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iFewiislli Floiriidlmn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 34 — Number 49 Miami, Florida. Friday. December 8, 1961 Three Sections — Price 20c Charge Chaos In American Jewish Life NEW YORK (JTA) — The arge that American Jewry is sufti ring lrom "overorganized chaos, I. .iding to overtappoig. waste of I lanpower and efforts." was voiced lure this week at a dinner of the Zionist Organization, of America in tribute to Dr. Emanuel Neumann, honorary president of the ZOA aid member of the Jewish Agency executive, in recognition of his 50 \ t ars of leadership to the Zionist c.uise. Dr. Neumann was presented with the ZOA Herzl Gold Medallion awarded each year to an individual judged to have rendered the most! outstanding service to the cause! o! Zionism. More than 1,000 Zionist leaders and key workers in the metropolitan area and other parts of the country attended the $100-aplate dinner, the proceeds of which v. ill go towards the American Zionist Fund to finance the expanded ZOA program. Principal speakers at the dinner iduded Israel Foreign Minister Colda Meir; Michael S. Comay, Istael Ambassador to the United Nations; Dr. Nahum Goldmann, presidenl <>f the World Zionist Organi/ ion. Max Bressler. president of the ZOA. who presided; Rabbi Irv Israel Can't Better Ties With Reds, Gurion Says DR. tMANUEL NEUMANN ... years of service TF.L AVIV—(JTA)—"There is nothing Israel ( in .! to improve relations with the Soviet Union under present circumstances Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion declared here. "Whatei %  ; !-'. only be held against her by Moscow," he adde I The Prime Minister spoke at the traditional annual dinner with ediUnited Nations, was also attended tors and foreign correspondents. by hii h government and army ofThe dinner, marking this year the fj CPr < ; %  • the course oi a 14th iiiiici. uiaiuiu i"" j.u. % % %  ficer-. i" tl'.e course oi a m pursue Jewish cultural activities freely, and are given genuine %  lection against anti-Semitism by their government. Dr. Moses Rosen. Chief Rabbi of Rumania, reported here this week Dr. Rosen, son of the late Rabbi I d and stimu a e d Abraham Rosen, is a 49-year-old directly encourag e Lumanian-born scholar. He is here from above, by the government, (or a 10-week series of lectures in ilself Novv the reverse is true, j higher Jewish studies at Yeshiva of course, decades of officially University's Bernard Revel Gradsponsored anti-Semitism PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — Prof. Arnold J Toynbee. the British historian accused of tendentious comments on the Jewish religion and Israel, was accused by an American Jewish scholar this week ot having done it again. Prof. Toynbee had been invited by the Jewish Quarterly Review, published by the Drops.e College. Soviet relations !o present his views in a "scholarthat Israel had was justified for a variety of reasons. 4. Dag Hanimarskjold. the late United Nations secretary general, was just and reasonable, and there is no justification for a negative attitude toward him. 5. The best of the eight governments he has headed was the provisional one which he was unable to reconstitute after the elections last August. He said there were two main factors in the question of IsraelOne was the fact only one vote in A n xi e t y was particularly strong in Constantino, where the Jewish population has dipped from 17,000 before the Algerian independence struggle began to about 5,000 now. The 12.000 who departed went to France or Israel. Some went to Algiers where their security situation was considered less dangerous. The remainig Jews in Constantine, expressing fears that the phyi sical attacks were taking on a spe i cific anti-Jewish character, were reported ready to emigrate. An additional factor in this decision was reported to be the increasing penetration by Moslems into all administrative offices and i article the United Nations compared with,, wUTpears FIAMS*. U Middle East Arab countries gerUn trade and industry, under the title, -Jewish Rights in and that there were -0.000.000: uate School. His inability to arrive at no more than an educated estimate of the number of Jwv in Rumania was cited by Rabbi Rosen as proof of the protection given i"he Jews in his country now by the Rumanian Government. He explained that no official document whatever is permitted to indicate any citizen's ethnic origin or religious affiliation. 1 traces of this tendency among some of the people But education on Palestine." The article was answered in the same issue by Dr. Solomon Zeitlin, professor of rabbinical literature at Dro||sie College, who said the new Toynbee article did "not conform to scholarly standards either in form or substance. It bears no documentation; none of the allegations is based on primary sources, and it is marred by numerous historical inaccuracies of an elementary character." Arab voices in the world as against 2.000.000 Hebrew-speaking people. The second factor was that there Continued on Page 6-A Many Algerian Jews, alter receiving threats from Moslems, have responded by packing up and departing after selling their homes and shops to the Moslems. Leningrad Leader Denies Espionage Charge in Court PARIS-(JTA.-Gedal.a Pechersky, the Leningrad lay Jewish ??&tKr,s^|K^^ r %  — i "' wmaiio r each,ng h,s Continued on Page 3-A week __ Continued on Paoe 2 A 'Blanket of Silence' Seen in Soviet NEW YORK (JTA) Sen. Jacob K. Javits. New York Republican, declared this week on his enrolreturn from Russia that, "a blanket .'mount of ma'.zot con-! of si.ence has fallen.on the entire The Jewish populahon estimate ibased, he said, on synagogue attendance, ment; fhe amount oi mi** !" \ !" — Soviet sumed annually, and the records of Jewish commumtv of the Jewish burial and cemetery sociUnion, eties The Senator spent nine days in "On the official level." he stated. Russia '" ^^^/^ Z"I can say categorically that an tisibil.ty £ J^^funUed Semitism no longer exists in Rutv.een %  h cution of Jewish religious leaders in Moscow and Leningrad. "Aside from what I could analyze, it was very difficult to get much information. However, there is no inhibition on actual attendance or worship" at synagogues "but a veil of silence falls when there are any inquiries about arrests or reasons for arrests." He said he felt that "the purpose Mr. Pechersky was shown photographs at the trial in which he was pictured conversing with members of the I.-rael Embassy Testifying in his own defense, he said that the photographs were taken at a e warning formal reception which he attended ,> „ !" „ onl urtu in his capacity as Jewish community representative with knowledge oi Sovie! authorities. He insisted he was a loyal citizen and that he violated any law. of the crackdown on Jewish reli-.of anti-Semitism." gious leaders is that the Soviet not tolerate any emigration of Jews to Israel or any agitation to that purpose, which is symptomatic Of had not a closed and anti-religious society The Senator also expressed the belief that "it is very important, for world opinion to express its] disapproval of the manifestations of the closed nature of Soviet so. The Soviet Union is very sensitive to anything that smacks The prosecutor then asked him if he was a Zionist. To this he replied that he did not belong to any party or organization, but that as an Orthodox Jew it was mandatory for him, in accordance with Jewish custom Continued on PageS-A



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Page 2-A t'Jenist flcridliain Friday, December 8, 13G1 Rumania lews are Free, Rabbi Say* Continued fron Page 1-A the present government in the direction of bringing the people out; %  • • anti-Semitic past i ior to World War II. he said. there were about 800.cu) .lews in about v:r~'-' re annihflalRumanian Fascistand Gerntan Nazis The Jews in trie counfure, their own theatres performing in Yiddish. He cited as an example the fact that the drama, "T h e Diary of Anne Frank," translated into Yiddish, has now rwn for 300 performances in Bucharest. Raool himself !" eons a m mthlj religious newspaper, with a circulation ol 5,000 copies, printo( leading Jewish religious leaders in Leningrad and ftgoscow, !;. sen said he had not seen reports until he ajJtived Sundaj Hebrew and Yid[rv | reported, have their ed in Rumanian, own r | ration ol Jewish Relidish, News ol Interesl to Jews There are about from all over the work!, he potntcl g ies ::; about 100 Jewish out in a copy of his newspaper, is Prjzeeds for Veterans Members of the Han;. | e Auxiliary, Jewish War \ hold a luncheon at l Fjr> R< bleau bote! on Tues ce i= will be use t for •> he cqunti ichaprinted in the paper, including ittation of veterans in th Rep. James Roosevelt headed the program at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital dinner to help raise funds for completion of the upper three floors. Judge Sam I. Silver was chairman of the gala event. Roosevelt Lists U.S. Health Needs Hep. .lames Roosevelt ID.-Calii stressed the need for "new c Mcepts in medical car." and put "a broad program of health insurance under the Social Security system" at the top ot the list o: urgent U.S. needs today. Speaking at a benefit dinner for the new Cedars of Lebanon Hos pital last Wednesday, he emphacedars board chairman. S;a:i! sized these points: "We must ?rv to ovsrc?"*? the cosrly time iag between res*jeh and '.he aaplicarion of ressarch the congressman said, emphasizing the high expense of medical care. Judge Sam I. Silver introduced the noted California Democrat. • The United States has dropped to 10th place in the prevention of infant mortality. • Cancer deaths that could be prevented number 40.000 a year in the United States, and deaths from rheumatic heart diseases. 20.000 a year. • Although the Salk anti-polio vaccine is in its seventh year, there are still 80 million people in the I'nited States who have not had the recommended four shots. • Tuberculosis, a disease ger. crally considered under control. hits 60.000 new victims in this country each year. • To keep medical care at present levels, the number ot doctors will have to be doubled In the next 10 years. Myers, told the audience that the newest community hospital had gone past the hall-way mark in its levelopment fund program, with some S2.000.000 still to be raised for completion of the top three fkors ot the structure. Honorary cha'rman of the dinner was Col. Nathan Rood, and Mrs Sidney Lew:.was chairman the women's committee. 'Chug Ivri' to Meet Next meeting )f "Chug Irvi." Hebrew discussion group of North Miami Beach, will be held at Temple Ner Tamid on Tuesday evening. A question and answer period will follow a talk or. "Life in Israel" by Jacob SpUlman, and Martin I Taub"s presentation of "Israel's Economy has 4.' synagogues. \n the Great Synagogue of Bucharest, where Dr. Rosen offi" ciates, the attendance at the weekly Sabbath service on Fric'ay nights runs between 800 and 1,000 worshippers, he said. There are Talmud Torahs in all >h communities, he added. 10 if them, i.i Bucharest. Talmud Tcrah tuition is free There is a yeshiva at Arad, headed by a wellknown scholar, Rabbi Shimon MilNot only rabbis but ritual %  rers are trained there. Dr.; % %  : said Rumanian Jewry, he stated, is supplied with all its religious having a sufficient number, of prayer shawls, prayer books. Bibles and other Holy works. Five years ago, he said, the Rumanian Jews received from Switzerland 2'J.000 prayer books and Bibles. From Israel, the Jews Peceive! every year etrogim and lulavim j needed for Sukkoth holidays. A factory at Klausenberg bakes 800.000 pounds of matzot each year. The Government has set aside special vineyards for grapes used tor kosher wines. There are special state! stores handling only meats that are kosher. Jewish ecclesiastical officials, from rabbis and kosher slaughterers to teachers, receive Government salaries plus subsidies paid from the Jewish religious community's income, the Chief Rabbi said. Culturally, the Jewish people have their own literacms from the Jewish Telegraphic ncy \-k;'ii whether he had printed any of the recent reports about the arrest and imprisonment Gables VA Hospital. "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION FOB YOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. "AIT" • 'iAUr "NAT" TOUI TEXACO 10ft Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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Friday, December 8. 1961 fJenist ncridliari Page 3-A To Consecrate Community House Jack A Cantor, honorary vice Of the Temple. ;inrl 1 I dore Hecht. vice president ol 'he Temple and business and philanthropic leaders of Miami and Miami B iach, are serving as co-chairoi the Living Menu,rial D opmenl Fund. John Serbin, w I philanthropic leader an I honorary president of the Temple, .• a mi tnber of this committee Jack Wagner, a member of the Board of Directors, head.up C il the Campaign knov n i; :: lil lers' Committee," which its Ol the following member-: tan \rkin, Dr. William Bernstem, .lack M. Fink. Alvin Lowe, Kaplan. Tom Kravit/., Philip Schlissel, Joseph : Dr. Leo Levin and Seymour Silverman. Rabbi Leon Kronish will conI leremonies sembly Hall, with seating for 350; a board and auxiliary room for Beech Attorney to Speak Jewish Scholar Doubts Toynhee Expertise 3SK?S:BK ifsr&ni %  the Rabbi's Study and offices for Tues ung al a Beth David .. .. u the general administration staff. Young Adults meeting at Beth Da\ Honed by personal bias which may ""JgJ ^J^ s hl> arch „, c H ler will dis< his re make them attractive as arl bilt [ or the New Community House trip to Israel on the United Jewish they are dangerously misleading." Building 'Appeal young le adership mis Cora! Way Jewish Center has inaugurated a Student Council program in the Sunday school. Elected as representatives to the Counil were front row (left to right) Alan Levtne, %  wyr. Solomon, Janis King, Debbie Putteiman, Marilyn Kaufman, Jeffrey Ncdel, Jerry r.e. Second row are Louis Fogel, Steven [ allack, Jeff fiirschbergef, Robert Krcnz, Ted Zellman, Karen Williams, secretary, Alan Gruber, president, Larry Pepper, treasurer, Jean Neuman, Harold Bluestein, Bill Kaufman, Sheldon Koningsberg. Third row are Jeromo Schulman, teacher advisor, Rabbi Samuel April, and Kenneth M. Feldman, director of Sunday school. The final hours of (lianuka. the Festival of Rededication, will also mark the consecration ot the ground for the new Temple Beth Sholom Community House on Sunday, according to an announcement by James M. Albert, Temple pre.-, dent. The ceremony will take place at noon, immediately following a special Chanuka pageant and celebration by the children ol the Belli Sholom school. Louis I-'. Snetman, campaign chairman, said that construction has already begun for the New Community House, which will include: a library of 5.000 volumes ranging from historic Judaica to juvenile works for religious school Students; an audio-visual material (inter complete with motion pictures, records, film strips and advanced equipment': a religious ACo r 'inued from Page 1 A -lint where .-.raD popular %  ol i %  m ti 1 ~ "human r 2b > their homes pr< perty override all other its b cases where claims conit.'" He conceded that Jews, as he only surviving representative prc-Arab inhabitants of Pal: ave a "further claim" but in so far as it can be imple-. ented without injure to the rights l legitimate interests of the na\rah population." Dr. Zeitlin documented bis refrom basic Christian. Moslem, ish. Roman and Arabic sourcPALMER I MEMORIALS "Micml'i Only Jewish Monument Bulldert" S H. PALMBR| Exclusive Dea'or 'ROCK CF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To I've in HaartiWo liv Behind I-. lo live Forever. iroi? niare Scheduled Unveilings SUKDAY, DEC. 10, 1961 Mt. Nebo Cemetery DR. MAURICE ROSE, 11 a.m. Rabbi frvins Lehman "May Their Soull Remote in Eternal Pence'" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8h Street HI 44)921 Phones HI 44)922 e.s. He noted that Christians have restricted their claim of holiness in Palestine only "to the places ol Jesus' birth and burial The .Mohammedans hardly mention Palestine in their sacred book, the Koran, which focuses on Mecca lie emphasized that only the Jews have through the ages regarded Palestine "as the center ot their religion." Discussing Jewish historical claims, Prof. Zeitlin noted that the Jewish people have never left Palestine totally, were recognized by '.he Roman conquerors as rightful citizens, maintained recognition of their rights under Turkish rule and regained full recognition in the 1917 Balfour Declaration, then under the British Mandate, and finally under the 194S United Na | tions recommendation. Prof. Toynbee argued that the UN had no jurisdiction to partition Palestine, which he called an act of "interference" in Palestine's "internal affairs." Dr. Zeitlin, in response, traced the history of the period from the Balfour Declaration to the UN recommendation to prove that the UN c"d have jurisdiction. Dr. Zeitiin cited this Toynbee argument as evidence that the British historian's "animus toward Israel leads him from illogical positions to absurdity." Dr. Zeitlin expressed skepticism Shout Dr. foyubee's insistence he v..is not anti-Semitic commenting that "he certainly has a distaste for Hebrew and he has no interest in Hebrew literature.He quoted Dr. Toynbee as admitting he was -ignorant of the rabbinical Jewish literature and of the Jewish philosophy that flourished in an early Islamic and a medieval Western cultural environment, '"two areas in which Dr. Toynbee has the reputation of being an expert." Dr Zeitlin concluded that Dr. Toyn'bee's writings were "condiLoffce Party Sunday Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will hold a latke party on Sunday. 5 p m at 6500 N. Miami ave The production. 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Page 4-A +Je*ist nbifJ h fJ Friday, December 8, l%\ ~-'(lio.n ai '.•.' %  v B Plxtti > %  • % %  %  Miami Florida. Second-Clas Postage !':>>i at Miami, FToridi The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agenc>. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. v %  i .: lots not guarantee th< Kaahruth •!,•• merchandise advert -•• %  I In It* i i in n ISRAEL Bl'REAU — Telephone 42861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5 00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 49 Friday, December 8, 1961 1 Tebet 5722 Appeal to President A great moment in history is in the offing. The court that tried him resumes its session Monday to read the verdict in the case of Adolf E i c h m a n n vs. the conscience of humankind. Before the opinion has been tead, Robert Servatius, the defense attorney, already announced this week that he will appeal on the basis of the Israel court's incompetency. The defendant, himself, was at the same time quoted as believing that he will not live to his 57th birthday. He is now 56. Dr. Servatius says Eichmann bases his belief on the prophetic abilities of a gypsy, who foretold this end. It is strange that another Adolf in the form of another madman, Adolf Hitler, fashioned his own political destiny in the image of an astrologer's warning against invading England. Had Hitler heeded his military advisers instead, the course of modern history might well, and sadly, have turned otherwise. We do not mean to imply Eichmann is wrong. It will be up to the court to render the decision. But even the court, as Dr. Servatius declared this week, will not have the final say. He plans to appeal all the way to President Ben-Zvi. His ground? Clemency. To quote from a great oratorio by George Frederic Handel: "And the children of Israel sighed." (Exod. 2:23). /ERpiCT? (§ mwim Jtews TWejEKHmtH wwcz Achievement of an End A man and an idea will be honored at a Cedars of Lebanon Hospital tribute next week. The man is the late Abe Aronovitz, former Mayor of Miami. The idea is a goal: the massive dedication to the eradication of heart disease. Both are memorialized in the Abe Aronovitz Heart Pavilion at Cedars, which will constitute the fourth floor of this city's newest hospital facility when it is completed. The name of Abe Aronovitz is synonymous with the qrowth and development of Greater Miami. During his lifetime, his devoted contributions to the area's political, civic, and cultural alfairs helped bring Miami out of its swaddling clothes into the era of its maturing destiny. Mr. Aronovitz had many political foes; most men in their fight for right have such foes. His capacity for victory inevitably saw his ideas triumph. One major battle Mr. Aronovitz lost was his contest against the physical ailment that felled him. Heart disease is a principal enemy of ours. In his continuing determination to eradicate what was wrong in the social order of which he was a part, we believe Mr. Aronovitz would have identified himself with the forces determined to liquidate so formidable an enemy as heart disease. It is the measure of the man that, even in death, he will be achieving this end in the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Abe Aronovitz Heart Pavilion. continues in the form of upbuilding of the land. Modern Zionism, itself, is hardly more than a half century old. But the land of Israel has lain fallow through 2,000 years of Jewish dispersion. In this regard, transforming the land to verdancy and fruitfulness is a long and uphill task. The Jewish National Fund is dedicated to this task; indeed, the Jewish National Fund has been dedicated to it since the early days of Aliyah. The JNF's blue-and-white "pushke," and the lapel boutonniere as a symbol of giving, are a part of most every Jewish memory today. These performed yeoman service in the pioneering years. These, in many instances, were the sole signs of a Jewish homeland in Palestine still to be born. The Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami is part of this organization and this past. The 15th annual dinner here Sunday proves the Council's durability in the face of Israel's continuing land reclamation need. Durability of the JNF The Jewish National Fund will hold its 15th annual banquet Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau hotel. Gov. George Leader, of Pennsylvania, is expected to bring a message of importance to guests at the function. With the State of Israel in its Bar Mitzvah year of existence, one of her major problems Saying the Same Thing Zionist leaders throughout the world have honored Louis Lipsky on the occasion of his 85th birthday and Dr. Emanuel Neumann's 50 years of service to the cause of Zionism. It is interesting that the function for Dr. Neumann became the ground for the charge that chaos has seized Jewish communal life in America. The luncheon in honor of Mr. Lipsky also saw the development of a devastating if mildlyworded rebuke. The difference between the two was simply that Mr. Lipsky is 85. In remarking on his self-retirement from Zionist endeavor during the past decade, and since the emergence of the State of Israel, Lipsky commented that it is never good to fight to the bitter end. For all ends, he declared, are necessarily bitter. This is not so at all, and no one knows it better than Mr. Lipsky himself. But to sharpen his point about bitter ends he added that the luncheon table around him "is an animated picture of the value of this belief." Clearly, Mr. Lipsky meant more than the purpose of Zionism after Israel. He meant his own role in Zionism, and he meant Zionism in America today. In another part of New York, at another testimonial. Dr. Neumann was, in fact, saying the same thinq. For if Zionism has any function at all in our time, it is precisely to cope with the chaos that has seized us. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN FY ESTEEM has sadly dedined among members of the community critics corp s Tirmie was when I could rate myself its honorary j| n >t activas president. This group looks at just about everything through the most indes ably jaundiced eyes In retrospect, it seems to me that [ have mellowed over the yean But the %  • i I community critics corps takes violent exception to "mellow" as a proper descriptive term for my evolving viewpoint. Ycu must understand that these are no peace corpsmen. As they see it. I have merely de from the critical elite to the unspeakable ranks of whining complainer The aristocracy from which I have slipped can slice a man in a neat riposte without his knowing he has been wounded. Bj parison. the complainer is gross ;u\<\ unsophisticated. He is -mply the sort who can not. or will not. be satisfied. But his criticism sorrowfully, is less artful than noisy. In addition, his mor< mental sin is the pettiness of his complaints. Well, that's not exactly accurate either. It is not his con that arc petty; it i> what he complains about that the e< s corps holds to be insignificant and unworthy of the dedicated talents of a properly critical corpmsman. In self-defense, I can merely arguo'thvat I really don't ki i is significant any longer. My father used to elaborate on thi discussions of the students in the "Bes Medresh," who would lurn from their Talmudic "pilpul" to examine a | ibtle military maneuver the Russian Czar's armj shou d ite on the occasion ol its next engagemei forces dt Imperial Japan. •• •:• -:• TXl PROFOUND WISDOM OF POLITICS llf'TH A STABBING forefinger, my fatjber would describe graphical limits of a battlefield in the palm ol his adopting the voice and demeanor of the students he burlesqi • the Czar's nun should move here." he would say, tracing a line. "Then, as a countermeasure, the Japanese will mi i the tactician in him predicted, sing song, in the style of one imn I in reading Hebrew commentary, his finge*T this time drawn circle. "And that's all." my father would end, his hand, before a flat battlefield, now closed into a fist imprisoning the forefinger, to prove the ruin of the Japanese army irrevocably and forever. The Bes Medresh" students, perfectly at ease in the logic of their military maneuvering, and assured that they had momentarily relaxed by solving a problem not less significant even if more modern — than those in the yellowing pages before thcin. would return refreshed to their scholarly chores. It might be wise here to recall the real outcome of the R ISSO Japanese conflict of 1905. The Czar lost But the issue was case an important one: politics always are. Indeed, to appea found, it is a continually wise practice to discuss politics. I believe that even the elite community critics corps would ague with this. 01 would they' Would they, for example, consider that a drayd'l is a properly deep enough for the likes of a critics corpsman? I out of hand the popular spelling of "dreidtel" as a confused com to transliterated Polish-style Yiddish.) -:••: %  ... THE POLITICAL NATURE Of THE DRAYD'L QNCE MORE AT the risk of being called a complainer. I hei ^ set down my objection to the modern day drayd'l. In I childhood, a drayd'l was what its name implies — a small object can spin. Made of lead, and most mane lously weighted, we could set them whirling with a whine on their tips or end-up. The more talented among us had two or even three spinning at once. The most talented launched them in the air and watched them, well before the age. fall into orbit, so to speak, to cont inue spinning on a table 9f the ground. Come Chanuka. we really played draydlach. The drayd'l today is a plastic monstrosity, colorful, but without cunning. Twirl it. let it loose, and you ob> serve a lumbering graceless mass roll crazily with a clatter on its side. Is this not an insult to the ritual of Chanuka? Assuming that you agree, you also may well argue: How ; the ridiculous drayd'l of today a political issue, that is. one worthy of a community critics corpsman's attention".' You caused it to spring, fullblown, from the Russo-Japanese War as an example ol a w< problem. But this does not. in itself, your argument may conti make the drayd'l either political or weighty. Of course, and this is my main complaint: that the drayd'l has no weight worthy of mention. And as a matter o the drayd'l is, sadly, all too political. THE STRANGEST KIND Of CHANUKA I HAVE NEVER seen such a Chanuka as the Chanuka n celebrate today. There are Chanuka greeting cards, and Mei rah displays with gifts stacked so high that the candleflicker fo of air. and pageants in the public school, and presents each night of the eight days, and crepe paper decorations, and gold Mogen Dovid mobile^ fashioned more like Stars of Beth lehem. The greeting cards are in the innocuous and. for Jews, meaningless tradition of the Christmas season. The Menorah displaywith the gifts make me want to burst forth in a hemisemidemiquaver of "O Tanenbaum." The pageants in public school, all designed in the interfaith spirit, are meant to counterbalance the emotional 'I to our children wrought by nativity scenes. The nightly presents are intended to outdo the Christmas ho liday. itself, which bears ab solutly no historic or religious relation ship to Chanuka except the accident of near-simultaneous occurrence. The decorationspe* for themselves. Where are Mattathias and Judah (" "Who is like Unto Thee in the universe. O Lord?") and Antiochus in ;i II their allegorical n,. They are gone — banished in the nam? of strengthening the young against the psychic blow delivered by time Jewish bar to participation in Christmas. i n fact. Chanuka todayhas emerged as a sort %  adult Jewish compensation: it ameliorates the guilt many Jews feel for imposing such deprivations on their children. All of this, traceable to the suburb, an need for universal identification with mass mediocrity and mass mores, is doubtlesslj P' ical. Many sociological Jews must surely agree. Hence the pl s ^ c drayd'l. And may my erstwhile compatriots on the communw critics corps make the most of it — even, if whining complaint in tbeir eyes it be.



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Fridayi December 8. 1961 *Jfti.f FkridH^in Page 5-A Goldmann Describes U.S. Jewish Life as 'Chaotic' Continued from Page 1-A ,, the presentation of the Hcrzl Award. r>. C-a'dmann also said that "i dangerous bureaucratiiation" txicted in American Jewish life. He described this situation at "MM of the greatest weaknesses of American Jewry," adding that "it is the only Jewish community in the world lacking a representative body which does not mean the rule of majority over dissenting minorities but would at least bring about coordination, reasonable discussion of its vital problems and do away with the anarchy as it exists today." Dr. Golmann made his chargi s in setting forth the major prob! loms lacing world Jewry, particularly American Jewry, in strengthening the tics with the State of Is' 1 acl and the iurtherancc ol Jewish education as "the main condition l lor Jewish survival." Ail Ends are Bitter, Says Louis Lipsky, 85 NEW YORK — (JTA) — Louis I pjhy, \eteran Zionist leader, was red this week by top leaders American Zionist movement luncheon marking his 85th Ihday. He was the recipient of i rous messages from leading .1, .,..>-. personalities, including IsPresident Ben-Zvi and Prime jter David Ben-Gunon. Natural Goldmann. president World Zionist Organization. tendered the luncheon in nonMr. Lipsky, emphasized the : portant role which he played in ing up the Zionist movement i: the United States. He called | ., symbol of Zionist continuiAmbassador Michael Comay, read of the Israel delegation to the United Nations, greeted Mr. Lipsky on behalf of the Israel Government and the people of Israel. Premier Ben-Gurion laudtd Mr. Lipsky's devotion to the lionist cause and the effective icle he played in keeping American Jewry alert to the fight for the establishment of a Jewish National Home in Palestine betere the creation of Israel. Lipsky, replying to the tnbdeclared: "I started in the -•. movement with its be^in ( .11 the I'nited States, and 1 1 had ended, when ancement came of the creation o( the Jewish S'.ate. Since then. 1 have hovered on the outskirts of affairs, enjoying the comings and goings of those who are observing the splendor of its growth 1 never believed in fighting to the bitter end because the end of every fight is bitter This luncheon table is an animated picture of the value <>1 this belief." Premier Ben-Gunon dcciarccl in his message: "Your vigor and freshness ol soul a: 85 is >oir.enow symbolic ol the vitality of our people. The richness of your distinguished life as a leading writer, thinker and orator, has had a powerful impact on the form and pattern of the largest center ol Jewry in the world today, which has been one of the prime builders of the Ve-huv and the State." Dr. Goldmann paid tribute t<> %  Dr. Neumann whom he described as "one ol '.he mosl devoted and consistent Zionist leaders who. for decades, has grea'Vy influenced Zionism in America in all its aspects an.; has played an important role in world Zionism." Dr. Neumann was aiso tauded by Israel Premier David Ben-Gunon. who said in a cable from Jerusa| lem: "There is no need to recount ; the valuable work you have done in many fields ol Jewish life. It known to us and appreciated. I esteem your true Zionist qualities ; nd hope that you will be blessed wi h many years of fruitful continuation of this work. The presentation of the Theodor Hcrzl Gold Medal Award is seen by your friends not only as a recognition ol the past but as a landmark pointing to the future."' Dr. Neumann warned against the perils facing the Middle East as a result of the attempts by Arab states in the United Nations to -mpose an unjust solution for the Arab refugee problem. He emphasized that in the 14 years since the adoption of the UN reso| lution "Israel has brilliantly vindicated the hopes of its founders. It has given home and sanctuary to a million refugees and molded them into a flourishing free society with a strong, stable, democratic government." Messages of tribute'to-Dr. Neumann were received at the dinner Irom Jewish leaders in this country, including Dr Abba Ilillcl Silver; Irving Kane, president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds; Joseph Meyerhoff, general chairman of the i'nited Jewish Appeal: Abraham r'einberg, president of the Israel Bond Organization; Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsky, president of Hadassah, and others. Cables were also received Irom numerous personalities in Israel and Irom the General Zionist organizations in Chile. Australia, Uruguay, Ecuador, Peru, Argentina, Bolivia. Mexico. France. England and many other countries hadifhnai Dinner Friday aid S. Hose, president of Temnanu-El Perfect Circle, the • •_:)! ion's organization for married couples, this week ed that the group will celci • Chanuka a! a traditional din he Temple on Friday even IS p.m., in Sirkin Hall. Irving Lehrman will speak Lite Friday evening services will iti the sanctuary. FOUNTAIN DESK PEN SET • For writing comfort and efficiency • lull choice of point .-. \ lea • l'< ifed for home or office ASK FOR No. 112 BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N.E. 59th STREET MIAMI Tel. PL 4-3457 134 N.E. 1st STREET MIAMI Tel. FR 3-5739 STEVENS OFFICE SUPPIY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel. JE 8-7205 %% ,,.. r *i %  | ,M-&->ifk^yi: w:*3*v......-.—. —jt—t{& -•~ %  --^-^j :' %  '' %  > % % %  %  %  ... $Jf, ; v-V-.:.-^ %  i %  Dock Federal a&jt liberal di*Mw*s fo : wHh>?hty t $p^m* stability'. : xtrity tor you t^^o^r^pmiiy. ; %  Open or 086 o four Cade Federal Savings |||g:j account by Dec. Tlth and earn dividends from the lit. 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Vzce E-A fjenist TVcridi&n Friday, Decerr.ber 3 \~i\\ fj Israel Can't Better Ties With Reds ~ B-G Continued from P*ge I A ; -• 3 OOOOO .!• B he S iet a UK I "-• wanti %  iimifutT tor—fully, r t .hich Israi s ier. He hailed Nehru as • >ader who had succeeded in eslatlishing a Into democracy in India but he questioned his qvolrflCO* tior.s as a "neutralist.'' He sa ; d that word could not be genuinely applied to Nehru. He con-pared the Indian leader in that respect with Tito of Yugoslav:* who creeted President BervZvi on his birthday and who maintains relations with Israel. He said Nehru does not maintain such relations, in spite of his de faco recognition of Israel. The Prime Minister added rhat Nehru claimed neutrality while India rrtairv ta'ited membership in the British Commonwealth. Mr Ben-Guriorj stressed H his \.-.: this month to Burma meant a renev al of per] %  ~ier U Nu and former FreSo Win. whom he d.-cribed : :• "t friend* of Iraaid re ard to meetii <-..:. n tne bto had al: Israel. In reply to a question a I i: relation) with C< mi nisi ina, he -aid that I-rael bad recognized the Peipin? regime but t-.aRed f'hina did not appear to I 'aser to reciprocate H pressed the hope that, consi ering good relations between Burma Red China, his \isit to Burma ". promote rapprochement beIween I-raei and Red China. rireply to a question about Africa, he -aid that Israel's attil •' was motivated by three One 'aitbelief !" self( • • rmmation for all peopleThe i d \>.aDiaspora Jewrj — i rung that Israel shouid not ;..< an example to anti-Semites < erywhere that a discriminatory policy tOtt ard Jews was by inferacceptable. The thi-rl was the ties with the neu countries of Asia and Africa. He >aid there might be some "disappoir.tmer.is" in those continents but that there was not another country which enjoyed such tremendous prest.ie in the new A:ro-A.-:3n count did Israel He tc!d another questioner there was no justification for a negative attitude toward the late Dsg Harr.marskjold who, he said, had been just and reasonable. "We had bitter discussions, and there were times when I persuaded him, and he admitted this," the Prime Minister disclosed. "There were times when he ws net persuaded, but this cannot be taken as a negative attitude towards Israel. He was a most able man." The best of the eight governments he has headed, he said in reply to a question. v.as "the one I did not manage to establish.*' a ,-overnment on the same pattern as the caretaker government which included all he considered to be constructive factors in building up Israel. He also discussed, in reply to a question, a substitute through Israel for the Suez Canal. He called this "the old plan" to utilize the difference in altitude between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea a canal that could be used also stage star. Michael Gibson. Carol Seated (left to right) are Jacob Schachter, Abraham Fraidlin, Beryl Morrison, vice chairman, Moshe Berman, executive director, Joseph Zuckerman, chairman, Dr. Isaac Unterman. secretary. Standing 'left to right: are Max B. Astor, Al Silverstein, Mrs. Rebecca Islon, Simon Tetenbaum, Mrs. Miriam Hclperin. treasurer, Louis Mann, Menashe Foldstein, Sam Jackson, David Freecman. Solomon Parness, Dr. Nathaniel Sore". Be.. ;j; n Ta'.madge, Joshua Stadlcn end Dr. Simon Wilensky are not pictured. They ere picturing Dec. 16 meeting in honor ci Kupal Hours here. Editor to Speak At Kupat Holim Celebration Here Farband Branches of Greater Miami and Poale Zion will hold a special celebration in honor of Kupat Holim on Saturday evening. Dec. 16, at the Barcelona hotel. The program will feature, as entertainment, the noted Yiddish for power production. T do not think it can be materialized now. but if the Negev is inhabited then navigation on the Red Sea will be as important as in the Mediterranean and we hope to safeguard free navigation in this sea.'" he -aid However. I am not surewe will not have to fight over it."' Don. coloratura soprano; and Esther Barrett, pianist. Leo Mindlin, executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, will be guest speaker 1 Anshe Ernes Sets Two Celebrations Congregation Anshe Ernes will hold a double celebration Sunday evening at the synagogue. 2533 SW 19th ave.. Miami. The congregation will dedicate the synagogue's newly-rebuilt quarZionist movement, will mark Kupat Kupat Hohm is the medical arm jj the organizational meeting of the Men's Auxiliary of the of Histadrut. The organization curSho e Unit of the Cancer Institute are (seated left to right Mrs, David Klinger, Mrs. Milton Blum, president ci the Shore Ui it and Mrs. Irving Firtel. Standing (left to right] are r. elected officers of the Men's Auxiliary, Dr. Henry Blurr. president; Sidney Raffel, treasurer; and Henry Gewitz, vice President. rcntly embraces a network of 18 •alin Israel. These are fullystaffed and equipped for major surgery, and contain some 2.800 beds. 1.800 ambulances. 850 mobile units to serve border settlements ol pioneers and new immigrants. tuberculoMs centers, convalescent homes, and maternity wards. The Dec 16 event here, under the sponsorship of the local Labor Cancer Unit Sets Men's Auxiliary Past Presidents To be Honored Past presidents of the Temple F.manu-El Brotherhood will h< al a dinner on Wedm ( i ning in Sirkin Hall. Presiding at th I will li Hylan Kout, currenl pre-ident. will be extended by JoM. Upton, nt of the ition, and Dr. Irving Lehrman To be leted are Judge Ir < ypen, Jules p Channin I • • rg, Dr Herman R. Mec Jov itz, and Joseph Abel ters Also -cheduled iinstallation of Brotherhood and Sisterhood officers New officers of the Brotherhood are Rubin Yusko. president; Joseph Abram-on, vice president; Morris Feldman. second vice president; Irving Sacks, treasurer; Max Sussman, corresponding sec retary; and Joseph Picus. financial secretary. For Sisterhood: Mesdames Harry Noodleman. president; Max Hollinger, vice president; Joseph Mills, second vice president; Meyer Shapiro, treasurer; Max Sussman, financial secretary; Morris S %  J. recording secretary; Janetta Roden, corresponding secretary. Rabbi Samuel April, spiritual lleader Of Coral Way Jewish Cen.-. ill be guest speaker and in-taiiing olficer. Holim's 50th anniversary of organization and operation in Israel. Students to Celebrate Under the leadership of Mrs. Milton R. Blum, president, t h e Shore Unit of Panamcolaou Cancer Research Institute at Miami has organized a Men's Auxiliary Purpo-e of the Auxiliary v ill be in the field of early detection of cancer in men. The organization will meet a minimum <>f twice a year and sponStudentattending Temple Emanu-El's religious school classes at the 17th st. and Washington ave. soi at least one annual fund-rai>ing Only." '. classroom building will participate project tor the benefit of the Paed the institute at the Dr. Henry Blum, preside r> Gewitz, vic presi lent Firtel. secretary Sidney : : treasurer; and David Kim. • of special projects First genera! membership ii g of the organization was *< day evening ;.; Southgate > urn. Special lea1.1.' was in can Cancer Societ; film, Leo Ackerman r in a special Chanuka assembly this Sunday morning Youngster; who attend classes at the cons.lion's North Branch building celebrated the holiday last Sunday. Junior Choir, under the direction of Florence Goldnng. will perform. >anicolaou Cancer Research In-ti tute at Miami. At the founding meeting of the Men's Auxiliary held at the home of Col. and Mrs Milton R. Blum op Nov 21, the following officers were elected. Hostessing foi the eveninj tl e Shore Unit Irving Firtel Kantcr, Jacol Leoi Rosen. Maur Jason •nan. Paul A Da\ I Klineer and FIor< i ALL N?W /or '62! An original musical comedy 'fvue CAUGHT r THE ACT KAY CAROLE and Tommy MURRAY FRAWJ 211 22nd St. Miami Beach, Acad. Students To Meet Sunday The 320-student body of the He Academy, ranging from kindergarten through ninth grade, will a father-and-child brunch in the assembly hall of the new building on Sunday at 10 a.m. Each grade will participate in a special Chanuka presentation end "The Menorah of the Ages."' directed by Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Lee Rosenhouse. president of the student body, said that a candleng ceremony will be staged by the students, accompanied by [heir teachers. A traditional latke party and Chanuka games will follow. Shereen Dearr. vice president of the school, is chairman of arrangements She said that special prizes will be given to classes having 100 percent attendance of fathers \ and students. Greetings will be extended by Mrs. Mildred Dearr. president of : the PTA. and Leonard Rosen, chairj j man of the Hebrew Academy board I of directors. Mctro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents Samuel Bronston's Production ~i i : t-ef,t of V •-: G-orS '-""-' I Starts FRIDAY EVENING DEC. 22 8:15 I'.ni. All Scats Reserved Now on Sale or ffice Filmed m 70MM SUP£ TECHNIRAMA" THE MOST EXCITING HUMAN DRAMA THE SCREEN HAS E\ ER TOLD' EXCLUSIVE South Florida Engagement COLONY Theatre Lincoln Rd. Mall at Lenox Ave. Miami Beach Ph. 531-3305 2 SHOWS DAILY MATINlfS — 2 a.m. IVINIMGS — • ••• MAT. (Mon. thru Fri) Front Och. *'• s, ', „Centr Front Orch. and Bole. $31.71 Loo* %  *•" MAT. (Sot. Son. Hols.) Front Orch. *>•'*. ,. 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Friday, December 8, 1961 %  knisff fkridism Refugee Debate Shows Dead on Relief Rolls Continued from Page 1-A Tannous. who. for manj ... v represented the Arab Refu•ifice before this committee. Comay en behalf of Israel, told the committee that "who.er" appeared before the :,roup c:i behaf of the refugees, s*ou Holidays) 410 Arthur Wfcj 0,d Miami Beach. Ft*. Orch. ond Loge $2 80| Orch. ondU* |^1 MAT. &A F &:i^:::-'^ olTJfc I UnlirllIVS .'IL r.... nrfh...*'.' 11 end Holidays) $1.75 Front Orch.. Mail Order* Seal* NOW on £?, tJ £* •! Urn r-9 r%&&$ ^%ts#& Opn 6:45 V.jMn Sortl is the hand-1 •omit ol lovtrs. and ha 0**"^!] victim* t. m ormtefuri \~7f~f\ -Wrtuaay bum. wrfh the ; ooond*y hMt of Held Over PN flOULT flLM \ ffc&pP$_ me MRXIN6 tors ANNOUNCING THE GREATER MIAMI OPERASEASON pp p i 11 i @ LA TRAYIATA BY VERDI with PHYLLIS CURTIN Dino Formichini and Frank Guarrera • tars of the Metropolitan Dade County Aud.: Jan. 22 and 27.1962 Miami Beach Aud.: Jan. 24, 1962 TURAND0T BY PUCCINI starring BIRGIT NILSSON Flaviano Labo, Eva Likova and Wm. Wildermann Oade County Aud.: Feb. 12 and 17,1962 Miami Beach Aud.: Feb. 14, 1962 plus a roster of great stars of the Metropolitan, La Scala. Vienna Opera and the New York City Center. Tickets Available Dade County Auditorium. Miami Beach Auditorium, Cordelia's Card Shop, Record Mart, Pernne Shopping Center, or you can call the : Opera Guild office al FR 1-5153. OPERA GUILD OF GREATER MIAMI AT LAST! It's coming to MIAMI for a LIMITED ENGAGEMENT? Starts WED. EVE. 8:30 p.m. DEC. 13!h Soonsorad by Downtown Miami Business Council Cntirc proceeds to be contr.buted to United Fund Of Dode County All Seats Reserved Mail Orders promptly filled BOX OfffCf OPIN 10 o.rn.-? p.m. Ooily 12 9 p.m. Sunday Mo! ,n ee5 a t2p m 8*ifc5vai Wed. and Sot. $1.50 p,, sat. Sun. Sun, ond Holidays I 75 !" d Holidays $2.25 EXCLUSIVE SOUTH PLOtOOA — HOME Of CINERAMA MtOWJCriONt FLORID* Downtown Miami E. Flagler Street phone FR 3-0668 Cannot and will not be shown In any local or neighborhood theatre within 200 milts.



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Pcqe 8-A *Ji*!st fkredionn Fridcy, December 3, 1961 TTT Top Talent By MAX LERNER Soviet Jewish Leader Denies Spying Charge Continued from Page 1-A throughout many generations, to pray three times TJaiTy for the restoration of Zion. The trial, which lasted three ^__ There is no point in pretending that the ousting of Chester Bowles frtm hi* high State Depar'ment pot is anything other than what it is. V. In n there was talk ot this happening last summer I noted my own tear thai it weald mean the elimination of Bowles critical viewpoint trom days and tcok place in mid-Octothe State Department councils. I am sorry that the needs of the bureauber. was not m secret, as was ongcratic job-cart and chain of command have been given priority over the inally reported, but attendance at needs ol c ferment of diverse viewpoint-. the hearings was restricted. Sen_-, <•,_ _•-tenccd with Pechersky, 60. were I AM SORRY — BUT NOT SURPRISED. When you have as vast an two other lay leaders, X. A. Kagoptr. the conduct of American foreign policy, you can't have too anov. and F. S Dynkin. who remr ini trative ragged edges. Bowkwas stronger for hifresh ceived lighter terms becau-e of and informal approach to foreign policy than he was in the day today their advanced ages. The trials tasks oJ administering a department His successor, a formal law part-, and sentences aroused worldwide ner oi \c.:ai Stevenson, is an ;.'ole and liberal mmd. and one can scarcely protests. The three leaders were n rprel the -.'--• up in ideological ten:.arrested on charge, of "consorting rould have been wiser if the Pn ad found i special ith jl £o t reig ^K^tT^ niche for Bowie.in the department where his characteristic talent for *** treasonable acmuics. re bNmr. i. r:r-of the great new movements of popular thought in Tel Aviv, the Israeli cxecuat : -:..-..•.• n could have been made effective. I am .-ure he will be live of the World Jewish Congress I to talk at conference-, and hewill get applause; but it is ironic issued a statement deploring the to to expound and defend policies he has been cut oil from arrests, declaring "We are conmaking. And it isad to se the representative of an important segvinced that there is no foundation ; American foreign policy opinion exiled to the provinces, to befor the version that these people ccrr. another name on the lecture program. turned traitor or were agentof 1 must add. however, in fairness to President Kennedy and Secrea foreign state. Their only sin tary Rusk, that they can scarcely be accused of trying to get rid of the has been their devoted service to intellectuals. Those in the top posts of the State Dept are not narrow their Jewish communities. political powermen or career mediocrities. A number of them are highly Calling on Soviet authorities to litera'e and articulate men of ideas. release the Jewish leaders, the What is happening, as ir. the case of W. W. Rostow and Richard executive also appealed to the SoGoodwin, is that instead of operating in a freewheeling way on the viet Government to permit Rusfringes Of the job-cart they are being integrated into the chain of comsian Jewto rejoin members of n nd. There is much to be said for this, since it focuses responsibility, their famalies who are settled in Bi.t th< n .always a danger, in all bureaucratic chains of command, other countries. that th< mosl difficult problems will get iorgotten because they don't fall directly in anyone's province but cut across evervone's. -vv->--STONE OF THE THINGS 'hat strikes me. coming Dack to my own ecu: :.'> ..t'.er a ten-week taj in Europe, is that the Americans today are solving one crucial problem far better than the French. British. Germans or Italians. It is the problem of the relation between what I call the commanding elite and the creative elite, the men of power and the men of ideas and trlent. I don't mean to overs',ress the differences between them. They don't come neatly wrapped in bundles labled "Power" and "Talent." Tho-e who .-it in the seats of the mighty — in government, business, the Army, the churches — often have talent; and intellectuals often have positions of power. The difference may be only one of emphasis, yet it is a difference. (, %  of thesaddesl things about the democracies of West Europe is the .sharp cleavage between the commanding elite and the intellectual elite. sharper than in Britain, yet marked in both. Malraux is almost the only intellectual of note in France who does not scorn working with the de Gaulli government The Britih situation is different: Most of the intelJectuah are in the Labor camp, and in practical terms they are out ol p(w< rtunity to l>< gin new rams include participate n in leagues, socials, .• %  fl athletit events In cnarge ol information iHurt Garr. Detroit Social Club Detroit Social Club will hold its annual < h; nuka party Monday evening in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader of the Israelite Center, will be featured in his original script. "Let Us Hear." Also to perform are mem.s of the Dora Stem Sisterhood. Health, Educa ii n and u elfare i [mates. From 61 are concei tral d in ti e area./ ot thcsi almosi two-thirds are jobless, v In 26 l 0 on | assistanci and the total inc a month. 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Friday, December 8. 1961 *• Jen 1st noridliain Paae 9-A MEASURE OF THE MAN IN HIS SONS Benjamin Kane: Bastion of Support Testimonial Unit Named Here Asthma Research Exec Here T i. the first i" a series of piciurc-and-word I i) membi j the Greater Miami contm i. t riultjntrropic activities nil t been carried p, • iltun. The results <>/ tin:' efforts has • !• %  "', been jV't ui ull Ici'eU of commun % %  j-^-^J 1 tti** %  ''* %  %  •' > '< %  ^-' %  %  ^ %  ( •,••(,ter Muriii. (/iciiii I place in u'hich to live. "The great victories of life are oftenest won in a quief way. and not with alarms ard trumpets." —Justice Benjamin Carcfozo, 1915. Benjamin N. Kane is one of those Greater M. k vhose quiet, effective work has had unl impacl %  n his community. > Born in Russia, he was a registered pharmacist II, rose in the business world to found the & n Com pa 5 of America, Interstate Equipment, the Holmes Club Plan, and the Grace Holmes I lub Plan Hi. philanthropic interests are well known in e, R i where he w as .i pi i I,, | fore i iming to Miami in 1924. Hi founded the Benjamin N Kani Found %  ble %  m Long a basl oi il ii Jev ish Fedi i ation '. ipeal, he ialso a : Ml Sinai Hospital. K tie's other philanthropic interests ar irii ii. bul all are aimed at his pi Ithier happier community. ire of a man can often be v.\k. %  is nun activities, but by the waj he rai>es • i hildren. Bei iamin Kane has raised his three sons in his own tradition of philanthropy and communilj service. They are -Sidney. Irwm and Howard. Howard Israel Friedman, executive dii rector oi the Children's Asthma Under the chairman.-hip of MiResearch Institute and Hospital at ami Beach Councilman Marcie Denver, was to be guest speaker Liberman, the following were this for £ Ra V J "!* d,a pUr u f Bn a monthlv meeting Inur.-du\ evenweek appointed to serve a< a test!mg a Wes M|;im| Tmvn Hall ^ monial committee honoring the >\\ B2nd ave. spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Jacob, Rabbi Tibor II. Stern. Appointments were made by recommendation of Morris B. Frank, president, Aaron Lerner. first vice president, and Morris Krevat, second vice president. Members oi the committee are Israel Schultz, financial secretary, Max D. Goldhagen, recording secretary, Louis Baida. Mrs Louis Baida, president of Sisterhood. Ben Cohen, Joseph Cohen. Abe Eisenberg, .lodge Malvin Englander, Singers to Offer Festive Program Miami Beach Recreation Department has invitied the Miami Beach Community Singers to present their annual Festival oi Lights program at Pier Park on Saturday and al Miami Beach Community Center on Monday. Both performances start at 7::so p.m. Tie Miami Beach Community Chiel Michael Fox. .lodge Bernard singers ill start the new seas i A. Frank. Ben Gaines, Joseph with a major event scheduled for dardner. Samuel Kaplan. Nathan Mar. 1H Rehearsals begin in JanKohler, David Krevat, Sol Krevat, uary, Rehearsals are Thursdays Hon. Morris Lipp, Sam L. Matz, under the direction ol Bei \ imen. Baron rle Hirsch Meyer. Leo MySifihl reading classes 7 i ers, William G. Mechanic, Hairy are held prior to rehearsa .1. Sonz and Louis ghafkin. 'V i Jjettjctmiit v. •. Aiino irticularly well-known in Greater Miami, where be has served as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and CJA campaign chairman. Leon E)l to Chair JNF Banquet Sunday; Cantor Katz Will be Guest Artist Leon J. Ell. president of the Jewiatii nal Fund Council of Greater Miami, will be chairman of the Council's 15th Jubilee Banquet on ij < vening at the Fontainebleau hotel. I tl iwee'-: announced that Sholom Katz. world-reantorial tenor, will be artist a the function Ell, a writer, world traveler, and student of international affairs, represented the United States at the ICEM convention in Geneva, Switzerland. IK ia past president and honorary life president ol Temple Beth Sholom, a member of the national board oi the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, on the national advisory board ol the JewNational Fund, board of directors of the Mental Health SoUnited Fund, and Greater -Miami Jewish Federation. Cantor Katz. of Beth Sholom ongregation, Washington. D.C., I aid,,lined ;ia child prodigy al the age Of 5. I'pon completion til his studies in Vienna, he became cantor of Kishineff. Bessarabia, one of the largests Jewish communities in Europe. Cantor Katz spent four years in a Nazi concentration camp during World War II, sang the "El Molei Rachamin" while digSing his own grave, and was permitted to escape by an unknown Nazi official who became momentarily enchanted with his voice. %  Senior Citizens to Meet Senior Citizens Assn. will meet Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn..] 1244 Washington ave. Miami Beach High School students, led by Allan Goodman, son of Joseph Goodman, president of the organization, will entertain Marks Reeiected Chamber Prexy The Downtown Business Council of the Miami Dade County Chamii Commerce approved a slate ,„ officers for the year 1961-62 at a board meeting this week Paul H. Mark--, presi lenl ol Hauler Federal Savings and Loan A.-sn., was reele'cted president to serve a third term Paul S. Walker, president ot Richards, v.;inamed a vice president Also elected were A. 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Page 10-A ^•Jenist fferidiSHn Friday, December 8, 1351 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN 'Political' Prisoners Received Special Nazi Treatment MY STORY. By Gemma La Guardia Cluck. Eiitea and with a preface by S. L. SfcMiderman. 116 pp. New York: David McKay Company, Inc. $2.95. /•EMMA LA GUARD1A GLUCK, BOW iq her ejghj ^ ioth year, is the older > -'or of .Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, New York's bejoved "little Hoi Although she was bora In America and lived a Von-' tier childhood, the family moved back to Euro settling in Trieste. Fiorello and his brother Rich. returned to the United States lai' r Gemma married .i Hungarian Jew. Herman Gluck. and lived happily .n Budapest, in March, 19-M. the Naasis > %  •cupied Hungary. On Apr l 1 '. Mayor i.a Guardia, appearing at New York CUj Hall before a mass lemonstration cf Polish Jews commemorating the first anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto upri scathingl) denounced the Hitler regime. On Jane 7. Gemma and her husband were arrested by the SS and thrown into .Matthausen concentration camp. They were in their s xtics. Author and editor S. L. Shneiderman first heard about Mrs. Gluck la.-t December when he was in Israel doing research on an article about the impend Ing Eichmaan trial. • An Israeli authority showed Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Portrait of the Donors to Our Federations T HE BIGGEST issues which the Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds will face in 1962 received the biggest attention at the CJFWF Assembly in Dallas. Tex. The major issue revolves, of course, around fund raising problems With independent appeals advancing more rapidly than federated fund-raising over the past decade, the Jewish communities throughout the country are now facing r<>examination of their fund-raising structure, procedures, and basic rationale. They are looking at continuing requirements rather than only at yearly slons. They are probing the causes for the wide ditferences in results among cities campaigning for the same needs They are seeking to strenghten the foundation of community organization, in which consistently successful fund-raising is rooted. In all of these respects, they art looking to the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds for assistance. They are also interested in th" Council's views and activity on the most appropriate and effective use ot funds raised by them for needs in Israel. Some Federation* have demonstrated striking success in building endowment and trust funds while at the same time recording marked gains in annual campaigns. SucVnited Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON On Endorsing the PCC United Nations T HE ARAB REFUGEE debate is under way in the General Assembly's special political committee As predicted, it is developing as the toughest, most bitter attack against Israel witnessed her" since 1947. What is the American position? Here in brief paraphrase are the directives given to the U.S. delegation here this year by the State Department: 1. The Arabn. already represented by 11 regular delegations, are trying hard to add an extra voice in the debate. They want a group calling itself the "Arab Palestine Deletion" recognized as an official delegation. This so-called "delegation" represents the pro-Hitler ex-Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and the Arab refugees in the Gaza Strip — all ol them nothing but stooges for Gamal Abdel Nasser and the rest of the Arab bloc. Israel opposes the grant of official status to this aggregation. The American position: Definitely oppose recognition of this group as a "delegation." If the Mufti-Nasser men want to talk as individuals, let them. But the Kennedy Administration does not want to grant them official status. 2. As they did last year, he Arabs are pressing hard tor some sort ot UN custodianship over the property in Israel allegedly belonging to the refugees. Washington's position is: Fight against that move, as Israel is fighting against it. 3. The Arabs want to turn the refugee debate into a full-scale debat" about the entire "Palestine Question" As Michael S. Comay, Israel's permanent representative here, has said: "Tey are more interested in exploiting the political issues than they are in solving the refugee problem." The Stale Department instructions to the American representing the U.S.A. in the committee. Francis T. P Plimp'on. Fight against any discussions of the s instance of the "Palestine Question" as a whole. The debate concerns the refugee problem — try to get the committee to stick to that subject. 4. The committee has before it a new report of the Palestine Conciliation Commission, including a study ol the refugee issue made on the spot in the Middle East, as well as in conferences here with Middle East Foreign Ministers, by Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, president of the '. irnegie Endowmen' for International Peace The Commission wants to continue discussing with all interested nations — the Arabs and Israel — the problems of "repatriation" of the Arab refugees, their possible compensation by Israel, their potential resettlement in Arab lands and integration into the general Middle East economy. The PCC wants another year for those talks, and would invile Dr. Johnson to stay on for another year as the Comnusion's special Middle East emissary. The American position: Endorse the PCC's moves. cess in th:field is anticipated in 1962 also bj Other Federation? under the guidance ol the Council which provides expert information on related tax provisions and benefits There are wide disparities among communities and states in the tax income available I i Federation hospitals, child welfare agencies and [i persons. In 1962. some such sources may be increased, and the CJFWF — as central advisory body of the federation and welfare funds — would be ready to provide Jewish agencies with the necessary information on the opportunities for such gains. The building up ol the ranks of young leadership is something which the Federations throughout the country intend to intensify in 1962. since the task of attracting young men and women to active work in the communities is proving to be a great success Communities continue to undergo major changes in population shift-, and are seeking to adapt their services, structure and financing to them. The CJFWF is keeping each of the communities posted on experience in other areas and advises them on how to cope with new situations involved. With the growth of the number of Jews moving to the suburbs, the year 1962 will witness an even greater demand on the t'.IFWF for information and advice in this field. The Jewish contributor to philanthropic campaigns in this country — what kind of a person is he? What does he know about the causes to which lie is making his donations? What motivates his giving? A very interesting paper on this subject was presented at the General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds by Herman '.!. Peknrsky, executive director of the Jewish Com munity Council of Essex County (Newark. N.J.). Pekarsky, one of the outstanding Jewish social workerin this country, revealed that the Council of which he is the executive head, commissioned the National Opinion Research Center ol the University of Chicago to make a study of givers and giving to campaigns in Essex county. Because of the small number of donors providing the largest share of money, the sample study consisted of 10 percent of givers of S2.500 and over, and only one percent of givers under SI00. with varying percentages for the contributor groups in-between. And what did the study show? It established that the biggest givers are more Jewish-motivated than the lesser givers. The contributor groups under $100, who in total represent 87 percent of all contributors, appear lo be less oriented to traditional Jew ish values and reflect a desire to be more like their Gentile neighbors. It revealed that in general, donors are poorly informed about the United Jewish Appeal. Jewish Community Council and beneficiary agencies. The smallest donors are the least knowledgeable. When asked to name groups supported by the UJA, of the total. 10 percent could name no groups. 15 percent only one. another 14 percent only two. Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN him document; signed by Eichma-.n concern.: arrest of 'layer La Guardia's older sister. ments which were later used in the tr:a!. So far the Israeli authorities knew. Mrs. Gluck had die prison On returning to the United State-. Shneidwman d.d a iilMr ttivestigaUng. *rf* 4ncc ed that Mrs. Gluck was alive, living in New V with her daughter in a municipal housing pi which was built during I.a Guardia's admin:.-: She had already written a memoir of her tif* eluding her experiences in Matthausen and Pij\ I ruck; this book is an expansion of it. Readers of this column are perhaps f by now with the dual way in which I Judge wi martyrology. On the one hand, they are welcome; good or bad by critical criteria. I a their appearance, I ir there is no other e\ which the living c t.'. make to the six million | On the other hand, of course, a book is a lit work and must still b< viewed against thi literary land ape Much of the martyrologj stand on this judgment alone. Mrs. Gluck chronicle, although it bo.c literary merit *• mterestini ti special treatment given "political"-prison rs Nazis. If horror has degrees. Mrs. Gluck encc was not quil • so horrible, thankfully, of other.-. Her book .a very human d, country and their families to ( on Hollywood. The dark and handsome 23-yea actor, who within a short two years has been in television films, told me that he arrived in town I broken-down car after only a few months ol schooling in New York, plus a winter in stock in as his sole theatrical credit. When he came to in 1959. he had newer been inside a studio, and even gain entry on a sightseeing tour. Goddard rented :i cheap room in downtown les. He braced himself for his assault upon the capital by writing a letter to Joseph Anthony, the r-i the cinema version of "Career" — in itself th breaking yarn ol .•. thespian who vainly struggles I nition. Goddard told the famed >;;me and film I lhat he was not seeking overnight stardom but .. to become a solid, good actor and therefore was forward to guidance and suggestions. Hollywoodians receive requests from young I the carloads and hardly ever answer. Yet. then ring of integrity to Mark's letter and. to Inown am ment. he received a reply within only two days Anthony invited him for a chat to Paramount StudioDeepl} impressed with the lad. he phoned the William MornAgen cy and suggested to sign him up. It was only a short >i later, when Goddard guest-starred in a segment ol "The Rebel" television series at the very same stud.o tha once more encountered his booster Anthony, then direcl the movie. "Ml in a Night's Work" — yet the young man never appeared in Joseph Anthony's films. Today. Mark is married to the former Marcia Roger daughter of Henry Rogers, who is a partner in the movw capital's large Rogers and Cowan publicity firm that handles such clients as Elizabeth Taylor and Eddie Fisher Goddard chose the assignment on "The Detectives." after having turned down leads in two other series tor Die* Powells "Four Star Productions." because he felt the Robert Taylor show is one of the best in the category and No One Would Say Shukairy Was Wrong AHMED SHUKAIRY, of Saudi Arabia.1 ** whose sole dedication in the United! Nations appears to be minting of derog-T atory semantics against Israel, has] reached the pinnacle of his ambition and! from now on he has nowhere to go but| down. That gentleman, sharp of tongue but] shy of grace, recently treated the UNI General Assembly to a spectacle that was more shametul than any ever performed on the international platform, even by shoe-banging Mr. Khrushchev. His banal limning of Israel in such semantic dung as "nazism." "gangsterism" and similar underworld metaphors broughi neither dignity to his kinsmen nor to the family of nations. However, he reached the pit of debasement when he Impudently counseled that "Israel and Eichmann should stand in one dock for one trial for one crime and for one verdict." No one but one whose political countrymen have been showering admiration and shelter on a figure who plotted Jewish extermination with Hitler, the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, could have talked like that. Anyone who dares to equate Israel's alleged i against the Arabs with Fichmann's crime sagainsl the Jews is not only devoid of elemental decency bul mental veracity. Politicians are not particularly tor veracity or tact, especially when their sole i is to score a point against their opponent instead ol pi an issue in proper perspective. Politicians are jus! %  capable of discussing an issue with the objectivit) tachment that distinguish diplomats from fiinmon But there are things that should be out of boundeven tor a politician, however small a fry. The UN could not freeze our Arab "cousin" of Biblical days into silence. He had his word and said it. But where was the voice of conscience in the sanctum of the family of nations? Why had no one. outside of I>rael of coinrisen in agony and wrath against this defamation of oW jjx million dead? The madness tha'. was global silence in the black dlfj of Hitlers coming seems still to be upon the world, o else someone would have risen against this echoing Hitlerite morality in the halls of the Assembly.



