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The Jewish Floridian ( December 15, 1961 )

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!" onth campaign of anti Semitic Frisco Youths Plead Guilty DIE? generation to generation terror against i Austrian immigrant and his wife pleaded guilty. this week. The two others entered pleas of innocent and their trial uas set tor January 15 before Su|. rior Judge Harry Neubarth. se pleading guilty will be sened Jan. 9. They tace maximum cnces of three years in prison. The terror campaign in April I960 when neighborhood toughs.. > inging in age from 16 to 21, sys-i tcmatically terrorized the couple. 1 Mr. and Mrs. WUiam Bowman. They called the couple at all hours of night and snarled obscenities and made anti-Semitic remarks. Two of the youths pleaded guilty before the trial. They will be sentenced on MonContinued on Page 12 A In contrast, he said, the complete Americanixation of the Jew in this country posed the threat that "the vast accumulation of Jewish learning and culture will now be dissipated into the wider community and in the process lose much of its strength in the Continued on Page 5-A Combined Jewish Appeal Gets Underway in Miami 'Cog in Machine' Defense Piea Nixed By 3-Man Tribunal JERUSALEM— Dir !d JTA Teletype!—At' Genera'. Gideon Kausner. chief prosecutor of Adoli Eichmann, asked the court Wednesday to render the death penalty on tr.e former Gestapo Colonel. (See "Judgment." P-ge 2-A With the reading of the 100.000-word %  •guilty" judgment completed Tuesday, the court announced that Dr Robert Servatius, Eichmann's West German defense counsel, also would address the court. He was expected to challenge the jurisdiction of the three-justice court in the unprecedented trial. After the reading of the verdict was completed, Eichmann was instructed to rise to his feet to hear the announcement of his conviction on all counts of the indictment. He listened for 25 minutes without any perceptible change in his expression. Dr. Servatius then asked for an adjournment to enable him to consult his client re gardirtg his planned statement to the court on the matter of Eichmann's sentence. rot mnmt FIATUMS PAGl J-C; 6 AND 7-C Greater Miami'.* Combined Jewish Appeal campaign for 1962 gets underway Friday with "New Horizons as Its theme — and as its goal. Cal Kovens. 1962 campaign chairman, sounded the keynote for the drive with a challenge: "The New Horizons are there for our community — (here's no doubt about that. New Horizons in service. New Horizons in giving. New Horizons in humanity. We have only to strive for these New Horizons, and I have every hope we will do so in the 1962 campaign." Kovens announced a series of Supreme Court to Investigate Prayers in the Public Schools WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The constitutionality of a daily prayer recitation in New York public schools will be considered by the United States Supreme Court next spring. The high court agreed this week i op _| e /e | appointments to camReading of the judgment re quired 16 hours and at the con elusion, the court intimated that it would not consider arguments advanced in mitigation of ttie crimes for which it convicted the 56 year-old defendant. Dealing with the defense plea that Eichmann had to obey orders of his superiors j in his part in the deportation and 'slaughter of 6.800.000 European Jewish men, women and children, the court declared this ara t ment would not be considered even Continued on Paqe 11-A i to rule on the prayer, which was BUMETT B07H tUCTlB CIMIBMAN ADL Slates Board Meet; Schultz to Speak Sunday recommended in 1951 by the New ?d \g n posts. York Board of Regents for all pub-, Samuel N. Friedland was named j lie schools in New York State and chairmaa of the pacesetters Diviswhich was upheld in a series of tests in state courts. The prayer is: "Almighty God. we acknowledge our dependence upon Thee and we beg Thy blessings upon us. our parents, our teachers and our country." fO ADDITIONAL STORKS The Supreme Cur-t agreement to examine the ime will be its first on the highly controversial dispute. Five families with 10 children in school in New Hyde Park in surburban Nassau county are the complainants. Two are Jewish, one it Unitarian, one is a member of the Ethical Culture Society and one is a non-believer. They contended, in their appeal Continued on Page 8-A ion. Howard Kane was selected as chairman of the Campaign Cabinet. Hyland Rifas will head the Trades n I Pr f< ssions Co in Leon Kap Profess %  Di\ si '' rt Macht, c (airman I %  MercantUe Division: Mrs Fa> Ablin chairman of initial Gats for the WornIon's Division: Robert Russell, chairman of the Manufacturing and Transport Division: Burton B. i Goldstein, chairman of the Services Division: apd Daniel Neal Heller, chairman of general solicitations. PACIS 2 AND 3-C Annual meeting of the Florida regional board of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith will convene Sunday. 930 ajn., a: the Algiers hotel. Some 4C0 board members and friends of the League will meet for the morn ng business session and for the noon award luncheon. ADL membi ra fi >m Jacksonville. Daytona Beach, rampa, St. Peters-! burOrlando, the Palm Beaches, Ft Lauderdale, Ft. Pierce, Sarasota. and Hell loin Dade NFW yoRK-fJTA)—American Jews raised S60.000.000 n count u nination of ,^ ^ Uaited j Lnvish Appeal to aid Israel's immigrants and '.oca! agenej Bias Probe On in Capital WASHINGTON (JTA) — Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy was disclosed this week to have ordered an investigation by trie FBI in a fashionable Washington suburb FBI agents have been in terviewing homeowners in Wesley Heights to determine whether restrictive covenants signed 30 years ago are a violation of anti-trust regulations. The suburban development is Key appointments went to Mrs. ere of several in the area bunt and sold by the W. C. and A. H. Continued on Page 5-A Continued on Page 3-A UJA Votes $95 Million Goal for '62 e views of NfNOT SCKUITZ ... principal speaker the Florid I A new slate of officers headed by Burnett Roth as chairman Continued on Page 7-A and express fcr ,he Jews overseas. ,,i 1S 1D62 in view of the v arious > %  '" %  creased immigration to Israel anc" other lands. •Thousands of lives depend uplon our raisin,; S33.000.000 next were asked Sunday to contribute S95.00o.000 in emergency situations iai for the .car over and above the $60,000.000 raised this year.' Joseph Meyerhoff, UJA general chairman, told 1.5J0 leaders of Jewish es from all parl opening ..i> annual nal ion il con%  i the United J ["he Increased pace of (ration to [si ather > mntries, including Hates, makes this increased Continued on Page 6-A



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Page 2-A +Je*i§f Fkriljar Friday, December 15, 1361 Judgment Sets Stage for Adolf Death Penalty JERUSALEM—Attorney General Gideon Hausner early Wsdrvesday asked the three-rr.an court presidir-j in the trial of Adolf Eichmann to render the death penalty on the notorious former Gestapo Colonel judged guilty in the Naii slaughter of six million Jews. It is expected that the court will pronounce sentence on Friday .about 2 a.m., Miami time 1 To be cons : dered in the sentencing is the facr that Israel has no capital punishment, and would have to pass a special law to carry out the death penalty. Also raised is the question of how Eichmann's body would be disposed of after execution. In a dramatic n-th hour plea, EicSmarm, readies a prepared statement, said he was "disappointed" in his "failure" to receive justice in Israel, charging that "I do rot recognize" th* guilt pronounced upon him, and repeating that he was merely a cog in the machine of the German will. JERUSALEM IJTAi Uriel's three-man District Court here. Which tried Adolf Eichmann on a 15 count indictment. Mondas tound the ex-Nazi guilty on all counts. The verdict was unanimous. Presiding Justice Mo>he La^duu announced, when the court recon vened at 9 a.m. in the hushed chambers at the Beth Haam. that the prosecution had "established the entire bill of indictment' a-ninst the defendant Following that announcement, the court be gan reading the judgment. Three sessions were held — morning alternoon and evening Eichmann had beor. charged specifically with crimes agar.-t the Jewish people, crimes agjtr.s' humanity, war crimes, and membership in organizations declared •criminal" by the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg ; n 1946. Twelve of the 15 counts in the indictment carry the maximum penalty of dea'h. The court had taken exactly four months, since the trial was concluded on Aug. 11. to deliberate the case and formulate its judgment. The trial itself lasted four months, having opened last Apr. 11. The former Gestapo Colonel, now convicted of having directed the annihilation of 6.000,000 European Jews during World War II, stood, ramrod straight in his bullet-proof, glass-enclosed booth in the courtroom, as Justice DAILY PICKUPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS • fteOKLYM-Y MAMl %  UCM.KA. I LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • Ph"UDElH;i • BAITIMCR 6 AlBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE cid all otrnr paints Weekly Service Fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 Landau opered the morning session. He showed no emotion whatever as he heard the verdict. After requesting him to sit dewn. Justice Landau started reading the 300-page judgment. Later, that task was shared by the two other jurists on tha court. Judge Yitzhak Raveh and Judge Binyamin Halevi. "The charges of unsurpassed severity. a>cribed to the accused." stated the judgment. r eier to the period of Hitler's regime in Germany, and paragraphs in the indictment encompass the catastrophe which befell the Jewish people during that period—a story of bloodshed and suffering that will be well remembered to the end of time. The catastrophe has been discussed id court proceedings, dealt with extensively at the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg and elsewhere But. this time, it occupied the central place in these court proceedings. "There was a desire — understandable in itself — to give a comprehensive and precise his torical description of events that occurred during the catastrophe and. in so doing, emphasize also the unbelievable feats of heroism performed by ghetto fighters, those who mutinied in camps, and by Jewish partisans. "There are also those who re-' gard this trial as a platform for j clarification of questions of great: import, some of which arose from i the catastrophe while others, of long standing, have emerged once i again in more acute form because ; of unprecedented sufferings that were visited upon the Jewish peo-> pie and upon the vt >rld as a whole in the middle or' the Twentieth C (nturj Justice Landau then posed some of these questions, isking: "How Id s h ipi en in l I, • and wl vas il us Ger mar. people from wh evil spra \ arri' ...'v.! u--:;-!. without the he "Procjtessing with Our Many Satisfied Customer*" ANOTHER LOCATION FOt TOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. -JOT" %  "mnun" %  -NATroot TEXACO ion Coral Way & S.VY. 27th Aft. MO S.W. Stl PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's leading Memorial Dealers Servian ffc* Jewish Commtreity Siace 1925 MIAMI'S ONE AND 0NLT JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATERING EXCLUSIVELY 70 THE JEWISM CLIENTELE GUARANTEED FINEST QOAUTT MONUMENTS AT 10WEST PRKtl IN MIAMI I 6R4VE MARKEtl HEADSTONES FOOTSTONES Only $35.00 Why Pay More? Boy for less at Palmer's and Save I All Menumf if J Custom Made In 0f Own Shops within 3 Days I 3277 7 9-SI SOUTHWEST 8S STREET Next to Corner at l"ti Avetn PHONES : HI 4-0921 HI 4-0922 peopl<> in whoso midst the dwelt? Would it ir.no been possible to avert the catastrophe, at least in part, if tie Allies had displayed greater will ;) a>sist the persecuted Jew B? "Did the Jewish people in lands of freedom do all in its power to rally to the rescue of its brethren and to sound the alarm for helo?" Justice Landau continued. "What are the psychological and social causes of the group hatred which is known as anti-Semitism? Can this ancient disease be cured, and by what means? What is the lesson which Jews and other nations must learn from all this in regard to every man's relationship to othars?" The court then cited its author ity in this case, pointing to the Israel law of 1955 authorizing the trial and punishment, upon conviction, cf Nazis and their collaborators The defense had. at the beginning of the trial last April, questioned the court's jurisdiction Thi> point is fully expected now to form the basis for an appeal from the court's findings to lsraol > Supreme Court. Judge Halev:. 'aVin-^ up the reading cf the judgment a' this point, stated-that the 1955 la* had given "expression to the historic change in the political situati m tf the Jewish people who. ha .'roa;ost and grave.-', a c i i_a.?t the Nazis, had no ,, for trying Nazi i until the establishment tne State of Israel."' in. regard to [sra si's • v ^a!' law. said^JuAlg; • ., numerous legal authority ,. shown that "Israel i. min *.. ,, accord with the principle.. ,, ernaf.onal law." 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Friday, December 15, 1961 ""•Jenis* fhrMRun Page 3-A Israel Accepted in Economic Group GENEVA—(,ITAi—Israel was ac-1 and other European countries cepteel this week as a lull mem-|uhilc ignoring or rebuffing raeli bur of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), the international organization which deals with the reduction of tariff] barriers to trade among member countries. Mr. ard Mrs. Jack A. Cantor, who will serve as Grand Marshals ci the Ambassador's Eall, are sepn at a dinner where they were honored for "extraordinary achievements on behalf of Israel's economic development through the Israel Sond program." Cantor at the time was chairman, with the late Sam Critt, of the Israel Bond Organization, and is now chairman of the board of governors. Cantors to Serve as Grand Marshals At Israel Bond Ball Here Dec. 27; Shneerson and Gov. Bryant Slated Eligible to attend are Sponsors, Guardians, Builders and Trustees of Israel, categories representing those who have purchased a minimum of S1.0C0 in Israel Bonds during 1961. Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Cantor v. ill serve as Grand Marshals of the Ambassador's Ball to be held Wednesday evening. Dec. 27. at the I mtaincbleau hotel under auspices the Greater Miami Israel Bond ( ; sanitation. Cantor is former chairman of the Israel Bond Organization, and now serves as chairman of the board overnors. Among his achievements on behalf of Israel through the Israel Bond program was his idea and development on a national level of the Golden Trustee program. Golden Trustees are purchasers of 550,000 in Israel Bonds in one year. other Miami leaders heading efforts tor the Ambassador's Ball include Samuel Friedland, chairman Of the Israel Bond Organization: Mrs. Jack Katzman. chairman of the Women's Division; and Mrs Anra Brenner Meyers, chairm in of the Ambassador's Corps of Hosts. The Ambassadors Ball this year Is expected to surpass previous years in glamor and social flare, it was stated by Mrs Meyers. Guests of honor will be Ambassador Mordekhai Shneerson and Gov Farris Bryant, of Florida. They will be joined by many distinguished luminaries trom the arts, government and civic endeavors. The Ambassador's Ball will cli max Greater Miami's 1961 efforts fur Israel Bonds. A highlight of the evening will be the presentation ol awards to 1961 Trustees. Builders. Guardians and Sponsor-. The program will include presentation of flags of Latin American nations to the Governor of Florida by members of the PanAmerican Friends of Israel GoodWill Tour. Thoe flags were given to the Pan-American Friends for presentation at the Ball during the recent good-will voyage of Miami leaders to Latin American countries The presentation of the Hags will be made by Cruise Commodore Carl Weinkle. and members ol the honorary crew. TRAVELING! JjjS Q Q \\ ~\ CUS SHAW '.HAW Ik'Avll MKVIO hi. 14* N.E. 1st St.. Miomi, M W* Bias Probe On in Capital Continued from Page I -A Miller Company which has been under criticism for requiring buyers to sign agreements which ban resale or rental of property without the company's express consent. Observers here said that although all Miller-sold houses still come with attached restrictive covenants, the investigation of a development dating back three decades was intended as a dramatic demonstration of the fact that such restrictions arc still in effect. No legal action is presently planned by the Justice Department, however, it was reported. Israel was elevated to full from associate membership by a vote of 32 of the 35 member states Pakistan voted agains; Israel. Two abstentions were made in secret, but it was learned that one abstaining country v. as Indonesia Barbossa de Silva, of Brazil, the chairman of the current set Of GATT. v elcomed Israel ai pr issed the hope that Israel's co operation would be profitable for all members, lie stressed Israels important and constructive contributions to the work of GATT since its provisional joining in 1959. Moshe Bartur, had of the Israel delegation, expressed his unqualified belief that the spirit of understanding of all problems and the atmosphere of "give and take" would prevail in future relations between Israel and GATT. The economic benefits accruing to Israel from its GATT membership were expected to be considerable since GATT now includes almost all the western countries. The emergence of the European Common Market 'means for Israel a gradual progressive exclusion and separation from the eco| noinic area to which it belongs." I Bartur told the GATT meeting. The Israeli official explained at j length Israel's situation and growing concern as the six-nation mar' ket made plans to include Britain Flagler Federal Launches Contest Flagler Federal Savings and Loan Assn. launched a "Live Rent Free — Write a Slogan" contest Tuesday to celebrate its sixth anI niversary and the Jan. 2 opening of its new $1 million building at i 101 NE 1st st. Paul II. Marks. Flagler Federal president, said a total of 10 prizes topped by six months rent (or mortgage) payments await the winners. Second prize is four months rent: third prize, two months; fourth prize, one month. Lavish silver tea and coflee sets round out the prize list. Rules for entering the contest are simple: Write a slogan, in six words or less, which typifies Flagler Federal and its services. An impartial panel of judges will select the winners shortly after the contest closes at midnight, Dec. 29. Entry blanks are available at the present main office. 100 NE 2nd ave.. and at Flagler Federal's branch office in the Biscayne Shopping Plaza. 570 NE 81st St. overtures to some kind of association. He said that Isri s siti ation was unique in that about 65 percent of its foreign trade was carried out within the trad;!'.;; patterns of V.'e.-tcrn Europe. "The European communjl its common outer tai iff a • stab a 2'i pen n1 ustoi for oranges as compared i'h an average of 14 percent for th dividual national tariffs ol thi : %  :! \; member.' he poin %  x.i offer I n< ;ol iati was made I i Israi exporter to Furor. ig the current GATT cor.! reni phasized. He warnH that countries with such foreign trade problems as Israel "will have no choice but to adopt restrictive measures and reduce export prices." He added such treasures would I strain "their already weak ecor?Omits and. might easily inv:!, the:.becoming entangled in a growing number of trarfo disputes cr in undes'red and III* desirable deflections of traditional trade patterns." ,Israeli official adIT i was made from thi p • i • eli %  %  | counl rj I p i%  xpanding foreign I i to any of the .. economii gi i living in one <" %  ] I ar 1 face and pros perity ha • > be. idi % %  sible," he stn ... ,i n g beii I v mo than 30 ol I icial w I is ; for trade and eca I countries in w< i Africa. Asia, the and Canada, as well ../ rial members of Economic Community National JWV Meets in North Rabbi Sam Silver, Stamford, Conn., president of the Jev ish Chaplains Assn.. urged the Jewish War Veterans to work side by 'side with Jewish chaplains and spearhead activities which affect America." In addressing the national executive committee of the Jewish War Veterans at a recent meeting in New York City. Rabbi Silver stressed the role of JWV as the "voice of fighting Jews." adding i that he does not know of "any groups with a more legitimate, more valid application of a right to Speak up on behalf of fairness and be a voice of the Jewish comj munity than you who have earned 'this right through blood and sweat ; : %  a Ided thai he wished "there i some way that, together, we could invigorate ourselves and • and magnify our \oice" The Jewish chaplains leader also announced plans for the ICOth anniversary of the appointment by President Lincoln of a Jewish chaplain on Apr. 1. 1962. I % %  i ling th' Florida contingent of JWV was Florida Department Cmdr. Henrv Norton, of Miami. Mrs. Reich is Guest Mrs Alfred Reich, president, District .">. B'nai B'rith Women, will be guest of honor at a regular meeting of Sunshine chapter on Tuesday. Dec. 26. I p.m.. at the First Federal Savings and Loan bldg., 900 NF. IL'oth st.. No Miami. 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Page 4-A +Jenisli fk>ri(fi&f? Friday, December 15. 1361 ~Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent p ibllshed every Friday .-;-i. • %  1927 by The .T*wi.h FioridUn at 120 N.E. Blxth Street, Miami I. F ridj Second-Class Poataare Paid tt Miami. Florida, The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. ; %  Jewish FIoi Idlan does nol cuarantee the Kaahruth he men handlw Bdverl Iped In lt eolumna. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Years $13.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 50 Friday, December 15. 1961 8 Tebet 5722 Combined Jewish Appeal Greater Miami opens its 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign this week. (See Page 1-A; Page 1C, 6 and 7-C.) One keynote of the new campaign is its accent on youth Miami Jewry's determination to share the reigns of leadership of its ortce-a-year philanthropic drive with a numbei of young men who have already made their mark in the community's civic and economic affairs. But the others are traditional keynotes. They remain, as in the pasfr the foundationstone of the Combined Jewish Appeal CJA's humanitarian purposes. We have said this often enough in these columns, and it is repeated in our feature treatment of CJA's 1962 opener: that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is the heart of the Jewish community. In Federation lies the sound principle of planning for community need. In tho Combined Jewish Appeal of Federation is embodied the once-a-year drive for philanthiopic funds to meet these needs. If Federation is the heart of Miami Jewry, what is the body? The body incorporates the various agencies dedicated to a number of professional fields that serve you daily: • The infusion of Jewish spirit into this body by the inculcation of Jewish values through a thorough coordination of curricula in the religious schools of Greater Miami. (Bureau of Jewish Education.) • The rendering of counsel to the family, the sacred unit of Jewish life, as needed in the areas of marital problems, adoption, child care, and similar programs. (Jewish Family and Children's Service.) • Concern for health through its ministering to the sick and its research in behalf of medical progress. (Mount Sinai Hospital.) • The establishment of a tender world for the aged in their Golden Years and increasing st-idy in the science of geriatrics to achieve the principle that these years can be as fruitful as those that went before. 'Jewish Home for the Aged.) • Creation of facilities throughout the county for organized leisure-time activities geared to the needs of tots, teens, adults, and the elderly. (Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.) • Professional handling of the agonizing ADL Regional Meeting The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith %  will hold its annual Florida board meeting on Sunday. The shift in officers will see Paul Seiderman, who has held the board chairmanship for the maximum allowable three years, being succeeded by Burnett Roth. Both men are dedicated workers in behalf of the ADL and other civic causes. During his tenure in office", Seiderman's sense for human relations saw the programs of the Florida region of the Anti-Defamation League become an ongoing concern of academic institutions of higher learning. It saw the ADL here participate in a variety of actions, whose outcome advanced the ties of understanding between the Jewish and general communities, and served to give a boost to the concept that the preservation of civil liberties must be central to our democratic way of life. Seiderman's successor has a laudable record in this community's manifold affairs. Burnett Roth has for many years been identified with the battle against anti-Semitism — virtually going back to the pioneer days of South Florida. He is a longtime member of B'nai B'rith here, a well-known Zionist leader, and a former Miami Beach vice mayor. The Sunday session will also see the annual presentation of the Leonard L. Abess Award in Human Relations to Cody Fowler, a past president of the American Bar Assn. problems experienced by capable and productive persons who, for a variety of health and emotional reasons, are "difficult" to employ. (Jewish Vocational Service.) • Rendering of assistance to the newcomers among us — those who have fled tyranny for the freedom that is America. The ongoing arrival here of members of the Cuban Jewish community is the most current example. (Service to New Americans of the National Council of Jewish Women.) This is the Combined Jewish Appeal's local program. And what of overseas needs— the remnants of European Jewry still restive in the shadow of the Nazi holocaust not yet history; the increasing immigration of Jews from North African countries like Algeria and Morocco? And Israel, a singular jewel in the diadem that is Jewish philanthropy, a principal beneficiary of Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal? This is what 1962 CJA will be about in the months ahead. These are the traditional keynotes to which Jewry here will offer its total support in behalf of the heart of the community as it is embodied in Federation's 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. The Hebrew Academy The annual dinner meeting of the Hebrew Academy on Sunday is perhaps the most significant of all such meetings in the school's fourteen years of existence. This time, friends, parents, teachers, and students of the school will gather in imminent anticipation of the completion of the Academy's new facilities. Going up on Pinetree dr. and 24th St., Miami Beach is a huge, modern series of structures specifically designed and geared for the educational needs of this all-day school. Completion has been promised by March, and Academy officials are as of now determined to take occupancy next Apr. 1. Thus comes to a conclusion the long and arduous campaign waged over the years by the Hebrew Academy to emerge from its woefully inadequate plant on South Beach into the kind of physical facility best suited to the Academy's ever-expanding requirements. But the new facilities do not, in themselves, make the school. The past achievements of the Hebrew Academy are the product of the dedication of those identified with the all-day school movement in Greater Miami, and were made in the face of the difficulties encountered at the school's old site. It is these achievements in Hebrew education, as well as in the school's scholastically successful English department, that the 14th annual Hebrew Academy meeting will be celebrating Sunday evening. Eichmann Knows it Now In reading part of the court's verdict against Adolf Eichmann, Chief Justice Moshe Landau met the issue squarely when he rejected the defense charge of sraeli incompetency. In Judge Landau's words. Dr. Robert Servatius had claimed that his client was being accused of actions committed "in the course of duty and are, thus, acts of State" for which only Germany can be held responsible. But it was the court's opinion that Eichmann's horrendous misdeeds "are crimes not only under Israel law." They are, in essense, "against the low of the nations." In referring to the historical significance of the proceeding, the opinion offered the hope that it might mean a modern end to the ancient scourge of anti-Semitism. Perhaps this is a bit fanciful. But it certainly serves notice that, henceforth, demented religious attacks against the Jews will be answered. And no one knows it any better today than Adolf Eichmann. Insight into the Place of Jews In Turbulent Tunisia of Today By EDWIN EYTAN Paris It was" 'question time" on the Arab broadcast of Tunis Radio The announcer, representing the well-informed man, was answering the question* oMhT" "simple'' villager." He had just explained why the government had revoked the licenses of all foreign taxi drivers, when the questioner asked 'does this include the Jews 0' "No," said the announcer, "for the Jews are Tunisians, our fellow compatriots, and no discrimination against them can exist." This plain, everyday radio cast is a good illustration of the authorities' altitude towards the country's Jews. A more striking example is President Bourguiba's severe condemnation of the "swastika rash'' which spread over (he Western world last year Bourguiba called it an insult to democracy, and praised his fellow Tunisians for net harboring any racial or religious prejudices No Discrimination The Government sees no "Jewish problem" and acts as if there was none Anti-Semitism is practically non-existent in Tunisia, and President Bourguiba does not permit the slightest discrimination on racial or religious grounds. Jews are free to emigrate, although they are subject to strict economic regulations. They are not allowed to export local or foreign currency, and must pay exit customs duty on their belorfgings. As part of the general economic tightening, permission must also be granted by the authorities to take out all trunks and crates of more than a certain size. This measure, however, is applied to all departing Tunisians and foreigners, including French and Italian nationals. Since 1958. Jewish emigration has fallen to an all-time low; even in the weeks following the Bizerte crisis, only a couple of hundred Jews out of a total ot some 55.000 left the country. Most of those who are now leaving the country wish to settle in France or in South America. One of the reasons explaining the paucity of emigration to Israel Is the fact that most of those who wished to leave have already done so. There are some 35.000 Tunisian Jews in Israel, mainly people who came from the insecure south or the isolated pro vincial centers. The Jews now prefer to go to France, where they are familiar with the language and hope to integrate with more facility in the country's economic life Capital Abroad Circumstances have made it increasingly difficult to settle their property and businesses, and transfer their assets abroad. There are no buyers in Tunisia for businesses, houses or other things that the would-be emigrant would have to leave behind, and the transfer of capital abroad has become difficult and rfsky, since Tunisia left the franc zone. Also, for as long as the country's gates will stand open, many Jews will be tempted to postpone this step. Within the country they are not isolated Despite difficulties, all local Jewish community organizations and institutions continue to function normally, and some have even expanded their activities in recent months. The Bizerte battle drew attention to the two Jewish youth camps in the vicinity of the city, one organized by the Hashomer Hatzair, the other by Dror. The former Jewish communityorganization was disbanded by the government in July. 1958. and replaced with a temporary management committee Tunisia Minister Mestiri's speech at the installation ceremony explained the move thus: "It i> normal that, in an independent country nationals only should be called upon to administer public bodies, "TvTiTfe"vVr ttley mayTFe:"* The Tunisian minister added "the former institutions, by their composition, by the mission they had or which was given to them reflected to too great an extent the ideas of the Protectorate and of the old regime for them to be tolerated in the Tunisia ot t> day." There was some initial apprehension that the new committee would function as "Quisli but this has not been the case, They now have the reputati ii of sincere, conscientious men anxious to do their best to maintain Jewish life and activity in every sphere. A variety of other groups continuing to operate, including the Zionist-oriented Federation of Tunisian Youth. The authorities have helped these organizations to continue their activities which included the Bizerte summer camps. The only exception are the welfare agencies, as Tunisia has in creasingly pressed that aid coming from the outside should tw distributed among all the country's inhabitants. Thus, when President Bourguiba visited the Tunis Jewish quarter, the Mara, he asserted that "from the moment that foreign organizations made a contribution toward the progress of certain Jewish institutions, this money ought to profit all Tunisian children, regardless of their religion." In line with this new policy, the Moslem Aid Society changed its name to National Aid Society, and the government urged Jewish organizations to follow suit. Jewish Welfare Jewi>h welfare organ .IDC. ORT and OSE, Increasi igly dispense their assistance to nonJews, but the authorities are still not satisfied, and would like to see a higher percentage ol Mos lems profiting from their work. In recent months, those organ izations have had difficulties in obtaining licenses and govern ment authorizations to continue with their work. The interven tion of various Jewish personal! ties have in the past helped, however, to surmount these administrative difficulties Foremost among these person alities are Albert Bessis and Andre Baroukh. Bessis is B mom ber of Parliament, representing the President's own Neo-Destour parly, and a former chairman of the Tunis Bar Assn. Among his former students at Tunis law School is the Tunisian Amba: I dor in Washington. Ilabih BOUTguiba. jr.. with whom he maintains friendly relations Baroukh was for some time Minister of Planning and one f Bourguiba's closest adviserAccording to his version ot the events which led to his departure from the government, he had wanted to resume his private law practice for some time, and the President had agreed to his resignation. At this juncture, however, the Cairo Government began attacking Bourguiba because he had a Jewish minister ao the President refused to let Ba roukh quit under such fire When, however, a reshuffling of the Cabinet occurred some months later, the time seemed right, and Ba roukh returned to private life. Since then he has maintained close relations with BourguiWj, and does not seem to be OUl <* favor. Other Jews are known to be good standing with the i()V '-'"': ment. and 15 Jews were elec'ed in various districts during We 1960 municipal elections.



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Friday, December 15. 1961 *Jmtsti Fkr/dfiatr Page 5-A Miami CJA Opens 1962 Campaign Continued from Page 1 A Charles Ft nb< rg % % %  >' airman oi g< neral solicital • crl 11. Traurig, associate chairman of the Lawyers' Group; Dr Charles Aknicr, chairman of the Dentists' Croup: Harry Diamond, co-chairman, Insurance Group; Martin llornik. co-chairman, Insurance Group; Jerry Lelchuk, co-chairnian. Stock Brokers' group: Albert E. Ossip, co-chairman, Insurance Group; Myron Zeicntz, co-chairman. Stock Brokers; and Morton Etussack, co-chairman, Real Estate. Mopping plans for the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign are these top community leaders: Cal Kovens (right), campaign chairman, confers with Samuel N. Friedlcind (left) cr.d Mitchell Wolfson. A. J. Harris 'left), president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, discusses campaign plans with Max Oiovitz. SAVING wmmmMi iiinmiui A SATISFYING E XPE RIENCE A recent survey fells us most people get big lick out of saving money. We believe it. We see fhem every day as they save for a new home or car, for a trip, for their children or grandchildren. We know they're enjoying if and we enjoy helping them do it. The survey also says j people lite to save at a place that's warm and friendly. We already knew that. Our growth to over 75 million dollars in less than a decade has come about because people like to do business With us. Why? We think it's because we consider people our most important asset. Why don't you drop into any of our convenient offices, open a savings account, talk about a mortgage, perhaps just talk. WASHINGTON (§) FEDERAL 1701 Mend.au Xvenui 1244 W., ngton v.nu 1133 No.marroy u All Office §; Jllleraen S-84S2 &f ACK COO-DON A..HU.MCOU.SHON fcfiM re an : %  .. the services fferei •evel." "Immigrants flooding into Israel look to us for help, and our old. sick, and needy look to us for help right here in Greater Miami," Kovens said. "We must not let them down." Kovens pointed lo ligns i;i reborn bigotry" across hi ation as underlinins need for continued support of thosi I dedii ated to imn nteriailh n lationships Mobilization ol volunteer workers iii the l%2 campaign is "well underway," Kovens said. 'This will he a maximum effort campaign, MI we'll need maximum support from every group and every individual in the community," ht added. Individuals who want to volunteer their services should call I he .ffices oi the Gri ater Miami Jewish Federation, FR 3-0411 Kovens said. 'Americanization' Weakens Contributions Continued from Page 1-A generations that lie before us." Stressing that the problem in the I nited states now "is the opposite ol the one that laeed the Jewish community in times past." the Cardinal declare:!: "Unless steps are taken to meet the challenge this new social situation pre-' sents, Jewish culture itself will be affected in the years that are before us." He said that "the Jewish con-1 tribution to science and art and literature." in the United Slates as in other parts of the world, "is -i massive one but it could become a purely personal contribution made by people of Jewish descent but i without a basic Jewish identification." For this reason, he advised that "alongside and encouraging the great personal efforts <; individual Jews there shpuld be somewhere in this broad land a visible institution which in a sense can lormalize and '_;\o structure to all the Jewish learning of times past and through its presence provide new inspiration for the learning and Stepped Up Hebrew Program Temple Adath Yeshurun board ol education iintegrating its Hebrew studies with the Bureau ol Jewish Education ol Greater Miami, according to a board announcemi nl Wednesday. Also planned is ,i wider i tional program in Jewish historj and tradition and a refresher .. in Hebrew reading and ci %  "-. %  -. it a Hebn discoveries in the days ahead." The Cardinal slated thai Brandeis University, "without being in any exclusive sense Jewish, provides the home in which the riches of the past can meet the challc n I s ol the present in terms of the universal genius of Judaism." Rabbi Klein fo lecture A lecture, followed by a discussion ol "The Attitude of Judaism Towards Labor," will be presen ed by Rabbi Maurice Klein to Ihe adult eihicalii.il class at Southwest Jewish Center on Tuesday. 8 pm. Titereth Sisterhood Social Tifcreth Israel Sisterhood is holding a luncheon, card party and social on Tuesday. 11:30 a m. Hostesses are .Mrs Joseph Jarlow and Mrs Marry l.erner. Ctact IMS tun* hi <* a tier ol tat MIT wtaHerttf Btctrttal sifts it r*w Electric, Here's a line on gifts for Better Living. ELECTRICALLYI D Blender D Bottle Warmer %¡ Brotter D CaaOpwwr D Clock D CotlM Maker D 0**9 fa' f '•* %¡ Food Mur %¡ Try Pan %¡ Hau Dryw Q Heating Pad %¡ Ice Cream freewf %¡ Juice Erlractrx %¡ Kn.te Shaipener %¡ Floor or Table Lama %¡ Power fools %¡ Vacuum Cleaner %¡ Radio. Television m Hi Fl %¡ Rot.ssene fj Sandwich G


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Pcqe 6-A Jmi s#> fhr idfon Friday, December 13. lggj UJA Votes $95 Million Goal for '62 Coniinued from Page 1-A arreunt ior 1962 imperative." The UJA general chairman proposed that the add'ticnal $35,000,000 be raised througr a "Special Fund," to which contributors could make substantial gifts in addition to their regt'ar contributions. "I am convinced," Meysrhoff said, "that rundreds of thousands of our contributors arc ready to mate these extra gifts because they know we cannot tell people who can emigrate today to wait 'ill tomorrow. Tomorrow nay be too Sate." The conference was to vote at 'I day's session whether to I ; the Special Fund. It was %  x> tlea > t f i c e r > call tor pledges of initial large -:ft> hear irom United States Secretary oi Labor Arthur J. Goldberg. Israel Minister of Development and i -ing Dr. Giora Josephtha!. and Israel Amba?saclor to the United States Avraham Harmar.. Monday's session of the conference also heard Rabbi Herbir: A Friedman. UJA executive vice chairman, and other UJA leaders t-. U hew the S95.000.000 sought for 1M52 would provide desperately needed migration aid. relief and rehabilitation for 600.000 Jewish men. women and children in Israel, this country, and 26 i\ir seas lands. 'Jews are on the move again in numbers that remind one of the years ol immigration mto IsFriedman toid the gathering. "The increase in movement, which applies to other countries awell as Israel, began last spring and has placed a crushing ... burden en UJA > beneficiary bodies." Rabbi Friedman noted that of the S95.O00.000, if raised, an a-->ount of Soi 200,000 wou!d oo to Israel's immigrant aid body, the Jewish Age-icy for Israel, throuc!t:-.


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Friday. December 15. 1961 +Jml$t> FkradHfun Page 7-A Florida ADL Board to Meet Sunday Among business leaders taking an active role in the Cedars cf Lebanon Hospital development program are (seated) Harry Markowitz and Harold Thurman, secretary. Standing are E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the development fund, and David Stuzin, vice president. Judge Sobeloff At Testimonial An audience cf more than 6'"0 ruard U.S. Circuit Court Judge Si1 i! or. E. Sobeloff speak at the May-1 m Robert King High testimonial banquet Wednesday night at the! I ; ont Plaza hotel. I 1 i lormer General Solicitor ol hi United States paid tribute to, %  < %  crusading spirit and personal' rage of former Mayor Abe. movitz in whose honor the earl Pavilion will be designated! Cedars Hospital. 'outstanding service and cxy leadership in behalf of. ol Lebanon,'" the 'Volun-' pital. saw the nine-foot panel unveiled for the first time at the dinnir. A life-size oil painting ol Abe Continued from Par? 1 A will be presented at the business meeting. Sam A. Goldstein will be presented for chairmanship of the executive committee, and Jack Fink as Goldstein's successor to the post of treasurer. Paul Soiderman, outgoing board chairman, who has served the maximum Ihree years, will preside ever the Lc.-nue's board of trustees. The award luncheon will feature Cody Fowler as the recipient ot the 1961 Leonard L. Abess Award Fowler, a former national presi denl nf the American Bar Assn served as chairman in 1"60 ol the Governor'.* Commission on Race Relations, winch successfully encouraged the lormation of bi-racial committees in 15 communities. Henry Edward Schultz. national chairman of the League, will address the annual luncheon. Schultz. a renowned platform speaker, will bring to the ADL board an assessment of the status of intergroup relations today. The business sessions will concern themselves with a report by Burnett Roth on extreme right wing organizations in terms of their impact on democratic society. Dade County State Attor ney Richard E. Gerstein and hisanti Sen I rousers. Judge Milton A. "r i il man. president ol B'nai B'rith Dis tnct Grand Lodge 5. and William Alper, ol t,hc League's executive committee, will lead a discussion cf social discrimination .n Miami and educational techniques for its diminution. Th; 1 report of (he nominating committee will be presented by the < ommittei > chairman, Sam I Silver. Schultz. a prominent New York attorney, is widely known for his rship in civic and educational circleA graduate of New York Law School in 1928, and a member of the New York City and New York State Bar Assns., Sehultj is considered an expert on the law of the press, including libel and censorship. livhas lectured al New York Universitj and Cooper Union on censorship problems. During lh< war. he was counsel to a number ol appeal boards. He helped organize the Benjamin Car dozo Lod c i B'nai B'rith and ia .! member <>t its executive committee. He is honorary chairman Of the Joint Defense Appeal of the American Jewish Committe and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Aronovitz. by Mrs. F. Taylor Rushtorian Harry Simonhoit will lead per. was also exhibited. la discussion of counteraction techE/chmann Judged Guilty Continued from Page 2-A nann had been committed "in the ;OUrse of duty and are, thus, ads if State'' lor which only the Gernan >tate is responsible. He poiriteer of Valor" gold plaque was|^lout that*}, s ^ 0 '^""f^ !" ^ Aarded to Mayor High. due punishment to him. Only that which requires clarification, in order that these purposes may be achieved, must be determined at the trial. Not only is any pretension to overstep these limits forbidden to the court—it would certainly end in failure." Other recipients of special claques were banquet chairman Chelsie J. Senerchia, honorary chairman Fred K. Shochet, Mrs. Charles Hall, chairman of the women's committee, and Dr. Kurt Peiser, who presided as toastmaster. An original dramatization, "The Legend That Was Abe," was preEcnted, featuring newsreels and TV turns ot Aronovitz' life and ii litical career. Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Beth] I'avid Congregation, gave the Invocation, and Rev. Forrest Wat Itns, of Coral Baptist Church, and (resident of the Greater Miami Ministerial Assn., delivered the l.i nedietion. Chairman of Cedars' board of acts ol State" was repudiated by the Nuremberg Tribunal, and that he Nuremberg judgment was af-' Judge Halevi pointeu out that the lirmed by the United Nations in! court, "by its very nature,"' can1946. |not initiate inquiries or proof, but must limit itself to such proof as t8 adduced before it. Accordingly. he said, the court's ability "to describe general events is limited." "As to questions of principle," he continued, "which are outside the realm ol law. no one has made us judges of these. Therelore. no greater weight is to be attached to our opinion on them than to the opinion of any other person devoting study and thought to these questions." "The State of Israel," he said, "is a soverign State of Jewish people which the Naiis wanted to exterminate. Half of Israel's population came from the decimated European community in the last decade. In the light of the United Nations recognition of the Jewish people and their right to establish their State; in the light of the recognition of this State by the family of nations, Israel and the Jewish people constitute an integral part of the law of nations. "It was apparent." the jndj "These prefatory remarks," \ stated the judgment, "do not mean that we are unaware of the great | educational value, implicit in the ment continued, "that, if the Nuv erv holding of this trial, for those rcmberg Tribunal was a triumph wno |j ve ln zj 0 n as well as for •tee-. Stanley C. Myers, traced 0 j human justice over totalitarian Ipeople beyond the confines of this concepts, this trial in Israel was I state. To the extent that this reail that as well as historic justice su|I n;ls been achieved in the A small state, restored alter two c „ursc of the proceedings, it is to thousand years, harendered th( |,e welcomed. me growth of Miami's population the present day, focusing attention on the complex social, welfare, i tid health problems which conIront Florida's mushrooming econMichael Piuggi. noted sculptor .'in ( reated and designed the huge re< of Life" carving in bas rei • i. which he has given to the DOSts^ ALL NEW for '621 An original musical comedy rtvue "CAUGHT IN THE ACT L KAY CAROLE and Tommy MURRAY FRANKM judgment of its people against thi most hated enemy." •However." Judge Halevi declared, "the court itself cannot be enticed into provinces which are outside its sphere. It is the purpose of every criminal case to clarify whether the charge;, against the accused are true—and. if the accused is convicted, to mete out "Without doubt, the testimony ^iven at this trial by survivors of the catastrophe, who poured out their hearts as they stood in the witness box, will provide valuable material for research works and historians. But. as tar as this court is concerned, they are to be regarded as by-products of this trial." THE ALL NEW HAMPTON HOUSE ill ,*r*\*: Ol Id. SOUtB (ipFN 10 THE PUBLIC Club iirrai 211 22nd St Miami Beach li mm i m —. JI S-7101. %  MT NAPOLEON REED Proundly Presents B : SWINGING HOLIDAYS OF 1961 With VANILLA WILLIAMS, the PINK CHAMPAGNE LADY and JAZZY RID AND AGGIE We Invite Organizations, .-h IVIRY fKI. SAT. SUN.-Shows: 10:30 p.m. & 12:30 ajn. •(" Amer. 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Pcqe 8-A ^JenCst fkurndiatf Friday, December \l, iggi OAS And Cuba By MAX LERNER Anything Involving Fidel Castro is bound to ho a complex and tortuous l parth because he is whai lie !<. partly because the struggle he is waging and the -truggle being wage. :isl him are lull ol indirect* Take the mo.~i recent and most important event—the decision ot the 0 ..on ol American Slates to hold a full-dress conference ol the In nisphere foreign ministers on .Ian 10. probably in Panama. The idea h : | ,. mes from the Colombian representatives. The foreign ministers ii n iwn courage and statesmanship in th< lead on a problem which \'\\\ plague all the governments ol the Americas unless a is clearl> laced. The question iwhether ihe OAS .ihe agency of all the American governments can go on much longer with a split attitude i,. ird (hi Castro regime, or whether it must act to meet it as an aggressive threat to hemisphere pe;>ce. THE HEART OF THE problem lies in whether attempts to overthrow thi government of one mtmber state, planned and directed by another, are a form ol aggression and therefore subject to collective sanctions When Trujillo was guilty of -u.h attempts the OAS did not hesitate to vote diplomatic and economic penalties against his regime, recommended the prayer because v,' ( • least in par: the reason it has fallen. t was •aware ot the din t.eed. in If Trujillo. why not Castro" in his cynicism he has scarcely con these days ol concentrated attacks Courv to Study Proyer in Schoo!s Continued from Page 1-A to the Supreme Court, tha the effect Of the procedure, though not mandatory on pupils in schools v here n is u>o: propagai Is and espionage apparatus throughout the Americas th-. aggressive threal to hemisphere peace is compounded by his Ruspartm rsl i astro is, >: course, aware ''f where tins reasoning could lead, which ja .. %  OAS i ilos Lechuga, attacked the idea ot the for. mir 5ti conference so violently, ltalked ol its being a step t ....r invasii n. which is nonsense, since the OAS members would never dream ol taking action i: Castro wore to call ofl his campaign lor a "Marxist-Leninist" Latin-America by Cuba-based revolutions. His real tear ithai an OAS which could reach a measure oi unity toward him could therebj compel him to call off his dream of winning the hemisphert for his Communist masters, and becoming their proconsul in charge ol the Ameru. BEING CHARACTERISTICALLY a plunger and overrcacher. Castro hahelped the cause of his opponents by declaring himself quite openly as a Communist. "1 am a Marxist-Leninist, and will be one until the day I be -aid in one ot his marathon middle of the-night TV speeches. For the past eight years, he said, his political credo has been "more or; liss .vr.at it Is now but he kept his communism hidden from the Cubans and his American champions "because otherwise we might have alienated the bourgeoisie and other forces which we knew we would eventually have to fight." This confession, late as it comes, is an event of prime importance It should put an ?nd to the foolish talk by a number of naive American, Fnnch. and British political romantics who have clung to the view that Castro habeen merely mi agarian reformer and homegrown revolutionary, instead ol a conscious carrier ol" the grand design of world communism 1 have read many discussions ol the question of the extent of Castro's communi-m. The best is in a just published paperback by Daniel James. "tuba The First Soviet Satellite in the Americas" (Avon) which is the resull of interviews with the leading Cuban exiles, many of them former c. aborators and close friends of Castro. James' chapter, Was Castro a Communist?" -landup remarkably well after Castro's confession The book seems loosely and overhastilv written, but 1 commend it heartily (specially to those who have allowed the vapors ol Castro's naive defenders to becloud their judgment. — ix— —-&— %  £ — BUT ONE MUST ASK why Castro has chosen this moment to tell all—or almost all. There are two clues to an answer. One is that his regime is having a hard time economically, and is meeting with doubts defections; lie needs a strong, ironribbed party organization now t< give him an organizational b*se, and he is in effect pushing the 1 I ommunisl leaders aside and putting himself at the head of the Cuta. 1 ; (.ommunir-t movement. The secoiid ttial £l n ce the Russian Party Congress" demand that L'cn-munist parties throughout tho world take a stand between Khrushche\ and Mao Tse-tung Castro has felt it necessary to stand up and be counted on the side ot the Russians rather than the Chinese. This Is the meaning of his rejection of the "personality cult." which would otherwise be something of a joke lor so self-centered and power-drunk a Communist caudillo. Toward such a Castro and such a regime an OAS policy of quiet and h gal collective action in the interests of collective security is clearly th only policy to be taken. )> an atheistic jur world way of life upon New President For Bar Assn. newly-elected Hialeah Miami Sj A. Robbins i : oi th Springs Bar Assn. He icurrently president ol the Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge of I'nai t'rtth and past president ol th West Dado Junior Chamber of rommerce. H< is also a member I it the Florida Bar Assn and is idmitted to practice before the' United States Supreme Court. Robbins and Charles A. White icre, Hialeah Councilman, pracice under the firm name of Whiteacre and Robbins in Hialeah. FOUNTAIN DESK PEN SET • For writing comfort and efficiency • Full choice of point styles • Perfect for home or office Dode Heights Plans Programs State Department of Florida. J< -h War Veterans, will present a film and tape recorded interol George Lincoln Rockwell. ]c. ler of the American Nazi Tarty, ai Dado Heights Jewish Congregation on Sunday at 8 p.m. Next Tuesday evening, the Seniir USY of the congregation will meet at 8 p.m. Junior USY meets on the same evening at 7:15 p.m Young Judaea of Dade Heights Congregation will meet at the synagogue. 1401 NW 183rd St., on Wednesday. 8:15 p.m. On Wednesday, at 9 p.m.. the Adull Discussion Croup will feature a discussion of "Lifetime of the Jew." A class in Hebrew for .adults will meet one hour earlier. ASK FOR No. 112 BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N.I, 59th STREET MIAMI Tel. PL 4-3457 134 N.E. 1st STREET MIAMI Tel. FR 3-5739 STEVENS OFFICE SUPPLY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel. JE 8-7205 TWIN CITY GEASS CO. 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Friday, December 15, 1961 *• Jew 1st noridHctn Page 9-A (HHTOK HECHT ;hildren Will 'resent Play On Sunday, 3 p.m.. in the aucliDrium O! Temple Emanu-El's north Hunch building, the children of he synagogue's Foundation School, pcond £.rade. will be hosts to their amilies and friends at a special Lrty to honor their beginning of ft. rah study. The children will present a play. ri'urah Le Orah Le" CTorah — I. Guiding Light" 1 an original Hoducticn prepared by their teachMrs. Fay Feinstein. Beth Sholom Picks Committee Louis F. Snetman. campaign Chairman, this week reported the appointment of a Living Memorial committee at Temple Beth Sholom. Named were Jack A. Cantor, wellknown businessman, honorary vice president of Beth Sholom, and niember"of the board of directors, and Isadore Hecht. mem.ier ot the board of directors and also vice president of Beth Sholom. They will act as co-chairmen of the committee, along with John Serbin. an honorary president of :he Temple. The committee has accepted the responsibility of obtaining donors for the new Beth Sholom Community House now in construction Living Memorial opportunities now available include Religious School. Community House. Religious Assembly Hall. Biblical Sculpture Garden-. Library and Reading Room. Arts and Crafts Room. Parents Lounge. Board Room, Audio-Visuul Center. Patio Gardens, Rabbi's Study, and executive offices James M. Albert is president of Temple Be!h Sholom Hebrew Academy Award Dinner Sunday Will Hear Sen, Morse The school's scholarship fund Pinetree dr. and 24th St., and will receive proceeds from the [school officials expect to take oc14th annual dinner of the Hebrew i cupancy Apr. 1. The builders have Academy at the Dcauville hotel promised completion of the faeil-, on Sunday evening. lilies by March. The $100a-couple dinner will us Sen w Mor$e (D help to defray the SI.-.0.000 defied 0re wi|| be incipal speaker resulting from the Academy's at the funcfion# which has bew scholarship program lor needy designated as a bui | din9 di „ students. The program provides partial or full scholarships for 70 percent of the student body. New buildings of the Hebrew Academy are on the way to completion at the school's new site. SEN. WAYNE MORSE Federation Exec Tells Senate Quiz Unit U.S. Must Help Cuban Refugees [emple Israel Names New Addition is a Tribute to Sam C. Levenson Temple Israel's new "Commun ly House" was named in honor of am C. Levenson during formal edication services as part of the Ictorm synagogue's semiannual leeting Wednesday night. The decision to name the $250.D0 addition to the synagogue was kadc b> the board of trustees as | meanof honoring Levenson "for leadership in two building fund |mpaigns during the past decade, his contribution to the Greater ..urn Jewish community for more k.in a quarter of a century." i action came while Leven| abroad, and the announce mi Wednesday night was a com|ttc surprise tojiim. Or. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader cf Temple Israel, wrote a Ipecial ritual of dedication, f'Bless This Hause," for the occasion in whicH 16 persons participated as readers, as well as Ihe more than 300 members present at the dinner meeting. Color slides aid musical selec ms L> Cantor Jacob O. Borntein w.re also woven into the dicatcrv service, which described < Youth Lounge, Braille Work hop, Chapel-Auditorium and other features of the new building, third REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest A Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale & Ketail ISRAILI GIFTS AMD HOVfLTIlS 417 Washington Avi. JE 1-9017 WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 Ft 4-8783 SAM C. LEVENSON :n the group which makes up the Temple's physical facilities at 137 NK 19th st. Among the participants in the service was Sic Mendelson. president of the congregation when the Temple was built 35 years ago. Temple Israel will celebrate its 40th anniversary as Greater Miami's second oldest synagogue next May. President Sam A. Goldstein conducted the meeting and presented an engraved resolution ot tribute to A. .1. Harris, who retired last May alter serving two terms as president. Free Loan Group Election Meeting General election meeting of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. will be held Monday evening at Beth El Congregation. This will be the 12th annual election for the organization which makes small interest-free loans to qualifying persons. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, FIJ. HARRY GORDON PRESIOENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR Cuban refugees are a "national migration problem in which the federal government must invest all of its skills and its resources." a United States Senate committee was told this week by Arthur S. Kosichan. executive director ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Testifying before Sen. Phillip Hart's sub-committee in Washington, Rosichan said "relocation of ihe refugees is desireable." He also urged the Federal government to "explore the resettlement techniques which private migration agencies have found to be the most effective, then borrow from those techniques." Rosichan had high praise for tho Jewish agencies which have rendered aid to Jewish Cuban refugees, and emphasized the necessity for prompt action by the Federal government. Those people who have skills and strengths, who have Ihe possibility j of being or becoming good citizens, as other waves of immigration have provided us uood citi' zens in the past, may be harmed 'if the utmost effort is not made to 'find them ways to make a living and to develop a new life," Rosichan said. "II is my contention that this | matter can be best accomplished outside of Miami, because Miami | as a port of entry is not the same lliniH as Miami — a permanent community in which to live." Rosichan singled out the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Jewish Family and Children's Service. Jewish Vocational Service. Ml. Sinai Hospital, and the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women as the groups which "have been the core 1 of services coordinated through the 'Greater Miami Jewish Federation in assisting in the adjustment and integration of Cuban Jewish refugees within the limits of Dacle county." He reviewed development of the refugee problem to the point where I the National Council of Jewish Women compiled a list of "some 400 Jewish families who bad come to Miami from Cuba." With Federation facilities stretched to the breakiryj point, Rosichan said the United Hias Service, the national migration agency of the Jewish community in America, moved in and did "a heroic job in the field of resettlement." Rosichan pointed out that the initial group of refugees who came to Miami had financial resources. but that the majority of more recent arrivals "are small businessmen, clerks, unskilled laborers. housewives, and the future in Miami does not look attractive for them. "They want to remain here because Ihe climate is attractive and it is close enough to home in case •anything should happen so that they can return." "This is a continuing problem and a continuing challenge." Rosichan concluded, "that faces not only this city of ours, but our state and Federal governments. There must be some further and more concentrated effort made to develop a wider dispersal of these newcomers, and this will require Ihe cooperation of many communities — large and small — in this country. It is a problem and a challenge for all who believe in the inalienable rights ot human beings." ner." The affair will be in honor of Maurice Reviti, president of Temple Menorah, who has played a leading role in the construction program of the Academy. Co-chairmen of the function are Jack A. Cantor and Leonard Rosen. B. I. Binder, president, some time ago designated Miami Bead) Councilman Wolfie Cohen as honorary chairman. Cohen served in the capacity of dinner chairman for the five previous annual affairs. Acting as toastmaster at the event will be Mayor Shepard Broad, of Baj Harbor Islands. Sen. Morse will discuss The Role the Community. Business and Government Must Pla> in the Field of Fducation in Our Nuclear Age Book Contest At Beth Am A Jewish Book Month project has just been completed at Temple Beth Am in So Miami The national observance ended Dee. 3. Grades two through ten of the Temple religious school selected a list of books written by Jewish authors or of Jewish content. The class that read the most books on the list won the contest. At the conclusion of the contest, each class bought a buok on its own grade level and presented it to Beth Am's growing library. Displays of books read were featured in front of the Mark Light Memorial School Building bulletin board. Mrs. Lillian Ross is school principal Yehudah Moshe Schedule Congregation Yehudah Moshe Young Judaea boys and girls. from 12 to 15. meet every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. AZA boys also meet on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Boy Scouts and Delta Lambda Phi SOrOlit) meet on Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MABSOUUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 PALMER "Miami't Only Jewish Monument Builders" Sio H PALMER Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To live in Hearts We Leave Behind Is lo live Forever. friar? roaxo Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY, DEC. 17th, 1961 Ml. Sinai Cemetery FRED BLACKER, 11 a.m. Rdlibi Herbeil Kdiim^arJ IDA PIKE, 2 p.m. Rabbi \jriiuu Zuntman "Mm Their Souls Rrrn > in Eternal Peace'" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Stre HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922 • 333 DADE BOULEVARO MIAMI 8EACH lEfferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman funeral Director IMiami Hebrew Book Store 1685 WASHINGTON AVE. 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Page 10-A fjenist tier Mian Friday, December 15 '•361 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN The Expanding Walls of Modern but Roof I ess Russia HOUSE WITHOUT A ROOF. By Maurice Hindus. 562 pp. New York: Doobleday. S6.95. %  ufJAURiCE HINDUS !..-" %  the Russian a Russian village in 1391 he came to A graduated fr< m Colgate ann wet Harva writing. His fluent Runtry. and. Pert ps mori for reaching inside the give his brightne-.and pertini anywhere else Utl ich all thi the count iorbed in their mo*: basic sense — t> %  • .athi I by the 1 If thi re is a tin forty-thi • %  oi revoiul n. "as i travel the i the progress and i egan to feel that I m • i rough a spat "Thou.:. %  ...... %  am nl jpport no ra I %  i i! Capitol Spotlight: Cy MILTON FRIEDMAN Washington Residential Areas Transforming Was THE DISTRICT OF Columbia level* opment I senc) -' end the Washingl m has rejected religious racial Southwei site of decrepit shai until urban renewal bulldozers recently went to work, is famed as the birthplace oi \1 Jolson and other Washington personalities, i: was the site of early Jewish settlement and once-crouded OrthodOJi syi ag igues The area lie.within sight of trie U S. Capitol building. In recent decades Southwest turned into a Negro slum .' and there will be very feable to give you the answer. The Zionist movement in this country did not. of course start with Lipsky. However he brought it to the forefront of American Jewish life As gifted writer, speaker and organizer, he succeeded to develop the Zionist movement in the I'nited States into a popular movement reaching the masses. This was no easy task, since the great majority of Jewish immigrants who came to this country in the early years of this century were everything but Zionists. They arived here from oppression in Czarist Russia, from poverty in Galicia. from persecutions in Rumania, and most of them became sweat shop workers. Their primary interest was not in dreaming of Palestine but improving their economic lot by joining labor unions which were at that time practically anti-Zionist. Lipsky. who embraced Zionism as a young man. rebuilt the Zionist Organization of America into a strong body which attracted more and more followers with each year. And most interesting is perhaps the fact that he. unlike most Zionish leaders in this country at that time, was not European-born. He was born in Rochester. N.Y.. which had a small Jewish population which is even today DO more than 20.000 Yet the idea cf establishing a Jewish National Homeland in Palestine became hiprincipal passion to which all his other activities were subordinated. It became the fundamental part of his life In man) respects. Lipsky can be compared with Dr Theodor Herzl and Vladimir Jabotinsky. Herzl p a career a an outstanding Austrian journalist to become the "father"' of political Zionism. Jabotinsky. a brilliant Russian journalist recognized as an exceptional talent, gave up his career in a leading Rus-ian newspaper to devote himself to the Zionist ideal. The same was the case with Lipsky. He was ati acknowledged theatrical critic on the staff of a leading American new ipaper and ognized as a fine English novelist, story writer and playwright Several volumes of his collected works were published about 30 years ago. He made no secret of the fact that his great lo\e was American literature and theatre. Yet this love took second place with him when he became absorbed in the Zionist movement. Segro inhabitant : ...: gs %  %  tract 1 ere.-. '-nt units ignited sues in ..RLA nsoi .ral men' the Tiber Island Corporation .A ke) member ol I corp is W C & AN Miller Devel whose restrictive covenants elsewhere in Washington fre•|y prevent resale to Negroes or any person ol the Semitic race, blood or origin Miller agreed not to dis He in the new Southvest luxury apartments and town hou-cHowever, the question was whether the Government should qualify a firm with dirty hands in other Washington operati The Ar.ti Defamation Leasue of B'nai B'nth waged a militant fight that led to withdrawal by Miller from the S9.O00.0OO project. A native of Southwest. Attorne> Harry S Wender. -erved effectively as ADL spokesman before a RLA hearing. He held that "so long as the Miller Company continueitopen and notorious policy of racial and religious discrimination in its housing developments elsewhere in the community, notrbly Spring Valley, it is frustrating the declared public policy of the Redevelopment Land Agency, and it itherefore not qualified to be awarded the onsibility of building and operating a public a-siste I housing development." Mr. Wender pointed out that "in dealing with the Miller Company, we are not dealing with ju-t another real estate developer who happens to discriminate The Miller Company is the architect of housing discrimination in the nation's capital It has the most notorious and flagrant record of offensive restrictions in Washington. The Miller Company is not content merely to refuse to sell to groups of Americans; it flaunts its discrimination and compels buyers to accept these restrictions in writing on the face of the deed." Mr Wender submitted to RLA an article from the •Journal of Psychology" which summarized results of a recent poll taken of residents of Spring Valley It ind ed that a majority ol residents would have been equally willing to buy homes if there had been no anti • Jewish covenant; no one would move from Spring Valley if the covenant was dropped. Mr Wender interpreted the poll as showing that the covenants were not desired by the majority of residents of Spring Valley but "initiated and imposed by the Miller" He charged that "it is the Millers who are instituting and enforcing a di-criminatory pattern and not reflecting discriminatory attitudes of their purchasers, and it is the Miller pattern which makes for the development of residential ghettoes." He asked: "Can we expect a Miller -ales force which has been trained to refuse to sell to a half-dozen specified minority groups to give equal treatment to members of such groups who apply to them for apartment rentals in the Southwest area? Shall members of minority groups who wish to obtain apartments in the Southwest area be required to demean themselves by applying to a firm which has always gratuitously stigmatized them as unwelcome?" tiona'i achievements continue to mount Mr I %  of thii -pecial "coexist I of life — among tne ycung people, wh I man shirts.wjazc, Paris fashions and Amer eminent frowns: among • %  %  at large strangely distor ed I nojJclicve.,a J kjtf it -y.' 'dq '^l belief in the ne< %  • • J ism: among the intellectuals, fai I • and abysmally igi I and the aristocracy of om ear: Hi t paii servi with portra ts of ^ %  %  %  i .I as the friendly, rol i his wild. 1 -I I Russia's steps I mch famo I ill) intellectualI Jew j thii look I Kremlin : ••pei — as too individualist 1st S But what they | • • clear. This is a I %  I s i II ol its !• % %  • %  hei have finished, you ha\ the p.o:i c >untr) which no give:, j %  Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Oti the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIK Women in Pulpit %  F I WERE a Refon I i %  would bury my that our movement i ye; reached the zenith ol ice allowing our seminarii thi rabbinic title on was a time when I I A : aring th it pulpil particular!) il %  a beautiful woman, would be a soun rather than inspiration fur worship ii honest!) keep his eyes on the prayi beauty is bed %  I am afrai-i AmerU diverted by women from greater pur: It was a beak day that da) when Iwo of the prettiest women in dom — Elizabeth Taylor and Marti; were disturbing!) ill The front pag< were full with stories Ol the ill gasping for breath in London, and th all but abandoned hope. She aloni ful. Marilyn had suffered of ne: thtre was apprehension in the iand lest hei now be* denied our young and old : %  on that bleak day that this col in cheer himself up by taking a ham it •> shaw ai hair wash. As I entered the shop, I a the barber whether he had heard th* lat -: Dews on the radio about the two laduFor a moment I stood ball ance. but I was even mere baffled b) hianswer when it came. With a gleam in his eve lie told me: "Mister, you are the first man to come into the shop today to talk about the two sick beauties. All the men who have come to our -tore these last few days have been talking about nothing else but the stock market." Sometimes Experience Can be Very Helpful THE NEW MINISTER of Postin th< Israeli cabinet. Eliahu Sasson. was in terviewed the other day by an Israel newpaperman and was asked if he had any experience for the new job. Sure, he replied, he had mailed let ters and put s-.amps on them. Mr. Day, the Postmaster General in Mr Ken-I nedy's Cabinet, had about the samel amount of experience prior to taking on bis jool .ur. Uaj. I believe, once wrote a novel, so maybe he is a little more iliar v i'h post office matterHe may know that books conic under 1 post office classification, You I have to put as many -tamps on them. These examplewould seem to indicate that you don't really need experince—-at least not to be a Cabinet Minister, but Mr. Sasson himself told another story showing that experience does help. There was the time when Mr Sasson wai the Israeli Minister to Turkey. That was his first diplomatic assignment. On arriving at the Turkish capital, arrangements were made for his reception by the President of Turkey. At the last minute, Mr. Sasson discovered that protocol required that he appear in a bow tie. and 'i'v,ake a bow tie, father ha i .' • i\UI Mr. Sasson didn't know how to m; Sasson remembered that his aidelainer ua The aide was hurriedly summoned, but he d !" to make a bow tie ether. What might h rible catastrophe concerning the diplomi Israel and Turkey were averted when Mr that a shop near hihotel had ready Bl sale This would show thai it is good for d experience in makm 5 bow ties. At the time of the election of Pope Sasson had bcn switched to the Rome post and "V,, J with -he other ambassadors came to the coronation .1 new Pope to offer the felicitations of then t jj tries. When Mr. Sasson was presented, the m "£ M engaged him in conversation for a considerable '^^l cording to Mr Sasson. the other ambassador* 21 why the Pontiff should spend so much time ,U, L |t| bassador from Israel, after all. a very small coun ^ was very nice of the Pope The new Pope. n perience, was bringing a fresh look in the Vatican.



