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The Jewish Floridian ( December 22, 1961 )

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' "{Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volur:.e 34 — Number 51 Miami, Florida, Friday, December 22, 1961 Two Sections Price 20? ISSUE BOILING TO VOTE UN Ponders Refugee Debate as Golda Meir Reports Israel's Stand URGE DIRECT NEGOTIATIONS PAGE 7-A UNITED NATIONS-*JTA -The General Assembly's special politic! i nimi'tee. which has thus far debated the Arab refugee issue here for 17 sessions, decided this week to bring the issue to a vote Tuesday. An evening session previously scheduled was called off bj the group's chairman, Yordan Tchobanov, of Bulgaria. Two resolutions, plus an amendment o one of the drafts, are beresolution, introduced by Pakistan, fore the committee. The first resoIndonesia and Afghanistan, would lution, presented by the United 'reconstitute" the Palestine ConSi ate', requests the Palestine Conciliation Commission by enlarging ciliaticn Commission to "intensify" it to five members. The PCC conit~ efforts toward possible implesists now of three members—the: ons of a single paragraph United States, France and Africa, in a long 1943 Assembly resolution. The second resolutlon scheduled Contrary to Arab insistence, that only one sub-clause of that 1946 document be implemented, calling for "repatriation" of the refugees to Israel and their compensation by Israel, the U.S. draft mentions also the alternatives of resettlement of the refugees and their possible integration into the general Middle East economy. v i-nendment to the American for a ballot was introduced by eight African state-, six from Latin America and the Netherlands representing other West Europeans, calling upon the Arab states and, Israel to open direct negotiations toward passible solution of all their disputes, including the retu .. e problem In the debate Monday morning. Muhammad Ngileruma. of Nigeria, Continued on Paqe lt-A CHAJtGfD WITH 'CWRENCr SPtCUlATION' Another Orthodox Jew Sentenced by Red Chiefs LONDON—(JTA)—A 52-year-oid Orthodox Jew was sentenced to death by a Soviet court in Tiflis. the capital of Soviet Georgia, on charges of "currency speculation," according to reports received here t iis week from Moscow. Results Vary In Battle Over Yule in School The defendant was Mordekhai A. Kakiashvili. who was not identified as Jewish, but Soviet press acj counts of the trial made it clearly evident he was a Jew. The Soviet press reports said that during pretrial investigation he declined to sign a statement cf interrogation on a Saturday. The Zasya Vostoka. a Georgian newspaper, also quoted i him as saying: "Today I cannot, .. I do it tomorrow. You understand." NEW YORK (JTA) — Both \ ictories and defeats were report • i this week from various school 'stricts in the annual struggle ot Jewish communal relations ageni ies to win elimination or at least emphasis of Christmas pro'-•ams in public schools.The Hartsdate Board of Education in Westchester rejected a request from a group of residents for permission to build a Nativity ene on the lawn of the Central Avenue School. Last October, the school board voted to give away a -his week in Paris to make i vigceche owned by the school disC rou< protesl to the Soviet Emtrict because "the propriety of the bassy aga f n • H •wier-hip and utilization by a Mos ol ''" Usn -ehool district of a sectarian relireligio a; -ymbot is subject to quesCRIF d after a lengthy Lon." The creche had "been dis|| scuss ion : delegation to yedjrt the school grounds for 20 .,.,, :;;.,..,.; Embassj ; %  > n:ee! SerThe news followed reverts of death sentences recently imposed on Orthodox Jews in Lenir.irad on similar charges. Observers here suggested that the trials and sentences might represent a new Soviet approach toward getting rid of Jewish religious lay leaders under th guise of charges unrelated to the real Soviet objective. CRIF. the representative organization ol French .lew.-, decided Adolf s Lawyer PRIME MINISTER NEHRU super-humanitarian EDITORIAL VIEW Goa's Gone; Israel Was Far Different As late as on his recen; "good will" tour of the United States and protra.-ied talks with President Kennedx at the White House. India's super-hijinanitarian Prime Minister Nehru told a Wash ington correspondent that .iiplomatic recognition of Israel continues to remain "out A the question" for his government — espec.ally in the shadow of Israel's "inexcus able" role in the Sinai-Suez campaign of 1956. India's super-humanitarian Prime Minister Nehru this .veek sent his planes, troops, and artillery crashing and screaming into Goa. In a matter of hours, these fprcecrushed the small Portugese colony. The Nehru government exilains it all as "the further liberation of the people ot ndia." Now that Goa's gone, the best reaction to Mr. Nehru Continued on Page 3 A COURT READS VERDICT PAGE 6-A GERMAN OFFICIALS APPROVE PAt 12-A JERUSALEM— (JTA)—Counsel for Adclf Eichmann. sentenced here by the District Court last Friday to hanging for crimes against the Jewish people and crimes against humarity. filed notice Sunday of an appeal to the Israel Supreme Court. The notice was filed by Dieter Wechtenbruch. assistant to the .•hief of Eichmann's defense. Dr. j ilobert Servatius. The latter re urned to Germany immediaiely after the sentencing. Wechtenbnich told the Jewish Tel graphic Agency he ha.re quested an extension cf 15 (!;.; s I : I 'iling the defense reasons fo r the appeal against the court's judg i > mert and sentence. Dr. Servatius | he said, will be hack here bel ; the end of the month for the finalization of the formal appeal Meanwhile. Eichmann. aa coni vict facing death instead ol mere prisoner awaiting trial and sentence, has been transferred 1 'ram the jurisdiction ct the pclicc i to the care of the governments 1 orisor. administration. The convict is now in an Israeli prison, occupying a single cell, wearing regulation prison costume instead of civilian garb. His cell contains a bed, table, chair and drinking water. He will be denied contact with other prisoners but will be permitted to take a walk every day. Both Dr. Servatius and Wcchten-1 bruch told newspapermen here. j after the sentencing, that Etch-, mann had expected the verdict he heard as well as the sentence. "It i was no surprise to him." said Dr. Servatius before he left for Ger many. not expect to rejoin again as a free man." Dr. Servatius praised the conduct of the trial here, declaring it Former Nazi NATO General Center of Storm By Special Report NEW YORK—The career of West ian Gen. Adolf Heusinger was characterized this week by the American Jewish Congress as "typified at best by a brutal and opportunistic amorality." But the Congress dissociated itseli from the demand by the Soviet Lnion that Heusinger be extradited to Moscow to stand trial for war crimes and crimes against peace and humanity. "The duplicity of Soviet Russia's attack on Gen. Heusinger is transparent in the light of the warm welcome the U.S.S.R. has given other Naxi generals who have lent themselves to Soviet purposes," Julian Freeman, chairman of the international affairs commission of the American Jewish Congress, declared. Ambassador's Ball to End Glittering Israel Bond Year The American Jewish Congress statement supported an editorial in the Nov. 15 issue of the Protes Alter" aU7he himself dWl 1 *"* magazine. "Christian Centuhis family I rv that descnbed Gen Heusinger as a "liability" to the democratic cause and that urged the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to "drop him" as Chairman of the NATO Military Representative Committee. Freeman said the American Jewish Congress had previously refrained from commenting on Gen. Heusinger's key position in NATO 'onlv because we were aware that Continued on Page 2-A Continued on Page 9-A peart, prior to last Christmas. In heavily Jewish Essex County of New Jersey, the local Community Relations Council reported that sueobservances wer* Confined on Page 8-A vi Vinogradov, the Soviet Ambassa( J France. The delega. t.on plans to call the attention of i the envov to the "anxiety the. trials and imprisonment have. Continued on Page 12-A The 1961 Ambassador's Ball will lie held under the patronage of Ambassador Mordekhai Shneerson. Ambassador of Israel to Mexico and Central America, and Florida Gov. Earns Bryant. The Ball will be held Wednesday evening at the Fontainebleau hotel. Joining with Ambassador Shneerson and Gov. Bryant will be Mrs. Shneerson and Mrs. Eryant, as well as a host of noted figures from the world of arts, letters, government and civic endeavors. Among the guests who will join in the festivities are members of the consular corps of Greater Miami, who will be escorted by members of the Ambassador's corps of hosts. The distinguished representatives of foreign governments will he formally presented to the Governor and the Ambassador m a ceretnonj of state. Ambassador Shneerson is one >l Israel's most noted diplomats Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond "anization. pointed out that "A bassador Shneerson's patronage • the Ball is particularly appropriate in vie w of the recent PanAmerican Friends of Israel ('. Will Tour." which was clim at a reception for the group of touring Miami leaders by the AmContinued on Page 7-A GOV. BRTANT joins ambassadors



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Page 2-A *Jfwisfi ncridfiaiin Friday. December 22. Eichmann's Lawyer Files Notice of Appeal Continued from Page 1-A was "a great spiritual achievement." He expressed the opinion that the Eichmann trial was juridically a greater achievement than the Nuremberg War Crimes trials in 1946, when he acted as defense counsel for some oi the leading Nazi w ar criminals. Wechtenbruch said "the first time I saw Eichmann, I felt he would be hanged." Like he declared also that '•Eichmann received a fair trial throughout." He answered "yes" to a questi in as to whether a German court would have convicted Eichmann under the same evidence adducted at the trial here. One objection raised by D:\ Servatiu* was to the refusal b> Israel's Attorney General Gideon Hausner. chief prosecutor in the Rabbis Alexander S. Gross (left), principal of the Hebrew Eichmann case, to the release ol Academy, presents a plaque to Maurice Revitz, honored the book ot memoirs written b\ -.:uest, at the 14th annual banquet of the Hebrew Academy Eichmann since he was imprisoned 6 j ii%  R D 'wre Dr Servatius said tie wouid Sunday evening. Looking on is Mrs. Revitz. iere t/r iW u 1,000 Attend Colorful Hebrew Academy Dinner have submitted the book to the tence against Eichmann win court, but tor Hausner*? rejection! ol his request to obtain the manuscript. — never ). %  cai I out fj, a( 1 Some 1.000 guests gathered Sun day at the Deauville hotel to attend ihe 14th annual buiLmg dinner of t'-.e Hebrew Academy in honor ot .Maurice RevitX, chairman of the school's executive committee, for his "dedicated service and devohOfl ti the American Jewish community and to the State of Israel Toastmaster was Mayor Shepard Broad, of Bay Harbor. Leonard Rosen, co-chairman of the affair and chairman of the Academy's building committee, announced that LONG-DISTANCE MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New fork Mew W ley, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Boston — all other points. Uirt L JE B-B353 M. lleberman & Sons \ 655 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH RETURN LOAD RATES more than 5300.000 has been raised "in pledges for the new building. and plans are being ma e to reach the campaign's million dollar g tal in the next 30 days. B. I. Binder, president of the school, thanked the community "for recognizing the vital role the Hebrew Acaoemy has played in the cc.tural and educational development of the community." Vice Mayor Mai Englander greeted guests on behalf ot the City (i Miami Beach, and expressed the "pride of the Miami Beach community in witnessing the erection of the new Hebrew Academy." A citation oi appreciation to RevitZ was presented by Rabbi Alexander S Gross, principal Musical program was rendered by Cantor Abraham Seit. of Kneseth !.