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1 Friday, December 8, 1961 +Jewlst> fhrkHan Page 11-A Plan Ambassador's Ball Here Dec. 27 Vice Mayor Mai Er.glander. Miami Beach chairman of the United Fund, receives from David Galbut SI 18 in behalt or the 318 students of the Hebrew Academy, who contributed the amount to UF at a bricklaying ceremony at Pine Tree dr. and 24th st. Academy Annual Dinner Looming: School Program Eyes 'Total Student' New buildings of the Hebrew Academy are on the way to comp let ion at the school's new site. Pmetree dr. and 24th st.. as the Academy's 14'.n annual dinner loomSunday evening, Dec. 17. at the Deauville hotel. Miami Beach Councilman Woli'ic Cohen, live-time chairman of the school's past annual dinners, is honorary chairman of the event. B I iiin.ier. president, last week imed Jack A. Cantor and Leonard isen as this year's co-chairmen. Training Program For Volunteers A second training program for i >lunteer leaders to help senior sens will be conducted next Monday night fjr members ot the ii B'rith women's chapters of South Florida, it was announced Mrs. David Sachs, BBW coordinator for senior Citizens. The orientation c mrse will be led by Charles Plotkin, director of le Senior Citizens Department of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center The B*nai B'rith women are engaged in a joint enterprise with Bter to expand I enrich the ex senior citiis activities at four Center i ranches in Dad.coun The additional training session been set J'> to take place at .:'.'> p.m. at tfa %  tenter's Beach 1 ranch, 1536'Bay c I rhe training co e < wen such subjects as the n d ; f ol ler p pie, techniques for leading senior citizens activities a id understanding the role of the leader. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 The Dec. 17 dinner will be in honor of Maurice Revitz. Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shepard Broad will be toastmaster. Principal speaker at the stellar event will be U.S. Sen. Wayne Morse, Democrat of Oregon. In completing plans for the affair, Binder revealed that there j will be no fund-raising at the dinner Proceeds of the SlOO-percouple [unction so to the Scholarship Fund of the Hebrew Academy, which provides partial or full scholarships for 10 percent of the student body. "Our school is dedicated to a hree fold program, which includes he study ot rorah, the study ot all required subjects as set up by ;he Dad-' C untj Scao Board and :he state Board of Education, and .i thorough knowledge and understanding >f the Fewisb and nonJewish community," Binder explaine i In elaborating on this last phase of Academy instruction. Binder ncted that 'Hebrew Academy students make periodic visits to community supported ins.'itutions. Recently.' he added, "the tenth grade iti.ae~.ts visited the laboratory cf Mt. Sinai Hospital, where they soent a fascinating hour and a half with Dr. Jerome Benson, director i f ojtholegy. •our stud also contributes t i the C m bine I Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and buys Israel Bonds. In addition, si id rats participate in the United F tnd drive." said Binder. "Through classroom instruction and assembly programs, students of the Academy : ieam the lesson of a pluralistic cultural I'-'tnocracy. which is ] America They learn of the vital i role all religious and racial groups play m creating the symphony that is America The Ambassadors Bal! sponsored annually by the Israel Bond I on of Greater Miami, .ind tradil i nal one of the lil erir events en th i il %  •. lar here, "promised this v. to irpass the glamor of all previous balls," Samuel Friedland, cha'rman of the lrael Bi nd 0 • • .. • decla -eel Wednesday. 1 % %  A Ball will take '• %  on v e:;. lay evening, Dec. 27, at the Fonta (bleau hotel. Noted Miami Beach attorney, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, has been selected as grand stess cf the function. i Mrs. Meyers announced that an innovation of this year's event will be the presentation in a debutante ceremony of a group of Miami area girls "come ofage." They will be presented to the Ambassador of Israel, under whose patronage the Ball will be held, and Cov. Farris Bryant, of Florida, and Mrs. Bryant. Mrs Meyers pointed out that "the custom of presenting young ladies on their err-.: of age to the Ambassador of Israel was initiated in London when the first Israel Ambassador was accredited to the Court of St. James. It has since become a custom in France. Holland. Canada and the Argentine." Mrs. Meyers indicated that "all those eligible to attend the Ambassador's Ball will also be eligible to have their daughters or grandlaughters presented. This includes those who have already become Trustees. Builders. Guardians or Sponsors in 1961. as well as those who will have earned these designations as of the latter part of December. Mrs. Meyers is a former Israel Bond Women's Division chairman. She currently serves as a leading member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction, and has also held national positions with women lawyer associations. ^ u > u aamong the first in the Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers discuss Miami's Israel 3ond achievements wilh Prime Minister Ben-Gurion on their rersnt visit to Israel. Mrs. Meyers will be grand hostess it the Ambassador's Ball to be sponsored by the Israel Bond Organization on Dec. 27 at the Fontainebleau hotel. worl rn Israel's highesi recsional Women's C b the Un "I ognition, the Won.,:; af Valor Fund, the Grea wish Award. Federation. Jewish Mrs. Meyers has given her time ce. Jew : to such organizations as the Fed Temple Beth Shol nany eration of Business and Profes .thers Labor Expert To Appear Here • %  Anatomy of the Far Right" will be the subject for analysis by the Greater Miami cnapter. AJCom mittee, at an open luncheon meeting Tuesday noon at the Everglades hotel. Harry Fleisehman. national diitctor of the AJCommittee national labor service, will be featured speaker His presentation, another in the "Spotlight Series'" ot the local chapter, will examine the distinction between the new extremists and traditional conservatives in American society. Fleisehman was formerly labor editor of the "Voice of America" and is currently chairman of the Workers Defense League. He is a former organizer anc teacher at the summer institutions of many unions. Fleisehman writes a monthly < column on human relations and civil rihts called •"Let's be Hunan." which lsyndicated to l,500 AFL-CIO labor union and intergroup relation.leaders ministers, priests and rabbis. He recently published a book based on these column.-. Fleisehman will be in Miami to attend the national convention of the AFL-CIO Chronic Illness Discussed America's principle medical problem, chronic iline-s and disability, was discussed by Dr. Donald A. Covalt. national consultant in physical medicine and rehabilation lor the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Dr. Covalt appeared as speaker at a luncheon Tuesday at the Biscayne Terrace hotel The talk was jointly sponsored by the University of Miami medical school an 1 the Miami-Dade County Chamber of Commerce committee on total employment L'CHAYIM to'the Americanquality of greatness! New Year's Ive Party Plans are now being made for the annual New Year's Eve party at Temple Beth Am. Organized each year by Sisterhood, the party will offer hors d'oeuvre>. midnight supper, a dance band, and favors. Mrs. Bernard Litman and Mrs Albert Goodstsin are in charge of reservations. .ATC *5* ^xjGUST BROS Rv £ Commodore Uriah P. Levy' Famed naval hero of the War of 1812. Levy served his country with great distinction from the Revolution to the end in 1862. His quality of greatness is seen m the law he fathered—the abolishment of flogging in the Navy. He bought Monticello. Thomas Jefferson's home, had it\ repaired and gave it to the government. The first permanent Jewish Chapel in the Navy, dedicated in 1959 in Norfolk. Va., was named in his memory. LORD I'ALVKRT The L'Cliayinz Whiskey ... LPKD CALVETCT Truly the American Whiskey of DistinctionUncompromising people make Lord Calvert discerning people enjoy it. K PHOOf 35% JTMISMt WHISKIES i YCMS OK MORi 310 *i* MAIN **.!(. SPIRITS • WMT.OISTIUMS COMtHKY. INC f Y C.



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Page 12-A +Jenist Fkrki&r) Friday, December 3 193; Eichmann Plans to Ask Ben Zvi for Clemency TEL AVIV — (JTA J — Dr. Roberf Servatiu.*. West German attorney who handled the defense of 'Adolf Eichmann last summer, said this week he would appeal an expected verdict of guilty for his client on the ground* that the tribunal was incompetent to try the lormer Gestapo colonel. Dr. Servatiu*. who arrived m Isi-ci earlier in the week to bfgin preparations for reading of the judgment and the verdict, made the statement in an interview witH the Bonn correspondent of an Isi.eli new-paper The three-judge cuurt which tried EieSmann will rt*ume sitting on Monday :o read the judgment and the verdict against the man charged with a key role in the Nazi wartime slaughter Ol 6.000.000 European Jewish men. v >men and children The West German lawyer Mid tie appeal would not involve Eicnmann's deeds as a Gestapo ottic:ai which could not be denied He said he would argue that Eichmann was kidnapped in another country' and brought to Israel and that the Jerusalem court was therefore incompetent in the case. He added that if his appeal was rejected, tie would ask President Ben-Zvi for ciemency Asked what his client thought the verdict would be, Dr. Servatiu* replied that Eichmann was sure he would get the death i*rtence. He added that Eichmtrtrt "truly believes the prediction o* a gypsy fortune teller who seid he would not live to his 57th birthday Eichmann will be S* next March. In another phase of the Eichmaw ease. Justice Minister Dov 1 seph disclosed in the Knesset that the Soviet Government never pcknowledged a request by the Israel Government to let Israel know whether the USSR had any materials that were relevant to.the trial Mr. Joseph made the statement in nply to a question on the floor ot the House as to whether Ea*t European countries had sent any materials or had cooperated wi*j, Israel in the case again*Eich mann. The Justice Minister said that Poland. Hungary and Czechoslovakia did provide Israel with materials. Bulgaria replied to tn request sent all East European countries on this subject that it nal nothing relevant. Rumania did not send anything. The Moscow Government ignored the requ-To Feature Young Violinist Pzhak Perlman. Israel's 15-yearold violin prodigy, who appeared at the Miami Beach Auditorium three years ago as star of the Ed Sullivan Cavalcade of Israel Artists, will be one of the five featured acts of the forthcoming "Cavalcade of Israel Star> 1962.'' The Cavalcade, which will also pie*ent dance troupes, recording artists, folk singers, and musicians trom Israel, will be brought to the Miami Beach Auditorium on Saturday. Dec. 23. by the Greater Miami Districts of the Ziom*t Organization of America, according to Louis B. Rudnick. chairman of the Greater Miami Presidents Council Young Perlman first performed publicly in Israel at the ege of seven. He studied at the Tel Aviv Academy of Music and Shulamith Conservatory, and by the age of ten was the winner of three prizes in Israeli competitions under the auspices of the Israel-American Foundation. The youthful artist, who must play the violin while seated, because of braces on both legs due to a polio attack as n infant, has been acclaimed by such worldrenowned musicians as Yehudi Menuhin, Zino Francescati, Leonard Bernstein, Paul Kletzki and Isler Salomon, for his talent. Also appearing at the Cavalcade will be Arie Kaduri. famed Israeli flutist, and Meir Alon. guitarist and drummer. They have been heard at Radio City Music Hall in New York, on radio and TV Proceeds from the Cavalcade have been earmarked for the youth projects of the ZOA in Greater Maami and Israel, according to Ben Giller. chairman of the affair. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP AH your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proctdi 90 lowi'di support of the Horn*. You may contribute, take a tax deduction or w* will pay caih for tamo. Remember wa aro NO T a profit-making organization Wa ara helping your community to keep it dignity. 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"*! *& r W, owian s ll/oJJ ISABEL GROVE Delightfully cool weather last Friday brought out lots of wool and knit suits, some for the first time this season, at the semiannual meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of Ml. Sinai Hospital held in the Wolfson Auditorium Conducting a quasi-board meeting for the general membership. Mrs. Herbert A. (Lois) Mathes presided from the platform with the executive board around her •Lovely to look at," as usual, she wore shocking pink" sheer wool [ opiecer with elbow-length cape sleeves on the jacket and bone accessories Report given by Mrs. Inez Krensky. a past pics ident. in a lilac ensemble of knit dress and straight line coat set oft with chalk white button earrings and matching f.ve-strand beaded bib TVo vice presidents sitting together, Lillian (Mrs. Murray) Shaw in a mosaic blue sheath and cardigan, and Mrs I i iiard (Margie Wien, setting off her dark hair with attractive erine frock piped in while, and white sweater Just behind I m Lili (Mrs -eph) Duntov. her hands occupied with knitting, usual • • • Anther veep, tall, blond Helen (Mrs. John) Owen, giving an enthusia-tic account of the convention she attended in \ for Hospital Auxiliaries, wore aqua Italian knit with portrait c ,!lar liu ; of the morning was the capping of the second group of service aides Trained by three RN's doing volunteer v irk, they had been through a rigid six-week training period and accepted their pink-trimmed caps, which historically stand for dedication, with pride Entertainment in a lighter vein offered by the Miami B?ach Senior High a cappella choir Change of pace had two female members of the group giving a demonstration c! the mad dance called the twist Had the audience stopping i1 feet and clapping hands in a grande finale. %  A f.ill-fledged member of the teen-age set at last. Dede Greene. Vaughnr of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, celebrated the earthittering event with a party at her home. 5534 Pine Tree dr.. Saturday night Guests already'13 or about to enter the charmc 1 circle were Karen Koolish. Marsha Capland. Gale Ladis. Sandy Karlan and Ellen Silver ... All attend Nautilus Junior High .". Preparing for their many future social activities, the young ladies devoted much of the evening experimenting with far-out make-up and elaborate hair-dos Returned, briefly, to more familiar enthusiasms — games, amateur talent show and gobs of refreshi i-:its Enterprising young man. Steven Brotman has organized a swingin' band called "The Four Fifths" With Steve on bass, is K'.nny Lewis, drums. Bert Gorman, electric guitar, and Neil Hadoc. .-,*,... Rehearsing is done at Miami Beach High, where the boys are students Saturday nights the group, plus a girl vocalist, can be !ound (or is it heard'.') furnishing the beat for the teen-age c* mces there ... But on New Year's Eve. they'll be playing for a dunce-hop at the Eden Roc. HC • • "{Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, December 8. 1961 Section 3 Martha A. Alpert, who received her early education at Miami Beach High, now in her sophomore year at Smith College, is on Dean's List there Proud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Alpert. of 1345 Venetian Way Comdr. Joshua A. Langfur. U.S. Navy, of Airborne Early WarnSquadron Four, who has taken over command of the U.S. N'aval Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, is the son of Mrs. Elsa Langfur, 513 SW 11th st.. and the late Jacob Langfur ... A Pensacola graduate with 20 years of flying time, until recently Comdr. Langfur piloted Navv hurricane hunter weather laboratories out of Jacksonville Naval Air Station Married to the former Grace Pearson, the Langfurs have two children. Roseanne. 13. and Sally, 10 Five years ago. Mrs. Betty Finegold. of the Allison hotel, woald have had to travel to Oakland. Calif., to hear her nephew. Rabbi tt chard M. Leviton, conduct services Three years ago. when he accepted a pulpit in Fargo. N. Dak., it still was a big trip even for a devoted aunt ... But Friday night. Rabbi Leviton was installed as new spiritual leader at Ft. Lauderdale's Temple EmanuEl. with Betty a proud and happy witness. • Just back from a Caribbean cruise on the SS Jerusalem is Mrs. J. Bernard Spector, who. with her sister, Mrs. Howard Weiss, of Morgantown. W Va were guests on the trip o: their mother, %  8. Samuel Stein, of the Executive House On the same cruise, cards from Rena ar.d Fred Somersum, i o found the trip smooth ar.d the food too uood. and Mrs ftudy 1 mcr-chlag. who was tilled with the wonder of traveling on an l-raeli ship, and impressed with the warm friendship which greetthe passengers a: every stop Hostesses at a surprise cocktail party in honor of the loth w dding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Jack Kamin the end oi /ember were Mesdames Ida Werman, Harold Gpldstew, Herman Isii and William Goldberg Mrs Louis v. iid, national vice presidenl • M Organization of Am i< i, was lo be guest of hor.r: afternoon a" I u Riviera dr. borne of Dr ,. Mrs. Li uis Lei i .-with Mrs. Lena Feinstein as co-hostess • •* Two diverse honors have been accorded Ruth Brotman w the last few %  ... She became the aunt of six baby boys including two sets of twins in Detroit and Montreal And the .i Aish Librarv in Montreal has asked her to make an anthol of her many articles on Jewish personalities vhicj '""/*"" e appeared throughout the world via Sever, Arts Feature. SEASu Post. Montreal Jewish Herald. Musical America and Musical Courier Ruth expects to be back in Miami soon to resume her musical activities A run of extremely bad luck has put Mrs Evelyn Byrd. daughter of Eugene Lyon. of the, BUck,*n> Ftower^ho* 1-jJJjJ some months Not likely to make her feel much better, htr daughter broke an arm a short time later. Cancer League Plans 'Mart 1 Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach is having a brunch and card party at 11:45 a.m.. Friday, a" the Seville hotel The meeting, called a mar:," will serve a dual purpose sines it hand w ill be cond i I e all members and guesl > noli aj season shopping W tmen's Cancer League oi M ami Beach :.operating a boutiqus featuring over 100* items eluding some designed ami n I j members themselves Proceeds are for the Tumor Clinic of Mt. Sinai Hospital, where the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach maintains two beds for in digent cancer patients, who ree ive medical and nursing care, x rays and drugs at the expense of the organization. Students of Shapiro Vocational High School at Jerusalem. This is a major Mizrachi project in Israel. Mizrachi Women to Open 2-Day Florida Conference on Beach Monday Stt MORE CONVtNTION STORKS PAGl 4-A Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Rabbi Alexander Gross and Dr. Zev Regan will address the Florida conference of Mizrachi Women taking place in the Fontainebleau hotel Monday and Tuesday, it was announced here by Mrs. Alfred Stone, ot Miami Beach. Delegates from six chapters in the Greater Miami area and visiting Mizrachi Women from all parts of the country will attend the conference to formulate regional plans for support of the organization's child-care, social service and vocational education programs in Israel. Mrs Meyers, who has just returned to Florida from a visit to Israel, is expected to report on curi. nt social welfare needs in the Holy Land. She will address a conference luncheon on Tuesday. sharing the speaker's platform with Mrs. Louis Wald. of New York, honorary national vice president ot Mizrachi Women. The keynote session for the twoday meeting on Monday evening, at 8. will hear Dr. Kogan. who was born and reared in Israel, and Rabbi Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy here. Leo Mindlin. executive editor of Jewish Floridian, will bring tngs at the conference opener. Workshop sessions, starting Tuesmorning, will set regional in membership and fundraising towards meeting the organization's SI. 283.000 budget adopted last month at a national convention in Boston Left Bank of Paris "Left Bank cf Paris" will be the theme of Congregation Yehudah Moshe Men's Club New Years Eve celebration this year. To be held at Popiel Hall, there will be decorations, entertainment, music and refreshments. Herbert Comm. president, is in charge of reservations. ....I al komen taking key roles in iu erence include Mrs. Hir-ch Adler, Mrs Isaac Berlin, Mrs. Merman Eisenberg, Mrs. Murraj Goldberg, Mrs. Alexander Gross. Mrs. David Lelnlield, Mrs Alvm il Levenson. Also, Mrs Sylvia Meyers. Mrs. Max S. Newberger. Mrs. Donald Picker, Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Mrs Shirley Schiff. Mrs. Israel Teitch, and Mrs. Harold B. Zelkowitz. Program highlights at the meeting include the appearance of Cantor Gershon Levin, of the Coral Way Jewish Center, and the Israel Dance Trouno. tn Ho seen at the Monday evening rally. f'fl Emanu-EI Series Gets Under Way Temple Emanu-El's adult education program for 1961-62 will ba initiated next Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m.. when women cf congregation gather in the North Branch auditorium to hear Dr. Irving Lehrman review Irving Stone's "Agony and Ecstacy." This is the first in a series of three reviews which the Temple's spiritual leader will give during the year He is slated to discuss 'A Faith for Moderns." by Robert Gordis, on Jan. 1. and William Lederer's "A Nation of Sheep" on Feb. 21. "Book of the Brunch" series is sponsored by the congregation's Sisterhood and Parent Teacher Assn. The Sisterhood sponsored Women's Institute of Jewish Studies will begin the first of two eightweek series on Dec. 19. Participants will attend classes in elementary Hebrew, prayer book He brew and conversational Hebrew for an hour each Tuesday morning. They will then gather for a "coffee with the Rabbi." at which Dr. Lehrman will lead discussions of current interest. Other facets of the program for the synagogue's adults include the Sunday morning Temple EmanuEI Forum, the Torah Luncheon Club, and some Home Study Circles. Beth David Sisterhood president. Mrs. Max Jacobson (left!. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff, program chairman, show the proclamation by Mayor Robert King High designating the 26CJ block of Coral Way as "Beth David Way." The proclamation. is in honor of the Sisterhood's Beth David Day program Wednesday, which includes a champagne luncheon, music by Larry Blue, and entertainment by Maxine Vitu, of the French Tourist Bureau in Miami.



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Pcge 2-B rJenisf fkridfian Friday. December Cooking Corner Mildred (i. Btllin remove the skewers and .-tnng. the go ise on A platter, and the res rved prunes ... This makes about sei vings Pctato LafkM (Pancakes) \26 year* o!.-: -..;•• Chanuka. trie I L;S;.T> celebrates :. real. • TV. the tr.jrr.ph of ;he Maccal .-r Ar.tiochus Epiphanes King ol S>na With each i. _h: tl • increasinglj bngbti i glow ol the candles In Iev.i>h nes com mem rates hoth the ide of the oil which burned eight days an: th< even greater miracle ol tit n -" rai %  ot %  religious freedom Chanuka is t time for feast rig -r.d merrymakii .. with many I a dishes ed at family meals di>hederive from custom %  i iWdly enough •:•. mi st po| tkes or pur., akes ped from .tradition which was not jr. actual t of thi %  f Chanuka ID tbi Book : : a the Apocrypha, the storj is told tc • general ot Nel King : i • %  -. (seesar.d so could he destP v. hile Ibis •' iry refers lo a much earlier en than thi l < I th< Mac; ini .i similar that th< commemoration is not this ":me Mans gro ips ol Jew Ish pe serve dairy dishes during chanuka in remembrance ot Judith's bravery, and includi among i of cheese. In other groups th< cheese pancakes have evolve thei types ol laUce, i. clud j I ones ol %  t was : : r the : the :.: h evening. 1 serv< v hich featun ... For ir mam coursi t< iaj we toI re goose, prepare I %  • hich v,aa favorite in tral Europe With it we have ir potato latkean: apple sauce. Since the>e were traditional accompaniment-; to goose Chopped goose liver on canape cracker? and tomato juice begin the meal Then, since the main course is very rich indeed, for dessert .se have a cool and refreshing lemon ice. with perhaps plain sponge cake or cookjev J; the cookieare cut out with the special cutters available for -he holidays they can be made in the form of dreidles and candles ana add extra symbolism to the meal. Goo 1 ped liver and "he panThe fat during th. : ting saved ratel) as it r fry• %  Chanuka Menu (hopped goo* liver can tomato juice ic stuffed with fi Potato Latki can ied Ca Apple Sauce Tossed Su.-: Mixed Sweet Pickl. Lemon Ice Tea or black coftee Sponge cake or cook Decor Planned For Gala Here Franklin Hughes Is planning a black, white ll ; leccr f-jr thi Ml Sinai Hospital annivenarj gala to be held in the Fontaine bleauGrand ballroom on Saturday. Dec 23 Over 700 reservations have already been received bj Mrs A Herbert Mathes and Mr.-. Ben N >: ack, O en. Goos* Stuffed With Fruit 1 -e. about '.2 pounds .-.-. rated wei| 2 cups drained, pitted cooked prunes 5 medium apple.-, peeled. C '"ed. and quartered l teaspoon salt \* teaspoon pepper '. teaspoon ground ginger Have the gb ise prepared tor stuffing, cut ofi the neck at the body, bat leave on the neck -kin Remove amuch fai apossible frc m the ca itj an I under the skin Reserve eight ol the prunes tor garnish and cut the rest in halt ...-. the apples with the prune*. ger. and spread this mixture inside th< se and over the skin. Fill the cavity loosely with the •en with skev with I read Loop the thread n 1 the en Is ol thi nd tie them together. Fasti i the p.i, k skin Prick the entire surl ol the goose with the prongs f rk Place, breast I n on the ra< k of a roasting pan. and r isl ere i at 325 degs. F for three Turn breast up ana 1 J roasting until tender. The ing time should be a tes per pound As I cooks remove the ites in he pan 1 :e potatoes .^..a-.-tf onion gs beaten Light II purpose : ur baking powder teasp sh >rt< aing for frj ui ; Peel the potatoes. Grate, or dice and whirl in tie blender until grated Place :r. a strainer and let the I drip out. Put the pulp in a bowl and a:d the onion and the eggs Combine the flour with the baking powder, salt, and pepper, and add The amount of salt and pepper suggested ifor lightly seasoned pancakes More may be added to taste In a large skillet melt enough shortening to cover the bottom one-tourth inch deep Chicken or goose fa vegetable oil, rtei U may all be used. Heat • ltil a drop of batter added to it s Drop m the batter by heap:;, tablespoons and fl slightly. Fry over medium heatuntii • torn of the latkeare Turn and br the other -ide Place :akes on paper to for a few seconds to absorb any excess fat. To keep the fried pancakehot, they may be placed in 250 legs F ven on a br a sh m tint This makes fro Lemon tee (Jiffy Method) 1 6-oz i %  2 ater Discussir.g program for the third annual national Women's Division conference of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are (left to right Mr=. Louis G. Mrs. Michael Comay and Mrs. Lee Ratr.er. The conclave will be held Jan. 30 to Feb. 2 at the Americana hotel. Mrs. Glasset is conference chairman, with Mrs Rctner one ot the 1ol the local hostess commi'tee Mrs. Comay wife of Is: Ambassador to the United Net ens, c t.attcnal leader Wcmens Divi'icn, :s excected to attend the confsrenc* 2 eg? whi : teaspoon salt Con ?mona_e concentrate M ith and pour into a freezing tray. Freeze until firm Beat .bites and salt until •..:> -..r: it a deeper e, ior :i % %  • *or ,h e '< %  •> a few drops food coloring to the whites beating B up the frozen lemonade into a chili beat q rotary" ot Iru SflUff} :'. 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Friday, December 8. 1961 > Jf n 1st* fkiriidliiann Page 3-B Ccders Wcr^esi Step up Activity To Euro:! 'Bsak of Healing' Subscribers Left to right are Mrs. Robert Wishman, committee member; Mrs. Victor Reiter, general chairman; Miss Cindy Fink, model lor Phi Sigma Sigma, and holding cup to bs cwarded to winr.ing sorority g.ri; end Mrs. Melvin Harrison, committee me mPhi Sigs SJcile "cshior, Show the Miami S • ent lo Da %  questii n will I the alumri I .. I. p.m with iction of i dren's Sel >'i South Miami be I f fasl '". els n pmi PERFECT DISK PEN SET FCR HOME OR OFFICE! No. 112 FGUN1AIN DiCK V.H SET EFFICITNT, ECONOMICAL WITH THE RIGHT POINT FOR THE WAY YOU WRITE AtSO AVAILABLE IS ATTRACTIVE COLORS BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N.E. 59t;. :T....T MIAMI Tel. PL 4-3457 134 N.E. 1ft STREET MIAMI Tel. FR 3-5739 STEVENS OFFICE SUPPLY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel. JE 8-7205 y on MiSp 's of i and daj ime i %  NorFa>hioi each. Hair s "ill be bj Hair Designs .>l Coral Gal "Model of s pi rit Gn v i II be -i le< led by the audiem i I winioi ritj enl itled I o reIain ihe covi i the cornyear j ear w ill mark the fourih ilarship wini i Three students ol Dade county are nov at. nding collej i the aus pices i| a si holai ship p i ir years hi ifiami Mumnue chapter Guests of honor ^v ill be Dean nson. Mi i hard, id Dr Mill iw. Mr>. \ icti r Reiti r is ge neral and her mittee n mbcrs are Mr MelWishklrs. 1 %  S Mrs Ji Iman, Mrs Paul Furman. Mrs. D n Frank, Mrs Sej monr % ubin, Mrs Irwin Pi lash. Miss Adeline in on and Miss Janel SJdow. Mrs Marvin Lewis will be fashion commentator Mrs. Roben Rosen :president ol the organization. A full month ol stepped-up activity has bom launched by Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital women to enroll additional inscribers for their "Book oi Healing." Announcement <>i the drive to iiicl ihe newly-opened non-sectarian • wospital was issued jointly by Mrs. aamucl T. Sapiro, development iund chairman, and Mrs. Nathan-) id Levin, president of the Worn en's Auxiliary "We have designated Ihe month ol December as Book of Healing Month' to give new donors an opportunity to have their names engraved on the bronze pages ol Cedars' Book ol Healing," Mrs. Sapiro explained. Women who become Life Guardians by contributing or pledging S"00 over a three-year period will be listed in the book, a massive bronze memorial mounted on an Italian marble pedestal lour feet high. A contributor of $1,000, a Godi ler :also inscribed permanently in the book. • I hers' an applii d tov ard the cost : uildit g nd furnishing the maternitj wing "I ihe hospital, and be made id ol five i Over : ;| 0 women In Great) r Miami have earned the golden disc award bearing the Caduceus which has been adopted by Cedars as its ifficial symbol. Godmothers and Life Guardians receive medallions. New donorenrolled at the recent golden gift of guardianship luncheon are Mesdames Sarah Baron, George Burney, Nathan (.lover. Leon Levitt, Sam Fuchs, Jack Popick, Elmer Spector, Julius Spector. Louis Spector. Irving Spector. Hurt Hunter. Joseph Swee, Micanor Ferrer and Miguel Figueroa, Jr. Names to he listed in Ihe "Hook oi Healing'' include Mesdames Frieda Markowitz, Sam Stahl. Simon Spector. Gussie Binder. Henry Hirsch, Sam Lachman, Al Berkowitz, Howard Berkowitz, Abe Berkowitz, Rose Mackauf, Donald Berkowitz, Oida Rubin, Samuel Becker man, Nathan Rubin, Norman Tatar. Isaac Wolkowsky, Da' :•! Friedman, Irving Cypen and Miss Esther Goodman o Mesdames Irving Cypen, rt Vlani Leo v. allach, Leon .Mi Steiner, Isadore Herskowitz, I i!. Jacobs. Harold B< %  Gr< ce '!' Sommer. i fini call for sup 1 coin ci v. nli the Auxiliary re luti.on to i e an il 8150,00 i l ii l I Ail women who enroll in De bei M ill be included in the oi Healing." Deadline date for engraving nameill be Jan. l. When completed, Ihe hospital will provide 282 bed, in meet ihe increasing needs of Miami's fastgrowing population. At present only the first three floors are in operation. Food and Fun Due at Judea Treasured recipes will be revealed at Temple Judea, when the lines! COOks in Sisterhood serve and give recipes at a covered dish luncheon Wednesday noon. Members are asked to bring cards, man jongg sets, and pencil and paper for recipe swapping. Mrs, David Goldberg is Sisterhood president. Shaloma tiadassah Shaloma group of Hada; .: %  Don I Hibi ilorium will highlight Hi %  Id's birthdaj a id the H 1 luncheon. Joseph Malek, %  .'..Il present a musical program. AJC Women Plan Luncheon Annual Louise Waterman Wise luncheon will he held by Ihe Florida Won.en's Division ol the Ameri<"n 'ewish Congress on Thursday noon. Dec. 14. at Ihe Algiers hotel. Guest speaker will he former sen. Claude Pepper, who recently announced his candidacy lor U.S. Representative. 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Page 4-B vJenist IFforSdliiari Friday, December 3. 1961 What Mizrachi's Many Organizations Accomplish With Programs in Israel The Mizrachi Women's Organization of America was tounded in 1925. Today, it is the major women's religious Zionist organization in the United States, with a membership ot some 50.000 organized i:.iu 3j0 local cha piers in every p..it nt the country. Greater Miami units of the organization include Hatikvah chapler, Mrs. I.-rael Teitch. president; Dov chapter. Mrs. Louis Tokayer. president; Miami Bea:h ohapter, .Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, president; Kinneret chapter. Mr<. Alvin Leverson. president; anil New Tamara thai er Mrs. Isaac B i:n a lax Sternslein, co. i Mis \. 51 ii e, i I the Shelwmamemmmm Greatcampers at Bakka Settlement Houses, Jerusalem, in proei Mia I a sustained by Mizrachi Women's summer iresh air fund, grams Faith: Recreating the ancient ritual in the synagogue oi the Bessie Gotsfeld Children's Village at haanana, Israel. If you like KREPLACH ^CHEESE IN SAUCC You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy ArDee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only about 15c per serving! Mizrachi Women im Active in U.S. hrouch Membership in Zionist Units In YUBAN Principal work of the organization is the sponsorship and maintenance of an extensive network of child-care, social service, and educational projects in Israel, to aid youth and newcomers to the Holy Lan.-i. as well as native Israeli children. Program ol the organization is based on the belief that "the spirtual rehabilitation of children is of he utmost importance. The institutions sponsored by Mi/.rachi Women conduct their activities in an atmosphere of traditional Julaism. Among the better-known institutions sponsored by the vp/ratlii Women'organization ol America are: • Bessie Gotsfeld Children's Vilaga ar.d Farm School iKfar Ba%  yi I .it Raari a, Israel : -, m idel 11 mn unit; 150 childrei from mtrii udj and play. • Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi, Tel Aviv, a modern vocational high school for girls, providing full academic ar.d vocational training for Ii addition to the manifold a:Jewish National Fund. Among the dieticians, fashion designers, dresstivities of the World Mizrachi Wornmany lorests planted by Mizrachi makers, and secretaries, en's Organization, in the United Women in Israel is the Harry S. • Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi, JerusaStates the American atiiliate funcTruman Forest in the Jerusalem | e m, similar in scope to its sister tions in these capacities: coridor. vocational high school in Tel Aviv. • Membership in the coordinat-. ~ ing committee for Youth Aliyah, which also incorporates Hadassah, Pioneer Women and the United Is-1 rael Appeal. • Full cooperation with the drives of the United Jewish Ap-1 peal. • Active support in the sale of Israel Bonds through Israel Bond Organizations here and across the nation Also. Mizrachi Women's Organization is a member of the American Zionist Council and the Federation of National Jewish Women's Organizations. It also conducts a program of educational and cultural activities among its membership, and is one of the limited number of groups authorized by the Jewish Agency to raise funds lor Israel in the L'nited States. Mizrachi Women are also active in the afforestation programs and land reclamation activities of the GRKTINGS FROM MAYOR HIGH Miami Mayor Robert King High this week sent greetings to the upcoming Florida conference of Mizrachi Women on Monday and Tuesday in the Fontainebleau hotel. "These magnificent contributions reaffirm the biblical ideals of justice, morality. and amity, reinforcing the hopes of everyone that there shall be a genuine peace in the world." Mayor High wrote in a letter to Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator of Greater Miami Mizrachi aflairs, in a letter referring to the organization's manifold programs in behalf of Israel and Judaism here and abroad. • The first project to be established in Israel by Mizrachi Women, ii i:o\v includes the Esther and David Shapiro High School, the Children's Annex, hou-ir.g Youth Aliyah children and others referred by the social service agency ol t' Israel government, a dormitory I nigh school studems, and a mod* I kindergarten. • Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi, Beer, sheva, has been adopted aa major tenth anniversary project to be erected by Mizrachi Women in the rapidly-expanding city of Beersh. va. Vocational courses for immigrant girls are currently being conducted in temporary quarters. • Bakka Settlement Houses, Jerusalem, provide an extensi social service program for imi grants of all age-. The t rsl I tlement houses to be establishe Israel's capital city, '.hey offer n national gri Hcbre guage classe ing c i unselir j and d liel to 'lie ne< • Mosac* Aliyah Children's las*, at Peti ah, full-time ne 300 Youth ft ah an I I rivileged children, with ( on agricultui a Ing. • Haifa Community Centr, completed, is a joint project i Mizrachi Women's Organization i America and the Mizrachi W en's Organization cf Canada and %  that city's first religious community center. The Simcha of Modern Israel At Hanukkah time in Israel, a joyous spirit prevails across the land. Holiday menorahs glow from building tops and in the home, in cities, villages and countryside. Gifts are exchanged, Hanukkah parties are given, pageants are performed in schools, and night life is at the peak of its season. Pictured here is a scene in the Hebrew National Opera. Tel Aviv. Dade Heights To Model Fashions Members of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation Sisterhood will model fashions, hair styles and the new look in cosmetics Wednesday evening at the Balmoral hotel. Reservations chairmen are Mrs. j Ceil Greenspan and Mrs. Ruth Baier. On Saiuraay. Oec. 16. Sisterhood | will present "Swinging Affairs of 1961," starring Napoleon Reed, at | the Hampton House Club, 4200 NW |27th ave. Showtime is 9:45 p.m.. and the Myrtle Jones orchestra will play foi dancing. Don Hershey is in charge of resl ervaUons (Pnoto courtesy of Israel office of Information. N. Y.i EVERY SIP OF YUBAN IS A SIMCHA IN ITSELF BECAUSE IT IS THE WORLD'S RICHEST COFFEE This is indeed the world's richest tasting coffee because Yuban adds to its blend, aged coffee beans...aged like the best flavored wine and cheese. Deep, dark delicious Yuban...every cup, every sip a joy in itself! YU B AN-The Simcha Coffee KOSHER-PARVE The Premium Coffee of General Foods



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Friday. December 8. 1961 i^Jewist. fhrtdHoin Paqa 5-B Jragccly Struck, but s. itself, as well as the particular physical, enio:ional, and psyilogical needs of those in their Ideo Years. Mark ,ip % % %  i to medicine: t" the c-inquert of an ever-growing list oi i iseases h h, in the past, lughl death (arlj and which, to. iy, no longer challenge life. Mark i up t< the doctors and the labora! %  ( -i arch.'! •Who have added i consi lerable amount of time to nut HT of I %  : %  men and women mi J now expect to spend on earth. Distinguished Achievements All this is geriatrics A recentlypublished hook -ells the story more convincingly, more knowingly, and i far greater detail "Wake L'p Younger: How ta Make the Most ol Youi Later Years," recently put out by Citadel Press, N. Y., MISS HELEN ALPERT difamma overcome has been commanding particular attention throughout the nation for its high professionalism and easy readability—for the way in which it tells the retiree what he ought to know to wring the maximum amount ol comfort and happiness from his state. And it has been commanding particular attention in South Florida because il Is the joint work ot IWO Greater Miami residents and longtime friends. Dr. Samuel Gertinan and Helen Alpert. Gripped by the plight of the elderly. Dr. Gertman pioneered to open a unique medical clinic that would meet their particular needs —a clime attached to Jackson .Memorial Hospital. The drama behind the clinic's services was seen several years ago by a nationwide television audience Dr. Gertman also initialed the Department of. Gerontology at the University of, Miami school of medicine. Earlier, he was already donating his skills to Miami's Jewish Home for the Aged, one of the lust retiree homes to appreciate. !wig a.;o. the need for the special handling that the aged deserve. These are the achievements of a distinguished man who abandoned his own private medical practice to accomplish them. Le?s well-known is the incredible tragedy that felled Dr. Gertman almost at the moment he was reaching the peak of his career in geriatrics—and only a few months after "Wake l'p Younger" was written and delivered to it^ publishers. It was two o'clock on a Sunday morning last Memorial Day weekend that Dr. Gertman suflercd a severe stroke and brain hemorrhage. During his final fleeting seconds of consciousness, he directed his wife, Jessie, to summon a physician and an ambulance. A ,:,:> later, in the desperate effort to save his life, a neurosurgeon was Down in from John Hopkins \ : IM rsitj and a dangerous operation performed lor removal oi a Irani clol Days later, a second e and bloodclot necessitated r„ rt h, • | : %  sur jery deep into ill,' brain tis Dr Gertman has since fought i if to life, He now t his muscles are in ,' Mu ch >t the brain Is gone He is 43 years old Yehudcrii Moshe Party Sunday Congregation Yeh^.b Moshe £ £5^*S"5 fl Kw.U hold a barbecue and t ha [0 „ 0XVl d by tne barbecue lunch at nuka party Sunday in Popiel Hall noon (lames and rides will be Harry Gilbert is temporary ava u' a bie. PTA Chairman; Mrs A if re( i Preston is chairman At 10:30 a.m.. a Chanuka play of the function, DR. SA.YUEL GERTMAN .. geriatrics researcher Yel by an unexpected benignity few of us ever enjoy. Dr. Gertman is still at work, strong, vital and unimpaired, in "Wake L'p Younger.'" And this leads u to the other half of the story: the human-interest story ol his co-author and personal friend. Helen Alpert Here was her quandary: how to >ui!d "Wake l'p Younger" into a living testimonial to a man and the world he lived in—how to bring his message based on invaluable scientific and pioneering research to the aged who so desperately need it. But it extended beyond his: how much of the truth to tell about its co-author and the shattered finances of his family. New York Sell-Out Miss Alpert is neither an ordinary collaborator nor a ghost writer. She has served on two metropolitan newspaper.-., and is recognized as one of the top-level women executives in the country in the field of the aged. She is vice president of the nationwide Firsl Retirement Foundation. Fortified by the publishers, Citadel Press, who were extremely coperative and understanding, she to New York in Octob< r, and made instantaneously warm and meaningful successes in her appear inces on i variety of radio and television programs. On one show. Miss Alpert spent 90 minutes answering retiree questions telephoned in by viewers The result.' "Wake l'p Younger" became a sellrut in New York bookshops Other good things have followed since: Mrs Geneva Mathiesen. executive secretary of the National Council on the Aging, gave Miss Alpert the organization's choice list of 4.000 people as potential book-buyers. (Mrs. Mathiesen knew the Dr. Gertman story—had visited Dr. Gertman durum his stay at the lamed institute ol Physical Rehabilitation in a desperate and sucCessful effort to revive his expired brain cells, "it is so unbearable," .-•tie mnffiservetf, "to s€H t>ie "merriment in Dr Gertman'eyes and to realize the vacancy behind them.") Hi* Chief Giit At the same time, from the University of Michigan came the personal assurance ol Dr Wilma Donahue's similar oiler ot her 15.000 supporters of the university's gerontology projects. And now. from individual over the country, maij if wl have worked with Dr <> irl re coming added offers ol a I And. recently, from the publish ITS. has come a rather extraordinary gesture on behalf of the book and its authors. Citadel Press announced they will cooperate H h -elected club groups to sell "V Up Younger" and retain a sizes ill sum for tiieir own club treas il 1'his means that these groups will oe permitted to handle the book as a special fund-raising project. Four organizations which have responded instantly and helpfully are Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Gift Shoo, a college club. Flori I i chapter ol the National Park:' Foundation, and the Biscayne Club of Business and Professional Women. Both Mrs. Gertman and M'ss Alpert are available to make the necessary arangements. The uneasy silence is being dispelled — by honesty. Interest is swift because "How to Wake Up Younger" is good. Dr. Gertmatt's duel gilt was his ability to seize creatively on the geriatric principles which had rarely gone beyond intellectual explore tio n befoi" him and ; bring them down to earth and put them to work. It was this ability hich had made him so valu for example. :o the Luthi Church's Missouri Synod in the >y plans with P mai her for their v. > %  I Ridge Retirement village in Si uth M And a was Helen Veen's abll %  ,i test these principles every inch • the way and. in turn, to put them %  irk for every reader. The result is a book winch is a delight to read and a unique contribution in a difficult Del I. SHCSKANA DAMARI Leading Actress To Appear Here Shoshana Damari, one of fsrai"• ng vocalists, will be featured at a paid-up membership i >ception of the South Florida Division of the American Friends or' the t':.,\ er >itj < : Jeru: al. m Dec. 20 in the Exodus room of the Carlo hotel Miss Damari. who vaulte 1 %  > %  ne as Ihe star th \ m picture, "Hill 24 Doesn't Answer," will appear with other members of the Israel-Am srican show due to open the following .: >hl !' r the general public in tl Exodus room. tn addition to the American Kneads, members ol the Florida Division of the American Jewish Physicians Committee and Alpha Omega dental frat ir been invited to the ree 0 according to Jack s • resi thi Am ir o( I unit %  groups spoi ir i • be pa of tl Universitj i i in the I a i ption %  J< wi h Appi Hi brew I i. ersi .. %  1 ther Is' aeli causes. 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Friday, December 8, 1961 J-& K i§t FhrldHatf Page 7-B Socialites C^/o to JLjinncr for the CJpcra Cjui/J There was glamor galore at "A n Italy," premier dinner I the Miami Beach comn ?.:cv ol the Opera Guild oi Greatii M ami on Saturday nighl in the i ...( pompeii of the Eden Roc. Of the 400 guests, the attractive, ir.e hail' waj elegantly garbed in the newest oi evening styles and fabrics with overall beading, se(II ns and jeweled enihroi ery. n topped with snowy mink or the newest mutations. Or, and Mrs. Leonard i Ronnie) jacobscn. both chairmen, were at tgsidc table with the Abe Schon i Ber'e in a ii< eo fv<\ in '. n with slantin \, ruffled skirt pristine whi'e mink jacket; the Malcolm Roths, sh • in blush i• %  lae'e over satin and autumn l,..(' mink; Mrs. Rae Aberman, Ronnie's mother, with pailleted i K and an orchid in her hair; [he Or. Mayer Marks. Mrs. M. i, soft black A glamor-drenched, i i • -weeping re;i gown with wide white lace insc'.s topped with frosty II ink, regal on Ronnie. An attractive, lively table donnnated by pixie Inez and Ralph MUM. Her unusual leopard iur halter top on a swooshing chiffon Door-length skirt and matching fur stole, a real conversation piece. Pretty Merle (Mrs. Jack' Young ehese short, slim, all-over beaded navj Another interesting fabric -.the bouffant coupe dc velour, H lich Florence (Mrs. Morris) Green hi made in Paris. A cherry sa*'n orera coal over angel white chifIon with beaded blouson, most bcng to lovely Ruth (Dr. Leo) i per. A Stem-slim ivory sheath highlighted by a long string ol licarls bj Mrs, William (Virginia) i • n. And Phyllis (Mrs. Albert) i i k chic In a long, slender, i embossed Uame, was especially pleased with her brand new idelier earrings and sables. Creamy Peau de £oie William and ItiLons YViekII. hosts to a very large group. I, !. %  radian! in a full, billowing creamy peau de ?oie strapless ball with beaded bodice and large I at the right hip falling to the hen line Long gloves and while [ex fur completed the outfit. Nice atrast furnished by Mrs. Lillian Kraff's long, crimson lace frock and tiara. Imong the early arrivals, the Dr. Stanley Krehiings. Marion in! lovelj lurqouise and silver cock1 tail suit with demi-fitted jacket and white mink boa. Ruth an I James Cohen, Huh attractive in short.! sequined off-white sheath, white n nk $hrug and orchids for Chanuka Accomodatingly posing lor the l Otograpber, fashionable Mrs. Ben Cohen in ice blue satin, lavishI-, sequined with floating pannier in hack and stole to match Daughter, Mary Linda, charming in a ice blue formal with pristine white mink bubble Margie (Mrs. Irvin) Korach was Out for the advancement of opera are Mr. and Mrs. David Hochberg at "A Niaht in Italy" at the Eden Roc hotel last Saturday. Mrs. Hochberg was co-chairman of the dinner sponsored by the Miami Beach committee of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami. oi Li I r's music, the 11< 'I alia loffs, Lucille in short cerise satin; Dr, Norman Jaffee and wife Ann, a charming mother-to-be, in I lack velvet; Stella and Harold Turk, she in bronze satin frock with lace set into the bodice. The Irving Millers, Shirley in full skirted ball gflwn, and dark-haired Audrey i Mrs John i Porte, willowy in her floor-sweeping silver brocade, witn husband. John. t Vice Consjl of Italy At the table with Dr. and Mrs. tro Hi Pilippi, the vice consul ol |tal> Dr. J. M !>< %  Gaetani, and hicharming wife Mrs Di Filip i. wore a blush red lace truck bowed ;.i Ihi shoul !ers and a Spanish comb in hi r dark locks. Da\ id Hochbi rg receh ing congratulation on his birthday from his wife, lovely in full-length gold brocade sheath. Dashing Mrs. Daniel Schlapik. chairman, in a splashy roseate print on while with matching satin stole. Very attractive ensemble on Helen (Dr. Sidney ) Fox—a scarlet opera coat over a matching dress trimmed in jet bead scrolls, all m a d e in Hong Kong. An Eslaves original featuring name-colored bodice and white lulllength skirt with red panel falling from the low back for Maida (Mrs Melvin Grossman. And a reallydazzling stem slim evening gown On Lottie I Mrs Kmil i Morton, with shimmering overall heading. Otherglimpsed in the crowd— (he Leopold Spitalnys, August Gelgers, .Mr. and Mrs Sam Knowlos. Col. and Mrs. Carl R Shaw, the Robert Turchins, Edward Kahns, and Mr and Mrs. Jerome Kipnis. Both the formal and informal entertainment was devoted to operatic selections designed to whet the appetite for the full-length perR/\VfV formances ol Verdi's "La TraviaJL1I 1-MM-J ta" on Jan. 22. and "Turandot," by Puccini, on Feb. 12. Isabel Grove Shalom Women Plan Benefit Shalom chapter. B'nai B'l Women, is the latest organization to plan a theatre part;, at the Roosevelt Theatre, Miami Beach, to see the Academy Award candidate movie, "El Cid," on Saturday. Jan. 13. President of Shalom Chapter, Mrs. Gordon Marmorsteln, and a special committee are holding a week long ticket sale in a special booth, displaying interesting information about the Charlton HestonSophia Lcren reserved seat production, at the Cutler Ridge Shopping Center. "El Cid," filmed in Spain at a cost ol $8,000,000, brings to life in Technicolor on a giant screen the adventure and pageantrj of the warrior-hero ol the nth century, who drove the invading Moors Irom his country, and created the nation of Spain Opening nigiit oi the exclusive southern premiere of "El Cid," on Dec. 21. has been sold to the Florida chapter. National Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, as a benefit. On the evening ol Dee. 22. the Miami B-.'ach Fraternal Order of Police. William Nichols Lodge 8, will hold a benefit performance Thus far. more than a do/en local organizations, clubs and industrial groups have arranged for theatre parties to see the mammoth movie. "El Cid." SHERATON H0TEL s C 0NFIRM BOTH ROOM AND THE Doing their bit for the advancement of the operatic art were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lapidus (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Lanfield. i vision in black chiffon dance Wein'raub. Two-piece short engown trimmed with Innge and scmble of square necked sheath icd and blue beads, completed with and hip-length jacket of alternations black gloves and cerulean ing tiers of narrow lace ruffles and mink. A most interesting black bands oi sequins, outfit on Claire 'Mrs. Sydney! Seen dancing to the Latin beat Chanuka Party For Cuban Jews Temple Menorah sponsored a Chanuka parly Wednesday for Cubi an Jewish residents. Guest speakers included Carlos Todd, former editor of the Havana Times, and the Hon. 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Page 8-B *Jen1st FkrodHain Friday, December 3 1251 7/e,., lUMng., Vtv 6-C WOMAN OF THE WEEK Mrs. Julien Baloghs birth certificate savs Sonia. but everyone cal'.s her Sunny. The nickname is well-deserved. When Sunny was live, her mother showed her a picture o: cnildren playing in a baby orchestra, and asked if she v\ould like to join. An enthusiastic yes" was the answer, a violin was bought, and that was the beginning. She received scholarships in New York City, where they lived, to the JuilIiard School of Music. Chatham Square, and the David Mannes That i> where she met Julien. when she was just thirteen. He played oboe in the orchestra, and they grew up in music together. Goldsteins Tell Phyllis' Troth Dr. and Mrs. Philip Goldstein, of, Buffalo. NY., announce the engagement of their daughter, Phyl-, lis Anne, to Robert S. Gross, son of Mrs. Leonard Gro-s and the late Mr. Gross, of 744 Lakeview dr., Miami Beach. Miss Goldstein, a student of speech therapy, will graduate from the University of Miami in June. She is past president of Sigma Delta Tau sorority and treasurer of Sigma Alpha Eta speech honorary organization. Mr. Gross graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and the University of Miami, where he was treasurer of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-' ternitv and a member of the UniAfter they were married, the Baloghs lived in Pittsburgh. New Orleans, and Washversity of Miami Band of the Hour ineton. where they were closely associated Hc presently attends the Univerwith music there and always playing in the s j lv 0 f .Miami school of law. where SUNNY symphonies. Then ten years ago. they moved lo Miami. Julien comes from a long line of jewelers, and although he has always devoted a great part of his life to music, and still does.; he also is faithful to his heritage. Both he and Sunny design unusual pieces for their jewelry store in Coral Gables. They love to take precious stones — rubies and emeralds are Bunny's favorites — and create a piece of, jewelry just for that particular stone. The Baloghs both play in wie University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Sunny was concert master for the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, and Julien teaches in the Woodwind Department at the University of Miami. Many people have missed Sunny's piquant face, with its soft bang of dark hair, in the I M Pop Concert Orchestra these past two years, htie just couldn't i ake it; during he summer, she and Julien must store up enough energj to "make do" through :he year. Last summer, they combined p. business trip to Europe with pleasure. London. Paris, the Black Forest and France were par; of their motor trip on the continent. The year before, they drove to California with the two beys camping out. Sunny practices five hours a day. The two boys. Brian and Michael. don*t find this unusual; they take it as a matter of course. Brian has started piano lessons, and Michael will soon follow. Sunny ia firm believer in the fact that you must know piano first before you take up any instrument. But that is one of those "do as I say Speeches." .she stalled (from scratch?) with the violin. As soon as the symphony season is over, the task of readying her own concert programs begins. Acting as a chauffer for the boys, designing jewelry, practicing, attending concerts that do not conflict with the Baloghs" own engagements, as well as trying to keep up with her reading, means a full 28-hour day for Sunny. But she loves every minute — even the practicing which as she says no one can do for her. HURRY HURRY Ted and Ruth Pritikin and Donald and Esther Rubin were out visiting one night last week. Suddenly Dcnald received a phone call, at the conclusion of .which he grabbed Esther's hand and flew for the door, calling for the Pritikins to hurry They hurried so fast that Ted nearly lost his coat. The reason was perfectly obvious: Daughter Eleanor, married to Jay Crystal, had just called to say that they were Lack lrom their honeymoon. UNDER A PINK TENT Tents are going gay this year. You walked right through the house of Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz on No. Shore dr. into a large pink tent. The cafe tables and chairs were pink. too. Centerpieces looked like lar^e ice cream sodas, the overflowing kind. The pink straws were decorted with a bride and groom. All this was in honor of Joan Eggnatz. who is marrying Michael Simkowitz in April. The parents of the groom-to-be. Iz and Lucy Simkowitz. stood at the door with Mike and Rena Eggnatz and the engaged couple to welcome their many friend.-. Leon and Dotty Kaplan, the A. Biidd Cutlers. Ralph and Ethel Spero. the Dr. Donald Mishnoifs. the Dr. Edward Roths. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Morris. Harry and Eve Lack, and Al and Hope Rosen were just a few cf the guests. Dr. Lee Eggnatz and his Marian were in the dining room admiring the two sweetheart cakes. It is always nice to have a grandmother at engagement parties and Mrs. Dina Simkowitz was there. &f SIX DAYS LEAVE The wedding is over, the honeymoon is over, and Stuart Becker man and his bride, the former Susan Beldner. an settled in their cute .'apartment in Coral Gables, which is not too far from the Homestead A:r Force Base for Stuart or the University ot Miami for Susan. In the { %  ink and white kitchen with the dishwasher. Stuart and Susan will ITJ nut all their fancy gadgets and wonderful recipes for the gourmet foods thev like UNCANNY IS THE WORD Beverly (Mrs. Jay I.) Kislak gave a sih of relief that everything was in order. The house that had been under construction lor months was done, the cleaning service had been called, plans were written OUl for the remaining days of the week, until th big day of Jonathan's Bar Mitzvah. Plans for the luncheon at King's Bay had been finalized. She went upstairs to shower, do her ?air and nails. Little did she r*-alize that the next time she would again be in charge of her household the Bar Mitzvah would be long over. She was rushed to the hospital with appendicitis, and later she had pneumonia. Everyone tried to make the Bar Mitzvah day one that would long be remembered by Jonathan despite the fact that his mother wasn't there. When she finally realized that the affair was over, she also discovered that Jonathan had been wonderful, the festivities had gone off without a hitch—and Jay brought her a recording of the services at Temple. he is a member of Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. A summer wedding is planned. Norris, Bartel Betrothal Told Mrs. Alice Norris. of 1050 No. Shore dr.. Miami Beach, announces the engagement of her daughter. Dolores, to Alan G. Bartel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartel, of 110 W. 28th St., Hialeah. The couple both attended the University of Florida, where they met. They plan to live in Gainesville, where Mr. Bartel will be attending the University of Florida medical school. Newlyweds Take Nassau Junket Rena Krasnow and Richard Jay Rosenthal were united in marriage ur J. Eisenberg and Rabbi Ephraim Eisenberg. brother' of the bride, Solomon Shultz, cousin %  ->( the groom. Hank Iszacscr.. Meyer Vu. field, and Milton Feller, all ot New York City, friends cf the g oom The bride selected a g3n of white silk pcau dc soie designed with a modified scoop neckline, lilted bodice with French alencon lace, and applique with -eeri pearls. The skirt, wi.h side and back full. ness. terminated in a chape! train. She wore an illusion veil with French crown a;id carrici a bouquet of yellow and white roses and stephanotis. Officiating at the ceremony, iogether wi'h the leaders of the Orthodox rabbinate of York, were Rabbi of the Kingsbndge Heigh; Jewish Center. N.Y COUSb) of the bride, and Rabbi Ephraim E. en berg, brother of the bru'e. a ;-actuate ot the Hebrew Academy here, who was recently ordained by Ner Israel College of Baltimore Some 200 relatives and friends, of Miami. New York. Chicago, Baltimore. Hartford. Conn and Rochester. N.Y., attended Th Kir Applications For Men of Acceptable App iranct for Positions as TICKET TAKERS AISLE ATTENDANTS Apply 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. 7 P.M. o 9 P.M. MUST 6P"£ PHOTO for High Quality, established lead-1 | ing Jewish Day Camp in Dade I County. Reply by stating qualifico-1 • tions and experience to President,! I 'Cong. Yehudah Moshe | i 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. North Miami YOUNG MAN-CUBAN JEWISH BACKGROUND Knows well Yiddish, Hebrew, Spanish, English; S:eks position in institution, synagogue or school. Leave message for Jacob FR 4-9374. WANTED WOMAN TO SHARE MY APARTMENT WITH ME. MIAMI BEACH. JE 1-2124 ^WSEK^r


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Friday. December 8. 1961 Jen isti IThirBdliicJiin Page 9-B F ROM time to time, many of you ask questions concerning dif!i cent types of dress, especially ,itout jackets, capes and boleros, lere are some of them: Q. I am 5' 4" tall and wear a size 14 dress. I often wonder if the jacket dress is the best line for me? A. The jacket dress, especially if in a print, will only create a ,isual impression or making you I k shorter and heavier. The iiasons are lirst that the print, jn contrast to a solid, always adds weight. Since you usually do not vvi-h to restrict your wardrobe to nly solid colors, be aware of this fact, and do not add bulk, or visual weight, with a jacket. The second reason is thai any i especially a horizontal line, ses the eye to follow it. InMISS ILltN GOLDBtRG Goldberg, Shaw Plan June Rites Miss Kllen Joy Goldberg will he• me .Mrs. William H. Shaw in ne 10, 1962 rites. The couple's betrothal i< being nouneed here this week by the de elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S d Goldberg, 2560 SW 22nd ave. Tin siroom-to-bc is the son of and Mrs. Milton Shaw, 235 rairway dr., .'Miami Beach. Miss Goldberg attended Miami "• %  nior High School, whore she was tnber ot Tri Beta and Sweetart of Sigma Rho. She went to University of Florida, and now i ans to graduate from the Univ sity of Miami. Her fiance is a member of Tau 1 i'-i'on Phi fraternity at the Uni, t.sily of Florida, and currently • attending medical school at the I "I M hire. -Wad of a vertical line, which your dress can create, you deliberately cut yourself visually, that is. with the chopping line of a jacket. This generally causes people to think you are about ten pounds heavier than the scale reads. Q. The capelette effect is quite : prevelent now. What can it do for my figure, and what about the removable cape? A. The capelette effect is considered in current lasnion, anJi can be quite flattering because! it is a sott line. Care should be; taken that it does not add bulk to I the figure—that is uniess you are tall and >lim enough to carry it. | Some of the dresses have a cap elette effect only at (he oack of the bodice. This particular line may be worn by almost any size woman. The shorter woman should be cautious about t h e capelette effect lhaljs achieved with the sleeves because it can either be very soft and flattering, or can ; : eier from the natural beauty of her figure. The tall woman may utilize the tape to cut her height. Some women are quite tall, and always feel they are towering over others. Too often they resort to unbecoming slumped shoulders in the misfatten illusion that by ha\ing poor posture they don't look quite so tall. They should, instead, stand up straight—because they have a distinct advantage over their shorter sisters—and use the lines of their clothes to make them appear shorter. t • • LJERE is where the capelette is % %  used to its best advantage: It will cut the tan woman s figure and take inches off her height. In the meantime, she is dressed in the height of fashion. Q. Is it true that short boleros will make me look short and dumpy? A. Only il you really are "short and dumpy." The line ot the bolero must cut your figure—any line going across your body will. The desired illusion in fashion during this era is that of being tall and slim. Vertical lines will help achieve this illusion Usually the dress with the bolero will emphasize this type ol jacket by defining the line Of the bolero with a contrasting color or a banding. The separation of color or line only causes the eye to divide the body—and so you must appear shorter and heavier. Again, the woman who finds it just as difficult to gain weight ;iihe woman who tries to lose weight, should take advantage ot this illusion. By simply wearing a print dress, and adding a short, defined bolero, stie may add several visual pounds. PLAN A THtATRt PARTY For Fund Raising or as a Social Event SPECIAL DISCOUNT PLAN For Clubs, Organizations. Charity Groups Call Hal Pearl Group Sales Dopt. JE 2-2331 ROOSEVELT 770 Arthur Godfrey Rd. 41st St. Miami Beach \i'il..... MRS. MARTIN COHEN Special Album To be Released United Artists Record Company is readying a special "Judgment at Nuremberg" album for release Dec 10. The album will contain music from the new Stanley Kramer production, and will also feature narration and a few dramatic highlights from the film. Produced and directed by Stan ley Kramer. "Judgment at Nuremberg" premieres locally at the Lincoln Theatre on Dec. 20. Heading the cast arc seven of Hollywood's top stars. Spencer Tracy. Burt Lancaster, Richard Widmark, Marlene Dietrich. Judy Garland. Maximilian Schell. and Montgomery (.'lift. Composer Ernest Gold, whose "Exodus" score won him an Oscar, composed the "Judgment at Nuremberg" musical score. Cohens Are Tourir.g Florida A form..! dinner at the Seville hotel followed the i o'clock ceremony uniting Geraldim Lee Greenhut and Martin Lcroy Cohm on Sunday, Dec. 3. Rabb. Leon Kronish officiated, For her wedding, the bride selected a traditional, floor • length gown of satin with scoop neckline, cap sleeves and fitted bodice. The bouffant skirt featured an apron side effect reembroidered with iridescent sequins and appliqued with alencon lace, and extended to a chapel train. Her short bouffant French illusion fell from a high crown of alencon lace reembroidered with sequins, and she carried while orchids, stephanoiis and lilyof-thevalley on a Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. Joel Greenhut. the bride's sister-in-law. Honey Cohen, t h e bridegroom's sister, and Judy Rainess were bridesmaids. Mrs Sam Greenhut was in charge of the guest book Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greenhut. 311 N'W 198th st., the new Mrs. Cohen is a graduate oi North Miami Senior High and attended Palm Beach Junior College. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr and Mrs. Herman Cohen, 911 NE 158th st. His brother. Richard Cohen, served as best man. and Joel Greenhut, the bride's brother. Gerald Babbitt and Anthony Winkler served as ushers. An alumnus of Miami Roach Senior High and Palm Beach Junior College. Mr. Cohen is art director ol the United Fund. After a wedding tour of Florida, the young couple will make thenhome in North Miami Beach. Dr. Soroff to Speak Dr. Nathanii I Soroff, of the Bu> %  '' .in of •'<" ish Education, ill speak Oil "Light and Shadows m the Human Melting Pol in the StaU of Israel" at the bi-weekly forum oi the Workmen's Circle Peril/. School on Tuesday evening at the school. 1545 SW 3rd st. Golda Meir Club Meets Tuesday Pioneer Women. Golda Meir Club, will meet Tuesday evening at Beth El Congregation. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president, said that the brief business session will be followed by a program dedicated to membership This will be in conjunction with the current citywide membership drive recently declared by Miami Beach .Mayor Kenneth Oka. Mrs. Miriam Halpern, vice president and membership chairman, will conduct the program. Mrs. William Beckwith, overall membership chairman of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, will extend greetings. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Milton Green, president of the local Council. A musical presentation will follow. Hostess at a social hour will be Mrs. Irving Sachs, in honor of her husband's recovery from a recent illness. Mrs. Pushkin will act as co-hostess. Mrs. Esther Calchm.m will be in charge of the social hour. flection Meeting Monday Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi will hold an election meeting Monday, 8 p.m.. at the Strath Haven hotel. 'Girl's Best friend' Temple Sinai will present "Romans are a Girl's Best Friend" on Saturday evening at North Miami High School auditorium Don Johnson will appear as .Mark Anthony and Vicki Dunn as Cleopatra. The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend The Dedication of the Completely Remodeled Building of Congregation Anshe Ernes and the Installation of Officers on Sunday, Dcember 10th at 7 P.M. Rabbi Simon April Will Officiate 2533 SW. 19th Avenue, Miami E I hmenTs will be served. &6te/i£tcef£ FOUNTAIN DESK PEN SET • For writing comfort and efficiency • Full choice of point styles • Perfect for home or office ASK FOR No. 112 BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 NE. 59th STREET MIAMI Tel. PL 4-3457 134 NE. 1st STREET MIAMI Tel. FR 3-5739 STEVENS OFFICE SUPPLY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACN Tel. 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Fcce 1C-B *Jf M £sfi nLrSdHctn Friday, December 3. \%\ The Courier National conference of State of I>racl Bonds, upcoming here in late February, will feature American premiere of the Dior-Israel Fashion S • Which was a highlight ol world showing in Paris a coup'of weeks ago Dr. and Mrs. Periti Scheir.berg attended a community h. en seminar on the United Nations m New York City last Friday. i i d-renowned neurologist on tin faculty of the University of v Fabien Sevitiky will conduct t u University of Miami Sympbonj Orchestra's eagerly-awaited per; mance with ageless Jack Benny on Feb. 20 at Miami Beach Convention Hali. This is Jack's yt: business Da^jJ Dubinsky of [LGWU. and Zalman J. Licenstein, ol the Jewish Labor Committee, will speak Tuesday at the Sen'or Citizens rally at the B ditorium William L. Shirer, writing in current Look ii n ne, says five million Jews would have died in a Nazi concentration camp in New Jersey if the United States had lost World War II. t • credits Japanese with a far more lenient attitude in his mythical verdict oi the war Dr. Robert Gordis, who has appeared in the "Living Book" sinesponsored by the Jewish Theological Seminary oi America, has been appointed Seminary Professor of Bible Judge Na'.vm Englardtr was featured speaker ;.t Barcelona hotel luncheon marKing 10th anniversary of Miami Beach Jewish Home for Retarded Children, towards which Ella Wallman has labored so hard these many years Cantor Joe Malek, recently-named co-chairman with Jack Fishman cf Zionist Luncheon Club, sang in honor of Israel Silver-man's 87th birthda>. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith has tapped former Beach V it Mayor Burnett Roth achairman of the board and Temple Israel president Sam A. Goldstein as chairman of its executive committee for forthcoming year. Election will take place Dec. 17 at the Algiers hotel Hank Bems will discuss "Can Democracy Survive" on Monday. 8:30 p.m.. at Normandy Isle Branch of Washington Federal. Saturday n ghl the sponsoring Citizens Action League holds its first social event, a buffet supper, al home of Mrs. Revy Balkin Burt Haft and Jack Gaines, oi Haft-Gaines, were invited by Life magazine to attend the NAHB show in Chicago this week Chuck Hall has been ( I chairman of 1962 Dade March of Dimes carpOaign Bi'! Singer doing an outstanding job as president oi Industrial De\elopment Council which is attempting to create "an image oi wi n • as the most important single (actor in attracting new industry i( Greater Miami." Metro chairman Bob Ksverfield and Miami Mayor Bob H'.-jh have pledged full cooperation If Singer can transmit his l(. -hip as effectively as he does to his successful Royal Castle oper.( the sky's the limit for this long-overdue project Tcehnion has set : a special English language department for advanced agricultural engineering courses for African and A.-ian students, and Hebrew t niversitj of Jerusalem has mapped courses in English and French L.; students from the emerging nations in its college ol medicine. E. J. Scheaffer has nailed down the advertising account for Monroe county Brad Sherman heads WCKR's expanded news operation featuring helicopter traffic surveys Sonny Hirsch and Joe Tanenbaum the station a powerful sports punch as well Mrs. Samuel J. Stone represented Miami Heart Institute at the national convention of I spital Auxiliaries in Atlantic City. Other active leaders in the I rt Institute include Mrs. Seymour Fine, Mrs. Anna Denmark and medical technologist Sanford L. Adler Yeshiva University's coming of age. Its own alumni — not the "subway" variety — have joined 300 strong in an Alumni Century Club to support the school's growth Ray R. Eppert, president ot the Buri hs Corporation, in town for preview in latest in visible record computer systems at First National Bank of Miami's new Electronic l'ronafc George Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pythias, held a breakfast Sunday at Harfenist restaurant. Left to right are Joseph Malek; Sydney Mund. grand secretary of New York State; Saul M. Jarrett, chancellor commander; and Metro Commissioner Harold Spaet, who acted as master of ceremonies. Program also included Eddie Schaeifer, Rev. Fred Behner, and Rabbis Morton Malavsky and Nathan Sfard. The lodge is presently embarked on a membership campaicn, and meets the second and fourth Monday of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Unit SSates Party Mr and Mrs. Jewish Congi ess ( hanuka pm > -. %  ,-ening in the Beth David .-'.. < SVY 3rd ave. Rabbi Jonah -peaker and will discuss '! • Mac. rabean's Chattel -•. World." Mrs Sarah P. K. ;>i the program ei if th .roup is LewiSti Humphrey Urges Kennedy to Make Fu!! Tour of Latin American Nations Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey < DMinn. I said Tuesdaj n -lit in Miami Beach Auditorium that he is recommending to Presidenl Kennedy that he visit not jtisi briefly in Latin America, but to make "a full 'our ol every maj r nation ot Latin Amerk.. Addn ss ng .. civil I irum sponsored by Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., the Senate This scribe went to Gotham for 48 hours and discovered again that New Y' rk Ino place for a Miamian in the winter. Twice, we nearly t our overcoat as we scurried to meetings, which included friendly encounters with Israeli Foreign Minister Golda Meir, resting at the E ex House between arduous UN sessions; Sam Rothberg, dyanmic he; : of Israol Investors Corporation, who will be in Miami Beach in February for Israel Bonds and American Friends of Hebrew Universit; national conclaves; and many of the nation's outstanding Jewish leaders who can not wail to warn, up under our ever-present sunshine .... American Council for Judaism has sent out a news release blami: the troubles of Moroccan Jewry on "Israeli-Zionist propaganda.'' Letterhead lists Herbert U. Feibelman and Herbert E. Steiner, of Miami. Leo Hammer, ol Ft. Lauderdale. and Alvin J. Lirdenberg, of Hollywood, as members of national advisory board Release eoni "Nevertheless, the Zionists are winning Onlv an elevi th ri versa! of present trends will S~e the situation and present the tr: .ii uprooting of thousands ol our fellov Jews from a homeland ii has oeen theirs for 2.000 years!" (Exclamation point is ours.) •American Jewish Congress biennial survey of state anti-bias legislation shows 21 stales passed 39 laws this year on anti-discrimination, a quantitative record Rep. James Roosevelt will be featured speaker at Dec. 17 Israel Bond dinner in Hollywood. Same night Sen. Wayne Morse sneaks at Hebrew Academy dinner honoring affable Maurice Revitz, with Leonard Rosen and J. A. Cantor the hustling co-chairmen. National Conference of Christans and Jews has set night of Feb. | 19 for its annual dinner Hebrew University has Feb. 17 and 18 | for its Miami Beach dinners Samuel T. Sapiro tells us Cedars of Lebanon already running at 70 percent occupancy, an outstanding feat for a couple of weeks in business That Dec. 23 gala for Mt. Sinia, seems a sure -ell oni ar. Democratic Whip, who has just relume., from a three-week visit with Latin American leaders, said that lh< greatest export we could make to our neighbi rs to the South this year would be such a visit (rum President and Mrs. Kenned} "Such a visit," he said, "would signal that the United Staies considers the Alliance for Progress a major program of historic importance, that we intend it to have in Latin America the same impact that the Marshall Plan had in Western Europe. "it would be an unmistakable demonstration that the U.S. is in earnest, that we intend to keep our full commitment to our neighbors to the South, and the presidential visa would have dramatic results in terms of strengthening Latin American confidence and beLet in the economic future ol Latin America.'' At the same time. Sen Hiimphr< > proposed a major new American program—'he establishment ol an Inter-American Free Trade Area—"a Common Market for the Western Hemisphere which would become an equal partner with the European Common Market, and which would protect the legitimate interests of our Latin American neighbors, who rely so heavily upon their exports of raw materials to the vast industrial complex ol Western Europe." The Minnesotan said that he intends to take up this propo-al with the President upon his return to Washington shortly. Prior to making his Latin American tour. Sen. Humphrey visited Western Europe, holding numerous conversations with the top European leadership responsible for the development ol the European Common Market Looking at the Cuban crisis, the Senator said that "Castroism anel Communism in Latin America can be put on the run. and 1 am very optimistic about it." KOSHER POULTRY SEE TH* CHICKENS ALIVE AND HEALTHY CAPONS ^O" lb SPONGERS £ y £ live ROASTERS Wt. 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* /*** *'#? flrrgrfifrinn 1 Pc-re li-B Lovely Ensembles Worn at Belh David 'Nfoh? wsfh Opera' Function Here Oiiice:s ar.d members of United Synagogue Youth of Temple Zion will present the Sabbath ce end Oneq Shabbat at the Temple on day. Tcp row are Terry Grossman, chapiain; Victor Deutchman, assistant chaplain; Sam Harris publications vice president; Sam Harris, jr., religious committee. Bottom row ::r^ Ann Weiss, treasurer; Marcia Imber, recording secretary; Elaine Levin, coordinating vice president; Sheila Levine, president; Rae Weiss, program vice president; Deborah Penick. corresponding secretary; and Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual lecder of Temple Zion. Not shewn are Mark Shapiro, membership vice president; Susan Samuels, fund-raising vice president; and Paul Levine. religious committee. The USY chapter will a'.so hold a Chanuka dance Saturday evening at the Temple. Lovely enseml les irn as well as sung and hea cenl "Night with the Opei Beth David Congregati IliiiKii-. irv chairman! Mrs Ji Balogh, chose .1 yellow cashmere creation, Mrs. Har I I Kau was in antique v hi'.i collar HI hi iik beadin 1 This topped with a rod silk quilted 1 hi1 se coolie coat all hand-embroid ered. Mrs Kaufman pur semblc in Hong Kong t hile on an around ihe-world cruise Mrs. Marshall Maj ir chose a green beaded sheath with a matching three-quarter length cocktail coat. Mrs. Leon Levin's silk prim was from Italy, with the vibrance of the colors a tribute to the Italian maker's art. Mrs Phillip Seluff chose a red Oriental brocade sheath. Purple satin was the choice ol Mrs Michael Covin, Her sheath featured a matching waist-length ja< k< The cl issic shirtwaist stj le. this time in shocking pink, v as worn bj Mrs. Louis Goldman. Mrs. Arthur Pekelner's white lace was waistwrapped with a black taffeta cummerbund. bister! • Max .it with a sha if sf the Mrs, Louis -1 • n %  : rested ci %  • ij 11 ilack peau 1 I'.h ; 1 %  — Edith Zipp AduS+s Plan Function Young Adult Fnen • I will be hos • %  1 buffet dinner and inst: r newly elected officers 01 at the homi icy 0 2116 Prairie ave. startin 1 After the ii tior p will !>• %  guests at a M Ii hotel for a show a 4 Installing offic< r \. Ai Ihur Pekelner, Greal 1 Zionist Ii pn E he Mi % %  • ', chairman < South a Zioi He will bi -. -: %  d '• % %  •_ I %  > paport, xi cutivi le Southeast res Z< \ give the new tVfai-45 lei Lebowitz and Dave Weissman. officers cf Miami Beach Lodge, Knights of Pythias, look on as Irving Fietrack presents a free violin scholarship to Karena Fishbein. The 15-year-old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leo Fishbein wa= judged best from a field of 206 contestants for the scholarship. Presentation made at the final eliminations at Miami Beach Lodge Meeting Haii last week. 1. Slip in giant s.:e cartridge ot Super Qjmk Jverflow ink collector resets leaking. 2. Insert con. oi cartridge. I bottle as >ou v.ojij oi lira: y pen. Ml. AND MRS. ISADOBE STUN Stems Mark 50th Anniversary l In Golden Wedding anniversary 'it Mr and Mrs. Isadore Stein was, celebrated recently at a dinner Party for 165 friends and relatives at the Sidney Hills Country Club, Chesinut Hill. Mass. There for the occasion were the former Florence Stein, her hus : band. Isidore Hecht and their two daughters, l.abelle and Barbara, who flew to Boston and were joined by Florences bro her. David, who attends Boston I'niversity. The Steins also have two other sons and ii grandchildren. Frequent visitors here, t n e Steins, who live in Newton. Mass.. are Often seen at West Flagler Ken-, nel Club. Son-in-law Isadore Hecht %  is president of the club. "Convertible" Fountain Pen with 1 IK Gold Point A brand i kind of fountain pen. It's rertible." You can load it with a big Super Quink cartridge, and write up to 10,000 words, or a clover converter lets you fill the 15 from a regular ink bottle. Choice of seven instantly replaceable points, all MK gold, ranging from extremely line Accountant to the big, broad Stub. Slim-awept styling gives the Parker 4*> that expensive look. Trim, tapered barrel available in blue, black, green, red, charcoal or deep blue. Silvery Luslraloy cap. Converter and carl ridge FREE uith each pen I BARNETTS OFFICE SUFfUB EQUIPMENT-"; "J T£T££££m' STEVENS OFFICE SUPPLY— 1608 Washington Ave.-M. Beach-JE 8-7205 GABLES STATIONERS— 123 Giralda Ave.-Coral Gables-HI 31633 cfc> PARKER— Maker of the Worlds Most Hunted Pen* Thiten. 45 Set *0W % 



