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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
34 Number 48
Miami. Florida. Friday. December 1, 1961
Four Sections Price 20'
viet Military Chief Reports on Jewish Situation in Russia
IS(JTA)Lt. Gen. David Dragunsky, a Jewish
ficer who is one of the most decorated Soviet
World War II, declared here that "vestiges of
tism still exist in the Soviet Union." but said that
st Government "is about to liquidate the last
racism and popular anti-Semitism" in Russia.
Dragunsky came to Paris to represent the Soviet
Brans Federation at the Warsaw Ghetto exhibit,
being held here at the Memorial for Unknown
lartyrs. He made his comment on Soviet ami-
in a wide-ranging press conference, during
blso asserted in fluent Yiddish that Russian Jews
did not want to emigrate, nor did they want Yiddish pub-
lications.
"Not more than 100 Jews of Russia, mainly old
people living in the past, would choose to emigrate if a
referendum were held," the stocky, fair-haired tank
commander asserted. "Russia is our home, the land
of our ancestors and of our future. It is more than ever
so now that it had been flooded with Jewish blood by
the Naii oppressors."
The son or an itinerant tailor, the general asserted
that anti-Semitism in Russia was a Iclt-over from Hie war-
time German occupation and Nazi propaganda. He Called
the publication of the Yiddish monthly. Soviet Homeland,
a "political gesture."' asserting that "lew Jews were inter-
ested in reading Yiddish publications." He claimed, as
evidence, that Shalom Alcichem's works in Yiddish "bare-
ly managed" to reach 30.000 circulation, while a lar
larger number was sold in Russian translation.
He also declared that "there is no demand for Jewish
schools" and said "what would a youngster who has
studied in Yiddish do after his graduation? Where would
he find work?"
Continued on Page 11-A
'NOT NATIVES OF ISRAEL
enhewer Says Jews
je Tirst Americans;'
Virms Suez Decision
YORK (JTA)President Eisenhower has indicated, in a
jjoast television network program, that he feels that the voting
J Presidential election proved that American Jews "are first
and not natives of Israel."'
[former President made that comment in a Ji.-cussion of
GEN. EISENHOWER
. "this ambassador"
Refugee Body
Bows to Arab
Tactics at UN
{pressures associated wit!-
flections which took place
iftcr Israel's Sinai cam- j
le made the comment in1
of a series on his views j
presidency taped by CBS,
Walter Cronkito, the j
ir. introduced the subject
{question:
raelis claim that Ihe Sina:
i. as they called this ope-
as to eliminate Soviet
jrms in Sinai that they be-
ksser was about to use
liem Now. here is a spe-
itior where foreign policy
distinct and immediate
[repercussions in the great
'lat Israel has in the L'ni-
Now. what were the
brought on you at that
Eisenhower replied: "The
weren't so much as I
aec'iately as I was sort of
by different people, some
great friends of mine,
lid the election is just
jp, and if you do so, and
n't go along with Britain
I, you will lose the eltc-
tinued on Page 10-A
Premier Verwoerd Clarifies
Position on Jewish Citizens
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) Premier Hendrik Verwoerd declared
this week that his stand on Israel's United Nations position en South
Africa's Apartheid policy, as it related to the status of South African
Jewry, had been distorted.
UNITED NATIONSiJTA)Arab pressures on Dr. Joseph E. John-
.on. the Palestine Conciliation Commission's special representative
dealing with Ihe Arab refugee problem, resulted in vital changes In
Dr. Johnson's report, submitted to the United Nations General Assem-
bly lasl Saturday, it became known here Tuesday
The report, U developed here.
was the second Johnson draft, lie
'bad submitted his Hrsl draft for
comment, but not for changes, to!
both Israel and the Arab repre-
sentatives hire on Nov. 14. But,,
under the pressure of the Arabs,
he changed his report so that the
final dralt omitted or altered im-' f Ia*u*
portant points found unsatisfactory JcWS TO LcowC
|bj the Arabs. Among the change-.
Egypt Forbids
'Sequestered'
j. Speaking at the Witwatersrand
annual conference ot his National
! Party, he strongly deplored what
; he called "exploitation" by politi-
1 cal foes of the contents of a private
letter he had written to a Cape
Town Jew in reply to a similarly
private letter. He said his letter
was being used to misrepresent his
attitude on the question of Israel
and South African Jews.
The Premier said it had never
been his position that Jewish citi-
zens of South Africa did not have
the right to choose whatever poK-
tical party they wished to sup-
port. This statement apparently
Continued on Page 8-A
wv
Israeli Opinion
Nixes Pressure
JERUSALEM (JTA) Politi-
cal sources in Israel expressed
astonishment this week that Pre-
mier Verwoerd had linked the South
African Jewish community's vot-
ing activities on domestic issues
with Israel's position on interna-
tional affairs. No official com-
i.lent was forthcoming on the issue.
The Premier's effort to compare
his Apartheid policy with Israel's
goals in establishing a Jewish State
were considered spurious. Israeli
press comments, made before the
Premier asserted his views had
been distorted, inclined toward Ihe
conjecture lhat the Premier's
warning to South African Jews
Continued on Page 7-A
were these:
I. In the Nov. 14 draft, D. John-
ton stated the historical fact that,
in 1947, the Jewish Agency ac-
cepted the United Nations plan
for the partitioning of Palestine,
while the Arab Higher Commit-
tee rejected the plan. In the
final report, the Arab rejection
of the 1947 partition resolution
is not mentioned.
2. The NOV. It drall had stated
clearly that, in 1948, the day after
Israel declared its independence,
the Arab armies invaded Israel.
The final draft stated that "endem-
ic" Arab-Israeli violence was
"transformed" alter the termina-
(ion ol the British mandate, on j nit lire. They must assume full re-
May 15, i!>48 "into organized war- sponsibility for the effects in their
fare between Ibe Arab States and J homes and must pay lull rent lor
the newly proclaimed State of 1- living In their own homes,
rael." There is no; a word to in ; Vistims will be paid monthly al-
dicate how ihe warfare had begun, fowances out ol then- bank ac-
or by which side. nts "proportional to their
Responding to the Arab objec-1 needs." They are forbidden to dis-
tions, Dr Johnson made other charge servants, being ordered to
Continued on Page 3-A
PARIS (JTA) Egyptian
Jews and foreign Jews in Egypt,
whose properties have been "se-
questrated" under (he recent con-
fiscation orders issued by Egypt's
President Nasser, are forbidden to
leave Egypt 'until certain formal-
ities are completed." according to
Cairo press reports rccieved here
this week.
Details on the new Nasser pro-
gram, directed against several hun-
dred Jews m Egypt, show that not
only bank accounts were seised by
the government, but safe deposit
boxes were sealed. The victims are
allowed to live in their home as
"guardians" ol the homes and fur-
Continued en Pare 9-A
Artist Faces Sentence in Twc Courts
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, for Chanuka are Bank Leumi Le-Israel officials in
>York City as they place Menorah in special display win-
Jews throughout the world will light the first candle ol
tight-day festival, which begins Saturday evening. See
lal Chanuka sections C and D.)
WESTPORT, Conn. (JTA)
Alan S. Moyler. the West Redding
artist, will appear in Westport
Circuit Dec 19 for sentencing on
charges that for two years he ha-
rassed .mil annoyed Jewish resi-
dents of the area with anti-Semitic
niaterial by mail.
The 34-year-Old artist pleaded
guilty (WO weeks ago in U.S. Dis-
trict Court in New Haven to charg-
i of postal violations brought
against him by the United States
Government. He was accused of
sending dead rats and bats through
the mails and with defacing mail-
hexes in his campaign The viola-
tions charged against him includ-
ed breach ol tb" peace nd wilful
injury to private and public ser-
vice property.
After Circuit Judge Alfred Tus-
cano heard Ihe charges and Moy-
ler's guilty plea, he ordered a
pre-sentence investigation and re-
port to be made by the adult
probation officer. The report
was to be ready for Moyler's
Dec. 19 appearance.
action was taken in the
Federal court when Judge Robert
p Anderson deferred sentence
peni toga probation report. A West-
pi : courl official said there was
no chance that Ihe Federal and cir-
cuit sentences would be served
concurrently.
The artist has other troubles. He
maj have to race U S Immigration
ho were inlormed that
Moyler is a British national.


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Wednesdaj
Sources in the White House extremely close to Presi
Kennedy told The Jewish Floridian b> telephone We et
"we are r.ot denj ing
But thej would not o on record that the appointment was
;i delinile thinu.
Simonkoff to Speak
ll rj Simo hoff. i iliami
. will be ;
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"Nevertheless,
Jewish Flcridian.
it is a fair guess," the sources told The
"While it would be a mistake to publish
Judge Dubbin's appointment as a certainty, you'd be putting
us on the spot lo say it was not."
Judge Dubbin has been a Municipal Judge for the past 14
years here. He had been the choice of U.S. Sens. George Smathers
and Spessard Holland for the new vacancy. The other appoint-
ment was recently filled by David W. Dyer, law partner in the
Alia mi firm Of Smathers. Thompson and Dyer.
Samuel Gertner (left), executive director of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
and Benjamin G. Kline, member of the anniversary gala
committee, ponder a point of planning for the event which
will take place Saturday, Dec. 23, at the Fontainebleau. The
gala is part of the hospital's Anniversary Week, celebrating
completion of 12 years of Mt. Sinai community service and
cooperation.
Mt. Sinai Anniversary Week Slates
Special Events Beginning Dec. 17
Mt. Sinai Hospital Anniversary
Week ha:- been announced for Dec.
17 to 23 to highlight the completion
0l 12 years Of Mt. Sinai operation
i. a community hospital.
.1 Gerald Lewis, president.
Wednesday appointed Hank Meyer
a< chairman of the "Week."
Kick-off of the event will be a
holiday party sponsored by the
it ol trustees on Sunday. Dec.
17, tor all hospital employees and
their families.
Included in special events dur-
ing the "Week" will be lunch-
eons and dinners honoring the
med-cal staff, trustees and their
guests, the press, radio and tele-
vision, and special tributes to
Mt. Sinai volunteers.
sday, Dec. 19. has been set
a- a special Jay for the com
arge Scheduled are two
one at 10 a.m., and one at
<-, >n nubile is in-
be cli naxed
with a program in Wolfson Audi-
torium of the hospital, and will
feature the film. "Preface to a
Life."
The "Week" will be concluded
with an Anniversary Ball on Satur-
day evening, Dec. 23. in the Grand
ballroom of the Fontainebleau ho-
ld.
Honorary co chairmen serving
with Meyer are Max Orovitz, chair-
man of the hospital board, and
Gerald Lewis. Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathes. president of the hospitals
Women's Auxiliary, and Mrs. Ben
Novack are co-chairmen of the ball.
Agudath Israel
Joint Meeting
A joint meeting of the Men's
Club and Sisterhood of Agudath
Israel Hebrew Institute will be
held at 7811 Carlyle ave. on Mon-
day evening. Herman Weintraub.
president of the Men's Club and
Mrs. Rose Siegfried, president of
the Sisterhood, announced this
week
The meeting will decide the defi-
nite date and place of the installa-
tion of the organizations' new of-
Also to be discussed are the date
and place of the dedicatedn of two
Scrolls presented to Agudath Is-
rael by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mol-
begat. 7915 Byron ave.. and Mr.
and Mrs. Phillip Yasser, 505-75th st.
Proceeds for Religious School
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the I-
raelite Center will hold a Chanuka
latke card party on Sunday. 6 p.m..
in the Social Hall. 3198 SW 24th
ler. Co-chairmen for the affair
are Mrs. George Kessier and Mrs.
Etta Rcgatz. Mrs. George Graham
is ticket chairman. Proceeds are
i for the religious school.
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are helping your community to keep
its dignity. By helping others yoj
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Card Party Wednesday
Card party and social evening
will be held by Tifereth Israel Sis-
terhood in the Social Hall. 6500
No. Miami ave, on Wednesday
starting at'8:30 p.m. Hostesses
will be Mrs Rose G I and Mrs.
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Won't Let Jews Out
Continued from Page) 1-A
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Friday. December 1. 1961
23 Kislev 5722
The Festival of Lights
Chanuka the Festiva] oi Lights
ber/ins on Saturday .v su The
'- serves the
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j Anhochus .-. the yea 165
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One Ot the truly eler.c_s v c
: as in Jewish history the ludah
ccabee uprising cean-.s: the rel.c-
sue tyraniiy of ancient lewry's
mla-he Hellenistic c verier as thrills
_: rs lew othei events in the past
. le recent d.scover.es in the
Jndean deeart c: the Bar Kochba
papers anthem.cc:.::e the histrr.citv
K a period hardly three-hur.area'
years Inter gives renewed and
glowing purpose to the reality of
the Chanuka story
The ~t:-:-: oi Cnnnuxe U re-
csricaricn cr.d th:s eras precisely
he oAeruiuth c: the Maccabee suc-
cess :?: Antioc h u s The Jews
. can Bed the Temple of pagan gods
end relit the Net famid with a cruse
OS s-enctmec c.l that maaculously
c_rr.ea tor eight days sur::.er.:
me to sanctify a new supply in-
stead oi foe the er.e day it was orig-
..- iDv expected to las:
7a: cue nee: history lbs significance of
Chanuka has held profound meaning tor Tews
end nan-Jews alike. Far the holiday symbol-
res as -c ether, mar. s determination to be
ree r:a the impesmcr. c: ciHsb meals upon
. r.e maecle r: Chanuka will reme to us
arm me nr.r.er.: pcs: as we light ar.cther
rcndle through eight successive days r.ext
k B wiB spe-a.-: to at c: all human, resis-
tance to tyranny 1: aril] remind as r:< Dachau
r :_: Teieresier-strc-
Chanuka w__recall the le.r__sitton rr.c the
eerr.rl rlcod libels I: eri!3 doc _:e up :r.e
mev '.-. tfjfl tell _s -: three -__;- Jews eec.mc
e tlCC Co":.:. ::.: ol -re.: slow spiritual
--.re. ;: a^ me :?: oJ ':.-. State c: '.seme' a:
ienia :; me v-.rtrry c: '_ccm Maccabse c.er
in 1956 tells us nothing we did not know about
it them It is r.o less dense. dumbiDur.dir.r a:
capable cf defense today.
But his comment about American Jews
however positively he intended therr. is a:,
example ot the danger c: re:.er:ior. :cr all am-
h.gucus mer. especially tar cmbiguoua past
Presider.ts. In a single swoop Mr. Lhser.hc.e:
acfoaOWaedging that Jews are first Americans
ler.t credence to :he possibility :hn: he ;r.:e b-e-
l.eved otherwise and her.re that these who
Still do may act really be wrong. In a serrr.i
sociologically ;.s:5t:_s foray in his reference
K) :ne (ewish vc:e he assured :ne :.;:.;:. me:
Jews as first Americans are actually first
Jewish
his rele as elder s:e:esmen Mr. Zisen-
bowes .s eiscevet.ne _-.;: it is ees e: :c write
a book than to reed cne He is else discover-
ing it is eas.er to ruminate than it was to ec:.
From His Rocking Chair
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es.aent
--er ceres sacce b
ceen mere f-eau=
ey were ween
.can iecdership
T n tne cne
newer is vryicg
.ended ell aJong I
e-ognier.ee he en
a me ss.ve earn c
Efii reeen: oNk
stives .: less than
end :e me pc
:r.e mere
ever eurihan r_.e
am ewer m recrement _s bent
""ears m. oince ries
e lert me White Heuse heve
n: and :ar-:eacheng than ever
ne held me rejens e: Amer-
and it seems as a Y_- Eisen-
:e exp.am -us: we:: ne m-
c: :ne nan en during his two-
Never irnowr. tar his
pears to be taking me reed
men :e repem himself m
.-" ease e.eaa.ee: en
:::::mi wes certainly ep:
His wamme te me ne: en
_s oem kncwina ::.: laua-
Isreel
ecle
1-1 s observa-iens an Seer Sm
cne ne Jews e c. Tea television :-
last weekend were :ep- e ene even
suVrtag Mr. E -- c: fisa
enn restei Dulles t:.: c^ me ?-'.aale East
Time Goes Against Them
Tne Palestine Ccnenienen Ccmmiss.en re-
pert to the Vr::ed Nations s e fantastic eec_-
men: ne: se much :er what :: cen:a:ns as :e:
me re..:.eel insmemen: i: has become
In :s barasJ es5-ennal= me Dl Jennsen re-
port was mt-neee ha :e.l the s:erv e: :ne Arab
retueees and to ooostrucl me groundwork :e:
a somtion to :.ea resettlement.
-: '-"-? -1-'-"- leadership s juggling oi the
report eoes tar hey and mese esser.tiailv ha-
m.en.tac.nn purposss, Apar acm me imme-
a.e:e pence., .n.cl.cnnens i; pjoves what Is-
raeli spokesmen have declared al. elene that
tne Arer re-en:a:es reallv dan : ccrre a: all
warn hoppe-s to the isfiiije se long as thev
can err.e.: the s::c.a:.en to further thea
a.vrsive n:e:es: m the M.ddle EcaU.
Tne Jewish Telegraph.e Agency report that
me Aree delegations ot me ","N applied pres-
sure te Changs seme c: the details' et me retu-
oee stuay .= a rantastie cne mdeed. Its uln
mate purpose .s to ener.ee me race at bisfory
to make Israel and the Arabs ecuallv guilty e:
me .?4r war.
Acme..y mus ^ e deuele-edaed sword
m.eh h_ee me Communist ereenen e: tne well
rrcmd Ems" Berlin E-esirnee te se he
nee V.'es- odsc r-eree.s me weakness c- :l-e
Fee Ees- Wnatever mere ::.::;. machma-
teons e-er_ne-me-3.cene; ens mrre passes me
-:-:-e n .- reruaee rese-tlemen; e-erc es
the week
.. as i sec it
by LEO MINDLIN
JH'S IS the fir- m
of the death of J ^J
The word "death h..
ersary
during
S c^'ous one. for m fail
*" be with i,'1^,
than ever he was befrrr^!
pacing. He ot T^
m Wi of fact mernoriTS'
mo* tee sent.mental They
tendby their exces JWdertroj *h., ... St
to enshrine N th*?
almost a palpable experience to sajy "thinj" mouIo ; '-' / ls
ci reality Md. mo>ed: borrJer-on the sentimenta^m I depict. .
What. then, is this experience" I can see him in thi
J
Ci
mj daily thinkinu processes. And I can bear hir
re of
an near mm .>,-.., ..
relationship is more cogent and more frequently.fel: -. \"
ualked proudly among men. observing with jaw L", he
les which, sadly, he also recognized as his own. ; .
- nail? to me in the still of night There is r.o convert' "nwa"
thai would be schizophrenia But there is tr .,"f
n mj nations revisited tastes sad 'J Jr*
(till more occurrences long since for .
I c. not delude myself that this post-mor -_
ay. But 1
: dedue^- froi uliq e :, -
i i -1 i .
- it a r.ce. AJJ nixj
rt oi jr. 1

a afr-t* piKSPicnvE or history
AT LEAST -o be. SI
not be s re tha- I ha
minal Je. does this mear. I am. ir. fact, a .'
00) ntr.cr. does it m^ae I i
culture Jewi
ppose >ome sophisticates nill find such speculati<
if not clinically interesting. They behe\e :
j that for men deliberately to seek
retrogression Aj for myself. I f.nd that I car. :. -
future nor car. I tolerate the present, without pjS[
The difficulty here is that I look to it more tr._:
consubstanUauty. it is clear, demands some:
clever perspective of n;s:ory: r. demands the nisdotti
There is a 1915 vintage : of my father photo
album. On a farm he owned in New Jersey, he stands reme-
Ij well-tailored, dark pinstripe suit, his am -
bim, at a safe distance, struts a knot of c riticil
but tolera le shapes my father's face 7
the iveekend-eiily. gentleman farmer on his eeker: retn
bis threstoch
The outward-ttuust srm.f strain te keep the feaUn e filth
fr m bis exsensiva finery. Acro-? n.- nee::.: ing \ the
white gold watch chain that hypaMUxed my efai
the cr.-..keiis and tne nneettied >Torld of an a.- nee.
JEWS AS VIUKIM0 f At HISS,
|u|v pather, a c.:y creature, eras
-cd;. And the smile, critics] I his i -.- i
tones! '.r. later made
barter reference :. m idera U i ..-
: Psn .: r.d that he abai hobby
-
: think tn< snapshot symbolises my :c:e^r veil
:- in aaj project he laur.cr.t-:
siness ventures steel traps i
ped on nil rs; or fr
'' betray* II r the J i ht
er ceased t. sh
rssmi
I ecades later in Miam.. a
^: leas: fragment
aunts my father demonstrated a parti facet
this mania t L I fnoa
3 Sabbath mre.ie.
risat a syaagnc re. Fi ttBiti
- rea red, he ros
? heart -. .. a nuance or fl-rf .:. :. -.
THE l.'GKT flKXEtS TOOAt
?NE PRELIMINARIES OVER, ar I th( Sflref V
be beat u thetas scover that tha larah ctap
' :~ Q I | :
L .he was laid "WheH knew te
M> father reddened or. the sofa ut anser reca
.atior. or. the need for intellectual honesty in
I set tiu> doun as a s.er. ef has OsHMIlhllj r
that .r pracuce if no; in fundamental belie: 'V
m rch for a M-.tar-.t toauxe :: tfifHrnaisl Jndaisa l"
I do not Deluxe bt Rather. I set
saale of hu massive ccmmirjaec: to faith are .e:
raw men. rear aeatk who see with I
could hlazt like meteors sad be say urott the Welst Dylan
r.e "Aad you. my father, there os the sa-.i r.--"'
r tv" *iih year fierce tears. I pray. De eat go get
Bht ftagt raff against the dying of :.
lotted time, my father d-.d mere thai bis -
sst the dyiaf of the light the passing al : ","'"'
his CSUadren Arc urier h> UBM came seci.>. he vien"
r :'e he seesne
rstattes L.es m ease abilitv to rehaqu --1-1'
But the m: teviav ; .omehew to be fiickej
eOeettvelj ee -;> eivo : ...
tae his pa::
makes me fee the
Eataer's 1
a:,: BSSk ar.ev.
with uhat was aad fa e, yet t
i *** as .: .> until jiadaissa's dawn a
U:h' (be rests. 1 seaue eT"


Friday, December 1, 1961
* knist Ikridiiri
Pcqe 5-A
'Discipline' Lifted on Arms Sale to W. Germany
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Cabinet decided at its weekly ses-
sion Sunday that the principle of
coalition discipline would not ap-
ply to the issues involving the sale
ol mn^la Wrftft.GcrflHtfiy or to the
question of maintenance of mili-
tary governments in Arab areas of
Israel. The principle of coalition
discipline, formulated by the Cabi-
net two weeks ago. provides for
the automatic resignation of any
Cabinet member who votes in the
Knesset against any Government
decision or who abstains from sup-
porting a Government measure
Other issues on which Cabinet
. members will be allowed freedom
to vote, provided the questions do
not involve a vote of contidence in
the Government, are: religious
matters of conscience, a general
election law or proposals for re-
form of the election system, elec-
tions by the Knesset for President
j of the State, State Controller or
nominations committees for judges
of civil or religious courts.
Cabinet members also expressed
general approval of a four-year
plan for the development of Arab
villages. The plan, which was pre-
sented by Agriculture Minister i
Moshe Dayan, would cost I 30,-
000.000 (816.800,600) and is intended I
to raise t h e income of Israel's;
Arab farmers. The projectvwhich
would be administered by the Min-
istry of Agriculture with other min-
istries cooperating, provides lor t!ie
construction of roads, electric I
water instaiianons and school blU I-
ings. The Cabinet at its next s --
sion is expected to, .appoint an In-
tcrministerial committee to ex. -
(iite the project.
Celebrity Series Resumes Sunday
Gov. Leader Due
At JNF Banquet
' eon J. EH, president of the Jew-
National Fund Council cf Great-
i Miami, announces that arrange-
i .in.- have been completed for the
nance of Gov. George M.
ader at the 13th Jubilee Ban-
i i t of the Jewith National Fund
Dec, 10 at the Fontainebbau
I tel
Leader is now serving as
((-chairman, with Gov. Theodore
Keldin, of Maryland, for the
nerican Freedom Forest project
r [srtel. Numbering two million
i ees, the Freedom Forest will
land as a living, growing tribute
(i the friendship and cooperation
i.l the two freedom-loving nations,
II i United States of America and
State of Israel.
Gov. Leader, who has just re-
turned from Israel, met with
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion and other government
and military officials, with whom
l-e discussed future land reela-
r-ation and security matters.
Leader Is known for his con-
ons to the improvement ol
health, education and welfare
1 ms m Pennsylvania.
Mayer Abramowitz. chair-
Dl the executive board of the
I ancil Of Creator Miami, re-
- that the 15th Jubilee Ban-
i will be one of the outstand-
events in Greater Miami this
on."
rangements are being com-
I for the appearance at the
II- of a nationally-famous guest
. list.
Excerpts from "Swan Lake" and
"Prince Igor" will be featured
presentations by the Miami Ballet
Company at the Miami YMHA's
Sunday celebrity series second ol-
firing on Sunday. 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.,
in the "Y" auditorium. 450 S\V 16th
ave. Two dozen dancers will per-
form under the direction.of Tommy
Aimour, the company's director
Other scheduled Sunday perform-
ances include Jan. 14. Penguin
Players in the "Golden Goose," a
play in three acts; Feb. 11, "Sec-
rets of the Woodwinds," by the
University o'! Miami Quintet, Juli-
cn Balogh, director; and Mar. 11,
University of Miami Musical Come-
dy Singers, Ladislao Viada, direc-
tor, who will present a condensed
version of a Broadway musical.
David Eskenazi. branch direc-
tor, is in charge of reservations.
Extremist Threat
To be Considered
Techniques for dealing with ex
1 mist threats to America's demo-
1 tic institutions will be consid-
ered Friday at a special meeting
o! the advisory board of the Great
ir Miami chapter, American Jew
u>h Committee.
David Danzig. A.IC's national
program director, has been invited
lo lead tbe*e deliberations by
Hardld B. Spaet, advisory board
chairman.
Danzig is responsible for the
coordination of the Committee's
human relations programs. A
prominent contributor to lay and
professional periodicals, he has
lectured extensively in the U.S.
and abroad.
The advisory board of the local
1 atyer will meet in order to recom-
ei 'I AJC policy growing out ol
lie formation Of new organizations
edicated to conformity and the
oppression of civil liberties.
The chapter executive commit
e will meet with the board whose
liberations will term the basis
r local and national consideration
program on this matter.
Beth Torah Latke Party
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*Jenisti tiorMHaun
Page 7-A
Medical Team Seeks Fallout Xure'
PHILADELPHIA iJT.V A
se\ en-member team of research
scientists at the Albert Einstein
Medical Center was disclosed this
vveek to be lei'A"' chemicals .111 a
arch for agents to minimize the
deadly effect of racioactive fall-
tut.
Dr. P E. Luchesi. executive vice
president and medical director ot
the Center, explained that the
chemicals had been successfully
tested on mice, but that they do
1 t appear at pr?-ent to be safe
i_! humans. The chemicals are
! m the sulfhydryl compounds.
\ ;ii!ect the central nervous
and circulatory systems and can protect tissue from the effects of
cause illness and death in human I radioactivity, why the chemicals
but they are less toxic to'
beings
mice.
The investigation, which began
five years ago under the direc-
tion of Dr. Bernard Shapiro, a
specialist in rtaiosotopes, is fi-
nanced by the School of Aviation
Medicine of the Air University
Command of the United States
Air Force. The Air Force School
has contributed about S219,00O to
date to the project.
are toxic to human tissue and how
they can be made safe for human
use.
Dr. Shapiro reported that during
the five-year experimental period,
laboratory mice were given from
three to five milligrams of a
chemical called AET (simoneothy-
lisotbioronium) dissolved in a solu-
tion. The mice protected by in-
jections of AET and a control group
of unpro:ected mice were then sub-
jected to equal doses'of radiation.
The protected mice showed the
harmful effects of only one hall of
radiation dose while the other mice
suffered the effects of the total
dose. .More than 500 mice have
been used.
be found which would cu! effects
of radiation in haif, its use. "would
reduce the effective dosage from
175 to 225 roentgens. Among those
protected, many would become ill
hut few would d;e "
Dr. Shapiro said that the tests
indicated that AET had reduced
the efiect by half. He added that
in humans, a sudden radiation dos-
age of 850 to 450 roentgens over
the entire body would kill half of
the victims and many others would
become sick. He explained that
if ;i safe chemical protection could
Rabbi to be Tocstmaster
Sunday evening. Dec. 10, ?he last
clay of Chanuka. a joint celebration
of the Men's Club and Sistec&ood
of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
will be held at 7811 Carlyle ava.
Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual leader
of Agudath Israel, will act at toast-
m aster.
The researchers are trying
learn how the chemicals work
to
to
Israeli Newspapers Shocked
By So. African Pressures
Continued from Page 1 A
\ ..- tantamoun: : 1 putting pressure
-< Jew -.
Heruf, the organ of Israel's
right-wing party, recalled its op-
position to Israel's policy regard-
ing South Africa and its justifi-
cation of Premier Verwoerd's
disappointment at Israel. Herut
eciitorialiied that the South Af-
rican Government had the right
to draw conclusions about Israel
but had no right to demand that
.'s Jewish citizens be responsible
fcr Israel's policy or for their
votes in the Republic's elections.
"The threat hinted at in Dr.
I erd's letter i< strange and
bn .," the paper declared.
Davar, organ of Histadrut, Ma-
pam's Al Hamishmar and Hatzo-
feh, organ of the National Reli-
gious party, all regretted the tone
oi the Premier's letter, and were
utspoken against any attempt to
make South African Jews responsi-
ble for Israel's policy.
Davar noted that Premier Ver-
woerd's statement about the Jew-
ish vote in recent elections "would
be inconceivable in any country
in which the opposition is a recog-
nized and legal body." The paper
.said: "It is our duty to warn the
Jews of South Africa, while there
1- still time, that the fleshpots, by
which they are sitting, have dyna-
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Friday, December 1,
1361
So. African Premier Clarifies Position on Jews
AKIVA GOFFER
Hebrew U. Cruise
Attracts Top
Miami Leaders
Akiva Goffer. Southeastern re-
gional director of the Amencan-
I~r;eli Shipping Co., and of Zim
Lir.es, will join the special cruise
to Nassau on Tuesday sponsored
by -he South Florida Division ot
the American Friends of the He-
brew University of Jerusalem.
Goffer, a native Israeli and grad-
uate of Northwestern University in
Illinois, will depart for the Ba-
hamas at noon Tuesday aboard the
SS Jerusalem, cruise ship of the
2irr. Lines, which is slated to re-
tin 5 earlier on the same day from
it! '.6-day. Pan-American Good-Will
Tour
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charco-
wsky, founders of the new campus
of the Hebrew University; Mrs.
Leuis Glasser, women's division
chairman for Florida of the
American Friends; Mrs. Oida
Rubin, former president of the
Greater Miami chapter; and Dr.
and Mrs. J. A. Greenhouse, who
just returned from a visit to the
university, will be among the
cruise participants.
The group will stay for two days
in the Bahamas, and return aboard
a Cunard Eagle Airways plane late
Thursday afternoon, according to
Jack D. Gordon, president of the
South Florida division.
Reservations for the cruise still
are available, Gordon said.
Mrs. Bertha Solomon, South Afri-
can leader of the fight for women's
suffrage and founder of that na-
tion's Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, will be a special guest ot
tht group.
Continued from Page 1 A
referred to a remark in his letter
to A. S. East, a former Cape
Town city councilor.
The Premier was reported stat-
ing in that letter that, in the recent
Parliamentary elections, many
South African Jews had favored'
the Progressive Party, while few
Jews voted for his National Pa
a fact which "did not go unnot-
ice I Dr. Verwocrd insisted in
his speech he would be the last per-
son to deprive Jewish voters of
that right.
He said he strongly deplored the
action of newspapers like the Daily
Mail and the Cape Times which.
he declared, sought to infer that
he wanted to threaten that Jewish
citizens did not have the right of
political free choice.
The Premier also told the con-;
ference that there were times when:
anti-Semitism could have been
"talked about" but that, through-,
out the 13 years of office of the
Nationalist Governments, there had ;
not been a single action against |
South African Jews. He said he;
regretted that Jewish journals had
been "misled by the malicious
propaganda of political opponents
into a sharp comment on a private
letter whose publica'nm was a
breach of confidence."
He urged that no one should
be led by such reactions into
stirring up "race hatred," and he
warned people not to let attitudes
of Israel or "actions of some peo-
ple here" to "conduce" lo the
emergence of anti-Semitisn.
Discussing his criticism
for its anti-South African s an I I
the IX. the Premier insisted this
had nothing to do with his I ttit
toward the Jewish citizens of -
Africa. He explained that Mis po
sition was that, if Israel thought
"separate development" >;. wrong
for South Africa, then Israel had
no justification of exvstirp as a
Jewish State because its existi
was predicated on a sim:lar policj
of the right of the Jewish people
to a "separate developing:'
He said South Africa had suppos-
ed and helped Israel because II be-
lieve I :n Israel's right to existence
and because it believed that the
t rr.<.-.-.iePce of Israel was the fulfill-
ment of a nationai ideal for the.
.; wish people. Israel's UN votej
nst South Africa, he declared!
was contrary to that context.
He said Israel should have sup-1
! South Africa, particularly
on the General Assembly motion,
on 4jund~ of the right of free
speech, Israel's attitude at the UN
has ncreased South Africa's dif-
- he s.'Ki. but South Africa
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fo Israel's policies.
The Zionist Record, organ of
the South African Zionist Fed-
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Jew in South Africa was a South
African citizen with the full right
to join any lawful p3rty Tl)
Record sad that Jews had ioine!
all parties including the Nafi
I'st party. | ac;oed ..
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party neither known nor mi
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declared that while it had crJ?
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wrong for the Premier to link South
African Jews as a group with any
Israel policy or to seek t0 mate
Jem responsible for that poi,"
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who voted for the opposition.
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Jew; h Times said tha Jews would
not be intimidated and that they
would stand on their rights as cit'
zer.s of a democratic country j-.j
also for their tics with Israel sad
world Jewry. The paper -aid those
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UN \ oting which it sai 1 was a mat
ter to be discussed at government
levels. South African .lews, tot
Times added, could not t) bosim
to force Israel's hand at the UX|
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+Jewi$to S>orfidlii3!in
Page 9-A

Refugee Unit Bcws to Arab Pressure

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Left to light are Maurice Revitz, who will be honored by the
Hebrew Academy at its 14th annual "building dinner" on
Dec. 17 at the Deauville hotel, and co-chairmen, Leonard
Rosen and lack A. Cantor, going over plans for the event.
Ien. Morse to Speak at Hebrew Academy
14th Annual Dinner Function Dec. 17
U.S. Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore.)
fill be guest speaker at the 14th
mnual "building dinner" of the
Hebrew Academy on Sunday even-
i Dei 17. at the Deauville hotel.
The dinner will honor Maurice
Revitz. Co-chairmen of the func-
tion art Jack A. Cantor and Leon-
rd Rosen, B. I. Binder, president
jf the -.cademy, announced this
Proceeds from fhe $100 a couple
dinner will be used to defray the
JISO.OOC deficit of the Hebrew
Acadec-.y and provide scholar-
ships foi deserving students.
'I here v ill be no solicitation at
the De< 17 function which some
I 000 i ns here are expected to
ittend,
Sen. V rse, widely known for his
ecord la the U.S. Senate.
v di! is The Role the Com-
I Beth Jacob Plans
Testimonial Here
Congregation. -Beth Jacob will
[hold a testimonial dinner to honor
lit- spiritual leader. Rabbi Tibor
I Stern .cording to an announce-
ment tl week by Morris B. Frank.
preside i of the congregation.
Miami Beach Councilman Marcie
rmar, life treasurer of Beth
rucob, u 1] be general chairman of
|the lest mnial.
Rabbi Sfcrn, who Is now serving
' sev( .th year as Beth Jacob
spiritual leader, is the author
her works, of "Composi-
I in of he Talmud" and "Hatorah
'. amsi rah," a study of the origin
> the Hebrew alphabet and can*
1:11......
He i- married for the past 21
years to 'he daughter of Rabbi and
Mrs Abraham Weinschneider, who
live "here. They have four
I"' S, RocheUe, a junior at |
University Of Miami; Joyce, a;
more? at Brooklyn College;!
I Tikvah and Judy, students at
Hi brew Academy.
^ journal will be published in,
1 inflection with Ihe testimonial
dinner
munity, Business and Government
Must Play in the Field of Educa-
tion in Our Nuclear Age."
Miami Beach Councilman Wolfie
Cohen, for the past five years chair-
man of the Hebrew Academy an-
nual dinners, was this year named
honorary chairman of the event.
Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard
Broad will serve as toastmaster
this year.
Continued from Page 1-A
changes, altering various formu-
lations in such a way as to equate
Israel's position with Arab recal-|
citrance.
The Arabs jec'.ed to m< ntion :
of the plan foi in rue int<
Uon of the Middle East, proposed
In 1859 by the late Secretarj G
' eral Dafi Han j >ld, and thi ir
rejection of that plan. Dr Ji '
son bowed to Arab wishes, men
lioning the Middle Easl economic
integration plan but divorcing it
largely fr nn a ection w ith
Hammar; stige lent
weight to that p si,
He left -;: the fact tl al th Arabs
'rejected the Ha d
i out of fear that ts imj le nentati n
| would have led to resettlement of
he Arab refugees n Arab coun-
| tries, and their Integration into
the general economy tin Mi
East. All previous clauses in Dr.
Johnson's draft, showing Arab re-
fusal to aecent amelioration of the
refugees' posi'.ior., were also de-
leted by Dr. Johnson from his final
report.
The major changes made by
Dr. Johnson were in the second
of three sections into which he
had. divided his report. The first
section dealt with the mandate,
which the Assembly voted last
April, instructing the Palestine
Conciliation Commission to re-
.Study the Arab refjgee issue,
especially in connection with the
possibility of "repatriating'' the
refugees cr obtaining compensa-
tion fcr 'hem from Israel. It is
under the mandate that t!-e Com-
mission appointed Dr. Jchnson
as its u^eciai Midd.e East emis-
sary last August.
The third section carried Dr.
Jehnson's. conclusions, including a
recommendation that the Corn-
ion continue for the next year
to try to bring some solution to the
wr.if refugee ii sue
The middle section Is what Dr
Johns '". ill "Factual Back-
.1 Information." containing an
historical survey of the entire prob-j
from 1917 to 1961. In its letter
if : -- n to the Assembly, Ihe
ft :: i nission stated: "With >ut
ing to pass judgment on the:
. -" .. -ection cl the report, the
1 mission warmly endorses Dr.
rtson's conclusions." Thus, it
was pointed cut here, the full
Commission had virtually disas-
: itself from Dr. Johnson's
: ng of the "factual back-
md."
i
The Israel delegation refused
Tuesday, as it has consistently
since the Johnson report was is-
sued Saturday, to any comment on
I it whatsoever, either pro or con.
On the whole, it is understood, Is-
! rael does not mind Dr. Johnson's
i conclusions, calling for continue
| ance of this type of effort for
i another year and expressing faint
hopes that a "step-by-step" solu-
tion of the Arab refugee problem
might Jse evolved.
If was felt here that, while Dr.
Johnson did yield to Arab pres-
sure, he may have rejected still
ofher Arab demands. But it was
pointed out that the Arab alte
rations which he did accept re-
sulted in n historical picture
which eliminates credit to Israel
and shows no Arab blame at all.
The refugee debate, in the As-
sembly's special polit.cal commit*
tee, will open late this week, al-
' i: may be postponed until
Dec 4. The fact that Dr. Johns i
let the Arab w ishes influence his
report was not being hailed by
Arab representames here either.
Arab .-poke-men predicted freely
that they will attack important
sections of the Johnson report,
blasting his hopes that, by appeas-
ing them, he would get them to
accept the report as a whole.
Yehudah Moshe
New Year*s Party
Herbert Comm. president of the
Men's Club of Congregation Yehu-
dah Moshe, announces plans for a
New Year's Eve party at Popial
Hall. 13630 W. Dixie hwy., No. Mi-
ami.
The motif and spirit for the even-
ing will be "Left Bank of Paris,"
and decorations, and costumes will
carry out the theme. A live band
will play for dancing and enter-
tainment has been arranged. A
buffet supper will be served.
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Newscaster Will
Speak Here
Newscaster Gabriel Heatter
Will be guilt speaker at a breakfast
Dec. 10 honoring Drs. Benjamin
Oren, Martin Belle, and Maurice
Rich "for aheir community service
and leadership in behalf of the
new Cer.are of Lebanon Hospital."
Friends,* associates, and repre-
sentativesfcf local health and wel-
fare agfneies will join with ofi'i-
Cera and trustees of Cedars of Leb-
anon in alalute to the three physi-
cians who rRSVP played a major role
in the hospital's development fund
program since tbe days of its in-
ception. The breakfast wiH take
Place in the Everglades hotel.
Even as a young man, Sampson Simson of
colonial New York had garnered enough
honors to last some men a lifetime.
He had been one of the first Jews to
graduate from ColumbiaA. B., Class of
1800. He was the first to have delivered a
commencement oration in Hebrew. He was
the first alumnus to have made a contri-
bution to the college. And he was the first
Jew to pass the bar examinations of the
State of New York.
He was launched on a successful law
career, reading law in the offices of the
famous Aaron Burr. And thensuddenly
he dropped from sight. Some said it was a
result of his having been attacked and
badly beaten. In any ease, Sampson Sim-
son retired to his father's estate on the
Saw MUU&YPC and future, his friends, and the world.
Years passed. Hfs relatives died and he
was alone. And then one day this elderly
gentleman, in his old-fashioned clothes.
emerged and looked upon a changed world
with wonder, much like Kip Van Wink!.'.
He was a recluse no longer! There had
been much talk about establishing a Jew-
ish Hospital in New Yorkbut very little
action. Sampson Simson got action! He
scandalized the more conservative by hold-
ing a Charity Ball In fashionable Niblo's
Ciardens and raising $1,0114. He donated
two plots of land on '28th Street near 8th
Avenue. From the estate of the beloved
Judah Touro he obtained $20,000. In 1852
the Jewish Hospital in the City of New
York was founded!
After the Civil War the name was
changed to Mt. Sinai Hospital. Today it
standsthis great center of medical re-
search and sciencea monument tot -hun-
dreds of great physicians and liberal bene-
factors. And to the memory, too, of
Sampson Simson!
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*Jewisti fkrfdfiaun
Page 11-A
Soviet General Reports on Jewish Position Today
Continued from Page 1-A
cussing iht< widely debated
poem, "Babi Yar," about the
Slaughter by the Nazis of 40.000
in Kiev, by Hie noted Soviet
In support of his argument
that Soviet officials were doing
their "utmost" to liquidate pop-
ular an'i-Se-nitism, he said: "I
was a dtltfftta at the last Com-
Eugeo Xevtpoiieiiko.and ,tha iwpj*| Pa^rty ^Cornytss, _Wit(^.
criticism ol the puem by Soviet me were countless other Jews-
Mi- Starikov, the Qeneral said:
"I think both of them are right
wrong. Yevteehenko is in the
[or having diminished the
ayed by the Russian p i
saving Jewish lives. Stariko\ is
: the \ iolent langui ge he
t< ng the poet.'
genera's, phys.cians, scientists
and engineers. A Jewish gen-
eral is in command o" the Far
Ea'terr. region, other Jews com-
mand c'her mi'itary a eas, divis-
isis, whole fronts. Can things
like this hsppsn in tu.e United
S'ates, England or Frar.a?"
He declared that the fight in the
Soyiel Union against anti-Semit-
ism was considerably accelerated
after the t.ili oi Lavrenty Beria.
Stalin's secret police chief, who
wi a liquidated ay Khrushchev.
"when l myself was promoted
from eel to major general, and
then to lieutenant general. Other
Jews carr; still b gh< t i ank In
the Saviel rces." He esl.....ti
that more than 100 Jews hoi I thi
rank ol r.i...... thi S 11 Arm; .
On '.' c( oi Israel, he said:
"It is n -' aii e to sec
Russian Arrests Anger Leading Papers
PARIS(JTAt A Jewish
!'-, arrests and imprisonment ol six Lei gra id Most Jewish
- this week with the remark thi en ". i I ..
as Jews." Meanwhile fresh pro:.- s were rais
, world.
David Dragunsky, one of
... : .. ling World w a r n
made that comment on his
. .n Paris as a Soviet dele-
to the Warsaw Ghetto exbibi-

The General, one of the first
A led commanders to enter the
Auschwiti death factory when
that Nazi murder camp was libe-
rated near the end of World War
II, brought with him panels of
photographs and statistics con-
tributed by the Soviets to the
Soviet Union.
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and significant seel -
ing Canadian pre-- ted with
mnation re-
..! the renev al of anti-Jewish
persecute ns in Russia. La Presse
-. d ditorially that "a new wave
ol n'.i-Semitism .- sweeping Rus-
sia." The Montreal Gazette point-
ed out: "'Khrushchev i- using Stair
inisl methods against Jews, while
assuring the Russians that Stalin-
ism has gone forever."
Al an open forum in Montreal.
Michael Garber. a leading Canadi-
an Zionist here, and a founder of
the Canadian Jewish Congress,
said that recent events in Russia
"are all the more shocking in view
of the admissions there that the
'doctors plot' of the Stalin ira had
been a fraud." Mr. Garber ex-
pressed the opinion that the secre-
cy that surrounded the trials and
convictions of the Moscow and Lin-
Jewish leaders indicated
so-called "evidence"
against the convicted Jews "< iild
i stand the lighl oi day."
Other Canadian leaders agreed
that the recent developments in
Russia indicate the need for more
intensive petitions to the Soviet
authorities, calling for a reversal
of their anti-Semitic policies.
*. Brazilian lews
. led rid to protest
arrest aii inment of
. .. i thi Leningrad and Mos-
Jewish communities.
,i Cam .. [the most
in that
country. condi mi .. the anti-Jew,-
ish mi festal bj Si \ iet au-
I entitled:
"Imitating Hitler and Stalin." The
e litorial calli d upon the peoples
of i rid to protes: the anti-
.1. wish pers< cutions in the So\ tet
Union "jusl as (he world has re-
acted :... sl (he Kremlin's re-
sumption ft nuclear tests
O Globo. the newspaper with ihe
largest circulation in Brazil, also
denounced the anti-Semitic acts
in the Soviet Union. An editorial
in O Globo concluded: "The perse-
cutors of Jews have, historically,
disappeared while the Jewish peo-
ple live on. united by blood and
tradition."
that Israel has become a base lor
the I ret i i aggression. It's jusl
as painful to see pictures of Ben-
Gurion shaking Adenauer's hand
and to hear that Kichniann may
finally^dU ol old age in his cell.
Beh-Guriori fTnot *fV Working poo-
pic of Israel to whom mj brothi r
lj ngs go."
Hi aU remarked thai "all .lews
oul-.: ol Israel are doomed lo
assii .... wherever they live. I
l ever that in the Soviet
ocess maj I e speed-
hi re He said he
it a pi ssible < isil to
ael "wh<:; and il 1 find the
timi
Gen, Dragunsk) later denied a
Wished in some Jewish
ations thai a number ol Jew-
tt nding the n t ni
Communist Party Congr in
Moscow had submitted a request
for the preparation by the govern-
ment of a separate list of Jewish
casualties and war heroes of World
War II, H" termed this report
"a shameful lie." Emphasizing
thai he himself participated in the
Congress together with other Jew-
ish generals, he said he would
have known aboul such a request.
jlle added That Sllfch a list was un-
i(i- arj and undesirable because
ihe casualties of other Soviel na-
tionalities did not appear on p-
arali lists.
1 iher than the press confei i e
and his commenl i n the sepai
list report, Gen, Dragunsky did I
hold any public- meetings or con-
ferences. Throughout ids staj in
Paris, he expressed his admiration
for the Warsaw material and "the
mbol of peace which it n
- nts." He promised to infoi n
Ol MOSCOW aboul these -i n
ii '-. and to describe them in
les foi the Soviel pros
More Synagogues Closed Down
NEW YORK(JTA)The New Yorl Herald Tribune report
.lay thai five more religious loaders of Jewish communities in the
Soviel Union have been removed from Iheir posts as lay chairmen ol
(heir coi gregations, and that synagogues have been closed down in at
leasl a dozen cities in the USSR.
The five Jewish leaders reportedly removed, on orders ol the
Ministry ol Religious Cults, are: Bardokh, Kiev; Fried, Minsk: K >i>,
Vilna: Yeruzalinsky, Tashkent: and Zilherman. Riga. No firs! names
were available.
The synagogues freshly closed down, according to the report in-
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inak. Kremenchug. Poltava. Viliki-Luki, Soroka. Novgorod-Volir.-ki,
Kalinovitz. Tukkum (near Rigai. and Czernovitz.
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Friday. Dece-i*.- 1, ig
1961
Rabbi Zalrr.ar. S Hecht -: r
kader cf Corgrt =a::cr. Ar.?r.e Lu-
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camo. The project, to perpetu-
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Tre Merkos L Ir.yonei Chtnuch
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Temple Beth Sholom devel-
enl : ampaign.
Si -"man. a member of the board
:' irect r- : Temple Beth
is president of Apex Loan
Corp.. ar.d active!) interested in
philanthropic causes.
Beth Sholom's new Community
Hou-e i3 now m :he course of con-
struction and will contain a reli-
gious Assembly Hall with seats for
350; a library' of 5.000 volumes
ranging from historic Judaica to
juvenile works for religious school
students; an audio-visual material
center complete with motion pic-
ture*. records, film-strip; ar.d ad-
vanced equipment for their use;
a board ar.d auxiliary room for
Broth'-Thool Sisterhood. PTA.
Temple Youth and other auxili-
aries; a gallery for art exhi
he Rabbis Study, and offices
'he general n staff
will be an Arts
rafts Shop I 1 irage cre-
ative work in art forms
; Ji isfa theme-.
Rabbi Ranson
To be Honored
Abe Mailman, honorary presiden".
and Milton Forman. president, are
heading a committee fo honor the
70th birthday of Dr. Manus Ran-
son at Temple Beth El of Holly-
wood on-Friday evening. Dec 8-
Ordamed 18 years ago. Dr Ran-
cor, 'erved ten >ears in Albany.
NY: three years as assistant rab
bi at Temple Beth El. of New York;
and 18 years in the Oranges and
Maplewood. New Jersey. His
last pulpit was 3- spiritual leader
for 13 years at Temple Emar.u-EI,
Ft. Lauderdale.
Serving with Mailman and For-
mal) ether members of the com-
mittee include Mr and Mrs. Robert
Gordon. Mr ar.d Mrs Joseph Ga-
bel. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Siegel. Mr
and Mrs H G Schlafer. Dr and
Mr- Herbert Simon. Mr. and Mrs.
Hurra) Simcr.-. Mr. and Mrs Har-
r> Spero. Mr and Mrs Milton
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president, and Schlafer .- *
past : Ti.rr.ple Emanu-
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idents of F._; r i-land-. Mi-
ami Beacr,. and Dr Ran-on :s
prest rim rabbi for
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GEMS OF WISDOM
A bflfj ,')''' -be urgeJ on. U'itli
appropTittt to hit mtelli-
jfiue ii'id 02- until lie rcali:f.>
must study bccaiisf u is
;/ie U'l'l of Cod.
- I^AAC B. ELIAKIM.
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.-.rned Until.
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sriKFi..
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>i R41 e er-borrowed large-
education. Probably no a-
rich enough to pay for both
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.r choree; we cannot have
II IVNIR.
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ttS idoo if| nni-a n?n
vra "ny fvrnQ9 )a ^ov
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Vr r-iTlnag inx V liyja
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hi finnan isaan ,irno*
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.si) Vm riTTr nipa1?
"3aa D'Tysn (Dm1? ,anl?n
Pfa nx wpiTi D'ac'ran
rrniD nip] ijn? "T|"f|
aai^n "tanaa
(roVis, rvnas rtna rutxina)
TRANSLATION -
Chanuka and the Courage
To Champion Alan's Spirit
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Beth Emeth Congregation
We, the household of Israel.
are about to celebrate Chanuka.
the victory of faith over fear. We
saved the world from savage
paganism and made it sale for the
religion of truth. What about to-
day? In these days of nuclear
fission, perplexity and confusion. I
believe it in necessary for religious
teachers of all faiths to define their
religious outlook upon life a n d
what tin1 synagogue in our times
means to US
To me as a rabbi, the Macca-
bean festival indicates that Ju-
laism, is a "w ay ol life." a philoso-
phy that enables us to crystalize
an attitude toward the pressing
problems of the moment. In the
first place, we must maintain the
ideal of individuality, not in the
sense of selfishness, but in the
sense of the sacredness of human
life. This is one of the ideals that
we must carry to a world where
human individuality is no longer recognized and human personality is
no longer appreciated. This is the moment when we should proclaim
the Biblical concept of man's being created in the image of God. which
means that human life is divine and hn man personality Godlike. Let]
us have the courage to champion this icieal of divine oneness and the ;
God of oneness will be with us.
The second ideal is the ideal of mercy and tolerance. If there is
any phase of our heritage that is still alive, it is this quality of mercy
in the heart of man. Our compassion mimst go out not only to one's own
people but also to every victimized group on the face of the earth. Every
form of oppression and tyranny must be condemned by the sincere reli-
gionist; every form of crime and cruelly must be denounced.
The third principle that should become a part of the philosophy is
the principle of liberal-mindedness. Thais, too, is a lesson taught by
Jewish history, that the fate of civilization is inseparable from the fate
of the liberal trend in human life.
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must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proof of,
their lateness.
AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave
Orthodox. R.ihi.i Isaac liver.
I-Yiday ".: 1 ."> p.m. Saturday *::'. a.ni
Bermon: "The Predominance of iti,
S|.iiii nod Its l-'in.il Victory." :'.:ir
p.m. Kermon: "f> h S.....Risary in ul>-
tain ['race Through War?"
_
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
I-Yi V 1 *. p.m. S.'ini'.ti "< Mil I'ltil-
cir.n. N <\ ... Tlirh ('"nHecrntloil
-ii \ i. for new Hebrew Ktudentw
S.iuu ila> tt.ni Hel....... "Taking
lltMil Iliii .\!i:/.\;.li: Arthur, Bull ol
.Mi. an.I Mi Maul v Cullel

BETH El_. 5C0 SW 1'th ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Soioivon Schiff.
:.: ir. p 111. rtatui 'lav
..... I '- 'Ii at Ulll
"
FROM THE TALMUD
| Midranh ha Gadol. 41:.
Woe to hnjli position for it ta\es
he fear of Htrat-trn from him u'io
a" (.up.
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BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
- IS ii mi Si rmnni "Hi..... of.
oar Own I '- lin> '" Saluiilav S i". a tl !
..'. is tl
'.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
... compassion for all
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Raobi Joseph F. Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schi'.z. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.
banm.
r'ri.lav .".:' and s;:;a p.m. Sermnn:
"IniltK-ltflon Can Become a Wrong De-
clMiun." Saiurdaj 8.15 a.in.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday 5:15 and 7:30 p.m, Srinimi:
'\ia. ibeefi ami M noraha, oi Drey-
itela and Latkev?" Saturdaj a m
Bar Mltstvah: Gary, son of Mr, and
Mrs. Sidney Bauman.

DAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
The fourth ideal that Judaism teac-lies is to cherish the ideal of i.','';'.'."',i,..y wh.!''"V..S,i'n"'t'i"- NamTof
learning. This. too. is a vital part of trie heritage of our people. This
is another ideal pathetically needed in ttie life of humanity today. For
one of the tragic phases in the life of nations at this moment is the de-
precation of learning and men of learning. It is this anti-intellectua"
movement that is destroying art and scince and literature, and forces
scholars and thinkers into a Spartan philosophy of fist and fang.
The fifth ideal is the ideal of peace. It urges the uprooting of hatred
the i.'"d." Induction of n.-w members.
Saturday s:^a a.m. Bar atltavah:
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. fcte.vmour
Taah: Jeffrey, aon of Mr. and .Mr.-.
Herman Fitterman.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg.
Frldav 5:30 and B:ln p.m. Sermon:
from the heart of nations, the abolishing of instruments of death and the "Not'by Might nor by Power." Bat-
turning of destructive forces into constructive forces. This remains the j >|'''> :'. \^'\^['' \un*\y''r,!!,~~ "' '""
teaching of Judaism to destroy the psychology of war.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
cAmow Uottr +J~leritaai
Pirke it R Elicser. 4:
W -<:.i blunders
nlon hu i. :. i floclt blunders
xfter i.
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V.JI. t to Pentateuch, 187.
Ij t/itre .- ii i.'^. u-liat (hall
tiic- shepherd do'
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Shemot Kabbah. :
< t-
Berak it, 33a
Rabbi (Mac ^aJ "A ruler u not ;
:o be appmnteJ unless tlis com- I
mumtv is first consulted."
will honor new
gueatu at a re
members, whi
eptlon to foil'
u ill
w
- op.
Tim p ration u>ith rltt- Spiritual Lead-
of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
.\.. i
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Cuurdinator
Contributor:
KABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP
Gems of Wisdom
i .....nan ;ii-iiflminiu-a.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
KYIdny :30 and 8 15 p.m. Bi
"Chanuka Peait of ivdiraii.ui '
Ones Shabbal boats: Mr ami Mrs.
Michael Mabel In honor of their anni-
\. rsars.

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
Frldaj S :i". p m. Baturdaj a m.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
iiii... 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Mea-
saste of the Chanuka Candles."
-
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Bermon: "Not I.lulus
but Flames Baturdaj 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "I Seek My Brethren." Bar
I Mltzvah: Cary, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel S;irl.-s.
Ein Gedi
Eln .edi was inhabited in the
days o! Joshua, the son of Nun. It
had \meyards. and "the finest
date palm" grew there so Jos-
eDhus, who lived during the Second
Temple, relates.
In this period, Ein Gedi was the
center of the districts of Judea.
Il was destroyed at the end of the
great rebellion against the Romans,
a short while before the destruc-
tion of Massada, the last strong-
'' 'Id against the Romans.
After the War of Liberation a
N'ahal (initials of Fighting Pioneer
Youth special military agricul-
tural formation) unit and youth
f."om the Mush.iwin (cooperative
ullages) set up a farm at Ein
Gedi, which is a flourishing spot in
B desolate wilderness.
(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it traditional to eat meat
meals on the Sabbath?
The enjoyment of the Sabbath
is supposed to be a sample of the M|
delight which is to be the reward
of the virtuous in the next world.
One of these rewards in the world
to come was to enjoy the flesh of
the "wild ox." Thus, it is contend-
i ed by some, that meat is eaten on
I the Sabbath to symbolize this ex
pected delicacy. There are some
j who refrain from eating meat dur-
| ing the week because of the fact
that the temple was destroyed and | reason s obvious. Since the Sab- TEMPLe BETH A"M 5950 N. Kendall
thus the meat offerings have Mtrm brings an acded spirit ot joy. ar, So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
cea'Sed. 'and festivity one should consume
Nevertheless even these con-' his bread with greater zest and
sume meat on the Sabbath, since) plea sure. Thus a large piece is
it is a day which symbolizes the; broken off on the Sabbath. On,
restoration of the Temple in the weekdays, however, o n e is sup-
time to come. In this sense, thelposed to keep his earthly enjoy- 1
meat that is consumed can be sym-'merats in moderation. Thus a small
bolic of the sacrifices of old in the, piece is broken or cut off on week-
temple in which case certain or-\days.
gans were offered on the altar and i
Whv' "e special songs (Zemirot)
sung at the Sabbath table?
It is claimed (Sefer Chasidim)
that when the Bible said "And the
Lord blessed the seventh day"
(Genesis 2:3) it is to be inferred
that He blessed it with song. This
eont enlion is derived from the fact
that when Job lamented that he
was cursed, he mentioned that
there was no song. Since the ab-
sence of song is a curse, its pres-
ence is a blessing.
the meat was eaten by the owner
(Korban Shlamim). or else the
table of the Jew on the Sabbath
is in itself symbolic of the altar
of old and meat is placed on the
table as the offering was placed
on the altar.
* *
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Frldaj 7:30 p.m. Bermon: "The Jews
and Thanksgiving." Saturday tlitfi
a in Bar Mltavan: Mark, i-on of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Rapport.
BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Frldaj B:1G p.in. Bermon: "If tne
Chanuka l.lfrhts Could Speak."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Bermon: "A Letter
to illy Son." Saturda> ? a.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday B:16 p.m. Bermon: "Judaism
and Democracy Our Common Mis-
sion" Saturday 10:45 a in. liar Mltz-
vah: Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin I-odRr.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler.
Frldaj 8:30 p.m, Sermon: "Jews and
Judabwi in Manv Lands," gueat rab-
Fxirthermore, the special songs I M, Dr. Herman M. Cohen.
of the Sabbath contain learned!
TEMPLE JUDEm. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Bermon: "Chanuka
\,,t f..r Children!" Saturday 10:30
a.m Bar Mltsvah: Stanford, son of
Mr. and Mrs, Morris Blake.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frida) 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "8tlmula
tion or Stagnation.' Baturda) 9 i.m.
Kermon: "Portion of tl"- Law." i"un-
-.. at Ion of firat grade student* "f
the Temple's Hebrew School. Bar
Mltzvah: Norman, son ol Mr and
Mi- Paul Mlllman Leonard, ton ol
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slegal.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz. Can.
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Frldaj x IS ; ; Sermon: "A Candle
i- .\.. l< d In a I '.'i k \v orld." Chan-
uk i sei Satunluj -. 13 a.m. s.-r-
naa v\ ,.-.,Iv Pol '

TEMPLE S NAI OP NORTH MIAMI.
12:00 NE 15th ave. Reform. Raobi
Benno M. Wallach.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Imprea-
m.in- from Washington." Sal irda)
ii a m Bus Mltsvah: Karen, daughter
of Mr. and Mr- i i .-..: a Auerbai h

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
ave. Raobi Nathan Zwitman Can.
tor Albert Glantz.
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Frldaj 8 in p m S mon: "M
Mod.ru Men 'f Modln." Oneg Shabbat
host: fr'istei h.....i Baturdaj......
Sermon: "The Mam and the Fe

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Fiamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
FVldaj 8:13 p.m, Sermon: "Chanuka
Addressing lis.if to a Dub.....- Peo-
ple." Oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr and
Mrs Morris Mosk, in honor of their
u-eddlng anniversary. Saturdaj I a.n
Sermon: "Weekly Portion of the
Law."

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative.
FYldi i is p.m Quest speaker, Harry
sinionhoff will dlai uss "Survival of
.1 udaiano."

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Friday s:ao p.m. Sermon: "Recogni-
tion and Disguise." Oneg Shabbat
hosts: Mr. and Mrs. H> Potash.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Ncu.
Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "The Choe
en n,,s Baturdaj '.' a.m.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Why it it traditional to slice or
break eff a large piece of Chal-
lah after pronouncing the bles-
sing over the bread on the
Sabbath, while only a small
piece is cut or broken off on
weekdays? vvula,u >ca,cu, EMPLE ,RAEL. 137 NE
Such is the practice mentioned isayirigs. Putting them in songs I Rc'orm. Rabbi jrseph r. Narot.
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Arabs Prepare Thunderous Refugee Debate
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Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
On Jewish Heritage
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considered it the thousands ol
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'ual aid were part and parcel ,: Jewish life in every
country ol the Dia u'>r:' They were ingrained in
morei roup and coi
the and modern periods of history
The their >n through self-tax-
ion in mai comn i ntral and ea-tern
Europe In tome countnei as in Germany before
Hitler the Jewish conunui tii even had the au-
rity to '''; regular 'ax or. Jews for religii
and benevolent purpo ei In Czarist Russia Ji
were permitted to imp leeial 'ax or. Ko
slaughtering lor ih<- purpose ol supporting charitable
institution!
In Poland and other Bast European countries,
h- K<-hill; s played no -mail role in charitable activi-
ties, even after World War I when the Joint Distri-
bution Committee was aiding poor Jews there This
tradition was implanted among Jews in this country
many years before the large Jewish immigration
into the United Stafa -tarted. It reached its high
point when Jewish federations and Welfare Funds
raised more than $2.00 years for welfare work for Jews in the U.S. aid
abroad
THE AMERICAN STORY: The story of the growth
and achievements Of American Jewry in the field of
philanthropic work i-. now told by Harry L Lune,
th<- "architect" of the Council of Jewish Federation-,
and Welfare Funds. It is presented in a book entitled
"A Heritage Affirmed," put out by the Jewish Pub-
lication .Society. This is a book which I recommend
ar required reading to every Jew interested in Jew-
ish communal life. It is also a book for anyone in
terested in the history of American Jewry in general.
And it is a "must" ior every Jewish social worker
and for social work student
[he sprtns for e.gh:
sg a
.:-. plan this year .-
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this sta If it proves
isai ttings are ute pre-
to do so I it 1 irge you i M
question for il rerj
\s usual, the refugee item will corn- an
I "Report Of the Director of the L'n.
\at Relief ar.d Works Agency for Pale-tine Refu-
gees in the Near East." But tha: report, filed her=
some months ago by LTNRWA'a chief. Dr John H
Davis, will form only part of the basis for this year i
Jebate There will be an additional report, by the
Palest.ne Conciliation Commission The PCC was
rdered last year to report what progress, if any.
it ha? made toward repatriation" of the refugees to
Israel or. alternately. :o get Israel to compensate
refugees for property they ciaim to have .<.-::
.nd
Behind the PC< report will be still another one
by Dr Joseph E Johnson, president of the
irnegie End twment for International Peace He
en the P ud envoy to the Mi I lie E
-ue.
report y it
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re is it th a
' I States may i
about "token re]
Israel has made it clear, in a resolul
idopt I bj its Parliament recently, that it will
ac lution 3j: that will not sitop
Iraba And so, they will argue night and day
.i necessary that I I is their ;
"robbing" their people of "heir "hom land
trill of the woi
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPR1N

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HERBERT G. LUFT
An Unnecessary Film
Hall)
1/IRK DOUGLAS I tOUT
* : rce perl raance in
Without Pity." p- rtra
:-- mey for four GI's sta-
tioned in Germany who are
for their lives before a United
. military court martial I r
the rape cf a teen-age girl The
story, from a German bestseller. Is an utter,
pleasant one. focusing on an exceptional situ
with no validity in our current world cn;< Ir.
of the many unrepentant Nazis still at large ai
office in both the Eastern and Western zones :
many, Americans should show mure restraint
choice films I be made on the Continent.
T : V. ?:> was producei by
- nation w;:h Gloria Fill
A il -ected by Gottfried Reinhardl
A t!v nan Max R-. il hai It
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it year is* received
I .r. '
,\ thus i i
r.gs oi th sides se
Kirk Douglas has
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tct ure rt mtes
screei!
. :. TV:
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ie Israeli-born beaut)
tending 1, Jiil St
ted States s
sored by ) ung
d for tb f Statt
ne of philanthropist S
I.ee. was in a rather tipsy mood when
ires film people, though -
ci ntend they do not live in a real
lywoodiau .. not be real." Ziva c "bu:
who cares. I am enchanted by the wo:
vies
In ?pi-e :' stories to the contrary
Rodann an intellectual-bright, energetu
speaks Italian, French. Russian and E
addition to her native Hebrew.
World too Red-Wise to Believe Soviet View
THE SHOCKING DISCLOSURE thatl
' six Jews had been arrested and!
sentenced to long pr sor. term- in the So
viet Union, three in Leningrad and threej
in Moscow, can have but one meaning-
that the present rulers of the Kremli
have weeded out all the evils of S'alan
ism except its determination to eradicat
all forms of Jewish living in the Soviet
Union, religious, social and cultural. In that connection it
^nificant to note that while Khruschev at the recent
international communi-t parley in Moscow had gone to
the pain of enumerating all the sins of Stalin and his co-
horts, he was ominously silent about the Jewish purge, the
death writs against Jewish writers, Jewish artists and the
Jewish word
The world is too familiar with the character of Soviet
justice to lend oven the slightest credence to the charges
against the six latest victims. Their sole crime was
Jewish in the sense of wanting to live as Jews, of on
ing "shalom aleichem" greetings with Jewish visitors tron
abroad and of being dedicated to Jewish continuity
very severity of the sentence imposed on one of the vic-
tims would seem to indicate that the high power- in me
Soviet Union were determined to hold him up as an ex-
ample of what might happen to other Jews if they thousni
they were free to rejoice with the Torah as was the case
in Leningrad, where some 12.0000 Jews were reported w
have participated in synagogue Simchat Torah festivities
Soviet apologists may argue that it is improper to put
mch an interpretation upon two isolated incidents in w
different cities and that the imprisonment of the six *
by no means evidence of a new anti-Semitic wave ot e
rorism in the Soviet Union. We would be happy to be ame
to agree with them, but the stark facts presage anotne
conclusion.