-r:iel Congregation, and Napoleon Keed. The evening was opened with an invocation by Lee Rosenhouse; a blessing over the I read by Mark Revitz; and Grace by Mark Safra. Benediction was by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple Menorah Greetings on behalf of the 320 students were extended by Michael Gewitz, an eighth grade student. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, executive director of the school, closed the t^er.inu Sen Wayne Morse, of Oregon was unable to attend. Loui> Merwitzer. chairman ot the arrangements committee, led the procession composed of distinguished community leaders here to the dais. Members of the committee, in I addition to Merwitzer. were Charles, Charkowsky. Samuel Reinhard. ( Harry Genet. Irving Firtel. Oscar Member. Sol Goldman. Maurice Goldring. Maurice RevitZ, Leonard. 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The assistant defense counsel said I'.ich mann's bo tk conta • "no criticism oi Israel whatsoet er." Th* ap=eai to tho Israel Supreme Court it filed early nsxt month, eeiHMt result in a high tribunal ruling before about March, since the high court will have to study not only the entire 300-page final judgment and sentence, but also the lengthy rocord of the trial itself which lasted exactly four months, from Apr. 11 to Aug. 11. According to law, the appeal must be heard by a minimum of three members of the Supreme Court and, in any case, by an odd number of justices. Dr. Servatius said upon his ar rival id Cologne Sundav from Jerusalem that In his opinion it is ten to one" that the death sends appeal, he will tsr tel court's j ,7 ~ Eichmann, • man's apprebensi m -jidnafjun-mB?rts Atre?; awi^ pr >< • lural faults | %  • %  t:u l( self. 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fiiday. December 22, 1961 vJenisli FhrBdISain Page 3-A AN EDITORIAL VIEWPOINT Goa's Gone, Mr. Nehru Continued from Page I A is: "Ah. go on." This lime, his sanctimoniousness, even of a more precious variety than in the cast' ol Israel, indeed assure.ihe fad that he is going on — removed from the pulpit of his preachment to Other nations and other leaders and supported, main ly, by Mr. Khrushchev and To What better support lor a "neutral" to put the lie to his neutrality.' Frilly Aprons Sent in Mail The mail this week will bring a frilly apron to those who have made plans to attend the Mt. Sinai Hospital gala to remind them the date is Saturday al the Fontainebleau. Mrs Ben Novaek and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes. chairmen of ,n e event, say "this is only the first of many surprises awaiting guests at the hospital's first ball."' Discussing Combined Jewish Appeal campaign plans here are (left to right) Herschel Rosenthal, vice chairman of the finence Division; Edward M. Eisenberg, vice chairman of the Furniture and Appliances group; Dr. Carl Baumann,, vice JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire chairman of Dentists; Ronald Alpert, vice chairman of the Manufacturing croup; and Robert Schockett. 6,000 Technical Experts Walk Out in Israel Strike Taxpayers Elect Greene President me (i Greene has been elect;i lent Tor 1962 of the Miami I h Taxpayers' Assn.. succeed1 Robed A. Peterson, who will :".ic on the board. Vice presidents are William T. 1 ,,k II, Godfrey Perell. r.irk* I k. B, Bayard Strell and Henry 1 Wolff, secretary; Sara Dee l owjtz, <_'. L. Clements, jr. tKasurer. directors include Ben Batt -. Dennis P. Clum. Ted E ( • David Fonton. Norman (lil I ii inert S. Gimbel. Dr. Jack A (.(ti.house. Nathan Gumenick, P..:; Marko. jr.. .lack S. Popick. ^ in E. Rubin, Paul Seiderman, ( Carl K Shaw, and Myron 11 V .-.>n. i -iid trustees are Jack A. ;;. (Jeore J. Bertnian. Mrs. Ulie Buswell, John B Denvir. jr 5 • I Friedland, I)r Leonard 11. ,'. c^bson. Ritter Levinson. Louis ids, Max Orovitz. E. Albert it. Dr. Kurt Peiser, Frank > athers, jr.. Senator Andrew J. • ; Mrs Rose Weiss, and Col. hell Wolfson. %  an attorn* y is a graduHarvard Universitj and a 1 : %  special deputy attornej ral tor the State ot New York • .1 member ol the executive 't the American Jewish ttee, of the regional hoard r. r *.DL. and of the board "t gov' i'l 1 ill' m ai< >i w.liu JcW Federation. is also a member of the t board of governors and past i Udenl ol ih Y rida Sta < %  FedBon of R'nai B'rith Lodges He '• currently serving avice chair1 %  q of the Metro Comniittee ol the ( overnment Resear ?"uncll of "e Miami-Dade County Chamber oi Commerce, and is a member of •he national arbitration panel of the American Arbitration Assn. Newsman to be Speaker Hendrik J Herns, of the Miami News, will he featured speaker at a regular monthly brunch ol the Brotherhood <>l Temple Beth SI10lom on Sunday morning, 10:30 a.m., in the Temple auditorium. David Drucker is brotherhood president. lack Wagner, program chairman, said lhat Kerns will speak on "Is There Any Hope for Democracy JNF Executive Visiting Here Judge Henry Ellenbogen. ol New York, has arrived in Miami Beach tor a two-week stay. Leon J. Ell. president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Grcater Miami, said this week that Judge Ellenbogen will address a JNF executive board meeting and speak at a Foundation luncheon meeting during Ins stay here. Judge Ellenbogen IS in charge ol JNF Foundation affairs in New 'i oik. New Jersey, and Pennsyl\ ania. TEL AVIV — An 11-hour marathon bargaining session collapsed Tuesday morning, and 6.000 salaried engineers, agronomists, and chemists walked oil their jobs in public institutions and government offices. The Engineers Union, which has been bargaining for higher wages for several months, met Mondaj night with officials of the government and Histadrut, Israel's Labor Federation, in last ditch talks. The engineers have claimed that the wage gap between them and com mon laborers had been narrowed b\ a recent general increase for the laborers. A committee set up by the Histadrut recommended a small increase in engineers' wa/jes, but the engineers rejected the proposal, demanding as a minimum a 16 percent increase. Only essential work in the defense and a lew other agencies was permitted to continue. Representatives of a teachers' union meanwhile called a meeting for Thursday to decide whether to call a strike in support of their demands for an increase in wages. A meeting was to be held Wednes day between teachers representatives, and the directors -general ol Ihe Finance and Education .Ministries will decide whether the demands can be met FOUNTAIN DESK PEN SET • For writing comfort and efficiency • Full choice of point Kl vies • Perfect for home or ollice Mt. 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Page 4-A +Je*i$t Meridian Friday, December 22, \%\ N EXTREMELY *Je wi sh Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday riw WtTlw !" j.*2!£J** ma at 10 N R Sixth Str.-rt. Miami I, Florida. Second -Cias* Postal Paid at 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. or English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridian doex not cuarantM the Kaahrutb of the merchandise advertised In its %  uluinn-'. S U*6% CRIPTION RATES: Local Area Three Years $10.00 One Year $5 00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 51 Friday. December 22. 1961 15 Tebet 5722 Philosopher's Viewpoint Ncled Israel philosopher Merlin Buber has been quite the intellectual lege during the past few years. His ccceptcr.ee on the world's college campuses, among other things, borders on the adulation accorded the latest best-selling novelist, the most lecent dance craze, or the height in iashion. This is unusual acceptance fo a philosopher of any kind — and for a contemporary philosopher ct that. One explanation lies in the fact that Prof. Buber is a living exponent of existentialism, the belief almost always found in the kind of fiction and verse conducive to popular consumption today. Refined to its abstract elements, Buber's philosophy is thus a cogent statement of the existential principles which many "thinking" persons presumably espouse in our time. Especially for this reason, his statement about the Eichmann verdict found itself emblazoned in worldwide headlines within hours after Prof. Buber made it In brief. Prof. Buber is opposed to capital punishment, and seems determined to file a personal appeal of the sentence. It is not uncommon for great men at least nominally to be in the vanguard of even greater moments in history. By this, we do not mean the men related to shaping the moments, but rather persons of eminence in intellectual and artistic endeavor, who spontaneously identify with critical events generally unrelated to their more immediate interests as an exuberant affirmation of their concern for the world about them. Prof. Buber's statement on capital punishment seems to be a sincere attempt on his part to apply the elements of his philosophy to the world in which he lives — to emerge horn the abstract into the real in an efiort to test the validity of the abstract. This has always been the dilemma of the prophet of morality, whose beliefs are noble, but who is himself destroyed when he brings 1hem to play in the acid of human existence. Bertrcnd Russell's recent comments on nuclear testing aie a case in point, which in the bitter realities of the East-West cold war, leave the renowned British philosopher-logician bereft cf all practical sense. Linus Pauling, the Nobel Prize-winning American physicist, if not a Communist sympathizer as some charge, is another example of the intellectual left without a shred of practical support in behalf of the beliefs he espouses in fields of thinking unrelated to his real skill. Does all this mean that Martin Buber is wrong in urging clemency for Adolf Eichmann —that he is an ivory tower dreamer, whose comment should be considered amusing and then ignored? Not really. But neither can it be a realistic vanguard of opposition to the verdict. Prof. Buber may rightly regard all considerations germane to practicality as beneath him in the matter of shaping his moral imperatives, but in the real world of existence, existentialism is after all philosophy. Ctocooia TWRS vy panopy of unofficial diplomatic activity, which should add to the excitement of a happy social event. But the most important thing of a'l will be the bonds sold during the past season — the investment funds from which are now at Israel's disposal in the young nation's battle to achieve economic independence. A Rash of Court Suits This time of year always brings a rash of suits filed by irate parents over the infraction of the separation of church and state principle in the nation'3 public schools. Christmas observances in the schools, these parents believe, more rightly belong at home and in the church. The Supreme Court of the United States is now in the process of studying a case involving one of these suits. On the basis of the forthcoming opinion, school boards throughout the land will be em.boldened or discouraged in their ongoing and blatant violation of a U.S. constitutional principle. • • • • the week as i see it anxious i by LEO MINDLIN %  %  I'.-: II The Israel Bond Season The glittering Ambassador's Ball next Wednesday will bring to a conclusion the Israel Bond drive's current season in Greater Miami. Bond leaders can point to many successes in the bond campaign — successes that have made Miami outstanding in the nalion in this field of endeavor in behalf of Israel. As in the past, the ball will unfold in a A Successful Campaign The United Fund of Dade County has made it. As of early this week, UF announced it had achieved 52,711,925, a sum only fractionally short of its 1961 goal of $2,798,925. Fund officials expect that the momentum of the drive will bring the campaign over the top within the next few days. Thus ends Dade county's latest humanitarian endeavor for the support of 39 life-giving agencies. This successful effort is even more noteworthy than the statistics indicate on their face, for it follows on the heels of the UF campaign last year that brought South Florida to the low point of its philanthropic sense. All of which augurs well for the Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami, whose 1962 campaign opened on Friday. Greater Miami Jewry also must gird itself to pull out of the downward spiral of its previous campaign. And this is already well on the way to achievement by virtue of CJA's current mobilization in behalf of many local, national, and overseas health, welfare and Israeli causes. But the most important consideration will inevitably be the corps of dedicated men and women here determined to bring off a successful 1962 campaign — men and women who will demonstrate their dedication by their contribution of funds and volunteer hours in behalf of Greater Miami Jewry's united, one-timea-year philanthropy. • woman was on the telpfliiriiip the week phone in a '** !"