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Page 12-B vJkwist ffcridFi&jn Friday, December 8, 13SI Lawrence Master* %  %  %  I Carol B/oo.-n Ann Seherr Leonard Siegal William Bernard Jeffrey HiUman As a gift to sub-cribers. The Jewish Fioridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a 33r or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of B'acksrcne Flower Shops in time for the occasion. MichM! Minor Rabbi Norman V Shapiro will %  iMiciate at the Bar Mitzvah Ol M: c tiael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack vlmor. during Saturday morning services, Dec. 9. at Beth David. An eighth grade student at Shellandoah Junior High, Michael plays the trumpet and is a sports enthusiast. Hifl parents will sponsor the Kiddush at the conclusion ol the ceremony. *. Leonard Siegal Celebration of the Bar Mitzvah ol Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Siegal. 500 No. Shore dr.. M IS observed Saturday. Dec 2. at T mple Menorah. Kabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiated. Leonard is a student at Nautilus Junior High. Luncheon reception in his honor was held on Sunday in the Barcelona hotel. William Berman William, son of Mt and Mrs Theodore Berman. will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Dec. 9, at the Minyonaires The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, and a fifth year Hebrew school student Kiddush in his honor will follow services. David Brody Saturday morning services. Dec. J, at Temple Menorah will include Left to right (standing) are Michael Patipa and Eli Mizxahi. Seated (left to right) are Marsha Ball, Joshua Z. Stadlan and Miriam Geiger. The younq students are winners of the Hebrew High School Book Review Contest. Rabbi Schiff on Radio Rabbi Solomon Schiff will discuss the festival of Chanuka over radio station WGBS on Sunday. 10:45 a.m. Rabbi Schiff is spiritual leader of Beth Kl Congregation DAV | ItOSNEB AND MflMV A row HOSTS AS ALWAYS! RESERVE NOW! the Bar Mitzvah of David Earl, -on ol Mrs. Doroth> Brcdy. 7411 C'arlyle ave.. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. David is a student a; f.auldus Junior High. A dinner reception in his honor will be held Saturday evening at the Algiers hotel. • %  Gary Ruc!t Saturday morning services. Dec. 9, at Israelite Center will include the Bar Mitzvah of Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rudt. 7771 SW 21st St., with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating. Gary is a student at West Miami Junior High and the Centers religious school He is an outstanding diver, and studies Judo. The religious ceremony will be followed by Kiddush in the Social Hall. Lawrence Masters Temple Beth Am will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos eph Masters, on Saturday morning. Dec. 9, with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiating. Lawrence attends South Miami Junior High and plays cornet in the school concert band. He belongs In Beth Am's You'h Group, and is interested in tishing and football His parents will honor him at Kiddush following the ceremony, and at a reception in their home. 6201 SW 61st St.. in the evening. Contest Winners To be Seen on TV Winner-, of the Book Review Contest of the Hebrew High School of the Bureau ol Jewish Education will appear on television Sunday, taking over the time of "The Still Small Voice" sponsored by the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami. OM ch. 7 at 10 a.m. Appearing will be Marsha Ball, first prize. Miriam Geiger, second; Eli Mizrachi. third; Michael Patipa, fourth; and Binnie Summer tilth. Fnzes will he awarded courtesy of Joshua Stadlan. The program will include a panel discussion on book reviews and secondary Jewish education, with Louis Schwartxman, executive director of the Bureau, as moderator. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Congregation, will introduce the program. At a recent meeting of Jewish congregational preschool teachers, plans were outlined for an annual workshop to be held Jan. 17 to Feb. 7 on Wednesday evenings. Carol Bloom Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Carol Bess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Bloom, during Saturaay morning services. Dec. 9. at Temple Judea. Carol is an eighth grade student a! Ponce de Leon Junior High. an-J is an ardent swimmer, diver and horse back-rider Her parents will honor her at the Kiddush and a reception in their home. 5720 Maggiore St.. Coral Gables s *• Jeffrey Hillman Jeffrey, son of Mrs. Mildred Hillman, will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. Dec. 9. at Temple Emanu-El. 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Friday. December 8. 1961 Southwest Center Elects Sparaga Recently-elected president of hwest Jewish Center is MurSparaga. Active in Center and Temple \. ik since he came here from saic, N.J.. 14 years ago, Spais a member of Temple .lui !:rotherhood. Miami Hebrew School Men's Club, and served on i oard of Temple Zion. \ participant in Judge Wayne s Little Theatre Group." he ;ei designer and stage manr for plays at Beth Sholom. and mi Hebrew's production of Jazz Singer." her t lected officers are Harry lan and Hy Horowitz, vice Chuck Esterman, l'i i reti % %  ;•: Mrs. Rose Lieb. set et a r y: Mrs • Blen, recordi itary: n asurer. asserl ritual; %  .. a ion; stein, building chairman; I ram directoi bu Iget; Mrs. E e gel, publicity; Jerrj bulletin; Mrs. Betty BaiUSY; Ben Kubenstein. innt; Milton Miller, legal; Eu. < Dondes, Al Blen and Murray in, members-at-large; and Joe '. :.]. house chairman. Jewish FhrSdftam Page 13-B Committee members discuss the Temple N*r Taimd Sisterhood annual luncheon. "Fashions in Eternal Li-hi, held Wednesday noon in the Sk'ar Auditorium. Left to right are Mrs. Henrietta Fine, vice president, ways and means; Mrs. Jack •v, program chairman; Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, Sisterho< president; Mrs. Max Raskin, luncheon chairman; Mrs. Esther Kastan, ticket chairman. The program featured fashions by Velma's end furs by Mr. Herman. Eleventh Group, Ksnneret, Joins WmA Chapter of Hadassah Programs Here Member Lunch At Ner Tamid Ner Tamid Sisterhood paid-up membership luncheon will bv held on \V( ln< lay noon in Sklar \ torium. A playlet, Around t'c World with S'sterhood," directed t. Mrs. Louis Gshen, will tc prc—t* > d.' Admission is paid-up dues ol the current year. New members are welcome. Mrs. Jack Greenberg, vice president of membership, is in marge of arrangements. Co-chairman is Mrs. Yvette Silbergi r On the committee are Mesi ames Fred Deutsch, Michai. Glazier Rita Goldman, Eugene Lai < ohen, William Keats, BenReading Class Tuesday Dane Heights Jewish Congregation Hebrew reading class will be hel I Tuesday al 8 p.m followed 9 p.m by (he adull discussion group whose topic will be "How Can We Combat Anti-Semitism?" Actor to be Featured Coral chapter of the American Center al Denver will meet Wednesday, 10 a.m., at the Park L.mc cafeteria. Featured guest will be actor Jay Kobinson. jamin Linde, Jack Bernstein, and Moses Wolfe. Mrs. Irving Bergcr is membership cha:rman. Mrs Murraj A. Shaw is preside nl Rcbbi Richard M. Leviton wes formally installed as new spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderat ceremonies Friday •: 1 JO, Dec. 1. KING ARTHURS COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co Own.f With the advent of the creation of Kinneret group, Miami chapter of Hadassah now numbers 11 groups. Mrs. Howard Turchin has accepted the presidency. %  On Monday, nine groups will hold post-Chanuka celebrations. Kadimah group's president, Mrs. Milton Weinstein. has called an "integration" meeting for officers and members. 10 a.m.. at the home of Mrs. Sylvan Kaye. financial secretary. 1270 NW 192nd st. Co-hostesses will be the newlyelected officers. Mrs. Henrietta Denkin. membership; Mrs. Sheldon Roth, secretary; and Mrs. Elias Lashman. program. Menorah group entertains with a games party at 10 a.m., at Hillel House, University of Aliami campus. In the spirit of Chanuka. latkes and coffee will be served. Menorah's study group meets on .he third Tuesday of each month, concentrating on the Bar Kochba papers recently discovered in Israel. Mrs. Jerome Corn will display paintings and other forms of Israeli art. Aviva group will give a "Latke Lu-WOW" for paid-up members at the home of Dr. David Gair. 7240 S\V I26tll -: a; 11:30 a.m. Guest of honor will be Cantor Sheldon Kodner. of Temple Beth Am, So. Miami. In addition to his musical programs, he will conduct a sin^ along" with the audience. Albert Einstein group will present an atternoon with Ruth Foreman at Congregation" Yehudah Moshe at 12:30 p.m. Miss Fere man. director of Studio M. will appear with Jay Kobinson. who was featured in the movie. "The Rose." Mrs. Harvey Sherman is program chairman; t • Mt. Scopus group w II accent Hadassah Medical Organization and Medical Center at the Coral Gables Women's Club. 1001 Ponce deLeon blvd.. at 12:30 p.m Musical program will be followed by a dessert luncheon. Torah group will have as its guest Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. who will review "Woman of Valor" at Pythian Hall, 4601 W. Flagler st.. at 12:30 p.m. •> %  Chai group will hold a Chinese lauction lor the benefit of HadasIsah Medical Supplies at 8 p.m. An j educational program is planned, featuring the Young Judaea Dance Group. The event will be held at Beth Torah Congregation. 1051 N. | Miami Beach blvd. r a Naomi group will have a postIChanuka party at Petersons restaurant. 7140 SW 8th st., at 8 p.m. An official welcome will be accorded to the Israeli singer, Moshe i Griver. He will also conduct a "sing along" with audience participation. > a Chaim Weizmann group will celebrate Chanuka and Henrietta Szold's birthday anniversary with a traditional candlelighting. The | dramatic group Will present a reading of "So Much to Tell." followed by a musical program. On Thursday. Dec. 14, at 8 p.m.. Tikvah g.oup will celebrate Chanuka at the home of Miss Bea Teitler. 6357 SW 14th st. Members will portray characters in the Bible. U.l.1,.,1 Ci.VU AND SABBATH STRICTIY ODSCOVFD KCS.VER MEALS Mue Gei EQI dly. 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P -e :: ? JV* is* fltrrtisn Friday, De:eft to righl are Mrs. Irving Matlin as Rebecdevotion ca service Mrs L kird ar.d Mrs. Stuart initiation I mstein as Naomi ar.d Ruth fidelity), cr.d Mrs. Stanley Lambert cs Queer. Esther They are shown at recent mass oi B r.ci B'rith Women here ct the Deauville hotel. Gables JWV Unit To Mark Chanuka MurS •' • '• In Weekend Fete Mesiorali Youth : Youl Lour.^e ot Temple Menorah. c nductu g the vai ies during the dim e Meryl ::. Richard Fne:.man, Nancy Furmae. ar.il S:rr, Granofl Fol ing the dinner, thej %  •' %  • "' %  %  • late Friday evening -< > .ices in Uie Mam Sanctuary. Presidents of the -o groups. Barbara Seuai and Michael L sky. will deliver sermonettes the mea: hanuka On Saturday morning, the group* v. i.l attend synag • •• n .< %  • Marilyn B r Susar Rubel. Gilben K renblit. Charles Lindenbaum and Martii Krovetz ill pa fan II he j I.. %  nj I %  •-• R geymi Roth. %  %  MiR -.1. "IUlei • -v %  • • of Ami ers befoi Alan and M .. st and auxi resistance to rg to Si %  ...... %  %  %  the ti fci Jewish Wen Veterans Post "23 has fcfeen renamed Harry H. Ccr.z.. Post :: Surfside-Bay Hcrcrr. A brunch honoring member e ?cs: a:::! Auxiliary waa g.ven ct the New Yorker botel by Mrs. Harry '. n. Sr.c-.C-. are Percy Fr.edlan-l^r commandei Mrs. Cohen hostess, cr.d Hrs. Artuh A. Cane:: Auxiliary president 'Heiriecorning' At Beth David : I to 10 hi a a %  S %  Sen. Spesi %  the Premiers. 1 I %  %  %  t on S mat %  %  at 1 Revue Features Sandy Bcron I %  and ladies opei a hi rsatil< '. ••' Sandy Baroi ... Terrj Havei rra> Fri .. : Schiff. pres %  the con n. Mrs : Max Jacobson pres ent I Sister hood, and Dr Mi iris Kleiman. ident of the Men • Club, will extend messages of welcome. gnized b> local TV %  • •• his ai es "S io 0 Kraft Th atre*' >pe< ial, "Seasons of Y uth The youthful comedian has the unique distinction of Saving woo the coveted "Verncn Rice" and Obie" awards for his comedy improvisations in New York's "The Premise." "-tar Rappaport. newly-elected y\ r Baron, still I twenpresident of the Greatei Miami •.. k rote and ret Jewish Cemetery \--~ announceselling corned} record albums, including "Ow Mouths of Babes and "Pr sidentu Cemetery Group To Install Officers that the annual dinner and installation of officers will take place Anita Bcberg ravishing Hollywood movie star, in Rome for installed are Leo Meyer and c,... a picture assignment, 'leads Mcrcello Mastrotanni, a newst Shaw, vice president Nathan j peperman covering her visit, a merry chase through the Eternal City in La Dolce Vita." opening Tuesday at the Miami, Mircc'ie end 163rd Street Theatres. The film is recomenced icr adults only. GIVE THE BEST MOT THE CHEAPEST Send a Prize Pack! 1 /2 Bushe! Deluxe U.£. =1 Citrus, Box Parties. $^75' Baj Pecans, 2 Jars Jellies •I n r FLORIDA FRUIT PACKERS & SHIPPERS, INC. r z ~Ty COOOE1 S 261 N.W. 36 St. PI 4-9616 L |Meil and Phone Orders Prawatly Shiap Not a PRICE Pack Wite" \M Pa: "a*te Tm D '-*ce Thursday evening. Dec 14. at the Conterence. Sterling hotel. He joined the n ster of performOther officer! to be e rs <• %  Murray Fr.-. after his movie stint in "The Young DocGinsberg, secretary, and Hymar. Chabner. treasurer. Board of directors include Morris B Frank. Abraham Pepper. Philip Berkowitz. Morton E> Robert Schweitzer. George Bass. Samuel Kostcfi Hyman P. Galout and MrSamuel Geltner. Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery owns and operates Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery and the h Seetior. of Woodlawn Park Cemetery Const ituent members ar? Cor.. id, Congregation Beth Y.i. Miami Hebrew and >.-terhc<-d Che sed She! ErneGuest spiritual leaders for the evening will be P.aobis Solomon Schiff. Tiber Stern and Norman Shapiro SANDY IAV0N ; 3i* Mik by K/W u/tJbV~tiiJi PARKER "PARDKERS" SET $095 / 3 PARKER RKER itsfiac" i.ai Ptiwi CHO-CE or rouw WRITING FC'.NTS e %  Always read] to wr witfa ink c%  ha T-P.i!l point ( r>' Out-wr. other ball ing ptmsul refx-1 rr bands in B sttra colors. A Wtletme, Uatfdi BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N.L 59th S"eet-Miomi Tel. PI 4-3457 134 N.L 1st Strtt-Midwi Tel. FR 3-573* SHYENS OFFICE SUPPlY 1608 Washington Ae.-Miomi Beat* Tel. JE 8 7205 GABIES STATIONERS 123 GiroUo Ave.-Wfsa88S8aV**T BtakM vi irVNrtfk •*••* l'"Jf



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Friday. December 8. 1961 ^Jenisfi ncridlii&r) Page 15-B Ben Gurion Off on Visit to Burma TEL AVIV — (JTA— Prime Minister Djv;d Ben-Gurion left Monda) lor an official state Visit t,, Burma during which he will confer with Burma's Premier U \n Finance Minister Levi E>hkoi will serve as "Acting Premier during Mr. Ben-Gurion's absence, in a prepared sta emen! before his tlepurture, the Premier declared : "I am leaving (or a new country but no" a strange one In all of Asia, there is no more friendly nation to Israel than Burma. Israel and Burma are two old countries pith oH histories which renewed i .11 independence in 19. Both are democratic and both follow the -1me principle in foreign relations — promoting f---"idlv relations and mutual aid with all peace-loving countries irrespective of their internal regimes and without injuring the interests of any other country, loyal t> international cooperation base,! on United Nations principles. "Burma naa proved her adherence to this policj when she promoted friendly ties with Israel. while, at the same time, maintaining friendly relations with the Vrab countries Noting the recent election of Burma's United Nations delegate l' Thant to 'he post of UN Secre-, tary General. Mr. Ben-Gunon re-, •ailed the visits to Israel by Premier U Nu a:id Burma's Chief of Staff Ne Wing. In 1959. he said. it was President Ben-Zvi who visitid Burma "Now,"" he said "it is! my turn. I am sure I shall meet true friends of Israel in Burma." The Premier was seen off at the airport by all members of the Cabinet. He was expected to arrive in Burma on Tuesday. George Gershwin Auxiliary Ladies' Auxiliary. George Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pythias, will hold a meeting Monday evening at the Shelborne hotel, to be followed by cards and mah jongg. Emma Lazarus Party Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a games party at the home of Mrs. David Parks. 8:30 p.m. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH'K is I1KRK11V UIV'KN tha.* Hi. unriei L ii. i ill li nc • %  ma IK in biisim.-. until r ll i : • nu %  of KHORK || \ KKIIV S.tt -'ii St i .,1 v .. n l-'lii |ni iln i Istel II ,1 ii i in, •.. i h iii' 'ler ia rircull i %  ,!-Ida I ,v ,\l l!AK i!::'. Ih i • mln %  • %  .i-ni xmrri:. \ym* & HITT Attoi ii%  .. .fin K ft M ll • ii I.,ii iiln i-urn 11 Mi S IV I %  Mil IN I l2,'S-lR-22-*J mUUS I. PtRLMUTTtX Julius Perlmutter Dies Here at 51 Julius J. Jerlmutter. 51. of 2121 Lake ave., Sun.-et Island 4. died here suddenly on Tuesday. Mr Perlmutter. prominent in local civic affairs, was a member ot the American. Florida. Dade EDWAHO A STERN i if :,.. A *th si 'ii Noi 26 H HI hei III • % %  am froi Cln, i retire v u -a'e j .lit..-' !•:• A ISml %  • % %  Hawi ..i the Mahl Shrii • Sun vlng i • Iii Ife, At. .-. i i %  i.-In, v. Mr* Helen IVts; brothi r, Arthur: a %  %  %  %  %  ill-.n >r:\|. % %  N .ill Riverhi .%  u houglug r,l. MRS RE3ECCA SHAPIRO <".. ,.t %  ive die i Nov '-'•' %  years ago I .New N nrk. .% % %  Ivlng %  I da htei Mrs, %  •• irl W.l'miin mil tw • son*, tferv i, • Mere N >i 2< In Rh • Idi Mi nun l.i I Chapel. Nm n indj Isle County, and Miami Beach Bar Assns. A resident here for 16 years, he was a former president of Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood and a member of its board. He also belonged to Miami Beach Elks. Hibiscus Lodge of Masons, a nd Ma hi Shrine. Mr. Perlmutter was atso prominent and active in the affairot the Orange Bowl Committee. Surviving are his wife. Hannah: a daughter. Regina; and son. Lawrence. '•!! Services were Wednesday at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton rd.. with buria! in Mt Neho Catnetery. IN THE C'RCUIT COUR*" OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C I307S KSTKI l.i: \l VVKSSi >N, I 'hum .;i. v.-. I! KNRY HI'lli i \\ ::-.-' i\ I'. !• n.I ml NOTICE TO APPEAR Ti>. HKXRY HI i;. i W i.-\ Residence l' kunw n Yull are hereb) i lat a Ci inf. lilnint f..r divorce has b Hied agalnsl roil n th. '— -• i lurl li> ESTE1.LK M u %  :-.'N i HI i re required to i %  .-... v ,.nAnswer w othei idi i Una to thi C implaint mi Plaintiff'* ittori n N. M.i. Ii,. n. II. :.i| Biscayne P.ldg., vi ami, Klo Ida, .HI. tl O iulnal Answer nr Pleading I the i 'lei k of the .,i-\st) id i n or Is fon tit. 8th d:i ... iry, 1982: i.theru i-. idgn I '.. ii • nill v\ ill be take Lguiti* • he relief .1 'indeil i 'ate ; thin 6th daj I I K B l.i: VTHI lit \\ Clerk of (' | %  Is \t l,Y M \. I >. %  12/8-1 -22-19 HARMY nuvtNS ',.;. of 71-0 nd:ai i • % % %  k dr Miai I .ii. N % %  :•_ He % %  %  "• hare HI \ --.i H ^ %  • N. ... \ irk ani w ~ i A • %  r. Hi waa .r all the \ -th li %  ; -i %  Mini i I %  • .• i;. .i. i: v i -• • Beail Pad %  • % %  HI n ••" M -:.• %  -.:. %  \ \ in. • I *'i| %  %  He ran, i lauuhti t ••. %  and %  aTand • %  %  ware N .\ 2i In Riverside 'hapi \ %  SOLOMON SPITALNIK -.. ..f \. .i v\ a ave lied Noi 21 He i hi re 211 i • irs • %  ... Au trln, ..i •: •!i mi %  P.eth 'onsrea < I Ion. He Is hi %  .' ihter. Mi[.in i s weri \ \ -' • Rlv erslde M. in %  Douglas r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW Nuiii'it is HKRHPY aiVKN that .-.• n -I i .( CI.AYTI 'N I.NTKKN N.W ll'n I Avenue. Mini lends I %  of t Dade Count} r II Al.PKKI • i. in : rcmvARn ii T':i-.::i A I tol i .-> foi I>WI .: \ K :rd SI Mi.nut Shore.' I'.-22-89 Young Judaea Group which meets regulcrly Monday nights c.t Beth Torah Congregation rehearses for one of the highlights of the four-day Young Judaean conclave which will take place =t Ccmp Owa.3sa Bauer. Participants ifrora upper left to r^ght) are C-.eryl Ravitz, Alice Rose, Sharon Zimmerman, Linda Gibiiie, Wendy Eisenstcdt, Bonnie Engel. Ellen Liebman. Carol Shweky, Deanne Shwartz, Ellen Ball, Barbara Blum, end Sondra Levy, leader. The group won the Young ludaean Achievemeut Award last June. JACOB RAUBFOGEL • I %  vi. %  %  i .. MI'imi • Sov 24 !(• %  i.im :i years aKi from Phoeittxvllle, i'a.. ind wus i rel %  -i I el i lie S irvlvlng n. ii ~ wife, liertruoe, .. von. Manual: i brother, th • %  slot era. anJ jruT'.'i. hii-i.'.-:.. Service* were N v ; at Riverside Memorial Chapel, t)mgi. %  i with burial In Mt. Ni bo I 1,T\ MRS. MAMIE JACKSON Sli, of 800 Wu.-hiiut ,n u.e, %  %  I Nov. She came here l.'i yearn ato, wai* active In commui:lt; affairs on Miami Beach, and was awarded a citizenship plan, "i • b> the then suite Sen Jack Orr Hurvlvlni are two sons, Harold and David; and two ilaUaThters, Mi> Piossie Me'linn an,I \li>. VV'llma l-j-in^.T. Service* were \..i i'i in Riverside Memorial Chanel, Alton r,l SAL RAMACLI .. ... %  \ ... %  5th ti I le i fr -ii' Mlne.il i. \ V HI. i u... '.' ty den ler an I ; %  a aa chairman of thi E %  ... • %  %  %  the .\ i Rein h %  • Realtors, anil membi r ''! .'. and i % % %  %  Pi HOW Su 'i a iiTil! i : \ %  i three iilina \'i-Ivir-ith.i Ra" %  i -11 %  %  '' • l >: %  %  sisters ii I s'\ ai indvhlldri ,\ .: % %  • N i rionloii f LILLIAN I COLE •..>. ..f 1287 I .-!• I .lie. I N iv 22 Sh. came here ... %  \ i %  ., L I \ .ii.* N Y.. and was i Temple lruel, i IKT and I i last ih She serv ed is vice presiJi Women s liivli thi i iber .. .'i.inm. I-. •• .. %  Surfside, H and Ra> Harbor Island, :. .i was president ..i the 9urr-Bal-!l u I.I ^.-s" Shi served as president of thin, uula.fiardens Jewish Home tor the Aged junior auxiliary nn-l w i^ i: ti I honorary life president, and was chairman of th< I'nlted Punri ol I'.:.. Harbor Island. Surviving are her husband, Louis: two sons, Robert and Suinle) : two daughters, Mrs, ran.I Hear and Mrs, Leslie Sadler; her parents, two hroiher?. and a sister Services were Nov. 21 In Riverside Memorial Chapel. Normandj iNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Si (TICK IS In IRKI Ihe undi rsis ned, desiring to I i %  i. ol MllDKRN v-VTKS .' IS 21 -i^'.-ii Avel ntends I with the i'!. rl .1" l '...|. • %  • IIKORI'.K W V. MM :MAN VOX ZAMKT & Kl! • •. I U I.n %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \< i'i ll'K IS I I ". ihe iiiel.-i'-i-n. il, desiring to business inder the flctil • ,: % %  .• of I >l X1K PRISTIXr; INC v • PLIERS al J'' %  N.W 39th Ave., kCt.iiii I-'!.i.. inten regi %  ( name with the Clerk >f the Circuit Court ..i l 'ode Cn n ty, Florida. LKSLIK r> >RR Sola iw ner I I'i IN VRP KAI.ISM AI lornej for Appl i'..in Bids IS I-lJ-22-23 MRS ETHEL TOREM 39. of 1421 Lugo ave.. Cor i ibl< > dieil Nov. 22. She came here 'J I years ago from Pater.. .n. N .i Surviving are her husband, Harry; Mi.-. i Hoi In \: %  ifl i son, six gni d children and i b-other. Servl.-es were Nov. *_"l In llordon Puneral LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY CdVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of i. & 8 ASSOCIATES u T72S Carljie Avenue Miami Beach intend to reglater said nami with the Clerl il the Circuit Court of Dade County, lloridu. .li iSEPH STi iNE an i JEANNETTESTONK and I.. il'IS JACKS* >N HI I JENNIE I \ KSII.N 11 '17-2'. 12 IS NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HRREBY Ol\ EN that the .iii.l. !•-..•. I desiring i l.iiMtheH^ ind the fli tltln s ol Till: PAINT I ACTORY • >l P .' 'R, lli.\ at • ith Cour Inten Hi. registei ald Ihe Cli %  'Irt-ull i i .tiiii\ I*. |:i'v %  AMIX %  %  LE : i: ALBERT Attoi n. v in \' .mt 1 102 U Klagler SI Miami J.-:'.' Florida State Assn. of Mortgage Brokers held its second annual convention recently at the Eden Roc hotel. Seated (left to right) are deputy mortgage commissioner. Albert r. Melohem. Miami; Angus McCabe, newlyinstalled president, Daytona Beach; Mr. Virginia Miller, Tallahassee; N. E. "Bill" Miller, jr.. executive a distant to Comptroller, State of Florida. Standing (left to riaht 1 are all newly-elected vice presidents: H. Barry BMSler, Public Mortgage Co., Miami; Arthur Sport, Del Ray Beach; William H. Stemper. Sanford; Jim Kibler. secretary-treasurer, Clearwater; Bob J. Cook, Winter Haven; and T. Hagood Gooding. Jacksonville. Speakers included Hamilton Strickland, chief of operations, Federal Housing Administration; Ernest Kass, president. Insured Investors Corp.; Car ling Stedman, assistant state attorney; Lon Worth Crow, jr., mortgage broker; George Simon, president, Miami Board of Realtors; and John Gibscn, president. Business Research Center. NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN h I by virtue ..i Chapter 8T ol PI ri-l.i Statin.-.A mutated (1941), W ire housemen and Warehouse Ret A-herein ACE-R.B. VAN LINES. INC., a l-,.riia ...i ation. Ii> virtue of its warehouse lien, has In itpossi -• on | the foIloHlng described propertj Household floods Aa the property of John Clark S42D 8.W 60th Kve So. Miami: Klli Cofleld, fil'l S.W. ll-li Terrace So. Miami: %'irgmia Wa.shliigion. lit N.W. 9th Street, Miami: and that on the 2th daj of December, 19UI. during the legal hours of sal.-, mainly between 11:00 forenoon and 2:00 In the afterno >n al 2136 ,NW. 24th Avenue, Miami. Florida, the undersigned shall offer for %  ale to the hiehest biddiv for in han.l the above described property, .is the property of John Clark, 6429 B.W •'.'Hh Ave., So. Miami. Ella Cofield, 1141 S.W. tl4ih Terr.i.e, So. Miami; Virginia Washington, 644 N.W. '.ith Street, M iml is.iled at Miami. Florida, this 27th! day of November, 1961 ACE-R B VAN LINKS, [NC 12 l-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW Ni 'Tii i: IS HEREBY '' %  I N that the nu.i • % %  i-i in bus ii --ii i %  • of DAOK WATER IN it 1047 W. PI PI St.. Mian ime with the C'ei %  nil i -ourl .' I %  %  %  Count) PI irida. Pi !:;: u VTER TS, INC. I. i lent lEl • H SALI.K^ .-. R PAUL Attnrne) Pure N %  ''• % %  • %  i'rodu %  .' 12/1-8 \ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C 13031 RICH VRP Ji >HN V\' >UVS 1'ELLER lllPELLAWOLFSTELLER, I i.i'eii.lani. NOTICE BY POBLCATION TO: i:lSKI.I.A o|,ISTKI.l,I.H IIcaia i7" l luu %  a.ill I. El .' %  YOU ARE HBREBJf NOTIFIED that a Complaint t % %  I to %  • y •• l>M n Hied against you. A > eir Answer must be servi %  i miff's attorney, JOSEPH v^ MAl.KK, 407 Lincoln Road, Mian i Ben !;, Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the i'.r. ". 'ourt in aail for i lii'lr County, slorida, on or hefore th.. loth art) o( i 1^62. Herein fall not or Deer Pi may Be I kr ago 11 I von for the relief prayed for In thi ilnl DATED this ".ih da) "f December, 1961. ..I Miami l'..aih, I '..: Florida K P, LEATHERS) V.N Clerk ol Cij-CWit i 'o II • tseal) By K M I.YMAN, Depul) Clerk 12/8-1.-22-23



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?=ge IS-B +kmto* ncrkfiv Friday. December 8. ONOCf TWt STtKTT ANO CONSTANT SUTStVlSJON THE OtTBOOOI VAAD HAEASMtUTH Of MM AW Ot .SAAC H.$H M DiCTOI PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU 1961 FRIDAY December 15 CJANT FREEZER SALE! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'H get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer now and take advantage of these LOW. LOW, prices! CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST! BEEF Forequarters 175 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME + 55 C lb. BEEF CHUCK 110 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 57 c lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF 32 POUND AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 73 c lb. LAMB Forequarters 25 LB. AVERAGE 49 c lb. BONELESS TRIMMED BRISKET OF BEEF 12 LB. AVERAGE 89 ( lb. VEAL Forequarters 50 LB. AVERAGE 49 c lb. _^BABY Steer Liver 10 LB. AVERAGE 45 YOUNG TOM C lb. TURKEYS 59 c lb. 16 LBS. AND UP STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES! NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87fh AVE. fcestc-iss'er S-opping Plan 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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ABE ARONOVITZ Hi ART PAVIUON Jewish Floridian Na j e ; T ; ree Mayo ; s ; ? !" Historic Tnumverate at Wednesday Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Banquet [Miami, Florida, Friday, December 8, 1961 Section C TRADITION REPEATED Beach High PTA Night The names of Mayor Robert Kin^ fourth floor, designated as the Abe High, of Miami, and former May-Aronovitz Memorial Heart Pavitors Chelsie J. Senerchia and Abe ion. Aronovitz will torm an historic ITA Family Night, traditional at Miami Boach Senior High School, lock place on Tuesday evening. The function included a d'ntriumvirate in Wednesday evening's benefit banquet lor Cedars ot Lebanon Hospital. Some GOO guests are expected to take part in the gala ceremonies al the Dupont Plaza hotel, starting' at 7 p.m., honoring Mayor High .,.. served ., | e'Vchooi cafeteria for hi "vigorous ana dedicated from 6 to 7 p.m.. as well as con' % %  ip of tl Aronovitz tinuous entertainmem in the airmorial committee, and in recogniconditioned auditorium from 6:4: '•'"" '" h ,,,; f vl to 8 30 ; %  %  Prog %  % % %  %  • %  ; ijnl E. Albert Pallot, chairman of • he Cedars development fund, and Stanley C. Myers, hospital board chairman, jointly announced that it will take approximately SS0O,0C3 to complete the uitra-medern heart pavilion. The benefit dinner is expected to produce a substantial number of pledges towards this goal. igh the hospital was I) by ippella choir, band, mcdei drama groups, .:. I student the Physical Ecucation "So( ; and dancing in the wore scheduled for 11:30 to 9:30 p.m. Jack Lasry was I n charmThis is PTA's only fundPlanners for the eighth annual teen-age conclave of the taising affair. Proceeds will be Greater Miami Jewish Community Center gathered last week u ~" 1 to complete the refrigeration to make arrangements for the program scheduled for SunJl *' ater coo!er l the sehooL day, Dec. 1C. Representatives from 33 clubs of senior high school age, sponsored by the Center, chose the following ccchaiimen: (left to right) Marilyn Kornstein, Miami Branch; Sidney Stern, Miami Beach Branch; and Irene Genshaft, North County Branch. Standing is David Eskenazi. Miami YMHA ich director, who is again serving as conclave coordinator. ssive heal h an : %  ed on Nov. 19. onl; ams in Miami, typified >y first three floors arc in %  • '.„..; nstil itii :.as edars ai I the remaining three floors >I n Hospital As an expression of appreciation, the officers and trustees of Cedars wi'l pressnt their "Volunteer of Valor" Award to Mayor High. The gold-embossed plaque saiutes the Mayor for 'exemplary service and financial support" of the hospital, and for his leadership of the Aronovitz Heart Pavilion committee. Retarded Children Will Benefit The building fund of the Miami Beach Home and Training School for Retarded Jewish Children will il from the first luncheon ol the season which as held at the Barcelona hotel last week. Thv occasion also celebrated the birthdays of I.-rael Silverman ierious examination of the • What Do you Expect to get and Siegfried Geismar, life mem controversies now in the from Your College Education?' Ibers. :.t in the field of education -what Values Did You Get N urman Giller, architect, is in hill be undertaken by 300 youth from Y our Jewish Education— I char e o£ P Ians for :ul oftlce and delegates at the eighth annual teentructure w ill be finas funds become aval ital president, Sam i 5 week paid pi rsona : the "courageous Ma ovitz, who hailed from Key West erved his community in i ways until his untimely passin ; ,i heart ailment." The program Wednesday will be preceded by a reception tor Judia 1 Sobeloff Mayor High, and other dignitaries in attendance. Mrs. i Hall is chairman of tns Mrs Robert Haverfield and Mrs. Robert High Eighth Annual Teen-Age Conclave Due at Dupont Plaza on Sunday Former Mayor Senerchia is dinner chairman, and Fred K. Shochet, publisher Of The Jewish Flond.a,. 15 honorary chairman. Dr. Kurt Peiser will preside as toastmaster jr ( ,„ cnairmen o| the reC eption Guest speaker. Judge Simon E. committee. Sobeloff, ol Baltimore, is a former Rjbbi [rvi Lenrman spintual Solicitor General of the I'nited lea ler of Temple Emanu-EI. will \ States He will speak on -The Mw ,,,,, mvocatlon and Rev Legend rhat Was Abe. „ e R Copt ,| and oi Ftagler The noted jurist was a long time street Baptist Church, of which friend of Mr. Aronovitz. j Mayor High is a member, will Of1 ler the benediction. For the first time, the highlights age conclave of the Greater Miami J si h Community Center on Sunday afternoon at the Dupont Plaza hotel, The Wednesday banquet will be the occasion, also, for the public 0 £ e unveiling of a life-size oil portrait j of Mayor Aronovitz' colorlul career will be presented to an auidence through the medium of TV news reels, film slides, and recordings. • "Politics and Censorship in s ln tacllltles for tne children of Mr Aronovitz by the prominent the Schools. %  Gues(s a( the uncheon deluded artist. Mrs. F. Taylor Kushner. Does Today's TeenFollowing an opening address by Dr. Kenneth R. Williams, presi ent. Dade County Junior College. Ager Get Along at Home?" oi the theme. "Teens Look at the New Frontier Through Education." representatives from 33 Center dubs of senior high age will gather in ten concurrent workshops to analyze current problems. • "Should Teens be Permitted to Judge Malvin Englander. Joseph I h cn u ihe w presenting to Cedars See All Movies and Read All Malek. and Prof. Andre Bialolenki. of Lebanon Hospital. Ihe painting Mrs. Ella Wallman was in charge "'" 0CCU P>' a P |ace of honor on lhe of reservations. ^ Books?" • "How Many Prominent Personalities to Serve On Committee Spurring Heart Pavilion A galaxy of top-drawer personalCarl Llbi. Monroe i.%  .-: FJ Coming together from the Cen;S~ n a Vwortsho"p's. (hen wMI Met In government, business and ""^ .-W jK^ta" ten various oranehes in all parts ent „ rtamment ov talented Dercivic life will head up the Abe i. r. ivoif Midler, Joel > %  •• an. irvp. Dade County to meet in this ^fSS variousCU.S. fo!-1 Aronovitz Heart Pavilion commit*-•., --;;; -; %  -, Two special club presidents workshops will also be conducted to find ways and means for improving club programs. The Conclave will open with a luncheon at 12:15 p.m. After the! important forum, the young people [0Ked bv dancing. The three teentee. it was announced this week by flaln ,: r He [ %  Raj. M >rej K. uluni. How are the New Ideas in Branch. Education Working Out?" staff coordinator for the entire • "What Would You Suggest to event is David Eskenazi. Miami Improve Your Education?" Sound films of Aronovitz' opinions on elevated highways. Dodge Island, and traffic roadblocks will be presented, as well as his outspoken sentiments concerning the need for Metropolitan government in growing Dade county. A candlelight ceremony at the banquet, with members ot the Aronovitz family participating, "will symbolize the eternal flame of the former mayor's faith in his community and its people." Myers declared. he current Dade'8 newMetropolitan located Branch director. Participating in recent E q lOpp or u n i t y 1^7^; ner. which drew an attendance of 350 at the E^ad-totoL (left to right) Metro Commissioner Harold Spaet principal speaker, Washington, D.C. Commissioner John B..Duncaa. and Greater Miami Urban League board member Kara Bishopric, president of the Bishopnc/Green/Fielden adver using agencyHigh, wuu win uc' ic" t ">~~Sl .„., : Harold fnRerlelder I :• „'. ,,,. \-w 14th t ars" Testimonial banquet next Wili _. s ., m w „ lf .,„,, H aroi.i Vouiuj •" l3Z1 ww I4ln %  Wednesday, the committee includes friends of both mayors, who worked closely with them in community betterment projects and in professional capacities as attorneys, bankers, and industrial leaders. Some of Dade county's outstanding representatives from the fields of religion, welfare, and education will also serve, it was cisclosed by Pallot. Among those who will spearhead the fund-raising program to complete the fourth floor of Cedars of Lebanon as a memorial to former Mayor Aronovitz are: %  luili • Sol in Bui .I--. J "'" Indue I al ,.< !" ar.l Fln< ..,,, F In ii R< b Tl Haverl Fnm Luby. W R %  -' '" %  v -' '"" Itol ert %  %  I'r K I % %  .',' i .. i I %  • : |. \v, w „.„,. |, Joseph H elntraab an %  J d Ben •' on., r l • %  %  '"•' elude 1 Abi in, R W %  v jn.,n R Barrrtt, \ i,,-i Blelch. Henr> Bronnteln, Stanley Caldln, Saul Cantor, Bart Cohen. George Cheren, Joe Cohen. Leonard Coleman. •' %  •Crampton, Irvine E. Dunn. John Feller. A Richard Fin. ,-u N Jay Flncke. Martin Fine, %  % % %  Kink. A. i\ Franks. Je 1-V-e.l. J. A C.arfield. Joe E. Garfleld. Mel Oreenh.TK Joseph Hreeiifu-ld. Max .1. Oreenwald. Charlea Hfrttoff. Max Heyman. Arthur Kahn, David Kaplan. Herbert Klein, Max Kolk^r. Murray Ijizarus, Sidney Lefcourt. Morris UefAiid Victor Levlne, Sam Leviten. One of the complex pieces of equipment installed for use in the modem Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is this surgical supply steam sterilizer being inspected by Art Gifford (left) installation supervisor, and Sidney Aronovitz, hospital trustee. Special sound signals and lights indicate stages of the sterilizing process. Aronovitz was master of ceremonies at tne recent Cedars Dedication Day.



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Paoe 2-C Jen ist TkriJ&r Friday, Deceir.be: 3, 1961 UJA Conference to Eye Huge Immigration Needs By Special Report \K' YORK—Plans to mobtUxe ... i I funds to meet th incrf. I 'e.v t ) Israel and d 11 H drill IHmapped i I -4th an• Jew sh I • i %  akers be Arthur J I i %  United States Secretarj ol I Levi Eshkol. lsra< • i>;er of Finance and one ol the try's %  oil lathe -. and Di Giora JosephtaL Israel Minister of Development and Housing Athe architect of Israel's I cial policies m which thtresettling and absorption of immigrants I -titute a key -actor. Eshkol i> expee'ed to note the impact tnat tht stepped-up rate ol imriugratioa h.ihad on the country's econotn) T!.:> will be EahkoTs first appearance in the I" S atter taking the lead in forming a rev. Israel Government Other featured speaker* at the conference will be Joseph Meyerhoff. UJA general chairman, and Aryeh L. Pinccs. treasurer of the Jewish Agency for Israel, Jerusalem, which carries out resettleSiC*tTA*r G0133£*G ment nd absorption programs for newcomers to Israel with funds raised by UJA. In addition, principal speakers preceded by meetings oi two of •Idward M War the I'JA's principal beneticiary burg UJA honorary chairman and i-'-eral chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee; Devvey D L'JA national chairman, rep• livelihood. Funds must a | H ^ found for the hundreds ^ i^ sands of Jews to other lands whj are in need of medical, so ure> tor 196: I .... provide the Agency for Israel: William Rosenadditional fun s required to cover IMA national chairman repthe greatly increased Deads n -<•: ting the United [srael Ap executive vice chairman of the UJA's beneficiaries This is exBikur Cholim Plans Donor Bikur Chohm ot the Israelite Cennexl Wednesday at the Center to finalize r the trgamzation's se< neon Dec 2 ..: t.-.e Riviera re stauranl chairmen >l the affair are Max Garshag a-.: Mrs Bess ner Rabbi Morton I -; nteadei the Israelite Center, ipe iker Canl t %  > Nathan S rr Joseph Maiek and ]zc>. Ltebaxmn co-chainnen Ice'.-: on with amaxemenl ~s the Amantmg Maurice performs sxsothex or.-? oi his n-.ystery feats c: magic Amazing Maurica was featured artist :c: the Ice Cream 'z~ coree of the Breakfast Cp^rrhit Club c: Miami Beach recently c the Commmxirv Ceatex. 1 W K A T i %  FM FROM BRAHMS TC BARTOK Yot Hear the Nor d s F nest Mus : on W K A T • FM 93.1 cxi your : =M dial WAV 5 ONLY PURE CLASS CAL AA JS : STAT ON Progra —ling MORE E Concerts! W K A T • FM Beach Couple Mcke JNF Gift Mr ar.d Mrs Sam S 1 rei rs. have retur Isr: lere I licated neir J • Sat ta Fur I I E*roject • Ne;*v Sell %  :; ka( -• : r mous Line rd %  • i res rant and is for lid mar.; .. rding --. a;i N'j ici Mr and Mrs Schwai par sit I •ai A HAPPY CHANUKA FlR^ITIRi: IMPORTS : 5COUNT 3 ? CES DANISH MOO€RN & RATTAN IN MIAMI 3640 Coral Way HI 5-2625 In ft l<. J .anuka ~r Our r ends and r 3-J IS HELEN A. QUICK PARRAKEET HOSPITAL 13910 NW 6th Court MU 1-9713 ** JSJ MS. s;jr*Ajr: GRE5 T ^NGS TO ALL RAY HANDLE'S KENNELS 1S550 N.W. 37th AVENUE NA 1-8609



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Fridcry, December 8. 1SG1 .-• *'Jew 1st ffcridfaun Page 3-C b| >0y. *ho Citl at* I %  el. '--Ct : • t* : Jl I \ it fClll nn \-: DIM i.na It itna le'.vj .-. •• ... ... A HAPPY CHANUKA AND BEST WISHES TO ALL ML KOVENS CONSTRUCTION CORP. GRAND CENTRAL FREIGHT FURNITURE SALES 1 436 NW 7th AVE., Miami Phone FR 4-4774 WISH ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA YOUNG AT III Mil EXTENDS HAPPY CHAN'JKA GREETINGS TO ALL! Exquisite Selection of Holiday Dresses FOR TEENS AND JUNIORS 8241 SW 124th STREET CE 5-9593 (Opposite A & P) SEASON'S GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. ENGINEERS and CONTRACTORS 1245 2Cth Street Miami Beach, Flu. FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING EA.SCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL Happy Chanuka McMURRAY PRINTERS BRITTON'S BODY SHOP METAL WORK AND PAINTING "We Appreciate Your Business" — Jack Britton 2250 SW 32nd AVENUE Phone HI 8-5924 TI III: INSURANCE A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION as to the condition of title. LANGFORD BUILDING, MIAMI — FR 1-5618 ESCROWS — ABSTRACTS FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY — TOM BLAKE Best Wishes for a Happy And Joyous Chanuka SURF S' and 10 tf STORE 9445 HARDING AVE. UN 6-5512 HAPPY CHANUKA MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN., INC. 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 1-0876 HAPPY CHANUKA MECHANICS UNIFORM SERVICE 2136 NW 1st AVE., Miami F* 7-A62\ HAPPY CHANUKA Fay Potter Corsetry 9531 HARDING AVE. UN 6-2548 Harold Kramer to Speak Monthly meetim; of WestChettOT chapter of American Jewish Congress will he held Saturday evening at thhe home of Mr and Mrs. Myron Fisher. 2154 SW 21 >t St. Harold Kramer, regional director el American Jewish Congress, will discuss "Make Your Voice Felt." Quick 'n' easy treating, the basis b Dromedary Date-Nut Roll, cut into 12 equal slices (chill in refrigerator for easy slicing). The topping can be your favorite frosting or an 8-oz. package of cream cheese, softened with '2 cup of milk and thoroughly blended with c mixture of l'i cups of milk, 1 package of lemcn-flavored instant pudding, and 1 teaspoon oi g.-ated lemon rind. The resuit? Delicious-simply delicious. Chanuka Menu Planning Rates Assist From Versatile Dromedary Date-Hut Roll Now that tin' first, flush days [ol Chanuka are past, the last meals of this spirited, historic holiday present a most taxing challenge to the originality of the homemaker What can you do to keep the susiatorial spirits of your family from sagging after all the wonderfill Chanuka specialities. lncluJnii; those many latkes? Simply start things rolling again by making an 'appearance with a trayful of treats • made from Dromedary Da'c-Nut Roll. Fix Ihem quick and easy in any of a dozen intriguing ways—steeped in rum or brandy and topped with a hot fruit sauce; cut in tiny wedges, crowned with a pull Di whipped cream and a gla?ed or brandied cherry; served in tall parlait glasses filled wi'h alternate layerol ice cream, date-nut roll and bellies, or in any other way your ingenuity may suggest. However you embellish it. Dromedary Date-Nut Roll is a surefire party pleascr that's guaranteed to set your guests to talking about your imaginative hospitality. But no matter how you dress it up. the basis of your success is still, essentially, the uniquely delicate taste of Dromedary Date-Nut Roll itself. Made with crisp, chunky wal! nuts and the world's choicest dates, this wonderfully satisfying treat has an inviting fragrance and flavor that is certain to tempt even the most sophisticated tastes, yet has a wholesome qualiy that commends it as an ideal snack for even the iniesl lots m the family. Other important features that enhance the popularity of Dromedary Date-Nul Roll with bomemakers everywhere are its lasting freshm ss and ready-to-serve convenience. Vacuum-sealed to keep fresh til you want it. this delicious dessert cake is a reliable >iandby when unexpected guests drop in. It's an instant treat, sliced and served jusl as it comes lrom the tin, and an instant favorite with everyone who tastes il Featured at leading food stores everywhere. Dromedary Dale-Nut Roll, as well as its companion items, Dromedary Chocolate .Nut and Orange-Nut Roll, are strictly kosher, another plus-factor that has won them wide popularity in homes from coast-to-coast. Produced wn.!er the constant supervis ion of the Union of Orthodox Jewi.-h Congregations of America, they display the famous (U 1 seal on the label that is the modern shopper's guide to dependable kashruth. If your grocer is sold out. or for some other reason does not have a ready supply on hand, ask him to get it for you. The many delights of these Dromedary Nut-Rolls make it well worth your while to insist on them. "Food Fair Expansion and Development" — the story of the company's internal expansion program and the realtors' part in the expansion, was told in a Food Fair exhibit at the recent National Assn. of Real Estate Brokers convention at Miami Beach. The nation's sixth largest retail food organization, Food Fair has 443 supermarkets in ten eastern states, with 140 stores now in operation in Florida and Georgia. Ronald L Fine is director of real estate for the Southern Division. TO ALL GREETINGS H. FLIEGELMAN Embroidery & Flocking IETTERING All TYPES FOR Athletic. Industrial t Club Purposes BANNERSPENNANTS -EMBLEMS 3490 NW 2nd AVENUE FR 7-4126 GREETINGS David's Cabinet Shop Architectural Wood Working Office Desks — Book Coses Hi-Fi Cob/nets — Vanities — Bars Table! — Kitchen Cabinets Laminated Plastics 5990 NW 7th AVE. Phone 751-0322 and HI 4-2706 ALTON PAINT & ROOFING SUPPLIES INC. JOHN L. 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Pooe 4-C +Jenisf tkrHian Friday, December 3, 1961 SOVttT STAR WILL SING Mesifta Fete Held on Beach Noted Soprano To Appear Here Galina Vishnevskaya. the Unt.;* %  of Miami Symphony Orra'i next guest artist 9a Monda> v. ill arr week lor rehearsaldirect from a performance in the leading role of • Aid a at the Metro? Company the nigh: be: ieading sopr boi opera Company madi Metropolitan debut in the Ye .-a: J la>t month, thfirsi S .rano to aprMme. Vi*hnev*kaya, in private life th* wife of the well-known cellist Mstislav Rostropovich. scored her first major success fcr the Bolshoi seven years go when she sang the role of Tatiana in "Eugene Onegin. She will rtcreate a portion cf this role here when she sings the moving "Letter Scene' from the famed Tchaikovsky opera. prai • en recital Soviet rnung i Franci !!• r • aL • n in PuiAn anniversary cocktail party [was given ia>t Sunday evening by [Mr and Mrs Al Moscowitf at their 'home. 3054 N Bay rd for friends of the Mesifta. The MecifU ia Hebrew high school at 1020 Michigan ave Miami Beach, affiliated with the Hebrew Academy, and combining a tal studies program with in• ve Hebrew education MOfcowitz. chairman of the board of %  rnors ol the Mesifta. was ister for the even: Rabbi H Louis Rottman. of Beth I-rai Ci m and vice president of the Mesifta discussed the need for a high school which would continue the Hebrew Academy's curriculum and educational program. He reported that more than 40 students who graduated from the Academy left the community t' continue their studies in Hebrew h._h schools in New York. leveland and Chicago. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. reported that there are now 18 students at the Mesifta and that the school provides dormitory f a Cdities for 10 studentHe'also introduced members of the Hebrew and English faculty and reported that the mo.-t competent] teachers in each area have been obtained. Greetings were extended h. \i ;s Harry Lerner, president of the re-': centiy formed -Friend„• „, Mesifta Plans for a dinner to be held at. the Lombardy hutel 0 Jan 21 were discui CALIHA VISHNZVSKAYA title role AJ and in such ... Taming uf the Shi % %  rid Dadi ... ature Di %  5 I j Pi ik iie %  U •. jssl in i Glin J '-.: • ,-• : .an Young Musician Sought Here Search for an stai teengi in itrumental !>• who lie a; ish meed this ittee :se< %  [utun The Festival, sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, with the cooperation of the Cantors Assn., is set for next Feb. 18. All young people seeking to enter the auditions should write to Sylvia Ruskm. executive sec retary. Jewish Music Festival, -J.Vi S\V 16th ave Miami, giving the [i (lowing information name ol plicant, age, instrument, and number of years ol musical study. From among the written applications, the committee will selecl qualified applicants (>>r auditions All letters of ap] n must be reci ived b> no later than FT Pasquier Trio was to be heard Thursday evening, Dec. 7, at White Temple Auditorium in the third concert in a series sponsored by Friends of Chamber Music of Miami. Featured are Jean Pasquier, violin; Pierre Pasquier, viola; and Etienne Pasquier. cello. Program included Trio in G major, op. 9 No 1, Beethoven; Trio. op. 58, Albert Roussel; and Divertimento in E flat major, K. 563. Mozart. The Pasquier brothers have been hailed for their musicianship by Pablo Casals. Board President Appointed Jacques Thibaud, Georges Enesco and Alfred Cortot, among other famous artists. North Branch Dance Saturday In celebration •>! th< F< Chanuka. chlldri Temple F.manu-El famj i the i nation's Xortl B school b i ve.-.or Hush Adler led ior hi] stu lenl s u tin kind ling of the firsi lis>ht of Chanuka. and m traditional songs and dance Music was furnished by a live band, and special dance contests were coordinated by Sid Schneider Memberol the congregation's PTA Board* of Education, and Youth Activities commission served as chaperoiu DIRECT FROM THE MARIENE DIETRICH SPECTACULAR TO DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM This Fri., Sat. & Sun. g? ^A Dec. 8, 9, 10-8:30 p.m. §P$L BALLET GRANADA Mf/L ^^ of Spain with ESTRELLITA & RAUL & their exciting Company of 15 dancers, singers & musicians. SIMPLY TRf.MCNDOUS FtAMCMCO"Les Angeles Doily Newt All Seats Rese'v*o $l 95-2.95-3 35-4 95 Tickets on sale at DaO Auditorium Hi B-9'73: Amidon's: Jordan Marsh a Cordelia s: M B Rad ; Cc. & Alfie's Caracas Records o George A Simon. pre-idnt of the Miami Board of Realtors, has received an appointment a~ Fourth District representative of the National Institute of Real Estate Brokers. "WHAT DAY IS MY YAHRZEIT THIS YEAR? 1 The question la answered la the Heini 24-Year Calendar. i B Had 0 c. 4 Airie s acas Records HH -* %  % % % i -^^a


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1 Way, December 8, 1961 i?M .*#fhrkttan Page 5-C ; 'II' I :i FK] M|| Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl Charge Marriage Story Distorted Abroad BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: "SuBttjf'lsltt Sector, M the middleof ;, 1 row. will have its first bowling alley belorc long Site's opposite •i derbird motel, and will be operated by Albert Pollak. • :i asset to Jordan Marsh; receptionist-secretary Lois Friedman, of -omotlonal and advertising staff, which is guided by the sure hand %  .\ Brown, one of the younger and brighter lights in ihat tield. Carl Gardner can cover a lot of ground for a man of his years, and Mreart fhem with a true young-at-heart air. Besides being on the'Miami trach Boxing Commission, he's busy nights at his new Lambs Cub. ,rx durir.3 the day operates an insurance office. You gotta keep busy it vcu don't want to grow old. Carl G. is a prime example. The Lou Cassetts back on the Beach for the season, They "re getting v for a big goliing winter. He and another former Bayshore club I;'nip Dr. Julian Rickles, joined Lincoln Road Mall investment expert. r Rubin, for a roi'iul recently. There are few putters around. i, 'uding the pros, who are in Seymour's class on the greens. -* • SPORTS SCENE AND SIGHTS: One of the hardy perennial nngdcrs at the Auditorium and Exhibition Hal! lights on the Beach — All ,i ManChU) Goldman. You've got to be hardy io take some ol those | 'ticuff fiascos that are stage;! there. \niong the feminine contingent of local golfers who are above par r that chic look on the fairways: Mrs. Stanley Raskin. Mrs Nelson vits. Mrs. Allan Cutler .Mrs. Harry Auslander, Mrs. Leo Fenster, Mrs. ...,, Finkel, Mrs. Leonard Abess, Mrs. Maxwell Sayet. to name a few. Steady Sunday golfing foursome: Druggist Jerry Warren, Attorney ( w Goldstein, Bernie Bielcr and Al Cutler. Golfers aren't the onlv ones enjoying the excellent fare at the Bay-. Shore clubhouse. You'll see many merchantand prolessional men, lathering there daily lor luncheon and cocktails. Bill Pite and Gerald, i Ij have set a high standard ever since they've been hosting there WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: Estrcllita and SALEM — (JTA) — Re-, .. II i ns ;:; the Kne ;s< I this week, Minister ol Social Welfare Joseph Burg stated that the public, both hero and abroad, had been misled by "distorted facts" n garding the case oi the unmarried parent-, Yaffa Ajami, who is Jewish, and Abdul Rahim Majdaleh. a Moslem. Mr, Burg said thai there were lense r< ations between the couple and their families, leading at one time Io violence and police intervention. When Miss Ajami removed the child Horn the institution, the matter was submitted to olice authorities, and the barged with abduction. [irl On an appeal to the Juvenile Court, the child was returned to its parents, under supervision, alter M ss Ajami'8 home was registered in her na me. Burg said that Miss Ajami had oeen under probation alter being convicted lor thelt. It was at the couple's request, he said, that a probation officer helped get their newly, born infant placed in an instiUitto:; When the lather sought to remove the child, the Ministry's >ocial worker, acting in the child's interest, requested the Juvenile Court to order thai a social worker be assigned to look alter the child's interests However, continued the Minister, the court ruled tha the father "might use the child for selfish interests" and that "the mother could not be relied upon to protect it, as she was under Majdaleh's influence." The court then ordered that the infant remain at the institution. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherozode and Rubciyal Rooms, bs it for wedding or o private parly I Dania Palace Slates Jai-Alai Dania Jai-Alai Place players have started arriving in the area for the opening ol the jai-alai season Spanish dancers par excellence, set the pace in toe poetry, heading on Dec 13. allct Granada"' at Dade County Auditorium Friday, tomorrow and %  • %  • daj Don't recall a week in recent years when a new film didn't open hi But it has finally happened There are holdovers at Carib. Miami. I racle and 163rd St., Elvis Presley in "Blue Hawaii;" at Mayfair and ?et, "From a Roman Balcony:"' Roosevelt. "Rocco and His rothi rs." And. believe it or not double feature reruns at both Loew's! Fresh from a new parl-mutuel high last season, set while most of the state was on a downward trend. [he Dania Palace is looking lor1 ward to new marks this season in both betting and attendance, One new face, a back court star lender if the Tisch freres know about this? "Bachelor in Paradise" is namC( i |tuarte, and 35 veteran favorites will greet Dania Palace fans on opening night The newcomer. a Basque who has been featured at frontons in Mexico City, is expected to move into late game play almost immediately Returning champions include National Doubles Champions Laca and Ignacio. who also won the National Singles title, and Internaso held over at Olympia. Beach. Gables and Shores. Overheard at the Lincoln Road Mall in front of "El Cid" exhibit, which spotlights a suit of medieval armor: "Ma, what came in that big tin can?" Latest organization to announce a theatre party at "El Cid:" Shalom chapter, B'nai B'rith, set for Jan. 13, at the Roosevelt, where the Charlton Heston Sophia Loren starrer opens Dec. 21. Benny Davis, just pacted by nation's "hottest" feminine singer, ( Francis, to write three more songs. Benny just returned to his Jlf! ami Beach home, to work on the new tunes for Connie and other lights, Beachite Ruth Wal'.is just planed in from a record-breaking engag\ional World Series Champion Eg-^, n Australia, accompanied by her husband and manager. Hy Pasturbi and Marcel. II An old triend of then.from Boston. Harry' Goldstein, veteran cist and exploitecr for Allied Artists ("El Cid"). in town, looking tf.( n-. up. ERIGHT LIGHTS AND DELIGHTS: Now that the Twist" IS the urn vi rage, and is more or less a nostalgic throwback to the hip-twitchn ol the Gilda Cray and Charleston eras, the time is ripe for a "Toot sic Yeah, that could be a dance too! What with the twist being synonomous with peppermint! Good flews for the gourmets: The delightful De Continental rcstau•: opened recently in Bay Harbor for the season. French Italian tare ii. : scrumptious. Nothing skimpy about the luncheon fare at the renowned Rosecale on Miami's 5th st. Big platters and all deliciously prepared, !rcm soup to dessert. Do the bar-sitters get a break al the new Us Vegas show har and night club in the Singapore hotel! They're directly in lront ol the wide, e stage. Bv the way, the room's the newest, blushing pink decor among the more luxurious in town. Its present Billy Williams Re ia pipperoo. Murray Franklin's packed solid for the opening ol its light-as^a%  i intimate revue, "Caught in the Act." Kay Carole steals the hi w which is all new for '62. •* MORE OF THIS AND THAT: The searchlights will be turned on Arthur Godfrey rri on the night of Dec. 14. to herald the southern premiere showing of "West Side Story" to aid the Cuban refugees Ol I area. To appear at the Sheridan Theatre are such lights as Ml I Mrs. Peter Law ford. Dfisi Arnaz, and Elsa Maxwell. Jack Barry. %  evision personality, will emcee. • %  William Bendix joined California Rep. James Roosevelt at tne recent dinner for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, making Bill, now appearh [ al the Coconut Grove Playhouse, the first movie star to pass inrOUgn Ci liars' portals. Star restaurant schedules its grand reopening Dec^ 10. Sunday &f or 19 consecutive years under the same management. Quite a record for the dairy, vegetable and fish delectables restaurant at 841 WashIngtOfl ave., Miami Beach. Featured is a take out service. j card as their excellent food are Wanda Proving as much a drawing ;it Peterson's Steak Place and Pete Peterson, owners and entertainers 0. the Trail. Pete, a pianist, was a professional musician for many years Wanda a singer appeared at the old Royal Palm Club Bill l^xSZlinffiiSlZ** *" Olympia Theatre, among other P 'Ellas' King Arthurs Court drawing the locals. Spoiled: Architect and Mrs Robert Filch Smith A we.l-e.rned resl: Mrs. Lillian B.asherg of Morton Tower.. leaves Jan. 15 aboard the Vistori. for a ti Paris as t me if. providing >, 1 Turned out the youngster hails Irom Paris. Ky Florida will have the largest tourist season %  urn by Sam WaTdman. of Ihe Waldman family, operators of Kosher otels here top prize. A len-ycar-old asked general manageIJJBU .rov.d.ng she won. she could go anywhere else. I m sick ol in its history: predicMarcel also gar-, nered the Most Games Won title. Also slated to meet the starting whistle on opening night is Dania Palace "Rookie of the Year" Reto. The Dania Palace has undergone a complete interior paint job and many other improvements for the upcoming season.