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DR. KENNETH WILLIAMS
NOW
IN MIAMI
HOFFMAN
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Noted Educator
To Speck Here
Keynote speaker st the eighth
annual teen-age conclave of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center will b< i1:-. Kenneth R. Wil-
liams, president Dade Coun-
Dr. '' address
sored by the Ci ter on ihe theme
of this year's nt. "Teens Look
to thi New Fr nth r rhrough Ed-
ucation."
TSe conclave will take place
en Sur-day, Dee. 10, at the Du-
po->t Plaza hotel. Keynote ses-
sion will be held at lunch time,
and will bs fc-'lowed by ten con-
current discussion groups.
The day will end with a pro-
gram of teen talent and dancing.
Dr. Williams, who began serving
as president of the newest college
:n Dado county in March. 1960.
las held posts in higher education
hroughout the world, lie served
3s education consultant in India
and Indonesia, and was dean of
.nstruction for the University of
he U.S. Air Force.
He was also a dean at the Uni-
versity of Georgia and. prior to his
arrival in Miami, was president of
ihe Central Florida Junior College.
ROBERT RAPAPOm
School Directors
Meet Tuesday
' r< alar ;].(, ::ng of a.: Jewish
-v irectors will : I .-.<
. of Jewish Education on
Tuesdaj I
The gen .. i ..: inc .,:<;e a d:s-
mpleme ee con-
tests taking p Jew-
Bi :. :he annual
\rt Cont sponsor
::. e Ami rican Jewish Ci ngr< -
.. \v. men's Dh ision; the an-
...; '.' i( abularj Bee, ti
I lists for the He-
......artments; and the r.a-
nal Bible contest, to stimulate
the study oi the Bible.
Plans will also be made fo'r
the annual workshop sessions for
Hebrew teachers, to be held in
December, and for school activi-
ties for the month of January.
The next issue of the Bureaus
publication. "Education Notes,"
will appear at the close of Decem-
ber and include news of the activi-
ties of the Jewish schools. Bureau
activities, observations on school
techniques and the listing of new
materials available for school use.
Yaf is Elect
New Officers
Robert D Rapaport. builder and
developer in Dade and Broward
counties, has been elected presi-
dent of the Young Adult Friends
oi Israel.
The Yafis is open for member-
ship to all young adults between
21 and 35 years of age. and meets
on the second and fourth Thurs-
day of each month at Surtside Town
Hall. 9293 Harding ave.
Other oificcrs elected at a meet-
Stuart Miller, vice
|i nt, in i barge I pr
and organization; VI hwim
nier. vice pn ent, in charge of
R Kaplan,
ent, in cYi fund-
treasurer;
- : Id, ( rresp >nding
Martin Cohen, fii i
tary; and Sandra Cas
... ecn tary.
recently -:-1 nt several
- or. a study tour ol Israel
He will re:urr. spring for a
d tour of the Jewish State
Beth El Sisterhood arn', Chanuka card par,y "n
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Sunda> evenin in D?" Auaust
El. 500 >\\ :7th ave., will hold it- Memorial Hall.
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by ISABEL GROVE
"dfewish Florldian
It was a 75th birthday for Max Schwartz on Thanksgiving,
b it he didn't realize until late in the day that it was also a sur-
prise partv for him Following the holiday dinner at the home
, his son "and daughter-in-law. Sidney and Esther Schwartz, people
in lo drop in. and after the first dozen or so. it dawned on Max
these were his own personal friends and neighbors Huge
en birthday cake clinched his suspicions Telegrams w'sh-
\Iax "many more"' received from Commissioner and Mrs.
i k Hall. Sophie Tucker, and Mrs. Lulu Olueckoff. unable to
(1 Among those extending best wishes personally were
'( m and Madolaine Bedetti. Milton and Zena Cirkle. Mrs. Sidney
S-hmer, and Mrs. Ethel Nagler who returned from Now York in
for Ihe partv Others dropping by were the Aaron Fairs',
and Elaine Sliafton. and Faye Tupler Max. who has Lived
for 16 -rear-, is originally from Chicago, where he has two
Ichildren and two great-grandchildren.

All but a few gathered at the Thanksgiving dinner in the
i of William i.-.\'A Khoda Farr bore the same surname -
- brother Aaron was there with wife Myra. son Harvey and
1*8 mother. Mrs. Jeannctte Coed, recounting the n.'iiu joys
, recent M< literranean cruise And third brother Mannie
Ruth with daughter Julynn, 9 Formerly residents of Ha-
v a, they now live here Cousins Al and Sadie, from Mt. Yer
planning to spend a few weeks at the Fontainebleau. arrived
i time for the family get-together Mrs Rcse Kesser, mother
: the hostess, was there enjoying the antics of her grandchild
Ji lie, 2'2. who did all the cute things little girls do so adorably
Brother Neal. 12'i. winner of many sailing trophies, had his
ing master from the Miami Yacht Club as his particular guest.

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin (Anna Brenner) Movers took 85 in-
Si >ad of 80 days to go "Around the World" Returned in time
f Thanksgiving dinner at home, and though they were interested
i everything they saw, they're mighty happy to be back Last
girdling tour was in '52, and the Meyers were impressed
Ihe many changes and signs of progress they saw everywhere.
especially in Japan. Thailand, Cambodia and Kashmir Israel
* a constant delight Presently busily engaged in construc-
l of every type.
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Leon and Ellen Kaye have just returned from New York with
old and "Pete" Kassewitz. where they attended the wedding
irold Kassewitz. jr., to Sheila Agid. of Forest Hills, on Satur-
. Terry, the bridegroom's sister, was a junior bridesmaid.
Freddie Kaye served as an usher, and although only 17. ai-
I led the bachelor dinner given by Hal's fraternity brothers .
\ kend was rounded out with visits to Manhattan's Behemia.
Greenwich Village, a look at Gotham Towns magnificent holiday
ilays. and the show. "Carnival" .
Thanksgiving holiday for 14 students of Nautilus Junior High
ml a weekend in colorful Nassau, chaperoned by Miss Fior-
e Keisch, teacher at Nautilus For many it was a first plane
I and a first time out of continental ISA Lucky youngsters
i luded Ray Applehaum. Susan Cohen. Debbie Epstein. Pat Gal-
Phyllis Gcldfarb. Shellie Kean. Rosalind Merritt. Susan Pal-
i Janice Rouch. Arlene Roth. Debbie Silver. Eileen Strom.
i iv Waitzkin and Susan Zuckerman.
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Continuing her unbroken list of successes as ways and means
vice president of Beth David Congregation Sisterhood. Mrs. Louis
.- tlin is still being commended for "A Night With the Opera" .
musical presentation, supervised by Dr. Arturo de Fihppi.
i ecutive director of the Greater Miami Opera Guild, was a com-
I te sell-out Under the chairmanship of Mrs. Julian Balogh.
elf a well-known concert violinist, it was the first time a pro-
am of this type had ever been presented in a synagogue in thi>
a Another project inaugurated by Mrs. Seitlin and winning
i -tinted praise, is an exhibit of outstanding art by Beth David
members, including the prize-winning canvases and sculpture of
Dr. Ben Oren, Mrs Ann Spector and Dr. Louis Lemberg .
More on music, officers and members of the Miami Beach
Music and Arts League gathered at Juniors following a program
I-aturing the dramatic and vocal presentations of "Othello" at
the Roney Plaza Discussing the relative merits of the con-
trasting interpretations were president of the League and his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Webb, the Irving Billigs, Councilman and Mrs.
Louis Hoberman. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Schwartz, the Louis Siegels.
a:id Gustave Freemans.
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En route to Puerto Rico, Carl Grossberg and son Larry, stop-
ped off here just long enough to have the Larris S. Blasbergs join
them Executives of the Riverside Memorial Chapels, they II be
attending the Jewish Funeral Directors annual convention in San
Juan On the return trip, the Grossbergs will spend several
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Miami, Florida, Friday, December 1, 1961
Section B
eeks in Miami Beach before going north again .
Host at a dinner party in the Pub restaurant on Coral Way,
Harrv Markowitz. owner of the new Hampton House motel and
villas.
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Beautiful reception and dinner given by David and Phyllis
Miller Sunday night at the Diplomat in honor of son Samuei s Bar
Mitzvah Lissome Phyllis lovely in a beige and gold sleeveless
blouson frock with all-over scauin bodi<-.' and be'le -'mi
Irresistible beat furnished by Abraham Haiduck. Samuel s music
eaeher His son Neal. -a high school student, is assembling a
teen-age band to perform the same chore Saturday night at the
Saxony for the Bar Mitzvah and 80 of his friends for a 'Swingin
Party" Jack Schlossberg. Sam's instructor at Polo Park, will
direct games and dance contests whenever the young people can
be lured away from "Chicken in the Basket" ...
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Covin entertained loO of their friends
and relatives in the Alhambra room of the Seville hotel Sunday
night on the occasion of son Robert's Bar Mitzvah Danc.ng
was to Al Shor's music.
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A novel and interesting chain of events began with the birth of
Brad Sanford, first born son of Saul and Evelyn Mandell. on Satur-
c1 Nov. 18, at Mt. Sinai Hospital ... On Sunday, when Mandell
called Cantor Wiliiam W. Lipson, to make arrangements for the
Bris of his son, he was informed that it must be held on the eighth
da> Saturday. Nov. 25 This presented a problem inasmuch as
Mandells live at 4242 SW 97th ct.. and the Cantor at 345 SW
26th rd., a distance of almost 10 miles ...
Nevertheless, Max Mandell, the paternal grandfather, refused
to consent to the Bris being delaved until Sunday, feeling certain
that some way could be found to overcome the distance involved
and the fact that the Cantor would not travel on the Sabbath .
His confidence was justified when Jerome Weinkle ofiered the
use of the newly-built Holiday Inn on Bhckel ave., and 25th rd.,
for the Bris ... On Friday afternoon, the Mandells arrived at the
Inn loaded with all the equipment necessary to a new-born babe,
and on Saturday afternoon, with over 100 guests in attendance, the
Bris was held on schedule.
Members of the cast of the Hebrew Academy
Women's dramatic presentation, "Hands of
Dedication,'' scheduled for the annual mem-
bership brunch on Tuesday at the Deauville
hotel are (upper row) Mesdames Sam Shapiro,
Leonard Rosen, Irving Firtel, Sam Rosner.
Joseph Rackovsky, Nathan Spiege'man. Philip
Jacoby, Harry Kaplan. Seated are M. H.
Home Dedicates
Medical Center
Hollywood Women's Auxiliary of
the Jewish Home for the Agei. led
by Mrs Stanley M. Beckerman.
Auxiliary president, dedicated the
new Hollywood Auxiliary Medical
Center at a dinner Sunday evening
at Douglas Gardens.
Some 200 community leaders from
Hollywood and Greater Miami at-
tended. In the absence of Circuit
Judge Irving Cypen. president.
Baion de Hir.-eh Meyer, vice presi-
dent of the Home, officially accept-
ed the mecical center from Mrs.
Beckerman.
The first of its kind in the South
[or ei'her a home tor the aged or
nursing home, the Hollywood Aux-
iliary provided the S35.000 to con-
struct and equip the building. It
augments the Home's present re-
habilitative program by such ad-
ditional services as x-ray, ortho-
pedics and physical medicine, card-
iology, opthalmology. urology, dent-
istry and podiatry for its residents
whose average age is 82-plus.
The Center's research laboratory
is equipped and staffed by the Uni-
versity of Miami medical school
as part of a cooperative geriatric
research program with the Home,
and has already won a national
award in dermatological research.
Dade Sisterhood
Plans Functions
Sisterhood of Dade Heights Jew-
ish Congregation will have its
monthly meeting at the Tempie
Sunday evening.
Program will be a panel d:scus-
sion on "Americanism and Ju i i
ism." with emphasis on Chanuka-
Christmas problems. Dan Medvin.
principal of the Hebrew school,
will serve as moderator.
At the conclusion of the meet
the December Circle will serve
Chanuka delicacies.
On Sunday evening. Dec. 13. the
Sisterhood will have a fashion
show at the Balmoral hotel. Hair
styles and the new look in cos-
metics will be featured.
"Swinging Affairs of 1961." a
Calypso revue starring Napoleon
Reed, will be presented by the
Sisterhood on Saturday evening.
Dec. 16. Music for dancing will
be furnished by the Myrtle Jones
orchestra.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
Betty Hershey.
Rosenhouse, Frieda Koch, Morris Waldman,
Joseph Shapiro and Abraham Seif. Not shown
are Mesdames Bernard Basttacky, Philip
Weiss, Fred Zisquit, Jack Donnerstag, Rose
marie Chalek. Zvi Berger and Arthur Berg-
man. Mrs. SpiegeLman is program chairman
and Mrs. Donnerstag and Mrs. Kaplan are-
directing.
Brandeis Univ.
President's Wife
To Speak Here
Mrs, Ahram Leon Sachar. wife of
resident of Brandeis Univer-
sity, will be the honored speaker
f;r the Southeast area conference
of the National Women's Commit-
tee on Tuesday noon in the Pom-
peii room of the Eden Roc hotel.
The luncheon will culminate a
two-day. six-state conference on
Expanding Frontiers.'" which is
expected lo attract over 100 dele
gaes from 11 chapter-.. Schedule
will include these workshops:
"Extension of Awareness" on
Monday. 10 a.m.
"More Woman Power." Mon-
day at 2 p.m.
Monday evening. following
dinner, round table discussion led
by Mrs. Harold S. Goldberg, na-
tional president of the Women's
Committee.
"Toward Expanding Projects."
on Tuesday, 10 a.m.. followed by
luncheon, at which Mrs. Goldberg
will install the newly-established
Miami chapter. Mrs. Joel Meyer,
president.
Mrs. Solomon B. Margolis is
president of the Miami Beach chap-
ter. The entire membership is in-
vited to attend any or all of th3
workshops, as well as the luncheon
or. Tuesday which will also be the
first of the two general meetings
held by ihe National Women's Com-
mittee.
Ticket chairman. Mrs. Samuel
Betasole. is in charge of luncheon
reservations.
MRS. ABKAU SACHAR
Hadassah Expects
Noted Actor
William Bendix, star of stage,
screen and television, will be guest
of honor at the Miami chapter of
Hadassah life membership party-
Monday noon at the Coconut Grove
Playhouse.
Program will be called "Once in
a Lifetime," and Sam J. Heiman.
immediate past president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
will bo guest speaker.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz and Mrs.
Phillip Schiff are co chairmen.
Serving on the committee are Mes-
dames A. E Cohen. B. Lowenth'al.
Mac Weisberg, Arthur Wiliens,
Bernard Bloom. Abraham Topol,
Rosalind Cherry. Jerry Baker and
Flora Liberman.
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe is chaper
presl ent. The chapter is seeking
new life members in com-
memoration of the 50th anniver.-j-
rv of Hadassah.
Ner Tamid Sets
Ladies1 Luncheon
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid
will hold a luncheon on Wednes-
day noon.
The catered function will be held
in the espically decorated Sklar
Auditorium. Featured will be a
fashion show, with furs by Mr. Her-
man and fashions by Velma's.
Proceeds from the annual lunch-
eon helps to maintain t h e Ner
Tamid religious school.
Lorber Luncheon
Due at Algiers
"A Time to Remember" will be
the theme of the third annual Fan-
E Lorber luncheon given by
the South Florida Council of Pres-
idents at the Algiers hotel on Tues-
day noon.
i.-rael Friedman, executive di-
tor of the Home, will fly in
from Denver for the occasion.
Past presidents will portray a
small pait of the "time to remem-
ber" in the life of Fanny E. Lor-
ber, founder cf the Home and
president for 50 years.
Jerry Evans will present a a
of continental hairpieces modeled
by past presidents. All life mem-
bers will be honored.
Mrs. Irving Miller, president of
Council, is chairman.


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Fashion Show Due Here Saturday
A glittering luncheon and fashion
show, with the added attractions
oi entertainement and a prize of
a Caribbean cruise lor two aboard
the SS Jerusalem, will be given by
the Women's Division of the Park-
inson Foundation on Saturday in
the Napoleon room of the Deau-
ville hotel.
Presenting the newest holiday
fashions of Louis Mattel, featured
will be the latest creations of (Meg
Left to right are Mrs. Bruce Friedman, of Shalom chapter, Mrs.
Jack Zebitz, of Chai, and Mrs. Shayle Abrams, of Shoshana.
BB Women Cap Membership Push
..i B'rith Women from 17
ters in South Florida culmi-
nated their membership drive at
the Deauville hotel last week-with
. ss initiation of 548 new menv
Ltrs.
ARISTOCRATIC
The gala affair, which featured
a: its theme "B'nai B'rith Women
Have Heart." was attended by I,-
500 paid-up members.
Mrs. Harry Straus, of Knoxville.
Tmn.. international first vice presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith. w a s guest
-jieaker.
Mrs. Jack Zebitz. of Chai chap-
ter, who brought in 28 new mem
hers, was crowned "Queen of
Hearts" Mrs. Bruce Friedman.
of Shalom chapter, with 17 new
members, and Mrs. Shayle Abrams.
ol Shoshana. with 15 new members,
wore designated "Princesses."
Mrs. Alfred Reich. District 5
president, presented trophic- <>
the winners. Mrs. David Sherper
was chairman of the atfair.
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Temple Zamora
Chanuka Party
Sisterhood of Temple Zamora
w il I present its anual Chanuka
candlelight ing ceremony Sunday
evening at 6:45 p.m.
A Chanuka Pageant in story and
souk, issued by the National Wom-
en's League of the United Syna-
gogue ol America, will be the maj-
oi presentation of the evening.
Participants will include:
Mesdames Rose Galton, Sam
.Miller. Jerome Lieberman. Joseph
Kwart, Louis Chartor, Oscar
Smuckler. and Harry Greene.
Featured also will be Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkcs a n d the Temple's
choir of children's voices. Choir
members are Pearl Manholl, Linda
Leavitt, Beth Cohen. Michael Sobel,
Laurence Saffer. Brent Pliskin,
Howard Manhoff, and Robert Lea-
vitt.
Chanuka toys and refreshments
will be presented to guests at the
function. Chairman of the evening
is .Mrs. Max Greenberg. assisted
by Mrs. Sam Alt man and Mrs. Sam
Rozeen.
Cassini, R. Mignon, Harvey Berin,
Mogena Rivera and a score ol
other top international coiitouricrs.
Complementing the clothes will be
furs by Mr. Bngel.
Commentated by Mrs. Paul
Bromberg, guest celebrity model
will be Anne Jones, star of "Once
Upon a Mattress." and of the forth-
coming musi-comedy revue. "6
Overboard!"' Models include local
residents. Mrs. Charles Rothman.
Mrs. Dan II. EUciltd, Miss Susan
Durst, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers.
Mrs. Melvin .1. Cohen, (laughter.
Flinda. Mrs. L. R. Kupper and
Mrs. Vera R. Russ.
Added highlight of Ihe afternoon
' is the entertainment headed by
Jackie Heller, who will emcee the
show featuring lyric soprano Carol
I), mi. >nd comedienne, Nits Kay.
Pledged to $io.(too to match the
equal amount of a government
grant, proceeds will be directed to
maintain one of the therapy rooms
I Of the new Out-Patient Clinic
President of the Women's Divis-
ion is Mrs. Norman Sterne. Chair-
man of the affair is Mrs. Benjamin
Bernard, with Mrs. Paul Pollak as
I CO-chairman and coordinator of
i he fashion show. In charge of
prizes is Mrs. Stephen Hirschlag.
Luncheon ticket chairman is Mrs.
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French Theme at Beth David Day
II the French have a word for it On that date, the Sisterhood will
Beth David Sisterhood members' sponsor a gala noon champagne
In lieve it will apply to them i luncheon in honor of Beth David
Wednesday, Dec. 13. I Day at Spector Hall.
All decorations for the affair will Scaiti, chairman of Beih David Mu-ic will be by Larry Blue,
carry a French motif, and even the Day. and entertainment will be provided
glasses used for the champagne Mavor Robert King High has pro- by Maxime Vitu, well-known raaui
will be take-home souvenirs. claimel Beth David Day in Miami and television personality Deco-
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Mrs. Howard Ullman seen in the Judaica Shop oi Temple Israel.
BOX OFFICE OPENS TOMORROW
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SEATS NOW ON SALE at all SEARS STORES,
JORDAN MARSH and GREYHOUND BUS LINES.
THE ALL NEW
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octal Center of the South
OPEN TO THE
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SWINGING AFFAIRS OF 1961
SMART AND SASSY NEW "EVUE
EVERY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
SHOMIMt: 10:30 p.m. & 12:30 a.m.
American Express Cards Accepted <
NO ADMISSION NO COV5R
Beverage Minimum-For Reservations, call haroid Kemp
Dancing nitely The MYRTLE JONES ORCHESTRA
(except Monday)
LOUNGE OPEN TUESDAY THRU THURSDAY
ENTER NAPOLEON REEDS TALENT CONTEST
Wednesday Nites Call for Information^ g< %- J
4200 N. W. 27th AVENUE NEwton 3-0611
Terrtpfe Israel
Juckticc Shop
'Temple Israel is very proud oi
it- enlarged Judaic i Shop," ac-
cording to Mrs George Graham,
president of the Temple Sister-
hood.
"The -hop is now enhanced in
decor to Mend with the exciting
and beautiful works of art created
by the Guild of Israel Craftsmen
lor sale there.' Mrs. Graham ex-
plained thi> week.
[n charge ol Ihe operation is a
committee composed of Mrs. Jo-
seph Bulbin. Mrs. Rhea Cashman
(l.i win. Mrs. Jose Winsen and
Mrs. Howard L'llman.
The Guild ol Israel Craftsmen
includes artists who mold metals,
wood, and ceramics into the lovely
articles sold around the world
articles that are uniquely and im-
mediately recognized as Israeli.
Temple Israel's Judaica Shop is
currently featuring the Keramos,
Collection. including plaques,
bowls, and decanters, among other i
i i in-, fashioned from tradition-
filled ceramic materials. But the i
>hop also offers equally famous
won.I mosaic items, as well as the
! renowned Israeli line of patina on j
'. bra.-s
The shop, under the supervision
! of the Sisterhood, is open Friday i
evening, and Saturday and Sunday
mornings.
"Eternal Light-
Luncheon Set
Mrs. Murray Shaw, president.
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamitl,
announces the fifth annual "Fash-
ions in Eternal Light" luncheon
will be held in Sklar Auditorium on
Wednesday noon.
Program will feature a fashion
show presented by Velma's Ltd.,
With furs by Mr. Herman, and en-
tertainment by Robert O. Collins,
comedian and singer.
Funds raised will go toward air-
conditioning of the Temple, in ad-!
1 dition to supporting the religious
school.
Luncheon will be catered by Mrs.
1 Jean Raab. Sisterhood member.
Minyonaires Plan
Chanuka Party
Newly-formed Sisterhood of Mm
yonaires is sponsoring a card and
iatke party in the synagogue bldg.,
3737 Bird rd.. Coral Gables, on
Wednesday night.
Newly-elected officers are: Mrs.
Leo Ciment, president: Mrs.
Rose Schlachter and Mrs Davis
Fischer, vice presidents; Mrs
Frank Czernotzky, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Al Saroka. correspond-
ing secretary; and Mrs. 1 Ke-.-i< i.
treasurer.
Israelite Center
Chanuka Program
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center. 3198 SW 24th ter., \
. held a Chanuka program last week.
Mrs. Morton Malavsky is cliair-
man for Judaism in the Home, and
was co-chairman for the evening,
with Mrs. Sol Koenigsberg. Sister-
hood program chairman is Mrs.
Ilyman Gorsetman.
A program. "Let l's Hear." an
original script written by Center
spiritual leader Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky, was presented.
HANSEL & GRETEL
(by lumperdink)
presented by
Dark Youth & Adult Opera Project
with
Imported anil local Cast
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
DEC. 3, 1961 3:00 P.M.
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
also
"LA TRAVIATA"
(by Verdi)
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
MAY 6, 1962-3:00 P.M.
j DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
TICKETS ON SALE AT:
Dade County Auditorium HI 6-9230
Cordelia's Card Shop FR 3-5123
Record Marts HI 6-1991, FR 4-2449
| Opera Guild Office FR 1-5153
Prices: $2 to $5 for both Operas
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*..-: .o: people can ..-- tt> S-e was borr. in CbJ(
: : 5v. frrarr.rr.ar School. Lake\iew High School and the Univeraitj of Dlinoii
where he received her AE degree in psychology. She rr.er Sidr.e> at
an E;k Club dance hen she was 15. So he
waited until she was through with all of her
-'.h. ling before they were married.
A- a pledge of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.
::rls were asked to take care of their pro-
rs' children. The word "baby-sitter had
not jret been coined. Esther sat for ar. associ-
ate professor of history who was none other
than Dr. Abrarr. L Sachar. who is now presi-
dent of Brandeis University. T*ie baby who
was always as good as gold is now Dr Howard
Sachar. author of several books, now in Israel
a director of an institution there
There was no question about community
participation being part of Esther's life. Her
mother. Rose Pohn. and her grandmother.
km WB a- Mother Jacobs were outstandng phil-
anthropists in Chicago. When Mr. and Mrs
Schwartz moved here ten years ago. they at-
tended a Brandeis Univemty dinner, ano liius was bom her absorbing
esl and devotion to Brandeis University National Women's Commu-
te She is on the national board and presently chairman of the South-
- area conference that -tans a: the Eden Roc hotel on Sunday. She
has always believed that a Jewish-sponsored non-sectanan university
as long overdue a- a gift of the Jews of America to the nation.
Mr and Mrs Schwartz love to travel to far away places. Hong Kong
being one of their favorites They are curious, wanting to see how
n live, and ITJ mg to discover il people are basically the same. They
- worn a path in the ikjways to Chicago, where their daughter.
l, and her husband. Ronnie Berger. live. According to Esther. Jan
and Louis are the two mot adorable grandchildren in the world. Since
Ibeir ion. David, who lives in Chicago, has the same idea about his
r e* and nephew, it mu.-t be so.
Esther bubbles ever with enthusiasm and bring* a fre-h approach to
b -he tackles in the community. That is why her services are
. v- .:. demand.
* *
JUST FOR FUN
It wa> under the pir.k-andwhitc-stnped tent at Monroe and Florence
Cooperman's party Fink and red flowers were on the small tables
around the dance floor Twelve-year-old Steven, in a red jacket, danced
with hi- moth< r. who looked o pretty in a white beaded gown. The two
lies, Bennett and Jellrey. were "out'' for the evening. The
dancing, the wonderful music, the hot h'ors d'oevres. and the dnnk-
vtr.t or. and on. Amor.g the 130 people enjoying thcm-elve^ were the
Kurt Peisers. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Trope. Nat and Janice Lee. Mortie
rnd Marjone Hill, and Mike and Joyce Sumberg. The Coopermans had
ju-t returned from 'hat six-day CTUise on -he Franca C, so every once in
a while the Leonard Markets, the Mai Roths, and the Gus Cbusmirs
wouJd gel into h corner to remind each ether of some'hmg that took
place on the cruise.
* *
THE GRAVEY TRAIN
Another Thanksgiving Day has rolled around: another turkey and
I her pumpkin pie have been eaten W'estvicw Country Club hart its
al Thanksgivins Day dinner parly. Among the family dinner groups
i were those of the Jacob Shers, the Sam Liptons. the Joseph Lip
t i the Leonard Trieaters, and the Leonard Wiens. Fall flowers deco-
rated each table, as well as an individual turkey browned to a turn.
V I .,- left of the turkey, each ho-t took home .
Marvin and Barbara Haven had. a traditional Thanksgiving dinner
i 'heir family. The twins and Nancy greeted their cousin* with much
Th< cousins a."'- Shelly and Rona Aberman's children. Mrs. Nathan
Satei bi igbl her mother. .Mr- Ann Kaplan, to the dinner. Mrs. Sater
is Barbara and Rona's mother. Ralph and Gladys Kaplan Ralph is Mr-
Sat< Iherj had their n< tighter, Arlene. and her
land, Mai From berg to their house. And the other wing ol the
ly Dr and Mrs, Sherman Kaplan, served as hosts to Mary R i
mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. Morris E kind, at their home .
Other- having family dim wen Mary and Harold Per-
[ r Mrs Doroth Dr, and Mrs. Alexander Robbins, Mr. and Mrs
Neal Schiff, .Mr and Mrs Louis Stoff, Mr. and Mrs. William Farr
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Silverberg That- a lot ol cranberry sauce.
* *
FOOD GOODWEATHER PERFECT
It was a six-day cruise on the Franca C Everyone had lots ol lun.
Joan (Mrs. Jerry/ Union fell and sprained her ankle, but that didn't
^op her in the least from having a grand time, she even was a judge
ID the male beauty contest. Lots of people had a wonderful time, in
eluding Mann) and Rita Flnkelstein, Lou and Phyllis Leeds, Arnold and
Florence Rubin Mayor and Mi- Kenneth Oka. and the Sidney GorcttOVS.
* +
NEVER BEFORE
When Dr J A. Greenhouse rnd his wife were on their way home
from Tel Aviv, he had a most interesting experience There was a
Yemenite rabbi on the plane and he wanted to form a minyon. Dr.
Greenhou-e. who is quite an organizer, got the ten men together in the
rruldle of the plane. It was the first- time that any of them, including
the rabbi, had attended services 22.0OU feet in the air.
*
SEVENTEEN COUNTRIES AND TWENTY-SEVEN PORTS
In order to do what they are supposed to do. according to the
Caronia brochure, on their two-and-a-half-month cruise, Fred and Fran-
ces Abrams will have to enter two ports in some countries. Frances
will show Fred around in England because he has never been there.
But it is the first time for both of them for Africa. Russia and Turkey.
Miriam Kobley and Dr. and Mrs. Max Gratz are also on the ship, and
it sounds like fun for all of them.
Evening Nuptial's
For Hollanders
Jear.r.c Eras -
ere united in
. :age on Thursda;.. No-.. 23.
--, the Algiers hotel, with Rabbi
ne Labcvitz officiating at the
6 30 p.m. ceremony
Daughter cf Mrs. uilian Segal!.
1M0 Bay rd.. and the late Monroe
Segal!, "the bride is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High, and is
presently attending Charron Wil-
liams Commercial College.
For her wedding the nnde wore
a pe-u de -o:e gown with scoop
neckline n ith chant illy lace and
bracelet-length sleeves The very
ith scattered appliques
: cbantiOy lace, termina'ed in a
flowing chapel train topped by a
high half bow.
Her triple-tiered bouffant veil of
French illusion fell from a ir'an
o: seed pearls. Short white gloves
completed the ou'fit Mrs. Mar\:n
Greenwald, the bridegroom's sis-
ter, was her only attendant.
The bridegroom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Hollander, of New-
ark. N.J He is an alumni of the
University of Miami, and is pres-
ently affiliated with the Charron-
Williams Commercial College. Al-
pha Kappa Psi is his fraternity.
After a honeymoon trip to the
Islands, the young couple will live
m Miami.
Wi DC K. :.
MKS. IKWIN HOUANDEK
'
MRS. NAT BAKER
Miss Lansky Now
Mrs. Nat Baker
Linda Mary Lansky and Nat
Baker were united in marriage on
Saturday. Nov. 25. by Rabbi Nor-
man Shapiro in the Diplomat hotel,
where a reception followed the
ceremony
The new Mrs. Baker is the daush-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lansky.
of Hollywood. Fla.. and was at-
tended by Phyllis Kouolick as maid
6/ honor. Matron of honor for her
-uter was Mrs. Riki Szyperski.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mrs H. Baker, of Providence. R.I .
and the late Mr Baker. Serving
as best man was Edward Torgan.
and Lenny Meyers, Richard Oster
and John Szyperski were usher-
The newlyweds are both gradu-
ates of Boston University. The
former Miss Lansky al.-o attended
Michigan State and Souh Broward
High. Their new home will be in
Providence. R I.
Goldmans Will
Be Honored Here
A reception in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo J Goldman and Mr. and
Mr- I. E. Goldman will be given
Saturday evening by Kadimah
chapter. Pioneer Women.
Mrs. Leo Goldman is a member
of the national board of Pioneer
Women, and has been an active
member of Kadimah in virtually
every major position in the organ-
ization.
Mrs. I. E. Goldman has won the
"Ashes Chail" award of the Israel
Bond Organization This vear also
marks the senior Goldmans' golden
wedding anniversary.
Mrs. Leah Friedson is chairman
of the committee planning the af-
fair Saturday evening at Temple
Zamcra. Mrs. Clara Leff. Pioneer
Women's national president, will
be guest speaker. Dory Auerbach.
Miami businessman and friend of
the Goldmans. will give the key-
note address.
Appropriate mu-ic W ill be offer
ed by Miss Muriel Ramm. Mr-
Lillian Raffel is Kadimah chapter
president.
Chanuka Festival Wednesday
Chanuka Festival of the David
Pinski Folk School will be held on
Wednesday evening. 8 p.rn at ihe
Farband Labor Zionist Cuiture Cen-
ter. 842 Washington ave Children
of the school will participate in
-inging and recitations ol Yiddish
and Hebrew songs. They ill also
perform the traditional lighting of
the Chanuka candles.
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WEST VIEW Country Club held
its first formal dinner dance
(! the season Saturday night.
Kull-lenyth gowns were worn by
fully half of the women at this
Mellar social event.
Mrs. Leonard Triester chose a
shocking pink silk chiffon short
jormal in a fitted sheath, flaring
out into a wide flounce below the
hips. Her matching coat was in
silk alpaca. A fuli-length white
peau de soie was the choice of
Mrs. Sherman J. Tobin. Her
bodice was banded across the top
with crystals and pearls, and
< nded with a fringe of silver-lined
bugle beads.
A white silk satin floor-length
sheath with a yellow rose print
a;,- worn by Mrs. A. .1. Molasky.
I. r gown featured a flat bow
cannier from the bust line to
halt way down the skirt, and was
over to one side. At the same
able. Mrs. Jack L. Daner chose
s black chantilly lace short for-
I with a bouffant skirt. The
iullncss in the skirt was achieved
r\ accordion pleats under the
lace. Her bodice was reembroid-
'td with black iridescent e-
(,iuns.
A lipstick red silk chiffon tor-
mat was the choice of Mrs. Law-
rence Singer. Her gown was
ped into narrow horizontal
lines that encircled her from the
strapless bodice, continuing out
to a widening circle that ended in
a graceful floor-length line. She
wore a matching chiffon stoic.
Mrs. Marshall Harris wore a
while chillon full-length gown
v Itb the bodice completely en-
ted in iridescent sequins. Her
skirt was softly gathered, and
her bodice fitted with a scooped
u cjdjne, Mrs. Sidney Lcfcourt
i licted a short formal in satin
w!li a black print on white
touched with a muted shade of
nen foliage. The entire dress
(~ reembroidered with gold
lame thread.
* *" *
A gold peau de soie floor-length
-iuath was the choice of Mrs.
John Serbin. Her bodice was of
antilly lace, and was hand re-
mbroiderad in pearls and bugle
' ads. Mrs. Ferd Meyer wore a
ack -ilk from Hong Kong that
- al! hand-beaded wilh black
beads
Ombred shades of beige and
-n were combined in Mrs.
Mil P. Catsmans silk chiffon
short formal. Her bodice was of
a solid colored rich cocoa brown
with a squared neckline. Ombre
gold roses were at her waist.
Mrs. Emil Isberg chose black silk
chiffon with the dropped waist-
bne. Her skirt was of tiers of
short chiffon ruflles.
A minute eheck in black and
white on silk had an almost sil-
ver gray color effect in the full-
skirted princess line dress worn
by Mrs. Harold Rand. Her low
V decolletage was emphasized
with a self-covered fabric ball
iringe. Her conversation piece
was the pin she wore which orig-
inally belonged to Eva Peron,
featuring a gold leat set with
rubies and diamonds.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers wore a
champagne-colored silk satin
short formal. A graceful swirled
line began at the bodice and end-
ed at the hem. Along this swirl
was white chantilly lace reem-
broidered with gold thread. The
lace had been in the family for
years, and the dress was design-
ed with the lace applique in
mind. Mrs. Irving Greenfield
chose a white silk satin short for-
mal sheath with a tulip silhouette
overskirt. Crystal beading de-
fined the front of her gown. An
all-over black sequined sheath
with the classic V neckline was
the choice of Mrs. Edward Gal- j
ler.
Black was the choice of Mrs.
Lester Russin. Her silk crepe
sheath featured a low-scooped
neckline with a capelette effect
in the back of the bodice. Black
jet beads fringed the capelette.
Mn. Clara Spitz wore a midnight
blue silk crepe sheath with a
draped bodice, adding matching
shoes and theatre coat in a pais
ley brocade'.
Among the many elegant ball
gowns was the one worn by Mrs.
Alfred Daniels, featuring an ivory
white satin with a strapless bod-
ice. The skirt's fullness began
very slightly over the hips and
was draped over one hip in a
modified asymetrical line, and
caught with a large soft bow. The
fullness continued, and was again
caught with a bow. on the other
side and down near the hemline,
which ended just an inch or two
from the floor.
A Hong Kong blue satin dinner
(ircs.> and matching Jacket were
worn by Mrs. Stanley Weinkle.
Her sheath dress was in the elas-
sic shirtwaist styling, while her
jacket was a hip-length box sil-
houette. An American Beauty
silk brocade damask was the
choice of Mrs. Da\nl Hochberg.
Her short forma] had a fitted
bodice and a bouffant skirl.
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|u|RS. Seymour SorcuTstiin 's
" floor-length gold brocade
gown featured the formal coul-
ette. It was sleeveless with a
high mandarin collar, and slash-
ed open to -a low decolletage in
the back. An Italian coutouricr
original was worn by Mrs. James
Cohen a V neck sleeveless
black sheer wool completely en-
crusted with iridescent black
paillettes.
Another Italian coutourier orig-
inal was worn by Mrs. Samuel
Halperin. Her strapless silk chif-
fon featured a natural-colored
floral print on a light sea-foam
green. The print on the bodice
was heavily encrusted in match-
ing colored sequins. The skirt's
fullness was carefully controlled
to its floor-length hemline. Mrs.
Irving Miller also chose a full-
length ball-gown a gold llame
brocade on champagne with a
silk chiffon panel down the front
of the skirt in cafe au lait. The
brocade was scalloped over the
opening of the panel.
A bright red floor-length chif-
fon was worn by Mrs. Bert Haft,
swirled in horizontal tucks, with
a wide silk satin pannier down
the back. A black chantilly lace
short formal was the choice of
Mrs. Bernard Siderman. Mrs.
Richard Stone was striking in her
white silk satin floor -length
sheath. Her loose-fitting over-
blouse was beaded with crystals,
rhinestones and cavier beads.
Her neckline was the popular ba-
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Mrs. Robert Trope chose a black
matlesse short sheath with a
matching chanel style jacket. Her
fabric was embossed and woven
through with a jet iridescent
thread.
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Friday, Decer.-.her 1, iggj
The Courier
Sen. Hubert Humphrey, he l imi here for JJCC. 5 I
W'ih r.gii.n Federal Savings and Loai. Assn.. nas just returned from
a visit !o the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which he praised for
OQtstaadiag r(t-areh project* Bill Stern, of Dade Gas Co.. elect)
1 r art of M.anu chapter of Fionda Kc>tanrar.! Assn. Lone-time
friend Herb Knus informs US Crucaeo Hous.ng Comnvssiomr Charles
R. Wibel will receive American Sucte-- Story Award in New York Cits
i I rr.u-.:h as -\umpie of success p:sible under free enterpn-e .
Dr. Kurt Peiser Mii be toa-tmaster for Dec. 13 Cedars banquet honor-
i-. Mayer Robert King High, which so pay tribute to former
M*yor Abe Aronovitz Dr. Charles Silverblart, ;{ Ccral Gables Vet-
era-.?' Hopitai. invited to Medical Science- Pay at Ir.du- H ,i-< on D'..c-k
Key on Sunday, sponsored b> Heart Assn. of Greater Miami Steve
Waters, : Chase Federal, new vice president of Southeastern chapter
:29 c; tni American Savings and Loan Institute Looks as though
Faccy Chayefsky, of -The Tenth Man" fame, has another Broadway
n Gideon. starring Frednc March and Douglas Campbell.
Worth a visit on Stun i -in- Hendriic j. Bems' weekly sym-
posium at the Carillon hotel. The Miami News editorial executive i>
< : the best-inf' ed men on current events in these part.- Mike
Easkin, chairman cf the Miami chapter of the American Technion So-
< ; and a noted patent attorney, is excited about the new discovery
i'. steel-making of Prof. Ariel Taub, a metals expert It will be
interesting to see if the 12th biennial convention of the Younu Demo-
wins. aroui tbe country to link Administration leadership with
the O mmunists .
Technion Women's Division, guided by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, has
formal organizational date for Greater Miami .
Louis Glasser, in South Miami Hospital, recovering from automooile
accident showered with yet-well cards from friends ol Bess and
i
k from their globe-girdlin tour iq time to beat some of their
I card- to friends here are Ben and Anna Brenner Meyers, and
'.' hard at work. She reports a good response to the
j-rat: Bond plan to present the area's debutantes at the Ambassador's
Bi r Dec. 27.
E&yth Geiger, executive secretary of the local office of the Amcr-
'.I 'he Hebrew University, and hostess for 1960 Mis> [srael,
Aliza Gor, during the MlSS Universe contest in Miami Beach, received
Itation foi Aliza < dding Thursday night at the Dan hotel
U A Sabby Sagall, of London, is the luckj fellow Sanford
K. Bronstein, admin;stratoi of Cedars >i Lebanon, reports the hospital
i launched a four-count}, survey of South Florida's hospital facilities
Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe. a> we I ..- Hade, will be covered
i he report, which will analyze special requirement, because of our
dominant tourist economy.
another weekend of dinners, after which Metrecal .-ales
tould sail. Saturday night at the Kings Baj Yacht and Country
i watched the annual dinner' I the Aviva group of Ha-
and chaired bj this correspondent's better half. The entire
pi ram took less than 10 minutes; bar receipts were hefty: the repro-
d oi tbe Mare Chagall windows, which Mrs. Saul Genet executed.
v. standouts againsl thi candlelight; and the all-important Hadas-
L'niversitj Medical Center quota was achieved .
Sex\ evening. Temple Beth Am held its firsl annual congregational
( ier-dance, and the evening netted an amazing S163.0O0 for an ex-
pansi n pr gram featuring additional school facilities and a new
sanctuary. Rabbis Leon Kronish and Herbert Baumgard were short
and to the point, and Reo. Dante Fascell won whatever votes he didn't
already have bj being even briefer. Dante -aid that the latest sub
< mittee ol his Washington colleagues investigating alien movements
i- bow concentrating on the Twist ..
Rabbi Baumgard provoked some thoughts with a statement that
the only type of Judai-m now offered in Israel i> Orthodoxy, that two-
thirds of the Jew, in Israel don't practice it. and that therefore Amer-
ica will be the major spiritual center of Judaism in the years ahead.
Although we are one of Beth An.'s, congregants, it seems to u that
Judaism isn't so ardently practiced at the moment in Israel for two
other and important reason.-: the socialistic tendency of the country's
founders, which only now is yielding to increased private investment
from abroad, and the lack of a need to identify as a Jew. since more
than 88 percent of Israel's citizens are Jewish ... All of this was soon
forgotten when David Light announced S50.000. and the first mortgage
of Beth Am was burned.
Judith Rood,
Honor Student,
Plans June Rites
I I. and Ml N than B. B
845 Ca'alon.a five., Coral Gi
announce the engagement oi their
daughter. Judith Anne, to Sydney
S Traum. -on of Mr and Mrs.
Morris Traum. of Belle Harbor.
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The bride-elect is a senior at Rad-
cliffe College. Cambridge. Mas-.,
majoring in behavior psychology.
She i- an honor- candidate, a mem-
ber of the Student Council, and
tieasurer of the senior class com-
mittee She also served a- chair-
ir.an of the trehman orientation
committee.
A graduate oi Coral Gables Sen-
ior High, -he is a National Merit
Scholarship winner, a member ol*
the National Honor Society. Sci-
ence and Mathematics National
honor Society, and Thespians She
plan- to continue graduate study
in New York City. Her father is
president of Rood Construction Co.,
a director of the Bank of Dade
County, and the executive head of
several utilities companies.
The future bridegroom is a grad-
uate of City College of New York
ai.d Harvard law school, and re-
cently passed his N.Y bar exami-
nations. At Harvard, he was sec-
retary-treasurer of the Student Bar
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replj National Jewish Welfare Board has published a guide to
Jewish sights and sites in Washington. D.C., which is a mu-t for those
contemplating a trip to tbe nation's capital Dr. Maurice P*rlzweig,
Cf W.K. praised Presidents Kennedy and Eisenhower for their leafier
ship in reviving the people-to-people program Committee on Man
power Opportunities in Israel has opened offices at 515 Park ave.. N.Y..
and now offers 600 higher level job opportunities for Americans inter-
ested in working in Israel Time Magazine devotes major share of
its Press section in last week's issue to saluting the Jewish Chronicle
of London on its historic 120th anniversary Dr. Samuel Belkin, of
Veshiva University, will celebrate his 50th birthday coincidental^
wit), the university's 75th anniversary dinner Dec. 10 in New York.
Mrs. Louie Bandel, safety chairman of the Dade county PTA. has
Organized a series of educational tours with the theme. "Be a visitor
instead of a violator.'' Harry Levy speak.- Monday at the Greater Mi
ami Group Insurance Assn. s monthly luncheon meeting at the Bis-
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Kupat Holim To be Honored
Joseph M. Lipton (right), piesident of Dade Federal Savings
Lean Assn., is shown being honored last week at a spe-
iunehecm m his behalf at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Qr. W.
L. Fitzgerald, president of the Dade County Medical A
Wits the coveted Award of Appreciation to Liptcn for his
ution's activities in sponsoring a television program
S that has increased knowledqe of recent medical ad-
es and techniques in thousands of homes, in the finest
lions o: public service, and recognition of problems vital
to every horn 3."
Turners Reveal
Barbara's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Turner an-
nounee the engagement of their
hter, Barbara, to Seymour J.
ir.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Coral Gables Senior High School.
Sht is presently employed at Jor-
dan-Mar-h
Mi Taylor will graduate from
the University ol .Miami in Janu-
ary, lit plans to continue with his
medical school.
A reception honoring the couple
v. field Sunday evening, 8
p.m.. at the homo of the bride lo-
in 7m Calatrava ave., Coral
Gables,
Ionise Wise Chapter
Louis* Wise chapter of Ameri-
Cai Jewish Congress will hold a
luncheon and card party next
Wednesday at. Polly Davis cafe-
teria, not Normandy dr. Chair-
man is Mrs. Frances Herder.
MISS BARBARA TURNER
Kupat Holim, the medical arm
of llistradut, will be honored at a
special celebration sponsored by
the Farband Branches of Greater .
Miami and Poale Zion.
The celebration will take place
Saturday evening, Dec. 16. at the
Barcelona hotel.
Featured will he the noted Yid-
dish stage star. Michael Gibson;
Carol Don, coloratura soprano;
and Esther Barrett, pianist.
Kupat Holim today embraces a,
network of 18 hospitals in Israel.
These are fully-staffed and equip-
ped lor major surgery, and contain
some 2.8no beds. 1.800 ambulances,
850 mobile units to serve border
Couple Mark
50*h Anniversary
Over 250 guests attended the gold-
en wedding ceremony of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Brooks on Sunday at
the homo of Mr, and Mrs. Conrad
Allam in South Miami.
Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated
,r the 5 o'clock ceremony. George
Belner was soloist, and grand-
daughter, Meloi ye Allam. was jun
Kir maid Many ol the guests witnessed the
original ceremony in Scranton, Pa-,
50 years i
Attending the couple were Mor-I
i!- Ratshin, New York City; Mr,
and Mrs. Sidnej .1 Simon, Nova
Scotia and Miami Beach; Mrs .1
R. Friedman. Scranton; Ben Wolf-
son; Morns Harris, first president
Of South West Jewish Center; Mur
raj Sparaga, newly-elected presi-
dent; and Nat Lurie and Milton
Miller, outgoing president.
Brooks is one of the founder- (it
Southwest Jewish Center, and last
Friday evening the Oneg Shabbat,
honored Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, who
were presented with an inscribed
and engraved gold wine cup.
Levinson Troth
Revealed Here
Mr. and Mrs. David Levinson,
ot Miami Beach, announce the en-
gagemenl of their daughter. And-
rey, to Jack Bernstein, son ot Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Bernstein, of
Newark. N.P.
Miss Levinson graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mr. Bernstein is a graduate of
Iowa State University, served with
the Army Air Corps during World
War H. and is in the construction
business in New Jersey
The wedding is planned for late-
January
settlements ol pioneers and new
immigrants, tuberculosis centers,
convalescent homes, and maternity
wards.
the sponsorship of the local Labor
Zionist movement will mark Kupat
Holim's 50th anniversary
Some 75 percent of Israels fatal
population participates in the Ku-
pat Holim program, including Ha
poel Hamizrachi, Agudat Israel.
B'rith Poale Israel, the Israel
Army, the Israel police force, and
the Arab population.
The Dec. 16 event here under
Her lamii Book Review
For the second in a series of
Tour book reviews at Temple Nef
Tamid, Rabbi Eugene Labovitz has
chosen "Russia and the West Un-
der Lenin and Stalin." by George
Kennan, to be held next Thursday
evening Mrs. Ludwig Kosterich
s chairman of the series.
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Pioneer Women, Club 1, will hold : is Mrs Sophie Krantz. Mrs. Eph-
h traditional Chanuka lalke party raim Yaffe will bless the candles
on Thursday evening, Dec. 7. at the j and speak on Chanuka,
HONORABLE MENSCHSN: It won^t be long now before Mrs.
on*>riedn-an"'geTs a' 'degree ffBrri*TrTev'U'nivers:ly of Miami. 5
najoring in government. Nothing like having a judge in the family t<
lelp with the studies.
ANo seekinp a s'leepskin at the university is at tract've Mis. Ber
nard (Florence) Supwcrth. As chairman of the Anti-Delamalion I.taiue
ommiltee in tie Fifth District, plus her classes, she's really kept bus;.
iround the clock.
H?rry Rosen, assistant B'nai B'rith Youth director, has joined
the lega! st?ff ot former State Rep. Jack Orr. Th? Rosens, ty the
way. are anticipating a new member in the faiti'y, corns May.
Jerry Kimbaii. the sporting goods entrepreneur, : about to beet m
i Miami Beach resident again by moving into tin Terrace Towers
.:;. Dr Sanford Kimball, of the Veterans'Hospital, was reci tlj
ting ;. ligament opt..i ; : 5a i one ;:- I ol Mi
Eddii .lniii- underwc mi. Irony < ill ti.t Di
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Ah her man; Bei in :! we're wishinj
peedj com aria Rappaporl at Mi. SLiai pital.
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BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Watch for an a\ alanche of n
oncer*> to descend on this area, ever since the successful appearance.
t Judy Garland at Miami Beach Exhibition Hall lasl Saturday. Alai
herr and Jordan Giiman, the youthful producers, really stinted some
hing. Of course, net every personality available for one-night eoncer
ours has the audience appeal of Judy. How many entertainment per
onalities are around today who can jam the Exhibition Hall lik<
fudy? Sherr and Giiman are convinced that Harry Belafonte can. an<"
dready have a bid in for his services. So, it's Garland and Belafonte
.ut where do they go trom there?
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ON SCREEN AND OFF: At the press luncheon for Alfred H
Faniarain, advertising director for "'El Cid,'' the audience was treatec
o quite a bit of interesting inside "info" about the huge production
vhich in round dollars cost producer Sam Bronston about S8.000.000 tc
.hoot in its 70mm Technirama-Technicolor entirety.
One of the exciting battle scenes required more> than 4,000 extras.
Tamarin said the movie soldiers were real-life soldiers, from the
Spanish Army. But half of them had to enact the part of invading
Moors. And because they played the enemy, thy demanded more
money and got it. And. you thought only stars are temperamental.
By the way. that electric sign on the Roosevelt Theatre building on
Arthur Godfrey rd.. advertising "El Cid" in three shades of neon, is
the largest ever to be erected for a movie here. Starring Charlton
Heston and Sophia Loren. it opens Dec. 21.
In "Judgment at Nuremberg," which opens at the Lincoln Theatre
on Dec. 20. ironically enough, one who will earn a large share of acting
honors will be Maximilian Schell. who plays the role of defense attor-
ney for the Nazi judges.
By the way. producer Stanley Kramer is living a few hundred
critics to the premiere in West Berlin, the latter part of this month, and
the "bill" for this junket will run close to S200.00O. That's some "cock-
tail party."
FOOD FADS: The Johnny Silvers combo at Peterson's Steak Place
has a new holdover contract. Johnny's danceable crew works nightly
from 10 p.m. Steak Place owner Ennis "Pete" Peterson, a former
professional musician, worked in a band with Johnny here back in the
late 20's. And that's going back.
Another holdover group is violinist Bill Bobric-k and guitarist Jack
Almeda at Black Caesar's Forte. The Forge is one of the most color-
ful and atmospheric dineries in town. Owners are Jim Cerniglia and
I-eo Adeeb.
The Bill Maxted jazz combo is contracted at the Carnage flub,
Miami Springs Villas, until mid-December. Maxted is recognized as
one ot the foremost exponents of jazz in the L'.S.
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OCEANFRONT TIDBITS: There is a resurgence in the observance
,.f Jewish Dietary Laws, according to Sam Waldman, head of the Wald-
man Family'Corporation, which operates the Waldman hotel here. His
is one of the hotels in Greater Miami affiliated with the Union ol Ortho-
d< \ Jewish Congregations.
NewlywedS actress*Lucille Ball and husband funnyman Gary Morton
will spend an extended honev moor: on Miami's Gold Coast in February,
where Gary's signed exclusively to appear in each of the Shower of Stars
Hotels, including the Caribbean, Delano. DiLido. Sea Gull, Sea Isle,
Shelborne, and Shore Club
A major prcgram of expansion and renovation has just been com-
pleted at the National hotel which now offers bo*h hotel accommoda-
tions and new oceanfront Lanai-style apartments. All fully air-condi-
tioned and heated, and embodying the latest designs, the National is
now offering television and radio in each facility. Other remodeling
involved the lobbies, cocktail lounge, and card and game room, ac-
cording to Murray and Harry Kcretiky, owneroprators.
The Country Girl." Clifiord Odets' great drama, is getting nice
: notice at the Gallery Playhouse. 211 Giralda in the Gables, where it'll
remain until Dec. 9. Befy O Keefe, Sid Cassel and Herbert King are
combining their talents for this one. Also: Monroe Myers, Mitchell
Kaczmarek. Nate Shugars. Nancy King and Yurka Pechy.
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Touring Miamians
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300 Miami leaders will bv feted at
Imbassj in Mexico cry this
. iay even ng
The Miamiars will be guests <>i
Israel's Amba-acior to Mexico
ard other Central American Na-
tioi s. MordoTchaf ShncTrsfin" The
tt i.nr.L Miamian>. under the lead-
ership o Samuel Friedland. Great-
er Miami Israel Bond chairman.
Carl Weinkle. Cruise Ccmmodore.
and Dr. Aaron Kahan. executive
d rector ( the Israel Bond Organ-
ization. will arrive in Vera Cruz.
to. Friday on the last leg of
orne) aboard Israel Zim Lines'
SS Jerusalem, which has taken
to Haiti. Curacao. Colombia.
Venezuela ami Panama.
In each oi these countries, the
I re guests ol the gov-
tents and the Jewish commun-
itu s at f< stive receptions
I pi n arrival in Vera Cruz, the
- fly by chartered plane
City, where they ill be
ai ,i govei < it i eception
specia I hanuka party
by Am Shneer-
son at I s rest lence,
The '6v0 touring Miamians will
.beard the SS Jerusalem
i Vera C Sunday to re
Miami on Tuesday.
Michael Gibsons are Hosts
Lebedik r Branch. Farband La-
bor Z'onist order, will present a
Chanuka celebratitn on Sundaj al
Farbanci Center, 842 Washil
Hosts for the evening are
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gibson.stars
of the Yiddish theatre, in honor ol
their new grandson.
Floral Decor
To be Shown
Ml Sinai Hospital Garden Club
lei luncheon and
. Honda; 'he home
lib 4th ter .
Isle
'. mbers wiU display decorati
: iati : r k i omii holidaj
seas or as well as I
: :n in a
Students Will
Fete Residents
- aticn
will present ram at
lome I : Age
Wednesday at? ;
er.ts th( scl ol i ntertain
.' Home annuallj during the
Chanuka and Passover holidays
- nd narrations.
In appreciation, the residents last
year presented the school with a
ceramic Passover plate made in
their own workshop.
JEWELS SILVER
WORKS OF ART
F.'nitur*, Anl c.es and Curloi
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIESl
1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
T. SCHORR
vsmesi Phone JI 1-1025
Residence Pbene JE 4-2503
DAN CHAPPELL

402-03 Industrial National
Bank Building
LOTSPEICH
COMPAWV
IETAIL INDUSTRIAL
Autkorhtd ComUmclpri
Tile-Ttx Asphalt lilt
275 NE 59th STREET
PL 4-1658
Cinerama Coming
To South Florida
Harry Botwick. Southea>tern Di-
vision manager for Florida State
Theatres, this week announced the
exclusive South Florida engage-
ment of "This is Cinerama"' in the
Florida Theatre on East Flagler st.
The Florida Theatre, a landmark
in the downtown business -ection
since 1916 when it opened as the
Hippodrome, is now closed for a
complete renovation and the in-
stallation of the highly complex
multi machine system necessary
fi i the presentation of the Cine-
rama process
"With its reopening in mid-De-
cember, the Florida Theatre will
become the only theatre here that
will or can .-how Cinerama pro-
ductions the exclusive home ol
Cinerama productions. Bol
said.
Each of the live Cinerama films
will be shown lor limited engage-
ments starting with -This is Cine-
rama." Other- (0 follow will be
-- en W riders ol the World."
I inerama Holidaj." Search tor
dise" and ""South Seas Adven-
ture "
"This i- Cinerama" opens Dec.
13. and will be shown on a road-
basis, with all seats reserved
each ol ten -how- a week. Mati-
nees will be held ever) We Ines-
day, Saturday and Sunday, with
evenii rmances every night
Golden Agers
Plan Celebration
The Golden Age Fnend-h.p Club
ot the Miami Beach VMHA will
pre.-ent its annual Chanuka cele-
bration and luncheon Sunday noon
al 1536 Bay rd.
A traditional Chanuka luncheon
will be served, and there will be
professional entertainment, danc-
ing, and prize.-. The club will be
host to the Golden Age Friendship
Clubs from Newport New-. Nor-
folk and Richmond. Va.
Harry Levin, president, announ-
ce- lhat thi- year's party mark- the
l"th Chanuka celebration given by
the club Free bus transportation
will be provided and all senior citi-
zens are invited to attend.
1CL
?*G*
AUGUST BROS RVr
is the BEST.'
TO ALL
GREETINGS
BACHE
&Co.
9578 HARDING
AVENUE
EDW'N S. CROOKS
Manager
HAPFY HOLIDAY
"3 ALL OUR FP ENDS AND PATRONS
irles Sonne and Family
ACE FORMAL WEAR, INC.
1125 W. Flagler St. Phone FR 7-4621
MIAMI
TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA
J. S. BLAIN
REAL ESTATE
Selling Southern Florida for the Past 40 Years
807 Olympia Bldg.
WESTINGHOUSE
W
Cooling and Heating
Contractors
S and S Air Conditioning Co.
"Vomtort ts Our Itusinvss"
M0 7-3624
Sandy Susmcn
5841 S.W. 8th STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 Collins Ave. Phone JE 1-0381
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
MAX LESHNICK
Executive Director
<[jcs t wish es
for a nappy ana
joyous. _\~^hanuha. .
LEO JAY ROSEN
associates, inc. / adve-tising
*
y^frccfincj*
C. ^411
Mrs. W. F. Rockwell
i*
TO ALL GREETINGS
Consolidated-Southern
ELECTRIC SUPPLY, inc.
ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS
3800 N.W. 31st Avenue
Tel. NE 3-9565
Miami 42, Florida
Van's Equipment & Rentals
Distributors for
COOPER CUPPER POWER MOWERS
Sales Rentals Repairs
TOOLS & MACHINERY RENTED
1830 N.W. 20th Street Phone NEwton 5-8712
Wish You All A Very Happy Chanuka
To All Greetings
HANERS CUSTOM ENGINE REPAIRING
Service and Satisfaction
404 SW 3rd Avenue Miami
Phone FR 4-1364