!" ** <* 1,1,1 "b UWj breathless discussion, she told her story. When 1 demurred "explained." withdrew. ^ hung up irately. Briefly, ihe sought me out to report the appearance of Janus Ratal, an Arab agent here, at a Strtoma meeting that very noon. 1 must, she said, be present in the audience to correct the record, and to tell "our" side of the slorv Batal speaks in Miami very often, I replied. Indeed, l could dedicate my life to following him around in a kind of circulating rebuttal and never really have enough time to neutralize his present*, lions on every occasion. Besides, I remarked, there were mj office and certain editorial matters demanding immediate and protracted attention: it would be quite out of the question for me to pick up and go Batal-hunting at a moment's notice. It was at this point that she hung up. and I frankly can -ay 1 blame her. Arab propaganda, especially with respect to 1 h< :rtu;(,. problem, is on the rise in the U.S. Both its incidence and insidiousin appear to be reaching alarming proportions. The rei apparent; they derive from the Arab blocs current all-oul effort to force an immediate United Nations "solution" to the rel 1 emmi The irony here is that the Arabs want no solution — < moval of Israel fn m the face of the earth. Short of such an end, they prefer to exploit the refugees I fullest political possibilities. ACHMED SHUKAM AS RAMROD I N THE FIRST instance, they n fuse to negotiate with they do not recognize Israel's national integrity Secondly, they want not only to impose the ground rules for solution, but the terms of the solution, as well. This hardly indicates a sincere de-re on the Arab leadership's part to bring to a close a dilemma thai ha< served to nurture the explosive character of the Middle East for more than a decade. Today's Arab offensive at the UN features Arab diplomat Achmed Shnkairy as ramrod. Under his continuing and abusive barrage against Israel, he has set forth a program toward solution composed of four ma ; n points: foreign custodianship of Arab properties in Israel; UN investigation of the Arab "plight" in Israel: abolition of the Palestine Conciliation Commission, or its enlargement to make the body "more representative;" the seating of an official "Palestine Arabs delegation" at the United Nations. The first of these proposals flies in the face of the fact that Israel has alrcadv returned a good deal of previously frozen Arab funds to their rightful owners, and that meticulous records are kept of such Arab properties and incomes still unclaimed by virtue of the continuing political impasse. More important, it seeks to impose on the rest of the world the Arabs' private and bizarre view ol Israel's "nonexistence." On what basis can Israel accept foreign interference in her internal affairs—such as custodianship would certairly represent? THE PALESTINE CONCILIATION COMMISSION r E SECOND PROPOSAL suggests that Israel's indigenous Arab population is the butt of repression, which the facts in the main simply do not support. Arab representation in the Israel Parliament is a case in point: although, undeniably, security measures designed to cope with Israeli Arab subversion tend to give superficial substance to the discrimination charge. The truth is that all of IsraelArab population would be accorded equal treatment were so many ol them not dedicated to the nation's annihilation. The machinations surrounding the Palestine Conciliation Com mission are the most interesting of all. The PCC report of Ncv. 15. though editorially changed as a result of behind-the-scenes Arab pressure at the UN, still gives a less sympathetic view of the refuge* dilemma in the Arab's behalf than their propaganda has heretofore painted it. In short, the report, even as amended, more emphatically than in the recent past sheds some official clarification on the Arab interpretation of Paragraph 11 of the original United Nations .resfllution dealing with the refugee question. While the Arabs have repeatedly and over the years quoted Paragraph 11 out of context, suggesting that the world Jpeiuc oNanii* tion calls for repatriation of the Palestine Arabs as tne'Vinly solution, the report clarified the record: that resettlement and compensatiM are also clearly set forth among the recommendations. This is a critical question because Israel obviously can not accept acrossw board repatriation; at the same time, she has shown considerable willingness to assist in resettlement and to offer compensate But all these considerations merely skirt the fundamental reasoning behind the minimal Arab insistence on enlargement of the Palestine Conciliation Commission, if not its dissolution entirely. RESPONSIBILITY Of AMERICAN JEWS F OR ONE THING, it could open the way to the testing of Arab delegations on the commission, which today is composed almost exclusively of Western UN membership. For another, it could prove a direct road to the door marked "Soviet interference," an the Arab propensity for playing footsie with the Kremlin Is nut ne in the annals of United Nations history. The fourth proposal, seating an independent "Palestine Arabs delegation," is reminiscent of the peculiar Algerian rebel ex l' l r c "" at the UN, but in fact bears no direct relationship to it; altnouS \, 0 Arabs, themselves, may play on the parallel, other factors tend invalidate it. Neither are eloquent Arab spokesmen at the im Nations lacking, either for words or numbers, to advance the alieg best interests of the refugees. Achmed Shukairy is a case in point. To compond the farce ^ seating another delegation would merely mean to add to the *•** the already seriously ineffective UN effort in this decade-long -trugg Such is the background of the current Arab effort "once and1 or all" to "solve" the refugee problem via the destruction of '^ ,„ Hence, the stepped up Arab propaganda in the U.S. — and Miami) as well. Hence, too, the anxious woman's telephone call. r>o *' n n ata | 5 Jews have a direct responsibility to do battle against ,h( t0 among them? I should think yes — perhaps as much as tnej n ^ be concerned about gathering the funds that bring their bretnre the Mellahs of North Africa to a new life in Israel. For more 0 next week.



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Friday, December 22, 1961 t'Jenislh Moradliatn LETTER TO THE EDITOR Page 5-A Educator 'Clarifies' School Record EDiTOR, The Jewish rloridian: in i r Test the "startl;' Upiflftfas" %  •• u'"rci ; e:i! [lave of teen-agers sponsored by Creator Miami Jewish Comlity Center. The conclusi I ,i.-cv .-. v;.;;. <: uiically from 'im•: • cent s (ven-year natioi al • id> oi Jc is %  : ication in the States indicates thi I • i luri • nd pleasant n ime from the Sui Rational studj %  : %  upi %  i the 27 : % %  c es. includ •in that p ipiis, i v. i .•' %  I -. school I ke th -.%  otrii it more S inda %  sties i -• ; ii %  : ts "do I ol as i >o "do n it I ... In answering a ques ; on in the ririonai survey as to whe'Hs1'iev would TO to Jewish s-hool i : their own free choice, 61.6 9 • ered in favor of the Hebrew v.ecx-day school and only 56.9% appeared to favor the Sunday school. • \yer to the question, do -to continue your Jewish ies 47-!S" of the students dered '.iifurther Hebrew study y 37 2 declared for Sunday school study. Over 500 high I -indents interviewed in the i Kin.il sOVtey declared that they red their studies, and 52.2'. indicated they wanted to continue i eti Jewish education in the Heschool. Sixty percent of these -c-hool Students interviewed that they would continue studies freely, and that they 'i the .subjects general!) or %  ;'lly. r.itiona! study was ned taken from a more scienselection and larger sampling ewish youth, and reflects conrated study of this problem local conclave included in the L :// session oh Jewish education 30 young people who obviouswere not selected as a cross 'tion of local Jewish youth. It 'apparent that their answers may have been somewhat different if the representation were more Selective, and if the questions were Idressed to them by an educator more informed on the objecth Curriculum and administration of thowJewiat soli It is my hope that the opinions of the conclave are not regarded by the Jwi?h community as an authoritative point of view of a cross section cf American Jewish youth or even of the teenagars cf this community. Tlv to i • that our youth si i uld be ... i. •. %  i> opportunity to discus fr the pr< blems ol Jewish i d (alii n, but 'her.may • the value ol expublic. ii\ which mighl b • mis nterpi | scii opi ion LOU'." SCHWARTZMAN, E-.e.-ti:. ? Dir .--'or Bureau of Jewish Education cDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: As president the Labor Zionist Assembly of Gr< ater Miami. I am eeply concerned with the renewed Arab pressure at the United Nations to bring about a "solution" to the Arab refugee problem based solt ly on Arab terms and detrimental to the best interests of Israel and the Middle Has: As is well-known, the "solution" the Arabs offer is none at all. The Arab leadership wants only to exploit t h e plight, to maintain the refugee status quo, as a means of capitalizing on its political implications in the Arab cold war against Israel. There is not a single humanitarian impluse shown by the Arab leaders in their "solution*' to the refugee situation. Accordingly, in my capacity as Labor Zionist Assembly president here, I have sent the following letter that would be of interest to readers of The Jewish Floridian. who may. in turn, be impelled to write to our State Department. Senators, or Representatives: Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson Chief Of American Delegation United Nations. New York Dear Sir: The General Assembly of the United Nations is taking up for discussion the question of Arab refugees As head of the American delegation to the United Nations! you wil be called upon to express your views and state the position of our government or. this highly important question. Therefore, in the name of eleven affiliated organizations of the Labor Zionist Assembly of Greater Miami, with a membership oi ..bout 1500 persons, all devoted American citizens, 1 wish to call to your attention the following facts: 11 I" was th I who in violation of the resolution oi the United Nations opened hostilities against Israi!. 2) Undi r false promises ol en richment, they induced and advised the Arabs to leave Israt I 3l The number oi Arab refugees ix-hundred thousand. 4) The Arab countries failed to integrate the refugees in their srer. my despite tl-.a large financial tupport rrom other countries they were getting. 5) The Arabs vowed to destroy Israel and declined numerous attempts of the Israeli government to negotiate and settle the refugee question amicably. 