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rcce B-C *Jen **/ ihricfiaun Friday, December S, 186] <^Tn the becalm of ^)ocietvf Zilbers United On Thanksgiving A ioubjfi ring candlelight cerei j % %  .ited Linda Susan Broun a r. d Sigmund Jerome Zilbcr on Nov. 23. at the Diplomat Countr; Club. Dr. Joseph Narot .] the 6:30 p.m. nuptials. which .'ere followed by a receplion rmaJ dinner at the Club. :hter 01 Mr. and I .'. illiam Brown. 9270 E. Bay Hartx•: %  dr., was married with the ding band worn by her i aternal grandmother 57 years ; j al her marriage. For her -:K -i lected a lormal %  candli light peau de soie fitted bodice and neckline of alencon lace reembroidered with pearls and long sleeves-to\ ist. Thebouffant skirt featured a front p u ntl of alencon lace reem1 roiriered in iridescent sequins and seed pearls, and a Cathedral train falling from a large bow on back. Her four-tiered French illusion was held by a pearl tiara with drops IT. the forehead. Maid of honor was the bridegroom's sister, Bebe Zilber, and Mrs. Alan Supler was matron of honor. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Moyshe Zilber. 287 Mashta dr Key Biscayne. Serving i s best man w a s Joel Harvey r\ the bride's brother, and Histadruth Ivrith Program Char.uka program was presented bj the Histadruth Ivrith on Monday, 8 p.m., at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 1244 Washington ave. A ..,. %  MSS. SIGMUND ZILBER Jehn Atramson and Howard Rosenblatt were ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Vdgel, aunt and uncle of the bride, were in charge 11 the guest hook .,.., .inner cards. The new Mrs. Zilber ia graduate oi Miami Beach High and at. d the University of Miami. Mr. Zilber attended the Universities of Maryland and Miami. His fraternity is Zeta Beta Tau. After a honeymoon in California and Las Vegas, the newly weds will make their home on Bay Harbor Islands, Heirloom Ring In Mosk Rites The wedding band which belonged to her grandmother served in the ceremony uniting Sharon Call Zack and Yale Mosk on Thanksgiving. Nov. 23. at Temple Tifereth Jacob. Rabbi Leo Heim Officiated at the 8 o'clock nupitals. which were followed by a reception. After a honeymoon in Nassau, the newlyweds will live in Coral Gabl Daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zack. 8430 SW -i-rd ter the bride attended Coral Gables High School. She belongto Omega Delta Psi. Matron of honor was her aunt. Mrs. Anne Green, and Lilly Mosk and Adele Mosk, the bridegroom's sis! ters, were bridesmaids. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Morris Mosk. 32086th st. He has a BA from the University of Miami, and served in the U S. Armed Forces. Elliott Zack. the bride's brother, was best man. and her cousin, Steven Green, Robert Harlem and Gerald Berman. served as ushers. Bcekenvans\ Live in Gables Susan Fern • MRS. YALE MOSK the best perfume Paris has to offer ARPEGE by LANVIN Parfums Arpege in the square bottle With llie signet stopper ioz.$15.00 lot25.00 Ian de I.amin Arpege to drench you frequently irom top to toe...in your favorite fragrance 4oz.-S 6.00 8oz.10.00 /. flut M> Jennie Robin Now Mrs. Klein Jennie Ro.-e Rabin and Donald Jay Kiein were united in marriage iin" Sunday. Nov. 12. at Beth !i Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated al the 1 o'clock ceremony, which was followed by a reception in the Temple. Newly-wedded Mrs. Kiein. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rabin. 5340 Oi'duna dr.. Coral Gables, is an alumna of Miami Senior High and attended the University of Florida. She is a member of B'nai B'rilh. For her wedding, the bride wore a short frock of white silk organza and lace designed with a bodice ^fitted to the hips and a flared skirt. Her bouquet was of double white orchids. Parents cf the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Klein. 1228 Sevilla ave., Coral Gables. He is a graduate of Far Rockaway High and attended Brooklyn College, Al present, he is associated with the Merry-Co Round Apparel Shop on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. Alter a honeymoon in Nassau the young couple will live at 4470 .v. Flagler st. Young Adults Hold Dance The Yaii>. Young Adult Friends of Israel, held a Chanuka latka party on Saturday evening at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Normandy Isle Branch. 1133 Normandy dr.. according to Stuart Miller, first vice president of the 21 to-35-ycar-old young adult iron p. Plans for the evening included latkes. a reception, dancing, and games. Assisting Miller with arrangements were Marily Schwiinnvr. Marty Cehcn. Rochelle Schrold. Fddie Landy. Ron Kaiser. Donald Kaplan. Paul Raymond. Ira Joseph, Rachelle Resmck. Bebe Zilber. Karen Freeman. Stanley Karp. Mark Nonkin. and Gil Rappaport, director of the ZOA region here. Beckcrman were I in riage on Sunday, N n 26, al ih e Deauville hotel. A reception and luncheon followed the 12:30 p. nii c remony perform/ d I > Dr Narot and Ratbi Leon Kronish The new brnie is the dau Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 4570 Jefferson ave., and thi daughter of Mr. and Mrs Morrij Rubin and the' latt Mrs, Minnie Beldner. She a?t< A University and .. raduati from the University i ran* rary. For her weddii Beckerman • ted an ele ivory peau de soli ceful curved semi-belle -km. Seed pearls I which featurkline and elbow-length slei res ind tlie detachable skirl ti 11 iinat< in a chapel train. The triple' tiered bouffant veil of French imp illusion fell lrom a bow ln;ripieee beaded with pear!-, and she carried her confirmation Bible and orchids. Miss Judi Beldner. sister of the bride, was maid ci honor, and the bridegroom's sister. Mrs. William Givner. served a> matron of honor. Mrs. Stephen Kneapler and Gail Kay were bride smaids. The bridegroom is the son Samuel Beckerrr. r Tti/i Wesl 50th St., and the late Mr. Beckerman, Educated at Carnegie Tech and the University of M ami, he is presently in the U.S. Air Force, His fraternity is Beta 5i| i R Serving his brother as best man was Kenneth Beckerman, and William Givner, Stephen Mai Howard Owen and Richard Ileiman were ushers. The young couple flev 11 Si v York for their honeymoon and on their return will make their home in Coral Gables. Theatre Program Held Monday North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'nth, presented a theatrical program alter the regular meeting Monday e veiling at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. Normandy Isle, it was announced by Walter Lebowitz. chairman. Acorn Civic Theater production of "The Younger Shall Ask." directed by Boris Pritcher. and written by David Sharver. starring Ruth Saillant and Arthur Eden, was performed. Center Pharmacy, Inc. 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Fiiday, December 8, 1961 Ji. w $st fturkttam Page 7-C Looking through old Year Books of Miami Beach High School for information about alumni are Walter B. Lebowitz and Mrs. Bobert (Ruth) Merritt, members cf the alumni committee of the Eeach High PTA, and school principal, Irvin W. Katz. Beach Woman To Head Drive Mrs. Waller Lebowitz has been d regional chairman for Miami Beach Mothers' March of S by the National Foundation. A resident of Miami Beach for Ihe past 25 years. Mrs. Lebowitz been a representative of the Democratic Party and is an active member of the Opti-Mrs. of Miami Beach, Miami Beach Hebekah i' 39, and the Greater Miami wish Community Center. Mr and Mrs. Lebowitz have two d I Ighters, Terry Lynn and Toby Jane, and reside at 3784 Sheridan ave Lebowitz is an attorney on Miami Beach. Theme of this year's Mothers' March is "Your Dimes Will Do It Again!" With the means at hand "'or complete victory over polio. the National Foundation has turn1 its vast strength, made possible bj dedicated volunteer action and public generosity, to the conquest oi btrth defects and arthritis," Mrs. 1 ebowitz declared. Seech High Seeks Gradutes Here The alumni committee oi Miami Beach High School is in the process of making a permanenl mailing list of all former students and teachc rs Former students from the classes of 1928 to i>6l will IK invited to a reunion and show being planned lor April. 1962. 'Most difficult task is that of locating girls, who have naturally changed their names through marriage, and in numerous cases moved to new communities.'' Irvin W. Katz. Beach High principal, said Wednesday. Beach High alumni who have not been contacted, or those who have changed their addresses in the past few years, are requested to drop a card to Miami Beach High School. 2231 Prarie ave.. Miami Beach. The committee is also looking for alumm with out-of-state addresses, who may be known to local residents. Miamians interested in assisting the committee to locate members of their class can contact Mrs, Bobert Merritt or Walter B. Lebowitz Alumni who mail in cards are requested to send their full name (maiden name 1 address, phone number, and class. MRS. WALTtR LtBOWITI il in /. (,.'. % %  ..' %  H-i.ldi Aitirc | the Bride l Mi ." "I the i iroom I I',.. i MII.IJII ( PARSONS 3410 CORAL WAY Open Monday Nite 'Til 9 Children's Party At Ner Tamid A Chanuka partj lor the children ol Temple Nor Tamid religious school was held on Sunday morning. Chanuka songs were tinder the direction of Cantor Samuel Com berg and Joseph Schreibman, music director, and a professional magician entertained. Meyer Samberg, education director, was in charge ol the program, assisted bj Mrs. Ralph Mervis, PTA president, and her committee. UF Pledges Nudge $2 Million United Fund has now received pledges totaling SI.900.822 or 67.9 percent of its 1962 goal, it was an' nounced by Edward F. Swenson jr., general campaign chairman. The United Good Neighbors Divi; sion. headed by William C. Lantall, chairman announced the following results to date: Section l-(Golden Glades, North Miami. Miami Shores Elc Portal) 97.6 per cent. Section 2-1 Carol City. Opa-Locka. Hialeah, Miami Springs-International Airport i 58 per cent. Section 3 (Coconut Grove Bay Heights • Key Biscayne. Flagler Julia Tuttle, Bay Point-Little River 1 37 3 per cent. Section 4-(Coral Gables. South Miami, West Miami) 79.7 per cent. Section 5-( South Dado 72.1 per cent. Section 6-( Miami Beach. Miami Beach North) 49.3 per cent. With less than two weeks to go in United Fund's 1962 campaign to raise $2,798,822, vice chairman Jay I. Kislak urged all volunteers to double their efforts. "We are going to put this campaign over the top,"' said Swenson. '"but we are counting on the community to continue the line support we have experienced so far." The campaign closes Dec. 14. Schwariiman is Guest Rabbi Solomon Schilf. spiritual leader Ol Congregation Beth El, will be host on the "Still Small Voice" this Sunday, 10 a.m., over WCKT ch. 7. His guest will be Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, who will di-cuss -Jewish Book Month Herman Binder Wins Free Trip Long time Miamian Herman Binder was notified last week that he had won :lie WQAM Subscriptions Award, The award was presented to Binder for his one man campaign to sell subscriptions to the University of Miami Symphony Club. Just out ot the hospital following a severe illness. Binder found that friends continued ihe campaign in; his behall even while he was incapacitated. Binder will gel a tree trip to New York City lor two. as well as tick-; ets to Metropolitan Opera and New York Philharmonic while there. Binder was credited with over 60 subscriptions. WQAM sponsors the Smyphony Club award. Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka and Edaar Greenberg. new president of the Men's Fashion Guild of Miami Beach, join in carving a steak at the annual Beefsteak Dinner of the Guild at the Diplomat Country Club. Some 200 Miami Beach men's apparel retailers and guests participated in the event. Enjoying the 12th annual reception and dinner dance of the Mt. Sinai Hospital medical staff at the Diplomat hotel are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz, Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Falk. J. Geraid Lewis, and Dr. and Mrs. Maurice I. Edelman. Dr. Edelman served as chairman of Ihe affair at which some 400 members of the Mt. Sinai Hospital medical staff, board of trustees, and special guests were present. Orovitz is chairman of the board of trustees. Lewis is president of the hospital, and Dr. Falk is vice president of the medical staff. Gala Committee Members Named Dedication Ceremony Set Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Can-1 tor Ben-Zion Kirsclienbaum will \ conduct dedication ceremonies of \ the Beth Torah Memorial Gardens ; at Lakeside Memorial Hark on Sunday. Dec. 17. at 1:30 p.m. Neil; Shticr is chairman of the cemetery committee. ^xjGUST BROS Rw /* th> ttt.sr' 0 Mrs. A. Herbert Mathcs and Mrs Ben Novack. co-chairmen of the first annual Mt. Sinai Hospital Anniversary Gala, to be held Saturday evening Dec 23 at the Fon tainebleau hotel, have announced the lormation of the gala commit tee: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Abess, Mrs. Faye Ablin, Col. and Mrs Jack Arvey. Mrs. Ruth Bernard. Mis Jerry Blank. Mr ami Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs K. E. Bloom. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blum. Mrs. Arthur Burrell, Mr and Mrs David 1'. Catsman, Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Chaikin. Mr. and Mrs Max V. Cogen. Mrs. Melvin Cohen. Mrs Char lyne Coolik, Mr. and Mrs Edward L. Cow en. Mrs. Leon Ell. Dr. and Mrs, Jack J. Falk, Mrs Aaron Farr. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. line. Mrs Stanley Frehling, Mrs Leonard Friedland. Sol Gelt man Paul B. Cordon. Mr and Mrs. A. J Harris. Mrs. Lou Harris. Mickey Have-,. Mr. and Mis Isadore llecht. Dr. and Mrs. Milton B Jacohson, F.rno>! Janis. Dr. and Mrs. Sherman B Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs Samuel G Keywell. Benjamin G. Kline. Mrs Inez Krensky. Leo R Kupper. Mr. and Mrs. Sam C. Levenson. William B MacDonald. jr.. Mrs. Alex G. Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs. Max Orovitz. Mrs. John Owen. Mr. and Mrs. David Phil lips. Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin Sam Seltzer. Mrs Murray A. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher. Mr and Mrs. Lawrence E. Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. Mrs. H. H. Tcnenbom. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Julian I. Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Wein, Mrs. Barney Wolk and Mrs. Maurice Zimmerman The gala will culminate Mt. Smai Hospital Anniversary Week. Max Orovitz and J. Gerald Lewis are honorary chairmen of the "Week'' and gala committee. Hank Meyer is serving as chairman of Anniversary Week. 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Pace 8-C • knit? Meridian Fridoy, December 8, 1961 Mis. Maurice Laszlo (seated center), co-chairmen oi the Beth Torah Congregation Library, shews Abraham J. Gittelson, education director (left), and Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz plans for the goal of 1.000 books by next June for the synagogue library. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. William Niven, Mrs. Ewald Ziffer. PTA president, Mrs. Simon Gilad. faculty member, Mrs. Abrahcm J. Gittelson, library co-chairman, Mrs. Arthur Hirschberg, program chairman for PTA, and Mrs. Rudy Freedland. The PTA of Beth Torah organized and recently dedicated the library to the congregation. Kennedy Urges Good Intergroup Relations JNF Executive Resigns Pest By Special Report .\K\Y YORK—Mendel V Fisher. who for 27 years has been executive director of '.he Jcw:-h National i Fund, has retired trcm his o.litc. Announcement of Fishers retirement was made by Albert : SchilT. president of the Jewish Na-, tional Fund Of America, who dedared that the JNF board of directors accepted the resignation %  w ith extreme relutance. yielding to his insistence to retire after more than a quarter of a century." Fisher will continue to serve in the capacity <:i consultant and sent tary to the JNF. Re is being succeeded by Dr. Joseph Stcrnsiein. spiritual leader of Dayton. O. Fisher has been prominently identified with the Zionist movement for many years. A speaker ol note, lecturer, former journalist, he bas occupied some of the most important posts in the movement on behalf of Israel. He is a member of the ZOA national executive committee and a former co-direci tor of the United Palestine Appeal. He was a deputy member of the (ieneral Zionist Council. Study Group Meeting Coral Gables chapter of Pioneer Women was to hold a Stud] Group nesting on '' lee. 7. la l.m. at the home oi Mrs irccn. 20 Santiila a Dr. Lehrman To be Welcomed Dr. Irving Lchrrr.En. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, will be welcomed heme n\ the senior high school students who attend he congregation's weekly Youth Service and Break;.:-l this Sunday morning. Dr. Lehrman h .jnM returned from the Israel Bnn;; friendship tour to Latin America. Guest speaker at the breakfast in Sirkin Hall will be Circuit Court .lodge Irving Cypen. vice president of the congregation. MASHING TON — (JTA) — Good intergroup relations are vital to :.al progress and to the na1 on's position of leadership in the (tec world. President Kennedy stated here last week at a white House reception ior trustees of the National Conference oi Christians arjd Jews. The reception by Mr. Kennedy marked the conclusion of the P WE SPKIAUU in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 NCCJ's 33rd anniversary convention. More than 500 delegates and guests attended the convention which, at its closing session, reelected its officers, including three national co-chairmen: Lewis L. Strauss, former United States Secretary of Commerce; Robert D. Murphy, former Undersecretary of Sfate; 'and Carrol M. Shanks. Dr. Lewis Webster Jones was reeled[ ed president. At the White House reception, : the NCCJ trustees informed the President of the launching of a new, four-year project to "raise the general level of discussion" of public issues, such as aid to Joint Chanuka Festivities Slated Annual Chanuka celebration sponsored jointly by the Ben-Gunon and Bialik, Brandeis of Farband and Poale Zion. Chaim Greenberg Branch of Greater Miami, will be held Saturday evening. Dec. 9, at the Karband Cultural Center, 842 Washington ave. Guest speaker will be Harry Perach. Beryl Morrison, president of the Bialik Branch, will read some appropriate stories from Sholem Aleicham, and Jacob Fishman will be in charge of the musical portion of the program. Dr. Nathanial Soroff. consultant of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be chairman of the evening. parochial schools and birth control, on which major religious groups in this country are in sharp disagreement. Earlier, in an address to the convention. Dr. Jones reported on his recent trip abroad, during which be visited European countries as well as Israel, and his conclusiin that •the principle of the complete separation of Church and State appears to be uniquely American." He said the tour-year project on Religious Freedom and Public Affairs was needed because there is "considerable confusion" in America about the meaning of religious liberty and its application to public issues. 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Friday, December 8. 1961 FROM THE TALMUD Peacemaki Reconciliation Berakot. 7. Do not attempt to pacify a man at the height of hi • anger. Berechil Rabhah. 54.3. A reconciliation without an explanatu that erro lay on b.itii ijei is IOI a :Mitf reconciliation. Aboi de R. Nathan. :s. J. He ichi mallei peace in his otvn home ai/ he mafic peace in all ael. < H • • %  • .„,. ,,[' ,/,,. list ij .' ver of peace following a;-.-Peace loving i u .''::'i to the i Wayyil • % %  Rahbal 9 M ler to ma\e we man and his u %  c; his discij When it his itibinis'• nol i"il\ Ij bui %  /.•, %  ; t 'urns a t at tr Rabbi M eplxed "Is it i em ugh thai Vh %  %  Id be U\e tha ( •' %  '•' IJ '.;,: peace beifei •' his u'l/e the Holy Same whit' • %  u ntten in holm ito the teal c/ bitti rne i in order to ej ealou') (.\'a5:23), ihould i the honoi A1-. si rinoii: %  i "liii nuka, K< %  -• ni I • BETH EMETH. 122^0 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi ivax si' Cantor Hyman Fine. I In l Vin • SII nrda.v %  %  • EETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd avr. Orthodox. Julius Sapero. presidi "I • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or. thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rickovsky. I-' ;• I i I • :. MI Saturda) !0 ,a.m, • — BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. I i '\ 3:13 and 8:50 p.m Sermon: I i. ill. ;il i.ill l:..|ili..Vl-tifin .W\\ meinliei aervlee. S.ii'ini.\ l". a.m. Bervative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Enianuel Mandel. I-1 ill.i \ v !'. p. m. Sermon Them i. i i Wi i, ndle Sat until I" a.m. Sermon: "The "ha i Spli ii." FLAGLER %  GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative, Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg. anil S:l .*. i> m. Sermon: "The Ti ii Men nlnfi of Sui %  % %  --' .~.ii t:l .!., v '• ;i III A.< pa rteroal :i wide stru de for tl riernal :, % %  l-ti l< nit Tli, 1 litcii \1 .. ..:i...be liltia rock, n of t in lav. J I i the feu %  i Cantor David Conviser. l-"i ill.iv R:|3 i. n 'hanuka .%  r\ ce> Sal iii.n r-iMiu\ ih: I'h.ri. daiiRhtei of Judge I M •. I'lllllp Si II • • TEMPLE BNAI 5HOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry B. Wermck. • — TEMPLE EMANU EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvmg Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler %  11 .i \ ;.i ]i Sermoi i i ...: \ %  -• Itelol'l." Siitun i in i tin M lixvali i. • • .it .: M ;.h .1 lllllman. (TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1?th sc. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. N.vot. Cantor Jarol) Bornstein. %  s,-:*n i %  • i !i I'hunuka'.' ; I y HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative Rjbln i TEMPLE JUDEM. David Shapiro. Heilbrai.n. Cantor Yehi.dah Tins page i> prepared in CO' ofv'iiiiKii with the Spiritual Lead[ er* of the Greater Miami Ribbmcal Assn. RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen i i.in H I'liinn: "l.,'Ki II-.ii li • l\ • Sal iuil.i\ l:.n Mitxvah fJai-y, -.-n ..I' Mr and .Mi Ben Ruill — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. ,, Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. 1 1 Cantor Abraham Seif. I I rlday 3 p.m. Ratnrda^ 3n • m Heri mon: "The Chanuka l.liihtx are Still [ I HurninK." Bar Mitsvah: b'lephen, noli 1 ..f Mi .mil Mi-a. N'.ii Kotthlatt. • !|MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. (, l-'l i.la.i ". p ill Siitlli-ilii\ '• :i III. Contributor: R\hKI -ill OMON SCHIfP Gems of Wisdom MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. I'lidaj mindown. Saliiiflio •' n.m, Bar Mitxvah: William, son ..i Mr. and Mr*. 'I'll,.>il Bel inn II • • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th %  t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. The Marranos In 1146. the leaders of the Moslem Arabs in North Africa summoned the Jewish leaders and said to them: "You have this alternative: Either embrace the Mohammedan religion, or die by the -sword." There were some Jews who were afraid and outwardly embraced the Mohammedan religion, but inwardly, in their hearts, continued to believe in God and observe all the precepts of Judaism These Jews we called "Anusim" (literally, "those who were forced." forced converts or Marranos.) During this period. Moses Maimonides iRambuml, who was then a child of about 13. fled with his family to another country. (Published by Bril Ivrit Olamit) Tlici pfonexa of beaun rtphasiied ''"' beauty i>/ foplmeM. > %  > HHWCH. By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX What is the derivation of the name "Chanuka?" A number of derivations have been offered Generally, it u believed that the name Chanuka comes lrom a root meaning "to dedicate." It was on this date in ; the Hebrew calendar that the original sanctuary made by Moses in the wilderness was ready for dedication. It was also on this date, 1 | that the Maccabees re-dedicated: the sanctuary in Jerusalem after it had been defiled by the GraecoLight ol the future that shall come ||iin ,;„,;,,„, v ,„ l „,. > „|.., 1 S Y. 'Syrians Others like to split the in the term into two expressions. The |()(a | deliverance and salvation first taken from a term meaning "to rest" and the second made up, of two letters whose numerical "Chanuka" itself, taken to mean value i> twenty live." The mean-1"training" or "education" indicaing would then be (Chanu b-Chof ted quite clearly that the fact that Hell i "They rested on the twentyihc Maccabees won the victory and in honor of fifth." This would indicate that assumed the role of political leadj JJJ". '•.^"jewuh identity^ the victorious Maccabees, who erslup was only a temporary way were forced to battle for the reof preparing the people for the capture of their rights and their establishment of the Kingdom of sanctuary, were finally able to rethe House of David which was the lax lrom their armed struggle on only truly accepted Kingdom in the twenty-fifth of Kislev. Israel. The Maccabees. Messiannic era With our will dlwuw Tii,Jew-lah Woman and i 'hiimiknli." Saturday 9 :• m, — • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Pociet. ..... and .Ii !•'.•• foi Saturdii> I : %  lias I'aiol, ilauuhtei ..: Mr and Mr? V\ IHani BUaim. • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative Rabbi Maver Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein V\ I.I.I > R:13 p.in. Si n "Roek il \i;. S:i I ui'il.i \ :< 8 III "Portion ..I tin l..i Bin MitKvah: David, Kon % %  Mr* I '< h> Brody, • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg PVlday R:I3 p.m, Sermon: "Oullt and i 'on.-cifnr,*." Saturday Rr45 a.m. >• mon: "We.-ui> |"urtlon." • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Friday :l", p.m. S-rmon: "The Model n Mai .ii-. — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Cantor Albert Glantz. l-'riilnv v :n i. in S n: "Will thrM.--.11;. Lltuter 1 in"" • ineR Hli IL.-I Slsterh i. Saturday 9 m, Sermon: "TinStuff thai Ih'eum* are Miule ol It is also Claimed that the name NE 183rd st.. Miami Gardens rd. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. Irlda> R:3D p 111 Sermon: > in Ii ill anil Modern Dreams." One* Shahhal I1...-IMi .111.1 Mis Joaeph iSreenlw-rg honor of birthday "i mm mil ;i .111 Sii Israel. pilots. David. being l*rael MTI Others read into the name an ab-jfff*?were ,,ot ot the H UM f 31uh TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Kridaj K:|.I p.m. Sermon; "The liuin for Freedom In BSarlj Amurk-a and In 2,200 Vi'iiis Ago." Chanuka .~iii in da) li:l". .em l'..i 1 oi Mi iiiul Mr* Jus. |ili M;i.-I. I I • I TEMPLE BETH EL OF Why is there no prohibition from WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. work on Chanuka just like it Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. is prohibited on the Sabbath and on other Jewish festivals? breviation where each letter of the name stands for another word and the total expression means "Eight candles (are lit' and the Law is as (stated by 1 Beth Hillel This iused as a proof of our prevailing custom of kindling one candle the; Basically. Chanuka nol being of lust day and increasing the num-' Biblical character, would not ear ber daily until the total of eight r> a prohibition against work, like candles are lit on the last day. other festivals do, since it is a postThere are others who consider the Biblical holiday. Some Eastern term 'Chanuka" to be derived from Jews, like the Yemenite Jews. an expression meaning "to edukeep their places of business closed cate" or '"to 'ram Theirs is the all eighl days of Chanuka. giving belief thai these tiny lights are the festival a character of prohibonly a preparation, or a training iting work or business affairs thai for US so that we will be able to be would detract lrom the spirit of worthy Of experiencing the Great the holiday. HOLLYReform l-'i i.l.n s: I.". p HI ("h;i nuka i in i\ vi,-,.. Confirmation eta** i*' "The I'aKeanl of j.lRtit* Satin ilii ( |o;l." ;i.in. — • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructicnist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. I 1 Ida} %  m Si rmon "Tl 11 in.in Itltthl in Differ." I'han %  i,-,. Saturdu a m. Sei -1 -..ii lie V Kit) Mr* M Ilimnn • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV. 4144 ave. Libeial. Rabbi Leon Kronish. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. l-'ii.l.i\ s.i p.ni Sermon: %  *: '••. %  ., Hi 1 lei 1 Inn • he 1 1 is, I,.111 meg Shabhal h • YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. l-i'i.i;i\ K:13 p.m Sermon "Iteklnd I g iln l.iKhl s.iiu da} '• .1 in • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. imrni. 1 CANDltUGHTING TiMl 1 Tebet — 5:15 p.m. ft 1 IE



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Pag e 10-C tW.'T* ApMrMHufi Friday. December 8. 1961 Dag Translation Of Buber Slated UNITED NATIONS— (JTA>— The Stockholm publishing firm of Dimmers notified the United Nations headquarters recently that a> a memorial to the late I' %  -''• >i Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold. it planned to publish a Swedish translation of "I and Thou."" a basic book ( b y the Israel' philosopher. Prof Martin Buber. which Mr. Hammarskjold wanted to translate. The Stockholm publishers said that they received a letter from Mr. Hammarskjold. short!) before his death sometime ago. informing them that he was translating "I and Thou"' into Swedish. Mr Hammarskjold had also informed Prof. Buber of his work on the translation. Prof. Buber received the last Hammarskjold letter, at his home in Jerusalem, the day the late secretary general met his tragic death in an airplane crash Bonniers said it will carry through the Hammarskjo'd plan for the translation and publish the book in msmoriam to the late secretary genaral "in the very near future." Mr. Hanimarskjoid's plan to translate Prof. Buber's work was be!ievd, by persons here who knew the former UN chief well, to have been preliminary to prcposir/j Prof. Buber for a Nobel Prize in literature. Two recent Nobel Prize lam < in literature. Albert Camus and S John Perse, had had tbeii works translated into Swedish bj Mr. Hammarskjold before the) v-v-re given the coveted Nobel prize. Mr. Hammarskjold had been a member of the Swedish Academv. the body which officially designates the Nobel laureates in the field of literature. Urge Greeks To File Claims VIIIFNS — (JTA) — An urgent appeal to Jewish organizations Jewish publications to inform Creek nationals now residing in America and in other countries that the deadline for filing claimfor compensation suffered by the Nazi victims in Greece is December. y;'d that no claim filed after that will receive consideration, v as issued by the National Council ot Greek Jewish Communities. "We know there are thousands h America who are eligible and wiio have not as yet filed their claims or filed them faultily." [sidor Noah, president of the National Council, stated ""It would be tragic for them to lose this money by default."" The Greek indemnification law was enacted by the Greek Government as a result of the agreement between Greece and the Federal German Republic for the distribution of S28."50.000 to provide compensation payments to former Nazi \ ictims in Greece who suffered on a count of race, religion or opposition to Nazi ideology. I'nder the law. thousands ot persons resident in the United States Israel, Western and Central Eu rope, and in other areas, who during World War II as Greek natio Dais lo.-l a spouse, parent, child. iiiaiidparent. brother or sister who M IS also a Greek citizen, or who themselves suffered imprisonment in Nazi concentration camps or into health, have become eligii e for compensation. It is emphas fed ihat under the law both the victim as well athe claimant filing on behalf of the Victim must have had Greek nationality when the act of persecution occurred. Claims must be filed through a lawyer accredited to the Greek courts, with the Secretary of the 1 1 ibunal of First Instance. Santa st Athens. Greece, and a certified copy with the Greek Ministry of Finance. 10 Karayor^hi S rviaa It., Athens. 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1 Friday. December 8, 1961 +Jewisii ftoridti&n Page 11-C LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH !U3X!L CIRCUIT IN AND FOB D*DE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12525 THE I! ROOK l YS SAVINGS BANK, \. • v..rk banking c >i |M>rai Ion, Plaintiff, Al.' iNZO i: a t ILEY nn1 LENORA ST \NI.KV, h v.i' %  ASPIC IXVBSTMRN IRATRIV i I ,IM oorpor I T. li Ki 'in. tnil RUTH K K %  !• life, I > % %  !*• udanP-. NOTiCS OF SUIT T H ROH1 RUTH K. KOHL, hli w f*> \ni, rka %  ided M 'i tgnge (•.... Inc. .._ %  •. west Pajel -' >"• %  el Miami, i" %  I I' I \KK HF %  M ITIFIEI I il ,n.. >l:ii : file I ngli i Ml ine PI i %  •' he ubovei i ',,-.ir' n I CJ fol the p ,,1 fore ION moi I gugi on r Aimrir BY H5NRY LEONARD v. • %  .. following described property, MIu ,i. and being • '' "'' County. Ki r|da. .i rul" more particularly described -,. folluWs; Lot 23, Block 30, HRST ADDITION •in MYRTLE I ROVE, according to the l'lut thereof, recorded In I'lal Book %  >" at 1'as-. CublkRHWIIS Of I M,I. i loi • rlda: Together with pi. pi %  Hotting Items.of and permanently of the Improv*the i located ir. installed as a p>ri irt-nls on said I.mil: mldlng-Glass Door Tub Enclosure Rang. G.B. Model No. J-400-M Refrigerator O.K. Model No. LB-ll Washing Machine I •! Model NO. W.V-V.o You air hereby required t" serve a ropy of vour answer or othei pleadIns: on pkmttffs ittorneys: JOHN I>. BRION and WII.Hl'K C. ROLLINS. I .ii 8.E. Ind Barest, Miami, Florida, i Kanklln I -6 *;. ind fl!e the original a newel or pleaiilng in the office of the Clerk of said Court on or before the 21 st day of December, IMk If -ii I.I il lo do so, J decree pro conf, ..... will be entered against you i i the relief demanded In the Comi .nut. WITNESS mj hand and senl of said .,i Miami, Dade County, Florida ttii81st daj ol November, 19*1 Ej B LEJ IERMAN %  ierk of aiia cull Co. ,..,:, i;. 0. p COPELANH I 11 ti Cierk II 24, 12 1-8-15 277 "SM you later, Hannah. I'm rowing to the mainland to pltdgo to tht United Jewish Fund." Cr. 10*1, Oavelw P-sducKoM LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE. No. 44-47 RK Estate i VIRGINIA CHARLOTTE HILL i !.•• %  asetl NOTICE TO CREDITORS All C! editors an J All I'e so 11., \ i 'lalma or I >•• %  i-in-ls Against Said i %  hereb) n i* • d ind requlrto : ums and demunde %  • j ou may h'xve a gainst the esV1RG1 NVV I VRL< TTK Hii.i. id late of Da ni f i i 'oui ty Judges of Ii i tile the • %  ii I he I %  • %  ihi Count) In Bade i mi •. FT irl la • %  n six (6 > ealmontha %  • tati ol the I iblicai m h or I '••• same % %  i aired RTH I %  %  WHITE • i, Gold % %  % %  • %  %  %  West Plagl i, Fla. — NL j n 17-2*. 12 1-8 CIRCUIT COURT. 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DAO£ COUNTY. Ft*. No. SIC 12174 ELINOR I.' — BIN, Plain v -. GEORGE SAMUEL STEIN, 1 >efen lant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Vor. GEi i U : -\ Hl'EL STEIN, 19 '. I %  St. Ap I.. Daikis 8, Texas, u il I serv %  • %  %  >our answer to Divor • %  Complaint filed agaii • • Intlffa ittorn. > GEORGE NICHOLAS", ISIH N' 7th st Mian '-' ind tile u Ig with Cloi i '" %  on or before in K, %  • itherwiw i • i >.. liATED ... i i i ; RMA.\, I i..., i i HKLEN KESSLER, 1 12 8-1.--22-2? IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.OA IN CHANCtKY No. 01C 12325 l.i 'Y .1 WILL I v M Plaintiff, JANIE CHRISTINE WILLIAMS, 1 • i. n.lant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOC, JANIK CHRISTINE IVILI.IA.M., c/o %  %  Thomas, 14U MARKS CHURf!H ROAD, AVGUSTA, ; \ .i %  notlfle i to serve a i opj "i > iur answer to Complalnl filed against you >--i Plalntlfrs attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, 1218 N.W Till St., Miami PI • and Ii'.-' or %  I wiili Clerk of this C mrt on or bei ire •i in. I, 19(2, otherwise complalnl IH i i nf. ~..-ii b v.. DATED N l er 2", l1 i: Ii. LEATHKRMAN, Clerk I '.id,Coil I %  "in I i.. al) Bj HI i:S KESSLER, i :. I ^-\:-:NOTICE OP SALE MISS RARY I VKK ",'h %  i ornlsh A r ill W lb NVw York V. New Yorl >'.(.. fled that tl ii • rdai \w :': •l laws i i %  %  %  if Florida, v. ill %  >.-.. [IH. to wl .. ; RCA %  • %  I Tab.i .. Rad 7 1 're %  ni< Suits 4 1' : %  %  The sal held on Januar : v | • ,:.. >ay Hotel, at 69tl t Avenue, Mii Bead %  • %  TALI AN %  '•'. \ LER t LITMAN Attorneys for Bo nba> Fl 120 Lii %  : t id Aiaml b ach u : .8-t:-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, >TI i' H CREBY GIVEN tl ll ng t %  enga • .. under he fictitious name ol F'LORIDA WAVER CLINK' at 1"IT W. Ela T St., I iml Intends !•> regIs, .-.,. i name lth the Clerk • tl r_>ade County, Florida i-i III: WATER PR lOCCTS. INC. Li. l •.! v i Bermun, Presidi at GEi i ii BALLEY -v it. PAUL Atton sys for "T, l7 .t,, NOTICE UNDER FICTIT'OUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HF:RJ n GIVEN thai t 'in, |. rslgne J le i ng to engage ii i i.-lness under the ri til lout nui M ol v PL wriiWA1 1LINIC .ii l" \> Ilagler s. %  Intends i" i eg Ister Bald nan %  he Clei k ol I hi Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PURE WATER PR "DUCTS, INC. By: David n >r in, President CEO, II. BALLEY & R PAUL Attorne) tor Pure Water EToducts, Inc. 11/17-24, lg/l-i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 81C 11857 SHERMAN P. BA ITS. Plaintiff, vs. CARRIE BATTS, Defendant, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yin'. CARRIE BATTS, (address unknown) are hereby notified to serve a copy of your Answer t" divorce Complaint filed against you •• the 3rd day of November, IM1. by the Plaintiff's attorney, Oakley G. Smith, i"i N.W. First Avenue, Miami. Floi Ida. i i orlg-inal wi'h Clerk "i this C .nil on % % % %  before he 86th daj o Oecember, 1981, otherwise Complaint w ill bi taken IS i issed by ] K B. LBATHERMAN %  'lerk of s ii. I 'Ircuil Court (seal) By K V. I.VMAN. Deputy Clerk II 84, IS 1-8-1, N01",CE UNDER FICT'TlOLS NAME LAW N ,%  %  :; %  • • Y OIVFX %  ... | leil : I • ens i ^ ,. v M-A CAR si -i i ... • %  • %  Ml iml, Ha.. ...... %  %  .-., : nan e the Clei C'ourl I ,, SCAN \' '' ; "• VU I N MARX %  FABI \ %  • -• K" A ,1/17-24.12/1-8 IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID* 'N aooBATE No. 54527-C IN RE: Estat • MORRIS H LEVINE, i %  >ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS T., •VII Creditor'.-i 1 A" Person.-, ria\ ing Claima or Dei andg Against >.. d You are herebnotified and „ ii red to present any claimand det'ie %  IORRIS H LfcV INF, i i ate of i'iiCounty, Florida, : the •' iunl Judges • .., .. m i file the son • %  In dupnc its ,,„i ,. provid %  i '" %  : ""; '• %  I r '• : '' the >' ml : %  "'•• • ^ pi >rl la, thin six %  ir the it M Florida : %  \ • %  PEA U R\ ; N'' \ %  • • ITEIN '• "• : 22-a. c.i!, th %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 544*4 IN RE: Estate of VIVIAN ANNA PACE, formerly ANNA GERSTEIN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or L>e nandg Aga pet Si d i: ite *i hereby i itll ie.i and '-I '... iresent any claims and demand! wir.'-'-. \ "i may have aga .tati il ViVI \N ANNA PACE, formerly ANNA GF:RS'TEIN, d-. ., i Dade l 'ounty, Fl i to the County Judges • Diaile County, ind i !• %  the same In duplicate and as provided i: Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In ti> Ir %  in the Cou ty Courthouse In DaJe County, Florida, within six calendar months fron i lie time of the rirst publication hereof, or the -a rni will be ban i %  !'.,;• Mian • Fi November. A.I .v.iRF:I • Z VCF: A CHEREN ,\ >L1>F N Vi • %  -. • %  ?• Execut >r inpia %  %  in Miami I 12 8-1.1-22-2:' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF FLORID*. IN AND -OR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 6'C '22^3 IA< iR M iRGENSTERN, P tincll \ WILLIE MAE SPENCER, 1 lefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION rO: WILLIE MM. -'.' rNCER c o Cta ude Oily ard C "A", Ittn B, 0 3rd Bdge. Port Ord, Californl i PI .,-.. tak • notli • %  thai • %  i on ilalnl • 4a-.' upon thi low "^ described r al estate, to-wlt: l„.i 25, Blot < I. of BUNCHVILLE KUBD1VISH N %  •' co 'li:u i" the PI U thereof, red rdod In Pat Book 4:'. H p,,;. 98, .; the p ibllc rei ords ol Dade I lounty Rorl It, has been filed l*aln.-t irou V 'i •"• %  rod t" file %  •' %  ir inswer with the i erk of this <'••'' ind aei va a copy upon Cain, Isis, orbach *. Polar • %  •>•' v\ Pjigler Street. Miami, Florida, on .,,before the 18th day of December, •.,.i:, ii' el w jatlons "f the compl tint wil be to ken onl I by you i, • : % %  .. ir.th day ol Novei 1961 K •: i r VTHERM VN Clerk of tl • I • MAN | •• %  ;, • 11 17-24, LEGAL NOTICE :N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. iN AND FOR PAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12073 :n Ite: PIt "ii ol i-i: • I:L PANZER and GF:RTRUI>E M %  Ex. %  %  i o Ann.. Ijing, :, k a \ l a Kutz, di .i M NOT.CE TO APPEAR IN PROCEEDING TO R ? ESTASL'SH LOST NOTE T' •: Nori '. %  |i Ini I"" ndai (on, I in I harle I • ind a i sted p rson v., i-. %  ],, ,, ,, .i i appear Ho ; <\i ,i ti;, H ; v ,,r the ludg the Com r H-. irida 80 P.M., ,'. in lay, %  %  %  • %  • Hull, and ind th< re xh ,%v u i %  -. nss .-Idu I, a? '-%  n hy i be : %  ite, desi 'i In the rx on file herein, m i le Man '57, by Noi 'i' up li •.--' mem !', mdai i m, Inc %  ''" %  ind Am i Lang, hin the p Inclp %  mi ol $1 '..:"> i no with .i i. -..-• -,• me rate "f six per •ii-. pa -ibi.in five years il the rate oi J. • per month, which note ured • i purchase money mortgage recorded in Official Records BOOk l'J'l Ut T:ie 471 of tile 1 ..l ICounty Public Recprds, which promissory note la alleged i" -a d petition 10 have been lost, mislai I or destroyed, should not be r Btablished, and as to which .-.lid promissory note the said petitl >n prays that a true and sorreci copy thereof be established iand in lieu of the original note, and that said re-established note be decreed to be the sole and rightful property 01 the Estate of Anna Lang. And herein fail not. Witness my hand and seal of said .''•iin -it Miami, I "'ICounty, i. • ida. this ir.th day "i November, 1961 i:. I. LEATHKRMAN Clerk ,.r thCircuit i '"'art i'iii 'ounty, Ki-.r I.I i seal) K. M I.VMAN Deputv Clerk 11/17-24, 12 1-8 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX OEED File 52239 N' ITICE is HERt-HY GIVEN Hi it Nathaniel W Siege hold is asjnee .,' '' ty "1 Miami Vi, >i • • numbered 7M and 1070, I ite i the 1st Day of Jun >, A.D : has 'i • -I .-ni certifiestes In my ofl and has made a pplic itl 'ti or :., \ 'l •• l .. :.i .,,•) in ace '-'',>'•. \. : li law Si Dcates embr u the following described property, situated :n I 'nl.' C iunty Stale ul i >| I ,. I %  All • 3 BI ick 36, Twelfth Btre. I Manors Plat Book 5 Page 59 In the City "! .Miami. County if Dade S r; loi Ida iced 'ii Certif cat • No 700 The >n .-in ol said proper! • ? %  tl iId certificate Issued ta In the nan if I know n. Lot %  l .• %  -. s 5' Si Mai livlslon., B • i %  the City of V ty ••:' I'.-i.-: • i .... as raced In Certl N The i.. .'.•:• un ler the • i rl leal led • i i cm s* said • %  %  irdina t-. iv, • i %  l A'ill n on the 27th da Dated this .'1st day if N AH 1961 i LEATHKRMAN Clerk Circuit Court, Dade 'ounty. PI ri, (seal) u .vi. I.KI.'P: i • .puty Clerl 11/24, 12 • : -22 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! • %  Jen fst> fiorUUsun solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate ycfur patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates IHal FR 3-1605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA. N AND COfl DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 6'C 123C3 CENTRAL SAVINGS I.A.NK (N THB CITY i iK NKW i IRK %  • orporation existing under ihe laWa of the state .,! N %  %  York, PI id >. i i: \Ni-. SIT IRSKt, el al, l'endanta, NOTICE OF SUIT TO: PRANK SITARSIvl ml JULIA SITARSKI tl:: Water Street Ransh. w, Pel nsylv anla Yoc ARE HEREBY NOTIPTCD that a suit has been brought against you by CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN THE PITY OP NEW YORK, in th above-eni tie i Court, ; i I in lose a mortgage em the following 'i'-' b< i %  '-1, 'i. to-wlt: I."' v ii BI K k 18, FTRST ADDITl( IN T' SIF:RRA .' i -. • i "n> plal thereof, recorded In Plat Book %  ; at p ige 96 il the public rei ir is ',!" i' id.Coun :-. Floi i-i i tier i GE LA 92 K Ri I I ; %  itor HE J 361-L FI -:'• \ • -'.. tlun p. %  and > ou a.-e req file y ir an> ,-r with thi Clerh ( the Cl 'C i i Florida %  ::'.ii i-'! i,. in or befoi p D '.%  : %  nd to iecv e a copy of s %  %  >A P C VTSMA.N p %  Att irney, host .-! Iress Is 14 11)1 %  .. i j • Streel VI '•'•.Ida. on bei • %  I i,:.m relinked 1.1 A il Florida If you i ul to 1 ..... • ill be takei mfi --'• %  by nd a i' % %  I' %  I — l wll II • • %  I aguint i led in i• l 'A'i'i::> this f No' \ MAN Clei .-irt I >-,i Co ity, -i l. MAN CAT! 2, no r-24 12 i-S :'.\'. in !•' !• M ami i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY. No 6'C 12429 VNICE flAlL MiI.l.l'.N'. Pla %  • MARVIN ARI •: LL MILLEN, lant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Vi -I MARV IN AKOELL MtLLEN i'..( GffF er, .i '" i*s, United stateNavy, Nav il A Facility, Se> -• Rlvi Al tpolls, Maryland, arnotified to isrve a copy "i your An-..-i to Divorce Complaint tiled against you on I'lalntlffa attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, 1218 N.W 7 St.. Miami, ,,!i 1 II 01 Iglnal lth 'lerk ol thla 'uri on or bei >re %  December, '.,' otherwise complaint will b-toniv—i by • ou. DATED, N iv ':. 1961. E. B. LEATHERMAN ( % %  ri. of aaid Circuit Court By : C I. ALEXANDER, i iuty Clerk ll '.'•, 12 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N' >v|. E ,s HEREBY Gl\ EN th U ; dgi i let %  • %  busin nd loua i im IAL BAR th Street, Ml ami Penh. Plu to reglste said • %  ime with 'Clerl the Circuit C • in "' ; %  5A.M %  KENSON ii l-8-l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE !.HEREB\ GIVEN that the un lerslgi ed, desiring I > anga • in ler the fi, ti:i is n ime of SOUTHERN WATER CLINIC at 1047 W. Pkurler St Miami Inten la I i register .-.. 11 name w i:ti I %  • %  ''''"'INC. By! David lor.nan. President GBO H s \:,i.i:v .< R. PAUL Attor Pi re w iter Produ ta Inc. II r-2 4.15/1 -8 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKP.I-.P.V P.IV r.N I li ng to flct %  mes il i NG ".' VRBEK -'' • ILON• VI, %  SIMP S.W. iHainl I-"-.' la 'eglster -ti L tmes wltl eri • .-; I i-i I • County. ;•. irl i A\."'l •' V VI.!' \ s .:•• o • V.RTHUR EAR *H 'K \ • i • %  Vi i • •: -. • Blvd ll ;t. I 2 • is THE COUNTY JUOOfc'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA IN PROBATE No. 54238-B IN P.'' of Ki '• UNA BREITBART I',. -,.-• '. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Po \'i '' lit %  -ir.i AM Persons Having Claims -.r Demand! Against Said Estate: Yon are he-eby notified and required t> preaent any claims and demands which you may have against ihe.-tate ol REGINA BREITBART, l tasod late of Dade County, Floral thC iunty .ludes of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 73J 16, Florida Statutes, In their offices In :he County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within s.\ calendar tha from the tune of the first publication hereof, or th.game will be barred Dated il Miami, Florida, thla 16th lay November, A.D. 198 p p., II:;-:KT BREITBART BERN VR \ V.'i'lll EDGAR LEW IS RRtl s \ BREI l"BAR %  '. %  11 t-8-1! %  N THE COUNTY jlu DOE'S CO'. FT IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR OA '\ ORJBATE. No. ;4'>6 B s Ri -si: !. : •• %  i NOTICE TO CRSO'TOPS To A'l i 'redll -ins Having i' ilms or 1 em a Against Said IN'.. :• %  You are here! I and represe' ; a and demonds wh il the ••-•..• I SE 1 ICH %  : 'I • i lite '• Did lounty, Pi irlda, %  ; .: lade bounty, a i ilicate and pi ,\ %  le i i". Bei -' la Statutes, In their •i I • CounI ty Courthoi ;-i ''. i • Florida, w thin six c:i -ii mi i the from f the first p ibl of, ..r the -." .' : ire I I 'ated al Miami Pi irida, thi13th day if Novemb A.D DAVID SAUL L fHTE by Hem m T i AttC AExe it ir Cain, I-i-. • irbacF ,\ Po u Herman T. Isis il nsel 1 torn • • u %  | r Si 1 1 !7--:i 12 1-8 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IIVEN that ring to enga i .ti und i CIMEN RS at 1740 Alton Road -I lead Florid %  -1 11 'lerk Court RPORATION By %  '!'• m % %  %  •Al • M'llman, Se 'y. 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Page 12-C +Jen 1st ncridHan Friday, December 8. 1961 Cover Captions, Vatican Orders VATICAN ORDERS COVERING dorf church last week to receive of a -desecration of the Hosf" cov REGENSBURG, West Germany absolution for their sms reported ered with cloth or otherwise made -(JTA)-Catholic wor-hipers who this weeK tney found medieval unreadable. Thousands of Cathon-.ade a pilgrimage to the Deggenanti-Jewish captions on pictures lie s make the pilgrimage ann ually. The captions were covered on recommendations of the Vatican. They described an alleged desecration by the Jews of Deggendorf in 1937 purporting to show that they had thrown a wafer symbolizing the body of Christ into a well. The pictures and captions also depicted the subsequent slaughter of the Deggendorf Jews as a "Godj willed act." Charges ot visit the countries that he learns about through his stamps! • NOTE: T [ ; :"er is NOT Ll'.MTED to children Adults are invited to taKe advantage of tti s unusual offer, too! CHASE LINCOLN ROAD, ON THE MALL AT 1100 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD. 425 AT SHERIDAN COLLINS AVENUE. AT 75th ST. SURFSIDE. 9564 HARDING AVE. CT £ [3 £ R /\ L N. MIAMI BEACH. 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION INSURED BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION flEi


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iFewiislli Floiriidlmn
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 49
Miami, Florida. Friday. December 8, 1961
Three Sections Price 20c
Charge Chaos
In American
Jewish Life
NEW YORK (JTA) The
! arge that American Jewry is suf-
ti ring lrom "overorganized chaos,
I. .iding to overtappoig. waste of
I lanpower and efforts." was voiced
lure this week at a dinner of the
Zionist Organization, of America in
tribute to Dr. Emanuel Neumann,
honorary president of the ZOA
aid member of the Jewish Agency
executive, in recognition of his 50
\tars of leadership to the Zionist
c.uise.
Dr. Neumann was presented with
the ZOA Herzl Gold Medallion
awarded each year to an individual
judged to have rendered the most!
outstanding service to the cause!
o! Zionism. More than 1,000 Zion-
ist leaders and key workers in the
metropolitan area and other parts
of the country attended the $100-a-
plate dinner, the proceeds of which
v. ill go towards the American Zion-
ist Fund to finance the expanded
ZOA program.
Principal speakers at the dinner
iduded Israel Foreign Minister
Colda Meir; Michael S. Comay, Is-
tael Ambassador to the United Na-
tions; Dr. Nahum Goldmann, pres-
idenl <>f the World Zionist Organi-
/ ion. Max Bressler. president of
the ZOA. who presided; Rabbi Irv
Israel Can't Better Ties
With Reds, Gurion Says
DR. tMANUEL NEUMANN
... years of service
TF.L AVIV(JTA)"There is nothing Israel ( in .! to improve
relations with the Soviet Union under present circumstances Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion declared here. "Whatei ; !-'.
only be held against her by Moscow," he adde I
The Prime Minister spoke at the
traditional annual dinner with edi- United Nations, was also attended
tors and foreign correspondents. by hii,h government and army of-
The dinner, marking this year the fjCPr< ; the course oi a -
14th
iiiiici. uiaiuiu i"" j.u. .- ficer-. i" tl'.e course oi a anniversary of the adoption tion-and-answer period that follow
of the partition resolution by the --
Arab Refugee Debate Opens;
Dead Still on UN Relief Rolls
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)The Arab refugee debate opened here
this week before the General Assembly's special political committee
with an out-and-out victory for the Israel delegation on the important
point regarding Arab insistence for the seating of a so-called "Pales-
tine Arab delegation."
After a brief, but vigorous ex-
change on this issue between
Michael S. Comay. Israel's perma-
nent representative here, and Ah-
mad Shukairy, Saudi Arabia's
chief representative, the commit-
. tee's vice chairman. Angel Sanz-
ing Miller, chairman of the Ameri- jBriz. of Spain, ruled that "at the
ean Zionist Council and of the Con-j appropriate time" he will call up-
ference of Presidents of Maior|on "a spokesman" for the Arab
American Jewish Organizations, refugees to voice his sentiments
Abraham Goodman, treasurer of before the committee. He implied
the Jewish Agency for Israel, Inc., that the spokesman would be Dr.
Continued on Pag* 5-A Continued on Psgo ?*
ed the dinner. Mr. Ben-Gurioii also
stated that:
1. The Syrian coup which sep-
arated that country from Egypt
and ended President Nasser's
United Arab Republic did not di-
minish the Arab threat to Israel
or bring n*rr a settlement of
Middle East differences.
2. Israel was not prepared to
accept Prime Minister Nehru of
India as a mediator in the Arab-
Israel dispute because his qualifi-
cations as a neutralist were
doubted.
Toynbee Hit
For New View
Algerian Jews
Seek to Ease
Escape Route
ALGIERS (JTA) Algerian
Jews, increasingly under physical
attack in the worsening Algerian-
French situation, acted in organ-
ized fashion this week to expedite
plans to leave the strite-torn
French colony.
Jewish organizations set up a
committee to handle requests from
Jewish families for help in emi
grating to France. They were spur-
red by no less than five murders of
Algerian Jews in a two-day period,
committed by FLN
most of them ~~......
3. Israel's stand against the Algerian rebel terrorists.
South African Republic in the Uni-
ted Nations on the Apartheid issue j
BUT DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT ARRESTS
Rumania Jews Live in Freedom,
Chief Rabbi Asserts in New York
NEW YORK-(JTA)-The Jews of Rumania, estimated to number
between 170,000 and 180,000, practice their religion with absolute free-,
>m pursue Jewish cultural activities freely, and are given genuine
lection against anti-Semitism by their government. Dr. Moses
Rosen. Chief Rabbi of Rumania, reported here this week._____________
Dr. Rosen, son of the late Rabbi I d and stimu,a,ed
Abraham Rosen, is a 49-year-old directly encourag e
Lumanian-born scholar. He is here from above, by the government,
(or a 10-week series of lectures in ilself Novv the reverse is true, j
higher Jewish studies at Yeshiva of course, decades of officially
University's Bernard Revel Grad- sponsored anti-Semitism
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
Prof. Arnold J Toynbee. the Bri-
tish historian accused of tendenti-
ous comments on the Jewish reli-
gion and Israel, was accused by an
American Jewish scholar this week
ot having done it again.
Prof. Toynbee had been invited
by the Jewish Quarterly Review,
published by the Drops.e College. Soviet relations
!o present his views in a "scholar- that Israel had
was justified for a variety of
reasons.
4. Dag Hanimarskjold. the late
United Nations secretary general,
was just and reasonable, and there
is no justification for a negative
attitude toward him.
5. The best of the eight govern-
ments he has headed was the pro-
visional one which he was unable
to reconstitute after the elections
last August.
He said there were two main
factors in the question of Israel-
One was the fact
only one vote in
A n xi e t y was particularly
strong in Constantino, where the
Jewish population has dipped
from 17,000 before the Algerian
independence struggle began to
about 5,000 now. The 12.000 who
departed went to France or Is-
rael. Some went to Algiers where
their security situation was con-
sidered less dangerous.
The remainig Jews in Constan-
tine, expressing fears that the phy-
i sical attacks were taking on a spe
i cific anti-Jewish character, were
reported ready to emigrate. An
additional factor in this decision
was reported to be the increasing
penetration by Moslems into all
administrative offices and
i article the United Nations compared with,,
wUTpears FiAmS*. U Middle East Arab countries gerUn trade and industry,
under the title, -Jewish Rights in and that there were -0.000.000:
uate School.
His inability to arrive at no
more than an educated estimate
of the number of Jwv in Ruman-
ia was cited by Rabbi Rosen as
proof of the protection given i"he
Jews in his country now by the
Rumanian Government. He ex-
plained that no official document
whatever is permitted to indicate
any citizen's ethnic origin or re-
ligious affiliation.
1 traces of this tendency among some
of the people But education on
Palestine."
The article was answered in
the same issue by Dr. Solomon
Zeitlin, professor of rabbinical
literature at Dro||sie College,
who said the new Toynbee article
did "not conform to scholarly
standards either in form or sub-
stance. It bears no documenta-
tion; none of the allegations is
based on primary sources, and it
is marred by numerous historical
inaccuracies of an elementary
character."
, Arab voices in the world as against
2.000.000 Hebrew-speaking people.
The second factor was that there
Continued on Page 6-A
Many Algerian Jews, alter re-
ceiving threats from Moslems,
have responded by packing up and
departing after selling their homes
and shops to the Moslems.
Leningrad Leader Denies
Espionage Charge in Court
PARIS-(JTA.-Gedal.a Pechersky, the Leningrad lay Jewish
??&tKr,s^|K^^ r i"'wmaiio"reach,ng"",h,s
Continued on Page 3-A week" ________________---------
Continued on Paoe 2 A
'Blanket of Silence' Seen in Soviet
NEW YORK (JTA) Sen.
Jacob K. Javits. New York Repub-
lican, declared this week on his
enrol- return from Russia that, "a blanket
.'mount of ma'.zot con-! of si.ence has fallen.on the entire
The Jewish populahon estimate
i- based, he said, on synagogue at-
tendance,
ment; fhe amount oi mi** \ Soviet
sumed annually, and the records of Jewish commumtv of the
Jewish burial and cemetery soci- Union,
eties The Senator spent nine days in
"On the official level." he stated. Russia '" ^^^/^ Z-
"I can say categorically that anti- sibil.ty J^^funUed
Semitism no longer exists in Ru- tv.een h .
cution of Jewish religious leaders
in Moscow and Leningrad.
"Aside from what I could ana-
lyze, it was very difficult to get
much information. However,
there is no inhibition on actual
attendance or worship" at syna-
gogues "but a veil of silence
falls when there are any inquir-
ies about arrests or reasons for
arrests."
He said he felt that "the purpose
Mr. Pechersky was shown photo-
graphs at the trial in which he was
pictured conversing with members
of the I.-rael Embassy Testifying
in his own defense, he said that
the photographs were taken at a
e warning formal reception which he attended
,> onl urtu in his capacity as Jewish communi-
ty representative with knowledge
oi Sovie! authorities. He insisted
he was a loyal citizen and that he
violated any law.
of the crackdown on Jewish reli-.of anti-Semitism."
gious leaders is
that the Soviet
not tolerate any emigration of Jews
to Israel or any agitation to that
purpose, which is symptomatic Of had not
a closed and anti-religious society '
The Senator also expressed the
belief that "it is very important,
for world opinion to express its]
disapproval of the manifestations
of the closed nature of Soviet so-
. The Soviet Union is very
sensitive to anything that smacks
The prosecutor then asked him
if he was a Zionist. To this he
replied that he did not belong to
any party or organization, but
that as an Orthodox Jew it was
mandatory for him, in accord-
ance with Jewish custom
Continued on PageS-A