"nday. December 1, 1961
* knut Flcridttann
Page 15-B
The heroic feats of "El Cid" have been transformed into screen
dramc which, will have an exclusive Southern engagement at
the Rcoseve'.t Theatre in Miami Beach starting Dec. 21. star-
ring Charlton Heston in the title role, and Sophia Loren, plus
c casl of thousands.
Rudnick Leads Local Delegation
Louis B. Rud-ick. of Coral Neumann, honorary l:fe president
national vice president of of' ,he Z0A who was the reCepient
tass?yL*s m ;
the Nov. 23 dinner of the < Organization of
ZOA in New York City. America.
I | vent noralcd the
.... tie pa; sage ol
. iuti -i Aish State-
- ,| Dr Emanuel
LEGAL NOTICE
| Phi Sigma S/jitia Alumnae
for '.' Sigma Sigma
I .- eai ; Miami fashion
i s ar.d d isser Luncheon to be
11 Sal lay. Dec. 9. were to
jb (I. a i !gular meetin
i i ting at the home o'.
... i i Sk 2521 SW 25th st.
legal notice
In the circuit court op the
eleventh judicial circuit.
in and for dads county.
-LZR.DA. IN C"NCtHY
No. 61C 12325
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
vui', ianii-: i H :i> riNi: Wll.-
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wt to i ilvoroe >"- 11; j' tint
linut v o i or : 'l.i Inllff* nttr-
I'.KORT.K Nf'Hl 'I.AS, ISIS N \V.
Vlliiml !' i .n.i file or'.gina!
. ... r( ,.ii o before
;l'. otherwise oomplulnt Mill
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N 27, INI.
K l.lv\T; I- RM \N. Clerk
. i Irculi i 'ourt
R HEI.KN KKS.-I.'" :.
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CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME *\OBV
-HE a4 THOR'T\ 0="
THE STATE OF FLO*
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TIKTH d oi NOVF-MBER. A D
11-;'
,-. ,:, TOM ADAMS,
> .. -.. rj ii State
12 l 61
LEGAL NOTICE
i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE.
No. 44747
IN l:i. i:-;.,i, :
^ IIKilNIA I'ltAlll.l TTK III!.I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ,(...limi > .,11,1 mi I'ervuiiv Hav-
ing I'l.MiM- or i'-.i. ii Agalnm: Maid
Kittati
Y..U are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pi, hi iiny claima and Qeniandj
' whli maj h.i t aguiniit the -
late "i VIRGINIA I'HARI.i tTTK III 1.1.
ili i eaaed late "i l 'a.....'uunt>. 1 loi Ida
i" ili" County Judge* i.t Hade C'otin-
t>. ;in i file thi na i e In their offii
" the i '"'in i ..: .....-,. in i M.i.
I'ounty, Florida, within .-i\ id cal-
endar m..mil- ;i..ni the date of tin-.
. or the mi me
i i.\ be barre I.
BERTHA HHCl.lA WHITE
Exei itrlx
1 Ii '!.!.in. i ;..iii-;,iti ,\- i 'acsler
Atl.....i -
12303 u em I lagler Street
.Mi i ml, Ki;i..n I-; ",-'";i >
II 17-84, 12'1-J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undenslgned, desiring t<> engatce in
; 11 -111 ~ under the fictitious nunte ol
DADE WATER CMNIC al mi; W.
Flakier St.. Miami intends to reglfter
said name with the t.'lerk of the (.'ir-
ill Court ol Dade County, Florida.
PURE WATER PRODUCTS. INC.
By: David Berman, President
OEO. II SAM.KY & R. PAUL.
Attornej- for
i'nr- Water Products, Inc.
II 17-24. 12 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring tu engaii
'wi un i, ; the fictltiouii nam<
ATLANTIC WATER CLINIC al I "'
W I- ._..' s MIn i intend* i reg-
ister mild :.*m with thi Cli if tin
'I i ill Court of Dade County, K
PURE W VTER ": H "UCTS, IN'-.
By: David
SEO H SALLEY .v
am >ri
A
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Mtvst Wishes to the
t'lntirv Jptvish 4Community
DADE-GAS CORPORATION
IN THE C'RCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR DA IN CHANCERY.
No. 6'.C I 1857
4HKRMAN l" VT -
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VOl" CAUR K BATTS
d 11 ser vi
opj if An- : to dl
linl i .'-.1 : yo on thi
Ird da i I N emb< INI, bj the
: ney, ( lakli > I Sn Ith,
i 'i N W I'! Avenue, Miami, i :
Kile orlg nal wltl i' of thin
Courl o lefor 261 h day ol
i ;:. other* Ise 'ompln n i
will b. taken .- confee d bj you,
i: a LEATHERMAN
' ".i k -lii1 "it uii < 'un
(seal) By k M LYMAN,
Dei it) Clerk
I J'. 12 l--l".
NOTICE OF SALE
V i v
urnlsh A r -
u i si
v. city, n.-'.. v k
hereb) III .. i thai t he
Hoti [re. b) virtue
din i '. Lien rordam th
f the S h .-I I... -.\ ill
low ng i -. to-wll
.i. -
IIC \ v .-
Vlo lei i:
' "1 Play ;
Ijldles' :-' I -
11 g s
I Shoes
f will be n Jai
a Bomb
n Mi and '' ill n> Avenue, Ml-
ii i. Florida
H.IANuF'P. WALI IR S MTMAN
i i e) .- for I i. .
I.in... n Ka leach
l2'l-8-i:.-22
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
N'DTU'E IS HEREBY tilVEN tint
' virtue of Chapter HT'* of ci. rlda
Statutes Annotated (1941), Ware
and Warehouse Receipts,
wherein ACE-R.B VAN LINES, INC.,
1 Fl'irl orpoi Ltlnn, i>v virtue of Its
waiehous. lien, has ii it- possession
Hot Ing d ied propert) i
Household Goods As the propert)
' ihn lark. 6429 8.W. 'intti Ave.,
" M nn i; F:i! > C i.iel.l. HI 11 S.W
I *"h T. i,i".. an Miami: Virginia
u -iiiimt<,n. f.( N W '.'tii St'v.-i, Mi-
""i: atui rhat on 'he 2xtti day of De-
er, 1961, during the lenal hours
"' -ai., mainly between 11:00 fore-
"""II aid l':(mi i-: the afternoon al
fl ,; ,Nw 24th Aven .e. Miami. I
Ida, in., iinderaiai .! -hall offer for
to the highest Miller for rash
' 'i"i t ijji i. <-. I'll .'ii propert)
'- the ..ii. rtv of John Clark. 64M
S.W. .;n, i, Av Vl ,,i: Klla < 'o
s.w g4th Terrace, Bo. Ml-
1 Virginia Washington, 614 N v.
q"' St.....t, Miami.
I'aied al Miami, Florida, this 87th
"i November, 1961.
ACE-R.B, V a LINES, INC
12'1-S
IN THE CiRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JJD'C'AL CIRCUIT IN
"VND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR DA 'N CHANCERY.
NO. B1C 12125
PHE RRl ii KLYN V INGS B VNK,
, \. a Yo m-. ( orporatl -.
Plain II
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INVE8TMKN I'S IN)R1'< RATION, a
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NOTICE 0- S^it
Tl 1 T I K 1 I.I I K.
KOHL,
I .'.:: .. v' '-
.: I .- '
Miami, Pai "I
YD IERKBY J ......hat
1 lied a -
,ou by l
: 1 url md
'- on
rnnerty. sit-
in: Fli r-
I
",'., :'.' '. :- ADDITION
TO MYR 1'LE Ri >VE .....ns. '
ordi a In Plat
Bo ik 57 at I Recoi
,,f i" i in ioi i ..
Togetl tii- following it -
propert) loca I in ai 1 permai
installed is a P Ins Improve-
ments un -' I land
Slid ts Door Tub Enclosure
Range O.E. Model No J-400-M
Ke : Model No LB-11
Washing Machine
Model No WA-350
To : are hereby required to serve, a
,.,,.,i of N"''r' answer 01 other plead-
II piaintlfl ittarneyei i< HN i>.
UKION ai u l.i-l U C. R'H.LINS.
l.'.O S E. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida,
i, Ranklin 1 -644 I, ind file the original
answer or pto the Offli "i
the t !lerk of said 1 m 01 bi fore
th,- :- day of December, 1961 If
you fall t" do bo, 1 decree pro con-
f.-- will be entered against you
t,.r th relief demanded i" the Com-
plaint.
WITNESS rrr) hand and Beal ol said
COUri al County, Flor-
ida t! 1- 21st da) "i Novembi 1. 1*61.
K r. l.i'.- '''HERMAN
Clerk .-1:1' "
B) > P iPELANl 1
1 t4. 12/1 -8-1!
OEETfNGS
ENFIBID S CAMERA SHOP
503 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone JE 1-3451
1339 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
Phone FR 3-7674
HAPPY HOLIDAY
from
Terr- Care & Daughters
BAY HARBOR
NURSERY
SCHOOL. INC
9500 Bay Harbor Terrace
UN 6-8357
GREETINGS .
ABRIC
2808 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
A. H SOROKA
DOROTHY SOROKA
A Subsidiary of Citizens Gas Company of Florida
BOTTLED GAS
& APPLIANCES
6940 NW 27th AVENUE
OX 6-2570
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"Meals on Wheels" HOME CATERERS
1040 NW 27th AVENUE NE 5-6319
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Friday. Dece- -.-
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UMOCt TWS STliC- **C CO^'ANT SUWV m OT^OOOt V*A HAXA5MRrTM OF FIOMA tAMi Of. ISAAC
832
<-/o L_commemorate tlie i^jreat
of the tj^mali (rvuse oj K^)il that
was ^JYept ^y^rflame for (Z^iafit
We at Food Fair Kosher Markets,
Join our Jewish Friends and Customers
in a Joyous Celebration of
Chanuka....The Feast of Rededication


t
hanuka Festival: Time for Greatness
_ ,_.,. The Importance of Fighting
dfewaslri Floradian For FreedoiI1 is pro(iaimed
licimi. Florida. Friday, December 1, 1961
Section C
""-"-*"*!
Paul R. Ryder, Consul General of Denmark
(third from left), accepts in behalf of the King
and Queen of Denmark a silver Menorah pre-
sented to their majesties in recent ceremonies
by the American Jewish Committee in appre-
ciation of Denmark's effective protection of its
Jewish population during World War II.
Making the presentation are (left to right) John
Slawson, executive vice president of AJC; Her-
bert P. Ehrmann, past president of the Commit-
tee; and Ralph Friedman, chairman of AJC's
foreign affairs department.
AND ANTIOCHUS LET HIS SOLDIERS LOOSE IN JUDEA
Celebration of Feast of Lights Seen
As Triumphant Victory Over Fear
By FRED STEIN
"THERE is nothing to fear but
fear." This is the meaning
o! Chanuka.
\ntibchus ruled over Asia Min-
i tiled with a ruthless hand.
"The god of his fathers he re-
led not and he regarded no
god but raised himself above
everything." says a Jewish his-
torian of that day.
His arrogance turned to ven-
geance and spite, when pursuing
his plans for the conquest of
Egypt. Rome quietly stepped in.
The Roman Senate had dispatched
Popilas Laenas with a message
for him to leave Egypt.
As a Central Human Need
Plates for hot Chanuka latkes. "So a sad story had a happy
ending, and the little Chanuka candle glowing m the dark
speaks to us of the greatest messages. Be not afraid.
"I would like a little time to
consider." said Antiochus Arro-
gant as he might be against the
Judaens. he knew better than to
challenge the power of Rome.
For answer to Antiochus. Popi-
las drew a circle in the dust about
him. "Before I step out of tins
circle, I must have your answer,"
he said.
Antiochus had no other re-
course but to withdraw his le-
gions.
His pride wounded, he found an
outlet for his passions by descend-
in^ on Judaea. He had heard
that many of the Judaeans were
pathetic to Rome. Antiochus
let his soldiers loose in Judea,
killing men. women and children,
burning homes and looting the
Temple of its golden candlesticks
and other treasures. He issued
a decree commanding the Ju-
daeans to cease the worship of
their faith and offer sacrifices to
swine. The priests were ordered
to eat swine flesh.
* *
The Lone Candle
Fear and panic seized the Ju-
daens. 'There was great mourn-
ing in the land." writes the Book
of Maccabees. "The princes and
elders mourned, the virgins and
young men were made feeble and
the beauty of women changed.''
All the darkness of the world,
the rabbis of old wrote, contem-
plating the Chanuka candle, can-
not extinguish the light of one
lone candle.
The lone candle that could not
Continued on Page 12-C
By MEIR CHARNIAK
IT is sometimes astonishing
and always illuminating to
discover h o w ancient holidays
renew themselves in our time;
how past traditions and events
take on new meanings and speak
to us across the ages.
For many years now, it has
been stated by Jewish spiritual
leaders, historians and sociolo-
gists that Chanuka is a minor
Jewish holiday, not to be mea-
sured against the major holidays.
Chanuka, after all does not pos-
sess the awesomeness of Rosh
Hashona or Yom Kippur: nor
does it have the "togetherness"
of Passover. Indeed, the litera-
ture on Chanuka is scant. There
is little music related to the holi-
day and except tor the miracle of
the cruse of oil burning for eight
days instead of one, Chanuka is
remembered and celebrated for
the military victory of the Macca-
bees over their Syrian oppressors
in 165 B.C.E., and the reclaiming
and rededication of the Temple
which had been defiled by the
Syrians and Greeks.
* *
Decision to Fight
Nevertheless, as we move into
the 1960's of this century, we.
Jews and non-Jews alike, are tak-
ing more serious cognizance of
Chanuka as a festival of deep
meaning. Many Jewish holidays
are purely religious, or are relat-
ed to the agricultural cycle in
ancient Palestine (and modern Is-
rael). But Chanuka, almost more
than any other fete, proclaims the
importance of fightingeven if
hopelesslyfor freedom. It hap-
pened, in this case, to be religious
freedom. But it is the kind of
fight with Which we of the twenti-
eth century are familiar. We see
counterpart of the Chanuka story
almost every year somewhere on
the face of the earth.
What, after all, is the Chanuka
Story? It is the tale of a small
group of men who are outnum
bered and persecuted by the oc-
cupying forces in their homeland.
They are not permitted to observe
their faith, but they are encour-
aged to live freely under a
strange way of life. That is to
say, if they are willing to she I
their Judaism, they can live com
fortably. It sounds like a familiar
pattern, doesn't it?
If they fight, the odds are great
that they will be defeated, hu-
miliated and crushed. Their op-
ponents are the best and most
powerful soldiers in the world
In addition, many fellow Jews
already have succumbed to the
alien power and have found the
new faith interesting and in
triguing. What is wrong, they
asked, with Hellenism, the Greek:
concept of living the full life?
Nothing, they reply, and they as-
similate happily.
But the hard coreand there al-
ways seems to be such a core,
not only among Jews, but also
among other peoplesdecides to
fight. There is a confrontation
in a little town called Modin, a
town never again prominent in
history. Today, it is a name on
the map of Israel, with scarcely
any people there, with no land-
marks or monuments. Yet it was
in Modin that an old man, who
had five stalwart sons, defied the
Syrians who attempted to force
him. and his people, to bow to
strange gods. The incident of
Mattathias and his five sons has
been retold again and again, in
story and in poetry. This is the
easy part of the story, one which
Continued on Page 13 C
The Jewish chaplain and his assistant, well-clothed against
the icy winds at a U.S. Air Force Base in Alaska, illuminate
the Menorah for Chanuka. Around the world, GIs observe the
Festival of Lights, as they observe all Jewish holidays, through
the programs of the National Jewish Welfare Board. "Thus,
Chanuka is timeless and Judah Maccabee, his father, his bro-
thers, and his followers symbolize all men who are ready to
take up arms for liberty."
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Historic Prayer Shawl Survives Auschwitz]
a prayer shawl, or tallis. that
^* bears mule testimony to the
most recent tragedy in Jewish his-
t ory has been presented to the
Jewish Museum oi" the Jewish
Theological Seminary by Rabbi
Abraham Feffer. The tallis was
Eiven to-Rabbi Feffej-hy Kazi-
mierz Smolen. w ho serves a.- di-
rector of the Museum of Oswiecim
(.Auschwitz). Poland, site of the
infamous Nazi concentration
cramp where millions went to
tlbe:r deaths.
The talli- was one of about 40
B till at the camp site, where they
v*.ere left by their former owners,
and was given to Rabbi Feffer
v% ith the wish that he would place
it in a suitable public institution.
in the United States, as one more
r eminder of the holocaust which
tlie western democracies dare not
forget.
Dr. Stephen S. Kayser, curator,
i -i accepting the gift on behalf
of the Jewish Museum, said, "This
t .ailis. with its message of the tn-
Lamph of faith even amid the hor-
ror of Auschwitz, will have a
place of honor in our collection
I hope it will always remind our
v-isitors of the importance of free-
dom of worship to the civilized
v^orld. and of our need to practice
t rue brotherhood if democracy it-
self is to survive."
Misleading Information
Rabbi Feffer. himself a survi-
vor of Auschwitz, spent many
raours at the camp site, studying
records and other documents in
an attempt to turn up new in-
formation about the camp, its
inmates, and its victims. His re-
search has led to the reuniting of
a t least one family, where the
p> a rents were not aware that the
infant daughter they had been
forced to abandon had actuallv
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Rabbi Abraham Feffer (left) presents a tallis found in AuvJ
witz to Dr. Stephen S. Kayser, curator of the Jewish Muse*
of the Jewish Theological Seminary.
survived He has also been able
to supply to survivors informa-
tion about dates on which parents
had died.
"Both Dr. Smolen and his wife
have been invaluable to me in
making my task easier, as have
the other members of the organi-
zation of former inmates of Ausch-
witz all of whom have been most
cooperative." said Rabbi Feffer.
He explained some of the techni-
cal difficulties of working with
records which were made delibe-
rately misleading, in an attempt
to hide frjm the civilized world
the enormity of the crimes which
they document. He brought back
with him photostats of many rec-
ords, among- them the page ot
the hospital record which sup-
plied the only scrap of informa-
tion he was able to find about his
own father, who died in the camp.
Othsr documents list, in three
columns, a block of number*,
date, and a place. These
lists complied by camp inmati
who constituted an underg.,
within the camp itself, and i
were smuggled out so that wii
24 hours radio audiences thro
out Free Europe knew thati
2.500 people taken from a ,,
town on a given date, i in this i.
stance. Rabbi Fetters own biri
place) 300 had been officially i|
mitted to the camp. By matclj
these lists with o"her data. Rial
Feffer was able to deduce Sal
many people in each "coum
ment" died en route, or
"exterminated" immediately
arrival.
Research like this being
sued by Rabbi Feffer will eul
historians of the future to
the facts on the concentrt
camp>. and on the Pear dest:
tion of East Eur ipean Jewry.
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Iday. December 1. 1961
fJewisti florid faun
Page 3-C
aluable Souvenir from a Trip to Broadway
By TRUDE DUB
OME call it the "Great White
Way."' others a "vulgar
lonky-tonk area." But to my 11-
liar-old daughter. Miriam, Times
miare at night was a fairy land.
eeohleH she stood at my side,
,r eyes dilated with wonder, as
Jhe watched the gaudy, glittering
Lhts cascading in a giant, ever-
Hianging kaleidoscope.
What of it that each dazzling
onstellatien spelled yet another
ommercial product? Such dis-
imination does not intrude upon
child's enchantment.
A stream of people, disgorged
|fom I he many theatres in the vi-
linity, carried us down Broadway.
last the many shops, open and
HoiiiK lively business at this late
Miriam can never resist buying
louvenirs; in fact she would hap-
pily confine all her foreign travel
. the "ift-shops in each country.
\n<\ what better hunting than
Broadway and what an invitation
the salesman when you have
['tourist" written all over you?
My attention was arrested by
1h< display of some unspeakably
Ihideons pottery, said to be Polish.
You a collector, ma'am?" A
Is:Iky voice broke upon my con-
(icmplation of so much wasted hu-
|man effort.
No.no!" 1 hastened to assure
|the salesman.

Gifts for Chanuka
Then it's high time you start-
led, ma'am, because there's only
I.-, limited number of these pieces
left and they increase in value
leach year." What a wonderful
opportunity for my heirs, I
thought, while making a quick
I get-away.
No sooner did I escape this per-
sistent gentleman when I found

Mrs. Simcha Rabinowitz (left), of Toms Rivers, N.J., newly-
appointed chairman of the Israel Executive of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America, accepts a bon voyage
gift a check for $50,000 which will help build the Beer-
sheba Vocational High School for Girls, from Mrs. Moses
Dyckman, of New York, national president. Mrs. Rabinowitz
accepted the gift prior to her departure on an extended stay
in Israel, where she will help guide operation of the network
of Mizrachi child-care, social service, and educational pro-
jects there. ________________
two "Dresden" figurines thrust
into my hands by another, equal-
ly efficient salesman. I nearly
dropped them with fright when
I realized that Miriam actually
wanted to buy them for me.
"For Chanuka." she wiilspered
and suggested that if I advance
the purchase price, she would pay
me back weekly a part of her
pocket money ... I do hope to
live to a ripe old age but a busi-
ness contract for 120 years seemed
a little bit unrealistic. The figu-
rines went quickly back onto the
counter and Miriam forcibly out
of the door.
She was soon comforted when,
a little later, 1 pointed out to her
a shop much more in her line of
business.
"Necklaces at 25 cents." said
Continued on Pago 15-C
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Friday. December 1. 1961
Jewish norkli&in
Page 5-C
man history. Each upheaval has
had its positive elements; has
made its contribution to the
march of history; has helped to
abolish old molds and shape new
ones; has urged man on toward
his destiny.
The revolution which took place
in Jewish life with the advent of
the state is different from all pre-
vious revolutions; in a sense it
epitomizes all other revolutions;
it is a revolution not in a land,
hut in history; it is not a revolu-
tion of class, but that of man,
1'iitailing his redemption.
* *-
World of Past
How else does one explain the
birth of the State of Israel in a
time and in a world imntersed in
iniquity and blood, and despite
its opposition? The force which
eliminated all obstacles was the
force of an idea aiming to be-
come fact; a dream, aiming to
become reality, if the world is to
survive.
Let us apprehend the world of
I he recent past:
An ancient people, a people that
has introduced Qod in the world,
implanted conscience in it, gave
it vision, taught it sanctity of life
is being exterminated, and it. the
world, does not lift a finger to
halt the murder.
.lews everywhere view the mur-
der with utter helplessness; a
third of the people gone, and the
shadow of death threatens the re-
maining: despair flows into Jew-
ish hearts.
But something happened. The
rule of evil is beginning to lose
Its force; it is beginning to re-
treat: after five bloody years it
fills prostrate. Jews mourn the
greatest devastation of all time.
What next?
And from the valley of death
nses song the greatest in all
of Jewish history. Before the
eyes of a world in amazement.
which has viewed the destruction
of a people with indifference, the
Israel's textile exports, which were less than S6 million an-
nually five years ago, are expected to reach the S27 million
level this year with the aid of Israel Bonds. "The force which
eliminated all obstacles was the force of an idea aiming to
become fact. ."
people rises again in the form of
a state and wonder of won-
ders the shadows of despair
vanish from the Jewish sk>.
Not only has the state rekindled
hope in Jewish hearts, but has
managed to unite Jews of all
shades, in all corners of the
world, and give renewed purpose
and direction in the march to-
ward destiny.
Spiritual leathering
With the advent of the state a
revolution occurred on the whole
front of Jewish life. The historic
Jewish idea has proved vital.
Millennial suffering has been re-
warded. The constant rise of the
Jewish people, at various periods
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in history, out of the depths of
despair, has proven its eternity
and has asserted its unique
march toward the realization of
an idea national and universal.
I do not know whether physical
kibbutz galuyot (ingathering of
the Jewish people) w.ill ever be
realized; I do not know whether
it is necessary to move all Jews
to Israel, or how practical it is.
Actually ingathering of a kind is
now taking place. Jews from all
over the world are already in Is-
rael, and more will come. The
problem in Israel now is not the
ingathering, but the fusing to-
gether of people into one entity.
It is one of the numerous prob-
Continued on Page 14 C
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TEN German community and
youth leaders the first
German delegation to share in an
unprecedented exchange program
with an American Jewish organ-
ization arrived in New York
City last month to tour seven
American cities in a study of
American community life and all
aspects of civic affairs, citizen-
ship, and democratic attitudes.
The exchange program with
West Germany was initiated in
July. 1960 when ten members of
B'nai B'rith and the Anti-Defa-
mation League made a similar
study of community organiza-
tions and problems of democracy
in Germany. Alexander F. Mil-
ler, the League's national direc-
tor of community services who
led the American Mission last
year, is director ol the exchange
program.
The German delegauon repre-
sents a cross-section of young
German leadership. Among its
members all less than forty
years oldwere a Catholic priest
and an Evangelical minister, a
social worker, three educators,
an army lieutenant, and a gov-
ernment oflicial concerned with
civic affairs and human rights.
* *
Facilitating Mutual Attitudes
Members of the German dele-
gation were able to see first-hand
the American system of volun-
tary organization. They learned
how Americans, as private citi-
zens, organize and work together
in behalf of their democratic be-
liefs through civic organizations
ranging from Parent-Teacher
Assns. to civil rights groups. This
system has been the great bul-
wark against the anti-Semitism
that has plagued Germany in the
past.
The exchange program was
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New York City. The worldwide rescue and resettlement
agency reports that they are part of the stepped-up number
of persons thus far aided this year. Now providing miqTatio:
aid at a pace 50 percent higher than anticipated, the agency
says there is a good possibility the increased tempo will risj
to 70 percent by the end of 1961.
first proposed by Benjamin R.
Epstein, national director of ADL.
and Nathan C. Belth. ADL public
relations director, after a study
tour of German attitudes toward
democracy. One of their recom-
mendations called for the expan-
sion of a "fruithful. informal cul-
tural exchange of civic leaders
to reinforce democratic growth." I
The West German foreign oHicil
accepted the idea as one means I
of facilitating understanding anil
mutual attitudes in the UnittjJ
States and Germany
During their American tour.l
the German delegation visited!
and studied the workings of both!
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+Jewish fkridHictn
Page 7-C
ctional and local organizations
pncorned with human relations
o b 1 c m s and civic aifairs.
Imonfi them are the Anti-Defa-
jiation League of B'nai B'rith,
[i( National Assn. for the Ad-
incement of Colored People, the
|rban League, the National Cath-
Lr Weltare Assembly, the Amer-
[an Civil Liberties Union, the
eaguc of Women Voters, the
ig Women's Christian Assn.,
r.d others. In the course of three
;;\> in Washington, they met
ilh several American congress-
men.
The ten members of the Gcr-
lan exchange delegation were
|r. Albrecht Beekel, director of
he Catholic Social Academy of
e Diocese of Muenster; Clem-
is Christians, a high school
bather: Joachim Denso. political
dence student and editor at the
pee University of Berlin: M^xi-
lilian von Gallwitz, CalhoHc
haplain and youth leader; Har-
Ik; Kirchner, teacher at the Uni-
fersity of Bonn and lecturer on
ti-Semitism; Manfred Klein,
ifficial of the Bundeszentrale fur
JoimaUdienst, federal agency
Joncerned with civic education;
Verner Krause, an Evangelical
unister; Karl-Hcinz Mayer, so-
:ial and youth worker; Hans Gcr-
karri Schmidt, now a first licu-
rnant in the Bundcswchr; and
)r Hans Bernhard Graf von Sch-
mnilz, press officer in the Ger-
man press and information of-
let.
+ *
Biographical Data
The full German delegation
Ira* in New York City from Oct.
through Oct. 6; in Washington.
( trom Oct. 7 through 11.
11 m two-man teams, mem-
its visited Philadelphia, Boston.
tiicago, St. Louis and Atlanta
hjm Oct. 12 through 22. They
((assembled in New York on Oct.
prior lo their return to Ger-
|;: \ on Oct. 26.
T>r Beekel. director of Ihe
Catholic Social Academy of the
diocese of Muenster, is an expert
in youth education and co-editor
of the periodical "Adult Educa-
tion." He is a graduate of the
Universities of Muenster and Fri-
bourg (Switzerland) and a doc-
tor of law.
Clemens Christians, an instruc-
tor in history in a high school in
Paderborn, is Catholic and comes
from a family that was opposed
to Hitler. In lU4*t. his fatbea~was
arrested by the Gestapo for "ut-
terances hostile to the state"' and
sent to jail for six months. He
is interested in the promotion of
civic education. He is married
and the father of two children.
His wife is also a history instruc-
tor.
Joachim Denso. a twenty-seven
year old student leader lrom Ber-
lin, at present is completing his
Master's degree in political sci-
ence at the Free University of
Berlin. He is past chairman of
the German Student Editors
Assn. He is very interested in
the State of Israel, and was a
reporter at the Eichmann trial
lor the German Student Press.
Maximilian von Gallwitz, a
Catholic chaplain and teacher
from Bonn, during the war was
group leader of an illegal Boy
Scout organization in opposition
to the regime. He is spiritual ad-
viser for the "Deutsche Jugend-
kraft," the sports organization of
Catholic youth. He is a lecturer
in politics and civic affairs be-
fore youth audiences.
Harold Kirchner, instructor at
the Institute for Tax Law of the
University of Bonn, comes from
a family that rejected Hitlerism
for its racism.
Manfred Klein, deputy in the
Berlin City Parliament and sec-
retary of the (CDU) Christian
Democratic Union Party of that
city, was opposed to Hitler, and
in 1942 was arrested by the Ges-
tapo for his views. Married and
the father of three children, he is
an official in the Bundeszentrale
fur Heimatsdicnst, a parliamen-
tary organization that promotes
civic consciousness through pri-
vate initiative.
Werner Krause. a thirty-one-
year-old Evangelical minister
from Hamburg, is married and
the father of two children. He is
a specialist in youth work. He
comes from an anti-Nazi family
that was involved in the Twen-
tieth of July plot against Hitler.
Krause himself was tried by a
Hitler youth court for opposition
to the regime. His major intel-
lectual interest, apart from his
work, is the history and develop-
ment of the Jewish people and
the Jewish religion.
Karl-Hcinz Mayer, social work-
er engaged in youth work for the
rural county of Erbach, because
of the Social Democratic views
of his family, was politically sus-
pect by the Nazis. He is thirty-
four, married and the father of
three children. He belongs to
the Evangelical church and is
keenly interested in politics.
Hans Gerhard Schmidt is a
first lieutenant in the German
army. At twenty-seven, he is the
youngest member of the delega-
tion. Too young to have been
involved in the war, he is repre-
sentative of the new post-war
generation now emerging from
the universities. A graduate of
the University of Kiel, he is now
an information officer engaged
in explaining to German youth
the nature of democracy and the
necessity for its defense.
Dr. Hans Bernhard Graf von
Schweinitz is a press and infor-
mation officer for the German
Federal Republic. A graduate of
the University of Tuebingen, he
received his PhD in history un-
der Prof. Hans Rotfel, an out-
standing German historian. He
has been specially concerned
with questions of German-Jewish
relations.
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Freedoms Library in the nation's capital, hold ment of Neutralism" at the fifth in a recent
a preliminary chat with C. Gunasingham (left), series of Four Freedoms Library Roundtable
First Secretary of the Embassy of Ceylon, and events.
Those Who Have Become Jews by Choice
By IRENE MYERSON
ONSIDER this proposition: A
** person sincerely committed
to his religion as the best answer
to the infinite and challenging
problems of life and death should
seek to persuade others of dilfer-
ing religious faithsor none at
allto accept his faith.
In the United States, Christians
generally affirm this proposition
with little or no debate. They
support it both ideologically and
financially. The history of the
Christian church is in part a his-
tory of Christian missions not
only to the heathen in culturally
retarded countries but also to the
"unchurched" in this country.
Now consider this proposition:
A Jew sincerely committed to
Judaism as the best answer to the
infinite and challenging problems
of life and death should seek to
persuade others of differing reli-
gious faithsor none at allto
accept Judaism.
Well, now no. that's a different
matter, isn't it? After all. Jews
are a minority group. Let's not
kid anybody. Even it Jewish
missionary efforts to non-Jews
were done with the utmost skill
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+Jenist> H* ridden n
iind tact, they might give offense
tc the Christian majority. They
irnght even upset the harmony
t^at now exists between Catholics,
1 rotestants and Jews in America.
Besides, there is plenty to be
'one to make American Jews bet-
ler Jews. And, anyway, admit
i:ng that Judaism has an unparal-
I. led vision of a Messianic era and
system of thought and com-
mandments by which mankind
can achieve it, why load the equal-
ly factual burdens of being a
jiw on one whowhatever his
other problemsis free of these
special burdens?
*
Jewish Information Society
So goes the debate when the is-
e of Jewish missionary efforts
arises. And come up it does,
i r.ncipally because some Jews
have answered the proposition
with a strong affirmative and are
practicing what they preach.
The organized aspects of Jew-
ish missions to the American non-
Jew bear unobtrusive titles, ac-
Lording to Rabbi Marc H. Tanen-
l-aum, director of Interreligious
Activities of the American Jewish
Committee. For instance, there
is the Information and Consulta-
tion Center set up by the influen-
tial New York Board of Rabbis,
representing all three branches
of Judaism.
In 1959, an independent Jewish
information Society was set up in
< hicago by a group of Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform rabbis
and laymen with the announced
^oal of uniting "all the people of
the world in a commitment to the
One Universal God and the
brotherhood of Man." Subsequent-
ly, the Society opened an office
in Los Angeles.
Prior to the establishment of
these Jewish groups, the main
tonversionist agency was the Uni-
ted Israel World Union, an aftili-
ate of the Israeli World Union for
ilie Propagation of Judaism. The
American activity is a hobby of
Page &C
........ i
^ iianu A-.i
C ha link a commemorates
and celebrates the first seri-
ous attempt in history to pro-
claim and champion the
principle of religio cultural
diversity in the nation. The
primary aim of the Macca-
bees was, as we have seen,
to preserve their own Jewish
identity and to safeguard for
Israel the possibility of con-
tinuing its traditional mis-
sion. Though inspired, how-
ever, by the particular situ-
ation of their own people,
their struggle was instinct
with universal implication.
Rabbi Samuel Umen.
a Jewish journalist, David Horo-
witz.
Probably the two most active
protagonists for Jewish missiona-
ry efforts in the United States
are David Max Eiehhorn, a Re-
form rabbi, and Robert Gordis,
a leading Conservative rabbi and
scholar. Rabbi Eiehhorn has been
pushing a program of proselytism
for many years. He and Rabbi
Gordis have contended, in both
written and spoken addresses,
that Judaism was a missionary
religion throughout the Roman
Empire period. Rabbi Gordis has
cited the historian Lecky to the
effect that at one Ume some 2,-
000.000 Roman citizens had been
converted to Judaism and that
only the threat of the death penal-
ty by the Emperor Hadrian, plus
some later Byzantine decrees,
forced the abandonment of such
proselytizing.
The American Kelorm move-
ment has been most interested
and active in such efforts. The
founder of the movement, Rabbi
Isaac Mayer Wise, endorsed the
idea in 1889. Sixty years later.
Rabbi Leo Baeck urged the World
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Union for Progressive Judaism to
recapture the 'mission of Ju-
daism." In 1950. the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, af-
ter much urging by Rabbi Eieh-
horn. established a 'Committee
on the Unaffilia ted." The com-
mittee was instructed "to study
practical means of extending the
influence and acceptance of the
Jewish religion."
The committee has prepared
tract material, presented Ju-
daism on radio and television and
has organ ized congregational
preaching missions "to enlighten
both Jew and non-Jew."
+ *
Convarts to Judaism
Similarly, the New York Fede-
ration of Reform Synagogues
conducts a course "for the prepa-
ration of prospective converts to
Judaism." In 1955, H;ibbi Daniel
Davis, director of the federation,
said that more than 145 men and
women had enrolled for the
course during the year.
What has ail this activity pro-
duced in meeting its goals? Rab-
bi Tannenbaum cites the finding
of a survey of rabbis indicating
that some 2,250 Christians con-
vert to Judaism annually in the
United States. The figure in-
cludes both those non-Jews who
come into Judaism on their own
initiative as well as those brought
into the fold by the few and mod-
est conversion programs. Since
the sponsors of the organized ef-
forts are understandably reluc-
tant to provide numerical data on
the results of their programs,
there is no way to determine how
many of the 2,250 come on their
own initiative and how many are
converted by organized efforts.
There is some indication that
most of them come on their own
initiative but against this must
be noted the fact that the organ-
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and unaggressive by design. Per-
haps this is just about all that
even the tolerant pluralistic
American society will permit.
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The Flood of Chanuka Candles from Israel
By DAVID BENJAMIN
rROM Bangor, Me., and Boston
to Los Angeles and San Fran-
cisco and all the way in between,
wherever in a Jewish household
the little Chanuka candle is kin-
dled, the chances are that it will
be an Israeli make. A little light
from Israel will penetrate hun-
dreds of thousands of Jewish
homes here.
According to the Statistics De-
partment of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, candles and Mcoo-
rahs have become a substantial
item of Israeli exports. It is es-
timated that 70 percent of the
Chanuka candles in use in the
United States will be of Israeli
make.
Some of this may be due to
sentimental reasons associated
with religion, but basically, ac-
cording to dealers, practical rea-
sons account for the increasing
popularity of the Israeli candle.
It is a better Chanuka candle.
Tradition has it that when Ju-
das Maccabeus reentered the
Temple, he found only enough oil
for one day, but it miraculously
lasted for eight and so for eight
nights we kindle the Chanuka
candles. The present Israeli
Chanuka candles have no such
miraculous potency, but they
burn longer than the ordinary
candle. It is made to burn slow-
er.
* *
Greater Attractiveness
Place a row of eight candles
burning together, said one deal-
er, and the heat of one will ac-
celerate the burning of the others.
They will melt very fast, and so
burning slow as the Israeli candle
does, is on important considera-
tion.
Also, the dealer added, the Is-
raeli candles are dripless and
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in.Miiinii
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Ellstein and Morton Wishengrad, is based on an ancient
Yemenite tale dealing with man's struggle for personal right-
eousness. The opera was presented in October by Directions
'62, a joint production of the Jewish Theological Seminary of
America and the American Broadcasting Co.
gotten up more colorfully. The
buyer will have to pay a few
cents more, but Chanuka comes
only once a year.
The greater attractiveness also
accounts tor the great increase in
the sale of Israeli Menorahs in
the U.S. Some years back, short-
ly after the creation of the Jew-
ish State, and the Negev was first
beginning to be explored, many
looked despairingly at the great
stretches of its sand. What could
be done with this sand? it was
asked.
An Israel Bond leader picked up
a handful of sand and said "Is-
rael may find gold in these
sands.''
The manufacture of Menorahs
from these sands is proving the
truth of this prediction. The sands
are being used in the ceramic in-
dustries. _.
Dealers say the Israeli manu-
facturers, abreast of the devel-
opment of modern art, have in-
troduced abstract and modernis-
tic designs appealing to the art-
loving as well as the religious.
There has been a substantial sale
of Israeli made Menorahs among
non-Jews. One very popular type
of Menorah has come to be known
as "The Baptist."
It got its name a few years
back following a convention of
Baptist ministers in Baltimore,
when one of the ministers going
shopping bought an Israeli Me-
Continued on Page 11-C
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*Jewisti noridiain
Page 11-C
On Discovering What Makes a Miracle
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
QN Chanuka. lighting t h e
^ candles we recall the bles-
sing "the miracles wrought in
those days at this time of the
But miracles are always hap-
pening. In 1917. almost the same
kind of miracle occurred as in
Maccabean days.
It was during the first World
War. The British had promul-
gated' the Balfour Declaration
promising a Jewish Homeland,
but what did it amount to? Lake
Walter Reuther promising some-
one Rockefeller's money. The
Turks had Palestine and the
Turks weren't promising the Jews
anything but trouble. Such men
as Ben-Gurion and Ben-Zvi were
expelled from Palestine by the
Turks. Hundreds of Jews were
arrested and tortured by the
Turks. The Jews were on the
side of t h e British, of course.
Heroic Sarah Aaronson hung out
her clothes line to signal the Bri-
tish. She was caught by the Turks
and tortured so much she killed
herself. The Jews badly required
a miracle.
Chanuka Latkes
Lloyd George who had helped
bring about the Balfour Declara-
tion picked General Allenby from
a distant front to command the
battle in the Near East. The gen-
eral wasn't very Zionistic in the
beginning although later he be-
came so and they named Allenby
Street in Tel Aviv after him.
When he first came to Palestine,
he wrote his wife about the dif-
ferent kinds of birds there. He
was very much interested in birds
and also the camels fascinated
him. He saw them eating sharp
spined cactus. He wondered how
they could do it.
knives.
Like eating
Allenby's army began making
headway. Sooner or later it would
take Jerusalem, but how came it
that he entered the city exactly
on -ClwNU)k*momingT*- -~- *
The explanation is that his
cook, his mess sergeant on the
morning before Chanuka, woke
up feeling he would like to have
ham and eggs for breakfast.
Around Chanuka time, he should
have wanted latkes. But the
mess sergeant wasn't a Jew. Still,
he should have known better than
to want that. For some time, as
I remember, stories had been ap-
pearing in the American news-
papers about the starvation rag-
ing in Palestine. The British army
had taken along with them a sup-
ply of meats, but an egg m Pales-
tine was a museum piece.
But this mess sergeant some-
how couldn't get it out of his head
how nice it would be to have
some anijlo and behold, as he had
about come to the conclusion that
it was wiser not to waste time on
such a futile ambition, he heard
a rooster crowing.
"Ho-Ho," he said, "If there is
a rooster, can chickens and eggs
be far away?" He ran outside
to find the rooster and saw not a
rooster but a man waving some-
thing white. It was a messenger
from the Mayor of Jerusalem of-
fering the surrender of the city.
Why did the rooster crow just
at this particular time, so as to
make it possible for Allenby to
re-take Jerusalem on Chanuka
morning?
It was a miracle. As Shake-
speare said, there are more things
under heaven and on earth than
are dreamed of in your philoso-
phy. Horatio.
Ben-Gurion once said you have
to work hard to make a miracle
We don't really understand about
these things Picasso says that
to paint a masterpiece, you have
to close your eyes and sing. May-
be something like that is neces-
sary to make a miracle. No
doubt, science some day, will find
out just what it is that makes a
miracle tick.
Chanuka Candles from Israel
Continued from Page 10-C
norah. His colleagues saw it and
one told the other and now deal-
ers commonly speak of this par-
ticular type as "The Baptist."
The Menorah is probably the
oldest Jewish symbol. It ap-
parently antedates t h e Mogen
David. Long before King David,
we are told in Scripture that the
Tabernacle in the wilderness had
a huge Menorah. The Menorah
in the Temple of Jerusalem, ac-
cording to the Talmud, was made
of gold and was six feet high.
When Titus conquered Jerusa-
lem, he took the Menorah with
him and was so proud of his tro-
phy, that on the arch he had con-
structed in Rome, celebrating the
victory over the Jews, he had en-
graved a picture of Roman sol-
diers carrying the Menorah.
What became of this Menorah?
Many have puzzled over this
question. It is said that the van-
dals who sacked Rome, carried
it to Africa and that, in later
wars, it was carried back and de-
posited in some crypt of a Christ-
ian church and someday, it may
be rediscovered.
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A Triumphant Victory Over Human Fear
Continued from Pag* 1-C
be extinguished but instead light-
ed others, shone in a small vil-
lage of Modin. thirty miles north--
west of Jerusalem, in the person
of the fearless old priest Matta-
tfiias and his five sons.
'Even if all the nations fall
away from their fathers. I. my
sons and my brothers will remain
true to the covenant of our faith."
he said to the officer of Antiochus
when it was demanded that he
sacrifice to the heathen foil
When he saw another Judaean
approach the altar and offer such
sacrifice, he and h:s sor.>. armed
with long knives, fell or. the sol-
diers and overwhelmed them
"Whoever is zealous for the
covenant let him follow me.'" he
called out. A small number of
the fatth.ful gathered. The little
candle had kindled other candles.
An old man. Mattathias. was
soon to die but he left his sons to
continue the battle, conferring
the leadership upon Judas, sur-
named the Maccabee | Hebrew for
hammer1. "Now therefore, my
sons." he said dying. "Be ye
zealous for the Law and give your
lives for the Covenant of your
fathers Be ye valiant and show
yourself men Fear not death,
for if ye die in the battle, ye shall
receive reward."

A Happy Ending
Judas Maccabeus was described
by a contemporary as a man who
was like a raging lion in battle
but like a dove of gentleness in
peace.
Judas Maccabeus successfully
continued the guerilla warfare
which his father had initiated and
the number of his followers grew
with each victory- His forces
were always greatly outnumbered
and out equipped by the enemy
forces, yet he offset these disad-
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Singing in a new land, they sing "Moaz Tzur" with th- : i
fidence of a people returned following a modern mirc^
the founding of the State of Israel.
vantages by continually surpris-
ing the enemy troops, falling on
them when they were off guard.
The anger of Antiochus mount-
ed. Previously he had sought
simply to wipe out the Jewish
faitfi. Now he proposed to wipe
out the people as well. He sent
his top military man. General
Gorgius. with a formidable force
of chariots, elephants and horses.
The general was so confident of
victory that he invited ti-.e stave
dealers to come to the bu" i
at Emmanus with money artd
chains to bear away the captive
Jews into slavery
But General <5orgiu had
another one of his little surprises.
When he arrived at the piac*
where he expected to do battle,
there wasn't a Jew to be -
Aha. he said. Juda- Ifa >eui
Continued on Page 14-C
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fJewisti FhridHimn
Page 13-C
Chanuka Festival is a Time for Greatness
Continued from Pjge 1-C
itself to glorilica'.mon. But
la not why Charauka is
ted today by Jews with such
. y It is rather ittie battle
, inst hopeless odds for an ideal
! t :o the hearts o( men.
' may have been true that Hol-
-m was attractive. fc>ut it is
re .mpurtant to yield t-0 no one
n freedom of worship is eon-
ned. We cannot allow our-
to succumb to ^powerful
- that try to male h we do not wish to do.
need not,conform, if we don't
! he-idea. We tan f ightwe
wellwe can winor
i And we can .
can lemenstrate our w ill-
do battle for com
riant as r>a"eacl and
, tied thai the 1-iarcl-core
Led by Judai Macca-
i '. who developed into a mili-
i n.us, the Jews refined
errilla warfare. They took ad-
i nage ol their knowledge of the
' Js and wadis of Palestine They
'.ruck at night. They w>ve their
\>ay into and out of enem > camps.
Kiey outthought their comiplacent
ues. They planned their forays
tarefully. They fought so well
ibat in later generations, military
juademies placed theses battles
ttlore their students. In our own
time, the Jews of Israel struck
against their Egyptian foes (in
i!*56) and these battles, too, have
tun studies at West Point and
f'.her military schools.
* t
Victory in tt* Etv-d
That the victory of the Macca-
Uts led to the establishment of
t h e second Jewish Common-
wealth, is. in a sense, incidental
to this story. What remains is
These youngsters at a Jewish Community Center join in the
trar.Uicnal kindling of the Chanuka ca.nd.es. ". any I
men decide to fight for their freedom is a time 101 greenness '
the excitement oi choice: slavery
or freedom N< ver mind that the
Ma\cry was not actual slavery,
but only ideological. The "only"
is, in this case, a vital word. What
counted to these ancient Jews was
freedom. Men have fought for
freedom since sometimes suc-
cessfully, and sometimes in vain.
But the Maccabees, who began
with a small group of men, gained
adherents to their cause. Slowly,
the army expanded. More and
more Jews joined the forces of
the Maccabees, for victory engen-
ders enthusiasm and faith. The
enemy, with vast resources,
mounted heavy attacks against
the Jews. But in the end, the
Jews won. And with their vic-
tories freedom itself was un-
shackled. It is, at this stage of
the story, unimportant that the
events took place so long ago.
What remains with us is the
image of a band of brave men
making a critical choice. They
elected to die for freedom. They
died, some of them. But enough
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and impresses upon u.s thai any
time men decide to fight tor their
freedom Is a time tor greatness.
Notice how this Chanuka story
is not out of date, how we can
change a w o r d here or there,
make a few geographic changes,
a handful of alterations in names
and we are set in our own time.
Thus, Chanuka is timeless and
Judah Maccabee, his father, his
brothers and his followers sym-
bolize all men who are ready to
lake up arms for liberty. Unhap-
pily, the necessity always exists,
for freedom is never completely
with us. The Jews in Israel, like
citizens in other lands at the pres-
ent, are ready to do battle for
their freedom. And, whether they
are aware of it or not, they are
emulating the Maccabees of old,
whose exploits, dreams and am-
bitions we mark during the holi-
day of Chanuka.
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Friday. December 1, 1961
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Things About Israel That are Different
Continued from Page 5-C
tems Israel is grappling with.
It can. however, be stated with
certainty that spiritual ingather-
ing has been achieved. There's
no Jew in the world today, with
the exception of an insignificant
few, whose heart does not beat
for the Jewish State; and it could
not be otherwise.
The existence of the Jewish
State opens wide possibilities for
a fertile education of young Jew-
ish generations in the Diaspora.
The idea and meaning of the
state needs only to be formulated
in its proper historic sense, in its
ideologic perspective, and with
necessary effort brought to Jew-
ish generations, young and old,
for the spark of perennial Jew-
ish idealism to burst into flame,
shedding light not only upon the
state, but upon the people of the
world.
Where else in the world is there
an army whose dream is peace,
whose military code is the scrip-
tures, whose desire is not to
destroy but build?
* *
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Israel has built up an army
with the idea of abolishing all
armies.
Where else is the army imbued,
together with military theory
and practice, with the ideals of
the prophets?
He who stands on Israeli soil,
visitor or resident, and does not
feel that a synthesis of East and
West takes place there, which
will give birth to a new song
a song as old as the world and as
new as the morning sun has
not yet grasped Israel its pres-
ent and future.
In Israel you come face to face
with a dynamism whose equal is
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The story of Balaam as interpreted by Shalom of Safed.
septuagenarian Israeli primitive artist, whose first designs
seven years ago were executed with children's crayons.
hard to find anywhere in the
world. Generations of pent-up en-
ergy is unloaded there to build
roads, factories, houses, hospit-
als and school. But behind all
this, the third, the inner ear, ap-
prehends an old-new melody
straining through the whole of
Jewish history the song of the
free man.
Standing for the first time on
Israeli soil I had the rare idling
and an inner voice has prompted,
that with the continued growth of
the state things will straighten
themselves out, mistakes com-
mitted will be rectified, the uni-
versal mold will be forged to
give valid expression to state
and people, and emerge before
the eyes of an amazed world as
an example of a just society.
Triumphant Victory Over Fear
Contiuuod from Pago 12-C
had gotten chicken and had run
away.
But Judas Maccabeus had mere-
ly led his army around the rear
of the enemy and soon had them
in confusion and flight. The
enemy running away left great
quantities of military equipment
and the slave merchants in their
haste to get away dropped their
wallets of money, with which
they had expected to buy the
Jewish captives for slaves.
So a sad story had a happy end-
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glowing in the dark speaks to us
of the greatest of messages. Be
not afraid.
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Continued from P?.-j 3-C
the notice in the window. Inside
however we were told that the
necklaces were part of a set ot
three pieces that could not be
parted; a necklace, earrings and
a toilet. a.U5 cent*.each. This
upset Miriam's calculations, but.
undaunted, she started to negoti-
ate with the young assistant. In
the end her blue-eyed charm won
and Miriam was allowed to pur-
chase three necklaces without al!
the other pieces.
But at this moment, the princi-
pal intervened. A big, burly fel-
low, with black hair and dark
complexion, he said brusquely in
a loud voice:
"You can't do that! What am
I to do with the earrings and
bracelets, if everybody takes the
necklaces? It's either the set or
nothing."
Miriam's lower lip started to
tremble and knowing that tears
were not far away, I stepped for-
ward.
"But your assistant said she
could have the necklaces ."
"He is no good," the proprietor
waved his hand in deprecation.
"He is a Jew."
My blood pressure rose "You
better be careful what you say__
I too am Jewish "
The big frame of the shopkesp-
er shook with uncontrolled laugh-
ter he was nearly choking with
it.
Full of rage and embarassment
I took the child by the hand and
turned to go.
* *
Silver Mezuzzah
"Wait a minute." called the
man alter me and with a leap he
barred my way. The situation
was getting nasty. What do I
do now fight my way out or
shout for help?
Ambulance crews from Mogen Dovid Adorn, the Israel Red
Cra*. were on duty throughout the recent Maccabiah in Tel
NWahiiJork-*e organization won warm praise from
Maccabrah promoters for its swift work in caring for injured
With a sudden, quick movement,
the man reached into the open
neck of his shirt and pulled out
... a silver mezuzzah on a thin
chain.
"A little joke,"
goodnaturedly, his
with merriment,
were Jewish the
came in and this
he added, pointing
David on Miriam's
he explained
eyes twinkling
"I knew you
moment you
confirmed it,"
to the Magen
neck.
We shook hands with "Shalom
Aleichem Aleichem Shalom"
and exchanged life stories. I told
him we were on a visit from Eng-
land he originated from Brazil.
As by now we were the best of
friends, he thought he would of-
fer me "a real bargain"a mu-
sical box this time. Lovingly he
wound it up and ecstatically
closed his eyes, rocking his head
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to and fro and swinging his free
arm in time with the twinkling
tune .
It was the hardest thing in the
world to decline the offer and I
felt really mean. But he was
magnanimous and let Miriam
have her necklaces just the same.
Some weeks later, I was given
one of them for Chanuka. By
then, we were back in England.
"Please. Mummy, will you for-
get what I paid for it?" said my
daughter, handing me the present
carefully wrapped in tissue paper
I could hardly promise her that,
for whenever I look at the neck-
lace, I only remember the lights
of Times Square reflected in her
eyes, the twinkling of the musical
box and the warmth of a meeting
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A MODERN CHANUKA TALE
Uewish Floridian The Magnificent Danes:
How Their Resistance
Wrought a New Miracle
Miami. Florida, Friday, December 1, 1961
Section D
-^piritiicxl J rintnp'%
IN PICTURES: Aftermath of Jewry's twen-
tieth century Chanuka miracle the ulti-
mate triumph over Nazi tyranny. During
the Adolf Eichmann trial in Jerusalem,
Jonah Mach. crt teacher at the Hebrew
University High School, asked his 12-to-
j 5-year-oid students to paint their re-
actions to the terrible events recounted in
the testimony. From his request resulted
a series of paintings oi such imagination
end power that they heve excited interest
far beyond the borders of Israel. The
pointings shown heie are part of a series
oi 29 brought to the U.S. by the National
Council of Jewish Women. Many of the
students painted scenes of fiery destruc-
:ion; others, mocds of indignation and le-
sistence. But some were gentle: one little
rl painted a face much like her own,
weeping, on a memorial candlestick.
"The Beginning of the End: Prisoners."
"The First Jewish Fighter."
Mourning, Sorrow, Memory and Now Nt w Growth '
THE E'GHT-DAY Qfl TOO FAR OUT'?
The Search for a Lost Manuscript
o Tell the Festival of Lights Story
Ey BEN NATHAN
A Strange thing. The article 1
^* wrote tor this Chanuka. for
'.'.- very space you are reading
ill now. was stolen or. rather, mis-
; ypropriated from the bureau on
which it lay the night before the
c eadline, which is today, the day
! ,:m writing this second piece,
this Chanuka piece.
11 wasn't that the article was
stolen in any ordinary spirit. I
would suspect Chanuka articles
aren't ever stolen in an ordinary
spirit. But this one was a rather
extraordinary one. and a depart-
ure from any 1 had e*er prepared
lor any previous holiday. It was
;> garland, a listing of some lorty-
two adaptive quotations from a
tabbalisiic text, the Zohar. on
the subject of 'Light and Fire,"
all pertaining to the light that
burned in the Temple, the little
light in the oil, during the days
of the actual decimation.
It is probable that your editor
may have rejected the piece as
being what young people term
"too far out." In fact, I console
myself with the suspicion thai
the real root of its misappropri-
ation was prevention ol its re-
jection that is. it avoided what
may have been an even more
painful scene had it been reject-
ed. Bui lhat. 1 don I think, was
the key root for its misappropri-
ation. The key root was two-fold
the motive of Ihe misappropn-
alor and the nature ol esoteric
documents to get lost or be de-
stroyed because these were not
merely quotations. There are
other keys of course to its disap-
pearance (and, needless to say,
1 kept no carbons) but if 1 were
to dwell on these, and take those
roots down to their tips. 1 would
conclude with a metaphysical
tome if not an autobiography of
Ehockian character.
That of course would not be ap-
propriate to the Chanuka space
in this newspaper.

Similar Occurrences
But, then, neither is this per-
haps. And then, perhaps it is,
at least in this sense: that esoter-
ic constructions, whether they be
books or stone temples, are dan-
gerously short-lived and have a
manner of eluding their posses-
sors. I believe a man spent some
twenty !i\e years documenting
the language ol Esther island
from the last living member oi the
old order, and. on the way home,
the book sank. His story abounds
with similar occurrences. The
Tower of Babel, in some dimen-
sion, is representative ol this loss
of communication, and on this
level as well. My family, on my
mother's side, inhabited Safed
that is in Israel during the old
order too.
The elder there spent a lifetime
compiling probably the most
thorough Cabbalistic commentary
done in several hundred years.
During the Arab-Israel war some
marauders entered the holy town
and burned every carton of writ-
ing. Everyone I know who deals
in sacred works fears this de-
struction. The artists who have
regarded their labor in terms of
ritual have also suffered almost
Continued on Page 2-D
By HAROLD FLENDER
as the Eichmann trial unfolded,
" I tound thai (he story of Nazi
horror, despite its familiarity.
had not losl its power to shock.
What particularly depressed me
was the reminder of the apathy
and toleration and' sometimes
approval of Nazi bestiality by
many of the people of the oc-
cupied countries, including Aus-
tria, Poland, Czechoslovakia and
the Ukraine. The roll-call was
long and embraced much of Eur-
opt
And then one day. during the
trial, mention was made >>t Di n-
mark and how this small
cupiid country had saved vir-
tually its entire Jewish popula-
tion dining World War 11. The
mention was short, the >.
given brief. In October of 1943.
the Nazis decided to round up
Denmark's 8 000 .lews for ship-
ment to death camp-. The entire
country acted as an underground
movement to ferry the 8.000 to
Sweden. It was one of the few
times Eichmann had been frus-
trated, lie appeared in Cop >n-
hagen in a rage- but to no avail.
The J< s wi re sai i
I turned lo a book. "Octob i
1941 written bj Hage Berti I-
sen, a Danish pastor and -
li i : < r. II tells how he and his
wife organized an" undergi
in lhal v'. re
sibli or ettii indreds of
h lews to Swi
Isen had a simpli
.,. iski 'i he had i
his life to aid the Jew s: 1 n e
people were :i mdrtal dangei
alternative. We
had lo do hal we i
Note of Hope
Reading "October 1943"
firmed what I had suspected: the
storj oi Um Danish rescue of the
.lews was a welcome and heart-
warming testament of man's I
nianity to man. l felt that it of-
fi red a nole ol hope to offset the
i spair evok< d by the Kichmar.n
Iriaf testimony and lhat it should
ii.i.i (he widest audience posi I
- a lelc\ ision audience
I look Ihe idea lo the producer
.. ( BS-TV religious program.
I i k Up and I ,ive." lie ap-
.. d. We would j < lo Den-
and shoe: the sti j
ri. cumentary film using pei i
. d places ai lually involved. On
the v ay to Copenhagen, I
lercd whether I would find the
answer lo one question: why the
: fics and so few other r ople?
This i- whai 1 found out.
Germany occupied Denmark on
"Apr. 9. 1940. Alter a lew hours
ol fighting, ihe Danish forces had
to capitulate. Hitler spoke of the
Germans' Nordic brotherhood
with Ihe Danes, lie wanted Den-
mark to be his model protector
ate. King Christian X was al-
lowed to remain as the head oi
stale. The Danish parliament
was permitted to Function. The
Danish army, navy and police
force remained intact. It wasn't
Until Aug. 29. 1943 following a
series ol sabotage acts, including
the scuttling of the Danish fled
that the Germans decided to
lake over completely and rule
by decree.
* *
Opposition to Bigotry
In other German-occupied coun-
tries, anil Semitic laws wire
usually put into eflect immedi-
ately. In Denmark, the Germans
waited until the fall of 1943 be-
fore deciding to round up Den-
mark's .lews. Hitler's represen-
Thi report firal appeared in ihe
Oaober. 1961 (mik cj The AOL
Bu!!<:.
lalives in Denmark, particularly
his governor. Dr. Werner Best,
were conscious of Denmark's
long tradition of religious free-
dom, and knew that the Dar.es,
while generally a law-abiding
and slow-to-anger people, would
not tolerate persecution oi fellow
Danes who happened to be Jew-
ish. King Christian X had ling
made known his opposition lo
anti-Semitism, in January, 1941,
the Germans had tried to blow
up the synagogue in Copenhagen.
The next da\ the king made a
inal \ isit to the sj nagogue to
' the damage: he also nl
il n bbi a letter e tpres;. g his
rets al Ihe attempted desl rue-
lion.
In 1942, the Germans decided
der ihe wearing of the yel-
low star of David b> Denmark's
King Christian said lhal
should the order be enforced, he
and his entire family would wear
it ..- a sign of the highest distinc-
tion, The yellow Slar of David
was never introduced in Den-
mark. By Ihe fall ol 1943. how-
e\ i r, ihe Germans had decide I
' i prize of 8.000 J< u
worth ihe risk of offending Ihe
les.
In late September, 1943, w I
bed members of the Danish
list Party that the
> en eady :<> move .. am
'. A surprise raid was being
planned for Rosh Hashona Ihe
!' New Year. This
i as |......1 on to I he Jewish
in unity.
On (he day before Rosh Hash-
Rabbi Melchior, Chief Rao-
; ihe < 'openhagen synagi
to his congregation. "I told
i members that they had to
their homes immediately
hide in the homes ol G<
friends. Bui first, i told them,
you musl warn all the Jews you
know, and tell them to warn all
the Jews they know, lhal Ihey
musl hide."
Empty Houses
"The Germans had cul ofl all
in- sen ice in ihe city. But
thi wa iting was passed by word
'.! mi ith nol onl) bj Jews but
by Gentiles Anyone who knew
Jews warned them. and. more
i took them into their
hi to hide them from the
an:. I wenl into hiding al
; 11......: e of a 1 .utheran minisl r
Our Torah, eur holy books
, a idi labra wi re hidden in the
basi nit nt i : .i church."
when, on Rosh Hashona. 1943,
the <; e r in a n raided Je is i
homes in Copenhagen, Ihej found
Ihem empty. Furious, Ihey ar-
d top Danish army and navy
officers, offering to release them
in exchange for information lead-
ing io the whereabouts of the
Jews. Maj. Gen, Gortx, command-
er m-edict ol tne Danish armed
forces, told the Germans he
would nol accept the exchange
and voluntarily remained in an
internment camp at Elsinore,
Adm. Vedel, head of the Danish
navy, replied that he could sec-
no advantage lo exchanging one
Dane for another, lie. too, re-
mained in an internment camp.
The Germans issued stern warn-
ings hul the Danes remained
steadfast. Pastor Ivar I.ange ad-
dressed a group of confirmation
candidates in Frederikslmrg
Church: "Politics musl not be
discussed here, because it is pun-
ishable. In spite of this. 1 will
tell you that 1 would rather die
with a Jew than live with a
Nazi."
On Oct 3, 1943. the Danish
Lutheran Bishops sent a letter to
the German occupation officials
in Denmark. It was also read in
Continued on Page 8-D
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B. Gau-
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The
esti yed all her
The Chinese
esti >.. i rj sacred
et, art work ^nd religious
tract in Tibet.
the holy things, it seem-.
are vulnerable. All the sacred
labors are more tenuous than or-
dinary, and enjoy only the most
ephemeral guarantees of perpe-
tuity. Two Temples in Jerusalem
went in a comparatively short
time The holy ritual objects were
appropriated, and according to
some constitute the real treas-
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The ritual objects that are not
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irs thai have allowed
i -.:;.. through per-
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: jects oi ritual, ob-
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After all. could the Temple
t stayed nger than it
During those last two year* .:
most all such objects as I have
collected Hebraic and Tibetan
in particularhave fled, been
stolen or misappropriated, i r
whatever term one might wish to
superimpose upon their exit. Not
only objects, but many important
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Arriving in Israel ;above>, the land of freedom, where tha
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5. key I I literally
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Lise of the uncan-
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pr vent th<.- Departure.
1 hope I :.: r*v in*end-
ed art.cle shows up. If it does.
maybe we'll :..... :
matter will be receive betttt
next Chanuka
be a hundred
than this Char a i better
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Page 3-D
Insights into Life of an Israeli Composer
By MARIANNE ZEITLIN
THE other day we had an old
friend visit u>. A compatriot
and colleague of my husband He
the Israeli composer Ben-
Zion Ore ad Ben-Zion, who is the
viSOf 01 mutical education
i l-;;i. I. on .i Sabbatical this vear
from 'he Ministry, had received
;, fellowship from Brandeis L'ni-
versitj where he spent the past
-c-;:>'i^ In the Mimmcr he ha.i
been invited by Aaron-Copland to
Tanglewood where he won the
..;i Sagalyn Award for his or-
; ] composition "Kaleido-
Ik' i- also the winner of
1961 coveted Israeli Engl?
I n best musical compost-

I a*ked Fer.-Zion to tell me
something about himself as a
composer, but he demurred, te.'l-
8 id justifiablythat a com-
poser can onlj really be known
by his music. But he did tell me
one of his experience- as
:i Rcci nnaissance ofticer in th Is-
i.uli Reserve Army which, while
il may not have anything to do
with his music directly, cannot
but influence it in some way.
* *
A Bald Mission
Every year Eor six weeks. Ben-
Zion leaves his wife and two child-
ren in Tel Aviv, and goes into ae-
live reserve. A couple of years
ago lie was posted in the heart
Dl the Negev near the Mountains
i Nabateans. This is the
where Dr. Nelson Glueck has
:. making an archaeological
survey. The mountains have
enormous ridges which thrust up-
dramatically from a pla-
teau which stretches for miles
Behind these mountains is Jor-
dan and they seem to torm a nat-
ural, impregnable boundary.
At that time a large number of
infiltrators were believed to be
A Beduin Miss does some window shopping in Beersheba,
Israel.
hiding in this area of Israel and
rumor had it that there was a
path through the Rotem Ridge.
The Rotem (a kind of flower) was
the highest of the ridges, spring-
ing some 2.000 feet skywards with
walls like polished glass, and
deep ravines encircling it. To
imagine that this ridge was pass-
able seemed like the height ot
improbability but the Israeli
army is not one to pass up any
possibility and elected Ben-Zion.
renowned for his adventurous-
ness. to head the mission to find
the alleged path of the Rotem.
He was given a map of the area
as it was hitherto known and
found himself fascinated by the
Continued on Page 7-D
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City and Marseilles was a haven
for Jews throughout :h^ blackest
years of the Middle East. The
modern Jewish settlement how-
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time of the French Revolution of
1789 and the emancipation ha:
followed.
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Jews from many parts of Europe
made their way to Marseilles to
escape the Nazis. From there,
ii was but a j-hort route to Free
French soil in North Africa. The
city became for a time a beehive
ii Jewish organizational activity.
Many welfare agencies made it
their headquarters. When the
Cerman occupation compelled
ORT to abandon its offices m
7'aris. lor example, it reestab-
lished itself in Marseilles.
Just prior to the war, there
..ere some 2 to 3.000 Jews in the
city. But wi:h the war's end, a
new migration wave hit French
res from Algeria. Tunisia and
Morocco, including large numbers
Jews, since such movem I
Irom North Africa was unrestrict-
ed There exist no positive rec-
- a- to how many survived,
At '.hey came in such numbers
- could not be harbored in the
Jewish quarter in the per;
,i. They occupied housing
wherever it could be found. To-
there are at least 15 n<
of Jewish settlement.
Small Shopkeepers
, the great mercantile
..I the Mediterranean,
illes always had a conglo-
e population, which was re-
i in the Jewish community
il e large number 11 Levan-
Turkish, Spanish and other
- ["he new wave is different,
ver.
here is dome small shopkeep-
ft:il roans among these
North African Jews, but in the
Bin they are extremely poor,
Ihe unskilled dwellers of the mel-
lahs, often barely literate, among
horn families of eight and ten
children are not uncommon.
Three and four generations may
b< found living under one roof.
! j and large, they tend to cluster
together, duplicating the mellah
;. ttern of life.
V.t (his is France. The reason
1, r immigration is chiefly eco-
nomic opportunity and sell-im-
provement. The first necessity
common to all is to find work. To
do so it is first important to ac-
quire the skills, without which
all but the lowest paid jobs are
unattainable. Hence, the Jewish
vocational training of ORT as-
sumes top significance.
Already, in 1945. on the heels
of the Liberation, ORT had
bpeTiTTftticationar frafnlng clas-'
sea in Marseilles, chiefly for reiu-
gees. For a time, a maritime
school was operated. In raccnt
years, the student body has been
preponderantly North Airican.
While girls are taught the new
skills of France's recently mecha-
nized clothing industry, boys are
taught metal work, electrical in-
stallation and electronics. They
build transistors, make and re-
pair radios, TV sets and tape re-
corders.
There 'ias been no problem of
finding employment lor gradu-
ates. Quite t h e reverse; em-
ployers often make bids for stu-
dents long before they complete
their cours< -
The school has therefore served
a vital community need eco-
; i mic In'.e i alion into French
life, which in turn is the key to
"any other aspects of adjust-
ment to a new environment. The
;chool ha.- indeed been far more
than a \ ati rial training cen-
ter.
With its inclusive curriculum ol
academic as well as technical
courses, with it* atmosphere of
Jewiahness and welcome to North
Africans, it has functioned as a
bridge over the often frightening
and painful vicissitudes of build-
ing a life in a new. strange world.
And often, it assumes the func-
tions which transplanted and con-
fused parents are unable to per-
form in the new environment. It
has eased the entire process of
adaptation lor the youth who
found a place within its walls.
But the space between the walls
has long been crowded beyond
reason. The tide of school appli-
cants has paralleled the waves
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cants, there just not being enough"
room lor them." the French ORT
director reports. A school origi-
nally designed for 60 pupils has
an enrollment of 150. with hun-
dreds of others rejected for lack
of space.
The Numbers Impulse
Now, all this is to change.
Thanks to the generosity of the
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The new buildings will permit
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The architect's plan provides
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room, kitchen, first aid room.
Spacious courtyards are being
laid out as outdoor sports fields.
The still expanding, polyglot
Jewish community of Marseilles
will thus have a new educational
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before this latest addition to
French Jewry is culturally and
communally absorbed.
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insights into Life of an Israeli Composer
Continued fre-m Page 3-D
names on it. such as Hayadi Hala-
van 'White Valley), Ramat Ha
/ipporim (Bird's Heights), Har
Huinichya (Mountain of Lite1.
Ih.st were Hebrew translations
oi ole Nabatear. names, the peo-
ple ufto fnhab::ecl the area about
l.uuO years ugx
*
Six* of a Wineglass
lien Zion c^.c;e his colleagues
I r tht mission tor their boldness
and daring. Or.e ot the boys,
Ovati ah. was a Yemenite
toagh," kitov. a for his pluck and
ci urage. But he rarely /saU a
word. Karly ore morning, at the
I oi davro, this r.aiay band
ot men was transported by car
:- close as possible to the Rotem
Ridgt Ahead of them stretched
. .< thirty miles of plateau filled
uith knifelike ravines. Taking
their COtnpass and following their
n -( 'hey Parted out.
In the late morning they came
across an old Nabatean village.
the -ree'.s arid houses of which
were almost perfectly preserved
because of the dryness of the des-
eit. There was a little Armenian
church which must have been
erected around the period of the
First Crusade. Now there is re-
construction being done on this
villagi but at that time they en-
countered an awesome silence.
The v.ater uel.s were just large
enough to admit a wineglass, no
doubt .n order to preserve it from
evaporation. The ground under-
neath them was obviously not vir-
.] and in spite of the surround-
' rrenness, the ancient Na-
bateans and later the Bedouins,
found a way to cultivate the waste-
land In front oi them was a
largi enclosure with steep walls
a:ul vhite m which seemed
like giant shoe box. This was
the \\ bite W
After the village they encounter-
ed even greater ravines and on
they trudged until they came to
Eirds' Heights, again aptly
named, for unbelievably, at this
great height, there were more
birds clustered than in the entire
deaart The big ridge became
Closer. a?d the nnwsr 't became,
the steeper "he hills. like a front
guard against any intruders. As
they approached it they felt as
if the walls were closing in on
them, and the play of light and
dark was hypnotic. When finally
they reached the bottom of the
ridge and surveyed it through
their binoculars, they were cer-
tain it was impassable. The nat-
ural steppes which had been cre-
ate' by centuries of falling waters
were over 150 feet in height. How-
ever, nearby "here was a pyramid
of sand which the wind had blown
Off the ridge and as this seemed
the only possible course, they
started up. It was terriblv diffi-
cult going, sinking as they did
with every step.
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The hour was growing late and
the dark would soon be upon
them. As soon as they reached
some firmer ground, they decided
to camp for the night. A shel-
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dangers of the desert night as
well as from the cold and they ar-
ranged themselves as if in an
ambush.
By the time tiiey had finished
eating and settled at their posts,
it was quite dark. They hoped
that the next day would bring
them better luck for they had dis-
covered, when they had passed
the first big ridge, that it was
but the first ot many. Wearily
they zippered up their sleeping
bags and wide-eyed lav back try-
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canvas, was a path, gleaming in
the darkness.
It was the Maavar Harotem,
the Path of the Rotem, leading
definitely in the desired direction,
illuminated by a mysterious
fluorescence. Revitalized, they
jumped up and started to follow
the enchanted path. Suddenly
Ovadiah. the rootless, inarticulate
boy. started to sing the Song of
Songs in the original Yemenite
version, in a haunting, beguiling
voice. In spite of the fact that
any sound increased tenfold the
danger of their mission none of
them could find it in their heart
to stop him. It seemed so fitting
a testimony to the moment.
Lost Chanuka Manuscript
Continued from Page 2-D
comprehended. Let's nape we
survive that long.
Recall, though it is Chanuka
and I wish you a happy one
that a' the t.me ot the final curse
on Egypt the Israelites smeared
on their door posts protective sub-
stances. Who knows what may
now have to be smeared upon the
mind to exclude the working of
this new angel of death that seems
to be intent on entering mans
bones?
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am still left wondering who is
reading the lost piece now 7
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t'Jewisti Fhyridtifuri
Page 9-D
man soldiers and the Gestapo
were en the hospital grounds and
he waa afraid one of them might
wander in. He decided to hide
the Jews for the night in the
ement of the psychiatric
building.
Next day. Dr. Sccher delivered
200 more Jews to Bispebjerg
Hospital. "I knew then.'' said
Dr. Koster. 'that the hospital
uas going to be an important
center in the rescue operation of
the Danish Jews. I welcomed the
idea, tut I knew that we had to
eel better organized."
Operating Room Tragedy
Dr. Koster asked head nurse
Signe Jensen for help in shelter*
lews in staff apartments on
the hospital grounds. The nurse
.-poke to about forty of her asso-
ciates who quickly gave her keys
to thtir apartments and moved
in with other nurses, sleeping on
Irving room couches, on floors,
in bathtubs. The next day, nurse
Jensen received a delegation of
angry nurses angry because
they had net been asked to help.
They demanded to know what
they ould do to save the Jews.
Nurse Jensen explained her role
to me readily: "When you have
a democracy, you must be will*
ing to fight to preserve it. I had
Leen engaged in illegal work
against the Germans since April,
1940, when they first occupied
Denmark. When the Jewish prob-
lem c:opped up here. I knew I
had to help the Jews They
were my countrymen."
The rescue operation conducted
from Eispebjerg Hospital had its
mishaps. In one case, the Ger-
mans raided the operating room
of the hospital, found a surgeon
Operating on a Jew, and machine
gunned to death everyone in the
room.
Once at the docks, the Jev 8
had to be taken by boat to safe
harbor. The Germans used many
devices along the docks to try to
trap the Jews. Among them
were vicious dogs, used to sniff
out human cargo. Danish scien-
tists, however, concocted a pow-
der made of dried blocd and co-
ca ne, which was dusted on the
decks cf the fishing vessels and
confused the dogs.
Twenty five miles north of
Copenhagen, in Elsinore. scene
of Shakespeare's Hamlet, was a
rescue group known as the Elsi-
nore Sewing Circle. Among its
leaders were Dr. Gerrsfeldt, a
physician. Thomod Larsen, a
po iceman, and Earling Kaier, a
sea captain. They rescued many
Jewish children. Dr. Gerrsfeldt
injected them with a serum that
kept them unconscious for hours
so they would not cry out during
a crucial part of the operation;
Larsen carried the unconscious
children out to Captain Kaier's
boat; Kaier transported them to
the Swedish coast. In January,
1944. during a raid on the area.
Policeman Larsen was shot and
severely wounded by the Ger-
mans. I asked him why he harl
ri>ked his life to save Jews. Lar-
sen was puzzled by my question.
"These people needed help. How
could anyone not help them?"
Ole Lippman. one of the chiefs
of the underground movement,
said that the Danes' work at sav-
ing Jews had a direct bearing
on their overall resistance effort.
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easy-going people. At first they
had been reluctant to take an
active part in the resistance
movement. But when this hap-
pened to the Jews when people
had to hide friends, relatives and
people they hardly knew they
had already taken the first step
in iliegal activity against the
Germans. After that, they
ured they might as well go all
the way."
In November. 1943. sabotage
reached its peak in Denmark.
The Gestapo chief in Cope; e
reported back to Germany
the Danish resistance movement
had intensified because i I
German effort to arresl
ish Jews. At (he end of I
Field Marshall Montgomery
that the Danish resist:
ment was second to none.
Everything Returro^
In May. 1945. after I
surrender, the Danish Jev
back to their homeland. .
bi Melchior. the we!
Jews received on the
Denmark was ever. mor< signifi-
cant than their exodu- The
pie of other countries have let
their Jews go before and. per-
haps, they were happy to get rid
of them, especially when Jewish
homes, property, money were in-
volved. In such cases, saying
'goodbye is easier than saying
'welcome back." But when we re-
turned, our fellow Danes did saj
'welcome back." And how
said it emotionally, with open
arms and hearts. Our homes, our
businesses, cur property ar.fi
money had been taken care of
and returned to us. In some
cases we found our hous.-s rt i.
Joseph Willen, vice president of the National Council of
Jewish Women, presents a Chanuka Menorah to United Na-
tlons Under-Secretary Andrew Cordier in recognition of his 15
- ol sfe -ice to the UN, al the NCJW's fifth annual United
N'c lions Institute.
! and 1 re were flowers
table," he told me. "You
imagine how happy it
ma .. feel to be back home.
welt me we received from
tl King, l.-om everybody. is the
mc it important historic event in
modem Danish-Jewish history."
There wire examples of cour-
in all of the occupied coun-
tries, but Denmark's record of
. .ing almost its entire Jewish
population is unmatched. There
no one answer to the question:
Why the Dines? One reason lies
;: Denmark's geographical prox-
.. ... neutral Sweden, and the
facl that Sweden willingly ac-
cepted .1" refugees who reached
her shores. But this would mean
little were it not for the courage
shown by the King, the Church,
the medical profession, student
groups and business organizations
that undoubtedly inspired the
general population to follow suit.
Beyond that, we must consider
Denmark's long tradition of de-
mocracy: as early as 1690. the
concept of the ghetto was con-
demned by the Danish parlia-
ment as -inhuman." In 1814. all
racial ar.d religious discrimin-
ation was declared illegal in Den-
mark.
The deeper answer, perhaps, is
that democracy and humani-
tarianism go hand-in-hand.