6 1 Over five hundred thousand .lews were either expelled or emigrated from Arab countries, and all their property was confiscated 7) The Arabs are raising the refugee question as a source tor blackmail and intimidation. "fil That it would be suicid-'l for Israel to accept all the refugees back. 91 The territory of Ihe Arab countries is about 500 times as large as Israel. In the light of these facts, you will realize how important this question is for the existence of Israel, and we trust you will arrive al a decision compatible with the traditional policy of our country of fairness in dealing with other nations. Dr. SIMON WILENSKY Miami Beach W K ATFM FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on W K ATFM %  93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE j ,• %  • CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM Religious Unit Elects Officers Rev. Joseph Kranz was elected president of Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi. Religious Zionists of America, at a meeting last week at the Strath Haven hotel. Other officers elected were Rev Solomon Cooper. Dr. M. J. Sat'ra and Philip Weiss, vice presidents; I. H. Kramer, financial secretary: and Sol Rashin. corresponding secretary. Members of the executive committee arc Rabbis Tibor Stern. Solomon Schiff. H. Louis Rottman. Joseph Rackovsky. David Lehrfield. Isaac Ever; Revs. S. Zoretsky, Morris Schloosberg and Joseph Shapiro; and Louis Merwitzer, Dr. Irving Makovsky, and I. Miller. Beth Toroh New Year's The New Year will be ushered in j with a dinner dance at Beth Torah Congregation on Sunday night. Dec. 31. The affair will include a full course dinner, live orchestra and entertainment. Mrs. Ronald Fraicel is in charge of reservations. TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only (fives stronger, ( alter relief from pain of headache ut is also safer. Won't upset the %  tonuu-h and has no bad efforts. You Anacin is like a doctor's pre_i'~_ Tk.l 4a AnnPl" rt n t 11 1 n %  see, nnarein in ^ "vv bv aenption. That is, Anncin contains not just one but a combination of medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved • tingle drug can give such strong: yet such safe relief as Anacin Tablets. "A masterpiece of imaginative wood-carving and symbol,": design" is the consensus of art critics who have inspected Michael Fiuggi's "Tree of Life," v/hich will become a permanent memorial in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Sculptor Piuggi (center) is shown following the unveiling of the massive wclnut panel, pointing out some of the technical detcils to Miami Mayor Robert King High (left) and Commissioner Charles Hall (right). The aluminum vertical plates below the tree's roots will be engraved with names of donors to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. SECURITY FREE WITH EACH SAVINGS ACCOUNT Security. It's what everyone strives for. One •way of achieving it is by opening a savings account. At WASHINGTON FEDERAL, accounts are insured by an agency of the United States government up to $10,OOO.Thafs security.Your savings earning dividends every day of the year —and federally insured as well. The kind of security that promotes relaxed days, restful rights. And along with security, WASH INGT0N FEDERAL offers the friendly service most folks like. Drop into any of our convenient offices to open your account. If you prefer, save by mail. A minimum of red tape-a maximum of service. You see, people are our most important asset. WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS Ml' LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI l(A(K 1701 Meridian Avenue • l.Mi Washington Avanua • llii Normandy Orlvt All Offices: JEfftrson 8-8452 JACK 0 COriOOM AIMU H COUH'.HON CcOUST BROS Ry f l s f %  ft r S / 0 IT IS WITH PLEASURE I EXTEND SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL RALPH B. FERGUSON, JR. JUSTICE OF PEACE DISTRICT NO. 2 Room 211 20 S.E. 3rd Ave. Roper Bldg. Miami, Florida



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Page 6-A +Je#lsii Rorkiiain Friday. December 2?, 1951 I = General Solicitation plans for the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal are the subject under discussion by deft to right) Daniel Neal Heller, chairman, and associate chairmen A. Budd Cutler end Mrs. Charles Feinberg. They'll muster the thousands of volunteer workers to take the 1962 "New Horizons" campaign to the community. Benjamin Meyers Active In Local Community Affairs Thit ;• %  %  • %  < %  • \1 .. %  •• pic aciii'i been .: %  : Tiie results of been fell f < '' muwi | And I tneir %  %  Great '•! I "The great victories of life are oftenest won in a quiet way, and not with alarms and trumpets." — Justice Benjamin Cardozo, 1915. Benjamin Meyers is one of those men who has not allowed a busy and successful business careei to keep him from playan active, though quiet, role in community betterment. \ ..,-. 1 ol Waterbury. I Meyei came lo Miami in 1939. \ ;ti %  believer in the Federation principle, Meyers pitches in each year to work [or the success ol the Combined Jewish Appeal. He's on the board ot governors ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and on the national council ol t h e AntiDefamation League Of B'nai B'rith. lithaserved on the national council ol the Joint Delense Appeal, and has maintained an intense interest In Federation agencies devoted to fostering democratic principles, combatting bigotry and improving community relations in the I'nited States A graduate of Yale University, Meyers has also served a^ president of the Bureau of Jew i>h E lucation. His visits to Israel, including one a month ago. have impressed Meyers deep!) BENJAMIN MEYERS .. believes in Federation "Israel has the greatest hopes ol progress, and the people there are sincere and serious.'" he said after one visit. "They have added perspiration to the inspiration which brought them to Palestine." Lecture Slated At Peretz School Court Reads Verdict to Eichmann By BEN FELLER .1E RUSALEM — IJTA I Adolf Eichmann. with appealpending, is awaiting the sal lows in Israel as B war criminal and enemy ol mankind The death penalty was pronounced last week by the president of a special three-indue tribunal. Judge Mosrae Landau, after the former Gestapo colonel had been convicted (in all 15 counts ol an indictment — four charges of crime.against Ihe Jewish people. M\ charges of crimes against humanity, two charges ol war crimes and three charges ol membership ot hostile organiziitinnBefore an audience which packed the Bet 11 a a 111 courtroom, Eichmann entered his glass-enclosed dock a> the judges tiled into their places. On order of the court Eichmann arose and Judge Landau .-aid: "We have weighed the question of appropriate punishment with full appreciation of the burden of responsibility resting on us. We have reached the conclusion that in order to mete out proper punishrrnt and deter others, the maximum penalty should be imposexl." He continued: ""The objective of the crimes committed against the Jewish people was the extermination of a whole people trom the face ol the earth and 111 this respect they differ trom crimes against individuals. The chief consideration, however, ought to> be given to the 1 Meet on the victims themselves and in the boundless agonv they suffered and still suffer following these crimes "The sending of one trainload ot a thousand people to an extermination camp was tantamount to complicity in a thousand murders and the responsibility is no less than that of the man who actually put them into trie gas chambers, Even had we luund that Eichmann did all that he did from blind obedience, we would say that the man who participated in il is punishable bj maximum punishment No order could help even in mitigation. But Eichmann acted from lull inner identification aimed ai achieving the criminal objective." He then said to the prisoner: Adolf Eichmann. the court sentences you to death for crimes against the Jewish people, for crimeagainst humanity and tor war crimes regarding which you were found guilt y." The Judge added: "You may appeal the sentence. If you wish to do so, you should submit notification within 10 clays.'* Eichmann was led out Irom the enclosure and the audience quietly tiled out. Until the very last. Eichmann wore an expression which, from the start of the trial last Apr. 11 baffled seasoned correspondents and challenged Ihe descriptive powers of journalist craftsmen from all continents The only suggestion of remorse on his part wa s a statement in the plea of Dr. Robert Servatius, his West German lawyer, for mercy earlier in the week. The Cologne attorney said that evidence of an "inoer readjustment" then prevailing "this waimp**, hie." He claimed that it v correct" to list him \wth natical Jew persecut irs" and the fact that he was so portrayal nounced. Prot. Martin Buber saici "boihered" him during the whole • that if Eichmann was sentenced postwar-period. He 11 would be found in the book Eichmann wrote during his incarceration before the trial began. Before the verdict was proto death he would appeal to President Ben-Zvi for a commutation of the sentence to life imprisonment. Prof Buber made the statement in his "isi-ted^jKi superiorhad lnlentiunaU* made it so appear to place the major blame on him. He told the court that many ot deny,,,, a report in a Saarbrucken. ^ —< £?£fiJS£ Wesl German, newspaper that he ut|on h;uj ^ .. or .£ intended to seek a pardon for the jm| t!|a ,, u )n J former Gestapo colonel who was found guilty of all 13 counts ot an indictment fixing kej responsibility on him for the Nazi wartime slaughter Ol ti.OOO.OiH) European .lew-. The philosopher said he firmlj opposed to capital punishment a n d that he applied that stand to the Eichmann case "in which there is no possible punishment to tit the crime, where the imagination cannot envisage a suitable penalty The Israel Ministry of Justice was asked to confiscate the manuscript of a book which Eichmann wrote during his 19 months of incarceration in Israel while awaiting the trial. Eichmann has said his writings, which deal with the Jewish policy of the Nazi regime, will be published abroad. The request for confiscation was made by Rabbi Mordecai Nurock. a member of Parliament, in the form of a question to the Justice Ministry to which a reply is expected next week. Rabbi Nurock contended that anything written by the Nazi during his Israeli im• prisonment is the property of the Sia'e ot Israel. Eichmann made his final statement earlier in the week. Standing erect and referring to notes made during the reading of the verdict. the Nazi said his hopes for justice had been "disappointed" by the "severe verdict which I cannot accept." He reiterated that what he did as a Gestapo officer was nol his responsibilit) but rested entirely with "political leaders." He said again that he had wanted to fight on the front line but was kept at his "dark" assignment. "My only guilt was my discipline, my obedience, my adherence to my oath. I never persecuted Jews from any desire on my part. This the rulers of Germany did, a leadership which took advantage of my discipline. It was the leadership that gave the orders. Now these who received them *re the victims." He said it had been contended he should have disobeyed his orders but thai under the circumstances prosecution doc-umenU had been produced and arranged with the "specific objective evoking an "erroneous pi He declared that trom his tlaj he had wanted to live n cording to ethical principals" M was since "certain day-." he had ieeg 1 revented from loing so and *ud to submit to a "different kind jf world "l would a-k for th of the Jewish people and a mil l am filled with sham< fot .vhat