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Friday, December 15, 1961 lAeniffl ftn/rtaf/fan Page 11 A '' %  %  w Youth Give Straight-f rom-Shoulder j Views on Puzzling Problems in Education YOUTH KNOWS AND WANTS TO BE HEARD Teen-Agers Gather For Annual Conclave FOB RELATED STORIES ... SEC. B What does the teenager think Of today's education? The answers flew East a.id furious Sunday on such sublets as what's important, Homework grades, dep'h of suhje: s. why go to college. TV classes, Hebrew and Sunday scnooi, censorship and politics. A! the eighth annual teen-age conclave of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. 390 \<>urig people !ia i their say on all the "hoi. is les" Of education, both general and Jewish, and came up w th a surprism J battery of idea, anJ recommenns. Conducted at the Dupon: Plaza hotel, be c i iclave brought i get her iga from :'..; Cenler clubs o sen r high age from van'".branches throuade COt The after,vi opened with a luncheon, aMr*-,sed by Dr. Kenneth R. Williams, president of the Dade Court*/ Jjnior College. on the tnene "Teens Look to the New Frontier Through Education." The luncheon was also addressed by Cen'.er president, A. Budd Cutler, w.io expressed his pride in the high goals that the clubs had set for themselves Staff coordinator for the event was Davii Es.nducted by Sidney Stern and Irene Genshaft, wh> were the other cocha.rmen tor this r's event. There was a joint recognition of Chanuka and /^rin Rights Daj in connection with the the nen irah. F til wing the lunc leon session, a": of the lele {at (s participated in ten concurrent workIb laj xbrought to a close with a I a Kit show The young people who occupy the seats in our classrooms had their day in court when they were asked to give their straight-frontshoulder views on some of the most puzzling problems in the field of education, where the answers up until now have not been coming from the classroom set, but from outstanding educational authorities. Although these may not have been expert opinions, they were honest, and they were given as they appeared from the viewpoint of the learner. For instance, teens attending a workshop on "What are You Getting from Your High j School Education?" said the following: • The amount of subjects car-: ried each semester is just about right; however, less than one-halt of the subjects ottered go into enough depth to satisfy. • The most important subject of all is English, because the ability to write, speak and read is needed in all other subjects; but the other, most important subjects are mathematics because it helps "make >ou think out problems." history and comparative government, and languages. • Teens are aware that they do not speak and write as well as they should; they feel that their errors are overlooked ar.d they would prefer to see a 1 I mistakes clearly marked so that they could learn what to do The workshop that tackled the question, •How are the New ideas in Education Working Out?" produce.-; the following results • Goals are set too low for gifted students and possibly somewhat too low for average students. • There is more emphasis on sciences, but not enough on math ;-nd languages. The Russians seem to kno'A man y other languages Don't we have a similar responsibility'.' • Present grading systems are basically lair, but parents, students and teachers are all more concerned with grades than with real learning. It is common knowledge that good grades can be achieved with minimum study, and that real study and grades may not have too much connection. We should return to the numerical grading system, from zero to 100 because more accurate grading can be achieved this way. • Homework requirements should be higher. Teachers generally do not know whether students have done their homework or not Those delegates who had the opportunity to recommend their own improvements in the educational system attended another session where things went in the following manner • The initial responsibility for teaching is up to the teacher. Alter that is is up to the student to take it seriously. • Gifted students have some but Student Cong. Installation Set Langer; reUg >us :hairman, Linda Officers and members of the Kaufman oard of directors of the student president. Merle Maeroft; vice ngregation at Beth Torah will be p res ident, Diane Gurman; secreinstalled at late Friday evening, tary Harold Rabinevitz, Rita Haservices by Rabbi Max A. Lipber Leonard Toonkel; treasurer. -.in!?, spiritual leader of the conu>e tr: ..j e [ ; hostesses, Cheryl gregation. stuard, Jacky Kirsehenbaum, At the installation, the fourth anSharon Leopold rual affair, the students will parTorah readers, Richard Kagan. ticipate in the service. Alan Kirzner, Parry Goodman, Per., -\ I eff Scott Choes, Andrew SandEach Saturday mormne. students ;> L ?j ..;, rr ;, an conduct their own services for J. Taylor, Stephen Wolk. Robmore than 130 m,. ,.:ers. Project* J R ,,,„,, LaagneI ol he congregation tor "Us year en ^ ^ ^^ include the secur.ng •; an Eternal %  a chants : ght tor the Ark of their syna. Stev en Shantzis. igue and a large kiddush cup to # i • used in the traditional blessing QQQ Jfl MdCnine Plea Denied Louis B. Rudnick (right), of Coral Gables, national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America, congratulates Dr. Emcnuel Neumann at a recent national dinner of the ZOA in New York City. Dr. Neumann was presented with the Herzl Award in recognition of his lifetime of service to the Zionist Organization. Rudnick led the Southeast region delegation to the national event. Looking on (left to rig'it,' are Abraham Goodman,.of New York City, formerly ct Miami Beach, national ZOA leader, who made the presentation to Dr. Neumann; Max Bressler, of Chicago, national president of the ZOA; and Dr. Neumann. not enough opportunity for ad vanced studies All classes Should be grouped according to ability. • Students who art not interested in attending school should na encouraged to leave. • Teachers are hot paid enough. The qualities that make a good teacher are the following: not only knowledge but the aoility to present the knowledge intf restingiy; open-mindedness; patience; friend lines.s. but not "buddy-buddy," because the teacher must command respect: a good sense oC humor. The jump from high school to college was envisioned by another workshop, which looked at the reasons for attending college and thft ways to plan one's career Their conclusions were: • Youth wants to go to college for many different reasons: be cause it is the thing to do and you are looked down upon if you do not go; because you need a degree to get a decent job, even if you have no specific skill; because you want to get away from home, from parental control, to be free to make, your own decisions and your own associations; for the girts, a degree in "Mrs." (although no girls were willing to say so, their nods and smiles indicated trteir agreement); some girls are really inter ested in an education, but a career for a woman is only needed to help when the husband can't work. • Most local teens consider University t Miami or University ol Florida because of convenience, but would pr-.fer a prestige college if they could afford it. Art Show Now At Temple Israel The work or" s % %  outstanding American artists sin | shown in a colorful exh ,l it lounge of the Temple Israel Community House at 137 \K I9thsl The co!' %  i olay until Sunday, Dec. 31, ar.d is open to public view > as well as Friday e\ before and after wor •vices The show co r ginal engravin 10 graphs an I etchings, a by Adolph Deh i Chaim Grofs William i llya .Schor. Harrj 3 and G irson I • I %  I rst in a -cries o: lined by the Temple Israel fine arts committee, headed by Oavid Hochberg The exhibit will be snt to San Antonio. Tex., after its Stay here. Beth David Player* First meeting of the Beth David Players will be held on Mondav in Room 7. at 8 p.m. Tht? new theatre group can use all talents including acting, directing, writing i and producing. Oscar Riippaport is temporary chairman. CantirweJ from f*9e 1 A lo .sanctify the Sabbath Day. To be installed are: Rabbi. Perry I. iff, Wart Haddad. shamash, Andre/.' Sandier. 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Page 12-A *Je*ist Fhridliain Friday. December 15, \<*\ Response Varies to Yule in Classes Jewish and celebrations. Christian r,| 3'0in NEW YORK — (JTA) — Varying responses were reported in three Eastern seaboard area cities to Jewish requets for elimination tft sectarian observances in public schools during the pre-Chnstmas period. In Troy. N.Y the Board of Education decided to adop: a policy urged by the Troy Jewish Community Council to drop observances of Jewish holidays in plays and pageants in Troy public schools. The hoard, however, left unchanged the traditional Christmas programs in the school. Children will be excused from participation or attendance ai Yule programs. In Hamdew, Conn.. David Wyllie, the school superin te nd—it issued a directive calling for the tie emphasis • Christmas observances in Hamden public schools. The New Haven Jewish Community Council had requested that action, recommencing generally the elimination of both In New Haven, that plea was jj nored. School officials NUKI Chnl mas will be observed in New HavJ public schools "as it has been M the past 100 years." In River Edge. N.J a towq %  10.000 mostly non-Jeuivh. a oigT foot Menorah erected on the !' ot a Jewish family attracted Km trom non-Jews and the R:\erE4J Lions club. MEW PEARSON Dr. Arzt Will Talk at Party On Thursdays evening. Dec 21. Daniel Dubbin will host a cocktail reception "for men only" in his home at 6500 Allison rd. The party, set for 5 p.m.. will feature Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He will describe the Chair in American Jewish History being established at the Seminary in the name of Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. Reception co-chairmen are Joseph Cohen. Samuel Halperin. and Emil Morton. Also to appear will be Drew Pearson, internationally • renowned columnist and news commentator. Members of the reception committee are Raymond Feiner. Samuel Friedland. Charles Fruchtman. Sydney Cans. Ben Gittleman. Leo Robinson. Gabriel Heatter. Joseph Lipton. Jack Popick, Joseph Rose. Harry Sirkin. Milton Smith, and Alfred Stalford Frisco Youths Plead Guilty Continued from Page 1-A day. Two juveniles admitted guilt, and were placed on probation. Other incidents during the period included the smearing of the word "Eichmann" across the front of their home; the smashing of their front windows with beer bottles; vandalism against their car; and the sending of unwanted deliveries and services, including a policeman to the Bowman home. Bowman. 59. who lost 25 pounds during the 15-month ordeal, finally brought an end to the terror campaign by calling Mayor Geore Christopher. The youths, who were arrested and indicted last June, were charged with conspiracy to commit arson, malicious mischief, and making lewd telephone calls. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFO needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. AM proceed! go towards support of the Horn*. You may contribute, take a tax deduction or wa will pay esH. for umi. Utmtmbtr ...• ara NOT a profit-making organiiation Wa ara halping your community to keep itt dignity. By halping others you ara halping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can use all your utcasts or misfits. Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Avenuo NE 3-2333 Closed Saturdays vCGUST BROS ft>r Is Thl Bt. % r i m ajjaj r.. % %  :: %  %  LIVE RENT-FREE... *\ WRITE A SLOGAN! Pick up your entry blank at FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS 100 N.E. 2nd Avenue or Biscayne Shopping I > i i H %  MuftCII Ml — Lunch kit af pliable vinyl with vacuum bottl*. Idas' for car, picnics. UN MUTM WALLET — is • tlqua whltt saddle cowhide. Go> wtible. Thin sllhouatts. LOW tunoi WAUET Had MM 1 cowhide IU jtltchas • rip a.' mt: tut K ELEfJIIC UOCl — %  ft" Justabis alarm Accii'i'a '' •jiat, ao rtgulating. 1. PIECE SET Or CMMA Floral U-'IECE STAMLEB JTEEL table KKIAl ELECTIK HEATIawf Mt HAJD HAVEL Hf — 21" "1 desigi oes with any dacor, from war* sat by International lllvsr 3 s#ad warmth, pusnoutton co*13*4" high. 6" deap. Zipp*'. ,oc Colonial to Modarn. Co. Stain, rust rasistant trol. washabla cover. ksy. Tarta* plaid. FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere in the United States. Savings Accounts opened or added to through the 10th earn from the 1st. *One to a family. Sorry, no gifts by maU. Se Habla Espaflol r nnjrj|*^i keVf DOWNTOWN: 100 N. E. 2nd AVENUE BRANCH' BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA FREE PAPKINO FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI I EACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO (10,000 BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS I LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION



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GROVE A cocktail party Nov. 28 at the Deauville hotel given by Dr. Mrs Philip <•• Idstein, oi Buffalo, N.Y., in honor of the ( n > : of their daughter, Phyllis Anne, to Robert S Gross, son oi f, -s Leonard Gross, and the late Mr, Gross Displaying her often and prominently, the future bride was pretty as a re in a black faille, full-skirted frock with scoop neck and c r>rchicis The family group of 25 included her grandIs, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bergman, also ol Buffalo Last r ''ay evening, the bridegroom's mother introduced her son's i ee to his many young friends at a cocktail party in her home jil 744 Lakeview dr. Phyll's adorable in an Italian knit of irdum red The engaged couple are both attending the versity o; Miami, she in her senior year majoring in speech rapy, he in the law school During mid-semester vacation, i i iiy to Buffalo where the Goldstein family and friends hav< i r.ned a number of parties in their honor Wedding will be in August Another bride-elect treading the party circuit is Nikki Kraus. v! will marry Jack Press in January Daughter of Yvetle Mickey Kraus, of Adams ave., Nikki will be guesl of honor .-,: a linen shower on Saturday at the Algiers hotel given by Mrs. A' Bernard and Mrs. Sol Brooks Dipping into her lovely licusseau, blond, attractive Nikki plans to wear an ensemble of %  :.•( hopsacking semi-bell skirt with pink rose buds on a basic • -i!k top and matching snug, two-buttoned jacket, accessed with white faille shoes, pearls, and of course, her lovely i ;ement ring'. • here's a happy reunion on the way lor Maxwell and Bea their children and grandchildren ... All the way from e Janeiro. Ted and Sue Hyman will brin_ nine-month old who will be meeting hi> relatives for the firsl time j has been in Rio foi two years, where Ted was on .< atical with the International Cooperation Administration I b< %  luri ng to Ri eigh, X.C., afu r their visit here I iris and husband Larrj Sperling will arrive bi nging with them Michael 5, 'Gene :<• and Ann llene, 5 who will be %  '• to her grandfather for hi: rsl here from Washii ;ti • i.C. lortest trip I ': the Buksti l family The [axwi and their thsgj youngsters, I .,,.., w ho hi %  '• ''i'"! s party on Wednesday, ..;,.• .quite vein No. Miami. %  • i i i i \nother family reunion for the holidays. Vickie-Ellen (Mrs. Friedman will bring Joshua 5. and Sally 2'J. from l.os les, where they moved in June, to visit with her mother. .' Said ilrma) Herman at 4044 Meridian ave., and their paternal %  nother, Mrs Anne Friedman There will be a second nuka party lor the children who had the first one on the W< t Coast And Vicki will be here in time to attend the Beth >m Sisterhood luncheon Wednesday when Irma receives a e' award ... Joe will Join his family in January. Seventh annual reunion of former Finewood campers, Inline i ..• rs, friends and families Sunday afternoon at Hillel House on < University of Miami campus ... In addition to the fun of rent ng acquaintances. Hurt will be the usual indulgence in refreshments dancing, singing, award-, and the showing oi films taken thi past iamp season in Hendersonville, N.C. bal was no chance meeting that saw Mrs. Marwin Guberman mi at the Lambs with Eleanor Gunby The former is the i ; i the fashion show to be given by the Children's Asthma rch Institute and Hospitals Lorber chapter, and by no coii lence, the latter is fashion director for Jordan Marsh Naton—they were making plan.for ihe Mai 20 event Nothing quite .-o esthetic on the minds ol the Walter Letterirans and the Leonard Lettermans seen dining recentlj at the Detinental Just interested in food ... Candidate for a spot on the show "What's My Line? -Mrs. Jacques Cohen Answer ls-piano dealer Just returned from llenville, where she operates her Music (enter in the summer. : preside over the Miami Beach Fiano Company which is hex winter activity Brought Lack her right hand mar. William J. Stackhouse, piano technician. th. t Columbia University, Dr Wolfson used to edit the Bergen County Dental Magazine He's the nephew of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, who directs the Miami Beach Spinoza Outdoor Forum %  • %  Frequent visitor. Mrs. Sadie Heifetz, will divide the next months between daughter Ruth (Mrs. Charles) Jacobson and other daughter Blanche (Mrs. Harry L.l Lmsky Stee Place to celebrate a Bar Mitzvah Is a Country Club, preferably your own .1 there happens to be one in the family Just by chance Alan Fomerantz' lather. Harold and his ****** Morris F..x. with Sheldon Kay. are readying the Wertbroofce atry club which though it won't be officially opened until I v. will more than serve on Dec 23 for Alan party. Among members ol the Ambassador's Corps of Hosts for the Ambassador's Ball to be held Wednesday evening. Dec. 27, under auspices of the Israel Bond Organization are 'hom left) Mrs. A. J. Harris, Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. A. C. Fine. They are disHelping their husbands, chairmen of the Hebrew Academy's scholarship fund dinner are (upper left to right) Mesdames Wolfie Cohen and Leonard Rosen. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Jack Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Revitz. They are adding the "women's touch" lo the gala event taking place Sunday evening at the Deauville hotel. Pioneer Women Slate Events Golds Meir Club, Fioneer Women of Greater Miami, will hold its annual post-Chanuka dinner celebration Sunday. 6:30 p.m.. at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. 731 Washington ave. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin is president of the group. Mrs. A. Seltzer, chairman of the Child Rescue Fund to which all proceeds will be given, will conduct the evening's program Rabbi Morris Skop. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Shirah, will be guest speaker. Invocation will be given by Mrs. Marion Meyer, cultural chairman, and Mrs. Rose Rosamond, musical tor of Temph el will pre, %  a group of songs accompacussing several innovations which will be highlights at this year's Ball, including the presentation of "daughters-come-of-age" to Israel Ambassador Mordekhai Shneerson arc Gov. Farris Bryant, who will be guests c: honor at the Ball. (See story. Page 4-B.) Mrs, Dickscn Tclks Wednesday Regular monthly meeting of Temple Zamora Sisterhood will be be %  I Wednesday evening. William Dickson. vice p: %  dent of Florida board Ol National Women's League, will speak on "Membership and the Importance ol Sisterhood." Hostesses for the evening will be Mesdames Sam Rozeen, Morns M skowitz, Sam Konefsky. Max Greenberg, Harry Kaminoif and Jerome Lieberman. Academy Women Map Dinner Plans With the cooperation of Mr and Mrs Jack A, Cantor and Mr. and Mrs Leonard Rosen, co-chairmen <,! the Hebrew Academy's scholarship fund dinner, a committee oi Hebrew Academy Women, headed l> Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and Mrs Sheldon Dearr, have planned colorful and elab irate decorations for Ihe 14th annual Academy celebraI on lo be held Sundaj evening m the Napoleon room of the Deauville hotel. Color scheme will be pink with glowing candles in silver candelaIras, creating an air ol warm elegance. Yellow and white floral decora'ions will adorn each table. (leading the list of hostesses will U Mrs. Maurice Revitz and Mrs. Wolfie Coin | in a special message to the community urging all-out support ol Ihe 14!h annual event, Mrs Cantor declared: "The impact of the Hebrew Academj on the cultural and educational life of our community has been unparalleled by any other •chool. .Since this event is dcdirated to Ihe new Hebrew Academy building, I call upon each citizen ol this wonderful city to participate in this tremendous building I rogram tor our children." Assisting in the arrangements arc Mesdames living Firtci. Samuel Reinhard, Harry Genet, Louis Merwitzer, Morris Bienenficld. Jerome Rienenlield. Alex Miller. Herbert Berger, Henry Penchansky, George Kimmel, Joseph Cohen, hew Zuckerman, Julius Rosen• M H, Rosenhouse, and Jonah ( ; nied by Dr. rau) Czonka. Club 2 of Pioneer Women will honor Mr. aid Mrs. David Matanka. recently married, on Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg, 1611 Lenox ave. Mrs. Esther Shedrolf is president o( the group. Coral Gable* chapter oi Pioneer Women will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursdav even:,.. Dec 21, at Cookie; restaurant in Coral Gables, and a "package party'" Saturday evening Dec. 23, %  : Minyonaires 3737 Bird rd. L



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Frge 2-B vJtnist n-crHiar Friday, December 15 jvc : ken, and in the same from 3C Cooking Corner Mildred (.. Bflltn e 1 • ^ens into mov tn .-..-.;.r.a in me same irom so to *z minutes y c the ilour. si rtur the onion, currants I bag, creen Pepper. garUc. curry powder, lower I ;k • and over low heat un-il th2 gravy on a deep n .••„. Add the srr. kl ... •• thicken pieces the ric< skillet* kin side uj C ver the par. and TK.. krw-i pieces. R ; %  : ~ tender, this •• r\. otj %  th difia 1 harr: 1 s'ess and a se 1 ce can < asilj ... in the 1 e cf a 1 1 I result re. or requires I, -: D tails to I cook • sp t he fun cl enl r:aii r.g. But a reliable dish ; :.•:.-. .. vanci reheated realI ...... 1 ._ \ her part) If ti be so unui 1 • .. g s invari cess 1 pie. ongthe ther goes I :he intriguing title ol Cc 1 as a :-•• irrj and Both can be in advance either refri rati cverny : fr< tea A1 i ; I : rice .-the recomme neni be .ance. C in i erous quantity until it is %  : nder. Th ins< with cold water. rvii '••"-•( >• -" with boiling then ee more to a 1 .. .... rain v, Ie fresh, frozen. I a tossed .. be served with either t th< ken reci] • .-. ...%  ] stess .. a] triea %  • t once bel r< s< r\ i g ii guests When the U sts 1, the y th role of ] ary tasters s i the dis ten tor 11 •Chicken With Pineapple 1 3-lb broiler-fryers sed weight 1 -4 p all-purpose flour teas] i< c_p veget .... tidbits 2 cups diced celery cup : %  sauce i ce %  •.. : the chickens eight pieces Mix together the flour garlic salt at the at the oil in pan and -. vt :• t • thicken. ". ved. pl< %  .r rg cas er< .1 Di and measure • : r. 1 Plac( the ml • ->-..• nd sugar over t:.< ents I oake about or.e hour, un.: %  Baste • ivith thi ir, • rve from thi ; erole ric< This recipe es from six to < ight Country Captain :• : .:: broiler-fryers idresI v. tight 1 i] all-purp* se : : teaspoon sal! ttaspoon freshly ground per : kosher parve margarine 1 finely ; finelj diced ^re-en -per • garlic, minced urrj >wdti taste teaspoon powdered thyme • cans tomatoes p dried currants cu] slivered, toasted al moods 3 to 4 cups cooked rice and ne cup chutney Y.RS. AVRAHAM KOPERNIK JWV Groups In Dance Here North Shtre Post and Ladies' Auxiliary oi Jewish War Veterans l e ,c a membership dance Saturdayevening at the Beau Rivage. Guests included Henry Norton, commander of the State Department of Florida, and Mrs. Evelyn It Vine, president of the Florida Auxiliary The group was hostess Wednesday evening to a quarterly meeting at Temple Ner Tamid, with Mrs LeVine presiding. Mrs. Li.is auxiliary presides. Cohen and John Schmelt:'c~ Nautilus Junior awarded S25 1 %  bonds for their in the essay conic JWV Post and r. the subject ol Can Preserve the peace." Tte bonds were donated by Mr Pioneer Women Welcome Leader All oi the Greater Miami C {Pioneer Women welcome:. Mrs Avraham Dostrpvsky KoperniJi emissary of Moatzet Wednesday evening at the Seville h :el N .. 1 ing the Ui iti I States uece; r.etr V. %  • ci nvention Ir. .. .1. r. • ing ar. emis for P; neer '•' %  men. Mrs. Koper; I -...: n A f thi Royal Academy of Vienna she .director -....:: of Music in Jerusalen of a music periodic, for chil ren. Born in Israel, Mrs. Kopernik is the daughter of Dr. Arieh Dostrov-.%  ;. I rsJ dean of the Hebrew University medical school. She is the ( i an engineer and they have 1 children. Her brother. Israel rovsky, is a leading research scientist at the Weizmann Institute at Rehovot. In the coming week. Mrs. KopernJck will bring to the chapters of Pioneer Women in the Dade area the story of the contribution Pioneer Women and sister organizations in Israel are making towards molding the new nation last Lecture in Series Lbre in a ser.es on the ivered Rabbi Max A. Lipscbitz on • n Beth Irah Con1 Mrs. Izzy Karp. and presented to the winners bj Vice Mayor of Miarr.i Beach Marvin Englander. who is a member cf North Shore Post JWV. for almost 40 years on Holidays and every day MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE has brought cheer into far more Jewish homes than any other brand because that Good-to-the-last-drop flavor means... It's a Mechayeh! all the way down! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE ft • ^ %  Hr p It 1 1 ^B lit 1 INSTA* WKttNtU THE "SABBA TH COFFtt fcr ; -1 enjoyment e %  y! In 2 Cr 60z., a-d 10 Oz. jars. : today's Instant Maxwell House— fiavor sealed in this distinct:.e new CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARVE K I FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS CORP For Brewed Coffee enjoyment the greatest Jewish favorite of tne.r, a..: ,n 1 ib. and 2 lb. Cc.ns.



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liav, December 13. 1961 t'Jpn ifffhrktttun • adf •.-.iet'.G Szold lur.checn committee for Miami ich chaptei of Hadassah includes front row '. %  ;:t to right) Mrs. Lawrence Silvermcn, Mrs. Over Golden, chapter coordinator for H-Day, !.is Lillian Goodman, Miami Beach chapter resident, Mrs. Bes-s Fine. Standing (left to .-ht) are Mrs. Sam Ruban, Mrs. Otto SandMrs. Frances Benjamin, Mrs. Isabelle Slavitt, Mrr.. Joseph Amigo, Mrs. Hyman Bergad, and Mrs. Morris Lencer. Not mesent, but c'.so on H-Day committee, are Mesdames Clara Goldberg, Betty Feinberg, Carl SussIdnd Philip Kaplan, Joseph Rappaport, Henry 3. Wernick, Joseph Alexander and Ben Zeignv-ind. Opt?-Mrs. Fetes PTA Presidents Mrs dent of Opti-Mrs. (i udui' tl ri Seville ho The t i 1 m, "Child Wall," w hich emphasiz oi facilities .ind trained pers toi treating emotionallj children, was shown. Disc is i period which followed was I" Miss Barbara Jack, din the Miami Beach So( la D( partment, a;:.I A. .1. .\; director of the Montana:: School. Guests at the luncheon nine PTA p: Beach schools Mesdames Sahag Girittl Harbor Elementarj. Mill a Li -r Biscayne Elementarj; W iss. I ei tral Beach Eleni Theodore Kipness, North E Elementar Abe M; i r, S i Beach a y. %  %  a sten, Tr< is ire Isle 'Treasurama' Sale Tuesday 10 i /. :il Golden Wedding For Greenbergs and Mrs ". ; brate th( ir go I sen gation A reception in w II iw the late evenii \ • si ration i r%  iage vows will take it I ie ivilU hotel in Sunday 5 Jo I. .: -.!•: Mr i, • i Ki r leach Hadassah to Mark H-Day f ith Variety of Programs Scheduled Fourteen groups of Miami Beach I lassah will celebrate H-Day i elaborate luncheons and proems Monday, and receive conibutions for Hadassah Medical • anization in honor of Henrii Szold's birthday. i lassah's half century of piom public health and medin Palestine and later in Ishas set standard < for the enId. Through its established oodman Group leets Wednesday if Hadash I its meeting .: • %  Savings Assn i • i) eveup m %  -•' %  ••. will in an i" %  •' is ''ti •. memri • leli lances. THE PERFECT 9*3* PN SET FOR HOMC OR OFFICE I • • • ••. 112 FOUNTAIN OtSK PEN SIT EFFICIENT, ECONOMICAL WITH THE RIGHT POINT FOR THE WAY YOU WRITE ALSO "N AVAIUBU M ArrcAcnvf COLOXS BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N.E. 59tS STREET MIAMI Tel. PL 4-3457 134 N.E. 1st STREET MIAMI Td. FR 3-5739 STEVENS OFFICE SUPPLY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel. JE 8-7205 Community Health Services, the integration of newcomers has brought dramatic results and transformations in the lives of the people. Hadassah's H.M.O. program also performs a huge service of health and education by aiding 42 Afro-Asian countries. Aliyah group will have a luncheon at the Algiers hotel at 12:30. a a Bay Harbor luncheon will be at the Americana hotel at noon. Program will include a Fashion show and musical. • Brandeis will '". in the LaRoi i tainebleau hotel at noon. S musical pi gram will itun Carol Donr by I eslie Hude< nsisting %  from Deborr.h ; • program is |j ric co heard. Esther nroup '•• lunchj eon at tl Guest sr akei Kenneth ok .. fi II i ; • • %  a musical nrr- : r "Servii the Heart." y Mrs. 1 .'. • Stephen S. Wife group brate a; isablanca aj R il bi Dav ; Lehr of Coi will a I Iress the group M program will b turn sh d by Asaka Tomito. loisl a< i in anied by Esther Barrett. ; ^^ sunshine fashions trend setter In the south Shop Burdine's for the South's widest assortments best in values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop tne nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop monday and friday n-ghtt, miami, miami baach 'til • 163rd (Iraat, ft. laudardala. wail palm baach 'til 939 Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening IttOTloc&X. vOL-dj. "Cu&' So smooth and deeply delicious Dade Heights Sponsors Revue Dade Heights Jewish rongregaticn will present N ip il m Reed in "Swinging Attars of 1981" on Saturday evening at the Hampton House Club. 4200 NW 27th ave. Myrtle Jones orchestra will play for the CalypBO revue and furnish music for dancing. Mrs. Betty Hershey is in charge of reservations. Senior citizens, 50 and over, ot Dade Heights will meet Sunday. 2 p.m.. for a planned program and refreshments. at your favorite dairy counter MauviN %  M 33AND KOSHER GOUDA CHEESE CERTIFIED TOD Undar itricr tupar.iilon of Tha Union ol Orthodox Jaiih Cona'a90lioni ol Amafico. • a This is a pure, natural Couda...made In the traditional Holland way bv one of the world's most respected cheese makers. Manufactured under strict Rabbinical supervision...Mayvin Kosher Gouda Cheese is flavor, cured, red-waxed and Saran-vvrapped for full protection. How can you red* buying, and eating, some todayl Alto try Mayvin Edam and Mayvin Muenster. All Koaher. AVAILABLE AT FOOD FAIR. SKILLS AND STEVEN'S STORES. AND OTHER FINE STORES.



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Foge 4-B vJewisti ftoridKan Friday. December 15, iggj Sophie Tucker to Hold Reception On Eve of Israel Ambassador's Ball Sophie Tucker, one of America's >ved entertainers and a rledirated worker on behalf of the Slate of Israel, will hold a reception for the Ambassador's Corps I Hosts for the annual Ambassas Ball, ihe reception will be' given by V ?s Tucker on Thursday evening. 21, at the Diplomat hotel. • Ambassador's Ball will take ; ce on Wednesday. Dec. 27. at the Fontainebleau hotel. liss Tucker has recently rend from one ot her many trips GALA INNOVATIONS Among the many gala innovu %  onto take place at this year's Ambassador's Ball on Dec 27 ill be the presentation ot i aughters come-of-age in a debutante ceremony to Israel Ambassador Nfordekhai Shneerson nd Gov. Farns Bryant, it was nnounced by Mrs. Anna Bren' er Meyers, chairman of the Ambassador's Corps of Hosts. Mrs Meyers pointed out that the ceremony will include the resentation of the young ladies. I well as a stag line consisting : young men escorting the girls o be presented. The ceremony, n e w in the United States, was initiated in England when the first Israel i Ambassador was accredited to he Court of St. James. It is (\pected that the Miami inno\ation will be adopted in many ther major cities Mrs. Meyers indicated that .iris and boys eligible to participate in the presentation ceremony are children or grandchildren of persons eligible to ttend the Ambassador's Ball, comprising 1961 Israel Bond Trustees. Builders. GuardianI nd Sponsors, purchasers ot a minimum of $1,000 in Israel Bond.-. Israel, where she was honored ir her outstanding efforts on beIf of Israel thn ugh the is n I program." Members of the \mbassai •ps ot Host M A: %  • Mi : %  \ ; %  A1111 ..l Sldi nuln, Mi V in \ > n. Mi S>'"l In ..ml Mrs Ralph I'oliu. Mrs lien Coin n, Mr an stein, Mr. and Mr. and Mis. Mrs Alirahdm Charles Chan Chussltt, Mr. and ,n,l Mrs 11-1,-jn • %  lenuin. M x Mini. .Mill. 11. n HI. I Sa ir • -: i.—11 Don !l Rlk nd, Kit, Mr Samuel ICntinc, M Mrs Joseph ('ohen, Mr Cohen, Mrs. Sal ill' '•'• Mr and Mrs. Milton C JuIiUS 1 '."-|" I Mi and Mrs Mm i 'oopi r, Mrs \'in.i C. Corrsln, Mr und Mrs Jueoh i 'OSOM Manil Mi A.ii i>n > "oi rshn, Mrs Sarah i zei h Mr ai ,i Mis. Sam I', rani Is, Ml and Mrs >l i I lenkti r, Mi and Mrs. Louis •.. in, Mr. :m i Mr* .ls< ;,|i mark, Mr* I >a\ Id >eni % % %  Mr Mi H, I.-.,.i, I %  -ii.ii Mr %  ; Mrs Dorfman, Mi and Mrs L< -i. In, Mr. and Mrs Don Mi and Mr-. Leon i Elmun, Mrs I'rnnee* Mrs, Ben Essen. Mr and Mrs Paul I ask. Mi an I Mr* I lei man Felil Mr* Bel 1} Peuer, Mr and Mr\. C. Hne, Mi Irene Pink, Mr. and Mr* Samuel Pishkind. Mi and Mr* Abraham Pox, Mr. and Mr* Abram Pox Mr. and Mrs Prank rVankel, Mi and Mrs. Samuel Frankel, Mr and Mrs. Sol Prunkel, Mi and Mi r.., Frankenstein, Br. and Mrs. Wtanle> ling, Mr and Mr.-. Mayslil. Frledberg, Mr. and "Mrs. Benjamin Friedman, Mrs. Fannie C. Prommer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman, Mr, and Mr-. Jack Furman, Mr. and Mrs Maurice Iirmnn, Mr \'.\ Fuss. Mr and Mr.-. Maurice Cans, Mr and Mrs Sydnej ii ,11-. Mi and Oeller. Mr. and MrI., an,I Mis llairv Genet, Irving i Sent t, Mr. ami lenet, Mr, and Mr* man. Mr. and Mr*. SOPHIE TUCKER Mrs. William Kline, Mr. and Mi %  Ah xander Kogan. Mr. and Mrs Max Kolker, Mr. nrl Mrs Harrj K iretskj. Mi an I Mrs* Tom C. Krixltx, Mrs lne Krensky, Mr. and M • S-imuel Kulok, Mr. .in. Mi.. Sal hai K ih Mi u nd Mr .? nn Lachman, Mr und Mrs .'•% %  • I Laurans, Mi Murraj I uxarus, M anii Mrs. i .•.• I..-1 >o. Mi and Mr i i-i ar C. Lelchuk, Mi a :ii Mr* -1 i • Level .-'ii. Mr. arfd Mr* A t i.evlne, Mrs Saddle l..\in.-. Mr Mar i.Llhermnn, Mrs Rachel Lichlinn i • !i and Mrs Isadore Liebhober, M r ami Ml .-. 1 >a\ i.l .1. 1. gill Mr and Mrs, Mi*rri* Llpp, Mr. and Mrs Joseph i.. Lipton, Mr and Samuel Lipton. Mr. and Mr* le-i i:. I b, Mr. and Mrs. Martin 1 •••'tr •• Mr and Mr* Alvln B. Lowe. Br ad Mrs. Mill, .II Lubii: r, Mr and A Sam I.ni..>. Mr and Mrs Dave MmrKiilles, Mr ind Mr* Benjamin MR --. kowits, Mr and Mrs. William Mechanic, Mr. Joseph Meehlpw, Mr. ami .Mi-, i.oiii.Mel\. ItXer, Mr. an -Mrs. Max Mevem, Mr. ami Mrs. Irving Miller Mr. and Mr*, terael MlndMn, Mr. and Mrs, A. .1 Molaaky. Mr. and Mrs, M..iiv Morris. Mr and Mrs. Kmii Morton, Mr and Mrs. Stanley i' Mvers Mrs. Worence Sadler, Mr. .ind '.Mr-. .1.1...1, II. Nathan, Mrs Harry Nelson, Mr. and Mrs Aaron Newman, Mr.-. Anne Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Niis-I.aiiin. Mr. ami Mrs. Maiiry dllnlck. Mrs. ,-elHut Oritt, Mr and Mrs. Max Ormlts. Mrs Anne I'a.l.iwer, Mrs. Albert Pick, Mrs. Harry Ma toff, Mr and Mia. Bam Pollock, Mi anil Mrs. Liavid Ponve, Mr. .''nil WM Jack S. PopICk, Mr.-. Miriam Press, Mr. and Mrs. I'm id Provus, | Mr and Mrs. Joseph Rambam, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Relnhard, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Relnsteln, Mr. and Mrs Mauri..KeviU. Mr. and !•••. i'hll Revlts, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob KKkMi, Mr. ami Mrs. Benjamin Rimer, Mr. an.I MrJoseph II. Roae. Mrs Pt tillne Rose, Mr. and Ms !•;• Rosen M' "id Mp s lard R ••• Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosi nsteln, Mr. and Mrs. I,OII|P Rosensock Or and M•' B. Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs Fred RosenSiricln, Mrs Pannle Bklai Mr i v Sklar. Mr. ami Mr.s.,'h'.„, !£? Mr. and Mr* Herman Solenton M' and Mrs. Leonard i .' ,m ,*" \, ami Mr-. Fred Somerstein Mr. %  ana K. Soimberg, Mi %  i M v" than Kpiegelman. M mi ii-j,^': e|.h F. Stein. Mi ml M r irWr* Steinlauf. Mr. and MrMI h,J SUdakow, Mr. and MrI'atl Bun. KI.,,1. Mr and Mrs. u in .,a U RHnu[ Mr. ami MrGeorge I Til an'*' Mr and Mrs. Israel Teiti Mr • %  n'i Mrs. I'liliip Th Mr UIIO \,rn a old Thurman, Mr. and MrAbrainm l -!m.ler. Mr an I Mis \ ,, \, man, Mr. and Mrs A s .; \\ Ml an i "Mis. Carl Weink'.. Mr uj Mrs. Sam VVelsse., Mi an. I Mr\{, \rsttz. RSlTBT Tin,I "Mr* h*nrv' Wernick. I'r and Mr* H feYankU. Williams. Mr. and MlN %  Woll Mr and Mrs Louis K W" ,; •., Mr, ami Mrs, Harrj Vanli h I •• I Mrs Manuel Yavelow, vli n n Morris Young, Mi and Mi v.,. L. Zaretxky. Mr* Elizali 7 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel '/.: in an I Mi.-. Mntthew /. ick i %  .. iv %  IR, Mr. an I Mrs, Mam Mrs. Oldn Rubin, Mr and Mrs Raj in.,... I R> Gotlli Ii. Mi • .i M i iMu ai .1 •! ad, Mr a n I Mrs Harold (Sranoff, Ml and Mrs Sum • in l i !r lubart, Mr anil Mrs I ireenfleld, Mrs, Jenn %  ii Mi ml Mi Louis :r,.--•!• m, Mi • I Mrs Samuel H M ., ml Mrs Ellas Halm rn Mrs Rose Hal|i x i d. Hamersclilaa, -^l 1 u x A .1 H M ind Mi ll.ii v H %  Mr. ., nd Mrs. I. H Mr and Mrs Isadore Hi ; Mi ind M M ,\ ii,-, In Mi in i Mrs lien H .v.. I..,UL Hlrsi h M .,• .1 M M..I'll R Ml i \ K %  in. Mi an l Id Karroi Ml in Mr> Mr M 11 %  • Mr and M ind Mi VIn U Kli Ii MI YU BAN SALUTES The Simcha of Modern Israel TEL AVIV en the Mediterranean Sea is a city of wonder, Israel's largest and one of the world's most exciting. For here is a commingling of cultures brought by Jews from virtually every country on earth... busy by day in commerce and industry. ..gay by night in cafes, clubs and theaters. ..with exotic bazaars and fashionable shops, and hotel accommodations ranging from ultra-luxurious to modest. ^-i^,.. • ".Vhile many individual Greater Miamians have received free Polaroid Cameras and Polaroid Camera Kits as gifts from The Jewish Floridian. the Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood this veek became the first organization here to receive a free Polaroid Camera Kit at the successful conclusion of their Jewish Floridian subscription campaign. Shown are Mrs. William. (Beverly) Mars, 801 NE 1 7 9 ter., financial secretary, and Mrs. Stanley (Neldal Golden, 17610 NE 3rd ave., president of •he Temple Ada'.h Yeshurun Sisterhood, proudly holding the i-:it presented tp the S'sterhood for bringina in 13 new, local subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian. 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. 1 Friday, December 15, 1961 *Jewist) ftcridiar? Page 5-3 Beth Am Ladies Plan Meeting Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am has scheduled an eventful week for its membership. On Saturday evening, paid-up memhei> will be entertained at a cocktail part) in '.he Temple Social Hall, lho party is an annuar affair, and all paid-up members are invited. A program under Members of Miami Beach Opti-Mrs. in excited dren, principal project of the group. Shown ..cipation of their Book and Art Sale on (left to right) are Mesdames Larry Weston, day at 536 Lincoln Mall. Hundreds of Harold Druker, Lou Freeman, Melvin J. Richr:ginCU paintings, as well as thousands of ard, president. Murray Sonnett, vice president, vs, will be offered for sale with all proLeonard Platt and Arthur Leibowitz. feds going to aid emotionally disturbed chilAdath Yeshurun Adds to Faculty Mrs. Belle Klbaum has been added to the faculty of ihe religious school of Temple Adath Yesh'fiKtmi timti Seaou 3Bo-a urun. Donald Simon, eharman of Unheard of education, has also an nounced (hat Charles Smook and Sam Rubinstein have been engaged to assist in the Bar Mit/\ ah department ol the Hebrew school. Cantor Abraham Reisman is supers isor oi education. The adult class in "Philosophy of Judaism" meets on Wednesdays at 8 p.m.. and a class in beginners Hebrew meets on Thursday: -m ?•& temri Seeasa JBonn i *^r \ *sik^r^'^v. '^m W %  y%^% % %  55 liVS •la W*m j i I'M it fa J& & %  *•'• %  Home Auxiliary To Meet Here Membership meeting of the Miami Women's Auxiliary ol the Jewish Home for th< Aged will take ilace in the Day Care Room of Douglas Gard< ns on Thursday, Dec 21, at noon. In the spiri lanuka, and in i r in acqu new women's h Home, a luncheoi v ill be %  • in the brie! %  • \ tour oi ivi %  %  Ah -. %  ii the direction of Mrs. Dorothy W I \rill feature members ol the Sisl hood in a series of original ski Wednesday morning, the 11 education committee of the Sh | hoed will present another oi monthly current .event si tun • Eric Raepple will discuss "St Policy and the Soviet Union T • lay." Talk is scheduled tor a m. in the teen-age lounge ol tl Temple Beth Am school bui!< Also on Wednesday, at noon. (I monthly meeting oi the Sisterhoi will be held in the Temple torium. Mrs. Paul Goodman • charge of the afternoon's j • i, which will include i iunch. Songstress Will Appear Here ur Cholim Kosher I oi Home will hold its ly nooi L :hot! I. : : i %  y .. .. inten Ptri ?. ivhi -I re| etoin %  • • .i • hei sell p am i i Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every day Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president of Greater Miami Section, Naiional Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. Marvin L. Zank, orcanizing chairman, and Mrs. Bernard L. Lorinq, vice president of membership, attend an organizing meeting of the new South Dade Division of the Greater Miami Section. This is the ninth division in the Council family, a member agency oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Shades of '25' On Sunday Shoshana chapter. B'nai BTith play for a Charleston contest and Women, is sponsoring a -Shades ot the Twist. Mrs. Jack Lependort is : affair on Sunday night at Ternn charge of reservations for the pU B'nai Sholem. A live band will unction. WIN :oo Mrs. Edith FtoM, Inrta gMMNi *. Hollywood, Calif., won 12500 lor her Kl KsNMMfc FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE And delight your family with the dish you make! All you do is submit your tavot ite recipe for using Wolff's Kasha...for stuffing chicken, derma ...making knishes, varnishkas, scups...side dishes with onions, chopped mushrooms, peppers or any other tasty use for this all time favorite. 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Cover and bake in 350" oven (medium) 30-40 minutes. detiCMABrown Buckwheat Groats Mrs. Morse Will Head 'March' Mrs. Phoebe Morse has been named Mothers' March chairman for the 19b"2 New March of Dimes campaign in Dade county, campaign director Charles Hall announced here. A resident of Miami Beach nine years. Mrs. Morse has been active in charitable work many years. She is a director of the Women's Auxiliary of the Miami Heart Institute, president of the Women's Auxiliary of the Humane Society, and is a former vice president of the John Foster Dulles chapter. Women's Cancer Assn. of the L'niversity of Miami. As Mothers' March chairman, Mrs. Morse will direct the total canvass of Dade county by 15.000 volunteer mothers. The 1962 Mothers' March will take place on Jan. i. Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! Three generations of Jewish housewives have put their fullest confidence in this famous salt for purity and quality. 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Fcce 6-B \kn 1st fhrkttairi Friday, December 15, jj Mizrachi Women's Convention Hears Report of Institutional Work in Israel Picker, i ] ,| Mrs. Y. Stersi 3 Herman new i.. Making plans for the feshion show v.-hich will be one of the features of the Sisterhood Day I :•. of the Sisterhoor c: Temple Beth Sholom ore ..seated^ Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, v ;president; Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, presJ. Bernard Spector, co-chairman c: luncheon committee; Ins Guiles, model of Velma a:;d Peggy, of Arthur Godfrey rd., who will furnish the fashion show; Mis. Michael Mersel, ticket chairman; and Mrs. Samuel Stein, co-chairman of the luncheon committee. Sisterhood Day luncheon is an ennual event at Beth Sholom. For the first time, a new feature will be added in the form of Sistie Awards." The function is scheduled Wednesday at Beth Sholom. ^j^**""""""*"****^^ Cedars Auxiliary Meeting Slated Cedars <>f Lebanon Auxiliary's first open meeting will be held or. Tuesday, Jan. 16. New members and those inter ested in joining tbe hospital auxil iarj will be welcomed by Mrs Nathaniel Levin, presid< I Mrs, Norman Brown i~ chairmai Mrs. Robert Wolk, of Islands Division, National Council of Jewish Women, shows a picture to visitors at the art sale trcr.sored by the group. The pictures are on sale daily through Dec. 16 at 536 Lincoln Mail. The art is the work of Cuban refugees now living here. Proceeds will go toward Council's Ship-A-Box project which provides learning materials and playground equipment to kindergartens in Israel. KffVED IN A cuss OB A CUP TETLEY TEA I A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Beth Israel Ladies To Hear Rabbi nee! ng of the Si! Beth Isri el C ngregaheld on 1 noon ... Hall of the synagogue. ritual B h K'. will n : Greenberg will read %  "Meter in Poetry" on ika. Mrs. Frank Fine is proan, and Mrs Akxan'• r M is president National Confabs To be Discussed Plai nfer flCCS of thi Vm< %  • • Is I ... bn v". i f Jem.* lem will be Wednesday light al .. rii : %  ;.' %  : Shos int< n onall> 'tnown Israeli entertainer and sing ng star at the Monte ("arid hotel The gathering, slated for 8:3t p.m. in the Exodus room, will heai letailHI a Women's Division eon clave scheduled Jan. 30 to Feb. : md a national conference 1 1 tin j \meriean Friends listed for Feb 15 to 19. Miss Damari. who achieved al most overnight fame after appear ng in the Israeli film. "Hill 2-4 Does Not Answer." will be mad( m honorary member of the Amer can Friends at the reception. Pa ip men I ers of the South Divisioi '...'.,( i D. G thi .: unit ot thi .... %  of which Dr M er Marks sidenl at of A ha %  tmega ::;.•< \>. hich Dr Lawrence Krasne is Greater Miami • • \ ited lUti: m. 1 %  • •• v Israel revui "Thi Land ol Yil-c and Honey," also will be on hand for the Wednesday night preview perform ..me. Mrs. Anna Meyers, internal I woman attorn* y ai men ber of the Dade just roturn>d frei srai ri ssed the uni In • %  si i< "i" Florida Women's >rg inizatu n %  : Ami ri< a at the I 0! rues kins to lolo :ati %  Meyers n her i I inspection tri he inst iini d :• thi Mizrachi Vonn I'S Orj nethoi • i and; ration in sucl Vocational Hi| ind the elei and chool trai: ii in • 1 Sch .i >le with ::.. tii lal ba< kj round ire bi to I tke usi I il ilac< s in th< lift ol Israel." Mrs. dej ers declan I. Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi>al of the Hebrew Academy, stressed "the bridge of education beween basic Jewish tradition and oda> s demands upon young peo>le." In the opening session Monday 'veiling, more than 50 new "Mohcrs-in-Israel" followed the lead >f Mrs. Fannie Mindlin. of Miami. n pledging themselves to three imes "Chai" each in the spirit of he occasion. A new program for increased ictivity in membership campaigns vas agreed upon at the eonfer•nce. said Mrs. Alfred Stone, coirdinator for Florida. Augmenting he program will be Mrs. Israel I'eiteh. Mrs Morns Bienenfeld. of .lal.kah r: Mrs. Paulino irundwi Mrs L. Lustig. Mrs %  >j Ivia Mej t rs, of B( ach chaptt r Irs Max N'ewberger Mrs. Harold rokayer. Mrs Martha Sachs, ol K>\ i :.,;••-, r; Mrs. Aivin Leven:on. Mrs B. Hirsch and Mrs. F, If you like Make-Up Dir.onstrztion Coi 3 lay, l 1:2 1 i KREPLACH ^CHEESE Ravioli IN SAUCE Ye. there's Yom Tov spirit in ibis fine tea... "flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleaslire with your fleishigs and o ilehigs and betwer* meal (tireshroent ... 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-v, December 15. 1961 Jen1st mhrBdHan Page 7-B 'i \ivorite home dishes and cooking specialties rill be served up at the Homecoming dinner ance sponsored by the Women's Division : '.he Miami Beach YMHA Branch on Saturday night. Preparing for the delicacies to be served are (left to right) Mrs. Norman Giller, president, Mrs. Sidney Lang, dance chairman, Mrs. Leon Epstein, and Mrs. Maurice Gilman. 'Homecoming* Theme of Dance •'Homecoming for Adult be the theme of a bufle" an! dance at the Miami Beach YMHA n Saturday night. Several hundred people are expected '.o be present at '.ne affair, which is being conducted by the en's Division oi the "Y." Mrs Sidney Lang, chairman of event, has announced that the dance will mark the first social program of this type for adu be held at the "Y" in aim six years It V i; essl year In the short oi the Members of the v. i n are personally prcparii i all the too ; a la t %  I ct urse iner to 1 ai 7:30 p m. Mrs Norman Giller, president oi the Women's Division, si ited thai her group "is interested in bringing back many old friends and alumni of the V.' and the dance -hould help to reunite many oi these people.'' A five-piece band will be present. In addition to the dinner and dance. an entertainment program ha; also been planned. Other members of the committee are Mesdames Leon Epstein. Norman Giller, Maurice Oilman, I Alfred Levi. Samuel Oka and Arnold Rosen. Holiday Party for Children North Shore Auxiliary. J ill War Veterans, will give a hoi ly party for 150 children and Lr at the Unit) it Palsy Center here on Wednes ly. Mrs. Arthur Lee. child well e i hairman, said that r will be dona'ed by auxiliary m nI ers, who will aiso a< ses at the affair Ki pat Holim Fete Saturday L i % %  cuti' • of v I !•' ; r at -i :.'.• the re lona • S| ns s of the affair ial Zian. The functici 50th anniversary of Ki | msdical arm in Krai'; lista Irdt organization. The program will ah feat ire Carol Donn. lyic I 0 I )i 11 I r a ; Michael Gibson, internati i a newned Yiddish stage star; and Esther Barrett, pianist Rabbi Morns Skc-i. %  •'::\\ leader of Temple Beth Shiran, will also appear. Chairman of the evening is Joseph P. Zuckerman. who will introduce Mindhn. Older Adults Mark Chanuka ff I %/ %  :, \^ ,•> %  h >. K %  -A 1 tome ci the doctors' wives helping to spearStanley Margoshes. Standing (left to right) Ld fund-taiing activities for Cedars of are Mesdames Lawrence Adler. Max Pepper. iebemeribsrpital'a Heart Pavilion include Wayne Rogers. Philip Oransky. Bernard Yesp:t to right' seated) Mesdames Benjamin ner and Louis Lemberg. Jren, Peubera Pochkind, Jacob Colsky and lew Gift Categories are Announced at Cedars Over 500 older adults in Dade county, in four different local in the community, celebrated :ne [( ival of Chanuka t] through the Senior Citizens Dei ment of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Judge Henry Balaban. city I missioner and vice mayor of Miami, was featured speaker at the North County Senior Citizens Friendship Club. 14036 NE 6th ave Judge Balaban spoke on 'Present Day International Tensions as it Relates to the Celebration of Chanuka." Mrs. Balaban presented a program of songs. Also on the piogram was Cantor Emanuel Mandel, who offered a traditional Chanuka medley. Some 40 visitors from the Golden Age Clubs of Norfolk. Newport News and Richmond, Va.. shared the Chanuka celebration and luncheon with the Miami Beach Golden To accelerate new pledges for j (level pment of a Heart Rearch Center in this area, meman of the Cedars of Lebanon v:har> •.his week announced two categories of gifts ta Cedars t" Lebanoi Hospital. Heart Mothers." women who ntributc SI,000 or more to the pletic: of the Abe Aronovitz irt Pavilion, will make up the ewest group of donors interested larilj in the research and reatment of heart disease. The sicond category, "Heart mardiahs," includes women COOributing $300 or more to the maintenance and development of h %  hearl I oor. With the evcT-wtaening cone-:i of MiamiatM in the incidence I heart cisease, it is understand1 )'.e wh\ many persons have forward to lend their supIto this project," said Samuel Sapir president of the hosital. c men i !' the Women's :~ion I ,v taking the lead in the il weeks of their campaign to • se b; -nee Is for the hospital which opened the first three floors to the public on Nov. 19. Sapiro announced that, of the 58 beds envisioned in the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Heart Pavilion. five have already been endowed at $1,000 each, and a donor has also endowed the Consultation Room on the fourth floor with a S10.00O gift. The Cardiology Dressing Room and cardiograph equipment have also been ear-marked for endowment, according to Sapiro. As of this week. 87 of the hospital's 108 beds are occupied, a near record. ••By the time the hospital is in operation one full month, we can expect to have full occupancy." Sapiro stated. A substantial boost was given Cedars' fund-raising efforts toward the Heart Pavilion by new contributions which were obtained Wed nesday evening at the Mayor High testimonial banquet. ••We have a long way to go to create a heart treatment area,'' said E. Albert Pallot, chairman of ,!„• Cedars development fund. •The Women's Heart Mothers and Heart Guardians have made a splendid beginning, but it will take $500,000 to finance an ultra mod ern heart research section to utilize the newest concepts of progressive patient-care." •>.,• Frien ship Club, 1536 Bay rd. In keeping with the h ilidaj spirit the cli raisi t which will go to support the Louis Lieberman Memorial Scholarship Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Enc Main-rent for the afternoon was provided by Mrs. Lillian Zahn and jack Hubin. The Southwest Senior Citizens Friendship Club. 7115 Coral Way, collected wrapped Chanuka gifts which were distributed at the Children's Cardiac Hospital. Tnis club celebrated the holiday by sampling each others holiday delicacies at a covered dish luncheon. A special Chanuka song and dance program, featuring the Senior Citizens Choral Group and Folk Dance Group of the Miami YMHA, was the entertainment at the Miami Golden Age Friendship Ctul>, 450 SW 16th ave. DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do H the easy way-by mail. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grovu for prompt handling. YOUR FIRST COURSE is ready with a flip of the asses in Ft. lauderdale : ligiouE sch iss are held raple Ema Ft. Laudii n 9:30 a.m. noon. 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Pegs 8-B vJenisfi ftcridfiatr Friday. December 15, 13:1 We the Women fOfTM je? WCVtAN OF THE WEEK Edith (Mrs. Samuel) Gertner's son said: "Mother, why are we I ping this old book"" He was referring to the Columbia University A: mni annual. Ediih admitted that it's important once in a great v ie to look back an-J remember. She was born in Mew York City, v. -c to Hunter College, and received a Master's de.ereo in Romance guages at Columbia. She taught in the New York elementary school s; em. On one election eve. at a Zeta Phi dance, she met her future I band Sam. He was busy taking everyone's phone number, and E Lh feels lucky that it was she S&OI called. I'.ie Gertners came here 13 years a-.-o. Sam is executive director %  • Sinai Hospital, and Edl:h says he's completely wrapped up in the job. Since their arrival, she hasn't let the sand ir. her shoes bog her down either. Edith took courses at the University of Miami and Barry College, and is now teaching again at Bay Harbor Elementary School. The Gertners' daughter. Linda Marie, is married to Dr. Gabriel Zatlin. Son Bernard is a senior at Miami Beach High. Edith is an avid reader, and spends a let of her "alone" time at it. In addition, she expresses her creative nature ;n a number of lovely ceramic pieces she has done. When it comes to husbands, she's a definite booster. No matter to what subject the conversation may turn. Edith always manages to direct it back to her Sam. her voice taking en tones of adoration. When the Gertner home on the old hospital grounds was torn down, they moved to Biscayne Point. What kind of a housewife Sam says she would rather clean than cook, and insists that b walks arour.d with a jar of Jubilee in her hand. rhey both love to travel when Sam can get away. The Gertners %  motored through most of the U.S. On a trip to Hawaii. Sam corned that, lovely though it all was, nothing compared to Miami B( ch. But Edith was in ecstacy — because the phone didn't ring. A born teacher. Edith's gentleness and love for children is evident in er work. Actually, these characteristics are inherent in all her l ationshipa and in the artful manner of her daily living. Ask Sam. •* AM ATTRACTIVE FOURSOME Fay Ablin in a pale gold lurix suit which matched her hair, Ardelle I I .tt in a smart chartreuse dress and sweater. Bertha (Mrs. Dave); 1 Hips in a brilliant green and rose black print, and Nettie (Mrs. Sol) B oks in a white knit with the palest of lilac flowers on the sweater ca1 together at the Brandeis University luncheon at the Eden Roc hcteL Ardelle was collecting the baby dolls which decorated the r; aits to take home to her neighbors' children. Bertha was trying; tc ee clear across the room to where Dave was sitting at the men's tabfe. Nettie Brooks was in the process of talking herself into having a cjcktail party when she moves into her new apartment in the Crystal K^se to introduce her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Markam. will be here soon from Peoria, III. • • • OMCI IN A LIFETIME The star was supposed to be William Bendix at the life member-.' luncheon of Miami Hadassah at the Grove Theatre, but the chairman. Roz (Mrs. Jerry) Soltz. stole the show. Everyone was guessing about Roz in her one-piece dress. It's true. In May, there'll be a new addition to the present three young Soltzes. Roz was an only child; • always wanted to have four children. Where could be a better e to announce it than at a life membership party? SCIENCE FICTION IN MIAMI Red. green and yellow lights whirled and twinkled as the Bur i hs Visible Record system went into action at the world premiere ol lie machine at the First National Bank of Miami. The "brain" itself v\a the middle machine, cables under the floor connecting it with the Other units. The wiring on the "brain" was done by a computer tied into a machine. This was done in ten hours as compared to 300 manb< rs with 50 more man-hours used to check the first 300. The penthouse in the bank building was just as exciting in its own v. j as the machine The carpeting is white, and the furniture Is in den) and very gay. The terrace stretches across the whole length ot the building, and is done in yellow and white. The view is breathtaking. No lights blinked, but the sun shone, the blue water waved, the cars passed in unending succession, and a helicopter hovered lazily in the distance. The dining room was in shades of blue with fresh flowers on each table. Even though the computer was the topic of conversation, it was impossible to ignore the fact that the food was superb. ONE MONTH OLD -Karen Stone is now one month old. She belongsto Harold and Rita Stone. At least they are her father and mother, but her two brothers are so delighted that they are taking all the bewte. • •* ONE THOUSAND STRONG IN OCALA Some went by car, some flew, some went by train bui. they went— to '.ainesville to see the Miami-Florida game. Stanley Tate and his Jon Bart and Jackie Cohen, and Donald and Carolyn Barmack drove, an< met in Ocala. along with hundreds of others who had the same brilliant idea. After the game, they went to Stanley's fraternity house, Tai Kpsilon Phi. where half of Miami met to isay hello. Naturally. Aaron and Marcie Kanner were there, as well as Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Denker, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Caller, and Mr. and Mrs. Julie Berman. • • • IT S OPEN NOW Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stone leisurely motored down from Canada. %  topping in Rochester. N.Y.. to visit Fritzie's brother, Albert Kalen. When they got here, their Swiss maid, who had flown down, had their bcu>e at 5900 Pine Tree dr. in apple pie order. Miss Feinstein, Melvin Robbins Vows Exchanged A family dinner at the Edgewater Beach hotel in Chicago followed the marriage of Barbara Feinstein ar.d Melvyn .Robbing in the Surburban Synagogue of Forest.Park on Sunday. Dec. 10. Daughter of Mrs. Rose W. Feinstein. 2444 Flamingo pi.. Miami, the new Mrs. Robbins v.as a guest at the Americana hotel a fewmonths ago as secretary of the North American Society of Orthopedic Surgeor.s at the annual convention held on Miami Beach. The bridegroom, son cf Mr. and Mrs David Robbins, of Forest Park. III., is an instructor at the State of Illinois Home for Retarded Children After a hineymoon on Miami Beach, the newlyweds will live at 4950 Marine dr.. Chicago. 111. MRS. HAROLD KASSEWITZ Scott, Friedmcii Betrothal Told Candi Scott, who is feature In the new Murray Frank:." si "Caught in the Act." will marry Miami attorney Larry Friedman, The couple's engagement is being announced here. The wedding date will be Dec. 24 They met while attending the University of Miami. Miss Scott was the featured calist with the Charlie Spivak Orchestra, before loining the ca-" at Murray Franklin's on Miami Beach as a featured player in the "Caught in the Act" revue Pythian Sisters To Hear Singer Mrs. Teresa Grossberg, noted soprano, will be guest entertainer at a meeting Wednesday, 9 p.m., at Roosevelt Temple, Pythian Sisters, 4601 W. Flagler st. Mrs. Grossberg is an understudy for the Miami Opera Guild. She recently completed a tour in the Catskill mountains and also appeared in "Eras of Women" presented by Props. The program will also include a comedy skit by Mrs. Edith Grossman, outgoing most excellent chief. Comedy Singers To Perform Here Surfside Music Societv will present the University of Miami Musical Comedy Singers under the direction of Ladislao Vaida in the second program of the 1961-62 concert season on Monday at the Surfside Town Hall. Singers include Frank White. Bill Eastham, Ann Congelo and Jean Vaida. Esther Barrett will accompany at the piano. Condensed version* of "Oklahoma," "My Fair Lady," and "Most Happy Fella" will be pre sented during the evening's performance scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m. Louis Hoberman. president, invites residents of Surfside. Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands to subscribe to the concert series. Kassewsts, AgM Exchange Vows Sheila A Mrs. Morns Ben Ag:d, F,.' H Hills, NY, was man ; :i (j Kassewitz, jr.. son ol Harold Kassewitz. of Miami Beaefa, on %  ,' at the Huntington ] ,. e Hunttngtor.. L NY. The bride's brother gave hern marriage. She wore a billerim. length gown if ivorj silk fashioned -• .. t. • chantilly lac ir.d a b it line. With it s .%  w ore i vei French %  a j I open-work crown of s • pearl! I and can iqu | is orchids !. ies. he-vail Miss Janice Agid, • of the bri : if 1 B1 %  iroth •; Lisa ^rlene \ i Miaia Beach v %  : Kr r.M Miss Patn Vi D.C The %  %  %  %  lurmai ne ." .' .-• Terry Kass ..-.:. '.was a I ; %  -.itt : %  ling '•'• %  :• %  Dai igid ter of the bi le Fred Kayi. .'....i. li Beach i of tie -room. James Boas, ol New York and Miami Beach. Les Si vertooe, Washing) n, D.C. and Richard Zimmerman, Forest Hilli 3ist man was Marvin Singer, >l liootrea Tii • .. both attend the University of Miami. Mr•• :an education major and will graduate in August. Her ban I is a senior at the Unrvera • of Miami, and will gradual February, when he will enter t:e university's law school The couple will reside Cables. : 3 I R T N 0 A 1 I : A son. Jay Howard, to join sister Sharon. 5. born Nov 14 m Mr and Mr*. Norman Durraastun, of Palm Beach. Mother of the : new-born boy is the former Gloria 'Waldman. daughter of Mr aoe) 3er; v stein and Mr. and Mrs. diaries i (Theresa) Goodman. < Cantor Lipson Due at Sisterhood Is there a relationship between Jewish prayer modes and folk music? Why is the "Sh'ma Yisroel" sung one way in one synagogue arA a different way in another? These are just a few of the questions Beth David Sisterhood members and guests will have answered for lhem when "The Whvs and Wherefores of Jewish Music > discussed by Beth David Cantor : William W Lip.-on on Wednesday at Spector Hall. 2625 SW 3rd ave, The program, a regular,'Ml* hood business meeting, will BegH I at 12:30 p.m.. and will be conductI ed by Mrs Max Jacobsopj presl Jent. From A Piddle Job to A Skyscraper NOAH-MASTER PAINTER Pk DAY-Ml 6 1250 or Evening-HI 3-7742 LICENSED A INSURED Entire Oad County FARBAND BRANCHES and POALE ZION Kupat Holim Celebration Saturday, December 16 Barcelona Hotel, 8:00 P.M. Sharp GUEST ARTISTS: Renowned Artist, Lvric Coloratura Soprano, CAROL DONN Jewish Stage Star, MICHAEL GIBSON Noted Pianist, ESTHER BARRETT also RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP Hcno/ed Guest of the Evening, LEO MINDLIN Editor, The Jewish Flortdian Refreshments will be served Contribution S1 50 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. 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Friday. December 15, 1961 I vJtmlsti HoridBaun <—'harming ly yours, t V i!k organza sheath with a lace bodice. Miss Esther Goodman wore a re! satin theatre • nsemble, a-.d her sister. Miss I Lilian Goodman selected a beige brocade ensemble. At the -line table was Mrs. Anna Bren111 (Ben) Meyers in black chantilly lace and chiffon. Her sheath as softened with a hem-length ( illon pannier. Beige lace over silk was the choice of Mr-. Eugene Labovitz. while Monya Lesnen chose black i hitfon. Mrs. Fannie Sklar wore the popular stik pesante in a black full skirt and her bodice was of black chantilly lace. Mrs. Ralph Spear was in a black sheath, and Mrs. Paul Gordon appeared in a print. Among others who chose black for the evening were Mrs. Louis Rudnick and Mrs. Irving Firtel. Mrs. Abraham Grunhut's red Chinese silk brocade was topped with a waist-length jacket of Mack peau de soie. Her jacket featured a self fabric rose at the neckline/ Mrs. Jordan Berkman. who's husband could pass as President Kennedy's double, atlendi'd the dinner in a red brocade dinner dress and jacket. • A N unusual gold llame sheath was worn by Mrs. Morton Malavsky,. featuring a muted iri descence over a foliage print. Her sheath featured a scooped neckline and three-quarter-length PP sleeves. Black chantilly lace was the chcice of Mrs. Sol Goldman, while Mrs. Louis Merwitzer selected the lighter color combination of pink and white. Wife of '.h? Fonfainebleau's owner. Mrs. Ben Novatk, wore an ensembie she had purchased in Israel, featuring a black sheer wool sheath with a bodice that achieved its blouson effect through the t.e belt. Her neckline was a straight slash and hand-embroidered with gold and silver threa: The embroidery was the typical intricate work of the Yemen-tes. Her matching stole also ha i the hand detailing at each end. and was finished with >i!k fringe trim. Ir. brief, women spotted included Mrs Johan L. Berman in a gold brocade ensemble. Mrs. Julius Rosenstein in royal blue, and Mrs. Henry Penchan^y in peacock blue Black peau de soie theatre ensemnle was selected-by Mrs. Nat Hochman, and navy and white was the choice of Mrs. Herbert Shapiro. Her silk was in white polka dots, and featured a modified pepium from the waist to the hips a scooped neckline and bracelet-length sleeves. v |u|RS. Mayer Abramowitz wore mwm a striking gold leaf brocade with the carefully controlled fullness of a bell-shaped skirt. Turquoise chifton was the choice of Mrs. Joseph Brenner. A black chiffon skirt topped with a white sequined bodice was worn by Mrs. Zev Kogan. The classic black silk brocade dinner dress and jacket was the choice of Mrs. Irving Lehrman. with her jacket featuring the deep shawl neckline. Mrs. Hyman Lefkoff chose a yellow moygashel linen sheath embroidered with white cavier beading. Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum is indeed fortunate that her mother-in-law is so talented, for it was she who made the red and white silk ribbon knit that Mrs. Buchsbaum wore. The dress was a sheath with a latticed neckline, a Peter Pan collar, and the classic bracelet-length sleeves. Page 9-B Bon voyage dinner for Mrs. Bertha Solomon righ by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers at her MiCRT.: 2B: zh home to the departure of Mrs. Solomon last weei aboci SS Jerusaler-.. 3oth Mrs. Meyers and M known women lawyers, and founded Eeb v.University oi Jerusalem organizations in South Fiorid--. and the :'. ol South Africa, respectively. Mrs. Meyers has • Jturned with her husband Benjamin, from a round-the-world tour which included Israel and the Hebrew University. First Isreali Night Club Here Shoshana Dantari, Israeli singOthers tea are ing star will headI the revue. -The > he [sr „ f | !" n Land of Milx and Honev. which will inaugurate te first Israe'i m 0Sl exp ? s -' „;„v„ -i,,k .s...i v., nn u ;. .i-„ all native Isra r — Riegers to Mark 51st Anniversary A fund at '.'•' ai %  < %  25 Wash eel orate 51s ed ling /ersary i T les lay of Mr a Mrs. J >s< p i Rieger i I 250 M I a: ave., Miami Beach. Her he occasion will be th3 •'• ; sbratihg couple's I chi Mr and Mrs. Julius (Anna) Barit :t and Mr and Mrs. Percy Sar.ih; Rieger, bath of Brooklyn, \ Y The 51 wedd.ng anniversary i mark the 2oth wedi %  'a: • .-. : of the Percy R:eg< And, for a :':ird occasion to the celebration a triple i venl the second wedding anrtiversary of the senior Riegers' granddaughter, hr, is the daughof 'he Per.. F. ,ers. Mr. and Mrs Martin Etol rta) Plachter, .. be observed r and Mrs. Joseph Rieger came here six years ago from %  > % %  York. The couple are reMr. Rieger is secretary of %  i olcen Ring Club 1. and chairman of its entertainment committee, which will sponsor the Tuesday celebration. In addition, he is active ia the Odd Fellows. Mrs Rieger belongs to the Worn, n's Branch of Workmen's Circle ''.02 and the Rebekahs. They are members of Temple Beth Sholom. night club on Miami Beach in the Exodus room o: the Monte Carlo Miss Israel, the lovely G.la hotel. Premiere will be Thursday. Golan, who placed second the Dec. 21. at 9:30 p.m. ... „, ,. Miss W >rld contest held in Eng• ia.-i entlj will be an exti added attraction to the colorful revue The "Foreign Act" in the proI gram will be a bright, young America-, comedian. Will Cooper. I who will also serve as master o r ceremonies. The revue is proI duced and directed by Jacob BaalTeshuva and Bernard Cohen : DIRECTOR WANTED for High Qualify, established lead -rig Jewish Day Camp in Dade I County. Reply by stating qualif'tcaI tions and experience to President, !Cong. 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Pcge 10-B *JeHist n>cridfif3ir Friday, December 15, 133 %  The Courier Sam C. Levenson, of Temple Israel and Rabbi LCT Krc-Tsh, if Ti tple Both Sholom. have been named to the le Dined Campaign for American Reform Judaism. %  a goal 0 S4.122.769 for support of the Union of American Hebrew Congrega tioui and the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institm Mrs. Louis Glasser ami Mrs. Charles Chercrv/sky, ol V have been named to the national board ol the Won the \, erican Friends of the Hebrew L'nivers;t> Jers sponsors 01 Sl.000.000 drive for the Jewish Nation; rary located on the new Hi', campus in Givat 1 ; ue for Children sponsored .1 day at '.' %  manship of Mrs. Joe Gasson and '. Mrs. Robert Keacll Richard Card : nal Cushing, Archbi University at a Boston dinner as "something mor< than a I rum of lei • ing under Jewish auspices ... a phn in I gr< 1 I in the history of Israel stand.ready and available f inspiration of the total community". This area's effort in behalf of the Chair in American Je\ History being established in honor of Dr. Irving Lehrman will gel a boost at Thursday's cocktail party at the home of Daniel Dobbin, 6520 Allison id., at 5 p.m. Co-chairmen include former Councilman Samuel J. Halperin, Joseph Cohen and Emil Morton, with Dr. Max Arxt, vice chancellor of the Seminary, as guest speaker Wednesday night we'll catch the preview performance of Shoshana Damari in the well-named Exodus room of the .Monte Carlo hotel, with paid-up members of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Alpha Omega dental fraternity, and the American Jewish Physicians I mittee invited Shoshana drew rave noticein the New York Tii es for her Town Hall appearance in Gotham last month Louis Krer.er.berger, drama critic, named chairman of the Brandeis L" CreII • ArtAwardCommission Agudath Israel 1 I \ :. : %  page booklet for married coupleinterested in learnii dox code of "Taharas Hamishpochah" (Jewish familj sanctity • • • attorney Joseph H. Kaplan participated in a legal institul on la -management relations in Tampa Chuck Posrer 0 ige out of release from active management of Algiers hotel to centrate on ••outside opportunities" '. He'll maintain an office al the hostelry ... It had to happen Florida Civil Liberties Union, as it I promised in a debate point made by Howard Dixon months BgO, 1fighting for Ellis Rubin's right to air his viewever radio hen American Council for Judaism has come up with a S5.000 gift to Arab refugees from its Philanthropic Fund, which comeup with this statement: "In helping Arab refugees the Philanthropic Fund takes no ) art in the political problems involved between Israel and the Aral) coi : tries, It is solely concerned with the tragic needs of the Arab refugee themselves" Barbara Schwartz informs us that Harold Abbott, C.I..L '.. has been named to the President's Club of National Life Insurance Company of V( :iiont Edwin Wolf 2nd, of Philadelphia, has been reelected president of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture Stanley C. Myers is on the national board Joe Meyerhoff, builder of Dadeland here and national chairman of the L'JA. heads the Encyclopedia Judaica Press, which is sponsoring a new. 10-volume work being promoted by Dr. Nahum Goldmann Aaron Courshon tells us Wally Wartger, one-time Latin Quarter producer, is new casting director for Thunderbird Film Studios Norman Klein will do interiors of a new 'Roaring Twenties" lounge near Lincoln Mall Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg has filed suit in Federal District Court here asking that Economy Container Manufacturing Company's owner. Henry Gibson, be enjoined from violating previsions of the Fair Laboi Standards Act Haifa Symphony Orchestra, long recognized more outside of Israel than within, made a successful debut as a professional group under the baton of Seviu Comissiona in the new City Theater in Haifa Frank Pelleg, Israeli pia.ist. was guest soloist. • • • J. A. Cantor and Herbert N. Schwarz are joined by Sam Luby, Robert Russell and Joseph Pelligrino in top management of newly merged Seaporcel. Inc. Alex Gordon, vice chairman of Metro, presented a 45-year certificate to E. B. Leatherman, clerk of the 11th judiciary court, last week, which brings to mind that 1962 will see a nationwide celebration of the 45tl< anniversary of the historic Balfour Declaration by the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, beginning with a national conference at the Americana hotel Feb. 15 to 19 The Earl of Balfour has been invited as guest ot honor by Daniel Ross, chairman of the board of the Friends First National Bank of Miami's presentation of its new Burroughs Visible Record Computer System wowed a press luncheon Enlarged "Israel Economic Bulletin." renamed "Israel Industry and Commerce." has an excellent December issue available at office of Israeli Consul for Economic Affairs. Zvi Eadan, 420 Lincoln Mall Super-Sol. the l-r. el supermarket chain stock which was offered for sale two years ;._< in exchange for Israel Bonds, has jumped in price from Sll to S13.50 a share Government of Israel Investment Authority has deCid< d to shutter its Philadelphia and Pittsburgh offices, leaving Miami in -elect class with New York. Los Angeles. Boston, Chicago, Cleveland and Dallas. • • • Tourism in Israel is up 35 percent this year, according to All fig! es of the Central Bureau of Statistics Leads to the observation that former Pennsylvania Gcv. George Leader used comparisons between Israel at the time of the Sinai campaign date 1956) and with great effectivene-a! the .INF dinner Sunda) night W< ume to stop using it'48 .1a bait for showing progress of the Jewish State, and cite the Sinai as the time Israel's industrial and igr tural development began maturing Congratulate for Leon Ell and Sol Goldman for a masterful .job in gettir | a ca] turnout for the 15th anniversary dinner and to Rabbis Mayer Abramowiti and Irving Lehrman for using their time wisely, without attempt['..: to overshadow Gov. Leader ... In fact, the dinner was successful evt with soup served at a fund-raising effort, a true novelty these days Akiva Goffer of Zim Lines and Larry Feir.-jold, of Getaway Tours art to be commended for their handling of the difficult tour to Nassau aboard the SS Jerusalem, during which dynamic Mrs. Bertha Solomon, founder of the South African Friends of the Hebrew University, was gue-t of honor Those invitations to the Ambassador's Ball which will climax Israel Bonds' best year yet here are the talk of the town.. Former President Harry S. Truman is guest of honor Crt a tribute dinner which marked the climax of the Israel Bend campaign in Kansas City. Abraham A. Ribicoff, Secretary of Health. Education and Welfare (right), was principal soeaker at the dinner at which a presentation was made to Truman in behalf of the Israel Bond Oraanization bv Col. Jcco K M. Arvey (left), of Chicago and Miami Beach. Truman was honored for "his historic support of the establishment of the State of Israel." Council of Churches Position On Anti Semitism Commended By Special Report NEW YORK — Th< A tfican -h Committee has i the World Council of Churches' ndemnation of inti S m itism as a sin against G man In a cablegram t> the Third Assembly of the World Council of Churches now meeting in New Delhi. India, the Committee stressed that the Council's unanimous adoption of the resolution condemning anti-Semitism -represents a significant advance in the deep?ning understanding and mutual regard between our great faiths." The World Council of Churches represents 178 Protestant and ( Orthodox member national church es embracing 300 million adherents. The Committee, a pioneer human relations organization in this country, also praised that part cf the resolution which it said reflected the Council's "recognition of the need to eradicate the historic accretions of prejudice in religious teachings." Studies of biased references to other faiths in religious texts are currently being carried out at major institutions of higher learning with the American Jewish Committee as a cooperative participant. An extensive study of Singeltons to See Film Temple Me nor ah Singeltons meeting will include the controversial movie. "Red China Outlaw." on Sunday at 8:15 p.m. A question and answer period will follow the showing of the film. Men and women of intermediate age are welcome to attend. S&folCtCofl FOUNTAIN DESK PIN SJT • For wri'ing comfort ind efficiency • Full choice of point atylea • Perfect for home or office ASK FOR ::c. 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 SUPPLY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel. JE 8-7205 Beach Orchestra To be Heard Symphony No 5 in C rr •• ,. Beethoven, will be the m %  > %  a or : im featurii 11 h Civic Orchestra H p.m., a: Miami Be u::i. Helen Ovenrien will 1 rtist, in a performanci ,i< Issi hn Violin C nc< 1 or. Program will also i %  %  ibaldi-Kin S n Mexico, Aai Miami Beach ', pi sldent of 1 be 1 mental I n .. reset red s 1 tickets -• dial le al im Sunday l 1 n gative and biased referer.< 9 in Prote-tant religious texts and hing material is 1 i> a! the Union Tl cal Seminar) in ler the directi in of Dr. Sern%  :•; E ilson. (//•I Fro'iessor to Speck Teen-agers of the isv i| [ %  < rah Congreg iti< %  Dr. J. Tedeschi, professor 0 gy at the University ol V as :i guest speaker at their • I regular meeting on Sundaj ; 1 p.m according to Howar president The USY held its annual Chanuka party recently and heard Max Kogen, assistant attorney, discuss "Juvenile Delinquency SHOE DESIGNER PAT~ERN CUTTER & UPPE* Ml II with same money, *ant? par) investor—to establ'fh shoe factory. Italy to M?. H., BOX 2973. Miami I F!j PRACTICAL NURSE EXHSifNCtO WiTH CHILDREN I DO BABYSITTING, REAS0NABL: HI 69022 after 6 P.M. 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! Friday, December 15, 1S61 Jei*f ftrrfeffort Fcce 11 B Israel Stamps On Exhibit Here An exhibit of Israeli postage stamps, on display at Chase Federal Savings and Loan Assn noo Lincoln Mall, moves this week to se Federal at 75th si. and Collins ;. %  N rimn Sstomorr, Miami Bi rney, has lent the large exhibit, which he said is a complete pre• ntalii n of all the stamps issued by Israel. i'!i: %  i xhibit is ol interest not 11 Ij to stamp collectors but to all peopli ested in the progress, (ultu i i his orj of Israel," Solon eclared 'I I "/ libit is free and "pen to m. to 4 p.m., Moi ys l i y. ite Trio will be crmo] tail star performers with raelCaval I Stars 1962 at Miami Beach • sponsorship of the '. Leading Enter taiiirneRl PersenaHties Due Here With Israel Cavalcade of Stars rtun tj to hear some 11 I greatest artists in tin • %  srael Cavalcade of Stars II take place in tin M i h Auditorium on Saturday i Dec. 23. tured will be such personal!as Vaffa Yarkoni, one of Ismost celebrated sin] stars, who recently appeared li. :ng guest artist In "The Ni Stars" at Madison Square Gari New York. Yarkoni, who is a sabra, bei r i a reer as a young dancer • pera Of Tel Aviv. At the .:..: n pi leading impri sarios. sas since tOUIH d Europe. I on televis Sv itzcrlan I, I ind S ndmavia tso t iled s Itzhal I 15-year-old of • • %  aranc< at the Mi He first Si ah he has w aim of such well-ki i -". rs as Yehudi Menuhin, Leonard Bernstein. Solomon, When Ed Sullifirst heard him in Israel three rs ago. he brought young Perlto ihe U.S. and presented him several occassions on his proIt was durum a rental in i York that the dean ol the \ iard School of Music heard I iriman and immediately arI ged a scholarship for him Dudaim. Ben and Adam, who an both sabras, will also be seer I I re. They are credited with do1 • 'ping a new style of sing in three months after their appearance in a theater club r \\ \\ .. j were the most terl tiers in Isi they went to Pa is ier • ... j w< re auditioned and by Milord L'Arsouille, one of Paris' finest night clubs. The> have since toured England. Scotland and Holla Aric Kaduri. second generation .. i one of Israel's best flute and chalil players, and will present several solos on the Pec. 23 proi li Yemenite Trio. Me.r. Sarah a I Arie. all sabras of Yem' will present* a com :h % %  gra] hy, sing have mr.de -: %  I t ;: ol man] id Asia and the U.S ,oi %  i %  \ %  i 1 Yottngerman \ on Exhibit Y rrn -. %  : i %  %  %  at Vli 3241 J %  I Si n ay at 1 p.i %  ; Galli ry hours are t to < %  %  i Mrs. V lungerman, w ho has rds for her art work, is also an active member el Bran li is Womei Committee and National Council of .Jewish Women, Sl-.e is secretary of the Blue Pome Artists S ciet> and class reprePupils of Drexel School on Miami Beach observing the : %  srael display at Chase Federal Savings and Loan A Fay Voqel receptionist at Chase Federal, explains the lo Patrice and Jamie Safian, Barbara and ]> .el. : i th( Yale Art Expccti d at the i | nil are \. ... lei %  tiger n. M J M Fi '' %  Dr anri Mrs a local realtor, she and her hu' ; iiiir3i Tennesse. Ailve %  .'liter. Mrs. Judith r and Mrs K leth Youngerman Gindy. long known oka Mrs Florence Pick, R r her modern interpretive and Mrs. .' ph Narot, and Mrs. dancil Marie Volpe, among others give the new TwtW45 : S %  '%  %  r Ihi imp sch ... i civic leader is hail •"' \--. Rudnick. pa Herman Weintraub, !t< kel % %  Paul Kwitnej i : tchairman; Sidnej Ra>; %  >• chairman; Nan Coator; and Gil Ra] pert, executive director, Southeastern i< gion ZOA. Rabbi to Give Review Congregation Beth El Sisterhood H li hold .'. regular meeting Tuesday .vein-at Dora August Memorial Ha I Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spinti al lei Ier of Beth El. will iss "Mila 18." bj Leon Uris "Convertible" Fountain Pen with 1 IK Gold Point A brand new kind "com ip to 1 words, or a clevi rccnvi jyou fill Choice of seven instant'; p its, all 14K gold, rangii t from extn mely fine Accountant to thi I g, VI S:„b. Slim-swept styling gives the Parker 45 that expensive look. Trim, tapered barrel available in blue, black, green, red, charcoal or deep blue. Silvery Lust:aky cap. Converter and cartridge FREE with eavh pen %  i place i would ordi&&*,StM-Gu*. i • : D Set Members of the Miami Beach Civitan Club join with Mayor Kenneth Oka (second from right) as he proclaims December to be Miami Beach Civitan Club Membership Month. They ere (left to right) Ralph Grossman, president-elect; Mac Marks director; Paul Grand, membership vice president; and Henry Caro. president. MMim OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT-*" K TJ2& S2m£m STEVENS OFFICE SUPPLY—1608 Washington Ave.-M. Beach-JE 8-7205 GABLES STATIONERS—123 Giralda Ave.-Coral Gables-HI 31633 P\RKER— Maker of the World's Most Wanted Pens