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Friday, December 1, jqc
The Vatican and the Jews During the War
Continued from P*g* 6-D
of the free practice of the Cath-
olic religion, based on divine
right and guaranteed bv Article
1 of the Concordat."
The article underlines the fact
that this declaration was made
at a particularly dramatic mo-
ment for the Jews of Rumania,
and it came, as the climax of
dramatic negotiations which had
started after the announcement,
in ttoc month of August of that
sanup year, that the mass depor-
tation of the Jews in the terri-
tories east of the Dnieper which
was synonymous of extermin-
ation was imminent.
"The problem of the Jewish
minority of Rumania." writes
Father .Martini, "had never been
adequately solved. The prom-
inent position of many Jews and
the influence exerted by them on
the life of the nation exposed
them to jealousies, accusations,
resentments among large strata
of the population, easily ex-
ploited by the extremist move
mew. The uncertainty of their
condition worried both the lead-
ers of the communities and the
Rumanian Government itself. On
Dec. 7. 1938. the Rumanian Gov-
ernment in fact had addressed
an cfticial note to the great pow-
ers to call their attention on the
gravity of the Jewish problem in
Central Europe and to advocate
some decisive action for a quick
and radical settlement ol this
problem-.*'
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Tragic Situation Worsens
"The same year.'' the article
states, "a Rumanian Jewish com-
mercial firm had made repeate.i
attempts to obtain the transfer
ol 50.000 Rumanian Jewish fam-
ilies to Spain, suggesting to the
Holy See the endorsement of
such a project, following the
baptism of the entire group. The
absurd project was rejected f:r.-t
ol all by Spain.
, "In July 1940. the first decrees
against Rumanian Jews were Is-
sued. One of them concerned
also converted Jews and estab-
lished that their children could
only attend public schools in the
proportion of six percent, and
could not attend Catholic profes-
sional schools because of their
Jewish origin. Obviously, the
Minister of Education and" Cults.
Horia Sima. wanted to apply ra-
cial concepts imported from Hit-
ler Germany. The Apostolic
Nuncio took immediate steps and
was promised that the baptized
pupils of Jewish origin would be
aMowed to attend Catholic pro
fessional schools."
The article describes how the
situation of Rumanian Jews be-
came more tragic after the up-
heaval and the pogroms by the
Iron Guards in January, 1941.
and the arrival in Bucharest of
SS Richter, a specialist in Jewish
problems, with the purpose of
exerting pressure on Rumanian
authorities for the application of
the arti-Semitic program of the
Iron Guards On Mar. 21. 1941.
a new decree prohibited to Jews
the conversion to another relig-
ion. 1hus establishing the prin-
ciple that "Jews are always
Jews, also if they are baptized."
The author highlights all the
steps taken by the Apostolic Nun-
cio in order to bring to the atten-
tion of Rumanian authorities that
thee decik)-s constituted a vio-
lation of the Concordat ar.d of the
freedom of the Ca'holic Church.
Althoueh the Nuncio had been
given by Rumanian authorities
guarantees which had at first ap-
peared as rdequa"e. the situation
soon tragically deter.orated The
article continues:
* .
At Mercy of Armies
"On June 22. 1941. Hitler de-
clared war against the Soviet
Union, and the Rumanan Army
crossed the border. The 'liber-
ation" of the territories of Buko-
vina and Bessarabia, achieved
by the close military cooperation
with the German Army, created
a dangerous situation, particular-
ly from the viewpoint of the Jew-
ish problem The great Jewish
communities of Bukovira and
Bessarabia were at the mercy of
the advancing armies. It was
discovered that in the territories
which had been occupied by the
Soviet Union in 1940. Jewish ele-
ments had endorsed the new gov-
ernment and communism.
"This supplied a pretext for a
general persecution which con-
cretized itself in massacres, in
the creation of ghettoe<. and in
the mass transfer of Jews to the
concentration camps of Trans-
nistria. At the same time, on
the entire Rumanian territory.
other discriminatory measures
and deportations spread panic
and terror everywhere.
"Not only converted Jews, but
also many other Jewish families
artdres.-ed themselves to the Nun-
c o tor help and protection. He
did his best and. on Oct. 20. he
took steps in favor cf the Jews
with Foreign Minister Antonescu.
who admitted to the Nuncic the
existence of an established plan
to settle the Jewish problem al-
though adding that the govern-
ment didn't intend to be too rad-
ical. He had good arguments in
part when underlining actions
performed by groups of Jews
who were Bolshevik sympathiz-
ers.
"However, in the month of
December, the Nuncio could
write to the Vatican's Secretary
of State. Cardinal Maglione. that
he had received guarantees for
the converted Jews and that, as
far as non-Catholic families were
concerned, he had supplied, fol-
lowing a request by the govern-
ment, lists of persons immune
from evil actions. As a result,
many of these persons had not
been molested.
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"The effect'veness of the v
cio's intervention and the clem-
ency used by the government to-
ward the converted was wel
corned with great relief by the
Jewish minority, but created a
delicate problem. The movement
of Jews converting to. Catholic-
ism had had a comforting rhy-
thm before the war. But. after
the first measures against the
Jews and the entrance of Ru-
mania into the war. this move-
ment had developed greatly, at-
tracting the attention of the state.
"The Rumanian hierarchy had
been rightly strict, to make sure
that the conversions were dic-
tated by spiritual and not by
other motives, and had establish
ed that each baptism had to be
preceded by six months of in-
tense preparation. However, i-i
the iast months, the requests for
Conversions had multiplied, and
always with the urgent request
that the term of six month- be
shortened. The hierarchy then
drew a distinction, abbreviating
the time for the preparation to
the baptism, but demanding a
record period of instruction be-
fore admitting the newly bap-
tized to the other sacraments."
The author then explains how
the Rumanian government, upon
seeing its racial program of "Ru-
manization." aimed at the elimin-
ation cf Jewish influx, threaten-
ed by these conversions, request-
ed its ambassador to the Holy
See. General Papp. to addre-<
to the Pope the request "that the
baptism of Jews be suspended for
some time, possibly until the end
of the war." But the reply of the
Vatican's Secretary cf State. Car-
dinal Maglione. was a clear one:
'When a person, sincerely con-
vinced of the truth of the Catho-
lic faith and sufficiently instruc-
ted, requests the baptism, the
Church cannot refuse it without
disobeying the divine law.""
Violation of Concordat
When attempts were made by
the Rumanian Government to ob-
tain from the parish churches the
list of the converted Jews, their
names and the names of the bap-
tizing priests, again the Church
reacted, denouncing this request
as a violation of the Concordat
While these verbal contnner-
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The Vatican and the Jews During the War
Continued from Page 10-D
gjes were going on. continues the
Article, ""in June. 1942. Pcpe Pius
XII received a pressing appeal,
written in Latin by a j^oyrt of
Jews from CztrrTi'-fc^rinvorflr^*
his protection to avoid deport a-
i. in to the East, and attracting
- attention to the miseral '<
toes and partial-
to the plight .it thousands
ns In > Icti ber, L042. tl
-one Nuncio in Sv. itzerlar I
ardc I to the Holy Si e a re-
m the i esi i ol the
SAiss Jewish nm .t>. re-
the inti i n oi the
Falh r in favor ol .;:
- threatened bj the
i i -
'' .. iwhile. it wi
' '. ..< tation of Ru-
starl
[n fact, on /
.
i \ th( G
istic-
.
ein.'
e Nun< io, bj pi
a t i v e j
;-. from
' : -is commun-
s. including the chiel rabbi I
r< st, Dr. Saffran, and from
Hi ; -.. frequently addr ss-
to thi hi hesl autl
the state, often obtaining
tian could be hoped for.
"Also, thanks to the int< rvi
of other elements (the King,
Conducator and Antonescu
i -ill against such an odious
decision taken in the winter), the
> r of deportation was first
E ispended, and then post pined to
:o!lo\>ing year It v as a com-
persuasion then, also among
chiefs of the diplomatic mis-
S. that the .-tops taken by
Nuncio had been a determin-
i tor."
*
Nuncio Request
article then quotes a let-
the Nuncio himself, dated
i 14. 1943. recalling that "the
-alo.it of the Jewish commun-
of Rumania, a very distin-
shed and dignified person, has
le already twice to thank me
the assistance and the pro-
I Mtinn of the Holy See h favor
- fellow Jews, a .id request-
Pie to convey o the Holy
Father the gratitude of the en-
tire community."
Durii recent \ sit to the United States P:.rsi:ient Lee;
Senghor, oi Se:;e~;:: receivi Maurice L. Perlzwe g li
department o{ tl-.
ires .: WJC sed with President Senghor
..:.- foi 0 a! early next ye Dr.
... ewish C-
mgress li nt Sengh
reic n Ministej :: Seneg
to the J
: ind n photo-
cumentation or

si :-. bl< situation 1 i
the tion ca m : -
Transnistria. When thi Nu
11 sted permission t< visi I
these camps,
of the conditii ns existing in
camps, requ< sti I thi Nuw
defer his nisit, so that conditions
in the camps could be impro
After ha ndertaken a trip
\ isiting inU rn < nt, ; 'ison and
entration camps all the way
to Kishinev and Odessa, the Nun-
terview with
Radu Lecca. head of the Ji
art men! 11 th< Pn mh r's of
fice. He obtained positivi -
> on ID points lri< h
tion to thi

-. g ?pc-
" rits ..- a<
the ghettoes ai allj
promise thai .1
orphans woul to Pales-
tine,
"The transfer I '. .< slim I
orphans.'" writes Father Martini,
"might -ic: surprising. Actually
the situation of persecuted Jews
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I JCit
.; n lian aulhori-
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1 st wi made to him
ing of a 'papal ]
least ior Rumanian Jews
'( hristian faith." in the hope
such a document could have
oors towai d the fn e
Sends More Help
1 be ai tide then recalls that
en at the beginning of 1944 the
Soviet armies opened the offen-
sive, the present Pope, who at
1 lime as A] sti 1 Nuncio in
Istanbul, transmitted an appeal
bi of Jerusalem. Dr.
zoe. who had personally came
bul requesting his help in
r to save the li\ es ol 55.000
titrated in Trarsnis
bj obtaii ing from Rumanian
. thorities their evacuation. The
article stati
"Actually, the Nuncio ;n Buch-
arest was already analyzing this
problem, together with Rabbi
Saffran. and could announce or.
Mar. 16: The Rumanian civil ad-
ministration is withdrawing from
Transnistria. and the population,
including the non-Aryans concen-
trated there, shall be evacuated
to this side of the Dniestr."
"Meanwhile, from Rome, the
Holy Father continued to think
oi the Jews of Bucharest by
sending them, for the Easter of
that year, more help. The ef-
fectiveness of this help and the
sentiments it inspired can be best
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lutes one it coi
menl ns 1 thi attitu
e Vatican, and 1
\
taken by it- representative to re-
lieve the sufferings ol persecuted
Jews in a single country.
Historical Fact
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article bj Father Leiber, the per-
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the help gi\ en ''< the
of Slovakia, Civilta Catto-
liea I 1 1 ticnted the as-
liven to relieve the tra-
1 Rumanian Jewrj and
i (I the gratitude expre's-
si h\ the leaden ol Rumai
ry it 1- to be hoped thai
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*Jenisii FkrridRan
Page 13-D
Beth Torah Youth
Elect Officers
In elections held last week at
Beth Torah Congregation, Perry
I.,!; and Mark Haddad were chos-
i as rabbis of the synagogue's
student congregation, with Merle
Maeroff and Diane Gurman serv-
ing as president and vice presi-
dent.
Other officers elected were sha-
mis, Andrew Sandier. Mike Lewis
and Eddie Wacks; secretary, Har-
old Rabinovitz, Rita Haber and
i rl Tocnkel; gabbai, Sandy
Langer; treasurer, Lee Friedel; re-'
ligious chairman. Linda Kaufman:
lin-tv?-. Cheryl Stuard, Jacks
I iil)aun; and Sharon Leo
pold.
- ins :r. the board of direclors
an1:
v

y.

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l' .-!- Martin Sturm n
Srlii'.v'-u. Scott Moore, Un \
/.. I: 'i i i .1 Jaffe, I'M
- II.i l.evlne, i'.ii h\ s ii
i. .' iton, Mil hael MIIU r,
I on
i, i i nil i iroKsma n,
Inn Ra> Si
c l:(.< uhul. Mi in i 'ohen, A n y
Ste\ en SI .iiiizi-. Ala ii l*i :!
Illi 1. i.i.-''in.in. Arthur New
n K
ii Kuckuxln, Eric King:, n
.ilit. Kenn> B rman, .\Ian i i I
'.iik Kutihkln, Jeffrey Hold
Pulai l Rand) Kieger, Jud>
Rli ha i KiiRun.
Beach Group
Elects Gumenick
\ than S Gumenick. owner of
South-ate Towers, has been elec-
ted new president of the Washing-
i Avenue South Shore Assn.
1 -nick succeeds Marcus O.
Sarokin, vice president of Miami
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
A- r in charge of its South Shore
brani h.
After three years of leader-
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of the organization chartered in
1939 which represents 200 prop-
erty owners, seven financial in-
stitutions, 200 hotel owners, and
300 merchants in the South
Shore area of Miami Beach.
' i officers elected are Ray
;.n. executive vice president;
S ttalperin. Max Boderman. B.
E. B inston. Joseph M. Rose, Wil-
Mechanic, and Jack Stein.
vici presidents; Samuel Seltzer.
treasurer; and Hyman P. Galbut.
seen ary.
1 'ii to 'I-.- irroup'a board ol ftov-
i a illtl in I., the officers, are.
X, i:i.. id, William Burbridice,
ii i: >!llnger, C. D. Blackwell,
I- Clements, Jr., Leo A.
"' i. Devlne, David lla-
' Harold rVledland, Raj moiul K.
William Plamholtt, Arthur
. ''< 11. Gordon, Kui man
Carl T. Hoffman, Charles P
""-" W. Hlrach, 8y Howurd,
Handel, H. A. James, Mt.r-
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in de Hlrach Meyer, K.
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b K. MathewH, Em II Morton,
M ij -. \l Naah, D. Lee
Cl ii.. i a Renshaw, i...,
Man i,- i. Sarokin, Jack KM-
Prai i. Bniathera, |r Milton
Martin \ Smith, Michael Sob-
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Stup* Daniel Taradaxh, Wal-
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Pcne 14-D
<* IcnisHFlrrf-f'^r
Friday, December '., iqjj
Young Leaders Urged to Take Responsibility
.-.He: c re-rent visit to the Air Force Acaderr.v in Coloi
Li Col. 3c'i;ri M. Swerdlin began a series z: hig
.-.::. lectures on the Academy cr. Nov. ? c: Cc-~.
les High School. ''.' rt the Acctc.r-y he sc
..rr.e with representatives c: the crea, including C-detc- Wil-
liam Tyler right :.-.! Ber. Miller left Miami 4th Classmen.
Swerdlir. :<;r::e3~: t.r 7 the rid rte "-:" service
tzz'.-.e to college nicht audiences ai North Miami Ser..c: High
Miarr.: Eiiscr.. ires! High.
NEW V "TA Tfc
er gene
com;:
a full
wide JeuUh nee Is
community act:on. E M
Warburg
Jui5h leader, told the n
ing session ot the thn
United Jew..h Appeal national
young leader>hip conference.
Addre5>ing men

all sectors <: ".hi- country the L'JA
honorar;.
: man ot '
Com:: his
Ai Je rj
..;.. to I
r '
.i t has
liatelj

them consi
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;g

TheocSre Kellek, director-sen-
eral of the Israel Prime Minis-
ter's Office, t*rmed the United
Jewish Appeal 'indispensable in
Jack Corner 'center;, honorary chairman of the board of the
Miami National Bank, receives an award following his elec-
tion as a life member to the Miami National Bank "Hall of
Fame." The award is for "devotion to the bank, leadership
and tireless energy in working for the good of the entire corn-
unity." Corner, chairman of the loan committee 0: the bank,
receives the plague from William L. Pallot, board chairman
fleft;, and Lou Poller, president of the bank.
Teacher's Visit
Raises Ruckus
JKHL'SALEM 1JTA The
; j \Ye>t German teacher
iSi lent elementary class
room, evoked >harp exchanges thi>
week in a question and answer
period in the Knesset. Israeli
Parliament. It was to be the sub-
ject of a lull Knesset debate.
Mrs. Esther Naor. a Herut depu
t'y, criticized the Education Mini-
try for approving the visit which
like other manifestations of Israel
West German cultural exchanges,
she said, contradicted eftorts to
increase awareness of Israeli youth
of the Nazi holocaust
Education Minister Abba Eban
replied that his ministry acted
on the matter of the visit within
the general policy lines of the
Israel Government regarding re-
lations with West Germany.
He suggested that any debate
should be directed to this wider
quest
carrying out tue via! task of
acso-b 'g ii*imigrars irt*o the
social a-c e::-om:c fabric of
the (C.:'r, I* would be almost
irrposi t e r: c:Ve-no ale doing
that t-emer.dous job wi'hout tne
supprr o' tne JJA."
The "c ---" of the
ration : American
nur.al leaders was
seph Meyerhoff. gen-
Jew-
. "In th-. year
first J g lead-
:
-' 35 yi
lxk 5
support
5 in youi

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; ry <
'
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the
told I
the his-
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mod
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- iward ai
1 ting It is t
nit) your g tion to
e erg) ai I resources,
-eartv to the c >i
i upbu:'.
' -
Stressing the importance 0' 1$.
rael in the task of reconstructing
Jewish life a the close of World
War II, Rabbi Friedman said-
"That task, which confron'ec
your fathers, could not be ac
complished in a single ge-*ra-
tior.," he told the delegates, "it
is your task now to carry on that
work and to help the people of
Israel cirry forward to -..
heights of dynamic, democratic
life toward which they have
been so determinedly aiming
Ot"
: \
51
:
lucted b) the [1 :
::iul immigra
Hammer
man of the Ji
ing on problems
..: ants
and Mose.- A Leavitt
airman of th<
bution Committee, who
problems facing the
that L'JA member agencj
0: l?rael.
The Vatican and the Jews
Continued from P/je 11-D
it had dene in the case of Liber-
alism and Socialism during the
last century, and of Communism
in our times.
If the Pope> themselves, instead
of defining dictators like Mu>so-
lini as "the man sent by the Di-
vine Providence.'' had pointed
out instead to the faithful the
subversive essence of Fascism,
and had sternly exhorted Catho-
lics to oppose its doctrines and
deeds, perhaps history in some
countries might have taken an-
other turn.
However, there are no dcubt-
that, after Nazi-Fascism had pre
cipitated the world in the abyss
of war and mass destruction, the
Church did it- utmost to relieve,
courageously and generously, the
sufferings of innocent victims,
both the baptized and the non-
baptized
Jews throughout the world are
and always will be among the
first ones to know, remember
and acknowledge this truth.
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Ph. NE 3 2686
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PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE PL 7 0606
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FURNISHERS & INSTALLERS
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Real Estate in All
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Phone PL 4-4661

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to town...or to
a new home...
Your Welcome Wagon
Hostess will call with a
basket of gifts ... and
friendly greetings from
our religious, civic and
business leaders.
If you, or others you
know, are moving, be
sure to phone Welcome
Wagon.'
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Friday, December 1, 1961
>Jeni *r Fhriidtair
Page 15-D
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
H HEREBY (II

n
Ml-
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With tli
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'-------NOT C ;- OP APPL CATION
="OR TAX- D1CO
F.le
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Mil Tax S: i
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Id certl i offlci
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, ;. State "f F oi Ida I
I i1
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I id k .'.'. Twelfth Str< : Man-
Plat Hoi K 3 Pan:* .".! in Ihi
c.f Miami, Count) of Dade,
if Florida, as embraced In
c, i-tlf cati No Tufl Tli. a si 88-
I xaid | ii o ii rt> undi r ih(
. lid ... tific ii. Issued was In the
me of Unknown.
in i., -- s V Streel Bli ek I,
|n e .- ibdlvlsion., I 'lat Book l
. *8 in the City of Miami. Coun-
,.f i >;,.:. Stati of Florida, a-
. in r. | til No, 1070.
i i in of said propert)
. r thi said ci rtlfl ati Issued
>.,- In the name of Unknown.
mi-- said certificates shall ii- re-
... : tax
i ii the .'Till da i '
. i
... this 2181 lay of Novembei.
[MAN
lit C iurt,
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LEGAL NOTICE
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'HE
ELr --- !5>r"Ai '-irc i i'- OF
r L : '.AND FOR DADE
IN C-\CRV.
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A gesunt ouf deine keppele!"
Ccpf. 10.
Cc-tnu P'Cdv
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
" COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL C|hCU!t OF
"IDA. .N AND FOR DADE
: L NTY. N CHANCERY.
Mo. 61 Z-bZOO Dtk I
ST,
I Col
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\OtXE UNDER
c CTITI0U8 NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS I '
' i r- l m .. -'- -
.......
KKNMAR ill KEN MAR

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ID AMOS P.*
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NOTICE OF SUIT
EDWARD EUGEN1 VR 1ER i
. MARY JANE 'ARRERU
- St rtl
i 11
iRE HEREBY NOT1F
:. .- i-i en bi
Ml U W EST Ml >RTG USE COM-
. r, In !Vi abovi at tied
. h -. .. mortgagi em imbi i Inc
crlbi opcrty, to-
.i: \ M1RADA,
. i ins to tni ; thi i eof, re-
.. In lai I i : "" at page 27,
......b of 1 ad< Coun-
ty,
..'. th:
,'instor Ri fi Igi rator, Model
K Ii kiik. Serial So SA2I
Vi netian Blinda;
, are required to file > "r an-
with the t'li-rk of the Circuit
; of I lade County, Florida, at
' i CourthoUBI in Miami. Florida, on
i. ,.i, 11, mber 12, 1961, and to
- \.- a copy of such answer upon
'AVID P CATSMAN, Plaintiff's at-
ley, whose address is nth Floor
: Bast Flagler Street, Miami '-
da. If you fail to do so, the
complaint will be taken as confessed
ruu and a Decree Pro Confesso
I be < nti i d against you for th.
f demanded in the complaint.
DATED thi;- 7th day of November,
B. LEATHERMAN
'"]. rk of thi Circuit Court
ounty, Florida
..I B) HELEN KESSLER,
1 puty i "lerk
U'IDr \T-M \ \
.. 101 E. Flagli
- Fli : .da
7-24 -
n the c rcuit court cf the
eleventh judicial circuit of
clORIDA, in and for dade
county. in chancery.
Nc. 6:C 12C&4
.: ,v;\.is BANK i HE
.'. J i] K
... I the
f New 1
I la miff,
ORES H .ESS ......
\ TRIC1A A. CAR! I R
-. woi in,
el i ante
NOTICE OF SUIT
1 MM.i IRES H AlyESSK I and
PATRH IA A. C \I:TK11
Residence I'nkndwp.
V i ARE HEREBY NOTIPlEl
i suit hfti beei bro ight aca nst you
DOLLiAR SAVINGS TANK OF
HE rnv NFW YORK, n the
above-entitled Court, to fore.:
rtgagri encumbering the followlna
described property, to-wlt:
Ixt 3. Block 10. SECOND AlU'lTION
TO CAROL CITY, according to the
plal thereof, recorded in Flat Book
65, page 78. sheet 1, of the public
records of Dade County, Florida;
and you are required to file you;
answer to -aid complaint with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida, at the Courthouse in
-Miami, Florida, on or befor.- Decem-
lir u. 1W.1. and to serVe a copy of
answer upon DAVID P. CATS-
MAN. Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
ilr, ss Is 14th Floor at 101 Fast Flag-
ler Street. Miami 32,' Florida, on or
before said date, as required by the
Laws of Florida. If vou foil to do so,
the complaint will be taken M con-
fessed by vou and a Decree Pro Con-
fl ISO will be enti-red against you for
th,. relief dema'.ded in the complaint.
DATED this Hh day of November.
1961.
E. p, WEATHERMAN
Cl^rk of the Circuit Court
Dad. Ci.unty. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. i.vman,
. i^putv Clerk
DAVID T. CATSMAN
!4th Floor at 101 fc. Flagler St.
-Miami 82, Flontja
,\ T- E COUNTY JUOGE S CC
.N AND FOR ?':c tOUNT\
FLORIDA N P=OS'TE
N.
IN R Estati I
RW1N STAS I
I
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
Po sons 1
- or Demands Against Said
Courl '- ti
v, hen tif'.ed and r. -
to presenl -
. which
,.:..-, RYV1N A STANDER
d..... lati o! mty, I -
Ida, thi .:-- of i la
County, and thi sai In th,
n thi Counts Ci i tho ism
County, Florida, within *
call ndai month- fr< m thi dat< ol
flrsi publication hen r, oi the
u ,. i c barred.
- LENA STANDER
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAI I. .N
Attornt ys
1150 E W. isi Streel
Miami 8. Florid. n/]0.,7.24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- i ,'KN thai
... ...
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ster said
.....
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Lag. i
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. .i I'lat I
53, a1
..f ; lade i "ounty, Floi Ii i
ier with
2 K Rel Igi i tor
i?E .1 -L E|i-i-tru Ra
Vi i.t ii Rlinds'.
and you an r quln ii ti Ii
swi i Ith thi Clei k of thi I "ii i
. Count} i- loi da, at the
thousi .ii '.:..... Ida, i n or
before 1........... nd to servi
ai upon I 'AVI1'
P. CATSMAN, I'll Intlff.i Vtti
. Is 14th > .oor
i. --. l ..,_', i Strtet, Miami 32,
Ida on I as re-
bj ihi Laws .,i Florid, If
you 1 twill
and ..
Decrei i" i I enterei
......maiided In
o
l'\
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
f Xh i >!.' fit ii i fflTun
solicits your legal noticss.
Wo appreciate y oTj r
patronage and guarantee
ccrurcte service at legal
rates .
U'ud l\ 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
S'OTICE IS HKKKIIY 01VEN that
......' gm d, di -n inu i" engage in
-......inder the fictitious name "f
HER \l.i I- VBRICK ai 201 S. Miami
,i,,l II I N. Miami Aw Miami,
1 ... intend to reglsti r Bald name
i, i "H-rk of Ho- Clrcull Coui i of
i 'o .in v. Florida.
LACRENCEROTHMAN
STEVE Ki iTHMA.N"
Sole i i in i -
LEVINE & CHRISTIE
vttoi n.-xs l Applli anl
ll 10-17-24, 12/1
.......IMAN th.
v SMAN :. Flag v
.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12278
.1 \COB MORGENSTERN,
I Ii iit:ff,
wi! LIE MAE SPENCER,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBL CATION
r-0 v, ILL.IE MAE SI ENC1 R
....
V, 10th B. <3 II' -
i ri Ord California
.. taki notice that i
1
N 'HE C'RCUIT COLRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JuD'CIAL CIRCUIT CF
FLORIDA. .N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 6-.C 12078
Ii un
. EARL TANZER and GERTRl'DE
.man as Co-Exei
...., ., K .1
Katz, di eased
NOT CE TO APPEAR IN
PROCEEDING TO REESTABLISH
LOST NOTE
T<'. Northrup lnv si mi nt
Foundation, Inc.,
Chai lea Lang and all other
i hi ri ati 'I persons.
Yi j an lo i. by notified to appear
i, ror< the H......rable GEORGE I"
SCHL'LZ, one of th.- judges "f this
in the Courl House, at Miami.
Florida, at 1:30 P.M., Wednesdsy,
thi >ih day ol December, 1961; and
then and thi re show cause, If any
yi can, by answer duly filed, as re-
quired by law, why th.- promissory
noie. described in the petition nn file
herein, made March -''. IM7, by
Northrup Invastment Foundation. Inc.
to Charles |jng and Anna Lang, his
Wlfl in the prlnclrlal sum of $i:..oo.uo
with interest at the rate of six per
cent, payable in flvi years at the
rate of 1200.00 per month, which note
;- secured by a purchasi monej mort-
aagi recorded in Official Records
Book 161 at Pagi iti of the Dadi
County Public Records, which prom-
... ii,.!. is alleged In said petition
l en lost, mislaid or destro} -
. should not be r< tabllshed, ai d
- to whi.h said promissory note thi
petition prays that a trui i i
,. ,, pj thi ol be i ablishi a m
, n lieu of thi original note, and
... id re-i --.iiii-h. a note be d< -
to be the no'i and rightf ii pro] -
>g.
CE UNOER
' TIOUS NAME LA .V
......
---''''-
ST- A -CAR -
-.>.
.... ..--.;.
r tn.
SCAN > '"' :-''N !' \ .
~ ....
MARX M. FAIiEl!
...... \ ., n t
s Bldg
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i. ,i. sli Ins i" niM-- .ii
ndei the fictitious uami ..'
HAIO 1< \l' VRTMENTS ill K.-.tl .....I
V venue, Miami Bi
. i .i said n
., ih, i'n" ll
. i". i
HA HAM HA1DI
LINE IIAIDl'l K
I'l, IIII'li'K
. IA HAIDI'i K
IEI MER
. neiil
VV.
...
.a ih< -
: '"'
. f Nov.
HAN
of thi
: adi
MAN
Dep
IN 'HE COUNTY JUDGt'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA N PROBATE
No. &4238-B
IN Ii! Estate of
REG1NA BRB1TBART
'n'otVcE TO CREDITORS
to \"i Creditors and Ail Persons
ing Claims or Demands Agajnst Sal
,'are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and ae-
ni-inds which yOU may nave agains.
Si estat of RE--.INA HRE.THART.
deceased late of Dade County.
.Iiidgi -
Bade
,..]. ndar
th.
lilt1
ll/lO-n-24, 12/1
the County
tv, Morida. within six
months from the t me.of
publication hereof, or the same
be i. t> 'i I ...
D :. ,1 at M'ami. Florida, in-;
day of November, a D. 1961.
y P ROBERT BR1 : BART
KKKNARD B. BRE1TBART
As Co-Administrators
EDGAR LEWI?
\ttoin- for th- Estati of
UK. UNA BRE1 '
luPant Bldg.. Mtainl.P..JW ^B
. THE C r.C.IT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUO'CIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FCR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR DA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6^C 2429
\;!. Mil v-

IN AR1 ELL MIL.L.EN,
Defen lant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
you, MARVIN AKi'Ki.i. mii.i.i:n
Petty Officer, 2nd ci...-.-. United States
Navy, Naval W\ r*aclUU-, Severn
. Annapolis, Maryland, are no-
tified to serva a copy of your Answer
,, in orce Compls I filed aeainst
on Plaintiff's attorney. c.EURtll-".
NICHOLAS,'1211 N.W. 7 St.. Miami.
Fia., and file original with CleTk oi
this Court on or before 26 December,
1961, otherwise complaint will b<- con-
ii by you.
DATED. Nov. 17. 1961.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
CUrk of s.ijd Circuit Court
(seal) By: C. I. ALEXANDER,
1" put) Clerk
11/24. 12/V-8-K.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGt'S rrmRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR'DA. IN PROBATE.
No. 54106 B
IN REi Estate of
Ri >): LK'HTER
l eceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i ': ii'."' and All Pi rsnns Ha>
ing Claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You an hereby notified and re-
quired to ores, in any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
the .slate of ROSE LICHTER ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to thi County Judges "i Dadi Coun-
ty, and file the -;im< in duplicate anil
as provided in Section 738.16. Plnrlds
Statutes, in th. offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dadi County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar month- from
the time of th. first publication here-
of, or th. same will l" barred.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 15th
da) of Novembi r, a 1 1961.
i DAVID > \ll. LICHTER,
I > ll. rman t i- s, I is Attorney,
As i"\. utor.
Cain, isis. Orbai h a- Polan
II, man T I- of C Unsi 1
Attornej itor
11.30 \S SI
11/17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I '
thi.....ng to engage I
... .-
J .v -- '- ll
: Intel
.... the Cli
i .
. pi .-
. STi >NE

Pi IN an I
s iN
NOT'CE UNDER
F 11 TIOUS NAME LAW
Nn S HEI HIVEN
Ing to engage in
the fictitious name <
. CHENS nl 18711 N W
Miami, 1-1" Ida Intends
..- ..aid name v\ in the i 'lerk
ill Court of I adi I 'ounlj,
..
TER B. P< NZi IL
s.i.. 11 n. r
SAM1 EL STEEN
i -,i Applicant
. ,',
.. .;.,i.|. s, r
n m.n-24, 12 i
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12066
THE BRONX SAVINGS HANK,
Pla miff,
\ s
THi iMAS A WHITE and
DOLORES WHITE, his wife.
I ief. ndants,
NOTICE OF SUIT
T,,. \ w ll IT K and
DOLORES WHITE, bis wlfi
...... ., tiawtnorne Avenue
YonkerS ">. -New York
Y,,ii are hereby notified thai the
abovi captl.....d action has been insti-
tuted against you In the circuit Courl
of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in
and for Dade County to foreclose a
mortgage upon thi following describ-
ed real propert) I
Lot 5, Block B REALSITE ES-
TATES, SECTION TWO, according
to Cu Plat thereof recorded In Plat
Book 65 at Page 129 of the Public
Records of Dadi County, Horlda:
together with the following items of
. ^ nli 'i are i"< at.-,I In and
.... nil) Installed as a part of
. improvement on said land:
u.-: nghouse Refrigerator RLA IS,
Wt -; nghouse Dryei I' 127,
Westi Khousi Wasbi i 1- 127,
.,, inquired to file your an-
swei i.. plaintiffs complaint with th
.....ifoi said i 'curt, and
h.....i upon plaintiff's
MARTIN I-INK. nth KI.....'
i: illdlng, Miami 52,
itei than I lei embi r I I,
..... Pro Confesso ill
gainst ) "ii-
Xovi mbei 8, 1961.
EA HERMAN
..... thi i 'ir. lit < 'ourt
. I- .oi Ida
.... B) K M I.VMAN,
1.. put) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslnesi under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN WATER CLINIC at 1047
W Kiagler St., Miami Intends to r.g-
. said iiam. with the Clei k of the
flrcu I t, of Dadi County, Flor-
' ... RE W \TI'i: PRODUCTS. INC.
By 1 'avid Bi rman Pri sldi nt
! H SALLEY .v K PAUL
Atti rneys for
p -v.-.;., Product., lnc./i7_24ii2/i_$
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NO' E IS REBY GIVEN
thi .. pis ntlff
-''', Dadi i.....ral Building
\ ai B li '
..... ..-. ...
with thi Cli rk f tho Circuit i
ol Oacii i'. nty, !'. i da.
HAROLDPEARLMAN
Pole Cw n
11 17-24, 12 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under tin fictitious name of
SUNNY PALM ACRES at I6R6 N E
l""rd Street. North Miami lnter.ds to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Cart of I laiie COBlHy,
P1"da- PENNY HOMES INC.
By: Kur, Wal.ach. Pre.^ j
_ Florida
ll. 10-17-24, 12 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tr^>
the undersigned, deslrlns to engat
business rnder the fictitious nr.m.- of
'NGELO'S BARBER SHOP, COLON-
IAL BARBER SHOP at 5801 S.W.
113th Plai Miami Florida Inti
register said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dadi
ANGELO V M.l'lVA
Sole i >wner
VRTHUR K :.: I K
vi-, me) Iot Api leant
3101 Bisca>ne 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY i'.IVKN thai
!h. undersigned, disi!iBKto engage in
buslnesi under the fictitious name of
CAROL LIQUORS at 371T, N.W. 167th
Street. Carol City, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MOSA.M CORP.
Rv: M I, Coppefman, ITesident
HARRY ZUKERN1CK
Attorney f.^ Own. r
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/10-17-24, 12/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
l, nisi 'i,i, r the fictitious name of
C1MENT FROTHERS at 1740 Alton
r, .,,1 Miami Beach, Florida Intends
tglstei -aid name with the CI. rk
of thi Circuit c.urt of Dade County,
Florid
"23.10 CORPORAWON
i-- .lack Clmi nt, Pros
Attest: Thomas M Millman. Secy.
. LANDER A; BURNETT
. orporatlon
i. Miami Bi ach
11,17-24,12/1-8


Pace 16-D
>Jeni*t fkridi&n
Friday, December 1. \%\
Germans Exhibit Books on Persecution
FRANKFURT iJTA: A va- national Bock Fjir fbettoei in eastern Europe. Her-
riety of new pubticatMKU en HHter'a jhe booka include Robert Neo- manr. Gla-r^ National Sociah-m
Third Reich and the Nan penecu- mar.n'> "Rise and Fail of the Third and Democracy.- and Hans Joa
tioa of Jew D -xhibit here Reich.' which contains hnherto rhta Wir.kierS Legends About
Frankfurt Inter- unpublished uhotoeraph? of Naa 'filler The Glaser and Winkler
books are both intended for the
political education program in We-t
Germany.
The books include a new and re-
vised edition oi H. G Adler'.- -0
ciological study. Theresienstadt."
-The Third Reich and its Functio-
naries."' by Josef Wu!f. Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency correspondent in
Berlin, and a German edition of
William L. Shirer's American best-
seller, The Rise and Fall ol the
Third Reich." Wulfs book
tains a collection of documer.--
the destruction of 50.00-) Jews iq
the Warsaw Ghetto.
Israeli publishers are represent!
ed at the Book Fi-ir. ani the 1*.
raeii exhibit is attract in:: a 1
deal of attention here
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?=ge 4-A + kisr nrrHi.tr Friday. December 1, 1961 Jewish Floridian CFFICE and PLANT — 120 Ni. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-46C5 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 395 ErlZD t SHOCKET Editor and Publisher ISO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tei Aviv. Israel I \Y I BINDER C orrespondent P --*-* fvfn FYMai :i T l*W v P" rJ n • ::• \ R >-• il >•• I. FVrtda Shvaa-'" .-I "•! > % %  nortSW. Th Jt.sh Florgun has aiso-tfd the Jew'Sri Unity ins tr> Je s" ff. > Mrmbr of the Jew** T*leflrjph, c *9ecy. Seven Arts Feature S<-3.cate. Wor 3m,ae %• Service Natonai Edita'ia i!" American Assn. Of E-j sii-Jewish NewtpiM'i ana the Florida Press Assn. T •. R a : h SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Lttfal Area 0"*e vear $s 00 -%  • Years S*3 00 Out of Town Lpon Request Volume 34 Number 43 Friday. December 1. 1961 23 Kislev 5722 The Festival of Lights Chanuka the Festiva] oi Lights ber/ins on Saturday .v su The %  '-• serves the •:::-;v; : the Svrian j Anhochus .-. the yea 165 -"."; 5 ::; oi the most : : JS ::. %  -: One Ot the truly eler.c_s v c : as in Jewish history the ludah ccabee uprising cean-.s: the rel.csue tyraniiy of ancient lewry's mla-he Hellenistic c verier as thrills _: rs lew othei events in the past le recent d.scover.es in the Jndean d eeart c: the Bar Kochba papers anthem.cc:.::e the histrr.citv K a period hardly three-hur.area' years Inter gives renewed and glowing purpose to the reality of the Chanuka story The ~t:-:-: oi Cnnnuxe U recsricaricn cr.d th:s eras precisely •he o Aeru i uth c: the Maccabee success : %  ••?: Antioc h u s The Jews can Bed the Temple of pagan gods end relit the Net famid with a cruse OS s-enctmec c.l that maaculously c_rr.ea tor eight days — sur::.er.: —me to sanctify a new supply — instead oi foe the er.e day it was orig..iDv expected to las: 7a: cue nee: history lbs significance of Chanuka has held profound meaning tor Tews end nan-Jews alike. Far the holiday symbolres as -c ether, mar. s determination to be ree r:a the impesmcr. c: CIHSB meals upon r.e maecle r: Chanuka will reme to us arm me nr.r.er.: pcs: as we light ar.cther rcndle through eight successive days r.ext %  k B wiB spe-a.-: to at c: all human, resistance to tyranny 1: aril] remind as r:< Dachau r :_: Teieresier-strcChanuka w r ecall the le.r sitton rr.c the eerr.rl rlcod libels I: eri!3 DOC _:e up :r.e mev '.-. tfjfl tell _s -: three ;Jews eec.mc e tlCC Co":.:. ::.: ol -re.: slow spiritual --.re. ;: a^ me :?:— oJ ':.-. State c: '.seme' a: ienia :; me v-.rtrry c: '_ccm Maccabse c.er in 1956 tells us nothing we did not know about it them It is r.o less dense. dumbiDur.dir.r a: capable cf defense today. But his comment about American Jews however positively he intended therr. is a:, example ot the danger c: re:.er:ior. :cr all amh.gucus mer. — especially tar cmbiguoua past Presider.ts. In a single swoop Mr. Lhser.hc.e: acfoaOWaedging that Jews are first Americans ler.t credence to :he possibility :hn: he ;r.:e b-el.eved otherwise and her.re that these who Still do may act really be wrong. In a serrr.i sociologically ;.S:5T:_S foray in his reference K) :ne (ewish vc:e he assured :ne :.;:.;:. me: Jews as first Americans are actually first Je w ish his rele as elder s:e:esmen Mr. Zisenbowes .s eiscevet.ne _-.;: it is ees e: :c write a book than to reed cne He is else discovering it is eas.er to ruminate than it was to ec:. From His Rocking Chair D-„ --_. -„ es.aent --er ceres sacce b ceen mere f-eau= ey were ween .can iecdership T n tne cne %  newer is vryicg •.ended ell aJong I e-ognier.ee he en a me ss.ve earn c Efii reeen: oNk stives .: less than end :e me pc :r.e mere ever eurihan r_.e am ewer m recrement _s bent "•"ears m. oince ries e lert me White Heuse heve n: and :ar-:eacheng than ever ne held me rejens e: Amerand it seems as a Y_Eisen:e exp.am -us: we:: ne mc: :ne nan en during his twoNever irnowr. tar his pears to be taking me reed men — :e repem himself m .-" ease e.eaa.ee: en :::::mi wes certainly ep: His wamme te me ne: en _s oem kncwina ::.: lauaIsreel ecle 1-1 s observa-iens an Seer Sm cne ne Jews e c. Tea television :last weekend were :ep-€ e ene even suVrtag Mr. E -c: fisa enn restei Dulles T:.: C^ me ?-'.aale East Time Goes Against Them Tne Palestine Ccnenienen Ccmmiss.en repert to the Vr::ed Nations s e fantastic eec_men: — ne: se much :er what :: cen:a:ns as :e: me re..:.eel insmemen: i: has become In :s barasJ es5-ennal= me Dl Jennsen report was mt-neee ha :e.l the s:erv e: :ne Arab retueees and to ooostrucl me groundwork :e: a so mtio n to :.ea resettlement. £ : '%  "-•? 1 -'-"leadership s juggling oi the report eoes tar hey and mese esser.tiailv ham.en.tac.nn purposss, Apar acm me immea.e:e pence., .n.cl.cnnens i; pjoves what Israeli spokesmen have declared al. elene that tne Arer re-en:a:es reallv dan : ccrre a: all warn hoppe-s to the isfiiije— se long as thev can err.e.: the s::c.a:.en to further thea a.vrsive n:e:es: m the M.ddle EcaU. Tne Jewish Telegraph.e Agency report that me Aree delegations ot me ","N applied pressure te Changs seme c: the details' et me retuoee stuay .= a rantastie cne mdeed. Its uln mate purpose .s to ener.ee me race at bisfory— to make Israel and the Arabs ecuallv guilty e: me .?4r war. Acme..y mus ^ e deuele-edaed sword — m.eh h_ee me Communist ereenen e: tne well rrcmd Ems" Berlin E-esirnee te se he nee V.'esodsc r-eree.s me weakness c:l-e Fee EesWnatever mere : %  :.::;. machmateons e-er_ne-me-3.cene; ens mrre passes me : : -e n .reruaee rese-tlemen; e-erc — es the week .. as i sec it by LEO MINDLIN JH'S IS the firm %  of the death of J ^J The word "death h„.. ersary during S c^'ous one. for m fail *" • be with i,' 1 ^, than ever he was befr r r^ pacing. He „ ot T^ m Wi of fact mernoriTS' mo* tee sent.mental They tendby their excesed: borrJer-on the sentimenta^m I depict. What. then, is this experience"• I can see him in thi J Ci mj daily thinkinu processes. And I can bear hir re of an near mm .>,-..•,„ .. relationship is more cogent and more frequently.fel: -. \" ualked proudly among men. observing with jaw L ", he les which, sadly, he also recognized as his own. ; nail? to me in the still of night There is r.o convert' n wa thai would be schizophrenia But there is tr .,"f %  n mj nations revisited tastes sad -• 'J Jr* (till more occurrences long since for I c. not delude myself that this post-mor -_ ay. But 1 : dedue^froi uliq e — :, • • i i -1 i • it a r.ce. AJJ nixj rt oi jr. 1 %  • A afr-t* piKSPicnvE or HISTORY AT LEAST -o be. SI not be s re thaI ha minal Je. does this mear. I am. ir. fact, a .' %  00) ntr.cr. does it m^ae I i culture Jewi ppose >ome sophisticates nill find such speculati< if not clinically interesting. They behe\e : j — that for men deliberately to seek retrogression AJ for myself. I f.nd that I car. : future nor car. I tolerate the present, without pj S[ The difficulty here is that I look to it more tr._: consubstanUauty. it is clear, demands some: clever perspective of n;s:ory: r. demands the nisdotti There is a 1915 vintage : of my father photo album. On a farm he owned in New Jersey, he stands remeIj well-tailored, dark pinstripe suit, his am bim, at a safe distance, struts a knot of c riticil but tolera le shapes my father's face 7 the iveekend-eiily. gentleman farmer on his eeker: retn bis threstoch The outward-ttuust srm.f strain te keep the feaUn e filth fr m bis exsensiva finery. Acro? n.nee::.: ing \ •the white gold watch chain that hypaMUxed my efai the cr.-..keiis and tne nneettied >Torld of an a.. nee. JEWS AS VIUKIM0 f At HISS, |u| v PATHER, a c.:y creature, eras •-CD;. And the smile, critics] I his i -•.i %  to nes '.r. later made barter reference :. m idera U i ..• : Psn .•: r.d that he abai hobby : think tn< snapshot symbolises my :c:e^r veil :. in aaj project he laur.cr.t-: — siness ventures steel traps i ped on nil • rs; or fr % % %  %  • betray* II r the J i ht er ceased t. sh rssmi I ecades later in Miam.. a ^: leas: fragment aunts my father demonstrated a parti facet this mania t L I fnoa 3 Sabbath mre.ie. risat a syaagnc re. Fi %  ttBiti • rea red, he ros % heart -. .. a nuance or fl-rf .:. :. -. THE l.'GKT flKXEtS TOOAt ? N E PRELIMINARIES OVER, ar I th( Sflref V be beat u thetas scover that tha larah •. ctap : ~ Q % %  I | : L .he was laid "WheH knew te M> father reddened or. the sofa ut anser reca .atior. or. the need for intellectual honesty in I set tiu> doun as a s.er. ef has OsHMIlhllj r that .r pracuce if no; in fundamental belie: • 'V M rch for a M-.tar-.t toauxe : %  : tfifHrnaisl Jndaisa %  l I do not Deluxe bt Rather. I set saale of hu massive ccmmirjaec: to faith are .e: %  raw men. rear aeatk who see with I could hlazt like meteors sad be say urott the Welst Dylan r.e "Aad you. my father, there os the sa-.i r.--"' r tv %  *iih year fierce tears. I pray. De eat go get Bht ftagt raff against the dying of :•. lotted time, my father d-.d mere thai bis sst the dyiaf of the light — the passing al : ","'"' his CSUadren Arc urier h> UBM came seci.>. he vien" r :'e he seesne rstattes L.es m ease abilitv to rehaqu %  1 1 But the m: teviav ; .omehew to be fiickej eOeettvelj ee -;> e ivo : ... • tae % %  his pa:: makes me %  fee the Eataer's 1 a:,: BSSk ar.ev. with uhat WAS aad fa e, yet t i **•* as .: .> until jiadaissa's dawn A U:h (be rests. 1 seaue eT



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I I Friday. December 1, 1961 *Jenisti tiorMHaun Page 7-A Medical Team Seeks Fallout Xure' PHILADELPHIA — iJT.V — A s e\ en-member team of research scientists at the Albert Einstein Medical Center was disclosed this vveek to be lei'A"' chemicals .111 a arch for agents to minimize the deadly effect of racioactive falltut. Dr. P E. Luchesi. executive vice president and medical director ot the Center, explained that the chemicals had been successfully tested on mice, but that they do 1 t appear at pr?-ent to be safe i %  %  %  humans. The chemicals are m the sulfhydryl compounds. \ ;ii!ect the central nervous and circulatory systems and can protect tissue from the effects of cause illness and death in human I radioactivity, why the chemicals but they are less toxic to' beings mice. The investigation, which began five years ago under the direction of Dr. Bernard Shapiro, a specialist in rtaiosotopes, is financed by the School of Aviation Medicine of the Air University Command of the United States Air Force. The Air Force School has contributed about S219,00O to date to the project. are toxic to human tissue and how they can be made safe for human use. Dr. Shapiro reported that during the five-year experimental period, laboratory mice were given from three to five milligrams of a chemical called AET (simoneothylisotbioronium) dissolved in a solution. The mice protected by injections of AET and a control group of unpro:ected mice were then subjected to equal doses'of radiation. The protected mice showed the harmful effects of only one hall of radiation dose while the other mice suffered the effects of the total dose. .More than 500 mice have been used. be found which would cu! effects of radiation in haif, its use. "would reduce the effective dosage from 175 to 225 roentgens. Among those protected, many would become ill hut few would d;e Dr. Shapiro said that the tests indicated that AET had reduced the efiect by half. He added that in humans, a sudden radiation dosage of 850 to 450 roentgens over the entire body would kill half of the victims and many others would become sick. He explained that if ;i safe chemical protection could Rabbi to be Tocstmaster Sunday evening. Dec. 10, ?he last clay of Chanuka. a joint celebration of the Men's Club and Sistec&ood of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will be held at 7811 Carlyle ava. Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual leader of Agudath Israel, will act at toastm aster. The researchers are trying learn how the chemicals work to to Israeli Newspapers Shocked By So. African Pressures Continued from Page 1 A \ ..tantamoun: : 1 putting pressure -< Jew -. Heruf, the organ of Israel's right-wing party, recalled its opposition to Israel's policy regarding South Africa and its justification of Premier Verwoerd's disappointment at Israel. Herut eciitorialiied that the South African Government had the right to draw conclusions about Israel but had no right to demand that .'s Jewish citizens be responsible fcr Israel's policy or for their votes in the Republic's elections. "The threat hinted at in Dr. I erd's letter i< strange and bn .," the paper declared. Davar, organ of Histadrut, Mapam's Al Hamishmar and Hatzofeh, organ of the National Religious party, all regretted the tone oi the Premier's letter, and were %  •utspoken against any attempt to make South African Jews responsible for Israel's policy. Davar noted that Premier Verwoerd's statement about the Jewish vote in recent elections "would be inconceivable in any country in which the opposition is a recognized and legal body." 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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 34 — Number 48 Miami. Florida. Friday. December 1, 1961 Four Sections — Price 20' viet Military Chief Reports on Jewish Situation in Russia IS—(JTA)—Lt. Gen. David Dragunsky, a Jewish ficer who is one of the most decorated Soviet World War II, declared here that "vestiges of tism still exist in the Soviet Union." but said that st Government "is about to liquidate the last racism and popular anti-Semitism" in Russia. Dragunsky came to Paris to represent the Soviet Brans Federation at the Warsaw Ghetto exhibit, being held here at the Memorial for Unknown lartyrs. He made his comment on Soviet amiin a wide-ranging press conference, during blso asserted in fluent Yiddish that Russian Jews did not want to emigrate, nor did they want Yiddish publications. "Not more than 100 Jews of Russia, mainly old people living in the past, would choose to emigrate if a referendum were held," the stocky, fair-haired tank commander asserted. "Russia is our home, the land of our ancestors and of our future. It is more than ever so now that it had been flooded with Jewish blood by the Naii oppressors." The son or an itinerant tailor, the general asserted that anti-Semitism in Russia was a Iclt-over from Hie wartime German occupation and Nazi propaganda. He Called the publication of the Yiddish monthly. Soviet Homeland, a "political gesture."' asserting that "lew Jews were interested in reading Yiddish publications." He claimed, as evidence, that Shalom Alcichem's works in Yiddish "barely managed" to reach 30.000 circulation, while a lar larger number was sold in Russian translation. He also declared that "there is no demand for Jewish schools" and said "what would a youngster who has studied in Yiddish do after his graduation? Where would he find work?" Continued on Page 11-A 'NOT NATIVES OF ISRAEL enhewer Says Jews je Tirst Americans;' Virms Suez Decision YORK —(JTA)—President Eisenhower has indicated, in a jjoast television network program, that he feels that the voting J Presidential election proved that American Jews "are first and not natives of Israel."' [former President made that comment in a Ji.-cussion of GEN. EISENHOWER "this ambassador" Refugee Body Bows to Arab Tactics at UN {pressures associated wit!flections which took place iftcr Israel's Sinai camj le made the comment in 1 of a series on his views j presidency taped by CBS, Walter Cronkito, the j ir. introduced the subject {question: raelis claim that Ihe Sina: i. as they called this opeas to eliminate Soviet jrms in Sinai that they beksser was about to use liem Now. here is a speitior where foreign policy distinct and immediate [repercussions in the great 'lat Israel has in the L'niNow. what were the brought on you at that Eisenhower replied: "The weren't so much as I aec'iately as I was sort of by different people, some great friends of mine, lid the election is just jp, and if you do so, and n't go along with Britain •I, you will lose the eltctinued on Page 10-A Premier Verwoerd Clarifies Position on Jewish Citizens JOHANNESBURG — (JTA)— Premier Hendrik Verwoerd declared this week that his stand on Israel's United Nations position en South Africa's Apartheid policy, as it related to the status of South African Jewry, had been distorted. UNITED NATIONS—iJTA)—Arab pressures on Dr. Joseph E. John.•on. the Palestine Conciliation Commission's special representative dealing with Ihe Arab refugee problem, resulted in vital changes In Dr. Johnson's report, submitted to the United Nations General Assembly lasl Saturday, it became known here Tuesday The report, U developed here. was the second Johnson draft, lie 'bad submitted his Hrsl draft for comment, but not for changes, to! both Israel and the Arab representatives hire on Nov. 14. But,, under the pressure of the Arabs, he changed his report so that the final dralt omitted or altered im-' f I A U£* portant points found unsatisfactory JcWS TO LcowC |bj the Arabs. Among the change-. Egypt Forbids 'Sequestered' j. Speaking at the Witwatersrand annual conference ot his National Party, he strongly deplored what ; he called "exploitation" by politi1 cal foes of the contents of a private letter he had written to a Cape Town Jew in reply to a similarly private letter. He said his letter was being used to misrepresent his attitude on the question of Israel and South African Jews. The Premier said it had never been his position that Jewish citizens of South Africa did not have the right to choose whatever poKtical party they wished to support. This statement apparently Continued on Page 8-A wv Israeli Opinion Nixes Pressure JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Political sources in Israel expressed astonishment this week that Premier Verwoerd had linked the South African Jewish community's voting activities on domestic issues with Israel's position on international affairs. No official comi. lent was forthcoming on the issue. The Premier's effort to compare his Apartheid policy with Israel's goals in establishing a Jewish State were considered spurious. Israeli press comments, made before the Premier asserted his views had been distorted, inclined toward Ihe conjecture lhat the Premier's warning to South African Jews Continued on Page 7-A were these: I. In the Nov. 14 draft, D. Johnton stated the historical fact that, in 1947, the Jewish Agency accepted the United Nations plan for the partitioning of Palestine, while the Arab Higher Committee rejected the plan. In the final report, the Arab rejection of the 1947 partition resolution is not mentioned. 2. The NOV. It drall had stated clearly that, in 1948, the day after Israel declared its independence, the Arab armies invaded Israel. The final draft stated that "endemic" Arab-Israeli violence was "transformed" alter the termina(ion ol the British mandate, on j nit lire. They must assume full reMay 15, i!>48 "into organized warsponsibility for the effects in their fare between Ibe Arab States and J homes and must pay lull rent lor the newly proclaimed State of 1living In their own homes, rael." There is no; a word to in ; Vistims will be paid monthly aldicate how ihe warfare had begun, fowances out ol thenbank acor by which side. nts "proportional to their Responding to the Arab objec-1 needs." They are forbidden to distions, Dr Johnson made other charge servants, being ordered to Continued on Page 3-A PARIS — (JTA) — Egyptian Jews and foreign Jews in Egypt, whose properties have been "sequestrated" under (he recent confiscation orders issued by Egypt's President Nasser, are forbidden to leave Egypt 'until certain formalities are completed." according to Cairo press reports rccieved here this week. Details on the new Nasser program, directed against several hundred Jews m Egypt, show that not only bank accounts were seised by the government, but safe deposit boxes were sealed. The victims are allowed to live in their home as "guardians" ol the homes and furContinued en Pare 9-A Artist Faces Sentence in Twc Courts BJUW '*£>* for Chanuka are Bank Leumi Le-Israel officials in >York City as they place Menorah in special display winJews throughout the world will light the first candle ol tight-day festival, which begins Saturday evening. See lal Chanuka sections C and D.) WESTPORT, Conn. — (JTA) — Alan S. Moyler. the West Redding artist, will appear in Westport Circuit Dec 19 for sentencing on charges that for two years he harassed .mil annoyed Jewish residents of the area with anti-Semitic niaterial by mail. The 34-year-Old artist pleaded guilty (WO weeks ago in U.S. District Court in New Haven to chargi of postal violations brought against him by the United States Government. He was accused of sending dead rats and bats through the mails and with defacing mailhexes in his campaign The violations charged against him included breach ol tb" peace „nd wilful injury to private and public service property. After Circuit Judge Alfred Tuscano heard Ihe charges and Moyler's guilty plea, he ordered a pre-sentence investigation and report to be made by the adult probation officer. The report was to be ready for Moyler's Dec. 19 appearance. action was taken in the Federal court when Judge Robert p Anderson deferred sentence peni toga probation report. A Westpi : %  courl official said there was no chance that Ihe Federal and circuit sentences would be served concurrently. The artist has other troubles. He maj have to race U S Immigration ho were inlormed that Moyler is a British national.