Page 2-A
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Friday, December 8, 13G1
Rumania lews are Free, Rabbi Say*
Continued fron Page 1-A
the present government in the di-
rection of bringing the people out;
anti-Semitic past "
i ior to World War II. he said.
there were about 800.cu) .lews in
about v:r~'-' re annihflal-
Rumanian Fascist- and Ger-
ntan Nazis The Jews in trie coun-
fure, their own theatres perform-
ing in Yiddish. He cited as an
example the fact that the drama,
"T h e Diary of Anne Frank,"
translated into Yiddish, has now
rwn for 300 performances in
Bucharest.
Raool himself eons a
m mthlj religious newspaper, with
a circulation ol 5,000 copies, print-
o( leading Jewish religious leaders
in Leningrad and ftgoscow,
!;. sen said he had not seen
reports until he ajJtived
Sundaj
Hebrew and Yid-
[rv | reported, have their ed in Rumanian,
own r | ration ol Jewish Reli- dish, News ol Interesl to Jews
- There are about from all over the work!, he potntcl
g ies ::; about 100 Jewish out in a copy of his newspaper, is
Prjzeeds for Veterans
Members of the Han;. |e,
Auxiliary, Jewish War \
hold a luncheon at l Fjr>
r< bleau bote! on Tues
ce i= will be use t for >
he cqunti icha- printed in the paper, including it- tation of veterans in th
Rep. James Roosevelt headed the program at Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital dinner to help raise funds for completion of the
upper three floors. Judge Sam I. Silver was chairman of the
gala event.
Roosevelt Lists U.S. Health Needs
Hep. .lames Roosevelt ID.-Calii
stressed the need for "new c M-
cepts in medical car." and put "a
broad program of health insurance
under the Social Security system"
at the top ot the list o: urgent U.S.
needs today.
Speaking at a benefit dinner for
the new Cedars of Lebanon Hos
pital last Wednesday, he empha- cedars board chairman. S;a:i!
sized these points:
"We must ?rv to ovsrc?"*? the
cosrly time iag between res*jeh
and '.he aaplicarion of ressarch "
the congressman said, empha-
sizing the high expense of med-
ical care.
Judge Sam I. Silver introduced
the noted California Democrat.
The United States has drop-
ped to 10th place in the preven-
tion of infant mortality.
Cancer deaths that could be
prevented number 40.000 a year in
the United States, and deaths from
rheumatic heart diseases. 20.000
a year.
Although the Salk anti-polio "
vaccine is in its seventh year,
there are still 80 million people
in the I'nited States who have not
had the recommended four shots.
Tuberculosis, a disease ger.
crally considered under control.
hits 60.000 new victims in this
country each year.
To keep medical care at pres-
ent levels, the number ot doctors
will have to be doubled In the next
10 years.
Myers, told the audience that the
newest community hospital had
gone past the hall-way mark in its
levelopment fund program, with
some S2.000.000 still to be raised
for completion of the top three
fkors ot the structure.
Honorary cha'rman of the din-
ner was Col. Nathan Rood, and
Mrs Sidney Lew:.- was chairman
the women's committee.
'Chug Ivri' to Meet
Next meeting )f "Chug Irvi."
Hebrew discussion group of North
Miami Beach, will be held at Tem-
ple Ner Tamid on Tuesday even-
ing. A question and answer period
will follow a talk or. "Life in Is-
rael" by Jacob SpUlman, and Mar-
tin I Taub"s presentation of "Is-
rael's Economy "
has 4.' synagogues.
\n the Great Synagogue of
Bucharest, where Dr. Rosen offi-
" ciates, the attendance at the
weekly Sabbath service on Fri-
c'ay nights runs between 800 and
1,000 worshippers, he said.
There are Talmud Torahs in all
>h communities, he added. 10
if them, i.i Bucharest. Talmud
Tcrah tuition is free There is a
yeshiva at Arad, headed by a well-
known scholar, Rabbi Shimon Mil-
Not only rabbis but ritual
rers are trained there. Dr.;
: said
Rumanian Jewry, he stated, is
supplied with all its religious
. having a sufficient number,
of prayer shawls, prayer books.
Bibles and other Holy works. Five
years ago, he said, the Rumanian
Jews received from Switzerland
2'J.000 prayer books and Bibles.
From Israel, the Jews Peceive!
every year etrogim and lulavim j
needed for Sukkoth holidays. A fac-
tory at Klausenberg bakes 800.000
pounds of matzot each year. The
Government has set aside special
vineyards for grapes used tor kosh-
er wines. There are special state!
stores handling only meats that
are kosher.
Jewish ecclesiastical officials,
from rabbis and kosher slaught-
erers to teachers, receive Gov-
ernment salaries plus subsidies
paid from the Jewish religious
community's income, the Chief
Rabbi said. Culturally, the Jew-
ish people have their own litera-
cms from the Jewish Telegraphic
ncy \-k;'ii whether he had
printed any of the recent reports
about the arrest and imprisonment
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To Consecrate Community House
Jack A Cantor, honorary vice
Of the Temple. ;inrl 1 I
dore Hecht. vice president ol 'he
Temple and business and philan-
thropic leaders of Miami and Mi-
ami B iach, are serving as co-chair-
oi the Living Menu,rial D
opmenl Fund. John Serbin, w I
philanthropic leader an I
honorary president of the Temple,
. a mi tnber of this committee
Jack Wagner, a member of the
Board of Directors, head.- up C
il the Campaign knov n i;
:: lil lers' Committee," which
its Ol the following member-:
tan \rkin, Dr. William Bern-
stem, .lack M. Fink. Alvin Lowe,
Kaplan. Tom Kravit/.,
Philip Schlissel, Joseph :
Dr. Leo Levin and Seymour
Silverman.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will con-
I leremonies
sembly Hall, with seating for 350; "
a board and auxiliary room for Beech Attorney to Speak
Jewish Scholar Doubts Toynhee Expertise 3SK?s:bk ifsr&ni
* the Rabbi's Study and offices for Tues ung al a Beth David
.. .. u the general administration staff. Young Adults meeting at Beth Da\
Honed by personal bias which may ""JgJ ^J^ ,s ,hl> arch,c. H ler will dis<..... his re
make them attractive as arl bilt [or the New Community House trip to Israel on the United Jewish
they are dangerously misleading." Building ____ 'Appeal young leadership mis
Cora! Way Jewish Center has inaugurated a
Student Council program in the Sunday
school. Elected as representatives to the Coun-
il were front row (left to right) Alan Levtne,
wyr. Solomon, Janis King, Debbie Puttei-
man, Marilyn Kaufman, Jeffrey Ncdel, Jerry
r.e. Second row are Louis Fogel, Steven
[ allack, Jeff fiirschbergef, Robert Krcnz, Ted
Zellman, Karen Williams, secretary, Alan
Gruber, president, Larry Pepper, treasurer,
Jean Neuman, Harold Bluestein, Bill Kaufman,
Sheldon Koningsberg. Third row are Jeromo
Schulman, teacher advisor, Rabbi Samuel
April, and Kenneth M. Feldman, director of
Sunday school.
The final hours of (lianuka. the
Festival of Rededication, will also
mark the consecration ot the
ground for the new Temple Beth
Sholom Community House on Sun-
day, according to an announcement
by James M. Albert, Temple pre.-,
dent.
The ceremony will take place at
noon, immediately following a spe-
cial Chanuka pageant and celebra-
tion by the children ol the Belli
Sholom school.
Louis I-'. Snetman, campaign
chairman, said that construction
has already begun for the New
Community House, which will in-
clude: a library of 5.000 volumes
ranging from historic Judaica to
juvenile works for religious school
Students; an audio-visual material
(inter complete with motion pic-
tures, records, film strips and ad-
vanced equipment': a religious A-
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~ "human r 2b > their homes
! pr< perty override all other
its b cases where claims con-
it.'" He conceded that Jews, as
he only surviving representative
prc-Arab inhabitants of Pal-
: ave a "further claim" but
. in so far as it can be imple-.
ented without injure to the rights
l legitimate interests of the na-
\rah population."
Dr. Zeitlin documented bis re-
from basic Christian. Moslem,
ish. Roman and Arabic sourc-
Palmer
I Memorials
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Jewish
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Scheduled Unveilings
SUKDAY, DEC. 10, 1961

Mt. Nebo Cemetery
DR. MAURICE ROSE, 11 a.m.
Rabbi frvins Lehman
"May Their Soull Remote
in Eternal Pence'"
PALMER'S
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
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e.s. He noted that Christians have
restricted their claim of holiness
in Palestine only "to the places ol
Jesus' birth and burial The .Mo-
hammedans hardly mention Pal-
estine in their sacred book, the
Koran, which focuses on Mecca
lie emphasized that only the Jews
have through the ages regarded
Palestine "as the center ot their
religion."
Discussing Jewish historical
claims, Prof. Zeitlin noted that the
Jewish people have never left Pal-
estine totally, were recognized by
'.he Roman conquerors as rightful
citizens, maintained recognition of
their rights under Turkish rule
and regained full recognition in
the 1917 Balfour Declaration, then
under the British Mandate, and
finally under the 194S United Na
| tions recommendation.
Prof. Toynbee argued that the
UN had no jurisdiction to parti-
tion Palestine, which he called
an act of "interference" in Pales-
tine's "internal affairs." Dr.
Zeitlin, in response, traced the
history of the period from the
Balfour Declaration to the UN
recommendation to prove that
the UN c"d have jurisdiction. Dr.
Zeitiin cited this Toynbee argu-
ment as evidence that the Bri-
tish historian's "animus toward
Israel leads him from illogical
positions to absurdity."
Dr. Zeitlin expressed skepticism
Shout Dr. foyubee's insistence he
v..is not anti-Semitic commenting
that "he certainly has a distaste
for Hebrew and he has no interest
in Hebrew literature.- He quoted
Dr. Toynbee as admitting he was
-ignorant of the rabbinical Jewish
literature and of the Jewish philo-
sophy that flourished in an early
Islamic and a medieval Western
cultural environment, '"two areas
in which Dr. Toynbee has the repu-
tation of being an expert."
Dr Zeitlin concluded that Dr.
Toyn'bee's writings were "condi-
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Volume 34 Number 49
Friday, December 8, 1961
1 Tebet 5722
Appeal to President
A great moment in history is
in the offing. The court that tried
him resumes its session Monday
to read the verdict in the case of
Adolf E i c h m a n n vs. the con-
science of humankind.
Before the opinion has been
tead, Robert Servatius, the de-
fense attorney, already announ-
ced this week that he will appeal
on the basis of the Israel court's
incompetency. The defendant,
himself, was at the same time
quoted as believing that he will
not live to his 57th birthday. He
is now 56.
Dr. Servatius says Eichmann
bases his belief on the prophetic
abilities of a gypsy, who foretold
this end. It is strange that an-
other Adolf in the form of an-
other madman, Adolf Hitler, fash-
ioned his own political destiny in
the image of an astrologer's
warning against invading Eng-
land.
Had Hitler heeded his military
advisers instead, the course of
modern history might well, and
sadly, have turned otherwise. We
do not mean to imply Eichmann
is wrong. It will be up to the court to render
the decision. But even the court, as Dr. Serva-
tius declared this week, will not have the final
say.
He plans to appeal all the way to Pres-
ident Ben-Zvi. His ground? Clemency. To
quote from a great oratorio by George Fred-
eric Handel: "And the children of Israel sigh-
ed." (Exod. 2:23).

/ERpiCT?
( mwim Jtews
TWejEKHmtH wwcz
Achievement of an End
A man and an idea will be honored at a
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital tribute next week.
The man is the late Abe Aronovitz, former
Mayor of Miami. The idea is a goal: the mas-
sive dedication to the eradication of heart
disease.
Both are memorialized in the Abe Aron-
ovitz Heart Pavilion at Cedars, which will con-
stitute the fourth floor of this city's newest hos-
pital facility when it is completed.
The name of Abe Aronovitz is synony-
mous with the qrowth and development of
Greater Miami. During his lifetime, his devoted
contributions to the area's political, civic, and
cultural alfairs helped bring Miami out of its
swaddling clothes into the era of its maturing
destiny.
Mr. Aronovitz had many political foes;
most men in their fight for right have such foes.
His capacity for victory inevitably saw his
ideas triumph. One major battle Mr. Aron-
ovitz lost was his contest against the physical
ailment that felled him.
Heart disease is a principal enemy of
ours. In his continuing determination to erad-
icate what was wrong in the social order of
which he was a part, we believe Mr. Aronovitz
would have identified himself with the forces
determined to liquidate so formidable an
enemy as heart disease.
It is the measure of the man that, even in
death, he will be achieving this end in the
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Abe Aronovitz
Heart Pavilion.
continues in the form of upbuilding of the land.
Modern Zionism, itself, is hardly more
than a half century old. But the land of Israel
has lain fallow through 2,000 years of Jewish
dispersion.
In this regard, transforming the land to
verdancy and fruitfulness is a long and up-
hill task. The Jewish National Fund is dedi-
cated to this task; indeed, the Jewish National
Fund has been dedicated to it since the early
days of Aliyah. The JNF's blue-and-white
"pushke," and the lapel boutonniere as a sym-
bol of giving, are a part of most every Jewish
memory today.
These performed yeoman service in the
pioneering years. These, in many instances,
were the sole signs of a Jewish homeland in
Palestine still to be born.
The Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami is part of this organization and
this past. The 15th annual dinner here Sun-
day proves the Council's durability in the face
of Israel's continuing land reclamation need.
Durability of the JNF
The Jewish National Fund will hold its 15th
annual banquet Sunday evening at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. Gov. George Leader, of
Pennsylvania, is expected to bring a message
of importance to guests at the function.
With the State of Israel in its Bar Mitzvah
year of existence, one of her major problems
Saying the Same Thing
Zionist leaders throughout the world have
honored Louis Lipsky on the occasion of his
85th birthday and Dr. Emanuel Neumann's 50
years of service to the cause of Zionism.
It is interesting that the function for Dr.
Neumann became the ground for the charge
that chaos has seized Jewish communal life in
America.
The luncheon in honor of Mr. Lipsky also
saw the development of a devastating if mildly-
worded rebuke. The difference between the
two was simply that Mr. Lipsky is 85.
In remarking on his self-retirement from
Zionist endeavor during the past decade, and
since the emergence of the State of Israel,
Lipsky commented that it is never good to fight
to the bitter end. For all ends, he declared, are
necessarily bitter.
This is not so at all, and no one knows it
better than Mr. Lipsky himself. But to sharpen
his point about bitter ends he added that the
luncheon table around him "is an animated
picture of the value of this belief."
Clearly, Mr. Lipsky meant more than the
purpose of Zionism after Israel. He meant his
own role in Zionism, and he meant Zionism in
America today. In another part of New York,
at another testimonial. Dr. Neumann was, in
fact, saying the same thinq. For if Zionism has
any function at all in our time, it is precisely
to cope with the chaos that has seized us.
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN

FY ESTEEM has sadly de-
dined among members of
the community critics corps
Tirmie was when I could rate
my- self its honorary j| n >t ac-
tivas president. This group
looks at just about everything
through the most indes
ably jaundiced eyes In retro-
spect, it seems to me that [
have mellowed over the yean
But the

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community critics
corps takes violent exception to "mellow" as a proper descriptive
term for my evolving viewpoint. Ycu must understand that these
are no peace corpsmen. As they see it. I have merely de
from the critical elite to the unspeakable ranks of whining complainer
The aristocracy from which I have slipped can slice a man in
a neat riposte without his knowing he has been wounded. Bj
parison. the complainer is gross ;u\<\ unsophisticated. He is -mply
the sort who can not. or will not. be satisfied. But his criticism
sorrowfully, is less artful than noisy. In addition, his mor<
mental sin is the pettiness of his complaints.
Well, that's not exactly accurate either. It is not his con
that arc petty; it i> what he complains about that the e<
s corps holds to be insignificant and unworthy of the
dedicated talents of a properly critical corpmsman.
In self-defense, I can merely arguo'thvat I really don't ki i
is significant any longer. My father used to elaborate on thi
discussions of the students in the "Bes Medresh," who
would lurn from their Talmudic "pilpul" to examine a |
- ibtle military maneuver the Russian Czar's armj shou d
ite on the occasion ol its next engagemei
forces dt Imperial Japan.
: -:
TXl PROFOUND WISDOM OF POLITICS
llf'TH a stabbing forefinger, my fatjber would describe
" graphical limits of a battlefield in the palm ol his
adopting the voice and demeanor of the students he burlesqi
the Czar's nun should move here." he would say, tracing a
line. "Then, as a countermeasure, the Japanese will mi i
the tactician in him predicted, sing song, in the style of one imn I
in reading Hebrew commentary, his finge*T this time drawn .
circle.
"And that's all." my father would end, his hand, before a flat
battlefield, now closed into a fist imprisoning the forefinger, to prove
the ruin of the Japanese army irrevocably and forever. The Bes
Medresh" students, perfectly at ease in the logic of their military
maneuvering, and assured that they had momentarily relaxed by
solving a problem not less significant even if more modern than
those in the yellowing pages before thcin. would return refreshed to
their scholarly chores.
It might be wise here to recall the real outcome of the R ISSO
Japanese conflict of 1905. The Czar lost But the issue was
case an important one: politics always are. Indeed, to appea
found, it is a continually wise practice to discuss politics. I believe
that even the elite community critics corps would ague with this.
01 would they'
Would they, for example, consider that a drayd'l is a
properly deep enough for the likes of a critics corpsman? I
out of hand the popular spelling of "dreidtel" as a confused com
to transliterated Polish-style Yiddish.)
-:- : ...
THE POLITICAL NATURE Of THE DRAYD'L
QNCE MORE AT the risk of being called a complainer. I hei
^ set down my objection to the modern day drayd'l. In I
childhood, a drayd'l was what its name implies a small object
can spin. Made of lead, and most mane lously weighted, we could set
them whirling with a whine on their tips or end-up. The more talented
among us had two or even three spinning at once. The most talented
launched them in the air and watched them, well before the
age. fall into orbit, so to speak, to cont inue spinning on a table 9f
the ground. Come Chanuka. we really played draydlach.
The drayd'l today is a plastic monstrosity, colorful, but without
cunning. Twirl it. let it loose, and you ob> serve a lumbering graceless
mass roll crazily with a clatter on its side. Is this not an insult to
the ritual of Chanuka?
Assuming that you agree, you also may well argue: How ; the
ridiculous drayd'l of today a political issue, that is. one worthy of a
community critics corpsman's attention".' You caused it to spring,
fullblown, from the Russo-Japanese War as an example ol a w<
problem. But this does not. in itself, your argument may conti
make the drayd'l either political or weighty.
Of course, and this is my main complaint: that the '
drayd'l has no weight worthy of mention. And as a matter o
the drayd'l is, sadly, all too political.
THE STRANGEST KIND Of CHANUKA
I HAVE NEVER seen such a Chanuka as the Chanuka n
celebrate today. There are Chanuka greeting cards, and Mei rah
displays with gifts stacked so high that the candle- flicker fo
of air. and pageants in the public school, and presents each night of
the eight days, and crepe paper decorations, and gold Mogen Dovid
mobile^ fashioned more like Stars of Beth lehem.
The greeting cards are in the innocuous and. for Jews, meaning-
less tradition of the Christmas season. The Menorah display- with
the gifts make me want to burst forth in a hemisemidemiquaver of
"O Tanenbaum." The pageants in public school, all designed in the
interfaith spirit, are meant to counterbalance the emotional 'I
to our children wrought by nativity scenes. The nightly presents
are intended to outdo the Christmas ho liday. itself, which bears ab
solutly no historic or religious relation ship to Chanuka except the
accident of near-simultaneous occurrence. The decoration- spe*
for themselves.
Where are Mattathias and Judah (" "Who is like Unto Thee in the
universe. O Lord?") and Antiochus in ;i II their allegorical n,.
They are gone banished in the nam? of strengthening the young
against the psychic blow delivered by time Jewish bar to participation
in Christmas. in fact. Chanuka today- has emerged as a sort
adult Jewish compensation: it ameliorates the guilt many Jews feel
for imposing such deprivations on their children.
All of this, traceable to the suburb, an need for universal identi-
fication with mass mediocrity and mass mores, is doubtlesslj P'
ical. Many sociological Jews must surely agree. Hence the pls^c
drayd'l. And may my erstwhile compatriots on the communw
critics corps make the most of it even, if whining complaint in tbeir
eyes it be.


Fridayi December 8. 1961
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Goldmann Describes U.S. Jewish Life as 'Chaotic'
Continued from Page 1-A
,, the presentation of the Hcrzl
Award.
r>. C-a'dmann also said that
"i dangerous bureaucratiiation"
txicted in American Jewish life.
He described this situation at
"MM of the greatest weaknesses
of American Jewry," adding that
"it is the only Jewish communi-
ty in the world lacking a repre-
sentative body which does not
mean the rule of majority over
dissenting minorities but would
at least bring about coordination,
reasonable discussion of its vital
problems and do away with the
anarchy as it exists today."
Dr. Golmann made his chargi s
in setting forth the major prob-
! loms lacing world Jewry, particu-
larly American Jewry, in strength-
ening the tics with the State of Is-
' 1 acl and the iurtherancc ol Jewish
! education as "the main condition
l lor Jewish survival."
Ail Ends are Bitter, Says Louis Lipsky, 85
NEW YORK (JTA) Louis
I pjhy, \eteran Zionist leader, was
red this week by top leaders
, American Zionist movement
luncheon marking his 85th
Ihday. He was the recipient of
i rous messages from leading
.1, .,..>-. personalities, including Is-
President Ben-Zvi and Prime
- jter David Ben-Gunon.
Natural Goldmann. president
World Zionist Organization.
tendered the luncheon in non-
Mr. Lipsky, emphasized the
,: portant role which he played in
ing up the Zionist movement
i: the United States. He called
| ., symbol of Zionist continui-
Ambassador Michael Comay,
read of the Israel delegation to
the United Nations, greeted Mr.
Lipsky on behalf of the Israel
Government and the people of Is-
rael. Premier Ben-Gurion laud-
td Mr. Lipsky's devotion to the
lionist cause and the effective
icle he played in keeping Ameri-
can Jewry alert to the fight for
the establishment of a Jewish
National Home in Palestine be-
tere the creation of Israel.
Lipsky, replying to the tnb-
declared: "I started in the
-. movement with its be^in
( .- 11 the I'nited States, and 1
1 had ended, when an-
cement came of the creation
o( the Jewish S'.ate. Since then. 1
have hovered on the outskirts of af-
fairs, enjoying the comings and
goings of those who are observing
the splendor of its growth 1 never
believed in fighting to the bitter
end because the end of every fight
is bitter This luncheon table is
an animated picture of the value <>1
this belief."
Premier Ben-Gunon dcciarccl in
his message: "Your vigor and
freshness ol soul a: 85 is >oir.enow
symbolic ol the vitality of our peo-
ple. The richness of your distin-
guished life as a leading writer,
thinker and orator, has had a pow-
erful impact on the form and pat-
tern of the largest center ol Jewry
in the world today, which has been
one of the prime builders of the
Ve-huv and the State."
Dr. Goldmann paid tribute t<>
Dr. Neumann whom he described
as "one ol '.he mosl devoted and
consistent Zionist leaders who. for
decades, has grea'Vy influenced
Zionism in America in all its as-
pects an.; has played an important
role in world Zionism."
Dr. Neumann was aiso tauded by
Israel Premier David Ben-Gunon.
who said in a cable from Jerusa-
| lem: "There is no need to recount
; the valuable work you have done
in many fields ol Jewish life. It
- known to us and appreciated. I
esteem your true Zionist qualities
; nd hope that you will be blessed
wi h many years of fruitful contin-
uation of this work. The presenta-
tion of the Theodor Hcrzl Gold
Medal Award is seen by your
friends not only as a recognition
ol the past but as a landmark
pointing to the future."'
Dr. Neumann warned against
the perils facing the Middle East
as a result of the attempts by
Arab states in the United Nations
to -mpose an unjust solution for
the Arab refugee problem. He
emphasized that in the 14 years
since the adoption of the UN reso-
| lution "Israel has brilliantly vin-
dicated the hopes of its founders.
It has given home and sanctuary
to a million refugees and molded
them into a flourishing free so-
ciety with a strong, stable, demo-
cratic government."
Messages of tribute'to-Dr. Neu-
mann were received at the dinner
Irom Jewish leaders in this coun-
try, including Dr Abba Ilillcl Sil-
ver; Irving Kane, president of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds; Joseph Meyerhoff,
general chairman of the i'nited
Jewish Appeal: Abraham r'einberg,
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization; Mrs. Siegfried Kramar-
sky, president of Hadassah, and
others.
Cables were also received Irom
numerous personalities in Israel
and Irom the General Zionist or-
ganizations in Chile. Australia,
. Uruguay, Ecuador, Peru, Argen-
tina, Bolivia. Mexico. France. Eng-
land and many other countries
hadifhnai Dinner Friday
aid S. Hose, president of Tem-
nanu-El Perfect Circle, the
_:)! ion's organization for
married couples, this week
ed that the group will celc-
i Chanuka a! a traditional din
he Temple on Friday even
IS p.m., in Sirkin Hall.
Irving Lehrman will speak
Lite Friday evening services will
iti the sanctuary.
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Israel Can't Better
Ties With Reds ~ B-G
Continued from P*ge I A
; 3 OOOOO .! B
he S iet a Uk i "- want-
i iimifutT torfully, r -
t .hich Israi s ier.
He hailed Nehru as >ader
who had succeeded in eslatlish-
ing a Into democracy in India
but he questioned his qvolrflCO*
tior.s as a "neutralist.'' He sa;d
that word could not be genuinely
applied to Nehru. He con-pared
the Indian leader in that respect
with Tito of Yugoslav:* who
creeted President BervZvi on his
birthday and who maintains re-
lations with Israel. He said
Nehru does not maintain such
relations, in spite of his de faco
recognition of Israel. The Prime
Minister added rhat Nehru claim-
ed neutrality while India rrtairv
ta'ited membership in the Brit-
ish Commonwealth.
Mr Ben-Guriorj stressed H his
\.-.: this month to Burma meant
a renev al of per-
] ~ier U Nu and former Fre-
So Win. whom he d.-cribed
: : "t friend* of Ira i-.: a report on :he mee:.r.- when
I returned ne >aid re
ard to meetii <-..:. n tne
' bto had al-
: Israel.
In reply to a question a-' I i-
: relation) with C< mi nisi
' ina, he -aid that I-rael bad rec-
ognized the Peipin? regime but
t-.a- Red f'hina did not appear to
I 'aser to reciprocate H
pressed the hope that, consi ering
good relations between Burma
Red China, his \isit to Burma
". promote rapprochement be-
Iween I-raei and Red China.
ri- reply to a question about
" Africa, he -aid that Israel's
attil was motivated by three
One 'a- it- belief !" self-
( rmmation for all people- The
i d \>.a- Diaspora Jewrj
i rung that Israel shouid not
;..< an example to anti-Semites
< erywhere that a discriminatory
policy tOtt ard Jews was by infer-
acceptable. The thi-rl was the
ties with the neu countries of Asia
and Africa. He >aid there might
be some "disappoir.tmer.is" in
those continents but that there was
not another country which enjoyed
such tremendous prest.ie in the
new A:ro-A.-:3n count did
Israel
He tc!d another questioner
there was no justification for a
negative attitude toward the late
Dsg Harr.marskjold who, he
said, had been just and reason-
able. "We had bitter discussions,
and there were times when I
persuaded him, and he admitted
this," the Prime Minister dis-
closed. "There were times when
he ws net persuaded, but this
cannot be taken as a negative
attitude towards Israel. He was
a most able man."
The best of the eight govern-
ments he has headed, he said in
reply to a question. v.as "the one
I did not manage to establish.*' a
,-overnment on the same pattern
as the caretaker government
which included all he considered
to be constructive factors in build-
ing up Israel.
He also discussed, in reply to a
question, a substitute through Is-
rael for the Suez Canal. He called
this "the old plan" to utilize the
difference in altitude between the
Mediterranean and the Red Sea
a canal that could be used also stage star. Michael Gibson. Carol
Seated (left to right) are Jacob Schachter,
Abraham Fraidlin, Beryl Morrison, vice chair-
man, Moshe Berman, executive director, Jos-
eph Zuckerman, chairman, Dr. Isaac Unter-
man. secretary. Standing 'left to right: are
Max B. Astor, Al Silverstein, Mrs. Rebecca
Islon, Simon Tetenbaum, Mrs. Miriam Hcl-
perin. treasurer, Louis Mann, Menashe Fold-
stein, Sam Jackson, David Freecman. Solo-
mon Parness, Dr. Nathaniel Sore". Be.. ;j;n
Ta'.madge, Joshua Stadlcn end Dr. Simon
Wilensky are not pictured. They ere picturing
Dec. 16 meeting in honor ci Kupal Hours here.
Editor to Speak
At Kupat Holim
Celebration Here
Farband Branches of Greater Mi-
ami and Poale Zion will hold a
special celebration in honor of Ku-
pat Holim on Saturday evening.
Dec. 16, at the Barcelona hotel.
The program will feature, as en-
tertainment, the noted Yiddish
for power production. T do not
think it can be materialized now.
but if the Negev is inhabited then
navigation on the Red Sea will be
as important as in the Mediter-
ranean and we hope to safeguard
free navigation in this sea.'" he
-aid However. I am not sure- we
will not have to fight over it."'
Don. coloratura soprano; and Es-
ther Barrett, pianist.
Leo Mindlin, executive editor of
The Jewish Floridian, will be guest
speaker1
Anshe Ernes Sets
Two Celebrations
Congregation Anshe Ernes will
hold a double celebration Sunday
evening at the synagogue. 2533 SW
19th ave.. Miami.
The congregation will dedicate
the synagogue's newly-rebuilt quar- Zionist movement, will mark Kupat
Kupat Hohm is the medical arm jj the organizational meeting of the Men's Auxiliary of the
of Histadrut. The organization cur- Sho*e Unit of the Cancer Institute are (seated left to right Mrs,
David Klinger, Mrs. Milton Blum, president ci the Shore Ui it
and Mrs. Irving Firtel. Standing (left to right] are r.
elected officers of the Men's Auxiliary, Dr. Henry Blurr. pres-
ident; Sidney Raffel, treasurer; and Henry Gewitz, vice Pres-
ident.
rcntly embraces a network of 18
al- in Israel. These are fully-
staffed and equipped for major
surgery, and contain some 2.800
beds. 1.800 ambulances. 850 mobile
units to serve border settlements
ol pioneers and new immigrants.
tuberculoMs centers, convalescent
homes, and maternity wards.
The Dec 16 event here, under
the sponsorship of the local Labor
Cancer Unit Sets Men's Auxiliary
Past Presidents
To be Honored
Past presidents of the Temple
F.manu-El Brotherhood will h-
< al a dinner on Wedm
( i ning in Sirkin Hall.
Presiding at th I will
li Hylan Kout, currenl pre-ident.
will be extended by Jo-
M. Upton, nt of the
' .....ition, and Dr. Irving Lehr-
man
To be leted are Judge Ir
< ypen, Jules p Channin
I rg, Dr Herman R. Mec Jo-
v itz, and Joseph Abel
ters Also -cheduled i- installation
of Brotherhood and Sisterhood of-
ficers
New officers of the Brotherhood
are Rubin Yusko. president; Jo-
seph Abram-on, vice president;
Morris Feldman. second vice pres-
ident; Irving Sacks, treasurer;
Max Sussman, corresponding sec
retary; and Joseph Picus. financial
secretary.
For Sisterhood: Mesdames Har-
ry Noodleman. president; Max Hol-
linger, vice president; Joseph
Mills, second vice president; Mey-
er Shapiro, treasurer; Max Suss-
man, financial secretary; Morris
S j. recording secretary; Janet-
ta Roden, corresponding secretary.
Rabbi Samuel April, spiritual
lleader Of Coral Way Jewish Cen-
.-. ill be guest speaker and in-
-taiiing olficer.
Holim's 50th anniversary of or-
ganization and operation in Israel.
Students to Celebrate
Under the leadership of Mrs.
Milton R. Blum, president, t h e
Shore Unit of Panamcolaou Can-
cer Research Institute at Miami
has organized a Men's Auxiliary
Purpo-e of the Auxiliary v ill be
in the field of early detection of
cancer in men.
The organization will meet a
minimum <>f twice a year and spon-
Student- attending Temple
Emanu-El's religious school classes
at the 17th st. and Washington ave. soi at least one annual fund-rai>ing Only."
'. classroom building will participate project tor the benefit of the Pa- ed the institute at the
Dr. Henry Blum, preside
r> Gewitz, vic presi lent
Firtel. secretary Sidney .::
treasurer; and David Kim.
of special projects
First genera! membership
ii g of the organization was *<
day evening ;.; Southgate >
urn. Special lea1.1.' was in
can Cancer Societ; film,
Leo Ackerman r
in a special Chanuka assembly this
Sunday morning Youngster; who
attend classes at the cons.-
lion's North Branch building cele-
brated the holiday last Sunday.
Junior Choir, under the direction
of Florence Goldnng. will perform.
>anicolaou Cancer Research In-ti
tute at Miami.
At the founding meeting of the
Men's Auxiliary held at the home
of Col. and Mrs Milton R. Blum
op Nov 21, the following officers
were elected.
Hostessing foi the eveninj
tl e Shore Unit
Irving Firtel
Kantcr, Jacol Leoi
Rosen. Maur Jason
nan. Paul A Da\ I Kline-
er and FIor< i
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/or '62!
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CAUGHT
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Acad. Students
To Meet Sunday
The 320-student body of the He
Academy, ranging from kin-
dergarten through ninth grade, will
a father-and-child brunch in
the assembly hall of the new build-
ing on Sunday at 10 a.m.
Each grade will participate in
a special Chanuka presentation en-
d "The Menorah of the Ages."'
directed by Mrs. Jack Donnerstag.
Lee Rosenhouse. president of the
student body, said that a candle-
ng ceremony will be staged
by the students, accompanied by
[heir teachers. A traditional latke
party and Chanuka games will fol-
low.
Shereen Dearr. vice president of
the school, is chairman of arrange-
ments She said that special pri-
zes will be given to classes having
100 percent attendance of fathers
\ and students.
Greetings will be extended by
Mrs. Mildred Dearr. president of
: the PTA. and Leonard Rosen, chair- j
j man of the Hebrew Academy board
I of directors.
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Friday, December 8, 1961
* knisff fkridism
Refugee Debate Shows
Dead on Relief Rolls
Continued from Page 1-A
Tannous. who. for manj
... v represented the Arab Refu-
ifice before this committee.
Comay en behalf of Israel,
told the committee that "who-
.er" appeared before the :,roup
c:i behaf of the refugees, s*ou :e directed to stick to the refu-
gee subject and not make politi-
cal speeches. Shukairy objected
1c limitation of the refugee
ipokesman. However, the vice
chairman's ruling remained in
effect.
Earlier in the session. Dr. John
i! Davis, director of the United
f a!ions Relief and Works Agency
! r Palestine Refugees, gave a re-
i to the committee which dealt
-; entirely with UNRWA's
work at special educational insti-
tutions for Arab refugee youth and
with the agency's budgetary prob-
In regard to the general situation
facing the refugees. Dr. Davis
noted that "during a period of 13
years, so little progress has been
i sde toward a solution.'" He point
i i ul that '"the major responsi-
i ity" tor a genera! solution of the
problem rests with the
l alestine Conciliation Commission
ra.herthan with UNRWA.
However, he reiterated at an-
i it r point in his speech, the con-
on he expressed in his annual
:t two months ago that "the
i ul most refugees continues to
ire of hardship, and their in-
lence on the implementation of
raph 11 of United Nations
I -.Union 194 continues un-
'
i clause to which Dr. Davis
d is in a 1948 Assembly
iution which is constantly be-
cited by the Arab delegations
hen when they insist that the refu-
be "repa riated" or compen-
sated by Israel, ignoring other al-
ternatives like resettlement or re-
integration of the refugees men-
tioned in the very same resolution.
At a press conference after the
committee meeting, Dr. Davis
conceded, fcr the first time in
UNRWA history, that between
90,000 and 100,000 refugees who
died are still onthe UNRWA ra-
tion rolls in Jordan alone. He
was asked whether he could
make an "educated estimate" as
to the number of unreported
deaths on his ^.^ency's relief
rolls, and he replied:
"1 don't actually know. There
is considerable inaccuracy. The
basic ration rolls are still the
same as they were when UNRWA
| started (in 1950). We have made
| made a constant effort to rectify
jthe roils and have met with only
I very limited success. There is
! among the refugees a reluctance
I to report deaths. In Jordan, the
UNRWA has refused to place new-
born children on the ration rolls
unless the deaths were reported
IAs a result, while 30.000 children
| were added to our register of refu-
i ?ee population, only 4.500 ol thes<
children were added to the ration
rolls.
"it is true that the host govern-
ments resist our efforts to rectify
the rolls. But it must be under
tood clearly that the refugees
themselves resist rectification by
hreatening strikes and riots. They
' simply co not have confidence in
is to deal iairly with them."
It was at this point that Dr.
Davis was pinned down to his esti;
! mate that, of Jordan's registered
figure of 591.439 Arab refugees,
the unreported deaths since 1950
totaled between 90,000 and 100.000.
Page 7-A
Pos!e Zkon
Meeting iVtandcy
Chaim (l. enberg
Miami, will ho d
.: next 11 ula i meel inj Monday
i i i ng at tin Parband Cultural
Comer. 842 Wasl ington ave.
Dr. Miner. Wilensky, president,
will conduct the business portion of
the meeting, and Bernard Purman,
cultural chairman, will introduce
guest speaker. [man Fain, attorney
l rominent in Labor Zionist affairs.
Servicemen Will
Mark Chanuka
Charles Charcowsky (left) hosted a dinner Sunday night in
honor of Mrs. Bertha Solomon, 20-year member of the South
African Parliament, at the Eden Roc hotel in behalf cf the
American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Mrs. Solomon made presentations of autographed books on
Jerusalem and the university to Samuel T. Sapiro. honorary Welfare Board, w i
president, and Jacob Rifkin (right), vice president of the South Chanuka luncheon I
Florida Division of the American Friends.
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Chapters and Lodges, under
the auspices of National Jewish
sponsor a
for Jewish ser-
vicemen and their families.
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Airways following a cruise to Nat
sau aboard the SS Jerusalem.
Mrs. Bertha Solomon, founder
and first president of the South
African Friends of the Hebrew
University, and a four term mem-
ber of the Parliament of the Union
of South Africa, was guest of honor
aboard the ship.
Among Hebrew University lend-
ers scheduled to make the trip
were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Char
eowsky, Dr. and Mrs. .1. A. Green
house. Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs.
Oida Rubin. Mrs Trudy Hamer-
schlag. and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Schwartz.
Mrs. Solomon spoke aboard ship
Tuesday afternoon at a meeting
oresided over by Surf side Mayor
Irving Schulman and Akiva Goffer.
Southeastern director of Zim Is-
rael Lines, which owns and oper-
ates the SS Jerusalem.
Earlier in the week. Mrs. Solo-
mon was guest at a series ol din-
ners hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Char
eowsky. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers, and Mrs. Harrj Sands.
She spoke at a reception hosier!
by the gifts and legacies commit-
tee of the South Florida Division |
of the American Friends Saturday i
night at which Mayor Kenneth
Oka. of Miami Beach, committee
chairman, presided.
Mrs. Solomon said wills and be-
quests already provide a major
share ol the income of the Friends
of the Hebrew University in the
United States. South Africa and
around the world. She said major
endowments are vital il the Israel
institution "is to meet the urgent
need to expand year after year, as
the country annually is easily in-
The function will he held Sunday
at the Non-Commissioned Officers
j C 1 u b at Homestead Air Force
I Base.
r'duates Program will include songstress
university gancira Goldstein, accordionist Jan
Barry Bush, and
Ziegler.
She will rest in Miami Beach at Also scheduled to appear are
the Fontainebleau hotel ever the comedy singer Bobby Rivkin and
weekend, and leave Sunday for a I;'P dancer Sally Marshall.
Hebrew University meeting in Co-chairmen are Mrs. Erwin B.
Philadelphia. Marshall and Charles Seavitch.
University Unit Off on Cruise
Leaders of the South Florida creasing its high scnool
Division of the American Friends ready and eager for
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Fridcy, December 3, 1961
TTT
Top
Talent
By MAX LERNER
Soviet Jewish
Leader Denies
Spying Charge
Continued from Page 1-A
throughout many generations, to
pray three times TJaiTy for the
restoration of Zion.
The trial, which lasted three
^__
There is no point in pretending that the ousting of Chester Bowles
frtm hi* high State Depar'ment pot is anything other than what it is.
V. In n there was talk ot this happening last summer I noted my own tear
thai it weald mean the elimination of Bowles critical viewpoint trom days and tcok place in mid-Octo-
the State Department councils. I am sorry that the needs of the bureau- ber. was not m secret, as was ong-
cratic job-cart and chain of command have been given priority over the inally reported, but attendance at
needs ol c ferment of diverse viewpoint-. the hearings was restricted. Sen-
_-, <,_ _-- tenccd with Pechersky, 60. were
I AM SORRY BUT NOT SURPRISED. When you have as vast an two other lay leaders, X. A. Kag-
optr. the conduct of American foreign policy, you can't have too anov. and F. S Dynkin. who re-
mr ini trative ragged edges. Bowk- was stronger for hi- fresh ceived lighter terms becau-e of
and informal approach to foreign policy than he was in the day today their advanced ages. The trials
tasks oJ administering a department His successor, a formal law part-, and sentences aroused worldwide
ner oi \c.:ai Stevenson, is an ;.'ole and liberal mmd. and one can scarcely protests. The three leaders were
n rprel the -.'-- up in ideological ten:.- arrested on charge, of "consorting
rould have been wiser if the Pn ad found i special *ithjlotreig" ^K^tT^
niche for Bowie.- in the department where his characteristic talent for *** treasonable acmuics.
re bNm- r. i. r:r-of the great new movements of popular thought in Tel Aviv, the Israeli cxecu-
at : -:..-... n could have been made effective. I am .-ure he will be live of the World Jewish Congress
I to talk at conference-, and he- will get applause; but it is ironic issued a statement deploring the
to to expound and defend policies he has been cut oil from arrests, declaring "We are con-
making. And it i- sad to se the representative of an important seg- vinced that there is no foundation
; American foreign policy opinion exiled to the provinces, to be- for the version that these people
ccrr. another name on the lecture program. turned traitor or were agent- of
1 must add. however, in fairness to President Kennedy and Secre- a foreign state. Their only sin
tary Rusk, that they can scarcely be accused of trying to get rid of the has been their devoted service to
intellectuals. Those in the top posts of the State Dept are not narrow their Jewish communities. '
political powermen or career mediocrities. A number of them are highly Calling on Soviet authorities to
litera'e and articulate men of ideas. release the Jewish leaders, the
What is happening, as ir. the case of W. W. Rostow and Richard executive also appealed to the So-
Goodwin, is that instead of operating in a freewheeling way on the viet Government to permit Rus-
fringes Of the job-cart they are being integrated into the chain of com- sian Jew- to rejoin members of
n nd. There is much to be said for this, since it focuses responsibility, their famalies who are settled in
Bi.t th< n .- always a danger, in all bureaucratic chains of command, other countries.
that th< mosl difficult problems will get iorgotten because they don't
fall directly in anyone's province but cut across evervone's.
-vv- ->- --St-
one OF THE THINGS 'hat strikes me. coming Dack to my own
ecu: :.'> ..t'.er a ten-week taj in Europe, is that the Americans today
are solving one crucial problem far better than the French. British.
Germans or Italians. It is the problem of the relation between what I
call the commanding elite and the creative elite, the men of power and
the men of ideas and trlent.
I don't mean to overs',ress the differences between them. They
don't come neatly wrapped in bundles labled "Power" and "Talent."
Tho-e who .-it in the seats of the mighty in government, business, the
Army, the churches often have talent; and intellectuals often have
positions of power.
The difference may be only one of emphasis, yet it is a difference.
(, of the- saddesl things about the democracies of West Europe is the
.sharp cleavage between the commanding elite and the intellectual elite.
sharper than in Britain, yet marked in both. Malraux is almost the only
intellectual of note in France who does not scorn working with the de
Gaulli government The Britih situation is different: Most of the intel-
Jectuah are in the Labor camp, and in practical terms they are out ol
p(w v.i uld play a role in a Labor government very much like that ot the
American intellectuals in the Kennedy Administration.
The German situation is : special case, because a whole intellectual
generation in its thirties and iortics dropped out of German history
tl tgh the Nazi blight and it- talent is not available to the command-
ing lite In Italv the maneuvers of the party politicians are so proles
sion; specialized and intricate that they form too strange a world for
the .: tellectuals to feel at home in.
IT IS AN UNUSUAL THING then for men whose basic life is the life
of the mtnri to find themselves shaping policy, as they do in America.
instead of lamenting over nov badly it is dune (as in the French case)
or stan ling hungrily and looking in from the outside (as in the British
cast
There i- the danger, of course, that the intellectuals in the Admin-
istration will form a natural target lor thunder trom the right. Sen.
Goldwater has already declared that Arthur Schlosinger and Theodore
Sorensen are dangerous men, and one may expect that many worse
11 I ill be said about them and other intellectuals by the fanatical
believers who make Goldwater seem a genial moderate. A segment ol
ARTHUR ROSICHAN
Rosichan Will
Testify in Capital
Arthur S. Rosichan, executive
lirector ol the Greater Miami Ji -\
sh Federation, was to testiij be-
fore a United States Senate sub-
committee in Washington, D.C en
Thursday about the Cuban re'
problem in the Miami area.
The invitation came from Sen
i'hilip A. Hart, chairman of the
Amei an opinion -till believes that a libral intellectual can wield gov- sub-committee on rel and es-
erni ental power only as pan ol a sinister world conspiracy. capees,
Yet the best and only way to combat this is by the propaganda ot
. V,--------*. ..------ More man luu.ixiu exiles trom
... by meeing foreign and home problems with intelligence and h c ^
effectiveness. II the men of power and the men of talent can use their ., c. ,______
engeries and achiev this, the American people will not be estranged X loVnrdfn. iw ,-, n? \
fr m their government II i- the estrangement oi the people as whole '"" LtcS2.,"S ". -'V!? ?
peoph
from both groups which is 'lie greatest danger thai anj democracy runs
Junior High Clubs Active Locally
ree junior high school groups
seventh through ninth
ire now in full swing al
i Bi ach V.MHA. 1536 Bay
rd
The gn tips are the Debs, a ninth
iris' dub; the Cobegas, a
i ade boys' club; and
th Equinoxes, a recently-formed
seventh grade boys' club.
The Del- recently finished a suc-
cessful community service project
of collecting food given in the lorm
Of Thanksgiving baskets to needy
families.
The two junior high boys' groups
aie planning participation in clas-
ses which will be starting within
the next few weeks, as well as
popular dance instruction. I bar
Re i- now open in these
ips. In addition there
is also an i ; :>< rtunity to l>< gin new
rams include
participate n in leagues, socials,
.! fl athletit events In cnarge ol
information i- Hurt Garr.
Detroit Social Club
Detroit Social Club will hold its
annual < h; nuka party Monday
evening in the Rubaiyat room of
the Algiers hotel. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. spiritual leader of the
Israelite Center, will be featured
in his original script. "Let Us
Hear." Also to perform are mem-
.s of the Dora Stem Sisterhood.
Health, Educa ii n and u elfare i -
[mates.
From 61
are concei tral d in ti e
area./ ot thcsi almosi two-thirds
are jobless, v In 26 l 0 on |
assistanci
and the total inc
a month.
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* Jen 1st noridliain
Paae 9-A
MEASURE OF THE MAN IN HIS SONS
Benjamin Kane: Bastion of Support
Testimonial Unit
Named Here
Asthma Research Exec Here
T i. the first i" a series of piciurc-and-word
I i) membi.....j the Greater Miami contm
i.
t riultjntrropic activities
nil t been carried
p, iltun. The results <>/ tin:' efforts
, has !"', been jV't ui ull Ici'eU of commun-
j-^-^J1- tti** ''*' ',>'< ^-'^-
( ,(,- ter Muriii. (/ic- iiii
I place in u'hich to live.
"The great victories of life are oftenest
won in a quief way. and not with alarms ard
trumpets." Justice Benjamin Carcfozo, 1915.
Benjamin N. Kane is one of those Greater M.
- kvhose quiet, effective work has had unl
impacl n his community. >
Born in Russia, he was a registered pharmacist
II, rose in the business world to found the & n
Com pa 5 of America, Interstate Equipment, the
Holmes Club Plan, and the Grace Holmes I lub Plan
Hi. philanthropic interests are well known in
e, R i where he w as .i pi i
I,, | fore i iming to Miami in 1924.
Hi founded the Benjamin N Kani Found
. ble m Long a basl oi il -
ii Jev ish Fedi i ation
'. ipeal, he i- also a
: Ml Sinai Hospital.
K tie's other philanthropic interests ar
irii ii. bul all are aimed at his pi
Ithier happier community.
ire of a man can often be v.\k.
is nun activities, but by the waj he rai>es
i hildren.
Bei iamin Kane has raised his three sons in his
own tradition of philanthropy and communilj serv-
ice. They are -Sidney. Irwm and Howard. Howard
Israel Friedman, executive di-
i rector oi the Children's Asthma
Under the chairman.-hip of Mi- Research Institute and Hospital at
ami Beach Councilman Marcie Denver, was to be guest speaker
Liberman, the following were this for Ra-V J "!* d,a,pUrufBna
, monthlv meeting Inur.-du\ even-
week appointed to serve a< a test!- mg a, Wes, M|;im| Tmvn Hall ^
monial committee honoring the >\\ B2nd ave.
spiritual leader of Congregation --------------------
Beth Jacob, Rabbi Tibor II. Stern.
Appointments were made by
recommendation of Morris B.
Frank, president, Aaron Lerner.
first vice president, and Morris
Krevat, second vice president.
Members oi the committee are
Israel Schultz, financial secretary,
Max D. Goldhagen, recording sec-
retary, Louis Baida. Mrs Louis
Baida, president of Sisterhood. Ben
Cohen, Joseph Cohen. Abe Eisen-
berg, .lodge Malvin Englander,
Singers to Offer
Festive Program
Miami Beach Recreation Depart-
ment has invitied the Miami Beach
Community Singers to present their
annual Festival oi Lights program
at Pier Park on Saturday and al
Miami Beach Community Center
on Monday. Both performances
start at 7::so p.m.
Tie Miami Beach Community
Chiel Michael Fox. .lodge Bernard singers ill start the new seas i
A. Frank. Ben Gaines, Joseph with a major event scheduled for
dardner. Samuel Kaplan. Nathan Mar. 1H Rehearsals begin in Jan-
Kohler, David Krevat, Sol Krevat, uary, Rehearsals are Thursdays
Hon. Morris Lipp, Sam L. Matz, under the direction ol Bei \ imen.
Baron rle Hirsch Meyer. Leo My- Sifihl reading classes 7 i
ers, William G. Mechanic, Hairy are held prior to rehearsa
.1. Sonz and Louis ghafkin. 'V i
Jjettjctmiit v. Aiino
irticularly well-known in Greater Miami, where
be has served as president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and CJA campaign chairman.
Leon E)l to Chair JNF Banquet Sunday;
Cantor Katz Will be Guest Artist
Leon J. Ell. president of the Jew-
iatii nal Fund Council of Great-
er Miami, will be chairman of the
Council's 15th Jubilee Banquet on
ij < vening at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel.
I tl i- wee'-: announced that
Sholom Katz. world-re-
antorial tenor, will be
artist a-, the function
Ell, a writer, world traveler,
and student of international af-
fairs, represented the United
States at the ICEM convention
in Geneva, Switzerland.
IK i- a past president and hon-
orary life president ol Temple Beth
Sholom, a member of the national
board oi the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, on the na-
tional advisory board ol the Jew-
National Fund, board of di-
rectors of the Mental Health So-
United Fund, and Greater
-Miami Jewish Federation.
Cantor Katz. of Beth Sholom
ongregation, Washington. D.C.,
I aid,,lined ;i- a child prodigy
al the age Of 5. I'pon completion
til his studies in Vienna, he became
cantor of Kishineff. Bessa-
rabia, one of the largests Jewish
communities in Europe.
Cantor Katz spent four years
in a Nazi concentration camp
during World War II, sang the
"El Molei Rachamin" while dig-
Sing his own grave, and was per-
mitted to escape by an unknown
Nazi official who became momen-
tarily enchanted with his voice.

Senior Citizens to Meet
Senior Citizens Assn. will meet
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., at Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn..]
1244 Washington ave. Miami Beach
High School students, led by Allan
Goodman, son of Joseph Goodman,
president of the organization, will
entertain
Marks Reeiected
Chamber Prexy
The Downtown Business Council
of the Miami Dade County Cham-
ii Commerce approved a slate
, officers for the year 1961-62 at
a board meeting this week
Paul H. Mark--, presi lenl ol Hau-
ler Federal Savings and Loan
A.-sn., was reele'cted president to
serve a third term Paul S. Walk-
er, president ot Richards, v.;i-
named a vice president
Also elected were A. T Beekwith.
president of Keyes Co., and Harry '
Botwick. district manager ot Fieri
da State Theatres, vice presidents;
and G. .lames Hughes, president of
Pan American Bank, treasurer.
Weather-Wise Way
CANTO* SHOLOM KATZ
Pageant Due
At Beth El
Chanuka lestival will take place
at Congregation Beth El on Sunday.
10:30 a.m.
Children ol the religious school
will participate in a program of I
songs, dances and sketches The
pageant, "L'Coved Chanuka. has
been written and arranged by Na-
than Stern, ol the Hebrew school
[acuity.
Sunday school children will he
under the guidance ol Mrs. Joyce
Cantor Katz has since attained Picker. umnnfc
worldwide fame through his ap- Chanuka gifts and refreshments
pearances in Europe, the United will be served to the ch
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^Jenist fferidiSHn
Friday, December 8, 1351
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
'Political' Prisoners Received Special Nazi Treatment
MY STORY. By Gemma La Guardia Cluck. Eiitea
and with a preface by S. L. SfcMiderman.
116 pp. New York: David McKay Company, Inc.
$2.95.
/EMMA LA GUARD1A GLUCK, BOW iq her ejghj
^ ioth year, is the older > -'or of .Mayor Fiorello
La Guardia, New York's bejoved "little Hoi
Although she was bora In America and lived a Von-'
tier childhood, the family moved back to Euro
settling in Trieste. Fiorello and his brother Rich.
returned to the United States lai' r Gemma mar-
ried .i Hungarian Jew. Herman Gluck. and lived
happily .n Budapest, in March, 19-M. the Naasis >-
cupied Hungary. On Apr l1'. Mayor i.a Guardia,
appearing at New York CUj Hall before a mass
lemonstration cf Polish Jews commemorating the
first anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto upri
scathingl) denounced the Hitler regime. On Jane 7.
Gemma and her husband were arrested by the SS
and thrown into .Matthausen concentration camp.
They were in their s xtics.
Author and editor S. L. Shneiderman first heard
about Mrs. Gluck la.-t December when he was in Is-
rael doing research on an article about the impend
Ing Eichmaan trial. An Israeli authority showed
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Portrait of the Donors to Our Federations
THE BIGGEST issues which the
Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds will face in 1962 re-
ceived the biggest attention at the
CJFWF Assembly in Dallas. Tex.
The major issue revolves, of course,
around fund raising problems
With independent appeals advanc-
ing more rapidly than federated
fund-raising over the past decade, the Jewish com-
munities throughout the country are now facing r<>-
examination of their fund-raising structure, proced-
ures, and basic rationale. They are looking at con-
tinuing requirements rather than only at yearly slo-
ns. They are probing the causes for the wide dit-
ferences in results among cities campaigning for the
same needs
They are seeking to strenghten the foundation of
community organization, in which consistently suc-
cessful fund-raising is rooted. In all of these re-
spects, they art looking to the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds for assistance. They
are also interested in th" Council's views and activity
on the most appropriate and effective use ot funds
raised by them for needs in Israel. Some Federation*
have demonstrated striking success in building en-
dowment and trust funds while at the same time
recording marked gains in annual campaigns. Suc-
Vnited Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
On Endorsing the PCC
United Nations
THE ARAB REFUGEE debate is under
way in the General Assembly's spe-
cial political committee As predicted,
it is developing as the toughest, most
bitter attack against Israel witnessed
her" since 1947. What is the American
position? Here in brief paraphrase are
the directives given to the U.S. delega-
tion here this year by the State Department:
1. The Arabn. already represented by 11 regular dele-
gations, are trying hard to add an extra voice in the debate.
They want a group calling itself the "Arab Palestine Dele-
tion" recognized as an official delegation. This so-called
"delegation" represents the pro-Hitler ex-Grand Mufti of
Jerusalem and the Arab refugees in the Gaza Strip all
ol them nothing but stooges for Gamal Abdel Nasser and
the rest of the Arab bloc. Israel opposes the grant of offi-
cial status to this aggregation. The American position:
Definitely oppose recognition of this group as a "delega-
tion." If the Mufti-Nasser men want to talk as individuals,
let them. But the Kennedy Administration does not want
to grant them official status.
2. As they did last year, he Arabs are pressing hard
tor some sort ot UN custodianship over the property in
Israel allegedly belonging to the refugees. Washington's
position is: Fight against that move, as Israel is fighting
against it.
3. The Arabs want to turn the refugee debate into a
full-scale debat" about the entire "Palestine Question"
As Michael S. Comay, Israel's permanent representative
here, has said: "Tey are more interested in exploiting
the political issues than they are in solving the refugee
problem." The Stale Department instructions to the
American representing the U.S.A. in the committee. Fran-
cis T. P Plimp'on. Fight against any discussions of the
s instance of the "Palestine Question" as a whole. The
debate concerns the refugee problem try to get the com-
mittee to stick to that subject.
4. The committee has before it a new report of the
Palestine Conciliation Commission, including a study ol
the refugee issue made on the spot in the Middle East, as
well as in conferences here with Middle East Foreign
Ministers, by Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, president of the
'. irnegie Endowmen' for International Peace The Com-
mission wants to continue discussing with all interested
nations the Arabs and Israel the problems of "re-
patriation" of the Arab refugees, their possible compensa-
tion by Israel, their potential resettlement in Arab lands
and integration into the general Middle East economy.
The PCC wants another year for those talks, and would in-
vile Dr. Johnson to stay on for another year as the Com-
nusion's special Middle East emissary. The American
position: Endorse the PCC's moves.
cess in th:- field is anticipated in 1962 also bj Other
Federation? under the guidance ol the Council which
provides expert information on related tax provi-
sions and benefits There are wide disparities among
communities and states in the tax income available
I i Federation hospitals, child welfare agencies and
[i persons.
In 1962. some such sources may be increased,
and the CJFWF as central advisory body of the
federation and welfare funds would be ready
to provide Jewish agencies with the necessary in-
formation on the opportunities for such gains. The
building up ol the ranks of young leadership is some-
thing which the Federations throughout the country
intend to intensify in 1962. since the task of attracting
young men and women to active work in the com-
munities is proving to be a great success Communi-
ties continue to undergo major changes in popula-
tion shift-, and are seeking to adapt their services,
structure and financing to them. The CJFWF is
keeping each of the communities posted on experien-
ce in other areas and advises them on how to cope
with new situations involved. With the growth of the
number of Jews moving to the suburbs, the year
1962 will witness an even greater demand on the
t'.IFWF for information and advice in this field.
The Jewish contributor to philanthropic cam-
paigns in this country what kind of a person is
he? What does he know about the causes to which
lie is making his donations? What motivates his giv-
ing? A very interesting paper on this subject was
presented at the General Assembly of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds by Herman
'.!. Peknrsky, executive director of the Jewish Com
munity Council of Essex County (Newark. N.J.).
Pekarsky, one of the outstanding Jewish social work-
er- in this country, revealed that the Council of which
he is the executive head, commissioned the National
. Opinion Research Center ol the University of Chicago
to make a study of givers and giving to campaigns
in Essex county.
Because of the small number of donors providing
the largest share of money, the sample study con-
sisted of 10 percent of givers of S2.500 and over, and
only one percent of givers under SI00. with varying
percentages for the contributor groups in-between.
And what did the study show? It established that
the biggest givers are more Jewish-motivated than
the lesser givers. The contributor groups under $100,
who in total represent 87 percent of all contributors,
appear lo be less oriented to traditional Jew ish values
and reflect a desire to be more like their Gentile
neighbors.
It revealed that in general, donors are poorly
informed about the United Jewish Appeal. Jewish
Community Council and beneficiary agencies. The
smallest donors are the least knowledgeable. When
. asked to name groups supported by the UJA, of the
total. 10 percent could name no groups. 15 percent
only one. another 14 percent only two.
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
him document; signed by Eichma-.n concern.:
arrest of 'layer La Guardia's older sister.
ments which were later used in the tr:a!. So far
the Israeli authorities knew. Mrs. Gluck had die
prison On returning to the United State-.
Shneidwman d.d a iilMr ttivestigaUng. *rf* 4ncc
ed that Mrs. Gluck was alive, living in New V
with her daughter in a municipal housing pi
which was built during I.a Guardia's admin:.-:
She had already written a memoir of her tif*
eluding her experiences in Matthausen and Pij\
I ruck; this book is an expansion of it.
Readers of this column are perhaps f
by now with the dual way in which I Judge wi
martyrology. On the one hand, they are
welcome; good or bad by critical criteria. I a
their appearance, I ir there is no other e\
which the living c t.'. make to the six million |
On the other hand, of course, a book is a lit
work and must still b< viewed against thi
literary land ape Much of the martyrologj
stand on this judgment alone.
Mrs. Gluck chronicle, although it bo.c
literary merit mterestini ti -
special treatment given "political"-prison rs
Nazis. If horror has degrees. Mrs. Gluck -
encc was not quil so horrible, thankfully,
of other.-. Her book .- a very human d ether drop in the relentless tide of remembrani

From Hollywood:
HERBERT G. IUFT
Earnestness Won Out
?HE STORY OF Mark Godd
' brash and efficient Sgt
ABC's current television seri
Detectives," could well lead th
of starry-eyed hopefuls throughout I >,
country and their families to (
on Hollywood.
The dark and handsome 23-yea
actor, who within a short two years has been in
television films, told me that he arrived in town I
broken-down car after only a few months ol
schooling in New York, plus a winter in stock in
as his sole theatrical credit. When he came to "
in 1959. he had newer been inside a studio, and
even gain entry on a sightseeing tour.
Goddard rented :i cheap room in downtown '
les. He braced himself for his assault upon the
capital by writing a letter to Joseph Anthony, the r-i
the cinema version of "Career" in itself th
breaking yarn ol .. thespian who vainly struggles I
nition. Goddard told the famed >;;me and film I
lhat he was not seeking overnight stardom but ..
to become a solid, good actor and therefore was
forward to guidance and suggestions.
Hollywoodians receive requests from young I
the carloads and hardly ever answer. Yet. then
ring of integrity to Mark's letter and. to In- own am
ment. he received a reply within only two days Anthony
invited him for a chat to Paramount Studio- Deepl} im-
pressed with the lad. he phoned the William Morn- Agen
cy and suggested to sign him up. It was only a short >i
later, when Goddard guest-starred in a segment ol "The
Rebel" television series at the very same stud.o tha
once more encountered his booster Anthony, then direcl
the movie. "Ml in a Night's Work" yet the young man
never appeared in Joseph Anthony's films.
Today. Mark is married to the former Marcia Roger
daughter of Henry Rogers, who is a partner in the movw
capital's large Rogers and Cowan publicity firm that han-
dles such clients as Elizabeth Taylor and Eddie Fisher
Goddard chose the assignment on "The Detectives." after
having turned down leads in two other series tor Die*
Powells "Four Star Productions." because he felt the
Robert Taylor show is one of the best in the category and
No One Would Say Shukairy Was Wrong
AHMED SHUKAIRY, of Saudi Arabia.1
** whose sole dedication in the United!
Nations appears to be minting of derog-T
atory semantics against Israel, has]
reached the pinnacle of his ambition and!
from now on he has nowhere to go but|
down.
That gentleman, sharp of tongue but]
shy of grace, recently treated the UNI
General Assembly to a spectacle that was more shametul
than any ever performed on the international platform,
even by shoe-banging Mr. Khrushchev.
His banal limning of Israel in such semantic dung as
"nazism." "gangsterism" and similar underworld meta-
phors broughi neither dignity to his kinsmen nor to the
family of nations. However, he reached the pit of debase-
ment when he Impudently counseled that "Israel and Eich-
mann should stand in one dock for one trial for one crime
and for one verdict."
No one but one whose political countrymen have been
showering admiration and shelter on a figure who plotted
Jewish extermination with Hitler, the ex-Mufti of Jerusa-
lem, could have talked like that.
Anyone who dares to equate Israel's alleged i
against the Arabs with Fichmann's crime sagainsl the
Jews is not only devoid of elemental decency bul
mental veracity. Politicians are not particularly
tor veracity or tact, especially when their sole i
is to score a point against their opponent instead ol pi
an issue in proper perspective. Politicians are jus! '
capable of discussing an issue with the objectivit)
tachment that distinguish diplomats from fiinmon
But there are things that should be out of bound- even tor
a politician, however small a fry.
The UN could not freeze our Arab "cousin" of Biblical
days into silence. He had his word and said it. But where
was the voice of conscience in the sanctum of the family
of nations? Why had no one. outside of I>rael of coin-
risen in agony and wrath against this defamation of oW jjx
million dead?
The madness tha'. was global silence in the black dlfj
of Hitlers coming seems still to be upon the world, o
else someone would have risen against this echoing "
Hitlerite morality in the halls of the Assembly.