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Page 12-B vJenidh fkrMian Friday. December 15, ig 6 j ieroli Cranman Steven C M. luckerman Dennis Lehman As a gift to sub.^ribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas rtAitZveh. Requests shouid be addressed to "Corsage tor You,' P.O. Ecx 2973, Miami 1. F a.. cne month in advance. Ine ude the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace oi the. cerea-.cny. home address and telepnone number. The corsage v.ill be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Fioifcer Shops in time for the occasion. Jero'c Cranman Jerold 1'; I, son d Sir. and Mrs. : will be Bar Mitzi Saturde; Dec. 16. at Be.h Da\ Rabbi Norn an N. ro will A sevei I al Ponce de Leon Mitz vah .a men r oi the Stu lenl an football .. %  -...l-'. %  -. v honor. Dennis Lehman i I is •'•-•> n D. Lett (.• dr during ervices, Shol Dennis cf ( nfirmalion class Steven Cohen Beth David w ill be the site oi the Bar Mi ah oi Steven Jeffrey, son "i Mr, and Mrs Joseph Cohen, on Saturday. Dec. 16, with Rabbi Norman X. Shapiro officiating. The celebrant is ;;n eighth grade -indent at Shenadoah Junior High and plays clarinet in the school band. His parents will host the Kiddush in his honor at the conclusion of the ceremony. Daniel Abelow Daniel Harris, son of Mr. and Mi -. Ji <•] h Al • low, ;m I grai oi Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Mocd. will celebrate h %  Bi r Mitzvah at Temple Emanu E! Saturday mon Dec [6 Di • Lehrman will officiate. An i i •' id< %  i n the honor roll ;.t Nautilus Jui Dani< I pi; ys fi rumpel in the concei bi interested n l "!n' 1 emple sti i school. A rece] held %  %  a1 liis home S lurdaj evenii >v his ite on Sundaj. Eugene Siegel Celebration of the Bar Mitzvah oi Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Siegel. 4300 N Meridian ave will take plaee Saturday morning. Dec. 10, at Temple Be'.h Sholom. with Habi Leon Kronish officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is a student of the confirmation class 5723. • Michael Zuckerman Saturday morning services, Dec. 16. will include the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Zuckerman, of 7536 Mutiny ave. Treasure Isle, at Tifereth Israel Center Rabbi Nathan Zwitman will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah attends Nautilus Junior High, and his hobby is photography. A reception in his honor will be held on Sunday at the Seville hotel. David Liberman Bar Mitzvah Oi David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Liberman. and grandson of Mrs. Ethel Liberman. will be observed Saturday morning, Dec 16. at Temple Zion with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating An eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High, David writes lor the school newspaper, "'The West Miami Star." He plans to continue his iHudiei in the Temple's confirmation class. The Kiddush will be tendered by his parent.in his honor. t Marsha Friedberg Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Marsh*, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. l Murray Friedberg, on Friday even! ing, Dec. 15. at Beth David. Marsha is an eighth grade stu' dent at South Miami Junior High Left to right are Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi vania, Ben Novak, and Cantor Sholom Kctz Mayer Abramowitz. Leon J. Ell, president of at the JNF annual banquet he:e Sunday evethe Jewish National Fund Council of Greater ning. lvnami, Gov. George M. Leader oi PennsylJewish National Fund dinner committee celebrates the successful 15th annual "Jubilee Banquet" of the JNF Council here Sunday niaht at the Fontaineblecu hotel. Tow row (left to light) are J. Z. Stadlan, I. J. Rifkin, Mrs. Pauline Levick, Max Hecht, Mrs. Miriam Press, Dr. Zev Kcaan, Mr-:. William Beckwith, Harry Feldman. and Mrs. Fannie Slclar. Middle row aie Mayshie Friedberg, Jchan Sermon, Alex Kiischenfang, Sam Schcchno Fannie Liebman, Leon Ell, Mrs. Clara Mason, end Mrs. Eva Bloom. Bottom :c\v ere E:ra Feingold, Isidore Dickman, Mr, c. Juiius Rosenstein, and Abrahcm Frcidlin. ;.:.-s. r Marsha Friedberg David liberman hporis to JNF OR Devebsmsnts in isrss! A first-hand description ol what I "Israel's monumental pn -iii -sinci the Sinai campaign'' was given to more than ."i00 persons who attended the 15th annual Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami dinner Sunday night at the Fontainebleau hotel. Daniel Abelow Eugene Siegel Late Services For Minyonaires The Minyonaires will hold regular late Friday evening services beginning this week at 814 p.m. 'the Minyonaires' >ynagogue is at 3737 Bird rd. [sidor Kesseler, chairman of the ritual committee, said that Rabbi Jo?eph S. Zuckerman. noted teacher and author, will deliver the sermon at the inaugural late services : Frida) evening. K! -I' r said that late aervici will continue weekly thereafter, v. ,th many prominent personalities scheduled to appear in the pulpit as guesl speakers An Oneg Shahwill lollow each service. Beth Torah Dedication Dedication of the Belh Torah. Congregation Section will be held at Lakeside Memorial Gardens on Sunday at 2 p.m. Rabbi Max Lipschitz and Cantor Ben-Zion Knscher.baum will officiate. In charge of information are Neil Steir. chairman of the memorial committee, and Joel Gottherer, secretary. Portrait of Dr. Samuel Bolkin, president of Yeshiva University, in full ccademic regalia was presented to the university en the occasion of Dr. Belkin's SCth birthday this week in New York. The function, which c'.so honored the university's 75th anniversary, saw the announcement of a SI million cnonymous gift to Yeshivc. and plays clarinet in the school hand. She is an expert swimmer. Her parents will honor her at the Oneg Shabbat following services. The speaker was former Go^ George Leader, ol Pennsylvania The former chief executive of the nation's third largest state credit ed the JNF with playing a major role in the dramatic growth story of the young Middle Last nation. "When 1 was in Israel at the time oi the Sinai campaign, you could go through the entire Fertilizers and Chemicals plant in a matter of minutes on foot. Now, it iakes longer to drive through the modern factories, which have expanded their list ol products, as well as total production, tenfold in five short years, Leader said. He marveled at the rapid growth of trees which he had personallyplanted in Israel. Gov. Leader is co-chairman with former Mary land Gov. Theodore Roosevelt McKeldin of the American Freedom Forest, a JNF project. Leon J. Ell. president of the Greater Miami JNF Council, presided. Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz. ,>ast president of the unit, and Irving Lehrman. head of the JNF Foundation, gave progress reports Gift to Cedars KespHcl Golden Glad< 11 the Eastern Sti oi $250 :o the r.( non Hospital at a 11 k Sanford K ecutive direi tor ed the funds in beh. pital. New Company Formed Partnership of Necman • Budd, Inc has been divide* • 'th Budd forming his own con pany, .• %  G Budd Associates, Th. company includes the Antique Glass Division at 3725 NE 1st ct Miami, and uV retail shop at 940 Lincoln Mall, Mi' ami Beach. The Antique Glass Division is known for di-to::, made antique glass paneling and ; u !" ture lor hotel and motel mieriors ;.nd decorators furniture THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT New Officers Are Elected I At the December meeting of the Greater Miami Lay Diabetes Society, the following officers were j elected: Chairman. Miss Delia Ink; executive vice chairman, George 'Priest; vice chairman. Eugene Lyons; corresponding secretary. John Miner; recording secretary, Mrs. David Strawn; treasurer. Joseph Giammatteo; and chairman I cx-offk-io, Mrs. M. Tony Sherman. Due to the holiday, the January I meeting will be held on Monday, I Jan. 8. 731 Woshinqton Av !f 8-5401 OPEN fOR IKt SIAS0N To Ac"nw" 0Mnnv Pi"'". PETERSON'S STEAK PLA 7140 SW 8th ST. CA 1-4563 FU MANCHU Florida's First and Finesl Chinese Restaurant NOW OPEN 12 NOON Luncheon • Dirner • Supp*' SHAMING HOT DtUVEBV SVKf 325-71st Street, M. B. Phone UN 6-4303



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Friday. December 15. 1961 Miamian Wins Top Designation + lewis* nnridffan I D Airman TrlJrd Class David P. la -h. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan h, of 2731 SW 28th ct., has been named distinguished graduate of the United States Air Force administrative specialists course at •Viiarillo AFB. Tex Dash attained aa 89 average to v. in the honor. He is being assigned In c'hateaunjux Air. iatiua, fjytnee. for duty. The airman la a graduate of Miami Senior High School. Page 13-B Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl HWI—TOuiiimmnnminii u MH1IUIIWMI>tln,llHHHIttilrui'iM. i.ljr. | J Southwest Center Meeting Southwest Jewish Center will I Id its monthly membership i eeting Thursday evening. Dec. gt. Program will include a Ice i and film presented by the i rl Assn. Claries Jacobs is nan. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner ranada: t^U lull MFBIDMN VE. W ^^^ MIAMI BUI 11 YEARLY PUN AVAILABLE OPES ALL YEAR >'2£k' per MUk. per person •" ? i room; to J.in. '5 •10 >f ".0 rooms manofs 2 Kojn?' Meals Dairy SALT & i'.OAR FREE DIETS CATERED TO M AMI BS4CH JE 1-0498 POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT AND GARDENS &f &f AMERICA'S NEWEST, L) MOST FABULOUS DINING SNOW PLACE Ph. Miami. FR 1-M7* Hollywood %  t. LiuOPrdlr *A 1-2421 Opt! Ml _uch Daily ON BISCAYNE BLVD—0 S 1 IN HAUANOAl€ JUST SOUTrT 7 OF HOUYWOOD — MILS NOTM OF GUlFStIAM PAKK Credit Cards Honored "TIDESHOT. Th Prida of the STRICTLY KOSHIR ORTHODOX HOTELS ANNOUNCES The Re-Ooeninj of Hi DINING ROOM Opening Special 8 Course KOSHER Dinner $2.95 Pre* Sacramental Wine Served on Friday Night Re: Ph. JE 1-6701 HI WMARK l K(SS(lMN hlpn.fh^r,^ 0 'X** 1 The Club 0i opening^Uhe FcnLjyne bleau has set he pace "Tor a colorful dress-up season." With formTTtv UK keynote, the prem.ere was one of the more fashionable events of the month. Its revived a good old Miami Beach custom to dress up. the men in tux and the women in full forma! regalia. It's a good sign, a "littering and gey note, and one that 'or ten Oth ir "first-night' party hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lebowitz, Mr. and Mrs. C'v Goeld, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gaines, Mr. ana Mrs. Paul Pollak, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Segal, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Schwartz. Mr and Mrs. Ivan Kay. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mathes. The Club Gigi is a magnificent new addition to Miami Beach's after dark scene. WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: They've come a long way. have Ste\e Lawrence and Eydie Gorme. Starting their careers not SO long ago. they were exuberant youngsters who had much to learn. Since becoming man and wife, and joining forces on stage also, they've come a long way and today are regarded cne of the best teams in their field of endeavor. Steve and Eydie are the holiday entertainment package at the Eden Roc. inaugurating the seasonal program of "big name entertainment'" in the Cafe Pompeii, where they open Dec. 22 and continue through the 31t. Following them will be the star-studded array of Dick Haymes and Fren Jeffries, Eartha Kilt. Alan King. Milton Berle and revue, George Burns. Nat King Cole. Dinah Shore and Connie Francis. What a lineup of talent Cue Magazine, New York's top weekly entertainment guide, went all out for "El Cid." the Charlton Heston-Sophia Loren mammoth movie opening Dec. 21 at the Roosevelt Theatre. Veteran movie critic Jesse Zunser raved about the Technicolor screen "giant.'" describing it as "gigantic and thrilling entertainment eve-popping epic in the extravagant historical tradition of 'Ten Commandments' and Ben HUT'." Ray Danton hits a new high in his acting career, essaying the title role in The George Raft Story," now at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. Plenty exciting and fast-moving. "This is Cinerama" is larger than life and paving the way for a fleck of new features in that captivating movie medium The Florida Theatre is now Miami's Cinerama headquarters "West s. Story." opened this week at the Sheridan, even better on screen t ; stage, spotlights a fresh tlock and zestful talent. Starring Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer, its pace sets a new high foi m usicals. It utilizes man} street scenes ol New York's West Side, and its dance numbers propelled. Even Manhattan's drab and dirty streets look go d in the rich screen color. BOTH SICES OF THE BAY: Long a : iy Frank! is Kay I ar I Sicilian decent, and her nol-s Tommy, wh spouts Yiddish, continue as ai ati lion, in addition i i thi and fun-pn voking revue. "Ca hi the A The Jeff C3rlion trio are now grabbing the spotlight at Peterson's Steak House. Carl ton, onetime vocalist w.?h Jimmy Dorsey, has headed his versatile threesome at the Rone,. Gaslight Inn a.id Rontainebleau ptevieusly. Fori I i Iy Herman pianist Fi %  • is del Carthe musical offerin I rtet. f the more talent stage here and elsewhere, is i Playboj Club, and ther be ar. increase in blushin B ini Tony Swi big %  %  redecor I I remodeling the former Ho Pi i ie Ribs on the 79th st caus aking it over into Toi y's rket. a plush spot with the Franklin Hughes d< trademark executive chef Fi Touzet, former l Quarter gen the kitchen, turning out thi -• • %  %  specialties, as we ll as the • % %  its in store for the wine-and-dine set. 0„jj • it the fas! ion show the Lambs club is springing Monda; [the cocktail hour. Jordan Marsh is sponsoring t ne m me which will make hubby's eyes pop. and make it easier tor.. course. The ne SunSpa, in the neighborhood of the Diplomat, kicks off t ne S eas : i -ul splash today. Extei • alterations have lvt ,. 1 the r Aristocrat motel everything in modern equipment to keep you b %  and slim. RESTAURANT ROW: David Rosner and family are back at the r delightful Sterling hotel to welcome you for the new season. Exemplars food, with dietary laws strictly observed, is a big magnet. Vegetarians swear by. not at. Star restaurant, marking its 19th year at the Washington ave. location. Dairy and fish platters are also on them The Crystal room at the Lombardy makes a smart setting for the many who enjoy superb Kosher dining. Nathan G!r>sbtirg's Strath Haven hotel dining room has reopened and features a full-course kosher dinner, tastefully prepared and served. One of the more popular hosts is Abe Oefter. whose Cromwell hotel expe icord-breaWng season. Many lo.-al folk join the outot-iown visitors at the grand Friday night dinners there. Newly renovated Mona Lisa room, at the Bdetl Rcc. is ready for its biggest winter seasons featuring its great I iicaciss. New Firm Formed Here A contracting firm providing a complete decorating service, including paint, wallpaper and floor tile installation, has been formed as a division of Paint Fair Stores. Inc.. statewide retail paint chain headed by Donald S. Zuckerman. ; of Miami. American Home Decorators will have its executive offices at 2903 Salazedo. Coral Cable.-,, and has ipened a Broward county sales ofice at 2361 Wilton dr.. Ft. Lauderdale. Zuckerman. president of Paint Fair Stores, also heads the A.H.D. contracting division. Ronald Levitt, local public relations consultant, is vice president. JACK SCHWARl and LEW AISENSTADJ'S NEW HOTEL JE 1-6617 George Washington 516 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 1.95 SUPPERS 5.00 Rooms—3 Meals A R-CONDITIONED DIINING ROOM DbL Occ. Per Person Per Day CATERING-S2.25 up-THE FINEST Ph. UN 6-6226 SAND-ELL • BAR MITZVAHS 7446 Collins Avenue Ph. UN 6-5278 Strictly KosSier CATERING WEDDINGS • PARTIES Miami Beach, Fla. "READY TOGO" COOKED fOODS STRICTLY KOSHER DINING In Our Beautiful Crystal Room Where Food Preparation is an Art And its Appreciation is a JJJ • J }^ Gracious Experience For Reservations, Call UN 6-7761 ON THE OCEAN AT 63rd STREET, MIAMI BEACH NOW OPEN *& 2)sCyineJal ml here Elegance in Dining is A Tradition RESERVATIONS 1045-95rh STREET UNion 5-8224 Bay Harbor Island KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 Collins Ave. Phone JE 2-1671 _ACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNISHES • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN COMPLIMENT ARY WIKi SERVED WITH DINNER Of. fRICAY HIOHT CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 + NOW OPK.Y + 19th CONSECUTIVE YEAR Under Same Management STAR Dairy, Veg, & Fish Restaurant Oldest ana Best Known Dairy Restaurant SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 'fc 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 if KMammmBmmmataBBmEaaMwwwwMv^mmmmmmmmmmRm + -in kill! H„T 2 OHtn tVtKYUAY 2 (7\L 170 N.UJ. 5*ST. T 7AM ioJOPM. 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Pace 14-3 •^J-e n i$lf~ Ft-crrM^r Friday, Decemb?: I : iqei Jewish Education snd Home Life Yield Start ling Opinions at Concle were two controversial is >ectcd by teen-agers atteri •) Jewish education a;iii He pers ;.can r< li %  annui ave of the Greater Mi;; Amount ami Jewish Community Center. In tlu' \n.rkshop on "What Values nid You Got trum X our Jew UrVas.i>aby "sitting,fas .: ....... *i... .-.tun.. nannw 1 • %  ties 4. Responsibilities al Dediccte year lives to something woithwhite" was the message brought to 390 delegates at the eighth annual teen-age conclave of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center by Dr. Kenneth R. Williams ishown at rostrum), president of the Dade Count) College, in his keynote address opening the annual event Sur.dav at ::-.e Du-jo::t P'.zzz hotel. Shown at the head table are (left to Mark Seltzer. Diane Tauber, Sunny Taylor, Geo:ge Lardner, of the Miami Herald, jiate director. Mrs. us A. Budd Cutler Center .:--, and David Eskenazi, cc:i-.avo coordinator. Education?' tinyiiimn people drew the following conclusions: • The most enduring and pleasant memories came from Sunday School, because of the emphasis on Jewish history, holidays, song*. etc.. all of which they could u:: ler stand • They remembered \ rj from their Hebrew school educa tion. • Generally, the nor young pie < ante from their total life ex feel th.:: these were -, iat, | Jewish <.lucation ers an sisters, i leaning :. r.!i and chores aroum 5 Strangely, the use i and the family car is major i.-sue. 6 What is fair puni-t %  •; en punish becai own problems and some' rs I ve to undersl .\• Parents can'l se th sts with icens unit y %  • • I e the fina I better g rulings; -> m .!e'A.<:: education sti rts ai too .. .. | ers t a nding an early a:' Panels on Censorship and Morality Two explosive pane! discussions dealing with censorship, morality and politics brought out a large attendance at their respective work-hops at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center teen-age conclave Sunday IMaza hotel. a: the Dupont • When schools, censor books, they stimulate interest in readuu ;, ear after year, so I hal children rt Euse to continue. • There H too much concentra.ion on the Hebrew language; too much homework, which is added to a homework schedule from public school • Jewish education could be im• From family life, lo '(•ar:i ri.^ht from wroi i -i n that they must sibility tor their own act Seaboard Views Heavy Rail Travel Ahead Seaboard Railroad's ticketing and reservations are reporting an unusually dirty books," but those that are alquirement. ready in the public library and of While everyone knows that teens high literary qualitv; our times "'id parents always have proDienis Vl) i„ me 0 | advance reservation r; have changed and people must be together, the workshop on "How q Ue8ts from those with Florida winpreopared to keep up with t h e Does the Teen-ager Get Along at tM vaca t lon s on their minds Bsithat make life difficult for Home?'" brought out some un-! roms and other ae |uxe Pullman a groups changes; there are small pressure school officials, but they should not be permitted to force these decisions. • It would be ridiculous to eliminate books about the United Nations in the schools. Only shortsighted people would try to prevent students from learning; "how can we ever decide about anything if v.e don't know the facts?" • student s definitely want courses about comparative government, showing the differences lie tween democracy and communism; however, they feel that a C entitled "anti-communism" in il some usual ideas: eommodations. as well as res • Teen-age conflict with parents coach seats on seaboard's Silver i> a regular daily occurrence. Meteor and Silver Star streamlir. • The issues around which most Mg are bemg -spoken for conflicts occur are: now f or dates well into the 1. The rights of pnvaey. such as montns parents opening up childrens letters and reading their diaries; per-' Commenting on this early en's seem to enjoy finding out about the intimate details of the Arts League Will Install Officers Metro Commissioner Charles Chuckl Hall will serve as master education inn brain-washing; they • rues at the anm i, el thai if they had enough in iner and concerl -true ion in whal democr c; leach Music \meant, they could be trusl I le oi Saturda i the right decisions Pli za h YV: ,1 I all the excitement here about "objectionable" movies a Florid books, the yoi -vere givelude Rose Byrum. sopi en a chance to sound ofi on the su •• derrige, i jeel "Should Tet ... Gale, ten r; i nd rick t> See All Movies Read All thews, barit m Kaj Sestook w.ll Books?" • For purposes of disc ission, the workshoppers defined teen-agers as between 15 and 19 years oi agi • The problem of whether Should be allowed to read al be accompanist. Officers 11 be install* I are Harry L. Webb. pre-: 1 ..':*. Gustave Freeman, executive v ice president; Dorris Drexel, Dr J. R Schwartz. Louis Siegel, vice presiFirst in a series of youth affairs for teen-agers at Temple Beth Shirah was held at Suniland Hall on Chanuka, with some 40 youth participating. Committee on planning included Stuart Sutta. Ellen Siegel, Susan Sigel, Joan Berkow. Chaperones were Mesdames Jack Millman, Nat Meltzer, and Dave Markenson. members of the Sisterhood youth committee. Rabbi Morris Skop spoke on "The Meaning of Reconstructionism," and Cantor Herman Gottlieb led the group in Chanuka songs. books and see all movies depends dents; Boris M Graber, treasurer; upon the individual maturity ot Lillian Baker, Alice Kwartin, K\uh j ar ij, appjeoiated by pan ning to escape winter by \ a itig in sunny Florida. W. J. general passenger agent of Sei board in Miami, says. "Evi. he memories of las' winter's I blizzards are still fresh oi vacationers who want 10 make sure they 'II • •.winter or; the lat .o Rail %  : near it her pi %  can be However, freedom From rer worry i* on!y on re patrons give for using o,.I if streamliners to a"d fror" : %  da. On board one cf thes "'; ern trains, the pleasa-* • ? %  %  I is part of the vacat There s plenty of roor•: •>around in, with rese".?: Pi man and ecach facil H WH eiout tavern observa' on i" Lounge ears and attractive. ers creating a relaxing resort" cob atmosphere. •There's a regisl ard, whose presence the teen-ager. It is impossible ing with small children to lreeman, secretaries, control Directors include Betty Adler. elderly patrons, as wells which teen-agers see this material Esther Barrett, Dr Louis Bunim. senger service agent to because it cannot be effectively Charles Davis. William Greene. OUT ^ uesti transport.,:: policed; therefore, it almost has Charles Hall. Louis Hoberman, to be left to the wisdom of the Bertha King, Dr. Bernard Kwartin. teen-ager. Kenneth Oka. Marian Spear. Bertha Webb, and Aida Yuslo. •Another Seaboard ft the Florida silver fleet ;pitality Hour during the afternoon, when all passengers are invrl the dining car for >. Florida orange juice a: Regular dining service excellent food with sui moderate prices An 0U8 luggage allowance pel travelers to take wil extra dress or suit w i: ; the cost." For passengers travi this winter, Seaboard All live of the Dania Palace's :nat effective Dec. 16. the Sil^defending champions return to s lar augmenting year 'roun.i play, including Marcel, whose v ice to Miami, will carry tnrougn summer exploits show that he has Pullman and coach equipment lost none of the form which led^ampa, St. Petersburg. 5ai him to the International World j and other west coast point.-J ^ ew Series and Most Games Won i York. (championships at the Dania Palace .„ tn ff(lf the last season. The result will be to offer | public twice-daily service, on Marcel won the Spanish champ-: Silver Meteor and the Silver :>^j Jai-Alai Palace Opens Season Dania Jai-Alai opened the li)6l<)•.. South Florida season Wednesday night with a 36man roster beginning 102 nights of the world's fastest, most dangerous sport. Winners in the annual Chanuka Home Decand Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Simon. Also winoration contest at Temple Judea are (left to ners, but not shown, are Mr. and Mrs. Sidright) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freefield, Mr. and ney Deutsch. Mrs. Sam Tuch, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milton, ionship at Durango, edging Dania player Alex, and was awarded a special trophy as the most consistent player in Spain during the summer months. between east a n d west Florida points to Washington. Philadelphia. New York and other northern en ies. Extra sections will be OF rated during the holiday season.



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Friday, December 15. 1961 vJenist FkridKaun Fcge 15-B "**BS6 AJComm. Director Urges Establishment Of Cuban Community Relations Service Surfaida Councilman Louis Hcbeiman points to one of the s.cndards erected along Surfside bivd. last week naming the street "Jack Kennedy Blvd." in honor of President Kennedy. who landed at the adjoining Indian Creek Country Club by helicopter. Holding the banner is Ecrbara Hobermcn, daughter of Councilman and Mrs. Louis Hobermcn. Others in the ••e. coming party were fellow Ccur.cilmen Eugene Schwarz %¡ nd Lee Howard, who presentee President Kennedy with a proclamation naming Thursday cs "cck Kennedy Day and renaming the boulevard. %  By Special Report WASHINGTON Establishment of p. ..:> K< lations Service tor Cuban Refugees was proposed here : %  r ; •..our S.imet. Si ti,, ;,.-: area tor of the American Ji *"isl i i mmittee. Samet appeared as ess before the Sei ate Judi< an Sub-Committee on Refugees and Escapees. Charging that the Cuban refugees hav< already become "a convenient scapegoat for Miami's ills." he urged creation of a Community Relations Division in the Cuban Rtfugee Center in Miami. Indicating that although the food, shelter, clothing and educational needs of the refugees were being adequately dealt with, he pointed to the growing resentment of American citizens in Miami who are in similar need but who are refused assistice. Referring to the "apparent lack of government plan" to relieve the refugee sitaation. Samet asserted tht fear thai local residents might be prompted to "organize in ; • %  seek their own remedii Their im] atience, resentment and fear will probably soon be cxpressed as rae:al and ethnic antagonism." "Tensions .n Dade county are concentrated in five major areas." San.;; ceclared. "housing, education, crime, economic opportunity and cultural differences." Denying | the charge of previous witnesses that the crime rate was increasing because of the Cuban refugees, he gave law enforcement figures indicating that the opposite was : true. H quoted Dade County Sheriff Tom Kelly and Miami Police Chief Headlej who have both ca;< icallj denied any marked increase in crime. He warned, however, that increasing intergroup tensions could change this. SiYMOUR SAMET Referring to the several previous recommendations to relocate the Cuban refugees, Samet seated that this might relieve but rkot resolve the problem. Calling fcr a Federally financed Commi nitj Relations Service located in the Miami Cuban Refuge< Center, he identified several functions it could fulfill: • Become the clearing house for information for both public and voluntary organizations concern', .. with tht .-< issues. • Convi conferences to share special information and experiences. • Engagt %  '. !ac: finding and research and to publish the findings • Train teachers, police, youth workers and volunteers in intergroup relations techniques. • Coordinate a pilot project or. the control of juvenile delinquency. • Cooperate with law enforcing Mrs Hilda I ried... %  • %  ihrei ices wen Dec 9 In River• ;•• %  ,. _..:..'.,.<: Servli i "bapi I. Alton rii w. %  \ %  %  < %  I • %  'crshc Stem and Annarr.erie Zwitman appear in "Out of his World," recent production at Tifereth Isrcei Northside Cer.ter. Looking on ere Rcbbi Nathan Zwitman, spiritual lei cf the congregation, and ?•':; Zwitman. NATHAN JOFFEV 7". :' 172' 1 ln Tree dr., died No\ 29. Hi %  ami here n yean ago from Atli City, N.J., and was an Hi!! % %  was a member of ih. •.'. .%  • • i pri aid* nt of the r ntants Assn., and be |i :.'_• ihi Hotel '" %  !• %  • iiis ,\ --n tel Vc ountants \--n %  n i Ida E ; thn • %  \ In i R T. nenbaum, Savltt, and Mr.Mi %  %  %  -. • • T d two gri .a grand:-.-•.:.. en Dei 3 In • Memoi ...: Chapi I, Alti n rd. MRS RCSt KASSIN • %  • I I %  • Shi ...-; %  %  %  11 i" years .i eo n \ ,i Surviving a • %  .-..'.. : ... %  r.s. two %  •• idlni M %  i 'orothy Koi nig sevei | %  ndchildn an ... %  ilrtn Sen %  u. %  i I. \ • : -. %  Mmorial JWV Post Sees Rockwell Film "... Posl 223. Jew -'•. \\ I tans, was to see ri i r ed interviews of Georg Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, at a meetThursday evening in West MiTown Hall. A panel, headed by Henry N< rcommander of the Florida Denent cf JWV. was to discuss methods of combatting Rockwell's aganda. ... %  • %  • '.V .... %  %  ItM i %  • %  % %  : •'. ACK M. KASELMAN • i :• • %  • art ag f P otel ownei Si • %  • • I'hlladel] hla with .... MRS TANIA SKLAR .. • • ed P Shi •. .... %  %  %  :-. \ • %  .. I ida. ... ; .S -..'... %  I • %  ?! > %  %  %  .. %  • ..•:..:.: la ... • Oin mine* DR. H. R. BERNS 86 v :-th st.. died Nov • ••in, h i-. OEEL %  • '. pars a • •-. %  Hi %  and %  ti --..:• Mi • I Doruth] %  %  '• i.. an: a slsti ; ..• %  %  : • %  %  .-• %  • .>,: • In "hli ago with loca .. -. %  (hi direction r-i %  .' %  MAX ROSENBERG ,,i 2479 bW :T:(. si i-1 NV\ 21 I ame hi n 18 years agi fron N< wN .i and i r.. d thi ^rn w 1 a • Hi aa Woi id War i vi ti an, a meml at of thi '•- i •. Wai v. :• rans, Posl 174, and thr Ami Legion, Post 85. Surviving M fi Sophia, and live sisters. Including Mr Charlee Berlin, Sen • s were \, 28 In I lordon Funeral Ml MORRIS SKOR 61 Tamiaml bivd., died Nov 28 ame hi rsix years ago from ago, and was %  pharmai 1st, and ember of the National \--n tati I'o i an hi i. b> notlfii d an I r-qtiind %  • present any claims ami demand whii li mi ma> ha\ i HEX -I 'in i s-ati ol i:i:i'.i-ii-i\ i. s \i.v. i:.v deceased lati % %  ( Kings County, Voik, to Ih. County Judges ol Us %  Poun'j. and file the same In ilupll i-ati and aprovided In Section : Florida Statutes, in their offices In the i 'ountj i 'ourthousi In i • • Is County, Flotida, within six call months from the time of the first publii at ion hi i • of, or the nann be burn Dated nt Miami. Florida, ihiilaj ol l ibi r, A 1 1 i!o;i .UI'lTIl P i ;i: ill INK itrlx %  %  Testamt*nto Annexo llliMV XI %  l.'l'i IN Atti rni % %  mlnisl i.• t T i\ %  ; • Miami. !•" a. 12/15-23 IN TMC COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT l\ AND FOR DADE COUNTV FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 53419-A IN RE Esti li ..f M \KV fiOODM \N ; .... %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS v an : • eby nol Ifled and isent any claIms snd '! %  •you maj have m thi • stati • M \i:v ui H >M \\ deceasi • ol l ladi i 'ountj. J'l Tunty Judges' of Dade an fill the same In d nd nro\ Idi d In Section i • da stat iti-s, in their offices' In tin i' nt> Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within si\ calendar Ihs Irom the llmi of the fir-t hi n "f. or the same p ill In la • %  Dated at Miami, Florida, this 12th Decet • r. li'iii P.EN ESSEN, Ksy. Attorni v fur Bxecuti i 1014 >. > %  i.l Dldg. Mi n \-l 15-22-29. l r, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 49630-B IN RE i --..•• of / VISETH fSOLDSTEIN, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION A\D FINAL DISCHARGE Nl 'T!i 'ii .In r. b> un en thai I have filei Iinal Report and l 'i i lion i : D!stt Ibul Ion and Final DIs. |. • u. ii\i cutor nt the • state of y. \PETH Ol il.HSTKlN. deceasi ri and that in thi 15th day of .lain: I lj to the Honoi dges of Dade.County, Flor...i of Raid Final Report and i % %  thi Istributlon .md final di~ of the • sta I %  the al • %  • : .:-... i %  111 This lUh ... PI 1961. i.V MAHLER ARNi I ME Attorni > I2 Lit 12 l5-22-2, i i CE TS DEC. 1 v RS SARAH KASSER '. : 2nd st., died No> Shi imi • %  %  • New York '." at .. • %  • :••> i r i f thi ti Home for thi Vgi E vlvlng -. ...:•: M: Pearl li twi i • i and twi greatI :. Services wi re Nov. :'4 rection 61 i iordon Puni rai 1 SAM JAGER • .. •• '_ Hi %  • her I ago from Ni w ....... vi :i ii talli r Hi Is survived by u son. Oscar. Services 1 • 4 in Gordon Puneral Hum. S V ON :. • •'• AX MAN • led Dei I .. i I • i ye.i ago ft tj S J ..: was ast Marine 1 trj '.'%  .. • %  ownei ol ihi Mat •..:.. !!• was .. m mAmi rlcan Legion 1 t thi Miami I : .lying are his fi I ; twi • Rlckj an Mlch:... two sister* Services wen • %  Ith n %  L i Newman ruHi m*. MRS. BEATR CE SILVERSTEIN • 16] lUng av,' d id I '• I siif eami hr 13 years ago from New Yeik and was a hotel hi", si .. ei Surviving Is her mother, Mrs, B >.. %  :.-:! in. and a brother, III : M berv Icea wi re I >ec, 4 reel n of Rlvei sidi M< mw ape), Ni rmandy ii MRS. MINNIE G. STONE • %  BW BSth .-:.. iii. d i %  • .... ..... Surviving an two daughters : I : ai .' M Rant nd v. tre %  • MRS. CELIA KRAV.TZ of Si BW i. ii avi died 1 1 Shi came here five >• %  ..from New York. Efarvtving are her h isband. William Oirei sins, incliidlnChar ...v. two daughters, 10 grandchildren and oni great-granuServl • • wi n Dec v In River., Men ... hapel, I uglaa rd. ES-'HER R. GORDON • • BW 22nd ti • • %  •. j %  hestei NV and wai i ; i %  nd edars of 1 Hospital Auxiliary. Burvlvli n, Leonard J.; four sisters, inMRSIDA SPERO of Ifig High st. i 'inn., b. Mil for 20 yi ars, < %  i.-i. n Ml ford i n N< i %  Mm Bi i ri li her %  ish .nd. Henry three i i| hti n Mrl Paye Ci .• v • : Herman, of man Ni H %  • %  %  LOL E GFEENFIELD r.. died Pi .,'.••. ti years m and wi • T. t U New .. %  %  an ..-.%  • menu by Nev, Funeral ti. i IN -E C RCLIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLC [ CIN AND FOR DADE CC.NTV IN CHANCERY Nc f'C 13269 iNAL Ml IRT<5 v I s N I.l • .. [NN, as Ti ustei el al, NOTICE OF SUIT • • ii \v. n, aTi ustei In icy, • tc. 1021 Tow ••: >e K Strut. N.W gton D.C., ami Rlcfeard Mars Robedee, hi.. •• arrli d and If not marknown spousi.-. If II dead, ail parties by. through, under or against thi above named RlcJ^ard i, (..ii. and Mary Robedee, hla .. • and all pai t li a or perapns ng oi i launlng to ha> i gnj : It • or Interest in or, to real property herein describBgldenci unknown. Yi an hereby notified that .tinm i action has bi en in.*.. Insl y.'U in the I'ircuit ri ,: t of thi Judicial Circuit of florin and for Dade County to (ores morigagi upon the following desi: bed %  •..' prom rty: Lol i li k 25 FIRST ADDITP >N TI MYRTLE OROVE according to the Plat ll.iiei.f, recorded In Pl.it li.'i k ')7 at Page 2 of the I'ublic Ri nit of 1 'ad. County, Florida; with Hotpolnt Reftigentor EP-10 and Venetian Tou an required to file your answer : tiff's Complaint with. the Clerk '.' %  aforesaid Court, pnd ... thereof upon plaintiffs -liY H, ARRING-SpN, %  %  N • • Vvenue, Mlaihl than January 15, C ifesso will • • %  ...r.st you. 1961 %  %  VTHERMAN r thi I fi \1 :.V\i ', its Cli il< %  LINlSTON %  .•nue



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" %  Page 16-B • fcMf/cf WtNrlHKnp* Friday, December 15, \%\ UNDER THE STR ,CT AND CONSTANT SUPERV.S.ON THE ORTHODOX YAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FIORSDA RABB, M. -SAAC H.RSH EVER. D.RECTOR Quantity Rights Reservtd #E SELL U.S. CHOICE and U.S. PRIMS MEATS ONLY 1* TURK s COMING!" Once Again, the Festive and Joyous Holidays Are Upon Us! As Usual, We Have Selected for You, Our Customers, the Finest Carloads of U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED KOSHER MADE GRADE w 11 k Famous Brand Turkeys Produced QUEEN ESTHER or EMPIRE KOSHER Two Brands of the Finest Western Breed Kosher Turkeys Packed Exclusively for Food Fair Kosher Markets...Now ct the LOWEST PRICES EVER And GUARANTEED TO BE the FINEST! TURKEYS 16 to 22 Lbs. FOR THE HOLIDAYS WE ARE CARRYING A COMPLETE LINE OF KOSHER MADE TURKEYS, DUCKS. CORNISH HENS, ROASTERS, AND CAPONS & OTHER DELICACIES TO PLEASE YOUR PALATE. HOW 6 STORES TO SERVE YOU BETTER—THERE'S OHE NEAR YOU! MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR



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FEDERATION IS THE HEART OF THE COMMUNITY "Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday. December 15, 1961 Section C COMBINED APPEAL SPENDS YOUR DOLLARS TO BEST ADVANTAGE ~1 Inset into the Micmi skyline, symbolizing their leadership in the Combined Howard Kane, chairman Campaign Cabinet; Marshall S. Harris, vice chairJewish Appeal campaign, are top row (reading left to right) Cal Kovens, 1962 man. Trades and Professions Council; and Hy Rifas, chairman, Trades and campaign chairman; Samuel Friedland, Pacesetter chairman; A. J. Harris, Professions Council, president. Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Lower three (left to right) are GREATER MIAMI JEWRY FACES JV* J{oru* n IN '62 A.J. Molasky: Interest in Jewish Life Tins i.. the second in a tenet of picture-and'WO tits ^ members of the Greater Miami community whose philanthropic uctivitiei luxe been curried on virtually unheralded. The results 0/ their efforts however. have long bee'-, felt at all lerelj 0/ immunity life And because / their efforts, ti.e Jewish community in G sate* Miaw %  a-'J the world is a better place 11 which to lire. "Th great victories of life, are oftenest won in a quiet way, and not with alarms and trumpets." — Justice Benjamin Cardozo, 1915. A. .1. Molasky is a man whose name you may not have read too often, but members of the •Jewish community throughout the world — knowingly or unknowingly — have felt the results' of his work and philanthropy tor many years. Some men content themselves with an annual check to then favorite chari'v. Not A J Molasky. Ovsr the years, he has uiown an intense >....ri.in every phase of Jewish life, and has worked and contributed to better it. In his own quiet way. Molask; has translated this intense interest into solid support of both the principle of Federation and the agencies served by Federation. Long a sturdy Federation supporter in Miami and St. Louis, he is also a founder and trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital. The record of his service to Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal includes working as co-chairman of the CJA Leadership Din ner in i%o and chairmanship of the Miami Beach Resa Committee in IWJL Formerly pres.denl oj Feed Center. Inc., Molaskj has served a* president of B'rith S10lom in St. Louis, as a 51a Elk, on the board ol directors A. J. MOLASKY of the Meadowbrook Country Club in St. Louis, and as an officer of the Westview Country Club. He has three children. Stanley, Mrs. Maurice Frankel. and Peggy, wife of Dr. Leonard Schulman. Key leaders in the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign of Greater Miami are (left to right) Leon Kaplan, chairman. £* %  *" %  Division; Robert Macht, chairman. Mercantile Division; Daniel N. Heller, chairman, General Solicitations Division; and Mrs. Fay Abhn, chairman, Women's Initial Gifts Division. There are two ways of seeing New Horizons. You can take a world tour. You'll see mountains, deserts, forests, jungles — a New Horizon every' day. The ether way is to lift up your head and take a long, searching look at your own community. There's an abundance of New Horizons right here in Greater Miami — and they can be reached through the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. Remember the old horizons in philanthropy? Baskets of food for the needy during the holidays' Remember when older Jewish Federation in other parts of the country included women's sewing circles in their memberships? Those days are gone torever. Times are moving fast, and philanthropy must move with them. Some of the agencies of today will, as the women's sewing circle, also become the memories oi the future. On the other hand, new need-, and new services — the New Horizons— are coming to the fore. It is doubtful If any of these good ladies, dutifully stitching away in those old-time sewing circles, e^er foresaw the need tor agencies which would give renewed lite to our aged, help keep families together, aid Cuban Jews fleeing Communism, or fight a revival of bigotry led by swastika-rearing fellow America:!-. TRADITIONAL WAY OF UK they saw the needs of their tune — and the horizons of their day They sewed up old clothing so that the needy uould have something to wear — and they collected and contributed t-.od so that none would go hungry. Is as much being done today? Certainly, Federations over the country collect millions upon millions of dollars each year. The contributors somci.nus willingly, sometimes grudgingly, send in their annual checks. But the time has come to real.ze that not only is giving not enough — even givil not S ficient. The traditional v.ay 0.' Jewish life ;to take part in 1 immunity afairs, with at; the strength, resources, and intelligence al one's command, New Horizons in ne Recognizing that, then can be no doubt thai New Horizons in giving are necessary cha! %  %  %  keep up • 1 ingir.g times tc YOUNG LEADERSHIP TO THE FORE There are many ieOy exacul re pc itions ness. who are ready to take on imp.: mt assignmi nts service. These young, energetic I must be ham capable young people will soon take on important jobs in other r. munity projects, and F lose them by default Are Jewry's sons and daughters being trained in Jewish tion. or are the old passing away with the young still ignorant of vital Jewish precepts? The past tells us "Thou shalt teaeh them diligently unto thy children." If this is not heeded, the future will be dark. The Jew has traditionally looked for New Horizons — and finding them, he has conquered them. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Combined Jewish Appeal must do no less.



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Page 2-C *Jfcn/s#? Ftcridti&n Friday. December 15, iggj SUCCEEDS PAUL SEIDERMAN Burnett Roth to Take Helm of Florida ADL; Installation Set Sunday The annual business >sion of chairman of the board will be Burthe Florida \nti-De(am at ion tiett Roth, former Vice Mayor of League on Sunday at the Aimer.Miami Beach Succeeding Both a* hotel will feature the installation chairman ot the League execu01 new helmsmen for the Fionas five committee is Sam A. GoldADL. Succeeding Paul Seiderman as SAM COLDS: as stein, well-known civic leadeis In issuming this post. Goldstein ieave> vacant the position 01 treasurer, which will be filled by B'nai B'rith leader Jack Fink The ADL's three vice chairmen, Judge Milton A. Friedman, president of B'nai B'rith District 5. Judge Sam !. Silver, and Frank Kleinfeld will retain their posts Paul Seid-erman, board chairman for the past three years, the maximum continuous tenure permitted by the LeagueS bylaws, will assume the chairmanship of the board of trustees. The League's by-laws limit officers to no more than thre? years of continuous tenure. Mr. Seiderman served his full term. Trusiet -. lim ficers ol the League le Ben 3 • %  • rs and George Th < meeting will lion cf the l 962 u hich in< lea Sam A. Goldstein, chairman Leonard I.. Abess, Will im Uper Sidney Aronovitz, Al Block, ot 1 I J!. i-see. Jud^e Irving Cypen, Jack Fink. Ju'Ue M;l:o;i A. Fried%  New Administration Features Many Names Noted in Various Fields BURNETT *OTM For Your Roundup Details Some 400 persons will attend the annual board meeting of the Florida region of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith at the Algiers hotel on Sunday. Guest speaker will be Henry Edward Schultz, national chairman of the League, who will assess the status of intergroup relations today. Foor complete details, see story, Page 1-A. I H PAUL SEIDERMAN man. Richard E. Gerstein, David Gorman, of St. Petersburg, Ernest ranis, Paul Jeffrey, of Ft. Fierce Frank Kleinfeld. of St. Petersburg George Kronengold, Mrs. Arthu; G. Laufman, of Hollywood. Mrs Shepard Lewis, of West Palm Beach, Dr. Irving Lehrman. Benjamin Meyers. E. Alhert Pallo! William Pallot, Burnett Roth. Also Al Schneider, of Jackson ville. Judge Sam I. Silver, Harry Simonhoff. Mrs. Bernard Sup%  vorth. Sanford Swerdlin. George J. Talianoff. Morrice I'man, ol Tampa. Henry' E. Wolff and Harry | Zukernick. Of the^e. Janis, Zukernick. and Mrs. Lewis are newly-elected. The ADL's board is comprised if 132 persons from throughout he state "^ rt-MU CM*Mf*IONSMI NfAWUV i *KI S CUlSlNC TO TEMPT A .' •*-" %  r# MlStACLI MA *>AOfe i enjoy every minute For tlie time of your life, come to Hot Springs and relax in luxury at The Arlington In this oefting of icenic beaut/ and ideal temperature, enjoy ail sports and recreations. HOT IHINOb BATHS Take the healr'i-giving, radioactive thermal baths of Hot Springs rigdf in tf>e Arlington and bathe away all your aches and pains due to tension and fatigue. .relieve rheumatism, arthritis and high blood pressure. Golf at its best with Club privileges on three 18-hole cour.es new brilliant Tifton greens. Fishing and all water sports on three nearby lakes. Swim in our beautiful twin-cascade, temperature controlled pools. .dance .and be entertained. Plenty of night life in Hot Springs. .gaiaxy of name entertainers. i JJ r, Fix low '• oo.J bou>>fl coioi itf lif — ^^^B •nit* to Eovo< Moy M^noo*" *J^. '1 "IB—-...".' ? I -rTi" 1 '::|S HOTEL, and BATHS SPRI 'NATIONAL PARK* ARKANSAS *\<> T The new administration of the Florida Anti-Defamation League has justifiable claim to the label. Made in the South." Burnett Roth, board chairman-elect, is a native Floridian, and Sam A Gold stein, executive committee chaii man-elect, is a native ot Georgia. The "minority" member oi the new team of officers is treasurerelect Jack Fink, who hails from Nebraska. Roth, a national commissioner of the League, and a member of its national executive committee, has been associated with the fighl against anti-Semitism since 1930. when he w as Florida correspondent lor the late Richard E, tint stadt. during whose captaincy ot the League, it climbed :o national prestige in th of civil libertarian affaii Roth received his BA and LLB de3res from the University of Florida, where he was chancellor of Tau Epsil&n Phi and took postgraduate work at New York University in international finance. After a stint as attorney for NRA he returned to F'orida ar.d Miarn. in 1935, where he has been practicing law since. An a cti\ e pt in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation'.formation in 1938. Roth | vas prominent in the counteraction programs of those days : j g a i r..-: the German-American iund and the then mushrooming anti-Semitic organizations, spending half of each day as a volunteer ADL -tatter. In 1941. he assumed .he presidency of Sholem Lodge, and in 1942 enlisted in the U.S. | Army Upon discharge in 1945. he reassumed his dedication to com ; -nuiiity relations programs He or | ; ^ani/ed chapters uf the American veterans Committee in Florida. A as pre.-ident of the Dade County *tVC anu Florida commander ol .he Jewish War Veterans in 1947. Roth's view of community servi ice has been, and is. inclusive of all who require assistance in their aspiration lor social justice. Durn.; the period in which the com -nittee of which he was co-chairnan brought about the removal ot restricted signs from Miami Beach rotels and apartment houses, he A.I • active in housing and rent .•ontrol cause.-, and was President Harry S. Truman's selection as enants representative to the Area Rent Control Board. Roth, president of the Zionist District I Miami in 1938 and 1939. and president of Miami Beach Zionists District in 1948 and 1949. hacontinued his interest in Israel and is currently pre.ident ot the American Zionist Council ot Sou.h Florida. His wide range ot interest and service exKosher Foods Listing Available By Special Report NEW YORK—The Fall 19fnngs to his post astate chairnan ot ADL. experience as a a> ional commissioner, national executive committee member, chairnan o; the AOL's \;r crimination Committee, and ntI aonal vice chairmai cm Rights Committee Sam A. Goldstein who \ JACK fINK ;ide over the monthly policy naking meetings of the exec %  ommittee, is the chairman oi board of the Sanitary Linen Sertice Co., and a prominent busiaeas and civic leader. President ot Temple Israel, tht nationally renowned Reform congregation, and as a past president of the South Florida Umw of American Hebrew Congregations, Goldstein served as treasurer of the League's state board for the pest two years. He also has the unique distinction •* having served as a president •* three B'nai B'rith lodges in throe different cities: Atlanta, Ga.; Birmingham, Ala.; and W. Palm Beach, Fla. He is a member of the board of rustees of the Union ot American lebrew Congregations, member o. he board of trustees of Mt. Sum Hospital, trustee and member o he board of governors of 'J" 'ireater Miami Jewish Federa n which he also hi%  hairmai of the collections comnittee (1954-1965-1936 aid budget committee member He is chairman of the person?! board of the City of Miami Beiea Member of the board of the Miami Beach Taxpayer, Assn.. and eft** •nan and board member of t •service and Professional WrW if the Chamber of Commerce. In his -spare t me." GoMsta" engages in civic work throuU Shriner. Mason, Kiuaniand CW League activities. The new treasurer of the Florida board of the ADL. Jack t' is a member of the Miami i* irm of Faunce. Fink and Fornatv He is one of a -elect group* American Jews to haw &?*£ •he grand aleph gudol of b" B'rith .vouth organization. *'*• Zadik Aleph. in 1926. He has sU" served as president of %  Beach Lodge of B'nai BT.th. c %  ..%  man of board of directors B'nei B'rith Youth Organs and apresident of the Soon Ida Council of B'nai A member I Kink serves there is -' : of its boarJ odir llh vice president of it* v