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Friday. December 1, 1961 +Jenist> H* ridden n iind tact, they might give offense tc the Christian majority. They irnght even upset the harmony t^at now exists between Catholics, 1 rotestants and Jews in America. Besides, there is plenty to be • 'one to make American Jews betler Jews. And, anyway, admit i:ng that Judaism has an unparalI. led vision of a Messianic era and system of thought and commandments by which mankind can achieve it, why load the equally factual burdens of being a jiw on one who—whatever his other problems—is free of these special burdens? • Jewish Information Society So goes the debate when the ise of Jewish missionary efforts arises. And come up it does, i r.ncipally because some Jews have answered the proposition with a strong affirmative and are practicing what they preach. The organized aspects of Jewish missions to the American nonJew bear unobtrusive titles, acLording to Rabbi Marc H. Tanenl-aum, director of Interreligious Activities of the American Jewish Committee. For instance, there is the Information and Consultation Center set up by the influential New York Board of Rabbis, representing all three branches of Judaism. In 1959, an independent Jewish information Society was set up in < hicago by a group of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform rabbis and laymen with the announced ^oal of uniting "all the people of the world in a commitment to the One Universal God and the brotherhood of Man." Subsequently, the Society opened an office in Los Angeles. Prior to the establishment of these Jewish groups, the main tonversionist agency was the United Israel World Union, an aftiliate of the Israeli World Union for ilie Propagation of Judaism. The American activity is a hobby of Page &C %  i ^— iianu A-.i C ha link a commemorates and celebrates the first serious attempt in history to proclaim and champion the principle of religio cultural diversity in the nation. The primary aim of the Maccabees was, as we have seen, to preserve their own Jewish identity and to safeguard for Israel the possibility of continuing its traditional mission. Though inspired, however, by the particular situation of their own people, their struggle was instinct with universal implication. —Rabbi Samuel Umen. a Jewish journalist, David Horowitz. Probably the two most active protagonists for Jewish missionary efforts in the United States are David Max Eiehhorn, a Reform rabbi, and Robert Gordis, a leading Conservative rabbi and scholar. Rabbi Eiehhorn has been pushing a program of proselytism for many years. He and Rabbi Gordis have contended, in both written and spoken addresses, that Judaism was a missionary religion throughout the Roman Empire period. Rabbi Gordis has cited the historian Lecky to the effect that at one Ume some 2,000.000 Roman citizens had been converted to Judaism and that only the threat of the death penalty by the Emperor Hadrian, plus some later Byzantine decrees, forced the abandonment of such proselytizing. The American Kelorm movement has been most interested and active in such efforts. The founder of the movement, Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise, endorsed the idea in 1889. Sixty years later. Rabbi Leo Baeck urged the World TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associate* Miami Jai Alai Fronton NE 3-3201 GREETINGS HOLLEMANS RESTAURANT N.W. 78th Street at 7th Avenue THE BEST OF FOODS WITH FRIENDLY SERVICE Air Conditioned — Popular Prices — Ample Parking TO ALL GREETINGS THE AIRPORT BANK OF MIAMI NOW YOU CAN BANK SIX DAYS A WEEK ALL REGULAR BANK SERVICES PLUS COMPLETE FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT FREE CUSTOMER PARKING CONCOURSE 4, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Miami 59, Florida NE 3-2626 MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. w GREETINGS GLASS PRODUCTS, INC • %  %  224 Pan American Bank Building 150 S.E. Third Avenue Miami, Florida Union for Progressive Judaism to recapture the •'mission of Judaism." In 1950. the Central Conference of American Rabbis, after much urging by Rabbi Eiehhorn. established a 'Committee on the Unaffilia ted." The committee was instructed "to study practical means of extending the influence and acceptance of the Jewish religion." The committee has prepared tract material, presented Judaism on radio and television and has organ ized congregational preaching missions "to enlighten both Jew and non-Jew." + Convarts to Judaism Similarly, the New York Federation of Reform Synagogues conducts a course "for the preparation of prospective converts to Judaism." In 1955, H;ibbi Daniel Davis, director of the federation, said that more than 145 men and women had enrolled for the course during the year. What has ail this activity produced in meeting its goals? Rabbi Tannenbaum cites the finding of a survey of rabbis indicating that some 2,250 Christians convert to Judaism annually in the United States. The figure includes both those non-Jews who come into Judaism on their own initiative as well as those brought into the fold by the few and modest conversion programs. 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t hanuka Festival: Time for Greatness ,_.,. • _• The Importance of Fighting dfewaslri Floradian For FreedoiI1 is p ro( i aime d licimi. Florida. Friday, December 1, 1961 Section C ""-"-*"*! Paul R. Ryder, Consul General of Denmark (third from left), accepts in behalf of the King and Queen of Denmark a silver Menorah presented to their majesties in recent ceremonies by the American Jewish Committee in appreciation of Denmark's effective protection of its Jewish population during World War II. Making the presentation are (left to right) John Slawson, executive vice president of AJC; Herbert P. Ehrmann, past president of the Committee; and Ralph Friedman, chairman of AJC's foreign affairs department. AND ANTIOCHUS LET HIS SOLDIERS LOOSE IN JUDEA Celebration of Feast of Lights Seen As Triumphant Victory Over Fear By FRED STEIN "THERE is nothing to fear but %  fear." This is the meaning o! Chanuka. \ntibchus ruled over Asia Mini tiled with a ruthless hand. "The god of his fathers he reled not and he regarded no god but raised himself above everything." says a Jewish historian of that day. His arrogance turned to vengeance and spite, when pursuing his plans for the conquest of Egypt. Rome quietly stepped in. The Roman Senate had dispatched Popilas Laenas with a message for him to leave Egypt. As a Central Human Need Plates for hot Chanuka latkes. "So a sad story had a happy ending, and the little Chanuka candle glowing m the dark speaks to us of the greatest messages. Be not afraid. "I would like a little time to consider." said Antiochus Arrogant as he might be against the Judaens. he knew better than to challenge the power of Rome. For answer to Antiochus. Popilas drew a circle in the dust about him. "Before I step out of tins circle, I must have your answer," he said. Antiochus had no other recourse but to withdraw his legions. His pride wounded, he found an outlet for his passions by descendin^ on Judaea. He had heard that many of the Judaeans were pathetic to Rome. Antiochus let his soldiers loose in Judea, killing men. women and children, burning homes and looting the Temple of its golden candlesticks and other treasures. He issued a decree commanding the Judaeans to cease the worship of their faith and offer sacrifices to swine. The priests were ordered to eat swine flesh. The Lone Candle Fear and panic seized the Judaens. •'There was great mourning in the land." writes the Book of Maccabees. "The princes and elders mourned, the virgins and young men were made feeble and the beauty of women changed.'' All the darkness of the world, the rabbis of old wrote, contemplating the Chanuka candle, cannot extinguish the light of one lone candle. The lone candle that could not Continued on Page 12-C By MEIR CHARNIAK I T is sometimes astonishing — and always illuminating — to discover h o w ancient holidays renew themselves in our time; how past traditions and events take on new meanings and speak to us across the ages. For many years now, it has been stated by Jewish spiritual leaders, historians and sociologists that Chanuka is a minor Jewish holiday, not to be measured against the major holidays. Chanuka, after all does not possess the awesomeness of Rosh Hashona or Yom Kippur: nor does it have the "togetherness" of Passover. Indeed, the literature on Chanuka is scant. There is little music related to the holiday and except tor the miracle of the cruse of oil burning for eight days instead of one, Chanuka is remembered and celebrated for the military victory of the Maccabees over their Syrian oppressors in 165 B.C.E., and the reclaiming and rededication of the Temple which had been defiled by the Syrians and Greeks. Decision to Fight Nevertheless, as we move into the 1960's of this century, we. Jews and non-Jews alike, are taking more serious cognizance of Chanuka as a festival of deep meaning. Many Jewish holidays are purely religious, or are related to the agricultural cycle in ancient Palestine (and modern Israel). But Chanuka, almost more than any other fete, proclaims the importance of fighting—even if hopelessly—for freedom. It happened, in this case, to be religious freedom. But it is the kind of fight with Which we of the twentieth century are familiar. We see counterpart of the Chanuka story almost every year somewhere on the face of the earth. What, after all, is the Chanuka Story? It is the tale of a small group of men who are outnum bered and persecuted by the occupying forces in their homeland. They are not permitted to observe their faith, but they are encouraged to live freely under a strange way of life. That is to say, if they are willing to she I their Judaism, they can live com fortably. It sounds like a familiar pattern, doesn't it? If they fight, the odds are great that they will be defeated, humiliated and crushed. Their opponents are the best and most powerful soldiers in the world In addition, many fellow Jews already have succumbed to the alien power and have found the new faith interesting and in triguing. What is wrong, they asked, with Hellenism, the Greek: concept of living the full life? Nothing, they reply, and they assimilate happily. But the hard core—and there always seems to be such a core, not only among Jews, but also among other peoples—decides to fight. There is a confrontation in a little town called Modin, a town never again prominent in history. Today, it is a name on the map of Israel, with scarcely any people there, with no landmarks or monuments. Yet it was in Modin that an old man, who had five stalwart sons, defied the Syrians who attempted to force him. and his people, to bow to strange gods. The incident of Mattathias and his five sons has been retold again and again, in story and in poetry. This is the easy part of the story, one which Continued on Page 13 C The Jewish chaplain and his assistant, well-clothed against the icy winds at a U.S. Air Force Base in Alaska, illuminate the Menorah for Chanuka. Around the world, GIs observe the Festival of Lights, as they observe all Jewish holidays, through the programs of the National Jewish Welfare Board. "Thus, Chanuka is timeless and Judah Maccabee, his father, his brothers, and his followers symbolize all men who are ready to take up arms for liberty." •N • • 4^4


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w IFriday. December 1, 1961 t'Jewisti Fhyridtifuri Page 9-D man soldiers and the Gestapo were en the hospital grounds and he waa afraid one of them might wander in. He decided to hide the Jews for the night in the ement of the psychiatric building. Next day. Dr. Sccher delivered 200 more Jews to Bispebjerg Hospital. "I knew then.'' said Dr. Koster. 'that the hospital uas going to be an important center in the rescue operation of the Danish Jews. I welcomed the idea, tut I knew that we had to eel better organized." Operating Room Tragedy Dr. Koster asked head nurse Signe Jensen for help in shelter* lews in staff apartments on the hospital grounds. The nurse .-poke to about forty of her associates who quickly gave her keys to thtir apartments and moved in with other nurses, sleeping on Irving room couches, on floors, in bathtubs. The next day, nurse Jensen received a delegation of angry nurses — angry because they had net been asked to help. They demanded to know what they ould do to save the Jews. Nurse Jensen explained her role to me readily: "When you have a democracy, you must be will* ing to fight to preserve it. I had Leen engaged in illegal work against the Germans since April, 1940, when they first occupied Denmark. When the Jewish problem c:opped up here. I knew I had to help the Jews They were my countrymen." The rescue operation conducted from Eispebjerg Hospital had its mishaps. In one case, the Germans raided the operating room of the hospital, found a surgeon Operating on a Jew, and machine gunned to death everyone in the room. Once at the docks, the Jev 8 had to be taken by boat to safe harbor. The Germans used many devices along the docks to try to trap the Jews. Among them were vicious dogs, used to sniff out human cargo. Danish scientists, however, concocted a powder made of dried blocd and coca ne, which was dusted on the decks cf the fishing vessels and confused the dogs. Twenty five miles north of Copenhagen, in Elsinore. scene of Shakespeare's Hamlet, was a rescue group known as the Elsinore Sewing Circle. Among its leaders were Dr. Gerrsfeldt, a physician. Thomod Larsen, a po iceman, and Earling Kaier, a sea captain. They rescued many Jewish children. Dr. Gerrsfeldt injected them with a serum that kept them unconscious for hours so they would not cry out during a crucial part of the operation; Larsen carried the unconscious children out to Captain Kaier's boat; Kaier transported them to the Swedish coast. In January, 1944. during a raid on the area. Policeman Larsen was shot and severely wounded by the Germans. I asked him why he harl ri>ked his life to save Jews. Larsen was puzzled by my question. "These people needed help. How could anyone not help them?" Ole Lippman. one of the chiefs of the underground movement, said that the Danes' work at saving Jews had a direct bearing on their overall resistance effort. 'The Danes are a peace-loving. 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At (he end of I Field Marshall Montgomery • that the Danish resist: • ment was second to none. Everything Returro^ In May. 1945. after I surrender, the Danish Jev back to their homeland. bi Melchior. the we! Jews received on the Denmark was ever. mor< significant than their exoduThe • pie of other countries have let their Jews go before and. perhaps, they were happy to get rid of them, especially when Jewish homes, property, money were involved. In such cases, saying 'goodbye is easier than saying 'welcome back." But when we returned, our fellow Danes did saj 'welcome back." And how said it — emotionally, with open arms and hearts. Our homes, our businesses, cur property ar.fi money had been taken care of and returned to us. In some cases we found our hous.-s rt i. Joseph Willen, vice president of the National Council of Jewish Women, presents a Chanuka Menorah to United Natlons Under-Secretary Andrew Cordier in recognition of his 15 ol sfe -ice to the UN, al the NCJW's fifth annual United N'c lions Institute. and 1 re were flowers table," he told me. "You • imagine how happy it ma .. feel to be back home. welt me we received from tl • King, l.-om everybody. is the mc it important historic event in modem Danish-Jewish history." There wire examples of cour• in all of the occupied countries, but Denmark's record of .ing almost its entire Jewish population is unmatched. There no one answer to the question: Why the Dines? One reason lies ;: Denmark's geographical prox.. ... •' neutral Sweden, and the facl that Sweden willingly accepted .1" refugees who reached her shores. But this would mean little were it not for the courage shown by the King, the Church, the medical profession, student groups and business organizations that undoubtedly inspired the general population to follow suit. Beyond that, we must consider Denmark's long tradition of democracy: as early as 1690. the concept of the ghetto was condemned by the Danish parliament as -inhuman." In 1814. all racial ar.d religious discrimination was declared illegal in Denmark. The deeper answer, perhaps, is that democracy and humanitarianism go hand-in-hand. %  for the Holiday Season • FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY HELPING BUILD FLORIDA



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POM :3 +Jenist fliruJiDfi Friday, Dere.T.i.:: I Frances i>.Tn We the Women ESTME* WOMAN OF THE WEEK Esther Mn -. I rte holds lots of feeor tU. hut here's one *..-: —.o: people can ..%  -• tt> S-e was borr. in CbJ( : : 5 v . at an E;k Club dance hen she was 15. So he waited until she was through with all of her -'.h. ling before they were married. Aa pledge of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. ::rls were asked to take care of their prors' children. The word "baby-sitter had not jret been coined. Esther sat for ar. associate professor of history — who was none other than Dr. Abrarr. L Sachar. who is now president of Brandeis University. T*ie baby who was always as good as gold is now Dr Howard Sachar. author of several books, now in Israel a director of an institution there There was no question about community participation being part of Esther's life. Her mother. Rose Pohn. and her grandmother. km WB aMother Jacobs were outstandng philanthropists in Chicago. When Mr. and Mrs Schwartz moved here ten years ago. they attended a Brandeis Univemty dinner, ano liius was bom her absorbing esl and devotion to Brandeis University National Women's Commute She is on the national board and presently chairman of the Southarea conference that -tans a: the Eden Roc hotel on Sunday. She has always believed that a Jewish-sponsored non-sectanan university as long overdue aa gift of the Jews of America to the nation. Mr and Mrs Schwartz love to travel to far away places. Hong Kong being one of their favorites They are curious, wanting to see how n live, and ITJ mg to discover il people are basically the same. They worn a path in the ikjways to Chicago, where their daughter. l, and her husband. Ronnie Berger. live. According to Esther. Jan and Louis are the two mot adorable grandchildren in the world. Since Ibeir ion. David, who lives in Chicago, has the same idea about his r • e* and nephew, it mu.-t be so. Esther bubbles ever with enthusiasm and bring* a fre-h approach to b -he tackles in the community. That is why her services are v.:. demand. JUST FOR FUN It wa> under the pir.k-andwhitc-stnped tent at Monroe and Florence Cooperman's party Fink and red flowers were on the small tables around the dance floor Twelve-year-old Steven, in a red jacket, danced with himoth< r. who looked o pretty in a white beaded gown. The two lies, Bennett and Jellrey. were "out'' for the evening. The dancing, the wonderful music, the hot h'ors d'oevres. and the dnnkvtr.t or. and on. Amor.g the 130 people enjoying thcm-elve^ were the Kurt Peisers. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Trope. Nat and Janice Lee. Mortie rnd Marjone Hill, and Mike and Joyce Sumberg. The Coopermans had ju-t returned from 'hat six-day CTUise on he Franca C, so every once in a while the Leonard Markets, the Mai Roths, and the Gus Cbusmirs wouJd gel into H corner to remind each ether of some'hmg that took place on the cruise. THE GRAVEY TRAIN Another Thanksgiving Day has rolled around: another turkey and I •her pumpkin pie have been eaten W'estvicw Country Club hart its al Thanksgivins Day dinner parly. Among the family dinner groups i were those of the Jacob Shers, the Sam Liptons. the Joseph Lip t i the Leonard Trieaters, and the Leonard Wiens. Fall flowers decorated each table, as well as an individual turkey browned to a turn. V I .,left of the turkey, each ho-t took home Marvin and Barbara Haven had. a traditional Thanksgiving dinner i • 'heir family. The twins and Nancy greeted their cousin* with much Th< cousins a."'Shelly and Rona Aberman's children. Mrs. Nathan Satei bi igbl her mother. .MrAnn Kaplan, to the dinner. Mrs. Sater is Barbara and Rona's mother. Ralph and Gladys Kaplan Ralph is MrSat< Iherj had their n< tighter, Arlene. and her land, Mai From berg to their house. And the other wing ol the ly Dr and Mrs, Sherman Kaplan, served as hosts to Mary R i mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. Morris E kind, at their home Otherhaving family dim wen Mary and Harold Per[• r Mrs Doroth Dr, and Mrs. Alexander Robbins, Mr. and Mrs Neal Schiff, .Mr and Mrs Louis Stoff, Mr. and Mrs. William Farr Mr and Mrs. Samuel Silverberg Thata lot ol cranberry sauce. FOOD GOOD—WEATHER PERFECT It was a six-day cruise on the Franca C Everyone had lots ol lun. Joan (Mrs. Jerry/ Union fell and sprained her ankle, but that didn't ^op her in the least from having a grand time, she even was a judge ID the male beauty contest. Lots of people had a wonderful time, in eluding Mann) and Rita Flnkelstein, Lou and Phyllis Leeds, Arnold and Florence Rubin Mayor and MiKenneth Oka. and the Sidney GorcttOVS. %  + NEVER BEFORE When Dr J A. Greenhouse rnd his wife were on their way home from Tel Aviv, he had a most interesting experience There was a Yemenite rabbi on the plane and he wanted to form a minyon. Dr. Greenhou-e. who is quite an organizer, got the ten men together in the rruldle of the plane. It was the first time that any of them, including the rabbi, had attended services 22.0OU feet in the air. • • SEVENTEEN COUNTRIES AND TWENTY-SEVEN PORTS In order to do what they are supposed to do. according to the Caronia brochure, on their two-and-a-half-month cruise, Fred and Frances Abrams will have to enter two ports in some countries. Frances will show Fred around in England because he has never been there. But it is the first time for both of them for Africa. Russia and Turkey. Miriam Kobley and Dr. and Mrs. Max Gratz are also on the ship, and it sounds like fun for all of them. %  Evening Nuptial's For Hollanders Jear.r.c Eras • ere united in :age on Thursda;.. No .. 23. --, %  the Algiers hotel, with Rabbi ne Labcvitz officiating at the 6 30 p.m. ceremony Daughter cf Mrs. uilian Segal!. 1M0 Bay rd.. and the late Monroe Segal!, "the bride is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High, and is presently attending Charron Williams Commercial College. For her wedding the nnde wore a pe-u de -o:e gown with scoop neckline n ith chant illy lace and bracelet-length sleeves The very ith scattered appliques : cbantiOy lace, termina'ed in a flowing chapel train topped by a high half bow. Her triple-tiered bouffant veil of French illusion fell from a ir'an o: seed pearls. Short white gloves completed the ou'fit Mrs. Mar\:n Greenwald, the bridegroom's sister, was her only attendant. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hollander, of Newark. N.J He is an alumni of the University of Miami, and is presently affiliated with the CharronWilliams Commercial College. Alpha Kappa Psi is his fraternity. After a honeymoon trip to the Islands, the young couple will live m Miami. Wi DC K. :. MKS. IKWIN HOUANDEK •' %  MRS. NAT BAKER Miss Lansky Now Mrs. Nat Baker Linda Mary Lansky and Nat Baker were united in marriage on Saturday. Nov. 25. by Rabbi Norman Shapiro in the Diplomat hotel, where a reception followed the ceremony The new Mrs. Baker is the daushter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lansky. of Hollywood. Fla.. and was attended by Phyllis Kouolick as maid 6/ honor. Matron of honor for her -uter was Mrs. Riki Szyperski. Parents of the bridegroom are Mrs H. Baker, of Providence. R.I and the late Mr Baker. Serving as best man was Edward Torgan. and Lenny Meyers, Richard Oster and John Szyperski were usherThe newlyweds are both graduates of Boston University. The former Miss Lansky al.-o attended Michigan State and Souh Broward High. Their new home will be in Providence. R I. Goldmans Will Be Honored Here A reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J Goldman and Mr. and MrI. E. Goldman will be given Saturday evening by Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women. Mrs. Leo Goldman is a member of the national board of Pioneer Women, and has been an active member of Kadimah in virtually every major position in the organization. Mrs. I. E. Goldman has won the "Ashes Chail" award of the Israel Bond Organization This vear also marks the senior Goldmans' golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. Leah Friedson is chairman of the committee planning the affair Saturday evening at Temple Zamcra. Mrs. Clara Leff. Pioneer Women's national president, will be guest speaker. Dory Auerbach. Miami businessman and friend of the Goldmans. will give the keynote address. Appropriate mu-ic W ill be offer ed by Miss Muriel Ramm. MrLillian Raffel is Kadimah chapter president. Chanuka Festival Wednesday Chanuka Festival of the David Pinski Folk School will be held on Wednesday evening. 8 p.rn at ihe Farband Labor Zionist Cuiture Center. 842 Washington ave Children of the school will participate in -inging and recitations ol Yiddish and Hebrew songs. They ill also perform the traditional lighting of the Chanuka candles. f&fr* FOR ALL OCCASION? WEDDINGS OVR sPKMirr ALGIERS JkhhL 2513 COLLINS AVENUI Phone JE 4-2907 OPEN 7 DAYS • 9 o.m.-ll a a. • U.IVIXY ANYWHIRE a frwi l CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED Mr and Mrs. Jack Bloom, of Astoria. NY. announce the engagement ot their daughter. Gloria, to Henry Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs Mack Levy, 1520 SW 14th -t i Gloria Bloom Engaged o-^+i>'mm0'^~mmB-t>'m^i>-~m' t m~<>~m-i*m~-^m-'mm-~ | DIRECT FROM 1HE MARLENE DIETRICH SPECTACULAR TO DADE COUNTY AUD.-Fri. 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Pcge 14-B *Jenisfi fkridKann Friday. Dece-.ber Touring Miamians To be Honored ".o the Pan-American I lends ol I-: ael Go d-Will Tour. 300 Miami leaders will bv feted at Imbassj in Mexico cry this iay even ng The Miamiars will be guests <>i Israel's Amba-acior to Mexico ard other Central American Natioi s. MordoTchaf ShncTrsfin" The tt i.nr.L Miamian>. under the leadership o£ Samuel Friedland. Greater Miami Israel Bond chairman. Carl Weinkle. Cruise Ccmmodore. and Dr. Aaron Kahan. executive d rector • %  ( the Israel Bond Organization. will arrive in Vera Cruz. to. Friday on the last leg of %  orne) aboard Israel Zim Lines' SS Jerusalem, which has taken to Haiti. Curacao. Colombia. Venezuela ami Panama. In each oi these countries, the I re guests ol the govtents and the Jewish communitu s at f< stive receptions I pi n arrival in Vera Cruz, the fly by chartered plane City, where they ill be %  ai ,i govei • < it i eception specia I hanuka party by Am Shneerson at I s rest lence, The '6v0 touring Miamians will .beard the SS Jerusalem i Vera C Sunday to re Miami on Tuesday. Michael Gibsons are Hosts Lebedik r Branch. Farband Labor Z'onist order, will present a Chanuka celebratitn on Sundaj al Farbanci Center, 842 Washil Hosts for the evening are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gibson.stars of the Yiddish theatre, in honor ol their new grandson. Floral Decor To be Shown Ml Sinai Hospital Garden Club lei luncheon and Honda; 'he home lib 4th ter • Isle '. %  mbers wiU display decorati : iati : r K i omii holidaj seas or as well as I : :n in a Students Will Fete Residents %  aticn will present ram at lome I •: Age Wednesday at? ; er.ts th( scl ol i ntertain .' Home annuallj during the Chanuka and Passover holidays nd narrations. In appreciation, the residents last year presented the school with a ceramic Passover plate made in their own workshop. JEWELS SILVER WORKS OF ART F.'nitur*, Anl c.es and Curloi INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIESl 1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach T. SCHORR %  vsmesi Phone JI 1-1025 Residence Pbene JE 4-2503 DAN CHAPPELL 402-03 Industrial National Bank Building LOTSPEICH COM PAWV IETAIL INDUSTRIAL Autkorhtd ComUmclpri Tile-Ttx Asphalt lilt 275 NE 59th STREET PL 4-1658 Cinerama Coming To South Florida Harry Botwick. Southea>tern Division manager for Florida State Theatres, this week announced the exclusive South Florida engagement of "This is Cinerama"' in the Florida Theatre on East Flagler st. The Florida Theatre, a landmark in the downtown business -ection since 1916 when it opened as the Hippodrome, is now closed for a complete renovation and the installation of the highly complex multi machine system necessary fi i the presentation of the Cinerama process "With its reopening in mid-December, the Florida Theatre will become the only theatre here that will or can .-how Cinerama productions — the exclusive home ol Cinerama productions. Bol said. Each of the live Cinerama films will be shown lor limited engagements starting with -This is Cinerama." Other(0 follow will be -en W riders ol the World." I inerama Holidaj." Search tor dise" and ""South Seas Adventure "This iCinerama" opens Dec. 13. and will be shown on a roadbasis, with all seats reserved each ol ten -howa week. Matinees will be held ever) We Inesday, Saturday and Sunday, with evenii rmances every night Golden Agers Plan Celebration • The Golden Age Fnend-h.p Club ot the Miami Beach VMHA will pre.-ent its annual Chanuka celebration and luncheon Sunday noon al 1536 Bay rd. A traditional Chanuka luncheon will be served, and there will be professional entertainment, dancing, and prize.-. The club will be host to the Golden Age Friendship Clubs from Newport New-. Norfolk and Richmond. Va. Harry Levin, president, announcelhat thiyear's party markthe l"th Chanuka celebration given by the club Free bus transportation will be provided and all senior citizens are invited to attend. 1CL £?*G* AUGUST BROS R V r is the BEST.' TO ALL GREETINGS BACHE &Co. 9578 HARDING AVENUE EDW'N S. CROOKS Manager HAPFY HOLIDAY "3 ALL OUR FP ENDS AND PATRONS irles Sonne and Family ACE FORMAL WEAR, INC. 1125 W. Flagler St. Phone FR 7-4621 MIAMI TO ALL HAPPY CHANUKA J. S. 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-,*" 111 Page 10-D + kwist fhrHi^r Friday, December 1, jqc The Vatican and the Jews During the War Continued from P*g* 6-D of the free practice of the Catholic religion, based on divine right and guaranteed bv Article 1 of the Concordat." The article underlines the fact that this declaration was made at a particularly dramatic moment for the Jews of Rumania, and it came, as the climax of dramatic negotiations which had started after the announcement, in ttoc month of August of that sanup year, that the mass deportation of the Jews in the territories east of the Dnieper which was synonymous of extermination was imminent. "The problem of the Jewish minority of Rumania." writes Father .Martini, "had never been adequately solved. The prominent position of many Jews and the influence exerted by them on the life of the nation exposed them to jealousies, accusations, resentments among large strata of the population, easily exploited by the extremist move mew. The uncertainty of their condition worried both the leaders of the communities and the Rumanian Government itself. On Dec. 7. 1938. the Rumanian Government in fact had addressed an cfticial note to the great powers to call their attention on the gravity of the Jewish problem in Central Europe and to advocate some decisive action for a quick and radical settlement ol this problem .*' Tragic Situation Worsens "The same year.'' the article states, "a Rumanian Jewish commercial firm had made repeate.i attempts to obtain the transfer ol 50.000 Rumanian Jewish families to Spain, suggesting to the Holy See the endorsement of such a project, following the baptism of the entire group. The absurd project was rejected f:r.-t ol all by Spain. "In July 1940. the first decrees against Rumanian Jews were Issued. One of them concerned also converted Jews and established that their children could only attend public schools in the proportion of six percent, and could not attend Catholic professional schools because of their Jewish origin. Obviously, the Minister of Education and" Cults. Horia Sima. wanted to apply racial concepts imported from Hitler Germany. The Apostolic Nuncio took immediate steps and was promised that the baptized pupils of Jewish origin would be aMowed to attend Catholic pro fessional schools." The article describes how the situation of Rumanian Jews became more tragic after the upheaval and the pogroms by the Iron Guards in January, 1941. and the arrival in Bucharest of %  SS Richter, a specialist in Jewish problems, with the purpose of exerting pressure on Rumanian authorities for the application of the arti-Semitic program of the Iron Guards On Mar. 21. 1941. a new decree prohibited to Jews the conversion to another religion. 1hus establishing the principle that "Jews are always Jews, also if they are baptized." The author highlights all the steps taken by the Apostolic Nuncio in order to bring to the attention of Rumanian authorities that thee decik)-s constituted a violation of the Concordat ar.d of the freedom of the Ca'holic Church. Althoueh the Nuncio had been given by Rumanian authorities guarantees which had at first appeared as rdequa"e. the situation soon tragically deter.orated The article continues: At Mercy of Armies "On June 22. 1941. Hitler declared war against the Soviet Union, and the Rumanan Army crossed the border. The 'liberation" of the territories of Bukovina and Bessarabia, achieved by the close military cooperation with the German Army, created a dangerous situation, particularly from the viewpoint of the Jewish problem The great Jewish communities of Bukovira and Bessarabia were at the mercy of the advancing armies. It was discovered that in the territories which had been occupied by the Soviet Union in 1940. Jewish elements had endorsed the new government and communism. "This supplied a pretext for a general persecution which concretized itself in massacres, in the creation of ghettoe<. and in the mass transfer of Jews to the concentration camps of Transnistria. At the same time, on the entire Rumanian territory. other discriminatory measures and deportations spread panic and terror everywhere. "Not only converted Jews, but also many other Jewish families artdres.-ed themselves to the Nunc o tor help and protection. He did his best and. on Oct. 20. he took steps in favor cf the Jews with Foreign Minister Antonescu. who admitted to the Nuncic the existence of an established plan to settle the Jewish problem although adding that the government didn't intend to be too radical. He had good arguments in part when underlining actions performed by groups of Jews who were Bolshevik sympathizers. "However, in the month of December, the Nuncio could write to the Vatican's Secretary of State. Cardinal Maglione. that he had received guarantees for the converted Jews and that, as far as non-Catholic families were concerned, he had supplied, following a request by the government, lists of persons immune from evil actions. As a result, many of these persons had not been molested. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNE WALTER E. HEADLEY. JR. CHIEF OF POLICE MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR THE HCLDAYS ATLAS SCREW & SPECIALTY COMPANY, INC. Bolts — Nuts — Screws — Washers — Expansion Bolts Steel — Brass — Stainless — Aluminum IRVING M. STERN 3675 NW 67th ST. Miami OX 1-4351 "The effect'veness of the v cio's intervention and the clemency used by the government toward the converted was wel corned with great relief by the Jewish minority, but created a delicate problem. The movement of Jews converting to. Catholicism had had a comforting rhythm before the war. But. after the first measures against the Jews and the entrance of Rumania into the war. this movement had developed greatly, attracting the attention of the state. "The Rumanian hierarchy had been rightly strict, to make sure that the conversions were dictated by spiritual and not by other motives, and had establish ed that each baptism had to be preceded by six months of intense preparation. However, i-i the iast months, the requests for Conversions had multiplied, and always with the urgent request that the term of six monthbe shortened. The hierarchy then drew a distinction, abbreviating the time for the preparation to the baptism, but demanding a record period of instruction before admitting the newly baptized to the other sacraments." The author then explains how the Rumanian government, upon seeing its racial program of "Rumanization." aimed at the elimination cf Jewish influx, threatened by these conversions, requested its ambassador to the Holy See. General Papp. to addre-< to the Pope the request "that the baptism of Jews be suspended for some time, possibly until the end of the war." But the reply of the Vatican's Secretary cf State. Cardinal Maglione. was a clear one: 'When a person, sincerely convinced of the truth of the Catholic faith and sufficiently instructed, requests the baptism, the Church cannot refuse it without disobeying the divine law."" Violation of Concordat When attempts were made by the Rumanian Government to obtain from the parish churches the list of the converted Jews, their names and the names of the baptizing priests, again the Church reacted, denouncing this request as a violation of the Concordat While these verbal contnnerContinued on Page 11-D GREETINGS KURTZ BARBER SHOP No Waiting %  %  Expert Haircufting 1300 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach HOLIDAY GREETINGS EDWIN M. GREEN, INC. SWIMMING POOLS 775 NW. 21st STREET Phone 377-1731 HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Friends & Patre-s MIAMI BEACH KEY SHOP 810-5th STREET Phone JE 8-5409 L. H. BROWN BEST WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA LESLIE SIMMONDS RAY SMITH TO ALL GREETINGS TRANSMISSION PROBLEMS • HYDRA-MATIC • FORDOMATIC • TORQUEFL ITE • DYNAFLOW • TURBO DRIVE • JETAWA> • POWERGLIDE • POWERFLITE • TURBOC-. 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Pgge 10-C +Jfi*l fhrkttar Friday, December 1. 1961 To All Best Wishes "Shippers of the World's Finest Tomatoes" Miami Tomato Corporation Tomatoes. Pocking & Shipping 1040 East 26th Street HIALEAH, FLORIDA TO ALL GREETINGS J. Glynn Tax Advisor Co, Inc. SPECIALIZING IN State, County and Municipal Real Estate, Personal Property, and Intangible Taxes. TAX COUNCILLORS JAY GLYNN, President 8 Years Chief Deputy Dade County Tax Assessor 3826 W. Flagler St. Miami 44, Fla. Phone HI 4-8416 To All Greetings FREEZY PALACE OF MIAMI "SOFT ICE CREAM DISTRIBUTORS" 2322 NW 7th COURT NE 4-1981 To All Greetings Greater Commerce Purveyors Ltd. Purchasing Agents — Forwarding Offices Metropolitan Office Bldg. 213 NE 2nd AVENUE Ph. 374-0674 TO ALL BEST WISHES Interamerican Laboratory Service CLINICAL LABORATORY ALSO SOUTH MIAMI BRANCH JOHN ELLIOTT BLOOD BANK 5946 SW 73rd STREET Ph. 667-3689 SO. MIAMI TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS WERNER KAHN PHOTOGRAPHER 2511 Collins Ave. • Miami Beach JE 1-1872 i I GREETINGS J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC. MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT Room 3001st National Bank Bldg., Coral Gables, Fla. HOLIDAY GRttTINGS SOUTH MIAMI RADIATOR SERVICE COMPUTE UNI Of NEW RADIATORS 5928 SW 68th STREET Phone MO 5-3314 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Adams Glass Service i 1919 Purdy Acenue. Miami Beach Phone JE 8-0851 The Flood of Chanuka Candles from Israel By DAVID BENJAMIN rROM Bangor, Me., and Boston %  to Los Angeles and San Francisco and all the way in between, wherever in a Jewish household the little Chanuka candle is kindled, the chances are that it will be an Israeli make. A little light from Israel will penetrate hundreds of thousands of Jewish homes here. According to the Statistics Department of the Israel Bond Organization, candles and Mcoorahs have become a substantial item of Israeli exports. It is estimated that 70 percent of the Chanuka candles in use in the United States will be of Israeli make. Some of this may be due to sentimental reasons associated with religion, but basically, according to dealers, practical reasons account for the increasing popularity of the Israeli candle. It is a better Chanuka candle. Tradition has it that when Judas Maccabeus reentered the Temple, he found only enough oil for one day, but it miraculously lasted for eight and so for eight nights we kindle the Chanuka candles. The present Israeli Chanuka candles have no such miraculous potency, but they burn longer than the ordinary candle. It is made to burn slower. Greater Attractiveness Place a row of eight candles burning together, said one dealer, and the heat of one will accelerate the burning of the others. They will melt very fast, and so burning slow as the Israeli candle does, is on important consideration. Also, the dealer added, the Israeli candles are dripless and ACME RADIATOR SERVICE SALES AND SERVICE Radiators put in First Class Shape ROBERT F. JOHNSTON 2144 NW 27th AVENUE Miami, Florida Phone NE 4-8695 GREETINGS TO ALL RICH PHOTOS PHOTOGRAPHY Commercial Photo Finishing FILMS and CAMERAS 18 SW 27th AVENUE HI 5-2741 TO ALL GREETINGS FRANK'S BARBER SHOP 6 Barbers, No Waiting Manicuring & Shoe Shine 7405 Collins Ave. UN 6-9354 Miami Beach VERN0N D. BOND Bond Transfer Co., Inc. I rucking 2160 NW 8th AVENUE PHONE FR 4-3144 in.Miiinii "The Thief and the Hangman," an original opera by Abraham Ellstein and Morton Wishengrad, is based on an ancient Yemenite tale dealing with man's struggle for personal righteousness. The opera was presented in October by Directions '62, a joint production of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and the American Broadcasting Co. gotten up more colorfully. The buyer will have to pay a few cents more, but Chanuka comes only once a year. The greater attractiveness also accounts tor the great increase in the sale of Israeli Menorahs in the U.S. Some years back, shortly after the creation of the Jewish State, and the Negev was first beginning to be explored, many looked despairingly at the great stretches of its sand. What could be done with this sand? it was asked. An Israel Bond leader picked up a handful of sand and said "Israel may find gold in these sands.'' The manufacture of Menorahs from these sands is proving the truth of this prediction. The sands are being used in the ceramic industries. _. Dealers say the Israeli manufacturers, abreast of the development of modern art, have introduced abstract and modernistic designs appealing to the artloving as well as the religious. There has been a substantial sale of Israeli made Menorahs among non-Jews. One very popular type of Menorah has come to be known as "The Baptist." It got its name a few years back following a convention of Baptist ministers in Baltimore, when one of the ministers going shopping bought an Israeli MeContinued on Page 11-C Best Wishes for the Holiday MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein FOR REST AND RELAXATION AT YOUR FAVORITE FURNITURE STORE I B. MALONE MATTRESS CO. SEASONS GREETINGS AMERICAN SPRINKLER CO. 3701 N. Miami Avenue PL 9-0757 IN A HURRY CALL KIMBALL MURRAY THE LUXURY DRY CLEANERS 5705 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phone PL 8-5521 6220 N.W. 2nd Avenue



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Friday, December 1, 1961 Jewisti noridiain Page 11-C On Discovering What Makes a Miracle By DAVID SCHWARTZ QN Chanuka. lighting t h e ^ candles we recall the blessing "the miracles wrought in those days at this time of the But miracles are always happening. In 1917. almost the same kind of miracle occurred as in Maccabean days. It was during the first World War. The British had promulgated' the Balfour Declaration promising a Jewish Homeland, but what did it amount to? Lake Walter Reuther promising someone Rockefeller's money. The Turks had Palestine and the Turks weren't promising the Jews anything but trouble. Such men as Ben-Gurion and Ben-Zvi were expelled from Palestine by the Turks. Hundreds of Jews were arrested and tortured by the Turks. The Jews were on the side of t h e British, of course. Heroic Sarah Aaronson hung out her clothes line to signal the British. She was caught by the Turks and tortured so much she killed herself. The Jews badly required a miracle. Chanuka Latkes Lloyd George who had helped bring about the Balfour Declaration picked General Allenby from a distant front to command the battle in the Near East. The general wasn't very Zionistic in the beginning although later he became so and they named Allenby Street in Tel Aviv after him. When he first came to Palestine, he wrote his wife about the different kinds of birds there. He was very much interested in birds and also the camels fascinated him. He saw them eating sharp spined cactus. He wondered how they could do it. knives. Like eating Allenby's army began making headway. Sooner or later it would take Jerusalem, but how came it that he entered the city exactly %  on -ClwNU)k*momingT*-~•—* %  The explanation is that his cook, his mess sergeant on the morning before Chanuka, woke up feeling he would like to have ham and eggs for breakfast. Around Chanuka time, he should have wanted latkes. But the mess sergeant wasn't a Jew. Still, he should have known better than to want that. For some time, as I remember, stories had been appearing in the American newspapers about the starvation raging in Palestine. The British army had taken along with them a supply of meats, but an egg m Palestine was a museum piece. But this mess sergeant somehow couldn't get it out of his head —how nice it would be to have some anijlo and behold, as he had about come to the conclusion that it was wiser not to waste time on such a futile ambition, he heard a rooster crowing. "Ho-Ho," he said, "If there is a rooster, can chickens and eggs be far away?" He ran outside to find the rooster and saw not a rooster but a man waving something white. It was a messenger from the Mayor of Jerusalem offering the surrender of the city. Why did the rooster crow just at this particular time, so as to make it possible for Allenby to re-take Jerusalem on Chanuka morning? It was a miracle. As Shakespeare said, there are more things under heaven and on earth than are dreamed of in your philosophy. Horatio. Ben-Gurion once said you have to work hard to make a miracle We don't really understand about these things Picasso says that to paint a masterpiece, you have to close your eyes and sing. Maybe something like that is necessary to make a miracle. No doubt, science some day, will find out just what it is that makes a miracle tick. Chanuka Candles from Israel Continued from Page 10-C norah. His colleagues saw it and one told the other and now dealers commonly speak of this particular type as "The Baptist." The Menorah is probably the oldest Jewish symbol. It apparently antedates t h e Mogen David. Long before King David, we are told in Scripture that the Tabernacle in the wilderness had a huge Menorah. The Menorah in the Temple of Jerusalem, according to the Talmud, was made of gold and was six feet high. When Titus conquered Jerusalem, he took the Menorah with him and was so proud of his trophy, that on the arch he had constructed in Rome, celebrating the victory over the Jews, he had engraved a picture of Roman soldiers carrying the Menorah. What became of this Menorah? Many have puzzled over this question. It is said that the vandals who sacked Rome, carried it to Africa and that, in later wars, it was carried back and deposited in some crypt of a Christian church and someday, it may be rediscovered. GREETINGS ELLIOTT E. STALLINS STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY "THROUGH SERVICE TO YOU WE GROW" 218 CATALONIA AVE Coral Gables HI 6-1653 GREETINGS... Hoiier Company, Inc. Fire and Casualty Insurance Hoaser Realty Co., Ini. Real Estate — Property Management Florida Bond and Mortgage Co. Mortgage Loan* & Investments 616 SW 12th AVENUE Dial FR 3-6631 2534 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale Ph. 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riday. December 1. 1961 +Jewi$to S>orfidlii3!in Page 9-A Refugee Unit Bcws to Arab Pressure ir ; Left to light are Maurice Revitz, who will be honored by the Hebrew Academy at its 14th annual "building dinner" on Dec. 17 at the Deauville hotel, and co-chairmen, Leonard Rosen and lack A. Cantor, going over plans for the event. Ien. Morse to Speak at Hebrew Academy 14th Annual Dinner Function Dec. 17 U.S. Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore.) fill be guest speaker at the 14th mnual "building dinner" of the Hebrew Academy on Sunday eveni Dei 17. at the Deauville hotel. The dinner will honor Maurice Revitz. Co-chairmen of the function art Jack A. Cantor and Leonrd Rosen, B. I. Binder, president jf the -.cademy, announced this Proceeds from fhe $100 a couple dinner will be used to defray the JISO.OOC deficit of the Hebrew Acadec-.y and provide scholarships foi deserving students. 'I here v ill be no solicitation at the De< 17 function which some I 000 i ns here are expected to ittend, Sen. V rse, widely known for his ecord la the U.S. Senate. v di! is The Role the ComI Beth Jacob Plans Testimonial Here Congregation. -Beth Jacob will [hold a testimonial dinner to honor litspiritual leader. Rabbi Tibor I Stern .cording to an announcement tl week by Morris B. Frank. preside i of the congregation. Miami Beach Councilman Marcie rmar, life treasurer of Beth rucob, u 1] be general chairman of |the lest mnial. Rabbi Sfcrn, who Is now serving sev( .th year as Beth Jacob spiritual leader, is the author her works, of "ComposiI in of he Talmud" and "Hatorah '. amsi rah," a study of the origin >• the Hebrew alphabet and can* 1:11 • He imarried for the past 21 years to 'he daughter of Rabbi and Mrs Abraham Weinschneider, who live "here. They have four I"' S, RocheUe, a junior at | University Of Miami; Joyce, a; %  more? at Brooklyn College;! I Tikvah and Judy, students at Hi brew Academy. ^ journal will be published in, 1 inflection with Ihe testimonial dinner munity, Business and Government Must Play in the Field of Education in Our Nuclear Age." Miami Beach Councilman Wolfie Cohen, for the past five years chairman of the Hebrew Academy annual dinners, was this year named honorary chairman of the event. Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard Broad will serve as toastmaster this year. Continued from Page 1-A changes, altering various formulations in such a way as to equate Israel's position with Arab recal-| citrance. The Arabs jec'.ed to m< ntion : of the plan foi in rue int< Uon of the Middle East, proposed In 1859 by the late Secretarj G eral Dafi Han j >ld, and thi ir rejection of that plan. Dr Ji son bowed to Arab wishes, men lioning the Middle Easl economic integration plan but divorcing it largely fr nn a ection w ith Hammar; stige lent weight to that p si, He left -•;:• the fact tl al th Arabs 'rejected the Ha d i out of fear that ts imj le nentati n | would have led to resettlement of •he Arab refugees n Arab coun| tries, and their Integration into the general economy tin Mi East. All previous clauses in Dr. Johnson's draft, showing Arab refusal to aecent amelioration of the refugees' posi'.ior., were also deleted by Dr. Johnson from his final report. The major changes made by Dr. Johnson were in the second of three sections into which he had. divided his report. The first section dealt with the mandate, which the Assembly voted last April, instructing the Palestine Conciliation Commission to re.Study the Arab refjgee issue, especially in connection with the possibility of "repatriating'' the refugees cr obtaining compensation fcr 'hem from Israel. It is under the mandate that t!-e Commission appointed Dr. Jchnson as its u^eciai Midd.e East emissary last August. The third section carried Dr. Jehnson's. conclusions, including a recommendation that the Cornion continue for the next year to try to bring some solution to the wr.if refugee ii sue The middle section Is what Dr Johns '". ill "Factual Back.1 Information." containing an historical survey of the entire prob-j from 1917 to 1961. In its letter if : -n to the Assembly, Ihe ft :: • i nission stated: "With >ut ing to pass judgment on the: -" .. -ection cl the report, the 1 mission warmly endorses Dr. rtson's conclusions." Thus, it was pointed cut here, the full Commission had virtually disas: itself from Dr. Johnson's : ng of the "factual backmd." i The Israel delegation refused Tuesday, as it has consistently since the Johnson report was issued Saturday, to any comment on I it whatsoever, either pro or con. On the whole, it is understood, Is! rael does not mind Dr. Johnson's i conclusions, calling for continue | ance of this type of effort for i another year and expressing faint hopes that a "step-by-step" solution of the Arab refugee problem might Jse evolved. If was felt here that, while Dr. Johnson did yield to Arab pressure, he may have rejected still ofher Arab demands. But it was pointed out that the Arab alte rations which he did accept resulted in n historical picture which eliminates credit to Israel and shows no Arab blame at all. The refugee debate, in the Assembly's special polit.cal commit* tee, will open late this week, al%  '• I: may be postponed until Dec 4. The fact that Dr. Johns i let the Arab w ishes influence his report was not being hailed by Arab representames here either. Arab .-poke-men predicted freely that they will attack important sections of the Johnson report, blasting his hopes that, by appeasing them, he would get them to accept the report as a whole. Yehudah Moshe New Year*s Party Herbert Comm. president of the Men's Club of Congregation Yehudah Moshe, announces plans for a New Year's Eve party at Popial Hall. 13630 W. Dixie hwy., No. Miami. The motif and spirit for the evening will be "Left Bank of Paris," and decorations, and costumes will carry out the theme. A live band will play for dancing and entertainment has been arranged. A buffet supper will be served. 1 Ol6l P. lo'Mo'd CO. Vie Recluse -And A Great Jewish Medical Center fA Newscaster Will Speak Here Newscaster Gabriel Heatter Will be guilt speaker at a breakfast Dec. 10 honoring Drs. Benjamin Oren, Martin Belle, and Maurice Rich "for aheir community service and leadership in behalf of the new Cer.are of Lebanon Hospital." Friends,* associates, and representativesfcf local health and welfare agfneies will join with ofi'iCera and trustees of Cedars of Lebanon in alalute to the three physicians who rRSVP played a major role in the hospital's development fund program since tbe days of its inception. The breakfast wiH take Place in the Everglades hotel. Even as a young man, Sampson Simson of colonial New York had garnered enough honors to last some men a lifetime. He had been one of the first Jews to graduate from Columbia—A. B., Class of 1800. He was the first to have delivered a commencement oration in Hebrew. He was the first alumnus to have made a contribution to the college. And he was the first Jew to pass the bar examinations of the State of New York. He was launched on a successful law career, reading law in the offices of the famous Aaron Burr. And then—suddenly he dropped from sight. Some said it was a result of his having been attacked and badly beaten. 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•: 9ers Planning Party The 49ers of Temple Emanu-El II have their annual Chanuka r i 5 Thursday, Dec. /. in Sirkin ,11. 7:30 p.m. There will be songs i ances, and Chanuka latkes -erved. President of the ip ,s Irving Schatzman. iday December 1. 1961 +Jf***iri FtcradTian Page 13-B THE NEW fi^ffefc F.cs'ourant Foi merry and Lounge the Preview BUSINESSMEN'S SPECIALS From 11:30-3 om COCKTAIL HOUR Daily from 4-6 pm King Sixe CocktaiU tiul and i.0L0 %  yl'rrentpry Hors O'oeuvr"* "it, NIGHTLY FEATURE • RIBS—CHICKEN OR DUCK prepared over an Ocen-Hcorrh Flam* STEAKS, CHOPS, SEAFOOD at Moderate Prices in: i.uuiltmiii IIIIIII II—lumiiKiKi DANCING NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUH. No Cover—No Min. 3622 Coral Way Phona HI 3-2038 KING ARTHURS COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 5CC Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS. Co Owner mm i—i—if—— PIZZA PALACE RESTAURANT Fake Home Italian foods Open for Lunch Hours: Sunday thru Thursday TO A.M. to 10 P.M. Friday and Saturday 10 A.M. to Midnight RE0BIRD SHOPPING CNTR. M0 5-3784 5729 S.W. Bird Road RESERVE NOW! DAVID ROSNER S STEW %  MOTEL ol Dietary Laws Strictly observed FOOL e CABANAS OM THE OCUN. t?lh JTHtT, MIAMI IE>t :.'ew York orPce*>Caza 7-8536 vc HA; .iii.i ;. : 'i Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl nntfWUUmillliiiiii!UiMniu;w >"" in nmn %  Mil She'* Traditional Chanuka Party Labor Zionist Center, 842 Washingion avc. Chairman ot the evening Pioneer Women, Club 1, will hold : is Mrs Sophie Krantz. Mrs. EphH traditional Chanuka lalke party ra im Yaffe will bless the candles on Thursday evening, Dec. 7. at the j and speak on Chanuka, HONORABLE MENSCHSN: It won^t be long now before Mrs. on*>riedn-an"'geTs a' 'degree ffBrri*TrTe v 'U'nivers : ly of Miami. 5 najoring in government. Nothing like having a judge in the family t< lelp with the studies. ANo seekinp a s'leepskin at the university is at tract've Mis. Ber nard (Florence) Supwcrth. As chairman of the Anti-Delamalion I.taiue ommiltee in tie Fifth District, plus her classes, she's really kept bus;. iround the clock. H?rry Rosen, assistant B'nai B'rith Youth director, has joined the lega! st?ff ot former State Rep. Jack Orr. Th? Rosens, ty the way. are anticipating a new member in the faiti'y, corns May. Jerry Kimbaii. the sporting goods entrepreneur, :• about to beet m i Miami Beach resident again by moving into tin Terrace Towers .:;. Dr Sanford Kimball, of the Veterans'Hospital, was reci tlj ting ;. ligament opt..i ; : 5a %  i one ;:I ol Mi Eddii .lniiiunderwc MI. Irony < ill ti.t Di "1 ;•/!" ic % %  me. Ah ••, her man; Bei in : we're wishinj peedj com • aria Rappaporl at Mi. SLiai pital. BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Watch for an a\ alanche of n •oncer*> to descend on this area, ever since the successful appearance. t Judy Garland at Miami Beach Exhibition Hall lasl Saturday. Alai herr and Jordan Giiman, the youthful producers, really stinted some hing. Of course, net every personality available for one-night eoncer ours has the audience appeal of Judy. How many entertainment per onalities are around today who can jam the Exhibition Hall lik< fudy? Sherr and Giiman are convinced that Harry Belafonte can. an<" dready have a bid in for his services. So, it's Garland and Belafonte .ut — where do they go trom there? %  ON SCREEN AND OFF: At the press luncheon for Alfred H Faniarain, advertising director for "'El Cid,'' the audience was treatec o quite a bit of interesting inside "info" about the huge production vhich in round dollars cost producer Sam Bronston about S8.000.000 tc .hoot in its 70mm Technirama-Technicolor entirety. One of the exciting battle scenes required more> than 4,000 extras. Tamarin said the movie soldiers were real-life soldiers, from the Spanish Army. But half of them had to enact the part of invading Moors. And because they played the enemy, thy demanded more money — and got it. And. you thought only stars are temperamental. By the way. that electric sign on the Roosevelt Theatre building on Arthur Godfrey rd.. advertising "El Cid" in three shades of neon, is the largest ever to be erected for a movie here. Starring Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren. it opens Dec. 21. In "Judgment at Nuremberg," which opens at the Lincoln Theatre on Dec. 20. ironically enough, one who will earn a large share of acting honors will be Maximilian Schell. who plays the role of defense attorney for the Nazi judges. By the way. producer Stanley Kramer is living a few hundred critics to the premiere in West Berlin, the latter part of this month, and the "bill" for this junket will run close to S200.00O. That's some "cocktail party." FOOD FADS: The Johnny Silvers combo at Peterson's Steak Place has a new holdover contract. Johnny's danceable crew works nightly from 10 p.m. Steak Place owner Ennis "Pete" Peterson, a former professional musician, worked in a band with Johnny here back in the late 20's. And that's going back. Another holdover group is violinist Bill Bobric-k and guitarist Jack Almeda at Black Caesar's Forte. The Forge is one of the most colorful and atmospheric dineries in town. Owners are Jim Cerniglia and I-eo Adeeb. The Bill Maxted jazz combo is contracted at the Carnage flub, Miami Springs Villas, until mid-December. Maxted is recognized as • one ot the foremost exponents of jazz in the L'.S. OCEANFRONT TIDBITS: There is a resurgence in the observance ,.f Jewish Dietary Laws, according to Sam Waldman, head of the Waldman Family'Corporation, which operates the Waldman hotel here. His is one of the hotels in Greater Miami affiliated with the Union ol Orthod< \ Jewish Congregations. NewlywedS actress*Lucille Ball and husband funnyman Gary Morton will spend an extended honev moor: on Miami's Gold Coast in February, where Gary's signed exclusively to appear in each of the Shower of Stars Hotels, including the Caribbean, Delano. DiLido. Sea Gull, Sea Isle, Shelborne, and Shore Club A major prcgram of expansion and renovation has just been completed at the National hotel which now offers bo*h hotel accommodations and new oceanfront Lanai-style apartments. All fully air-conditioned and heated, and embodying the latest designs, the National is now offering television and radio in each facility. Other remodeling involved the lobbies, cocktail lounge, and card and game room, according to Murray and Harry Kcretiky, owneroprators. •The Country Girl." Clifiord Odets' great drama, is getting nice : notice at the Gallery Playhouse. 211 Giralda in the Gables, where it'll remain until Dec. 9. Befy O Keefe, Sid Cassel and Herbert King are combining their talents for this one. Also: Monroe Myers, Mitchell Kaczmarek. Nate Shugars. Nancy King and Yurka Pechy. UiElnkt lArtS AND SABBATH STRICTLY nQStBvcn ADC ciel ier dly. PER PERSON tihl. occ. to Dec. 17 20 of 105 rooms Single Occ. $9. jtficr roie available Freo AND ALL THJ UM



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Pcne 14-D <* IcnisHFlrrf-f'^r Friday, December '., IQJJ Young Leaders Urged to Take Responsibility .-.He: c re-rent visit to the Air Force Acaderr.v in Coloi Li Col. 3c'i;ri M. Swerdlin began a series z: hig .-.::. lectures on the Academy cr. Nov. ? c: Cc-~. les High School. %  '.' rt the Acctc.r-y he sc •..rr.e with representatives c: the crea, including C-detcWilliam Tyler right : % %  .-. %  Ber. Miller left Miami 4th Classmen. Swerdlir. :<;r::e3~: t.r 7 the rid rte "•-:" service tzz'.-.e to college nicht audiences ai North Miami Ser..c: High Miarr.: Eiiscr.. ires! High. NEW V "TA —Tfc er gene com;: a full wide JeuUh nee Is community act:on. E M Warburg Jui 5 h leader, told the n ing session ot the thn United Jew..h Appeal national young leader>hip conference. Addre5>ing men %  %  all sectors <: ".hicountry the L'JA honorar;. : man ot Com:: his Ai Je rj • ..;.. to I r • .i t has liatelj %  • them consi r coi • ;g %  TheocSre Kellek, director-seneral of the Israel Prime Minister's Office, t*rmed the United Jewish Appeal 'indispensable in Jack Corner 'center;, honorary chairman of the board of the Miami National Bank, receives an award following his election as a life member to the Miami National Bank "Hall of Fame." The award is for "devotion to the bank, leadership and tireless energy in working for the good of the entire cornunity." Corner, chairman of the loan committee 0: the bank, receives the plague from William L. Pallot, board chairman fleft;, and Lou Poller, president of the bank. Teacher's Visit Raises Ruckus JKHL'SALEM — 1JTA — The ; J \Ye>t German teacher iSi lent elementary class room, evoked >harp exchanges thi> week in a question and answer period in the Knesset. Israeli Parliament. It was to be the subject of a lull Knesset debate. Mrs. Esther Naor. a Herut depu t'y, criticized the Education Minitry for approving the visit which like other manifestations of Israel West German cultural exchanges, she said, contradicted eftorts to increase awareness of Israeli youth of the Nazi holocaust Education Minister Abba Eban replied that his ministry acted on the matter of the visit within the general policy lines of the Israel Government regarding relations with West Germany. He suggested that any debate should be directed to this wider quest carrying out t u e via! task of acso-b 'g ii*imigrars irt*o the social a-c e::-om:c fabric of the (C.:'r, I* would be almost irrposi t e r: c:Ve-no ale doing that t-emer.dous job wi'hout tne supprr o' tne JJA." The "c ---" of the •ration % %  : American nur.al leaders was seph Meyerhoff. genJew•. •"In th-. %  • year first J g lead: %  -' 35 yi lxk 5 support 5 in youi • %  i 1 ; ry < • %  • %  F the told I the his1 si >h mimod f Is %  • iward ai 1 ting It is t nit) your g tion to e erg) ai I resources, -eartv to the c >i • i upbu:'. • Stressing the importance 0' 1$. rael in the task of reconstructing Jewish life a the close of World War II, Rabbi Friedman said"That task, which confron'ec your fathers, could not be a c complished in a single ge-*ratior.," he told the delegates, "it is your task now to carry on that work and to help the people of Israel cirry forward to •-.. heights of dynamic, democratic life toward which they have been so determinedly aiming Ot" : • \ 51 : %  lucted b) the [1 : ::iul immigra Hammer man of the Ji ing on problems ..: ants % %  and Mose.A Leavitt airman of th< bution Committee, who problems facing the that L'JA member agencj 0: l?rael. The Vatican and the Jews Continued from P/je 11-D it had dene in the case of Liberalism and Socialism during the last century, and of Communism in our times. If the Pope> themselves, instead of defining dictators like Mu>solini as "the man sent by the Divine Providence.'' had pointed out instead to the faithful the subversive essence of Fascism, and had sternly exhorted Catholics to oppose its doctrines and deeds, perhaps history in some countries might have taken another turn. However, there are no dcubtthat, after Nazi-Fascism had pre cipitated the world in the abyss of war and mass destruction, the Church did itutmost to relieve, courageously and generously, the sufferings of innocent victims, both the baptized and the nonbaptized Jews throughout the world are and always will be among the first ones to know, remember and acknowledge this truth. f ROOFING CO. 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Fridav, December 1. 1961 fJenisii fturidttann Page 7-D insights into Life of an Israeli Composer Continued fre-m Page 3-D names on it. such as Hayadi Halavan 'White Valley), Ramat Ha /ipporim (Bird's Heights), Har Huinichya (Mountain of Lite 1 Ih.st were Hebrew translations oi ole Nabatear. names, the people ufto fnhab::ecl the area about l.uuO years ugx • Six* of a Wineglass lien Zion c^.c ; e his colleagues I r tht mission tor their boldness and daring. Or.e ot the boys, Ovati ah. was a Yemenite • toagh," kitov. a for his pluck and ci urage. But he rarely /saU a word. Karly ore morning, at the I oi davro, this r.aiay band ot men was transported by car :•close as possible to the Rotem Ridgt Ahead of them stretched .< %  thirty miles of plateau filled uith knifelike ravines. Taking their COtnpass and following their n -( • 'hey Parted out. In the late morning they came across an old Nabatean village. the -ree'.s a r id houses of which were almost perfectly preserved because of the dryness of the des%  eit. There was a little Armenian church which must have been erected around the period of the First Crusade. Now there is reconstruction being done on this villagi but at that time they encountered an awesome silence. The v.ater uel.s were just large enough to admit a wineglass, no doubt .n order to preserve it from evaporation. The ground underneath them was obviously not vir.] and in spite of the surround' rrenness, the ancient Nabateans and later the Bedouins, found a way to cultivate the wasteland In front oi them was a largi enclosure with steep walls a:ul vhite m which seemed like giant shoe box. This was the \\ bite W After the village they encountered even greater ravines and on they trudged until they came to Eirds' Heights, again aptly named, for unbelievably, at this great height, there were more birds clustered than in the entire deaart The big ridge became Closer. a?d the nnwsr 't became, the steeper "he hills. like a front guard against any intruders. As they approached it they felt as if the walls were closing in on them, and the play of light and dark was hypnotic. When finally they reached the bottom of the ridge and surveyed it through their binoculars, they were certain it was impassable. The natural steppes which had been create' by centuries of falling waters were over 150 feet in height. However, nearby "here was a pyramid of sand which the wind had blown Off the ridge and as this seemed the only possible course, they started up. It was terriblv difficult going, sinking as they did with every step. Testimony to the Moment The hour was growing late and the dark would soon be upon them. As soon as they reached some firmer ground, they decided to camp for the night. A sheltered ravine seemed the best Choice to protect them from the SEASON'S GREETINGS THERMO AIR SERVICE AUTHORIZED Carrier PLANNED SERVICE FACTORY TRAINED MEN • COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL 24-HOu* SERVICE Ml) 5-3631 4555 E. 10th Court Hialeah THE National Hotel and the Koretzky Family Wish All Their Friends and Guests A Ve-y Happy Chanuka dangers of the desert night as well as from the cold and they arranged themselves as if in an ambush. By the time tiiey had finished eating and settled at their posts, it was quite dark. They hoped that the next day would bring them better luck for they had discovered, when they had passed the first big ridge, that it was but the first ot many. Wearily they zippered up their sleeping bags and wide-eyed lav back trying to adjust themselves to the black night that enveloped them. Suddenly they cried out simultaneously. There stretching before them, as if painted on a black canvas, was a path, gleaming in the darkness. It was the Maavar Harotem, the Path of the Rotem, leading definitely in the desired direction, illuminated by a mysterious fluorescence. Revitalized, they jumped up and started to follow the enchanted path. Suddenly Ovadiah. the rootless, inarticulate boy. started to sing the Song of Songs in the original Yemenite version, in a haunting, beguiling voice. In spite of the fact that any sound increased tenfold the danger of their mission none of them could find it in their heart to stop him. It seemed so fitting a testimony to the moment. Lost Chanuka Manuscript Continued from Page 2-D comprehended. Let's nape we survive that long. Recall, though it is Chanuka — and I wish you a happy one— that a' the t.me ot the final curse on Egypt the Israelites smeared on their door posts protective substances. Who knows what may now have to be smeared upon the mind to exclude the working of this new angel of death that seems to be intent on entering mans bones? Good Chanuka. As for me, I am still left wondering who is reading the lost piece now 7 GREETINGS VENETIAN NURSING & CONVALESCENT HOME FOR All VtPt CASES 1330 NE Bay shore Dr. Miami FR 9-7649 MR. AND MRS. NATHAN K. SPECTOK Directors GREETINGS Weaver RexoU Drug Stores 599 NW 62nd St. 744 NE 2nd Ave. 599 NW 62i>d St. 1701 Coral Way 5901 NE 2nd Ave. 5725 Bird Road PL 8-9936 FR 9-9918 PL 7-1202 HI 6-7621 PL 4-3414 MO 1-6691 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Sonz| and Lori Marsha RIAL ESTATE Investment* and General Insurance 350 Lincoln Road Bldg. Meizanine MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS UNIVERSAL SALVAGE & EQUIPMENT USED EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY 3289 N.W. No. River Dr. N £ 4-7744 CHANUKA GREETINGS Superior Dry Cleaning, Mne. VALET SHOP AT COLUMBUS HOTEL 2004 NE 2nd AVE. Miami Phone FR 3-0541 Compliments of MR. AND MRS. 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" I J-t*i$t W 'i ''?r Frjdcv I^t~_c^BrffTHM W •?::>s: B. HILARY MINDLIS 2' //? the End, Paddy Chayefsky a Thorough Going Theist G Z EON i -: 1 • | bt p.1 pAODY CHAYE FSKY*S : • a • %  I I UN Listening Posf: B, SAUL CAJtSON Arabs Prepare Thunderous Refugee Debate •HE i'i= REFUGEE • %  I %  I %  %  %  b -. .'. %  Daoudy. 1 "ee j.rrr.ar. V i is the • three week The annual Arab rei bake .a-year was os# •,: the '.-..'.•--. ever heard here That debate Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR On Jewish Heritage M |UCH IS -'B thati %  Il %  %  i exam] i This i II • ': %  He ;.r actici considered it the thousands ol t-Biblica [i fulni nd i 'ual aid were part and parcel ,: Jewish life in every country ol the Dia u'> r: They were ingrained in morei roup and coi the • and modern periods of history The their • >n through self-taxion in mai comn i ntral and ea-tern Europe In tome countnei — as in Germany before Hitler— the Jewish conunui tii even had the aurity to ''•'•;• %  • %  regular 'ax or. Jews for religii and benevolent purpo ei In Czarist Russia Ji were permitted to imp leeial 'ax or. Ko slaughtering lor ih insist that • • n y solution envisag 5 into the A .. the Arabs i I Israel? They 1 %  ted S'.ati jet L" S. I : %  t least a I ken i a -'. re is it th a '• % % %  • I States may i • about "token re] Israel has made it clear, in a resolul idopt I bj its Parliament recently, that it will ac lution 3J: that will not sitop Iraba And so, they will argue night and day .i necessary that I I is their ; "robbing" their people of "heir "hom land trill of the woi Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPR1N %  • I • %  act aa %  i V( ;• a?ree M E • It — because %  %  %  from Hollywood: HERBERT G. LUFT An Unnecessary Film Hall) 1/IRK DOUGLAS I tOUT %  : rce perl raance in Without Pity." prtra : •-%  mey for four GI's stationed in Germany who are for their lives before a United military court martial I r the rape cf a teen-age girl The story, from a German bestseller. Is an utter, pleasant one. focusing on an exceptional situ with no validity in our current world cn;< Ir. of the many unrepentant Nazis still at large ai office in both the Eastern and Western zones : many, Americans should show mure restraint choice films I be made on the Continent. ••T • : V. ?:•> was producei by %  • nation w;:h Gloria Fill A il -ected by Gottfried Reinhardl A t!v nan Max R-. il hai It %  '. %  it year is* received I .r. ,\ thus i i r.gs oi th sides se Kirk Douglas has •••%  ; %  •. tct ure rt mtes screei! :. TV: -. I ..:. V. V ie Israeli-born beaut) tending 1, Jiil St ted States s sored by ) ung • d for tb f Statt ne of philanthropist S I.ee. was in a rather tipsy mood when ires film people, though ci ntend they do not live in a real lywoodiau .. not be real." Ziva c bu: who cares. I am enchanted by the wo: vies In ?pi-e :' stories to the contrary Rodann an intellectual-bright, energetu speaks Italian, French. Russian and E addition to her native Hebrew. World too Red W ise to Believe Soviet View THE SHOCKING DISCLOSURE thatl six Jews had been arrested and! sentenced to long pr sor. termin the So viet Union, three in Leningrad and threej in Moscow, can have but one meaningthat the present rulers of the Kremli have weeded out all the evils of S'alan ism except its determination to eradicat all forms of Jewish living in the Soviet Union, religious, social and cultural. In that connection it ^nificant to note that while Khruschev at the recent international communi-t parley in Moscow had gone to the pain of enumerating all the sins of Stalin and his cohorts, he was ominously silent about the Jewish purge, the death writs against Jewish writers, Jewish artists and the Jewish word The world is too familiar with the character of Soviet justice to lend oven the slightest credence to the charges against the six latest victims. Their sole crime was Jewish in the sense of wanting to live as Jews, of ON ing "shalom aleichem" greetings with Jewish visitors tron abroad and of being dedicated to Jewish continuity very severity of the sentence imposed on one of the victims would seem to indicate that the high powerin me Soviet Union were determined to hold him up as an example of what might happen to other Jews if they thou s ni they were free to rejoice with the Torah — as was the case in Leningrad, where some 12.0000 Jews were reported w have participated in synagogue Simchat Torah festivities Soviet apologists may argue that it is improper to put mch an interpretation upon two isolated incidents in w different cities and that the imprisonment of the six *• by no means evidence of a new anti-Semitic wave ot e %  rorism in the Soviet Union. We would be happy to be ame to agree with them, but the stark facts presage anotne conclusion.