1
Friday, December 8, 1961
+Jewlst> fhrkHan
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Plan Ambassador's Ball Here Dec. 27
Vice Mayor Mai Er.glander. Miami Beach chairman of the Uni-
ted Fund, receives from David Galbut SI 18 in behalt or the 318
students of the Hebrew Academy, who contributed the amount
to UF at a bricklaying ceremony at Pine Tree dr. and 24th st.
Academy Annual Dinner Looming:
School Program Eyes 'Total Student'
New buildings of the Hebrew
Academy are on the way to com-
p let ion at the school's new site.
Pmetree dr. and 24th st.. as the
Academy's 14'.n annual dinner
loom- Sunday evening, Dec. 17. at
the Deauville hotel.
Miami Beach Councilman Woli'ic
Cohen, live-time chairman of the
school's past annual dinners, is
honorary chairman of the event.
B I iiin.ier. president, last week
imed Jack A. Cantor and Leonard
isen as this year's co-chairmen.
Training Program
For Volunteers
A second training program for
i >lunteer leaders to help senior
sens will be conducted next
Monday night fjr members ot the
ii B'rith women's chapters of
South Florida, it was announced
Mrs. David Sachs, BBW coordi-
nator for senior Citizens.
The orientation c mrse will be
led by Charles Plotkin, director of
le Senior Citizens Department of
Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center The B*nai B'rith
women are engaged in a joint en-
terprise with Bter to expand
I enrich the ex senior citi-
is activities at four Center
i ranches in Dad.- coun
The additional training session
- been set j'> to take place at
.:'.'> p.m. at tfa tenter's Beach
1 ranch, 1536'Bay c I
rhe training co e < wen such
subjects as the n d ; f ol ler p
pie, techniques for leading senior
citizens activities a id understand-
ing the role of the leader.
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Broad will be toastmaster. Prin-
cipal speaker at the stellar event
will be U.S. Sen. Wayne Morse,
Democrat of Oregon.
In completing plans for the af-
fair, Binder revealed that there
j will be no fund-raising at the din-
ner Proceeds of the SlOO-per-
couple [unction so to the Scholar-
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which provides partial or full
scholarships for 10 percent of the
student body.
"Our school is dedicated to a
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all required subjects as set up by
;he Dad-' C untj Scao Board and
:he state Board of Education, and
.i thorough knowledge and under-
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In elaborating on this last phase
of Academy instruction. Binder
ncted that 'Hebrew Academy
students make periodic visits to
community supported ins.'itu-
tions. Recently.' he added, "the
tenth grade iti.ae~.ts visited the
laboratory cf Mt. Sinai Hospital,
where they soent a fascinating
hour and a half with Dr. Jerome
Benson, director if ojtholegy.
our stud also contrib-
utes t i the C m bine I Jewish Ap-
peal of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and buys Israel Bonds.
In addition, si id rats participate in
the United F tnd drive."
said Binder. "Through class-
room instruction and assembly pro-
grams, students of the Academy
: ieam the lesson of a pluralistic
cultural I'-'tnocracy. which is
] America They learn of the vital
i role all religious and racial groups
play m creating the symphony that
is America "
The Ambassadors Bal! sponsor-
ed annually by the Israel Bond
I on of Greater Miami,
.ind tradil i nal one of the lil
erir events en th i il lar here,
"promised this v. to irpass the
glamor of all previous balls," Sam-
uel Friedland, cha'rman of the l-
rael Bi nd 0 .. decla -eel
Wednesday.
1 'A Ball will take
'" on v e:;. lay evening, Dec.
27, at the Fonta (bleau hotel.
Noted Miami Beach attorney, Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, has been
selected as grand stess cf the
function. i
Mrs. Meyers announced that
an innovation of this year's event
will be the presentation in a
debutante ceremony of a group
of Miami area girls "come of-
age." They will be presented to
the Ambassador of Israel, under
whose patronage the Ball will be
held, and Cov. Farris Bryant,
of Florida, and Mrs. Bryant.
Mrs Meyers pointed out that
"the custom of presenting young
ladies on their err-.: of age to
the Ambassador of Israel was
initiated in London when the first
Israel Ambassador was accredited
to the Court of St. James. It has
since become a custom in France.
Holland. Canada and the Argen-
tine."
Mrs. Meyers indicated that "all
those eligible to attend the Ambas-
sador's Ball will also be eligible
to have their daughters or grand-
laughters presented. This includes
those who have already become
Trustees. Builders. Guardians or
Sponsors in 1961. as well as those
who will have earned these desig-
nations as of the latter part of
December. '
Mrs. Meyers is a former Is-
rael Bond Women's Division
chairman. She currently serves
as a leading member of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion, and has also held national
positions with women lawyer
associations.
^u > u a- among the first in the
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers discuss Miami's Israel 3ond
achievements wilh Prime Minister Ben-Gurion on their rersnt
visit to Israel. Mrs. Meyers will be grand hostess it the
Ambassador's Ball to be sponsored by the Israel Bond Organ-
ization on Dec. 27 at the Fontainebleau hotel.
worl rn Israel's highesi rec- sional Women's C b the Un "I
ognition, the Won.,:; af Valor Fund, the Grea wish
Award. Federation. Jewish
Mrs. Meyers has given her time ce. Jew :
to such organizations as the Fed Temple Beth Shol nany
eration of Business and Profes .thers
Labor Expert To Appear Here
Anatomy of the Far Right" will
be the subject for analysis by the
Greater Miami cnapter. AJCom
mittee, at an open luncheon meet-
ing Tuesday noon at the Ever-
glades hotel.
Harry Fleisehman. national di-
itctor of the AJCommittee nation-
al labor service, will be featured
speaker His presentation, another
in the "Spotlight Series'" ot the
local chapter, will examine the dis-
tinction between the new extrem-
ists and traditional conservatives
in American society.
Fleisehman was formerly lab-
or editor of the "Voice of Ameri-
ca" and is currently chairman of
the Workers Defense League. He
is a former organizer anc teach-
er at the summer institutions of
many unions.
Fleisehman writes a monthly
< column on human relations and
civil rihts called "Let's be Hu-
nan." which l- syndicated to l,-
500 AFL-CIO labor union and inter-
group relation.- leaders ministers,
priests and rabbis. He recently
published a book based on these
column.-.
Fleisehman will be in Miami to
attend the national convention of
the AFL-CIO
Chronic Illness Discussed
America's principle medical
problem, chronic iline-s and dis-
ability, was discussed by Dr.
Donald A. Covalt. national consul-
tant in physical medicine and reha-
bilation lor the Department of
Health, Education and Welfare. Dr.
Covalt appeared as speaker at a
luncheon Tuesday at the Biscayne
Terrace hotel The talk was joint-
ly sponsored by the University of
Miami medical school an 1 the Mi-
ami-Dade County Chamber of Com-
merce committee on total employ-
ment
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to'the Americanquality of greatness!
New Year's Ive Party
Plans are now being made for
the annual New Year's Eve party
at Temple Beth Am. Organized
each year by Sisterhood, the party
will offer hors d'oeuvre>. midnight
supper, a dance band, and favors.
Mrs. Bernard Litman and Mrs
Albert Goodstsin are in charge of
reservations.
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he fatheredthe
abolishment of flogging in
the Navy. He bought
Monticello. Thomas
Jefferson's home, had it\
repaired and gave it to
the government. The first
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in the Navy, dedicated in
1959 in Norfolk. Va.,
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Friday, December 3 193;
Eichmann Plans to Ask Ben Zvi for Clemency
TEL AVIV (JTA j Dr. Rob-
erf Servatiu.*. West German at-
torney who handled the defense of
'Adolf Eichmann last summer, said
this week he would appeal an ex-
pected verdict of guilty for his
client on the ground* that the tri-
bunal was incompetent to try the
lormer Gestapo colonel.
Dr. Servatiu*. who arrived m Is-
i-ci earlier in the week to bf-
gin preparations for reading of the
judgment and the verdict, made
the statement in an interview witH
the Bonn correspondent of an Is-
i.eli new-paper The three-judge
cuurt which tried EieSmann will
rt*ume sitting on Monday :o read
the judgment and the verdict
against the man charged with a key
role in the Nazi wartime slaughter
Ol 6.000.000 European Jewish men.
v >men and children
The West German lawyer Mid
tie appeal would not involve Eicn-
mann's deeds as a Gestapo ottic:ai
which could not be denied He said
he would argue that Eichmann was
kidnapped in another country' and
brought to Israel and that the Je-
rusalem court was therefore in-
competent in the case. He added
that if his appeal was rejected, tie
would ask President Ben-Zvi for
ciemency
Asked what his client thought
the verdict would be, Dr. Ser-
vatiu* replied that Eichmann was
sure he would get the death i*r-
tence. He added that Eichmtrtrt
"truly believes the prediction o*
a gypsy fortune teller who seid
he would not live to his 57th
birthday Eichmann will be S*
next March.
In another phase of the Eich-
maw ease. Justice Minister Dov
1 seph disclosed in the Knesset
that the Soviet Government never
pcknowledged a request by the Is-
rael Government to let Israel know
whether the USSR had any mater-
ials that were relevant to.the trial
Mr. Joseph made the statement in
nply to a question on the floor
ot the House as to whether Ea*t
European countries had sent any
materials or had cooperated wi*j,
Israel in the case again*- Eich
mann.
The Justice Minister said that
Poland. Hungary and Czechoslo-
vakia did provide Israel with ma-
terials. Bulgaria replied to tn
request sent all East European
countries on this subject that it nal
nothing relevant. Rumania did not
send anything. The Moscow Gov-
ernment ignored the requ--
To Feature
Young Violinist
Pzhak Perlman. Israel's 15-year-
old violin prodigy, who appeared
at the Miami Beach Auditorium
three years ago as star of the Ed
Sullivan Cavalcade of Israel Art-
ists, will be one of the five featured
acts of the forthcoming "Caval-
cade of Israel Star> 1962.''
The Cavalcade, which will also
pie*ent dance troupes, recording
artists, folk singers, and musicians
trom Israel, will be brought to the
Miami Beach Auditorium on Satur-
day. Dec. 23. by the Greater Mi-
ami Districts of the Ziom*t Organ-
ization of America, according to
Louis B. Rudnick. chairman of the
Greater Miami Presidents Council
Young Perlman first per-
formed publicly in Israel at the
ege of seven. He studied at the
Tel Aviv Academy of Music and
Shulamith Conservatory, and by
the age of ten was the winner of
three prizes in Israeli competi-
tions under the auspices of the
Israel-American Foundation. The
youthful artist, who must play
the violin while seated, because
of braces on both legs due to a
polio attack as n infant, has
been acclaimed by such world-
renowned musicians as Yehudi
Menuhin, Zino Francescati, Leon-
ard Bernstein, Paul Kletzki and
Isler Salomon, for his talent.
Also appearing at the Cavalcade
will be Arie Kaduri. famed Israeli
flutist, and Meir Alon. guitarist
and drummer. They have been
heard at Radio City Music Hall in
New York, on radio and TV
Proceeds from the Cavalcade
have been earmarked for the youth
projects of the ZOA in Greater Ma-
ami and Israel, according to Ben
Giller. chairman of the affair.
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Delightfully cool weather last Friday brought out lots of wool
and knit suits, some for the first time this season, at the semi-
annual meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of Ml. Sinai Hospital held
in the Wolfson Auditorium Conducting a quasi-board meeting
for the general membership. Mrs. Herbert A. (Lois) Mathes pre-
sided from the platform with the executive board around her .
Lovely to look at," as usual, she wore shocking pink" sheer wool
[ opiecer with elbow-length cape sleeves on the jacket and bone
accessories Report given by Mrs. Inez Krensky. a past pics
ident. in a lilac ensemble of knit dress and straight line coat set
oft with chalk white button earrings and matching f.ve-strand
beaded bib TVo vice presidents sitting together, Lillian (Mrs.
Murray) Shaw in a mosaic blue sheath and cardigan, and Mrs
I i iiard (Margie Wien, setting off her dark hair with attractive
erine frock piped in while, and white sweater Just behind
I m Lili (Mrs -eph) Duntov. her hands occupied with knitting,
- usual Anther veep, tall, blond Helen (Mrs. John) Owen,
giving an enthusia-tic account of the convention she attended in
\ for Hospital Auxiliaries, wore aqua Italian knit with portrait
c ,!lar liu ; of the morning was the capping of the second
group of service aides Trained by three RN's doing volunteer
v irk, they had been through a rigid six-week training period and
accepted their pink-trimmed caps, which historically stand for
dedication, with pride Entertainment in a lighter vein offered
by the Miami B?ach Senior High a cappella choir Change of
pace had two female members of the group giving a demonstration
c! the mad dance called the twist Had the audience stopping
i1 feet and clapping hands in a grande finale.
*
-
A f.ill-fledged member of the teen-age set at last. Dede Greene.
Vaughnr of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, celebrated the earth-
ittering event with a party at her home. 5534 Pine Tree dr..
Saturday night Guests already'13 or about to enter the charm-
c 1 circle were Karen Koolish. Marsha Capland. Gale Ladis. Sandy
Karlan and Ellen Silver ... All attend Nautilus Junior High .". .
Preparing for their many future social activities, the young ladies
devoted much of the evening experimenting with far-out make-up
and elaborate hair-dos Returned, briefly, to more familiar
enthusiasms games, amateur talent show and gobs of refresh-
i i-:its .
Enterprising young man. Steven Brotman has organized a
swingin' band called "The Four Fifths" With Steve on bass, is
K'.nny Lewis, drums. Bert Gorman, electric guitar, and Neil Hadoc.
.-,*,... Rehearsing is done at Miami Beach High, where the boys
are students Saturday nights the group, plus a girl vocalist,
can be !ound (or is it heard'.') furnishing the beat for the teen-age
c* mces there ... But on New Year's Eve. they'll be playing for a
dunce-hop at the Eden Roc.
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"{Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 8. 1961
Section 3
Martha A. Alpert, who received her early education at Miami
Beach High, now in her sophomore year at Smith College, is on
Dean's List there Proud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo M.
Alpert. of 1345 Venetian Way .
Comdr. Joshua A. Langfur. U.S. Navy, of Airborne Early Warn-
Squadron Four, who has taken over command of the U.S.
N'aval Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, is the son of Mrs.
Elsa Langfur, 513 SW 11th st.. and the late Jacob Langfur ... A
Pensacola graduate with 20 years of flying time, until recently
Comdr. Langfur piloted Navv hurricane hunter weather labora-
tories out of Jacksonville Naval Air Station Married to the
former Grace Pearson, the Langfurs have two children. Roseanne.
13. and Sally, 10 .
Five years ago. Mrs. Betty Finegold. of the Allison hotel, woald
have had to travel to Oakland. Calif., to hear her nephew. Rabbi
tt chard M. Leviton, conduct services Three years ago. when
he accepted a pulpit in Fargo. N. Dak., it still was a big trip even
for a devoted aunt ... But Friday night. Rabbi Leviton was in-
stalled as new spiritual leader at Ft. Lauderdale's Temple Emanu-
El. with Betty a proud and happy witness.
-
Just back from a Caribbean cruise on the SS Jerusalem is
Mrs. J. Bernard Spector, who. with her sister, Mrs. Howard Weiss,
of Morgantown. W Va were guests on the trip o: their mother,
8. Samuel Stein, of the Executive House -
' On the same cruise, cards from Rena ar.d Fred Somersum,
i o found the trip smooth ar.d the food too uood. and Mrs ftudy
1 mcr-chlag. who was tilled with the wonder of traveling on an
l-raeli ship, and impressed with the warm friendship which greet-
the passengers a: every stop .
Hostesses at a surprise cocktail party in honor of the loth
w dding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Jack Kamin the end oi
/ember were Mesdames Ida Werman, Harold Gpldstew, Her-
man Isii and William Goldberg .
Mrs Louis v. iid, national vice presidenl M
Organization of Am i< i, was lo be guest of hor.r:
afternoon a" I u Riviera dr. borne of Dr ,. Mrs. Li uis Lei
i .-- with Mrs. Lena Feinstein as co-hostess
. *
Two diverse honors have been accorded Ruth Brotman w
the last few ... She became the aunt of six baby boys in-
cluding two sets of twins in Detroit and Montreal And the
.i Aish Librarv in Montreal has asked her to make an anthol
of her many articles on Jewish personalities vhicj '""/*""
e appeared throughout the world via Sever, Arts Feature.
SEASu Post. Montreal Jewish Herald. Musical America
and Musical Courier Ruth expects to be back in Miami soon
to resume her musical activities .
A run of extremely bad luck has put Mrs Evelyn Byrd. daugh-
ter of Eugene Lyon. of the, BUck,*n> Ftower^ho* 1-jJJjJ
some months Not likely to make her feel much better, htr
daughter broke an arm a short time later.
Cancer League
Plans 'Mart1
Women's Cancer League of Mi-
ami Beach is having a brunch and
card party at 11:45 a.m.. Friday,
a" the Seville hotel
The meeting, called a
mar:," will serve a dual purpose
sines it hand w ill be cond i I
e all members and guesl >
noli aj season shopping
W tmen's Cancer League oi M
ami Beach :.- operating a boutiqus
featuring over 100* items
eluding some designed ami n
I j members themselves
Proceeds are for the Tumor Clin-
ic of Mt. Sinai Hospital, where the
Women's Cancer League of Miami
Beach maintains two beds for in
digent cancer patients, who re-
e ive medical and nursing care,
x rays and drugs at the expense of
the organization.
Students of Shapiro Vocational High School at Jerusalem.
This is a major Mizrachi project in Israel.
Mizrachi Women to Open 2-Day
Florida Conference on Beach Monday
Stt MORE CONVtNTION STORKS PAGl 4-A
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Rabbi
Alexander Gross and Dr. Zev Re-
gan will address the Florida con-
ference of Mizrachi Women taking
place in the Fontainebleau hotel
Monday and Tuesday, it was an-
nounced here by Mrs. Alfred Stone,
ot Miami Beach.
Delegates from six chapters in
the Greater Miami area and visit-
ing Mizrachi Women from all parts
of the country will attend the con-
ference to formulate regional plans
for support of the organization's
child-care, social service and vo-
cational education programs in Is-
rael.
Mrs Meyers, who has just re-
turned to Florida from a visit to
Israel, is expected to report on cur-
i. nt social welfare needs in the
Holy Land. She will address a
conference luncheon on Tuesday.
sharing the speaker's platform
with Mrs. Louis Wald. of New York,
honorary national vice president ot
Mizrachi Women.
The keynote session for the two-
day meeting on Monday evening,
at 8. will hear Dr. Kogan. who was
born and reared in Israel, and Rab-
bi Gross, principal of the Hebrew
Academy here.
Leo Mindlin. executive editor of
Jewish Floridian, will bring
tngs at the conference opener.
Workshop sessions, starting Tues-
morning, will set regional
in membership and fund-
raising towards meeting the or-
ganization's SI.283.000 budget adopt-
ed last month at a national con-
vention in Boston
Left Bank of Paris
"Left Bank cf Paris" will be the
theme of Congregation Yehudah
Moshe Men's Club New Years
Eve celebration this year. To be
held at Popiel Hall, there will be
decorations, entertainment, music
and refreshments. Herbert Comm.
president, is in charge of reserva-
tions.
....I al komen taking key roles
in iu erence include Mrs.
Hir-ch Adler, Mrs Isaac Berlin,
Mrs. Merman Eisenberg, Mrs.
Murraj Goldberg, Mrs. Alexander
Gross. Mrs. David Lelnlield, Mrs
Alvm il Levenson.
Also, Mrs Sylvia Meyers. Mrs.
Max S. Newberger. Mrs. Donald
Picker, Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Mrs
Shirley Schiff. Mrs. Israel Teitch,
and Mrs. Harold B. Zelkowitz.
Program highlights at the meet-
ing include the appearance of Can-
tor Gershon Levin, of the Coral
Way Jewish Center, and the Israel
Dance Trouno. tn Ho seen at the
Monday evening rally. f'fl
Emanu-EI Series
Gets Under Way
Temple Emanu-El's adult educa-
tion program for 1961-62 will ba
initiated next Wednesday morning
at 10:30 a.m.. when women cf
congregation gather in the North
Branch auditorium to hear Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman review Irving Stone's
"Agony and Ecstacy."
This is the first in a series of
three reviews which the Temple's
spiritual leader will give during
the year He is slated to discuss
'A Faith for Moderns." by Robert
Gordis, on Jan. 1. and William
Lederer's "A Nation of Sheep" on
Feb. 21.
"Book of the Brunch" series is
sponsored by the congregation's
Sisterhood and Parent Teacher
Assn.
The Sisterhood sponsored Wom-
en's Institute of Jewish Studies
will begin the first of two eight-
week series on Dec. 19. Partici-
pants will attend classes in ele-
mentary Hebrew, prayer book He
brew and conversational Hebrew
for an hour each Tuesday morning.
They will then gather for a "coffee
with the Rabbi." at which Dr.
Lehrman will lead discussions of
current interest.
Other facets of the program for
the synagogue's adults include the
Sunday morning Temple Emanu-
EI Forum, the Torah Luncheon
Club, and some Home Study Cir-
cles.
Beth David Sisterhood president. Mrs. Max Jacobson (left!.
and Mrs. Phillip Schiff, program chairman, show the proc-
lamation by Mayor Robert King High designating the 26CJ
block of Coral Way as "Beth David Way." The proclamation.
is in honor of the Sisterhood's Beth David Day program Wed-
nesday, which includes a champagne luncheon, music by
Larry Blue, and entertainment by Maxine Vitu, of the French
Tourist Bureau in Miami.


Pcge 2-B
rJenisf fkridfian
Friday. December
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
(i.
Btllin
remove the skewers and .-tnng.
the go ise on a platter, and
the res rved prunes
... This makes about
sei vings
Pctato LafkM (Pancakes)
\26 year* o!.-:
-..; Chanuka. trie
I L;s;.t> celebrates :. real.
tv. the tr.jrr.ph of ;he
Maccal .-r Ar.tiochus Epip-
hanes King ol S>na With each
i. _h: tl increasinglj bngbti i
glow ol the candles In Iev.i>h
nes com mem rates hoth the
ide of the oil which burned
eight days an: th< even great-
er miracle ol tit n -" rai ot
religious freedom Chanuka is
t time for feast rig -r.d merrymak-
ii .. with many I a dishes
ed at family meals
di>he- derive from custom
i '
iWdly enough :. mi st po|
tkes or pur., akes ped from
.- tradition which was not jr. actual
t of thi f Chanuka Id
tbi Book : : a the Apocry-
pha, the storj is told tc
general ot Nel
King :
i
-. (sees-
ar.d so could he destP
v. hile Ibis iry refers lo a much
earlier en than thi l < I th< Mac-
; ini .- i similar that
th< commemoration is not .
this ":me
Mans gro ips ol Jew Ish pe
serve dairy dishes during
chanuka in remembrance ot Ju-
dith's bravery, and includi among
i of cheese. In other
groups th< cheese pancakes have
evolve thei types ol laUce,
i. clud j I ones ol

t was
: : r the
: the
:.:-h evening. 1 serv<
v hich featun ... For
ir mam coursi t< iaj we to-
I re goose, prepare I
hich v,a- a favorite in
tral Europe With it we have
ir potato latke- an: apple sauce.
Since the>e were traditional ac-
companiment-; to goose Chopped
goose liver on canape cracker? and
tomato juice begin the meal Then,
since the main course is very rich
indeed, for dessert .se have a cool
and refreshing lemon ice. with per-
haps plain sponge cake or cookjev
J; the cookie- are cut out with the
special cutters available for -he
holidays they can be made in the
form of dreidles and candles ana
add extra symbolism to the meal.
Goo meat, and contains leal ot
but the fat
ng. and is rendered for
throughout the winter In former
1 :n Pa-
'.". be kept for
sing luring tl This
*'.\ meat cooking
purposes, and U> 1
ped liver and "he pan-
The fat
during th. : ting saved
ratel) as it r fry-
-
-
Chanuka Menu
(hopped goo* liver can
tomato juice
ic stuffed with fi
Potato Latki can ied Ca
Apple Sauce Tossed Su.-:
Mixed Sweet Pickl. -
Lemon Ice Tea or black coftee
Sponge cake or cook
Decor Planned
For Gala Here
Franklin Hughes Is planning a
black, white ll ; leccr f-jr thi
Ml Sinai Hospital annivenarj
gala to be held in the Fontaine
bleau- Grand ballroom on Satur-
day. Dec 23 Over 700 reserva-
tions have already been received
bj Mrs a Herbert Mathes and
Mr.-. Ben N >: ack, O en.
Goos* Stuffed With Fruit
1 -e. about '.2 pounds
.-.-. rated wei|
2 cups drained, pitted
cooked prunes
5 medium apple.-, peeled.
C '"ed. and quartered
l teaspoon salt
\* teaspoon pepper
'. teaspoon ground ginger
Have the gb ise prepared tor
stuffing, cut ofi the neck at the
body, bat leave on the neck -kin
Remove a- much fai a- possible
frc m the ca itj an I under the skin
Reserve eight ol the prunes tor
garnish and cut the rest in halt
...-. the apples with the prune*.
ger. and spread this mixture in-
side th< se and over the skin.
Fill the cavity loosely with the
en with skev
with I read Loop the thread
n 1 the en Is ol thi nd tie
them together. Fasti i the
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is conference chairman, with Mrs Rctner one ot the 1-
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Ccders Wcr^esi Step up Activity To
Euro:! 'Bsak of Healing' Subscribers
Left to right are Mrs. Robert Wishman, committee member;
Mrs. Victor Reiter, general chairman; Miss Cindy Fink, model
lor Phi Sigma Sigma, and holding cup to bs cwarded to win-
r.ing sorority g.ri; end Mrs. Melvin Harrison, committee me m-
Phi Sigs SJcile "cshior, Show
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"Model of s pi rit Gn v i II be
-i le< led by the audiem i I win-
ioi ritj enl itled I o re-
Iain ihe covi i the corn-
year
- j ear w ill mark the fourih
ilarship wini i Three stu-
dents ol Dade county are nov at-
. nding collej i the aus pices
i| a si holai ship p i ir years
hi ifiami Mum-
nue chapter
Guests of honor ^v ill be Dean
nson. Mi i hard,
. id Dr Mill iw.
Mr>. \ icti r Reiti r is ge neral
and her
mittee n mbcrs are Mr Mel-
Wish-
klrs. 1 S Mrs Ji
Iman, Mrs Paul Furman. Mrs.
D n Frank, Mrs Sej monr ?ubin,
Mrs Irwin Pi lash. Miss Adeline
in on and Miss Janel SJdow.
Mrs Marvin Lewis will be fashion
commentator Mrs. Roben Rosen
:- president ol the organization.
A full month ol stepped-up ac-
tivity has bom launched by Ced-
ars ol Lebanon Hospital women to
enroll additional inscribers for
their "Book oi Healing."
Announcement <>i the drive to
iiicl ihe newly-opened non-sectarian
wospital was issued jointly by Mrs.
aamucl T. Sapiro, development
iund chairman, and Mrs. Nathan-)
id Levin, president of the Worn
en's Auxiliary
"We have designated Ihe month
ol December as Book of Healing
Month' to give new donors an op-
portunity to have their names en-
graved on the bronze pages ol Ced-
ars' Book ol Healing," Mrs. Sapiro
explained.
Women who become Life Guard-
ians by contributing or pledging
S"00 over a three-year period will
be listed in the book, a massive
bronze memorial mounted on an
Italian marble pedestal lour feet
high.
A contributor of $1,000, a God-
i ler :- also inscribed perma-
nently in the book. I hers'
an applii d tov ard the cost
: uildit g nd furnishing the ma-
ternitj wing "I ihe hospital, and
be made id ol five
i -
Over :;|0 women In Great) r Mi-
ami have earned the golden disc
award bearing the Caduceus which
has been adopted by Cedars as its
ifficial symbol. Godmothers and
Life Guardians receive medallions.
New donor- enrolled at the re-
cent golden gift of guardianship
luncheon are Mesdames Sarah
Baron, George Burney, Nathan
(.lover. Leon Levitt, Sam Fuchs,
Jack Popick, Elmer Spector, Julius
Spector. Louis Spector. Irving Spec-
tor. Hurt Hunter. Joseph Swee,
Micanor Ferrer and Miguel Fig-
ueroa, Jr.
Names to he listed in Ihe "Hook
oi Healing'' include Mesdames
Frieda Markowitz, Sam Stahl. Si-
mon Spector. Gussie Binder. Henry
Hirsch, Sam Lachman, Al Berk-
owitz, Howard Berkowitz, Abe
Berkowitz, Rose Mackauf, Donald
Berkowitz, Oida Rubin, Samuel
Becker man, Nathan Rubin, Nor-
man Tatar. Isaac Wolkowsky, Da'
:! Friedman, Irving Cypen and
Miss Esther Goodman
o Mesdames Irving Cypen,
rt Vlani Leo v. allach, Leon
.Mi Steiner, Isadore Herskowitz,
I i!. Jacobs. Harold B<
Gr< ce '!' Sommer.
i fini call for sup.....1 coin
ci v. nli the Auxiliary re
luti.on to i e an
il 8150,00 i l ii
l I
Ail women who enroll in De
bei m ill be included in the '
oi Healing." Deadline date for en-
graving name- ill be Jan. l.
When completed, Ihe hospital will
provide 282 bed, in meet ihe in-
creasing needs of Miami's fast-
growing population. At present
only the first three floors are in
operation.
Food and Fun
Due at Judea
Treasured recipes will be re-
vealed at Temple Judea, when the
lines! COOks in Sisterhood serve
and give recipes at a covered dish
luncheon Wednesday noon.
Members are asked to bring
cards, man jongg sets, and pencil
and paper for recipe swapping.
Mrs, David Goldberg is Sister-
hood president.
Shaloma tiadassah
Shaloma group of Hada;
.: Don I Hibi
ilorium will highlight Hi
Id's birthdaj a id the H
1 luncheon. Joseph Malek,
.'..Il present a musical pro-
gram.
AJC Women
Plan Luncheon
Annual Louise Waterman Wise
luncheon will he held by Ihe Flori-
da Won.en's Division ol the Ameri-
<"n 'ewish Congress on Thurs-
day noon. Dec. 14. at Ihe Algiers
hotel.
Guest speaker will he former
sen. Claude Pepper, who recently
announced his candidacy lor U.S.
Representative.
Vince Martin, who comes here
from an appearance at the Village
Vanguard in New York City, will
be heard In a program ol folk
songs.
Proceeds ol the luncheon are for
the Louise Waterman Wise "Youth
Center and International House in
Israel.
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vJenist IFforSdliiari
Friday, December 3. 1961
What Mizrachi's Many Organizations
Accomplish With Programs in Israel
The Mizrachi Women's Organi-
zation of America was tounded in
1925. Today, it is the major wom-
en's religious Zionist organization
in the United States, with a mem-
bership ot some 50.000 organized
i:.iu 3j0 local cha piers in every
p..it nt the country.
Greater Miami units of the or-
ganization include Hatikvah chap-
ler, Mrs. I.-rael Teitch. president;
Dov chapter. Mrs. Louis Tokayer.
president; Miami Bea:h ohapter,
.Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, presi-
dent; Kinneret chapter. Mr<. Alvin
Leverson. president; anil New
Tamara thai er Mrs. Isaac B
i:n a lax Sternslein, co-
. i
Mis \. 51 ii e, i I the Shel-
wmamemmmm.........--------- Great-
campers at Bakka Settlement Houses, Jerusalem, in pro- ei Mia I
a sustained by Mizrachi Women's summer iresh air fund, grams
Faith: Recreating the ancient
ritual in the synagogue oi the
Bessie Gotsfeld Children's
Village at haanana, Israel.
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little macaroni pies...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
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easier than the frozen kind. So
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about 15c per serving!
Mizrachi Women im Active in U.S.
hrouch Membership in Zionist Units
In
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Principal work of the organiza-
tion is the sponsorship and main-
tenance of an extensive network
of child-care, social service, and
educational projects in Israel, to
aid youth and newcomers to the
Holy Lan.-i. as well as native Is-
raeli children.
Program ol the organization is
based on the belief that "the spirt-
ual rehabilitation of children is of
he utmost importance. The in-
stitutions sponsored by Mi/.rachi
Women conduct their activities in
an atmosphere of traditional Ju-
laism. Among the better-known
institutions sponsored by the
vp/ratlii Women'- organization ol
America are:
Bessie Gotsfeld Children's Vil-
aga ar.d Farm School iKfar Ba-
yiI, .it Raari a, Israel
: -, m idel 11 mn unit;
, 150 childrei from
. mtrii udj and
play.
Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi, Tel
Aviv, a modern vocational high
school for girls, providing full ac-
ademic ar.d vocational training for
Ii addition to the manifold a:- Jewish National Fund. Among the dieticians, fashion designers, dress-
tivities of the World Mizrachi Worn- many lorests planted by Mizrachi makers, and secretaries,
en's Organization, in the United Women in Israel is the Harry S. Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi, Jerusa-
States the American atiiliate func- Truman Forest in the Jerusalem |em, similar in scope to its sister
tions in these capacities: coridor. vocational high school in Tel Aviv.
Membership in the coordinat-. ~
ing committee for Youth Aliyah,
which also incorporates Hadassah,
Pioneer Women and the United Is-1
rael Appeal.
Full cooperation with the
drives of the United Jewish Ap-1
peal.
Active support in the sale of
Israel Bonds through Israel Bond
Organizations here and across the
nation
Also. Mizrachi Women's Organi-
zation is a member of the Ameri-
can Zionist Council and the Fed-
eration of National Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations.
It also conducts a program of ed-
ucational and cultural activities
among its membership, and is one
, of the limited number of groups
authorized by the Jewish Agency
to raise funds lor Israel in the
L'nited States.
Mizrachi Women are also active
in the afforestation programs and
land reclamation activities of the
GRKTINGS FROM
MAYOR HIGH
Miami Mayor Robert King
High this week sent greet-
ings to the upcoming Florida
conference of Mizrachi Wom-
en on Monday and Tuesday
in the Fontainebleau hotel.
"These magnificent contri-
butions reaffirm the biblical
ideals of justice, morality.
and amity, reinforcing the
hopes of everyone that there
shall be a genuine peace in
the world." Mayor High
wrote in a letter to Mrs.
Alfred Stone, coordinator of
Greater Miami Mizrachi af-
lairs, in a letter referring to
the organization's manifold
programs in behalf of Israel
and Judaism here and
abroad.

The first project to be established
in Israel by Mizrachi Women, ii
i:o\v includes the Esther and Dav-
id Shapiro High School, the Child-
ren's Annex, hou-ir.g Youth Aliyah
children and others referred by
the social service agency ol t'
Israel government, a dormitory i
nigh school studems, and a mod* I
kindergarten.
Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi, Beer,
sheva, has been adopted a- a maj-
or tenth anniversary project to be
erected by Mizrachi Women in the
rapidly-expanding city of Beersh.
va. Vocational courses for immi-
grant girls are currently being con-
ducted in temporary quarters.
Bakka Settlement Houses,
Jerusalem, provide an extensi
social service program for imi
grants of all age-. The t rsl I
tlement houses to be establishe
Israel's capital city, '.hey offer n
national gri Hcbre
guage classe ing
c i unselir j and d
liel to 'lie ne<
Mosac* Aliyah Children's
las*, at Peti ah,
full-time
ne 300 Youth ft ah an I
I rivileged children, with (
on agricultui a Ing.
Haifa Community Centr,
completed, is a joint project i
Mizrachi Women's Organization i
America and the Mizrachi W
en's Organization cf Canada and
that city's first religious communi-
ty center.
The Simcha of Modern Israel
At Hanukkah time in Israel, a joyous spirit prevails across the land.
Holiday menorahs glow from building tops and in the home, in
cities, villages and countryside. Gifts are exchanged, Hanukkah
parties are given, pageants are performed in schools, and night
life is at the peak of its season. Pictured here is a scene in the
Hebrew National Opera. Tel Aviv.
Dade Heights
To Model Fashions
Members of Dade Heights Jew-
ish Congregation Sisterhood will
model fashions, hair styles and the
new look in cosmetics Wednesday
evening at the Balmoral hotel.
Reservations chairmen are Mrs.
j Ceil Greenspan and Mrs. Ruth
! Baier.
On Saiuraay. Oec. 16. Sisterhood
| will present "Swinging Affairs of
1961," starring Napoleon Reed, at
| the Hampton House Club, 4200 NW
|27th ave.
Showtime is 9:45 p.m.. and the
Myrtle Jones orchestra will play
, foi dancing.
Don Hershey is in charge of res-
l ervaUons
(Pnoto courtesy of Israel office of Information. N. Y.i
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Friday. December 8. 1961
i^Jewist. fhrtdHoin
Paqa 5-B
Jragccly Struck, but By ISABEL GROVE
Staff Writer
With ach passing year, the aged
growr elder. This is not as simple
as ii seems. The horizons of medi-
cal BCieBfte, oatniuAlly broaden-
ig are now waxing even wider as
rv embrace a relatively new
field ol studygeriatrics.
Geriatrics is the sum of man's
owledge about the aging and in-
cludes bis research into such rela-
tively n< W studies as the aging pro-
,. >s. itself, as well as the particu-
lar physical, enio:ional, and psy-
ilogical needs of those in their
Ideo Years.
Mark ,ip %.. i to medicine:
t" the c-inquert of an ever-growing
list oi i iseases h h, in the past,
lughl death (arlj and which, to-
. iy, no longer challenge life. Mark
i up t< the doctors and the labora-
!( -i arch.'!- Who have added
i consi lerable amount of time to
nut ht of I : men and wom-
en mi J now expect to spend on
earth.
-
Distinguished Achievements
All this is geriatrics A recently-
published hook -ells the story more
convincingly, more knowingly, and
i far greater detail "Wake L'p
Younger: How ta Make the Most
ol Youi Later Years," recently
put out by Citadel Press, N. Y.,
MISS HELEN ALPERT
. difamma overcome
has been commanding particular
attention throughout the nation for
its high professionalism and easy
readabilityfor the way in which
it tells the retiree what he ought
to know to wring the maximum
amount ol comfort and happiness
from his state.
And it has been commanding
particular attention in South Flori-
da because il Is the joint work ot
IWO Greater Miami residents and
longtime friends. Dr. Samuel Gert-
inan and Helen Alpert.
Gripped by the plight of the eld-
erly. Dr. Gertman pioneered to
open a unique medical clinic that
would meet their particular needs
a clime attached to Jackson .Me-
morial Hospital. The drama be-
hind the clinic's services was seen
several years ago by a nationwide
television audience
Dr. Gertman also initialed the
Department of. Gerontology at the
University of, Miami school of medi-
cine. Earlier, he was already do-
nating his skills to Miami's Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, one of the
lust retiree homes to appreciate.
!wig a.;o. the need for the special
handling that the aged deserve.
These are the achievements of
a distinguished man who aban-
doned his own private medical prac-
tice to accomplish them.
Le?s well-known is the incredible
tragedy that felled Dr. Gertman
almost at the moment he was
reaching the peak of his career in
geriatricsand only a few months
after "Wake l'p Younger" was
written and delivered to it^ pub-
lishers.
It was two o'clock on a Sunday
morning last Memorial Day week-
end that Dr. Gertman suflercd a
severe stroke and brain hemor-
rhage. During his final fleeting
seconds of consciousness, he direct-
ed his wife, Jessie, to summon a
physician and an ambulance. A
,:,:> later, in the desperate effort
to save his life, a neurosurgeon
was Down in from John Hopkins
\ : im rsitj and a dangerous opera-
tion performed lor removal oi a
Irani clol Days later, a second
e and bloodclot necessitated
rrth, | : sur jery deep into
ill,' brain tis -
Dr Gertman has since fought
i if to life, He now chair at home in Coral Gables.
Only a few <>t his muscles are in
, ,' Much >t the brain Is gone
He is 43 years old .
Yehudcrii Moshe Party Sunday
Congregation Yeh^.b Moshe 5^*S"5 fl
Kw.U hold a barbecue and t ha [00XVl,d by tne barbecue lunch at
nuka party Sunday in Popiel Hall noon (lames and rides will be
Harry Gilbert is temporary avau'abie.
PTA Chairman; Mrs Aifre(i Preston is chairman
At 10:30 a.m.. a Chanuka play of the function,_______
DR. SA.YUEL GERTMAN
.. geriatrics researcher
Yel by an unexpected benignity
few of us ever enjoy. Dr. Gertman
is still at work, strong, vital and
unimpaired, in "Wake L'p Young-
er.'"
And this leads u to the other
half of the story: the human-inter-
est story ol his co-author and per-
sonal friend. Helen Alpert
Here was her quandary: how to
>ui!d "Wake l'p Younger" into a
living testimonial to a man and the
world he lived inhow to bring
his message based on invaluable
scientific and pioneering research
to the aged who so desperately
need it. But it extended beyond
his: how much of the truth to tell
about its co-author and the shat-
tered finances of his family.
New York Sell-Out
Miss Alpert is neither an ordi-
nary collaborator nor a ghost writ-
er. She has served on two metro-
politan newspaper.-., and is recog-
nized as one of the top-level wom-
en executives in the country in the
field of the aged. She is vice
president of the nationwide Firsl
Retirement Foundation.
Fortified by the publishers, Cita-
del Press, who were extremely co-
perative and understanding, she
to New York in Octob< r, and
made instantaneously warm and
meaningful successes in her ap-
pear inces on i variety of radio and
television programs. On one show.
Miss Alpert spent 90 minutes an-
swering retiree questions tele-
phoned in by viewers The result.'
"Wake l'p Younger" became a sell-
rut in New York bookshops
Other good things have followed
since: Mrs Geneva Mathiesen. ex-
ecutive secretary of the National
Council on the Aging, gave Miss
Alpert the organization's choice
list of 4.000 people as potential
book-buyers. (Mrs. Mathiesen knew
the Dr. Gertman storyhad visited
Dr. Gertman durum his stay at the
lamed institute ol Physical Re-
habilitation in a desperate and suc-
Cessful effort to revive his expired
brain cells, "it is so unbearable,"
.-tie mnffiservetf, "to sH t>ie "mer-
riment in Dr Gertman'- eyes and
to realize the vacancy behind
them.")
Hi* Chief Giit
At the same time, from the Uni-
versity of Michigan came the per-
sonal assurance ol Dr Wilma Don-
ahue's similar oiler ot her 15.000
supporters of the university's
gerontology projects. And now.
from individual
over the country, maij if wl
have worked with Dr <> irl
re coming added offers ol a I
And. recently, from the publish
its. has come a rather extraordin-
ary gesture on behalf of the book
and its authors. Citadel Press
announced they will cooperate h h
-elected club groups to sell "V
Up Younger" and retain a sizes ill
sum for tiieir own club treas il
1'his means that these groups will
oe permitted to handle the book as
a special fund-raising project.
Four organizations which have
responded instantly and helpfully
are Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Gift Shoo, a college club. Flori I i
chapter ol the National Park:'
Foundation, and the Biscayne Club
of Business and Professional Wom-
en. Both Mrs. Gertman and M'ss
Alpert are available to make the
necessary arangements.
The uneasy silence is being dis-
pelled by honesty. Interest is
swift because "How to Wake Up
Younger" is good.
Dr. Gertmatt's duel gilt was his
ability to seize creatively on the
geriatric principles which had
rarely gone beyond intellectual ex-
plore tio n befoi" him and ;
bring them down to earth and put
them to work. It was this ability
hich had made him so valu
for example. :o the Luthi
Church's Missouri Synod in the >y
- plans with P
mai her for their v. > I Ridge Re-
tirement village in Si uth M
And a was Helen Veen's abll
,i test these principles every inch
the way and. in turn, to put them
irk for every reader. The re-
sult is a book winch is a delight to
read and a unique contribution in
a difficult Del I.
SHCSKANA DAMARI
Leading Actress
To Appear Here
Shoshana Damari, one of fsrai"
ng vocalists, will be featured
at a paid-up membership i >ception
of the South Florida Division of
the American Friends or' the
t':.,\ er >itj < : Jeru: al. m
Dec. 20 in the Exodus room of the
Carlo hotel
Miss Damari. who vaulte 1 '>
ne as Ihe star th \
. m picture, "Hill 24 Doesn't
Answer," will appear with other
members of the Israel-Am srican
show due to open the following
.: >hl !' r the general public in tl
Exodus room.
tn addition to the American
Kneads, members ol the Florida
Division of the American Jewish
Physicians Committee and
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original play Hey Lo< : .- Ovei
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Musical Comedy At Temple Meet
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who ;ll stage Trixie Levin's orig-
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Mrs Edward Kaufer, club chair-
and Mrs Ray Morse. Sister-
president, invite members and
friends to attend. Brunch will be
served by Mesdames Jack Segal
Samuel R o m u n o t f. Richard
Schwart. Lillian Rothchild. and
Lee Gottlieb.
Chanuka festival Songs
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Socialites C^/o to JLjinncr for the CJpcra Cjui/J
There was glamor galore at "A
n Italy," premier dinner
, I the Miami Beach com-
n ?.:cv ol the Opera Guild oi Great-
ii M ami on Saturday nighl in the
i ...( pompeii of the Eden Roc.
Of the 400 guests, the attractive,
ir.e hail' waj elegantly garbed
in the newest oi evening styles and
fabrics with overall beading, se-
(II ns and jeweled enihroi ery.
n topped with snowy mink or
the newest mutations.
Or, and Mrs. Leonard i Ronnie)
jacobscn. both chairmen, were at
tgsidc table with the Abe Schon
i Ber'e in a ii< eo fv<\ in -
'. n with slantin \, ruffled skirt
pristine whi'e mink jacket;
the Malcolm Roths, sh in blush
i lae'e over satin and autumn
l,..(' mink; Mrs. Rae Aberman,
Ronnie's mother, with pailleted
i K and an orchid in her hair;
[he Or. Mayer Marks. Mrs. M.
i, soft black A glamor-drenched,
i i -weeping re;i gown with wide
white lace insc'.s topped with frosty
ii ink, regal on Ronnie.
An attractive, lively table donn-
nated by pixie Inez and Ralph
mum. Her unusual leopard iur
halter top on a swooshing chiffon
Door-length skirt and matching fur
stole, a real conversation piece.
Pretty Merle (Mrs. Jack' Young
ehese short, slim, all-over beaded
navj Another interesting fabric
-.- the bouffant coupe dc velour,
h lich Florence (Mrs. Morris) Green
hi made in Paris. A cherry sa*'n
orera coal over angel white chif-
Ion with beaded blouson, most bc-
ng to lovely Ruth (Dr. Leo)
i per. A Stem-slim ivory sheath
- highlighted by a long string ol
licarls bj Mrs, William (Virginia)
i n. And Phyllis (Mrs. Albert)
i i k chic In a long, slender,
i embossed Uame, was especial-
ly pleased with her brand new
. idelier earrings and sables.
Creamy Peau de oie
William and ItiLons YViek-
ii. hosts to a very large group.
I, !. radian! in a full, billowing
creamy peau de ?oie strapless ball
- with beaded bodice and large
I at the right hip falling to the
hen line Long gloves and while
[ex fur completed the outfit. Nice
' atrast furnished by Mrs. Lillian
Kraff's long, crimson lace frock
and tiara.
Imong the early arrivals, the
Dr. Stanley Krehiings. Marion in!
lovelj lurqouise and silver cock-1
tail suit with demi-fitted jacket and
white mink boa. Ruth an I James
Cohen, Huh attractive in short.!
sequined off-white sheath, white
n nk $hrug and orchids for Chanu-
ka Accomodatingly posing lor the
l Otograpber, fashionable Mrs.
Ben Cohen in ice blue satin, lavish-
I-, sequined with floating pannier
in hack and stole to match Daugh-
ter, Mary Linda, charming in a
ice blue formal with pristine
white mink bubble
Margie (Mrs. Irvin) Korach was
Out for the advancement of opera are Mr. and Mrs. David
Hochberg at "A Niaht in Italy" at the Eden Roc hotel last
Saturday. Mrs. Hochberg was co-chairman of the dinner
sponsored by the Miami Beach committee of the Opera Guild
of Greater Miami.
oi Li i r's music, the 11<
'I alia loffs, Lucille in short cerise
satin; Dr, Norman Jaffee and wife
Ann, a charming mother-to-be, in
I lack velvet; Stella and Harold
Turk, she in bronze satin frock with
lace set into the bodice. The Irv-
ing Millers, Shirley in full skirted
ball gflwn, and dark-haired Audrey
i Mrs John i Porte, willowy in her
floor-sweeping silver brocade, witn
husband. John.
t
Vice Consjl of Italy
At the table with Dr. and Mrs.
tro Hi Pilippi, the vice consul
ol |tal> Dr. J. M !>< Gaetani, and
hi- charming wife Mrs Di Filip
i. wore a blush red lace truck
bowed ;.i Ihi shoul !ers and a Span-
ish comb in hi r dark locks.
Da\ id Hochbi rg receh ing con-
gratulation on his birthday from
his wife, lovely in full-length gold
brocade sheath. Dashing Mrs.
Daniel Schlapik. chairman, in a
splashy roseate print on while with
matching satin stole. Very attrac-
tive ensemble on Helen (Dr. Sid-
ney ) Foxa scarlet opera coat over
a matching dress trimmed in jet
bead scrolls, all m a d e in Hong
Kong.
An Eslaves original featuring
name-colored bodice and white lull-
length skirt with red panel falling
from the low back for Maida (Mrs
Melvin Grossman. And a really-
dazzling stem slim evening gown
On Lottie I Mrs Kmil i Morton, with
shimmering overall heading.
Other- glimpsed in the crowd
(he Leopold Spitalnys, August Gel-
gers, .Mr. and Mrs Sam Knowlos.
Col. and Mrs. Carl R Shaw, the
Robert Turchins, Edward Kahns,
and Mr and Mrs. Jerome Kipnis.
Both the formal and informal en-
tertainment was devoted to ope-
ratic selections designed to whet
the appetite for the full-length per- R/\VfV
formances ol Verdi's "La Travia- JL1I 1-M- M-J
ta" on Jan. 22. and "Turandot," by
Puccini, on Feb. 12.
Isabel Grove
Shalom Women
Plan Benefit
Shalom chapter. B'nai B'l
Women, is the latest organization
to plan a theatre part;, at the
Roosevelt Theatre, Miami Beach,
to see the Academy Award candi-
date movie, "El Cid," on Satur-
day. Jan. 13.
President of Shalom Chapter,
Mrs. Gordon Marmorsteln, and a
special committee are holding a
week long ticket sale in a special
booth, displaying interesting infor-
mation about the Charlton Heston-
Sophia Lcren reserved seat pro-
duction, at the Cutler Ridge Shop-
ping Center.
"El Cid," filmed in Spain at a
cost ol $8,000,000, brings to life in
Technicolor on a giant screen the
adventure and pageantrj of the
warrior-hero ol the nth century,
who drove the invading Moors
Irom his country, and created the
nation of Spain
Opening nigiit oi the exclusive
southern premiere of "El Cid," on
Dec. 21. has been sold to the
Florida chapter. National Arthritis
and Rheumatism Foundation, as a
benefit.
On the evening ol Dee. 22. the
Miami B-.'ach Fraternal Order of
Police. William Nichols Lodge 8,
will hold a benefit performance
Thus far. more than a do/en
local organizations, clubs and in-
dustrial groups have arranged for
theatre parties to see the mam-
moth movie. "El Cid."
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Doing their bit for the advancement of the operatic art were
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lapidus (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
A. Lanfield.
i vision in black chiffon dance Wein'raub. Two-piece short en-
gown trimmed with Innge and scmble of square necked sheath
icd and blue beads, completed with and hip-length jacket of alternat-
ions black gloves and cerulean ing tiers of narrow lace ruffles and
mink. A most interesting black bands oi sequins,
outfit on Claire 'Mrs. Sydney! Seen dancing to the Latin beat
Chanuka Party
For Cuban Jews
Temple Menorah sponsored a
Chanuka parly Wednesday for Cub-
i an Jewish residents.
Guest speakers included Carlos
Todd, former editor of the Havana
Times, and the Hon. Sender Kap-
lan, lormer Consul General for the
Slate ol Israel in Cuba.
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Children to Offer Show
Children oj Dane Heights Jew-
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puppet show based on the Chanuka
story and a .
dom," on Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
Sinai Women
Slate Luncheon
Herman lleislcr. president ol the
Jewish Community Center in Ha-
vana, greeted Cubans in behalf of, _^__^
the Cuban colony here, and Mau CUCBATflll IMTEI Q
rice RevitZ, president of Temple OH CLO
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Mrs. Julien Baloghs birth certificate savs Sonia. but everyone
cal'.s her Sunny. The nickname is well-deserved. When Sunny was
live, her mother showed her a picture o: cnildren playing in a baby
orchestra, and asked if she v\ould like to join. An enthusiastic yes"
was the answer, a violin was bought, and that was the beginning. She
received scholarships in New York City, where they lived, to the Juil-
Iiard School of Music. Chatham Square, and the David Mannes That
i> where she met Julien. when she was just thirteen. He played oboe
in the orchestra, and they grew up in music together.
Goldsteins Tell
Phyllis' Troth
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Goldstein, of,
Buffalo. NY., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Phyl-,
lis Anne, to Robert S. Gross, son
of Mrs. Leonard Gro-s and the late
Mr. Gross, of 744 Lakeview dr.,
Miami Beach.
Miss Goldstein, a student of
speech therapy, will graduate
from the University of Miami in
June. She is past president of
Sigma Delta Tau sorority and treas-
urer of Sigma Alpha Eta speech
honorary organization.
Mr. Gross graduated from Miami
Beach Senior High School and the
University of Miami, where he was
treasurer of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-'
ternitv and a member of the Uni-
After they were married, the Baloghs
lived in Pittsburgh. New Orleans, and Wash- versity of Miami Band of the Hour
ineton. where they were closely associated Hc presently attends the Univer-
with music there and always playing in the sjlv 0f .Miami school of law. where
SUNNY
symphonies. Then ten years ago. they moved
lo Miami. Julien comes from a long line of
jewelers, and although he has always devoted
a great part of his life to music, and still does.;
he also is faithful to his heritage. Both he and
Sunny design unusual pieces for their jewelry
store in Coral Gables. They love to take
precious stones rubies and emeralds are
Bunny's favorites and create a piece of,
jewelry just for that particular stone.
The Baloghs both play in wie University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Sunny was
concert master for the Miami Beach Civic
Orchestra, and Julien teaches in the Wood-
wind Department at the University of Miami.
Many people have missed Sunny's piquant
face, with its soft bang of dark hair, in the
I M Pop Concert Orchestra these past two years, htie just couldn't
i ake it; during he summer, she and Julien must store up enough
energj to "make do" through :he year. Last summer, they combined
p. business trip to Europe with pleasure. London. Paris, the Black
Forest and France were par; of their motor trip on the continent. The
year before, they drove to California with the two beys camping out.
Sunny practices five hours a day. The two boys. Brian and
Michael. don*t find this unusual; they take it as a matter of course.
Brian has started piano lessons, and Michael will soon follow. Sunny
i- a firm believer in the fact that you must know piano first before
you take up any instrument. But that is one of those "do as I say
Speeches." .she stalled (from scratch?) with the violin. As soon as
the symphony season is over, the task of readying her own concert
programs begins.
Acting as a chauffer for the boys, designing jewelry, practicing,
attending concerts that do not conflict with the Baloghs" own engage-
ments, as well as trying to keep up with her reading, means a full '
28-hour day for Sunny. But she loves every minute even the prac-
ticing which as she says no one can do for her.
* *
HURRY HURRY
Ted and Ruth Pritikin and Donald and Esther Rubin were out
visiting one night last week. Suddenly Dcnald received a phone call, at
the conclusion of .which he grabbed Esther's hand and flew for the
door, calling for the Pritikins to hurry They hurried so fast that
Ted nearly lost his coat. The reason was perfectly obvious: Daughter
Eleanor, married to Jay Crystal, had just called to say that they were
Lack lrom their honeymoon.
* *
UNDER A PINK TENT
Tents are going gay this year. You walked right through the house
of Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz on No. Shore dr. into a large pink tent.
The cafe tables and chairs were pink. too. Centerpieces looked like
lar^e ice cream sodas, the overflowing kind. The pink straws were
decorted with a bride and groom. All this was in honor of Joan Egg-
natz. who is marrying Michael Simkowitz in April. The parents of
the groom-to-be. Iz and Lucy Simkowitz. stood at the door with Mike
and Rena Eggnatz and the engaged couple to welcome their many
friend.-.
Leon and Dotty Kaplan, the A. Biidd Cutlers. Ralph and Ethel
Spero. the Dr. Donald Mishnoifs. the Dr. Edward Roths. Mr. and Mrs.
Riley Morris. Harry and Eve Lack, and Al and Hope Rosen were just
a few cf the guests. Dr. Lee Eggnatz and his Marian were in the dining
room admiring the two sweetheart cakes. It is always nice to have a
grandmother at engagement parties and Mrs. Dina Simkowitz was
there.
? *
SIX DAYS LEAVE
The wedding is over, the honeymoon is over, and Stuart Becker
man and his bride, the former Susan Beldner. an settled in their cute
.'apartment in Coral Gables, which is not too far from the Homestead
A:r Force Base for Stuart or the University ot Miami for Susan. In the
{ink and white kitchen with the dishwasher. Stuart and Susan will
ITJ nut all their fancy gadgets and wonderful recipes for the gourmet
foods thev like
* *
UNCANNY IS THE WORD
Beverly (Mrs. Jay I.) Kislak gave a sih of relief that everything
was in order. The house that had been under construction lor months
was done, the cleaning service had been called, plans were written
OUl for the remaining days of the week, until th big day of Jonathan's
Bar Mitzvah. Plans for the luncheon at King's Bay had been finalized.
She went upstairs to shower, do her ?air and nails. Little did she r*-alize
that the next time she would again be in charge of her household the
Bar Mitzvah would be long over. She was rushed to the hospital
with appendicitis, and later she had pneumonia. Everyone tried to
make the Bar Mitzvah day one that would long be remembered by
Jonathan despite the fact that his mother wasn't there. When she
finally realized that the affair was over, she also discovered that
Jonathan had been wonderful, the festivities had gone off without a
hitchand Jay brought her a recording of the services at Temple.
he is a member of Phi Alpha Delta
legal fraternity.
A summer wedding is planned.
Norris, Bartel
Betrothal Told
Mrs. Alice Norris. of 1050 No.
Shore dr.. Miami Beach, announces
the engagement of her daughter.
Dolores, to Alan G. Bartel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartel, of 110
W. 28th St., Hialeah.
The couple both attended the
University of Florida, where they
met.
They plan to live in Gainesville,
where Mr. Bartel will be attending
the University of Florida medical
school.
Newlyweds Take
Nassau Junket
Rena Krasnow and Richard Jay
Rosenthal were united in marriage
man Shapiro. The 7 o'clock cere-
mony was performed at Beth David
Congregation, where a reception
followed.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Krasnow. 1951
SW 33rd ave. She attended Miami
Senior High, was sweetheart of
Shield of David AZA. and belonged
to Civineties Service Club and Del-
ia Psi Gamma Council.
For her wedding, she wore a
gown of candlelight chantilly lace
over tulle and antique satin
Attending the new Mrs. Rosen-
thai were her sisters. Mrs Louise
Landsman and Mrs. Estelle
Schwartz, matrons of honor, and
Laurel Koeval. Lois Apner. Renee
Gale. and Charlotte Winklcr.
bridesmaids.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenthal. 2294
SW 24th ter. Now a hie insurance
underwriter, he is a graduate of
.Miami Senior High and attended
Andrew College. Ga. He is a mem-
ber of llillel AZA.
Mike Rosenthal, the bridegroom's
brother, served as best man. and
ushers were Sheldon Rosenthal,
Max Miles, Richard Roth. Leo
Schwartz and Bert Tannenbaum.
Alter a trip to Nassau and a tour
of Florida, the newlyweds will
live at 1142 SW 79th ave
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Leila Judi h K.scnberu. ton f
president of the Jaycee -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Kisenberg, of Sheridan ave. Mi.
ami Beach, was united in marriage
to Bernard B. Shultz. of New York,
on Sunday, Oct. 22. The ceremony
and reception that followed took
place at Temple Beth Aaron, Bi
lyn, N.Y.
Attending the hr:,.e was Barbara
Eisenberg. of Royal Palm ave., sis-
ter-in-law of the bride. Maid of
honor was Mis.- Raynah Mayberg,
ol New York City. Barn Kisen-
berg. brother ol the bride, -ened
as best man. and doubled i- mas-
ter of ceremonies at the dinner
Ushers included Seym >ur J.
Eisenberg and Rabbi Ephraim
Eisenberg. brother' of the bride,
Solomon Shultz, cousin ->( the
groom. Hank Iszacscr.. Meyer Vu.
field, and Milton Feller, all ot New
York City, friends cf the g oom
The bride selected a g3n of
white silk pcau dc soie designed
with a modified scoop neckline, lil-
ted bodice with French alencon
lace, and applique with -eeri pearls.
The skirt, wi.h side and back full.
ness. terminated in a chape! train.
She wore an illusion veil with
French crown a;id carrici a bou-
quet of yellow and white roses and
stephanotis.
Officiating at the ceremony, io-
gether wi'h the leaders of the Or-
thodox rabbinate of
York, were Rabbi
of the Kingsbndge Heigh; Jewish
Center. N.Y COUSb) of the bride,
and Rabbi Ephraim E. en berg,
brother of the bru'e. a ;-actuate
ot the Hebrew Academy here, who
was recently ordained by Ner Is-
rael College of Baltimore
Some 200 relatives and friends,
of Miami. New York. Chicago, Bal-
timore. Hartford. Conn and Ro-
chester. N.Y., attended Th Ki bergs and Mr. and Mr? .ludah
Shultz. parents of the grot n. are
known for their Tany
dedication to the cause ol
education.
Following their weddmc trip, the
couple w ill be at home at 9
Parkway, Brooklyr. NY
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FROM time to time, many of you
ask questions concerning dif-
!i cent types of dress, especially
,itout jackets, capes and boleros,
lere are some of them:
Q. I am 5' 4" tall and wear a
size 14 dress. I often wonder if
the jacket dress is the best line
for me?
A. The jacket dress, especially
if in a print, will only create a
,isual impression or making you
I k shorter and heavier. The
iiasons are lirst that the print,
jn contrast to a solid, always adds
weight. Since you usually do not
vvi-h to restrict your wardrobe to
. nly solid colors, be aware of
this fact, and do not add bulk, or
visual weight, with a jacket.
The second reason is thai any
i especially a horizontal line,
ses the eye to follow it. In-
MISS ILltN GOLDBtRG
Goldberg, Shaw
Plan June Rites
Miss Kllen Joy Goldberg will he-
me .Mrs. William H. Shaw in
. ne 10, 1962 rites.
The couple's betrothal i< being
nouneed here this week by the
de elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
S d Goldberg, 2560 SW 22nd ave.
Tin siroom-to-bc is the son of
and Mrs. Milton Shaw, 235
rairway dr., .'Miami Beach.
Miss Goldberg attended Miami
" nior High School, whore she was
tnber ot Tri Beta and Sweet-
art of Sigma Rho. She went to
University of Florida, and now
i ans to graduate from the Uni-
v sity of Miami.
Her fiance is a member of Tau
1 i'-i'on Phi fraternity at the Uni- ,
t.sily of Florida, and currently
attending medical school at the
I "I M hire.
-Wad of a vertical line, which
your dress can create, you delib-
erately cut yourself visually, that
is. with the chopping line of a
jacket. This generally causes
people to think you are about ten
pounds heavier than the scale
reads.
Q. The capelette effect is quite :
prevelent now. What can it do
for my figure, and what about the
removable cape?
A. The capelette effect is con-
sidered in current lasnion, anJi'
can be quite flattering because!
it is a sott line. Care should be;
taken that it does not add bulk to I
the figurethat is uniess you are
tall and >lim enough to carry it. |
Some of the dresses have a cap
elette effect only at (he oack of
the bodice. This particular line
may be worn by almost any size
woman. The shorter woman
should be cautious about t h e
capelette effect lhaljs achieved
with the sleeves because it can
either be very soft and flattering,
or can ;:eier from the natural
beauty of her figure.
The tall woman may utilize the
tape to cut her height. Some
women are quite tall, and always
feel they are towering over others.
Too often they resort to unbecom-
ing slumped shoulders in the mis-
fatten illusion that by ha\ing poor
posture they don't look quite so
tall. They should, instead, stand
up straightbecause they have
a distinct advantage over their
shorter sistersand use the lines
of their clothes to make them
appear shorter.
t
LJERE is where the capelette is
used to its best advantage:
It will cut the tan woman s fig-
ure and take inches off her height.
In the meantime, she is dressed
in the height of fashion.
Q. Is it true that short boleros
will make me look short and
dumpy?
A. Only il you really are "short
and dumpy." The line ot the bo-
lero must cut your figureany
line going across your body will.
The desired illusion in fashion
during this era is that of being
tall and slim. Vertical lines will
help achieve this illusion
Usually the dress with the bo-
lero will emphasize this type ol
jacket by defining the line Of the
bolero with a contrasting color or
a banding. The separation of col-
or or line only causes the eye to
divide the bodyand so you must
appear shorter and heavier.
Again, the woman who finds it
just as difficult to gain weight
;i- ihe woman who tries to lose
weight, should take advantage ot
this illusion. By simply wearing
a print dress, and adding a
short, defined bolero, stie may
add several visual pounds.
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United Artists Record Company
is readying a special "Judgment
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Dec 10. The album will contain
music from the new Stanley Kram-
er production, and will also feature
narration and a few dramatic high-
lights from the film.
Produced and directed by Stan
ley Kramer. "Judgment at Nurem-
berg" premieres locally at the
Lincoln Theatre on Dec. 20.
Heading the cast arc seven of
Hollywood's top stars. Spencer
Tracy. Burt Lancaster, Richard
Widmark, Marlene Dietrich. Judy
Garland. Maximilian Schell. and
Montgomery (.'lift.
Composer Ernest Gold, whose
"Exodus" score won him an Oscar,
composed the "Judgment at Nu-
remberg" musical score.
Cohens Are
Tourir.g Florida
A form..! dinner at the Seville
hotel followed the i o'clock cere-
mony uniting Geraldim Lee Green-
hut and Martin Lcroy Cohm on
Sunday, Dec. 3. Rabb. Leon Kron-
ish officiated,
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a traditional, floor length
gown of satin with scoop neckline,
cap sleeves and fitted bodice. The
bouffant skirt featured an apron
side effect reembroidered with ir-
idescent sequins and appliqued
with alencon lace, and extended to
a chapel train. Her short bouffant
French illusion fell from a high
crown of alencon lace reembroid-
ered with sequins, and she carried
while orchids, stephanoiis and lily-
of-thevalley on a Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Joel
Greenhut. the bride's sister-in-law.
Honey Cohen, t h e bridegroom's
sister, and Judy Rainess were
bridesmaids. Mrs Sam Greenhut
was in charge of the guest book
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Greenhut. 311 N'W 198th st.,
the new Mrs. Cohen is a graduate
oi North Miami Senior High and
attended Palm Beach Junior Col-
lege.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr and Mrs. Herman Cohen, 911
NE 158th st. His brother. Richard
Cohen, served as best man. and
Joel Greenhut, the bride's brother.
Gerald Babbitt and Anthony Wink-
ler served as ushers.
An alumnus of Miami Roach Sen-
ior High and Palm Beach Junior
College. Mr. Cohen is art director
ol the United Fund.
After a wedding tour of Florida,
the young couple will make then-
home in North Miami Beach.
Dr. Soroff to Speak
Dr. Nathanii I Soroff, of the Bu>
'' .in of '<" ish Education, ill
speak Oil "Light and Shadows m
the Human Melting Pol in the StaU
of Israel" at the bi-weekly forum
oi the Workmen's Circle Peril/.
School on Tuesday evening at the
school. 1545 SW 3rd st.
Golda Meir Club
Meets Tuesday
Pioneer Women. Golda Meir
Club, will meet Tuesday evening
at Beth El Congregation.
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president,
said that the brief business session
will be followed by a program dedi-
cated to membership
This will be in conjunction with
the current citywide membership
drive recently declared by Miami
Beach .Mayor Kenneth Oka.
Mrs. Miriam Halpern, vice pres-
ident and membership chairman,
will conduct the program. Mrs.
William Beckwith, overall member-
ship chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Council of Pioneer Women,
will extend greetings.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mil-
ton Green, president of the local
Council. A musical presentation
will follow.
Hostess at a social hour will be
Mrs. Irving Sachs, in honor of her
husband's recovery from a recent
illness. Mrs. Pushkin will act as
co-hostess. Mrs. Esther Calchm.m
will be in charge of the social hour.
flection Meeting Monday
Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi will
hold an election meeting Monday,
8 p.m.. at the Strath Haven hotel.
'Girl's Best friend'
Temple Sinai will present "Rom-
ans are a Girl's Best Friend" on
Saturday evening at North Miami
High School auditorium Don John-
son will appear as .Mark Anthony
and Vicki Dunn as Cleopatra.
The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend
The Dedication of the Completely Remodeled Building of
Congregation Anshe Ernes
and the Installation of Officers
on Sunday, Dcember 10th at 7 P.M.
Rabbi Simon April Will Officiate
2533 SW. 19th Avenue, Miami
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Friday, December 3. \%\
The Courier
National conference of State of I>racl Bonds, upcoming here in late
February, will feature American premiere of the Dior-Israel Fashion
S Which was a highlight ol world showing in Paris a coup'- of
weeks ago Dr. and Mrs. Periti Scheir.berg attended a community
h. en seminar on the United Nations m New York City last Friday.
i i d-renowned neurologist on tin faculty of the University of
v Fabien Sevitiky will conduct t u University of Miami Sym-
pbonj Orchestra's eagerly-awaited per; mance with ageless Jack
Benny on Feb. 20 at Miami Beach Convention Hali. This is Jack's
yt: business
Da^jJ Dubinsky of [LGWU. and Zalman J. Licenstein, ol the Jew-
ish Labor Committee, will speak Tuesday at the Sen'or Citizens rally
at the B ditorium William L. Shirer, writing in current Look
ii n ne, says five million Jews would have died in a Nazi concentra-
tion camp in New Jersey if the United States had lost World War II.
t credits Japanese with a far more lenient attitude in his mythical
verdict oi the war Dr. Robert Gordis, who has appeared in the
"Living Book" sine- sponsored by the Jewish Theological Seminary
oi America, has been appointed Seminary Professor of Bible Judge
Na'.vm Englardtr was featured speaker ;.t Barcelona hotel luncheon
marKing 10th anniversary of Miami Beach Jewish Home for Retarded
Children, towards which Ella Wallman has labored so hard these many
years Cantor Joe Malek, recently-named co-chairman with Jack Fish-
man cf Zionist Luncheon Club, sang in honor of Israel Silver-man's 87th
birthda>.
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith has tapped former Beach
V it Mayor Burnett Roth a- chairman of the board and Temple Israel
president Sam A. Goldstein as chairman of its executive committee
for forthcoming year. Election will take place Dec. 17 at the Algiers
hotel Hank Bems will discuss "Can Democracy Survive" on Mon-
day. 8:30 p.m.. at Normandy Isle Branch of Washington Federal. Sat-
urday n ghl the sponsoring Citizens Action League holds its first social
event, a buffet supper, al home of Mrs. Revy Balkin Burt Haft
and Jack Gaines, oi Haft-Gaines, were invited by Life magazine to
attend the NAHB show in Chicago this week Chuck Hall has been
( I chairman of 1962 Dade March of Dimes carpOaign .
Bi'! Singer doing an outstanding job as president oi Industrial
De\elopment Council which is attempting to create "an image oi
wi n as the most important single (actor in attracting new industry
i( Greater Miami." Metro chairman Bob Ksverfield and Miami Mayor
Bob H'.-jh have pledged full cooperation If Singer can transmit his
l(. -hip as effectively as he does to his successful Royal Castle oper-
.( the sky's the limit for this long-overdue project Tcehnion has
set : a special English language department for advanced agricul-
tural engineering courses for African and A.-ian students, and Hebrew
t niversitj of Jerusalem has mapped courses in English and French
L.; students from the emerging nations in its college ol medicine.
E. J. Scheaffer has nailed down the advertising account for Monroe
county Brad Sherman heads WCKR's expanded news operation
featuring helicopter traffic surveys Sonny Hirsch and Joe Tanenbaum
the station a powerful sports punch as well Mrs. Samuel J.
Stone represented Miami Heart Institute at the national convention of
I spital Auxiliaries in Atlantic City. Other active leaders in the
I rt Institute include Mrs. Seymour Fine, Mrs. Anna Denmark and
medical technologist Sanford L. Adler .
Yeshiva University's coming of age. Its own alumni not the
"subway" variety have joined 300 strong in an Alumni Century Club
to support the school's growth Ray R. Eppert, president ot the Bur-
i hs Corporation, in town for preview in latest in visible record com-
puter systems at First National Bank of Miami's new Electronic l'ro-
I irst to announce hike in interest rates upcoming Jan. 1 He
was national public relations chairman for Sen. Estes Kefauver's suc-
cessful bid Icr vice presidential nomination in 195ti.
Join} Char^ka
CeSebraKcn Set
A jo!nt Chan
Iran,:: will be hi by A
Israel Hebrew ] ... ,. .
Club, Sicterhood ...i ,-,. 0"
ganizations on Sunday, 7 i ;) m
. 78ii Carlyle avc. ''
Dr. Isaac Evei v
master for the evi
vhuh vfrtl include p
songs
President of I \ i i,,|, is
Herman Weintr, i;(),e
Siegfried is Sis m
< toast-
'Sran,
i
;>nafc
George Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pythias, held a breakfast
Sunday at Harfenist restaurant. Left to right are Joseph
Malek; Sydney Mund. grand secretary of New York State;
Saul M. Jarrett, chancellor commander; and Metro Commis-
sioner Harold Spaet, who acted as master of ceremonies.
Program also included Eddie Schaeifer, Rev. Fred Behner, and
Rabbis Morton Malavsky and Nathan Sfard. The lodge is
presently embarked on a membership campaicn, and meets
the second and fourth Monday of the month.
Mr. and Mrs. Unit
SSates Party
Mr and Mrs. .
Jewish Congi ess
( hanuka pm > -. ,-ening
in the Beth David .-'.. <
SVY 3rd ave.
Rabbi Jonah
-peaker and will discuss '! Mac.
rabean's Chattel -.
World."
Mrs Sarah P. K.
;>i the program ei if th
.roup is Lewi- Sti
Humphrey Urges Kennedy to Make
Fu!! Tour of Latin American Nations
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey < D-
Minn. I said Tuesdaj n -lit in Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium that he is
recommending to Presidenl Ken-
nedy that he visit not jtisi briefly
in Latin America, but to make "a
full 'our ol every maj r nation ot
Latin Amerk..
Addn ss ng .. civil I irum spon-
sored by Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn., the Senate
This scribe went to Gotham for 48 hours and discovered again that
New Y' rk I- no place for a Miamian in the winter. Twice, we nearly
! t our overcoat as we scurried to meetings, which included friendly
encounters with Israeli Foreign Minister Golda Meir, resting at the
E ex House between arduous UN sessions; Sam Rothberg, dyanmic
he; : of Israol Investors Corporation, who will be in Miami Beach in
February for Israel Bonds and American Friends of Hebrew Univer-
sit; national conclaves; and many of the nation's outstanding Jewish
leaders who can not wail to warn, up under our ever-present sunshine
.... American Council for Judaism has sent out a news release blam-
i: the troubles of Moroccan Jewry on "Israeli-Zionist propaganda.''
Letterhead lists Herbert U. Feibelman and Herbert E. Steiner, of Mi-
ami. Leo Hammer, ol Ft. Lauderdale. and Alvin J. Lirdenberg, of
Hollywood, as members of national advisory board Release eon-
i "Nevertheless, the Zionists are winning Onlv an elevi th
ri versa! of present trends will S~e the situation and present the
tr: .ii uprooting of thousands ol our fellov Jews from a homeland
ii has oeen theirs for 2.000 years!" (Exclamation point is ours.)
American Jewish Congress biennial survey of state anti-bias legis-
lation shows 21 stales passed 39 laws this year on anti-discrimination,
a quantitative record Rep. James Roosevelt will be featured speak-
er at Dec. 17 Israel Bond dinner in Hollywood. Same night Sen. Wayne
Morse sneaks at Hebrew Academy dinner honoring affable Maurice
Revitz, with Leonard Rosen and J. A. Cantor the hustling co-chairmen.
National Conference of Christans and Jews has set night of Feb. |
19 for its annual dinner Hebrew University has Feb. 17 and 18 |
for its Miami Beach dinners Samuel T. Sapiro tells us Cedars of
Lebanon already running at 70 percent occupancy, an outstanding
feat for a couple of weeks in business That Dec. 23 gala for Mt.
Sinia, seems a sure -ell oni
. ar.
Democratic Whip, who has just re-
lume., from a three-week visit with
Latin American leaders, said that
lh< greatest export we could make
to our neighbi rs to the South this
year would be such a visit (rum
President and Mrs. Kenned}
"Such a visit," he said, "would
signal that the United Staies con-
siders the Alliance for Progress
a major program of historic im-
portance, that we intend it to
have in Latin America the same
impact that the Marshall Plan
had in Western Europe.
"it would be an unmistakable
demonstration that the U.S. is
in earnest, that we intend to keep
our full commitment to our neigh-
bors to the South, and the presi-
dential visa would have dramatic
results in terms of strengthening
Latin American confidence and be-
Let in the economic future ol Latin
America.''
At the same time. Sen Hiimph-
r< > proposed a major new Ameri-
can program'he establishment ol
an Inter-American Free Trade
Area"a Common Market for the
Western Hemisphere which would
become an equal partner with the
European Common Market, and
which would protect the legitimate
interests of our Latin American
neighbors, who rely so heavily up-
on their exports of raw materials
to the vast industrial complex ol
Western Europe."
The Minnesotan said that he in-
tends to take up this propo-al with
the President upon his return to
Washington shortly. Prior to mak-
ing his Latin American tour. Sen.
Humphrey visited Western Europe,
holding numerous conversations
with the top European leadership
responsible for the development ol
the European Common Market
Looking at the Cuban crisis, the
Senator said that "Castroism anel
Communism in Latin America can
be put on the run. and 1 am very
optimistic about it."
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'Nfoh? wsfh Opera' Function Here
Oiiice:s ar.d members of United Synagogue
Youth of Temple Zion will present the Sabbath
. ce end Oneq Shabbat at the Temple on
day. Tcp row are Terry Grossman, chap-
iain; Victor Deutchman, assistant chaplain;
Sam Harris publications vice president; Sam
Harris, jr., religious committee. Bottom row
::r^ Ann Weiss, treasurer; Marcia Imber, re-
cording secretary; Elaine Levin, coordinating
vice president; Sheila Levine, president; Rae
Weiss, program vice president; Deborah Pen-
ick. corresponding secretary; and Rabbi Al-
fred Waxman, spiritual lecder of Temple Zion.
Not shewn are Mark Shapiro, membership
vice president; Susan Samuels, fund-raising
vice president; and Paul Levine. religious
committee. The USY chapter will a'.so hold a
Chanuka dance Saturday evening at the
Temple.
Lovely enseml les irn as
well as sung and hea
cenl "Night with the Opei
Beth David Congregati
IliiiKii-.irv chairman! Mrs Ji
Balogh, chose .1 yellow cashmere
creation, Mrs. Har I I Kau
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collar hi hi iik beadin 1 This
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1 se coolie coat all hand-embroid
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Mrs Kaufman pur
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around ihe-world cruise
Mrs. Marshall Maj ir chose a
green beaded sheath with a match-
ing three-quarter length cocktail
coat. Mrs. Leon Levin's silk prim
was from Italy, with the vibrance
of the colors a tribute to the Italian
maker's art.
Mrs Phillip Seluff chose a red
Oriental brocade sheath. Purple
satin was the choice ol Mrs Mi-
chael Covin, Her sheath featured
a matching waist-length ja< k<
The cl issic shirtwaist stj le. this
time in shocking pink, v as worn bj
Mrs. Louis Goldman. Mrs. Arthur
Pekelner's white lace was waist-
wrapped with a black taffeta cum-
merbund.
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The Steins also have two other
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Friday, December 8, 13SI
Lawrence Master*