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Friday, December 15. 1961 +Jewist fkrMian Page 3-C FORMER PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN BAR ASSN. Cody Fowler Wins Abess Award COD/ FOWtEJt Cody Fowler, winner of the lOf;: Leonard L -Abess Human Relation. waTd, is fhe Jefenfli rftflient of the coveted honor, and one r : f 0 n!v two recipients whose residence is e'sewhere thi n Da le county Fowler, a Floridian since L914 "i, :i Tampa resident. 1 fci il inal pres of the Amenc u B ir Assn. wi I ceive the Abe&s Vwar I al a testiat noon. Sunda; ,! ; ''" A! [n accep ing tl •• ADL's annual recognition for outstanding buttons to thi adva • i! hi ma r Nations the ni tii nal \ rei • %  nod attoi i %  '•-' is ed roster ol • %  s isl y< ar, the LeRoy < oil In prtca %  -.. t'-e winner* h iv : • '.; ; %  <.,-, C. \ Klinebercj Lectures a1 Dr. %  >tto K %  • %  A. pro! i i at Coin %  is giving the %  oi li i o ial Mfair* 1 ersi ol ami s udeni '. h ; | i 8 %  I nlogic il Bar to I ol thi • I neb h< secoi d %  c be red bj thi I Ira V i F ation ei : > %  ies i : t; il the !y lision o lecturer Cou i : "• %  • .: %  • rtmenl "" %  • .' wbi %  sarch aJ %  ri !c :ture%  • '.:• o c 'helm r ..', p f ->r 1 h in China on emotional exi of fi.^ Chinese, was 's•3 P'ofesssr of psychology at ; University of Sa> Pau'o, nil, from 1945-47, ar.d in 1?S8 was Carnegie visiting professor =' psychology at the University c : Hawaii. During Worn War II. Dr. Kline, served in 1942 as principal cial psychologist with the For-'i Broadcast Intelligence Scr\ nl the Federal Communications •mmission, and Irom 1943 to 0 0 XlMiEWG • lecialisl for War [nformaKev V >i Dui ing 1945 he .: spi cial i ientific c insultant foi the Stralegii Bombing Survey. .S, War Department. additi in to three major leescheduled for l.i Dr. lures and seminars irishmen and sophomor Kline'ierg will meet with upperclassmen, and will address a faculty seminar, according to Dr. William B. Munsen, division chairman, who is m charge of arrangements. Al Reskin. of 7017 Trouville Esplanade, proudly shows the new complete Polaroid Camera kit he received as a gitt trom Tho Jewish Floridian. Reskin was presented with the' camera wink light, filters and film, all in the special Polaroid leather ^rrying case, after he brought in 13 new, local, one-year subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian. Individuals and.organizations throughout the Greater Miami area are aU taking Part in this special Polaroid give-away. Reskin says 11 was the easiest thing ever" to get the 13 subscnpt.ons For Jen new, local subscriptions, The Jewish Floridian will give away the camera free without kit. Bae.-js, editor of the Miami News, Qr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, John B. Orr, former Dade member of the Florida legislature, the late Mayor Abe Arcnoviti, and Mayor D. Leo Powell, of Miami Beach. The award consists of a plaque honoring the awardee, a-d of a grant of SI. 000 by Leonard L. Vbess, for universitj r< search in the field of prejudice and discrimination. F '••'' was selec I ft a field inei for his wor chairman in i960 of the G Commission on Rao Relal i*owl s chaii missii n, il i coura | i the ;; iblishm % %  ::• on a community level, o! l.i i.. ial i 1 %  %  i %  makii r-on iructr i • While manj site* .... ,: : : the chali e nl social ch "ii and peacefi I Hi racial comm tahlishe I Gables. Daytona Beai Deli Beach. Eustis. Ft. I.auder ia'e. Ft. Pierce Miami, Jacks I St. Petersburg, Tampa. We Beach and Orlando ; day, at least 15 Florda tl • have desi gregate I theii iwnt lunch counter faciliti To i indreds of F'or'da lers In civil church and business affairs, Codj Fowler or i sonal high standing an he persuasion of his ol challenged them • • %  neel so ial i hangi "Which way is better for change to come?" hi; commission asked. "3y economic boycott demonstrations a-d race c!a:r-cs? Or, ty respcnsibl? loaders who have studied Hie problem over a period of time, who have examined all points of view a-, a.-, the facts, who ha.? the respect of the great majority o? their community, and who can arrive at lie ncr satisfactory recjinmtndaticr.i?" Fow ler's apt i com! I rida durin -%  in's tenun I • m on I stati LEONfMO ABtSS unil i r %  I • Fowler ser I %  Vmerican I i li %  al i | %  • %  Trii : Lawyers, the li Assl issociati %  I nissj Legal F ir< ii in 9 has in Si Petersb in • ni. Sale of Israel-Made Arras Abroad Stirs Opposite EMTi JERUSALEM (JTA Sales of Israel made arms I trios was the subject of sharp oppositii n attacks in Isr BOTH *££ ^ %  Lhis week, bul the governmen beat off th" critic: inOne debate revolved around weapons sale— m ainly of the fami i i Uzzi submachinegun—to Germany. Herut, Mapam and Communist deputies assailed the continuing sales as "a certificate i! moral rehabilitation" to Wesi many, and said the sale"further isolated"" Israel trom the neutral states. The Prime A^inister, in his reply, recalled a previous Knesset discussion on the subject and noted that the opposition failed to prevail then. However, his request for dismissal of three motions to discuss an immediate halt in such sales as "insincere and unrealistic" was sustained by only a narrow majority. One coalition partner, Achdut Avodah, which had fought the sales in the earlier Knesset debate, abstained from supporting the Government. In a second debate, the Knesset was told that Israel rejected an order from Portugal for the Uzzi weapon and also refused permission to its Belgian patent concessionarie to fill the order. This was disclose:! by Shimon Peres. Deputy Defense Minister, in reply to Mapam and Communist demands for a full debate on reports that the weapons were bein used by Portuguese forces to 1'iyht the rebellion m the Angola colony. The official cited a letter from the Israel Foreign Ministry last June rejecting the Belgian firm's request rirrn linister D i u. co [sra : policj of rei isii i ii arms l i an power In another Knesset aciion, the Security and Foreign Affairs Committee called en all governments and Par.iaments to make every effort to reach agreement on a nuclear weapons testing ban under effective international control. The committee earlier discussed the problem of atomic testing in line with motions in the Knesset for a full-dress debate on the recent Soviet nuclear weapons testing. 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Page 4-C i"Jtn isl ihrkUnn Friday. December 15, lg 61 Jj FROM LOWER ALTON RD. Mt. Sinai Hospital Stands As Monument of Devoted Leadership to Noble Cause The Mt Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami look title to a small 55bed hospital on Alton rd. in 1947. and began serving the community Miami Beach as the Alton Road lospital n December, 1949. the move was made to the former Nautilus hotel at 1300 Mton rd., and the buildii officially b e c a m e Mt. Sinai Hospital ol Greater Miami. with a bed capacity ol 200 The hospital is fully approved by (he Joint Commission on Accreditation, the Anu r.,. Assn., tho American H ospital I Assn.. the American I ol Surgeons, and the Ami lege of Physicians, it i, proved for traininf resident in me licine and obstetrics a n d gynei : patholi AERIAL VIEW OF THE NEW MT. SINAI HOSPITAL OF GREATER MIAMI Sinai 'Anniversary Week' to Open Ml Sinai is a non-| I seel %  ital open come to itdoors, r< race, creed colot to pay Current!) then .; fui ctioi %  %  • a free or part free I Jan, 29. 1960, sa\i the do rs ol Lmately 'Jo percent of l On July 15. 1957, construction ol the ni 360 bed hospital and the Gloria and Leon Lowenstein i Residence began on a site ining th<' existii B hi spital, Mt. Sinai Hospital will celebrate its 12th anniversary during the week ol Dec. 17 through 23 to mark the completion of 12 years ol operation as a non-profit \ iluntar) hospital serving the i immunity. MAX OkOVIJZ honorary chairman J. c, e r a I il Lewis, president, said Wednesday that the purpose of the celebration is "to express appreciation and to give recognition to the communtiy and to the members ol the hospital family for their cooperation and support ol Ml Sinai.'' The -Week will be highlighted by a p r o g r a m of special events which will dramatize the hospital, its service and facilities, as well as the people behind its achievements. Beginning the "Week" will be a holida) party on Sunday for all hospital employees and their il (-. sponsored by the board ol trustees (liftat the party will be presented through the courti sy ol the medical staif. Tuesdaj will be "Public Day." tours, one at JO a in., and on. at 2 p.m.. will be held r the guidance of the Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary tour committee chaired by Mrs (ail Susskind, immediately following the tours, a program will be held in Wollson Auditorium of the hospital Trustees will entertain uuc.-ts at scheduled luncheons during the Week The medical stall will he honored at a "brunch" on Wednesday, with supervisors and head nurses as special guests. Members of the press, radio and TV have been united to a special the $10,000,000 Mt Sinai Hospital open to the community-al laruc. Mt. Sinai Hospital is one of I hi most modern and completely equipped in the country, -lands as a monument to inspirational leadership, dedicated to providing in the Greater Miami area every facility for the practice of the healing arts. who are hospitalized at Ml s are on either a tree 01 b,,-is. In celebrating its I2i mi sary as Mt Sinai Hospital ol i er Miami, the hospital board if trustees, its doctor-, vi and employees will participate ii special events arranged to hor.or them and (he communi' il *3ce(//c of Li/celt CLsvents SUNDAY — EMPLOYEES Holiday party for all hospital employees and their families sponsored by the board of trustees. (Jilts, courtesy of medical stall. MONDAY — PRESS, RADIO AND TV Luncheon and Tour. TUESDAY — PUBLIC Tours, 10 a.m. -2 p.m. Greetings, refreshments and film. "Preface to a Life." Program to be held in Wolfson Auditorium. WEDNESDAY — MEDICAL STAFF brunch for medical staff with nursing supervisors and head nurses as special guests. THURSDAY — PATIENTS Special tray favors and "Anniversary Week" menu. EMPLOYEES Free meals in cafeteria, guests of board of trustees. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY — TRUSTEES Daily luncheons for trustees and their invited guest VOLUNTEERS Special letters to all volunteers. SATURDAY — SPECIAL EVENT Anniversary Ball Gala. Fontainebleau Hotel. Saturday evening. Dec. 23. 1. GtRIMO LEWIS honorary chairman luncheon in their honor. Patients will receive special tray favors and Anniversary Week' menus. Volunteers will receive a spe cial tribute, and the "Week" will be climaxed With an Anniversary Ball (iala to be held at the FonI tainebleau hotel on Saturday eve ning, Dec. 23. Mt. Sinai's lobb) wili be decorated during the. "Week" with a facsimile of ai birthday cake. Honorary chairman for "Anniversarv Week" are Max Orovitz. chairman ol the hospital board, and J. Gerald Lewis, president. Hank Meyer is chairman ot the "Week," with Dr. Milton B. ,)acobson serving as chairman ol the medical Staff function; Mrs. Su-skind tor the tours; MrHarold Unger lor the patient tray lavors; David 1'hillips lor the ; trustee luncheons; and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes and Mrs. Ben Novack co-chairing for the Anniversary Ball. Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. New Mental Health Film New mental health film. "To Serve the Mind." will be shown for the first time in Miami on Tuesday 8:15 p.m.. in the auditorium of the Miami Public Library, one Biscayne blvd. Sponsor is the mental Health Society, a United Fund agency. Dr. Victor L Slater, assistant director. Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic, Jackson Memorial Hospital, will act adiscussant and answer questions z&?* %  Wlhil .:-*! I ..-II*.': Ilk! % % %  Hi MJGUST BROS fcyj r Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON I****** t t t :£££



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Fiiday. December !5. 1961 Un-i*t fkir'ldltoin Page 5-C Aedent Synagogue Rebuilt, But Few Jews to Worship Mis. Ben Novack (left) and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. co-chairmen of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Ball on Dec. 27, discuss details of the crowning "Anniversary Week" function with Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mt. Sinai. First Ml Sinai Ball To Climax Observance WORMS. G( rmarrj JTAVThe old Rashi S3 old* si Jewish house pi y prship in Qermany, | iili destroyed by the \~azis in 1938. and now recoi bj tiie West German government at a cost <>t $125,000. was reopened here Monday with impressive ceremonies. In addition : • Ji .-. ish repr< s< nta lives from all over Germany, as well as from Israel, Britain and France, the participants in the somber ceremony included Vice Chancellor Ludwig Erhard as the official r< presents ive ol the Federal Republic ol Germany, The synagogue was named after the famous commentator of the Bible and Talmud, "Griel and deep shame" over the Nazi desecrations and depredations were expressed by Mr. Frhard in his address. Warning that anti-Semitism in Germany "is not yel dead," the Vice Chancellor said that "anti-Semitism, like every other .form of inhumanity, is blasphemy.' Me warned German} that Nazi crimes againsl the Jews "must not be forgott* n." The $125,000 needed for reconstruction of the famous old '. M ar a G the first Mt. • .pital Bi rill take Saturday. D< 23r I. at Ihi ; ntainebh au hotel ii 1 lose \. rsary Week" •.> ith : fes1 occasion in wh'ch all the munity and' frit nds of the it a! are invited to join. \ Orovitz and J. (ii raid 1 is, as honorary chairmen, 1 Hank M< yer, as chairman of .v ersary Week." head an irtive Gala committee which is ...ting the fun-and-entertain• tilled evening. Mrs. A. HerMathes and Mrs. Ben Nolle serving as co-chairm< n Gala committee which i:i .. >i Mra. l..'on!.rd I, \ six Ablm, Oil an I Mi %  .!. • Mi Kuth [!c iiarrt \\ %  • Blank, Mr mill M .-. 1 .; K K 1 VI mil H.i Blum, Ml 1 I Inn I'.. 1 anil Mrs, 1 >:,\ • V I'ai*. • anil M ... 1 i*hal Mi I MrMi v %  .... n \|.'; • %  ,: • % %  .1 uttcn %  k, Mm \ar San ... 1 • • 1.. \. nsun Hi njan In 1; k'll .•. .\hIn. z Kn n'-• II ix 11.j • 1. William B. Mix I innald, Ml M.s %  ; Mnn-mii. Mr, and M •.Bal'un lie Hlrm-li Mi >i 1 Mr*. Max 1 !..\ :/. Mm John "wen v : VIn Unvld l>hllll|u>. VI and Mm Han B lluxkln. Dr. and M:I..-I. • \ KIIMHII I in >.iinl-. ,M %  and Mi s., m Si Ii /.. r. .Mi-. M1.1 -V \ Sliaw Mr. mill Mm JHi-fib sin 1. Mi 1 Mm 1 ..." rem-i 1: Slnui r, Mi and Hi w iiiinni 1 • SIIIRI MI .in.1 .M Harold H K|m< I. Mm 11 II T.-n.nbum, Mr and Mi i"ai 1 \\, Inkli Mi and Mm Julian I WVinkli .Mi and Mrs 1.. ..1,.,:,• \ \\ a, MI-. 1;... 11. \\. ::, nd M : M.-.ur • Ziiiini%  imin Open House to Public Set As Special Event Tuesday HANK MfyfR chairman "Rashi Shul" had been contrib uted bv West German author!ties, federal, state and local. Mr. Erhard referred to the fact that only two Jewish families live here—whereas the pre-war Jewish population was over 1,200. "The essential thing, in this Temple," he said, "is missing— the human beings to whom the inscriptions here should speak." The rebuilt synagogue with a capacity of 300 worshippers, contain: Jewish ritual objects donated by the German Ministry ol Education, by youth groups and various prominent handicraftsmen. A stone flown here from Jerusalem has been placed In the wall partitioning the women's section in H < synagogue from the men's section President Heinrich Luebke contributed the almcnor. A childless couple. Jacob and Rachel, had built the synagogue which was opened just before Rosh Hashona in 1034. An addition, named the "Rashi Chapel." was buiit in ir>24. The synagogue co itained the archives of the old \ WormJewish community as well as many other priceless memorabilia. A local archivist saved many of these relics alter the Nazis destroyed the synagogue in 19; 8, transferring -hen, after the war to the Jewish National Archive in Jerusalem. Miami Fishing Contest Opens "Letting the big ones get a aj will be the theme aj;ain this season when the 27th annual Metropolitan Miami Fishing Tournament opens Sunday. The nationally-popular event runs through April 15. Expert and tyro anglers from many points on the globe will be trying their luck for distinction in the world's largest fishing classic. Anyone is welcome to participate. There is no entry tee. Ai 8 a m Sunday, an Opening Day Uarade ol sport fishing craft, colorfully decorated, will provide the annual spectacle for television and movie screens throughout I he country Opening day trophies will be awarded for most sailfish and bonefish released, for best decorated large and small boats, and for the best eatch of the day. Open House for the public on -day at Mt. Sinai Hospital of G eater Miami will be a special leature of the hospital's 12th "Anniversary Week" celebration, ac%  rding to Hank Meyer, chairman ef the event. Meyer said that the communityarge is invited lo participate In tours at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., on Dec. 19. at which time members of the volunteer tour committee, 1 nder the chairmanship of Mrs Carl Susskind. of I he Women s Kiliary, will take the groups to b( hmd-the-scencs" areas of the r< u building, which was completed two years ago. At that time. the hospital made the move from the old Nautilus hotel building Which it occupied for the past ten y i.rs. Immediately following the tours, according to Mover, the groups win be taken to Wolfson Auditorium of the hospital, where they will be greeted by Samuel Gertner, executive director ol Ml Sinai, and by representatives of the board of trustees The film. "Preface lo a Life," will he shown and refreshments will follow. The Open House reception is one phase of the weeklong birthday celebration honoring Ml Sinai's "hospital family" and the public-at-large. UN Study Group Miami Beach Study Group "f the United Nations Assn. will meet Tuesday evening at the Blackstone hotel. UN1CEF and the Congo will be discussed Mrs. Anna Weiss, ol 6020 Indian ("reek dr is chairman and in charge ol information. personalized service at the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service excepf rosh hashono and yom kippur w PARKER PARDNERS" SET o 3 PARKER PARKER "Writefine" Mechanical Pencil CHOICE OF TOUR WRITING POINTS £. Fine. 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Page 6-C + kn i if fkrkfton Friday, %  I ULTIMATE AIM: MOST POSSIBLE GOOD Vigorous Leadership Will Keynote 1962 CJA Young Men to Get Top-Ranking Positions At Helm of Campaign "redd c ration is \~^ontmunity s <_J~lccti't >,. new \i* e chairmen v ill result "in a i v bun ; ]:",2 CIA • "We're delighted .:• %  ;i the i really i can do." Harris said. "Oal ens has warm l us thai ha^ < %  all the responsibility that the ti It ii i chairman implii %  respon sib I Remember the days when a different agency was launching its fund-raising drive every week — when the campaign with the prettiest posters raised the most money, regardless of need? Those days went out the philanthropic door when Federation came in. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is the heart of the community — and its conscience. It has replaced confusion with coordination and a multiplicity of drives with a singleness of purpose. That purpose-is to do the most possible good with each dollar — at home and abroad. The same dollar helps settle immigrant Jews in Israel.-iight bigotry in the United States, care for the aged in Greater Miami, heal the sick, and fill a wide variety of other community needs through the approximately 60 organizations afliliated with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Through the medium of Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal, vast sums of money have been raised and distributed for philanthropic purposes. And through Federation, a substantial degree of order has replaced chaos in the fundraising field in Greater Miami. This reduction in the mutiplicity of drive! has obviosuly resulted in a material reduction in campaign and collection costs. This, of course. has enabled even more of the contributions to be put directly and immediately to work improving the Jewish community. Careful planning and impartial evaluation of the needs of member agencies has resulted in Federation's dollars — your dollars — going where they will do the most good for the most people. A voluntary association of agenc.es and contributors, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation operates through the consent and cooperation of the agencies and the community. Federation > strength and effectiveness will continue to depend on the devotion and support et th< Jewish rt-idents of Greater Miami. OH GUARD TO SWF C-RfATlR MIAMI Local Combined Appeal Agencies Hslp You Every Day in a Variety of Ways LOCAL AGENCIES DON'T OVERLOOK THE YOUNGER GENERATION ncies s ed by %  ini mbi %  brin ito results v da> -yel don'l evei • them. • Ar> e!:! •_•-;•/ run hai \ I shut I tl ; %  ) %  I %  I May or tl munio i %  i-l in j n i • le. ol tl eir • A frtand, in poor health resu n a visit Mt. Sinai !'i spital. thi noi ctar ian. fit i spiti %  the Greatei Miami comm nil) 'I lu eight lory structure (•• ntains 373 beds, and • %  as i ompleted v ith I in the Greater Miami community • A family, which had seemed on the verge of breaking up, becomes a whole, happy unit again. Or a child, formerly sulh n ai I n. I ecom c h e i r II l and oul .;hi havt h i • i bout by the J< wish d Children's Service Tl is is happj ne i 1 ".< si I i < f the pictui •' is thai there freq ientl) lorn litii I %  ••; %  these vital ees wa:ti •that reduced unl il tl i can e ixpande • More 1 Is imtall) i >'.!!• br; ni : %  .• the Gre-3r?r K' ami Jewish Community Center, which id( a proft s: i i] roup woi k sen ice lot t' J vish c mmu lit) to i I the • ation and I in time n Is ol (very mi the fl m I) • T!:e Burfu'j of JowiiS Education, designed to imp the e lu< atio al and admini rtralive standards ol Jewish schools in Greater M i a m ;. pr >•• idi personnel service, licensing of teachers, curriculum guidance, testing, classroom observation and consultation to its affiliated Jewish schools. • TIM Jewish Vocational Service, a nonprofit organization, provides job placement sen ices for prcp'i able tc find :• %  ance • The Nario Council cJewish Women I resettl in Miami the mar.v Am ic ns" who I Is .it oppre. %  • %  The Bare-, cle H rich LM Fun I n • e freo ag i ict Hies. • Commun cies condu I i"' ; aimed al estt ng health) %  groups. Thej religious %  u ', the United where. Agenc i • in thi< porj with Mian i the American wsh tee, American J< and the Anti-Defamation Leag of Bnai Brill.. „ ... When you think ol iheOwaj Miami Jewish ; are thinking of all these serw agencies and more. vou give to the orabined jer ish Appeal, you're helping support them a.l



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Page 8-C *Jewlst) fkxrktt&n Friday, Dec6r.: L c: 15, 196l German Delegate Accuses Russians of Anti Semitism On Thursday morning, Dec. 7, at Coral Way Jewish Center ihe pre-school presented a Chanuka program. Judah Mcccabee was piaved bv Charlie Wiener (center soldier beating drum). Maccabee soldiers (leit to right) are Michael Barg, Barry Soltz, Alan Steinberg, Randy Levine, Michael Block, and Maik Cohen. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel of Greater Miami %  (center), is named a Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Vc.unteer of Valor" at a banguet attended by friends of the hcspital and many members of the Greater Miami community. Shown during the plague presentation ceremonies are Harold Thurman (left), chairman of the dinner, and E. Albert Failot fright' chcirman of the Cedars development fund. Austrian Move Against Violent Neo Nazi Student Organization VIENNA — (JTA) — The dis%  lion oi ihe students anti-Semitic organization, Olympia, was announced hero by level Afritsch, Austrian Minister ol the Interior. He said the organization was ordered disbanded because of the 1 • Nazi activities of most of its men bers. THE PERFECT DESK PEN SET FOR HOME OR OFFICE I • • t Ho. 112 FOUNTAIN DISK PEN SET EFFICIENT, ECONOMICAL WITH THE RIGHT POINT FOR THE WAT YOU WRITE Simultaneously, police announced additional arrests of members and the Austrian Government proposed to the Ministries of the Interior and Justice new measures to stem Ihe neo-Nazi activities which have reached a postwar peak in the past few days. The.-e included the desecration of the Jewish cemetery ut Innsbruck and the firing ot nine >hots at the Parliamentary building in Vienna. A:JO AV All ABIE IN ATTRACTIVE COLORS 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 SUPPLY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel JE 8-7205 Among measures the Govern: nient said it would introduce in Parliament "to protect democracy" in Austria were proposals to bar activities likely to incite hatred against religious and racial groups Competent sources told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that Minister Afritsch was determined to do everything possible to "finally end all activities that could endanger Austria's reputation as a truly democratic country." (In Lon.ion, the press reported Tuesday from Vienna that. Ausirian authorities have been "compelled officially" to take notice ot recent anti Semitic incidents. "the Austrian C.overnment, privately, tends to dismiss these incidents as the work of ignorant hotheads instigated by unrepentant, fe.rmer Nazis. According to the Vienna correspondent, the Austrian Government "has certainly been lamentably weak in dealing with known former SS men still living openly in Austria") Educators Seek Top Standards NEW YORK—(JTA)—A national code of professional practices de signed to as-:~t Jewish commun ities in th( United States and Canada to devolp professional standards of employment of teachers in their religious schools was approved at a meeting of the board of governors of the American Assn, for Jewish Education. Thi principles and recommendations of the code, completed after two years of study and research by the AAJE's National Committee on Teacher Education and Welfare, w ill serve lo guide school administrations in such areas as placement, teacher's duties, tenure and work schedules. It also proposes policies relating to -.1! ary and national standards f>>r vacations and leaves, retirement and fringe benefits, and adjudication of controversies. A special section of tb code addresses itself to ethical practices for Jewish teachers, 9,000 of whom are currently serving Jewish schools in this country and Canada. Other projects to improve the status of the Jewish education profession which have been formulated by AAJE and widely adopted by Jewish communities include a national retirement and life insurance program for Jewish teachers. Many ol Ihe code'.recommended practices are based on principles and regulations developed both in the general education field and over the years by central Jewish educational agencies and associations of Hebrew schools in Boston. Buffalo. Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus. Detroit. Los Angeles, Miami. Minneapolis. Newark. New Haven. New York Philadelphia. Rochester, St. Louis. San Francisco. Savannah and Toronto. Canada. PARIS — (JTA* A clash between the Wesl Clerman delegate and the Soviet delegate over anti Semitism in thex gountries marked the usually rOUtln* meeting ot the executive committee of UNESCO here. Otto Von Sommcr. ot West Germany, charged th;it :he Soviet Union practiced "anti-Semitism and racism." He said the USSR practiced widescale anti-Semitism both in its press and in its application of Soviet law. l ic asserted that Soviet delegate Alexander Pavlov's claim that there was no racIsm in the Soviet Union was "a lie" and that Ihe Soviet report of non-discrimination in Russia was "an untruth." The Soviet delegate emphatically denied the ch.... 1 ri ,. m(i he was surprised I ,, Mn tativc of "a cot esppns.ible tor the munkr ,1 ^ %  •hould dare to speak n the -uij. i.et." The clash views \\ omitted from the 1 0 [ hf committee on or ers cl lh cha:rman. BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strict Supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth of Florida Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Ever, Director 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS AfODMN EQUIPMENT I fUKNISHINGS EWEPROOf BUILDING 310 Collins Avt. Ph. JE 2 3571 Miami Beach Social Singles fc Denes B'nai B'rith Social Singles | hold a dance >•;: Sati lay 1 veniM at the Promen, hotel adults of interne diati -c IJ. vited. The group 1 so ilannini .1 New Year'Evi H> al McAllister hotel. Checking oif final notations to see that everythmr is in readiness at the new Riverside Memorial Chapel are executives Lame S. Blasfc>erg and Leonard Zilbert. Not shown is senior executive Abe> Eisenberg. The half-million dollc: chapel is located at 1920 Alton rd., Miami Beach. Other chapels of the national funeral home organization are at Ncrrr.cndy Isle and near Coral Gables. "While many cities, spurred i>> their central educational agencies, have developed employment policies and codified them, taken broadly, however, problems and relationships persist in the field of Jewish teaching which make necessary the formulation of national standards of fair and equitable conditions of work." Philip \V. Lown. of Boston, president of the AAJE, and Samuel H. Daroff, of Philadelphia, chairman of its board of governors, declared in a joint statement. Children Present Program Children of the kindergarten class of Temple Tilereth Jacob, under the direction ol Mrs Frieda iyss, presented a Chanuka program on Sunday at 10 a.m. WK A T F M FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WK ATFM 93.1 on your-'FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerls! WKAT-FM



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Friday, Decsmber 15, 19G1 +Jkwisti fhridttari Page 9-C FROM THE TALMUD J5J. T nd Teachii %  B \ • i'-alin 16 II /1 ;' •' I ord many shall be ad %  sence \\ I ic li beloved ; n fir i %  %  open el : it. and I I II • ex| : II %  %  %  %  3n C7L IQealm Of JUl iKeliqjioiis : 1.1 |i 111. Siltui II ii.in. limn: •.IIIIIHIMIH I.:i T il \ • lopmelll • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Conscrvalive. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. H i ui. %  K:l." |. in Si III• ti l Ii ui hi ill Liivi ISHK Mltzvah: Murtiha, ill !,i uf Mr. .ui,l Mi XI ii rr: i %  %  i win s rdaj !i .i in Sei > i IllU thi Truth." Mill' M i!-/\ ah : St, v.i %  •ii of Mr .i -"I Mi Jnsi i>li liriilil, mm uf Mi and \\ ., i, -• — BETH EL. 5C0 SW 17th ave. Orthodox R.-ibbi Solomon Schitt. II I In i ., HI rn '! Itlll'llll RA8BI SAMUEL APR'L steeped in tradition I> .'ii MH Bible is better "un lertood" i ii d .i y than ever before ..-•on was nol a bad fellow; he just lid nol adjust well, Perhaps, he \\;i> inclined inwards paranoia, but .'as that not justified? After all, Jacob did "steal" his birthright and ilessing, and Esau was frustrated and transferred his hostility to ex ernal aggression, He hunted animals, perhaps killing a few men. tairied Hittite wives and brought griel to his parents. Was not this n understandable reaction under the circumstances? Ishmael, too. vas badly misunderstood. "His hand was against all. and everyman's land against him." but after all. he was a victim of sibling rivalry. A a.-ii t that proper justification? Similar defenses may be undertaken and convincingly submitted to that Nimrod Lot, Potiphar's wife, the Sodomites, the Generation if the Flood, the Tower of Babel-builders — in short, all the sinners evil-doers and wickedness-workers were simply suffering from "lack %  I understanding" Delusions ol grandeur, schizophrenia, mull.pl: sonality — a tew other alienations, would explain their deeds mag lificently. If there were one Bible "analysts," not those critics wh< 'understand" the Bible, but professional psycotherapists, could have reated them all as clients, what a difference ii would have made li he history and shape ol the world While H itrue that understanding preme factor; nvolvel in brotherly love and human relations, we should not confusi his means as the end — the goa! of living an ethical, moral life, In lo good, man's shortcomings, foibles, or sins should nol imply We mould nol condone and accept prevalent evil as inevit ible. Let every man ask himsell how he can go up lo his earlhlj fathei ithi ut his son steeped in the same Torah tradition Let him ask himell if his i\i.vd> and mis deeds may be forgiven, as well as "ui ler tood," by lu~ Heavenly Father. Then, shall mature understanding lelp bring brotherhood and peace to all men. The Marranos One of the Marranos turned to Tinfj'-if is prepared m coopf ritfiiui until (lieSpiritual Leaden of the Greater Miami Rabbinca] Assn. RABBI MAX A I IPSCHITZ ( iuordinator By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is a blessing made when washing one's hands before a meal? Since the washing of the hands before a meal is a religious obligation, a blessing is made the same a s il is before performing many other religious obligations ^ iWhy is the blessing made before drying the hands after washing them? JfiSZ SCE.'SMSL II, r.„ Ih.1 in n, r^lla, blessing could not be made of the grace he would declare Contributor: RAHHl SOI OMOS scull P Cents of Wisdom One of the Marranos turned to The blessing conic, i.oiuc .-o. ,..e „.• -. %  • %  • •----a sSolar wtth S3 mquiry: What before washing the hands since at publu bIes8ing for the host. is the status of the forced converts that stage the Individual Is UI a Who outwardly behave like M08state of impurity and not tit to Irms bin in their homes, inwardly, make a blessing. ,„,,,,,,, „l mwer\ and ed outwardly loins but in thiur homes, inwardly, make a blessing. Observe all the precepts? This Th( ra bl.is ordained that the scholar had not undergone all blessing be made belore drymg these bitter experiences and there, ht ham is, since even though the fore replied that the Jews forced hymls are n ot dried, the individual to convert were transgressors ot is in ., slalt of relative purity and Israel. This replv brought despair lis blessing will precede an act on the forced converts. at least the acl ol dryiim the When Maimonides. who was 26. hands ^ # heard this, he immediately penned an epistle called "The SanctificaWhy is it customary to i lion of the Name" (of God). In this epistle written in Arabic. Maimonides strove to encourage a no" strengthen the Marranos This epistle in Hebrew translation has ^ thp (ab e rec |ted the grace for now been published by the Babhi aU thc rost In ,he last pai-t of the Kook Institute in Jerusalem with commentary. Whoever reads it. will see how great Maimonides (ol blessed memory) was in Torah and wisdom. 3ETH EMETH. 12250 \W 2nd av Conservative. Rahbi Max Sh.ipiro Cantor Hyman Fine. ,i I |, in In I>: %  > u.will i: mi '.I: Mux in eiilu lira I • "I II \\ < In i.n s.iiii.,n "Tile M ••mi I UK ••! Itrntllerl I...M • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovskv l-'i ill iv ,1". .m. S.il iinlin S :'.n .i in Kri.lay "iilTi p.m. SHtiirdu> v ..i : tl s,-i n "our i!i'>|iiiii.-.iinii %  ii>." — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER 8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Sam uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. I'*i I < 11 %  > s ::lo |i in Si-riniiii. "ThtIn \,,i HII!-." S I i ni ilii \ S ii HI '• |i.u Itlll Mil '.\ :ili : I In l I. %  -"ii uf Ml lin MiVVillliini StiH-k. • DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE GATION. 1401 NW 1E3i"d st Cor servative. Rabbi Harold Richtcr Cantor Emanuel Manrtel. i%  .i;,> H;ir, |i.ni, St-rniiiii: "Ai Siitiirilin s ;n H.in Ki-rmnr I'nrl inn ..I ill, Wi • %  -LAGLER %  GRANADA. 50 NW pi Conaervativa. Rabbi G Lerer. Cantor G<-orqe Goldberg. \' t id in .in AEI • i.in ISiil II i M i 11111 \ 11 i FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 180 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabb Richard M. Leviton • — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON GREGATION. 555 W. 49th st Hialeah. Reform. Rabbi Marius R.inson. l-'i I'.I \ s:|.*, |i m s.-' i II %  -ii "Tlii Ki ill \|. .iiiinu .•!' HiWord lew' • • — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. hi'iilu.i s:!ln p.m fiileHl HpeHkrr, l.en \liii,lliii. eMflltlVe eililoi III I'll.lewlull I %  .1 i.l ... M. — • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen i > ,i.i\ ". .urn R:l.'i |i.m. Sermon: "A iii-.ii I.,-.-I,II from ii Hi-ii Story." — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. I'Yl'lnv. *i pin S:illltil:iv i. .In HI S-i %  •Wli-n I-: • 111. -1Meet" Son." I :.i i Mllzviih: Harry, -mi of Mr. and Mr> lluri) Ootllleb • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. I1 nl:i\ .". p in Sunn il.ix : %  B in • — MINYONAIRES. 3737 8ird rd. Modern Traditional. l-'rldiiy VI-". p.m. Saturdiij B a.m rtuPHl Rabbi, I 'i Joseph Zuvkerbrain I i in-Shahbn i — • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643f, SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. | l-'rldaj :l." p m !uenl -i" iker, I be Goldman, Clls of Miami -m;iii—r. GEMS OF WISDOM As die • I I • 1 %  %  w %  11 : %  %  %  1 • • %  %  Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hw> Recon %  sti uctionist. R .1 li I) Cantor Herman Gottlieb %  I< V. : • %  I line guest the honor of leading the grace after meals? This tradition stems from the when only one of the people (Published by Brit Ivrit Ola mil' trace after meals there are van-, „us added blessings for special cases. One ol the.se blessings is a benediction which blesses the host. Therefore, it is the guest who was given the honor of lead. A mixture oj misery ana education is highlv exbuMire. li. swu 11 All your children ihll be taught of ill, lord and feat shall be the hr-unof your children. ISAIAH. • • &f On the bitter da> o| exjwlsioti from Spain, miul •>/ those who were proud oj theif intellectual attainment changed then uihile the women and uncultivated masses surrendered themselves and their property for the ancti/ication of the Name. Verily die L" r <' preserved the simple." VAABI rz. T The Greek grasped the bresenl moment, and was the artist; the Jew worshipped the timeless and u-ai die prophet. I. M. VISE. will Wars Kpeuk on ".lew* S il 111 ,l;l> !• ;i 111 Alliel li -II TEMPLE ADATH YFSIIURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Mi.'imi Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zuckrr. Cantor Abraham Reisman. i-1111:i> v:'.i> p.m. Sermon: %  I:->I -ililliiy ..I .i Jew." OneR Shnhlml II-M Mr. and Mra. shunand Mr and Mra. liniz Soturdnj 9 a.m Sermon "Doen in\ I :i 11n r Si ill Live?" • — TEMPLE BETH AM. 5150 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday R: 15 p.m Gueal apenker fhnrh iWebber, Ai-'i. -I'IU repreitentalive for relllfioui n Intionx, ill 'li-;CUMII "Automation," and "Thi attitude uf Vii'-i ii 'ii luhni towaiilji HiS,,\ i. i i ui.. II.'' Saturda) 11 >'. II in. r.,,i Mlitvahi Brie. m>n ol Mr. and Mrs. Men .1 Halter, TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Krl s l.'i i> in. Sermon: "i %  -• .l -i. %  >. %  i Help? il i i i in TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Heywood. 1725 Monroe st Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. i', ii. IN \ m |. III .-• rnion M %  I1 %  : In r ll.-i-SII I III da I I li.n III Mllxvnh: Rli hard Abrairm, .,mi Mi.-. Si.lii, > i'.. Her • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 ChajO ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. %  i | s I.", p in Sel iiii Vnple li" '!' I '•ill U S lliolll Pea inr Mitiivnl : %  i I ,i .i.iii.in i i. ...11 i: .. n M und Mi S'ailiiin Sn • • TEMPLE EMANL'-EL. 1701 Witon ave. Conservative. R.-.bb. Ir\ ng Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 13' NI Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. N Cantor Jacob Bornstem. 1 • TEMPLE JUOE-. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabb. Morder li i .HI. I .1. %  in.II %  S.i I • TEMPLE MENORAH. 62D 75th 8:1." n in i '.u--i api-akei (' f William W'-li'i''-. uper\ !-••• 1'ivll l>e fenxe Division I'.nlfount) Sa I I..|.,II iiii-in. II talk "ii ^ hether or not I .ill.mi Shelter* Should be Built." • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Can. tor Albert Glantz. i"iiii.i\ '•:::" |. in. Sermon: I '"• %  My hSilher siill Mve?" Dnea Shabbal host: Slsierl i Hatunlu> !• im Sermon: tiur Hod' or Jusi the '(Sod ,,r our l-'.iiliiis""' Bar Mitxvah: Barry, son of Mi and Mrs, i Zuekerman • — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Friday 8:1." p.m. Sermon; "Modesty Kxemplified in tit*Joseph I>rama.' i in, ^ Shabbnt hosts: Mi ami Mm. Nathan Beekei li honor of i hell i diliim anniversarj Satui da> '• i i Sermon "Wekb Portion of ibo i. i • TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Coldfarb. Kri-inv V::II p.m. s-iiii'in: "Boldnesn and Temerity." Raturdas 9:30 in Bar Mltsvah David., son "i Mr ..nd Mrs. Hnskell Mbermiin. • YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Krlday ^ !•'• p.m Bermon: rhi PaaNive i rn.-'' • inu siiiiiii,.ii hisl 8Ui, rhoiiil. Saturda) B a.in. miiiuuiifflBiiiiiiiiiHioii,iiiiiiiii.ii!iiiiiiiiiiii'iwiriiio"Ss CANDLtUGHTING TIME 8 Tebet — 5:17 p.m.



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Page 10-C vJenisf' Ffrrffjfi&r Friday, December 15, 19811 = 'Collective Responsibility' Bill Hit JERUSALEM — JT.\) The Mapai'Sponsored-biil on collective responsibility for Israel's new Cabinet ran into a barrage of criticism al Its first reading m the Knesset rbrs week The measure provides thai :i Cabinet member who fails to support Cabinet position in the Knesset, either bj voting against or abstain%  iting on a measure em. such a Government posiiion, -'.ill be ..eemed to have au. ill] resigned • er provision is that if the party of a Cabinet member similarly fails to support a Govern::• • % %  • bill and the Government %  silo ~< Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel, jr., national president of Women's Division, American Friends oi Hebrew UniversM reets Fren Ambassador Armand Bercrd (left) end Consul P. F. Migone (right' at third cnr.ual benefit for the Jerusalem school -sponsored by the junior committee of the women's group New York City. H Ithin a week of the Knesset vote on that bill decides iiiat the party violated collective responsibility, then that party.Minister in the Cabinet will be considered as having wesigned. • Herut leader Menahem Beigin said the bill infringed on HM authority of the Knesset because it was an attempt to impose Government control over proposed legis ation. Liberal party deputy lihar Harari asserted that the bill stemmed from an incident in the third Knesset when Achdut Avofa voted against the Government en the issue of Israel arms sales to West Germany but refused to quit the Cabinet. I [e ( nt< tided cat it mutual contd i exist I i the bill would i re on •ro in Is thai %  ble for thi part; Fustic* Minister ne I to pn er I'H Govei nenl From %  • ct both to I nd to the ill-aid the < i r irated the concept that it a as nwill ol the : itj oi the Government, it shoul quit the coalition. In action Involving Israel's relations w : th South Africa, the Knesset rejected by *r\ overwhelming majority two motions for debate on Israel's anti Apartheid votes in the United Nations General Assembly. Ark h Ben-Eliezer of Herul and Shlomo Lorencz ol Agudal Israel senti the motions. They cnti cized Isra< I's support ol the U s condemnation of South Um < -Mi m<. thou h both rejected the concept "i Apartheid. H iwever, Hen Gurion said e l> lid not have been true to Itc-. to cur moral hi ritagc and to our position in the family ol' nations il w< had no! j lined in this proti -: Talking over success of lasl week's testimonial dinr.sr to Irving Schctzman aro (left to right) co-chairman Gerald Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Schatrman, co-chairman Alien Goldberg, and Miami 3each Vice Mayor Malvin Englander, who extended gretinqs on behalf of the city. Schatzman was feted oy the Miami Beach Lodne of B'nai B'rith. of which he is servng a second term as president. Dr. Wolf son to Speck "Psychologj ol Spinoza" will be the topic of a talk by Dr. Abi s Wolfson Wednesday, 7:45 p.m., prior to the Philo-ophy Study Group meeting at the home of Mrs Kale Maidenberg, 1760 James ave. General discussion will follow, S ..t the •.. superb service • .. incomparable facilities for PRIVATE PARTIES BANQUET! WEDDINGS • LUNCHEONS MEETINGS. COCKTAIL PARTIES Let us show you our beautifu private rooms and exquisite pub! c which can bo nude available for an) event ...highlighting the plu*h new I n R i '•. • i : den Roc it its regal best! VI • will be memorable or.-. v. he ited at the l.den R JACQl'ES OSTADVt, I PHONf JE2JJ61 OCEANFPONT. 45iH to 47lh Sts MIAMI BEACH fr You'll find corrplete Have thai 0 facilities to exactly satisfy Business Meeting. <& your needs in the y Banquet, or & Aladdin, Scheherazcde and Special Occasion ** Rubaiyaf Rooms, be it for a r. wedding or a private pjri/ 1 Ait the top lnform>o>m HAZEL ALISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-635". Stti St. A Collins Catnoheor.*. Teae. Receptlone. B.nqu.o, Pertiee. Olnne>ro from 20 to 2000 catered In the? m.nn.r of the) Diplomat ... on unhurrl.d, t tf -IWntlvo. .ot-iDok.n eervice that makeo em ovont m* your occaeK THE DIPLOMAT MOTH AND COUNttV ClUS IJOO f—t ** 0 **•> MNnMMHMw *MH Information: Dofn.nic ^&f^G/mtfmt^ Complete Catering Facilities for that Special Party served In superb fashion, within a luxurious setting that will reftact your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS -^ BANQUETS • MfMINGS • r ARTIES A Tete a tete or a gala celebraUOA with 3,500 guests. GDEAUVILLE Supervised Kosher Cafering Available •ILL GOLDRINQ. Catering DirOCtOT PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON THE OCEAN AT 87lh STRiET MIAMI BC*CM



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Friday, December 15, 1961 t'Jemsfi fkrurfncir LEGAL NOTICE Page 11-C i\ c I I %  !M THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORID*. IN PROBATE No. 54527-C i;i: Estai MORRIS II. LEV1NE, NOTICE TO CREDITORS \!l cTedltors and A1I Persons Hav Mi nds Aga Insl >.i,.i i ire I I "M'-l : %  ti l I-. i ,| ;,, presi %  | mj claims and ile which. +j,' 'ii.i'. bin.-, mtuitiart : :. > ii. I. i. \ i .\ i. : i .I, i 'ountj II..i., the l' iun Judg< of I lade .. i I %  • ; : %  • .in.' iii duplii .i % %  ... pros ..i % %  MI Seel Ion 7 : %  • ~-., :i I heir ofl i. In in I ade i 'n.iii(."lorl.la, >• hin BIJ> I'uii .., Iilr • I e of I he fil i. ,, • p. i: %  • >r I he .i me will i. irr'eil i ned .it v ami, Florida, ilii:.-i!i j ,, ,,, \'oi .1. \ l 1961. PE VIM. LEVINE As Administratrix i. :c>N \ EPSTEIN \ liey for Iml %  ••-•'• i!ri\ i iln Fid '•'laml iteach, Fla 12/8-1...22-29 NOTICE UNDER FlCTi I lOUd NAME LAW \11TI E IS H •: :'i I IIVKN thai : rsigned lesinng tn engug, in -.-. un lei 'itious n..in...I I I'M. RAR i1 I 5th Street, Mill, h, % %  "' id i • tends i.i register •i, w tthe Clerk of the 'lrilt i irt o Dade 11111 v Kim %  • s\ Mi'l-:I. IKKNS4 IN .• %  •.ii h 8 .' .ii fa II 24, 12 %  • r 9*mv BY HENRY LEONARD 'Sorry Madam ... but Chanukah preceded Christmas this year." Cp. IMI, Oiu S'sJuciloiH LEGAL NOTICE I --.E C'PCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOIC AL CIRCUIT IN i\D FOR 3OH COUNTY. FLOR.OA INC-4NCER>. Mo. 61C ?2i25 ... SAVINGS RANK, • ,N. R -' : '• I.ENoRA -• •TMBSTS "RATION • T II K> If K. I %  % %  %  idill NOT.CE OF SUIT K i II., w %  led Moi '-.. J. %  In A i ; VRK HKH • N< ITIF1RI filed ai iii the f In i he movi i ..irnnd ciu -•• for the p I the mortgn V 111^ Ii' % % %  %  1I • %  I %  bl .-.: .n i ..I.( 'ount) I'I •!'r>.-. %  i i %  : I irlda %  with the i dlott ing Items ol ; located ii -'I permaueiii s • d as a Bin oi the Improvi :, said land sliding < I lass !>>• rub Enclosure Range G.E. Model N > J-400-M Refrigerator G I Model N>>. LB-ll Ins Maahine i I E Model No. WA.---.0 \' %  i are hereby required to serve a of your jns*er or other pleadn Plaintiffs attorneys: JOHN D. i.\ and WIl.Bl K C. ROI.USS. 1 0 B.E. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida., FRanklln I-M:'.. and Me the original or pleading ; n the office of i clerk HI said Court on or before the L'lstday 6f %  December, '1961 II fall to do -o. a decree pro convvill be entered against you r %  ),.. relief demanded In the Complaint. WITNESS my hand and seal of said at Miami, Ltette County, Ptoc-1 %  this 21st day of November. 1981. B. It. LF1> THERM AN Clerk of saia Circuit Court • i ) By v P. COPELAND l>e.jut. Clerk 11/24. 12/1-8-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. $1C 12325 '. V I Wl' l.l is .! -. Plaintiff, J.wrE CHRISTINE WILLIAMS. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION vi>r. .IANII: CHRISTINE WILLIAMS*, c/o Mrs Thomas, 141* •MARKS CHl'Rili ROAD, AUtlUSTA, 1 V are notified ti serve a cops ol 1 iur answer to Divorce Complaint led against vou on Plaintiff's attorn-y, OEOROK NICHOLAS, l-'l^ N.W Itl St., Miami. I-*!a. .in.I file original with Clerk of this Court on or before !'.">2. othe.:-l~complaint will 1 mfessed bv v ou. OATED November 27. IML K B. LIOATIIIKMAN. Clerk I>ade Count. Circuit Cmirt i -• %  I) Ry: HELP'S KES8I.BR, beput.. Clerk u 1-S-1.-.-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 11857 SHERMAN P. BATTS. I'laintilf, CARRIE BATTS, I %%  •fendaat. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V(r. CARRIE BATTS. (address unknown) are herebj notified to serve %  copy of your Answer to divorce >mplaint filed against you on the 'i das ..f Nbvember, i6L b> the ''laintlffs attorney, Oakley O. Smith. l N.W. First Avenue, Miami, Flori In File original wttn Clerk of this -'in on or before the Mth das -' her, 1981, otherwise I'omplaln' HI be taken i i ml wed b) yo I. B. I'. LK v 1'HERMAN • •lerk or -aid %  rcull Court %  >N SEN % %  NOTICE O c SLIT l'{>: El.l'/.AL ; :. | |"| • -• %  • w %  -i. • ;: \* I VoU U I| %  -: r %  ed .4 : %  --. full III the Cll i'..-,r f thi ludlctal I ... u Liade. County to for, ,.. i ii ir'.g u the foil ivs ur; I. b d r I..,i K1RST Al 1>I I'lON T< l MYRTLE liR' VK dl to : V -i •-• %  •' %  % % % %  I Ii i'lal E! "7 al i' .• %  %  2 l' bl • Records ide i %  nts Fl i v.. .• ; i i t.i file your :m>u ,.r to pis m :iint with the : he II esald 'o r( I ve ips •.: %  %  '! upon plain ... MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor I .,...-,, | illdlng, Mla nl '-. Florida, n 't later than Jai iars I'. r :i l '•'"' •I %  '' Conl M a ill be entered igainsts i. ited i ii i -mber '. IMI I LLATHKKMAN Clerk ol the < 'trcull • :ourt taeal) Bj K M. LYM v\ Deput> C'eik MARTIN FINK Attorney for Plaintiff .•! ; nor lads ft ral Build Miami 32, Florida 12 I • --•-•*. I .1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. S1C '3075 I:STI:I.LI: M VA'ESferON, Plaintiff, HENRTHITOO WEB80S, l tefendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR HENRI HI GO WKSS. iv Residence I'nkonwn. Y ,u a.e herebj notified that a comnlalnt for divorce has ben filed % %  :,-..., ... n the above styled court ,.; RSTELLE M. WESSON, and you ..."\... COpJ oi > our III th, .-lerk of the above styled cart on or before the i-r. daj of J&nuurj' IM 2 therwi** Judgment bj .1^.iit will t.e taken against you for the r || .f lem inde-l In the co 6th day ol December. lM1 K. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk ol t'lrcult < 'o Hi K M I.V.MAN. beput) Clerlc ij s .,-...._..., -...I i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY HIVES thai the undersigned, desiring to enga lesa mderthe fictitious names o CNOELOS BARBKH SHOP. pww•,AI. BARBL'R SHOP at R801 8.1*. Mtk "la-. Miami. FlorWa.intends ; ; register -aid names with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade Count>, norldl AMonip vAi.nivA Sole Owner SKTHI'U KARUCK Vtt,rne for Applicant 3101 Blscayne Blvd. u/f ^ ,„,,.„.,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD ClAL C'RCLIT OF FLORIDA l\ AMD FOS DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 525: Vli H.A \'l 'KK I It \ %  ONNII NH !' %  • %  lam NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ro: CuNNI Yo|ARE HEREII I X' >TIK : : : i ,i Complulnl ha % % %  • • i^ali sou !•• VU 'L.\ Mi-KLi.s. and th fore, i ou ari retji Ireil to file • %  i .\ nnss-ei Itti the > 'lei k of thi and serve %  ••: %  > there il • ALFRED KREISI ER v for Plaintiff, 500 Mnsle Building ami 32, Florida, "ii or before da) ol Januai ) i *••.. >l hera %  • i I '• i i... i *r. i i '.MI;. .--. • ui I %  '• en agulnsl ^.'i HATKii this Sth daj ..f I b er, 1961, E B. t.KATHKKMAN erk of the (ircult Co irt (seal) Bj K. M LYMAN, %  ••..lit* <'lerk ALFRED KREISLER Attol iie\ lor I'l.iinuu :.'..i Alnsli} Building Miami 32, Florida lr 13-22-29, l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 13147 HOLLAR BAVINOS BANK OF THE CITY or NEW YORK, a Ne York corporation. Plaintiff, \ s. CLAYTON L. \vi H !•';:. et al, Defendants. To: CLAYTON L. Wl ILFE in I .1 CAN N KTTI: V W( >LKK 24 Hart Street (*ohoes. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai ,i .-uii has been brought against yoi by DOLLAR BAV1NOS BANK 01 THE CITY OF NEW YORK, In thi above-entitled Court, to oryclose i mortgage encumbering the followln< described property, to-wlt: Lot T. Block -'.. CORAL WAY VILLA* IE. SECTION "A", PART :.. according to the phtt thereof, recorded In PI n Book 'I'. at page IT. of the public records of Dade County, Florida: Together with: Venetian blinds: i uric b ii ..\.--i and range units CWMCX and BR-4 w cabinets and you are required to file your answer with th.Clerk of the Circuit Court of D.cie County, Florida, a: the Courthouse in Miumi, Florida, on ..i t.er,,re Januars l, !:••>%  and to < i a cop. of such unswer upon OAVII' I' CATS.si.sN. PlalntlfCs attorney. who.-.addrest Is 14th Floor at l1 FJast Flagler str--t. Miami 82, Florida, BS required i>> the Laws of Fiorda. II i .ii fall to do .-.>. the complaint will be t:ik.-n as confessed > % %  v.. II .un! a Decree Pro Confeso will iie entered against yon for the %  detn inde I In the c implalnt, DATED thi. 8th daj of D % %  • %  %  i 1961. i: B. l.EATHERMAN i 'lerk of t 1 •• I 'Ircult Court l8ea |i By: K. M LYMAN, i leputs lerk I>.\\ ID P CATSMAN nth Floor at i"i Ii. ilagler St. Miami !2. IWIdft. lvti -ta-9. If* NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the MI.I.I n.il. di'Hirlnu to ig -. %  in lliiill llldei the i Ictli nanu sih IRE B SKFIRV .,2.-.IH s v. sn. • y. un Plu > int. • ito r-i .... ilth the Cli I 'il. Il 'OU I llf I ,,!• %  %  Ida I ,\ M BAKERY C< I Its : BellJ'iiiun I .-' %  r flE< iRi %  %  :. A S1FJ.S ,\ RITTER Attol n -\.I-. • %  A .1 '• %  In irporuti m I.'.U .^\ I -' S \li.i i : IS, i .i i %  i-ir,.;2-2'' IN THE CIRCUIT COL T OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'N ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY Nj. 6IC RICH S RD .11 IHN W( M.KS I'FXI Rial! \... I-.1SI7I.I.A Wl iLFSTELLI Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO C1ISELLA WLILFSTELLEH |I. 1/..1 1679 i lua a.iuii. Ecuador YOI'ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. A copj of %  > Answer must be %  r I attorney, .lnSKi'H W MA1.EK, l"7 %  Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ftorl I i IM.I file the original In the offii the Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt In and for 11 itle l 'onni s Florida n be %  %  i • the t-'i'i 'i ly ol iii Herein fail not [I t gaIn > I • %  I '' lief pr i \ ed for in the Coi I • VT1 ID this Sth da> il ei ifii it \'i, %  R. a< '• i > %  i id i : LE VTHF'RM V N Clerk K. M LYM vN Depul 12 %  S ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal noticeg. We appreciate ycrui patronags azd guarantee, accurate service at legal rates nua in 3-1005 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE i HF:RF:B GIVEN that the undi engage in i i > 111 %  %  i i %  %  i THE iVINT r AC .' >UY • >F l-"i. IR IDA ul 4618 E. 10 Com His Inten %  i register hald name with the i 'lei k of th* lit Courl i >a l Plain ii BFN VMIN I LE Bi >F'F :: VI.BERT \: • %  : ... i Vppl I ( %  :•.• W r ... SI Ml iml IJ %  -22-29 H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE iHEREBY <:iv F.P I ,eslrlng to engage In ...|. the flctitlou the business tint in of TllxIR PRINTING INK MWI SCP, ir its ,• IM N.W J9th Ave, MlNOT'CE OF A PPL -VT.CN FOR TAX DEED File S2239 NOTICE is i i '' • • • • O S'"gl ..; -I VI || Ortll iitef numl •• -; f0 1..1! IJI", A I' I 1 has fil. i • %  %  I it lun for > i .-•. thi • n In • I a s -n! %  • • .. i P r ;n [hide Coil n l Stal >l F i. I Lot '. Block ::•'.. Twelfth Street i Plal Bn ik :. Page • I City ol State ol blorlda, > embi AI ed In ( -.. • |ft, ate No T '" The .i-.-%  men) >f said property un ler the .. Mil .•11f'os te Issued was ii name ..i I'nknown. l...t 10 I---.s Bl re B ick 1, M irk's Subdivision., Plat Book I Page I'v in the Cltj "f Miami. I' tv ..i Dade, Btate ol Florida, as embraced In Certificate No I"7" The assessment ot nald pn>perts under the said certificate Issued iin the name of I'nknown. I'nl.-s. said certificates shall lie releemed according to law, tax I • i will Issue thereon on the 27th day of December. A.11 I96L I>i-e.i this 21st day if NovenibeA.D. 1961. E >:. LEATHERMAN Clerk Clrcbll Court. I. trie i' "inn Ml n I (seal) Bv R. M LEEPER, I leputj Tier 1 11/24, 12 '1-8-1 •--"NOTICE: UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT GIVEN thlt d I ngage I n %  i i I VYT 'V IN 'ERN '• %  '.. \ W l: v t end l %  • • %  iun of Dade i' .%  I tVARD Vttoine: \ %  I NOT ; £ L NOSR F • •. thai %  I I >.: > 1 n • i • ....... \ %  .f Fluri I i ....... v v V( IN /.ASI.-T .. \ • i %  fir A 40" Llm • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undertdg l. I di ng l --;.-:e in business indei the fictitious i...i-:e of HAIDUCK APAR ["MENTS it 850 U I V.'.L' Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, egl ade County. Florin, to the County Judges of Ha.l. •oiin'v. and file the same In dupllcati ind as provided In Section 733.16 '•lorlda Statute-, in their offices ir he County Courthouse in Dade Counts Fl irlda, within si\ calendar months from* the tme of the first publication hereof, or the same wll be barred Dated at Miami, Florida, this i''" I ij HI November A.II. I'-ll !• RuBERT BREITBART BERNARD B. BREITBART As Co-Adminlstrat EDO vi; LEWIS Vtt"ine> for the I'state of RFGINA BREITBART, d 1823 dul'ont Bldg., Miami F"fl 11/M. 12/1-8-1.. iml wll '' • '" %  •' .rt of Hi le C %  intj I : RS i' !' 'RB a Owner [,EON VR' 'v v VppllCS 162 • I 12,8-l.-.-22-29 CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DAOE COUNTY. FLA. No. 61C 12174 ELINOR I/H'ISE STEIN, Plaintiff, GEORGE SAMUEL STEIN, Helen.lant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOC. GEORGE SAMUEL STEIN, 4667 Brj/an St., Apt. L Dallas G. rexas arc notified to serve a copj your answer to Divorce ompiauit hied against you on Plaintiff's attornes GEORGE NICHOLAS. 1218 NVi 7th St Miami. III. and file original with Clerk of this Court on or be Jnnuan v 1962. otherwise c in plalni will i> %  mfessed '^ you. DATED December 1. B>61. r B LEATHERMAN. Clerk ,.,. ,|, Bv: HELEN KESSLER Ivputy Clerk 12/8-15-22-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54494 IN P.I.I Estate of VIVIAN ANNA RACE, formerly ANNA GERSTEIN, Het-ease.1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of VIVIAN ANNA PACE, formerlv ANNA GERSTEIN. d-.•eased late of Hade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provide.! i'i Section 733.16, Florida statutes, in their office* In the County Courthouse In Hade County, Florin... within six oalendar n mths from ihe time of the first publication here.,!". ,.' %  the same will be barred. Dated it Miami. Florida, th... 27th dav oi November, v.D. 19 ALFRED Z \-y<-r A.Executor CHF7REN ffOLOBN Attorneys for Executor iii.i," >i> m.ii.i Building Miami 32, Fl "iJ.t 12/8 IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH J U OICI AL Cl RCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLOR DA. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 12429 JANICE GAIL MILLEN, Pis lit c. v .-. MARVIN ARDELL Mil,I.EN. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU, MARVIN VRDELL MILLEN. Pettj Officer, 2i I Class, United States Navy, Naval Air Facility, Severn Rive:. Annapolis, Mar>land, are notified to serve a copj ol your Answer to Divorce Complaint Hied against vou on Plaintiffs attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS, 1218 N.W 7 St., Miami, Fla., and file original with Clerk of i!ii> c...irt on or before -•> December, IMI, otherwise complain! v>iil be confessed by vou. DATED, Nov. 17. 1961. E. B. LEATHERMAN i 'lerk ol s nl Clri ult Court (seal) By: C. L. ALEXANDER, Deputy Clerk ii 24, 12/1-8-15 NOTICE OF SALE MISS BAB.' LAKE c .. The i 'ornlsh Arms ',11 W. 23rd street New York C ty, New Y • '-. You are hereb) notified that the Bombaj Ho el I i bj virtue of a Landlord's Lien tordance with the laws ol the State of Florida, will sell the following Items, to*wlt 2 mink .-Mies 1 RCA TV set 1 Table Model Radio I Record Player 7 Dresses i: Pair ol i a.ii.-Slai ks .'. Bathing Suits 4 I'air ..f Shoes The sale will b.held on January 2, 1962, at |i> A.M at the Bombay Hotel, at 69th and Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. TALIANOFP, WALLER* LIT.VIAN Attorneytor Bombay Hotel I2l> Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 12/1-8-17.-22 'Beatnik Wife' Dance "Beatnik N'ite" will be the theme of a dance sponsored by Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults on Sunday, 9 p.m.. a; the Temple. Special features will include a Twist contest and prizes for the. most original dancing. Music will be by Walter Goodman and his band. Invited are young adults between 21 and 39. f



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 15, 1961

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:01715

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 34 Number 50
Miami. Florida, Friday, December 15, 1961
Three Sections Price 20c
Ask Death Sentence for ikhmann
AS CARDINAL CUSHING SEES IT
'Americanization' Seen
Weakening New Jewish
Contributions to US
BOSTON(JTA)A warning that the Americanization of the Jew
may produce a scattering and weakening of "the vast accumulation
of Jewish learning and culture" has been sounded by Richard Cardinal
Cushing, Archbishop of Boston.
The Cardinal told a meeting of
the Brandeis Club here that what-
ever might be said against the
European ghettoes of past periods,
"there was no reason to be anxious
in these centuries about the sur-
vival of Jewish tradition and cul-
ture." He said that this living
pattern "produced a Jewish com-
munity conscious of itself and one
SAN FRANCI5CO-(JTA)-Six of awarc o{ ,he extraordinary treas-
eight San Francisco youths on trial ures of the past which were hand-
here on charges of waging a 15- ed down by learned teachers from
p>onth campaign of anti Semitic
Frisco Youths
Plead Guilty
DIE?
generation to generation
terror against i Austrian immi-
grant and his wife pleaded guilty.
this week. The two others entered
pleas of innocent and their trial
uas set tor January 15 before Su-
|. rior Judge Harry Neubarth.
se pleading guilty will be sen-
ed Jan. 9. They tace maximum
cnces of three years in prison.
The terror campaign in April
I960 when neighborhood toughs..
> inging in age from 16 to 21, sys-i
tcmatically terrorized the couple.1
Mr. and Mrs. WUiam Bowman.
They called the couple at all
hours of night and snarled ob-
scenities and made anti-Semitic
remarks. Two of the youths
pleaded guilty before the trial.
They will be sentenced on Mon-
Continued on Page 12 A
In contrast, he said, the com-
plete Americanixation of the Jew
in this country posed the threat
that "the vast accumulation of
Jewish learning and culture will
now be dissipated into the wider
community and in the process
lose much of its strength in the
Continued on Page 5-A
Combined Jewish Appeal
Gets Underway in Miami
'Cog in Machine'
Defense Piea Nixed
By 3-Man Tribunal
JERUSALEM Dir !d JTA Teletype!At'
Genera'. Gideon Kausner. chief prosecutor of Adoli
Eichmann, asked the court Wednesday to render the
death penalty on tr.e former Gestapo Colonel. (See
"Judgment." P-ge 2-A
With the reading of the 100.000-word guilty"
judgment completed Tuesday, the court announced
that Dr Robert Servatius, Eichmann's West Ger-
man defense counsel, also would address the court.
He was expected to challenge the jurisdiction of the
three-justice court in the unprecedented trial.
After the reading of the verdict was com-
pleted, Eichmann was instructed to rise to his feet
to hear the announcement of his conviction on all
counts of the indictment. He
listened for 25 minutes without
any perceptible change in his ex-
pression. Dr. Servatius then
asked for an adjournment to en-
able him to consult his client re
gardirtg his planned statement
to the court on the matter of
Eichmann's sentence.
rot mnmt fiatums
PAGl J-C; 6 AND 7-C
Greater Miami'.* Combined Jewish Appeal campaign for 1962 gets
underway Friday with "New Horizons as Its theme and as its goal.
Cal Kovens. 1962 campaign chairman, sounded the keynote for
the drive with a challenge:
"The New Horizons are there
for our community (here's no
doubt about that. New Horizons
in service. New Horizons in giv-
ing. New Horizons in humanity.
We have only to strive for these
New Horizons, and I have every
hope we will do so in the 1962
campaign."
Kovens announced a series of
Supreme Court to Investigate
Prayers in the Public Schools
WASHINGTON (JTA) The constitutionality of a daily prayer
recitation in New York public schools will be considered by the United
States Supreme Court next spring. The high court agreed this week i .op_|e,/e| appointments to cam-
Reading of the judgment re
quired 16 hours and at the con
elusion, the court intimated that
it would not consider arguments
advanced in mitigation of ttie
crimes for which it convicted the
56 year-old defendant. Dealing with
the defense plea that Eichmann
had to obey orders of his superiors
j in his part in the deportation and
'slaughter of 6.800.000 European
Jewish men, women and chil-
dren, the court declared this ara t
ment would not be considered even
Continued on Paqe 11-A
i to rule on the prayer, which was
BUMETT B07H tUCTlB CIMIBMAN
ADL Slates Board Meet;
Schultz to Speak Sunday
recommended in 1951 by the New ?d\gn posts.
York Board of Regents for all pub-, Samuel N. Friedland was named j
lie schools in New York State and chairmaa of the pacesetters Divis-
which was upheld in a series of
tests in state courts. The prayer
is: "Almighty God. we acknowl-
edge our dependence upon Thee
and we beg Thy blessings upon us.
our parents, our teachers and our
country."
fO ADDITIONAL STORKS
The Supreme Cur-t agreement
to examine the ime will be its
first on the highly controversial
dispute. Five families with 10
children in school in New Hyde
Park in surburban Nassau coun-
ty are the complainants. Two
are Jewish, one it Unitarian, one
is a member of the Ethical Cul-
ture Society and one is a non-be-
liever.
They contended, in their appeal
Continued on Page 8-A
ion. Howard Kane was selected
as chairman of the Campaign Cab-
inet. Hyland Rifas will head the
Trades n I Pr f< ssions Co in
Leon Kap
Profess Di\ si '' rt
Macht, c (airman I MercantUe
Division: Mrs Fa> Ablin chair-
man of initial Gats for the Worn-
Ion's Division: Robert Russell,
chairman of the Manufacturing
and Transport Division: Burton B.
i Goldstein, chairman of the Serv-
ices Division: apd Daniel Neal Hel-
ler, chairman of general solicita-
tions.
PACIS 2 AND 3-C
Annual meeting of the Florida
regional board of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai Brith will
convene Sunday. 930 ajn., a: the
Algiers hotel. Some 4C0 board
members and friends of the
League will meet for the morn ng
business session and for the noon
award luncheon.
ADL membi ra fi >m Jacksonville.
Daytona Beach, rampa, St. Peters-!
bur- Orlando, the Palm Beaches,
Ft Lauderdale, Ft. Pierce, Sara-
sota. and Hell loin Dade NFW yoRK-fJTA)American Jews raised S60.000.000 n
count u nination of ,^ ^ Uaited jLnvish Appeal to aid Israel's immigrants and
'.oca! agenej
Bias Probe
On in Capital
WASHINGTON (JTA) At-
torney General Robert F. Kennedy
was disclosed this week to have
ordered an investigation by trie
FBI in a fashionable Washington
suburb FBI agents have been in
terviewing homeowners in Wesley
Heights to determine whether re-
strictive covenants signed 30 years
ago are a violation of anti-trust
regulations.
The suburban development
is
Key appointments went to Mrs. ere of several in the area bunt
and sold by the W. C. and A. H.
Continued on Page 5-A
Continued on Page 3-A
UJA Votes $95 Million Goal for '62
e views of
NfNOT SCKUITZ
... principal speaker
the Florid I
A new slate of officers headed
by Burnett Roth as chairman
Continued on Page 7-A
and
, express fcr ,he '
Jews overseas.
. ,,i 1S. 1D62 in view of the
v arious > "'" -
creased immigration to Israel anc"
other lands.
Thousands of lives depend up-
lon our raisin,; S33.000.000 next
were asked Sunday to contribute S95.00o.000 in
emergency situations iai for
the
.car over and above the $60,000.-
000 raised this year.' Joseph
Meyerhoff, UJA general chair-
man, told 1.5J0 leaders of Jewish
es from all parl -
opening '
..i> annual nal ion il con-
i the United J
["he Increased pace of
-....... (ration to [si
ather > mntries, including
Hates, makes this increased
Continued on Page 6-A