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The idea and meaning of the state needs only to be formulated in its proper historic sense, in its ideologic perspective, and with necessary effort brought to Jewish generations, young and old, for the spark of perennial Jewish idealism to burst into flame, shedding light not only upon the state, but upon the people of the world. Where else in the world is there an army whose dream is peace, whose military code is the scriptures, whose desire is not to destroy but build? An Inner Vote* Israel has built up an army with the idea of abolishing all armies. Where else is the army imbued, together with military theory and practice, with the ideals of the prophets? He who stands on Israeli soil, visitor or resident, and does not feel that a synthesis of East and West takes place there, which will give birth to a new song — a song as old as the world and as new as the morning sun — has not yet grasped Israel — its present and future. 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.T7U AIU oman s "World by ISABEL GROVE "dfewish Florldian It was a 75th birthday for Max Schwartz on Thanksgiving, b it he didn't realize until late in the day that it was also a surprise partv for him Following the holiday dinner at the home his son "and daughter-in-law. Sidney and Esther Schwartz, people in lo drop in. and after the first dozen or so. it dawned on Max these were his own personal friends and neighbors Huge en birthday cake clinched his suspicions Telegrams w'sh\Iax "many more"' received from Commissioner and Mrs. i k Hall. Sophie Tucker, and Mrs. Lulu Olueckoff. unable to (1 Among those extending best wishes personally were '( m and Madolaine Bedetti. Milton and Zena Cirkle. Mrs. Sidney S-hmer, and Mrs. Ethel Nagler who returned from Now York in for Ihe partv Others dropping by were the Aaron Fairs', and Elaine Sliafton. and Faye Tupler Max. who has Lived for 16 -rear-, is originally from Chicago, where he has two Ichildren and two great-grandchildren. • • All but a few gathered at the Thanksgiving dinner in the i of William i.-.\'A Khoda Farr bore the same surname brother Aaron was there with wife Myra. son Harvey and 1*8 mother. Mrs. Jeannctte Coed, recounting the n.'iiu joys recent M< literranean cruise And third brother Mannie Ruth with daughter Julynn, 9 Formerly residents of Hav a, they now live here Cousins Al and Sadie, from Mt. Yer planning to spend a few weeks at the Fontainebleau. arrived i time for the family get-together Mrs Rcse Kesser, mother : the hostess, was there enjoying the antics of her grandchild Ji lie, 2'2. who did all the cute things little girls do so adorably Brother Neal. 12'i. winner of many sailing trophies, had his ing master from the Miami Yacht Club as his particular guest. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin (Anna Brenner) Movers took 85 inSi >ad of 80 days to go "Around the World" Returned in time f Thanksgiving dinner at home, and though they were interested i everything they saw, they're mighty happy to be back Last •girdling tour was in '52, and the Meyers were impressed Ihe many changes and signs of progress they saw everywhere. especially in Japan. Thailand, Cambodia and Kashmir Israel a constant delight Presently busily engaged in construcl of every type. %  Leon and Ellen Kaye have just returned from New York with old and "Pete" Kassewitz. where they attended the wedding irold Kassewitz. jr., to Sheila Agid. of Forest Hills, on Satur. Terry, the bridegroom's sister, was a junior bridesmaid. Freddie Kaye served as an usher, and although only 17. aiI led the bachelor dinner given by Hal's fraternity brothers \ kend was rounded out with visits to Manhattan's Behemia. Greenwich Village, a look at Gotham Towns magnificent holiday ilays. and the show. "Carnival" Thanksgiving holiday for 14 students of Nautilus Junior High ml a weekend in colorful Nassau, chaperoned by Miss Fiore Keisch, teacher at Nautilus For many it was a first plane I and a first time out of continental ISA Lucky youngsters i luded Ray Applehaum. Susan Cohen. Debbie Epstein. Pat GalPhyllis Gcldfarb. Shellie Kean. Rosalind Merritt. Susan Pali Janice Rouch. Arlene Roth. Debbie Silver. Eileen Strom. i iv Waitzkin and Susan Zuckerman. • • Continuing her unbroken list of successes as ways and means vice president of Beth David Congregation Sisterhood. Mrs. Louis .tlin is still being commended for "A Night With the Opera" musical presentation, supervised by Dr. Arturo de Fihppi. i ecutive director of the Greater Miami Opera Guild, was a comI te sell-out Under the chairmanship of Mrs. Julian Balogh. elf a well-known concert violinist, it was the first time a pro£ am of this type had ever been presented in a synagogue in thi> a Another project inaugurated by Mrs. Seitlin and winning i -tinted praise, is an exhibit of outstanding art by Beth David members, including the prize-winning canvases and sculpture of Dr. Ben Oren, Mrs Ann Spector and Dr. Louis Lemberg More on music, officers and members of the Miami Beach Music and Arts League gathered at Juniors following a program I-aturing the dramatic and vocal presentations of "Othello" at the Roney Plaza Discussing the relative merits of the contrasting interpretations were president of the League and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Webb, the Irving Billigs, Councilman and Mrs. Louis Hoberman. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Schwartz, the Louis Siegels. a:id Gustave Freemans. En route to Puerto Rico, Carl Grossberg and son Larry, stopped off here just long enough to have the Larris S. Blasbergs join them Executives of the Riverside Memorial Chapels, they II be attending the Jewish Funeral Directors annual convention in San Juan On the return trip, the Grossbergs will spend several v Miami, Florida, Friday, December 1, 1961 Section B eeks in Miami Beach before going north again Host at a dinner party in the Pub restaurant on Coral Way, Harrv Markowitz. owner of the new Hampton House motel and villas. %  • Beautiful reception and dinner given by David and Phyllis Miller Sunday night at the Diplomat in honor of son Samuei s Bar Mitzvah Lissome Phyllis lovely in a beige and gold sleeveless blouson frock with all-over scauin bodi<-.' and be'le -'MI Irresistible beat furnished by Abraham Haiduck. Samuel s music eaeher His son Neal. -a high school student, is assembling a teen-age band to perform the same chore Saturday night at the Saxony for the Bar Mitzvah and 80 of his friends for a 'Swingin Party" Jack Schlossberg. Sam's instructor at Polo Park, will direct games and dance contests whenever the young people can be lured away from "Chicken in the Basket" ... Mr. and Mrs. Michael Covin entertained loO of their friends and relatives in the Alhambra room of the Seville hotel Sunday night on the occasion of son Robert's Bar Mitzvah Danc.ng was to Al Shor's music. • • A novel and interesting chain of events began with the birth of Brad Sanford, first born son of Saul and Evelyn Mandell. on Saturc 1 %  Nov. 18, at Mt. Sinai Hospital ... On Sunday, when Mandell called Cantor Wiliiam W. Lipson, to make arrangements for the Bris of his son, he was informed that it must be held on the eighth da> Saturday. Nov. 25 This presented a problem inasmuch as Mandells live at 4242 SW 97th ct.. and the Cantor at 345 SW 26th rd., a distance of almost 10 miles ... Nevertheless, Max Mandell, the paternal grandfather, refused to consent to the Bris being delaved until Sunday, feeling certain that some way could be found to overcome the distance involved and the fact that the Cantor would not travel on the Sabbath His confidence was justified when Jerome Weinkle ofiered the use of the newly-built Holiday Inn on Bhckel ave., and 25th rd., for the Bris ... On Friday afternoon, the Mandells arrived at the Inn loaded with all the equipment necessary to a new-born babe, and on Saturday afternoon, with over 100 guests in attendance, the Bris was held on schedule. Members of the cast of the Hebrew Academy Women's dramatic presentation, "Hands of Dedication,'' scheduled for the annual membership brunch on Tuesday at the Deauville hotel are (upper row) Mesdames Sam Shapiro, Leonard Rosen, Irving Firtel, Sam Rosner. Joseph Rackovsky, Nathan Spiege'man. Philip Jacoby, Harry Kaplan. Seated are M. H. Home Dedicates Medical Center Hollywood Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Agei. led by Mrs Stanley M. Beckerman. Auxiliary president, dedicated the new Hollywood Auxiliary Medical Center at a dinner Sunday evening at Douglas Gardens. Some 200 community leaders from Hollywood and Greater Miami attended. In the absence of Circuit Judge Irving Cypen. president. Baion de Hir.-eh Meyer, vice president of the Home, officially accepted the mecical center from Mrs. Beckerman. The first of its kind in the South [or ei'her a home tor the aged or nursing home, the Hollywood Auxiliary provided the S35.000 to construct and equip the building. It augments the Home's present rehabilitative program by such additional services as x-ray, orthopedics and physical medicine, cardiology, opthalmology. urology, dentistry and podiatry for its residents whose average age is 82-plus. The Center's research laboratory is equipped and staffed by the University of Miami medical school as part of a cooperative geriatric research program with the Home, and has already won a national award in dermatological research. Dade Sisterhood Plans Functions Sisterhood of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will have its monthly meeting at the Tempie Sunday evening. Program will be a panel d : scussion on "Americanism and Ju i i ism." with emphasis on ChanukaChristmas problems. Dan Medvin. principal of the Hebrew school, will serve as moderator. At the conclusion of the meet the December Circle will serve Chanuka delicacies. On Sunday evening. Dec. 13. the Sisterhood will have a fashion show at the Balmoral hotel. Hair styles and the new look in cosmetics will be featured. "Swinging Affairs of 1961." a Calypso revue starring Napoleon Reed, will be presented by the Sisterhood on Saturday evening. Dec. 16. Music for dancing will be furnished by the Myrtle Jones orchestra. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Betty Hershey. Rosenhouse, Frieda Koch, Morris Waldman, Joseph Shapiro and Abraham Seif. Not shown are Mesdames Bernard Basttacky, Philip Weiss, Fred Zisquit, Jack Donnerstag, Rose marie Chalek. Zvi Berger and Arthur Bergman. Mrs. SpiegeLman is program chairman and Mrs. Donnerstag and Mrs. Kaplan aredirecting. Brandeis Univ. President's Wife To Speak Here Mrs, Ahram Leon Sachar. wife of resident of Brandeis University, will be the honored speaker f;r the Southeast area conference of the National Women's Committee on Tuesday noon in the Pompeii room of the Eden Roc hotel. The luncheon will culminate a two-day. six-state conference on •Expanding Frontiers.'" which is expected lo attract over 100 dele gaes from 11 chapter-.. Schedule will include these workshops: • "Extension of Awareness" on Monday. 10 a.m. • "More Woman Power." Monday at 2 p.m. • Monday evening. following dinner, round table discussion led by Mrs. Harold S. Goldberg, national president of the Women's Committee. • "Toward Expanding Projects." on Tuesday, 10 a.m.. followed by luncheon, at which Mrs. Goldberg will install the newly-established Miami chapter. Mrs. Joel Meyer, president. Mrs. Solomon B. Margolis is president of the Miami Beach chapter. The entire membership is invited to attend any or all of th3 workshops, as well as the luncheon or. Tuesday which will also be the first of the two general meetings held by ihe National Women's Committee. Ticket chairman. Mrs. Samuel Betasole. is in charge of luncheon reservations. MRS. ABKAU SACHAR Hadassah Expects Noted Actor William Bendix, star of stage, screen and television, will be guest of honor at the Miami chapter of Hadassah life membership partyMonday noon at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Program will be called "Once in a Lifetime," and Sam J. Heiman. immediate past president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will bo guest speaker. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz and Mrs. Phillip Schiff are co chairmen. Serving on the committee are Mesdames A. E Cohen. B. Lowenth'al. Mac Weisberg, Arthur Wiliens, Bernard Bloom. Abraham Topol, Rosalind Cherry. Jerry Baker and Flora Liberman. Mrs. Leonard Wolpe is chaper presl ent. The chapter is seeking new life members in commemoration of the 50th anniver.-jrv of Hadassah. Ner Tamid Sets Ladies 1 Luncheon Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid will hold a luncheon on Wednesday noon. The catered function will be held in the espically decorated Sklar Auditorium. Featured will be a fashion show, with furs by Mr. Herman and fashions by Velma's. Proceeds from the annual luncheon helps to maintain t h e Ner Tamid religious school. Lorber Luncheon Due at Algiers "A Time to Remember" will be the theme of the third annual FanE Lorber luncheon given by the South Florida Council of Presidents at the Algiers hotel on Tuesday noon. i.-rael Friedman, executive ditor of the Home, will fly in from Denver for the occasion. Past presidents will portray a small pait of the "time to remember" in the life of Fanny E. Lorber, founder cf the Home and president for 50 years. Jerry Evans will present a a of continental hairpieces modeled by past presidents. All life members will be honored. Mrs. Irving Miller, president of Council, is chairman.



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r.-iday, December 1. 1961 t> lew f flwrfdMoiin Page 15-A DR. KENNETH WILLIAMS NOW IN MIAMI HOFFMAN At Popular Prices i Noted Educator To Speck Here Keynote speaker st the eighth annual teen-age conclave of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will b< i 1 :-. Kenneth R. Williams, president %  Dade CounDr. '•' address sored by the Ci ter on ihe theme of this year's • nt. "Teens Look to thi New Fr nth r rhrough Education." TSe conclave will take place en Sur-day, Dee. 10, at the Dupo->t Plaza hotel. Keynote session will be held at lunch time, and will bs fc-'lowed by ten concurrent discussion groups. The day will end with a program of teen talent and dancing. Dr. Williams, who began serving as president of the newest college : n Dado county in March. 1960. las held posts in higher education hroughout the world, lie served 3s education consultant in India and Indonesia, and was dean of .nstruction for the University of he U.S. Air Force. He was also a dean at the University of Georgia and. prior to his arrival in Miami, was president of ihe Central Florida Junior College. ROBERT RAPAPOm School Directors Meet Tuesday %  r< alar ;] %  .(, ::ng of a.: Jewish -v irectors will : I .-.< of Jewish Education on Tuesdaj I The gen .. i ..: inc .,:<;e a d:s• mpleme ee contests • taking p Jew• Bi :. • :he annual \rt Cont sponsor ::. e Ami rican Jewish Ci ngr< .. \v. men's Dh ision; the an...; '.' i( abularj Bee, ti I lists for the Heartments; and the r.a• nal Bible contest, to stimulate the study oi the Bible. Plans will also be made fo'r the annual workshop sessions for Hebrew teachers, to be held in December, and for school activities for the month of January. The next issue of the Bureaus publication. "Education Notes," will appear at the close of December and include news of the activities of the Jewish schools. Bureau activities, observations on school techniques and the listing of new materials available for school use. Yaf is Elect New Officers Robert D Rapaport. builder and developer in Dade and Broward counties, has been elected president of the Young Adult Friends oi Israel. The Yafis is open for membership to all young adults between 21 and 35 years of age. and meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at Surtside Town Hall. 9293 Harding ave. Other oificcrs elected at a meetStuart Miller, vice |i nt, in i barge I pr and organization; VI hwim nier. vice pn ent, in charge of R Kaplan, ent, in cYi fundtreasurer; : %  Id, (• rresp >nding Martin Cohen, fii i tary; and Sandra Cas ... ecn tary. • recently -: -1 nt several or. a study tour ol Israel He will re:urr. spring for a d tour of the Jewish State Beth El Sisterhood ar • n '••• %  Chanuka card par,y n Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Sunda > evenin in D ?" Auaust El. 500 >\\ :7th ave., will hold itMemorial Hall. To Our Many Friends Patrons and Acqua ntances AT THE CHANUKA HOLIDAYS MURPHY & JORDAN, Inc. INSURANCE MANAGERS and AGENTS AFFILIATED WITH MURPHY & JORDAN, INC. WITH OFFICES AT 161 Park Avenue Rutherford, NJ. AMD 179 Broa New York 7, N.Y. COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 1150 S.W. 1st Street FR 7-2318 Single Adults Invited Single adults in the inti • .-.-. iti to a ni| hi affair Sati evening at the hotel pices ci I New Health Plans for Men and Women Over 65 .1 new Senior Citizen plan is available to those in normal health who are 65 or over, and to sons and daughters who < ...; to assure this protection for their parents. Th provides substantial benefits toward: HOSPITAL COSTS FOR Room and Board • Medical Care • Surgery • Nursing Care including nursing home care following hospitalizaiion No upper age limit. As long as you are age 65 or over, you can make application. I f only one of a couple is over 65, the other may be as young as 56. Both husband and wife can be covered under a single policy. Renewable for life. Premiums will not be changed because of occurrences to you, as an individual—but may be changed only for all policyholders in your classification. Whv not call me for details—today? NAT GANS Phone FR 3-4616 HI 6-9981 IJVE M\SM'ttAX€E SEEDS 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue "at 5 Points" Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, N. Y. As Part Of A Continuing Service To The ( ommunity W ashington Federal Presents Another WASHINGTON FEDERAL CIVIC FORUM SEE and HEAR RTMJM United S'cra Se-ctcr ircm Minnesota D'SCt "1S62: THE STRENGTHENING OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5th 8:15 P.M. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM FREE HERE'S HOW TO GET YOUR FREE TICKETS FOR THIS WASHINGTON FEDERAL CIVIC FORUM While the supply lattt, free ticket* will be oiven o WASHINGTON FEDERAL account holders. Just com. to any WASHINGTON FEDERAL office and ask


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9S| Friday. December 1, 1961 ** Jewish Fk-. rid ton Page 13-A rid • i GEMS OF WISDOM A bflfj ,')•'' %  -be urgeJ on. U'itli appropTittt to hit mtellijfiue ii'id 02until lie rcali:f.> must study bccaiisf u is ;/ie U'l'l of Cod. I^AAC B. ELIAKIM. ('--..' the lesion which is enjoyed %  .-.rned Until. lin.MI HANASI. ing t'l?.;. 1 lore breeds sriKFi.. \'..:.rn( borrow b'llions (or war; >i R41 e• %  er-borrowed largeeducation. Probably no arich enough to pay for both m. Wr niii.vi .r choree; we cannot have II IVNIR. I % % %  %  %  ition is neg%  %  t content of Juda... „-,i aware,1: *:. judau n t ii %  %  atioti and .1 KAPLAN % % %  larni 3 r^cliqfious ^L^ifc k %  i %  %  : %  ; ed %  "ill^ '^ Wing go where I LEX N I R r mg i n a hundred ..:-i in i • •: ed with rea I undred and one b;ec %  • that here on earth. mount tc tiie realms of HEINE. %  p.m. Saturday *::'. a.ni Bermon: "The Predominance of iti, S|.iiii nod Its l-'in.il Victory." :'.:ir p.m. Kermon: "f> h S R isary in ul>tain ['race Through War?" — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. I-Yi V 1 *. p.m. S.'ini'.ti "< Mil I'ltilcir.n. N <\ ... Tlirh ('"nHecrntloil -ii \ i. .• for new Hebrew Ktudentw S.iuu ila> tt.ni Hel "Taking lltMil Iliii .\!i:/.\;.li: Arthur, Bull ol .Mi. an.I Mi Maul v Cullel — • — BETH El_. 5C0 SW 1'th ave. Orthodox Rabbi Soioivon Schiff. :.: ir. p 111. rtatui 'lav • • I ''Ii at Ulll FROM THE TALMUD | Midranh ha Gadol. 41 : Woe to hnjli position for it ta\es %  he fear of Htrat-trn from him U'IO a" (.up. M %  s %  %  %  %  %  • %  "..• BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Hyman Fine. IS ii MI Si rmnni "Hi of. oar Own I •'lin> '" Saluiilav S i". a tl .•.•'. is tl '. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO .. compassion for all BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. — • — BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Raobi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — • — BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschi'.z. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. banm. r'ri.lav .".:'• and s;:;a p.m. Sermnn: "IniltK-ltflon Can Become a Wrong DeclMiun." Saiurdaj 8.15 a.in. — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 5:15 and 7:30 p.m, Srinimi: '\ia. ibeefi ami M noraha, oi Dreyitela and Latkev?" Saturdaj %  • a m Bar Mltstvah: Gary, son of Mr, and Mrs. Sidney Bauman. — • — DAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. The fourth ideal that Judaism teac-lies is to cherish the ideal of i.','';'.'."',i,..y wh.!''"•V„„.. S, i'n"'t'i"NamTof learning. This. too. is a vital part of trie heritage of our people. This is another ideal pathetically needed in ttie life of humanity today. For one of the tragic phases in the life of nations at this moment is the deprecation of learning and men of learning. It is this anti-intellectua" movement that is destroying art and scince and literature, and forces scholars and thinkers into a Spartan philosophy of fist and fang. The fifth ideal is the ideal of peace. It urges the uprooting of hatred the i.'"d." Induction of n.-w members. Saturday s:^a a.m. Bar atltavah: David, son of Mr. and Mrs. fcte.vmour Taah: Jeffrey, aon of Mr. and .Mr.-. Herman Fitterman. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg. Frldav 5:30 and B:ln p.m. Sermon: from the heart of nations, the abolishing of instruments of death and the "Not'by Might nor by Power." Batturning of destructive forces into constructive forces. This remains the j >|'' '„> : '. %  \^'\^['' \u n *\y''r,!!,~~ "' '"" teaching of Judaism — to destroy the psychology of war. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. CAMOW Uottr +J~leritaai Pirke it R Elicser. 4: W %  • %  -<•:. i blunders nlon hu i. %  : i floclt blunders xfter i. %  • V.JI. t to Pentateuch, 187. Ij t/itre •.II %  i.'^. u-liat (hall tiicshepherd do' > Shemot Kabbah. : < tBerak it, 33a Rabbi (Mac ^a• %  J "A ruler u not ; :o be appmnteJ unless tlis comI mumtv is first consulted." will honor new gueatu at a re members, whi •eptlon to foil' u ill w op. Tim pith rlttSpiritual Leadof the Greater Miami Rabbin.\.. i RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Cuurdinator Contributor: KABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP Gems of Wisdom %  % %  % % % %  i %  nan ;ii-iiflminiu-a. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen KYIdny :30 and 8 15 p.m. Bi "Chanuka — Peait of ivdiraii.ui Ones Shabbal boats: Mr ami Mrs. Michael Mabel In honor of their anni\. rsars. — • — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Frldaj S :i". p m. Baturdaj %  • a m. — • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. iiii... 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Measaste of the Chanuka Candles." • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. Friday 8:80 p.m. Bermon: "Not I.lulus but Flames Baturdaj 9 a.m. Sermon: "I Seek My Brethren." Bar I Mltzvah: Cary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S;irl.-s. Ein Gedi Eln .edi was inhabited in the days o! Joshua, the son of Nun. It had \meyards. and "the finest date palm" grew there — so JoseDhus, who lived during the Second Temple, relates. In this period, Ein Gedi was the center of the districts of Judea. Il was destroyed at the end of the great rebellion against the Romans, a short while before the destruction of Massada, the last strong'' 'Id against the Romans. After the War of Liberation a N'ahal (initials of Fighting Pioneer Youth — special military agricultural formation) unit and youth f."om the Mush.iwin (cooperative ullages) set up a farm at Ein Gedi, which is a flourishing spot in B desolate wilderness. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is it traditional to eat meat meals on the Sabbath? The enjoyment of the Sabbath is supposed to be a sample of the M | delight which is to be the reward of the virtuous in the next world. One of these rewards in the world to come was to enjoy the flesh of the "wild ox." Thus, it is contendi ed by some, that meat is eaten on I the Sabbath to symbolize this ex pected delicacy. There are some j who refrain from eating meat dur| ing the week because of the fact that the temple was destroyed and | reason s obvious. Since the SabTEMPLe BETH A M 5950 N Kendall thus the meat offerings have %  Mtrm brings an acded spirit ot joy. ar S o. Miami. Reform. Rabbi cea S ed. a nd festivity one should consume Nevertheless even these con-' his bread with greater zest and sume meat on the Sabbath, since) plea sure. Thus a large piece is it is a day which symbolizes the; broken off on the Sabbath. On, restoration of the Temple in the weekdays, however, o n e is suptime to come. In this sense, thelposed to keep his earthly enjoy1 meat that is consumed can be sym-'merats in moderation. Thus a small bolic of the sacrifices of old in the, piece is broken or cut off on weektemple in which case certain or\ days. gans were offered on the altar and i Whv' "e special songs (Zemirot) sung at the Sabbath table? It is claimed (Sefer Chasidim) that when the Bible said "And the Lord blessed the seventh day" (Genesis 2:3) it is to be inferred that He blessed it with song. This eont enlion is derived from the fact that when Job lamented that he was cursed, he mentioned that there was no song. Since the absence of song is a curse, its presence is a blessing. the meat was eaten by the owner (Korban Shlamim). or else the table of the Jew on the Sabbath is in itself symbolic of the altar of old and meat is placed on the table as the offering was placed on the altar. Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Frldaj 7:30 p.m. Bermon: "The Jews and Thanksgiving." Saturday tlitfi a in Bar Mltavan: Mark, i-on of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rapport. BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Frldaj B:1G p.in. Bermon: "If tne Chanuka l.lfrhts Could Speak." — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Friday 8:30 p.m. Bermon: "A Letter to illy Son." Saturda> ? a.m. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Friday B:16 p.m. Bermon: "Judaism and Democracy — Our Common Mission" Saturday 10:45 a in. liar Mltzvah: Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin I-odRr. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsch Adler. Frldaj 8:30 p.m, Sermon: "Jews and Judabwi in Manv Lands," gueat rabFxirthermore, the special songs I M, Dr. Herman M. Cohen. of the Sabbath contain learned! TEMPLE JUDEM. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Friday 8:13 p.m. Bermon: "Chanuka — \,,t f.. r Children!" Saturday 10:30 a.m Bar Mltsvah: Stanford, son of Mr. and Mrs, Morris Blake. — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Frida) 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "8tlmula tion or Stagnation.' Baturda) 9 i.m. Kermon: "Portion of tl"Law." i"un-.. at Ion of firat grade student* "f the Temple's Hebrew School. Bar Mltzvah: Norman, son ol Mr and MiPaul Mlllman Leonard, ton ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slegal. e TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz. Can. tor Samuel Gomberg. Frldaj x IS ;• ; Sermon: "A Candle i.\.. l< d In a I '.'i k \v orld." Chanuk i sei %  • '• %  %  Satunluj -. 13 a.m. s.-rnaa v\ %  .-.,Iv Pol — • — TEMPLE S NAI OP NORTH MIAMI. 12:00 NE 15th ave. Reform. Raobi Benno M. Wallach. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "ImpreaM. infrom Washington." Sal irda) ii a m Bus Mltsvah: Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mri i .-..: a Auerbai h — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami ave. Raobi Nathan Zwitman Can. tor Albert Glantz. • Frldaj 8 in p m S % %  mon: "M Mod.ru Men 'f Modln." Oneg Shabbat host: fr'istei h i Baturdaj Sermon: "The Mam and the Fe — • — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Fiamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. FVldaj 8:13 p.m, Sermon: "Chanuka Addressing lis.if to a Dub People." Oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr and Mrs Morris Mosk, in honor of their u-eddlng anniversary. Saturdaj I a.n Sermon: "Weekly Portion of the Law." — • — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. FYldi i is p.m Quest speaker, Harry sinionhoff will dlai uss "Survival of .1 udaiano." — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Friday s:ao p.m. Sermon: "Recognition and Disguise." Oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. H> Potash. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Ncu. Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "The Choe en n,,s Baturdaj '.' a.m. — • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Why it it traditional to slice or break eff a large piece of Challah after pronouncing the blessing over the bread on the Sabbath, while only a small piece is cut or broken off on weekdays? vvula u >ca ,„ cu EMPLE RAEL 137 NE Such is the practice mentioned isayi rigs. Putting them in songs I Rc'orm. Rabbi jrseph R. Narot. I in the Codes (Shulchan Arueh. enaables the most simple of people ,. ^^ tor v .V-, r0 ^, nrnf s '. i r n n ,„„. .. Wha Orach Chayyim 127 and 274'. The to utter wise sayings K nd ot Onm tlon Are We?" Berviiriiiiiuutun :ii:!TTniBiBT.i:a5nmiBBl CANDIHIGHTING Tim 23 Kislev — 5:14 p.m. %  aaWBasWW lfc>1—i mllUlMsgl—HU



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Friday. December 1, 1961 *Jewisti fkrfdfiaun Page 11-A Soviet General Reports on Jewish Position Today Continued from Page 1-A cussing iht< widely debated poem, "Babi Yar," about the Slaughter by the Nazis of 40.000 in Kiev, by Hie noted Soviet In support of his argument that Soviet officials were doing their "utmost" to liquidate popular an'i-Se-nitism, he said: "I was a dtltfftta at the last ComEugeo Xevtpoiieiiko. and ,tha iwpj*| Pa^rty ^Cornytss, _Wit(^. criticism ol the puem by Soviet me were countless other JewsMiStarikov, the Qeneral said: "I think both of them are right wrong. Yevteehenko is in the [or having diminished the ayed by the Russian P %  i saving Jewish lives. Stariko\ is : the \ iolent langui ge he t< ng the poet.' genera's, phys.cians, scientists and engineers. A Jewish general is in command o" the Far Ea'terr. region, other Jews command c'her mi'itary a eas, divisisis, whole fronts. Can things like this hsppsn in t u .e United S'ates, England or Frar.a?" He declared that the fight in the Soyiel Union against anti-Semitism was considerably accelerated after the t.ili oi Lavrenty Beria. Stalin's secret police chief, who wi a liquidated ay Khrushchev. "when l myself was promoted from eel %  to major general, and then to lieutenant general. Other Jews carr; still b gh< t i ank In the Saviel • %  rces." He esl t i that more than 100 Jews hoi I thi rank ol r.i thi S 11 Arm; On '.' %  c( oi Israel, he said: "It is n -' aii e to sec Russian Arrests Anger Leading Papers PARIS—(JTAt— A Jewish %  !'-, arrests and imprisonment ol six Lei gra id Most • Jewish this week with the remark thi en ". i I .. %  as Jews." Meanwhile fresh pro:.s were rais world. David Dragunsky, one of ... : .. ling World w a r n made that comment on his .n Paris as a Soviet deleto the Warsaw Ghetto exbibi%  %  The General, one of the first A led commanders to enter the Auschwiti death factory when that Nazi murder camp was liberated near the end of World War II, brought with him panels of photographs and statistics contributed by the Soviets to the Soviet Union. I ie newest protests emanated OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT BARNETTS FOUNTAIN DESK PEN SET • F ; writing comfort and ,.-m y • h< .... of point • I fed for home > r i Mice 22S N.E. 59th MIAMI ASK FOR No. 112 STREET Te>!. PL 4-3457 134 N.E. 1st STREET MIAMI Tel. FR 3-5739 STEVENS OFFICE SUPPLY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel. JE 8-7205 ; Nons well as Jews in Ci nada, and significant seel ing Canadian pre-ted with mnation re..! the renev al of anti-Jewish persecute ns in Russia. La Presse -. d ditorially that "a new wave ol n'.i-Semitism .sweeping Russia." The Montreal Gazette pointed out: "'Khrushchev iusing Stair inisl methods against Jews, while assuring the Russians that Stalinism has gone forever." Al an open forum in Montreal. Michael Garber. a leading Canadian Zionist here, and a founder of the Canadian Jewish Congress, said that recent events in Russia "are all the more shocking in view of the admissions there that the 'doctors plot' of the Stalin ira had been a fraud." Mr. Garber expressed the opinion that the secrecy that surrounded the trials and convictions of the Moscow and LinJewish leaders indicated so-called "evidence" against the convicted Jews "< iild • i • stand the lighl oi day." Other Canadian leaders agreed that the recent developments in Russia indicate the need for more intensive petitions to the Soviet authorities, calling for a reversal of their anti-Semitic policies. •*. Brazilian lews led rid to protest arrest aii inment of .. i thi Leningrad and MosJewish communities. ,i Cam .. [the most in that country condi mi .. the anti-Jew,ish mi festal bj Si \ iet auI entitled: "Imitating Hitler and Stalin." The e litorial calli d upon the peoples of •' i rid to protes: the anti.1. wish pers< cutions in the So\ tet Union "jusl as (he world has reacted : %  .. sl (he Kremlin's resumption ft nuclear tests O Globo. the newspaper with ihe largest circulation in Brazil, also denounced the anti-Semitic acts in the Soviet Union. An editorial in O Globo concluded: "The persecutors of Jews have, historically, disappeared while the Jewish people live on. united by blood and tradition." that Israel has become a base lor the I ret i i aggression. It's jusl as painful to see pictures of BenGurion shaking Adenauer's hand and to hear that Kichniann may finally^dU ol old age in his cell. Beh-Guriori fTnot *fV Working poopic of Israel to whom mj brothi r lj • ngs go." Hi aU remarked thai "all .lews oul-. %  : ol Israel are doomed lo assii .... wherever they live. I l ever that in the Soviet ocess maj I e speed• hi re He said he it a pi ssible < isil to ael "wh<:; and il 1 find the timi Gen, Dragunsk) later denied a Wished in some Jewish ations thai a number ol Jewtt nding the n t ni Communist Party Congr •in Moscow had submitted a request for the preparation by the government of a separate list of Jewish casualties and war heroes of World War II, H" termed this report "a shameful lie." Emphasizing thai he himself participated in the Congress together with other Jewish generals, he said he would have known aboul such a request. jlle added That Sllfch a list was uni(iarj and undesirable because ihe casualties of other Soviel nationalities did not appear on -• parali lists. 1 iher than the press confei i e and his commenl i n the sepai list report, Gen, Dragunsky did I hold any publicmeetings or conferences. Throughout ids staj in Paris, he expressed his admiration for the Warsaw material and "the mbol of peace which it n nts." 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~r:---:;: > U-nittF% "'-f-'-iT:'Acrv. December !, 198) Young Leaders Urged to Take Responsibility Afcd Z : c z'. : :'.' %  %  ". '--^ -*•-* :'.' %  r A---—' E • %  : %  %  %  %  -• %  :: M S-*-err_^.. ~ V v S %  • %  v the .-.: r-. ..— % %  • z.e spar.: =orr.e .-.. 4th 31assinen • is -i %  ;: v -":"•' servioe %  .. Senici High : Theo^re Ko!!efc. = -•:•:'-t-v eral o* the Israel Prime M n ilf s 0 :< .c. ttrnefl rf-e UP •e = Jewish Appeal irtdiiee-sao e in earr> : ~3 %  .* •- • U fas' ; : j;i;-; -9 -— g'i'-j ntt ~e s:: = *-: ::-— : = ; '' --e :;.— % %  -:" "e a'mest — ^>s> i •: esfffontp a" d3 -5 --j. • -e-'.^is-j 33 • *ijt rre maul % % %  ..-. :---.rt %  %  lack Carrier 'center, honorary chairman of the board of tne -.-'. Bank, receives an award following his elec•.'-.'. as a Lite member to the Miami National Bank "Hall of Fame." The award is for "devotion to the bank iecdership and tireless energy in working for the good of the entire cornunity." Corner, chairman of the loan committee D! the r,ank. receives the plaque from William L. Pallot, board chairman 'left;, and Lou Poller. president of the bank. The Vatican and the Jews Teacher's Visit Raises Ruckus '.LEM — %  JTA — Tr. en le neotarj c rharp exchanges • in a %  -••.• and ar.I h : in tne Knesset Israel • Parliament It ••'•a* to o* the ;ub' of a full Knesset debate. Naor. a Herut depu criticized -k, .e Education Minis r approving the visit which ther mar.;ie-:a!:un> of Israel German cultural exchanges. she said contradicted eftorts to increa ireness I Israeli > of the Nazi holocaust Education Minister Abba Eban replied that his ministry acted on the matter of the visit within the general policy lines of the Israel Government regarding relations with West Germany. He should %  %  ted 1 this I : %  %  State; 1 nts I an exit is I B tO T • Stressing the importance ; ; rsei in tS* tak c* recop.sT.c-: Jewish li*e a ^he c o*e o^


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%  Friday. December 1. 1961 Jen islh /Flcrocfffa/m Page 3-D Insights into Life of an Israeli Composer By MARIANNE ZEITLIN T HE other day we had an old friend visit u>. A compatriot and colleague of my husband He the Israeli composer BenZion Ore ad Ben-Zion, who is the viSOf 01 mutical education i l-;;i. I. on .i Sabbatical this vear from 'he Ministry, had received ; fellowship from Brandeis L'niversitj where he spent the past c -;:>'i^ In the Mimmcr he ha.i been invited by Aaron-Copland to Tanglewood where he won the •.. %  ;i Sagalyn Award for his or; ] composition "KaleidoIk' ialso the winner of 1961 coveted Israeli Engl? I n best musical compost%  I a*ked Fer.-Zion to tell me something about himself as a composer, but he demurred, te.'l8 id justifiably—that a composer can onlj really be known by his music. But he did tell me one of his experienceas :i Rcci nnaissance ofticer in th %  Isi. uli Reserve Army which, while il may not have anything to do with his music directly, cannot but influence it in some way. A Bald Mission Every year Eor six weeks. BenZion leaves his wife and two children in Tel Aviv, and goes into aelive reserve. A couple of years ago lie was posted in the heart Dl the Negev near the Mountains i Nabateans. This is the where Dr. Nelson Glueck has :. making an archaeological survey. The mountains have enormous ridges which thrust updramatically from a plateau which stretches for miles Behind these mountains is Jordan and they seem to torm a natural, impregnable boundary. At that time a large number of infiltrators were believed to be A Beduin Miss does some window shopping in Beersheba, Israel. hiding in this area of Israel and rumor had it that there was a path through the Rotem Ridge. The Rotem (a kind of flower) was the highest of the ridges, springing some 2.000 feet skywards with walls like polished glass, and deep ravines encircling it. To imagine that this ridge was passable seemed like the height ot improbability but the Israeli army is not one to pass up any possibility and elected Ben-Zion. renowned for his adventurousness. to head the mission to find the alleged path of the Rotem. He was given a map of the area as it was hitherto known and found himself fascinated by the Continued on Page 7-D Happiness to All MARK'S CLEANING LAUNDRY STORAGE SAMP DAV SERVICE NEVER AN EXTRA CHARGE 1201 -20th Street, M. B. Phone JE 8 6104 s:::::s GREETINGS 'a All Cur Friends and Patrons \T. .3. FICIIT General Passenger Agent 1 SEABOARD RAILROAD HOLIDAY GPEET1NGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES KARI-HI IMPORTERS FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE 5435 NW 36th Street TU 7-1085 TO ALL GREETINGS OLIVER'S TOP SHOP. Inc. ANY MAKE OF CAR FOREIGN CARS A SPECIALTY 190 NW 20th STREET FR 9-7698 A Happy Chanuka to All Our Many Friends and Patrons RIVIERA PHARMACY 4720 IE JEUNE ROAD Phone MO 1-5321 Ernest liefcermon, Prp. HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL ART'S NURSERY AND LANDSCAPE CO. •90 N.E. 79th St., Miami Phone: PL 7-2551 Monty GoMtfem Btrnit Selevan TO ALL GREETINGS FLAMINGO LAWN & GARDEN SUPPLIES 13910 NW 7th AVE. MU 1-9921 GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE ROOM 206 BISCAYNE BUILDING



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A MODERN CHANUKA TALE Uewish Floridian The Magnificent Danes: How Their Resistance Wrought a New Miracle Miami. Florida, Friday, December 1, 1961 Section D -^piritiicxl J rintnp'% IN PICTURES: Aftermath of Jewry's twentieth century Chanuka miracle — the ultimate triumph over Nazi tyranny. During the Adolf Eichmann trial in Jerusalem, Jonah Mach. crt teacher at the Hebrew University High School, asked his 12-toj 5-year-oid students to paint their reactions to the terrible events recounted in the testimony. From his request resulted a series of paintings oi such imagination end power that they heve excited interest far beyond the borders of Israel. The pointings shown heie are part of a series oi 29 brought to the U.S. by the National Council of Jewish Women. Many of the students painted scenes of fiery destruc:ion; others, mocds of indignation and lesistence. But some were gentle: one little rl painted a face much like her own, weeping, on a memorial candlestick. "The Beginning of the End: Prisoners." "The First Jewish Fighter." Mourning, Sorrow, Memory and Now Nt w Growth THE E'GHT-DAY Qfl TOO FAR OUT'? The Search for a Lost Manuscript o Tell the Festival of Lights Story Ey BEN NATHAN A Strange thing. The article 1 ^* wrote tor this Chanuka. for '.'.very space you are reading ill now. was stolen or. rather, mis; ypropriated from the bureau on which it lay the night before the c eadline, which is today, the day ,:m writing this second piece, this Chanuka piece. 11 wasn't that the article was stolen in any ordinary spirit. I would suspect Chanuka articles aren't ever stolen in an ordinary spirit. But this one was a rather extraordinary one. and a departure from any 1 had e*er prepared lor any previous holiday. It was ;> garland, a listing of some lortytwo adaptive quotations from a tabbalisiic text, the Zohar. on the subject of 'Light and Fire," all pertaining to the light that burned in the Temple, the little light in the oil, during the days of the actual decimation. It is probable that your editor may have rejected the piece as being what young people term "too far out." In fact, I console myself with the suspicion thai the real root of its misappropriation was prevention ol its rejection —that is. it avoided what may have been an even more painful scene had it been rejected. Bui lhat. 1 don I think, was the key root for its misappropriation. The key root was two-fold — the motive of Ihe misappropnalor and the nature ol esoteric documents to get lost or be destroyed — because these were not merely quotations. There are other keys of course to its disappearance (and, needless to say, 1 kept no carbons) but if 1 were to dwell on these, and take those roots down to their tips. 1 would conclude with a metaphysical tome if not an autobiography of Ehockian character. That of course would not be appropriate to the Chanuka space in this newspaper. • • Similar Occurrences But, then, neither is this perhaps. And then, perhaps it is, at least in this sense: that esoteric constructions, whether they be books or stone temples, are dangerously short-lived and have a manner of eluding their possessors. I believe a man spent some twenty !i\e years documenting the language ol Esther island from the last living member oi the old order, and. on the way home, the book sank. His story abounds with similar occurrences. The Tower of Babel, in some dimension, is representative ol this loss of communication, and on this level as well. My family, on my mother's side, inhabited Safed that is in Israel during the old order too. The elder there spent a lifetime compiling probably the most thorough Cabbalistic commentary done in several hundred years. During the Arab-Israel war some marauders entered the holy town and burned every carton of writing. Everyone I know who deals in sacred works fears this destruction. The artists who have regarded their labor in terms of ritual have also suffered almost Continued on Page 2-D By HAROLD FLENDER as the Eichmann trial unfolded, I tound thai (he story of Nazi horror, despite its familiarity. had not losl its power to shock. What particularly depressed me was the reminder of the apathy and toleration — and' sometimes approval — of Nazi bestiality by many of the people of the occupied countries, including Austria, Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Ukraine. The roll-call was long and embraced much of Europt And then one day. during the trial, mention was made >>t Di nmark and how this small cupiid country had saved virtually its entire Jewish population dining World War 11. The mention was short, the >. given brief. In October of 1943. the Nazis decided to round up Denmark's 8 000 .lews for shipment to death camp-. The entire country acted as an underground movement to ferry the 8.000 to Sweden. It was one of the few times Eichmann had been frustrated, lie appeared in Cop >nhagen in a ragebut to no avail. The J< s wi re sai i I turned lo a book. "Octob i 1941 written bj Hage Berti Isen, a Danish pastor and li i : < r. II tells how he and his wife organized an" undergi in lhal v'. re sibli or ettii indreds of h lews to Swi Isen had a simpli .,. iski 'i he had i his life to aid the Jew s: 1 n e people were :i mdrtal dangei • alternative. We had lo do hal we i Note of Hope Reading "October 1943" firmed what I had suspected: the storj oi UM Danish rescue of the .lews was a welcome and heartwarming testament of man's I nianity to man. l felt that it offi red a nole ol hope to offset the i spair evok< d by the Kichmar.n Iriaf testimony and lhat it should ii.i.i (he widest audience posi I a lelc\ ision audience I look Ihe idea lo the producer %  .. ( BS-TV religious program. I i k Up and I ,ive." lie ap.. d. We would j < lo Denand shoe: the sti j ri. cumentary film using pei i d places ai lually involved. On the v ay to Copenhagen, I lercd whether I would find the answer lo one question: why the : fics and so few other r ople? This iwhai 1 found out. Germany occupied Denmark on "Apr. 9. 1940. Alter a lew hours ol fighting, ihe Danish forces had to capitulate. Hitler spoke of the Germans' Nordic brotherhood with Ihe Danes, lie wanted Denmark to be his model protector ate. King Christian X was allowed to remain as the head oi stale. The Danish parliament was permitted to Function. The Danish army, navy and police force remained intact. It wasn't Until Aug. 29. 1943 — following a series ol sabotage acts, including the scuttling of the Danish fled — that the Germans decided to lake over completely and rule by decree. •* Opposition to Bigotry In other German-occupied countries, anil Semitic laws wire usually put into eflect immediately. In Denmark, the Germans waited until the fall of 1943 before deciding to round up Denmark's .lews. Hitler's represenThi report firal appeared in ihe Oaober. 1961 (MIK cj The AOL Bu!!<:. lalives in Denmark, particularly his governor. Dr. Werner Best, were conscious of Denmark's long tradition of religious freedom, and knew that the Dar.es, while generally a law-abiding and slow-to-anger people, would not tolerate persecution oi fellow Danes who happened to be Jewish. King Christian X had ling made known his opposition lo anti-Semitism, in January, 1941, the Germans had tried to blow up the synagogue in Copenhagen. The next da\ the king made a inal \ isit to the sj nagogue to the damage: he also nl il n bbi a letter e tpres;. g his rets al Ihe attempted desl ruelion. In 1942, the Germans decided der ihe wearing of the yellow star of David b> Denmark's King Christian said lhal should the order be enforced, he and his entire family would wear it ..a sign of the highest distinction, The yellow Slar of David was never introduced in Denmark. By Ihe fall ol 1943. howe\ i r, ihe Germans had decide I i prize of 8.000 J< u worth ihe risk of offending Ihe les. In late September, 1943, w I bed members of the Danish list Party that the > en eady :<> move .. am '. %  A surprise raid was being planned for Rosh Hashona — Ihe !' New Year. This i as | .1 on to I he Jewish in unity. On (he day before Rosh HashRabbi Melchior, Chief Rao; • ihe < 'openhagen synagi to his congregation. "I told i members that they had to their homes immediately hide in the homes ol G< friends. Bui first, i told them, you musl warn all the Jews you know, and tell them to warn all the Jews they know, lhal Ihey musl hide." Empty Houses "The Germans had cul ofl all insen ice in ihe city. But thi wa iting was passed by word '.! mi ith nol onl) bj Jews but by Gentiles Anyone who knew Jews warned them. and. more i took them into their hi to hide them from the an:. I wenl into hiding al ; 11 : e of a 1 .utheran minisl r Our Torah, eur holy books a idi labra wi re hidden in the basi nit nt i : .i church." when, on Rosh Hashona. 1943, the <; e r in a n raided Je is i homes in Copenhagen, Ihej found Ihem empty. Furious, Ihey ard top Danish army and navy officers, offering to release them in exchange for information leading io the whereabouts of the Jews. Maj. Gen, Gortx, commander m-edict ol tne Danish armed forces, told the Germans he would nol accept the exchange and voluntarily remained in an internment camp at Elsinore, Adm. Vedel, head of the Danish navy, replied that he could secno advantage lo exchanging one Dane for another, lie. too, remained in an internment camp. The Germans issued stern warnings hul the Danes remained steadfast. Pastor Ivar I.ange addressed a group of confirmation candidates in Frederikslmrg Church: "Politics musl not be discussed here, because it is punishable. In spite of this. 1 will tell you that 1 would rather die with a Jew than live with a Nazi." On Oct 3, 1943. the Danish Lutheran Bishops sent a letter to the German occupation officials in Denmark. It was also read in Continued on Page 8-D



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"nday. December 1, 1961 knut Flcridttann Page 15-B The heroic feats of "El Cid" have been transformed into screen dramc which, will have an exclusive Southern engagement at the Rcoseve'.t Theatre in Miami Beach starting Dec. 21. starring Charlton Heston in the title role, and Sophia Loren, plus c casl of thousands. Rudnick Leads Local Delegation Louis B. Rud-ick. of Coral Neumann, honorary l:fe president national vice president of of he Z0A who was the reC epient tass?yL*s %  % % %  —•* M %  —; the Nov. 23 dinner of the < Organization of ZOA in New York City. America. I | vent • noralcd the .... tie pa; sage ol iuti -i Aish State,| %  Dr Emanuel LEGAL NOTICE | Phi Sigma S/jitia Alumnae for '.' •Sigma Sigma I .eai %  ; %  Miami fashion i s ar.d d isser Luncheon to be 11 Sal lay. Dec. 9. were to jb (I. a i !gular meetin i i ting at the home o'. ... i i Sk 2521 SW 25th st. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADS COUNTY. -LZR.DA. IN C"NCtHY No. 61C 12325 I .. I M.I > ,l!s, I!. [RI8 pi NI v.:i.i.n.\is. i '••:• lam NOTICE BY PUBLICATION vui', IANII-: i H :i> riNi: Wll.\.\i.-\ ... v-Thomuw, l ii'illKS < Hl'RCH >'• I \l>. U'HSTA. \ in nol i: :•• %  I :\ •• .i copy f>( wt to i ilvoroe >"%  11; j %  tint linut v o i or : 'l.i Inllff* nttrI'.KORT.K Nf'Hl 'I.AS, ISIS N \V. Vlliiml !•' i .n.i file or'.gina! ... r( ,.ii o • before ••;L'. otherwise oomplulnt Mill • • %  • .1 b i N %  • %  • %  27, INI. K %  l.lv\T; IRM \N. Clerk i %  %  Irculi i 'ourt R HEI.KN KKS.-I.'" %  :. 1 12 I-<.I:.-;2 CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME *\OBV -HE a 4 THOR'T\ 0=" THE STATE OF FLO* r. \ • • SKXTS SHJ • :'. %  \ 'IVhi-reas. M W'l I' A M I UU.Ti'N %  RDMAN %  • v l'l.<'RHV\ OK I IN %  •' v. v ,. %  S ; • :ill \ %  N eml %  : %  A • ln littler the %  -• ifK.'•,-:.•. MKN %  ...-.•• .... \ • l >A %  NT V SI i ii I •' %  .-. %  • • rp did .. %  Sovi mber. V.n. 1961, %  %  l!l '" %  • State "i i %  iitfi % %  • i .. the pn %  %  -%  ild Chapter 6'S, Florid show' %  in Now %  %  % %  ~ %  %  %  tar} >( -. i %  • foregoing i he .-f!-:.-! thai thi ... | : i: ii .. % %  • ., h been com. ...i with IN w I rNEPS W HEREOF i ive i ,. %  my hi -.'i -:i-i have ,. ,r s-i o( the State i %  T : '"•'-•'. %  ilt tola the T\\ ENTIKTH d • oi NOVF-MBER. A D 11-;' ,-. ,:, TOM ADAMS, > .. -..• rj ii State 12 l 61 LEGAL NOTICE i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE. No. 44747 IN l:i. i:-;.,i, : ^ IIKilNIA I'ltAlll.l TTK III!.I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All ,(••...limi > .,11,1 MI I'ervuiiv Having I'l.MiMor i'-.i. II Agalnm: Maid Kittati Y..U are hereby notified and required to pi, — HI iiny claima and Qeniandj whli maj h.i t •• aguiniit the • late "i VIRGINIA I'HARI.i tTTK III 1.1. ili i eaaed late "i l 'a uunt>. 1 loi Ida i" ili" County Judge* i.t Hade C'otint>. ;in i file thi na i e In their offii the i '"'in i .. %  : • -,. in i M.i. I'ounty, Florida, within .-i\ id calendar m..mil;i..ni the date of tin-. or the mi me •i i.\ be barre I. BERTHA %  HHCl.lA WHITE Exei itrlx 1 Ii %  !.•!. in. i ;..iii-;,iti ,\i 'acsler Atl i 1 2303 u em I lagler Street .Mi i ml, Ki;i.— .N I-; ",-'";i > II 17-84, 12'1-J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that %  the undenslgned, desiring t<> engatce in ; %  11 -111 • ~ under the fictitious nunte ol DADE WATER CMNIC al mi; W. Flakier St.. Miami intends to reglfter said name with the t.'lerk of the (.'irill Court ol Dade County, Florida. PURE WATER PRODUCTS. INC. By: David Berman, President OEO. II SAM.KY & R. PAUL. Attornejfor i'nrWater Products, Inc. II 17-24. 12 1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring tu engaii 'wi un i, ; %  the fictltiouii nam< ATLANTIC WATER CLINIC al I "' W I._..' %  s MIn i • intend* i %  register mild :.* m • with thi Cli if tin 'I i ill Court of Dade County, K PURE W VTER ": %  H "UCTS, IN' By: David SEO H SALLEY .v AM >ri A %  • < Mtvst Wishes to the t'lntirv Jptvish 4Community DADE-GAS CORPORATION IN THE C'RCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA IN CHANCERY. No. 6'.C I 1857 4HKRMAN l" VT %  %  t|f| \ i'. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION VOl" CAUR K BATTS • d 11 • ser vi opj if %  • %  An%  •:• to dl linl i .'-.1 : %  -• yo on thi Ird da i %  I N emb< INI, bj the : ney, ( lakli > • I Sn Ith, i 'i N W I'! -• Avenue, Miami, i : %  Kile orlg nal wltl i' • of thin Courl o lefor • %  261 h day ol i ••;:. other* Ise %  'ompln n i will b. taken .confee d bj you, i: a LEATHERMAN ".i k •• -lii 1 "it uii < % %  un (seal) By k M LYMAN, Dei it) Clerk I J'. 12 l--l". NOTICE OF SALE • V i v urnlsh A r u i si %  • v. •city, N.-'.. v k hereb) •• III ..• i thai t he Hoti [re. b) virtue din i '. Lien %  rordam • th f the S H .-I I... -.\ ill low ng i %  -. to-wll • .i. IIC \ v .• %  Vlo lei i: %  % %  %  • %  "1 Play %  ; %  Ijldles' :-' I 11 g s I Shoes f will be n Jai A % %  Bomb n • %  Mi and '' ill n> Avenue, Ml%  ii i. Florida H.IANuF'P. WALI IR S MTMAN I i e) .for I • • i. •. I.in... n KA leach l2'l-8-i:.-22 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE N'DTU'E IS HEREBY tilVEN tint virtue of Chapter HT'* of ci. rlda Statutes Annotated (1941), Ware and Warehouse Receipts, wherein ACE-R.B VAN LINES, INC., 1 Fl'irl orpoi Ltlnn, i>v virtue of Its waiehous. lien, has ii itpossession Hot Ing d ied propert) i Household Goods — As the propert) ihn lark. 6429 8.W. 'intti Ave., %  % %  • M nn i; F:i! > C i.iel.l. HI 11 S.W I *"h T. i,i".. an Miami: Virginia u -iiiimt<,n. f.( N W '.'tii St'v.-i, Mi•""i: atui rhat on 'he 2xtti day of Deer, 1961, during the lenal hours "' -ai., mainly between 11:00 fore"""II aid L':(MI i: the afternoon al fl ,; ,Nw 24th Aven .e. Miami. I Ida, in., iinderaiai •.! -hall offer for to the highest Miller for rash 'i"i t %  .•• ijji i. <••-. I'll .'ii propert) 'the • ..ii. rtv of John Clark. 64M S.W. .;n, i, Av „ Vl ,,„ i: Klla < 'o s.w g4th Terrace, Bo. Ml1 % %  Virginia Washington, 614 N v. q "' St t, Miami. I'aied al Miami, Florida, this 87th "i Nove mb er, 1961. ACE-R.B, V A LINES, INC 12'1-S IN THE CiRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JJD'C'AL CIRCUIT IN "VND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA 'N CHANCERY. NO. B1C 12125 PHE RRl II KLYN V '• INGS B VNK, \. A Yo M-. ( orporatl ••-. Plain II \;.. >NZ< : sr kNLEY in I LENOR v >T.iM I : %  wlte; A.INVE8TMKN I'S IN)R1'< RATION, a ,-. 1 T. I'. K >HL %  i %  %  NOTICE 0S^IT Tl 1 T I K • %  %  1 I.I I K. KOHL, •' • I .'•.:: • .. v '.: %  %  I .' %  Miami, Pai "I YD IERKBY J hat 1 lied a %  -• ,ou by l %  • : 1 url md '% %  on rnnerty. sitin: %  Fli rI ",'., : .' '. :%  ADDITION TO MYR 1'LE Ri >VE n s. % %  %  %  ordi a In Plat Bo ik 57 at I Recoi ,,f i" i %  in ioi i .. Togetl •• tiifollowing it propert) loca I in ai 1 permai installed is a P • Ins Improvements un %  I land Slid • %  ts Door Tub Enclosure Range O.E. Model No J-400-M Ke : Model No LB-11 Washing Machine Model No WA-350 To : are hereby required to serve, a ,.,,.,i of N"'' r answer 01 other pleadII piaintlfl ittarneyei i< HN i>. UKION ai %  u l.i-l U C. R'H.LINS. l.'.O S E. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida, i, Ranklin 1 -644 I, ind file the original answer or pto the Offli "i the t !lerk of said 1 m 01 bi fore th,•:•-• day of December, 1961 If you fall t" do BO, 1 decree pro conf.-, will be entered against you t,.r th • relief demanded i" the Complaint. WITNESS rrr) hand and Beal ol said C OUr i al %  %  %  County, Florida t! 121st da) "i Novembi 1. 1*61. K r. l.i'.'''HERMAN Clerk .-1:1' B) > %  P '•• iPELANl 1 1 t4. 12/1 -8-1! OEETfNGS ENFIBID S CAMERA SHOP 503 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 1-3451 1339 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD Phone FR 3-7674 HAPPY HOLIDAY from TerrCare & Daughters BAY HARBOR NURSERY SCHOOL. INC 9500 Bay Harbor Terrace UN 6-8357 GREETINGS ABRIC 2808 Ponce de Leon Blvd. A. H SOROKA DOROTHY SOROKA A Subsidiary of Citizens Gas Company of Florida BOTTLED GAS & APPLIANCES 6940 NW 27th AVENUE OX 6-2570 A Happy Chanulo to Our Customers and Friends 3 SISTERS "Meals on Wheels" HOME CATERERS 1040 NW 27th AVENUE NE 5-6319 GREETINGS... Tropieal Typewriter Service 2135 Ponce De Leon Blvd. (Display Room 1 3144 Coral Way (Service Sept.) Phone HI 60533 TYPEWRITERS—ADDING MACHINES—CHECK PROTECTORS DESKS—SAFES—CHAIRS—FILING CABINETS "We Service What We Sell" Phonj HI 84156 GREETINGS NOLAN TRANSFER & STORAGE PROMPT SERVICE SPECIAL STORAGE RATES 572 NW 72nd ST, CaS! PL 9-0797 GREETINGS... THE PARRAKEKT SHOP BETTER BUDGIES TOYS EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES RARES Wen^be' of A B.S.. U.3 S., C.B.A.. S P.C.A. 4401 NW 7th Avenue Miami Phone PL 4-3402 A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL BANCROFT HOTEL AND MOTEL APTS. 1501 Collins Avenue Miami Beach B and B AIR CONDITIONING MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS INSTALLATION & REPAIRS 411 MAXES AIR CONDITIONING and REFRIGERATION 24-Hr. Service — Motors Rented Repaired JE 1-0665 122 2 nd St., Miami Beach Nights %  Sundays Holidays Dial TK 9-2057 SEASON'S GREETINGS BISCAYNE SCOOTER SERVICE SCOOTER & SVAU MOTORCYCLE REPA'RS SiCONDiriONINC, 13640 NW 7th AVE. MU 1-5823 NOW LOCATED at 3115 NW 40th ST. Ph. NE 4-8525 HART ELECTRIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS Residential — Industrial — Commercial EEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA THAL BROTHERS EPICURE MARKET S.S. Pierce Products — Prime Meats 1656 Alton Road JE 8-1861 MIAMI 3EACH I



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Friday, December 1, 1961 *Jfet*i$f HrrtidMftiMi Page 3-B Fashion Show Due Here Saturday A glittering luncheon and fashion show, with the added attractions oi entertainement and a prize of a Caribbean cruise lor two aboard the SS Jerusalem, will be given by the Women's Division of the Parkinson Foundation on Saturday in the Napoleon room of the Deauville hotel. Presenting the newest holiday fashions of Louis Mattel, featured will be the latest creations of (Meg Left to right are Mrs. Bruce Friedman, of Shalom chapter, Mrs. Jack Zebitz, of Chai, and Mrs. Shayle Abrams, of Shoshana. BB Women Cap Membership Push ..i B'rith Women from 17 ters in South Florida culminated their membership drive at the Deauville hotel last week-with ss initiation of 548 new menv Ltrs. ARISTOCRATIC The gala affair, which featured a: its theme "B'nai B'rith Women Have Heart." was attended by I,500 paid-up members. Mrs. Harry Straus, of Knoxville. Tmn.. international first vice president of B'nai B'rith. w a s guest -jieaker. Mrs. Jack Zebitz. of Chai chapter, who brought in 28 new mem hers, was crowned "Queen of Hearts" Mrs. Bruce Friedman. of Shalom chapter, with 17 new members, and Mrs. Shayle Abrams. ol Shoshana. with 15 new members, wore designated "Princesses." Mrs. Alfred Reich. District 5 president, presented trophic•<> the winners. Mrs. David Sherper was chairman of the atfair. GEFILTE FISH HAS ITS TASTY PLACE ON YOUR "WANT-TO-PLEASE" MENUS It's Horowitz-Margarcten, cf course, who brine* von this aristocratic dclic.j. OwiulC fish made • '*'• .'•: PIKE and WHITE FISH exclusively from cooi Noiluern lakes...blende ••••'' : np ally with the other wholesome ingredients of home-made^ gefilte fish. So fluffy ... so luscious. ..with homey thick, shimmering jelled sauce. You'll also enjoy regular HorowitzMargareten Gefilte Fish... in jumbo or snack-size portions... with clear or jelled sauce... tops in taste! Made by the bakers of THE MATZOH WITH TRE TASTE" and other Kosher foods OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT BARNETT'S FOUNTAIN DESK PEN SET • For writing comfort and efficiency • Full choice of point ii'.ylefl • Perfect for home c' oftite ASK FOR No. 112 228 N.E. 59th STREET MIAMI Tel. PI 4-3457 134 N.E. 1st STREET MIAMI Tel. FR 3-5739 STEVENS OFFICE SUPPLY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel. JE 8-7205 MORE PEOPLE UN refreshing, calwie tr M swans IMAM SUCAI TIT MO FOOD VAIW Hfcommtndtd by doclefl M dubet-cv twi|M and He* •in dim. UM tot beuniea. •asserts, cookinl. fare Ce Temple Zamora Chanuka Party Sisterhood of Temple Zamora w il I present its anual Chanuka candlelight ing ceremony Sunday evening at 6:45 p.m. A Chanuka Pageant in story and SOUK, issued by the National Women's League of the United Synagogue ol America, will be the majoi presentation of the evening. Participants will include: Mesdames Rose Galton, Sam .Miller. Jerome Lieberman. Joseph Kwart, Louis Chartor, Oscar Smuckler. and Harry Greene. Featured also will be Cantor Seymour Hinkcs a n d the Temple's choir of children's voices. Choir members are Pearl Manholl, Linda Leavitt, Beth Cohen. Michael Sobel, Laurence Saffer. Brent Pliskin, Howard Manhoff, and Robert Leavitt. Chanuka toys and refreshments will be presented to guests at the function. Chairman of the evening is .Mrs. Max Greenberg. assisted by Mrs. Sam Alt man and Mrs. Sam Rozeen. Cassini, R. Mignon, Harvey Berin, Mogena Rivera and a score ol other top international coiitouricrs. Complementing the clothes will be furs by Mr. Bngel. Commentated by Mrs. Paul Bromberg, guest celebrity model will be Anne Jones, star of "Once Upon a Mattress." and of the forthcoming musi-comedy revue. "6 Overboard!"' Models include local residents. Mrs. Charles Rothman. Mrs. Dan II. EUciltd, Miss Susan Durst, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Mrs. Melvin .1. Cohen, (laughter. Flinda. Mrs. L. R. Kupper and Mrs. Vera R. Russ. Added highlight of Ihe afternoon is the entertainment headed by Jackie Heller, who will emcee the show featuring lyric soprano Carol I), mi. >nd comedienne, Nits Kay. Pledged to $io.(too to match the equal amount of a government grant, proceeds will be directed to maintain one of the therapy rooms I Of the new Out-Patient Clinic President of the Women's Division is Mrs. Norman Sterne. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Benjamin Bernard, with Mrs. Paul Pollak as I CO-chairman and coordinator of i he fashion show. In charge of prizes is Mrs. Stephen Hirschlag. Luncheon ticket chairman is Mrs. Stephen Broida. sunshine fashions trend setter in the south Shop Burdine's for the South's widest assortments best in values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop mondi-y nd friday nights, miami. miami beach 'lil 9 163rd street, ft. lauderdale, west palm beech 'til 9 30 GIHUUNU'D NON-fintNi *T rooo STMM •VMVWHUU Puzzle: properly put together, this label leads you to one of the best-tasting, most popular strictly vegetarian strictly kosher foods in the world. Hint:there's an seal of approvaljon the label. (Solving time: 5 seconds. Eating time: tonight.)\gjrj



