfrl M IU>I0N Pmidnt
%^^nawmm.v^'
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICI N V E>

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Friday. January 27, 1961
I THICT MM CONTAWT
TMf OtTMOOOK VAA MACASMW1M Of ROtlOA mmm
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
FREEZER
EFFECTIVE JAN. 26fh TO FEB. 2nd
RIBSof
BEEF ....lb.
30 TO 35 IB. AVERAGE
Forequarters __
of B E E F_lb. D 7
175 LB. AVERAGE
CHUCK of
BEEF Pound
57

110 LB. AVERAGE
RACK of
LAMB Pound
79
5 TO 6 LB. AVERAGE
CHUCK of
LAMB lb.
18 TO 22 LB. AVERAGE
Thruout the Year
Your Friendly Food Fair
Kosher Stores Bring You
U. S. Gov't. Inspected Western
Choice & Prime Meats and Poultry!
Note !
All Freezer Specials
will be Cut, Wrapped
and Marked for
Your Freezer
at No Added
Cost to You!
AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS FREE SERVICE!
NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
2091 CORAL WAY I CORAL WAY I 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
AT S.W. 87th AVE.
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2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
IN HOLLYWOOD
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