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Carol B/oo.-n
Ann Seherr
Leonard Siegal
William Bernard
Jeffrey HiUman
As a gift to sub-cribers. The Jewish Fioridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a 33r or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of B'acksrcne Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
MichM! Minor
Rabbi Norman V Shapiro will
iMiciate at the Bar Mitzvah Ol M:
c tiael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
vlmor. during Saturday morning
services, Dec. 9. at Beth David.
An eighth grade student at Shell-
andoah Junior High, Michael plays
the trumpet and is a sports enthus-
iast.
Hifl parents will sponsor the Kid-
dush at the conclusion ol the cere-
mony.
*. *
Leonard Siegal
Celebration of the Bar Mitzvah
ol Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack I. Siegal. 500 No. Shore dr..
M IS observed Saturday. Dec 2. at
T mple Menorah. Kabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiated.
Leonard is a student at Nautilus
Junior High. Luncheon reception
in his honor was held on Sunday
in the Barcelona hotel.
William Berman
William, son of Mt and Mrs
Theodore Berman. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Dec. 9, at the Minyonaires
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at Ponce de Leon
Junior High, and a fifth year He-
brew school student
Kiddush in his honor will follow
services.
-
David Brody
Saturday morning services. Dec.
J, at Temple Menorah will include
Left to right (standing) are Michael Patipa and Eli Mizxahi.
Seated (left to right) are Marsha Ball, Joshua Z. Stadlan and
Miriam Geiger. The younq students are winners of the He-
brew High School Book Review Contest.
Rabbi Schiff on Radio
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will dis-
cuss the festival of Chanuka over
radio station WGBS on Sunday.
10:45 a.m. Rabbi Schiff is spirit-
ual leader of Beth Kl Congrega-
tion
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the Bar Mitzvah of David Earl,
-on ol Mrs. Doroth> Brcdy. 7411
C'arlyle ave.. with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating.
David is a student a; f.auldus
Junior High. A dinner reception
in his honor will be held Saturday
evening at the Algiers hotel.
*
Gary Ruc!t
Saturday morning services. Dec.
9, at Israelite Center will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Gary, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rudt. 7771 SW
21st St., with Rabbi Morton Malav-
sky officiating.
Gary is a student at West Miami
Junior High and the Centers reli-
gious school He is an outstanding
diver, and studies Judo.
The religious ceremony will be
followed by Kiddush in the Social
Hall.
Lawrence Masters
Temple Beth Am will be the site
of the Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence
Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos
eph Masters, on Saturday morn-
ing. Dec. 9, with Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard officiating.
Lawrence attends South Miami
Junior High and plays cornet in the
school concert band. He belongs
In Beth Am's You'h Group, and is
interested in tishing and football
His parents will honor him at
Kiddush following the ceremony,
and at a reception in their home.
6201 SW 61st St.. in the evening.
Contest Winners
To be Seen on TV
Winner-, of the Book Review Con-
test of the Hebrew High School of
the Bureau ol Jewish Education
will appear on television Sunday,
taking over the time of "The Still
Small Voice" sponsored by the Rab-
binical Assn. of Greater Miami.
om ch. 7 at 10 a.m.
Appearing will be Marsha Ball,
first prize. Miriam Geiger, second;
Eli Mizrachi. third; Michael Pati-
pa, fourth; and Binnie Summer
tilth. Fnzes will he awarded
courtesy of Joshua Stadlan.
The program will include a
panel discussion on book reviews
and secondary Jewish education,
with Louis Schwartxman, execu-
tive director of the Bureau, as
moderator. Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
of Beth El Congregation, will in-
troduce the program.
At a recent meeting of Jewish
congregational preschool teachers,
plans were outlined for an annual
workshop to be held Jan. 17 to Feb.
7 on Wednesday evenings.
Carol Bloom
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will of-
ficiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Carol
Bess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William L. Bloom, during Saturaay
morning services. Dec. 9. at Tem-
ple Judea.
Carol is an eighth grade student
a! Ponce de Leon Junior High. an-J
is an ardent swimmer, diver and
horse back-rider
Her parents will honor her at
the Kiddush and a reception in
their home. 5720 Maggiore St..
Coral Gables
s *
Jeffrey Hillman
Jeffrey, son of Mrs. Mildred Hill-
man, will be Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday morning services. Dec.
9. at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate and pre-
sent him with the Bov Scouts of
America Ner Tamid Award.
The celebrant, an eigh
^tirrient at Nautilus Junior H
is a member of the sen
cert band.
A luncheon in hi> h
held at the Algier- hoi
I ceremony
Ann Seherr
Bas Mitzvah of A:
daughter of Mr an I M -
rence Seherr. will be obser
day evening. Dec 8, a- Bel
with Rabbi Norman V S
ficiating.
Ann is an eighth grade
at Shenandoah Junior Hig
is a member of the Student I
and of Future Teacher- >: \
ca
Her parents will I' -' hi i
Shabbat at the concluMor. ol I
services.


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Friday. December 8. 1961
Southwest Center
Elects Sparaga
Recently-elected president of
hwest Jewish Center is Mur-
Sparaga.
Active in Center and Temple
\. ik since he came here from
saic, N.J.. 14 years ago, Spa-
is a member of Temple .lu-
i !:rotherhood. Miami Hebrew
School Men's Club, and served on
i oard of Temple Zion.
\ participant in Judge Wayne
s Little Theatre Group." he
;ei designer and stage man-
r for plays at Beth Sholom. and
mi Hebrew's production of
Jazz Singer."
her t lected officers are Harry
lan and Hy Horowitz, vice
Chuck Esterman, l'i
i reti ;: Mrs. Rose Lieb.
.....set et a r y: Mrs
Blen, recordi itary:
n asurer.
asserl ritual;
.. a ion;
stein, building chairman;
I ram directoi
bu Iget; Mrs.
E e gel, publicity; Jerrj
bulletin; Mrs. Betty Bai-
- USY; Ben Kubenstein. in-
nt; Milton Miller, legal; Eu-
. < Dondes, Al Blen and Murray
in, members-at-large; and Joe
'. :.]. house chairman.
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Committee members discuss the Temple N*r Taimd Sister-
hood annual luncheon. "Fashions in Eternal Li-hi, held Wed-
nesday noon in the Sk'ar Auditorium. Left to right are Mrs.
Henrietta Fine, vice president, ways and means; Mrs. Jack
v, program chairman; Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, Sisterho< !
president; Mrs. Max Raskin, luncheon chairman; Mrs. Esther
Kastan, ticket chairman. The program featured fashions by
Velma's end furs by Mr. Herman.
Eleventh Group, Ksnneret, Joins WmA
Chapter of Hadassah Programs Here
Member Lunch
At Ner Tamid
Ner Tamid Sisterhood paid-up
membership luncheon will bv held
on \V( ln< lay noon in Sklar \
torium.
A playlet, Around t'c World
with S'sterhood," directed t. Mrs.
Louis Gshen, will tc prct*>d.'
Admission is paid-up dues ol the
current year. New members are
welcome.
Mrs. Jack Greenberg, vice presi-
dent of membership, is in marge
of arrangements. Co-chairman is
Mrs. Yvette Silbergi r
On the committee are Mesi ames
Fred Deutsch, Michai. Glazier
Rita Goldman, Eugene Lai
< ohen, William Keats, Ben-
Reading Class Tuesday
Dane Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion Hebrew reading class will be
hel I Tuesday al 8 p.m followed
9 p.m by (he adull discussion
group whose topic will be "How
Can We Combat Anti-Semitism?"
Actor to be Featured
Coral chapter of the American
Center al Denver will meet
Wednesday, 10 a.m., at the Park
L.mc cafeteria. Featured guest
will be actor Jay Kobinson.
jamin Linde, Jack Bernstein, and
Moses Wolfe.
Mrs. Irving Bergcr is member-
ship cha:rman. Mrs Murraj A.
Shaw is preside nl
Rcbbi Richard M. Leviton
wes formally installed as
new spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauder-
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groups. Mrs. Howard Turchin has
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* *
On Monday, nine groups will
hold post-Chanuka celebrations.
Kadimah group's president, Mrs.
Milton Weinstein. has called an
"integration" meeting for officers
and members. 10 a.m.. at the
home of Mrs. Sylvan Kaye. finan-
cial secretary. 1270 NW 192nd st.
Co-hostesses will be the newly-
elected officers. Mrs. Henrietta
Denkin. membership; Mrs. Sheldon
Roth, secretary; and Mrs. Elias
Lashman. program.
Menorah group entertains with a
games party at 10 a.m., at Hillel
House, University of Aliami cam-
pus. In the spirit of Chanuka.
latkes and coffee will be served.
Menorah's study group meets on
.he third Tuesday of each month,
concentrating on the Bar Kochba
papers recently discovered in Is-
rael. Mrs. Jerome Corn will dis-
play paintings and other forms of
Israeli art.
* *
Aviva group will give a "Latke
Lu-WOW" for paid-up members at
the home of Dr. David Gair. 7240
S\V I26tll -: a; 11:30 a.m. Guest
of honor will be Cantor Sheldon
Kodner. of Temple Beth Am, So.
Miami. In addition to his musical
programs, he will conduct a sin^
along" with the audience.
* *
Albert Einstein group will pre-
sent an atternoon with Ruth Fore-
man at Congregation" Yehudah
Moshe at 12:30 p.m. Miss Fere
man. director of Studio M. will
appear with Jay Kobinson. who
was featured in the movie. "The
Rose." Mrs. Harvey Sherman is
program chairman;
t
Mt. Scopus group w II accent Ha-
dassah Medical Organization and
Medical Center at the Coral Gables
Women's Club. 1001 Ponce de-
Leon blvd.. at 12:30 p.m Musical
program will be followed by a des-
sert luncheon.
Torah group will have as its
guest Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. who
will review "Woman of Valor" at
Pythian Hall, 4601 W. Flagler st..
at 12:30 p.m.
>
Chai group will hold a Chinese
lauction lor the benefit of Hadas-
Isah Medical Supplies at 8 p.m. An
j educational program is planned,
featuring the Young Judaea Dance
. Group. The event will be held at
! Beth Torah Congregation. 1051 N.
| Miami Beach blvd.
r a
Naomi group will have a post-
IChanuka party at Petersons res-
taurant. 7140 SW 8th st., at 8 p.m.
! An official welcome will be ac-
corded to the Israeli singer, Moshe
i Griver. He will also conduct a
"sing along" with audience par-
ticipation.
> a
Chaim Weizmann group will
celebrate Chanuka and Henrietta
Szold's birthday anniversary with
a traditional candlelighting. The
| dramatic group Will present a
reading of "So Much to Tell." fol-
lowed by a musical program.
On Thursday. Dec. 14, at 8 p.m..
Tikvah g.oup will celebrate Chan-
uka at the home of Miss Bea Teit-
ler. 6357 SW 14th st. Members will
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Friday, De:-
eft to righl are Mrs. Irving Matlin as Rebec- devotion
ca service Mrs L kird ar.d Mrs. Stuart initiation
I mstein as Naomi ar.d Ruth fidelity),
cr.d Mrs. Stanley Lambert cs Queer. Esther
They are shown at recent mass
oi B r.ci B'rith Women here ct the
Deauville hotel.
Gables JWV Unit
To Mark Chanuka
Mur-
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In Weekend Fete
Mesiorali Youth
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Lour.^e ot Temple Menorah.
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Furmae. ar.il S:rr, Granofl Fol
ing the dinner, thej "'
late Friday evening -< > .ices in Uie
Mam Sanctuary.
Presidents of the -o groups.
Barbara Seuai and Michael L
sky. will deliver sermonettes
the mea: hanuka
On Saturday morning, the group*
v. i.l attend synag n .< -
Marilyn B r
Susar Rubel. Gilben
K renblit. Charles Lindenbaum
and Martii Krovetz ill pa
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Sandy Baroi '
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.. : Schiff. pres
the con n. Mrs :
Max Jacobson pres ent I Sister
hood, and Dr Mi iris Kleiman.
ident of the Men Club, will
extend messages of welcome.
gnized b> local TV
his ai es "S io 0
Kraft Th atre*'
>pe< ial, "Seasons of Y uth
The youthful comedian has the
unique distinction of Saving woo
the coveted "Verncn Rice" and
' Obie" awards for his comedy
improvisations in New York's
"The Premise."
"-tar Rappaport. newly-elected y\r Baron, still I twen-
president of the Greatei Miami .. k rote and ret
Jewish Cemetery \--~ announce- selling corned} record albums, in-
cluding "Ow Mouths of
Babes and "Pr sidentu
Cemetery Group
To Install Officers
that the annual dinner and instal-
lation of officers will take place
Anita Bcberg ravishing Hollywood movie star, in Rome for installed are Leo Meyer and c,...
a picture assignment, 'leads Mcrcello Mastrotanni, a news- t Shaw, vice president Nathan j
peperman covering her visit, a merry chase through the
Eternal City in La Dolce Vita." opening Tuesday at the Mi-
ami, Mircc'ie end 163rd Street Theatres. The film is recom-
enced icr adults only.
give the best mot the cheapest
Send a Prize Pack!
1/2 Bushe! Deluxe
U.. =1 Citrus, Box Parties. $^75'
Baj Pecans, 2 Jars Jellies *
I n r
FLORIDA FRUIT
PACKERS & SHIPPERS, INC. -
rz ~t- y COOOE1 S
261 N.W. 36 St. PI 4-9616 L
|Meil and Phone Orders Prawatly Shiap
Not a
PRICE Pack
Wite" \M Pa:
"a*te Tm D '-*ce
Thursday evening. Dec 14. at the Conterence."
Sterling hotel. He joined the n ster of perform-
Other officer! to be ers < Murray Fr.-. after his
movie stint in "The Young Doc-
Ginsberg, secretary, and Hymar.
Chabner. treasurer.
Board of directors include Mor-
ris B Frank. Abraham Pepper.
Philip Berkowitz. Morton E>
Robert Schweitzer. George Bass.
Samuel Kostcfi Hyman P. Galout
and Mr- Samuel Geltner.
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
owns and operates Mt. Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery and the
h Seetior. of Woodlawn Park
Cemetery Const ituent members ar?
Cor.. id, Congre-
gation Beth Y.i. Miami Hebrew
and >.-terhc<-d Che
sed She! Erne-
Guest spiritual leaders for the
evening will be P.aobis Solomon
Schiff. Tiber Stern and Norman
Shapiro SANDY IAV0N
; 3i*
Mik by K/W
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PARKER
"PARDKERS"
SET
$095
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other ball
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refx-1 rr
bands in B sttra
colors.
A Wtletme, Uatfdi
BARNETT'S OFFICE
SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT
228 N.L 59th S"eet-Miomi
Tel. PI 4-3457
134 N.L 1st Strtt-Midwi
Tel. FR 3-573*
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1608 Washington Ae.-Miomi Beat*
Tel. JE 8 7205
GABIES STATIONERS
123 GiroUo Ave.- TeL Hi 3-1633
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Friday. December 8. 1961
^Jenisfi ncridlii&r)
Page 15-B
Ben Gurion Off on Visit to Burma
TEL AVIV (JTA- Prime
Minister Djv;d Ben-Gurion left
Monda) lor an official state Visit
t,, Burma during which he will con-
fer with Burma's Premier U \n
Finance Minister Levi E>hkoi will
serve as "Acting Premier during
Mr. Ben-Gurion's absence, in a pre-
pared sta emen! before his tlepurt-
ure, the Premier declared :
"I am leaving (or a new country
but no" a strange one In all of
Asia, there is no more friendly na-
tion to Israel than Burma. Israel
and Burma are two old countries
pith oH histories which renewed
i .11 independence in 19. Both
are democratic and both follow the
-1me principle in foreign relations
promoting f---"idlv relations and
mutual aid with all peace-loving
countries irrespective of their in-
ternal regimes and without injur-
ing the interests of any other coun-
try, loyal t> international coopera-
tion base,! on United Nations prin-
ciples.
"Burma naa proved her adher-
ence to this policj when she pro-
moted friendly ties with Israel.
while, at the same time, maintain-
ing friendly relations with the
Vrab countries "
Noting the recent election of
Burma's United Nations delegate
l' Thant to 'he post of UN Secre-,
tary General. Mr. Ben-Gunon re-,
ailed the visits to Israel by Pre-
mier U Nu a:id Burma's Chief of
Staff Ne Wing. In 1959. he said.
it was President Ben-Zvi who visit-
id Burma "Now,"" he said "it is!
my turn. I am sure I shall meet
true friends of Israel in Burma."
The Premier was seen off at the
airport by all members of the Cab-
inet. He was expected to arrive in
Burma on Tuesday.
George Gershwin Auxiliary
Ladies' Auxiliary. George Gersh-
win Lodge, Knights of Pythias, will
hold a meeting Monday evening at
the Shelborne hotel, to be followed
by cards and mah jongg.
Emma Lazarus Party
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a games
party at the home of Mrs. David
Parks. 8:30 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'K is I1KRK11V UIV'KN tha.*
Hi. unriei l ii. i ill li nc ma ik in
biisim.-. until r ll i : nu of
KHORK || \ KKIIV S.tt -'ii
St i .,1. v .. n l-'lii |ni iln i
Istel ii ,1 ii i in, .. i h iii- 'ler ia
rircull i ,,!--
Ida
I ,v ,\l l!AK i!::'.
Ih i mln .i-ni
xmrri:. \ym* & hitt
Attoi ii-.. .- fin K ft M ll ii
I- .,ii iiln i-urn
11 Mi S IV I -
Mil..... IN I
l2,'S-lR-22-*J
mUUS I. PtRLMUTTtX
Julius Perlmutter Dies Here at 51
Julius J. Jerlmutter. 51. of 2121
Lake ave., Sun.-et Island 4. died
here suddenly on Tuesday.
Mr Perlmutter. prominent in
local civic affairs, was a member
ot the American. Florida. Dade
EDWAHO A STERN
. i if :,.. a *th si 'i- i Noi 26
H hi hei III am froi Cln-
, i retire v u -a'e
j .lit..-' !: a ISml Hawi
..i the Mahl Shrii Sun vlng i
Iii- Ife, At. .-. i i i.-In, v. Mr*
Helen IVts; brothi r, Arthur: a
- -
ill-.n >r:\|. *..... N .- ill River-
hi .- u houglug r,l.
MRS RE3ECCA SHAPIRO
<".. ,.t ive die i Nov '-''
- years ago I
.New N nrk. .- Ivlng I da htei
Mrs, irl W.l'miin mil tw son*,
tferv i, Mere N >i 2< In Rh Idi
Mi nun l.i I Chapel. Nm n indj Isle
County, and Miami Beach Bar
Assns.
A resident here for 16 years, he
was a former president of Temple
Emanu-El Brotherhood and a mem-
ber of its board. He also belonged
to Miami Beach Elks. Hibiscus
Lodge of Masons, a nd Ma hi
Shrine.
Mr. Perlmutter was atso promi-
nent and active in the affair- ot
the Orange Bowl Committee.
Surviving are his wife. Hannah:
a daughter. Regina; and son. Law-
rence. '!!
Services were Wednesday at Riv-
erside Memorial Chapel. Alton rd..
with buria! in Mt Neho Catnetery.
IN THE C'RCUIT COUR*" OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C I307S
KSTKI l.i: \l VVKSSi >N,
I 'hum .;i.
v.-.
I! KNRY HI'lli i \\ ::-.-' i\
I'. n.I ml
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Ti>. HKXRY HI i;. i W i.-- \
Residence l' kunw n
Yull are hereb) i lat a Ci inf.
lilnint f..r divorce has b Hied
agalnsl roil n th. i lurl
li> ESTE1.LK M u ':-.- 'N i hi
i re required to i ..-... v ,.n-
Answer w othei idi i Una to thi C im-
plaint mi Plaintiff'* ittori n
N. M.i. Ii,. n. II. :.i| Biscayne P.ldg.,
vi ami, Klo Ida, .hi. tl O iulnal
Answer nr Pleading I
the i 'lei k of the .,i-\- st) id i n
or Is fon tit. 8th d:i ... iry,
1982: i.theru i-. idgn I '.. ii nill
v\ill be take Lguiti* he
relief .1.....'indeil
i 'ate ; thin 6th daj I I ......
K B l.i: VTHI lit \\
Clerk of (' |
Is \t l,Y M \.
I >.
12/8-1 -22-19
HARMY nuvtNS
',.;. of 71-0 nd:ai i k dr Miai I
.ii. N :_ He hare
hi \ --.i h ^ n. ... \ irk ani
w ~ i a r. Hi waa
.r all the \ -th li
; -i Mi-
ni i I ,
i;. .i. i: v i -
Beail Pad
hi n M -:.-.:.
\ \ in- I *'i| He ran,
i lauuhti t .-
and aTand ware
N .\ 2i In Riverside 'hapi
\
SOLOMON SPITALNIK
-.. ..f \. .i v\ a ave lied Noi
21 He i hi re 211 i irs ...
Au trln, ..i : !- i mi P.eth
. 'onsrea < I Ion. He Is -
hi .' ihter. Mi- [.in i s
. weri \ \ -' Rlv erslde
M. in Douglas r
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
Nuiii'it is HKRHPY aiVKN that
.-. n
-I i .(
CI.AYTI 'N I.NTKKN '
N.W ll'n I Avenue. Mini
lends I ,
of t Dade
Count}. r ii
Al.PKKI i. in :
rcmvARn ii T':i-.::i
A I tol i .-> foi i>wi
.: \ k :rd SI
Mi.nut Shore.-
' I- '.-22-89
Young Judaea Group which meets regulcrly Monday nights
c.t Beth Torah Congregation rehearses for one of the highlights
of the four-day Young Judaean conclave which will take place
=t Ccmp Owa.3sa Bauer. Participants ifrora upper left to
r^ght) are C-.eryl Ravitz, Alice Rose, Sharon Zimmerman,
Linda Gibiiie, Wendy Eisenstcdt, Bonnie Engel. Ellen Liebman.
Carol Shweky, Deanne Shwartz, Ellen Ball, Barbara Blum,
end Sondra Levy, leader. The group won the Young ludaean
Achievemeut Award last June.
JACOB RAUBFOGEL
I vi. i .. MI'imi
Sov 24 !( i.im
:i years aKi from Phoeittxvllle, i'a..
ind wus i rel -i I el i lie S irvlvlng
n. ii ~ wife, liertruoe, .. von. Manual:
i brother, th slot era. anJ
jruT'.'i. hii-i.'.-:.. Service* were N v -;
at Riverside Memorial Chapel, t)mg-
i. i with burial In Mt. Ni bo I
1,T\
MRS. MAMIE JACKSON
Sli, of 800 Wu.-hiiut ,n u.e, I Nov.
She came here l.'i yearn ato, wai*
active In commui:lt; affairs on Mi-
ami Beach, and was awarded a cit-
izenship plan, "i b> the then
suite Sen Jack Orr Hurvlvlni are
two sons, Harold and David; and two
ilaUaThters, Mi> Piossie Me'linn an,I
\li>. VV'llma l-j-in^.T. Service* were
\..i i'i in Riverside Memorial Chanel,
Alton r,l
SAL RAMACLI
.. ... \ ... 5th ti
I le i fr -ii'
Mlne.il i. \ V hi.i u... '.'
ty den ler an I;
a aa chairman of thi E ...
' the .\......i Rein h
Realtors, anil membi r
''! .'. and i Pi How Su
'i a ii- Til! i : \ i three
iilina \'i-- Ivir-ith.i
Ra" i -11 '' l >:
sisters ii I s'\ ai indvhlldri
,\ .: n i rionloii f
LILLIAN I COLE
..>. ..f 1287 I .-! I .lie.I N iv 22 Sh.
came here ... \ i ., l I \
. .ii.- N Y.. and was i
Temple lruel, i IKT and I i last ih
She serv ed is vice presiJi
Women s liivli thi i iber ..
.'i.inm. I-. .. Surfside, H
and Ra> Harbor Island, :. .i was pres-
ident ..i the 9urr-Bal-!l u I.I
^.-s" Shi served as president of th-
in, uula.- fiardens Jewish Home tor the
Aged junior auxiliary nn-l w i^ i-:- ti I
honorary life president, and was
chairman of th< I'nlted Punri ol I'.:..
Harbor Island. Surviving are her hus-
band, Louis: two sons, Robert and
Suinle) : two daughters, Mrs, ran.I
Hear and Mrs, Leslie Sadler; her par-
ents, two hroiher?. and a sister Serv-
ices were Nov. 21 In Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. Normandj i-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Si (TICK IS In IRKI '
Ihe undi rsis ned, desiring to I i
i.
ol MllDKRN v-- VTKS .' IS 21
-i^'.-ii Avel
ntends I
with the i'!. rl .1"
l '...|.
IIKORI'.K W V. MM :MAN
VOX ZAMKT & Kl!
.
I U I.n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\< i'i ll'K IS I I ".
ihe iiiel.-i'-i-n. il, desiring to
business inder the flctil ,:. of
I >l X1K PRISTIXr; INC v "
PLIERS al J'' N.W 39th Ave., kCt-
.iiii I-'!.i.. inten regi (
name with the Clerk >f the Circuit
Court ..i l 'ode Cn n ty, Florida.
LKSLIK r> >RR
Sola iw ner
I I'i IN VRP KAI.ISM
ailornej for Appl
i'..in Bids
IS I-lJ-22-23
MRS ETHEL TOREM
39. of 1421 Lugo ave.. Cor i ibl< >
dieil Nov. 22. She came here 'J I years
ago from Pater...n. n .i Surviving
are her husband, Harry;
Mi.-. i Hoi In \: ifl i son, six gni d
children and i b-other. Servl.-es were
Nov. *_"l In llordon Puneral
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY CdVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
i. & 8 ASSOCIATES u T72S Carljie
Avenue Miami Beach intend to reg-
later said nami with the Clerl il the
Circuit Court of Dade County, lloridu.
.li iSEPH STi iNE an i
JEANNETTESTONK
and
I.. il'IS JACKS* >N hi I
JENNIE I \ KSii.N
11 '17-2'. 12 IS
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HRREBY Ol\ EN that
the .iii.l. !-... I desiring i..... .
l.iiMtheH^ ind the fli tltln s ol
Till: PAINT I ACTORY >l P .' 'R-
, lli.\ at ith Cour
Inten Hi. registei ald
Ihe Cli 'Irt-ull i
i' .tiiii\ I*.
|:i'v AMIX LE :
i: ALBERT
Attoi n. v in \' .mt
1 102 U Klagler SI Miami
- J.-:'.'
Florida State Assn. of Mortgage Brokers held
its second annual convention recently at the
Eden Roc hotel. Seated (left to right) are
deputy mortgage commissioner. Albert r.
Melohem. Miami; Angus McCabe, newly-
installed president, Daytona Beach; Mr. Vir-
ginia Miller, Tallahassee; N. E. "Bill" Miller,
jr.. executive a distant to Comptroller, State
of Florida. Standing (left to riaht1 are all
newly-elected vice presidents: H. Barry BMS-
ler, Public Mortgage Co., Miami; Arthur Sport,
Del Ray Beach; William H. Stemper. Sanford;
Jim Kibler. secretary-treasurer, Clearwater;
Bob J. Cook, Winter Haven; and T. Hagood
Gooding. Jacksonville. Speakers included
Hamilton Strickland, chief of operations, Fed-
eral Housing Administration; Ernest Kass,
president. Insured Investors Corp.; Car ling
Stedman, assistant state attorney; Lon Worth
Crow, jr., mortgage broker; George Simon,
president, Miami Board of Realtors; and John
Gibscn, president. Business Research Center.
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY IIIVEN h I
by virtue ..i Chapter 8T ol PI ri-l.i
Statin.-.- a mutated (1941), W ire
housemen and Warehouse Ret
A-herein ACE-R.B. VAN LINES. INC.,
a l-,.riia ...i ation. Ii> virtue of its
warehouse lien, has In it- possi on
| the foIloHlng described propertj
Household floods Aa the property
of John Clark S42D 8.W 60th Kve
So. Miami: Klli Cofleld, fil'l S.W.
ll-li Terrace So. Miami: %'irgmia
Wa.shliigion. lit N.W. 9th Street, Mi-
ami: and that on the 2th daj of De-
cember, 19UI. during the legal hours
of sal.-, mainly between 11:00 fore-
noon and 2:00 In the afterno >n al
2136 ,NW. 24th Avenue, Miami. Flor-
ida, the undersigned shall offer for
ale to the hiehest biddiv for '
in han.l the above described property,
.is the property of John Clark, 6429
B.W '.'Hh Ave., So. Miami. Ella Co-
field, 1141 S.W. tl4ih Terr.i.e, So. Mi-
ami; Virginia Washington, 644 N.W.
'.ith Street, M iml
is.iled at Miami. Florida, this 27th!
day of November, 1961
ACE-R B van LINKS, [NC
12 l-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
Ni 'Tii i: IS HEREBY '' I N' that
the nu.i i-i in
bus ii -- -ii i of
DAOK WATER IN it 1047 W.
PI pi St.. Mian
ime with the C'ei
nil i -ourl .' I Count) PI irida.
Pi !:;: u VTER TS, INC.
I-. i lent
lEl H SALI.K^ .-. R PAUL
Attnrne)
Pure N '' i'rodu -
.' 12/1-8
\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 13031
RICH VRP Ji >HN V\' >UVS 1'ELLER
lllPELLAWOLFSTELLER,
I i.i'eii.lani.
NOTICE BY POBLCATION
TO: i:lSKI.I.A o|,ISTKI.l,I.H
I- Icaia i7"
l luu a.ill I. El .''
YOU ARE HBREBJf NOTIFIED that
a Complaint t I to y- l>M'n
Hied against you. A > eir
Answer must be servi i miff's
attorney, JOSEPH v^ MAl.KK, 407
Lincoln Road, Mian i Ben !;, Florida,
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the i'.r.". 'ourt in aail
for i lii'lr County, slorida, on or he-
fore th.. loth art) o( i 1^62.
Herein fall not or Deer Pi
may Be I k- r ago 11 I von for the re-
lief prayed for In thi ilnl
DATED this ".ih da) "f December,
1961. ..I Miami l'..aih, I '..: '
Florida
K P, LEATHERS) V.N
' Clerk ol Cij-CWit i 'o II
tseal) By K M I.YMAN,
Depul) Clerk
12/8-1.-22-23


?=ge IS-B
+kmto* ncrkfiv
Friday. December 8.
ONOCf TWt STtKTT ANO CONSTANT SUTStVlSJON
THE OtTBOOOI VAAD HAEASMtUTH Of MM AW Ot .SAAC H.$H M DiCTOI
PRICES IN THIS AD
EFFECTIVE THRU
1961
FRIDAY
December 15
CJANT
FREEZER SALE!
There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your
meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store.
You'H get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut
and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For
maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer now and take advantage
of these LOW. LOW, prices!
CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST!
BEEF
Forequarters
175 LB. AVERAGE
CHOICE OR PRIME +
55
C
lb.
BEEF
CHUCK
110 LB. AVERAGE
CHOICE OR PRIME
57
c
lb.
WHOLE RIB
OF BEEF
32 POUND AVERAGE
CHOICE OR PRIME
73
c
lb.
LAMB
Forequarters
25 LB. AVERAGE
49
c
lb.
BONELESS TRIMMED
BRISKET
OF BEEF
12 LB. AVERAGE
89
(
lb.
VEAL
Forequarters
50 LB.
AVERAGE
49
c
lb.
_^-
BABY
Steer Liver
10 LB. AVERAGE
45
YOUNG TOM
C
lb.
TURKEYS 59
c
lb.
16 LBS. AND UP
STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES!
NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
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MIAMI
CORAL WAY
AT S.W. 87fh AVE.
fcestc-iss'er S-opping Plan
2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
IN HOLLYWOOD
19th ST. at ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
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10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT MIAMI BEACH
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


ABE ARONOVITZ Hi ART PAVIUON
Jewish Floridian Naje; T;ree Mayo;s;? .
Historic Tnumverate at Wednesday
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Banquet
[Miami, Florida, Friday, December 8, 1961
Section C
TRADITION REPEATED
Beach High
PTA Night
The names of Mayor Robert Kin^ fourth floor, designated as the Abe
High, of Miami, and former May-Aronovitz Memorial Heart Pavit-
ors Chelsie J. Senerchia and Abe ion.
Aronovitz will torm an historic
ITA Family Night, traditional
at Miami Boach Senior High
School, lock place on Tuesday
evening.
The function included a d'n-
triumvirate in Wednesday even-
ing's benefit banquet lor Cedars ot
Lebanon Hospital.
Some GOO guests are expected to
take part in the gala ceremonies
al the Dupont Plaza hotel, starting'
at 7 p.m., honoring Mayor High
.,.. served ., | e'Vchooi cafeteria for hi "vigorous ana dedicated
from 6 to 7 p.m.. as well as con- ip of tl Aronovitz
tinuous entertainmem in the air- morial committee, and in recogni-
conditioned auditorium from 6:4: ''"" '" h" ,,,;- fvl
to 8 30 ; "
Prog .-.' ; ijnl
E. Albert Pallot, chairman of
he Cedars development fund,
and Stanley C. Myers, hospital
board chairman, jointly an-
nounced that it will take approxi-
mately SS0O,0C3 to complete the
uitra-medern heart pavilion. The
benefit dinner is expected to pro-
duce a substantial number of
pledges towards this goal.
igh the hospital was
I) by ippella choir, band,
mcdei drama groups,
.:. I student the Physical Ecu-
cation
"So( ; and dancing in the
wore scheduled for
11:30 to 9:30 p.m. Jack Lasry was
I n charm- This is PTA's only fund-
Planners for the eighth annual teen-age conclave of the taising affair. Proceeds will be
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center gathered last week u~"1 to complete the refrigeration
to make arrangements for the program scheduled for Sun- Jl *'ater coo!er* *l the sehooL
day, Dec. 1C. Representatives from 33 clubs of senior high
school age, sponsored by the Center, chose the following cc-
chaiimen: (left to right) Marilyn Kornstein, Miami Branch; Sid-
ney Stern, Miami Beach Branch; and Irene Genshaft, North
County Branch. Standing is David Eskenazi. Miami YMHA
ich director, who is again serving as conclave coordinator.
ssive heal h an : ed on Nov. 19. onl;
ams in Miami, typified >y first three floors arc in
'...; nstil itii :.- as edars ai I the remaining three floors >I
n Hospital
As an expression of apprecia-
tion, the officers and trustees of
Cedars wi'l pressnt their "Volun-
teer of Valor" Award to Mayor
High. The gold-embossed plaque
saiutes the Mayor for 'exem-
plary service and financial sup-
port" of the hospital, and for his
leadership of the Aronovitz Heart
Pavilion committee.
Retarded Children
Will Benefit
The building fund of the Miami
Beach Home and Training School
for Retarded Jewish Children will
il from the first luncheon ol
the season which as held at the
Barcelona hotel last week.
Thv occasion also celebrated
the birthdays of I.-rael Silverman
ierious examination of the What Do you Expect to get and Siegfried Geismar, life mem
controversies now in the from Your College Education?' Ibers.
:.t in the field of education -what Values Did You Get N'urman Giller, architect, is in
hill be undertaken by 300 youth from Your Jewish Education I chare o PIans for :ul oftlce and
delegates at the eighth annual teen-
tructure w ill be fin-
as funds become aval
ital president, Sam i
5 week paid pi rsona
: the "courageous Ma
ovitz, who hailed from Key West
erved his community in i
ways until his untimely passin
; ,i heart ailment."
The program Wednesday will be
' preceded by a reception tor Judia
1 Sobeloff. Mayor High, and other
dignitaries in attendance. Mrs.
- i Hall is chairman of tns
Mrs Robert
Haverfield and Mrs. Robert High
Eighth Annual Teen-Age Conclave
Due at Dupont Plaza on Sunday
Former Mayor Senerchia is din-
ner chairman, and Fred K. Shochet,
publisher Of The Jewish Flond.a,.
15 honorary chairman. Dr. Kurt
Peiser will preside as toastmaster jr. (, cnairmen o| the reCeption
Guest speaker. Judge Simon E. committee.
Sobeloff, ol Baltimore, is a former Rjbbi [rvi Lenrman_ spintual
Solicitor General of the I'nited
lea ler of Temple Emanu-EI. will
\
States He will speak on -The Mw ,,,,, mvocatlon, and Rev
Legend rhat Was Abe. e_ R Copt,|and. oi Ftagler
The noted jurist was a long time street Baptist Church, of which
friend of Mr. Aronovitz. j Mayor High is a member, will Of-
1 ler the benediction.
For the first time, the highlights
age conclave of the Greater Miami
J si h Community Center on Sun-
day afternoon at the Dupont Plaza
hotel,
The Wednesday banquet will be
the occasion, also, for the public
, 0e, unveiling of a life-size oil portrait j of Mayor Aronovitz' colorlul career
will be presented to an auidence
through the medium of TV news
reels, film slides, and recordings.
"Politics and Censorship in s, ln tacllltles for tne children of Mr Aronovitz by the prominent
the Schools. Gues(s a( the ,uncheon deluded artist. Mrs. F. Taylor Kushner.
Does Today's Teen-
Following an opening address
by Dr. Kenneth R. Williams, pres-
i ent. Dade County Junior College. Ager Get Along at Home?"
oi the theme. "Teens Look at the
New Frontier Through Education."
representatives from 33 Center
dubs of senior high age will gather
in ten concurrent workshops to
analyze current problems.
"Should Teens be Permitted to Judge Malvin Englander. Joseph I "h'cnu ihe w presenting to Cedars
See All Movies and Read All Malek. and Prof. Andre Bialolenki. of Lebanon Hospital. Ihe painting
Mrs. Ella Wallman was in charge "'" 0CCUP>' a P|ace of honor on lhe
of reservations. ^
Books?"
"How
Many Prominent Personalities to Serve
On Committee Spurring Heart Pavilion
A galaxy of top-drawer personal- Carl Llbi. Monroe i.-.-:...... fj
Coming together from the Cen- ;S~n'aVwortsho"p's. (hen wMI Met In government, business and ""^ .-W jK^ta"
ten various oranehes in all parts entrtamment ov talented Der- civic life will head up the Abe i. r. ivoif Midler, Joel > an. irv-
p. Dade County to meet in this ^fSS variousCU.S. fo!-1 Aronovitz Heart Pavilion commit- *-., --;;; -;-,
Two special club presidents
workshops will also be conducted
to find ways and means for im-
proving club programs.
The Conclave will open with a
luncheon at 12:15 p.m. After the!
important forum, the young people [0Ked bv dancing. The three teen- tee. it was announced this week by flaln,:r. He
[! Raj. M >rej K.
uluni.
How are the New Ideas in Branch.
Education Working Out?" staff coordinator for the entire
"What Would You Suggest to event is David Eskenazi. Miami
Improve Your Education?"
Sound films of Aronovitz' opin-
ions on elevated highways.
Dodge Island, and traffic road-
blocks will be presented, as well
as his outspoken sentiments con-
cerning the need for Metropolitan
government in growing Dade
county.
A candlelight ceremony at the
banquet, with members ot the Aron-
ovitz family participating, "will
symbolize the eternal flame of the
former mayor's faith in his com-
munity and its people." Myers de-
clared.
he current
Dade'8 new-
Metropolitan
located
Branch director.
Participating in recent E q lOpp or unity 1^7^;
ner. which drew an attendance of 350 at the E^ad-totoL
(left to right) Metro Commissioner Harold Spaet principal
speaker, Washington, D.C. Commissioner John B..Duncaa.
and Greater Miami Urban League board member Kara
Bishopric, president of the Bishopnc/Green/Fielden adver
using agency-
High, wuu win uc' ic" t ">- ~~- Sl..,:. Harold fnRerlelder I : '. ,,,. \-w 14th t
ars" Testimonial banquet next Wili_. s.,m wlf .,,, Haroi.i Vouiuj l3Z1 ww I4ln "
Wednesday, the committee in-
cludes friends of both mayors, who
worked closely with them in com-
munity betterment projects and in
professional capacities as attorn-
eys, bankers, and industrial lead-
ers.
Some of Dade county's out-
standing representatives from
the fields of religion, welfare,
and education will also serve, it
was cisclosed by Pallot.
Among those who will spearhead
the fund-raising program to com-
plete the fourth floor of Cedars of
Lebanon as a memorial to former
Mayor Aronovitz are:
, luili Sol in
Bui .I--. J "'" Indue I al
" ,.< !"
ar.l Fln<
..,,, F In ii R< b Tl Haverl Fnm
Luby. W R -' '" -v-' '""
Itol ert '
I'r K I !' .','
i .. i I
: |. \v, w
.,. |, Joseph H elntraab an J d
Ben '
on., r l '"'
elude 1 Abi in, R W v
jn.,n R Barrrtt,
\ i,,-i Blelch. Henr> Bronnteln, Stan-
ley Caldln, Saul Cantor, Bart Cohen.
George Cheren, Joe Cohen. Leonard
Coleman. Crampton, Irvine E.
Dunn. John Feller. A Richard Fin. .
,-u n Jay Flncke. Martin Fine, *
Kink. A. i\ Franks. Je 1-V-e.l. J. A
C.arfield. Joe E. Garfleld. Mel Oreen-
h.TK Joseph Hreeiifu-ld. Max .1.
Oreenwald. Charlea Hfrttoff. Max
Heyman. Arthur Kahn, David Kaplan.
Herbert Klein, Max Kolk^r. Murray
Ijizarus, Sidney Lefcourt. Morris Uef-
Aiid Victor Levlne, Sam Leviten.
One of the complex pieces of equipment installed for use in
the modem Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is this surgical supply
steam sterilizer being inspected by Art Gifford (left) installa-
tion supervisor, and Sidney Aronovitz, hospital trustee.
Special sound signals and lights indicate stages of the steril-
izing process. Aronovitz was master of ceremonies at tne
recent Cedars Dedication Day.


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. Jen ist TkriJ&r
Friday, Deceir.be: 3,
1961
UJA Conference to Eye Huge Immigration Needs
By Special Report
\K' YORKPlans to mobtUxe
... i I funds to meet
th incrf. I 'e.v t )
Israel and d 11 h
drill ih- mapped i I -4th an-
!
Jew sh
I
i
akers be Arthur J I
i United States Secretarj ol
I Levi Eshkol. lsra<
i>;er of Finance and one ol the
try's oil lathe -. and
Di Giora JosephtaL Israel Minis-
ter of Development and Housing
A- the architect of Israel's I
cial policies m which tht- resettl-
ing and absorption of immigrants
I -titute a key -actor. Eshkol i>
expee'ed to note the impact tnat
tht stepped-up rate ol imriugratioa
h.i- had on the country's econotn)
T!.:> will be EahkoTs first appear-
ance in the I" S atter taking the
lead in forming a rev. Israel Gov-
ernment
Other featured speaker* at the
conference will be Joseph Meyer-
hoff. UJA general chairman, and
Aryeh L. Pinccs. treasurer of the
Jewish Agency for Israel, Jerusa-
lem, which carries out resettle-
SiC*tTA*r G0133*G
ment nd absorption programs
for newcomers to Israel with
funds raised by UJA.
In addition, principal speakers preceded by meetings oi two of
Idward M War the I'JA's principal beneticiary
burg UJA honorary chairman and
i-'-eral chairman of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee; Devvey D
L'JA national chairman, rep-
livelihood. Funds must a|H ^
found for the hundreds ^ i^
sands of Jews to other lands whj
are in need of medical, so and educational assistance, ini
for the increased movement *
Jews to iands other than Israel."
Dtl* sates the L'JA
- rill e ect officers ,
. | year
The L'r.ited Jewish App j. .,
American ag i
to lsra:
tress so ,
pr 'gran -
- member a jei t!
1 :.- I i-rael Appea.
i receive, settle at). rb ir
I -ant to I srael;
tribution Comn aij
Jews in 26 countne- j .
rael. where it conducts j -p^ciai
welfare program lot .., cJirw
ically ill and handicaps j imn.
IDC: and Rabbi Herber A Fried- pected to mc'.ude the adoption of a -rants, and^ the New York As*
man. L'JA executive vice cbair- Special FunJ
man.
The two-day conterence will be
grants able to go to Israel is
steadily increasing," Meyerhoff
declared. 'They must be brought
there, housed and provided with
the means to permit them to earn
D*. GIORA JOStPHTAL
IFVJ tSHKOL
"The number of new immi-
the Joint Distribution
mittee and the United Israel
Appeal
Facing the delegate...... se the
tor New Amencans. which issht
Jewl'h refugees to the Vnitei
State-
The United Htas Service, whin
provide? lot the resettlement ol
lh relugees to other COUDtrta
other than Israel, also beneha
from the UJA campaigi
resepting the United Israel A?- important task rf adopting mea-
oeal and chairman ol the Jewish >ure> tor 196: I .... provide the
Agency for Israel: William Rosen- additional fun s required to cover
IMA national chairman rep- the greatly increased Deads
n -<: ting the United [srael Ap
executive vice chairman of the
UJA's beneficiaries This is ex-
Bikur Cholim
Plans Donor
Bikur Chohm ot the Israelite Cen-
nexl Wednesday at
the Center to finalize r the
trgamzation's se<
neon Dec 2 ..: t.-.e Riviera
re stauranl
chairmen >l the affair are
Max Garshag a-.: Mrs Bess
ner
Rabbi Morton I -; nt-
eadei the Israelite Center,
ipe iker Canl t

> Nathan S
rr
Joseph Maiek and ]zc>. Ltebaxmn co-chainnen Ice'.-: on with
amaxemenl ~s the Amantmg Maurice performs sxsothex or.-?
oi his n-.ystery feats c: magic Amazing Maurica was featured
artist :c: the Ice Cream 'z~coree of the Breakfast Cp^rrhit
Club c: Miami Beach recently c the Commmxirv Ceatex.
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from BRAHMS
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Beach Couple
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Mr ar.d Mrs Sam S
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neir J Sat ta Fur I I
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mous Line rd i res
rant and is for
lid mar.;
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A HAPPY CHANUKA
AND BEST WISHES
TO ALL
ML KOVENS CONSTRUCTION CORP.
GRAND CENTRAL FREIGHT FURNITURE SALES
1 436 NW 7th AVE., Miami Phone FR 4-4774
WISH ALL A HAPPY CHANUKA
YOUNG AT III Mil
EXTENDS HAPPY CHAN'JKA GREETINGS TO ALL!
Exquisite Selection of Holiday Dresses
FOR TEENS AND JUNIORS
8241 SW 124th STREET CE 5-9593
(Opposite A & P)
SEASON'S GREETINGS .
REED CONSTRUCTION CORP.
ENGINEERS and CONTRACTORS
1245 2Cth Street Miami Beach, Flu.
FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING
EA.SCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL
Happy Chanuka
McMURRAY PRINTERS
BRITTON'S BODY SHOP
METAL WORK AND PAINTING
"We Appreciate Your Business" Jack Britton
2250 SW 32nd AVENUE Phone HI 8-5924
TI III: INSURANCE
A definite insurance contract instead of an OPINION
as to the condition of title.
LANGFORD BUILDING, MIAMI FR 1-5618
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS
FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY TOM BLAKE
Best Wishes for a Happy
And Joyous Chanuka
SURF S' and 10tf STORE
9445 HARDING AVE.
UN 6-5512
HAPPY CHANUKA
MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN., INC.
350 LINCOLN ROAD Phone JE 1-0876
HAPPY CHANUKA
MECHANICS UNIFORM SERVICE
2136 NW 1st AVE., Miami F* 7-A62\
HAPPY CHANUKA
Fay Potter Corsetry
9531 HARDING AVE.
UN 6-2548
Harold Kramer to Speak
Monthly meetim; of WestChettOT
chapter of American Jewish Con-
gress will he held Saturday even-
ing at thhe home of Mr and Mrs.
Myron Fisher. 2154 SW 21 >t St.
Harold Kramer, regional director
el American Jewish Congress, will
discuss "Make Your Voice Felt."
Quick 'n' easy treating, the basis b Dromedary Date-Nut Roll,
cut into 12 equal slices (chill in refrigerator for easy slicing).
The topping can be your favorite frosting or an 8-oz. package
of cream cheese, softened with '2 cup of milk and thoroughly
blended with c mixture of l'i cups of milk, 1 package of
lemcn-flavored instant pudding, and 1 teaspoon oi g.-ated
lemon rind. The resuit? Delicious- -simply delicious.
Chanuka Menu Planning Rates Assist
From Versatile Dromedary Date-Hut Roll
Now that tin' first, flush days
[ol Chanuka are past, the last
meals of this spirited, historic holi-
day present a most taxing chal-
lenge to the originality of the home-
maker
What can you do to keep the
susiatorial spirits of your family
from sagging after all the wonder-
fill Chanuka specialities. lncluJnii;
those many latkes? Simply start
things rolling again by making an
'appearance with a trayful of treats
made from Dromedary Da'c-Nut
Roll.
Fix Ihem quick and easy in any
of a dozen intriguing wayssteeped
in rum or brandy and topped with
a hot fruit sauce; cut in tiny wedg-
es, crowned with a pull Di whipped
cream and a gla?ed or brandied
cherry; served in tall parlait glas-
ses filled wi'h alternate layer- ol
ice cream, date-nut roll and bel-
lies, or in any other way your in-
genuity may suggest.
However you embellish it. Drom-
edary Date-Nut Roll is a surefire
party pleascr that's guaranteed to
set your guests to talking about
your imaginative hospitality.
But no matter how you dress it
up. the basis of your success is still,
essentially, the uniquely delicate
taste of Dromedary Date-Nut Roll
itself. Made with crisp, chunky wal-!
nuts and the world's choicest dates,
this wonderfully satisfying treat
has an inviting fragrance and flav-
or that is certain to tempt even the
most sophisticated tastes, yet has a
wholesome qualiy that commends
it as an ideal snack for even the
iniesl lots m the family.
Other important features that en-
hance the popularity of Dromedary
Date-Nul Roll with bomemakers
everywhere are its lasting fresh-
m ss and ready-to-serve conven-
ience. Vacuum-sealed to keep fresh
til you want it. this delicious des-
sert cake is a reliable >iandby
when unexpected guests drop in.
It's an instant treat, sliced and
served jusl as it comes lrom the
tin, and an instant favorite with
everyone who tastes il
Featured at leading food stores
everywhere. Dromedary Dale-Nut
Roll, as well as its companion it-
ems, Dromedary Chocolate .Nut
and Orange-Nut Roll, are strictly
kosher, another plus-factor that
has won them wide popularity in
homes from coast-to-coast. Pro-
duced wn.!er the constant supervis
ion of the Union of Orthodox Jew-
i.-h Congregations of America, they
display the famous (U1 seal on the
label that is the modern shopper's
guide to dependable kashruth.
If your grocer is sold out. or for
some other reason does not have a
ready supply on hand, ask him to
get it for you. The many delights
of these Dromedary Nut-Rolls
make it well worth your while to
insist on them.
"Food Fair Expansion and Development" the story of the
company's internal expansion program and the realtors' part
in the expansion, was told in a Food Fair exhibit at the recent
National Assn. of Real Estate Brokers convention at Miami
Beach. The nation's sixth largest retail food organization,
Food Fair has 443 supermarkets in ten eastern states, with
140 stores now in operation in Florida and Georgia. Ronald
L Fine is director of real estate for the Southern Division.
TO ALL GREETINGS
H. FLIEGELMAN
Embroidery & Flocking
IETTERING All TYPES FOR
Athletic. Industrial t Club Purposes
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Architectural Wood Working
Office Desks Book Coses
Hi-Fi Cob/nets Vanities Bars
Table! Kitchen Cabinets
Laminated Plastics
5990 NW 7th AVE.
Phone 751-0322
and HI 4-2706
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INC.
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MIAMI SCHOOL
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5225 NW 36th Ave.
NE 4-7153
American crayon, color material.
Oenison school material.
Wrte classroom supplies, school
paper, pencils, binders, arts and
crafts, note supplies.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
TO ALL GREETINGS
JOHNNY'S
PURE SERVICE
Pure Firebird Gasolines
Pure Lube Motor Oils
PURE TIRES BATTERIES
"We Aim to Please"
805 E. Okeechobee Rd.
Hialeah
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"Service Is Our Motto"
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Friday, December 3,
1961
SOVttT STAR WILL SING
Mesifta Fete Held on Beach
Noted Soprano
To Appear Here
Galina Vishnevskaya. the Unt-
.;* of Miami Symphony Or-
ra'i next guest artist 9a
Monda> v. ill arr week
lor rehearsal- direct from a per-
formance in the leading role of
Aid a at the Metro?
Company the nigh: be:
ieading sopr
boi opera Company madi
Metropolitan debut in the Ye .-a:
j la>t month, th- firsi S
- .rano to apr-
Mme. Vi*hnev*kaya, in private
life th* wife of the well-known
cellist Mstislav Rostropovich.
scored her first major success
fcr the Bolshoi seven years go
when she sang the role of Tatiana
in "Eugene Onegin. She will
rtcreate a portion cf this role
here when she sings the moving
"Letter Scene' from the famed
Tchaikovsky opera.
prai
en recital
Soviet -
rnung i Franci
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.....-
a- L
- n in Pui-
An anniversary cocktail party
[was given ia>t Sunday evening by
[Mr and Mrs Al Moscowitf at their
'home. 3054 N Bay rd for friends
of the Mesifta.
The MecifU i- a Hebrew high
school at 1020 Michigan ave Mi-
ami Beach, affiliated with the He-
brew Academy, and combining a
tal studies program with in-
ve Hebrew education MOf-
cowitz. chairman of the board of
rnors ol the Mesifta. was
ister for the even:
Rabbi H Louis Rottman. of Beth
I-ra- i Ci m and vice pres-
ident of the Mesifta discussed the
need for a high school which would
continue the Hebrew Academy's
curriculum and educational pro-
gram. He reported that more
than 40 students who graduated
from the Academy left the com-
munity t' continue their studies in
Hebrew h._h schools in New York.
leveland and Chicago.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal. reported that there are now
18 students at the Mesifta and that
the school provides dormitory fa
Cdities for 10 student- He'also
introduced members of the He-
brew and English faculty and re-
ported that the mo.-t competent]
teachers in each area have been
obtained.
Greetings were extended h. \i;s
Harry Lerner, president of the re-':
centiy formed -Friend- ,
Mesifta Plans for a dinner to
be held at. the Lombardy hutel 0
Jan 21 were discui
CALIHA VISHNZVSKAYA
title role
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Young Musician
Sought Here
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gi in itrumental !> who
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The Festival, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, with the cooperation
of the Cantors Assn., is set for
next Feb. 18.
All young people seeking to en-
ter the auditions should write to
Sylvia Ruskm. executive sec
retary. Jewish Music Festival, -J.Vi
S\V 16th ave Miami, giving the
[i (lowing information name ol
plicant, age, instrument, and num-
ber of years ol musical study.
From among the written appli-
cations, the committee will selecl
qualified applicants (>>r auditions
All letters of ap] n must be
reci ived b> no later than Ft
Pasquier Trio was to be heard Thursday evening, Dec. 7, at
White Temple Auditorium in the third concert in a series spon-
sored by Friends of Chamber Music of Miami. Featured are
Jean Pasquier, violin; Pierre Pasquier, viola; and Etienne Pas-
quier. cello. Program included Trio in G major, op. 9
No 1, Beethoven; Trio. op. 58, Albert Roussel; and Diverti-
mento in E flat major, K. 563. Mozart. The Pasquier brothers
have been hailed for their musicianship by Pablo Casals. Board President Appointed
Jacques Thibaud, Georges Enesco and Alfred Cortot, among
other famous artists.
North Branch
Dance Saturday
In celebration >! th< F<
Chanuka. chlldri Temple
F.manu-El famj i
the i nation's Xortl B
school b i ve-
.-.or Hush Adler led
ior hi] stu lenl s u tin kind
ling of the firsi lis>ht of Chanuka.
and m traditional songs and dance
Music was furnished by a live
band, and special dance contests
were coordinated by Sid Schneid-
er Member- ol the congregation's
PTA Board* of Education, and
Youth Activities commission serv-
ed as chaperoiu -
DIRECT FROM THE MARIENE DIETRICH SPECTACULAR TO
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM This Fri., Sat. & Sun.
g? ^A Dec. 8, 9, 10-8:30 p.m.
P$L BALLET GRANADA
Mf/L ^^ of Spain
with ESTRELLITA & RAUL
& their exciting Company of 15
dancers, singers & musicians.
SIMPLY TRf.MCNDOUS FtAMCMCO"-
Les Angeles Doily Newt
All Seats Rese'v*o $l 95-2.95-3 35-4 95
Tickets on sale at DaO Auditorium
Hi B-9'73: Amidon's: Jordan Marsh a
Cordelia s: M B Rad ; Cc. & Alfie's
Caracas Records
o
George A Simon. pre-idnt of
the Miami Board of Realtors, has
received an appointment a~ Fourth
District representative of the Na-
tional Institute of Real Estate
Brokers.
"WHAT DAY IS MY "
YAHRZEIT THIS YEAR?1*
The question la answered la
the Heini 24-Year Calendar.
i B Had 0 c. 4 Airie s
acas Records
hh -*? i -^^a UNIVIRSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FABIEN SEVITZKY, conduct
SUNDAY, DEC. 10 MIAMI BEACH AUD. 8:30 P.M.
MONDAY, DEC. 11 DADE COUNTY AUD. 8:30 P.M.
G ALINA
YISHNEYSKAYA
Leading Soprano of the Bolshoi Opera Company
GUHKA-Kufslan and Lvdmilla Overture PtOKOflEV-Symphony Mo. 5
TCHAIKOVSKY --leMer Scene, 'tumtm Oneg.'n KHACH^TUTfAH-Gaynt
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Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
Charge Marriage Story Distorted Abroad
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: "SuBttjf'lsltt Sector, M the middle- of
;, 1 row. will have its first bowling alley belorc long Site's opposite
i derbird motel, and will be operated by Albert Pollak.
:i asset to Jordan Marsh; receptionist-secretary Lois Friedman, of
-omotlonal and advertising staff, which is guided by the sure hand
.\ Brown, one of the younger and brighter lights in ihat tield.
Carl Gardner can cover a lot of ground for a man of his years, and
Mreart fhem with a true young-at-heart air. Besides being on the'Miami
trach Boxing Commission, he's busy nights at his new Lambs Cub.
,rx durir.3 the day operates an insurance office. You gotta keep busy
it vcu don't want to grow old. Carl G. is a prime example.
The Lou Cassetts back on the Beach for the season, They "re getting
, v for a big goliing winter. He and another former Bayshore club
I;'nip Dr. Julian Rickles, joined Lincoln Road Mall investment expert.
r Rubin, for a roi'iul recently. There are few putters around.
i, 'uding the pros, who are in Seymour's class on the greens.
-*
SPORTS SCENE AND SIGHTS: One of the hardy perennial nng-
dcrs at the Auditorium and Exhibition Hal! lights on the Beach All
,i ManChU) Goldman. You've got to be hardy io take some ol those |
'ticuff fiascos that are stage;! there.
\niong the feminine contingent of local golfers who are above par
r that chic look on the fairways: Mrs. Stanley Raskin. Mrs Nelson
vits. Mrs. Allan Cutler .Mrs. Harry Auslander, Mrs. Leo Fenster, Mrs.
...,, Finkel, Mrs. Leonard Abess, Mrs. Maxwell Sayet. to name a few.
Steady Sunday golfing foursome: Druggist Jerry Warren, Attorney
(w Goldstein, Bernie Bielcr and Al Cutler.
Golfers aren't the onlv ones enjoying the excellent fare at the Bay-.
Shore clubhouse. You'll see many merchant- and prolessional men,
lathering there daily lor luncheon and cocktails. Bill Pite and Gerald,
i Ij have set a high standard ever since they've been hosting there
* *
WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: Estrcllita and
SALEM (JTA) Re-,
..ii i ns ;:; the Kne ;s< I
this week, Minister ol Social Wel-
fare Joseph Burg stated that the
public, both hero and abroad, had
been misled by "distorted facts"
n garding the case oi the unmarried
parent-, Yaffa Ajami, who is Jew-
ish, and Abdul Rahim Majdaleh.
a Moslem.
Mr, Burg said thai there were
lense r< ations between the
couple and their families, leading
at one time Io violence and police
intervention. When Miss Ajami
removed the child Horn the institu-
tion, the matter was submitted to
olice authorities, and the
barged with abduction.
[irl
On
an appeal to the Juvenile Court,
the child was returned to its par-
ents, under supervision, alter M ss
Ajami'8 home was registered in
her na me.
Burg said that Miss Ajami had
oeen under probation alter being
convicted lor thelt. It was at the
couple's request, he said, that a
probation officer helped get their
newly, born infant placed in an in-
stiUitto:; When the lather sought
to remove the child, the Ministry's
>ocial worker, acting in the child's
interest, requested the Juvenile
Court to order thai a social worker
be assigned to look alter the child's
interests
However, continued the Minis-
ter, the court ruled tha the
father "might use the child for
selfish interests" and that "the
mother could not be relied upon
to protect it, as she was under
Majdaleh's influence." The court
then ordered that the infant re-
main at the institution.
Have that
Business Meeting,
Banquet, or
Special Occasion