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Fage 12-A Merkos to Hold Annual Dinner > ien/*/ FkrkHw Friday. Dece-i*.1, ig 1961 Rabbi Zalrr.ar. S Hecht -: r kader cf Corgrt =a::cr. Ar.?r.e Lubavitcfc, cf Chicago, win be prn I -poker at I %  :' the 5''.**:LI". I Bon6 f.m a", the L'.n-.oarC> n tJnatice-Of -de P*acJaBiaa was -.. eefc I i > ..• a The first inrui: dirner of the Merkos ill honor the Sylvia S'reicher fami'y, owne-s of the C-e sea hstel, c ; Miami Beech, for the r assistance hn the establishment of Fisr.da Merkos camo. The project, to perpetuate the memory of the family's late father, will be called Strr% cher Gan Israel. Tre Merkos L Ir.yonei Chtnuch : ; 'JH educational arm cf the Lubavitcber mc\e~t.. beaot-d ty T. ate I M "jf schneerschn. of cer.-.cr H the %  •• irt %  I Rabbi Abraham Korf heads the •< %  -• region : We Merkos a: ; her::ar. ave Miam: Beach Alexander C V. rbair:" the Sundaj event 8 UNITS GOOD INCOME Meor Cc*~er4 Shots WILL RENT OR SE.L SS.OOC to Buy --: S5&C a Month to lo. Owner. UN 6-3944. 1 5 Children Will Be Consecrated Y:."-c\. evening -ervice David \ this a special consecra*ion ceremonj ••:.: honor the 72 boys and cirls who have beg-r. their HeTHERMO AIR SERVICE AUTHOR ZED Carrier PLANF E: \l. FACTOR "'.EL MEN • COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL 24-HOUR SERVICE MU 5-1567 4555 E. 10th Court Hialeah The en. eight years .:%  If David relig • -chool. a el it a 1 Jurtb elas ranch at I 431 SW 77th ave. It the s -' .ce Rcbbi N and Xi The Sisterb present hi!d wi ih a r el • be congreMax Jac Sisterhood ... n Al the Oi -• • -ervice. the childa honey cookie. ;;. the form of a "bebt," the first in the form of a • beth,' the Qrsl -<.Bible The cookies w ill be baked by Mrs Z\i Ro-enkranz. from a mold made by her husband, who is a 'etcher at Beth David religious .-chool. THE MADISON -.'< ng Oeee* of Illinois Ave. ATLANTIC CITY PhoM :-81?l kff Pocioqe Phn Incl. Meels "" S5320 ;•;'— PRIVATE BATH All FREE • = -.* % %  ~i"/ PIUS %  %  E %  TV Write for SPECIAL HOLIDAY RATES &ARY 5A"i; SO Pei c--so 2 r -OOTt Including Meols and Private Bath C. STITZEB, Pres. Home Residents To Show Talent Lighting oi the first candle, with the liti Dal He ore* ble... • immen .-.= ••• Chanuka ei •-• %  • : •.he -' % %  r^m „• the Hon lay at 2 p.m 7 ...i mark 'he 13"h n 3J thi resi ige .B2-| : cted tht %  ; 1 % % %  : : Cl festival. Some 45 residents • mon• in -h'pro] that has been planne'l. Performanes ft'ill be given by the dancing %  '... special Chanuka selections bj the choral group, and dramatic readingby the festival group. Mu-:c and direction for the program are provided by volunteers of the National Council of J> Women, uho lead eight otbei tivity groups at the Home. ICU/S SNHMAN Snetman Heads Temple Drive Jame" rl | • r.t of Temp^Betb 5b I in has ar.iced the appo.ntmen: of Louis F. Snetman as ca Temple Beth Sholom develenl : ampaign. Si •-"man. a member of the board :' irect r: Temple Beth %  is president of Apex Loan Corp.. ar.d active!) interested in philanthropic causes. Beth Sholom's new Community Hou-e i 3 now m :he course of construction and will contain a religious Assembly Hall with seats for 350; a library' of 5.000 volumes ranging from historic Judaica to juvenile works for religious school students; an audio-visual material center complete with motion picture*. records, film-strip; ar.d advanced equipment for their use; a board ar.d auxiliary room for Broth'-Thool Sisterhood. PTA. Temple Youth and other auxiliaries; a gallery for art exhi %  he Rabbis Study, and offices 'he general n staff will be an Arts rafts Shop I 1 irage creative work in art forms %  ;• Ji % %  isfa theme-. Rabbi Ranson To be Honored Abe Mailman, honorary presiden". and Milton Forman. president, are heading a committee fo honor the 70th birthday of Dr. Manus Ranson at Temple Beth El of Hollywood on-Friday evening. Dec 8Ordamed 18 years ago. Dr Rancor, 'erved ten >ears in Albany. NY: three years as assistant rab bi at Temple Beth El. of New York; and 18 years in the Oranges and Maplewood. New Jersey. His last pulpit was 3spiritual leader for 13 years at Temple Emar.u-EI, Ft. Lauderdale. Serving with Mailman and Formal) ether members of the committee include Mr and Mrs. Robert Gordon. Mr ar.d Mrs Joseph Gabel. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Siegel. Mr and Mrs H G Schlafer. Dr and MrHerbert Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Hurra) Simcr.-. Mr. and Mrs Harr> Spero. Mr and Mrs Milton ar.: V-Walter West Mrs Gordon .s immediate past 1ert of the Si-terhood of Temple Beth E!. Mrs W( -n is incumpresident, and Schlafer .* past : Ti.rr.ple EmanuEl. i : Fi r Lauderdale. Dr. ar.-. Y.rRan son a>-e now idents of F._; r i-land-. Miami Beacr,. and Dr Ran-on :s prest • • rim rabbi for leah Reform Jewish O n rr'-sation Chanuka Party at Beth El Sisterhood • I I El will hold party Sunday evening in Dora August Memorial Hall. 5v<.' SW 17th ave. ft FOR mm,N V FLORIDA VOYAGER Congress Inn .and bc-ao'ifuJ m.otel d ng fine HOTEL services, 'e rooms and studio apar}.', free rec.n rid entertainment, close %  s '•' -• rest r ghtly. Restaurant on prer. ':it card; -d. 12350 BISCAYNE BLVD. (U.S. 1) MIAMI 3 SCARS' A-IS Mews Director to Spea'< Jack Gregsor. M WLBW-TV. ch -peaker at Terrp.e El weekly youth servict and I Kt aService will be held in F Chapel at 10 in., breakfast in S;rfc;r. Hal] Kneseth Israel Chanuka Affaii Mrs. I. B. E-of Kneseth I-r?.r I Cong Sisterhood, this Chanuka affair for ternoon. Dec 6 HigLisht will be a eanta: Door to Door."' 1 David Lehrfield. Pan • ;• -lames Edit-• Lillian Engel. Etta Ecker, Max Hecht Sarah Abram Lart Spiritual Uirr of Ki [j. rael. Rabbi Da\: L Chanuka 1 present gram. Mrs Mrs. Celia %  of the affair Mr Mrs Hairj '•'• %  men. 1 '. .-, %  From 17. "K 1 YAHRTZEIT TWO DAYSIN TAYViSS RABE; COLMAN A. Z Blessed Are Those Who Knew Hirr. They Shall Always Be Inspired By The Memory or His Being. r.mlf CNUMMiK • -iwt $CJ COw"t mi 5 euieiMi TO -IMPT 9 %  m ~CSPAIN'S* B--5 enjoy every minute For the time of your life, coma fo Hot Springs or re!ax in luxur) ot TVe Arlington In this setting of scer.i; oec. %  one iceol temperature, enjoy all sporrs ond recreations. ToAe the Keolth-giving, rodiooctive tnermol bats c 1 Hot Springs right in the Arlington ond bathe a.vay oil yo-_r oche; and pains due to tension oro fatigue. .relic/e r' e.matism, artliritis ond high blood pressure. Golf ot its best with Club privileges on three l8-ho! cc. new brilPant Tifton greens. Fishing and all water snorts on t-^ee nearby Ickes. Swim in our beautiful fv. in-ccsva r, ?'at_re controlled pools. .dance .ond be enterto'ned. Plenty of • life in Hot Springs. .gaic-.y ** 1 ij, of name anieriainc J* ,'.' II. -.. t •.*! P a .• •• :c • %  a. 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Pcge 4-D +Je*isto fk>ridliain Friday. December 1, 1951 SINCERE GOOD WTSHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA FROM DIRECTOR^, OFFICERS AND STAFF 0= 4 ^rERCANTSLE W /I/a£*d BANK ^ x v OF MIAMI BEACH 420 Lincoln Road PHC'.E JEffersori B-7831 •_ CEP i-. '-::l : %  E :; MSURANCE :: ; : FREE PARKING IN OUR LOT GREETINGS For the Finest Apartment at Moderate Rates BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY, Inc. r.'a^ag ng and Maintaining More than 10.000 Housing Units In Dade and Broward Counties — 12 Convenient Locations MAIN OFFICE 1163 NW 3rd Ave., Miami FR 3-8416 4150 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-8733 TO ALL GREETINGS INTERNATIONAL TRADING & ENGINEERING CORPORATION "PURCHASING AGENTS" 404 LANGFORD BLDG. FR 3-5497 SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES, INC. 3475 N.W. 151st STREET Opa-locka Phone MU 1-8511 "WHOLESALE ONLY" HAPPY CHANUKA FROM "STEWARTS TOIL .4 NB" 1654 MERIDIAN AVENUE MIAMI BEACH JE 1-1201 Happy Chanuka Good Wishes to All PHIL SCHILLER, Realtor 2307 N.E. 163rd STREET Wl 5-5494 North Miami Beach, Florida TO ALL GREETINGS MILLER COIN LAUNDRY DISTRIBUTOR SERVICE 4755 NW 2nd AVE. PL 8-3639 Phon* HI 4-1539 AUTO PAINTING PROCTOR AND SON BODY WORKS SEAT COVERS TAILOR MADE 3388 DOUGLAS ROAD MIAMI, FLA, Al the annual conference of the American ESCO-Semel award in honor of his 4C Assn. ::: Jewish Education.-held in New York, of activity in behalf of Jewish educatioi veteran and youthful service in the fieid of Mandell L. Berrr.ar., Detroit Jewish e Jewish education receives special award, lecder, who was presented with the A Philic W. Lown cf Boston, Association pros:aticn s 1361 citation cs "outstanding • : der.: center is shown with Joseph A. SapoAmerican Jewish leader active in Jewish witch c: Eufialc (left!, who received the ISSi cation." 0RT School Prepares for Emergent Need By GEORGE SCHREIBER A new school, like a work of ** artistic creation, express* in tangible lorm a profound impulse or idea. In the case of the ORT school that is shortly due for completion in Marseilles, the impulse is a population explosion that has leap frogged the nr.mber of Jews from 4.000 to 40.000 in the la ; r decade and a half. This Mediterranean port city has probably had Jews since us beginnings as a Phoenician settlement in 600 BC E There was always an air of freedom about the City and Marseilles was a haven for Jews throughout :h^ blackest years of the Middle East. The modern Jewish settlement however, dates from the raisi >l discriminatory barriers at the time of the French Revolution of 1789 and the emancipation ha: followed. During the Second World War. A Happy Holiday to All Our Friends & Patrons TATE'S DRUG STORE 519 NW 42nd AVENUE MIAMI Phone HI 3-7366 L. C. TATE GREETINGS 6th ST., TIN SHOP SEE JUNIOR FOR Gas Tanks Water Tanks Boat Works 304 SW 6th STREET Phone FR 4-6737 Holiday Greetings Josefs Pastry Shop Winner of 1 st and two 2nd Silver Medais in the Culinary Art Show at MB. Auditorium 1960 1098 Normandy Dr., MB. A HAPPY CHANUKA Basil Diaz HAIR STYLIST Permanent Waving I Hair Tinting 5765 SW 8th STREET Phone M0 7-1077 TO ALL GREETINGS HOUSE OF ESTHER Decorative Gifts for the Home 'GIVE A GIFT ON THAT SPECIAL,OCCASION 7349 Collins Ave. Ph. 866-8445 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS NUTA'S YACHT BASIN BOAT STORAGE & REPAIRS MARINE EQUIPMENT SALES & TRADE-IN PROPELLERS RECONDITIONED 1884 N.W. So. River Drive Ph. 633-9037 TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS BEN'S ELECTRIC Construction & Repairs —Air Conditioning BNJAMIN NEWBOLD For Service JE 2-4627 704-5th Street Miami Beach CHANUKAH GREETINGS TO ALL SNIDER JONES, Inc. Manufacturers of TRAD'E WIND GIFT JELLIES Miami, Fla. Phone MO 1-2730 Look for our NEW xotic "Naranfa Jilla-Pineapple Drink"



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Face i:-3 fJenist FkrSdliain Friday, Decer.-.her 1, iggj The Courier Sen. Hubert Humphrey, he L imi here for JJCC. 5 I W'ih r.gii.n Federal Savings and Loai. Assn.. nas just returned from a visit !o the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which he praised for OQtstaadiag r(t-areh project* Bill Stern, of Dade Gas Co.. elect) 1 r art of M.anu chapter of Fionda Kc>tanrar.! Assn. Lone-time friend Herb Knus informs US Crucaeo Hous.ng Comnvssiomr Charles R. Wibel will receive American Sucte-Story Award in New York Cits i • I rr.u-.:h as -\umpie of success p:sible under free enterpn-e Dr. Kurt Peiser Mii be toa-tmaster for Dec. 13 Cedars banquet honori-. Mayer Robert King High, which so pay tribute to former M*yor Abe Aronovitz Dr. Charles Silverblart, ;{ Ccral Gables Vet•era-.?' Hopitai. invited to Medical SciencePay at Ir.duH ,i-< on D'..c-k Key on Sunday, sponsored b> Heart Assn. of Greater Miami Steve Waters, % %  : Chase Federal, new vice president of Southeastern chapter :29 c; tni American Savings and Loan Institute Looks as though Faccy Chayefsky, of -The Tenth Man" fame, has another Broadway n Gideon. starring Frednc March and Douglas Campbell. Worth a visit on Stun i -inHendriic j. Bems' weekly symposium at the Carillon hotel. The Miami News editorial executive i> < • %  : the best-inf' ed men on current events in these part.. Mike Easkin, chairman cf the Miami chapter of the American Technion So< • ;• and a noted patent attorney, is excited about the new discovery i'. steel-making of Prof. Ariel Taub, a metals expert It will be interesting to see if the 12th biennial convention of the Younu Demo [srael, Aliza Gor, during the MlSS Universe contest in Miami Beach, received Itation foi Aliza % %  < %  • dding Thursday night at the Dan hotel U A Sabby Sagall, of London, is the luckj fellow Sanford K. Bronstein, admin;stratoi of Cedars >i Lebanon, reports the hospital i launched a four-count}, survey of South Florida's hospital facilities Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe. a> we I ..Hade, will be covered i he report, which will analyze special requirement, because of our dominant tourist economy. another weekend of dinners, after which Metrecal .-ales tould sail. Saturday night at the Kings Baj Yacht and Country i watched the annual dinner' I the Aviva group of Haand chaired bj this correspondent's better half. The entire pi ram took less than 10 minutes; bar receipts were hefty: the reprod oi tbe Mare Chagall windows, which Mrs. Saul Genet executed. v.•• standouts againsl thi candlelight; and the all-important HadasL'niversitj Medical Center quota was achieved Sex\ evening. Temple Beth Am held its firsl annual congregational ( ier-dance, and the evening netted an amazing S163.0O0 for an expansi n pr gram featuring additional school facilities and a new sanctuary. Rabbis Leon Kronish and Herbert Baumgard were short and to the point, and Reo. Dante Fascell won whatever votes he didn't already have bj being even briefer. Dante -aid that the latest sub < • mittee ol his Washington colleagues investigating alien movements iBOW concentrating on the Twist .. Rabbi Baumgard provoked some thoughts with a statement that the only type of Judai-m now offered in Israel i> Orthodoxy, that twothirds of the Jew, in Israel don't practice it. and that therefore America will be the major spiritual center of Judaism in the years ahead. Although we are one of Beth An.'s, congregants, it seems to u that Judaism isn't so ardently practiced at the moment in Israel for two other and important reason.-: the socialistic tendency of the country's founders, which only now is yielding to increased private investment from abroad, and the lack of a need to identify as a Jew. since more than 88 percent of Israel's citizens are Jewish ... All of this was soon forgotten when David Light announced S50.000. and the first mortgage of Beth Am was burned. Judith Rood, Honor Student, Plans June Rites I I. and Ml N than B. B 845 Ca'alon.a five., Coral Gi announce the engagement oi their daughter. Judith Anne, to Sydney S Traum. -on of Mr and Mrs. Morris Traum. of Belle Harbor. N Y The bride-elect is a senior at Radcliffe College. Cambridge. Mas-., majoring in behavior psychology. She ian honorcandidate, a member of the Student Council, and tieasurer of the senior class committee She also served achairir.an of the trehman orientation committee. A graduate oi Coral Gables Senior High, -he is a National Merit Scholarship winner, a member ol* the National Honor Society. Science and Mathematics National honor Society, and Thespians She planto continue graduate study in New York City. Her father is president of Rood Construction Co., a director of the Bank of Dade County, and the executive head of several utilities companies. The future bridegroom is a graduate of City College of New York ai.d Harvard law school, and recently passed his N.Y bar examinations. At Harvard, he was secretary-treasurer of the Student Bar Assn., and business manager ol the Harvard Law Record. He is presently associated with Seidman and Seidman. certified public accountOFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT BARNETT'S THE PERFECT DESK PEN SET FOR HOME OR OFFICE I No. 112 FOUNTAIN DISK %  IN SIT EFFICIENT. ECONOMICAL WITH THE BIOHT POINT FOR THI WAY YOU WRITE AtSO AVAILABLE IN ATT* ACTIVE COIORS 228 N.E. 59th STREET MIAMI Tel. PL 4-3457 134 N.E. 1st STREET MIAMI Tel. FR 3-5739 STEVENS OFFICE SUPPLY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel. JE 8-7205 \ Hold Before you I take that trip-BUY U Thnt, acting UN chief, thanked Dr. Nahum Goldmanrt, World Jewish Congress president, for good wishes in a prompt and polite replj National Jewish Welfare Board has published a guide to Jewish sights and sites in Washington. D.C., which is a mu-t for those contemplating a trip to tbe nation's capital Dr. Maurice P*rlzweig, Cf W.K. praised Presidents Kennedy and Eisenhower for their leafier ship in reviving the people-to-people program Committee on Man power Opportunities in Israel has opened offices at 515 Park ave.. N.Y.. and now offers 600 higher level job opportunities for Americans interested in working in Israel Time Magazine devotes major share of its Press section in last week's issue to saluting the Jewish Chronicle of London on its historic 120th anniversary Dr. Samuel Belkin, of Veshiva University, will celebrate his 50th birthday coincidental^ wit), the university's 75th anniversary dinner Dec. 10 in New York. Mrs. Louie Bandel, safety chairman of the Dade county PTA. has Organized a series of educational tours with the theme. "Be a visitor instead of a violator.'' Harry Levy speak.Monday at the Greater Mi ami Group Insurance Assn. s monthly luncheon meeting at the Biscayne Terrace Walter Lebowitz, Joe Malek and Judge Jason Berkman's probable candidacies for Justice of the Peaci have veil Beach politicos thinking it's a council race. PENNSYLVANIA TIRES Thvy'rtp Saivr! % • Waldron Tire Co., Inc. \ W. Flagler St. at 27th Ave \ Miami 35, Florida Phone NE 4-1529 : 3 I R T K D A Z E : First chil Nov. 21 bort (cspUai "•.•• %  %  berg. New :. rftj i II i ice) of Mr an.i Pal!ant. first „ renlJ pare "' Jemfri Frombergs, oi hi. 0 tound i second reaso ..,,,„_ ^^cejebraticajiurirc; • ., :rns la-t week'. MISS JUOIIH HOOD Mr. and Un Kltoi w parents of a re l e ^ fourth. David \ ov 18 at Ml Sinai .^eti n aaim jj ;< r.cral man.:, t \ ricani 'Mitel. Fir-t sel ol • the new Cedars ; Hospital arrived in i m ior Thanksgiving. Identical v c>-. f. an( j, half lbs. each. ?or.: oi Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sydek 52 :',hst ants, :r. New York Ci'y. and plans Mark Richard born Xo* B.joiai to specialize in taxation law. His brother David. 6, at sis r Wenfather ialso an attorney and a J>*• £ *g Mrs. Gerald Friedman, 4391 NW 175th LFA st. Maternal grat •• -Mrs. The wedd Qfi planned for June Sylvia B?rk. 11 i MAGIC NUMBER FOR DECEMBER SAVERS There's a time-honored custom among savings institutions of allowing a full month's dividend earnings on savings received by the I Oth of the month. This grace period allows you to pay &f hose bills that come around the 1st of &f he month and still open or add to your account in time to earn a full month's dividend. This month, because the I Oth falls on a Sunday, you have until Menday, December llth, to open or add &f o your WASHINGTON FEDERAL account and earn a full month's dividend. Take advantage of this I I day courtesy period during December and open or add to your account at any convenient WASHINGTON FEDERAL office on or before Monday, December llth. Your Savings will earn dividends from December 1st. And, of course, WASHINGTON FEDERAL provides free transfer of funds. WASHINGTON „* &f *• FEDERAL SAVINGS Mi LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI IEACH 1701 Uerldsan Avtmia • 1244 Washington Avenue 1133 N0'mnJy D"v AII Oflicei: JCltarson a-B4S2 JACK O.eOROOM AITHUR H.COUtSHOM I % a,. personal! l e d service of the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service excepf rosh hashono and yem kippur BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict Sup-vision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakh,ruth of FlOf %  Aabbi Or. Isaac H. Ever, Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS mOOlBM tQUIHMNT A fUtWSHlMGS mmOO* BOIIM** __ 310 Collins Ave. Ph. it 2-3571 Miomi Beochj



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Friday, December 1. 1961 +Jcwisti ncrtctiar) Page 5-D Jews from many parts of Europe made their way to Marseilles to escape the Nazis. From there, ii was but a j-hort route to Free French soil in North Africa. The city became for a time a beehive ii Jewish organizational activity. Many welfare agencies made it their headquarters. When the Cerman occupation compelled ORT to abandon its offices m 7'aris. lor example, it reestablished itself in Marseilles. Just prior to the war, there ..ere some 2 to 3.000 Jews in the city. But wi:h the war's end, a new migration wave hit French res from Algeria. Tunisia and Morocco, including large numbers • Jews, since such movem I Irom North Africa was unrestricted There exist no positive recato how many survived, At '.hey came in such numbers could not be harbored in the Jewish quarter in the per; ,i. They occupied housing wherever it could be found. Tothere are at least 15 n< %  • %  of Jewish settlement. Small Shopkeepers • the great mercantile ..I the Mediterranean, illes always had a congloe population, which was rei •! in the Jewish community il e large number 11 LevanTurkish, Spanish and other ["he new wave is different, ver. here is dome small shopkeepft:il %  roans among these North African Jews, but in the Bin they are extremely poor, Ihe unskilled dwellers of the mellahs, often barely literate, among horn families of eight and ten children are not uncommon. Three and four generations may b< found living under one roof. j and large, they tend to cluster together, duplicating the mellah ;. ttern of life. V.t (his is France. The reason 1, r immigration is chiefly economic opportunity and sell-improvement. The first necessity common to all is to find work. To do so it is first important to acquire the skills, without which all but the lowest paid jobs are unattainable. Hence, the Jewish vocational training of ORT assumes top significance. Already, in 1945. on the heels of the Liberation, ORT had bpeTiTTftticationar frafnlng clas-' sea in Marseilles, chiefly for reiugees. For a time, a maritime school was operated. In raccnt years, the student body has been preponderantly North Airican. While girls are taught the new skills of France's recently mechanized clothing industry, boys are taught metal work, electrical installation and electronics. They build transistors, make and repair radios, TV sets and tape recorders. There 'ias been no problem of finding employment lor graduates. Quite t h e reverse; employers often make bids for students long before they complete their cours< The school has therefore served a vital community need — eco; i mic In'.e i alion into French life, which in turn is the key to "any other aspects of adjustment to a new environment. The ;chool ha.indeed been far more than a \ ati rial training center. With its inclusive curriculum ol academic as well as technical courses, with it* atmosphere of Jewiahness and welcome to North Africans, it has functioned as a bridge over the often frightening and painful vicissitudes of building a life in a new. strange world. And often, it assumes the functions which transplanted and confused parents are unable to perform in the new environment. It has eased the entire process of adaptation lor the youth who found a place within its walls. But the space between the walls has long been crowded beyond reason. The tide of school applicants has paralleled the waves Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday IN LOS ANGELES IT'S MIKE LYMAN'S IN CHICAGO IT S HENRICIS IN NEW YORK ITS L INDY 'S IN MIAMI BEACH IT'S WOLFIE'S RESTAURANTS 195 Lincoln Rocd 2038 Collins Avenue To All Season's Greetings LEE LILLEY'S Foreign & Sport Car Service "RACE PREPARATION" i 2835 NW 35th Street Ph. NE 3-3136 TO ALL GREETINGS HANS JACOB COMPANY WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF WOODEN BOXES FOR YOUR SPECIAL NEEDS 4305 E. 10th LANE Ph. 681-5962 To All Greetings SIGNMASTER SIGNS OF ALL KINDS NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 13985 Biscayne Blvd. Wl 5-7781 of immigrants. "Once again, the Marseilles center was obliged to turn down hundreds of applicants, there just not being enough" room lor them." the French ORT director reports. A school originally designed for 60 pupils has an enrollment of 150. with hundreds of others rejected for lack of space. The Numbers Impulse Now, all this is to change. Thanks to the generosity of the Martha S. Stern Trust of Cincinnati, the Norwegian Refugee Committee. Baroness Pierre de Gunzburg and local support, ground was broken last April on a spacious acre and a half plot on the Rue des Forges, for construction of a new school with double the present capacity. It is interesting to observe that the design is an expandable one so that floors and sections can be added without difficulty. The reason is the expectation that the next several years will >ee a new movement of Jews from Algeria, If numbers have provided the impulse for the new; structure, the stimulating idea has been to broaden the scope of trades and to ennth the educational content. The new buildings will permit introduction of sections in sheet metal, brasswork, a whole new pre-voeational department, a secretarial school lor girls and evening sessions for adults. The architect's plan provides for such features as a gym. lunchroom, kitchen, first aid room. Spacious courtyards are being laid out as outdoor sports fields. The still expanding, polyglot Jewish community of Marseilles will thus have a new educational institution that is uniquely attuned to its requirements. But integration is a complex and elongated process. It will take time before this latest addition to French Jewry is culturally and communally absorbed. Season's Greetings to Our Many Friends and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency, Inc. PHONE FR 4-8181 '140 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami CAPITOL HOTEL MRS. C. A. TIPPIE Manager A Centrally Located Hotel 328 N. Miami Ave, Phone FR 1-9389 MIAMI GREETINGS ACE TILE & TERRAZZO CLEANERS CONSULTANTS CHEMICALS FOR ALL FLOORS Tile & Terrazzo Cleaning Rentals on Concrete Grinders Rentals on All Floor Machinery 2131 NW. 51s* STREET NE 4-1293 "Whore the Customer Is Always Right" Eden Roc Hotel BARBER SHOP Air-Conditioned No Waiting Manicuring 4525 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach JOSEPH GUIDA, Manager BEST WISHES FOR THE CHANUKA HOLIDAYS GOODY SHOES THE LARGEST FAMILY SELF-SERVICE SHOE STORES IN THE SOUTH SHOP THE STORE NEAREST YOU GREETINGS HAPPY CHANUKA NICK & ARTHURS RESTAURANT and LOUNGE Over 27 Years of Gourmet Dining in Greater Miami 1601 79th STREET CAUSEWAY To Our Many Friends, Patrons and Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA LOUIS BA2DA SPECMALTiES INC. "Goodwill and Promotional Advertising Distributors" 4590 NE 2nd AVE. PL 4-5536 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS A HAPPY HOLIDAY PETER F. HELLER & ASSOCIATES 1101 LINCOLN ROAD Ph. JE 8-6778 HOLIDAY GREETINGS CORAL GABLES GARAGE SPECIALIZING IN CADILLAC SERVICE FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY (AAA) Expert Motor Tune-Up and Automatic Transmission Work PAINT & BODY WORK 4200 LAGUNA Ph. HI 8-2691 (East of Coral Gables High) NIGHTS and HOLIDAYS CA 1-4422 To All Greetings J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE North Miami Tax Assessor V^£L *•** jtfouse tffrsAiOA HAPPY CHANUKA Huntington Bldg., Miami S.E. 1st ST. at 2nd AVE. 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Friday, December 1, 1961 fJen # $#> fhrMUfrn Page 7-B Mrs. Howard Ullman seen in the Judaica Shop oi Temple Israel. BOX OFFICE OPENS TOMORROW %  : % % %  : % %  Once in a generation... a motion picture explodes into greatness! / Spencer iracv. Burt Lancaster Richard Widiiiark, Mar tK Dietrich jogy Garland Mi Judyment at Nuremberq LINCOLN iomi —ID~~A AH Seats Reserved 2 Performances Daily .inCOIn KOOO 1BC | ualn Sunday, ruily Valmifes It Beach ^ M PM t" n n t* >x 8:3 KM I.M. Urn. Itwt TtMW.. l3 Sl-tO CVth. SMS EXCLUSIVE ENCASEMENT BEGINS DEC. ?• IW M, %* %  M* Loo. MJO Or*. $1 00 Mm. MOT. IW. fri. loge SMS 0.ch tl-SO JE 4-4*21 — JE 4-2700 M... IM, SOT.. Mrf. Loo. 11.50 Qreh. HM Holiday price, will prevail Dec. 25tli lhrouh Jan.1.1 wil W" '^U^S rnce. Inx Int-lutled. Mall self a week. [n charge ol Ihe operation is a committee composed of Mrs. Joseph Bulbin. Mrs. Rhea Cashman (l.i win. Mrs. Jose Winsen and Mrs. Howard L'llman. The Guild ol Israel Craftsmen includes artists who mold metals, wood, and ceramics into the lovely articles sold around the world— articles that are uniquely and immediately recognized as Israeli. Temple Israel's Judaica Shop is currently featuring the Keramos, Collection. including plaques, bowls, and decanters, among other i i i in-, fashioned from traditionfilled ceramic materials. But the i >hop also offers equally • famous won.I mosaic items, as well as the renowned Israeli line of patina on j '. bra.-s The shop, under the supervision of the Sisterhood, is open Friday i evening, and Saturday and Sunday mornings. "Eternal LightLuncheon Set Mrs. Murray Shaw, president. Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamitl, announces the fifth annual "Fashions in Eternal Light" luncheon will be held in Sklar Auditorium on Wednesday noon. Program will feature a fashion show presented by Velma's Ltd., With furs by Mr. Herman, and entertainment by Robert O. Collins, comedian and singer. Funds raised will go toward airconditioning of the Temple, in ad-! 1 dition to supporting the religious school. Luncheon will be catered by Mrs. 1 Jean Raab. Sisterhood member. Minyonaires Plan Chanuka Party Newly-formed Sisterhood of Mm yonaires is sponsoring a card and iatke party in the synagogue bldg., 3737 Bird rd.. Coral Gables, on Wednesday night. Newly-elected officers are: Mrs. Leo Ciment, president: Mrs. Rose Schlachter and Mrs Davis Fischer, vice presidents; Mrs Frank Czernotzky, recording secretary; Mrs. Al Saroka. corresponding secretary; and Mrs. 1 Ke-.-i< i. treasurer. Israelite Center Chanuka Program Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center. 3198 SW 24th ter., \ held a Chanuka program last week. Mrs. Morton Malavsky is cliairman for Judaism in the Home, and was co-chairman for the evening, with Mrs. Sol Koenigsberg. Sisterhood program chairman is Mrs. Ilyman Gorsetman. A program. "Let l's Hear." an original script written by Center spiritual leader Rabbi Morton Malavsky, was presented. HANSEL & GRETEL (by lumperdink) presented by Dark Youth & Adult Opera Project with Imported anil local Cast SUNDAY AFTERNOON DEC. 3, 1961 3:00 P.M. DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM also "LA TRAVIATA" (by Verdi) SUNDAY AFTERNOON MAY 6, 1962-3:00 P.M. j DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM TICKETS ON SALE AT: Dade County Auditorium HI 6-9230 Cordelia's Card Shop FR 3-5123 Record Marts HI 6-1991, FR 4-2449 | Opera Guild Office FR 1-5153 Prices: $2 to $5 for both Operas CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE ESSEX D04MTOWM Open 1043 LUIAl UrVILU | Opart 11:43 n. ) m4 | •. AVf Open 1:45 EXOTIC DANCES...EXCITING MUSIC ECSTATIC ROMANCE.) gP*nia,4a Breathtaking Hawaii in eye-filling tattasaaOTMtt victims are all gratahiTf •Virtually bums with the noonday heat of TODAY fi/V HDUlT fll ftbn ftilmr iWf HHH0N9 LOTS AT LAST! It's coming to MIAMI for a LIMITED ENGAGEMENT! Starts WED. EVE. 8:30 p.m. — DEC. 13th v C|NERr\Mr\ ^m, ClNEMMfv YOU nde m Ihe front Sell of the World's Highest Roller Coaster! YOU attend a Bull right in Madrid YOU heir and see the Vienna Boy's Choir (in Vienna). 1 / PUTS YOU IN THE PICTURE AM Seats Reserved Mail Orders promptly filled ^ %  OX OfflCf OPEN 10 .m.- p.m. Dally 12 9 m.m. Swaetay Mat.neas ot 2 p.m. £"""2* T k 8 < P on *. Mon. thru Thurv S1.90 Wed. ond Sot. J1.50 f„. Sot. Sun. Sun. ond Holidoyi 1.75 ond Molidoys $2 25 EXCLUSIVE SOUTH FLORIDA HOME OF CINERAMA PRODUCTIONS nw\M Downtown Miami E. Flagler Street phone FR 3-0668 Cannot and will not be shown in any local or neighborhood theatre within 200 miles.



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%  %  Friday. December 1. 1961 • Jewish norkli&in Page 5-C man history. Each upheaval has had its positive elements; has made its contribution to the march of history; has helped to abolish old molds and shape new ones; has urged man on toward his destiny. The revolution which took place in Jewish life with the advent of the state is different from all previous revolutions; in a sense it epitomizes all other revolutions; it is a revolution not in a land, hut in history; it is not a revolution of class, but that of man, 1'iitailing his redemption. • *World of Past How else does one explain the birth of the State of Israel in a time and in a world imntersed in iniquity and blood, and despite its opposition? The force which eliminated all obstacles was the force of an idea aiming to become fact; a dream, aiming to become reality, if the world is to survive. Let us apprehend the world of I he recent past: An ancient people, a people that has introduced Qod in the world, implanted conscience in it, gave it vision, taught it sanctity of life is being exterminated, and it. the world, does not lift a finger to halt the murder. .lews everywhere view the murder with utter helplessness; a third of the people gone, and the shadow of death threatens the remaining: despair flows into Jewish hearts. But something happened. The rule of evil is beginning to lose Its force; it is beginning to retreat: after five bloody years it fills prostrate. Jews mourn the greatest devastation of all time. What next? And from the valley of death nses song — the greatest in all of Jewish history. Before the eyes of a world in amazement. which has viewed the destruction of a people with indifference, the Israel's textile exports, which were less than S6 million annually five years ago, are expected to reach the S27 million level this year with the aid of Israel Bonds. "The force which eliminated all obstacles was the force of an idea aiming to become fact. ." people rises again in the form of a state and — wonder of wonders — the shadows of despair vanish from the Jewish sk>. Not only has the state rekindled hope in Jewish hearts, but has managed to unite Jews of all shades, in all corners of the world, and give renewed purpose and direction in the march toward destiny. Spiritual leathering With the advent of the state a revolution occurred on the whole front of Jewish life. The historic Jewish idea has proved vital. Millennial suffering has been rewarded. The constant rise of the Jewish people, at various periods "WHERE TO GET THEM" Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. • MARINE SUPPLIES • PAINTS and VARNISHES • FISHING TACKLE • NAUTICAL CHARTS • SHIPMATE WILLIS BOTTLED CAS mi PARKING and DfUVttY 139 S. 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Friday, December 1, 1961 knist Ikridiiri Pcqe 5-A 'Discipline' Lifted on Arms Sale to W. Germany JERUSALEM — (JTA) — The Cabinet decided at its weekly session Sunday that the principle of coalition discipline would not apply to the issues involving the sale ol mn^la Wrftft.GcrflHtfiy or to the question of maintenance of military governments in Arab areas of Israel. The principle of coalition discipline, formulated by the Cabinet two weeks ago. provides for the automatic resignation of any Cabinet member who votes in the Knesset against any Government decision or who abstains from supporting a Government measure Other issues on which Cabinet members will be allowed freedom to vote, provided the questions do not involve a vote of contidence in the Government, are: religious matters of conscience, a general election law or proposals for reform of the election system, elections by the Knesset for President j of the State, State Controller or nominations committees for judges of civil or religious courts. Cabinet members also expressed general approval of a four-year plan for the development of Arab villages. The plan, which was presented by Agriculture Minister i Moshe Dayan, would cost I £30,000.000 (816.800,600) and is intended I to raise t h e income of Israel's; Arab farmers. The project v which would be administered by the Ministry of Agriculture with other ministries cooperating, provides lor t!ie construction of roads, electric I water instaiianons and school blU Iings. The Cabinet at its next s •-sion is expected to, .appoint an Intcrministerial committee to ex. (iite the project. Celebrity Series Resumes Sunday Gov. Leader Due At JNF Banquet eon J. EH, president of the JewNational Fund Council cf Greati Miami, announces that arrangei .in.have been completed for the nance of Gov. George M. ader at the 13th Jubilee Bani i t of the Jewith National Fund Dec, 10 at the Fontainebbau I tel Leader is now serving as ((•-chairman, with Gov. Theodore Keldin, of Maryland, for the nerican Freedom Forest project r [srtel. Numbering two million i ees, the Freedom Forest will land as a living, growing tribute (i the friendship and cooperation i.l the two freedom-loving nations, II i United States of America and State of Israel. Gov. Leader, who has just returned from Israel, met with Prime Minister David BenGurion and other government and military officials, with whom l-e discussed future land reelar-ation and security matters. %  Leader Is known for his conons to the improvement ol health, education and welfare 1 ms m Pennsylvania. %  Mayer Abramowitz. chairDl the executive board of the I ancil Of Creator Miami, rethat the 15th Jubilee Bani • will be one of the outstandevents in Greater Miami this on." rangements are being comI for the appearance at the %  IIof a nationally-famous guest list. Excerpts from "Swan Lake" and "Prince Igor" will be featured presentations by the Miami Ballet Company at the Miami YMHA's Sunday celebrity series second olfiring on Sunday. 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., in the "Y" auditorium. 450 S\V 16th ave. Two dozen dancers will perform under the direction.of Tommy Aimour, the company's director Other scheduled Sunday performances include Jan. 14. Penguin Players in the "Golden Goose," a play in three acts; Feb. 11, "Secrets of the Woodwinds," by the University o'! Miami Quintet, Julicn Balogh, director; and Mar. 11, University of Miami Musical Comedy Singers, Ladislao Viada, director, who will present a condensed version of a Broadway musical. David Eskenazi. branch director, is in charge of reservations. Extremist Threat To be Considered Techniques for dealing with ex 1 • mist threats to America's demo1 tic institutions will be considered Friday at a special meeting o! the advisory board of the Great ir Miami chapter, American Jew u>h Committee. David Danzig. A.IC's national program director, has been invited lo lead tbe*e deliberations by Hardld B. Spaet, advisory board chairman. Danzig is responsible for the coordination of the Committee's human relations programs. A prominent contributor to lay and professional periodicals, he has lectured extensively in the U.S. and abroad. The advisory board of the local 1 atyer will meet in order to recomei 'I AJC policy growing out ol lie formation Of new organizations edicated to conformity and the oppression of civil liberties. The chapter executive commit e will meet with the board whose liberations will term the basis r local and national consideration program on this matter. 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Pace 16-D %  >Jeni*t fkridi&n Friday, December 1. \%\ Germans Exhibit Books on Persecution FRANKFURT — iJTA: — A vanational Bock Fjir fbettoei in eastern Europe. Herriety of new pubticatMKU en HHter'a jh e booka include Robert Neomanr. Gla-r^ National Sociah-m Third Reich and the Nan penecum ar.n'> "Rise and Fail of the Third and Democracy.and Hans Joa tioa of Jew D • -xhibit here Reich.' which contains hnherto rhta Wir.kierS Legends About • Frankfurt Interunpublished uhotoeraph? of Naa 'filler The Glaser and Winkler books are both intended for the political education program in We-t Germany. The books include a new and revised edition oi H. G Adler'.-0 ciological study. ••Theresienstadt." -The Third Reich and its Functionaries."' by Josef Wu!f. Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent in Berlin, and a German edition of William L. Shirer's American bestseller, The Rise and Fall ol the Third Reich." Wulfs book tains a collection of documer.-the destruction of 50.00-) Jews iq the Warsaw Ghetto. Israeli publishers are represent! ed at the Book Fi-ir. ani the 1*. raeii exhibit is attract in:: a 1 deal of attention here The Miracle of Hanukkah the oil for one day that lasted for eight! FOR HOLIDAY AND EVERYDAY CHEER The superior coffees of Maxwell House—both instant and ground—have brought joy and refreshment into far more Jewish homes than any other brand for many years. Because no other coffee pleases the Yiddishen ta'am like the rich taste and aroma of Maxwell House. That "good-tothe-last-drop" flavor means... irSAMECHAYEHALL THE WAY DOWN! The "Sabbath Coffee" for instant enjoyment evK/ day. In 2.6 and 10 oz. jo s. The greatest Jewish favorite for brewed coffee enjoyment-in 1 lb. and 2 lb. size cans. HOUSE COFFEE Get today's Instant Maxwell House-flavor sealed in this distinctive new jar! FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS



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iay, December 1, 1961 +Jewish fkridHictn Page 7-C ctional and local organizations pncorned with human relations o b 1 c m s and civic aifairs. Imonfi them are the Anti-Defajiation League of B'nai B'rith, [i ( National Assn. for the Adincement of Colored People, the |rban League, the National CathLr Weltare Assembly, the Amer[an Civil Liberties Union, the eaguc of Women Voters, the ig Women's Christian Assn., r.d others. In the course of three ;;\> in Washington, they met ilh several American congressmen. The ten members of the Gcrlan exchange delegation were |r. Albrecht Beekel, director of he Catholic Social Academy of e Diocese of Muenster; Clemis Christians, a high school bather: Joachim Denso. political dence student and editor at the pee University of Berlin: M^xililian von Gallwitz, CalhoHc haplain and youth leader; HarIk; Kirchner, teacher at the Unifersity of Bonn and lecturer on ti-Semitism; Manfred Klein, ifficial of the Bundeszentrale fur JoimaUdienst, federal agency Joncerned with civic education; Verner Krause, an Evangelical unister; Karl-Hcinz Mayer, so:ial and youth worker; Hans Gcrkarri Schmidt, now a first licurnant in the Bundcswchr; and )r Hans Bernhard Graf von Schmnilz, press officer in the German press and information oflet. + Biographical Data The full German delegation Ira* in New York City from Oct. through Oct. 6; in Washington. ( trom Oct. 7 through 11. 11 m two-man teams, memITS visited Philadelphia, Boston. tiicago, St. Louis and Atlanta hjm Oct. 12 through 22. They ((assembled in New York on Oct. prior lo their return to Ger| %  ;:• \ on Oct. 26. T>r Beekel. director of Ihe Catholic Social Academy of the diocese of Muenster, is an expert in youth education and co-editor of the periodical "Adult Education." He is a graduate of the Universities of Muenster and Fribourg (Switzerland) and a doctor of law. Clemens Christians, an instructor in history in a high school in Paderborn, is Catholic and comes from a family that was opposed to Hitler. In lU4*t. his fatbea~was arrested by the Gestapo for "utterances hostile to the state"' and sent to jail for six months. He is interested in the promotion of civic education. He is married and the father of two children. His wife is also a history instructor. Joachim Denso. a twenty-seven year old student leader lrom Berlin, at present is completing his Master's degree in political science at the Free University of Berlin. He is past chairman of the German Student Editors Assn. He is very interested in the State of Israel, and was a reporter at the Eichmann trial lor the German Student Press. Maximilian von Gallwitz, a Catholic chaplain and teacher from Bonn, during the war was group leader of an illegal Boy Scout organization in opposition to the regime. He is spiritual adviser for the "Deutsche Jugendkraft," the sports organization of Catholic youth. He is a lecturer in politics and civic affairs before youth audiences. Harold Kirchner, instructor at the Institute for Tax Law of the University of Bonn, comes from a family that rejected Hitlerism for its racism. Manfred Klein, deputy in the Berlin City Parliament and secretary of the (CDU) Christian Democratic Union Party of that city, was opposed to Hitler, and in 1942 was arrested by the Gestapo for his views. Married and the father of three children, he is an official in the Bundeszentrale fur Heimatsdicnst, a parliamentary organization that promotes civic consciousness through private initiative. Werner Krause. a thirty-oneyear-old Evangelical minister from Hamburg, is married and the father of two children. He is a specialist in youth work. He comes from an anti-Nazi family that was involved in the Twentieth of July plot against Hitler. Krause himself was tried by a Hitler youth court for opposition to the regime. His major intellectual interest, apart from his work, is the history and development of the Jewish people and the Jewish religion. Karl-Hcinz Mayer, social worker engaged in youth work for the rural county of Erbach, because of the Social Democratic views of his family, was politically suspect by the Nazis. He is thirtyfour, married and the father of three children. He belongs to the Evangelical church and is keenly interested in politics. Hans Gerhard Schmidt is a first lieutenant in the German army. At twenty-seven, he is the youngest member of the delegation. 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ERVIN HEATING & VENTILATING 5301 N.W. 35th COURT NE 3-2964 NE 4-6216 MEMBER OF FLORIDA HOME HEATING INSTITUTE, INC. ABBOTT ELECTRIC, Inc. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL Wiring — Repair* Alterations of All Kind* 3400 North Miami Avenue PHONE FR 3 6294 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS PARK'S MEN'S SHOP 221 E. Flagler Street PhoM FR 9-2291 Chanuka Greetings to All Lang's Service COMPUTE AUTO REPAIR SERVICE "Hydro-matic" Transmission! Repaired 427 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 4-3960 A Quarter of a Century Same Location GREETINGS PETE'S LAWN MOWER SERVICE Sharpening — Factory Method Small Engine Repairs Rentals 2391 N.W. 79th STREET Phone OX 1 3862 Pete Testa, Owner Holiday Greetings to All STANDARD WELDING SUPPLY CO. NCG Authorized Dealer WALTER MAHANY, Prop. 4382 N.W. 32nd Avenue Phone NE 5-0803 Best Wishes for a Happy Chanuka MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL CLEANERS & LAUNDRY DRAPES-SPREADS--RUGS PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE Phone MO 1-5831 5850 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI Holiday Greetings HARVEST HOUSE CAFETERIA N.W. 79th ST. & 27th AVE. Miami OX 1-7631 SEASON'S GREETINGS TO All OUR FRIENDS ERIC ... DIETSCH PAINTING AND DECORATING 1658 N.W. 19th Street Phone NE 5-8912 SEASON'S GREETINGS .. ABBOTT & BON OTT FURNITURE "CUSTOM REFINISHERS" AL FRANCIS, Prop. 2728 SW 28th Lane (S. Dixie Hwy. & 27th Ave.) HI 5-2633 HOLIDAY GREETINGS >ll I WEMHC MHSIKl We Grow Our Own PLANTS—TREES—SHRUBS 15721 NW 7th AVE. Wl 7-6971 A Happy Chanuka to Our Customers and Friends PEGGY'S BEAUTY SAEOX, INC. 1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach JE 8-1665 BETTER TO SERVE YOU MIAMI JACK SERVICE Greenlee Equipment — Pelt Cable Cotter — Hydraulic Jacks, Steam Jennys — Pick Up and Delivery All Work Guaranteed — Factory Specifications 3072 N.W. 54th Street Phone NE 4-2226 JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE PIONEER MOVERS OF MIAMI BEACH ESTABUSHtD 1919 1826 West Ave. JE 2-3443 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL Uncle Eric's Happy Town The Store Where the Unusual is Usual Imported and Domestic Toys 2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone HI 4-0470



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Friday. December 1, 1961 >Jen ist fk irildfain Page 15-D LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS NAME LAW H • .. %  %  %  %  %  R %  % %  I < • is .' = OF APPL CATION r OR TAXDE-D FilC 522 • E ER :\ %  • l v. .... • %  i :-. nl Mia TH \ -. niTi > i cation tor tax • %  H S id Ci I fl" • t> i nbrnci i • %  1 .1 ; i ly, situate! Stati %  i F orlda Bli ck 36, Twelfth Sir. et Man• Plat Boi U 3 Pagi 59 In ih. r M lanil, c 'ount> of Dade, .,:. I>I Ilorida, ,.embraced in c, • tif eat. Ni 7u0. Th< a Si swell I • said proper!) under lh< ni ce tlficate Issued was hi th< me of I'nknow n. • in l.. ss S 5' Stri ;. Bli ck I .-' ibdivlslon., Plal Booh l ..L. 2S in the City "i Miami, Coun. | ; iad<. State of Floi Ida, as raci '. in Certlfl ate' No, i"7". a %  enl of -.mi propertj i thi -.i 'l certiflcati Ii in the name of I'nknown -. said % %  • %  • ii: li at< n shall be renit lo la w, • a\ ili. i! II on the -Ttli da \ I %  196] • this 21st day of Novembi VTHERMAN %  nty, 1 : "lerk r vmiw EY HENRY LEONARD 3^ 'SANTA CLAU5 LEGAL NOTICE "You soy you wont a Chanukoh present? A gesvmt ouf deine keppele!" Ccpr I960, Dcvtnu t redi,-c*>cnt LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE \ • -COURT Of THE E-E E NTH -DiCIAL C'RCs.' Or F„CRIDA, IN -\D FOR D~OE : ; L NTY. N CHANCER I No. c'C-fcSOO Dek XT, Col nttut %  ID AMOS p.' • : \OTICE OF SUIT w VR] vi :r.o MARY JANE VRRERo ii r: Mr. t %  n City, Callfon .;:.: HEREBY NOT1P %  e b< en bi i you IU W E ST Ml >RTG VOE COM • '• • above-< titli i h .-< .. morta %  -• em mbi i int iei ty, to* • 0, Block :. S1ERR \ MIRADA, ding lo i % % %  ; % %  I thi eof, re%  ed ii plal Book 17, ai pace 27, %  %  records of i ,,,., Ci with: linator Refrigerator, Model '11R, Serial No. 3A26056 %  %  etlan BI rids. are required to filyour anwith the Clerk of the Circuit I ri of I lade County, Florida, at CoUIfhOUS) in Miami. Florida, on I i on Dec< mbcr 12, 1961, and to | -• Ve a COP} Of -Hill answer upon DAVID P. CAT8MAN, Plaintiff! at%  whose address i s 14th Floor Ea.-t Piaster Street, -Miami 3:'. rida [f you fail to do so, the i xmplaint will be taken as confessed u and a Decree Pro Confesso be entered against you for the ; %  • demanded in thi complaint. DATED it.is 7th iia> of Novembei B, LEATHERMAN '"lerk of th. Circuit Court %  • mntj. Florida B) HELEN KESSLER, 1 % %  : utj i'lerk I'IDP CATSMAN F uor al 101 E. Flagler St, Fli rida :: 10-11 -i '_ N -HE C RCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. I\ A\D FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Nc 6-C 12C64 VINOS i: W^ '.NEW YORK .. New ^ ni :•. RIC1A A. I %  an, I • lejndanu NOTICE OF SUIT 1 • i-i l.i iRES H. AL.ESSIO PATRIi IA A CARTER Residence l'i known. ARE HEREBY Nl ITIPIEP thai -nit has been brought agalnsl you DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK OF HE CITY Of NEW YORK, In thi ove-entltled Court, to foreclon rtgagi eni imberlni the following ih..it pi,,),. riv. to-wll: Ul :!. Block kO. SECOND ADDITION TO CAROL CITY, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 6.*', page 78, sheet 1, of the public recorda of Dhde County, Florida: and you are required to file your ; iswer to Mid complaint with the ("lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at the Courl'.iouse in •Miami, Florida, on or before Decem>. r i %  thi Count: • of Dad< County, and fill thi same In th. •: in th) Co i 1} Com thouse In i iade County, c rida, ithln %  dai monthi-. thi dati of the flrai publication hereof, < %  > the earn) A i i barn d. %  LENA STANDER MYERS, HEIMAN A KA1 LAN Att< rn> s 1150 S W. 1st Str t Miami 36, Florida Jl/10-17-24, 12/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12778 JACi >H Ml 'RQENSTERN, : ; If, wi! LIE M \i: si ENCER, 1'. fendant NOTICE BY PUBL CATION T< i W II LIE MAI 5FENC1 R ... id) •'• lyard "A", 10th B. <1 d Bdgi %  i M 6 % %  : • :, • %  • %  — • i th) estate, tolo the Plal .... ....'. i 1 : • • I thi to fill I %  .: %  .... ... ; • herwif %  %  %  %  I will bi • %  ': %  %  •'• %  .'.'AN of t rl %  1.;. K • %  : LYM iN Deputy i i 7-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N' K HERKI'.l N .-•--•' • • .. _• %  • %  %  me ol %  ..... %  \<'. %  :.t %  %  %  N -ME C RCUIT COL R T OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE COuNTY IN CHANCERY. NO. 6-.c ires Ri Pi • %  • : PEARL TANZERand OERTRFDE IM \N ai'"Exi i itrlcet "f the Estai g, a k/a • Ka: i di 11 ased. NOT CE TO APPEAR IN PROCEEDING TO REESTABLISH LOST NOTE Mi • n vestment Foundation, Inc., i 'ha: b S Lang ami all other Inti n st. ii persons, Y ari hi 11 by notified to appi ar i fon the Honorable GEORGE i: SCHCLZ, one of the judgea of this Court, in the Courl House, at Miami, l lorida. at l :30 P M Wedm sday, :h. L'i'th day of December, 1961; and then and thi re show cause, if any can, by answer duly filed, as ri quired by law, why the promissory note, described in the petition nn file herein, made March 29, 1957, by Northrup Inveetmeni Foundation, Inc. to Charles Ijinp and Anna Lang, his wife, in the principal sum of $15,900.00 with Interest at the rate of six per cent, pa.'-able in five years at the rat) of 1200.00 per month, which note Is secured by %  purchasi monej mortrecorded in Official Records Book 168 at Pagi 471 of the Dade County Public Records, which promssci j ii" i is alleged In Bald petition %  vi been lost, mislaid or destroyshould nol be i • •• stabllshed, and which said promissory note the sa .1 petltli n prays thai a ti'.n and %  py thereof be i stabllshi d as i n lieu of thi or i Inal note, and n estal llshi d noti be deto be the KO'I and i Ightful pro| • : Vnna Lang • : nol I. • hai i nd si al of said • • it Miami. I) ih day of N ;: i. .EATHERMAN if t Ch ; idi K M iMAN • r-24 :• IN *HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA N PROBATE No. fr238 -B IN I.: late of | ;1N'.\ BREITBART liceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditor., and All Perspni I ing Claims or Demaidt Against Sal Estati : You are hereby notified and required to present an..claims and demands which yon may have against the estate of RETINA BREITBART. deceased late of Dade County, Florida to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in section 733.Id floiida BtAUrtes, In iheir offices n 'ounty Couftho am In Dade County, Florida, within six cah months from the time of the publication hereof, or the name will he baiT' d Dated at Mami, Florida, this 161 day of November, A D. 1961. P. ROBERT BREITBART WOKNARB Bi BREITBART As Co-Administrators EDGAR LEWIS \ttoin*.' for th. i"-'.'' c.f RROINA BREITBA1 1 ..Font Bid,.. • %  -"% %  1 !, 4 ; i: ] B ]5 'N T-E C RCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA. IN CHANCERY. No 6'C '2429 E GAIL MILLEN, %  • %  u:' ELL MILLEN Di fi -i % %  ?<' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y. 17, MARVIN AKi'Ki.I. MILLEN, Officer 2nd < BS, I'nlti d Stati Navy. Naval Mi i ilit>. Severn Annapolis, Maryland, annotified t.. siive a copy of yo.ir Answer i iivorce Compla t I i'. d agalnsi on Plaint if'.attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, '1218 M.W, 7 St.. Miami. Fla., and file original with Clerk of this Cl n't on or before i6 December. 1961, otherwise complaint will be Coned by } on. DATED. Nov. 17. lHbl. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of said Circuit Court (seal) B> : C. I-. ALEXANDER, 1 '• puty Clerk 11/24. 12/1-8-K. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undi-rsiKPed. desirinc to engage in bus ness under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN WATER CLINIC at 1047 W. Fiagler .^t.. Miami Intends to regstel -ai.l name with th) Clerk of the Circuit Court, of Dadi County, FlorPURE WATER PRODUCTS, INC. I -. i lavld Bi ri>.an. Presld) nt IEO H SALLEY & R PAUL A tt on v. :• %  Products, Inc. 11/17-24, 12 1-8 N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "HE EL' • -r j i p> i f i A I *~ip~i,.— Qp RIDA. ,N AND FOR DADE MCHANC tRY. No. 6'c 2::s • %  -%  SAVIN) !S HANK IN Y I' F N ... lied %  %  %  f I .-'' %  I'DD \ TO S1ERR thereof, n i ii ., Togi II %  i. K Rel ... itor CE I 361-L Elu-tri Ra • Vi %  -I..H i: Inds: and you are req swi : .c Ith [hi Clel k ..f thi Cln : %  %  i Hoi da, at th> %  housi .a ; Ida, i n or nd i • : %  • '. .il TI DAVID P. CATSMAN, I'll i '• • addn -er Street Vila Ida, on oi %  te. as re. • I ... : If you fi • • ou, and .. Pro Confesso will In enti %  :. il .-. ; : DATI :..-. of N • >'\N II' %  '. N -• ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ; h n;: §fl !f!': n i, ff//3ijn solicits your legal notices. Wo appreciate yomr onage and guarantee d< urcte service at legal ra:es Dial .vK 3-4665 fot messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F CT.TIOUS NAME LAW NoTK'E is liKRKBY GIVEN 'hat 'hi 'i --ni .!. desiring t. pngagi in under the fli llllous nan i ..f HER VLD HABRICK al 201 S. Miami 114 N. Miami Avi Ml ml, Intend I*. register said name hi i 'li rk of thi Cln ill Ci irl r -. %  i".. inty, Florida LAI'RKNCE ROTHMAN STEVE ROTHMAN Sole i iw in-i s LEVINE & CHRISTIE Mtoi n is lm Applicant -\ i \ Ave. ii 10-17-24 i NOT CE ,'.3:R OU S N A M E LA .V N 11 %  %  • of %  XTA -CAR SYS i N.\ %  Stieet. Ml the Clerk of thi Dl'NCAN ''. ... MARX M 1 A': : %  • .. \ I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ro.iRT IN AND FOR DADF. COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 54106 B IN RE: Estate of ROSE LICHTER I -. censi d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i "ri 'li:....mi All Pi rsons Ha> Ing Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You an hereby notified and required lo preseni any claims and demands which you may have agalnsi the estate of ROSE LICHTER ri. ceased late "f Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Daid) County, and file the samt in duplicate and as provided in Section 738.16. Florida Statutes, In th. r offlci a in the County Courthouse In Dadi County, Florida, within -i\ calendar months from the time of thi fiisi publication hereof, or tin same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th day of Novembei, A.D 1961 s DAVID SAIL LICHTER, by Herman T. It s, I It Attorney, As Bxei utor i"am. I--.-, i n bach APolan Herman T !> of Counsi I Attorn. ;. I I. Utor .'.v-.i' \s ringlet Si 11 17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni • E IS HEREBY GIVEN i'd, desiring to i ngap thi i '.' :..as II. ,in K \PAII I'MEN r> • • %  rson Wi nn.-. Miami Be l-glsti i -aid l. • %  ... • '-,. -, %  1 : .II \l RAHAM HAIDFCK ,INE HAIDl'CK V Wt'EL HIDI'CK RTil.4 HA IDI CK %  VNER : VNNHEIMER i 12,1that .a ..f %  .i ich, %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I I thi ndi rf ned. di '. %  • • • • : %  :-• ami • J. & S. ASS "ES ..I 77: Reach In11 • the Cli t of Dade County. Fli %  % %  ANNETTE STONE i : • %  .... KSJ IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN %  %  .:. • %  i r \ \> iENi' Y .,: I di i 'o • itei -id : %  with the Clerk of ihCircuit Court of Dane Ci ntj F HARl iLD PEARLMAN .-',,'( Own. r 11/17-24.12 1-9 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under th fictitious name of SUNNY PALM ACRES al 1686 N.E. 123rd Street. North Miami inter.ds to register said name with the 3erh of the Circuit Court of Dade Coanty, Florida. PENNY HOMES INC. By: Kurt Wallach. Pres. 11/10-17-24. 12 1 NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIV! N t -..the undersigned, deslrlns to engaun U" business under thi flctiUoui n: mi %  I INGELO'S BARBER SHOP. COLONIAL BARBER SHOP al ••" %  S.W 113th Place, Miami Florida intend register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi •' %  Plorli \N:K:.. %  V VLDIVA Soli I %  ner ARTHUR KARL] K M-, • n) s for AIM Icanl 3101 Bis .... ne Blvd. ii :i. 12 1-8: NOTICE UNDER "!TiOUS NAME LAW S HEREBY GIVEN n-iiiu to i ngage in • Itlous name ..f K '. CHENS il 1S711 N W Miami. I-in Ida Inti • si r said name th the Clerk • ..it i 'ourt of I 'ad.i 'ounlj .. PETER B PONZOL Sole 11 n. r STEEN ne) lor Applicant Wi I la bli s. r 11 rO-17-24, 1l IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12066 THE BRONX SAVINGS BANK, l'la miff, v s T1H IMAS A. WHITE and D) ID >RES WHITE, his wife. I 'if. ndants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: '" •• • \ WHITE and DOLORES WHITE, his uifi ..... -.s ttawthorne Avenue Yonkers ">, New York You are hereby notified that the gboVl captioned action has been instituted against you In the Circuit Court of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following descrlb• .1 real propert) : Lot %  Block 7. REALSITE ESTATES, SECTION TWO, according to the Plal thereof recorded In Plat Book 6.1 al Page i-':i of the Public Records of Dadi County, Ilorida together with the following items of ;-.;.. t> which ar.located In and permanent!) installed as a part of Improvement <.n said la nd ; u ngho ise Ri frlgi rator RLA 13, • Dryei \> 127, Westi .-)....:-• Wash, r I. 127.