Page 2-A
+Je*if Fkriljar
Friday, December 15, 1361
Judgment Sets Stage for Adolf Death Penalty
JERUSALEMAttorney General Gideon Hausner early Wsdrves-
day asked the three-rr.an court presidir-j in the trial of Adolf Eich-
mann to render the death penalty on the notorious former Gestapo
Colonel judged guilty in the Naii slaughter of six million Jews. It is
expected that the court will pronounce sentence on Friday .about 2
a.m., Miami time1. To be cons:dered in the sentencing is the facr
that Israel has no capital punishment, and would have to pass a
special law to carry out the death penalty. Also raised is the ques-
tion of how Eichmann's body would be disposed of after execution.
In a dramatic n-th hour plea, EicSmarm, readies a prepared state-
ment, said he was "disappointed" in his "failure" to receive justice
in Israel, charging that "I do rot recognize" th* guilt pronounced
upon him, and repeating that he was merely a cog in the machine
of the German will.
JERUSALEM IJTAi Uriel's
three-man District Court here.
Which tried Adolf Eichmann on a
15 count indictment. Mondas tound
the ex-Nazi guilty on all counts.
The verdict was unanimous.
Presiding Justice Mo>he La^duu
announced, when the court recon
vened at 9 a.m. in the hushed
chambers at the Beth Haam. that
the prosecution had "established
the entire bill of indictment'
a-ninst the defendant Following
that announcement, the court be
gan reading the judgment. Three
sessions were held morning
alternoon and evening
Eichmann had beor. charged
specifically with crimes agar.-t
the Jewish people, crimes agjtr.s'
humanity, war crimes, and mem-
bership in organizations declared
criminal" by the International
Military Tribunal at Nuremberg
;n 1946. Twelve of the 15 counts
in the indictment carry the max-
imum penalty of dea'h. The court
had taken exactly four months,
since the trial was concluded on
Aug. 11. to deliberate the case and
formulate its judgment. The trial
itself lasted four months, having
opened last Apr. 11.
The former Gestapo Colonel,
now convicted of having directed
the annihilation of 6.000,000 Eu-
ropean Jews during World War
II, stood, ramrod straight in his
bullet-proof, glass-enclosed booth
in the courtroom, as Justice
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Landau opered the morning ses-
sion. He showed no emotion
whatever as he heard the ver-
dict. After requesting him to
sit dewn. Justice Landau started
reading the 300-page judgment.
Later, that task was shared by
the two other jurists on tha
court. Judge Yitzhak Raveh and
Judge Binyamin Halevi.
"The charges of unsurpassed
severity. a>cribed to the accused."
stated the judgment. -reier to the
period of Hitler's regime in Ger-
many, and paragraphs in the in-
dictment encompass the catas-
trophe which befell the Jewish
people during that perioda story
of bloodshed and suffering that
will be well remembered to the
end of time. The catastrophe has
been discussed id court proceed-
ings, dealt with extensively at the
International Military Tribunal at
Nuremberg and elsewhere But.
this time, it occupied the central
place in these court proceedings.
"There was a desire under-
standable in itself to give a
comprehensive and precise his
torical description of events that
occurred during the catastrophe
and. in so doing, emphasize also
the unbelievable feats of heroism
performed by ghetto fighters,
those who mutinied in camps, and
by Jewish partisans.
"There are also those who re-'
gard this trial as a platform for j
clarification of questions of great:
import, some of which arose from i
the catastrophe while others, of
long standing, have emerged once i
again in more acute form because ;
of unprecedented sufferings that
were visited upon the Jewish peo->
pie and upon the vt >rld as a whole
in the middle or' the Twentieth
C (nturj "
Justice Landau then posed some
of these questions, isking: "How
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peopl<> in whoso midst the
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sible to avert the catastrophe, at
least in part, if tie Allies had dis-
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this ancient disease be cured,
and by what means? What is
the lesson which Jews and other
nations must learn from all this
in regard to every man's rela-
tionship to othars?"
The court then cited its author
ity in this case, pointing to the Is-
rael law of 1955 authorizing the
trial and punishment, upon con-
viction, cf Nazis and their collab-
orators The defense had. at the
beginning of the trial last April,
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Thi> point is fully expected now to
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Judge Halev:. 'aVin-^ up the
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shown that "Israel i. min *.. ,,
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SEE Eichmann Judjed
Guilty, Page 7-A
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""Jenis* fhrMRun
Page 3-A
Israel Accepted in Economic Group
GENEVA(,ITAiIsrael was ac-1 and other European countries
cepteel this week as a lull mem-|uhilc ignoring or rebuffing raeli
bur of the General Agreement on
Tariffs and Trade (GATT), the in-
ternational organization which
deals with the reduction of tariff]
barriers to trade among member
countries.
Mr. ard Mrs. Jack A. Cantor, who will serve as Grand Mar-
shals ci the Ambassador's Eall, are sepn at a dinner where
they were honored for "extraordinary achievements on behalf
of Israel's economic development through the Israel Sond
program." Cantor at the time was chairman, with the late
Sam Critt, of the Israel Bond Organization, and is now chair-
man of the board of governors.
Cantors to Serve as Grand Marshals
At Israel Bond Ball Here Dec. 27;
Shneerson and Gov. Bryant Slated
Eligible to attend are Sponsors,
Guardians, Builders and Trustees
of Israel, categories represent-
ing those who have purchased a
minimum of S1.0C0 in Israel Bonds
during 1961.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Cantor
v. ill serve as Grand Marshals of
the Ambassador's Ball to be held
Wednesday evening. Dec. 27. at the
I mtaincbleau hotel under auspices
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
( ; sanitation.
Cantor is former chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization, and now
serves as chairman of the board
overnors.
Among his achievements on be-
half of Israel through the Israel
Bond program was his idea and
development on a national level
of the Golden Trustee program.
Golden Trustees are purchasers
of 550,000 in Israel Bonds in one
year.
other Miami leaders heading ef-
forts tor the Ambassador's Ball
include Samuel Friedland, chair-
man Of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion: Mrs. Jack Katzman. chair-
man of the Women's Division; and
Mrs Anra Brenner Meyers, chair-
m in of the Ambassador's Corps of
Hosts.
The Ambassadors Ball this year
Is expected to surpass previous
years in glamor and social flare,
it was stated by Mrs Meyers.
Guests of honor will be Ambassa-
dor Mordekhai Shneerson and Gov
Farris Bryant, of Florida. They
will be joined by many distin-
guished luminaries trom the arts,
government and civic endeavors.
The Ambassador's Ball will cli
max Greater Miami's 1961 efforts
fur Israel Bonds.
A highlight of the evening will
be the presentation ol awards to
1961 Trustees. Builders. Guardians
and Sponsor-.
The program will include pre-
sentation of flags of Latin Ameri-
can nations to the Governor of
Florida by members of the Pan-
American Friends of Israel Good-
Will Tour.
Thoe flags were given to the
Pan-American Friends for presen-
tation at the Ball during the recent
good-will voyage of Miami leaders
to Latin American countries The
presentation of the Hags will be
made by Cruise Commodore Carl
Weinkle. and members ol the hon-
orary crew.
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Continued from Page I -A
Miller Company which has been
under criticism for requiring
buyers to sign agreements which
ban resale or rental of property
without the company's express
consent.
Observers here said that al-
though all Miller-sold houses still
come with attached restrictive cov-
enants, the investigation of a de-
velopment dating back three dec-
ades was intended as a dramatic
demonstration of the fact that
such restrictions arc still in effect.
No legal action is presently planned
by the Justice Department, how-
ever, it was reported.
Israel was elevated to full from
associate membership by a vote of
32 of the 35 member states Paki-
stan voted agains; Israel. Two ab-
stentions were made in secret, but
it was learned that one abstaining
country v. as Indonesia
Barbossa de Silva, of Brazil, the
chairman of the current set
Of GATT. v elcomed Israel ai
pr issed the hope that Israel's co
operation would be profitable for
all members, lie stressed Israels
important and constructive contri-
butions to the work of GATT since
its provisional joining in 1959.
Moshe Bartur, had of the Is-
rael delegation, expressed his
unqualified belief that the spirit
of understanding of all prob-
lems and the atmosphere of
"give and take" would prevail
in future relations between Is-
rael and GATT. The economic
benefits accruing to Israel from
its GATT membership were ex-
pected to be considerable since
GATT now includes almost all
the western countries.
The emergence of the European
Common Market 'means for Is-
rael a gradual progressive exclu-
sion and separation from the eco-
| noinic area to which it belongs."
I Bartur told the GATT meeting.
The Israeli official explained at
j length Israel's situation and grow-
ing concern as the six-nation mar-
' ket made plans to include Britain
Flagler Federal
Launches Contest
Flagler Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. launched a "Live Rent
Free Write a Slogan" contest
Tuesday to celebrate its sixth an-
I niversary and the Jan. 2 opening
of its new $1 million building at
i 101 NE 1st st.
Paul II. Marks. Flagler Federal
president, said a total of 10 prizes
topped by six months rent (or
mortgage) payments await the
winners. Second prize is four
months rent: third prize, two
months; fourth prize, one month.
Lavish silver tea and coflee sets
round out the prize list.
Rules for entering the contest
are simple: Write a slogan, in six
words or less, which typifies Flag-
ler Federal and its services.
An impartial panel of judges
will select the winners shortly
after the contest closes at mid-
night, Dec. 29.
Entry blanks are available at
the present main office. 100 NE
2nd ave.. and at Flagler Federal's
branch office in the Biscayne Shop-
ping Plaza. 570 NE 81st St.
overtures to some kind of associ-
ation. He said that Isri s siti
ation was unique in that about 65
percent of its foreign trade was
carried out within the trad;!'.;; pat-
terns of V.'e.-tcrn Europe.
"The European communjl
its common outer tai iff a stab
a 2'i pen n1 ustoi
for oranges as compared i'h an
average of 14 percent for th
dividual national tariffs ol thi
::! \; member.' he poin .
x.i offer I n< ;ol iati
was made I i Israi
exporter to Furor. ig the
current GATT cor.! reni
phasized.
He warnH that countries with
such foreign trade problems as
Israel "will have no choice but
to adopt restrictive measures
and reduce export prices." He
added such treasures would
I strain "their already weak ecor?-
Omits and. might easily inv:!,
the:.- becoming entangled in a
growing number of trarfo dis-
putes cr in undes'red and III*
desirable deflections of tradi-
tional trade patterns."
,Israeli official ad-
It i was made from thi p
, i eli | counl rj I p i-
xpanding foreign I
i to any of the
.. economii gi i
living in one <"] I ar 1
face and pros perity ha > be-
. idi sible," he stn
... ,i ng beii I
v mo than 30 ol I icial w I
is ;. for trade and eca
I countries in w< i
Africa. Asia, the
and Canada, as well ..- /
rial members of
Economic Community
National JWV Meets in North
Rabbi Sam Silver, Stamford,
Conn., president of the Jev ish
Chaplains Assn.. urged the Jewish
War Veterans to work side by
'side with Jewish chaplains and
spearhead activities which affect
America."
In addressing the national exec-
utive committee of the Jewish War
Veterans at a recent meeting in
New York City. Rabbi Silver
stressed the role of JWV as the
"voice of fighting Jews." adding
i that he does not know of "any
groups with a more legitimate,
more valid application of a right
to Speak up on behalf of fairness
and be a voice of the Jewish com-
j munity than you who have earned
'this right through blood and
sweat "
. ;: a Ided thai he wished "there
i some way that, together, we
could invigorate ourselves and
" and magnify our \oice"
The Jewish chaplains leader
also announced plans for the ICOth
anniversary of the appointment by
President Lincoln of a Jewish
chaplain on Apr. 1. 1962.
I i ling th' Florida contingent
of JWV was Florida Department
Cmdr. Henrv Norton, of Miami.
Mrs. Reich is Guest
Mrs Alfred Reich, president,
District .">. B'nai B'rith Women, will
be guest of honor at a regular meet-
ing of Sunshine chapter on Tues-
day. Dec. 26. I p.m.. at the First
Federal Savings and Loan bldg.,
900 NF. IL'oth st.. No Miami.
Children See Ballet
Miami Ballet Company presen-
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Igor" on Sunday as Ihe second in
a series of cultural events for chil-
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Friday, December 15. 1961
8 Tebet 5722
Combined Jewish Appeal
Greater Miami opens its 1962 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign this week. (See Page
1-A; Page 1C, 6 and 7-C.)
One keynote of the new campaign is its
accent on youth Miami Jewry's determin-
ation to share the reigns of leadership of its
ortce-a-year philanthropic drive with a num-
bei of young men who have already made
their mark in the community's civic and eco-
nomic affairs.
But the others are traditional keynotes.
They remain, as in the pasfr the foundation-
stone of the Combined Jewish Appeal CJA's
humanitarian purposes.
We have said this often enough in these
columns, and it is repeated in our feature treat-
ment of CJA's 1962 opener: that the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation is the heart of the
Jewish community. In Federation lies the sound
principle of planning for community need. In
tho Combined Jewish Appeal of Federation is
embodied the once-a-year drive for philan-
thiopic funds to meet these needs.
If Federation is the heart of Miami Jewry,
what is the body? The body incorporates the
various agencies dedicated to a number
of professional fields that serve you daily:
The infusion of Jewish spirit into this
body by the inculcation of Jewish values
through a thorough coordination of curricula in
the religious schools of Greater Miami. (Bureau
of Jewish Education.)
The rendering of counsel to the family,
the sacred unit of Jewish life, as needed in the
areas of marital problems, adoption, child
care, and similar programs. (Jewish Family
and Children's Service.)
Concern for health through its minis-
tering to the sick and its research in behalf of
medical progress. (Mount Sinai Hospital.)
The establishment of a tender world for
the aged in their Golden Years and increasing
st-idy in the science of geriatrics to achieve
the principle that these years can be as fruit-
ful as those that went before. 'Jewish Home
for the Aged.)
Creation of facilities throughout the
county for organized leisure-time activities
geared to the needs of tots, teens, adults, and
the elderly. (Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.)
Professional handling of the agonizing
ADL Regional Meeting
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
will hold its annual Florida board meeting on
Sunday. The shift in officers will see Paul
Seiderman, who has held the board chairman-
ship for the maximum allowable three years,
being succeeded by Burnett Roth.
Both men are dedicated workers in behalf
of the ADL and other civic causes. During his
tenure in office", Seiderman's sense for human
relations saw the programs of the Florida re-
gion of the Anti-Defamation League become
an ongoing concern of academic institutions of
higher learning.
It saw the ADL here participate in a
variety of actions, whose outcome advanced
the ties of understanding between the Jewish
and general communities, and served to give
a boost to the concept that the preservation of
civil liberties must be central to our democratic
way of life.
Seiderman's successor has a laudable
record in this community's manifold affairs.
Burnett Roth has for many years been iden-
tified with the battle against anti-Semitism
virtually going back to the pioneer days of
South Florida. He is a longtime member of
B'nai B'rith here, a well-known Zionist leader,
and a former Miami Beach vice mayor.
The Sunday session will also see the an-
nual presentation of the Leonard L. Abess
Award in Human Relations to Cody Fowler,
a past president of the American Bar Assn.
problems experienced by capable and pro-
ductive persons who, for a variety of health
and emotional reasons, are "difficult" to em-
ploy. (Jewish Vocational Service.)
Rendering of assistance to the new-
comers among us those who have fled
tyranny for the freedom that is America. The
ongoing arrival here of members of the Cuban
Jewish community is the most current example.
(Service to New Americans of the National
Council of Jewish Women.)
This is the Combined Jewish Appeal's
local program. And what of overseas needs
the remnants of European Jewry still restive in
the shadow of the Nazi holocaust not yet his-
tory; the increasing immigration of Jews from
North African countries like Algeria and
Morocco?
And Israel, a singular jewel in the diadem
that is Jewish philanthropy, a principal bene-
ficiary of Greater Miami's Combined Jewish
Appeal?
This is what 1962 CJA will be about in
the months ahead. These are the traditional
keynotes to which Jewry here will offer its total
support in behalf of the heart of the community
as it is embodied in Federation's 1962 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
The Hebrew Academy
The annual dinner meeting of the He-
brew Academy on Sunday is perhaps the most
significant of all such meetings in the school's
fourteen years of existence.
This time, friends, parents, teachers, and
students of the school will gather in imminent
anticipation of the completion of the Acad-
emy's new facilities.
Going up on Pinetree dr. and 24th St.,
Miami Beach is a huge, modern series of
structures specifically designed and geared
for the educational needs of this all-day school.
Completion has been promised by March, and
Academy officials are as of now determined to
take occupancy next Apr. 1.
Thus comes to a conclusion the long and
arduous campaign waged over the years by
the Hebrew Academy to emerge from its woe-
fully inadequate plant on South Beach into
the kind of physical facility best suited to the
Academy's ever-expanding requirements.
But the new facilities do not, in themselves,
make the school. The past achievements of
the Hebrew Academy are the product of the
dedication of those identified with the all-day
school movement in Greater Miami, and were
made in the face of the difficulties encountered
at the school's old site.
It is these achievements in Hebrew educa-
tion, as well as in the school's scholastically
successful English department, that the 14th
annual Hebrew Academy meeting will be cele-
brating Sunday evening.
Eichmann Knows it Now
In reading part of the court's verdict
against Adolf Eichmann, Chief Justice Moshe
Landau met the issue squarely when he re-
jected the defense charge of sraeli incompe-
tency.
In Judge Landau's words. Dr. Robert Serv-
atius had claimed that his client was being
accused of actions committed "in the course of
duty and are, thus, acts of State" for which
only Germany can be held responsible.
But it was the court's opinion that Eich-
mann's horrendous misdeeds "are crimes not
only under Israel law." They are, in essense,
"against the low of the nations." *
In referring to the historical significance
of the proceeding, the opinion offered the hope
that it might mean a modern end to the ancient
scourge of anti-Semitism. Perhaps this is a
bit fanciful. But it certainly serves notice that,
henceforth, demented religious attacks against
the Jews will be answered. And no one knows
it any better today than Adolf Eichmann.
Insight into the Place of Jews
In Turbulent Tunisia of Today
By EDWIN EYTAN
Paris
It was" 'question time" on the
Arab broadcast of Tunis Radio
The announcer, representing the
well-informed man, was answer-
ing the question* oMhT" "simple''
villager." He had just explain-
ed why the government had re-
voked the licenses of all foreign
taxi drivers, when the questioner
asked 'does this include the
Jews0-' "No," said the announ-
cer, "for the Jews are Tunisians,
our fellow compatriots, and no
discrimination against them can
exist."
This plain, everyday radio cast
is a good illustration of the au-
thorities' altitude towards the
country's Jews. A more striking
example is President Bourguiba's
severe condemnation of the
"swastika rash'' which spread
over (he Western world last year
Bourguiba called it an insult to
democracy, and praised his fel-
low Tunisians for net harboring
any racial or religious prejudices
* *
No Discrimination
The Government sees no "Jew-
ish problem" and acts as if there
was none Anti-Semitism is prac-
tically non-existent in Tunisia,
and President Bourguiba does
not permit the slightest discrim-
ination on racial or religious
grounds. Jews are free to emi-
grate, although they are subject
to strict economic regulations.
They are not allowed to export
local or foreign currency, and
must pay exit customs duty on
their belorfgings.
As part of the general economic
tightening, permission must also
be granted by the authorities to
take out all trunks and crates of
more than a certain size. This
measure, however, is applied to
all departing Tunisians and for-
eigners, including French and
Italian nationals.
Since 1958. Jewish emigration
has fallen to an all-time low;
even in the weeks following the
Bizerte crisis, only a couple of
hundred Jews out of a total ot
some 55.000 left the country.
Most of those who are now
leaving the country wish to settle
in France or in South America.
One of the reasons explaining the
paucity of emigration to Israel
Is the fact that most of those who
wished to leave have already
done so. There are some 35.000
Tunisian Jews in Israel, mainly
people who came from the in-
secure south or the isolated pro
vincial centers. The Jews now
prefer to go to France, where
they are familiar with the lan-
guage and hope to integrate with
more facility in the country's
economic life
' *
Capital Abroad
Circumstances have made it
increasingly difficult to settle
their property and businesses,
and transfer their assets abroad.
There are no buyers in Tunisia
for businesses, houses or other
things that the would-be em-
igrant would have to leave be-
hind, and the transfer of capital
abroad has become difficult and
rfsky, since Tunisia left the franc
zone. Also, for as long as the
country's gates will stand open,
many Jews will be tempted to
postpone this step.
Within the country they are not
isolated Despite difficulties, all
local Jewish community organ-
izations and institutions continue
to function normally, and some
have even expanded their activ-
ities in recent months. The Bi-
zerte battle drew attention to the
two Jewish youth camps in the
vicinity of the city, one organized
by the Hashomer Hatzair, the
other by Dror.
The former Jewish community-
organization was disbanded by
the government in July. 1958.
and replaced with a temporary
management committee Tu-
nisia Minister Mestiri's speech at
the installation ceremony explain-
ed the move thus: "It i> normal
that, in an independent country
nationals only should be called
upon to administer public bodies,
"TvTiTfe"vVr ttley mayTFe:"*
The Tunisian minister added
"the former institutions, by their
composition, by the mission they
had or which was given to them
reflected to too great an extent
the ideas of the Protectorate and
of the old regime for them to be
tolerated in the Tunisia ot t>
day."
There was some initial appre-
hension that the new committee
would function as "Quisli
but this has not been the case,
They now have the reputati ii of
sincere, conscientious men anxi-
ous to do their best to maintain
Jewish life and activity in every
sphere.
A variety of other groups
continuing to operate, including
the Zionist-oriented Federation of
Tunisian Youth. The authorities
have helped these organizations
to continue their activities which
included the Bizerte summer
camps.
The only exception are the wel-
fare agencies, as Tunisia has in
creasingly pressed that aid com-
ing from the outside should tw
distributed among all the coun-
try's inhabitants. Thus, when
President Bourguiba visited the
Tunis Jewish quarter, the Mara,
he asserted that "from the mo-
ment that foreign organizations
made a contribution toward the
progress of certain Jewish insti-
tutions, this money ought to pro-
fit all Tunisian children, regard-
less of their religion." In line
with this new policy, the Moslem
Aid Society changed its name to
National Aid Society, and the
government urged Jewish organ-
izations to follow suit.
Jewish Welfare
Jewi>h welfare organ
.IDC. ORT and OSE, Increasi igly
dispense their assistance to non-
Jews, but the authorities are still
not satisfied, and would like to
see a higher percentage ol Mos
lems profiting from their work.
In recent months, those organ
izations have had difficulties in
obtaining licenses and govern
ment authorizations to continue
with their work. The interven
tion of various Jewish personal!
ties have in the past helped, how-
ever, to surmount these admin-
istrative difficulties
Foremost among these person
alities are Albert Bessis and An-
dre Baroukh. Bessis is B mom
ber of Parliament, representing
the President's own Neo-Destour
parly, and a former chairman of
the Tunis Bar Assn. Among his
former students at Tunis law
School is the Tunisian Amba: I
dor in Washington. Ilabih BOUT-
guiba. jr.. with whom he main-
tains friendly relations
Baroukh was for some time
Minister of Planning and one f
Bourguiba's closest adviser- Ac-
cording to his version ot the
events which led to his departure
from the government, he had
wanted to resume his private law
practice for some time, and the
President had agreed to his res-
ignation. At this juncture, how-
ever, the Cairo Government be-
gan attacking Bourguiba because
he had a Jewish minister ao
the President refused to let Ba
roukh quit under such fire When,
however, a reshuffling of the Cab-
inet occurred some months later,
the time seemed right, and Ba
roukh returned to private life.
Since then he has maintained
close relations with BourguiWj,
and does not seem to be OUl <*
favor.
Other Jews are known to be '
good standing with the i()V'-'"':
ment. and 15 Jews were elec'ed
in various districts during We
1960 municipal elections.


Friday, December 15. 1961
*Jmtsti Fkr/dfiatr
Page 5-A
Miami CJA Opens 1962 Campaign
Continued from Page 1 A
Charles Ft nb< rg >' air-
man oi g< neral solicital -
crl 11. Traurig, associate chairman
of the Lawyers' Group; Dr Charles
Aknicr, chairman of the Dentists'
Croup: Harry Diamond, co-chair-
man, Insurance Group; Martin
llornik. co-chairman, Insurance
Group; Jerry Lelchuk, co-chair-
nian. Stock Brokers' group: Albert
E. Ossip, co-chairman, Insurance
Group; Myron Zeicntz, co-chair-
man. Stock Brokers; and Morton
Etussack, co-chairman, Real Es-
tate.
Mopping plans for the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign are these top community leaders: Cal Kovens (right),
campaign chairman, confers with Samuel N. Friedlcind (left)
cr.d Mitchell Wolfson.
A. J. Harris 'left), president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, discusses campaign plans with Max Oiovitz.
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lieve it. We see fhem every day as they
save for a new home or car, for a trip,
for their children or grandchildren. We
know they're enjoying if and we enjoy
helping them do it. The survey also says j
people lite to save at a place that's
warm and friendly. We already knew
that. Our growth to over 75 million dol-
lars in less than a decade has come
about because people like to do business
With us. Why? We think it's because we
consider people our most important asset.
Why don't you drop into any of our con-
venient offices, open a savings account,
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"Immigrants flooding into Is-
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our old. sick, and needy look to
us for help right here in Greater
Miami," Kovens said. "We must
not let them down."
Kovens pointed lo
ligns i;i reborn bigotry" across
hi ation as underlinins need
for continued support of thosi I
dedii ated to im-
n nteriailh n lationships
Mobilization ol volunteer work-
ers iii the l%2 campaign is "well
underway," Kovens said.
'This will he a maximum effort
campaign, mi we'll need maximum
support from every group and
every individual in the commun-
ity," ht added.
Individuals who want to volun-
teer their services should call I he
.ffices oi the Gri ater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, FR 3-0411 Kovens
said.
'Americanization' Weakens Contributions
Continued from Page 1-A
generations that lie before us."
Stressing that the problem in
the I nited states now "is the op-
posite ol the one that laeed the
Jewish community in times past."
the Cardinal declare:!: "Unless
steps are taken to meet the chal-
lenge this new social situation pre-'
sents, Jewish culture itself will be
affected in the years that are be-
fore us."
He said that "the Jewish con-1
tribution to science and art and
literature." in the United Slates as
in other parts of the world, "is -i
massive one but it could become a ,
purely personal contribution made
by people of Jewish descent but i
without a basic Jewish identifica-
tion."
For this reason, he advised that
"alongside and encouraging the
great personal efforts <; individual
Jews there shpuld be somewhere
in this broad land a visible institu-
tion which in a sense can lormalize
and '_;\o structure to all the Jew-
ish learning of times past and
through its presence provide new
inspiration for the learning and
Stepped Up
Hebrew Program
Temple Adath Yeshurun board
ol education i- integrating its He-
brew studies with the Bureau ol
Jewish Education ol Greater Mi-
ami, according to a board announ-
cemi nl Wednesday.
Also planned is ,i wider i
tional program in Jewish historj
and tradition and a refresher
, .. in Hebrew reading and
ci"-. -. it a Hebn
discoveries in the days ahead."
The Cardinal slated thai Brand-
eis University, "without being in
any exclusive sense Jewish, pro-
vides the home in which the riches
of the past can meet the challc n I s
ol the present in terms of the uni-
versal genius of Judaism."
Rabbi Klein fo lecture
A lecture, followed by a discus-
sion ol "The Attitude of Judaism
Towards Labor," will be presen ed
by Rabbi Maurice Klein to Ihe
adult eihicalii.il class at Southwest
Jewish Center on Tuesday. 8 pm.
Titereth Sisterhood Social
Tifcreth Israel Sisterhood is hold-
ing a luncheon, card party and so-
cial on Tuesday. 11:30 a m. Hostes-
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Friday, December 13. lggj
UJA Votes $95 Million Goal for '62
Coniinued from Page 1-A
arreunt ior 1962 imperative."
The UJA general chairman
proposed that the add'ticnal
$35,000,000 be raised througr a
"Special Fund," to which con-
tributors could make substan-
tial gifts in addition to their reg-
t'ar contributions. "I am con-
vinced," Meysrhoff said, "that
rundreds of thousands of our
contributors arc ready to mate
these extra gifts because they
know we cannot tell people who
can emigrate today to wait 'ill
tomorrow. Tomorrow nay be
too Sate."
The conference was to vote at
'I day's session whether to
I ; the Special Fund. It was
-- x> tlea > t f i c e r > call tor
pledges of initial large -:ft>
hear irom United States Secretary
oi Labor Arthur J. Goldberg. Is-
rael Minister of Development and
i -ing Dr. Giora Josephtha!. and
Israel Amba?saclor to the United
States Avraham Harmar..
Monday's session of the confer-
ence also heard Rabbi Herbir: A
Friedman. UJA executive vice
chairman, and other UJA leaders
t-. U hew the S95.000.000 sought for
1M52 would provide desperately
needed migration aid. relief and
rehabilitation for 600.000 Jewish
men. women and children in Is-
rael, this country, and 26 i\ir
seas lands.
'Jews are on the move again
in numbers that remind one of the
years ol immigration mto Is-
Friedman toid the
gathering. "The increase in move-
ment, which applies to other coun-
tries a- well as Israel, began last
spring and has placed a crushing
... burden en UJA > bene-
ficiary bodies."
Rabbi Friedman noted that of
the S95.O00.000, if raised, an
a-->ount of Soi 200,000 wou!d oo
to Israel's immigrant aid body,
the Jewish Age-icy for Israel,
throuc!- t:-. peal, "UJA'S principal benefici-
ary. The JewisH Agency must
transport, receive, help to house
and absorb sorre 265,000 per-
sons next year.
Thi UJA executive vice chair-
man pointed OUl ti'at the Joint
Distribution Committee, a second
major UJA beneficiary, needed
S22.000.000 from the Appeal in
behaii of 325.000 in need, in 27
overseas counlries. Of these.
1 some 70.000 are immigrants al-
ready in Israel, most of them aged
and handicapped persons. Lesser
amounts would be required by
: L'JAs two remaining beneficiaries,
the New York Assn. for New Amer-
icans and the United Hias Serv-
ice. Rabbi Friedman noted. To-
gether the two agencies would
serve 10.000 Jewish refugees al-
ready in the United States, or ex-
pected in 1962.
The delegate? also neard Aryeh
L. Pincus. treasurer of the Jewish
Agency for Israel, declare that Is-
raels people welcome the new-
comers, and will keep their gates
to them, no matter what
post "But in all fairness." the
Jei h Agency leader added, "im-
migration represents a responsi-
bility which rests equally upon the
people of Israel and the Jews of
the free world. In actual fact.
however, it can be italed that is
rael's people, through taxes and
through voluntary contributions,
have furnished two dollars to
every dollar from outside sources
ike pos.-ible the entry of the
million i mmigrant s ho have
come to Israel since 1948."
Moses A Leavttt. executive vice
chairman oi the Joint Distribution
Committee, in presenting the
needs behind his organization's
budget for 1962. declared that Jew-
ish communities in European
countries are lacing "almost im-
possible problems in attempting
to cope with the flood of refill
"In 1962." he said, "we must not
be forced to curtail services, as
we had to this year, when it be-
came necessary to take a portion
of the funds from the less needy
and divide it among the neediest."
Increased migration, both with-
in Europe and Israel. Leavitt in-
dicated, has severely strained the
capacity of JDC programs to cope
with needs in both areas. "In Eu-
rope." he stated, "most of the
refugees are without means and
have to be given cash even for
local transportation. Housing is
a particularly crucial problem for
them. In some cases, they have
to be crowded into shabby little
hotels, six or more to a room."
In Israel, he indicated, sup-
port must be maintained for the
services of JDC's Malben pro-
gram for the care of aged, ill
and handicapped immigrants in
1962. The largest single item is
for aid to over 100,000 Jews in
Moslem countries, $6,200,000. Al-
most S5,0O0,0OO will be spent on
aid in European countries.
At a panel discussion which fol
lowed the presentations by I'incus
and Leavitt, executives of the
three recipient agencies of UJA
funds offered further details of
their organizations' activities and
future needs.
Gottlieb Hammer, executive vice
; chairman of the Jewish Agency
I for Israel, reported that 135.000
immigrant farmers, living on 48(1
settlements established by the
Agency, require further economic
assistance before they can attain
financial independence. Dr. lsador
Lubin. noted American economist
and consultant for the Jewish
Agency, reported that Israel was
experiencing an acute housing
shortage in view of the increased
rate of immigration.
Charles H. Jordan, overseas
director-general of the JDC, as-
serted that the $30,685,750 1962
budget, of which the UJA is ex-
pected to supply $22,000,000, is
"required to meet the basic
needs of 110,000 men, women
and children in Moslem coun-
tries, 50,000 in 15 countries in
Europe, of more than 70,000 in
Israel and tens of thousands in
other areas."
James P. Rice, executive direc-
tor of United Hias Service, which
also benefits from UJA campaign-
ing, said U1IS would require $2.
940.000. not all of it to come Irom
UJA. to assist some 6.575 persons
to resettle in the United States.
Canada and Latin America and
Australia. The unexpected jump
in Jewish migration this year has
created a $450,000 deficit for his
agency, he said.
William Rosenwald. UJA nation-
al chairman, who presided at an-
other session, declared that the
increased immigration of Jews to
Israel and other lands, "could be
regarded as a stroke of good for-
tune All of us wish to see it con-
tinue, which means that we must
devise the most effective means
of financing, this histroic under-
taking."
ISKAH HIDEN
BB Youth Will
Offer Program
A program by the B'nai B'rith
Youth Group will be presented at
the regular meeting of the Chai
chapter. B3 Women, on Tuesday
evening at the Deauville hotel.
Fred Camner. president of South
Florida BBYO Council, will be
guest speaker.
Mrs. Doris Laschow is program
chairman, and BBYO chapter
chairman is Mrs. Ethel Goldman.
ZOA President
Appecrs Here
Israel Feiden, 11 Sl A isl ;-c
presidenl of -. theasi r<
of the Zionist Organization of
America, was to be guesl speaker
at a combined meeting o! the Mi-
ami Beach Z;or,ist District and
the Brandcis Zionist District on
Thursday.
This is Feide: first visit to
Miami since assuming th< presf
dency of the sevei -:ate South i
region in July. The meeting was
slated Thursday evening at the
Deauville hottl.
Feiden has rved as national
membership chairman of Ihe Zion-
ist Organization, on the national
board of the War V'< erans
and is active in the Jewish and
civic affairs of most of tl major
organizations in St. August Last
year, he rece-c' ; nation .ward
from the ZOA 'or his "outstand-
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An unusual program featuring
the noted Japanese mezzo-soprano,
jf Tokyo. Asako Tomita, has been
arranged. Hiss Tomita. -ho be-
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the "King and 1." has a repertoire
jin several languages. She has ar-
ranged a unique presentation of
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the Miami Beach Distr.c:. and
Ezra Finegold. president of the
Brandeis District, were t( act as
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Florida ADL Board to Meet Sunday
Among business leaders taking an active role in the Cedars
cf Lebanon Hospital development program are (seated) Harry
Markowitz and Harold Thurman, secretary. Standing are E.
Albert Pallot, chairman of the development fund, and David
Stuzin, vice president.
Judge Sobeloff At Testimonial
An audience cf more than 6'"0
ruard U.S. Circuit Court Judge Si-1
i! or. E. Sobeloff speak at the May-1
m Robert King High testimonial
banquet Wednesday night at the!
I ; ont Plaza hotel.
I
1 i lormer General Solicitor ol
hi United States paid tribute to,
< crusading spirit and personal'
rage of former Mayor Abe.
movitz in whose honor the
earl Pavilion will be designated!
Cedars Hospital.
'outstanding service and cx-
y leadership in behalf of.
. ol Lebanon,'" the 'Volun-'
pital. saw the nine-foot panel un-
veiled for the first time at the din-
nir. A life-size oil painting ol Abe
Continued from Par? 1 A
will be presented at the business
meeting. Sam A. Goldstein will
be presented for chairmanship
of the executive committee, and
Jack Fink as Goldstein's succes-
sor to the post of treasurer. Paul
Soiderman, outgoing board
chairman, who has served the
maximum Ihree years, will pre-
side ever the Lc.-nue's board of
trustees.
The award luncheon will feature
Cody Fowler as the recipient ot
the 1961 Leonard L. Abess Award
Fowler, a former national presi
denl nf the American Bar Assn
served as chairman in 1"60 ol the
Governor'.* Commission on Race
Relations, winch successfully en-
couraged the lormation of bi-racial
committees in 15 communities.
Henry Edward Schultz. national
chairman of the League, will ad-
dress the annual luncheon. Schultz.
a renowned platform speaker, will
bring to the ADL board an assess-
ment of the status of intergroup
relations today.
The business sessions will con-
cern themselves with a report by
Burnett Roth on extreme right
wing organizations in terms of
their impact on democratic so-
ciety. Dade County State Attor
ney Richard E. Gerstein and his-
anti Sen I
rousers. Judge Milton A. "r i il
man. president ol B'nai B'rith Dis
tnct Grand Lodge 5. and William
Alper, ol t,hc League's executive
committee, will lead a discussion
cf social discrimination .n Miami
and educational techniques for its
diminution.
Th;1 report of (he nominating
committee will be presented by
the < ommittei > chairman,
Sam I Silver.
Schultz. a prominent New York
attorney, is widely known for his
rship in civic and educational
circle-
A graduate of New York Law
School in 1928, and a member
of the New York City and New
York State Bar Assns., Sehultj
is considered an expert on the
law of the press, including libel
and censorship.
liv- has lectured al New York
Universitj and Cooper Union on
, censorship problems.
During lh< war. he was counsel
to a number ol appeal boards. He
helped organize the Benjamin Car
dozo Lod c i B'nai B'rith and ia
.! member <>t its executive com-
mittee. He is honorary chairman
Of the Joint Defense Appeal of the
American Jewish Committe and
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
Aronovitz. by Mrs. F. Taylor Rush- torian Harry Simonhoit will lead
per. was also exhibited. la discussion of counteraction tech-
E/chmann Judged Guilty
Continued from Page 2-A
nann had been committed "in the
;OUrse of duty and are, thus, ads
if State'' lor which only the Ger-
nan >tate is responsible. He poirit-
eer of Valor" gold plaque was|^lout that*},s ^0'^""f^^
Aarded to Mayor High.
due punishment to him. Only that
which requires clarification, in
order that these purposes may be
achieved, must be determined at
the trial. Not only is any preten-
sion to overstep these limits for-
bidden to the courtit would cer-
tainly end in failure."
Other recipients of special
claques were banquet chairman
Chelsie J. Senerchia, honorary
chairman Fred K. Shochet, Mrs.
Charles Hall, chairman of the
women's committee, and Dr.
Kurt Peiser, who presided as
toastmaster.
An original dramatization, "The
Legend That Was Abe," was pre-
Ecnted, featuring newsreels and
TV turns ot Aronovitz' life and
ii litical career.
Rabbi Norman Shapiro, of Beth]
I'avid Congregation, gave the In-
vocation, and Rev. Forrest Wat
Itns, of Coral Baptist Church, and
(resident of the Greater Miami
Ministerial Assn., delivered the
l.i nedietion.
Chairman of Cedars' board of
acts ol State" was repudiated by
the Nuremberg Tribunal, and that
he Nuremberg judgment was af-' Judge Halevi pointeu out that the
lirmed by the United Nations in!court, "by its very nature,"' can-
1946. |not initiate inquiries or proof, but
must limit itself to such proof as
t8 adduced before it. Accordingly.
he said, the court's ability "to des-
cribe general events is limited."
"As to questions of principle," he
continued, "which are outside the
realm ol law. no one has made us
judges of these. Therelore. no
greater weight is to be attached to
our opinion on them than to the
opinion of any other person de-
voting study and thought to these
questions."
"The State of Israel," he said,
"is a soverign State of Jewish
people which the Naiis wanted
to exterminate. Half of Israel's
population came from the deci-
mated European community in
the last decade. In the light of
the United Nations recognition
of the Jewish people and their
right to establish their State; in
the light of the recognition of
this State by the family of na-
tions, Israel and the Jewish
people constitute an integral
part of the law of nations.
"It was apparent." the jndj
"These prefatory remarks,"
\ stated the judgment, "do not mean
that we are unaware of the great
| educational value, implicit in the
ment continued, "that, if the Nu- v,erv holding of this trial, for those
rcmberg Tribunal was a triumph wno |jve ln zj0n as well as for
tee-. Stanley C. Myers, traced 0j human justice over totalitarian Ipeople beyond the confines of this
concepts, this trial in Israel was I state. To the extent that this re-
ail that as well as historic justice su|I n;ls been achieved in the
A small state, restored alter two cursc of the proceedings, it is to
thousand years, ha- rendered th( |,e welcomed.
me growth of Miami's population
! the present day, focusing atten-
tion on the complex social, welfare,
i tid health problems which con-
Iront Florida's mushrooming econ-
Michael Piuggi. noted sculptor
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judgment of its people against thi
most hated enemy."
However." Judge Halevi de-
clared, "the court itself cannot be
enticed into provinces which are
outside its sphere. It is the pur-
pose of every criminal case to
clarify whether the charge;, against
the accused are trueand. if the
accused is convicted, to mete out
"Without doubt, the testimony
^iven at this trial by survivors of
the catastrophe, who poured out
their hearts as they stood in the
witness box, will provide valuable
material for research works and
historians. But. as tar as this court
is concerned, they are to be re-
garded as by-products of this
trial."
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^JenCst fkurndiatf
Friday, December \l, iggi
OAS
And Cuba
By MAX LERNER
Anything Involving Fidel Castro is bound to ho a complex and tortu-
ous l parth because he is whai lie !<. partly because the struggle
he is waging and the -truggle being wage. :isl him are lull ol indi-
rect*
Take the mo.~i recent and most important eventthe decision ot the
0 ..on ol American Slates to hold a full-dress conference ol the
In nisphere foreign ministers on .Ian 10. probably in Panama. The idea
h : | ,. mes from the Colombian representatives. The foreign ministers
ii n iwn courage and statesmanship in th< lead on a problem
which \'\\\ plague all the governments ol the Americas unless a is clear-
l> laced. The question i- whether ihe OAS .- ihe agency of all the
American governments can go on much longer with a split attitude
i,. ird (hi Castro regime, or whether it must act to meet it as an ag-
gressive threat to hemisphere pe;>ce.
THE HEART OF THE problem lies in whether attempts to over-
throw thi government of one mtmber state, planned and directed by
another, are a form ol aggression and therefore subject to collective
sanctions When Trujillo was guilty of -u.h attempts the OAS did not
hesitate to vote diplomatic and economic penalties against his regime, recommended the prayer because
v,' ( least in par: the reason it has fallen. t was aware ot the din t.eed. in
If Trujillo. why not Castro" in his cynicism he has scarcely con these days ol concentrated attacks
Courv to Study
Proyer in Schoo!s
Continued from Page 1-A
to the Supreme Court, tha- the ef-
fect Of the procedure, though not
mandatory on pupils in schools
v here n is u>o children to join in the prayer. They
also said the language ol the prayer
w a s contrary to their religious
views and. in the on? -i**.-con-
trarj to the non-reiigious views
.; one ol the families
Their petition argued 'hat the
i stituted Stat encour-
i n! oi religious practices in
he schools and hi nee a violation
I .1 Constitution ban on mental establishment ot religion.
I these '- were re-
jected in Nev York courts The
petition to the Supreme Court was
an appeal from a live to two ruling
31 the New York State Court ot
\ppeals sustaining the constitu-
tionality of the prayer recitations.
The Board ol Regents filed a
strong brief a- "a friend of the
court" in opposition to the appeal
The brief asserted that the board
cealed his aim to spread his revolution throughout the America^ ti
overthrow not only the few remaining reactionary dictatorships but Ihe
i. | d< mocratic regime: as well. Legally, of course. Castro has the right
to form a close economic and military alliance with any ether nation.
ii, ,. iag Russia Bui when hi- Russian ties make Cuba, as they have
d subversii n < t ther governments are made in connection with the Com-
!: .>: propagai Is and espionage apparatus throughout the Americas
th-. aggressive threal to hemisphere peace is compounded by his Rus-
partm rsl
i astro is, >: course, aware ''f where tins reasoning could lead, which
ja .. OAS i ilos Lechuga, attacked the idea ot the for-
. mir 5ti conference so violently, l- talked ol its being a
step t ....r invasii n. which is nonsense, since the OAS members would
never dream ol taking action i: Castro wore to call ofl his campaign lor
a "Marxist-Leninist" Latin-America by Cuba-based revolutions. His
real tear i- thai an OAS which could reach a measure oi unity toward
him could therebj compel him to call off his dream of winning the hemi-
sphert for his Communist masters, and becoming their proconsul in
charge ol the Ameru.
BEING CHARACTERISTICALLY a plunger and overrcacher. Castro
ha- helped the cause of his opponents by declaring himself quite openly
as a Communist. "1 am a Marxist-Leninist, and will be one until the day
I be -aid in one ot his marathon middle of the-night TV speeches.
For the past eight years, he said, his political credo has been "more or;
liss .vr.at it Is now but he kept his communism hidden from the Cubans
and his American champions "because otherwise we might have alienat-
ed the bourgeoisie and other forces which we knew we would eventually
have to fight."
This confession, late as it comes, is an event of prime importance
It should put an ?nd to the foolish talk by a number of naive American,
Fnnch. and British political romantics who have clung to the view that
Castro ha- been merely mi agarian reformer and homegrown revolu-
tionary, instead ol a conscious carrier ol" the grand design of world com-
munism
1 have read many discussions ol the question of the extent of Castro's
communi-m. The best is in a just published paperback by Daniel James.
"tuba The First Soviet Satellite in the Americas" (Avon) which is the
resull of interviews with the leading Cuban exiles, many of them former
c. aborators and close friends of Castro. James' chapter, Was Castro
a Communist?" -land- up remarkably well after Castro's confession
The book seems loosely and overhastilv written, but 1 commend it hearti-
ly (specially to those who have allowed the vapors ol Castro's naive
defenders to becloud their judgment.
ix -&
BUT ONE MUST ASK why Castro has chosen this moment to tell
allor almost all. There are two clues to an answer. One is that his
regime is having a hard time economically, and is meeting with doubts
defections; lie needs a strong, ironribbed party organization now
t< give him an organizational b*se, and he is in effect pushing the
1 I ommunisl leaders aside and putting himself at the head of the
Cuta.1; (.ommunir-t movement.
The secoiid ttial lnce the Russian Party Congress" demand that
L'cn-munist parties throughout tho world take a stand between Khrush-
che\ and Mao Tse-tung Castro has felt it necessary to stand up and be
counted on the side ot the Russians rather than the Chinese. This Is
the meaning of his rejection of the "personality cult." which would
otherwise be something of a joke lor so self-centered and power-drunk
a Communist caudillo.
Toward such a Castro and such a regime an OAS policy of quiet and
h gal collective action in the interests of collective security is clearly
th only policy to be taken.
)> an atheistic
jur world "
way of life upon
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t'rtth and past president ol th
West Dado Junior Chamber of ,
rommerce. H< is also a member I
it the Florida Bar Assn and is
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HECHT
;hildren Will
'resent Play
On Sunday, 3 p.m.. in the aucli-
Drium O! Temple Emanu-El's north
Hunch building, the children of
he synagogue's Foundation School,
pcond .rade. will be hosts to their
amilies and friends at a special
Lrty to honor their beginning of
ft. rah study.
The children will present a play.
ri'urah Le Orah Le" CTorah
I. Guiding Light"1, an original
Hoducticn prepared by their teach-
Mrs. Fay Feinstein.
Beth Sholom
Picks Committee
Louis F. Snetman. campaign
Chairman, this week reported the
appointment of a Living Memorial
committee at Temple Beth Sholom.
Named were Jack A. Cantor, well-
known businessman, honorary vice
president of Beth Sholom, and
niember"of the board of directors,
and Isadore Hecht. mem.ier ot the
board of directors and also vice
president of Beth Sholom.
They will act as co-chairmen of
the committee, along with John
Serbin. an honorary president of
:he Temple.
The committee has accepted the
responsibility of obtaining donors
for the new Beth Sholom Communi-
ty House now in construction
Living Memorial opportunities
now available include Religious
School. Community House. Reli-
gious Assembly Hall. Biblical
Sculpture Garden-. Library and
Reading Room. Arts and Crafts
Room. Parents Lounge. Board
Room, Audio-Visuul Center. Patio
Gardens, Rabbi's Study, and ex-
ecutive offices
James M. Albert is president of
Temple Be!h Sholom
Hebrew Academy Award Dinner
Sunday Will Hear Sen, Morse
The school's scholarship fund Pinetree dr. and 24th St., and
will receive proceeds from the [school officials expect to take oc-
14th annual dinner of the Hebrew i cupancy Apr. 1. The builders have
Academy at the Dcauville hotel promised completion of the faeil-,
on Sunday evening. lilies by March.
The $100a-couple dinner will us Sen w Mor$e (D.
help to defray the SI.-.0.000 defied 0re wi|| be incipal speaker
resulting from the Academy's at the funcfion# which has bew
scholarship program lor needy designated as a "bui|din9 di
students.
The program provides partial or
full scholarships for 70 percent of
the student body.
New buildings of the Hebrew
Academy are on the way to com-
pletion at the school's new site.
SEN. WAYNE MORSE
Federation Exec Tells Senate Quiz
Unit U.S. Must Help Cuban Refugees
[emple Israel Names New Addition
is a Tribute to Sam C. Levenson
Temple Israel's new "Commun
ly House" was named in honor of
am C. Levenson during formal
edication services as part of the
Ictorm synagogue's semi- annual
leeting Wednesday night.
The decision to name the $250.-
D0 addition to the synagogue was
kadc b> the board of trustees as
| mean- of honoring Levenson "for
leadership in two building fund
|mpaigns during the past decade,
his contribution to the Greater
..urn Jewish community for more
k.in a quarter of a century."
i action came while Leven-
| abroad, and the announce
mi Wednesday night was a com-
|ttc surprise tojiim.
Or. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader cf Temple Israel, wrote a
Ipecial ritual of dedication,
f'Bless This Hause," for the oc-
casion in whicH 16 persons par-
ticipated as readers, as well as
Ihe more than 300 members
present at the dinner meeting.
Color slides aid musical selec
ms L> Cantor Jacob O. Born-
tein w.re also woven into the
dicatcrv service, which described
< Youth Lounge, Braille Work
hop, Chapel-Auditorium and other
features of the new building, third
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greater Miami's largest A Oldest
Supplier for Synagogues,
Hebrew & Sunday Schools.
Wholesale & Ketail
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SAM C. LEVENSON
:n the group which makes up the
Temple's physical facilities at 137
NK 19th st.
Among the participants in the
service was Sic Mendelson. pres-
ident of the congregation when the
Temple was built 35 years ago.
Temple Israel will celebrate its
40th anniversary as Greater Mi-
ami's second oldest synagogue
next May.
President Sam A. Goldstein con-
ducted the meeting and presented
an engraved resolution ot tribute
to A. .1. Harris, who retired last
May alter serving two terms as
president.
Free Loan Group
Election Meeting
General election meeting of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Assn. will be held Monday evening
at Beth El Congregation.
This will be the 12th annual elec-
tion for the organization which
makes small interest-free loans to
qualifying persons.
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, FIj.
HARRY GORDON
PRESIOENT
IKE GORDON
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Cuban refugees are a "national
migration problem in which the
federal government must invest
all of its skills and its resources."
a United States Senate committee
was told this week by Arthur S.
Kosichan. executive director ol the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Testifying before Sen. Phillip
Hart's sub-committee in Washing-
ton, Rosichan said "relocation of
ihe refugees is desireable." He
also urged the Federal govern-
ment to "explore the resettlement
techniques which private migra-
tion agencies have found to be the
most effective, then borrow from
those techniques."
Rosichan had high praise for
tho Jewish agencies which have
rendered aid to Jewish Cuban
refugees, and emphasized the
necessity for prompt action by
the Federal government.
Those people who have skills and
strengths, who have Ihe possibility j
of being or becoming good citi-
zens, as other waves of immigra-
tion have provided us uood citi-
' zens in the past, may be harmed
'if the utmost effort is not made to
'find them ways to make a living
and to develop a new life," Rosi-
chan said.
"II is my contention that this
| matter can be best accomplished
outside of Miami, because Miami
| as a port of entry is not the same
lliniH as Miami a permanent
community in which to live."
Rosichan singled out the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service. Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice. Ml. Sinai Hospital, and the
Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women as the
groups which "have been the core
1 of services coordinated through the
'Greater Miami Jewish Federation
in assisting in the adjustment and
' integration of Cuban Jewish refu-
gees within the limits of Dacle
. county."
He reviewed development of the
' refugee problem to the point where
I the National Council of Jewish
Women compiled a list of "some
400 Jewish families who bad come
to Miami from Cuba."
With Federation facilities
stretched to the breakiryj point,
Rosichan said the United Hias
Service, the national migration
agency of the Jewish commun-
ity in America, moved in and
did "a heroic job in the field of
resettlement."
Rosichan pointed out that the
initial group of refugees who came
to Miami had financial resources.
but that the majority of more re-
cent arrivals "are small business-
men, clerks, unskilled laborers.
housewives, and the future in Mi-
ami does not look attractive for
them.
"They want to remain here be-
cause Ihe climate is attractive and
it is close enough to home in case
anything should happen so that
they can return."
"This is a continuing problem
and a continuing challenge." Rosi-
chan concluded, "that faces not
only this city of ours, but our state
and Federal governments. There
must be some further and more
concentrated effort made to de-
velop a wider dispersal of these
newcomers, and this will require
Ihe cooperation of many commun-
ities large and small in this
country. It is a problem and a
challenge for all who believe in
the inalienable rights ot human
beings."
ner." The affair will be in honor
of Maurice Reviti, president of
Temple Menorah, who has play-
ed a leading role in the con-
struction program of the Acad-
emy.
Co-chairmen of the function are
Jack A. Cantor and Leonard Ros-
en. B. I. Binder, president, some
time ago designated Miami Bead)
Councilman Wolfie Cohen as hon-
orary chairman. Cohen served in
the capacity of dinner chairman
for the five previous annual af-
fairs.
Acting as toastmaster at the
event will be Mayor Shepard
Broad, of Baj Harbor Islands.
Sen. Morse will discuss The
Role the Community. Business and
Government Must Pla> in the Field
of Fducation in Our Nuclear Age "
Book Contest
At Beth Am
A Jewish Book Month project has
! just been completed at Temple
Beth Am in So Miami The na-
tional observance ended Dee. 3.
Grades two through ten of the
Temple religious school selected a
list of books written by Jewish
authors or of Jewish content.
The class that read the most
books on the list won the contest.
At the conclusion of the contest,
each class bought a buok on its
own grade level and presented it
to Beth Am's growing library.
Displays of books read were fea-
tured in front of the Mark Light
Memorial School Building bulletin
board. Mrs. Lillian Ross is school
principal
Yehudah Moshe Schedule
Congregation Yehudah Moshe
Young Judaea boys and girls.
from 12 to 15. meet every Tues-
day at 7:30 p.m. AZA boys also
meet on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Boy Scouts and Delta Lambda Phi
SOrOlit) meet on Wednesdays at
7:30 p.m.
Lakeside
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Scheduled Unveiling*
SUNDAY, DEC. 17th, 1961
Ml. Sinai Cemetery
FRED BLACKER, 11 a.m.
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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
The Expanding Walls of Modern but Roof I ess Russia
HOUSE WITHOUT A ROOF. By Maurice Hindus. 562 pp.
New York: Doobleday. S6.95.
ufJAURiCE HINDUS !..--
" the Russian
a Russian village in 1391 he came to A
graduated fr< m Colgate ann wet Harva
writing. His fluent Ru-
ntry. and. Pert ps mori
for reaching inside the give his
brightne-.- and pertini
anywhere else Utl -
ich all thi
the count iorbed in their mo*: basic sense t>
.- a- thi I by the 1
If thi re is a tin
forty-thi oi revoiul n. "as i travel
the i the progress and i
egan to feel that I
m i rough a spat
"Thou.:.
......
am nl jpport no ra I
i
i!
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Capitol Spotlight:
Cy MILTON FRIEDMAN
Washington Residential Areas Transforming
Was
the DISTRICT OF Columbia level-
* opment I senc) -' end
the Wash-
ingl m has rejected religious racial
Southwei site of decrepit shai
until urban renewal bulldozers recently
went to work, is famed as the birthplace
oi \1 Jolson and other Washington personalities, i: was
the site of early Jewish settlement and once-crouded Or-
thodOJi syi ag igues The area lie.- within sight of trie U S.
Capitol building. In recent decades Southwest turned into
a Negro slum Washington's most notorious eyesore.
Photographers of Southwest were exploited in Com-
munist propoganda to show a capitalist douole standard"
and "oppressed masses" in the shadow of the Capitol. To-
day the face of Southwest is being transformed into a
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Still a Force Today
IT 85 TODAY, Louis Lipsk) is
^ still a weight) force In the
I bers of American Zionism
As dean ol the American Zionist
movement, he watches all the nu-
ances in the movement and makes
[his opinion known He is the much-
j espei ted "elder statesman" of
American Zionism both in this
country and in Israel. Ask any American Zioni--
"who was the pre-ident cf the American Zionist Or-
ganization before Lipsk>.' and there will be very
fe- able to give you the answer. The Zionist move-
ment in this country did not. of course start with
Lipsky.
However he brought it to the forefront of Amer-
ican Jewish life As gifted writer, speaker and
organizer, he succeeded to develop the Zionist move-
ment in the I'nited States into a popular movement
reaching the masses. This was no easy task, since
the great majority of Jewish immigrants who came
to this country in the early years of this century
were everything but Zionists. They arived here
from oppression in Czarist Russia, from poverty in
Galicia. from persecutions in Rumania, and most
of them became sweat shop workers.
Their primary interest was not in dreaming of
Palestine but improving their economic lot by join-
ing labor unions which were at that time practic-
ally anti-Zionist. Lipsky. who embraced Zionism
as a young man. rebuilt the Zionist Organization of
America into a strong body which attracted more
and more followers with each year. And most inter-
esting is perhaps the fact that he. unlike most Zion-
ish leaders in this country at that time, was not
European-born.
He was born in Rochester. N.Y.. which had a
small Jewish population which is even today do
more than 20.000 Yet the idea cf establishing a
Jewish National Homeland in Palestine became hi-
principal passion to which all his other activities
were subordinated. It became the fundamental
part of his life
In man) respects. Lipsky can be compared with
Dr Theodor Herzl and Vladimir Jabotinsky. Herzl
p a career a an outstanding Austrian journal-
ist to become the "father"' of political Zionism.
Jabotinsky. a brilliant Russian journalist recognized
as an exceptional talent, gave up his career in a
leading Rus-ian newspaper to devote himself to the
Zionist ideal. The same was the case with Lipsky.
He was ati acknowledged theatrical critic on the
staff of a leading American new ipaper and
ognized as a fine English novelist, story writer and
playwright
Several volumes of his collected works were
published about 30 years ago. He made no secret
of the fact that his great lo\e was American litera-
ture and theatre. Yet this love took second place
with him when he became absorbed in the Zionist
movement.
Segro inhabitant
.....: ...: gs
tract 1
ere.-. '-nt units ignited sues
in ..- RLA nsoi
.ral men'
the Tiber Island Corporation .a ke) member ol I
corp is W C & AN Miller Devel
whose restrictive covenants elsewhere in Washington fre-
|y prevent resale to Negroes or any person ol the
Semitic race, blood or origin
Miller agreed not to dis He in the new South-
vest luxury apartments and town hou-c- However, the
question was whether the Government should qualify a
firm with dirty hands in other Washington operati -
The Ar.ti Defamation Leasue of B'nai B'nth waged a
militant fight that led to withdrawal by Miller from the
S9.O00.0OO project.
A native of Southwest. Attorne> Harry S Wender.
-erved effectively as ADL spokesman before a RLA hear-
ing. He held that "so long as the Miller Company contin-
ue- it- open and notorious policy of racial and religious
discrimination in its housing developments elsewhere in
the community, notrbly Spring Valley, it is frustrating the
declared public policy of the Redevelopment Land Agen-
cy, and it i- therefore not qualified to be awarded the
onsibility of building and operating a public a-siste I
housing development."
Mr. Wender pointed out that "in dealing with the Mil-
ler Company, we are not dealing with ju-t another real
estate developer who happens to discriminate The Miller
Company is the architect of housing discrimination in the
nation's capital It has the most notorious and flagrant
record of offensive restrictions in Washington.
' The Miller Company is not content merely to refuse
to sell to groups of Americans; it flaunts its discrimina-
tion and compels buyers to accept these restrictions in
writing on the face of the deed."
Mr Wender submitted to RLA an article from the
Journal of Psychology" which summarized results of a
recent poll taken of residents of Spring Valley It ind
ed that a majority ol residents would have been equally
willing to buy homes if there had been no anti Jewish
covenant; no one would move from Spring Valley if the
covenant was dropped.
Mr Wender interpreted the poll as showing that the
covenants were not desired by the majority of residents of
Spring Valley but "initiated and imposed by the Miller- "
He charged that "it is the Millers who are instituting and
enforcing a di-criminatory pattern and not reflecting dis-
criminatory attitudes of their purchasers, and it is the
Miller pattern which makes for the development of residen-
tial ghettoes."
He asked: "Can we expect a Miller -ales force which
has been trained to refuse to sell to a half-dozen specified
minority groups to give equal treatment to members of
such groups who apply to them for apartment rentals in
the Southwest area? Shall members of minority groups
who wish to obtain apartments in the Southwest area be
required to demean themselves by applying to a firm which
has always gratuitously stigmatized them as unwelcome?"
tiona'i achievements continue to mount Mr I
of thii -pecial "coexist I
of life among tne ycung people, wh I
man shirts.wjazc, Paris fashions and Amer '
eminent frowns: among
at large strangely distor ed I
nojJclicve.,aJkjtf it -y.' 'dq'^l
belief in the ne< J
ism: among the intellectuals, fai I
and abysmally igi I
and the aristocracy of
om ear:
Hi t paii
servi
with portra ts of ^ i
- .- I as the friendly, rol
i his wild. 1 -I
I
Russia's steps I
mch famo I
ill) intellectual- I
Jew -
j thii look
I
Kremlin :
pei as too individualist
1st S But what they |
clear.
This is a I Is
- i II ol its
hei have finished, you ha\
the p.o:i c >untr) which no
give:, j
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Oti the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIK
Women in Pulpit
F I WERE a Refon I
i would bury my !
that our movement i ye;
reached the zenith ol ice -
allowing our seminarii
thi rabbinic title on
was a time when I I
a : aring th it
pulpil particular!) il
a beautiful woman, would be a soun
rather than inspiration fur worship ii
honest!) keep his eyes on the prayi
beauty is bed
I am afrai-i AmerU
diverted by women from greater pur:
It was a beak day that da) -
when Iwo of the prettiest women in !
dom Elizabeth Taylor and Marti; -
were disturbing!) ill The front pag<
were full with stories Ol the ill
gasping for breath in London, and th
all but abandoned hope. She aloni
ful. Marilyn had suffered of ne:
thtre was apprehension in the iand lest hei
now be* denied our young and old :
on that bleak day that this col in
cheer himself up by taking a ham it > shaw ai
hair wash. As I entered the shop, I a
the barber whether he had heard th* lat -: Dews on
the radio about the two ladu-
For a moment I stood ball
ance. but I was even mere baffled b) hi- answer
when it came. With a gleam in his eve lie told
me: "Mister, you are the first man to come into
the shop today to talk about the two sick beauties.
All the men who have come to our -tore these last
few days have been talking about nothing else but
the stock market."
Sometimes Experience Can be Very Helpful
THE NEW MINISTER of Post- in th<
' Israeli cabinet. Eliahu Sasson. was in
terviewed the other day by an Israel
newpaperman and was asked if he had
any experience for the new job.
Sure, he replied, he had mailed let
ters and put s-.amps on them. Mr. Day,
the Postmaster General in Mr Ken-I
nedy's Cabinet, had about the samel
amount of experience prior to taking on bis jool .ur. Uaj.
I believe, once wrote a novel, so maybe he is a little more
iliar v i'h post office matter- He may know that books
conic under 1 post office classification, You I
have to put as many -tamps on them.
These example- would seem to indicate that you don't
really need experince-at least not to be a Cabinet Minis-
ter, but Mr. Sasson himself told another story showing
that experience does help. There was the time when Mr
Sasson wai the Israeli Minister to Turkey. That was his
first diplomatic assignment.
On arriving at the Turkish capital, arrangements were
made for his reception by the President of Turkey. At
the last minute, Mr. Sasson discovered that protocol re-
quired that he appear in a bow tie. and 'i'v-
,ake a bow tie,
father ha i .-

i\UI
Mr. Sasson didn't know how to m;
Sasson remembered that his aide- lainer ua
The aide was hurriedly summoned, but he d *
to make a bow tie ether. What might h
rible catastrophe concerning the diplomi
Israel and Turkey were averted when Mr
that a shop near hi- hotel had ready Bl
sale
This would show thai it is good for d
experience in makm 5 bow ties.
At the time of the election of Pope
Sasson had bcn switched to the Rome post and "V,, J
with -he other ambassadors came to the coronation .1
new Pope to offer the felicitations of then tjj
tries. When Mr. Sasson was presented, the m M
engaged him in conversation for a considerable '^^l
cording to Mr Sasson. the other ambassador* 21
why the Pontiff should spend so much time ",U,"L |t|
bassador from Israel, after all. a very small coun ^
was very nice of the Pope The new Pope. *n
perience, was bringing a fresh look in the Vatican.