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Fiiday. December 22, 1961 +Jfnist> HarkUttf) Page 7-A Urge Direct Israel-Arab Negotiations %  % % %  : I sri i %  !. worth '.wo bil. r Xil!:! NATIONS (JTAl Fifteen countries, including eight ZtX'Z %  """' %  : ld Th Netn lan s. Presented this week lion dollars, yielding ar .. ;i :' u ; United Nations Special Political Committee cdii.ru up„r. the Aral) stales and Israel to undertake direct negotiations to Nettle "all the questions in dispute between the tion of the Arab refugees." It was the first time m many years (hat an effrrt i-.a-. been made "m. including the quesGlittering BcEl To Eftd Israe. lor.d Season Contirued from Page 1 A dor at his residence in Mexiing efforts for the Ball .ire rs of the Ambassador's ot hosts, comprised of top v ; civic and business leaders, taded by Friedland; Mr. and VJack A Cantor, grand mar|.. of the Ball; Mrs. Anna BrenMeyers, chairman of the AmArab delegations hero who have here to brins Israel andMhe Arab I been attackin 8 Isnei in hc Arab states together for anj direct facerefu 8 ee debate and lauded Israel to-face talks looking toward genfnr having cooperated with the ?ral peace in th< "•' | ast The Palestine Conciliation Commission. introduction ol the nsolution in! TK .. ,. ,•„.,. 'he committe? when bitter n fina,,y had ,ts lebate has bee, K ,l for a op ( porUm !v debate Arab veek and a hail • %  *rab refu"7 > >r, bUm and Proposed a see problem % %  • : shock !" g proArab P ,lc > which ,,u the Arab th legati :..tion calling tor Arab-Israeli pi negotiations — continued their counterattacks against the A bloc, while the Arabs kept up a drum-lire ol anti-African diatribe. ,n Among the Africans who enter il the lists in favor of the 15-memlx r Ueanwhile, African delegates resolution was Issoufu Saidou D> from Upper Volta and the Ivory Akoye. of Niger. While not among Coast — who are among the co the 15 co-sponsors, he supported sponsors ol :nc 15 member resolu the resolution vigorously. L'nite! States promptl) denounced as "sii Idit en c< dile t< ars." vador. Guatema'a. Haiti. Ivory Coast. Liberia. Madagascar, The (•.or s corps of hosts: and Mrs. .. ,, .. Netherlands. s. rra 1 eone, Togo. Katzman. chairman of the :.'s Division for Israel Bonds. bassador Shneerson achieved li national recognition for his iiili n helping to cement the allied friendship between France ari Israel during his tenure .is I rid's diplomatic representative ranee, prior to assuming his nl post. In recognition by ol his B< rvlce. Ambassador Suites delegation -on has been awarded the arate resolution, • if Commander of the French ol Honor. The resolution, tied to the anrual report by D-. John H. Davis, director of tre United Nations Relief and Works Agency 'or Pa'estine Refugees in the Near East, would put the General Assembly oi record as "recognising that the establishment of peaceful relations between the Arab states and Israel would do much to facilitate a solution of the problem of t'-ie Arab refugees." The list of co-sponsors of the resolution includes the Central African Republic. Chile, Congo patriated he held, was that Is-j Brazaville). Costa Rica. El Salrael, supported by Western Powers, has •refused" to implement UN resolutions. He also attacked the Palestine Conciliation CommisAfter two hours of continued harsh wrangling by Arab deleM king Isn el and attacking African delegates who insist that the Arabs and Israel start peace : • gotiations, KG, Pedosecv, of i 1 USSR, took the floor. Bewailing 'the sad fate ol the refugees" who. he said, had been "displaced by force." he denounced Israel for allegedly failing to implement IN resolutions. He maintained the refugees had a right to "return" to Israel. The only reason they have not been "re &, U> ona. Ta**. Recaption*. 8inqu.it. Parti**, Olnnar* from 20 to 2000 catarad In th* minnar of th* Diplomat... an unhurrlad, V*r-*tt*ntlv*. *o*t-*ook*n **rvlc* that n-.ak*) mm mvmnt *f your occaaloav I'pper Volta, a? ;i Uruguay. It is s;i '" At Priedland said that the Israel Br*d Organization "is particularK Droud that Gov. and Mrs. Bryant will also grace, the Ambf •* 47th S*. MIAMI MACH %  #



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Page 8-A *Jewisii MoridHian Friday, Decerr.her 22, 1961 Anglican Diocese Repudiates Vicious Anti-Semitic Attack Cody Fowler (left), former president of the American Bar Assn., and former chairman of the Governors Race Relations Commission, receives the Leonard L. Abess Award in Human Relations sponsored by the Florida region of the Anti Defamation Lecgue of B'nai Frith at the region's annual board meeting Sunday in the Algiers hotel. Making the presentation (in photo at left) is Leonard L. Abess, honorary chairman of the Florida board, and sponsor of the award. In photo at right, Paul Seiderman (center), outgoing chairman of the Florida region, receives a plague from Burnett Roth (left), newly-elected chairman. Looking on is Henry Edward Schultz, national chairman of the ADL. and guest speaker at the Sunday noon function. Results Vary in Yule School Battle Continued from Page 1-A 04 "mounting concern" to Essex County Jews. The Council adder that "excusing Jewish childten from participation is not the vr.o!e answer." Philip E. Hoffman, chairman of the Council. urged parents, rabbis and Jewish organizations of the area to bring specific problems to the Council for consultation "rather than seek to deal with them forthwith." He acked he hoped that procedIII would reduce "the most flagrum violations" while avoiding the i.lten serious community tensions which often develop from the Jewisfa fight against sectarian practices in public schools during the \ uie period. The option of Jewish children to retrain from participation in Christmas observances was often •'an empty right." he said, because Jewish children, like all children, "wish to be part of their group and have a right to feel equally welcome in tax-supported schools." Meanwhile representatives of Jewish Community Relations Councils in all of New Jerseys 21 counties appeared before t h e State Board of Education in Trenton to ask the board to define acceptable te oug demonstrations in public tols during the Yule period. AH i r< gistered opposition to any use of public school property lor religious purposes. They cited among objectionable situations cases where Jewish children had been asked to portray the Christ child in Nativity plays, classroom window decorations containing crosses and Nativity scenes on school property. Sam Brown, executive director of the New Jersey region of the American Jewish Congress, told the board that "we oppose any use of public school property for religious uses" and emphasized this was not a stand against religion. Dr. Frederick Raubinjer, New Jersey Education Commissioner, said it was too late to issue a policy statement for the Christmas period this month but that the board would ask the State Division Against Discrimination to meet with school principals to discuss the problem for later years. The problem took a somewhat different form in the Greater Philadelphia area where the local Jewish Community Relations Council expressed alarm over reports that Chanuka plays and programs had been staged in public >chools during the holiday season. The Council there reaffirmed the stand of opposition to all sectarian religious practices in public schools and said such programs placed "an additional obstacle in the way of cur rabbis and congregants, which i have the same problems as churchI es in prevailing on congregants to observe all religious occasions in the proper religious manner," in the home and house of worship. Jewish community leaders in a i number of major Connecticut cities | joined in support of the principal that sectarian observances of reli1 gious holidays—Christian or Jewj ish—should not be held in the public schools. They included Hart' ford. New Haven, Waterbury, New London, Manchester, Meriden, New Britain. Norwalk and Stanford. The impact of these publicly stated positions on school boards appeared to be minimal in Manchester, however, violations of the principle were reported to exist. In Meridan, Rabbi Albert Troy said the same problem existed but children were not required to participate. Christmas celebrations are reglarly held in New London schools but Jewish children do not participate. In Norwalk, the Jewish Community Council decided again that such observances needed more discussion but said nothing was being planned currently to deal with the problem. In Stamford, the interfaith climate was described as good and Jewish officials were reluctant to take any action which would "disturb a good relationship." A switch on a ban on Christmas observances in Hamden public schools followed a stormy meeting of the board of education. Superintendent David Wyllie had sent out a memo asking school superintendents to tone down Christmas observances and eliminate Chanuka observances. After tha board meeting, the memo was rescinded and the board announced that "Christmas will be observed in the schools ait always has been." TORONTO — (JTA) — An of-, ficial of the Diocese of the Anglican Primate of Canada has repudiated the viciously anti-Jew i-h statement by an Anglican priest which appeared last month in a local Anglican publication. The article, by the Rev. H. R. Rokehy Thomas, which appeared in the Huron Church News, questioned the loyalty to the r countries ot all Jews outside of Israel, denounced Israel lor its "injustice" toward Adolf Eichmann. excused Nazi Germany lor its antiSemitism and declared there could never be peace between Christianity and Judaism. The Heron Church News is the official publication of the Church in London. Ontario. The Rt. Rev. George Luxton. Anglican Bishop of the Diocese and editor-in-chief of the Huron publication, said it was not his duty "to condemn or denounce" the article. The repudiation came from Canon E. W. Scott, executive-director of the Anglican Social Service of the Diocese of Rupert's Land. The diocese is the seat of the Anglican Primate of Canada, the Most Rev. H. H. Clark, who is the senior Anglican ecclesiastic of Canada. Canon Scot! repudiated the article in a statement to the Jewish Post of Winnipeg in which he said that "the official view of the church is quite different from that set forth bv Mr. Rokeby-Thomas." Canon Scott added that maia Anal}. cans locally and nationally, whju believing in the righl and impor. tance of free speech, disagree fun (i; mentally with the views A pressed by Rev. Rokcbv Thomas and regret that they ever appeared in print in a Church publication." The Canon also cited ;t ':itemcnt of the Canadian Council of the World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches The Canon said that the statement had been endorsed and p>i ilicized by the Council for Social -nice of the Anglican Church am that he hit the statement "could ...Hap. ply to the article in qui The statement he citei .juoted the Canadian Council as viewing "with great sorrow the spread ot anti-Semitic propaganca in Canada by various agencies at the present time. Such agitation tends to break the fundamental unity of Canadian life and therefore the status to which all i ,i our population are legally entitled. "We call upon the leaders of our Christian churches to urge their people to ignore such propaganda and so far as it bears the imprimatur of 'Christian' organizations, to repudiate it as utterly un-Christian." Canon Scott declared that Rev. Rokeby-Thomas "was not speaking" in his article "lor the Oiocese of Huron and certainly \ as not speaking for the Diocese il Rupert's Land nor for the .Vulican C north of Canada. CINEMA [Washington Ave. at 13th St. Open Miami Beach JE 1-6202 12.30 LEON SCHACHTER IS BACK WITH HIS ALL STAR YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE SHOW ON OUR STAGE NOW SHOWING CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE DAILY 1 P.M. to 11 P.M. 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%  % %  Fiiday. December 22, 1961 *Jwlst FkradUari Page 9-A Ex Nazi NA TO General on Griddle orring ate Stuart Rothschild (leit), vice chairman of the I ^antants Group of the Combined Jewish Appeal; L. Jules in, vice chairman of the Lawyers group; Frederick Sher; id Andrew A. Geller, vice chairman of the Insurance group. One of a series of meetings of vice chairmen of the Cornel Jewish Appeal Trades and Professions Division finds these three discussing campaign p'.ans. Marshall Harris (cenier is vice chairman of the Trades and Professions Division u.-.de-r Hyland Rifas. He's conferring with David Sokol (left), vice chairman of the Real Estate group, and Herbert S. Gruber, v;ce chairman of the Banks and Factoring group. Federation Units Draw Praise Agencies of the Greater Miami [>'• wish Federation drew high praise lbefore a Senate committee this I week Kir their assistance in handllir.g the Cuban refugee problem in Miami. f j ^ James P.Tticc. i executive direc[tor ol the United Hia* Service, said |i!ai without the active and real ooperation" of Federation and 11 her agencies, United Hias could id have done its work." ALL NEW for '62! An original fluucal comedy rcvu< CAUGHT IN THE ACT KAY CAROLE ••". ''P.m. Testifying before Sin. Philip Hart's Sub-committee on Refugees and Escapees, Rice saidthat United Hias Service assisted in the migration of approximately 2,000 Cuban Jews during the first 11 months ot 1961. About one-third of these refugees are still in Miami, he reported, while the others are being resettled in 96 other communities in 29 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Rice also had praise for the Visa office of the State Department and the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the Justice Department "for their truly humani', tarian handling of a serious refugee problem." Previously, the committee heard trom Arthur S. Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Yehudah Moshe New Year's New Year celebration at Congregation Yehudah Moshe will include music, entertainment, bullet supper and favors. Decor will be The Left Bank of Paris." Herb Comm. Mrs Fred Blank and Max Polis are in charge of reservations. Continued from Pa9e 1-A the appointment for the current term had long -nice been made final and because it appeared to US entirely unlikely that he could at present be removed. "We hesitated to engage in any public undertaking that could have no effect other than to undermine public confidence in NATO, which we have no wish to do," the statement continued Freeman said the Congress would •energetically oppose" Gen Heu singer's candidacy for reappointment to hiNATO post next year. Heusinger was appointed to his position on March i, 1961, for a two-year term. Under the terms of the NATO charter he could be reappointed for an additional single year. "Our principal objection to Heusinger," the statement declared, "is not that he may have been personally implicated in war crimes. Even if he were innocent of such crimes, we would oppose him on the more general ground that no one who occupied so high and influential a post in Hitler's headquarters should now be entrusted with leadership or command in the free world. "Within the NATO community we are certain there are generals of equal ability who do not have the disadvantage of lleusingcr's appalling history. Even giving Gen. Heusinger the benefit of t h e many doubts about h i s activities, his career must be seen as typified at best by a brutal and opportunistic amorality." The statement concluded: "We believe that technical military skill is only one of numerous qualifications to be considered in making appointments to key positions of responsibility and authority in the free world's military alliance in the Atlantic area. Foremost among the others, we think, is the showing of a genuine commitment to the purposes of democracy." In its Nov. 15 issue, the "Christ1 ian Century" said that Gen. Heuginger—"a German militarist for i 46 of his 63 years"—had been proj moted to the post of Wehrmacht chief of operations in 1940 "at a j time when Hitler had dismissed all but the most loyal Nazis on his gen-1 eral staff." The German general "figured importantly in the planning of all Naxi invasions from then on," the magazine charged, adding that "directives sent out from his office urging 'the strongest measures of terror' led to the slaughter of thousands of innocent civilians." The Protestant magazine charged •that in a radio broadcast shortly after the abortive bomb plot on Hitler's life on July 20. 1944, "Hitler lamented the fact that some of his true and loyal collaborators' had been wounded in the incident; he later gave Heusinger a special citation commemorating the bombing." the magazine declared, add•The State Department hatried Senior Citizens Will Celebrate New Year's Eve parties for senior citi/ens sponsored by Friendship Clubs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will be held in three different locations this season. Miami Golden Age Friendship i Club. Miami YMHA branch. ISO SW 16th ave; Miami Beach Golden j Age Friendship Club. Miami Beach YMHA blanch. 1536 Bay rd.; and i North County Senior Citizens : Friendship Club. North County YMHA branch. 14036 NE 6th ave. The parties will include a meal, professional entertainment, hats, and noise-makers. A limited number of tickets are still available. Charles Plotkin. director, department of service to senior citizens, is in charge of reservations. to (iepict Heusinger as a professional soldier who simply carried out orders (where have we ncaro thai excuse before?) and has ar%  Hi id that the t" S. inns: do nothing to displease West Germany or to .jeopardize NATO." Tie closing paragraph of the "Christian Century'' editorial, which the American Jewish Congress supported in its statement, declared: "We hope tna: Washington—the state Department, the white House, both houses ol Congress -w llrecoenize what a liability this man is to the democratic cause and drop him." The American Jewish Congress statement pointed out that although lleusingcr's defenders have emphasized the German general was a voluntary witness at the Nuremberg war crimes trial, "this docs not mean that Heusinger was a friendly witness — merely that it was not necessary to force him to appi at bj sul pot n; The Jewish group cited testimc.iy given by Gen. Heusinger at Nuremberg stating his "personal view" that "the treatment of the civilian population and the method if fighting gangs in the area of eperatiens offered an oppor turvty tc the supreme political ar.d military command to carry through its goals—namely, the systematic reduction in numbers of the Slavs and the Jews." Commenting, Freeman declared: "It is shocking that Heusinger regretted these 'cruel methods' only as a "military stupidity,' since 'they unnecessarily made it more difficult for t h e troops to fight the enemy." 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Page 10-A vjcwst Fkridllan Friday, December 22 1961 MONDAY The crime was monstrous. The trial v.as exhaustive, arduous and fair. The judges were scrupulous. The verdict is just. 1 don't see how any humanist view can challenge these propositions. There are only two >trong grounds on which one might protest tb< holding. One is tl \ Ii Kuhmann could only he tried for partic" murders (for which there is no death penalty in Israeli rather thar ti r crmicaga -• thi %  • and against humanity in the larpe. But i was argued out at Nuremberg almost 15 years .:-:o. at '.hi trial of t u < main Nazi war criminals, and it is now estal lished in the contem1 rary conscience that a man who car, he held accountabl individual dealt. ted for deaths on a ma.-scale. The other possible ground is that the members of the Nazi stati were not res i for their acts because they were acting under ers from Hitler himself. Ordinarily this .p rsuasive in assessing th< blame for political misdeeds oi a minor and routim character. But u ien yi an dealii with the deliberate murder tl millions, at organis manner which violated human reason and oi tr simplest feelings of mankind, it is hard to accept the pi?a ol innocence r BO specious i. ground. TUESDAY •:•:A LOST LOVE Shi was a spinster who had ju--t come from Baltimore, where for years she had tencied her invalid father, a rabbi, until his death, which freed her to move to New York with her mother and sister ami enroll at the Jewish Theological seminary as a special student. She became u • Ived in New York on Morningside Heights, in one of the strangest i most moving episodes of devoted and unrequited passion 1 have read. It is told in a -ection of about 100 pages ialmost a quarter cf the book' in Irvine Fineman's "Woman of Valor: The Story of Henri etta Szold" iSimon and Schuster). The author has dared to break the tradition that a biography of a great and respected person must never tear away the veil h ding the inner life, especially where Eros is involved. The result of the tradition has usually been stuffy and stilted biographic.-, even re the life behind them has been covered with emotional scar tissui i M rm hat off to Fmeman lor using the private papers letters and diai es ol Miss Szold as Beaatttvely but also afortfcrightly as he has d %  The woman who for years has been little more than a revered nami invoked at Hadassafa meetings emerges in these pages with all t( bittersweet -adne-oi one whose life burned to ashes in her love. *ho out of the ashes recreated a life which made love possible fci many. M> quarrel with Irving Fineman's book is that it steps around the mi identity, using only the "he," "his.'" -him." but leaving the antecedent blank. Surely the act of directness in telling the story at a grotesquely served by thi:coyness. WEDNESDAY -:IS KATANGA THE END? When a man slips on the ice and gets hurt, the decent thing for h friends to do is call the doctor, not the undertaker. The IN forces ii %  : do their best in the lighting which has again broken out in Katang but if they should again fail, as in September, it is premature to sec in the defeat ac -nine do) the death-knell of the UN and the end ol hope U eventual world police authority, Actually the UN enterprise in Katanga is as unlikely a test of the fi lure capacity of a world organization a* one could imagine. Everything about it is hapless. To carry out such an operation one would n< I a rather JI i eral agreement of world opinion that it makes sense: Aould neel. in the world troops, a genuine will to carry it out: and e II would need in the people of Katanga, some knowledge of the mean; what ibehind the military operation against their leaders. None of the-e three requirements is present. The decision to push thi operation, in the form in which it passed the Security Council, was i d it: the deep Russian-American political conflict, and was too i d to allow lor eftecitve execution. The UN troops in Katanga are nit an army but a loose collection of national units, and as such tlii'v 1; ck the cement that holds an army together under adversity; and the Katangese regard the IN not as a force for world order but as a despotic Interfering devil. THURSDAY PARTING THE CURTAIN I suppose that in the topsyturvy world of Communism it ranks as a press interview, on the ground that Alexei Adzhubei i* editor of Izvestia and therefore a newspaperman, with the scoop of an exclusive interview with President Kennedy Actually it was more like a diplomatic document, in the form or a dialogue between a head of state and a I ommunist Party stalwart, who happens to be Khrushchev's son-inlaw. and happens also incidentally to be a newspaper editor. Anyone who has encountered Adzhubei. as I did several times on his visit to New Delhi, must know him as a bouncy, assertive, hard talking Russian of the newer generation, who makes up lor what he la< l • In subtlety by the tactic of preemptive attack. You can't imagine his asking a question and recording the answer, Bi an objective newspaperman is supposed to do. As a member of t! Central Committee ami athe editorial shepherd of Russian opinion. h< could not afford to let President Kennedy's calmly reasonable words stand as they were. He had to Ugue, answer and amend, and he had t: cushion the impact of Kennedy's words on the Russian people by gum Hiding them with the cotton-wool of the true word for the faithful Yet it was a historic talk, and may rank in history with the exploit ol Commodore Perry in opening Japanese ports and minds to the world ol the West. Remember Khrushchev's Own blindness about what America is like,'as witness his belief that big bad capitalists like the Rockefellers a^id Fords own and run the country. Add to it the occasions on which Khrushchev has kept the truth from the Russian people — afor example, his failure to tell them about the Soviet nuclear tests. Add further the deliberate distortions of the American position. Put them together and you hrfve the Leaden Curtain — not the Iron Curtain of force and blood, but the sheer oppressive weight of the Leaden Curtain on Russian opinion. That's why this marked the parting of the curtain, if only for a single occasion at first. Pledge Program On at Cedars A "Pledge Redemption" program m bring additional finances into the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital capital fund is now under consideration. E. Albert Pallot. chairman of Cedars cevelopmcnt fund, will shortly present the plan to his committee. "Personal pledges will eventually be redeemed, but a substantial number of these could easily be converted into construction dollars now In this way we can supply the extra beds which will enabie Cedars to provide patient-care up to our maximum capacity," said Pallot. The hospital opened its first floors on Nov. 19. and some 90 beds are now occupied At this rate, Pallot indicated, lull patient load maj be reache.i within a few days. College Students Due at Lunch College students, whose parents or friends are members of Temple Emanu-El. will gather at the Temple next Wednesday morning for brunch with the rabbi, when they will be greeted by Dr. Irving Lehrman. the congregation'.spiritual leader. The brunch will begin at 11 am in Sirkin Hall. This is an annual meeting planned by Temple Fmanu-El during the winter vacation period. College Homecoming Week will conclude next Friday evening when the late Sabbath service will be dedicated to the young men and women. 