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Iday. December 1. 1961 fJewisti florid faun Page 3-C aluable Souvenir from a Trip to Broadway By TRUDE DUB •OME call it the "Great White Way."' others a "vulgar lonky-tonk area." But to my 11liar-old daughter. Miriam, Times miare at night was a fairy land. eeohleH she stood at my side, ,r eyes dilated with wonder, as Jhe watched the gaudy, glittering Lhts cascading in a giant, everHianging kaleidoscope. What of it that each dazzling onstellatien spelled yet another ommercial product? Such dis•imination does not intrude upon child's enchantment. A stream of people, disgorged |fom I he many theatres in the vilinity, carried us down Broadway. last the many shops, open and HoiiiK lively business at this late Miriam can never resist buying louvenirs; in fact she would happily confine all her foreign travel the "ift-shops in each country. \n<\ what better hunting than Broadway and what an invitation the salesman when you have ['tourist" written all over you? My attention was arrested by 1h< display of some unspeakably Ihideons pottery, said to be Polish. You a collector, ma'am?" A Is: Iky voice broke upon my con(icmplation of so much wasted hu|man effort. •No.no!" 1 hastened to assure |the salesman. Gifts for Chanuka •Then it's high time you startled, ma'am, because there's only I.-, limited number of these pieces left and they increase in value leach year." What a wonderful opportunity for my heirs, I thought, while making a quick I get-away. No sooner did I escape this persistent gentleman when I found „ Mrs. Simcha Rabinowitz (left), of Toms Rivers, N.J., newlyappointed chairman of the Israel Executive of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, accepts a bon voyage gift — a check for $50,000 — which will help build the Beersheba Vocational High School for Girls, from Mrs. Moses Dyckman, of New York, national president. Mrs. Rabinowitz accepted the gift prior to her departure on an extended stay in Israel, where she will help guide operation of the network of Mizrachi child-care, social service, and educational projects there. two "Dresden" figurines thrust into my hands by another, equally efficient salesman. I nearly dropped them with fright when I realized that Miriam actually wanted to buy them for me. "For Chanuka." she wiilspered and suggested that if I advance the purchase price, she would pay me back weekly a part of her pocket money ... I do hope to live to a ripe old age but a business contract for 120 years seemed a little bit unrealistic. The figurines went quickly back onto the counter and Miriam forcibly out of the door. She was soon comforted when, a little later, 1 pointed out to her a shop much more in her line of business. "Necklaces at 25 cents." said Continued on Pago 15-C GREETINGS BILL AUSTIN FORD, Inc. HIGHEST TRADE-IN VAlUfS IATIST EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE "WE APPRECIATE DOING BUSIHESS WITH YOU" 3801 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone NE 5-0311 It's Clean — It Wears Longer ASPHALT MATERIAL CO. PAVING WITH PLANT MIXED ASPHALT 1000 NW 57th Avenue MO 7-2551 P.O. Box 44-008 Miami, Fla. A Happy Chanuka to All Our Friends and Patrons Mademoiselle Mteautu Salon 1518 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI Phone FR 9-1055 ANNA BLITCH TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS KING FINISH PLASTER CO. NORTHWEST AUTO SUPPLY 9932 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone PL 4-0603 We Deliver—Shurhit Ignition Delco Batteries-Ramco Rings Weatherhead Quality Brands 4 Northwest Auto Supply Give You Bolter Service LIME COLORED PLASTER Phone FR 3-2031 260 NW 27th Street Miami, Fla. Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons FOOD TOWN formerly DULANEYS rr 0 Fancy Fruits Vegetables Frozen Foods Prime Meats Fancy Groceries 411 W. 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-0551 Free Delivery A Happy Chanuka to All M. Glenn Tuttle • BUSINESS INSURANCE SPECIAUST 814 Ainsley Bldg. CHANUKA GREETINGS MELROSE GLASS COMPANY Saiety & Plain Auto Glass Mirrors. Table Tope and Resilvering Telephone NE 4-9031 3734 N.W. 36th Street Miami Florida Oar Pleasure Is Serving You with Quality Workmanship and Materials Greeting*,*. JAMES L. WALL WALL PLASTERING CO. PLASTERING CONTRACTORS PLAIN 6, ORNAMENTAL WORK LICENSED & INSURED PLASTERING — LATHING — STUCCO Office Hours — Mon.-Fri. 8 to 5 355 West 29th Street Phone MU 1-6171 Hialeah, Florida TO ALL GREETINGS QUALITY AND TASTE ARE ALWAYS REMEMBERED Our Only Location OPEN MININGS 3ean s CANDY SHOPPE Our 30th Year Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rivkin Fine Candies. Gilt Novelties SEE JEAN'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS JELLIES MADE FRESH IN OUR KITCHEN 212 COLLINS AVE. JE 8-.155I Member American Express-Cart* Blanche GREETINGS DEANE NURSERY ANNUAL BEDDING PLANTS FOR WINTER BLOOMS Petunias — Panseys — Phlox — Etc. — Reasonable Prices 120 SW 36th Ave. Phone HI 6-2479 TOM FLAHERTY HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL LEE'S LAWN MOWER CENTER Sales Rentals Repairs New


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Friday, December 1, 1961 vJcnisf TksrkfUfyn Page 9-B "^ W EST VIEW Country Club held its first formal dinner dance (! the season Saturday night. Kull-lenyth gowns were worn by fully half of the women at this Mellar social event. Mrs. Leonard Triester chose a shocking pink silk chiffon short jormal in a fitted sheath, flaring out into a wide flounce below the hips. Her matching coat was in silk alpaca. A fuli-length white peau de soie was the choice of Mrs. Sherman J. Tobin. Her bodice was banded across the top with crystals and pearls, and < nded with a fringe of silver-lined bugle beads. A white silk satin floor-length sheath with a yellow rose print A;,worn by Mrs. A. .1. Molasky. I. r gown featured a flat bow cannier from the bust line to halt way down the skirt, and was over to one side. At the same •able. Mrs. Jack L. Daner chose s black chantilly lace short forI with a bouffant skirt. The iullncss in the skirt was achieved r\ accordion pleats under the lace. Her bodice was reembroid'td with black iridescent e(,iuns. A lipstick red silk chiffon tormat was the choice of Mrs. Lawrence Singer. Her gown was ped into narrow horizontal lines that encircled her from the strapless bodice, continuing out to a widening circle that ended in a graceful floor-length line. She wore a matching chiffon stoic. Mrs. Marshall Harris wore a while chillon full-length gown v Itb the bodice completely ented in iridescent sequins. Her skirt was softly gathered, and her bodice fitted with a scooped u cjdjne, Mrs. Sidney Lcfcourt •i licted a short formal in satin •w!li a black print on white touched with a muted shade of nen foliage. The entire dress (~ reembroidered with gold lame thread. *" A gold peau de soie floor-length -iuath was the choice of Mrs. John Serbin. Her bodice was of antilly lace, and was hand rembroiderad in pearls and bugle ads. Mrs. Ferd Meyer wore a ack -ilk from Hong Kong that al! hand-beaded wilh black • beads Ombred shades of beige and -n were combined in Mrs. %  Mil P. Catsmans silk chiffon short formal. Her bodice was of a solid colored rich cocoa brown with a squared neckline. Ombre gold roses were at her waist. Mrs. Emil Isberg chose black silk chiffon with the dropped waistbne. Her skirt was of tiers of short chiffon ruflles. A minute eheck in black and white on silk had an almost silver gray color effect in the fullskirted princess line dress worn by Mrs. Harold Rand. Her low V decolletage was emphasized with a self-covered fabric ball iringe. Her conversation piece was the pin she wore which originally belonged to Eva Peron, featuring a gold leat set with rubies and diamonds. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers wore a champagne-colored silk satin short formal. A graceful swirled line began at the bodice and ended at the hem. Along this swirl was white chantilly lace reembroidered with gold thread. The lace had been in the family for years, and the dress was designed with the lace applique in mind. Mrs. Irving Greenfield chose a white silk satin short formal sheath with a tulip silhouette overskirt. Crystal beading defined the front of her gown. An all-over black sequined sheath with the classic V neckline was the choice of Mrs. Edward Galj ler. Black was the choice of Mrs. Lester Russin. Her silk crepe sheath featured a low-scooped neckline with a capelette effect in the back of the bodice. Black jet beads fringed the capelette. Mn. Clara Spitz wore a midnight blue silk crepe sheath with a draped bodice, adding matching shoes and theatre coat in a pais ley brocade'. Among the many elegant ball gowns was the one worn by Mrs. Alfred Daniels, featuring an ivory white satin with a strapless bodice. The skirt's fullness began very slightly over the hips and was draped over one hip in a modified asymetrical line, and caught with a large soft bow. The fullness continued, and was again caught with a bow. on the other side and down near the hemline, which ended just an inch or two from the floor. A Hong Kong blue satin dinner (ircs.> and matching Jacket were worn by Mrs. Stanley Weinkle. Her sheath dress was in the elassic shirtwaist styling, while her jacket was a hip-length box silhouette. An American Beauty silk brocade damask was the choice of Mrs. Da\nl Hochberg. Her short forma] had a fitted bodice and a bouffant skirl. # -r %  •< |u|RS. Seymour SorcuTstiin 's %  floor-length gold brocade gown featured the formal coulette. It was sleeveless with a high mandarin collar, and slashed open to -a low decolletage in the back. An Italian coutouricr original was worn by Mrs. James Cohen — a V neck sleeveless black sheer wool completely encrusted with iridescent black paillettes. Another Italian coutourier original was worn by Mrs. Samuel Halperin. Her strapless silk chiffon featured a natural-colored floral print on a light sea-foam green. The print on the bodice was heavily encrusted in matching colored sequins. The skirt's fullness was carefully controlled to its floor-length hemline. Mrs. Irving Miller also chose a fulllength ball-gown — a gold llame brocade on champagne with a silk chiffon panel down the front of the skirt in cafe au lait. The brocade was scalloped over the opening of the panel. A bright red floor-length chiffon was worn by Mrs. Bert Haft, swirled in horizontal tucks, with a wide silk satin pannier down the back. A black chantilly lace short formal was the choice of Mrs. Bernard Siderman. Mrs. Richard Stone was striking in her white silk satin floor -length sheath. Her loose-fitting overblouse was beaded with crystals, rhinestones and cavier beads. Her neckline was the popular bateau. Mrs. Robert Trope chose a black matlesse short sheath with a matching chanel style jacket. 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Page 8-A Jewish flbrtdBtBH? Friday, December 1, 1361 So. African Premier Clarifies Position on Jews AKIVA GOFFER Hebrew U. Cruise Attracts Top Miami Leaders Akiva Goffer. Southeastern regional director of the AmencanI~r;eli Shipping Co., and of Zim Lir.es, will join the special cruise to Nassau on Tuesday sponsored by -he South Florida Division ot the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Goffer, a native Israeli and graduate of Northwestern University in Illinois, will depart for the Bahamas at noon Tuesday aboard the SS Jerusalem, cruise ship of the 2irr. Lines, which is slated to retin 5 earlier on the same day from it! '.6-day. Pan-American Good-Will Tour Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, founders of the new campus of the Hebrew University; Mrs. Leuis Glasser, women's division chairman for Florida of the American Friends; Mrs. Oida Rubin, former president of the Greater Miami chapter; and Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Greenhouse, who just returned from a visit to the university, will be among the cruise participants. The group will stay for two days in the Bahamas, and return aboard a Cunard Eagle Airways plane late Thursday afternoon, according to Jack D. Gordon, president of the South Florida division. Reservations for the cruise still are available, Gordon said. Mrs. Bertha Solomon, South African leader of the fight for women's suffrage and founder of that nation's Friends of the Hebrew University, will be a special guest ot tht group. Continued from Page 1 A referred to a remark in his letter to A. S. East, a former Cape Town city councilor. The Premier was reported stating in that letter that, in the recent Parliamentary elections, many South African Jews had favored' the Progressive Party, while few Jews voted for his National Pa a fact which "did not go unnotice I Dr. Verwocrd insisted in his speech he would be the last person to deprive Jewish voters of that right. He said he strongly deplored the action of newspapers like the Daily Mail and the Cape Times which. he declared, sought to infer that he wanted to threaten that Jewish citizens did not have the right of political free choice. The Premier also told the con-; ference that there were times when: anti-Semitism could have been "talked about" but that, through-, out the 13 years of office of the Nationalist Governments, there had ; not been a single action against | South African Jews. He said he; regretted that Jewish journals had been "misled by the malicious propaganda of political opponents into a sharp comment on a private letter whose publica'nm was a breach of confidence." He urged that no one should be led by such reactions into stirring up "race hatred," and he warned people not to let attitudes of Israel or "actions of some people here" to "conduce" lo the emergence of anti-Semitisn. Discussing his criticism for its anti-South African s an I I the IX. the Premier insisted this had nothing to do with his I ttit toward the Jewish citizens of Africa. He explained that Mis po sition was that, if Israel thought "separate development" >;. wrong for South Africa, then Israel had no justification of exvstirp as a Jewish State because its existi was predicated on a sim:lar policj of the right of the Jewish people to a "separate developing:•' He said South Africa had supposed and helped Israel because II believe I :n Israel's right to existence and because it believed that the t rr.<.-.-.iePce of Israel was the fulfillment of a nationai ideal for the. .; wish people. Israel's UN votej nst South Africa, he declared! was contrary to that context. He said Israel should have sup1 South Africa, particularly on the General Assembly motion, on 4jund~ of the right of free speech, Israel's attitude at the UN has ncreased South Africa's dif• %  he s.'Ki. but South Africa inu >w its pnnci: %  : never heless. i in South Vfr i r (spon lir ;) -' %  (Closure of t the of the Preletter to Mr, East, had af; I South African Jewry's po-. as a community of citizens lid not be held responsible fo Israel's policies. The Zionist Record, organ of the South African Zionist Federation, h3d dsc'a-ed that the Jew in South Africa was a South African citizen with the full right to join any lawful p3rty Tl) Record sad that Jews had ioi ne all parties including th e Nafi I'st party. | ac ; oed ..„ Jews vcted for the Prc,r2 party neither known nor mi The Revisionist Jewish Henll declared that while it had crJ? cized Israels UN vote it wrong for the Premier to link South African Jews as a group with any Israel policy or to seek t 0 mate Jem responsible for that poi," The Herald also *aU it was W -JL for the Premier to criticize Jews who voted for the opposition. Thindependent South African Jew; h Times said tha Jews would not be intimidated and that they would stand on their rights as cit' zer.s of a democratic country J-.J also for their tics with Israel sad world Jewry. The paper -aid those ties had nothing to do with Israeli UN \ oting which it sai 1 was a mat ter to be discussed at government levels. 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Friday. December 1, 1961 fJewisti FhridHimn Page 13-C Chanuka Festival is a Time for Greatness Continued from Pjge 1-C itself to glorilica'.mon. But la not why Charauka is ted today by Jews with such y It is rather ittie battle inst hopeless odds for an ideal t :o the hearts o( men. '• may have been true that Hol-m was attractive. fc>ut it is re .mpurtant to yield t-0 no one n freedom of worship is eonned. We cannot allow our• to succumb to ^powerful that try to male a"eacl and tied thai the 1-iarcl-core Led by Judai Maccai '. who developed into a milii n.us, the Jews refined errilla warfare. They took adi nage ol their knowledge of the Js and wadis of Palestine They '. r uck at night. They w>ve their \>ay into and out of enem >• camps. Kiey outthought their comiplacent ues. They planned their forays tarefully. They fought so well ibat in later generations, military juademies placed theses battles ttlore their students. In our own time, the Jews of Israel struck against their Egyptian foes (in i!*56) and these battles, too, have tun studies at West Point and f'.her military schools. • t Victory in tt* Etv-d That the victory of the MaccaUts led to the establishment of t h e second Jewish Commonwealth, is. in a sense, incidental to this story. What remains is These youngsters at a Jewish Community Center join in the trar.Uicnal kindling of the Chanuka ca.nd.es. ". any I men decide to fight for their freedom is a time 101 greenness the excitement oi choice: slavery or freedom N< ver mind that the Ma\cry was not actual slavery, but only ideological. The "only" is, in this case, a vital word. What counted to these ancient Jews was freedom. Men have fought for freedom since — sometimes successfully, and sometimes in vain. But the Maccabees, who began with a small group of men, gained adherents to their cause. Slowly, the army expanded. 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Friday, Decerrfber 1. 1961 •, UwHt ftwkUoitf Page 11-B Kupat Holim To be Honored Joseph M. Lipton (right), piesident of Dade Federal Savings Lean Assn., is shown being honored last week at a speiunehecm m his behalf at the Dupont Plaza hotel. Qr. W. L. Fitzgerald, president of the Dade County Medical A Wits the coveted Award of Appreciation to Liptcn for his ution's activities in sponsoring a television program S that has increased knowledqe of recent medical ades and techniques in thousands of homes, in the finest lions o: public service, and recognition of problems vital to every horn 3." Turners Reveal Barbara's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Turner announee the engagement of their hter, Barbara, to Seymour J. ir. The bride-elect is a graduate of Coral Gables Senior High School. Sht is presently employed at Jordan-Mar-h Mi Taylor will graduate from the University ol .Miami in January, lit plans to continue with his medical school. A reception honoring the couple v. field Sunday evening, 8 p.m.. at the homo of the bride loin 7m Calatrava ave., Coral Gables, Ionise Wise Chapter Louis* Wise chapter of AmeriCai Jewish Congress will hold a luncheon and card party next Wednesday at. Polly Davis cafeteria, not Normandy dr. Chairman is Mrs. Frances Herder. MISS BARBARA TURNER Kupat Holim, the medical arm of llistradut, will be honored at a special celebration sponsored by the Farband Branches of Greater Miami and Poale Zion. The celebration will take place Saturday evening, Dec. 16. at the Barcelona hotel. Featured will he the noted Yiddish stage star. Michael Gibson; Carol Don, coloratura soprano; and Esther Barrett, pianist. Kupat Holim today embraces a, network of 18 hospitals in Israel. These are fully-staffed and equipped lor major surgery, and contain some 2.8no beds. 1.800 ambulances, 850 mobile units to serve border Couple Mark 50*h Anniversary Over 250 guests attended the golden wedding ceremony of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brooks on Sunday at the homo of Mr, and Mrs. Conrad Allam in South Miami. Rabbi Maurice Klein officiated ,r the 5 o'clock ceremony. George Belner was soloist, and granddaughter, Meloi ye Allam. was jun Kir maid


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friday, December 1. 1861 *Jenist fhrkfi&r) Page 1 ID The Vatican and the Jews During the War Continued from Page 10-D gjes were going on. continues the Article, ""in June. 1942. Pcpe Pius XII received a pressing appeal, written in Latin by a j^oyrt of Jews from CztrrTi'-fc^rinvorflr^* his protection to avoid deport ai. in to the East, and attracting attention to the miseral '< %  toes and partialto the plight .it thousands ns In > Icti ber, L042. tl %  one Nuncio in Sv. itzerlar I ardc I to the Holy Si e a rem the i esi i ol the SAiss Jewish nm .t>. rethe inti i n oi the Falh r in favor ol ; : threatened bj the i i %  .. iwhile. it wi '. • ..< %  tation of Rustarl [n fact, on / %  • %  i \ th( G istic. %  ein.' e Nun< io, bj pi a t i v e j ; -. from %  %  : -is commun• s. including the chiel rabbi I r< st, Dr. Saffran, and from Hi ; -.. frequently addr ss%  %  to thi hi hesl autl the state, often obtaining tian could be hoped for. "Also, thanks to the int< rvi • of other elements (the King, Conducator and Antonescu i -ill against such an odious decision taken in the winter), the > r of deportation was first E ispended, and then post pined to :o!lo\>ing year It v as a compersuasion then, also among chiefs of the diplomatic misS. that the .-tops taken by Nuncio had been a determini tor." Nuncio Request %  article then quotes a let%  the Nuncio himself, dated i 14. 1943. recalling that "the -alo.it of the Jewish communof Rumania, a very distinshed and dignified person, has le already twice to thank me the assistance and the proI Mtinn of the Holy See h favor fellow Jews, a .id requestPie to convey o the Holy Father the gratitude of the entire community." Durii recent \ sit to the United States P:.rsi:ient Lee; Senghor, oi Se:;e~;:: receivi Maurice L. Perlzwe g li department o{ tl-. ires .•: WJC sed with President Senghor ..:.foi 0 a! early next ye Dr. ... ewish Cmgress li nt Sengh reic n Ministej :: Seneg to the J : ind n photocumentation o r si :-. bl< situation 1 • i the tion ca m : Transnistria. When thi Nu 11 sted permission t< visi I these camps, of the conditii ns existing in camps, requ< sti I thi Nuw defer his nisit, so that conditions in the camps could be impro After ha ndertaken a trip \ isiting inU rn < nt, ; 'ison and entration camps all the way to Kishinev and Odessa, the Nunterview with Radu Lecca. head of the Ji art men! 11 th< Pn mh r's of fice. He obtained positivi > on ID points lri< h tion to thi %  -. • g ?pc" %  rits ..-• a< the ghettoes ai allj promise thai .1 orphans woul %  •' to Palestine, "The transfer I •'. .< slim %  I orphans.'" writes Father Martini, "might -ic: surprising. 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Mar. 16: The Rumanian civil administration is withdrawing from Transnistria. and the population, including the non-Aryans concentrated there, shall be evacuated to this side of the Dniestr." "Meanwhile, from Rome, the Holy Father continued to think oi the Jews of Bucharest by sending them, for the Easter of that year, more help. The effectiveness of this help and the sentiments it inspired can be best fOR BETTER HEALTH VISIT THE MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Physical Therapy Body Conditioning Ger.erol Diagnosis and X Ray Colonic Irrigations Cabinets ond Massage Ultra Sonic Therapy 7235 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE PL 7-7234 FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Electrical Contractors RESIDENTI\L COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE PAUL FOSTER, president A R CONDITIONING f.nd ADEQUATE WIRING 2264 W. FLAGLER ST. HI 8-2671 Nights. S.-as\s A Hoiioa>s Da! HI 3-0922 expressed by their spiritual leader, who wrote i:> the Nuncio on Apr. 7. 1944. 'Our grateful thoughts go to .vhat has been accomplished by the Pontiff in favor of the Jews in general, and by Your Excellency in favor of the Jews of Rumania and of Transnistria. The generous holp of the Holy $eg has been d cisive. It is n< easj to find right ords Io 1 xpress the I and 1 consolation ; we feel 1 r thi istur %  ol I who offered a large si .;• to n lieve Ji 5. Thi Jev • 1 ; Rust %  1 r fi 1 et th • %  ents of his ori Afti r %  li the expr • f li meed al 'he the wa by Rabbi Sal • I y other Rumanian Ji w sli all that the Nui • to reliev* Ihi %  • Rumanian J • %  .. lu l< "i s true l t half 1 I he J f Rui lia fell as victims 1 ., • 0 ti term %  ; %  Ho v e are n s that I -. •• |y S e bn • thi 1 the i %  lutes one it coi menl ns 1 thi attitu e Vatican, and 1 \ taken by itrepresentative to relieve the sufferings ol persecuted Jews in a single country. 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Friday. December 1. 1961 •"Jewish ncrSdlfan Valuable Souvenir from a Trip to Broadway Continued from P?.-j 3-C the notice in the window. Inside however we were told that the necklaces were part of a set ot three pieces that could not be parted; a necklace, earrings and a toilet. a .U5 cent*.each. This upset Miriam's calculations, but. undaunted, she started to negotiate with the young assistant. In the end her blue-eyed charm won and Miriam was allowed to purchase three necklaces without al! the other pieces. But at this moment, the principal intervened. A big, burly fellow, with black hair and dark complexion, he said brusquely in a loud voice: "You can't do that! What am I to do with the earrings and bracelets, if everybody takes the necklaces? It's either the set or nothing." Miriam's lower lip started to tremble and knowing that tears were not far away, I stepped forward. "But your assistant said she could have the necklaces ." "He is no good," the proprietor waved his hand in deprecation. "He is a Jew." My blood pressure rose "You better be careful what you say I too am Jewish The big frame of the shopkesper shook with uncontrolled laughter — he was nearly choking with it. Full of rage and embarassment I took the child by the hand and turned to go. Silver Mezuzzah "Wait a minute." called the man alter me and with a leap he barred my way. The situation was getting nasty. What do I do now — fight my way out or shout for help? Ambulance crews from Mogen Dovid Adorn, the Israel Red Cra*. were on duty throughout the recent Maccabiah in Tel NWahii J ork -*e organization won warm praise from Maccabrah promoters for its swift work in caring for injured With a sudden, quick movement, the man reached into the open neck of his shirt and pulled out ... a silver mezuzzah on a thin chain. "A little joke," goodnaturedly, his with merriment, were Jewish the came in and this he added, pointing David on Miriam's he explained eyes twinkling "I knew you moment you confirmed it," to the Magen neck. We shook hands with "Shalom Aleichem — Aleichem Shalom" and exchanged life stories. I told him we were on a visit from England — he originated from Brazil. As by now we were the best of friends, he thought he would offer me "a real bargain"—a musical box this time. Lovingly he wound it up and ecstatically closed his eyes, rocking his head GREETINGS... C E. MORGAN "h Is Our Pleasure to Serve You" SALES and INSTALLATIONS ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS 2034 N.W. 24th Avenue NE 5-7201 SEASON'S GREETINGS PUBLIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE Automatic Transmission — Power Steering SERVICE & REPAIRS 1342 NW 54th Street PL 1-6491 %  Ui Ui 420 Lincoln Road Wish AIJ Their Many Friends A Happy Holiday TO AIL GREETINGS ALLIED BINDERY, INC. BINDING FOR THt TRADE MR. AND MRS. JOE W. DENSON 1262 N.W. 29th Street Phone NE 3-8926 to and fro and swinging his free arm in time with the twinkling tune It was the hardest thing in the world to decline the offer and I felt really mean. But he was magnanimous and let Miriam have her necklaces just the same. Some weeks later, I was given one of them for Chanuka. By then, we were back in England. "Please. Mummy, will you forget what I paid for it?" said my daughter, handing me the present carefully wrapped in tissue paper I could hardly promise her that, for whenever I look at the necklace, I only remember the lights of Times Square reflected in her eyes, the twinkling of the musical box and the warmth of a meeting between Jew and Jew Thank you, Miriam, I like my Chanuka present very much! A Happy Chanuka to All S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I. Real Eiljt* Appraiser t Consultant 307 Ainsley Bid?. Phon. FR 1-1639 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MY FRIENDS O. €. Kennett FIRE CHIEF Miami Beach Florida Page ISC FLOWERS. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS. PARTIES -BANQU,ETSr-QP-£NINGS 12430 Biscayne Boulevard North Miami Ph. 7r-7:i To All Season's Best Wishes CR0SLEY CORPORATION ELECTRONIC MARINE EQUIPMENT 3540 NW 52nd ST. Miami, Fla. NE 4-7324 OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES SPECTOR and SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS 575 S.W. 22nd Avenue Phone FR 9 1365 Greetings FRANCES MASSAGE STUDIO MEN and Women Genuine Swedish Massage 1274 NW 29th STREET NE 4-4014 Happy Chanuka to All S. & L FIXTURE COMPANY CABINETS Custom Made Wooden Store Fixtures 685 W. 25th Street, Hialeah TU 5-2370 TO ALL GREETINGS CARPET DISCOUNT CENTER "Quality at the Best Prices" RETAIL CARPET SALES 3530 NW 36th St. NE 3-0338 TO ALL CHANUKA GREETINGS FENfMORE APARTMENT HOTEL 1200 tIKtIO AVENUS PHONE JE 1-HC1 iiiffiiis Mareella Upholstering Shop Slipcovers — Drapes — Bedspreads — Cornices 3195 SW 18th STREET HI 3-7558



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Friday, December 1, 1961 >Jeni *r Fhriidtair Page 15-D LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW H HEREBY (II %  %  n %  %  • Ml. %  With tli I • N i %  %  • NOT C ; OP APPL CATION ="OR TAXD1CO F.le \ W S.ej i US• %  % %  % %  Mil Tax S: i ( : ""' • I Id certl i offlci %  • i. %  %  i \ %  • %  i .. %  %  .i %  | -• • • %  %  I : • nf • .! c .1 ; I %  ly, xitllntl '. ;.• State "f F oi Ida I I i1 • Htl I id k .'.•'. Twelfth Str< • •: ManPlat Hoi K 3 Pan:* .".!• in Ihi c .f Miami, Count) of Dade, if Florida, as embraced In c, i-tlf cati No Tufl Tli. a si 88I xaid | ii o ii rt> undi r ih( lid ... tific ii. Issued was In the me of Unknown. • in i., -s V Streel Bli ek I, • |n e .-• ibdlvlsion., I 'lat Book l *8 in the City of Miami. Coun,.f i >;,.:. Stati of Florida, a. in r. | til •. No, 1070. i i in of said propert) r thi said ci rtlfl ati Issued >.,In the name of Unknown. mi-said certificates shall iire... %  : tax i ii the .'Till da i •. i ... %  this 2181 lay of Novembei. [MAN lit C iurt, : ,. .Ml. LEGAL NOTICE N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'HE EL r --. !5>r"Ai '-IRC i i'OF r L : '.AND FOR DADE IN C-\C£RV. %  %  > IN • 0-.CE ft£-i"You say you wont a Chanukoh present? A gesunt ouf deine keppele!" Ccpf. 10. Cc-tnu P'Cdv •• %  LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE COURT OF THE ENTH JUDICIAL C | HCU! T OF "IDA. .N AND FOR DADE : L NTY. N CHANCERY. Mo. 61 Z-bZOO Dtk I ST, %  I Col %  \O T XE UNDER c CTITI0U8 NAVE LAW NOTICE IS I •' % %  i rL m .. •%  • • ....... %  •. • KKNMAR ill KEN MAR • %  > Oil I'll' 1 N '. %  • • ID AMOS P.* %  %  NOTICE OF SUIT EDWARD EUGEN1 VR 1ER i MARY JANE 'ARRERU • • St r t l i 11 iRE HEREBY NOT1F •:. .I-I en bi Ml U W EST Ml >RTG USE COM. r, In Vi abovi • at tied h -. .. mortgagi em imbi i Inc crlbi opcrty, to.i: \ M1RADA, i ins to tni ; •• thi i eof, re%  •.. In lai I %  i : "" at page 27, B of 1 ad< County, ..•'.• th: ,'instor Ri fi Igi rator, Model K Ii KIIK. Serial So SA2I %  Vi netian Blinda; % %  are required to file > "r anwith the t'li-rk of the Circuit ; of I lade County, Florida, at i CourthoUBI in Miami. Florida, on i. ,.i, 11, mber 12, 1961, and to %  \.a copy of such answer upon 'AVID P CATSMAN, Plaintiff's atley, whose address is nth Floor : Bast Flagler Street, Miami %  %  da. If you fail to do so, the complaint will be taken as confessed ruu and a Decree Pro Confesso I be < nti • i d against you for th. • f demanded in the complaint. DATED thi;7th day of November, B. LEATHERMAN '"]. rk of thi Circuit Court • ounty, Florida •..I B) HELEN KESSLER, 1 •• puty i "lerk U'IDr \T-M \ \ .. %  101 E. Flagli Fli : .da 7-24 N THE C RCUIT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF C LORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Nc. 6:C 12C&4 %  %  : ,v;\.is BANK i HE %  %  .'. J i] K ... I the f New 1 I la miff, ORES H .ESS %  \ TRIC1A A. CAR! I R -. %  %  woi in, el i ante NOTICE OF SUIT 1 • MM.i IRES H AlyESSK I and PATRH IA A. C \I:TK11 Residence I'nkndwp. V i ARE HEREBY NOTIPlEl %  i suit hfti beei bro ight aca nst you DOLLiAR SAVINGS TANK OF HE rnv • •! NFW YORK, n the above-entitled Court, to fore.: rtgagri encumbering the followlna described property, to-wlt: Ixt 3. Block 10. SECOND AlU'lTION TO CAROL CITY, according to the plal thereof, recorded in Flat Book 65, page 78. sheet 1, of the public records of Dade County, Florida; and you are required to file you; answer to -aid complaint with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at the Courthouse in -Miami, Florida, on or befor.Decemlir u. 1W.1. and to serVe a copy of answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN. Plaintiff's attorney, whose adilr, ss Is 14th Floor at 101 Fast Flagler Street. Miami 32,' Florida, on or before said date, as required by the Laws of Florida. If vou foil to do so, the complaint will be taken M confessed by vou and a Decree Pro Confl ISO will be enti-red against you for th,. relief dema'.ded in the complaint. DATED this Hh day of November. 1961. E. p, WEATHERMAN Cl^rk of the Circuit Court Dad. Ci.unty. Florida (seal) By: K. M. I.VMAN, i^putv Clerk DAVID T. CATSMAN !4th Floor at 101 fc. Flagler St. -Miami 82, Flontja ,\ TE COUNTY JUOGE S CC .N AND FOR ?':c tOUNT\ FLORIDA N P=OS'TE N. IN R Estati I RW1N STAS I I %  NOTICE TO CRED TORS Po • % %  sons 1 or Demands Against Said Courl •'-• ti v, hen tif'.ed and r. to presenl which %  „ ,. : ..-, RYV1N A STANDER d %  lati o! mty, I %  Ida, • thi •' %  : %  -•of i la • County, and • '• thi sai •• In th, n thi Counts Ci i tho ISM County, Florida, within call ndai monthfr< m thi dat< ol flrsi publication hen r, oi the u ,. i c barred. LENA STANDER MYERS, HEIMAN A KAI I. .N Attornt ys 1150 E W. isi Streel Miami 8. Florid. n/]0 ., 7 24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i ,'KN thai ... ... .. %  • •% %  ster said • • %  • ..... •. %  • S %  % %  : %  %  SAVIN N ... | Lag. i i.N O SI I %  • %  .i I'lat I 53, a1 %  ..f ; lade i "ounty, Floi Ii i • ier with 2 K Rel Igi i tor i?E .1 %  -L E|i-i-tru Ra Vi i.t ii Rlinds'. and you an r quln ii ti Ii swi i Ith thi Clei k of thi I "ii • i Count} iloi da, at the thousi .ii '.: Ida, i n or before 1 nd to servi ai • upon I 'AVI1 P. CATSMAN, I'll Intlff.i Vtti Is 14th > .oor • i. --. l ..,_', i Strtet, Miami 32, Ida on • • %  I %  as rebj ihi Laws .,i Florid, If you 1 twill and .. Decrei i" i I • • enterei maiided In o l'\ ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! f XH i %  >!.' fit II i fflTun solicits your legal noticss. Wo appreciate y OTJ r patronage and guarantee ccrurcte service at legal rates U'ud l\ 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW S'OTICE IS HKKKIIY 01VEN that gm d, di -n inu i" engage in inder the fictitious name "f HER \l.i IVBRICK ai 201 S. Miami ,i,,l II I N. Miami Aw Miami, 1 ... intend to reglsti r Bald name i, i "H-rk of HoClrcull Coui i of i 'o .in v. Florida. LACRENCEROTHMAN STEVE Ki iTHMA.N" Sole i i in i LEVINE & CHRISTIE vttoi n.-xs l %  Applli anl ll 10-17-24, 12/1 IMAN th. • %  v %  SMAN :. Flag •' v IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12278 .1 \COB MORGENSTERN, I Ii iit:ff, wi! LIE MAE SPENCER, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBL CATION r-0 v, ILL.IE MAE SI ENC1 R .... V, 10th B. <3 II' -• i r i Ord California • .. %  taki notice that i 1 N 'HE C'RCUIT COLRT OF THE ELEVENTH JuD'CIAL CIRCUIT CF FLORIDA. .N AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 6-.C 12078 Ii un • EARL TANZER and GERTRl'DE .MAN as Co-Exei • •....,• ., K .1 • Katz, di %  eased NOT CE TO APPEAR IN PROCEEDING TO REESTABLISH LOST NOTE T<'. Northrup lnv si mi nt Foundation, Inc., Chai lea Lang and all other i HI ri ati 'I persons. Yi j an lo i. by notified to appear i, ror< the H rable GEORGE I" SCHL'LZ, one of th.judges "f this • in the Courl House, at Miami. Florida, at 1:30 P.M., Wednesdsy, thi >ih day ol December, 1961; and then and thi re show cause, If any yi can, by answer duly filed, as required by law, why th.promissory noie. described in the petition nn file herein, made March -' %  '. IM7, by Northrup Invastment Foundation. Inc. to Charles |jng and Anna Lang, his Wlfl in the prlnclrlal sum of $i:..oo.uo with interest at the rate of six per cent, payable in flvi years at the rate of 1200.00 per month, which note ;secured by a purchasi monej mortaagi recorded in Official Records BOOK 161 at Pagi ITI of the Dadi County Public Records, which prom... II,.!. is alleged In said petition • l„ en lost, mislaid or destro} should not be r< • tabllshed, ai d to whi.h said promissory note thi petition prays that a trui i i %  ,. ,, pj thi • ol be i ablishi a M n lieu of thi original note, and %  ... id re-i --.iiii-h. a note be d< to be the no'i and rightf ii pro] >g. CE UNOE R TIOUS NAME LA .V ...... -%  %  STA -CAR %  .>•. %  .... ..--.;. r tn. SCAN > '"' : -''N !' \ ~ .... MARX M. FAIiEl! •. • \ ., n t %  s Bldg NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that • i. ,i. sli Ins i" • niM-.II ndei the fictitious uami ..' HAIO 1< \l' VRTMENTS ill K.-.tl I V venue, Miami Bi i %  .i said n .,• ih, i'n" ll %  i". i HA HAM HA1DI LINE IIAIDl'l K I'l, IIII'li'K IA HAIDI'i K IEI MER neiil VV. • ... -• %  %  • .A ih< • : '"' f Nov. HAN of thi : adi •MAN Dep IN 'HE COUNTY JUDGt'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA N PROBATE No. &4238-B IN Ii! Estate of REG1NA BRB1TBART '•N'OTVCE TO CREDITORS TO \"i Creditors and Ail Persons % %  • %  ing Claims or Demands Agajnst Sal ,'are hereby notified and required to present any claims and aeni-inds which yOU may nave agains. Si estat of RE--.INA HRE.THART. deceased late of Dade County. .Iiidgi Bade ,•..]. ndar th. lilt 1 ll/lO-n-24, 12/1 the County tv, Morida. within six months from the t me.of publication hereof, or the same be i. T> 'i I ... D :. ,1 at M'ami. Florida, in-; day of November, A D. 1961. y P ROBERT BR1 : BART KKKNARD B. BRE1TBART As Co-Administrators EDGAR LEWI? \ttoinfor thEstati of UK. UNA BRE1 luPan t Bldg.. Mtainl.P.. JW ^ B •. THE C r .C.IT COURT CF THE ELEVENTH JUO'CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FCR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 6^C 2429 \;!. Mil v • IN AR1 ELL MIL.L.EN, Defen lant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION you, MARVIN AKi'Ki.i. MII.I.I:N Petty Officer, 2nd ci...-.-. United States Navy, Naval W\ r*aclUU-, Severn Annapolis, Maryland, are notified to serva a copy of your Answer ,, in orce Compls I filed aeainst on Plaintiff's attorney. c.EURtll-". NICHOLAS,'1211 N.W. 7 St.. Miami. Fia., and file original with CleTk oi this Court on or before 26 December, 1961, otherwise complaint will b)•: LK'HTER l eceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i ': %  ii'."' and All Pi rsnns Ha> %  ing Claims or Demands Against said Estate: You an hereby notified and required to ores, in any claims and demands which vou may have against the .slate of ROSE LICHTER \ll. LICHTER, I > ll. rman T IS, I is Attorney, As i"\. utor. Cain, isis. Orbai h APolan II, • man T Iof C Unsi 1 Attornej itor 11.30 \S SI 11/17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I thi n g to engage I ... .-• %  • • J .v -'ll : • Intel .... the Cli %  i %  pi .. STi >NE • % %  %  Pi IN an I %  s iN NOT'CE UNDER F 11 TIOUS NAME LAW Nn S HEI • HIVEN Ing to engage in the fictitious name • %  < CHENS nl 18711 N W Miami, 1-1" Ida Intends ..-•• ..aid name v\ in the i 'lerk ill Court of I adi I 'ounlj .. TER B. P< NZi IL s.i.. 11 n. r SAM1 EL STEEN i -,i Applicant ,', •.. .;.,i.|. s, r n m.n-24, 12 i IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12066 THE BRONX SAVINGS HANK, Pla miff, \ s THi iMAS A WHITE and DOLORES WHITE, his wife. I ief. ndants, NOTICE OF SUIT T ,,. •• • -• \ w ll IT K and DOLORES WHITE, bis wlfi ...... ., tiawtnorne Avenue YonkerS ">. -New York Y,,ii are hereby notified thai the abovi captl d action has been instituted against you In the circuit Courl of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon thi following described real propert) I Lot 5, Block B REALSITE ESTATES, SECTION TWO, according to Cu Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 65 at Page 129 of the Public Records of Dadi County, Horlda: together with the following items of • ^ nli 'i are i"< at.-,I In and .... nil) Installed as a part of improvement on said land : u.-: nghouse Refrigerator RLA IS, Wt -; nghouse Dryei I 127, Westi Khousi Wasbi i 1127, .,, inquired to file your answei i.. plaintiffs complaint with th ifoi • said i 'curt, and • h i upon plaintiff's MARTIN II NK. nth KI i: illdlng, Miami 52, itei than I lei embi r I I, Pro Confesso ill gainst ) "iiXovi mbei 8, 1961. EA HERMAN %  thi i 'ir. lit < 'ourt I.oi Ida .... B) K M I.VMAN, 1.. put) Clerk MARTIN FINE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in buslnesi under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN WATER CLINIC at 1047 W Kiagler St., Miami Intends to r.g. %  said iiam. with the Clei k of the flrcu I t, of Dadi County, Flor' ... RE W \TI'i: PRODUCTS. INC. By 1 'avid Bi rman Pri sldi nt %  H SALLEY .v K PAUL Atti rneys for p -v.-.;., Product., lnc. /i7 24ii2/i $ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NO' E IS •• REBY GIVEN thi • • •.. PIS ntlff -'•••'', Dadi i r al Building %  \ ai B li ..... ..-. %  .. with thi Cli rk f tho Circuit i ol Oacii i'. nty, !'. i da. HAROLDPEARLMAN Pole Cw n 11 17-24, 12 1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under tin fictitious name of SUNNY PALM ACRES at I6R6 N E l""rd Street. North Miami lnter.ds to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cart of I laiie COBlHy, P1 da PENNY HOMES INC. By: Kur, Wal.ach. Pre.^ „ j Florida ll. 10-17-24, 12 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tr^> the undersigned, deslrlns to engat business rnder the fictitious nr.m.of 'NGELO'S BARBER SHOP, COLONIAL BARBER SHOP at 5801 S.W. 113th Plai • Miami Florida Inti register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi ANGELO V M.l'lVA Sole i >wner VRTHUR K :.: I K vi-, me) IOT Api leant 3101 Bisca>ne 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY I'.IVKN thai !h. undersigned, disi!iBKto engage in buslnesi under the fictitious name of CAROL LIQUORS at 371T, N.W. 167th Street. Carol City, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MOSA.M CORP. Rv: M I, Coppefman, ITesident HARRY ZUKERN1CK Attorney f.^ Own. r 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11/10-17-24, 12/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in l, nisi 'i,i, r the fictitious name of C1MENT FROTHERS at 1740 Alton R, .,,1 Miami Beach, Florida Intends tglstei -aid name with the CI. rk of thi Circuit c.urt of Dade County, Florid "23.10 CORPORAWON i-. .lack Clmi nt, Pros Attest: Thomas M Millman. Secy. LANDER A; BURNETT orporatlon i. Miami Bi ach 11,17-24,12/1-8



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Friday. December 1, 1961
>Jen ist fk irildfain
Page 15-D
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
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Stati i F orlda
Bli ck 36, Twelfth Sir. et Man-
Plat Boi U 3 Pagi 59 In ih.
. r M lanil, c 'ount> of Dade,
- .,:. i>i I- lorida, ,.- embraced in
c, tif eat. Ni 7u0. Th< a Si sw-
ell I said proper!) under lh<
- ni ce tlficate Issued was hi th<
me of I'nknow n.
in l.. ss S 5' Stri ;. Bli ck I
- .-' ibdivlslon., Plal Booh l
..l. 2S in the City "i Miami, Coun-
. | ; iad<. State of Floi Ida, as
raci '. in Certlfl ate' No, i"7".
a..... enl of -.mi propertj
. i thi -.i 'l certiflcati Ii
in the name of I'nknown
-. said ii: li at< n shall be re-
nit lo la w, a\ ili. i!
.....II on the -Ttli da
\ I 196]
this 21st day of Novembi .
VTHERMAN
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"lerk
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EY HENRY LEONARD
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'SANTA
CLAU5
LEGAL NOTICE

"You soy you wont a Chanukoh present?
A gesvmt ouf deine keppele!"
Ccpr I960, Dcvtnu tredi,-c*>cnt
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
\ -- COURT Of THE
E-E E NTH -DiCIAL C'RCs.'- Or
FCRIDA, IN -\D FOR D~OE
: ; L NTY. N CHANCER I .
No. c'C-fcSOO Dek
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\OTICE OF SUIT
w vr] vi :r.o
MARY JANE VRRERo
ii r: Mr.. t
n City, Callfon
.;:.: HEREBY NOT1P
. e b< en bi i you
IU W E ST Ml >RTG VOE COM
above-< titli
. i h .-< .. morta em mbi iint
iei ty, to-
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0, Block :. S1ERR \ MIRADA,
ding lo i ; I thi eof, re-
ed ii plal Book 17, ai pace 27,
records of i ,,,., Ci
with:
linator Refrigerator, Model
'11R, Serial No. 3A26056
etlan BI rids.
. are required to fil- your an-
with the Clerk of the Circuit I
ri of I lade County, Florida, at
' CoUIfhOUS) in Miami. Florida, on
I i on Dec< mbcr 12, 1961, and to |
- Ve a COP} Of -Hill answer upon
DAVID P. CAT8MAN, Plaintiff! at-
-. whose address is 14th Floor
Ea.-t Piaster Street, -Miami 3:'.
rida [f you fail to do so, the i
xmplaint will be taken as confessed
u and a Decree Pro Confesso
' be entered against you for the ;
demanded in thi complaint.
DATED it.is 7th iia> of Novembei
B, LEATHERMAN
'"lerk of th. Circuit Court
mntj. Florida
B) HELEN KESSLER,
1 : utj i'lerk
i'IDP CATSMAN
" F uor al 101 E. Flagler St,
- Fli rida
:: 10-11 -i '-
_ N -HE C RCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. I\ A\D FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Nc 6-C 12C64
VINOS i: W^
'.NEW YORK
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New ^
ni :.
' RIC1A A. I .
an,
I lejndanu
NOTICE OF SUIT
1 i-i l.i iRES H. AL.ESSIO
PATRIi IA A CARTER
Residence l'i known.
ARE HEREBY Nl ITIPIEP thai
-nit has been brought agalnsl you
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK OF
HE city Of NEW YORK, In thi
ove-entltled Court, to foreclon
rtgagi eni imberlni the following
ih..it pi,,),. riv. to-wll:
Ul :!. Block kO. SECOND ADDITION
TO CAROL CITY, according to the
plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book
6.*', page 78, sheet 1, of the public
recorda of Dhde County, Florida:
and you are required to file your
;iswer to Mid complaint with the
("lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida, at the Courl'.iouse in
Miami, Florida, on or before Decem-
> aurti answer upon DAVID P. OATS-
MAN, Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dreea is Hth Floor at 101 Fast FIhk-
ll r Street, Miami 32,' Florida, on or
before said date, as required by the
l-'iws of Florida. If you fail to do so,
the complaint will be taken ;u~ con-
I by you and a Decree Pro Con-
fesso will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint. |
DATED this Mh day of November,

E. F. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade Cuunty, Florida
Deputy Clerk
"AVID T. CATSMAN
14th Floor at 101 ft. Flagler St.
Miami 31', Florida
11/10-11-24, 12/1
NOTICE LNDER
= CT.TIOLS SAME LAW
IS
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N --E ;c.'.T\ JUDGE'S COURT
'. -\D FOR DACE CO.NTY,
FLORIDA IN P = OBATE
Nc. : .
IN Estate I
!.A \ '. N :
eased
NOTICE TO CRED:TORS
sons I
'.ni. : : i Against Si
Dsi .
You an hen tifUd re-
ed to pre sa i .! -
- whk-1 -
-'. .-;..-. ol BR\A IN \ STAN
: lati : .idi '" nut>. r i
thi Count: of Dad<
County, and fill thi same In th.
: in th) Co i 1} Com thouse In
i iade County, c rida, ithln
dai month- i-. thi dati of the
flrai publication hereof, <> the earn)
a i i barn d.
LENA STANDER
MYERS, HEIMAN A KA1 LAN
Att< rn- > s
1150 S W. 1st Str t
Miami 36, Florida
Jl/10-17-24, 12/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12778
JACi >H Ml 'RQENSTERN,
: ; If,
wi! LIE M \i: si ENCER,
1'. fendant
NOTICE BY PUBL CATION
T< i W II LIE MAI 5FENC1 R
... id) lyard
"A", 10th B. <1 d Bdgi
i m 6 :
:, i th)
estate, to-
lo the Plal
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to fill I '
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herwif '
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of t rl

1.;. k : LYM iN
Deputy i i
7-24 -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N' K HERKI'.l N '
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N -ME C RCUIT COL RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CF
FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE
COuNTY IN CHANCERY.
no. 6-.c ires
Ri Pi :
PEARL TANZERand OERTRFDE
IM \N a- i'"- Exi i itrlcet "f
the Estai g, a k/a
Ka: i di 11 ased.
NOT CE TO APPEAR IN
PROCEEDING TO REESTABLISH
LOST NOTE
Mi nvestment
Foundation, Inc.,
i 'ha: b s Lang ami all other
Inti n st. ii persons,
Y ari hi 11 by notified to appi ar
i fon the Honorable GEORGE i:
SCHCLZ, one of the judgea of this
Court, in the Courl House, at Miami,
l lorida. at l :30 P M Wedm sday,
:h. L'i'th day of December, 1961; and
then and thi re show cause, if any
can, by answer duly filed, as ri -
quired by law, why the promissory
note, described in the petition nn file
herein, made March 29, 1957, by
Northrup Inveetmeni Foundation, Inc.
to Charles Ijinp and Anna Lang, his
wife, in the principal sum of $15,900.00
with Interest at the rate of six per
cent, pa.'-able in five years at the
rat) of 1200.00 per month, which note
Is secured by purchasi monej mort-
recorded in Official Records
Book 168 at Pagi 471 of the Dade
County Public Records, which prom-
ssci j ii"-i is alleged In Bald petition
vi been lost, mislaid or destroy-
should nol be i stabllshed, and
which said promissory note the
sa .1 petltli n prays thai a ti'.n and
, py thereof be i stabllshi d as
i n lieu of thi or i Inal note, and
n estal llshi d noti be de-
to be the ko'i and i Ightful pro| -
: Vnna Lang
: nol
I. hai i nd si al of said
it Miami. I)
ih day of N
;: i. .EATHERMAN
if t Ch ; '
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K M iMAN

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IN *HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA N PROBATE
No. fr238 -B
IN I.: late of
' | ;1N'.\ BREITBART
liceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditor., and All Perspni I
ing Claims or Demaidt Against Sal
Estati : .
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an..- claims and de-
mands which yon may have against
the estate of RETINA BREITBART.
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided in section 733.Id
floiida BtAUrtes, In iheir offices n
'ounty Coufthoam In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six cah
months from the time of the
publication hereof, or the name will
he baiT' d
Dated at Mami, Florida, this 161
day of November, a D. 1961.
P. ROBERT BREITBART
WOKNARB Bi BREITBART
As Co-Administrators
EDGAR LEWIS
\ttoin*.' for th. i"-'.'' c.f
RROINA BREITBA1 1
..Font Bid,.. -"-1.!,4;i:.].B.]5
'N T-E C RCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORDA. IN CHANCERY.
No 6'C '2429
E GAIL MILLEN,
.
u:' ELL MILLEN
Di fi -i '?<'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y. 17, MARVIN AKi'Ki.I. MILLEN,
Officer 2nd < bs, I'nlti d Stati -
Navy. Naval Mi i ilit>. Severn
Annapolis, Maryland, an- no-
tified t.. siive a copy of yo.ir Answer
i iivorce Compla t I i'. d agalnsi
on Plaint if'.- attorney, GEORGE
NICHOLAS, '1218 M.W, 7 St.. Miami.
Fla., and file original with Clerk of
this Cl n't on or before i6 December.
1961, otherwise complaint will be Con-
ed by } on.
DATED. Nov. 17. lHbl.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of said Circuit Court
(seal) B> : C. I-. ALEXANDER,
1 puty Clerk
11/24. 12/1-8-K.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi-rsiKPed. desirinc to engage in
bus ness under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN WATER CLINIC at 1047
W. Fiagler .^t.. Miami Intends to reg-
stel -ai.l name with th) Clerk of the
Circuit Court, of Dadi County, Flor-
PURE WATER PRODUCTS, INC.
I -. i lavld Bi ri>.an. Presld) nt
IEO H SALLEY & R PAUL
a tt on
v. : Products, Inc.
11/17-24, 12 1-8
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "HE
EL'- -r j i p> i f i A I *~ip~i,. Qp
RIDA. ,N AND FOR DADE
MCHANC tRY.
No. 6'c 2::s
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thereof,
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Togi ii i.
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Vi -I..H i: Inds:
and you are req
swi : .c Ith [hi Clel k ..f thi Cln :
' i Hoi da, at th>
housi .a ; Ida, i n or
nd i : .
- '. .il ti DAVID
P. CATSMAN, I'll
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er Street Vila
Ida, on oi te. as re-
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Pro Confesso will In enti
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
;" h n;: fl !f!': n i, ff//3ijn
solicits your legal notices.
Wo appreciate yomr
onage and guarantee
d< urcte service at legal
ra:es .
Dial .vK 3-4665
fot messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
F CT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NoTK'E is liKRKBY GIVEN 'hat
'hi 'i --ni .!. desiring t. pngagi in
- ..... under the fli llllous nan i ..f
HER VLD HABRICK al 201 S. Miami
114 N. Miami Avi Ml ml,
Intend I*. register said name
hi i 'li rk of thi Cln ill Ci irl r
' -. i".. inty, Florida
LAI'RKNCE ROTHMAN
STEVE ROTHMAN
Sole i iw in-i s
LEVINE & CHRISTIE
Mtoi n is lm Applicant
- -\ i \ Ave.
ii 10-17-24 i
NOT CE ,'.3:R
OU S N A M E LA .V
N 11 .
' of
XT- A -CAR SYS
i N.\ Stieet. Ml
the Clerk of thi
Dl'NCAN ''.
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MARX M 1 A': :
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ro.iRT
IN AND FOR DADF. COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 54106 B
IN RE: Estate of
ROSE LICHTER
I -. censi d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i "ri 'li:..- ..mi All Pi rsons Ha>
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You an hereby notified and re-
quired lo preseni any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsi
the estate of ROSE LICHTER ri. -
ceased late "f Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Daid) Coun-
ty, and file the samt in duplicate and
as provided in Section 738.16. Florida
Statutes, In th. r offlci a in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dadi County, Flor-
ida, within -i\ calendar months from
the time of thi fiisi publication here-
of, or tin same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 15th
day of Novembei, A.D 1961
s DAVID sail LICHTER,
by Herman T. It s, I It Attorney,
As Bxei utor
i"am. I--.-, i n bach a- Polan
Herman T !- > of Counsi I
Attorn. ;. I I. Utor
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11 17-24
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
business under th fictitious name of
SUNNY PALM ACRES al 1686 N.E.
123rd Street. North Miami inter.ds to
register said name with the 3erh of
the Circuit Court of Dade Coanty,
Florida.
PENNY HOMES INC.
By: Kurt Wallach. Pres.
11/10-17-24. 12 1
NOT'CE UNDER
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the undersigned, deslrlns to engaun U"
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THE BRONX SAVINGS BANK,
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T1H IMAS A. WHITE and
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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You are hereby notified that the
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of the Judicial Circuit of Florida in
and for Dade County to foreclose a
mortgage upon the following descrlb-
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Lot ". Block 7. REALSITE ES-
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Book 6.1 al Page i-':i of the Public
Records of Dadi County, I- lorida
together with the following items of
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permanent!) installed as a part of
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Dryei \> 127,
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MAR I'lN CINE
Attoi m fo Plaintiff
Fli ,r i 'adi Fedi ral Building
.M... ti. : .'. Florida
11. 10-17-24. 12 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign) d. di -irintrto engage iii
ss under the fictitious name of
CAROL LIQUORS at 371.'. N.W. 167th
Street. Carol City, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MOSAM OORP.
R\: m t.. Goppeman, President
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorm y for < iwner
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/10-17-24, 12/1
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NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, tie-siring to engage In
bus ni ss ndi r the fictitious name of
C1MENT BROTHERS at 1740 Alton
Ri d. Miami Beach, Florida Intends
Sinter said name with the Clerk
. Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
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Atteet: Thomas M. Mlllman, Sec'y.
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IttOl Col p..ration
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Page 8-C -Jewish fkrMbm Friday. December 1.1961 SEASON'S GREETINGS CITY ICE FOR EVERY COOLING NEED PLUS THE FINEST IN AIR-CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION CALL FR 3-2191 FOR VENDOR "IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD" 2 4 HOUR SERY | C E BLOCKS CUBES Also Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION FLORIDA DIVISION 931 S.W. 1st Street, Miami Phone FR 3-2191 Best Wishes lor the Holiday Season .. BEUTEL'S SOLAR-HEATER CO. TANKS — BOOSTERS — COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS 1527 N. Miami Avenue Phone FR 1-1426 TO ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 153 N.E. 1st Street BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 AM. Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733 HOLIDAY GREETINGS AL'S AMOCO SERVICE 5 NW 167th ST., No. Miami Beach Ph. Wl 7-9622 BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON SWEET PAPER SALES 995 S.E. 12th Street HIALEAH TU 7.1594 IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HOLIDAY GREETING TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE HERBERT A. FRINK MIAMI BEACH TO ALL GREETINGS Dixie Gas Corporation Moe Longer 405 So. Dixie Highway Coral Gables YOUR TRANSFER PROBLEMS BRIDGES TRANSFER CO. 2200 NW 12th AVE. ph on# FR 4^ 763 MASON'S GREETINGS PARAMOUNT CLEANERS SNciAUzm m mm AND canon *MM CLOT HIS Pheae Ml 60347 17S3 CORAL WAV Mrs. Moe Kudler (left), international president H. R. Vohra, Washington correspondent for the of B'nai B'rith Women, and Mrs. Maurice TurIndia Times, before the men join four other ner, chairman of the BBW Roosevelt Four expert panelists in discussing "The PredicaFreedoms Library in the nation's capital, hold ment of Neutralism" at the fifth in a recent a preliminary chat with C. Gunasingham (left), series of Four Freedoms Library Roundtable First Secretary of the Embassy of Ceylon, and events. Those Who Have Become Jews by Choice By IRENE MYERSON £ONSIDER this proposition: A ** person sincerely committed to his religion as the best answer to the infinite and challenging problems of life and death should seek to persuade others of dilfering religious faiths—or none at all—to accept his faith. In the United States, Christians generally affirm this proposition with little or no debate. They support it both ideologically and financially. The history of the Christian church is in part a history of Christian missions — not only to the heathen in culturally retarded countries but also to the "unchurched" in this country. Now consider this proposition: A Jew sincerely committed to Judaism as the best answer to the infinite and challenging problems of life and death should seek to persuade others of differing religious faiths—or none at all—to accept Judaism. Well, now no. that's a different matter, isn't it? After all. Jews are a minority group. Let's not kid anybody. Even it Jewish missionary efforts to non-Jews were done with the utmost skill HICHTEB'S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. ISO E. Fkraler Street GREETINGS LEES TACKLE, Inc. Established 1920 324 N.E. 13th STREET MANUFACTURERS RETAIL Fishing Tackle Repairing Underwater Equipment SCHWEBKE & ASSOCIATES, INC. LAND PLANNERS ENGINEERS LAND SURVEYORS 'We Cover Greater Miami" REASONABLE RATES PROMPT SERVICE 4841 N.W. 2nd AVENUE PI 12592 3521 W. Broward Blvd. LUdlow 14600 MIAMI Ft. Lauderdale TO ALL GREETINGS TO ALL GREETINGS MIAMI WATER HEATER COMPANY Phone HE 5-6715 1334 R.W. tffh STRICT SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and Family tOSt N. W. 27th Ae, FMOM HI 44SS4 STOLPMANN PLUMBING CO. 1853 Weet Avenue Miami Beach. Fla PHONE JE 1-0481 TO ALL GREETINGS BAC CONSTRUCTION. INC. ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS 744 NW 72nd AVE. CA 6-1222 SEWERS WATER SPECIALISTS Victor L. Buscaino John Aiello Nickolas Conte TO ALL GREETINGS ELI WITT CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY WHOLESALERS CANDY CIGARETTES PAPER WONT YOU Hmv-a-Tampa Vigor? "THEY'RE BETTER" 73 N.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE FR 4-8115



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Friday, December 1, 1961 *Jenisii FkrridRan Page 13-D Beth Torah Youth Elect Officers In elections held last week at Beth Torah Congregation, Perry I., %  !; and Mark Haddad were chosi as rabbis of the synagogue's student congregation, with Merle Maeroff and Diane Gurman serving as president and vice president. Other officers elected were shamis, Andrew Sandier. Mike Lewis and Eddie Wacks; secretary, Harold Rabinovitz, Rita Haber and i rl Tocnkel; gabbai, Sandy Langer; treasurer, Lee Friedel; re-' ligious chairman. Linda Kaufman: lin-tv?-. Cheryl Stuard, Jacks I iil)aun; and Sharon Leo pold. ins :r. the board of direclors an 1 : v %  y. i:> l' •. .-! %  Martin Sturm n Srlii'.v'-u. Scott Moore, Un \ /.. I: 'i i i .1 Jaffe, I'M II. i %  l.evlne, I'.II h\ s ii i. .' iton, Mil hael MIIU r, I on i, •• i i nil % %  • i iroKsma n, • %  Inn Ra> Si c l: (.< uhul. Mi in i 'ohen, A n y Ste\ en SI .iiiizi-. Ala II l*i :• %  Illi 1. i.i. -''in.in. Arthur New n K %  ii Kuckuxln, Eric King:, n .ilit. Kenn> B rman, .\Ian i i I %  '.iik Kutihkln, Jeffrey Hold Pulai l Rand) Kieger, Jud> Rli ha i KiiRun. Beach Group Elects Gumenick \ than S Gumenick. owner of South-ate Towers, has been elected new president of the Washingi Avenue South Shore Assn. 1 -nick succeeds Marcus O. Sarokin, vice president of Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Ar in charge of its South Shore brani h. After three years of leadership Sarokin turns over the gavel of the organization chartered in 1939 which represents 200 property owners, seven financial institutions, 200 hotel owners, and 300 merchants in the South Shore area of Miami Beach. i officers elected are Ray ;.n. executive vice president; S ttalperin. Max Boderman. B. E. B inston. Joseph M. Rose, WilMechanic, and Jack Stein. vici presidents; Samuel Seltzer. treasurer; and Hyman P. Galbut. seen ary. 1 • 'ii to 'I-.irroup'a board ol ftovi a illtl in I., the officers, are. X, i:i .. id, William Burbridice, II i: >!llnger, C. D. Blackwell, IClements, Jr., Leo A. % %  "' i. Devlne, David lla' Harold rVledland, Raj moiul K. William Plamholtt, Arthur %  %  • %  < 11. Gordon, Kui man Carl T. Hoffman, Charles P •""-"• W. Hlrach, 8y Howurd, • Handel, H. A. James, Mt.r'• I -ii l.nn.iy. A. I.. Mailin de Hlrach Meyer, K. latheu B K. MathewH, Em II Morton, M IJ %  -. \l Naah, D. Lee Cl ii.. i A Renshaw, i.. Man i,i. Sarokin, Jack KMPrai i. Bniathera, |r„ Milton Martin \ Smith, Michael SOB'S W hwalb. Harry Schiick, Stup* Daniel Taradaxh, Walaxmaii, Kigmund w. Intraub, if V:uj-r unil B. K. ZarroH Retained; tor the coming year Martin A. Smith, legal counsel; Ray Redman and Associates. i"iblk relations: and Hirsch. Kohn and Horfman. certified public accountants, • i % %  • i i. %  ii'im Sn tl,c sJHatl EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Permit me. through the columns l your newspaper, to express my sincere gratitude to the medical %  ^tuff. management, nurses, and I'mk Ladies of Mt. Sinai Hospital. My gratitude is for the courteous and generous treatment accorded me, an old and forsaken Yiddish Poet and novelist, during my stay ; Mt. Sinai on the occasion of several serious surgical operations there. I am particularly grateful for the hospital's social service efforts in my behalf. Mt. Sinai Hospital is a wonderful institution that adds much to the ftlory of the Greater Miami Jewish community. It deserves the support of every local resident. ISAAC BLOOM what a beautiful-gift and it can be yours POLAROID LAND CAMERA make clear, sharp pictures In only 10 seconds 1 Snap it Pull a tab There's your print 10 seconds! That's all it takes with the Polaroid Land Camera, to get the greatest thrill that photography has to offer! Imagine — the Polaroid Land process gives you a finished photograph in less time than it has taken you to read this paragraph! 10 new paid-in-advance subscriptions to "Jewish Ftaridian I are all you need to get this fine camera free! "Jewish Floridian Britain Considen OK Of Worid Agnement B-G Satisfied With Talks Outlawing Genotide • :v:s ~rT"j r Akftd Sd* .I Aiar -7KJMS Sum %  & What could be simpler? Just secure 10 new, paid-in-advance one-year subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian at $5 each. Turn in subscription forms and cash—and this Polaroid camera is yours. Renewals of subscriptions which have been in effect any time in 1961 DO NOT COUNT. For an additional 3 new subscriptions on the same basis — 13 in all — you will receive not only the camera, but the complete kit: carrying case, wink light, two rolls of fim and filter! (Dade and Broward County Subscriptions Only) SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE REDEEMABLE AT ANY TIME! ORGANIZATIONS now participating in The Jewish Floridian subscription program may elect to take either cash or camera. YOU CAN'T LOSE! If you for any reason have fewer than 10 subscriptions which you would like to redeem, you may do so for a valuable premium! EMPLOYEES of the Jewish Floridian and their tamlUei are not eligible to partlolpate. THIS OFPER may be Withdrawn at any time after Dec. 31, 1M1. FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION & OFFICIAL SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS, CONTACT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE AT 120 N.E. 6th STREET PHONE FR 3-4605 or Write P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Florida



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Friday, December 1, 1961 t'Jen isti /Tfarfftrfffann Paq-e 3-A Judge's Appointment Imminent' % % %  iniii! 'I he api ; of Ji .' Libert two m u ,; F ri la I %  %  al J are< Wednesdaj Sources in the White House extremely close to Presi Kennedy told The Jewish Floridian b> telephone We et "we are r.ot denj ing But thej would not o on record that the appointment was ;i delinile thinu. Simonkoff to Speak ll %  rj Simo hoff. i iliami • %  will be ; a lu*: of the Mian i at the R "Nevertheless, Jewish Flcridian. it is a fair guess," the sources told The "While it would be a mistake to publish Judge Dubbin's appointment as a certainty, you'd be putting us on the spot lo say it was not." Judge Dubbin has been a Municipal Judge for the past 14 years here. He had been the choice of U.S. Sens. George Smathers and Spessard Holland for the new vacancy. The other appointment was recently filled by David W. Dyer, law partner in the Alia mi firm Of Smathers. Thompson and Dyer. Samuel Gertner (left), executive director of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and Benjamin G. Kline, member of the anniversary gala committee, ponder a point of planning for the event which will take place Saturday, Dec. 23, at the Fontainebleau. The gala is part of the hospital's Anniversary Week, celebrating completion of 12 years of Mt. Sinai community service and cooperation. Mt. Sinai Anniversary Week Slates Special Events Beginning Dec. 17 Mt. Sinai Hospital Anniversary Week ha:been announced for Dec. 17 to 23 to highlight the completion 0l 12 years Of Mt. Sinai operation i. a community hospital. .1 Gerald Lewis, president. Wednesday appointed Hank Meyer a< chairman of the "Week." Kick-off of the event will be a holiday party sponsored by the it ol trustees on Sunday. Dec. 17, tor all hospital employees and their families. Included in special events during the "Week" will be luncheons and dinners honoring the med-cal staff, trustees and their guests, the press, radio and television, and special tributes to Mt. Sinai volunteers. sday, Dec. 19. has been set aa special Jay for the com arge Scheduled are two one at 10 a.m., and one at • % %  % %  <-, %  • %  > n nubile is in• %  be cli naxed with a program in Wolfson Auditorium of the hospital, and will feature the film. "Preface to a Life." The "Week" will be concluded with an Anniversary Ball on Saturday evening, Dec. 23. in the Grand ballroom of the Fontainebleau hold. Honorary co • chairmen serving with Meyer are Max Orovitz, chairman of the hospital board, and Gerald Lewis. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. president of the hospitals Women's Auxiliary, and Mrs. Ben Novack are co-chairmen of the ball. Agudath Israel Joint Meeting A joint meeting of the Men's Club and Sisterhood of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will be held at 7811 Carlyle ave. on Monday evening. Herman Weintraub. president of the Men's Club and Mrs. Rose Siegfried, president of the Sisterhood, announced this week The meeting will decide the definite date and place of the installation of the organizations' new ofAlso to be discussed are the date and place of the dedicatedn of two Scrolls presented to Agudath Israel by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Molbegat. 7915 Byron ave.. and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Yasser, 505-75th st. Proceeds for Religious School Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Iraelite Center will hold a Chanuka latke card party on Sunday. 6 p.m.. in the Social Hall. 3198 SW 24th ler. Co-chairmen for the affair are Mrs. George Kessier and Mrs. Etta Rcgatz. Mrs. George Graham is ticket chairman. Proceeds are i for the religious school. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGf 0 needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds go low.rdt support of the Horn.. You may contribute take • tax deduction or we will pay c.sh for s.me. Remember we *r NOT profit-making organization W. are helping your community to keep its dignity. By helping others yoj are helping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can use all your outcasts or misfits. Pease call us for earlypick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 3-2338 Closed Saturdays Card Party Wednesday Card party and social evening will be held by Tifereth Israel Sisterhood in the Social Hall. 6500 No. Miami ave, on Wednesday starting at'8:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs Rose G I and Mrs. 1 v Burnstein Won't Let Jews Out Continued from Page) 1-A beware against worsening the un| employment situation. The latest list of persons whose property has been ordered "sequestrated" contains 29 names, most of them Jewish. The new list brings the total number of such confiscations to 622 since the launching of Nasser's new "socialization" campaign. Now it's easy to get to the RACES at Tropical Park TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only gives stronger, faster relief from pain of headache out is also safer. Won't upset tha •tomach and has no bad effects. You ee. Anacin is like a doctor's prescription. That is, Anacin contains not just one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved no single drug can give such strong yet such safe relief as Anacin Tablets. DAILY THROUGH JANUARY 16 POST TIME 1:15 Bus Service Direct to Track When should you buy Life Insurance The best time is when you are young because then annual premiums are low. But many young married men face a dilemma. 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Poo€ : "Jen isr FkridHar Friday, Efrfr.-.ier 1961 BEST .-. SHES FOR ----:HANUKA "We tducate for Successful Gracious Living" SCHOOL 1010 West Ave. Miam; Beach JE 1-0606 230C b'scc>r>e boulevard, rriami, Horida, fRanklin 4-4781 V\ay :ne Happiness of This Festive Season of CHANUKA The -eas" c* Cz-z es Gladder the -es-s of AH Jew "One of JM? Notion's Qldzs* and lorges/" J Federal Avmcs <%d LOAN ASSOCIATION T>* MIAMI .-•*•-; *J • •^ W U If ION. f-n*t J Our Resources Exceed 175 Million Dollars Gfi EE s i ... THE DAWSONS VARTIN DOUGLAS DONALD INDUSTRIAL PLASTIC MOLDERS, INC. INJECTION MOULDING MOLD MAKING 680 W. 18th St., Hialeah TU 7-7428 QUALITY CUSTOM MADE SLIP COVERS AND DRAPES Bed Spreads, Draperies, Etc. REASONABLE PRICES 5149 SW 8th STREET Ph. 448-0466 BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON FLEEMLX It! ILDI IIS "HtEMAN BUILT MtANS BtTTtR BUILT' 2139 N.W. 7th Street TO A.L OPEE'iNGS FIVE POINT PAINT & HARDWARE STORE QUALITY PAINTS BRUSHES COME IN BROWSE AROUND 15,000 ITEMS OF HARDWARE 1264 Coral Way FR 4-6441 SEASON'S GREETINGS BISCAYNE SCOOTER SERVICE SCOOTER & SMALL MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS SPEEOWOIK • CUSTOM PAINTING 13640 NW 7th AVE. MU 1-5823 SEASON S GREET NGS ARCHITECTURAL GLASS PRODUCTS Phen FR 3-6213 INCORPORATED 552 556 N.W. FIFTH STREET Cablo Addrtss— Carolgls Search for a Lost Chanuka Manuscript Continued from Page ID B. Gau... rned. Da The esti yed all her The Chinese esti >.. i %  • rj sacred et, art work ^nd religious tract in Tibet. the holy things, it seem-. are vulnerable. All the sacred labors are more tenuous than ordinary, and enjoy only the most ephemeral guarantees of perpetuity. Two Temples in Jerusalem went in a comparatively short time The holy ritual objects were appropriated, and according to some constitute the real treasures of the Roman Church. The ritual objects that are not destroyed physically are generally precarious as possessions They are hard to hold They seem to have a life of their own. and make own '.ravel routes, as if moving to whatever place they are most required. I have always known this in the •act, but i| has been tl irs thai have allowed i -•.:;.. through perperience. to the validity of the : jects oi ritual, obcts : some%  final ;• j.o. After all. could the Temple t stayed nger than it During those last two year* .: most all such objects as I have collected — Hebraic and Tibetan in particular—have fled, been stolen or misappropriated, i r whatever term one might wish to superimpose upon their exit. Not only objects, but many important GREETINGS TO ALL MIRACLE MILE COFFEE SHOP "JUST GOOD FOOD" Courteous Service 56 MIRACLE MILE Coral Gables TO ALL GREETINGS DINNER KEY BOAT SHOP ECAT REPA -5 Hanger A — Santana Dinner Key Ph. 443-6343 GREETINGS B. & j. T.V.& RADIO SERVICE TV. & RADIO REPAIRS SERVICE & QUALITY PARTS 347 PALM AVE. Ph. 888-2561 JOHN STRATMAN Prime Meats 572 N.E. 125th Street PLaza 4-8472 Chanuka Greetngs to Al Irw n W u"** Arriving in Israel ;above>, the land of freedom, where tha Maccabees some 2,000 years ago launched the miracle thai was to be Chanuka. At home (below) at last. 5. key I I literally •' %  a t< av< and literally Lise of the uncanniness ol the circumstances, to pr vent th<.Departure. 1 hope I :.: r*v in*ended art.cle shows up. If it does. maybe we'll : : matter will be receive betttt next Chanuka be a hundred than this Char a i better Continued or "soe 7-3 CHUCK HALL TRAVEL SERVICE 975 Arthur Godfrey Road CHARLES McLCON, Executive Vice President Happy Chanuka to All TO ALL GREETINGS CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY COMMERCIAL — INDUSTRIAL Air Conditioning — Wiring — Alterations 6 Repairs PERRINE 8508 SW 129th Terrace Perrine CE 5-3616 -O. TAY GREETINGS BRANNING INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. INSURANCE FOR ALL COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL REQUIREMENTS 35 NW 27th AVE. NE 3-6971 TO ALL GREETINGS RUSSELL'S RADIATOR SERVICE AUTO RADIATOR REPAIRS FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE. 2281 West 4th Avenue aleah Ph. 885-9159