Friday, December 15, 1961
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Youth Give Straight-f rom-Shoulder j
Views on Puzzling Problems in Education
YOUTH KNOWS AND WANTS TO BE HEARD
Teen-Agers Gather
For Annual Conclave
FOB RELATED STORIES ... SEC. B
What does the teenager think
Of today's education? The an-
swers flew East a.id furious Sun-
day on such sublets as what's
important, Homework grades,
dep'h of suhje: s. why go to col-
lege. TV classes, Hebrew and
Sunday scnooi, censorship and
politics.
A! the eighth annual teen-age
conclave of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center. 390
\<>urig people !ia i their say on
all the "hoi. is les" Of educa-
tion, both general and Jewish,
and came up w th a surprism j
battery of idea, anJ recommen-
ns.
Conducted at the Dupon: Pla-
za hotel, be c i iclave brought
i get her iga from :'..; Cen-
ler clubs o sen r high age
from van'".- branches throu :>ade COt
The after,vi opened with a
luncheon, aMr*-,sed by Dr. Ken-
neth R. Williams, president of
the Dade Court*/ Jjnior College.
on the tnene "Teens Look to
the New Frontier Through Edu-
cation."
The luncheon was also ad-
dressed by Cen'.er president, A.
Budd Cutler, w.io expressed his
pride in the high goals that the
clubs had set for themselves
Staff coordinator for the event
was Davii Es. Branch director. There was a
vale lictorian address by co-
chairman Marilyn Kornstein.
The meeting was c >nducted by
Sidney Stern and Irene Gen-
shaft, wh> were the other co-
cha.rmen tor this r's event.
There was a joint recognition
of Chanuka and /^rin Rights
Daj in connection with the
the nen irah.
F til wing the lunc leon ses-
sion, a": of the lele {at (s partici-
pated in ten concurrent work-
Ib laj x- brought to
a close with a I a Kit show
The young people who occupy
the seats in our classrooms had
their day in court when they were
asked to give their straight-front-
shoulder views on some of the most
puzzling problems in the field of
education, where the answers up
until now have not been coming
from the classroom set, but from
outstanding educational authori-
ties.
Although these may not have
been expert opinions, they were
honest, and they were given as
they appeared from the viewpoint
of the learner. For instance, teens
attending a workshop on "What
are You Getting from Your High j
School Education?" said the fol-
lowing:
The amount of subjects car-:
ried each semester is just about
right; however, less than one-halt
of the subjects ottered go into
enough depth to satisfy.
The most important subject of
all is English, because the ability
to write, speak and read is needed
in all other subjects; but the other,
most important subjects are math-
ematics because it helps "make
>ou think out problems." history
and comparative government, and
languages.
Teens are aware that they do
not speak and write as well as they
should; they feel that their errors
are overlooked ar.d they would pre-
fer to see a 1 I mistakes clearly
marked so that they could learn
what to do
The workshop that tackled the
question, How are the New ideas
in Education Working Out?" pro-
duce.-; the following results
Goals are set too low for gifted
students and possibly somewhat
too low for average students.
There is more emphasis on
sciences, but not enough on math
;-nd languages. The Russians seem
to kno'A man y other languages
Don't we have a similar responsi-
bility'.'
Present grading systems are
basically lair, but parents, stu-
dents and teachers are all more
concerned with grades than with
real learning. It is common knowl-
edge that good grades can be
achieved with minimum study, and
that real study and grades may not
have too much connection. We
should return to the numerical
grading system, from zero to 100
because more accurate grading can
be achieved this way.
Homework requirements should
be higher. Teachers generally do
not know whether students have
done their homework or not
Those delegates who had the op-
portunity to recommend their own
improvements in the educational
system attended another session
where things went in the following
manner
The initial responsibility for
teaching is up to the teacher. Alter
that is is up to the student to take
it seriously.
Gifted students have some but
Student Cong. Installation Set
Langer; reUg >us :hairman, Linda
Officers and members of the Kaufman
oard of directors of the student president. Merle Maeroft; vice
ngregation at Beth Torah will be president, Diane Gurman; secre-
installed at late Friday evening, tary Harold Rabinevitz, Rita Ha-
services by Rabbi Max A. Lip- ber Leonard Toonkel; treasurer.
-.in!?, spiritual leader of the con- u>e tr:..je[; hostesses, Cheryl
gregation. stuard, Jacky Kirsehenbaum,
At the installation, the fourth an- Sharon Leopold
rual affair, the students will par- Torah readers, Richard Kagan.
ticipate in the service. Alan Kirzner, Parry Goodman, Per-
., -\ I eff Scott Choes, Andrew Sand-
Each Saturday mormne. students ;> L?j ..;,rr;,an
conduct their own services for J. Taylor, Stephen Wolk. Rob-
more than 130 m,. ,.:ers. Project* J R ,,,,, LaagneI,
ol he congregation tor "Us year en ^ ^ ^^
include the secur.ng ; an Eternal a' chants ,
: ght tor the Ark of their syna- Steven Shantzis.___
igue and a large kiddush cup to # ,
i used in the traditional blessing Qqq Jfl MdCnine
Plea Denied
Louis B. Rudnick (right), of Coral Gables, national vice pres-
ident of the Zionist Organization of America, congratulates
Dr. Emcnuel Neumann at a recent national dinner of the ZOA
in New York City. Dr. Neumann was presented with the
Herzl Award in recognition of his lifetime of service to the
Zionist Organization. Rudnick led the Southeast region dele-
gation to the national event. Looking on (left to rig'it,' are
Abraham Goodman,.of New York City, formerly ct Miami
Beach, national ZOA leader, who made the presentation to
Dr. Neumann; Max Bressler, of Chicago, national president
of the ZOA; and Dr. Neumann.
not enough opportunity for ad
vanced studies All classes Should
be grouped according to ability.
Students who art not interest-
ed in attending school should na
encouraged to leave.
Teachers are hot paid enough.
The qualities that make a good
teacher are the following: not only
knowledge but the aoility to pre-
sent the knowledge intf restingiy;
open-mindedness; patience; friend
lines.s. but not "buddy-buddy," be-
cause the teacher must command
respect: a good sense oC humor.
The jump from high school to col-
lege was envisioned by another
workshop, which looked at the rea-
sons for attending college and thft
ways to plan one's career Their
conclusions were:
Youth wants to go to college
for many different reasons: be
cause it is the thing to do and you
are looked down upon if you do not
go; because you need a degree to
get a decent job, even if you have
no specific skill; because you want
to get away from home, from par-
ental control, to be free to make,
your own decisions and your own
associations; for the girts, a de-
gree in "Mrs." (although no girls
were willing to say so, their nods
and smiles indicated trteir agree-
ment); some girls are really inter
ested in an education, but a career
for a woman is only needed to help
when the husband can't work.
Most local teens consider Uni-
versity t Miami or University ol
Florida because of convenience,
but would pr-.fer a prestige college
if they could afford it.
Art Show Now
At Temple Israel
The work or" s outstanding
American artists sin | shown in
a colorful exh ,lit lounge of
the Temple Israel Community
House at 137 \K I9thsl
The co!' i olay
until Sunday, Dec. 31, ar.d is open
to public view > as well
as Friday e\ before and
after wor vices
The show co r g-
inal engravin 10
graphs an I etchings, a
by Adolph Deh i
Chaim Grofs William i ,
llya .Schor. Harrj 3 and
G irson I I I rst in
a -cries o: li-
ned by the Temple Israel fine arts
committee, headed by Oavid Hoch-
berg
The exhibit will be snt to San
Antonio. Tex., after its Stay here.
Beth David Player*
First meeting of the Beth David
Players will be held on Mondav in
Room 7. at 8 p.m. Tht? new thea-
tre group can use all talents in-
cluding acting, directing, writing
i and producing. Oscar Riippaport is
temporary chairman.
CantirweJ from f*9e 1 A
lo .sanctify the Sabbath Day.
To be installed are:
Rabbi. Perry I. iff, Wart Haddad.
shamash, Andre/.' Sandier. Mike ,;,., ,<;,>,, nf the
Lewis, Eddie Wades; gabbai, Sandy as a plea for mitigation o.
verdict.
The court, in its completion ol
the judgment read!ng, flatly re-
' iected Eichmann's contention that
he was a mere cog in the vast
Nazi wartime murder machinery
that sent one-third of the Jewish
I people to their deaths during the
war.
Spelling out in details the rejec-
tion of a defense that Eichmann's
(acts were carried-out orders of
superiors, the judges declared that
'such arguments are not to be
voiced in any state In the world
which bases itself on the rule of
law. This attempt co turn an or-
der for the extermination of mil-
lions of fil people into a
cal act with the aim of thus
criminal

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Response Varies to Yule in Classes
Jewish and
celebrations.
Christian
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NEW YORK (JTA) Varying
responses were reported in three
Eastern seaboard area cities to
Jewish requets for elimination tft
sectarian observances in public
schools during the pre-Chnstmas
period.
In Troy. N.Y the Board of Edu-
cation decided to adop: a policy
urged by the Troy Jewish Com-
munity Council to drop observan-
ces of Jewish holidays in plays and
pageants in Troy public schools.
The hoard, however, left un-
changed the traditional Christmas
programs in the school. Children
will be excused from participation
or attendance ai Yule programs.
In Hamdew, Conn.. David Wyl-
lie, the school superintendit is-
sued a directive calling for the
tie emphasis Christmas ob-
servances in Hamden public
schools. The New Haven Jewish
Community Council had request-
ed that action, recommencing
generally the elimination of both
In New Haven, that plea was jj
nored. School officials nukI Chnl
mas will be observed in New HavJ
public schools "as it has been M
the past 100 years."
In River Edge. N.J a towq
10.000 mostly non-Jeuivh. a oigT
foot Menorah erected on the !'
ot a Jewish family attracted Km
trom non-Jews and the R:\erE4J
Lions club.
MEW PEARSON
Dr. Arzt Will
Talk at Party
On Thursdays evening. Dec 21.
Daniel Dubbin will host a cocktail
reception "for men only" in his
home at 6500 Allison rd.
The party, set for 5 p.m.. will
feature Dr. Max Arzt. vice chan-
cellor of the Jewish Theological .
Seminary of America.
He will describe the Chair in
American Jewish History being
established at the Seminary in
the name of Dr. Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-EI.
Reception co-chairmen are Jos-
eph Cohen. Samuel Halperin. and
Emil Morton.
Also to appear will be Drew
Pearson, internationally renowned
columnist and news commentator.
Members of the reception com-
mittee are Raymond Feiner. Sam-
uel Friedland. Charles Fruchtman.
Sydney Cans. Ben Gittleman. Leo
Robinson. Gabriel Heatter. Joseph
Lipton. Jack Popick, Joseph Rose.
Harry Sirkin. Milton Smith, and
Alfred Stalford
Frisco Youths
Plead Guilty
Continued from Page 1-A
day. Two juveniles admitted
guilt, and were placed on proba-
tion.
Other incidents during the period
included the smearing of the word
"Eichmann" across the front of
their home; the smashing of their
front windows with beer bottles;
vandalism against their car; and
the sending of unwanted deliveries
and services, including a police-
man to the Bowman home.
Bowman. 59. who lost 25 pounds
during the 15-month ordeal, finally
brought an end to the terror cam-
paign by calling Mayor Geore
Christopher. The youths, who were
arrested and indicted last June,
were charged with conspiracy to
commit arson, malicious mischief,
and making lewd telephone calls.
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A cocktail party Nov. 28 at the Deauville hotel given by Dr.
Mrs Philip < Idstein, oi Buffalo, N.Y., in honor of the ( n >
: of their daughter, Phyllis Anne, to Robert S Gross, son oi
f, -s Leonard Gross, and the late Mr, Gross Displaying her
often and prominently, the future bride was pretty as a
re in a black faille, full-skirted frock with scoop neck and
c r>rchicis The family group of 25 included her grand-
Is, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bergman, also ol Buffalo Last
r ''ay evening, the bridegroom's mother introduced her son's
i ee to his many young friends at a cocktail party in her home
jil 744 Lakeview dr. Phyll's adorable in an Italian knit of
irdum red The engaged couple are both attending the
versity o; Miami, she in her senior year majoring in speech
rapy, he in the law school During mid-semester vacation,
i i iiy to Buffalo where the Goldstein family and friends hav<
i r.ned a number of parties in their honor Wedding will be
in August .
Another bride-elect treading the party circuit is Nikki Kraus.
v! will marry Jack Press in January Daughter of Yvetle
Mickey Kraus, of Adams ave., Nikki will be guesl of honor
.-,: a linen shower on Saturday at the Algiers hotel given by Mrs.
A' Bernard and Mrs. Sol Brooks Dipping into her lovely
licusseau, blond, attractive Nikki plans to wear an ensemble of
:.- ( hopsacking semi-bell skirt with pink rose buds on a basic
-i!k top and matching snug, two-buttoned jacket, acces-
sed with white faille shoes, pearls, and of course, her lovely
i ;ement ring'.
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' here's a happy reunion on the way lor Maxwell and Bea
their children and grandchildren ... All the way from
e Janeiro. Ted and Sue Hyman will brin_ nine-month old
who will be meeting hi> relatives for the firsl time .
. j has been in Rio foi two years, where Ted was on .<
atical with the International Cooperation Administration .
I b< luri ng to Ri eigh, X.C., afu r their visit here
I iris and husband Larrj Sperling will arrive
bi nging with them Michael 5, 'Gene :< and Ann llene, 5
who will be to her grandfather for hi: rsl
here from Washii ;ti i.C. .
lortest trip I ': the Buksti l family The
[axwi and their thsgj youngsters,
I .,,.., who hi ''i'"! s party on Wednesday,
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\nother family reunion for the holidays. Vickie-Ellen (Mrs.
Friedman will bring Joshua 5. and Sally 2'j. from l.os
les, where they moved in June, to visit with her mother.
.' Said ilrma) Herman at 4044 Meridian ave., and their paternal
nother, Mrs Anne Friedman There will be a second
nuka party lor the children who had the first one on the
W< t Coast And Vicki will be here in time to attend the Beth
>m Sisterhood luncheon Wednesday when Irma receives a
e' award ... Joe will Join his family in January.
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Seventh annual reunion of former Finewood campers, Inline
i .. rs, friends and families Sunday afternoon at Hillel House on
< University of Miami campus ... In addition to the fun of re-
nt ng acquaintances. Hurt will be the usual indulgence in refresh-
ments dancing, singing, award-, and the showing oi films taken
thi past iamp season in Hendersonville, N.C. -
bal was no chance meeting that saw Mrs. Marwin Guberman
mi at the Lambs with Eleanor Gunby The former is the
i ; ,.....i the fashion show to be given by the Children's Asthma
rch Institute and Hospitals Lorber chapter, and by no co-
ii lence, the latter is fashion director for Jordan Marsh Nat-
onthey were making plan.- for ihe Mai 20 event
Nothing quite .-o esthetic on the minds ol the Walter Letter-
irans and the Leonard Lettermans seen dining recentlj at the De-
tinental Just interested in food ... _
Candidate for a spot on the show "What's My Line? -Mrs.
Jacques Cohen Answer ls-piano dealer Just returned from
' llenville, where she operates her Music (enter in the summer.
: preside over the Miami Beach Fiano Company which is hex
winter activity Brought Lack her right hand mar. William J.
Stackhouse, piano technician.
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IJTewisli Floridian
Miami. Florida, rndav, December 15, 1961
Section E
Home for the holidays, Arthur Sater, in bis lunior year at
Western Kentucky State College, will fly in on Saturday to see bis
many friends and relatives ... Son of Mrs. Nat (Pauline) Sate,
and grandson of Mrs. Anne Kaplan. Arthur is .still remembered at
Beach High for his prowess on the basketball court .
Here from Hillside. N.J.. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Wolfson wiUbe
at the Colonial Inn for a month Former instructor >t Columbia
University, Dr Wolfson used to edit the Bergen County Dental
Magazine He's the nephew of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, who directs
the Miami Beach Spinoza Outdoor Forum
Frequent visitor. Mrs. Sadie Heifetz, will divide the next
months between daughter Ruth (Mrs. Charles) Jacobson and other
daughter Blanche (Mrs. Harry L.l Lmsky .
Stee Place to celebrate a Bar Mitzvah Is a Country Club, pre-
ferably your own .1 there happens to be one in the family Just
by chance Alan Fomerantz' lather. Harold and his ******
Morris F..x. with Sheldon Kay. are readying the Wertbroofce
atry club which though it won't be officially opened until
I v. will more than serve on Dec 23 for Alan party.
Among members ol the Ambassador's Corps
of Hosts for the Ambassador's Ball to be held
Wednesday evening. Dec. 27, under auspices
of the Israel Bond Organization are 'hom left)
Mrs. A. J. Harris, Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Carl
Weinkle and Mrs. A. C. Fine. They are dis-
Helping their husbands, chairmen of the Hebrew Academy's
scholarship fund dinner are (upper left to right) Mesdames
Wolfie Cohen and Leonard Rosen. Seated (left to right) are
Mrs. Jack Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Revitz. They are adding
the "women's touch" lo the gala event taking place Sunday
evening at the Deauville hotel.
Pioneer Women Slate Events
Golds Meir Club, Fioneer Wom-
en of Greater Miami, will hold its
annual post-Chanuka dinner cele-
bration Sunday. 6:30 p.m.. at the
Royal Hungarian restaurant. 731
Washington ave. Mrs. Isaac Push-
kin is president of the group.
Mrs. A. Seltzer, chairman of
the Child Rescue Fund to which
all proceeds will be given, will con-
duct the evening's program Rabbi
Morris Skop. spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Shirah, will be guest
speaker.
Invocation will be given by Mrs.
Marion Meyer, cultural chairman,
and Mrs. Rose Rosamond, musical
tor of Temph el will pre-
, a group of songs accompa-
cussing several innovations which will be
highlights at this year's Ball, including the
presentation of "daughters-come-of-age" to
Israel Ambassador Mordekhai Shneerson arc
Gov. Farris Bryant, who will be guests c:
honor at the Ball. (See story. Page 4-B.)
Mrs, Dickscn
Tclks Wednesday
Regular monthly meeting of
Temple Zamora Sisterhood will be
be! I Wednesday evening.
William Dickson. vice p:
dent of Florida board Ol National
Women's League, will speak on
"Membership and the Importance
ol Sisterhood."
Hostesses for the evening will be
Mesdames Sam Rozeen, Morns
M skowitz, Sam Konefsky. Max
Greenberg, Harry Kaminoif and
Jerome Lieberman.
Academy Women
Map Dinner Plans
With the cooperation of Mr and
Mrs Jack A, Cantor and Mr. and
Mrs Leonard Rosen, co-chairmen
<,! the Hebrew Academy's scholar-
ship fund dinner, a committee oi
Hebrew Academy Women, headed
l> Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and Mrs
Sheldon Dearr, have planned color-
ful and elab irate decorations for
Ihe 14th annual Academy celebra-
I on lo be held Sundaj evening m
the Napoleon room of the Deau-
ville hotel.
Color scheme will be pink with
glowing candles in silver candela-
Iras, creating an air ol warm ele-
gance. Yellow and white floral
decora'ions will adorn each table.
(leading the list of hostesses will
U Mrs. Maurice Revitz and Mrs.
Wolfie Coin |
in a special message to the com-
munity urging all-out support ol
Ihe 14!h annual event, Mrs Cantor
declared: "The impact of the He-
brew Academj on the cultural and
educational life of our community
has been unparalleled by any other
chool. .Since this event is dcdi-
rated to Ihe new Hebrew Academy
building, I call upon each citizen
ol this wonderful city to partici-
pate in this tremendous building
I rogram tor our children."
Assisting in the arrangements
arc Mesdames living Firtci. Sam-
uel Reinhard, Harry Genet, Louis
Merwitzer, Morris Bienenficld. Je-
rome Rienenlield. Alex Miller. Her-
bert Berger, Henry Penchansky,
George Kimmel, Joseph Cohen,
hew Zuckerman, Julius Rosen-
M H, Rosenhouse, and Jonah
( ; .
nied by Dr. rau) Czonka.
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Club 2 of Pioneer Women will
honor Mr. aid Mrs. David Matan-
ka. recently married, on Sunday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Greenberg, 1611 Len-
ox ave. Mrs. Esther Shedrolf is
president o( the group.
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Coral Gable* chapter oi Pioneer
Women will hold its regular month-
ly meeting on Thursdav even:,..
Dec 21, at Cookie; restaurant in
Coral Gables, and a "package
party'" Saturday evening Dec. 23,
.: Minyonaires 3737
Bird rd.
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Y.RS. AVRAHAM KOPERNIK
JWV Groups
In Dance Here
North Shtre Post and Ladies'
Auxiliary oi Jewish War Veterans
le,c a membership dance Saturday-
evening at the Beau Rivage.
Guests included Henry Norton,
commander of the State Depart-
ment of Florida, and Mrs. Evelyn
It Vine, president of the Florida
Auxiliary
The group was hostess Wednes-
day evening to a quarterly meet-
ing at Temple Ner Tamid, with
Mrs LeVine presiding. Mrs. Li.-
is auxiliary presides.
Cohen and John Schmelt-
:'- c~ Nautilus Junior
awarded
S25 1 bonds for their
in the essay con-
ic JWV Post
and r. the subject ol
Can Preserve the
peace."
Tte bonds were donated by Mr
Pioneer Women
Welcome Leader
All oi the Greater Mi-
ami C {Pioneer Women wel-
come:. Mrs Avraham Dostrpvsky
KoperniJi emissary of Moatzet
Wednesday evening at
the Seville h :el
N .. 1 ing the Ui iti I States
uece;
r.etr V.
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ci nvention
Ir. .. .1. r. ing ar. emis
for P; neer ''' men. Mrs. Koper-
; I -...: n A
f thi Royal Academy of
- Vienna she .- director
-....:: of Music in Jeru-
salen of a music peri-
odic, for chil ren.
Born in Israel, Mrs. Kopernik is
the daughter of Dr. Arieh Dostrov-
-.-;. I rsJ dean of the Hebrew Uni-
versity medical school. She is the
( i an engineer and they have
1 children. Her brother. Israel
rovsky, is a leading research
scientist at the Weizmann Institute
at Rehovot.
In the coming week. Mrs. Koper-
nJck will bring to the chapters of
Pioneer Women in the Dade area
the story of the contribution Pio-
neer Women and sister organiza-
tions in Israel are making towards
molding the new nation
last Lecture in Series
Lb- re in a ser.es on the
ivered
Rabbi Max A. Lipscbitz on
n Beth I- rah Con-
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Mrs. Izzy Karp. and presented
to the winners bj Vice Mayor of
Miarr.i Beach Marvin Englander.
who is a member cf North Shore
Post JWV.
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liav, December 13. 1961
t'Jpn iff- fhrktttun

adf
.-.iet'.G Szold lur.checn committee for Miami
ich chaptei of Hadassah includes front row
'.;:t to right) Mrs. Lawrence Silvermcn, Mrs.
Over Golden, chapter coordinator for H-Day,
!.is Lillian Goodman, Miami Beach chapter
resident, Mrs. Bes-s Fine. Standing (left to
.-ht) are Mrs. Sam Ruban, Mrs. Otto Sand-
Mrs. Frances Benjamin, Mrs. Isabelle
Slavitt, Mrr.. Joseph Amigo, Mrs. Hyman Ber-
gad, and Mrs. Morris Lencer. Not mesent, but
c'.so on H-Day committee, are Mesdames
Clara Goldberg, Betty Feinberg, Carl Suss-
Idnd Philip Kaplan, Joseph Rappaport, Henry
3. Wernick, Joseph Alexander and Ben Zeig-
nv-ind.
Opt?-Mrs. Fetes
PTA Presidents
Mrs
dent of Opti-Mrs.
(i udui' tl ri .
Seville ho
The ti 1 m, "Child
Wall," w hich emphasiz -
oi facilities .ind trained pers
toi treating emotionallj
children, was shown. Disc is i
period which followed was I"
Miss Barbara Jack, din
the Miami Beach So( la
D( partment, a;:.I a. .1. .\;
director of the Montana::
School.
Guests at the luncheon
nine PTA p:.....
Beach schools
Mesdames Sahag Girittl
Harbor Elementarj. Mill a Li -- r
Biscayne Elementarj;
W iss. I ei tral Beach Eleni
Theodore Kipness, North E
Elementar Abe M; i r, S i
Beach a y. a
sten, Tr< is ire Isle
'Treasurama' Sale Tuesday
10
i /.
. :il
Golden Wedding
For Greenbergs
and Mrs ". ;
brate th( ir go I
sen
gation
A reception in w II
iw the late evenii
\ si ration ......ir-
iage vows will take it I ie
ivilU hotel in Sunday
5 Jo I.-
.: -.!: Mr i,
i
Ki
r

leach Hadassah to Mark H-Day
fith Variety of Programs Scheduled
Fourteen groups of Miami Beach
I lassah will celebrate H-Day
i elaborate luncheons and pro-
ems Monday, and receive con-
ibutions for Hadassah Medical
anization in honor of Henri-
i Szold's birthday.
i lassah's half century of pio-
m public health and med-
in Palestine and later in Is-
has set standard < for the en-
Id. Through its established
oodman Group
leets Wednesday
if Hadas-
h I its meeting
.: Savings
Assn i i) eve-
up m -' will
in an
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ri leli lances.
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transformations in the lives of the
people. Hadassah's H.M.O. pro-
gram also performs a huge service
of health and education by aiding
42 Afro-Asian countries.
* *
Aliyah group will have a lunch-
eon at the Algiers hotel at 12:30.
a a
Bay Harbor luncheon will be at
the Americana hotel at noon. Pro-
gram will include a Fashion show
and musical.
*
Brandeis will '". in
the LaRoi i taine-
bleau hotel at noon. S musi-
cal pi gram will itun Carol
Donr by
I eslie Hude< nsisting -
from -
Deborr.h
.......;.........
program is -
|j ric co heard.
Esther nroup lunchj
eon at tl
Guest sr akei Ken-
neth ok .. fi II i;- a musical
nrr- .vlalek ai d acco
Bibor Stern.

Heni celebrated nday,
Dec. 11. in the Pompeii room of
the Eden Roc hotel Special pro-
gram featured "Majority of One"'
by the Temple Emanu-EI Players.
"Henrietta Szold Birthday" re-
marks were by Mrs. Jack Katz-
man.

Israeli group will meet Monday
at the Algiers ho'el at noon. Can-
dlelighting ceremony and drama-
tic reading will make up the spe-
cial program.

Emma Lazarus Will have Its
luncheon a: the Eden hotel
at 12 noon. Guest speak- w
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, who
has just returned from a world
wide tour.

Hanna Senesch luncheon will
be in the Grand Ballroom of the
Saxony hotel at noon. Miss Olga
Pavlova will be featured in a pro-
gram consisting of songs of all
nations.
* *
Henrietta Siold will have a
luncheon in the Rubaiyat room of
the Algiers hotel at noon. Rabbi
Samuel April, of Coral Way Jew-
ish Center, will be guest speaker.
* *
Shaloma luncheon will be at the
Seville hotel at noon. Barnett
Breeskin. violinist and conductor
of the Civic Orchestra, will offer
a musical program, accompanied
by Marteen Godwin. Mrs. Milton
Sirkin is g speaker.
* *
Southgate .1 r o u p its
luncheon on Tuesdav n i
!" ml ill i hotel "Ca
u will me-
, Henriett Szol
i> : r "Servii
the Heart." y Mrs. 1
.'.
-
Stephen S. Wife group
brate a; isablanca
aj R il bi Dav .; Lehr
of Coi
will a I Iress the group M
program will b turn sh d by
Asaka Tomito. loisl a< i in
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Saturday evening at the Hampton
House Club. 4200 NW 27th ave.
Myrtle Jones orchestra will play
for the CalypBO revue and furnish
music for dancing. Mrs. Betty
Hershey is in charge of reserva-
tions.
Senior citizens, 50 and over, ot
Dade Heights will meet Sunday.
2 p.m.. for a planned program and
refreshments.
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Friday. December 15, iggj
Sophie Tucker to Hold Reception
On Eve of Israel Ambassador's Ball
Sophie Tucker, one of America's
>ved entertainers and a rledi-
rated worker on behalf of the
Slate of Israel, will hold a recep-
tion for the Ambassador's Corps
. I Hosts for the annual Ambassa-
s Ball,
ihe reception will be' given by
V ?s Tucker on Thursday evening.
21, at the Diplomat hotel.
Ambassador's Ball will take
; ce on Wednesday. Dec. 27. at
the Fontainebleau hotel.
liss Tucker has recently re-
nd from one ot her many trips
GALA
INNOVATIONS
Among the many gala innovu
on- to take place at this year's
Ambassador's Ball on Dec 27
ill be the presentation ot
i aughters come-of-age in a debu-
tante ceremony to Israel Am-
bassador Nfordekhai Shneerson
. nd Gov. Farns Bryant, it was
. nnounced by Mrs. Anna Bren-
' er Meyers, chairman of the
Ambassador's Corps of Hosts.
Mrs Meyers pointed out that
the ceremony will include the
resentation of the young ladies.
I well as a stag line consisting
: young men escorting the girls
o be presented.
The ceremony, n e w in the
United States, was initiated in
England when the first Israel
i Ambassador was accredited to
he Court of St. James. It is
(\pected that the Miami inno-
\ation will be adopted in many
ther major cities
Mrs. Meyers indicated that
.iris and boys eligible to partici-
pate in the presentation cere-
mony are children or grand-
children of persons eligible to
. ttend the Ambassador's Ball,
comprising 1961 Israel Bond
Trustees. Builders. Guardian-
I nd Sponsors, purchasers ot a
minimum of $1,000 in Israel
Bond.-.
Israel, where she was honored
ir her outstanding efforts on be-
If of Israel thn ugh the is
n I program."
Members of the \mbassai
ps ot Host
M a: Mi :
\; A1111
..l Sldi nuln, Mi
V in \ > n uum, Mi
VI i id M
Mr. and M Jotyiph Ash, Mr. und
Mi- aim-mi Baker, Mr. an.i Mrs.
Meyer A Batikln.
Mr. and Mm. Max Bauer, Mr* Sam-
uel Beekernian, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
.1 Belskv, Mi- R!ih Berger, Minn
Ann.' Berkowlts, Mr. Philip Beiko-
wits, Mim BOe Berkowlts, Mr. and
M-s. simiiniiii Berlant, Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Berman, Mr* Shdie Bleler,
Mr. unit Mi- Mot-rig Bfenenfetd, Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Blldner
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin I Binder,
Mr and Mi- Sam Htank, Mr and
Mrs. William Bornsteln, Mr. and Mr-.
Samuel Botway, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
E Bower, Mr. and -Mis. fetal Brager,
Mr and Mrs. Edmund Brant, Mr. and
Mrs. Shepard Broad, Mr, and Mrs.
Michael Hionsteln, Mi nn 1 Mrs
Jonas .1 Biotmnn, Mr and Mrs Vn*.
i in i tin k.-. Mi. and Mi- .lock Bur-
Mrs". Sol Cantor.
.1.1.1. Carnei. I r nn I
Cassel, Mi nn l Mrs
\\ -k>. Mi S>'"l
In ..ml Mrs Ralph I'oliu.
Mrs lien Coin n, Mr an '
stein, Mr. and
Mr. and Mis.
Mrs Alirahdm
Charles Chan
Chussltt,
Mr. and
,n,l Mrs
11-1,-jn
lenuin.
M x
Mini.
.Mi-
ll. -
11. n
hi.I
Sa ir
-: i.11 -
Don !l Rlk nd,
Kit, Mr Samuel
ICntinc, M
Mrs Joseph ('ohen, Mr
Cohen, Mrs. Sal ill' ''
Mr and Mrs. Milton C
JuIiUS 1 '."-|" I
Mi and Mrs Mm i 'oopi r, Mrs
\'in.i C. Corrsln, Mr und Mrs Jueoh
i 'osom M- anil Mi A.ii i>n > "oi r-
shn, Mrs Sarah i zei h Mr ai ,i Mis.
Sam I', rani Is, Ml and Mrs >l i
I lenkti r, Mi and Mrs. Louis
.. in, Mr. :m i Mr* .ls< ;,|i
mark, Mr* I >a\ Id >eni Mr
Mi h, I.-.,.i, I -ii.ii Mr ,; Mrs
Dorfman, Mi and Mrs L<
-i. In, Mr. and Mrs Don !
Mi and Mr-. Leon i
Elmun, Mrs I'rnnee*
Mrs, Ben Essen.
Mr and Mrs Paul I ask. Mi an I
Mr* I lei man Felil Mr* Bel 1}
Peuer, Mr and Mr- \. C. Hne, Mi -
Irene Pink, Mr. and Mr* Samuel
Pishkind. Mi and Mr* Abraham
Pox, Mr. and Mr* Abram Pox
Mr. and Mrs Prank rVankel, Mi
and Mrs. Samuel Frankel, Mr and
Mrs. Sol Prunkel, Mi and Mi r..- ,
Frankenstein, Br. and Mrs. Wtanle>
ling, Mr and Mr.-. Mayslil.
Frledberg, Mr. and "Mrs. Benjamin
Friedman, Mrs. Fannie C. Prommer,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman, Mr,
and Mr-. Jack Furman, Mr. and Mrs
Maurice I- irmnn, Mr \'.\ Fuss. Mr
and Mr.-. Maurice Cans, Mr and Mrs
Sydnej ii ,11-. Mi and
Oeller. Mr. and Mr- I.,
an,I Mis llairv Genet,
Irving i Sent t, Mr. ami
, lenet, Mr, and Mr*
man. Mr. and Mr*.
SOPHIE TUCKER
Mrs. William Kline, Mr. and Mi
Ah xander Kogan.
Mr. and Mrs Max Kolker, Mr. nrl
Mrs Harrj K iretskj. Mi an I Mrs*
Tom C. Krixltx, Mrs lne Krensky,
Mr. and M S-imuel Kulok, Mr. .in.
Mi.. Sal hai K ih Mi u nd Mr .-
? nn Lachman, Mr und Mrs .'- I
Laurans, Mi Murraj I uxarus, M
anii Mrs. i .. I..-1 >o. Mi and Mr -
i i-i ar C. Lelchuk, Mi a :ii Mr* -1 i
, Level .-'ii. Mr. arfd Mr* A '...... t !
i.evlne, Mrs Saddle l..\in.-. Mr Mar -
. i.- Llhermnn, Mrs Rachel Lichlinn i
!i and Mrs Isadore Liebhober, M r
ami Ml.-. 1 >a\ i.l .1. 1. gill
Mr and Mrs, Mi*rri* Llpp, Mr. and
Mrs Joseph i.. Lipton, Mr and !
Samuel Lipton. Mr. and Mr* le-i
i:. I.....b, Mr. and Mrs. Martin 1 'tr
Mr and Mr* Alvln B. Lowe. Br ad
Mrs. Mill,.ii Lubii: r, Mr and A
Sam I.ni..>. Mr and Mrs Dave Mmr-
Kiilles, Mr ind Mr* Benjamin Mr --.
kowits, Mr and Mrs. William Me-
chanic, Mr. Joseph Meehlpw, Mr. ami
.Mi-, i.oiii.- Mel\. ItXer, Mr. an -Mrs.
Max Mevem, Mr. ami Mrs. Irving
Miller Mr. and Mr*, terael MlndMn,
Mr. and Mrs, A. .1 Molaaky. Mr. and
Mrs, M..iiv Morris. Mr and Mrs.
Kmii Morton, Mr and Mrs. Stanley
i' Mvers Mrs. Worence Sadler, Mr.
.ind '.Mr-. .1.1...1, ii. Nathan, Mrs
Harry Nelson, .
Mr. and Mrs Aaron Newman, Mr.-.
Anne Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Niis-I.aiiin. Mr. ami Mrs. Maiiry
dllnlck. Mrs. ,-elHut Oritt, Mr and
Mrs. Max Ormlts. Mrs Anne I'a.l.i-
wer, Mrs. Albert Pick, Mrs. Harry
Ma toff, Mr and Mia. Bam Pollock,
Mi anil Mrs. Liavid Ponve, Mr. .''nil
WM Jack S. PopICk, Mr.-. Miriam
Press, Mr. and Mrs. I'm id Provus, |
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Rambam, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Relnhard, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Relnsteln, Mr. and Mrs
Mauri..- KeviU. Mr. and !. i'hll
Revlts, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob KKkMi,
Mr. ami Mrs. Benjamin Rimer, Mr.
an.I Mr- Joseph II. Roae.
Mrs Pt tillne Rose, Mr. and Ms !;
Rosen M' "id Mps '.....lard R
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosen, Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Rosi nsteln, Mr. and Mrs.
i,oii|p Rosensock Or and M- B.
Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs Fred Rosen-
Siricln, Mrs Pannle Bklai Mr i v
Sklar. Mr. ami Mr- .s.,'h'., !?
Mr. and Mr* Herman Solenton m'
and Mrs. Leonard i .' ,m ,*" \,
ami Mr-. Fred Somerstein Mr. ''
ana K. Soimberg, Mi i m v"
than Kpiegelman. m mi ii-j,^':
e|.h F. Stein. Mi ml Mr irWr*
Steinlauf. Mr. and Mr- mi h,J
SUdakow, Mr. and Mr- I'atl Bun.
ki.,,1. Mr and Mrs. u in .,- aURHnu[
Mr. ami Mr- George I Til an'*'
Mr and Mrs. Israel Teiti Mr n'i
Mrs. I'liliip Th..... Mr uiio \,r- na"
old Thurman, Mr. and Mr- Abrainm
l -!m.ler. Mr an I Mis \ ,, \,
man, Mr. and Mrs A s .; \\
Ml an i "Mis. Carl Weink'.. Mr uj
Mrs. Sam VVelsse., Mi an.I Mr- \{,
\rsttz. RSlTBT Tin,I "Mr* h*nrv'
Wernick. I'r and Mr* H feYankU.
Williams. Mr. and Ml- N Woll
Mr and Mrs Louis K W" ,;.,.
Mr, ami Mrs, Harrj Vanli h I I
Mrs Manuel Yavelow, vli nn
Morris Young, Mi and Mi v.,. .
L. Zaretxky. Mr* Elizali 7 .
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel '/.: in
an I Mi.-. Mntthew /. ick i ..
iv Ir, Mr. an I Mrs, Mam '
Mrs. Oldn Rubin, Mr and Mrs Raj -
in.,...I R> Rubin Mr and Mr- Louis R-tdnW-k.
Mr and Mr.-. Pan Ruskln, Mr. and
Mi Robi -1 Russell, I'r an 1
Mej i Safra
Mr and Mrs, Han s Ralter Mi
Miii V. ,,!,'.: T Saidro, m.-s
Bchacht, Mr and Mrs
iSchick, Mi. and Mrs Sam
Mrs R it Wchtienfeld, Mr
i;. id Schwarts, I r. and
.-. iman, Mr. and Mrs. Arn
Mrs
and
I-. .
niainin
Schtffman,
and Mrs
Mr- Irwln
ild Seeder,
Mr and Mrs John Serbln, Mr and
\i, iMvid Sernaker, Mr. and Mr-.
Itenjnmln Sharps, Mr and Mr- Max
-..in', in. Mr. and Mr- lacob Sher.
Mr Fred K Bhochet, Mr. and M
.Ii Uii a i l Mrs, i:.
min Slegel, Mrs Rose Siege!!, Mr.
ind Mr- rtarr) Sllvel
Mr .'mi Mrs Bevmnur Slivrmnr
Mr. an.i Mrs. Sol Sllverman, Mr and
Mrs Harr) Slmonhoff, Mr. and Mrs.
s,.,. ; m mlmff Mr an Mrs Par i
Sisterhood
Will See Skit
Mrs. Irving Laibson. member-
ship vice president of Temple He,
norah Sisterhood, ha- planned i
"paid-tip member-hip pa I
held in the social hall on Wednw.
day evening.
Highlight of the evening will be
a skit. "Won't You Join Us Alice0.
narrated and directed by Mrs. Her-
bert Kaplan, program chairman.
Ca*t will include Mesdama
Marge Blistein. Robert Block, .Nor-
man Harrow. William Horowitz,
Stuart Levitt. David Ray and Nor-
man Shapiro. Mrs. Ray Morse o
Sisterhood president
Mi Arthti
., i ; K an, Mr
Mr. and Ml-
Mi- M till
Ml :- Oettli -
11. ii- \ Gilbert,
Ml and Mi- lien I Her, Mr.
Mrs. Bennle < littlen an, l and
Norman i lladsden
Mr and Mn
and Mrs. Bernard
, :, Re i iotdbi g
uel tl ildfarb, Mi
Mrs.
1.
ils :: isser, Mr
.; ,1,1, Mr, and Mrs
Mi and Ml Sam-
ii i Mrs Israel K
Goldman, Mr- & sabeth Goodman,
Miss Esther I Miss I.ill! in
i;.....Iman, Mi and Mrs. Paul R
don, I -i and Mrs Pi II \> Gotlli Ii. Mi
.i m i iMu ai .1 ad, Mr a n I Mrs
Harold (Sranoff, Ml and Mrs Sum
in l i !r lubart, Mr anil Mrs I .
, ireenfleld, Mrs, Jenn ii
Mi ml Mi Louis :r,.--! m, Mi
I Mrs Samuel H M ., ml
Mrs Ellas Halm rn
Mrs Rose Hal|i x' .....id.
Hamersclilaa, -^l1 u x' A .1
H M ind Mi ll.ii v H
Mr. ., nd Mrs. I. H Mr
and Mrs Isadore Hi ; Mi ind M
M ,\ ii,-, In Mi in i Mrs lien H
.v.. i..,ul Hlrsi h M ., .1 M M..I'-
ll R Ml
i \ K in. Mi an l
Id Karroi Ml in Mr>
Mr M
11 Mr and M
ind Mi
. VIn U Kli Ii Mi
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accommodations ranging from ultra-luxurious to modest.
- ^-i^,..

".Vhile many individual Greater Miamians have received free
Polaroid Cameras and Polaroid Camera Kits as gifts from The
Jewish Floridian. the Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood this
veek became the first organization here to receive a free
Polaroid Camera Kit at the successful conclusion of their Jew-
ish Floridian subscription campaign. Shown are Mrs. Wil-
liam. (Beverly) Mars, 801 NE 179 ter., financial secretary, and
Mrs. Stanley (Neldal Golden, 17610 NE 3rd ave., president of
he Temple Ada'.h Yeshurun Sisterhood, proudly holding the
i-:it presented tp the S'sterhood for bringina in 13 new, local
subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian. Both individuals and
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Friday, December 15, 1961
*Jewist) ftcridiar?
Page 5-3
Beth Am Ladies Plan Meeting
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am
has scheduled an eventful week
for its membership.
On Saturday evening, paid-up
memhei> will be entertained at a
cocktail part) in '.he Temple So-
cial Hall, lho party is an annuar
affair, and all paid-up members
are invited. A program under

Members of Miami Beach Opti-Mrs. in excited dren, principal project of the group. Shown
..cipation of their Book and Art Sale on (left to right) are Mesdames Larry Weston,
day at 536 Lincoln Mall. Hundreds of Harold Druker, Lou Freeman, Melvin J. Rich-
r:ginCU paintings, as well as thousands of ard, president. Murray Sonnett, vice president,
vs, will be offered for sale with all pro- Leonard Platt and Arthur Leibowitz.
feds going to aid emotionally disturbed chil-
Adath Yeshurun
Adds to Faculty
Mrs. Belle Klbaum has been
added to the faculty of ihe relig-
ious school of Temple Adath Yesh-
'fiKtmi timti Seaou 3Bo-a urun.
Donald Simon, eharman of Un-
heard of education, has also an
nounced (hat Charles Smook and
Sam Rubinstein have been en-
gaged to assist in the Bar Mit/\ ah
department ol the Hebrew school.
Cantor Abraham Reisman is su-
pers isor oi education.
The adult class in "Philosophy
of Judaism" meets on Wednesdays
at 8 p.m.. and a class in begin-
ners Hebrew meets on Thursday:
-m
?& temri Seeasa JBonn
i *^r \*sik^r^'^v. '^m W
* ' y%^- % ' 55 liVS la
W*m ji I'M it fa
J& & *'

Home Auxiliary
To Meet Here
Membership meeting of the Mi-
ami Women's Auxiliary ol the Jew-
ish Home for th< Aged will take
ilace in the Day Care Room of
Douglas Gard< ns on Thursday,
Dec 21, at noon.
In the spiri lanuka, and in
i r in acqu new women's
h Home, a luncheoi
v ill be in the brie!
- \ tour oi
ivi

Ah -.
ii
the direction of Mrs. Dorothy W I
\rill feature members ol the Sisl
hood in a series of original ski
Wednesday morning, the 11
education committee of the Sh
| hoed will present another oi
, monthly current .event si tun
Eric Raepple will discuss "St
Policy and the Soviet Union T
lay." Talk is scheduled tor '
a m. in the teen-age lounge ol tl
Temple Beth Am school bui!<
Also on Wednesday, at noon. (I
monthly meeting oi the Sisterhoi
will be held in the Temple .
torium. Mrs. Paul Goodman
charge of the afternoon's j
i, which will include i
iunch.
Songstress Will
Appear Here
ur Cholim Kosher I oi
Home will hold its
ly nooi L
:- hot! I.
:: i
y .. .. inten
Ptri ?. ivhi -I re| etoin

.i hei sell p am i i
Sabbath
Dinner
Holidays
and every day

Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president of Greater Miami Section, Na-
iional Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. Marvin L. Zank, or-
canizing chairman, and Mrs. Bernard L. Lorinq, vice pres-
ident of membership, attend an organizing meeting of the new
South Dade Division of the Greater Miami Section. This is
the ninth division in the Council family, a member agency
oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Shades of '25' On Sunday
Shoshana chapter. B'nai BTith play for a Charleston contest and
Women, is sponsoring a -Shades ot the Twist. Mrs. Jack Lependort is
: affair on Sunday night at Tern- n charge of reservations for the
pU B'nai Sholem. A live band will unction.
WIN
:oo
Mrs. Edith FtoM, Inrta gMMNi *.
Hollywood, Calif., won 12500 lor
her Kl KsNMMfc
FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE
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Kasha...for stuffing chicken, derma
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scups...side dishes with onions,
chopped mushrooms, peppers or any
other tasty use for this all time
favorite.
YOU GET $25.00
Send your own original recipe with
a Wolffs Kasha box top to: Phyllis
Wolff, Penrt Yan. N. Y. We will pay
$25.00 for every recipe published;
but every entrant receives a FREE
Kasha Cookbook and all recipes be-
come Wolff's property.
KaSfeKASti
KASHA ITALIANNE
1 medmm cnion Vi lb nnushioom*
1 $m. gre:n Fcppr lor 1 m'l'imi Mn)
gstoiM cilery 3 cups ccoked
1 clove garlic K.T.iia
V* cup (rated Parmesan cheese
Chop onion, green pepper ard relcnr.
Saute m butter In large iMIpt until solt
but not bro*n. *dd mashed giihc and
s"ced squash and cook Ml squash is
soft turning several times to prevent
tUCklng. Add chopped lorn .1^ and cook
Put in casserole. Spr.nhlo too Witt
hltle more cheese. Dot with butter.
Cover and bake in 350" oven (medium)
30-40 minutes.
detiCMA- Brown Buckwheat Groats
Mrs. Morse Will
Head 'March'
Mrs. Phoebe Morse has been
named Mothers' March chairman
for the 19b"2 New March of Dimes
campaign in Dade county, cam-
paign director Charles Hall an-
nounced here.
A resident of Miami Beach nine
years. Mrs. Morse has been active
in charitable work many years.
She is a director of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Miami Heart In-
stitute, president of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Humane Society,
and is a former vice president of
the John Foster Dulles chapter.
Women's Cancer Assn. of the L'ni-
versity of Miami.
As Mothers' March chairman,
Mrs. Morse will direct the total
canvass of Dade county by 15.000
volunteer mothers. The 1962 Mo-
thers' March will take place on
Jan. i.
Kosher your
meat and
fowl with
Diamond
Crystal
Kosher
Salt!
Three generations of Jewish housewives have put their
fullest confidence in this famous salt for purity and quality.
Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. Neither too
coarse nor too fine, it is easy to sprinkle and wash off. Perfect,
too, for all your seasoning. Today for your holiday cooking
and baking get a FRESH NEW BOX of Diamond
Crystal Kosher Salt I
makes crispier salads
Al<0 enjoy
Wollt's Creamy
: Kernels (grits)
Kasha N' Gravy
Kasha Soup
"Etz Cttaim1
Presentation Set
Ben Ka.z and family will pre-
sent a set of Etz Chaim crowns to
Coral Way Jewish Center during
the Center's Friday evening serv-
ices this week.
The crowns will adorn the Torah
scrolls on Sabbath and special fes-
tival services. They will be ac-
cepted by Irving Whitman, pres-
ident of the Center, in memory of
Mr. Katz' late wife. Sonia.
Oneg Shabbat following the serv-
ice will be hosted by the Katz
family.
Ordinary salt melts fast, wilts greens. Not so with Dia-
mond Crystal Kosher Salt. It's coarse. So it doesn't melt
readily. Just sprinkle on crisp greens. Then shake off.
Greens are perfectly seasoned and stay crisp for your
favorite dressing.
' Build your reputation from Cook to Chef!
Do all your seasoning with
DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSE
KOSHER SALT


Fcce 6-B
\kn 1st fhrkttairi
Friday, December 15, jj
Mizrachi Women's Convention Hears
Report of Institutional Work in Israel
Picker, i ] ,|
Mrs. Y. Stersi 3
Herman .
new i..
Making plans for the feshion show v.-hich will
be one of the features of the Sisterhood Day
I :. of the Sisterhoor c: Temple Beth
Sholom ore ..seated^ Mrs. Louis F. Snetman,
v ;- president; Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, pres-
J. Bernard Spector, co-chairman
c: luncheon committee; Ins Guiles, model of
Velma a:;d Peggy, of Arthur Godfrey rd., who
will furnish the fashion show; Mis. Michael
Mersel, ticket chairman; and Mrs. Samuel
Stein, co-chairman of the luncheon committee.
Sisterhood Day luncheon is an ennual event
at Beth Sholom. For the first time, a new fea-
ture will be added in the form of Sistie
Awards." The function is scheduled Wednes-
day at Beth Sholom.
^j^**""""""*"****^^
Cedars Auxiliary
Meeting Slated
Cedars <>f Lebanon Auxiliary's
first open meeting will be held or.
Tuesday, Jan. 16.
New members and those inter
ested in joining tbe hospital auxil
iarj will be welcomed by Mrs
Nathaniel Levin, presid< I
Mrs, Norman Brown i~
chairmai
Mrs. Robert Wolk, of Islands Division, National Council of
Jewish Women, shows a picture to visitors at the art sale
trcr.sored by the group. The pictures are on sale daily
through Dec. 16 at 536 Lincoln Mail. The art is the work of
Cuban refugees now living here. Proceeds will go toward
Council's Ship-A-Box project which provides learning ma-
terials and playground equipment to kindergartens in Israel.
KffVED
IN a cuss
OB A CUP
TETLEY TEA
I
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Beth Israel Ladies
To Hear Rabbi
nee! ng of the Si!
Beth Isri el C ngrega-
held on 1 noon
... Hall of the synagogue.
ritual
B h K'. will n
: Greenberg will read
"Meter in Poetry" on
ika. Mrs. Frank Fine is pro-
an, and Mrs Akxan-
' r M is president
National Confabs
To be Discussed
Plai nfer
flCCS of thi Vm< Is I
... bn v". i f Jem.*
lem will be Wednesday
light al .. rii' :;.': Shos
int< n onall>
'tnown Israeli entertainer and sing
ng star at the Monte ("arid hotel
The gathering, slated for 8:3t
p.m. in the Exodus room, will heai
letail- hi a Women's Division eon
clave scheduled Jan. 30 to Feb. :
md a national conference 11 tin
j \meriean Friends listed for Feb
15 to 19.
Miss Damari. who achieved al
most overnight fame after appear
ng in the Israeli film. "Hill 2-4
Does Not Answer." will be mad(
m honorary member of the Amer
can Friends at the reception.
Pa ip men I ers of the South
Divisioi '...'.,(i
D. G thi .: unit ot thi
....
. of which Dr M er Marks
sidenl at of A ha tmega
::;.< \>. hich Dr
Lawrence Krasne is Greater Mi-
ami \ ited
lUti: m.
1 v Israel
revui "Thi Land ol Yil-c and
Honey," also will be on hand for
the Wednesday night preview per-
form ..me.
Mrs. Anna Meyers, in-
ternal I woman at-
torn* y ai men ber of the Dade
just roturn-
>d frei srai.....ri ssed the
uni In si i< "i" Florida
. Women's
>rg inizatu n : Ami ri< a at the
I 0! rues
kins to
lolo :ati Meyers
n her i I inspection tri
he inst
iini d : thi Mizrachi
Vonn i's Orj
nethoi i
and; ration in sucl
Vocational Hi|
! .
ind the elei and
chool trai: ii in
1 Sch
.i
>le with ::.. tii lal ba< kj round
ire bi to I tke usi I il
ilac< s in th< lift ol Israel." Mrs.
dej ers declan I.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
>al of the Hebrew Academy, stres-
sed "the bridge of education be-
ween basic Jewish tradition and
oda> s demands upon young peo-
>le."
In the opening session Monday
'veiling, more than 50 new "Mo-
hcrs-in-Israel" followed the lead
>f Mrs. Fannie Mindlin. of Miami.
n pledging themselves to three
imes "Chai" each in the spirit of
he occasion. -
A new program for increased
ictivity in membership campaigns
vas agreed upon at the eonfer-
nce. said Mrs. Alfred Stone, co-
irdinator for Florida. Augmenting
he program will be Mrs. Israel
I'eiteh. Mrs Morns Bienenfeld. of
.lal.k- ah r: Mrs. Paulino
irundwi Mrs L. Lustig. Mrs
>j Ivia Mej t rs, of B( ach chaptt r
Irs Max N'ewberger Mrs. Harold
rokayer. Mrs Martha Sachs, ol
K>\ i :.,;-, r; Mrs. Aivin Leven-
:on. Mrs B. Hirsch and Mrs. F,
If you like
Make-Up Dir.onstrztion
Coi
3
lay, l 1:2 .1
i
KREPLACH
^CHEESE .
Ravioli
IN SAUCE
Ye. there's Yom Tov spirit in
ibis fine tea..."flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and stimu-
lation ... richer taste and pleas-
lire with your fleishigs and
o ilehigs and betwer* meal
(tireshroent...
Certified Koiher ^*S^7
finder anct Rabbinical Supervision
You'll love
HOLLAND HONEY CAKE
iS AN OUTSTANDING. DELICIOUS
HEALTH FOOD
MADE WITH HONEY, MILK AND RYE FLOUR
ALSO SALT FREE
NO FAT NO SUGAR # NO SYRUP USED
ASK FOR
HOLLAND HONEY CAKE
AT YOUR MARKET
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
CHEESE RAVIOLI
Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
famed Chef Boy Ar-Dee. Tender
little macaroni pies...filled with
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
with savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the-real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, toocosts only
bout 15c per serving I
Deep
rich
mellow
tasty...
MICHLESS!
no other cheese
in the world
hits the spot like
GENUINE
IMPORTED
SWITZERLAND!
SWISS
CHEESE
Buy it sliced or in a bi?
tasty chunk today for
sandwiches, omelets,
salads, canapes... for
breakfast, lunch, sup-
per and icebox raiding
It's the one cheese
everybody loves for
true ta'am of Switzer-
land!
Ta'am
of J,
Switzerland!


-v, December 15. 1961
*Jen1st mhrBdHan
Page 7-B
'i
\-
ivorite home dishes and cooking specialties
rill be served up at the Homecoming dinner
ance sponsored by the Women's Division
: '.he Miami Beach YMHA Branch on Satur-
day night. Preparing for the delicacies to be
served are (left to right) Mrs. Norman Giller,
president, Mrs. Sidney Lang, dance chairman,
Mrs. Leon Epstein, and Mrs. Maurice Gilman.
'Homecoming*
Theme of Dance
'Homecoming for Adult -
be the theme of a bufle" an! dance
at the Miami Beach YMHA n Sa-
turday night.
Several hundred people are ex-
pected '.o be present at '.ne affair,
which is being conducted by the
en's Division oi the "Y." Mrs
Sidney Lang, chairman of
event, has announced that the
dance will mark the first social
program of this type for adu
be held at the "Y" in aim six
years
It V
i; essl
year In the short
oi the
Members of the v.
! i n are personally
prcparii i all the too ; a la t I
ct urse iner to 1 ai 7:30
p m. Mrs Norman Giller, presi-
dent oi the Women's Division, si it-
ed thai her group "is interested in
bringing back many old friends
and alumni of the V.' and the
dance -hould help to reunite many
oi these people.''
A five-piece band will be present.
In addition to the dinner and dance.
an entertainment program ha; also
been planned.
Other members of the commit-
tee are Mesdames Leon Epstein.
Norman Giller, Maurice Oilman,
I Alfred Levi. Samuel Oka and
Arnold Rosen.
Holiday Party for Children
North Shore Auxiliary. J ill
War Veterans, will give a hoi ly
party for 150 children and Lr
- at the Unit) it
Palsy Center here on Wednes ly.
Mrs. Arthur Lee. child well e
i hairman, said that r
will be dona'ed by auxiliary m n-
I ers, who will aiso a<
ses at the affair
Ki pat Holim
Fete Saturday
L i cuti' of
v I !' ;
r at -i :.'. the
re
lona

S| ns s of the affair ial
Zian.
The functici 50th
anniversary of Ki | msd-
ical arm in Krai'; lista Irdt
organization.
The program will ah feat ire
Carol Donn. lyic I 0 I )i 11 I r a ;
Michael Gibson, internati i a
newned Yiddish stage star; and
Esther Barrett, pianist
Rabbi Morns Skc-i. -':- :\\
leader of Temple Beth Shiran, will
also appear.
Chairman of the evening is Jos-
eph P. Zuckerman. who will intro-
duce Mindhn.
Older Adults Mark Chanuka
ff
I %/:,
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1
tome ci the doctors' wives helping to spear- Stanley Margoshes. Standing (left to right)
Ld fund-taiing activities for Cedars of are Mesdames Lawrence Adler. Max Pepper.
iebeme- ribsrpital'a Heart Pavilion include Wayne Rogers. Philip Oransky. Bernard Yes-
p:t to right' seated) Mesdames Benjamin ner and Louis Lemberg.
Jren, Peubera Pochkind, Jacob Colsky and
lew Gift Categories are Announced at Cedars
Over 500 older adults in Dade
county, in four different local
in the community, celebrated :ne
[( ival of Chanuka t]
through the Senior Citizens Dei
ment of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center.
Judge Henry Balaban. city I
missioner and vice mayor of Mi-
ami, was featured speaker at the
North County Senior Citizens
Friendship Club. 14036 NE 6th ave
Judge Balaban spoke on 'Present
Day International Tensions as it
Relates to the Celebration of Cha-
nuka." Mrs. Balaban presented
a program of songs. Also on the
piogram was Cantor Emanuel Man-
del, who offered a traditional Cha-
nuka medley.
Some 40 visitors from the Gold-
en Age Clubs of Norfolk. Newport
News and Richmond, Va.. shared
the Chanuka celebration and lunch-
eon with the Miami Beach Golden
To accelerate new pledges for
j (level pment of a Heart Re-
arch Center in this area, mem-
an of the Cedars of Lebanon
v:har> .his week announced two
. categories of gifts ta Cedars
t" Lebanoi Hospital.
' Heart Mothers." women who
ntributc SI,000 or more to the
pletic: of the Abe Aronovitz
irt Pavilion, will make up the
ewest group of donors interested
larilj in the research and
reatment of heart disease.
The sicond category, "Heart
mardiahs," includes women COO-
ributing $300 or more to the
maintenance and development of
h hearl I oor.
With the evcT-wtaening con-
e-:i of MiamiatM in the incidence
I heart cisease, it is understand-
1 )'.e wh\ many persons have
forward to lend their sup-
I- to this project," said Samuel
Sapir president of the hos-
ital.
c men i !' the Women's
:~ion I ,v taking the lead in the
il weeks of their campaign to
se b; -nee Is for the
hospital which opened the first
three floors to the public on Nov.
19.
Sapiro announced that, of the 58
beds envisioned in the Abe Aron-
ovitz Memorial Heart Pavilion.
five have already been endowed at
$1,000 each, and a donor has also
endowed the Consultation Room
on the fourth floor with a S10.00O
gift. The Cardiology Dressing
Room and cardiograph equipment
have also been ear-marked for en-
dowment, according to Sapiro.
As of this week. 87 of the hos-
pital's 108 beds are occupied, a
near record.
By the time the hospital is in
operation one full month, we can
expect to have full occupancy."
Sapiro stated.
A substantial boost was given
Cedars' fund-raising efforts toward
the Heart Pavilion by new contri-
butions which were obtained Wed
nesday evening at the Mayor High
testimonial banquet.
We have a long way to go to
create a heart treatment area,''
said E. Albert Pallot, chairman of
,! Cedars development fund.
The Women's Heart Mothers and
Heart Guardians have made a
splendid beginning, but it will take
$500,000 to finance an ultra mod
ern heart research section to uti-
lize the newest concepts of pro-
gressive patient-care."
>., Frien ship Club, 1536 Bay rd.
In keeping with the h ilidaj spirit
. the cli raisi t
which will go to support the Louis
Lieberman Memorial Scholarship
Foundation of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center. En-
c Main-rent for the afternoon was
provided by Mrs. Lillian Zahn and
jack Hubin.
The Southwest Senior Citizens
Friendship Club. 7115 Coral Way,
collected wrapped Chanuka gifts
which were distributed at the
Children's Cardiac Hospital. Tnis
club celebrated the holiday by
sampling each others holiday deli-
cacies at a covered dish luncheon.
A special Chanuka song and
dance program, featuring the Sen-
ior Citizens Choral Group and Folk
Dance Group of the Miami YMHA,
was the entertainment at the Mi-
ami Golden Age Friendship Ctul>,
450 SW 16th ave.
DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS
UP NORTH WITH
FLORIDA'S FINEST
GIFT FRUIT
Do H the easy way-by mail.
Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grovu
for prompt handling.
YOUR FIRST
COURSE
is ready
with a
flip
of the
asses in Ft. lauderdale
: ligiouE sch iss are held
raple Ema Ft. Laud-
- ii n 9:30 a.m.
noon. Hebrt isses meet
im 4 to 6
OPPINGl'J
always look for the
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refreshing, calorie tree
jwtrnt nun SU6AB
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V2 bushel............ 5.50
12 lb. sampler.... 3.75
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Write fV free fefejei f many B' tefeeje***
VITA HERRING maki "feet dish for holiday entertaining.
i |Vl. its tangy flavor. r"ou'ii love Its eonven
bite-size hen-in pur^of-the-moment snack, a delight-
ful hors d'oeuvre, or an elegant fltat course. It's always ready with a
flip of the lid. Get Vita Herring in tantalizing light
wine or cream sauce, in the refrigerated food case of
your favorite food store. j^l,
P.S. Cu*U>m hn* it that a bilf of herring it
holiday time bringi good [nek all next year.


Pegs 8-B
vJenisfi ftcridfiatr
Friday. December 15,
13:1
We
the
Women
fOfTM
je?
WCVtAN OF THE WEEK
Edith (Mrs. Samuel) Gertner's son said: "Mother, why are we
I ping this old book"" He was referring to the Columbia University
A: mni annual. Ediih admitted that it's important once in a great
v ie to look back an-J remember. She was born in Mew York City,
v. -c to Hunter College, and received a Master's de.ereo in Romance
! guages at Columbia. She taught in the New York elementary school
s; em. On one election eve. at a Zeta Phi dance, she met her future
I band Sam. He was busy taking everyone's phone number, and
E Lh feels lucky that it was she S&OI called.
I'.ie Gertners came here 13 years a-.-o. Sam is executive director
Sinai Hospital, and Edl:h says he's completely wrapped up in
the job. Since their arrival, she hasn't let the
sand ir. her shoes bog her down either. Edith
took courses at the University of Miami and
Barry College, and is now teaching again at
Bay Harbor Elementary School.
The Gertners' daughter. Linda Marie, is
married to Dr. Gabriel Zatlin. Son Bernard
is a senior at Miami Beach High.
Edith is an avid reader, and spends a
let of her "alone" time at it. In addition, she
expresses her creative nature ;n a number of
lovely ceramic pieces she has done. When
it comes to husbands, she's a definite booster.
No matter to what subject the conversation
may turn. Edith always manages to direct it
back to her Sam. her voice taking en tones of
adoration.
When the Gertner home on the old hos-
pital grounds was torn down, they moved to
Biscayne Point. What kind of a housewife
Sam says she would rather clean than cook, and insists that
b walks arour.d with a jar of Jubilee in her hand.
rhey both love to travel when Sam can get away. The Gertners
motored through most of the U.S. On a trip to Hawaii. Sam corn-
ed that, lovely though it all was, nothing compared to Miami
B( ch. But Edith was in ecstacy because the phone didn't ring.
A born teacher. Edith's gentleness and love for children is evident
in er work. Actually, these characteristics are inherent in all her
l ationshipa and in the artful manner of her daily living. Ask Sam.
* *
AM ATTRACTIVE FOURSOME
Fay Ablin in a pale gold lurix suit which matched her hair, Ardelle I
I .tt in a smart chartreuse dress and sweater. Bertha (Mrs. Dave);
1 Hips in a brilliant green and rose black print, and Nettie (Mrs. Sol)
B oks in a white knit with the palest of lilac flowers on the sweater
ca1 together at the Brandeis University luncheon at the Eden Roc
hcteL Ardelle was collecting the baby dolls which decorated the
r; aits to take home to her neighbors' children. Bertha was trying;
tc ee clear across the room to where Dave was sitting at the men's
tabfe. Nettie Brooks was in the process of talking herself into having
a cjcktail party when she moves into her new apartment in the Crystal
K- ^se to introduce her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Markam.
will be here soon from Peoria, III.

OMCI IN A LIFETIME
The star was supposed to be William Bendix at the life member-
-.' luncheon of Miami Hadassah at the Grove Theatre, but the chair-
man. Roz (Mrs. Jerry) Soltz. stole the show. Everyone was guessing
about Roz in her one-piece dress. It's true. In May, there'll be a new
addition to the present three young Soltzes. Roz was an only child;
always wanted to have four children. Where could be a better
e to announce it than at a life membership party?
* *
SCIENCE FICTION IN MIAMI
Red. green and yellow lights whirled and twinkled as the Bur
i hs Visible Record system went into action at the world premiere
ol lie machine at the First National Bank of Miami. The "brain" itself
v\a the middle machine, cables under the floor connecting it with the
Other units. The wiring on the "brain" was done by a computer tied
into a machine. This was done in ten hours as compared to 300 man-
b< rs with 50 more man-hours used to check the first 300.
The penthouse in the bank building was just as exciting in its own
v. j as the machine The carpeting is white, and the furniture Is
in den) and very gay. The terrace stretches across the whole length
ot the building, and is done in yellow and white. The view is breath-
taking. No lights blinked, but the sun shone, the blue water waved,
the cars passed in unending succession, and a helicopter hovered lazily
in the distance. The dining room was in shades of blue with fresh
flowers on each table. Even though the computer was the topic of
conversation, it was impossible to ignore the fact that the food was
superb.
* *
ONE MONTH OLD --
Karen Stone is now one month old. She belongs- to Harold and
Rita Stone. At least they are her father and mother, but her two
brothers are so delighted that they are taking all the bewte.
* *
ONE THOUSAND STRONG IN OCALA
Some went by car, some flew, some went by train bui. they went
to '.ainesville to see the Miami-Florida game. Stanley Tate and his
Jon Bart and Jackie Cohen, and Donald and Carolyn Barmack drove,
an brilliant idea. After the game, they went to Stanley's fraternity house,
Tai Kpsilon Phi. where half of Miami met to isay hello. Naturally.
Aaron and Marcie Kanner were there, as well as Dr. and Mrs. Jerry
Denker, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Caller, and Mr. and Mrs. Julie Berman.

IT S OPEN NOW
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stone leisurely motored down from Canada.
topping in Rochester. N.Y.. to visit Fritzie's brother, Albert Kalen.
When they got here, their Swiss maid, who had flown down, had their
bcu>e at 5900 Pine Tree dr. in apple pie order.
Miss Feinstein,
Melvin Robbins
Vows Exchanged
A family dinner at the Edge-
water Beach hotel in Chicago fol-
lowed the marriage of Barbara
Feinstein ar.d Melvyn .Robbing in
the Surburban Synagogue of For-
est.Park on Sunday. Dec. 10.
Daughter of Mrs. Rose W. Fein-
stein. 2444 Flamingo pi.. Miami,
the new Mrs. Robbins v.as a guest
at the Americana hotel a few-
months ago as secretary of the
North American Society of Ortho-
pedic Surgeor.s at the annual con-
vention held on Miami Beach.
The bridegroom, son cf Mr. and
Mrs David Robbins, of Forest
Park. III., is an instructor at the
State of Illinois Home for Retard-
ed Children
After a hineymoon on Miami
Beach, the newlyweds will live at
4950 Marine dr.. Chicago. 111.
MRS. HAROLD KASSEWITZ
Scott, Friedmcii
Betrothal Told
Candi Scott, who is feature In
the new Murray Frank:." si
"Caught in the Act." will marry
Miami attorney Larry Friedman,
The couple's engagement is being
announced here. The wedding date
will be Dec. 24
They met while attending the
University of Miami.
Miss Scott was the featured
calist with the Charlie Spivak Or-
chestra, before loining the ca-"
at Murray Franklin's on Miami
Beach as a featured player in the
"Caught in the Act" revue
Pythian Sisters
To Hear Singer
Mrs. Teresa Grossberg, noted so-
prano, will be guest entertainer at
a meeting Wednesday, 9 p.m., at
Roosevelt Temple, Pythian Sisters,
4601 W. Flagler st.
Mrs. Grossberg is an understudy
for the Miami Opera Guild. She
recently completed a tour in the
Catskill mountains and also ap-
peared in "Eras of Women" pre-
sented by Props.
The program will also include a
comedy skit by Mrs. Edith Gross-
man, outgoing most excellent chief.
Comedy Singers
To Perform Here
Surfside Music Societv will pre-
sent the University of Miami Musi-
cal Comedy Singers under the di-
rection of Ladislao Vaida in the
second program of the 1961-62
concert season on Monday at the
Surfside Town Hall.
Singers include Frank White.
Bill Eastham, Ann Congelo and
Jean Vaida. Esther Barrett will
accompany at the piano.
Condensed version* of "Okla-
homa," "My Fair Lady," and
"Most Happy Fella" will be pre
sented during the evening's per-
formance scheduled to begin at
8:30 p.m.
Louis Hoberman. president, in-
vites residents of Surfside. Bal
Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands
to subscribe to the concert series.
Kassewsts, AgM
Exchange Vows
Sheila A
Mrs. Morns Ben Ag:d, F,.' H
Hills, NY, was man ;:i- (j
Kassewitz, jr.. son ol
Harold Kassewitz. of
Miami Beaefa, on ,'
at the Huntington ] ,.e '
Hunttngtor.. L NY.
The bride's brother gave hern
marriage. She wore a billerim.
length gown if ivorj silk .
fashioned .. t.
chantilly lac ir.d a b it
line. With it s .- w ore i vei
French aj I
open-work crown of s pearl! I
and can iqu |
is orchids
!. ies- he-vail
Miss Janice Agid, of the
bri : if 1
b1 iroth
; Lisa ^rlene \ i Miaia
Beach v : Kr r.- M
Miss Patn
Vi D.C The "
. lurmai
. ne ." .'
. .- Terry Kass
..-.:. '.was a
I
; -.- itt : ling '': Dai
igid ter of the bi le Fred
Kayi. .'....i. li Beach i of tie
-room. James Boas, ol New York
and Miami Beach. Les Si vertooe,
Washing) n, D.C. and Richard
Zimmerman, Forest Hilli 3ist
man was Marvin Singer, >l liootre-
a
Tii .. both attend the Uni-
versity of Miami. Mr- -
:- an education major and
will graduate in August. Her
ban I is a senior at the Unrvera
of Miami, and will gradual
February, when he will enter t:e
university's law school
The couple will reside
Cables.
: 3 I R T N 0 A 1 I :
A son. Jay Howard, to join sis-
ter Sharon. 5. born Nov 14 m
' Mr and Mr*. Norman Durraastun,
of Palm Beach. Mother of the
: new-born boy is the former Gloria
'Waldman. daughter of Mr ao Mrs. Nat (Belle) Waldman. grand-
parents for the second time.
Akiva and Roberta Bernstein
parents of a son. Michael Brian.
jborn Nov. 25. Waiting at 2001 S&
82nd ct.. to claim their n.'u hro-
ither are Gail Ellen. 8. aad Mary-
; linn Robin. 7. Grandparent* are
| Mr. and Mrs Morris iRo>e) 3er;v
stein and Mr. and Mrs. diaries
i (Theresa) Goodman. <
Cantor Lipson Due at Sisterhood
Is there a relationship between
Jewish prayer modes and folk mu-
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Why is the "Sh'ma Yisroel" sung
one way in one synagogue arA a
different way in another?
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for lhem when "The Whvs and
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discussed by Beth David Cantor
: William W Lip.-on on Wednesday
at Spector Hall. 2625 SW 3rd ave,
The program, a regular,'Ml*
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Friday. December 15, 1961
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yHE Jewish National Fund
' Counc:l of Greater Miami
held its 15th Jubilee Banquet at
the Fontainebleau hotel Sunday
vening. Wife of the evening's
chairman, Hrs. Leon J. Ell.
chose a blac'.c silk sheath with
icon lace appliques. Her -coop
neckline was set in with illusion
I,el.
Mrs. Daniel M. Broad, who's
husband was hon red in memor-
iam, wore black irepe. Among
t i' many guests who filled the
Fontaine Ballroom were Mrs.
Iney Ginsberg In black crepe
v. ith a point d' sprit neckline,
d aruU-length red satin thea-
tre coat.
Mrs. Hyman Bergad chose a
>i!k organza sheath with a
lace bodice. Miss Esther Good-
man wore a re! satin theatre
nsemble, a-.d her sister. Miss
I Lilian Goodman selected a
beige brocade ensemble. At the
-line table was Mrs. Anna Bren-
111 (Ben) Meyers in black chan-
tilly lace and chiffon. Her sheath
as softened with a hem-length
( illon pannier.
Beige lace over silk was the
choice of Mr-. Eugene Labovitz.
while Monya Lesnen chose black
i hitfon. Mrs. Fannie Sklar wore
the popular stik pesante in a
black full skirt and her bodice
was of black chantilly lace. Mrs.
Ralph Spear was in a black
sheath, and Mrs. Paul Gordon
appeared in a print. Among
others who chose black for the
evening were Mrs. Louis Rudnick
and Mrs. Irving Firtel.
Mrs. Abraham Grunhut's red
Chinese silk brocade was topped
with a waist-length jacket of
Mack peau de soie. Her jacket
featured a self fabric rose at the
neckline/ Mrs. Jordan Berkman.
who's husband could pass as
President Kennedy's double, at-
lendi'd the dinner in a red bro-
cade dinner dress and jacket.
*
AN unusual gold llame sheath
was worn by Mrs. Morton
Malavsky,. featuring a muted iri
descence over a foliage print.
Her sheath featured a scooped
neckline and three-quarter-length
PP
sleeves. Black chantilly lace was
the chcice of Mrs. Sol Goldman,
while Mrs. Louis Merwitzer se-
lected the lighter color combin-
ation of pink and white.
Wife of '.h? Fonfainebleau's
owner. Mrs. Ben Novatk, wore an
ensembie she had purchased in
Israel, featuring a black sheer
wool sheath with a bodice that
achieved its blouson effect
through the t.e belt. Her neck-
line was a straight slash and
hand-embroidered with gold and
silver threa: The embroidery
was the typical intricate work of
the Yemen-tes. Her matching
stole also ha i the hand detailing
at each end. and was finished
with >i!k fringe trim.
Ir. brief, women spotted in-
cluded Mrs Johan L. Berman in
a gold brocade ensemble. Mrs.
Julius Rosenstein in royal blue,
and Mrs. Henry Penchan^y in
peacock blue Black peau de soie
theatre ensemnle was selected-by
Mrs. Nat Hochman, and navy
and white was the choice of Mrs.
Herbert Shapiro. Her silk was in
white polka dots, and featured a
modified pepium from the waist
to the hips a scooped neckline
and bracelet-length sleeves.
v *
|u|RS. Mayer Abramowitz wore
mwm a striking gold leaf brocade
with the carefully controlled full-
ness of a bell-shaped skirt. Tur-
quoise chifton was the choice of
Mrs. Joseph Brenner. A black
chiffon skirt topped with a white
sequined bodice was worn by
Mrs. Zev Kogan. The classic
black silk brocade dinner dress
and jacket was the choice of
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. with her
jacket featuring the deep shawl
neckline. Mrs. Hyman Lefkoff
chose a yellow moygashel linen
sheath embroidered with white
cavier beading.
Mrs. Jack Buchsbaum is indeed
fortunate that her mother-in-law
is so talented, for it was she who
made the red and white silk rib-
bon knit that Mrs. Buchsbaum
wore. The dress was a sheath
with a latticed neckline, a Peter
Pan collar, and the classic brace-
let-length sleeves.
Page 9-B
Bon voyage dinner for Mrs. Bertha Solomon righ
by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers at her MiCRT.: 2b: zh home
to the departure of Mrs. Solomon last weei aboci
SS Jerusaler-.. 3oth Mrs. Meyers and M
known women lawyers, and founded Eeb v.- University oi
Jerusalem organizations in South Fiorid--. and the .....:'. ol
South Africa, respectively. Mrs. Meyers has Jturned
with her husband Benjamin, from a round-the-world tour
which included Israel and the Hebrew University.
First Isreali Night Club Here
Shoshana Dantari, Israeli sing- Others tea ..... are
ing star will headI the revue. -The >he [sr f | n'
Land of Milx and Honev. which ------
will inaugurate te first Israe'i m,0Sl exp? 's -' -
;v -i,,k .- s...i v.,nnu ;. .i- all native Isra r
Riegers to Mark
51st Anniversary
A fund at '.'' ai < ,
25 Wash eel orate
51s ed ling /ersary i
T les lay of Mr a Mrs. J >s< p i
Rieger i I 250 M I a: ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
Her he occasion will be th3
'; sbratihg couple's I chi
Mr and Mrs. Julius (Anna) Bar-
it :t and Mr and Mrs. Percy
Sar.ih; Rieger, bath of Brooklyn,
\ Y
The 51 wedd.ng anniversary
i mark the 2oth wed-
i '- a: .-. : of the Percy
R:eg< -
And, for a :':ird occasion to
the celebration a triple
i venl the second wedding anrti-
versary of the senior Riegers'
granddaughter, hr, is the daugh-
of 'he Per.. F. ,ers. Mr. and
Mrs Martin Etol rta) Plachter,
.. be observed
! r and Mrs. Joseph Rieger
came here six years ago from
'>' York. The couple are re-
Mr. Rieger is secretary of
iolcen Ring Club 1. and chairman
of its entertainment committee,
which will sponsor the Tuesday
celebration. In addition, he is
active ia the Odd Fellows.
Mrs Rieger belongs to the Worn-
, n's Branch of Workmen's Circle
''.02 and the Rebekahs. They are
members of Temple Beth Sholom.
night club on Miami Beach in the
Exodus room o: the Monte Carlo Miss Israel, the lovely G.la
hotel. Premiere will be Thursday. Golan, who placed second the
Dec. 21. at 9:30 p.m. ... ,.
Miss W >rld contest held in Eng-
ia.-i entlj will be an exti .
added attraction to the colorful
revue
The "Foreign Act" in the pro-
I gram will be a bright, young
America-, comedian. Will Cooper.
I who will also serve as master or
ceremonies. The revue is pro-
I duced and directed by Jacob Baal-
Teshuva and Bernard Cohen
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Friday, December 15, 133

The Courier
Sam C. Levenson, of Temple Israel and Rabbi Lct Krc-Tsh, if
Ti tple Both Sholom. have been named to the le
Dined Campaign for American Reform Judaism. a goal
0 S4.122.769 for support of the Union of American Hebrew Congrega
tioui and the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institm .
Mrs. Louis Glasser ami Mrs. Charles Chercrv/sky, ol V
have been named to the national board ol the Won the
\, erican Friends of the Hebrew L'nivers;t> Jers sponsors
01 Sl.000.000 drive for the Jewish Nation; rary
located on the new Hi', campus in Givat 1
; ue for Children sponsored .1 day at '.' .
manship of Mrs. Joe Gasson and '. Mrs. Robert Keacll
Richard Card:nal Cushing, Archbi
University at a Boston dinner as "something mor< than a I rum of
lei ing under Jewish auspices ... a phn in I
gr< 1 I in the history of Israel stand.- ready and available f inspir-
ation of the total community". .
This area's effort in behalf of the Chair in American Je\ His-
tory being established in honor of Dr. Irving Lehrman will gel a boost
at Thursday's cocktail party at the home of Daniel Dobbin, 6520 Alli-
son id., at 5 p.m. Co-chairmen include former Councilman Samuel
J. Halperin, Joseph Cohen and Emil Morton, with Dr. Max Arxt, vice
chancellor of the Seminary, as guest speaker .
Wednesday night we'll catch the preview performance of Shoshana
Damari in the well-named Exodus room of the .Monte Carlo hotel, with
paid-up members of the American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Alpha Omega dental fraternity, and the American Jewish Physicians
I mittee invited Shoshana drew rave notice- in the New York
Tii es for her Town Hall appearance in Gotham last month Louis
Krer.er.berger, drama critic, named chairman of the Brandeis L" Cre-
II Art- Award- Commission Agudath Israel 1 I \
:. : page booklet for married couple- interested in learnii
dox code of "Taharas Hamishpochah" (Jewish familj sanctity

attorney Joseph H. Kaplan participated in a legal institul on
la -management relations in Tampa Chuck Posrer 0
ige out of release from active management of Algiers hotel to .
centrate on outside opportunities" '. He'll maintain an office al the
hostelry ... It had to happen Florida Civil Liberties Union, as it
I promised in a debate point made by Howard Dixon months BgO,
1- fighting for Ellis Rubin's right to air his view- ever radio -
hen American Council for Judaism has come up with a S5.000
gift to Arab refugees from its Philanthropic Fund, which come- up with
this statement: "In helping Arab refugees the Philanthropic Fund takes
no ) art in the political problems involved between Israel and the Aral)
coi : tries, It is solely concerned with the tragic needs of the Arab refu-
gee themselves" .
Barbara Schwartz informs us that Harold Abbott, C.I..L'.. has been
named to the President's Club of National Life Insurance Company of
V( :iiont Edwin Wolf 2nd, of Philadelphia, has been reelected
president of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture Stanley
C. Myers is on the national board Joe Meyerhoff, builder of Dade-
land here and national chairman of the L'JA. heads the Encyclopedia
Judaica Press, which is sponsoring a new. 10-volume work being pro-
moted by Dr. Nahum Goldmann .
Aaron Courshon tells us Wally Wartger, one-time Latin Quarter pro-
ducer, is new casting director for Thunderbird Film Studios .
Norman Klein will do interiors of a new 'Roaring Twenties" lounge
near Lincoln Mall Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg has filed
suit in Federal District Court here asking that Economy Container
Manufacturing Company's owner. Henry Gibson, be enjoined from vio-
lating previsions of the Fair Laboi Standards Act Haifa Symphony
Orchestra, long recognized more outside of Israel than within, made a
successful debut as a professional group under the baton of Seviu
Comissiona in the new City Theater in Haifa Frank Pelleg, Israeli
pia.ist. was guest soloist.