You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherozode and
Rubciyal Rooms, bs it for
wedding or o private parly I
Dania Palace
Slates Jai-Alai
Dania Jai-Alai Place players have
started arriving in the area for
the opening ol the jai-alai season
Spanish dancers par excellence, set the pace in toe poetry, heading on Dec 13.
allct Granada"' at Dade County Auditorium Friday, tomorrow and
daj
Don't recall a week in recent years when a new film didn't open
hi But it has finally happened There are holdovers at Carib. Miami.
I racle and 163rd St., Elvis Presley in "Blue Hawaii;" at Mayfair and
?et, "From a Roman Balcony:"' Roosevelt. "Rocco and His
rothi rs." And. believe it or not double feature reruns at both Loew's!
Fresh from a new parl-mutuel
high last season, set while most of
the state was on a downward trend.
[he Dania Palace is looking lor-1
ward to new marks this season in
both betting and attendance,
One new face, a back court star
lender if the Tisch freres know about this? "Bachelor in Paradise" is namC(i |tuarte, and 35 veteran fav-
orites will greet Dania Palace fans
on opening night The newcomer.
a Basque who has been featured
at frontons in Mexico City, is ex-
pected to move into late game play
almost immediately
Returning champions include Na-
tional Doubles Champions Laca
and Ignacio. who also won the Na-
tional Singles title, and Interna-
so held over at Olympia. Beach. Gables and Shores.
Overheard at the Lincoln Road Mall in front of "El Cid" exhibit,
which spotlights a suit of medieval armor: "Ma, what came in that
big tin can?" Latest organization to announce a theatre party at
"El Cid:" Shalom chapter, B'nai B'rith, set for Jan. 13, at the Roose-
velt, where the Charlton Heston Sophia Loren starrer opens Dec. 21.
Benny Davis, just pacted by nation's "hottest" feminine singer,
( Francis, to write three more songs. Benny just returned to his
Jlf! ami Beach home, to work on the new tunes for Connie and other
lights,
Beachite Ruth Wal'.is just planed in from a record-breaking engag- \ional World Series Champion Eg-^,
n Australia, accompanied by her husband and manager. Hy Past- urbi and Marcel.
ii An old triend of then.- from Boston. Harry' Goldstein, veteran
cist and exploitecr for Allied Artists ("El Cid"). in town, looking
tf.( n-. up.
ERIGHT LIGHTS AND DELIGHTS: Now that the Twist" IS the
urn vi rage, and is more or less a nostalgic throwback to the hip-twitch-
n ol the Gilda Cray and Charleston eras, the time is ripe for a "Toot sic
' Yeah, that could be a dance too! What with the twist being
synonomous with peppermint!
Good flews for the gourmets: The delightful De Continental rcstau-
: opened recently in Bay Harbor for the season. French Italian tare
ii. : scrumptious.
Nothing skimpy about the luncheon fare at the renowned Rose-
cale on Miami's 5th st. Big platters and all deliciously prepared,
!rcm soup to dessert.
Do the bar-sitters get a break al the new Us Vegas show har and
night club in the Singapore hotel! They're directly in lront ol the wide,
e stage. Bv the way, the room's the newest, blushing pink decor
among the more luxurious in town. Its present Billy Williams Re
i- a pipperoo.
Murray Franklin's packed solid for the opening ol its light-as^a-
i intimate revue, "Caught in the Act." Kay Carole steals the
hi w which is all new for '62.
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MORE OF THIS AND THAT: The searchlights will be turned on
Arthur Godfrey rri on the night of Dec. 14. to herald the southern
premiere showing of "West Side Story" to aid the Cuban refugees Ol
I area. To appear at the Sheridan Theatre are such lights as Ml
I Mrs. Peter Law ford. Dfisi Arnaz, and Elsa Maxwell. Jack Barry.
evision personality, will emcee.
William Bendix joined California Rep. James Roosevelt at tne
recent dinner for Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, making Bill, now appear-
h [ al the Coconut Grove Playhouse, the first movie star to pass inrOUgn
Ci liars' portals.
Star restaurant schedules its grand reopening Dec^ 10. Sunday
?or 19 consecutive years under the same management. Quite a record
for the dairy, vegetable and fish delectables restaurant at 841 Wash-
IngtOfl ave., Miami Beach. Featured is a take out service. j
card as their excellent food are Wanda
Proving as much a drawing
;it Peterson's Steak Place
and Pete Peterson, owners and entertainers
0. the Trail. Pete, a pianist, was a professional musician for many
years Wanda a singer appeared at the old Royal Palm Club Bill
l^xSZlinffiiSlZ** *" Olympia Theatre, among other
P 'Ellas' King Arthurs Court drawing the locals. Spoiled: Architect
and Mrs Robert Filch Smith
A we.l-e.rned resl: Mrs. Lillian B.asherg of Morton Tower..
leaves Jan. 15 aboard the Vistori. for a ti
Paris as t
me if. providing >,
1 Turned out the youngster hails Irom Paris. Ky
Florida will have the largest tourist season "
urn by Sam WaTdman. of Ihe Waldman family, operators of Kosher
otels here
top prize. A len-ycar-old asked general manageIJJBU
.rov.d.ng she won. she could go anywhere else. I m sick ol
in its history: predic-
Marcel also gar-,
nered the Most Games Won title.
Also slated to meet the starting
whistle on opening night is Dania
Palace "Rookie of the Year" Reto.
The Dania Palace has undergone
a complete interior paint job and
many other improvements for the
upcoming season.


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Friday, December S, 186]
<^Tn the becalm of ^)ocietvf
Zilbers United
On Thanksgiving
A ioubjfi ring candlelight cere-
i j .ited Linda Susan Broun
a r. d Sigmund Jerome Zilbcr on
Nov. 23. at the Diplomat
Countr; Club. Dr. Joseph Narot
.] the 6:30 p.m. nuptials.
which .'ere followed by a recep-
lion rmaJ dinner at the Club.
:hter 01 Mr. and
I .'. illiam Brown. 9270 E. Bay
Hartx: dr., was married with the
ding band worn by her
i aternal grandmother 57 years
; j al her marriage. For her
-:k -i lected a lormal
' candli light peau de soie
fitted bodice and neckline of
alencon lace reembroidered with
pearls and long sleeves-to-
\ ist.
The- bouffant skirt featured a
front puntl of alencon lace reem-
1 roiriered in iridescent sequins and
seed pearls, and a Cathedral train
falling from a large bow on back.
Her four-tiered French illusion was
held by a pearl tiara with drops
it. the forehead. ,
Maid of honor was the bride-
groom's sister, Bebe Zilber, and
Mrs. Alan Supler was matron of
honor.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Moyshe Zilber. 287
Mashta dr Key Biscayne. Serving
i s best man w a s Joel Harvey
r\ the bride's brother, and
Histadruth Ivrith Program
Char.uka program was presented
bj the Histadruth Ivrith on Mon-
day, 8 p.m., at the Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
1244 Washington ave.
A ..,..
MSS. SIGMUND ZILBER
Jehn Atramson and Howard Rosen-
blatt were ushers.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Vdgel, aunt
and uncle of the bride, were in
charge 11 the guest hook .,.., .in-
ner cards.
The new Mrs. Zilber i- a gradu-
ate oi Miami Beach High and at-
. d the University of Miami.
Mr. Zilber attended the Univer-
sities of Maryland and Miami. His
fraternity is Zeta Beta Tau.
After a honeymoon in California
and Las Vegas, the newly weds will
make their home on Bay Harbor
Islands,
Heirloom Ring
In Mosk Rites
The wedding band which be-
longed to her grandmother served
in the ceremony uniting Sharon
Call Zack and Yale Mosk on
Thanksgiving. Nov. 23. at Temple
Tifereth Jacob. Rabbi Leo Heim
Officiated at the 8 o'clock nupitals.
which were followed by a recep-
tion.
After a honeymoon in Nassau,
the newlyweds will live in Coral
Gabl -
Daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Zack. 8430 SW -i-rd ter the bride
attended Coral Gables High School.
She belong- to Omega Delta Psi.
Matron of honor was her aunt. Mrs.
Anne Green, and Lilly Mosk and
Adele Mosk, the bridegroom's sis-
! ters, were bridesmaids.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Morris Mosk. 320-
86th st. He has a BA from the Uni-
versity of Miami, and served in
the U S. Armed Forces.
Elliott Zack. the bride's brother,
was best man. and her cousin, Stev-
en Green, Robert Harlem and
Gerald Berman. served as ushers.
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Jennie Robin
Now Mrs. Klein
Jennie Ro.-e Rabin and Donald
Jay Kiein were united in marriage
iin" Sunday. Nov. 12. at Beth
!i Congregation. Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiated al the 1 o'clock
ceremony, which was followed by
a reception in the Temple.
Newly-wedded Mrs. Kiein. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rabin.
5340 Oi'duna dr.. Coral Gables, is
an alumna of Miami Senior High
and attended the University of
Florida. She is a member of B'nai
B'rilh.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a short frock of white silk organza
and lace designed with a bodice
^fitted to the hips and a flared
skirt. Her bouquet was of double
white orchids.
Parents cf the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Klein. 1228
Sevilla ave., Coral Gables. He is
a graduate of Far Rockaway High
and attended Brooklyn College, Al
present, he is associated with the
Merry-Co Round Apparel Shop on
Miracle Mile in Coral Gables.
Alter a honeymoon in Nassau
the young couple will live at 4470
.v. Flagler st.
Young Adults
Hold Dance
The Yaii>. Young Adult Friends
of Israel, held a Chanuka latka
party on Saturday evening at the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., Normandy Isle Branch.
1133 Normandy dr.. according to
Stuart Miller, first vice president
of the 21 to-35-ycar-old young adult
iron p.
Plans for the evening included
latkes. a reception, dancing, and
games.
Assisting Miller with arrange-
ments were Marily Schwiinnvr.
Marty Cehcn. Rochelle Schrold.
Fddie Landy. Ron Kaiser. Donald
Kaplan. Paul Raymond. Ira Jo-
seph, Rachelle Resmck. Bebe Zil-
ber. Karen Freeman. Stanley Karp.
Mark Nonkin. and Gil Rappaport,
director of the ZOA region here.
Beckcrman were I in
riage on Sunday, N n 26, al ihe"
Deauville hotel. A reception and
luncheon followed the 12:30 p.nii
c remony perform/ d I > Dr
Narot and Ratbi Leon Kronish
The new brnie is the dau
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
4570 Jefferson ave., and thi
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Morrij
Rubin and the' latt Mrs, Minnie
Beldner. She a?t< A
University and .. raduati from
the University i ran*
rary.
For her weddii
Beckerman ted an ele
ivory peau de soli
ceful curved semi-belle -km.
Seed pearls I
which featur- kline
and elbow-length slei res ind tlie
detachable skirl ti 11 iinat< in a
chapel train. The triple' tiered
bouffant veil of French imp
illusion fell lrom a bow ln;ripieee
beaded with pear!-, and she car-
ried her confirmation Bible and or-
chids.
Miss Judi Beldner. sister of the
bride, was maid ci honor, and the
bridegroom's sister. Mrs. William
Givner. served a> matron of honor.
Mrs. Stephen Kneapler and Gail
Kay were bride smaids.
The bridegroom is the son
Samuel Beckerrr. r Tti/i Wesl 50th
St., and the late Mr. Beckerman,
Educated at Carnegie Tech and the
University of M ami, he is pres-
ently in the U.S. Air Force, His
fraternity is Beta 5i| i R
Serving his brother as best man
was Kenneth Beckerman, and Wil-
liam Givner, Stephen Mai
Howard Owen and Richard Ilei-
man were ushers.
The young couple flev 11 Si v
York for their honeymoon and on
their return will make their home
in Coral Gables.
Theatre Program
Held Monday
North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'nth,
presented a theatrical program
alter the regular meeting Monday
e veiling at Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.. Normandy
Isle, it was announced by Walter
Lebowitz. chairman.
Acorn Civic Theater production
of "The Younger Shall Ask." di-
rected by Boris Pritcher. and
written by David Sharver. starring
Ruth Saillant and Arthur Eden,
was performed.
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Adult Classes
At Dade Heights
Adult Hebrew reading class at
Dade Heights Jewish Congregation
meets every Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Adult discussion class meets ;.l !'
p.m. Topic tins week was How
We Can Combat Anti-Semitism."
Senior Citizens group, lor those
30 and over, will meet Sunday, and
every other week thereafter, Plan
neil programs and refreshments
will be offered.
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Fiiday, December 8, 1961
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Page 7-C
Looking through old Year Books of Miami Beach High School
for information about alumni are Walter B. Lebowitz and Mrs.
Bobert (Ruth) Merritt, members cf the alumni committee of the
Eeach High PTA, and school principal, Irvin W. Katz.
Beach Woman
To Head Drive
Mrs. Waller Lebowitz has been
d regional chairman for Mi-
ami Beach Mothers' March of
S by the National Foundation.
A resident of Miami Beach for
Ihe past 25 years. Mrs. Lebowitz
been a representative of the
Democratic Party and is an active
member of the Opti-Mrs. of Miami
Beach, Miami Beach Hebekah
- i' 39, and the Greater Miami
. wish Community Center.
Mr and Mrs. Lebowitz have two
d I Ighters, Terry Lynn and Toby
Jane, and reside at 3784 Sheridan
ave Lebowitz is an attorney on
Miami Beach.
Theme of this year's Mothers'
March is "Your Dimes Will Do It
Again!" With the means at hand
"'or complete victory over polio.
the National Foundation has turn-
1 its vast strength, made possible
bj dedicated volunteer action and
public generosity, to the conquest
oi btrth defects and arthritis," Mrs.
1 ebowitz declared.
Seech High Seeks
Gradutes Here
The alumni committee oi Miami
Beach High School is in the pro-
cess of making a permanenl mail-
ing list of all former students and
teachc rs
Former students from the class-
es of 1928 to i>6l will Ik invited to
a reunion and show being planned
lor April. 1962.
'Most difficult task is that of lo-
cating girls, who have naturally
changed their names through mar-
riage, and in numerous cases
moved to new communities.'' Irvin
W. Katz. Beach High principal,
said Wednesday.
Beach High alumni who have
not been contacted, or those who
have changed their addresses in
the past few years, are requested
to drop a card to Miami Beach High
School. 2231 Prarie ave.. Miami
Beach. The committee is also look-
ing for alumm with out-of-state ad-
dresses, who may be known to
local residents.
Miamians interested in assisting
the committee to locate members
of their class can contact Mrs,
Bobert Merritt or Walter B. Lebo-
witz
Alumni who mail in cards are
requested to send their full name
(maiden name1, address, phone
number, and class.
MRS. WALTtR LtBOWITI
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Open Monday Nite
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Children's Party
At Ner Tamid
A Chanuka partj lor the children
ol Temple Nor Tamid religious
school was held on Sunday morn-
ing.
Chanuka songs were tinder the
direction of Cantor Samuel Com
berg and Joseph Schreibman,
music director, and a professional
magician entertained.
Meyer Samberg, education direc-
tor, was in charge ol the program,
assisted bj Mrs. Ralph Mervis,
PTA president, and her commit-
tee.
UF Pledges
Nudge $2 Million
United Fund has now received
pledges totaling SI.900.822 or 67.9
percent of its 1962 goal, it was an-
' nounced by Edward F. Swenson
jr., general campaign chairman.
The United Good Neighbors Divi-
; sion. headed by William C. Lan-
tall, chairman announced the fol-
lowing results to date:
Section l-(Golden Glades, North
Miami. Miami Shores Elc Portal)
97.6 per cent.
Section 2-1 Carol City. Opa-Locka.
Hialeah, Miami Springs-Interna-
tional Airport i 58 per cent.
Section 3 (Coconut Grove Bay
Heights Key Biscayne. Flagler
Julia Tuttle, Bay Point-Little Riv-
er1 37 3 per cent.
Section 4-(Coral Gables. South
Miami, West Miami) 79.7 per cent.
Section 5-( South Dado 72.1 per
cent.
Section 6-( Miami Beach. Miami
Beach North) 49.3 per cent.
With less than two weeks to
go in United Fund's 1962 cam-
paign to raise $2,798,822, vice
chairman Jay I. Kislak urged all
volunteers to double their efforts.
"We are going to put this cam-
paign over the top,"' said Swenson.
'"but we are counting on the com-
munity to continue the line sup-
port we have experienced so far."
The campaign closes Dec. 14.
Schwariiman is Guest
Rabbi Solomon Schilf. spiritual
leader Ol Congregation Beth El,
will be host on the "Still Small
Voice" this Sunday, 10 a.m., over
WCKT ch. 7. His guest will be
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, who will di-cuss -Jewish
Book Month "
Herman Binder
Wins Free Trip
Long time Miamian Herman
Binder was notified last week that
he had won :lie WQAM Subscrip-
tions Award,
The award was presented to
Binder for his one man campaign
to sell subscriptions to the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Club.
Just out ot the hospital following
a severe illness. Binder found that
friends continued ihe campaign in;
his behall even while he was inca-
pacitated.
Binder will gel a tree trip to New
York City lor two. as well as tick-;
ets to Metropolitan Opera and New '
York Philharmonic while there.
Binder was credited with over
60 subscriptions. WQAM sponsors
the Smyphony Club award.
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka and Edaar Greenberg.
new president of the Men's Fashion Guild of Miami Beach,
join in carving a steak at the annual Beefsteak Dinner of the
Guild at the Diplomat Country Club. Some 200 Miami Beach
men's apparel retailers and guests participated in the event.
Enjoying the 12th annual reception and dinner dance of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital medical staff at the Diplomat hotel are (left
to right) Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz, Dr. and Mrs. Jack J. Falk.
J. Geraid Lewis, and Dr. and Mrs. Maurice I. Edelman. Dr.
Edelman served as chairman of Ihe affair at which some 400
members of the Mt. Sinai Hospital medical staff, board of trus-
tees, and special guests were present. Orovitz is chairman of
the board of trustees. Lewis is president of the hospital, and
Dr. Falk is vice president of the medical staff.
Gala Committee Members Named
Dedication Ceremony Set
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Can-1
tor Ben-Zion Kirsclienbaum will \
conduct dedication ceremonies of \
the Beth Torah Memorial Gardens
; at Lakeside Memorial Hark on
Sunday. Dec. 17. at 1:30 p.m. Neil;
Shticr is chairman of the cemetery
committee.
^xjGUST BROS Rw
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Mrs. A. Herbert Mathcs and Mrs
Ben Novack. co-chairmen of the
first annual Mt. Sinai Hospital An-
niversary Gala, to be held Satur-
day evening Dec 23 at the Fon
tainebleau hotel, have announced
the lormation of the gala commit
tee:
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Abess,
Mrs. Faye Ablin, Col. and Mrs
Jack Arvey. Mrs. Ruth Bernard.
Mis Jerry Blank. Mr ami Mrs.
Sam Blank. Mrs K. E. Bloom. Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Blum. Mrs. Arthur
Burrell, Mr and Mrs David 1'.
Catsman, Mr. and Mrs. Leo A.
Chaikin. Mr. and Mrs Max V. Co-
gen. Mrs. Melvin Cohen. Mrs Char
lyne Coolik, Mr. and Mrs Edward
L. Cow en. Mrs. Leon Ell.
Dr. and Mrs, Jack J. Falk, Mrs
Aaron Farr. Mr. and Mrs. a. C.
line. Mrs Stanley Frehling, Mrs
Leonard Friedland. Sol Gelt man
Paul B. Cordon. Mr and Mrs. A.
J Harris. Mrs. Lou Harris. Mickey
Have-,. Mr. and Mis Isadore llecht.
Dr. and Mrs. Milton B Jacohson,
F.rno>! Janis.
Dr. and Mrs. Sherman B Kap-
lan, Mr. and Mrs Samuel G Key-
well. Benjamin G. Kline. Mrs Inez
Krensky. Leo R Kupper. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam C. Levenson. William
B MacDonald. jr.. Mrs. Alex G.
Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer.
Mrs. Max Orovitz. Mrs. John
Owen. Mr. and Mrs. David Phil
lips. Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin
Sam Seltzer. Mrs Murray A. Shaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sher. Mr and
Mrs. Lawrence E. Singer. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. Mrs. H. H.
Tcnenbom. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Julian I.
Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
A. Wein, Mrs. Barney Wolk and
Mrs. Maurice Zimmerman
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honorary chairmen of the "Week''
and gala committee. Hank Meyer
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knit? Meridian
Fridoy, December 8, 1961
Mis. Maurice Laszlo (seated center), co-chair-
men oi the Beth Torah Congregation Library,
shews Abraham J. Gittelson, education direc-
tor (left), and Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz plans for
the goal of 1.000 books by next June for the
synagogue library. Standing (left to right) are
Mrs. William Niven, Mrs. Ewald Ziffer. PTA
president, Mrs. Simon Gilad. faculty member,
Mrs. Abrahcm J. Gittelson, library co-chair-
man, Mrs. Arthur Hirschberg, program chair-
man for PTA, and Mrs. Rudy Freedland. The
PTA of Beth Torah organized and recently
dedicated the library to the congregation.
Kennedy Urges Good Intergroup Relations
JNF Executive
Resigns Pest
By Special Report
.\K\Y YORKMendel V Fisher.
who for 27 years has been execu-
tive director of '.he Jcw:-h National i
Fund, has retired trcm his o.litc.
Announcement of Fishers re-
tirement was made by Albert:
SchilT. president of the Jewish Na-,
tional Fund Of America, who de-
dared that the JNF board of di-
rectors accepted the resignation
with extreme relutance. yielding
to his insistence to retire after
more than a quarter of a century."
Fisher will continue to serve in the
capacity <:i consultant and sent
tary to the JNF.
Re is being succeeded by Dr.
Joseph Stcrnsiein. spiritual leader
of Dayton. O.
Fisher has been prominently
identified with the Zionist move-
ment for many years. A speaker
ol note, lecturer, former journalist,
he bas occupied some of the most
. important posts in the movement
on behalf of Israel. He is a mem-
ber of the ZOA national executive
committee and a former co-direc-
i tor of the United Palestine Appeal.
He was a deputy member of the
(ieneral Zionist Council.
Study Group Meeting
Coral Gables chapter of Pioneer
Women was to hold a Stud] Group
nesting on '' lee. 7. la
l.m. at the home oi Mrs
irccn. 20 Santiila a
Dr. Lehrman
To be Welcomed
Dr. Irving Lchrrr.En. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will
be welcomed heme n\ the senior
high school students who attend
he congregation's weekly Youth
Service and Break;.:-l this Sunday
morning.
Dr. Lehrman h .- jnM returned
from the Israel Bnn;; friendship
tour to Latin America.
Guest speaker at the breakfast in
Sirkin Hall will be Circuit Court
.lodge Irving Cypen. vice president
of the congregation.
MASHING TON (JTA) Good
intergroup relations are vital to
:.al progress and to the na-
1 on's position of leadership in the
(tec world. President Kennedy
stated here last week at a white
House reception ior trustees of the
National Conference oi Christians
arjd Jews.
The reception by Mr. Kennedy
marked the conclusion of the
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guests attended the convention
which, at its closing session, re-
elected its officers, including three
national co-chairmen: Lewis L.
Strauss, former United States Sec-
retary of Commerce; Robert D.
Murphy, former Undersecretary of
Sfate; 'and Carrol M. Shanks. Dr.
Lewis Webster Jones was reeled-
[ ed president.
At the White House reception,
: the NCCJ trustees informed the
President of the launching of a
new, four-year project to "raise
the general level of discussion"
of public issues, such as aid to
Joint Chanuka
Festivities Slated
Annual Chanuka celebration
sponsored jointly by the Ben-Gun-
on and Bialik, Brandeis of Far-
band and Poale Zion. Chaim Green-
berg Branch of Greater Miami, will
be held Saturday evening. Dec. 9,
at the Karband Cultural Center,
842 Washington ave.
Guest speaker will be Harry
Perach. Beryl Morrison, presi-
dent of the Bialik Branch, will read
some appropriate stories from Sho-
lem Aleicham, and Jacob Fishman
will be in charge of the musical
portion of the program.
Dr. Nathanial Soroff. consultant
of the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will be chairman of the evening.
parochial schools and birth con-
trol, on which major religious
groups in this country are in
sharp disagreement.
Earlier, in an address to the con-
vention. Dr. Jones reported on his
recent trip abroad, during which be
visited European countries as well
as Israel, and his conclusiin that
the principle of the complete sep-
aration of Church and State ap-
pears to be uniquely American."
He said the tour-year project on
Religious Freedom and Public Af-
fairs was needed because there is
"considerable confusion" in Ameri-
ca about the meaning of religious
liberty and its application to pub-
lic issues.
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Friday, December 8. 1961
FROM THE TALMUD
Peacemaki Reconciliation
Berakot. 7.
Do not attempt to pacify a man
at the height of hi anger.
*
Berechil Rabhah. 54.3.
A reconciliation without an ex-
planatu that erro lay on b.itii
ijei is ioI a :Mitf reconciliation.
Aboi de R. Nathan. :s. J.
He ichi mallei peace in his otvn
home a- i/ he mafic peace in all
. ael.
* < *
H .,. ,,[' ,/,,.
list ij .' ver of peace
following a;-.-- Peace loving i
u .''::'i to the
' i .
* *
Wayyil Rahbal 9
M ler to ma\e
we man and his u

c; his discij
When it his itibinis-
' nol i"il\
Ij bui /.,
; t 'urns a t at tr Rabbi M .
eplxed "Is it i em ugh thai
Vh Id be U\e tha
( ''' IJ '.;,: peace be-
ifei his u'l/e the Holy
Same whit' u ntten in holm
ito the teal
c/ bitti rne i in order to ej
ealou') (.\'a- 5:23), ihould i
the honoi
A1-.
Q'n*srn
fJewisli norkUoan
Pa v& OL 9ea/, O/ JW.W i .93^
ions
Xife
Let Us Honestly Examine
Our Chanuka Celebrations
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e r v i c e 3
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rjboi Isaac tvei.
Friday 3:13 p.m. Ratunlii) R ltd .. m. '
Sermon: "The Kluniflcum-e oi Main-I
ing the 'hnnuka < 'audle*."

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
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f
: si ijnj? 1110 natfa
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t : : I r
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v t : t : : -
ftapntf ix :rma ljo1?
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is .isms n"i rx dd'1?^
ra vn .-a-ina inionw
i T ..... T..
DiT^j n*?3pi nnetf trpnjij
/larjTO rn nx pn~,B^3
is-oin na-is oa^a ^ax
T I T ; t -:
nx mpn oTfrKa raxn1?
Dtfa D^xnip iimx n'px
."D'OIIX"
nitfa 1331 ma it nwpna
tx n^n^ /n-aann) pana ja
,(i3) n-iSpy-E*^ pa 1V3
.nnnx fix1? innDC^a ^a oy
TRANSLATION -
By RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY
Beth Torah Congregation
While we all arc celebrating
the Festival of Chanuka. I ask my-
self: "Win do nt, here in Greater
-Miami, mark the occasion?'- We
light the candles in a very pomp-
ous way: in the Synagogue and in
our homes. We sing Chanuka
songs; we speak of the miraculous
victory oi the great Chasmonoim
lover the Greek irhposters. We are
happy with their success in pre-
serving the sanctity of the Sabbath,
reaffirming the laws of Kashruth,
and in protecting the purity "l our
family and moral life, which the
ancient Greeks tried to force our
people to abandon.
As the heirs of the Chasmono-
im, we celebrate the preservation
of th.'M- Great and Holy principles.
Bui let us lake account ot our lives
and practices. Lei us ask ourselves
truly and honestly: Do we observe
the principles for which great he-
roes gave their lives? How many
, of our people will desecrate the Sabbath even as they celebrate the
victory of the Chashmonoim who fought against the breach of the
Sabbath''
How mans "t our friends will feasl in celebration of the great vic-
tory "I the Chashmonoim in the conservation of the Laws of Kashruth
how many of them will celebrate with non-kosher banquets, and. even,'coral way je'wish center.
with non-kosher latkes, all. "1 "Kovod Chanuka?" 8755 sw ,6th st Miami. Rabbi Sam-
,, ,, ,, ... ..... .. ..... u*l April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
How many of our brethren honor the wedding. "Kdas Moshe \ Ysra- ft-Mio vi. and K:sn p.m Sermon:
el," and Bar Mitzvah with non-kosher food and drink? Where is our "**ili ie consistency- Where is our honesty? rT^ m,:^,,,'m! .^'^
It we believe in "Das Moshe Y'Ysrael." let US truly observe it. If Ilenatm.
not, why celebrate it? DAOE HE;GHTS ;ewish congre-
Blessed may be these Rabbis of Philadelphia, who took it upon gatiom. 1401 nw iB3rd st. Con-
themselves not to officiate at weddings or other affairs at which non-
kosher meals are served. But my'outery is: "Es Achai Onochi M'Vak-
eish." I am looking for my brethren here, who will also follow sun.
Let us be consistent from now on. Our inconsistency disgraces us.
Let ii- celebrate Chanuka in earnestness, truth and sincerity, according
to the prophecy of Zeclmria: "Thus said God, If you will follow my
ways, will observe my Law, and judge my house and protect my sanc-
tuary; then. I shall place you among those who stand firm and strong
and successful
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GEMS OF WISDOM
'. M
RABBI JOStPH RACKOVSKY
. consisiiency
| tii.n." i Shu Mltxviili: Ann, rliiuulili
I Mr : is.i Mr.-, i.mui.ii,, s. h. i Hal
iirdn.v : a.m, Sei mon: "tn I
I I inch Dae Mint.11 Mil h .. I, hoi
..i Mr .iii.i Mr- .la<-k Minor.

BETH EL. 5C0 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
l-'i i,I.r. 3:13 |i in s.i iiircln>
si rinoii: i "liii nuka, K< ni I

BETH EMETH. 122^0 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi ivax si'
Cantor Hyman Fine.
I
In l Vin Sii nrda.v

EETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd avr.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. presidi "I

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rickovsky.
I-' ; I i I :. mi Saturda) !0 ,a.m,

BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
I i '\ 3:13 and 8:50 p.m Sermon:
I i. ill. ;il i.ill l:..|ili..- Vl-tifin .W\\
meinliei aervlee. S.ii'ini.\ l". a.m.
Bervative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Enianuel Mandel.
I-1 ill.i \ v !'. p. m. Sermon Them
i. i i Wi i, ndle Sat until I"
a.m. Sermon: "The "ha i Spli ii."
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative, Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg.
. anil S:l .*. i> m. Sermon:
"The Ti ii Men nlnfi of Sui --- .~.ii
t:l .!., v ;i III
A.< pa rteroal :i
wide stru de for tl
riernal :, l-ti l< nit
Tli,1 litcii \1 .. ..:i...- be
lilti- a rock, n of t in
lav. J
.
. I i "
the feu

-
i
Cantor David Conviser.
l-"i ill.iv R:|3 i. n 'hanuka .- r\ ce>
Sal iii.n r-i- Miu\ ih:
I'h.ri. daiiRhtei of Judge I M .
I'lllllp Si Ii

TEMPLE BNAI 5HOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
B. Wermck.

TEMPLE EMANU EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvmg
Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler
! 11 .i \ ;.i ]i Sermoi i i
...: \ Itelol'l." Siitun
i in i tin m lixvali i. .it
.: m ;.h .1 lllllman.
(TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 1?th sc.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. N.vot.
Cantor Jarol) Bornstein.
. s,-:*n
i i !i I'hunuka'.' ; I y
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 .
Johnson st. Conservative Rjbln i TEMPLE JUDEm.
David Shapiro.
Heilbrai.n.
Cantor Yehi.dah
Tins page i> prepared in CO'
. ofv'iiiiKii with the Spiritual Lead-
[ er* of the Greater Miami Ribbm-
cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
i i.in H I'liinn: "l.,'Kiii-- .ii
li l\ Sal iuil.i\ l:.n Mitxvah
fJai-y, -.-n ..I' Mr and .Mi Ben Ruill

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
,, Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
1 1 Cantor Abraham Seif.
I I rlday 3 p.m. Ratnrda^ 3n m Her-
i mon: "The Chanuka l.liihtx are Still
[ I HurninK." Bar Mitsvah: b'lephen, noli
1 ..f Mi .mil Mi-a. N'.ii Kotthlatt.

!|MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
(, l-'l i.la.i ". p ill Siitlli-ilii\ :i III.
Contributor:
R\hKI -ill OMON SCHIfP
Gems of Wisdom
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
I'lidaj mindown. Saliiiflio n.m, Bar
Mitxvah: William, son ..i Mr. and Mr*.
'I'll,.>il..... Bel inn ii

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
The Marranos
In 1146. the leaders of the Mos-
lem Arabs in North Africa sum-
moned the Jewish leaders and said
to them: "You have this alterna-
tive: Either embrace the Moham-
medan religion, or die by the
-sword." There were some Jews
who were afraid and outwardly
embraced the Mohammedan reli-
gion, but inwardly, in their hearts,
continued to believe in God and ob-
serve all the precepts of Judaism
These Jews we called "Anusim"
(literally, "those who were forced."
forced converts or Marranos.)
During this period. Moses Mai-
monides iRambuml, who was then
a child of about 13. fled with his
family to another country.
(Published by Bril Ivrit Olamit)
Tlic- i pfonexa
of beaun rtphasiied ''"'
beauty i>/ foplmeM. > > Hhwch.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the derivation of the name
"Chanuka?"
A number of derivations have
, been offered Generally, it u be-
lieved that the name Chanuka
comes lrom a root meaning "to
dedicate." It was on this date in
; the Hebrew calendar that the orig-
inal sanctuary made by Moses in
the wilderness was ready for dedi-
cation. It was also on this date, 1
| that the Maccabees re-dedicated: '
the sanctuary in Jerusalem after
it had been defiled by the Graeco- Light ol the future that shall come ||iin,, ,;,;,,, v, l,.>|..,1, ,SY.
'Syrians Others like to split the in the
term into two expressions. The |()(a| deliverance and salvation
first taken from a term meaning
"to rest" and the second made up,
of two letters whose numerical "Chanuka" itself, taken to mean
value i> twenty live." The mean-1"training" or "education" indica-
ing would then be (Chanu b-Chof ted quite clearly that the fact that
Hell i "They rested on the twenty- ihc Maccabees won the victory and in honor of
fifth." This would indicate that assumed the role of political lead- j JJJ". '.^"jewuh identity^
the victorious Maccabees, who erslup was only a temporary way
were forced to battle for the re- of preparing the people for the
capture of their rights and their establishment of the Kingdom of
sanctuary, were finally able to re- the House of David which was the
lax lrom their armed struggle on only truly accepted Kingdom in
the twenty-fifth of Kislev. Israel. The Maccabees.
Messiannic era With our will dlwuw Tii,- Jew-lah Woman and
i 'hiimiknli." Saturday 9 : m,

TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Pociet.
.....
and .Ii !'. foi
Saturdii> I : ..... lias
I'aiol, ilauuhtei ..: Mr and Mr? V\ I-
Hani BUaim.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative Rabbi Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein
V\ i.i.i > R:13 p.in. Si......n "Roek il
\i;. S:i I ui'il.i \ :< 8 iii
"Portion ..I tin l..i Bin MitKvah:
David, Kon Mr* I'<.....h> Brody,

TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg
PVlday R:I3 p.m, Sermon: "Oullt and
i 'on.-cifnr,*." Saturday Rr45 a.m. >
mon: "We.-ui> |"urtlon."

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Benno M. Wallach.
Friday :l", p.m. S-rmon: "The Mod-
el n Mai .ii-.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
l-'riilnv v :n i. in S.......n: "Will thr-
M.--.11;. Lltuter 1 in"" ineR Hli '
Il.-i Slsterh.....i. Saturday 9 m,
Sermon: "Tin- Stuff thai Ih'eum* are
Miule ol "
It is also Claimed that the name NE 183rd st.. Miami Gardens rd. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB.
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
I- rlda> R:3D p 111 Sermon: > in Ii ill
anil Modern Dreams." One* Shahhal
I1...-I- Mi .111.1 Mis Joaeph iSreenlw-rg
honor of birthday "i mm mil
;i .111 Sii -
Israel.
pilots.
David.
being l*rael
MTI
Others read into the name an ab-jfff*?- were ,,ot ot the HUM f 31uh
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Kridaj k:|.i p.m. Sermon; "The liuin
for Freedom In BSarlj Amurk-a and In
2,200 Vi'iiis Ago." Chanuka
.~iii in da) li:l". .em l'..i 1
oi Mi iiiul Mr*
Jus. |ili M;i.-I. I I
* -
..... I TEMPLE BETH EL OF
Why is there no prohibition from WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
work on Chanuka just like it Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
is prohibited on the Sabbath
and on other Jewish festivals?
breviation where each letter of the
name stands for another word and
the total expression means "Eight
candles (are lit' and the Law is as
(stated by 1 Beth Hillel This i-
used as a proof of our prevailing
custom of kindling one candle the; Basically. Chanuka nol being of
lust day and increasing the num-' Biblical character, would not ear
ber daily until the total of eight r> a prohibition against work, like
candles are lit on the last day. other festivals do, since it is a post-
There are others who consider the Biblical holiday. Some Eastern
term 'Chanuka" to be derived from Jews, like the Yemenite Jews.
an expression meaning "to edu- keep their places of business closed
cate" or '"to 'ram Theirs is the all eighl days of Chanuka. giving
belief thai these tiny lights are the festival a character of prohib-
only a preparation, or a training iting work or business affairs thai
for US so that we will be able to be would detract lrom the spirit of
worthy Of experiencing the Great the holiday.
HOLLY-
Reform
l-'i i.l.n s: I.". p hi ("h;i nuka i in i\
vi,-,.. Confirmation eta** i*' "The
I'aKeanl of j.lRtit* Satin ilii ( |o;l."
;i.in.
----
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structicnist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
I 1 Ida} m Si rmon "Tl 11
in.in Itltthl in Differ." I'han
i,-,. Saturdu a m. Sei
- -1 -..ii lie V Kit)
Mr* M Ilimnn

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV. 4144
ave. Libeial. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
l-'ii.l.i\ s.i-, p.ni Sermon: *: '.., -
Hi 1 lei 1 Inn he 1 1.....is, I,.11- 1 meg
Shabhal h Kiis.'h hi honor of wedding nm
s.iii s.ii'irii.,' 9 n in. Sermon:
Weeklj I'orl Ion nf tin I

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can-
tor.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
1'ii'i.iv R :.i p.m Sermon: "Redi-diea-
ii tlneg Shnhliul I1...-1 I s>

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
l-i'i.i;i\ K:13 p.m Sermon "Iteklnd I g
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
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CANDltUGHTING TiMl
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Friday. December 8. 1961
Dag Translation
Of Buber Slated
UNITED NATIONS (JTA> The
Stockholm publishing firm of
Dimmers notified the United Na-
tions headquarters recently that
a> a memorial to the late I'-'' >i
Nations Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold. it planned to pub-
lish a Swedish translation of "I
and Thou."" a basic book (by the
Israel' philosopher. Prof Martin
Buber. which Mr. Hammarskjold
wanted to translate.
The Stockholm publishers said
that they received a letter from
Mr. Hammarskjold. short!) before
his death sometime ago. inform-
ing them that he was translating
"I and Thou"' into Swedish. Mr
Hammarskjold had also informed
Prof. Buber of his work on the
translation. Prof. Buber received
the last Hammarskjold letter, at
his home in Jerusalem, the day
the late secretary general met his
tragic death in an airplane crash
Bonniers said it will carry
through the Hammarskjo'd plan
for the translation and publish
the book in msmoriam to the
late secretary genaral "in the
very near future." Mr. Hanimar-
skjoid's plan to translate Prof.
Buber's work was be!ievd, by
persons here who knew the for-
mer UN chief well, to have been
preliminary to prcposir/j Prof.
Buber for a Nobel Prize in lit-
erature.
Two recent Nobel Prize lam <
in literature. Albert Camus and
S John Perse, had had tbeii
works translated into Swedish bj
Mr. Hammarskjold before the)
v-v-re given the coveted Nobel prize.
Mr. Hammarskjold had been a
member of the Swedish Academv.
the body which officially desig-
nates the Nobel laureates in the
field of literature.
Urge Greeks
To File Claims
viiifns (JTA) An urgent
appeal to Jewish organizations
Jewish publications to inform
Creek nationals now residing in
America and in other countries that
the deadline for filing claim- for
compensation suffered by the Nazi
victims in Greece is December.
y;'d that no claim filed after that
will receive consideration,
v as issued by the National Council
ot Greek Jewish Communities.
"We know there are thousands
h America who are eligible and
wiio have not as yet filed their
claims or filed them faultily." [si-
dor Noah, president of the National
Council, stated ""It would be tra-
gic for them to lose this money by
default.""
The Greek indemnification law
was enacted by the Greek Govern-
ment as a result of the agreement
between Greece and the Federal
German Republic for the distribu-
tion of S28."50.000 to provide com-
pensation payments to former Nazi
\ ictims in Greece who suffered on
a count of race, religion or op-
position to Nazi ideology.
I'nder the law. thousands ot per-
sons resident in the United States
Israel, Western and Central Eu
rope, and in other areas, who dur-
ing World War II as Greek natio
Dais lo.-l a spouse, parent, child.
iiiaiidparent. brother or sister who
M IS also a Greek citizen, or who
themselves suffered imprisonment
in Nazi concentration camps or in-
- to health, have become eligi-
i e for compensation. It is empha-
s fed ihat under the law both the
victim as well a- the claimant fil-
ing on behalf of the Victim must
have had Greek nationality when
the act of persecution occurred.
Claims must be filed through
a lawyer accredited to the Greek
courts, with the Secretary of the
11 ibunal of First Instance. Santa
st Athens. Greece, and a
certified copy with the Greek Min-
istry of Finance. 10 Karayor^hi
S rviaa It., Athens. For subsequent
processing of claims, the services
of a lawyer are also indispensable.
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Friday. December 8, 1961
+Jewisii ftoridti&n
Page 11-C
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH !U3X!L CIRCUIT IN
AND FOB D*DE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12525
THE I! ROOK l YS SAVINGS BANK,
, \. v..rk banking c >i |M>rai Ion,
Plaintiff,
Al.' iNZO i: a t ILEY nn1 LENORA
ST \NI.KV, h v.i' ASPIC
IXVBSTMRN iRATRiv .
i.....i,im oorpor I T. li Ki 'in.
tnil RUTH K K' life,
I >!* udanP-.
NOTiCS OF SUIT
T H ROH1 RUTH K.
KOHL, hli w f*>
, \ni, rka ided M 'i tgnge
(.... Inc.
.._. west Pajel -' >" el
Miami, i" I I'
I \KK HF '' M ITIFIEI I il
,n.. >l:ii: file I ngli i Ml
ine PI i he ubove-
i i ',,-.ir' n I CJ fol the p
,,1 fore Ion moi I gugi on
r Aimrir
BY H5NRY LEONARD

v.

, .. following described property, mi-
u ,i. and being '' "'' County. Ki r-
|da. .i rul" more particularly described
-,. folluWs;
Lot 23, Block 30, HRST ADDITION
in MYRTLE I ROVE, according to
the l'lut thereof, recorded In I'lal
Book >" at 1'as- -. Cublk- RhwiIs
Of I m,I. i loi rlda:
Together with
pi. pi
Hotting Items.of
and permanently
of the Improv*-
the i
located ir.
installed as a p>ri
irt-nls on said I.mil:
mldlng-Glass Door Tub Enclosure
Rang. G.B. Model No. J-400-M
Refrigerator O.K. Model No. LB-ll
Washing Machine I !
Model NO. W.V-V.o
You air hereby required t" serve a
ropy of vour answer or othei plead-
Ins: on pkmttffs ittorneys: JOHN I>.
BRION and WII.Hl'K C. ROLLINS.
I .ii 8.E. Ind Barest, Miami, Florida,
i Kanklln I -6 *;. ind fl!e the original
a newel or pleaiilng in the office of
the Clerk of said Court on or before
the 21 st day of December, IMk If
. -ii i.iil lo do so, j decree pro con-
f, ..... will be entered against you
i i the relief demanded In the Com-
i .nut.
WITNESS mj hand and senl of said
.,i Miami, Dade County, Flor-
ida ttii- 81st daj ol November, 19*1
Ej B LEJ IERMAN
ierk of aiia cull Co.
,..,:, i;. 0. p COPELANH
I.....11 ti Cierk
II 24, 12 1-8-15
277
"Sm you later, Hannah. I'm rowing to the main-
land to pltdgo to tht United Jewish Fund."
Cr. 10*1, Oavelw P-sducKoM
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE.
No. 44-47
- RK Estate i
VIRGINIA CHARLOTTE HILL
i !. asetl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All C! editors an J All I'e so 11., \ -
i 'lalma or I > i-in-ls Against Said
i
. hereb) n i* d ind requlr-
to : ums and demunde
j ou may h'xve a gainst the es-
V1RG1 nvv I VRL< TTK Hii.i.
id late of Da ni f
i i 'oui ty Judges of Ii
i tile the ii I he.....I -
ihi Count) In Bade
i mi FT irl la n six (6 > eal-
montha tati ol the
I iblicai m h or I same
! i aired
RTH I WHITE

i, Gold '

West Plagl
i, Fla.NL j
n 17-2*. 12 1-8
CIRCUIT COURT. 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DAO COUNTY. Ft*.
No. SIC 12174
ELINOR I.' BIN,
Plain
v -.
GEORGE SAMUEL STEIN,
1 >efen lant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vor. GEi i U : -- \ Hl'EL STEIN,
19 '. I St. Ap I.. Daikis 8, Tex-
as, u il I serv "
>our answer to Divor Complaint
filed agaii Intlffa ittor-
n. > GEORGE NICHOLAS", ISIH N'
7th st Mian '-' ind tile u Ig
with Cloi i '". on or before
in K, itherwiw i i
. >..
liATED
... i i i;rma.\, i
i..., i i HKLEN kessler,
1
12 8-1.--22-2?
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.OA IN CHANCtKY
No. 01C 12325
l.i 'Y .1 WILL I v M -
Plaintiff,
JANIE CHRISTINE WILLIAMS,
1 i. n.lant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOC, JANIK CHRISTINE IVIL-
I.IA.M.--, c/o Thomas, 14U
marks CHURf!H road, avgusta,
'; \ .i notlfle i to serve a i opj "i
> iur answer to Complalnl
filed against you >--i Plalntlfrs attor-
ney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, 1218 N.W
Till St., Miami PI and Ii'.-' or I
wiili Clerk of this C mrt on or bei ire
i in. I, 19(2, otherwise complalnl IH
i i nf. ~..-ii b v..
DATED N.....ler 2", l1
i: Ii. LEATHKRMAN, Clerk
I '.id,- Coil I "in I
i.. al) Bj HI i:S KESSLER,
i :.
- I ^-\:-:-
NOTICE OP SALE
MISS RARY I VKK
, ",'h i ornlsh a r
ill W lb
NVw York V. New Yorl
>'.(.. fled that tl
ii .
rdai \w :':
l laws i i if Florida, v. ill
>.-.. [IH. to wl
..
; RCA
I Tab.i .. Rad
7 1 're
.
ni< Suits
4 1' :'
The sal held on Januar
: v | ,:.. >ay Ho-
tel, at 69tl t Avenue, Mi-
i Bead
TALI an ''. \ LER t LITMAN
Attorneys for Bo nba> Fl
120 Lii : t id Aiaml b ach
u : .8-t:-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, >TI i' H CREBY GIVEN tl ll
ng t enga
.. under he fictitious name ol
F'LORIDA WAVER CLINK' at 1"IT
W. Ela t St., I iml Intends !> reg-
Is, .-.,. i name lth the Clerk tl
, r_>ade County, Flor-
ida
i-i III: WATER PR lOCCTS. INC.
Li. l .! v i Bermun, Presidi at
GEi i ii BALLEY -v it. PAUL
Atton sys for
......' "T, l7.t,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT'OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is hf:rj n GIVEN thai
t 'in,|. rslgne J le i ng to engage ii
i i.-lness under the ri til lout nui m ol
v PL wrii- WA1 1LINIC .ii l"
\> I- lagler s. Intends i" i eg
Ister Bald nan he Clei k ol I hi
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
PURE WATER PR "DUCTS, INC.
By: David n >r in, President
CEO, II. BALLEY & R PAUL
Attorne) tor
Pure Water EToducts, Inc.
11/17-24, lg/l-i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 81C 11857
SHERMAN P. BA its.
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARRIE BATTS,
Defendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yin'. CARRIE BATTS, (address
unknown) are hereby notified to serve
a copy of your Answer t" divorce
Complaint filed against you the
3rd day of November, IM1. by the
Plaintiff's attorney, Oakley G. Smith,
i"i N.W. First Avenue, Miami. Floi
Ida.
i i orlg-inal wi'h Clerk "i this
C .nil on before he 86th daj o
Oecember, 1981, otherwise Complaint
w ill bi taken IS i issed by ]
K B. LBATHERMAN
'lerk of s ii.I 'Ircuil Court
(seal) By k v. i.vman.
Deputy Clerk
II 84, IS 1-8-1,
N01",CE UNDER
FICT'TlOLS NAME LAW
N ,-:; Y OIVFX
... | le- il : I ens i
^ ,.v M-A CAR si -i i ...
- Ml iml, Ha..
...... .- -., : nan e
the Clei C'ourl
I ,, SCAN \' ''; VU I N'
MARX FABI
\ K" A
,1/17-24.12/1-8
IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORID* 'N aooBATE
No. 54527-C
in RE: Estat
MORRIS H LEVINE,
i >ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T., VII Creditor'- .-i 1 A" Person.-, ria\
ing Claima or Dei andg Against >.. d
You are hereb- notified and
ii red to present any claim- and de-
t'ie IORRIS H LfcV INF,
i....... i ate of i'ii- County, Flor-
ida, : the iunl Judges '
.., .. m i file the son In dupnc its
,,i ,. provid i '" :""; "
I r : '' '
the >' ml :" ""' '
^ pi >rl la, thin six

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 544*4
IN RE: Estate of
VIVIAN anna PACE, formerly
ANNA GERSTEIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or L>e nandg Aga pet Si d
i: ite
*i hereby i itllie.i and '--
I '... iresent any claims and de-
mand! wir.'-'-. \ "i may have aga
.tati il ViVI \N ANNA PACE,
formerly anna GF:rs'TEIN, d--
. ., i Dade l 'ounty, Fl i
to the County Judges Diaile County,
ind i the same In duplicate and as
provided i: Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In ti> Ir in the Cou -
ty Courthouse In DaJe County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months fron
i lie time of the rirst publication here-
of, or the -a rni will be ban i
!'.,; Mian Fi
November. A.I
.v.i- rf:i z vcf:
A -
CHEREN ,\ >L1>F N
Vi -. ? Execut >r
, inpia in -
Miami I
12 8-1.1-22-2:'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF
FLORID*. IN AND -OR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 6'C '22^3
IA< iR M iRGENSTERN,
P tincll
\ -
WILLIE MAE SPENCER,
1 lefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
rO: WILLIE MM. -'.' rNCER
c o Cta ude Oily ard
C "A", Ittn B, 0 3rd Bdge.
Port Ord, Californl i
PI .,-.. tak notli thai i on ilalnl
- 4a-.' upon thi
low "^ described r al estate, to-wlt:
l.i 25, Blot < I. of BUNCHVILLE
KUBD1VISH N co 'li:u i" the PI U
thereof, red rdod In Pat Book 4:'.
H p,,;. 98, .; the p ibllc rei ords ol
Dade I lounty Rorl It,
has been filed l*aln.-t irou V 'i "
rod t" file ir inswer with the
i erk of this <''' ind aei va a copy
upon Cain, Isis, orbach *. Polar >'
v\ Pjigler Street. Miami, Florida, on
.,,- before the 18th day of December,
.,.i:, ii' el w jatlons "f the
compl tint wil be to ken onl...... I
by you
i, : .. ir.th day ol Novei
1961
K : i r VTHERM VN
Clerk of tl
. I
. MAN
| ;, '
11 17-24,
LEGAL NOTICE
:N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. iN AND FOR PAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12073
:n Ite: P- It "ii ol
i-i: i:l panzer and gf:rtrui>e
M '.....Ex. i -
o Ann.. Ijing, :, k a
\ l a Kutz, di .i m .
NOT.CE TO APPEAR IN
PROCEEDING TO R ? ESTASL'SH
LOST NOTE
T' : Nori'. |i Ini -
I"" ndai (on, I in .
I harle I ind a
i sted p rson
v., i-. ,],, ,, ,- .i i appear
Ho .......; <\i ,i ti;,
- H ; v ,,r the ludg
the Com r H-. -
irida 80 P.M., ,'. in lay,
Hull, and
ind th< re xh ,%v
u i -. nss.-I- du I, a? '--
n hy i be : .
' ite, desi 'i In the rx on file
herein, m i le Man '57, by
Noi 'i' up li .--' mem !', mdai i m, Inc
''" ind Am i Lang, hi-
n the p Inclp mi ol $1 '..:"> i no
with .i i. -..- -, me rate "f six per
ii-. pa -ibi.- in five years il the
rate oi J...... per month, which note
ured i purchase money mort-
gage recorded in Official Records
BOOk l'J'l Ut T:ie 471 of tile 1 ..l I-
County Public Recprds, which prom-
issory note la alleged i" -a d petition
10 have been lost, mislai I or destroy-
ed, should not be r.....Btablished, and
as to which .-.lid promissory note the
said petitl >n prays that a true and
sorreci copy thereof be established i-
and in lieu of the original note, and
that said re-established note be de-
creed to be the sole and rightful prop-
erty 01 the Estate of Anna Lang.
And herein fail not.
Witness my hand and seal of said
.''iin -it Miami, I "'I- County, i-.
ida. this ir.th day "i November, 1961
i:. I. LEATHKRMAN
Clerk ,.r th- Circuit i '"'art
i'ii- i 'ounty, Ki-.r i.i
i seal) K. M I.VMAN
Deputv Clerk
11/17-24, 12 1-8
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX OEED
File 52239
N' ITICE is HERt-HY GIVEN Hi it
Nathaniel W Siege hold is as-
- jnee .,' '' ty "1 Miami Vi, >i
. numbered 7M and 1070,
I ite i the 1st Day of Jun >, A.D :
has 'i -I .-ni certifiestes In my ofl
and has made a pplic itl 'ti or :., \ 'l l
.. :.- i .,,) in ace '-'',>'. \. :- li
law Si Dcates embr u the
following described property, situated
:n I 'nl.' C iunty Stale ul i >| I ,. I
All
3 BI ick 36, Twelfth Btre. I Man-
ors Plat Book 5 Page 59 In the
City "! .Miami. County if Dade
S r- ; loi Ida iced 'ii
Certif cat No 700 The >-
n .-in ol said proper! ? tl
iId certificate Issued ta In the
nan if I know n.
Lot l .-. s 5' Si
Mai livlslon., B
i the City of V
ty :' I'.-i- .-: i .... as
raced In Certl N
The i.. .'.:
un ler the i rl leal led
i i
cm s* said -
irdina t-. iv, i l '
A'ill n on the 27th da
Dated this .'1st day if n
ah 1961
i LEATHKRMAN
Clerk Circuit Court,
Dade 'ounty. PI r- i,
(seal) u .vi. i.ki.'P:
i .puty Clerl
11/24, 12 : -22
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jen fst> fiorUUsun
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate ycfur
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
IHal FR 3-1605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF
FLORIDA. N AND COfl DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 6'C 123C3
CENTRAL SAVINGS i.a.NK (N THB
CITY i iK NKW i IRK orporation
existing under ihe laWa of the state
.,! N York,
PI id
>. -
i i: \Ni-. sit IRSKt, el al,
l'- endanta,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: PRANK SITARSIvl ml
JULIA SITARSKI
tl:: Water Street
Ransh. w, Pel nsylv anla
Yoc ARE HEREBY NOTIPTCD that
a suit has been brought against you
by CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN
THE PITY OP NEW YORK, in th
above-eni tie i Court, ; i I in lose a
mortgage em the following
'i'-' b< i '-1,.....'i. to-wlt:
I."' v ii BI k k 18, FTRST ADDI-
Tl( IN T' SIF:RRA .- i -. i "n>
plal thereof, recorded In Plat Book
';. at p ige 96 il the public rei ir is
',!" i' id.- Coun :-. Floi i-i i
tier i '
GE LA 92 K Ri I I ; itor
HE J 361-L FI -:'
\ -'.. tlun p. -
and > ou a.-e req file y ir an-
> ,-r with thi Clerh ( the Cl 'C i i
Florida .....
::- '.ii i-'! i,. in or
befoi p D '.-: nd to iecv e
a copy of s >A '
P C VTSMA.N p Att irney,
host .-! Iress Is 14 11)1
.. i j Streel VI ''.-
Ida. on bei I i,:.- m re-
linked 1.1 a il Florida If
you i ul to 1 ..... ill
be takei mfi --' by nd a
i'..... I' I l wll II I
aguint i led in
. i-
l 'A'i'i::> this f No'
\ MAN
Clei .-irt
I >-,i Co ity, -i
l. MAN
CAT!
2, no
r-24 12 i-S
:'.\'. in
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M ami
i\ the circuit court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY.
No 6'C 12429
VNICE flAlL MiI.l.l'.N'.
Pla
MARVIN ARI : LL MILLEN,
lant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vi -I MARV IN AKOELL MtLLEN
i'..- ( GffF er, .i '" i*s, United state-
Navy, Nav il A Facility, Se> -
Rlvi Al tpolls, Maryland, ar- no-
tified to isrve a copy "i your An-..-i
to Divorce Complaint tiled against
you on I'lalntlffa attorney, GEORGE
NICHOLAS, 1218 N.W 7 St.. Miami,
,,!i 1 ii 01 Iglnal lth 'lerk ol
thla 'uri on or bei >re December,
'.,' otherwise complaint will b-- ton-
ivi by ou.
DATED, N iv ':. 1961.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
( ri. of aaid Circuit Court
By : C I. ALEXANDER,
i iuty Clerk
ll '.', 12 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N' >v|. e ,s HEREBY Gl\ EN th U
; dgi i let ..._.
busin nd loua i im
IAL BAR th Street, Ml -
ami Penh. Plu to reglste
said ime with 'Clerl the Cir-
cuit C in "' ;
5A.M KENSON
ii
* l-8-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE !.- HEREB\ GIVEN that
the un lerslgi ed, desiring I > anga
in ler the fi, ti:i is n ime of
SOUTHERN WATER CLINIC at 1047
W. Pkurler St Miami Inten la I i reg-
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Dated il Miami, Florida, thla 16th
lay November, A.D. 198
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HAIDUCK APARTMENTS at 850 and
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Friday, December 8. 1961
Cover Captions, Vatican Orders
VATICAN ORDERS COVERING dorf church last week to receive of a -desecration of the Hosf" cov
REGENSBURG, West Germany absolution for their sms reported ered with cloth or otherwise made
-(JTA)-Catholic wor-hipers who this weeK tney found medieval unreadable. Thousands of Catho-
n-.ade a pilgrimage to the Deggen- anti-Jewish captions on pictures lies make the pilgrimage annually.
The captions were covered on
recommendations of the Vatican.
They described an alleged dese-
cration by the Jews of Deggendorf
in 1937 purporting to show that
they had thrown a wafer symboliz-
ing the body of Christ into a well.
The pictures and captions also de-
picted the subsequent slaughter of
the Deggendorf Jews as a "God-
j willed act." Charges ot j leged desecrations and pogroms
| arising from them were frequent
I in medieval Germany.
The Regensburg diocese also , dered confiscation of the "Degg i
j dorf Gnadenbuechlein." pub1
; by a Benedictine father in |
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