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Friday. December 22, 1961 vJenisti Fk>ridHiain Page 11-A UN Ponders Arab Refugee Problem Receiving the Mark A. Light Memorial Award issued by the World Committee for the Physically Handicapped are jack S. Pcpick and Al Sherman (right), president and vice president of Mechanics Uniform Service, South Florida industrial cleaning firm. Presentation was made by Florence Fox. secretcry-general of the World Committee, at the national convention of the Institute of Industrial Launderers held at the Americana hotel. Popick, a director of the Institute, served as chairman of the conclave. His firm was cited for giving aid, assistance and employment to the handicapped. I United Fund Closes '61 Campaign; 52,711,952 Hits 96.9% of Total Goal United Fund has officially closed. Inrii I successful drive in Dade Icoiin \ history with a total of $2.|7i 1.952. representing 96.9 per cent I goal It ioped that the $87,000 deficit hull be met by the time of the anYual I nited Fund meeting in January, according to Edward F. jr., general campaign bhatrn an The amount raised represents a 151 percent increase over pledges announced at last year's final report meeting. "The thousands of volunteer workers and the contributors have helped to ma'k a rebirth of confidence in our United Fund," said Swenscn. Final division reports, chairmen, | enl ',t goal were. Adva ice Corporate (lilt-. William 1) Sillier (96.6); Public Km bloye< • Irving G. McNayr, 1103.6); %  National Firms, Hunter Moss, [ y Individual Gifts, .lames F. Rabbi Shapiro I In New Pulpit Mian Ik-brew Congregation week announced the appointIntent s Rabbi Max Shapiro as iritui leader of the congrega|t Rabbi Shapiro is currently sen I :n the pulpil Of Beth Emeth I' n ation "I feel compelled to return to I tlic area where I spent a major Iportion of my life," Rabbi Shapiro %  declared here, explaining the reaISon for his decision to leave Beth |Emeth. Rabbi Shapiro was previously I spiritual leader of Beth David Conation for 22 years. He is a Past president of the Greater Ml[ami Rabbinical Assn., was a nieniber of the faculty of the University "l Miami, and a president of the I Zionist Council here. McKilltps, jr. (87.81: United Good Neighbor-. William (' Lantaff, (94.5 1 ; fair Share Division. McGregor Smith. (97.ii. In the closing day of the campaign, the Miami Building and Construction Trades Union, composed oi 25 different trades, pledged to contribute at least $20,000 to help meet this year's goal This pledge pul I F's Building and Construction Division, headed bj Cal (Covens, al 211 percent of goal, the campaign's leading division. United Fund supports the prohealth, welfare and character building agencies Altions lo these agencies will be determined by Jan I. Swenson said Continued from Page 1-A whose government is not among the r> sponsors of that resolution, called upon the Arab states and Israel to implement "all" UN resolutions dealing with their conflicts, thus implying that he favors the 10 power draft. Another speaker was Dr. Iz/at Tannous, perpetual representative here of t h e Arab refugees, on whose behalf he has assailed Israel here every session for many years. His long address followed the usual Arab policy of attacking Israel and Zionism. A comprehensive statement of Israel's position concerning the Arab refugee problem, made here last Friday by Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Minister, was bej fore the General Assembly's special political committee scheduled in conclude (he long, bitter refui gee debate Ihis week. After a series of anti-Israeli ha-' rangues by the Arab delegations over a two-week period, with anj -utTs by Israel and staunch insist ence on Arab-Israeli peace negotia-; tions by a number of members, led ; by Africans, Mrs Mensummai rized the Israel Government's general position in these six points: "1. Israel accepted the 1947 Palestine Partition plan of the United Nations in 1947, while the Arabs rejected it. There would be peace and cooperation in the area if the Arab states had accepted the compromise agreed to by Israel in 1947. •'2. The Arab States instead decided to launch war against Israel. The Arab refugee problem arose as a consequence of this war. Those responsible tor that war are responsible for the existence ot (he refugee problem. • 3 About 550.000 Arabs left the territory which is now Israel. A similar number of Jewish refugees from Arab countries have since been integrated in Israel. There lias thus been a de facto exchange ol population. "4. No lulled Nations resolution demands immediate, total and unconditional repatriation of refu L:ee^ into Israel. On the other hand. there are United Nations resolutions calling for negotiations on the peaceful settlement ol all outstanding questions between Israel and the Arab States. "5. Israel believes that the future oi ihe Arab refu ge es lies in theft rt*sTtt!e%'ent "in the' AVab countries within the framework ol Mie economic development ol the Middle Easl "6 Israel stands by its readiness to pay compensation for property abandoned by the refugees, even before a general peace settlement is concluded, provided these funds are Used for the overall solution ol the problem. Israel will demand compensation for property of its citizens (hat was confiscated by the Arab Governments." Mrs Meir told the committee that Israel "welcomes" one ol the two resolutions before the group— a draft co-sponsored by eight African states, six from Latin America, and The Netherlands representing various West Europeans, calling for direct peace talks between the Arab states and Israel on all issues at dispute, including he refugee problem. Mrs. Meir expressed opposition to the harsh criticism voiced against the Palestine Conciliation Commission, chiefly by the Arab delegations, as well as to the proposal to alter the commission's composition. "The will to conciliate," she said, 'is completely absent on the Arab side. That alone is what matters, and that is where the change is needed." "We believe," she told the committee, "that the solution oi the problem of tinArab refugees lies in the resettlement of the refuses in the Arab countries. This altitude Of our-, is not new and it has been reiterated by the Govcrnment ol Israel in the Knes ', and was approved by a large majority. At the same lime, we have never said that not a single refugee will ever in any circumsl u bi allowed to enter Israel, i h ive already mentioned how. since 1949, about 40,000 refugees did in tact return." SAILING FROM NEW YORK EVERY THIRD WEEK: SS Is-ael and S.S IM. stopping en route at Madeira, Spam and Greece SAILING FROM MEDITERRANEAN PORTS WEEKLY: 1SThtodor Herzl and S.S. Jerusalem t> MM*) Htm •**• M THE BALMY SOUTHERN SEA WAY to [urope and the Mediterranean • Fully air conditioned • Stabilizer-equipped for smooth voyaging • Tempting, strictly Kosher cuisine • Lively Israeli atmosphere 5M low Irani ti*t OWNERS' Mr, AMERICAN ISRAELI SHIPPING CO, INC. 4,'BROADWAY NEW YORK 4. NT •014 7600 Ni. 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Page 12-A +Jewisl> Ffrrrdian Friday. December 22 1961 German Chiefs Say Eichmann Verdict 'Justified' BONN — iJTA) — Highest West German officials this week declared that the conviction _antl death sentence of Adolf _Eicnmlnh. following the lengthy trial in Jerusalem, was exactly what they had i xpe?tdB >c ami-**'a§ "Justified Felix Von Kckar'.t. St.it. Secretary in charge <>f information for the office of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, and Dr Eugen Gerstenmaier. president oi the Bundestag (Lower House of Parliament), approved the Jerusalem court's .judgment, the hitter declaring thai %  the immense crimes ol which the is c tnvicted justified the highest penalty." Leaders ol the I ties in the new German G m ni coalition, the Christian Demo> i atic Partj. pproi ^d the death ence. Th e y stated thai hangii g of 1 id ann w luld be but inai • the crimes of which he has been conrioted Matthias Hoegen, chairman of the Bor.zestaj's legal committee, declared: "No one in GerTrTanvVWho'has reYaTrfecT/tKrttJghout the frightful years of injustice, a sound and wholesome feeling for guilt and redemption, will find the death sentence unjust." Leaders of the FDP stated that "even the most convinced opponents of capital punishment wiil find the sentence justified." Pi iminen members o! Chai lor Adenauer's party, the CDU, sing the Israel trial as "1 5: i fear, however, that'the trial a !; d ht have caus harm to the name of Germany Thej exthe hope that this would be th time "'the attenti n opinion would be Another Orthodox Jew Given Sentence by Soviet Authorities Continued from Page 1 A ised among French Jewry and to ask him to inform the Soviet government about tins reaction. \ group ol scholars, church li ers and literary figures in Los tagelea have published a public appeal to the Soviet Union urging Soviet authorities "to reconsider their policies toward Soviet .lews [Miami Hebrew Book Store] 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues, Schools & Private Use ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS NEWMZN FUNERAL HOME 133 3 DADE BOUI.FVAP.D MIAMI BEACH JEfferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman Funeral Director ••• store justice for I sentenced and for the weak and defenseless minorities the) represent." The statement, which was published in the Los Angeles Times, said that the recent trials of lay leaders cf the Moscow and Leningrad Jewish communities "and the long prison terms to which they have been sentenced are cause of grave concern over renewed anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union." "It is especially disturbing that on the very days when Stalin's unspeakable actions were again denounced by Khrushchev, the Soviet government saw fit to take steps apparently designed to stifle whatBver little specifically Jewish life has survived there." the statement leclared. '.Men of goodwill everj where are shocked by official per sedition ol any people. It IS not enough for the Soviet Union to proclaim high principles of the equality of peoples. The world has :i right to expect that it will also act on them t brought to the darkes'. period in German history !n general. West German reac[ions othe Eichmanajrial and its outcome showed a >\>-.\d of respect raePs legal pr (cesses and refor the terrible wrongs com-! nitted by 'he Nazis against the Jev : 1 • pie. American press reaction to the Eichmann trial ai encing, as shown in editoria'.s last weekend, approved of Israel's handling of %  he case against the convi< le I Gestapo colonel. S veral newspapei • ever, ami ng th m the •i 1 York Times the New Y'i rk P agree I with Prof. Martin Buber ol Israel, who had -• manci I thai the death itence gains Eichmann be commuti iment There was general opinion, as r:€d in a:i editorial in the Wash ington Evening £tar, that "Eichrrann's persciai guiit cocld not have bsen establ'shed without, at the same time, convicting the System within which he served." The New York Times stated on this point: "In the broad context of history, this verdict marks one more condemnation of the whole Nazi regime and all it stood for." The New York Journal American approved not only the fairness of the Eichmann trial, as all other new-papers did, but declared its belief that the death sentence was justified. Leading British newspapers, as well as prominent historians and experts on Nazism and anti-Semitism, lauded the fairness of Israel's conduct of the Adolf Eichmann case Trie Thnes of London praised "the dignity and discipline" of ..the Israeli court, stating ijto that Israel's "rea&ion"' to flic cVlire case nas ''won respect." Th.Dailj Express declared that Eichmann "cannot atone for his guilt.' Hugh Trev r R iper. professor of %  n in-:, rj ai Oxfor i Univer. y stated that the trial was "a landmark in the Jew.