J. A. Cantor and Herbert N. Schwarz are joined by Sam Luby,
Robert Russell and Joseph Pelligrino in top management of newly
merged Seaporcel. Inc. Alex Gordon, vice chairman of Metro, pre-
sented a 45-year certificate to E. B. Leatherman, clerk of the 11th
judiciary court, last week, which brings to mind that 1962 will see a
nationwide celebration of the 45tl< anniversary of the historic Balfour
Declaration by the American Friends of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, beginning with a national conference at the Americana
hotel Feb. 15 to 19 The Earl of Balfour has been invited as guest
ot honor by Daniel Ross, chairman of the board of the Friends .
First National Bank of Miami's presentation of its new Burroughs
Visible Record Computer System wowed a press luncheon Enlarged
"Israel Economic Bulletin." renamed "Israel Industry and Commerce."
has an excellent December issue available at office of Israeli Consul
for Economic Affairs. Zvi Eadan, 420 Lincoln Mall Super-Sol. the
l-r. el supermarket chain stock which was offered for sale two years
;._< in exchange for Israel Bonds, has jumped in price from Sll to
S13.50 a share Government of Israel Investment Authority has de-
Cid< d to shutter its Philadelphia and Pittsburgh offices, leaving Miami
in -elect class with New York. Los Angeles. Boston, Chicago, Cleve-
land and Dallas.

Tourism in Israel is up 35 percent this year, according to All
fig! es of the Central Bureau of Statistics Leads to the observation
that former Pennsylvania Gcv. George Leader used comparisons be-
tween Israel at the time of the Sinai campaign date 1956) and
with great effectivene-- a! the .INF dinner Sunda) night W<
ume to stop using it'48 .1- a bait for showing progress of the Jew-
ish State, and cite the Sinai as the time Israel's industrial and igr
tural development began maturing Congratulate
for Leon Ell and Sol Goldman for a masterful .job in gettir | a ca]
turnout for the 15th anniversary dinner and to Rabbis Mayer Abram-
owiti and Irving Lehrman for using their time wisely, without attempt-
['..: to overshadow Gov. Leader ... In fact, the dinner was successful
evt with soup served at a fund-raising effort, a true novelty these days
Akiva Goffer of Zim Lines and Larry Feir.-jold, of Getaway Tours
art to be commended for their handling of the difficult tour to Nassau
aboard the SS Jerusalem, during which dynamic Mrs. Bertha Solomon,
founder of the South African Friends of the Hebrew University, was
gue-t of honor Those invitations to the Ambassador's Ball which
will climax Israel Bonds' best year yet here are the talk of the town..
Former President Harry S. Truman is guest of honor Crt a
tribute dinner which marked the climax of the Israel Bend
campaign in Kansas City. Abraham A. Ribicoff, Secretary of
Health. Education and Welfare (right), was principal soeaker
at the dinner at which a presentation was made to Truman
in behalf of the Israel Bond Oraanization bv Col. JccoK M.
Arvey (left), of Chicago and Miami Beach. Truman was hon-
ored for "his historic support of the establishment of the State
of Israel."
Council of Churches Position
On Anti Semitism Commended
By Special Report
NEW YORK Th< A tfican
-h Committee has i the
World Council of Churches'
ndemnation of inti S m
itism as a sin against G '
man
In a cablegram t> the Third
Assembly of the World Council of
Churches now meeting in New
Delhi. India, the Committee stres-
sed that the Council's unanimous
adoption of the resolution con-
demning anti-Semitism -represents
a significant advance in the deep-
?ning understanding and mutual
regard between our great faiths."
The World Council of Churches
represents 178 Protestant and (
Orthodox member national church
es embracing 300 million adher-
ents.
The Committee, a pioneer hu-
man relations organization in
this country, also praised that
part cf the resolution which it
said reflected the Council's "rec-
ognition of the need to eradicate
the historic accretions of prej-
udice in religious teachings."
Studies of biased references to
other faiths in religious texts are
currently being carried out at
major institutions of higher learn-
ing with the American Jewish
Committee as a cooperative par-
ticipant. An extensive study of
Singeltons to See Film
Temple Me nor ah Singeltons
meeting will include the controver-
sial movie. "Red China Outlaw."
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the showing of the film. Men and
women of intermediate age are
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Helen Ovenrien will 1
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Prote-tant religious texts and
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the Union Tl cal Seminar)
in ler the directi in of Dr. Sern-
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(//I Fro'iessor to Speck
Teen-agers of the isv i|
[< rah Congreg iti<
Dr. J. Tedeschi, professor 0
gy at the University ol V
as :i guest speaker at their I
regular meeting on Sundaj ; 1
p.m according to Howar
president The USY held its an-
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heard Max Kogen, assistant
attorney, discuss "Juvenile De-
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Friday, December 15, 1S61
Jei*f ftrrfeffort
Fcce 11 B

Israel Stamps
On Exhibit Here
An exhibit of Israeli postage
stamps, on display at Chase Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn noo
Lincoln Mall, moves this week to
se Federal at 75th si. and Col-
lins ;.
N rimn Sstomorr, Miami Bi
rney, has lent the large exhibit,
which he said is a complete pre-
ntalii n of all the stamps issued
by Israel.
i'!i: i xhibit is ol interest not
11 Ij to stamp collectors but to all
peopli ested in the progress,
(ultu i i his orj of Israel," Solo-
n eclared
'II"/ libit is free and "pen to
m. to 4 p.m.,
Moi ys l i y.
ite Trio will be crmo] tail star performers with
raelCaval I Stars 1962 at Miami Beach
..... sponsorship of the '.
Leading Enter taiiirneRl PersenaHties
Due Here With Israel Cavalcade of Stars
rtun tj to hear some 11
I greatest artists in tin
srael Cavalcade of Stars
* II take place in tin M
i h Auditorium on Saturday
i Dec. 23.
tured will be such personal!-
- as Vaffa Yarkoni, one of Is-
most celebrated sin]
stars, who recently appeared -
li. :ng guest artist In "The Ni
' Stars" at Madison Square Gar-
i New York.
- Yarkoni, who is a sabra, be-
i r iareer as a young dancer
pera Of Tel Aviv. At the
' .:..: n pi leading impri sarios.
sas since tOUIH d Europe. .
I on televis
Sv itzcrlan I, I
ind S ndmavia
tso t iled s Itzhal I
15-year-old of
-
aranc< at the Mi
He first
Si .
ah
he has w
. aim of such well-ki
i -". rs as Yehudi Menuhin, .
Leonard Bernstein.
Solomon, When Ed Sulli-
first heard him in Israel three
rs ago. he brought young Perl-
to ihe U.S. and presented him
' several occassions on his pro-
It was durum a rental in
i York that the dean ol the \
iard School of Music heard
I iriman and immediately ar-
I ged a scholarship for him
Dudaim. Ben and Adam, who
an both sabras, will also be seer
II re. They are credited with do-
1 'ping a new style of sing
in three months after their
appearance in a theater club
r \\ \\ .. j were the most
terl tiers in Isi
they went to Pa is
ier ... j w< re auditioned and
by Milord L'Arsouille, one of
Paris' finest night clubs. The>
have since toured England. Scot-
land and Holla
Aric Kaduri. second generation
.. i one of Israel's best flute
and chalil players, and will present
several solos on the Pec. 23 pro-
i li Yemenite Trio. Me.r.
Sarah a I Arie. all sabras of Yem-
' will present* a com
:h gra] hy, sing
have mr.de
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id Asia and
the U.S
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Yottngerman
\ on Exhibit
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3241 J I '
Si n ay at 1 p.i
; Galli ry hours are t to <'
i
Mrs. V lungerman, w ho has
rds for her art work, is
also an active member el Bran
li is Womei Committee and Na-
tional Council of .Jewish Women,
Sl-.e is secretary of the Blue Pome
Artists S ciet> and class repre-
Pupils of Drexel School on Miami Beach observing the !:
srael display at Chase Federal Savings and Loan A
Fay Voqel receptionist at Chase Federal, explains the
lo Patrice and Jamie Safian, Barbara and ]>
.el.
: i th( Yale Art Expccti d at the i | nil are
. \. ... lei tiger.....n. M" J M Fi !" '' Dr anri Mrs-
a local realtor, she and her hu- ; iiiir3i- Tennesse. Ail-
ve .'liter. Mrs. Judith
r and Mrs K leth
Youngerman Gindy. long known oka- Mrs- Florence Pick, R
r her modern interpretive and Mrs. .' ph Narot, and Mrs.
dancil Marie Volpe, among others
give the new
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Rabbi to Give Review
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ere (left to right) Ralph Grossman, president-elect; Mac Marks
director; Paul Grand, membership vice president; and Henry
Caro. president.
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vJenidh fkrMian
Friday. December 15, ig6j
ieroli Cranman Steven C
M. luckerman
Dennis Lehman
As a gift to sub.^ribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas rtAitZveh.
Requests shouid be addressed to "Corsage tor You,' P.O. Ecx
2973, Miami 1. F!a.. cne month in advance. Ine ude the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace oi the. cerea-.cny.
home address and telepnone number. The corsage v.ill be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Fioifcer Shops in time
for the occasion.
Jero'c Cranman
Jerold 1'; I, son d Sir. and Mrs.
: will be Bar Mitz-
i Saturde; Dec. 16.
at Be.h Da\ Rabbi Norn an N.
ro will
A sevei I al Ponce
de Leon Mitz
vah .- a men r oi the Stu lenl
an football
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l-'. -. -
v hon-
or.
Dennis Lehman
i I
is '->
n D. Lett
(. dr during
ervices,
Shol
Dennis cf ( nfirma-
lion class
Steven Cohen
Beth David w ill be the site oi the
Bar Mi ah oi Steven Jeffrey,
son "i Mr, and Mrs Joseph Cohen,
on Saturday. Dec. 16, with Rabbi
Norman X. Shapiro officiating.
The celebrant is ;;n eighth grade
-indent at Shenadoah Junior High
and plays clarinet in the school
band.
His parents will host the Kid-
dush in his honor at the conclusion
of the ceremony.
Daniel Abelow
Daniel Harris, son of Mr. and
Mi -. Ji <] h Al low, ;m I grai
oi Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Mocd. will
celebrate h Bi r Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu E! Saturday mon
Dec [6 Di Lehrman will
officiate.
An i i id< i n the
honor roll ;.t Nautilus Jui
Dani< I pi; ys fi rumpel in the
concei bi interested n
l "!n'
1 emple sti i school.
A rece]
held a1 liis home S
lurdaj evenii >v his
. ite on Sundaj.
Eugene Siegel
Celebration of the Bar Mitzvah
oi Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Siegel. 4300 N Meridian ave will
take plaee Saturday morning. Dec.
10, at Temple Be'.h Sholom. with
Habi Leon Kronish officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student of
the confirmation class 5723.
-
Michael Zuckerman
. Saturday morning services, Dec.
16. will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Michael Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Zuckerman, of 7536 Mutiny
ave. Treasure Isle, at Tifereth
Israel Center Rabbi Nathan Zwit-
man will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Nauti-
lus Junior High, and his hobby is
photography.
A reception in his honor will be
held on Sunday at the Seville hotel.
* *
David Liberman
Bar Mitzvah Oi David, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Haskell Liberman. and
grandson of Mrs. Ethel Liberman.
will be observed Saturday morn-
ing, Dec 16. at Temple Zion with
Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High, David writes
lor the school newspaper, "'The
West Miami Star." He plans to
continue his iHudiei in the Tem-
ple's confirmation class.
The Kiddush will be tendered by
his parent.- in his honor.
* t
Marsha Friedberg
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will of-
ficiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Mar-
sh*, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
l Murray Friedberg, on Friday even-
! ing, Dec. 15. at Beth David.
Marsha is an eighth grade stu-
' dent at South Miami Junior High
Left to right are Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi vania, Ben Novak, and Cantor Sholom Kctz
Mayer Abramowitz. Leon J. Ell, president of at the JNF annual banquet he:e Sunday eve-
the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater ning.
lvnami, Gov. George M. Leader oi Pennsyl-
Jewish National Fund dinner committee cele-
brates the successful 15th annual "Jubilee
Banquet" of the JNF Council here Sunday
niaht at the Fontaineblecu hotel. Tow row
(left to light) are J. Z. Stadlan, I. J. Rifkin, Mrs.
Pauline Levick, Max Hecht, Mrs. Miriam
Press, Dr. Zev Kcaan, Mr-:. William Beckwith,
Harry Feldman. and Mrs. Fannie Slclar. Mid-
dle row aie Mayshie Friedberg, Jchan Ser-
mon, Alex Kiischenfang, Sam Schcchno
Fannie Liebman, Leon Ell, Mrs. Clara Mason,
end Mrs. Eva Bloom. Bottom :c\v ere E:ra
Feingold, Isidore Dickman, Mr, c.
Juiius Rosenstein, and Abrahcm Frcidlin.
;.:.-s.

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Marsha Friedberg David liberman
hporis to JNF
Or Devebsmsnts in isrss!
A first-hand description ol what
I "Israel's monumental
pn -iii -- sinci the Sinai cam-
paign'' was given to more than
."i00 persons who attended the 15th
annual Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami dinner
Sunday night at the Fontainebleau
hotel.
Daniel Abelow Eugene Siegel
Late Services
For Minyonaires
The Minyonaires will hold regu-
lar late Friday evening services
beginning this week at 814 p.m.
'the Minyonaires' >ynagogue is at
3737 Bird rd.
[sidor Kesseler, chairman of the
ritual committee, said that Rabbi
Jo?eph S. Zuckerman. noted teach-
er and author, will deliver the ser-
mon at the inaugural late services
: Frida) evening.
K! -I' r said that late aervici -
will continue weekly thereafter,
v. ,th many prominent personalities
scheduled to appear in the pulpit
as guesl speakers An Oneg Shah-
will lollow each service.
Beth Torah Dedication
Dedication of the Belh Torah.
Congregation Section will be held
at Lakeside Memorial Gardens on
Sunday at 2 p.m. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz and Cantor Ben-Zion Knsch-
er.baum will officiate. In charge
of information are Neil Steir.
chairman of the memorial com-
mittee, and Joel Gottherer, secre-
tary.
Portrait of Dr. Samuel Bolkin,
president of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, in full ccademic regalia
was presented to the univer-
sity en the occasion of Dr.
Belkin's SCth birthday this
week in New York. The
function, which c'.so honored
the university's 75th anni-
versary, saw the announce-
ment of a SI million cnony-
mous gift to Yeshivc.
and plays clarinet in the school
hand. She is an expert swimmer.
Her parents will honor her at the
Oneg Shabbat following services.
The speaker was former Go^
George Leader, ol Pennsylvania
The former chief executive of the
nation's third largest state credit
ed the JNF with playing a major
role in the dramatic growth story
of the young Middle Last nation.
"When 1 was in Israel at the
time oi the Sinai campaign, you
could go through the entire Fertil-
izers and Chemicals plant in a
matter of minutes on foot. Now, it
iakes longer to drive through the
modern factories, which have ex-
panded their list ol products, as
well as total production, tenfold
in five short years, Leader said.
He marveled at the rapid growth
of trees which he had personally-
planted in Israel. Gov. Leader is
co-chairman with former Mary
land Gov. Theodore Roosevelt Mc-
Keldin of the American Freedom
Forest, a JNF project.
Leon J. Ell. president of the
Greater Miami JNF Council, pre-
sided. Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz.
,>ast president of the unit, and Irv-
ing Lehrman. head of the JNF
Foundation, gave progress reports
Gift to Cedars KespHcl
Golden Glad< 11
the Eastern Sti
oi $250 :o the r.(
non Hospital at a
11 k Sanford K
ecutive direi tor
ed the funds in beh.
pital.
New Company Formed
Partnership of Necman Budd,
Inc has been divide* 'th Budd
forming his own con pany, G
Budd Associates, Th. company in-
cludes the Antique Glass Division
at 3725 NE 1st ct Miami, and uV
retail shop at 940 Lincoln Mall, Mi'
ami Beach. The Antique Glass
Division is known for di-to::, made
antique glass paneling and ;u-
ture lor hotel and motel mieriors
;.nd decorators furniture
THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN
RESTAURANT
New Officers
Are Elected
I At the December meeting of the
Greater Miami Lay Diabetes So-
ciety, the following officers were
j elected:
Chairman. Miss Delia Ink; ex-
ecutive vice chairman, George
'Priest; vice chairman. Eugene
Lyons; corresponding secretary.
John Miner; recording secretary,
Mrs. David Strawn; treasurer. Jo-
seph Giammatteo; and chairman
I cx-offk-io, Mrs. M. Tony Sherman.
Due to the holiday, the January
I meeting will be held on Monday,
I Jan. 8.
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Friday. December 15. 1961
Miamian Wins
Top Designation
+ lewis* nnridffan
I
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Airman TrlJrd Class David P.
la -h. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
h, of 2731 SW 28th ct., has been
named distinguished graduate of
the United States Air Force admin-
istrative specialists course at
Viiarillo AFB. Tex
Dash attained aa 89 average to
v. in the honor. He is being assigned
In c'hateaunjux Air. iatiua, fjytnee.
for duty.
The airman la a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School.
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Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
HWITOuiiimmnnminii u
MH1IUIIWMI>tln,llHHHIttilrui'iM. i.ljr- | J
Southwest Center Meeting
Southwest Jewish Center will
I Id its monthly membership
i eeting Thursday evening. Dec.
gt. Program will include a Ice
i and film presented by the
i rl Assn. Claries Jacobs is
nan.

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bleau has set he pace "Tor a colorful dress-up season." With formTTtv
UK keynote, the prem.ere was one of the more fashionable events of
the month. Its revived a good old Miami Beach custom to dress
up. the men in tux and the women in full forma! regalia.
It's a good sign, a "littering and gey note, and one that Ming equal joy to COUtieriers and their customers. It wasn't too long
ago. it seems, when "blacK tie" was practically a "must" ior most
opening events here.
Perhaps with the revival of that spirit to er.couraoe formal and
fancy dress for after-dark events, there'll be a renewal of the flitter
and gaiety that made the winter season here cne of the brighiest in
the nation, and brought in visitors who appreciated the of our resort life, the best in dining, dancing anc entertainment.
Adding to the formal splendor of the premiere of the Club (Jigi.
with its brilliant decor of Chinese red. pink an silver, were dozens
of large parties homed by local folk. Mr. and Mrs Baron de !! rsc!
Meyer enteretained a larger group. The Mitchell Wo-fson family had
Mr. and Mrs Hank Meyer among their guests. Mr and Mrs. Magnus
Altmayer hosted a large party. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Davis (he' the
songwriter of dozens of hits) hosted a party >'or ten Oth ir "first-night'
party hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lebowitz, Mr. and Mrs. C'v
Goeld, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gaines, Mr. ana Mrs. Paul Pollak, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Segal, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
Schwartz. Mr and Mrs. Ivan Kay. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mathes.
The Club Gigi is a magnificent new addition to Miami Beach's after
dark scene.
*
WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: They've come a
long way. have Ste\e Lawrence and Eydie Gorme. Starting their
careers not SO long ago. they were exuberant youngsters who had
much to learn. Since becoming man and wife, and joining forces on
stage also, they've come a long way and today are regarded cne of
the best teams in their field of endeavor. Steve and Eydie are the
holiday entertainment package at the Eden Roc. inaugurating the
seasonal program of "big name entertainment'" in the Cafe Pompeii,
where they open Dec. 22 and continue through the 31t. Following
them will be the star-studded array of Dick Haymes and Fren Jeffries,
Eartha Kilt. Alan King. Milton Berle and revue, George Burns. Nat
King Cole. Dinah Shore and Connie Francis. What a lineup of talent
Cue Magazine, New York's top weekly entertainment guide, went
all out for "El Cid." the Charlton Heston-Sophia Loren mammoth
movie opening Dec. 21 at the Roosevelt Theatre. Veteran movie critic
Jesse Zunser raved about the Technicolor screen "giant.'" describing it
as "gigantic and thrilling entertainment eve-popping epic in the
extravagant historical tradition of 'Ten Commandments' and Ben
Hut'."
Ray Danton hits a new high in his acting career, essaying the
title role in The George Raft Story," now at the Carib, Miami, Mir-
acle and 163rd St. Theatres. Plenty exciting and fast-moving.
"This is Cinerama" is larger than life and paving the way for a
! fleck of new features in that captivating movie medium The Florida
Theatre is now Miami's Cinerama headquarters
"West s. Story." opened this week at the Sheridan, even better
on screen t; stage, spotlights a fresh tlock and zestful
talent. Starring Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer, its pace sets a
new high foi.......musicals. It utilizes man} street scenes ol New
York's West Side, and its dance numbers propelled. Even
Manhattan's drab and dirty streets look go d in the rich screen color.
* *
BOTH SICES OF THE BAY: Long a : iy Frank!
is Kay I ar I Sicilian decent, and her nol-s
Tommy, wh spouts Yiddish, continue as ai ati lion, in addi-
tion i i thi and fun-pn voking revue. "Ca hi the A
The Jeff C3rlion trio are now grabbing the spotlight at Peterson's
Steak House. Carl ton, onetime vocalist w.?h Jimmy Dorsey, has
headed his versatile threesome at the Rone,. Gaslight Inn a.id Ron-
tainebleau ptevieusly.
Fori I i Iy Herman pianist Fi is del Car-
the musical offerin I rtet.
f the more talent stage here and
elsewhere, is i Playboj Club, and ther be ar. increase in
blushin B ini '
Tony Swi big redecor I I remodeling the
former Ho Pi i ie Ribs on the 79th st caus aking it over
into Toi y's rket. a plush spot with the Franklin Hughes d<
trademark executive chef Fi Touzet, former l
Quarter gen the kitchen, turning out thi specialties, as
well as the its in store for the wine-and-dine set.
0jj it the fas! ion show the Lambs club is spring-
ing Monda; [the cocktail hour. Jordan Marsh is sponsoring
tne ,mme which will make hubby's eyes pop. and make it easier
tor.. course.
The ne SunSpa, in the neighborhood of the Diplomat, kicks off
tne Seas : i -ul splash today. Extei alterations have
,lvt,.1 the r Aristocrat motel everything in modern equipment to
keep you b and slim.
* *
RESTAURANT ROW: David Rosner and family are back at the r
delightful Sterling hotel to welcome you for the new season. Exem-
plars food, with dietary laws strictly observed, is a big magnet.
Vegetarians swear by. not at. Star restaurant, marking its 19th
year at the Washington ave. location. Dairy and fish platters are
also on them
The Crystal room at the Lombardy makes a smart setting for
the many who enjoy superb Kosher dining.
Nathan G!r>sbtirg's Strath Haven hotel dining room has reopened
and features a full-course kosher dinner, tastefully prepared and
served.
One of the more popular hosts is Abe Oefter. whose Cromwell
hotel expe icord-breaWng season. Many lo.-al folk join the out-
ot-iown visitors at the grand Friday night dinners there.
Newly renovated Mona Lisa room, at the Bdetl Rcc. is ready for
its biggest winter seasons featuring its great I iicaciss.
New Firm Formed Here
A contracting firm providing a
complete decorating service, in-
cluding paint, wallpaper and floor
tile installation, has been formed
as a division of Paint Fair Stores.
Inc.. statewide retail paint chain
headed by Donald S. Zuckerman. ;
of Miami.
American Home Decorators will
have its executive offices at 2903
Salazedo. Coral Cable.-,, and has
ipened a Broward county sales of-
ice at 2361 Wilton dr.. Ft. Laud-
erdale.
Zuckerman. president of Paint
Fair Stores, also heads the A.H.D.
contracting division. Ronald Le-
vitt, local public relations consul-
tant, is vice president.
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^J-e n i$lf~ Ft-crrM^r
Friday, Decemb?: I: iqei
Jewish Education snd Home Life
Yield Start ling Opinions at Concle
were two controversial is
>ectcd by teen-agers atteri
)
Jewish education a;iii He pers
;.- can r< li

annui ave of the Greater Mi- ;; Amount
ami Jewish Community Center.
In tlu' \n.rkshop on "What Values
nid You Got trum Xour JewUrVas.i>aby "sitting,fas -
.: ....... *i... .-.tun.. nannw ,
1
ties
4. Responsibilities al ,
Dediccte year lives to something woith-
white" was the message brought to 390 dele-
gates at the eighth annual teen-age conclave
of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter by Dr. Kenneth R. Williams ishown at
rostrum), president of the Dade Count)
College, in his keynote address opening the
annual event Sur.dav at ::-.e Du-jo::t P'.zzz
hotel. Shown at the head table are (left to
Mark Seltzer. Diane Tauber, Sunny Tay-
lor, Geo:ge Lardner, of the Miami Herald,
jiate director. Mrs.
us A. Budd Cutler Center
.:--, and David Eskenazi,
cc:i-.avo coordinator.
Education?' tin- yiiimn people
drew the following conclusions:
The most enduring and pleas-
ant memories came from Sunday
School, because of the emphasis
on Jewish history, holidays, song*.
etc.. all of which they could u:: ler
stand
They remembered \ rj
from their Hebrew school educa
tion.
Generally, the nor -
young pie < ante
from their total life ex
feel th.:: these were
-, iat, | Jewish <.- lucation
ers an sisters, i leaning
:. r.!i and chores aroum
5 Strangely, the use i
and the family car is ,
major i.-sue.
6 What is fair puni-t
; en punish becai -
own problems and some'
rs I ve to undersl .\-
Parents can'l se th sts
with icens unit y

I e the fina -
I better
g rulings; -> m
.!e'A.<:: education sti rts ai too .. .. |erstanding an
early a:'
Panels on Censorship and Morality
Two explosive pane! discussions
dealing with censorship, morality
and politics brought out a large
attendance at their respective
work-hops at the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center teen-age
conclave Sunday
IMaza hotel.
a: the Dupont When schools, censor books,
they stimulate interest in readuu
! ;, ear after year, so I hal
children rt Euse to continue.
There h too much concentra-
.ion on the Hebrew language; too
much homework, which is added
to a homework schedule from pub-
lic school
Jewish education could be im-
From family life, lo
'(ar:i ri.^ht from wroi i -i
n that they must
sibility tor their own act
Seaboard Views
Heavy Rail
Travel Ahead
Seaboard Railroad's
ticketing and reservations
are reporting an unusually
dirty books," but those that are al- quirement.
ready in the public library and of While everyone knows that teens
high literary qualitv; our times "'id parents always have proDienis Vl)ime 0| advance reservation r;
have changed and people must be together, the workshop on "How qUe8ts from those with Florida win-
preopared to keep up with t h e Does the Teen-ager Get Along at tM vacatlons on their minds Bsi-
that make life difficult for Home?'" brought out some un-! roms and other ae|uxe Pullman a
groups
changes; there are small pressure
school officials, but they should
not be permitted to force these de-
cisions.
It would be ridiculous to elim-
inate books about the United Na-
tions in the schools. Only short-
sighted people would try to prevent
students from learning; "how can
we ever decide about anything if
v.e don't know the facts?"
student s definitely want
courses about comparative govern-
ment, showing the differences lie
tween democracy and communism;
however, they feel that a C
entitled "anti-communism" i- n il
some
usual ideas: eommodations. as well as res
Teen-age conflict with parents coach seats on seaboard's Silver
i> a regular daily occurrence. Meteor and Silver Star streamlir.
The issues around which most Mg are bemg -spoken for
conflicts occur are: now for dates well into the
1. The rights of pnvaey. such as montns
parents opening up childrens let-
ters and reading their diaries; per-' Commenting on this early
en's seem to enjoy finding out
about the intimate details of the
Arts League Will
Install Officers
Metro Commissioner Charles
Chuckl Hall will serve as master
education inn brain-washing; they rues at the anm
i, el thai if they had enough in iner and concerl
-true ion in whal democr c; leach Music \- -
meant, they could be trusl I le oi Saturda i
the right decisions Pli za h
yv:,1i all the excitement here
about "objectionable" movies a Florid
books, the yoi -vere giv- elude Rose Byrum. sopi
en a chance to sound ofi on the su derrige, i
jeel "Should Tet ... Gale, ten r; i nd rick
t> See All Movies Read All thews, barit m Kaj Sestook w.ll
Books?"
For purposes of disc ission, the
workshoppers defined teen-agers as
between 15 and 19 years oi agi
The problem of whether
Should be allowed to read al
be accompanist.
Officers 11 be install* I are Har-
ry L. Webb. pre-:1..':*. Gustave
Freeman, executive v ice presi-
dent; Dorris Drexel, Dr J. R
Schwartz. Louis Siegel, vice presi-
First in a series of youth affairs for teen-agers at Temple Beth
Shirah was held at Suniland Hall on Chanuka, with some 40
youth participating. Committee on planning included Stuart
Sutta. Ellen Siegel, Susan Sigel, Joan Berkow. Chaperones
were Mesdames Jack Millman, Nat Meltzer, and Dave Mar-
kenson. members of the Sisterhood youth committee. Rabbi
Morris Skop spoke on "The Meaning of Reconstructionism,"
and Cantor Herman Gottlieb led the group in Chanuka songs.
books and see all movies depends dents; Boris M Graber, treasurer;
upon the individual maturity ot Lillian Baker, Alice Kwartin, K\uh jarij, appjeoiated by pan
ning to escape winter by \ a
itig in sunny Florida. W. J.
general passenger agent of Sei
board in Miami, says. "Evi.
he memories of las' winter's I
blizzards are still fresh
- oi vacationers who want 10
make sure they 'II
.- winter or; the lat -
.o Rail :
near it her pi
can be
However, freedom From r-
er worry i* on!y on re
patrons give for using o,.- I if
streamliners to a"d fror" : "
da. On board one cf thes "'-;
ern trains, the pleasa-* ? '
I is part of the vacat
There s plenty of roor- : >-
around in, with rese".?: Pi
man and ecach facil H WH
eiout tavern observa' on i- "
Lounge ears and attractive. "
ers creating a relaxing resort"
cob atmosphere.
There's a regisl
ard, whose presence
the teen-ager.
It is impossible
ing with small children
to
l- reeman, secretaries,
control Directors include Betty Adler. elderly patrons, as wells
which teen-agers see this material Esther Barrett, Dr Louis Bunim. senger service agent to
because it cannot be effectively Charles Davis. William Greene. OUT ^uesti' transport.,::
policed; therefore, it almost has Charles Hall. Louis Hoberman,
to be left to the wisdom of the Bertha King, Dr. Bernard Kwartin.
teen-ager.
Kenneth Oka. Marian Spear. Ber-
tha Webb, and Aida Yuslo.
Another Seaboard ft
the Florida silver fleet ;-
pitality Hour during the afternoon,
when all passengers are invrl
the dining car for >.
Florida orange juice a:
Regular dining service
excellent food with sui
moderate prices An
0U8 luggage allowance pel
travelers to take wil
extra dress or suit w
i: ; the cost."
For passengers travi
this winter, Seaboard
All live of the Dania Palace's :nat effective Dec. 16. the Sil^-
defending champions return to slar' augmenting year 'roun.i
play, including Marcel, whose vice to Miami, will carry tnrougn
summer exploits show that he has Pullman and coach equipment
lost none of the form which led^ampa, St. Petersburg. 5ai
him to the International World j and other west coast point.-- J ^ew
Series and Most Games Won i York.
(championships at the Dania Palace tn .ff(lf the
last season. The result will be to offer
| public twice-daily service, on "
Marcel won the Spanish champ-: Silver Meteor and the Silver :>^j
Jai-Alai Palace
Opens Season
Dania Jai-Alai opened the li)6l-
<).. South Florida season Wednes-
day night with a 36man roster be-
ginning 102 nights of the world's
fastest, most dangerous sport.
Winners in the annual Chanuka Home Dec- and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Simon. Also win-
oration contest at Temple Judea are (left to ners, but not shown, are Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
right) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freefield, Mr. and ney Deutsch.
Mrs. Sam Tuch, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milton,
ionship at Durango, edging Dania
player Alex, and was awarded a
special trophy as the most consis-
tent player in Spain during the
summer months.
between east a n d west Florida
points to Washington. Philadelphia.
New York and other northern en
ies. Extra sections will be of
rated during the holiday season.


Friday, December 15. 1961
vJenist FkridKaun
Fcge 15-B
"**BS6
AJComm. Director Urges Establishment
Of Cuban Community Relations Service
Surfaida Councilman Louis Hcbeiman points to one of the
s.cndards erected along Surfside bivd. last week naming the
street "Jack Kennedy Blvd." in honor of President Kennedy.
who landed at the adjoining Indian Creek Country Club by
helicopter. Holding the banner is Ecrbara Hobermcn, daugh-
ter of Councilman and Mrs. Louis Hobermcn. Others in the
e. coming party were fellow Ccur.cilmen Eugene Schwarz
?nd Lee Howard, who presentee President Kennedy with a
proclamation naming Thursday cs "cck Kennedy Day and re-
naming the boulevard.

By Special Report
WASHINGTON Establishment
of p. ..:> K< lations Service
tor Cuban Refugees was proposed
here : r ; ..our S.imet. Si ti,, ;,.-:
area tor of the American
Ji *"isl i i mmittee. Samet appear-
ed as ess before the Sei ate
Judi< an Sub-Committee on Refu-
gees and Escapees.
Charging that the Cuban refu-
gees hav< already become "a con-
venient scapegoat for Miami's
ills." he urged creation of a Com-
munity Relations Division in the
Cuban Rtfugee Center in Miami.
Indicating that although the
food, shelter, clothing and edu-
cational needs of the refugees
were being adequately dealt
with, he pointed to the growing
resentment of American citizens
in Miami who are in similar
need but who are refused assist-
ice.
Referring to the "apparent lack
of government plan" to relieve the
refugee sitaation. Samet asserted
tht fear thai local residents might
be prompted to "organize in
; seek their own remedii
Their im] atience, resentment and
fear will probably soon be cxpres-
sed as rae:al and ethnic antag-
onism."
"Tensions .n Dade county are
concentrated in five major areas."
San.;; ceclared. "housing, educa-
tion, crime, economic opportunity
and cultural differences." Denying
| the charge of previous witnesses
that the crime rate was increas-
ing because of the Cuban refugees,
he gave law enforcement figures
indicating that the opposite was
: true.
H quoted Dade County Sheriff
Tom Kelly and Miami Police Chief
Headlej who have both ca;<
icallj denied any marked increase
in crime. He warned, however,
that increasing intergroup tens-
ions could change this.
SiYMOUR SAMET
Referring to the several pre-
vious recommendations to re-
locate the Cuban refugees,
Samet seated that this might re-
lieve but rkot resolve the prob-
lem.
Calling fcr a Federally financed
Commi nitj Relations Service lo-
cated in the Miami Cuban Refuge<
Center, he identified several funct-
ions it could fulfill:
Become the clearing house
for information for both public
and voluntary organizations con-
cern', .. with tht .-< issues.
Convi conferences to share
special information and experi-
ences.
Engagt '. !ac: finding and re-
search and to publish the findings
Train teachers, police, youth
workers and volunteers in inter-
group relations techniques.
Coordinate a pilot project or.
the control of juvenile delinquency.
Cooperate with law enforci-
ng Mrs Hilda I ried- ... ihrei
. ices wen Dec 9 In River- ;-.. ,. _..:..'.,.<: Servli -
i "bapi I. Alton rii w. \ < I
''crshc Stem and Annarr.erie Zwitman appear in "Out of
- his World," recent production at Tifereth Isrcei Northside
Cer.ter. Looking on ere Rcbbi Nathan Zwitman, spiritual
lei cf the congregation, and ?':; Zwitman.
NATHAN JOFFEV
7". :' 172' 1 ln Tree dr., died No\
29. Hi ami here n yean ago from
Atli City, N.J., and was an Hi-
!! was a member of ih.
.'. .- i pri aid* nt of the
r ntants Assn., and be
|i :.'_ ihi Hotel '"! iiis ,\--n
tel Vc ountants \--n -
n i Ida E ; thn
\ In i R T. nenbaum,
Savltt, and Mr.- Mi
. -. ,
t d two gri .a grand-
:-.-.:..- en Dei 3 In
- Memoi ...: Chapi I, Alti n rd.
MRS RCSt KASSIN
. ..... I I
Shi ...-; 11 i" years .ieo n
\ ,i Surviving a
.-..'.. : ... r.s. two
idlni M i 'orothy
Koi nig sevei | ndchildn an
..- ilrtn Sen
u. i I. \ : -. M- morial
JWV Post Sees
Rockwell Film
' "... Posl 223. Jew -'. \\ I
tans, was to see
ri i r ed interviews of Georg
Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the
American Nazi Party, at a meet-
- Thursday evening in West Mi-
Town Hall.
A panel, headed by Henry N< r-
commander of the Florida De-
nent cf JWV. was to discuss
methods of combatting Rockwell's
aganda.
... -
'.V .... -
' It- M i

:'.
-
. ACK M. KASELMAN

i : art ag f P
otel ownei Si -
. I'hlladel] hla with
- ....
MRS TANIA SKLAR
.. ed P Shi
. ..- ..- :-. \ ..
I ida. -
... .
; .- S -..'..- I .
?!..... > '
....:..:.: la
... '
Oin
mine*
DR. H. R. BERNS
86 v :-th st.. died Nov
in, h keegan, ill, and was a retired opl m-
et 1st. He was a menihi r of the Ra-
diant Masonic Lodge, Chicago sur-
viving are two daughters, Mrs Frnn-
- Roberts and Mrs. Rae Wolf; twi
four grandchildren and
t-grandchildren. Services were li
igo, "ih local arrangements b;
1 Idi Memorial Chap. 1.
HARRY S. FEINBERG
'". Of 113Q Venetian Way, M
. i N, v 28. He i imi I "'
art ago from New 1 I was
I ; mi r :. : of Pa] py"i
' I iltd oi i rator of the dining l
In th< Riti P 11
' .. v ison and membi
i-El i
. an
. i. .i t..... I
--. .. A N- I
UB :.;-::. hapel, Alton rd.
VRS. LENA ZOLUB
10 NW 7th- st died Ni v .'.
ehe came here 20 yean ago from
LOUIS V> i-. OEEL
'''.
pars a -.
Hi

and
ti --..: Mi
I
Doruth] '
i.. an: a slsti
; .. : ...... .-.-
.>,: In "hli ago with loca .. -.
(hi direction r-i
.'
MAX ROSENBERG
,,- i 2479 bW :T:(. si i- -1 NV\ 21
I ame hi n 18 years agi fron N< w-
N .i and i r.. d thi ^rn w 1 a
Hi a- a Woi id War i vi t-
i an, a meml at of thi '- i Wai
v. : rans, Posl 174, and thr Ami
Legion, Post 85. Surviving
m fi Sophia, and live sisters. Includ-
ing Mr Charlee Berlin, Sen s were
\, 28 In I lordon Funeral Ml
MORRIS SKOR
' 61 Tamiaml bivd., died Nov 28
ame hi r- six years ago from
ago, and was pharmai 1st, and
ember of the National \--n ggists s.iiw'. ; i- are hii '
.'.. Richard
da ighti :. Dteni Ski r, and
-. weri n i
Puneral 1
'- rj
MISS ED'TH STE'N
290 N. 1 N -.
... CitJ .-: '
I
li ted post-
v. k
Diversity of Mlai
an Speeol
Hearing Aasn, Surviving ar inrei
MRS ?- -RA STO.ASSFEL3
: '. N .
- -....:- agi fro
v.. .. .' V an 1 wi ..
- I of C
an hi husba nd, Rai 11
- ihrt-i
j .
- = ET a SPEISER
-. --. i. ...i i- .....
.. yeai
''- ......
..... pj.
r- : ...... i Rivi
Mi
men) agencies and the general
pul Lie ti t iminate tension situ*
Dcvek-F a major program
I it i uban community to
"' mi te understanding ol its
:ivic responsibilities
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COi-NTY JUDGES CO'-PT
IN .-N.'n COR DAD! COUNTv
FLCRlDA. IN PROBATE
No. 545C3C
K I!I le ol
R EHKi' A :. S.\ l.HKN,
I '. .;.-.
NOT CE TO CREDITORS
Tn Vi i.- .mil All Persons I
I'i in.in.!.- AgaIn ( .-
l->tati
I'o i an hi i. b> notlfii d an I r--
qtiind present any claims ami de-
mand whii li mi ma> ha\ i hex -i
'in i s-ati ol i:i:i'.i-ii-i- \ i. s \i.v. i:.v
deceased lati ( Kings County, '
Voik, to Ih. County Judges ol Us '
Poun'j. and file the same In ilupll
i-ati and a- provided In Section :
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the i 'ountj i 'ourthousi In i Is
County, Flotida, within six call
months from the time of the first
publii at ion hi i of, or the nann
be burn
Dated nt Miami. Florida, ihi-
ilaj ol l......ibi r, a 11 i!o;i
.UI'lTIl P i ;i: ill INK
itrlx
" Testamt*nto Annexo
llliMV XI l.'l'i IN
Atti rni mlnisl i. tt i\
;
Miami. !" a.
12/15-23
in tmc COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
l\ AND FOR DADE COUNTV
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 53419-A
IN RE Esti li ..f
M \KV fiOODM \N
; ....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
v an : eby nol Ifled and
isent any claIms snd '!-
you maj have m .
thi stati M \i:v ui H >M \\
deceasi ol l ladi i 'ountj. J'l t-
unty Judges' of Dade
an fill the same In d
nd nro\ Idi d In Section !
i da stat iti-s, in their offices' In
tin i' nt> Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within si\ calendar
Ihs Irom the llmi of the fir-t
hi n "f. or the same p ill
In la
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 12th
Decet r. li'iii
P.EN ESSEN, Ksy.
Attorni v fur Bxecuti i
1014 >. > i.l Dldg.
Mi n
\-l 15-22-29. l r,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 49630-B
IN RE i --.. of
/ VISETH fSOLDSTEIN,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
A\D FINAL DISCHARGE
Nl 'T!i 'ii .- In r. b> un en thai I
have filei I- inal Report and l 'i i
lion i : D!stt Ibul Ion and Final DIs-
. |. u. ii\i cutor nt the state of
! y. \PETH Ol il.HSTKlN. deceasi ri
and that in thi 15th day of .lain:
I lj to the Honoi
dges of Dade.County, Flor-
...i of Raid Final Report
and i thi Istributlon .md final di~
of the sta I
the al : .:-...i 111 This lUh
... pi 1961.
i.V MAHLER
ARNi I ME Attorni >
I2 Lit
12 l5-22-2, i i
CE TS DEC. 1
v RS SARAH KASSER
'. : 2nd st., died No>
Shi imi New York '."
at .. :> i r i f thi
ti Home for thi Vgi E vlvlng
. -. ...:: M: Pearl li
twi i i and twi great-
I :. Services wi re Nov. :'4
rection 61 i iordon Puni rai
1
SAM JAGER
, .. '_ *
Hi .. her I ago from Ni w
....... vi :i ii talli r Hi Is
survived by u son. Oscar. Services
1 4 in Gordon Puneral Hum.
S V ON :. AX MAN
. led Dei
I .. i I i ye.i ago ft
tj S J ..: was ast
Marine 1
trj '.'-.. ownei ol ihi
Mat ..:.. !! was .. m m-
..... Ami rlcan
Legion 1 t thi Miami I
: .lying are his fi
I ; twi Rlckj an Mlch-
:... two sister*
Services wen Ith
n li Newman ru-
Hi m*.
MRS. BEATR CE SILVERSTEIN
16] lUng av,' d id I I
siif eami hr 13 years ago from
New Yeik and was a hotel hi", si -
.. ei Surviving Is her mother, Mrs,
B >..:.-:! in. and a brother,
iii : M berv Icea wi re I >ec, 4
reel n of Rlvei sidi M< mw -
ape), Ni rmandy i- i
MRS. MINNIE G. STONE
BW BSth .-:.. iii. d i '
.... .....
Surviving an two daughters
: I!. : ai .' M
Rant nd
v. tre
MRS. CELIA KRAV.TZ
of Si BW i. ii avi died 11 '
Shi came here five > ..- from
New York. Efarvtving are her h is-
band. William Oirei sins, incliidln-
Char ...v. two daughters, 10
grandchildren and oni great-granu-
Servl wi n Dec v In River-
- ., Men ... hapel, I uglaa rd.
ES-'HER R. GORDON
BW 22nd ti
. j
hestei nv and wai i
, ; i nd edars of 1
Hospital Auxiliary. Burvlvli
n, Leonard J.; four sisters, in-
MRS- IDA SPERO
of Ifig High st. i'inn., b.
Mil for 20 yi ars, < i.-i.
n Ml ford i n N< i Mm Bi i ri li
..... her ish .nd. Henry.
three i i| hti n Mrl Paye Ci
. v : Herman, of
man Ni h
-

LOL E GFEENFIELD
r.. died Pi
.,'.. ti years m
and wi
.
. T. t U .
...... New
.. an ..-.- menu by Nev,
Funeral ti. i
IN _-E C RCLIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FlC[ C- IN AND FOR DADE
CC.NTV IN CHANCERY
Nc f'C 13269
iNAL Ml IRT<5 v I .
, s NI.l
.. [NN, as Ti ustei
el al,
NOTICE OF SUIT
ii \v. n, a- Ti ustei In
icy, tc. 1021 Tow :
>e K Strut. N.W
gton D.C., ami Rlcfeard
Mars Robedee, hi-
.. arrli d and If not mar-
known spousi.-. If
II dead, ail parties
by. through, under or
against thi above named RlcJ^ard
i, (..ii. and Mary Robedee, hla
.. and all pai t li a or perapns
ng oi i launlng to ha> i gnj
: It or Interest in or, to
real property herein describ-
Bgldenci unknown.
Yi an hereby notified that .tin-
m i action has bi en in-
.*.. Insl y.'U in the I'ircuit
ri ,: t of thi Judicial Circuit of flor-
in and for Dade County to (ore-
s morigagi upon the following
desi: bed ..' prom rty:
Lol i li k 25 FIRST ADDITP >N
TI MYRTLE OROVE according to
the Plat ll.iiei.f, recorded In Pl.it
li.'i k ')7 at Page 2 of the I'ublic
Ri nit of 1 'ad. County, Florida;
with Hotpolnt Reftigentor
EP-10 and Venetian
Tou an required to file your an-
swer : tiff's Complaint with.the
Clerk '.' aforesaid Court, pnd
... thereof upon plaintiffs
-liY H, ARRING-SpN,
N Vvenue, Mlaihl
than January 15,
C ifesso will
...r.st you.
1961
VTHERMAN
r thi
I fi \1 :.V\i '-
, its Cli il<
LINlSTON

.nue
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Page 16-B
fcMf/cf WtNrlHKnp*
Friday, December 15, \%\
UNDER THE STR
,CT AND CONSTANT SUPERV.S.ON THE ORTHODOX YAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FIORSDA RABB, M. -SAAC H.RSH EVER. D.RECTOR
Quantity
Rights
Reservtd
#e sell
u.s. choice
and U.S. PRIMS
MEATS ONLY
1*
TURK
s COMING!"
Once Again, the Festive and
Joyous Holidays Are Upon Us! As
Usual, We Have Selected for You,
Our Customers, the Finest Car-
loads of U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED
KOSHER MADE GRADE
w 11
k
Famous Brand Turkeys Produced
QUEEN ESTHER or EMPIRE KOSHER
Two Brands of the Finest Western Breed Kosher Turkeys Packed
Exclusively for Food Fair Kosher Markets...Now ct the LOWEST PRICES
EVER And GUARANTEED TO BE the FINEST!
TURKEYS
16 to 22
Lbs.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS WE ARE CARRYING A COMPLETE LINE OF KOSHER
MADE TURKEYS, DUCKS. CORNISH HENS, ROASTERS, AND CAPONS &
OTHER DELICACIES TO PLEASE YOUR PALATE.
HOW 6 STORES TO SERVE YOU BETTERTHERE'S OHE NEAR YOU!
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


FEDERATION
IS THE HEART
OF THE COMMUNITY
"Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. December 15, 1961
Section C
COMBINED APPEAL
SPENDS YOUR DOLLARS
TO BEST ADVANTAGE
~1
Inset into the Micmi skyline, symbolizing their leadership in the Combined Howard Kane, chairman Campaign Cabinet; Marshall S. Harris, vice chair-
Jewish Appeal campaign, are top row (reading left to right) Cal Kovens, 1962 man. Trades and Professions Council; and Hy Rifas, chairman, Trades and
campaign chairman; Samuel Friedland, Pacesetter chairman; A. J. Harris, Professions Council,
president. Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Lower three (left to right) are
GREATER MIAMI JEWRY FACES JV* J{oru*n. IN '62

A.J. Molasky: Interest in Jewish Life
Tins i.. the second in a tenet of picture-and'WO tits ^ members
of the Greater Miami community whose philanthropic uctivitiei luxe been
curried on virtually unheralded. The results 0/ their efforts however.
have long bee'-, felt at all lerelj 0/ immunity life And because / their
efforts, ti.e Jewish community in G sate* Miaw.....- -" a-'J the world
is a better place 11 which to lire.
"Th great victories of life, are oftenest won in a quiet way,
and not with alarms and trumpets."
Justice Benjamin Cardozo, 1915.
A. .1. Molasky is a man whose
name you may not have read
too often, but members of the
Jewish community throughout
the world knowingly or un-
knowingly have felt the re-
sults' of his work and philan-
thropy tor many years.
Some men content themselves
with an annual check to then
favorite chari'v. Not A J
Molasky. Ovsr the years, he
has uiown an intense >....ri.-
in every phase of Jewish life,
and has worked and contrib-
uted to better it.
In his own quiet way. Molask;
has translated this intense in-
terest into solid support of both
the principle of Federation and
the agencies served by Feder-
ation.
Long a sturdy Federation
supporter in Miami and St.
Louis, he is also a founder and
trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
The record of his service to Mi-
ami's Combined Jewish Appeal
includes working as co-chair-
man of the CJA Leadership Din
ner in i%o and chairmanship
of the Miami Beach Resa----
Committee in IWjL
Formerly pres.denl oj Feed
Center. Inc., Molaskj has serv-
ed a* president of B'rith S10-
lom in St. Louis, as a 51a
Elk, on the board ol directors
A. J. MOLASKY
of the Meadowbrook Country
Club in St. Louis, and as an
officer of the Westview Country
Club.
He has three children. Stan-
ley, Mrs. Maurice Frankel. and
Peggy, wife of Dr. Leonard
Schulman.
Key leaders in the 1962 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign of Greater Miami are (left to
right) Leon Kaplan, chairman. **"
Division; Robert Macht, chairman. Mercantile
Division; Daniel N. Heller, chairman, General
Solicitations Division; and Mrs. Fay Abhn,
chairman, Women's Initial Gifts Division.
There are two ways of seeing New Horizons.
You can take a world tour. You'll see mountains, deserts, for-
ests, jungles a New Horizon every' day.
The ether way is to lift up your head and take a long, searching
look at your own community.
There's an abundance of New Horizons right here in Greater
Miami and they can be reached through the 1962 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.
Remember the old horizons in philanthropy? Baskets of food
for the needy during the holidays' Remember when older Jewish
Federation in other parts of the country included women's sewing
circles in their memberships?
Those days are gone torever. Times are moving fast, and philan-
thropy must move with them. Some of the agencies of today will,
as the women's sewing circle, also become the memories oi the future.
On the other hand, new need-, and new services the New Horizons
are coming to the fore.
It is doubtful If any of these good ladies, dutifully stitching away
in those old-time sewing circles, e^er foresaw the need tor agencies
which would give renewed lite to our aged, help keep families to-
gether, aid Cuban Jews fleeing Communism, or fight a revival of
bigotry led by swastika-rearing fellow America:!-.
*
TRADITIONAL WAY OF UK
they saw the needs of their tune and the horizons of their
day They sewed up old clothing so that the needy uould have some-
thing to wear and they collected and contributed t-.od so that none
would go hungry.
Is as much being done today? Certainly, Federations over the
country collect millions upon millions of dollars each year. The con-
tributors somci.nus willingly, sometimes grudgingly, send in their
annual checks.
But the time has come to real.ze that not only is giving not
enough even givil not S ficient. The traditional v.ay
0.' Jewish life ;- to take part in 1 immunity afairs, with at; the
strength, resources, and intelligence al one's command,
New Horizons in ne Recognizing that, then
can be no doubt thai New Horizons in giving are necessary
cha! keep up 1 ingir.g times tc
* *
YOUNG LEADERSHIP TO THE FORE
There are many ieOy exacul re pc itions
ness. who are ready to take on imp.: mt assignmi nts
service. These young, energetic I must be ham
capable young people will soon take on important jobs in other r.
munity projects, and F lose them by default
Are Jewry's sons and daughters being trained in Jewish
tion. or are the old passing away with the young still ignorant of vital
Jewish precepts?
The past tells us "Thou shalt teaeh them diligently unto thy
children." If this is not heeded, the future will be dark.
The Jew has traditionally looked for New Horizons and find-
ing them, he has conquered them. The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and the Combined Jewish Appeal must do no less.


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*Jfcn/s#? Ftcridti&n
Friday. December 15, iggj
SUCCEEDS PAUL SEIDERMAN
Burnett Roth to Take
Helm of Florida ADL;
Installation Set Sunday
The annual business >sion of chairman of the board will be Bur-
the Florida \nti-De(am at ion tiett Roth, former Vice Mayor of
League on Sunday at the Aimer.- Miami Beach Succeeding Both a*
hotel will feature the installation chairman ot the League execu-
01 new helmsmen for the Fionas five committee is Sam A. Gold-
ADL.
Succeeding Paul Seiderman as
sam colds:as
stein, well-known civic leadeis In
issuming this post. Goldstein
ieave> vacant the position 01 treas-
urer, which will be filled by B'nai
B'rith leader Jack Fink
The ADL's three vice chairmen,
Judge Milton a. Friedman, presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith District 5.
Judge Sam !. Silver, and Frank
Kleinfeld will retain their posts
Paul Seid-erman, board chair-
man for the past three years,
the maximum continuous tenure
permitted by the LeagueS by-
laws, will assume the chairman-
ship of the board of trustees.
The League's by-laws limit offi-
cers to no more than thre? years
of continuous tenure. Mr. Seider-
man served his full term.
Trusiet -. lim ficers
ol the League le Ben 3 rs
and George Th <
meeting will
lion cf the l 962
u hich in< lea
Sam A. Goldstein, chairman
Leonard I.. Abess, Will im Uper
Sidney Aronovitz, Al Block, ot 1
I j!.i-see. Jud^e Irving Cypen,
Jack Fink. Ju'Ue M;l:o;i A. Fried-

New Administration
Features Many Names
Noted in Various Fields
BURNETT *OTM
For Your Roundup Details
Some 400 persons will attend the annual board
meeting of the Florida region of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith at the Algiers hotel on Sunday.
Guest speaker will be Henry Edward Schultz, national
chairman of the League, who will assess the status
of intergroup relations today. Foor complete details,
see story, Page 1-A.
I ....... ......H
PAUL SEIDERMAN
man. Richard E. Gerstein, David
Gorman, of St. Petersburg, Ernest
ranis, Paul Jeffrey, of Ft. Fierce
Frank Kleinfeld. of St. Petersburg
George Kronengold, Mrs. Arthu;
G. Laufman, of Hollywood. Mrs
Shepard Lewis, of West Palm
Beach, Dr. Irving Lehrman. Ben-
jamin Meyers. E. Alhert Pallo!
William Pallot, Burnett Roth.
Also Al Schneider, of Jackson
ville. Judge Sam I. Silver, Harry
Simonhoff. Mrs. Bernard Sup-
vorth. Sanford Swerdlin. George
J. Talianoff. Morrice I'man, ol
Tampa. Henry' E. Wolff and Harry
| Zukernick.
Of the^e. Janis, Zukernick. and
Mrs. Lewis are newly-elected.
The ADL's board is comprised
if 132 persons from throughout
he state

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The new administration of the
Florida Anti-Defamation League
has justifiable claim to the label.
Made in the South." Burnett
Roth, board chairman-elect, is a
native Floridian, and Sam A Gold
stein, executive committee chaii
man-elect, is a native ot Georgia.
The "minority" member oi the
new team of officers is treasurer-
elect Jack Fink, who hails from
Nebraska.
Roth, a national commissioner
of the League, and a member of
its national executive committee,
has been associated with the fighl
against anti-Semitism since 1930.
when he w as Florida correspon-
dent lor the late Richard E, tint
stadt. during whose captaincy ot
the League, it climbed :o national
prestige in th of civil liber-
tarian affaii -
Roth received his BA and LLB
de3res from the University of
Florida, where he was chancel-
lor of Tau Epsil&n Phi and took
postgraduate work at New York
University in international fi-
nance. After a stint as attorney
for NRA he returned to F'orida
ar.d Miarn. in 1935, where he
has been practicing law since.
An a cti\ e pt in the
Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation'.- formation in 1938. Roth
| vas prominent in the counter-
action programs of those days
: j g a i r..-: the German-American
iund and the then mushrooming
anti-Semitic organizations, spend-
ing half of each day as a volunteer
ADL -tatter. In 1941. he assumed
.he presidency of Sholem Lodge,
and in 1942 enlisted in the U.S.
| Army
Upon discharge in 1945. he re-
assumed his dedication to com
; -nuiiity relations programs He or |
; ^ani/ed chapters uf the American
veterans Committee in Florida.
a as pre.-ident of the Dade County
*tVC anu Florida commander ol
.he Jewish War Veterans in 1947.
Roth's view of community serv-
i ice has been, and is. inclusive of
all who require assistance in their
aspiration lor social justice. Dur-
n.; the period in which the com
-nittee of which he was co-chair-
nan brought about the removal ot
restricted signs from Miami Beach
rotels and apartment houses, he
a.i active in housing and rent
.ontrol cause.-, and was President
Harry S. Truman's selection as
enants representative to the Area
Rent Control Board.
Roth, president of the Zionist
District I Miami in 1938 and
1939. and president of Miami
Beach Zionists District in 1948
and 1949. ha- continued his inter-
est in Israel and is currently pre.-
ident ot the American Zionist
Council ot Sou.h Florida. His wide
range ot interest and service ex-
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Copies of the new edition are
available without charge from Or-
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The new edition contains 32
is. the largest issue in the his-
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der the rabbinical supervision of
the Orthodox Union.
tends from his founder role
the Cerebral Palsj \-. ,;.
er Miami, to his :v .,n?0il.
ment by Mayor K< ^
chairman o; the Mi. 3e3tj|
Civilian Defense Coinm
i\al Committee.
He was a member ot the Miami
Beach C ty Council for six \ md vice mayor for two Mars. He
>nngs to his post a- state chair-
nan ot ADL. experience as a a>
ional commissioner, national exec-
utive committee member, chair-
nan o; the AOL's \;r
crimination Committee, and nt-
I aonal vice chairmai cm
Rights Committee
Sam A. Goldstein who \
JACK fINK
;ide over the monthly policy
naking meetings of the exec
ommittee, is the chairman oi *
board of the Sanitary Linen Sert-
ice Co., and a prominent busiaeas
and civic leader.
President ot Temple Israel, tht
nationally renowned Reform con-
gregation, and as a past presi-
dent of the South Florida Umw
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, Goldstein served as treas-
urer of the League's state board
for the pest two years. He also
has the unique distinction *
having served as a president *
three B'nai B'rith lodges in throe
different cities: Atlanta, Ga.;
Birmingham, Ala.; and W. Palm
Beach, Fla.
He is a member of the board of
rustees of the Union ot American
lebrew Congregations, member o.
he board of trustees of Mt. Sum
Hospital, trustee and member o
he board of governors of 'J"
'ireater Miami Jewish Federa
n which he also hi- -
hairmai of the collections com-
nittee (1954-1965-1936 aid bud-
get committee member
He is chairman of the person?!
board of the City of Miami Beiea
Member of the board of the Miami
Beach Taxpayer, Assn.. and eft**
nan and board member of t
service and Professional WrW
if the Chamber of Commerce.
In his -spare t me." GoMsta"
engages in civic work throuU
Shriner. Mason, Kiuani- and CW
League activities.
The new treasurer of the Flor-
ida board of the ADL. Jack t'!
is a member of the Miami i*
irm of Faunce. Fink and Fornatv
He is one of a -elect group*
American Jews to haw &?*
he grand aleph gudol of b"
B'rith-.- vouth organization. *'*
Zadik Aleph. in 1926. He has sU"
served as president of
Beach Lodge of B'nai BT.th. c..-_
man of board of directors
B'nei B'rith Youth Organs
and a- president of the Soon
Ida Council of B'nai
A member I
Kink serves there is -' :"
of its boarJ o- dir ,llh_
vice president of it* v '


Friday, December 15. 1961
+Jewist fkrMian
Page 3-C
FORMER PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN BAR ASSN.
Cody Fowler Wins Abess Award
COD/ FOWtEJt
Cody Fowler, winner of the lOf;:
Leonard L -Abess Human Relation.
waTd, is fhe Jefenfli rftflient of
the coveted honor, and one r:f 0n!v
two recipients whose residence is
e'sewhere thi n Da le county
Fowler, a Floridian since L914 "i,
:i Tampa resident.
1 fci ..... il inal pres
of the Amenc u B ir Assn. wi I
ceive the Abe&s Vwar I al a testi-
at noon. Sunda; .
,! ;''" A! [n accep ing
tl ADL's annual recognition for
outstanding buttons to thi
adva i! hi ma r Nations
the ni tii nal \ rei nod attoi
i '-' is ed roster ol
s isl y< ar, the
LeRoy < oil
In prtca -.. t'-e win-
ner* h iv : '.; ; <.,-, C.
\ Klinebercj Lectures a1
Dr. >tto K a. pro!
i i
at Coin
- is giving the
oi li i o ial Mfair*
1 ersi ol ami s udeni
'.
! h ; |
. i 8 I nlogic il Bar
to I
ol thi I
neb h< secoi d c
be red bj thi
I Ira V i F ation
ei :> ies i : t;
il the
!y lision o
lecturer '
Cou
i -: ".:'
rtmenl
"" .' wbi

sarch a- J ri !c :ture-
'.: o
c 'helm r ..', p f->r
1 h in China on emotional ex-
i of fi.^ Chinese, was 's-
3 P'ofesssr of psychology at
; University of Sa> Pau'o,
nil, from 1945-47, ar.d in 1?S8
was Carnegie visiting professor
=' psychology at the University
c: Hawaii.
During Worn War II. Dr. Kline-
, served in 1942 as principal
cial psychologist with the For-
-'i Broadcast Intelligence Scr\ -
nl the Federal Communications
mmission, and Irom 1943 to

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lecialisl for
War [nforma-
Kev V >i Dui ing 1945 he
. .: spi cial i ientific c insultant
foi the Stralegii Bombing Survey.
. .S, War Department.
additi in to three major lee-
scheduled for
l.i
Dr.
lures and seminars
irishmen and sophomor
Kline'ierg will meet with upper-
classmen, and will address a fac-
ulty seminar, according to Dr.
William B. Munsen, division chair-
man, who is m charge of arrange-
ments.
Al Reskin. of 7017 Trouville Esplanade, proudly shows the
new complete Polaroid Camera kit he received as a gitt trom
Tho Jewish Floridian. Reskin was presented with the' camera
wink light, filters and film, all in the special Polaroid leather
^rrying case, after he brought in 13 new, local, one-year
subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian. Individuals and.or-
ganizations throughout the Greater Miami area are aU taking
Part in this special Polaroid give-away. Reskin says 11 was
the easiest thing ever" to get the 13 subscnpt.ons For Jen
new, local subscriptions, The Jewish Floridian will give away
the camera free without kit.
Bae.-js, editor of the Miami News,
Qr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University of
Miami, John B. Orr, former
Dade member of the Florida
legislature, the late Mayor Abe
Arcnoviti, and Mayor D. Leo
Powell, of Miami Beach.
The award consists of a plaque
honoring the awardee, a-d of a
grant of SI.000 by Leonard L.
Vbess, for universitj r< search in
the field of prejudice and discrim-
ination.
F ''' was selec I ft a field
inei for his wor chair-
man in i960 of the G
Commission on Rao Relal
i*owl s chaii
missii n, il i coura | i the
;-; iblishm:: on a community
level, o! l.i i.. ial i
1 '" i makii -
r-on iructr i

While manj
site* ....
,: ":- : the chal-
i e nl social ch
"ii and peacefi I
Hi racial comm
tahlishe I .
Gables. Daytona Beai Deli
Beach. Eustis. Ft. I.auder ia'e. Ft.
Pierce Miami, Jacks I St.
Petersburg, Tampa. We
Beach and Orlando
; day, at least 15 Florda tl
have desi gregate I theii iwnt
lunch counter faciliti
To i indreds of F'or'da lers
In civil church and business af-
fairs, Codj Fowler or i
sonal high standing an he
persuasion of his ol
challenged them

neel so ial i hangi
"Which way is better for change
to come?" hi; commission asked.
"3y economic boycott demon-
strations a-d race c!a:r-cs? Or,
ty respcnsibl? loaders who have
studied Hie problem over a
period of time, who have exam-
ined all points of view a-, .
a.-, the facts, who ha.? the re-
spect of the great majority o?
their community, and who can
arrive at lie ncr satisfactory
recjinmtndaticr.i?"
Fow ler's apt i com!
I rida durin
-- in's tenun I
m on I stati
LEONfMO ABtSS
unil i r

I
Fowler ser I
' Vmerican I
i li
al
i | .
Trii : Lawyers, the li
Assl
issociati
I nissj Legal
F ir<
ii in 9 has
in Si Petersb in
ni.
Sale of Israel-Made Arras
Abroad Stirs Opposite
EMTi

JERUSALEM (JTA Sales of Israel made arms I
trios was the subject of sharp oppositii n attacks in Isr
BOTH
* ^

Lhis week, bul the governmen
beat off th" critic: in-
One debate revolved around
weapons salemainly of the fam-
i i i Uzzi submachinegunto
Germany. Herut, Mapam and
Communist deputies assailed the
continuing sales as "a certificate
i! moral rehabilitation" to Wesi
many, and said the sale- "fur-
ther isolated"" Israel trom the neu-
tral states.
The Prime A^inister, in his re-
ply, recalled a previous Knesset
discussion on the subject and not-
ed that the opposition failed to
prevail then. However, his re-
quest for dismissal of three mo-
tions to discuss an immediate
halt in such sales as "insincere
and unrealistic" was sustained
by only a narrow majority. One
coalition partner, Achdut Avo-
dah, which had fought the sales
in the earlier Knesset debate, ab-
stained from supporting the Gov-
ernment.
In a second debate, the Knesset
was told that Israel rejected an
order from Portugal for the Uzzi
weapon and also refused permis-
sion to its Belgian patent conces-
sionarie to fill the order.
This was disclose:! by Shimon
Peres. Deputy Defense Minister, in
reply to Mapam and Communist
demands for a full debate on re-
ports that the weapons were bein
used by Portuguese forces to 1'iyht
the rebellion m the Angola colony.
The official cited a letter from the
Israel Foreign Ministry last June
rejecting the Belgian firm's request
rirrn linister D i
u. co [sra : policj of re-
i isii i ii arms l i an
power
In another Knesset aciion, the
Security and Foreign Affairs
Committee called en all govern-
ments and Par.iaments to make
every effort to reach agreement
on a nuclear weapons testing ban
under effective international con-
trol.
The committee earlier discussed
the problem of atomic testing in
line with motions in the Knesset
for a full-dress debate on the re-
cent Soviet nuclear weapons test-
ing. The committee expressed full
support tor the unanimous resolu-
tions approved at the 50th Inter-
parliamentary Union conference
in Brussels last September con-
cerning the danger to human life
and world peace involved in such
weapons testing.
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i"Jtn isl ihrkUnn
Friday. December 15, lg61 Jj
FROM LOWER ALTON RD.
Mt. Sinai Hospital Stands
As Monument of Devoted
Leadership to Noble Cause
The Mt Sinai Hospital of Great-
er Miami look title to a small 55-
bed hospital on Alton rd. in 1947.
and began serving the community
Miami Beach as the Alton Road
lospital
n December, 1949. the move
was made to the former Nautilus
hotel at 1300 Mton rd., and the
buildii officially b e c a m e Mt.
Sinai Hospital ol Greater Miami.
with a bed capacity ol 200
The hospital is fully approved
by (he Joint Commission on Ac-
creditation, the Anu r.,.
Assn., tho American H ospital I
Assn.. the American I ol
Surgeons, and the Ami
lege of Physicians, it i- ,
proved for traininf
resident in me licine and
obstetrics a n d gynei :
patholi
AERIAL VIEW OF THE NEW MT. SINAI HOSPITAL OF GREATER MIAMI
Sinai 'Anniversary Week' to Open
Ml Sinai is a non-| I
seel ital open
come to it- doors, r<
race, creed colot
to pay Current!) then .;
fui ctioi
a free or part free I
Jan, 29. 1960, sa\i the do rs ol Lmately 'Jo percent of l
On July 15. 1957, construction
ol the ni 360 bed hospital and
the Gloria and Leon Lowenstein
i Residence began on a site
ining th<' existii b hi spital,
Mt. Sinai Hospital will cele-
brate its 12th anniversary dur-
ing the week ol Dec. 17 through
23 to mark the completion of 12
years ol operation as a non-profit
\ iluntar) hospital serving the
i immunity.
MAX OkOVIJZ
. honorary chairman
J. c, e r a I il Lewis, president,
said Wednesday that the purpose
of the celebration is "to express
appreciation and to give recogni-
tion to the communtiy and to the
members ol the hospital fam-
ily for their cooperation and
support ol Ml Sinai.''
The -Week will be highlight-
ed by a p r o g r a m of special
events which will dramatize the
hospital, its service and facil-
ities, as well as the people be-
hind its achievements.
Beginning the "Week" will be
a holida) party on Sunday for
all hospital employees and their
il (-. sponsored by the board
ol trustees (lift- at the party
will be presented through the
courti sy ol the medical staif.
Tuesdaj will be "Public Day."
tours, one at JO a in.,
and on. at 2 p.m.. will be held
r the guidance of the Mt.
Sinai Women's Auxiliary tour
committee chaired by Mrs (ail
Susskind, immediately following
the tours, a program will be held
in Wollson Auditorium of the hos-
pital
Trustees will entertain uuc.-ts
at scheduled luncheons during
the Week The medical stall
will he honored at a "brunch" on
Wednesday, with supervisors and
head nurses as special guests.
Members of the press, radio and
TV have been united to a special
the $10,000,000 Mt Sinai Hospital
open to the community-al laruc.
Mt. Sinai Hospital is one of I hi
most modern and completely
equipped in the country, -lands as
a monument to inspirational lead-
ership, dedicated to providing in
the Greater Miami area every fa-
cility for the practice of the heal-
ing arts.
who are hospitalized at Ml s
are on either a tree 01
b,,-is.
In celebrating its I2i mi
sary as Mt Sinai Hospital ol i
er Miami, the hospital board if
trustees, its doctor-, vi
and employees will participate ii
special events arranged to hor.or
them and (he communi' il

*3ce(//c of Li/celt CLsvents
SUNDAY EMPLOYEES
Holiday party for all hospital employees and their families
sponsored by the board of trustees. (Jilts, courtesy of medical
stall.
MONDAY PRESS, RADIO AND TV
Luncheon and Tour.
TUESDAY PUBLIC
Tours, 10 a.m. -2 p.m.
Greetings, refreshments and film. "Preface to a Life."
Program to be held in Wolfson Auditorium.
WEDNESDAY MEDICAL STAFF
brunch for medical staff with nursing supervisors and head
nurses as special guests.
THURSDAY PATIENTS
Special tray favors and "Anniversary Week" menu.
EMPLOYEES
Free meals in cafeteria, guests of board of trustees.
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY TRUSTEES
Daily luncheons for trustees and their invited guest -
VOLUNTEERS
Special letters to all volunteers.
SATURDAY SPECIAL EVENT
Anniversary Ball Gala. Fontainebleau Hotel.
Saturday evening. Dec. 23.
1. GtRIMO LEWIS
. honorary chairman
luncheon in their honor. Patients
will receive special tray favors
and Anniversary Week' menus.
Volunteers will receive a spe
cial tribute, and the "Week" will
be climaxed With an Anniversary
Ball (iala to be held at the Fon- I
tainebleau hotel on Saturday eve
ning, Dec. 23. Mt. Sinai's lobb)
wili be decorated during the.
"Week" with a facsimile of ai
birthday cake.
Honorary chairman for "Anni-
versarv Week" are Max Orovitz.
chairman ol the hospital board,
and J. Gerald Lewis, president.
Hank Meyer is chairman ot the
"Week," with Dr. Milton B. ,)a-
cobson serving as chairman ol
the medical Staff function; Mrs.
Su-skind tor the tours; Mr-
Harold Unger lor the patient tray
lavors; David 1'hillips lor the;
trustee luncheons; and Mrs. A.
Herbert Mathes and Mrs. Ben
Novack co-chairing for the An-
niversary Ball.
Welcome Wagon cele-
brates the arrival of each
new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.
New Mental Health Film
New mental health film. "To
Serve the Mind." will be shown
for the first time in Miami on Tues-
day 8:15 p.m.. in the auditorium
of the Miami Public Library, one
Biscayne blvd. Sponsor is the men-
tal Health Society, a United Fund
agency.
Dr. Victor L Slater, assistant di-
rector. Psychiatric Outpatient Clin-
ic, Jackson Memorial Hospital, will
act a- discussant and answer ques-
tions
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Aedent Synagogue Rebuilt,
But Few Jews to Worship
Mis. Ben Novack (left) and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. co-chair-
men of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Ball on Dec. 27, discuss details
of the crowning "Anniversary Week" function with Samuel
Gertner, executive director of Mt. Sinai.
First Ml Sinai Ball
To Climax Observance
WORMS. G( rmarrj JTAV- The
old Rashi S3 old* si
Jewish house pi y prship in Qer-
many, | iili
destroyed by the \~azis in 1938.
and now recoi bj tiie West
German government at a cost <>t
$125,000. was reopened here Mon-
day with impressive ceremonies.
In addition : Ji .-. ish repr< s< nta
lives from all over Germany, as
well as from Israel, Britain and
France, the participants in the
somber ceremony included Vice
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard as the
official r< presents ive ol the Fed-
eral Republic ol Germany, The
synagogue was named after the
famous commentator of the Bible
and Talmud,
"Griel and deep shame" over
the Nazi desecrations and depreda-
tions were expressed by Mr. Fr-
hard in his address. Warning that
anti-Semitism in Germany "is not
yel dead," the Vice Chancellor said
that "anti-Semitism, like every
other .form of inhumanity, is blas-
phemy.' Me warned German} that
Nazi crimes againsl the Jews
"must not be forgott* n."
The $125,000 needed for re-
construction of the famous old
'. m ar a G the first Mt.
.pital Bi rill take
Saturday. D< 23r I. at
Ihi ; ntainebh au hotel ii 1 lose
\. rsary Week" .> ith : fes-
1 occasion in wh'ch all the
munity and' frit nds of the
it a! are invited to join.
\ Orovitz and J. (ii raid
1 is, as honorary chairmen,
1 Hank M< yer, as chairman of
.v ersary Week." head an
irtive Gala committee which is
' ...ting the fun-and-entertain-
tilled evening. Mrs. A. Her-
Mathes and Mrs. Ben No-
lle serving as co-chairm< n
Gala committee which i:i
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Open House to Public Set
As Special Event Tuesday
HANK MfyfR
chairman
"Rashi Shul" had been contrib
uted bv West German author!-
ties, federal, state and local. Mr.
Erhard referred to the fact that
only two Jewish families live
herewhereas the pre-war Jew-
ish population was over 1,200.
"The essential thing, in this
Temple," he said, "is missing
the human beings to whom the
inscriptions here should speak."
The rebuilt synagogue with a
capacity of 300 worshippers, con-
tain: Jewish ritual objects donated
by the German Ministry ol Edu-
cation, by youth groups and vari-
ous prominent handicraftsmen. A
stone flown here from Jerusalem
has been placed In the wall parti-
tioning the women's section in H <
synagogue from the men's section
President Heinrich Luebke contrib-
uted the almcnor.
A childless couple. Jacob and
Rachel, had built the synagogue
which was opened just before Rosh
Hashona in 1034. An addition,
named the "Rashi Chapel." was
buiit in ir>24. The synagogue co i-
tained the archives of the old \
Worm- Jewish community as well
as many other priceless memor-
abilia. A local archivist saved
many of these relics alter the
Nazis destroyed the synagogue in
19; 8, transferring -hen, after the
war to the Jewish National Archive
in Jerusalem.
Miami Fishing
Contest Opens
"Letting the big ones get a aj
will be the theme aj;ain this season
when the 27th annual Metropoli-
tan Miami Fishing Tournament
opens Sunday. The nationally-pop-
ular event runs through April 15.
Expert and tyro anglers from
many points on the globe will be
trying their luck for distinction in
the world's largest fishing classic.
Anyone is welcome to participate.
There is no entry tee.
Ai 8 a m Sunday, an Opening
Day Uarade ol sport fishing craft,
colorfully decorated, will provide
the annual spectacle for television
and movie screens throughout I he
country
Opening day trophies will be
awarded for most sailfish and bone-
fish released, for best decorated
large and small boats, and for the
best eatch of the day.
Open House for the public on
! -day at Mt. Sinai Hospital of
G eater Miami will be a special
leature of the hospital's 12th "An-
niversary Week" celebration, ac-
rding to Hank Meyer, chairman
ef the event.
Meyer said that the community-
arge is invited lo participate
In tours at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., on
Dec. 19. at which time members
of the volunteer tour committee,
1 nder the chairmanship of Mrs
Carl Susskind. of I he Women s
Kiliary, will take the groups to
b( hmd-the-scencs" areas of the
r< u building, which was complet-
ed two years ago. At that time.
the hospital made the move from
the old Nautilus hotel building
Which it occupied for the past ten
y i.rs.
Immediately following the
tours, according to Mover, the
groups win be taken to Wolfson
Auditorium of the hospital, where
they will be greeted by Samuel
Gertner, executive director ol Ml
Sinai, and by representatives of
the board of trustees
The film. "Preface lo a Life,"
will he shown and refreshments
will follow.
The Open House reception is
one phase of the weeklong birth-
day celebration honoring Ml
Sinai's "hospital family" and the
public-at-large.
UN Study Group
Miami Beach Study Group "f the
United Nations Assn. will meet
Tuesday evening at the Blackstone
hotel. UN1CEF and the Congo will
be discussed Mrs. Anna Weiss, ol
6020 Indian ("reek dr is chairman
and in charge ol information.
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Friday,
I
ULTIMATE AIM: MOST POSSIBLE GOOD
Vigorous Leadership Will Keynote 1962 CJA
Young Men to Get
Top-Ranking Positions
At Helm of Campaign
"redd
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ration is \~^ontmunity s <_J~lccti't
The first roster of vigorous
now loaders who will serve as
vice chairmen in the Combined
Jewish Appeal's Trades and Pro-
fessions Council was announced
this week by Marshall S. Harris.
Harris, named by general chair-
man Cal Kovens as vrec chair-
man to chairman Hy Rifas. heads
tip the contingent of younger mer
moved into positions of top lead-
ership for the lirst time this
year.
"This will serve two important
purposes.'- Kovens explained.
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Grfj-.^: Miami j utrongei hap-
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'First, it will give us the needed
additional manpower to make
our 1962 campaign a success.
Even more important, it will
{.room these young men to
awime even fuller leadership re-
-ponsibilities in coming years."
As his associate vice chairman.
Harris named Richard J. Hor-
w ich. (lher vice chairmen
named include Jules I.. Arkin.
lawyers group; Dr. Carl M. Bau-
mann. dentists: Julian Burg, ad-
vertising; Fred Diamond, insur-
ance; Sidney Efronson. profes-
sions; Edward M. Eisenberg.
furniture and appliances; Dr.
Daniel R. Franco, dentists: Allen
1. Freehling. social and health
services; Andrew A. Gcller, in-
surance.
Also Dr. Ernest M. Halpr\n,
dentists; Ronald Upton, banks
and factoring; Herschel Rosen-
finance; Stiuirt Rothchild.
accountants; Howard R. Scharlin,
, .. and Herbert s. Gruber, I anks
.i toring.
Harris predicted thai addition
>>,. new \i* e chairmen v ill
result "in a i v bun ;
]:",2 CIA

"We're delighted .: ;i
the i really
i can do." Harris said. "Oal
ens has warm l us thai
ha^ < all the responsibility that
the ti It ii i chairman implii -
respon sib I
Remember the days when a different agency
was launching its fund-raising drive every week
when the campaign with the prettiest posters
raised the most money, regardless of need?
Those days went out the philanthropic door
when Federation came in. The Greater Miami
Jewish Federation is the heart of the commun-
ity and its conscience. It has replaced con-
fusion with coordination and a multiplicity of
drives with a singleness of purpose.
That purpose-is to do the most possible good
with each dollar at home and abroad. The
same dollar helps settle immigrant Jews in
Israel.-iight bigotry in the United States, care
for the aged in Greater Miami, heal the sick, and
fill a wide variety of other community needs
through the approximately 60 organizations aflil-
iated with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Through the medium of Federation's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, vast sums of money have
been raised and distributed for philanthropic
purposes.
And through Federation, a substantial de-
gree of order has replaced chaos in the fund-
raising field in Greater Miami.
This reduction in the mutiplicity of drive!
has obviosuly resulted in a material reduction in
campaign and collection costs. This, of course.
has enabled even more of the contributions to be
put directly and immediately to work improv-
ing the Jewish community.
Careful planning and impartial evaluation of
the needs of member agencies has resulted in
Federation's dollars your dollars going
where they will do the most good for the most
people.
A voluntary association of agenc.es and con-
tributors, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
operates through the consent and cooperation of
the agencies and the community. Federation >
strength and effectiveness will continue to de-
pend on the devotion and support et th< Jewish
rt-idents of Greater Miami.
OH GUARD TO SWF C-RfATlR MIAMI
Local Combined Appeal Agencies Hslp
You Every Day in a Variety of Ways
LOCAL AGENCIES DON'T OVERLOOK THE YOUNGER GENERATION
ncies s ed by
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A frtand, in poor health
resu n a visit Mt.
Sinai !'i spital. thi noi ctar
ian. fit i spiti
the Greatei Miami comm nil)
'I lu eight lory structure ( n-
tains 373 beds, and as i om-
pleted v ith I
in the Greater Miami commun-
ity
A family, which had seem-
ed on the verge of breaking up,
becomes a whole, happy unit
again. Or a child, formerly
sulh n ai I n. I ecom -
c h e i r ii l and oul .;-
hi havt h i ibout
by the J< wish d Chil-
dren's Service
Tl is is happj ne i 1 ".< si I
i < f the pictui is thai there
freq ientl) lorn litii I -
; these vital
. ees wa:ti that
" reduced unl il tl
. i can e ixpande '
More
1 Is imtall) i >'.!! br; n-
i : the Gre-3r?r K' ami Jew-
ish Community Center, which
id( a proft s: i i] roup
woi k sen ice lot t' J vish
c mmu lit) to i I the
ation and I in time n Is ol
(very mi the fl m I) .
T!:e Burfu'j of JowiiS Ed-
ucation, designed to imp
the e lu< atio al and admini rtra-
live standards ol Jewish schools
in Greater M i a m ;. pr > idi -
personnel service, licensing of
teachers, curriculum guidance,
testing, classroom observation
and consultation to its affiliated
Jewish schools.
TIM Jewish Vocational
Service, a nonprofit organiza-
tion, provides job placement
sen ices for prcp'i
able tc find :
ance
The Nario Council c-
Jewish Women I resettl
in Miami the mar.v Am
ic ns" who I
Is .it oppre. ''
The Bare-, cle H rich LM
Fun I n
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ag i
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Commun
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aimed al estt
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groups. Thej
religious u',
the United
where. Agenc i in thi<
porj with Mian i
the American wsh '
tee, American J<
and the Anti-Defamation Leag
of Bnai Brill.. ...
When you think ol iheOwaj
Miami Jewish ; .
are thinking of all these serw
agencies and more.
vou give to the orabinedjer
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A Low Nineties Golfer
Cai Will Be a Driver (or
CJA
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koveni .1 Chairman of
Board of Trutteej for
No'*h M.a^i General Hospital
Cal Boil* *he Carillon Hotel.
6!a Ho-if and cooperative
frPflrfmi'O** and Shopping Centers.
Israels Open Door Policy a Lifeline
For Needy Jews Throughout World
Suppose, (or seme reason,
every one of Dade county's
1.000.000 residents, with only the
clolhes on their backs. mo\ed to
a small, underdeveloped Latin
American nation ar.d tried to
make a so Of it?
Impossible of accomplishment?
Actually, that would be cay
compared to what's happened in
Israel in the past 13 years.
Into that tiny country ,-ince
1348 have poured more than one
million .lews, speaking dozens of
different languages, and in most
cases owning nothing but their
elolhes and what they could
carry in their hands.
Those million people had three
things in common their Jew-
ishncss. their hope, and tin ir
laith.
Hope that the flight from
persecution that for many had
lasted a generation, would now
be coming to an end.
Failh that the help of Jews
throughout the world, and par-
ticularly in the United States,
would make it possible for them
to find a new life in Israel.
Israel, for those million Jews,
and for the hundreds of thous-
ands still waiting to get there.
is their New Horizon. Their old
horizons have been bleak the
walls and barbed wire of Nazi
concentration camps, the new
tyranny oi the Communists, the
unhidden hate of some Arab lead-
ers, and the seemingly endless
paths they followed to escape
these real -He nightmares.
The paramount reason for Is-
rael's birth was so there might
be one land on earth where any
Jew could come and live. This
principle was enunciated on the
day of the Jewish State's birth.
It has been restated in one form
or another every day of Israel's
existence.
And Prime Minister David
Ben-tJurion himself reemphasized
it recently when he declared:
"A main aim of establishing
the State and still a main aim
of the State of Israel was to
give every Jew in the world who
has a need whether an eco-
nomic need, or a political need,
or because he is persecuted, or a
spiritual need, or for any other
reason the chance to come to
ihis country. This is his right."
And this is one of the biggest
jobs tackled by Greater Miami's
Combined Jewish Appeal dollar
bringing the immigrant to Israel,
helping receive him, house him.
care for him if he needs care,
and start him on his new life.
Combined Jewish Appeal funds
this year will begin the process
of absorbing Israel's second mil-
lion immigrants into the life and
economy of the country. Of the
1.000.000 newcomers it has re-
ceived since the State of Israel
was proclaimed in May. 1948.
only about two-thirds have been
successfully resettled.
A large portion of Combined
Jewish Appeal funds go to sup-
port the United Jewish Appeal -
the major American agency rais-
ing funds tor immigrants to Is-
rael and refugees and distressed
Jews overseas.
Raising more than $1,340,000.-
ooo since it was founded in Jan-
uary, 1939. the United Jewish
Appeal has brought help to more
than 2.700.000 people, resettling
more than 1.200.000 Jews in Pal-
estine and Israel.
In 1961. IMA aid programs
reached almost tiOO.OOO Jewish
men. women and children in 11
countries throughout the world.
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Friday, Dec6r.:Lc: 15, 196l
German Delegate Accuses
Russians of Anti Semitism
On Thursday morning, Dec. 7, at Coral Way
Jewish Center ihe pre-school presented a
Chanuka program. Judah Mcccabee was
piaved bv Charlie Wiener (center soldier beat-
ing drum). Maccabee soldiers (leit to right)
are Michael Barg, Barry Soltz, Alan Stein-
berg, Randy Levine, Michael Block, and Maik
Cohen.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami (center), is named a Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
' Vc.unteer of Valor" at a banguet attended by friends of the
hcspital and many members of the Greater Miami commun-
ity. Shown during the plague presentation ceremonies are
Harold Thurman (left), chairman of the dinner, and E. Albert
Failot fright' chcirman of the Cedars development fund.
Austrian Move Against Violent
Neo Nazi Student Organization
VIENNA (JTA) The dis-
lion oi ihe students anti-Semit-
ic organization, Olympia, was an-
nounced hero by level Afritsch,
Austrian Minister ol the Interior.
He said the organization was or-
dered disbanded because of the
1 Nazi activities of most of its
men bers.
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Simultaneously, police announced
additional arrests of members and
the Austrian Government proposed
to the Ministries of the Interior
and Justice new measures to stem
Ihe neo-Nazi activities which have
reached a postwar peak in the past
few days. The.-e included the dese-
cration of the Jewish cemetery
ut Innsbruck and the firing ot nine
>hots at the Parliamentary build-
ing in Vienna.
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Among measures the Govern-
: nient said it would introduce in
Parliament "to protect democra-
cy" in Austria were proposals to
bar activities likely to incite hatred
against religious and racial groups
Competent sources told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that Minister
Afritsch was determined to do
everything possible to "finally end
all activities that could endanger
Austria's reputation as a truly
democratic country."
(In Lon.ion, the press reported
Tuesday from Vienna that. Aus-
irian authorities have been "com-
pelled officially" to take notice ot
recent anti Semitic incidents.
"the Austrian C.overnment, pri-
vately, tends to dismiss these inci-
dents as the work of ignorant hot-
heads instigated by unrepentant,
fe.rmer Nazis." According to the
Vienna correspondent, the Austri-
an Government "has certainly been
lamentably weak in dealing with
known former SS men still living
openly in Austria")
Educators Seek
Top Standards
NEW YORK(JTA)A national
code of professional practices de
signed to as-:~t Jewish commun
ities in th( United States and Can-
ada to devolp professional stand-
ards of employment of teachers in
their religious schools was ap-
proved at a meeting of the board
of governors of the American
Assn, for Jewish Education.
Thi principles and recommenda-
tions of the code, completed after
two years of study and research by
the AAJE's National Committee
on Teacher Education and Wel-
fare, w ill serve lo guide school ad-
ministrations in such areas as
placement, teacher's duties, ten-
ure and work schedules. It also
proposes policies relating to -.1!
ary and national standards f>>r va-
cations and leaves, retirement and
fringe benefits, and adjudication of
controversies.
A special section of tb code
addresses itself to ethical prac-
tices for Jewish teachers, 9,000
of whom are currently serving
Jewish schools in this country
and Canada. Other projects to
improve the status of the Jewish
education profession which have
been formulated by AAJE and
widely adopted by Jewish com-
munities include a national re-
tirement and life insurance pro-
gram for Jewish teachers.
Many ol Ihe code'.- recommend-
ed practices are based on princi-
ples and regulations developed
both in the general education field
and over the years by central Jew-
ish educational agencies and as-
sociations of Hebrew schools in
Boston. Buffalo. Chicago, Cincin-
nati, Cleveland, Columbus. Detroit.
Los Angeles, Miami. Minneapolis.
Newark. New Haven. New York
Philadelphia. Rochester, St. Louis.
San Francisco. Savannah and Tor-
onto. Canada.
PARIS (JTA* A clash be-
tween the Wesl Clerman delegate
and the Soviet delegate over anti
Semitism in thex gountries marked
the usually rOUtln* meeting ot the
executive committee of UNESCO
here.
Otto Von Sommcr. ot West Ger-
many, charged th;it :he Soviet Un-
ion practiced "anti-Semitism and
racism." He said the USSR prac-
ticed widescale anti-Semitism both
in its press and in its application
of Soviet law. l ic asserted that
Soviet delegate Alexander Pav-
lov's claim that there was no rac-
Ism in the Soviet Union was "a
lie" and that Ihe Soviet report of
non-discrimination in Russia was
"an untruth."
The Soviet delegate emphatical-
ly denied the ch.... 1 ri,.m(i
he was surprised I ,,Mn_
tativc of "a cot esppns.ible
tor the munkr ,1 ^
hould dare to speak n the -uij.
i.et." The clash views \\
omitted from the 1 0[ ,hf
committee on or ers cl lh cha:r-
man.
BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER
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SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY
Under Strict Supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth of Florida
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AfODMN EQUIPMENT I fUKNISHINGS EWEPROOf BUILDING
310 Collins Avt. Ph. JE 2 3571 Miami Beach
Social Singles fc Denes
B'nai B'rith Social Singles |
hold a dance >;: Sati lay 1 veniM
at the Promen, hotel
adults of interne diati -c ij.
vited. The group 1 so ilannini
.1 New Year'- Evi H> al
McAllister hotel.
Checking oif final notations to see that everythmr is in readi-
ness at the new Riverside Memorial Chapel are executives
Lame S. Blasfc>erg and Leonard Zilbert. Not shown is senior
executive Abe> Eisenberg. The half-million dollc: chapel is
located at 1920 Alton rd., Miami Beach. Other chapels of the
national funeral home organization are at Ncrrr.cndy Isle
and near Coral Gables.
"While many cities, spurred i>>
their central educational agencies,
have developed employment pol-
icies and codified them, taken
broadly, however, problems and
relationships persist in the field of
Jewish teaching which make neces-
sary the formulation of national
standards of fair and equitable
conditions of work." Philip \V.
Lown. of Boston, president of the
AAJE, and Samuel H. Daroff, of
Philadelphia, chairman of its board
of governors, declared in a joint
statement.
Children Present Program
Children of the kindergarten
class of Temple Tilereth Jacob,
under the direction ol Mrs Frieda
iyss, presented a Chanuka pro-
gram on Sunday at 10 a.m.
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na xip^ -a .nnisa am
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C'-sain rrn nas iv hxt
":"T TT T- VI"
Wil (nana1? iaiaai) "?-t
T T I
.naam mina
(iva'rts mas nna nNsrina)
TRANSLATION -
Let Us Return to the Basic
Principles of Our Tradition
By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Coral Way Jewish Center
Tlu' greatest discovery in our
ha i nothing ; i do with
rbital [light and nuclear plight,
is, not Gagarin, nor oven
Henri, il successful, can claim-that
complishment. We have devel-
a new type ol "understand-
!' ggo s beyi nd spmpathj
ir ihc wronged, empathy for the
lo : an I pity [or the per-
il trator Todaj we "und rstand"
me no one. There
lile lelinquents; their
responsible for their
To be thoroughly honest
nd 1 gical conclu-
ion is that the parents and grand-
ire innocent, also Some-
lu 11 ..' some time, some one
. ;i- misunderstood.
J^ c r v 1 c e 9 - Infotoiation to be included in the Religious Services colu*
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Fioridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. AH re-
leases received after that time will be returnee: as proof of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 780! Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac tvei.
i V\ i liiy ">: 1.1 |i 111. Siltui ii ii.in.
limn: .IiiiIhImiH i.- :i T il
\ lopmelll

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
scrvalive. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
H i ui. K:l." |. in Si iii- ti l Ii ui hi ill
Liivi IShk Mltzvah: Murtiha, ill
!,i uf Mr. .ui,l Mi XI ii rr: i i
win s.....rdaj !i .i in Sei > i
IllU thi Truth." Mill' M i!-/\ ah : St, v.i
-ii of Mr .i -"I Mi Jnsi i>li '
liriilil, mm uf Mi and \\
., i,
--
BETH EL. 5C0 SW 17th ave. Orthodox
R.-ibbi Solomon Schitt.
-
ii I In i
., hi
rn
'! Itlll'llll
RA8BI SAMUEL APR'L
. steeped in tradition
I> .'ii Mh Bible is better "un ler-
tood" i ii d .i y than ever before
..-on was nol a bad fellow; he just
lid nol adjust well, Perhaps, he \\;i> inclined inwards paranoia, but
.'as that not justified? After all, Jacob did "steal" his birthright and
ilessing, and Esau was frustrated and transferred his hostility to ex
ernal aggression, He hunted animals, perhaps killing a few men.
tairied Hittite wives and brought griel to his parents. Was not this
n understandable reaction under the circumstances? Ishmael, too.
vas badly misunderstood. "His hand was against all. and everyman's
land against him." but after all. he was a victim of sibling rivalry.
A a.-ii t that proper justification?
Similar defenses may be undertaken and convincingly submitted
to that Nimrod Lot, Potiphar's wife, the Sodomites, the Generation
if the Flood, the Tower of Babel-builders in short, all the sinners
evil-doers and wickedness-workers were simply suffering from "lack
I understanding" Delusions ol grandeur, schizophrenia, mull.pl:
.....sonality a tew other alienations, would explain their deeds mag
lificently. If there were one Bible "analysts," not those critics wh<
'understand" the Bible, but professional psycotherapists, could have
reated them all as clients, what a difference ii would have made li
he history and shape ol the world
While h i- true that understanding preme factor;
nvolvel in brotherly love and human relations, we should not confusi
his means as the end the goa! of living an ethical, moral life, In
lo good, man's shortcomings, foibles, or sins should nol imply
We mould nol condone and accept prevalent evil as inevit
ible.
Let every man ask himsell how he can go up lo his earlhlj fathei
ithi ut his son steeped in the same Torah tradition Let him ask him-
ell if his i\i.vd> and mis deeds may be forgiven, as well as "ui ler
tood," by lu~ Heavenly Father. Then, shall mature understanding
lelp bring brotherhood and peace to all men.
The Marranos
One of the Marranos turned to
Tin- fj'-if is prepared m co-
opfritfiiui until (lie- Spiritual Lead-
en of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ca] Assn.
RABBI MAX A I IPSCHITZ
(iuordinator
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is a blessing made when
washing one's hands before a
meal?
Since the washing of the hands
before a meal is a religious obliga-
tion, a blessing is made the same
as il is before performing many
other religious obligations
^ i-
Why is the blessing made before
drying the hands after wash-
ing them?
JfiSZ SCE.'SMSL II, r. Ih.1 in n, r^lla,
blessing could not be made of the grace he would declare
Contributor:
RAHHl SOI OMOS scull P
Cents of Wisdom
One of the Marranos turned to The blessing conic, i.oiuc .-- o. ,..e -. -----
a sSolar wtth S3 mquiry: What before washing the hands since at publu. bIes8ing for the host.
is the status of the forced converts that stage the Individual Is UI a
Who outwardly behave like M08- state of impurity and not tit to
Irms bin in their homes, inwardly, make a blessing. ,,,,,,,, l mwer\ and ed
outwardly ----------
loins but in thiur homes, inwardly, make a blessing.
Observe all the precepts? This Th(. rabl.is ordained that the
scholar had not undergone all blessing be made belore drymg
these bitter experiences and there- ,ht. hamis, since even though the
fore replied that the Jews forced hymls are not dried, the individual
to convert were transgressors ot is in ., slalt. of relative purity and
Israel. This replv brought despair ,lis blessing will precede an act
on the forced converts. at least the acl ol dryiim the
When Maimonides. who was 26. hands ^ #
heard this, he immediately penned
an epistle called "The Sanctifica- Why is it customary to i
lion of the Name" (of God). In
this epistle written in Arabic. Mai-
monides strove to encourage a no"
strengthen the Marranos This
epistle in Hebrew translation has ^ thp (ab,e rec|ted the grace for
now been published by the Babhi aU thc rost In ,he last pai-t of the
Kook Institute in Jerusalem with
commentary. Whoever reads it.
will see how great Maimonides (ol
blessed memory) was in Torah and
wisdom.
3ETH EMETH. 12250 \W 2nd av
Conservative. Rahbi Max Sh.ipiro
Cantor Hyman Fine.
,i I |, in
In I>: > u.- will i: mi
'.I: Mux in eiilu lira I
"I II \\ <
3ETH JACOB 301-311 W.ishmgto-
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern
Cantor Maurice Mamcnes.
v .'. I *. ji iii s.i i m ,1.,> In i.n
s.iiii.,n "Tile M mi I UK Itrntllerl
I...M "

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovskv
l-'i ill iv ,1". .m. S.il iinlin S :'.n .i in
Kri.lay "iilTi p.m. SHtiirdu> v ..i :, tl
s,-i.....n "our i!i'>|iiiii.-.iinii ii>."

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Sam
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
I'*i I<11 > s ::lo |i in Si-riniiii. "Tht- In
\,,i hIi!-." S i i ni ilii \ S ii hi |i.u
Itlll Mil '.\ :ili : I In l I. -"ii uf Ml lin
Mi- VVillliini StiH-k.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE
GATION. 1401 NW 1E3i"d st Cor
servative. Rabbi Harold Richtcr
Cantor Emanuel Manrtel.
i- .i;,> H;ir, |i.ni, St-rniiiii: "Ai
Siitiirilin s ;n H.in Ki-rmnr
I'nrl inn ..I ill, Wi

-LAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW
pi Conaervativa. Rabbi G
Lerer. Cantor G<-orqe Goldberg.
\'
t id in .in Aei
i.in ISiil II
i M i 11111 \ 11
. i ,
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 180
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabb
Richard M. Leviton

HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th st Hia-
leah. Reform. Rabbi Marius R.inson.
l-'i i'.i \ s:|.*, |i m s.-' iii -ii "Tlii Ki ill
\|. .iiiinu .!' Hi- Word lew'

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
hi'iilu.i s:!ln p.m fiileHl HpeHkrr, l.en
\liii,lliii. eMflltlVe eililoi III I'll- .lew-
lull I .1 i.l... m.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
i > ,i.i\ ". .urn R:l.'i |i.m. Sermon: "A
iii-.ii i.,-.-i,ii from ii Hi-ii Story."

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
I'Yl'lnv. *i pin S:illltil:iv i. .In hi S-i -
....... Wli-n I-: 111. -1- Meet" Son." I :.i i
Mllzviih: Harry, -mi of Mr. and Mr>
lluri) Ootllleb

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
I-1 nl:i\ .". p in Sunn il.ix : B in

MINYONAIRES. 3737 8ird rd. Modern
Traditional.
l-'rldiiy VI-". p.m. Saturdiij B a.m
rtuPHl Rabbi, I'i Joseph Zuvkerbrain
I i in-- Shahbn i

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643f, SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
| l-'rldaj :l." p m !uenl -i" iker, I be
Goldman, Clls of Miami -m;iiir.
GEMS OF WISDOM
As die
I I 1
w
11
. :
1
.
' '
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hw> Recon
sti uctionist. R .1 li I)
Cantor Herman Gottlieb

I<
V. :

'
I line
guest the honor of leading the
grace after meals?
This tradition stems from the
when only one of the people
(Published by Brit Ivrit Ola mil'
trace after meals there are van-,
us added blessings for special
cases. One ol the.se blessings is
a benediction which blesses the
host. Therefore, it is the guest
who was given the honor of lead-.
A mixture oj misery ana edu-
cation is highlv exbuMire.
li. swu 11 .
* *
All your children ihll be taught
of ill, lord and feat shall be the
hr-un- of your children. isaiah.
?
On the bitter da> o| exjwlsioti
from Spain, miul >/ those who
were proud oj theif intellectual at-
tainment changed then
uihile the women and uncultivated
masses surrendered themselves and
their property for the ancti/ication
of the Name. Verily die L"r<'
preserved the simple." VAABI rz.
T
The Greek grasped the bresenl
moment, and was the artist; the
Jew worshipped the timeless
and u-ai die prophet. I. M. vise.
will
Wars
Kpeuk on ".lew*
" S il 111 ,l;l> ;i 111
Alliel li -ii
TEMPLE ADATH YFSIIURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Mi.'imi Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zuckrr. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
i-1111:i> v:'.i> p.m. Sermon: i:->i.....-i-
lilliiy ..I .i Jew." OneR Shnhlml Ii-m -
Mr. and Mra. shun- and Mr and Mra.
liniz Soturdnj 9 a.m Sermon "Doen
in\ I :i 11n r Si ill Live?"

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5150 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday R:15 p.m Gueal apenker fhnr-
h i- Webber, Ai-'i.-i'Iu repreitenta-
live for relllfioui n Intionx, ill 'li-;-
cumii "Automation," and "Thi atti-
tude uf Vii'-i ii 'ii luhni towaiilji Hi-
S,,\ i. i i ui..ii.'' Saturda) 11 >'. ii in.
r.,,i Mlitvahi Brie. m>n ol Mr. and
Mrs. Men .1 Halter,
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Krl s l.'i i> in. Sermon: "i .-
l -i. >. i Help? il .....i i i in
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hey-
wood. 1725 Monroe st Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
i', ii.in \ m |. iii .- rnion M I--1
: In r ll.-i-- Sii I III da i I li.n III
Mllxvnh: Rli hard Abrairm,
.,mi Mi.-. Si.lii, > i'.. Her

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 ChajO
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
i | s I.", p in Sel iii- i
Vnple li" '!' I 'ill U S
lliolll Pea '
inr Mitiivnl : i I
,i .i.iii.in i i. ...11 i: .. n
. m und Mi S'ailiiin Sn

TEMPLE EMANL'-EL. 1701 Wi-
ton ave. Conservative. R.-.bb. Ir\ ng
Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 13' NI
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. N
Cantor Jacob Bornstem.
1

temple JUOE-. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabb. Morder li
- i
.hi.I .1. in.- II "
S.i I

TEMPLE MENORAH. 62D 75th Conservative. Rabbi Mayei
owitz Cantor Edward Klein.
kin) ; S:il irdu
Tin I'n I :
nil Cui-ioi nl H I Mra
in Ini i'i

TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. *nd
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg
Kl ulii\ Hi 1 p m, Si -in. n I '
slon nl M-I.ni' iiii'.i Sunn 'I IB
il in Kel in.nr "\V< eklj Porll I

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Benno M. Wallach.
I' rl'la > 8:1." n in i '.u--i api-akei (' f
William W'-li'i''-. uper\ !- 1'ivll l>e
fenxe Division I'.nl- fount) Sa
I i..|.,ii iiii-in. ii talk "ii ^ hether
or not I .ill.mi Shelter* Should be
Built."
-
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman Can.
tor Albert Glantz.
i"iiii.i\ ':::" |. in. Sermon: I '"- My
hSilher siill Mve?" Dnea Shabbal
host: Slsierl......i Hatunlu> im
Sermon: tiur Hod' or Jusi the '(Sod
,,r our l-'.iiliiis""' Bar Mitxvah:
Barry, son of Mi and Mrs, i Zueker-
man

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Friday 8:1." p.m. Sermon; "Modesty
Kxemplified in tit*- Joseph I>rama.'
i in, ^ Shabbnt hosts: Mi ami Mm.
Nathan Beekei li honor of i hell i d-
iliim anniversarj Satui da> i i
Sermon "Wekb Portion of ibo
i. i
-
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Coldfarb.
Kri-inv v::ii p.m. s-iiii'in: "Boldnesn
and Temerity." Raturdas 9:30 in
Bar Mltsvah David., son "i Mr ..nd
Mrs. Hnskell Mbermiin.

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Krlday ^ !' p.m Bermon: rhi Paa-
Nive i rn.-'' in- u siiiiiii,.ii hisl 8U-
i, rhoiiil. Saturda) B a.in.
miiiuuiifflBiiiiiiiiiHioii,iiiiiiiii.ii!iiiiiiiiiiii'iwiriiio"Ss
CANDLtUGHTING TIME
8 Tebet 5:17 p.m.


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vJenisf' Ffrrffjfi&r
Friday, December 15, 19811 =
'Collective Responsibility' Bill Hit
JERUSALEM JT.\) The
Mapai'Sponsored-biil on collective
responsibility for Israel's new Cab-
inet ran into a barrage of -
criticism al Its first reading m the
Knesset rbrs week
The measure provides thai :i Cab-
inet member who fails to support -
Cabinet position in the Knesset,
either bj voting against or abstain-
iting on a measure em-
. such a Government posi-
iion, -'.ill be ..eemed to have au-
. ill] resigned
er provision is that if the
party of a Cabinet member simi-
larly fails to support a Govern-
:: bill and the Government
'silo ~<

Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel, jr., national president of Women's Divis-
ion, American Friends oi Hebrew UniversM reets Fren
Ambassador Armand Bercrd (left) end Consul P. F.
Migone (right' at third cnr.ual benefit for the Jerusalem school
-sponsored by the junior committee of the women's group
New York City.
H Ithin a week of the Knesset vote
on that bill decides iiiat the party
violated collective responsibility,
then that party.- Minister in the
Cabinet will be considered as hav-
ing wesigned. '
Herut leader Menahem Beigin
said the bill infringed on Hm au-
thority of the Knesset because
it was an attempt to impose Gov-
ernment control over proposed
legis ation. Liberal party depu-
ty lihar Harari asserted that the
bill stemmed from an incident in
the third Knesset when Achdut
Avofa voted against the Govern-
ment en the issue of Israel arms
sales to West Germany but re-
fused to quit the Cabinet.
I [e ( nt< tided cat it mutual con-
td i exist I i
. the bill would
i
re on
ro in Is thai
ble for thi
part; Fustic* Minister
ne I to pn
er i'h Govei nenl From
ct both to I
nd to the
ill- -aid the < i
. r irated the concept that it a
as nwill
ol the
: itj oi the Government, it
shoul quit the coalition.
In action Involving Israel's re-
lations w:th South Africa, the
Knesset rejected by *r\ over-
whelming majority two motions
for debate on Israel's anti Apart-
heid votes in the United Nations
General Assembly.
Ark h Ben-Eliezer of Herul and
Shlomo Lorencz ol Agudal Israel
senti the motions. They cnti
cized Isra< I's support ol the U s
condemnation of South Um
< -Mi m<. thou h both rejected the
concept "i Apartheid.
H iwever, Hen Gurion said
. e l> lid not have been true to
Itc-. to cur moral hi ritagc
and to our position in the family ol'
nations il w< had no! j lined in this
proti -:
Talking over success of lasl week's testimonial dinr.sr to
Irving Schctzman aro (left to right) co-chairman Gerald
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Schatrman, co-chairman Alien Gold-
berg, and Miami 3each Vice Mayor Malvin Englander, who
extended gretinqs on behalf of the city. Schatzman was feted
oy the Miami Beach Lodne of B'nai B'rith. of which he is serv-
ng a second term as president.
Dr. Wolf son to Speck
"Psychologj ol Spinoza" will be
the topic of a talk by Dr. Abis
Wolfson Wednesday, 7:45 p.m.,
prior to the Philo-ophy Study
Group meeting at the home of Mrs
Kale Maidenberg, 1760 James ave.
General discussion will follow,
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!M THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORID*. IN PROBATE
No. 54527-C
i;i: Estai
MORRIS II. LEV1NE,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\!l cTedltors and A1I Persons Hav
Mi nds Aga Insl >.i,.i
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, ire I I "M'-l : ti l I-. -
i ,| ;,, presi | mj claims and ile
which. +j,' 'ii.i'. bin.-, mtuitiart
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: i .I, i 'ountj II..-
i., the l' iun Judg< of I lade
.. i I ;: .in.' iii duplii .i
... pros ..i mi Seel Ion 7 :
~-., :i I heir ofl i. In
in I ade i 'n.iii-
(."lorl.la, > hin bIj> I'uii
.., Ii- lr I e of I he fil
i. ,, p. i: >r I he .- i me will
i. irr'eil
i ned .it v ami, Florida, ilii- :.-i!i
j,, ,,, \'oi .1. \ l' 1961.
PE vim. LEVINE
As Administratrix
i. :c>N \ EPSTEIN
\ liey for Iml -' i!ri\
i iln Fid ''laml iteach, Fla
12/8-1...22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FlCTi I lOUd NAME LAW
\11TI E IS H : :'i I IIVKN thai
. : rsigned lesinng tn engug, in
-.-. un lei 'itious n..in.- ..I
I I'M. RAR i- 1 I 5th Street, Mi-
ll, h, '"' id i tends i.i register
i, w t- the Clerk of the 'lr-
ilt i irt o Dade 11111v. Kim ,
s\ Mi'l-:I. IKKNS4 IN
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fa
II 24, 12 '
r 9*mv
BY HENRY LEONARD
'Sorry Madam ... but Chanukah
preceded Christmas this year."
Cp. IMI, Oiu S'sJuciloiH

LEGAL NOTICE
I --.E C'PCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC AL CIRCUIT IN
i\D FOR 3OH COUNTY.
FLOR.OA INC-4NCER>.
Mo. 61C ?2i25
... SAVINGS RANK,
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TMBSTS "RATION ,
T II K>
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idill
NOT.CE OF SUIT
K
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w led Moi '-.. j.
In
A i ;
VRK HKH N< ITIF1RI
, filed ai iii
the f..... In i he movi
i ..ir- nnd ciu for the p
I the mortgn
V 111^ Ii- '' 1I I
- bl .-.: .n i ..I.- ('ount) I'I !'-
r> I. :. Block JO, FIRST API'lTh.V
MYRTLE ''- ,v E. "' '"ding '
i, pint th -" recorded In Plal
: a Pace 2, Public Recor l >.-. i i : I irlda
with the i dlott ing Items ol
; located ii -'I permaueiii s
d as a Bin oi the Improvi -
:, said land
sliding < I lass !>> rub Enclosure
Range G.E. Model N > J-400-M
Refrigerator G I Model N>>. LB-ll
Ins Maahine i I E
Model No. WA.---.0
\' i are hereby required to serve a
. of your jns*er or other plead-
n Plaintiffs attorneys: JOHN D.
i.\ and WIl.Bl K C. ROI.USS.
1 0 B.E. 2nd Street, Miami, Florida.,
FRanklln i-m:'.. and Me the original
or pleading ;n the office of
i clerk hi said Court on or before
the L'lstday 6f December, '1961 II
fall to do -o. a decree pro con-
vvill be entered against you
' r ),.. relief demanded In the Com-
plaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
at Miami, Ltette County, Ptoc-1
this 21st day of November. 1981.
B. It. LF1> THERM AN
Clerk of saia Circuit Court
i ) By v P. COPELAND
l>e.jut. Clerk
11/24. 12/1-8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. $1C 12325
'. V I Wl' l.l is .! -.
Plaintiff,
J.wrE CHRISTINE WILLIAMS.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
vi>r. .ianii: CHRISTINE Wil-
liams*, c/o Mrs Thomas, 141*
MARKS CHl'Rili ROAD, AUtlUSTA,
1 V are notified ti serve a cops ol
1 iur answer to Divorce Complaint
' led against vou on Plaintiff's attor-
n-y, OEOROK NICHOLAS, l-'l^ N.W
Itl St., Miami. I-*!a. .in.I file original
with Clerk of this Court on or before
' !'.">2. othe.:-l~- complaint will
1 mfessed bv v ou.
OATED November 27. IML
K B. LIOATIII- KMAN. Clerk
I>ade Count. Circuit Cmirt
i -I) Ry: HELP'S KES8I.BR,
beput.. Clerk
u 1-S-1.-.-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 11857
SHERMAN P. BATTS.
I'laintilf,
CARRIE BATTS,
I ?fendaat.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V(r. CARRIE BATTS. (address
unknown) are herebj notified to serve
copy of your Answer to divorce
' >mplaint filed against you on the
'i das ..f Nbvember, i6L b> the
''laintlffs attorney, Oakley O. Smith.
l N.W. First Avenue, Miami, Flor-
i In
File original wttn Clerk of this
' -'in on or before the Mth das -'
her, 1981, otherwise I'omplaln'
HI be taken i i ml wed b) yo I.
B. I'. LK v 1'HERMAN
lerk or -aid rcull Court
Oeputv Clerk
* 11/84, 12 1-8-1 -
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE C PC- T COURT C'THE
ELEVENTH JLOCIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA NA\DfOfl?A3E
COl-N""^ IN C-- \.'ERi
Nj SIC 13146
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NOTICE Oc SLIT
l'{>: El.l'/.AL ;
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w -i. ;: \- I
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-: r ed .4 : --. full III the Cll
i'..-,r f thi ludlctal I
... u Liade. County to for,
,.. i ii ir'.g u the foil ivs ur;
I. b d r
I..,- i K1RST Al 1>I I'lON
T< l MYRTLE liR' VK .....'dl to
: V -i -'. .....I Ii i'lal
E!...... "7 al i' 2 l' bl Records
ide i nts Fl i
v.. ; i i t.i file your :m-
>u,.r to pis m :iint with the
: he ii esald 'o r( I
.....ve ips .:'! upon plain
... MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor
I .,...-,, | illdlng, Mla nl '-.
Florida, n 't later than Jai iars I'.
. r :i l ''"' I ''' Conl m a ill
be entered igainsts
i. ited i ii i -mber '. IMI
I LLATHKKMAN
Clerk ol the < 'trcull :ourt
taeal) Bj K M. LYM v\
Deput> C'eik
MARTIN FINK
Attorney for Plaintiff
.! ; nor lads ft ral Build
Miami 32, Florida
12 I --- -*. I .1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. S1C '3075
i:sti:i.li: M VA'ESferON,
Plaintiff,
HENRTHITOO WEB80S,
l tefendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
HENRI HI GO WKSS. iv
Residence I'nkonwn.
Y ,u a.e herebj notified that a com-
nlalnt for divorce has ben filed
:,-..., ... n the above styled court
,.; RSTELLE M. WESSON, and you
, ..."\.- .. COpJ oi > our
III
th, .-lerk of the above styled cart on
or before the i-r. daj of J&nuurj'
IM2 therwi** Judgment bj .1- ^.iit
will t.e taken against you for the
r, || .f lem inde-l In the co.....
6th day ol December.
lM1* k. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk ol t'lrcult < 'o
Hi K M i.V.man.
beput) Clerlcij s.,-...._...,
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HIVES thai
the undersigned, desiring to enga
lesa mderthe fictitious names o
Cnoelos barbkh shop. pww-
,AI. BARBL'R SHOP at R801 8.1*.
Mtk "la-. Miami. FlorWa.intends ;;
register -aid names with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dade Count>,
norldl- AMonip vAi.nivA
Sole Owner
SKTHI'U KARUCK
Vtt,rne for Applicant
3101 Blscayne Blvd. u/f^ ,,,..,-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD ClAL C'RCLIT OF
FLORIDA l\ AMD FOS DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 525:
Vli H.A \'l 'KK -
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ro: CuNNI
Yo|- ARE HEREII I X' >TIK ::: i
,i Complulnl ha i^ali
sou VU 'L.\ Mi-KLi.s. and th
fore, i ou ari retji Ireil to file i
.\ nnss-ei Itti the > 'lei k of thi
and serve :> there il -
ALFRED KREISI ER v for
Plaintiff, 500 Mnsle Building
ami 32, Florida, "ii or before
da) ol Januai). i *.. >l hera i I -
i i... i *r. i i '.mi;. .--. ui I !' en
agulnsl ^.'i
HATKii this Sth daj ..f I.......ber,
1961,
E B. t.KATHKKMAN
' erk of the (ircult Co irt
(seal) Bj K. M LYMAN,
!..lit* <'lerk
ALFRED KREISLER
Attol iie\ lor I'l.iinuu
:.'..i Alnsli} Building
Miami 32, Florida
lr 13-22-29, l -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 13147
HOLLAR BAVINOS BANK OF THE
CITY or NEW YORK, a Ne York
corporation.
Plaintiff,
\ s.
CLAYTON l. \vi H !';:. et al,
Defendants.
To: CLAYTON L. Wl ILFE in I
.1 CAN N KTTI: V W( >LKK
24 Hart Street
(*ohoes. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
,i .-uii has been brought against yoi
by DOLLAR BAV1NOS BANK 01
THE CITY OF NEW YORK, In thi
above-entitled Court, to oryclose i
mortgage encumbering the followln<
described property, to-wlt:
Lot T. Block -'.. CORAL WAY VIL-
LA* IE. SECTION "A", PART :..
according to the phtt thereof, re-
corded In PI n Book 'I'. at page IT.
of the public records of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida:
Together with:
Venetian blinds:
i uric b ii ..\.--i and range units
CWMCX and BR-4 w cabinets
and you are required to file your an-
swer with th.- Clerk of the Circuit
Court of D.cie County, Florida, a: the
Courthouse in Miumi, Florida, on ..i
t.er,,re Januars l, !:>- and to < i
a cop. of such unswer upon oavIi'
I' CATS.si.sN. PlalntlfCs attorney.
who.-.- addrest Is 14th Floor at l1
FJast Flagler str--t. Miami 82, Flor-
ida, bs required i>> the Laws of Fior-
da. ii i .ii fall to do .-.>. the com-
plaint will be t:ik.-n as confessed >
v..ii .un! a Decree Pro Confeso will
iie entered against yon for the
detn inde I In the c implalnt,
DATED thi. 8th daj of D i
1961.
i: B. l.EATHERMAN
i 'lerk of t1 I 'Ircult Court
l8ea|i By: K. M LYMAN,
i leputs lerk
I>.\\ ID P CATSMAN
nth Floor at i"i Ii. ilagler St.
Miami !2. IWIdft. lvti-ta-9. If*
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the mi.i.i--n.il. di'Hirlnu to ig -. in
lliiill llldei the i Ictli nanu
sih IRE B SKFIRV .,- 2.-.IH s v.
sn. y. un Plu > int. i- to r-i
.... ilth the Cli
I 'il. Il 'OU I llf I ,,! .
Ida
I ,\ M BAKERY C< I
Its : BellJ'iiiun I .-', r
flE< iRi !:. A S1FJ.S ,\ RITTER
Attol n -\.- I-. a .1 .
' In irporuti m
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IN THE CIRCUIT COLT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'N ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
Nj. 6IC
RICH S RD .11 IHN W( M.KS I'FXI
Rial!
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i-.1SI7I.i.a Wl iLFSTELLI
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO C1ISELLA WliLFsTELLEH
|- I. 1/..1 1679
i lua a.iuii. Ecuador
YOI'ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. A copj of >
Answer must be r
I attorney, .lnSKi'H W MA1.EK, l"7
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Ftorl I i
im.i file the original In the offii
the Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt In and
for 11 itle l 'onni s Florida n be
' i the t-'i'i 'i ly ol iii
Herein fail not [I
t gaIn > I I ''
lief pr i \ ed for in the Coi
I VT1 ID this Sth da> il ei
' ifii it \'i, R. a< i >
i id i
: LE VTHF'RM V N
Clerk
K. M LYM vN
Depul
12 S
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal noticeg.
We appreciate ycrui
patronags azd guarantee,
accurate service at legal
rates .
nua in 3-1005
ior messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE i HF:RF:B GIVEN that
the undi engage in
i i > 111 i i i
THE i- VINT r AC .' >UY >F l-"i. IR
IDA ul 4618 E. 10 Com His
Inten i register hald name with
the i 'lei k of th* lit Courl i >a l
Plain ii
BFN VMIN I LE Bi >F'F
:: VI.BERT
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I (:. W r ... SI Ml iml
IJ -22-29
H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE i- HEREBY <:iv F.P
I ,eslrlng to engage In
. ...|. the flctitlou
the
business
tint
in
of
TllxIR PRINTING ink MWI SCP-
, ir its IM N.W J9th Ave, Ml-
NOT'CE OF A PPL -VT.CN
FOR TAX DEED
File S2239
NOTICE is i i ''
O S'"gl
..; -I VI ||
Ortll iitef numl --; f0
1..1- IJI", A I' I1
has fil. i I '
it lun for >
i .-. thi n In
I a s -n! -
.. i Pr
;n [hide Coilnl Stal >l F i. I
Lot '. Block ::'.. Twelfth Street i
Plal Bn ik :. Page I
City ol
State ol blorlda, > embi ai ed In
(-.. |ft, ate No T '" The .i-- .--
men) >f said property un ler the
.. Mil .- 11f'os te Issued was ii
name ..i I'nknown.
l...t 10 I---.- s Bl re B ick 1,
M irk's Subdivision., Plat Book I
Page I'v in the Cltj "f Miami. I'
tv ..i Dade, Btate ol Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No I"7"
The assessment ot nald pn>perts
under the said certificate Issued
i- in the name of I'nknown.
I'nl.-s. said certificates shall lie re-
leemed according to law, tax I i
will Issue thereon on the 27th day of
December. A.11 I96L
I>i-e.i this 21st day if Novenibe-
A.D. 1961.
E >:. LEATHERMAN
Clerk Clrcbll Court.
I. trie i' "inn Ml n I
(seal) Bv R. M LEEPER,
I leputj Tier1.
11/24, 12 '1-8-1 --"-
notice: under
fictitious name law
NOT GIVEN thlt
d I ngage I n
i i
I VYT 'V IN 'ERN ''..
. \ W l: v
tend l
iun of Dade
i' .-
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tVARD
Vttoine:
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NOT ; L NOSR
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. thai
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V( IN /.ASI.-T ..
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40" Llm
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undertdg l. I di ng l --;.-:e in
business indei the fictitious i...i-:e of
HAIDUCK APAR ["MENTS it 850 U I
v.'.l' Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach,
egl i wiih the hi Circuit Court
oi Dadi County. Kloi
ABRAH VM HAIDUCK
ADELINE H aiihi'K
SAM I EL HIDI'CK
BERTHA HAIDUCK
Ki iVNER .<. M VNNHE1MER
Attorneys for Halduck Apartments
11/21. I-. 1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUOOk'8 COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA 'N PROBATE
No 542M-B
IN RE: Estate of
RRI UNA BRE1TMART
'notice to CREDITORS
ro All Creditor, and All Persons Hav-
ng Claims or Demands A^ain.-t Said
Estate:
Y..M a"e beseby notified and re-
riuirAd to present any Claims and de-
nands which vou may have agalns'
he estate of REOINA BREITBART.
Iwe.ised late of l>ade County. Flor-
in, to the County Judges of Ha.l.
oiin'v. and file the same In dupllcati
ind as provided In Section 733.16
'lorlda Statute-, in their offices ir
he County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ts Fl irlda, within si\ calendar
months from* the tme of the first
publication hereof, or the same wll
be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this i''"
I ij hi November A.II. I'-ll
! RuBERT BREITBART
BERNARD B. BREITBART
As Co-Adminlstrat
EDO vi; LEWIS
Vtt"ine> for the I'state of
RFGINA BREITBART, d
1823 dul'ont Bldg., Miami F"fl .
11/M. 12/1-8-1..
iml
wll '' '" "
, .rt of Hi le C intj I
: RS i' !' 'RB '
a Owner
[,EON VR' '- v '
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12,8-l.-.-22-29
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DAOE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 61C 12174
ELINOR I/H'ISE STEIN,
Plaintiff,
GEORGE SAMUEL STEIN,
Helen.lant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOC. GEORGE SAMUEL STEIN,
4667 Brj/an St., Apt. L Dallas G. rex-
as arc notified to serve a copj
your answer to Divorce .-ompiauit
hied against you on Plaintiff's attor-
nes GEORGE NICHOLAS. 1218 NVi
7th St Miami. III. and file original
with Clerk of this Court on or be
Jnnuan v 1962. otherwise c in plalni
will i> mfessed '^ you.
DATED December 1. B>61.
r B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
,.,. ,|, Bv: HELEN KESSLER
Ivputy Clerk
12/8-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54494
IN P.i.i Estate of
VIVIAN ANNA RACE, formerly
ANNA GERSTEIN,
Het-ease.1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of VIVIAN ANNA PACE,
formerlv ANNA GERSTEIN. d--
.eased late of Hade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provide.! i'i Section 733.16, Florida
statutes, in their office* In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Hade County, Flor-
in... within six oalendar n mths from
ihe time of the first publication here-
.,!". ,.' the same will be barred.
Dated it Miami. Florida, th... 27th
dav oi November, v.D. 19
ALFRED Z \-y<-r
a.- Executor
CHF7REN ffOLOBN
Attorneys for Executor
iii.i," >i> m.ii.i Building
Miami 32, Fl "iJ.t
12/8
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U OICI AL Cl RCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLOR DA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 12429
JANICE GAIL MILLEN,
Pis lit c.
v .-.
MARVIN ARDELL Mil,I.EN.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, MARVIN VRDELL MILLEN.
Pettj- Officer, 2i I Class, United States
Navy, Naval Air Facility, Severn
Rive:. Annapolis, Mar>land, are no-
tified to serve a copj ol your Answer
to Divorce Complaint Hied against
vou on Plaintiffs attorney, GEORGE
NICHOLAS, 1218 N.W 7 St., Miami,
Fla., and file original with Clerk of
i!ii> c...irt on or before -> December,
IMI, otherwise complain! v>iil be con-
fessed by vou.
DATED, Nov. 17. 1961.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
i 'lerk ol s nl Clri ult Court
(seal) By: C. L. ALEXANDER,
Deputy Clerk
ii 24, 12/1-8-15
NOTICE OF SALE
MISS BAB.' LAKE
c .. The i 'ornlsh Arms
',11 W. 23rd street
New York C ty, New Y '-.
You are hereb) notified that the
Bombaj Ho el I i bj virtue of a
Landlord's Lien tordance with
the laws ol the State of Florida, will
sell the following Items, to*wlt
2 mink .-Mies
1 RCA TV set
1 Table Model Radio
I Record Player
7 Dresses
i: Pair ol i a.ii.-- Slai ks
.'. Bathing Suits
4 I'air ..f Shoes
The sale will b.- held on January 2,
1962, at |i> A.M at the Bombay Ho-
tel, at 69th and Collins Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach. Florida.
TALIANOFP, WALLER* LIT.VIAN
Attorney- tor Bombay Hotel
I2l> Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
12/1-8-17.-22
'Beatnik Wife' Dance
"Beatnik N'ite" will be the theme
of a dance sponsored by Temple
Ner Tamid Young Adults on Sun-
day, 9 p.m.. a; the Temple. Special
features will include a Twist con-
test and prizes for the. most origi-
nal dancing. Music will be by
Walter Goodman and his band. In-
vited are young adults between 21
and 39.
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DECIDE NO'W TO JOIN

6W 5W J&^
WHO KA.VE ALREADY CHOSEN BURIAL ESTATES I2ST
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET MO 1-7693
Miami's oldest and finest exclusively Jewish Cemetery and Mausoleum
..'
Too many people intend to select a family burial site
"someday," but never get around to it until they are
faced with an emergency. This means making a hasty
decision under great emotional stress and hasty
decisions are seldom the best ones. That's why you'll be
so wise to join the thousands of other esteemed Jewish
families who have already made the decision that will
lighten the burden so much, when loved ones are left a$one.
Their selection of Mount Nebo, Miami's oldest and finest
Jewish Cemetery, has been made after the same con-1
sidered investigation and thought that you would devote I
to selecting insurance or making a will.
Like them, you too will find so many reasons why
beautiful Mount Nebo can be your only choice.
Mount Nebo's Perpetual Care Fund
NOW EXCEEDS $150,000
Admini.-tcred by The First National Bank of Miami, which
act* a- it- tru-tee. this steadily increasing fund is the
largest "f it- kind owned by any Jewi-h Cemetery in
Florida. Every rent i* devoted to the upkeep and beautifi-
cation of Mount Nebo's grounds. To you this means
owning a burial estate in surroundings that will always
be maintained with parklike beauty and perlection.
MOUNT NEBO IS SO CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
Whether vou use your own car or depend on public
tran-portatiun. Mount Nebo i? easily accessible.
MOI NT NEBO IS SO WELL-ESTi^LlSHED
Miami'- oldest exclusively Jewish cemetery, has foi years,
been a place of solace, inspiration and beauty.
BIRIU ESTATES CANNOT BE TAXED
can they be -<' for debt, They are non-
assessable, lien tnd j idgment-proof.
A FlW.l'oiYV PLAN
provid*:- burial pr< lection Ux the enl ly. It is
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