-:: story." Rev JunePark s, who has spenl man; \ ars in study of relations %  i Christians, obsen • d thai the I I its outdsl trie guilt" over anti 5< m ti m v hi< h lies upon the whole ol Christendom." 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Friday. December 22. 1961 + k*+Uhf*rridliton Page 13-A FROM THE TALMUD AM. I. 1(pararhra-cd). To bullish strife, and to turn enemies into fttends, u to show oneself of ,rlf disciples vf Aaron |h( typical pcacemaltfr. + Taanit. 2 2a. A rjbbi once met Elijah in a crowded stipe* nwr^rt. MulCT," he as^fd. "who amonc rong arc moil .sure of eternal 7'.. J'hophrt. in reply, pointed QM two nun of homely appearance. j ... bbi .Hi-ovicd them. \V /:,n he as^cd. "are your tents?" \\ t have none, tney answered %  he :':<•: :e r,.\i_ friends • Rahbah, = 9 lose ben Halafta %  %  : •.. : II .'.... %  • jn, %  ,. • i SlTId Sn Holocaust v-" T %  Tmsx%  And Uprising %  i 1 The bus came'to a halt in the Rroiind*'"^.iifcbutz Lohamai Hake'.a'crt (GbaUo Fighters). The Briver opened the doors, and dozens of boys.and girls jumped out. They were gay and without a care ^nd made plenty of noise. "Quiet," said the youth leader, [you will immediately be visiting he saddest museum in the world." Kibbutz Lohamai Hageta'ot was funded in 1949. The members who ecided to build their homes here "ere, in the period of the Second Vorld War, in various European Countries and suffered greatly unfir Nazi rule. Many participated Ghetto uprisings, in the partisan battles ahd, underground move"" %  nts. Not a few underwent the Ml of concentration and extermination camps. Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX How many books are there in the Hebrew Bible? %  The Talmud u.-uaHy speaks of 24 books in the Hebrew Bible. Technically, one can claim the existence of 39 books, as they are usually printed today The latter figure claims the twelve minor prophets to be individual books and counts such books as Samuel II. Kin;> II and Chronicles II as separate volumes, and also considers Ezra and Nehemiah. and the 12 minor prophets group together as one book. Josephus mentions the number of 22 book?. This is explained by considering Ruth and Judges as one book and also Lamentations and Jeremiah as one book Does the number of twenth four, as related to the number of books in the Bible have any special significance according to the rabbis? One rabbi in the Talmud com1 pares the 24 books of the Bible to the 24 ornaments of a bride ( 3 18) (Exodus Kabbah 41:5). This is to say that he who knows the 24 books of the Bible is regarded as a decorated individual who displays his devotion to the Almighty, as a bride does to her husband Another rabbi compares t h t: 24 bm,ks Of the Bible to the 24 d.v.sions of priest and Levites which would correspond to the service of the temple. Knowing the 24 books would then be UJM ialhB measure of service to the Deity. A similar expression might be the case of the rabbi who compared the 24 books of the Bible with the 24 sacrificial animals. It has a ,lso been stated by the rabbis that the 24 books of the B.ble are comparable to the 24 nails of a sandal indicating, perhaps that they are the basis and pedestal upon which our Jewish tradition stands. PerTins pugt U prepared in COI operation uuh the .Spiritual LeadI ers of the Greater .Miami RabbinAssn. RABBI MAX A. UPSCHITZ (loordmator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCH1FF Gems oi Wisdom haps the number 24 would have some relationship with the number Of tribes of Israel, the latter being 12, and the 24 books being as two witnesses lrom each tribe. If a student crams, his lerarnmR diminishes; if he dtlicrv littlr by little, it .shall increase. TALMUD. • Obedience to duty means resistance 10 self. BBRGSON. • Do not rely on If and Perhaps. BAHYA. • • • ill give you definite maybe. —COLDWYN. • TJie worst of worms: the dagger thoughts of doubt. -HEINE. • Mo greater joy than to resolve a doubt. — JHURWlTZ. • &f Who grieves over the doubtful u>ill rejoice over the sure. M. 1BN EZRA. • The path to sound credence is through the thick forest of skepticism. NATHAN. • • • I i thanJt Thee for the goodness i thank Thee for the dice of bread and the prayerAGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. RabDi i&aac Bvti, Friday 5:15 p.m. RatUff-dfl) R:80 a.m. Sermon: "The Drama of Three Generations." — • — BETH DAVID 2^25 SW 3rd ave Connervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. i-Vid,i> 8:15 p.m. .-'inii'ii. \ r i Anal\ >is Saturda) U ;i ill > %  I i "T I. I.i\.-W.. I..;MI Ha I Ml./.v.til RU-hard, mm f Mi nd Mi % %  %  \'l. liniui. I>avld, wi ii i.i Ml .i >' Wff I., i n i:, i ii..ill • — BETH EL. ECO SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solnmon Schiff. 5:15 i i p.m •'i '..in!,, n.lsin ICn* • S,i if .... Si > %  I.. _.,. • — BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Hyman Fine. Pi i.!.... I'.i-t I'.. MI :. nt> NUM. Tn hi honored: Alvln Cawn. S.anle> i!latu-i. Staiili • F'onenHi ranch, l %  M • llh'irt, Samuel irroynon anil 1'i.ii: .-.. hulman. Sermon I ilami v> ami r .i'-. i ;• %  •!." Sal urdaj • i ...i Mltsvah: Rohi 11, mm ( Mi and Mm Irving Kelton: Paul, mm of Mr. ami Mi-. UHI ton Simon. — • — BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Friday '••-'" p.m. Saturdaj a.m Sermon: "liftii Commandment." Ijidleii Ones Shabbat I p.m Queal speaker: Rabbi Oerahon Welnrob. — • — BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Wmci". Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Was This Tilp N aaary, Mr. Ben-Ourlon?" — • — BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 5:15 ;• tii 8:3fl p.m, Sermon: "I Believe In Propaganda." Baa Mltavah: Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Adrian Kaufman. Saturday X:4'. a.m. Bar Mltxvah: Ira. nan -.f Mr. and Mrs. Saul Jager; Michael, aon of Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Weltainan. — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 5:15 and S::io p.m. Sermon : "Blessings Oui "f Disguise." Saturday f a.m. Bar Mitsvah: fiary, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Ining SufflWi n. — • — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday vr> p.m Sermon: "Th Elehmann Verdict." Saturdaj 8:30 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Barry, ion ..i" Mr. and Mi.-. Irving Berland: Michael, son "i ; \lr and Mrs. Roj (Ireenberg. Sermon: "Weekl) Portion — • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday 5:30 and vi.". p.m. Sermon: "The Heritage of Jacob." Saturday • in. liar Mltsvah: Lawrence, son [ I of .Mr. and Mrs. C irol Rosi n -• — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen I Frldaj 5 and B:15 p.m. Si rm.in "Meaning of a Jew. Saturdaj 9 -i m Bar Mit/.Mih l.aur.i'cc. Bon of Mr and Mrs. Bamuel Epateln. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday 5 and 8:!0 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Great People Live Aft< r 'I'h, i I le." — • — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. i riday •" %  p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. — • — MINVONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643f. SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice I Klein. FViday MS P.m. Sermon: 'The Se| oral of Our Existence." Baturdaj t \ a.m. — • — TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. RabOi Max Zuckrr. Cantor Abraham Reisman. 1 riday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "'The Re-I BponUbiUtles of a J--w.'' Saturday 9 | a.m. Sermon: "Varlly T'is Lite." Bar Miazvah: Itilly. son of Mr. and Mrs Norman Leader. — • — TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Search for Toys anil the Search for People— The Conflict Created by This Boason." Saturday 11:15 a.m. Har Mltsvah: Allan, son of -Mr. ami Mrs. Har] old I'omerants. — • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "The '. •• ties .f I'i rd The Minute Men an.I the John Birch Society." Saturdaj 10:45 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Robert, apn Of Mrs M. II:. Smith. %  • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Soniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. ReconGEMS OF WISDOM If a man \trives to do what is in his power God will aid him to ttC' omplish what is beyond hi* pouiei BAHYA. • • ;•' you'ri [old '/ toiled and : belieri itol / did I I bi In t not; '/ toiled I ; belieti i \i MI i i thing thi SAADIA. • • • 7.'.. II \fort is twtce >• %  precious SAADIA On!-, in i fith tlffiwi upMreum I AZI RO\ • • \\' t musl strife and have faith. ,V'e shall triumph in the end. -i II.M'IKA I structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. !•• idaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Fifty v. .,i Meinorj and H"i"-" Saturdaj 10:30 a.m. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1726 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Friday s:30 p.m. Homecoming service for college students. Saturday it a.m Bar Mitsvah: Harry Wohl, son of Mrs. Bai bara W. Galvln. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. — • -• TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Ii. lav S:l". p.m. Sermon: "Wake t'l> Younger—How to Make the Most of Your Later Years." Sermon to lie based •'" • k written by Mlamians i %  %  Samuel Qertman and Miss Helen AIpert— a — TEMPLE JUOEx. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "With All the Duties and Privileges Thereof." Saturdaj 10:30 a.m. — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Cantor Edward Klein. i i idaj 8:l.t p.m. Saturdaj B a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Urine, son of Mr. and Mis Cornelius Kileillm. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." — • — TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: %  "Self-Acceptance." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Breslaw. Mlncha 5 p.m. Bai Mltsvah: t-'teven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Alpert. — • — TEMPLE S NAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach. Friday s:l". p.m. Sermon: "The Film Withheld from Mlamians." — • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday 8:30p.m. Sermon: "The Dorian Oraj of Oscar Wilde.' Ones shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Schlissei Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Israel's Prophecy—History FMpeata itself." — • — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Horn. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Thus Ktids the First Book of Oeneals—80 What?" Oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rossnlolc in honor of their ^.-,i.lmi; anniversary. Saturday a.m. Sermon; "Waeklj Portion." — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Friday &M p m. Sermon: "Blessings of Jacob." (meg Shabbat host: Mrs. Kdward Oreen be T g in memory of her husband. Saturday :30 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: CraiK, son of Mr. arrd Mrs. William 1 loodman. — • — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Nu. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Our December Dilemma." Saturday 9 a.m. .,.. an BSJBI CANDLUIGHT1NG TfMf 15 Tebet — 5:19 p.m. SSKJlilMl asrfc



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Pcce 14-A *Jeni§t Fhridiain Friday, Decembei 2 2. 1961 sen. JACOB Mvrrs 4 Capita/ View By HAROLD EIDLIN Russian Jewish Life Washington O NE OF THE most recent accounts of Russian Jewish ft h is b< < n I rough) back by Sen. Jacob K Javit ol New York. !i is a heartwarming and rtbreakins ?aga that the Republican lawmaker ates To near th Senator tell it. Russian Jews e > of limbo world that combines fear, ; ride ai d a e t( u< h ol defiance. Thi n is n< question, he reports, "that a bli jket silence has fallen on the entire Jewish comr. uni-. %  oi the Sc ;•• I nion But that is only the p' *lic image of the unorganized Jewish community. And < it is tru< nly foi one aspect oi Soviet Jewry's hie. In private—as in public—Jeware tearful ol talking up on the entire question ol Russian amis' mitism On the question of Jewish identification, I vi % %  : there is much they say—and much they do. Admittedly, Sen Javits says, he is no expert on the matter. Indeed, a look at Soviet Jewish life was rot even the purpose oi his trip which was an economic mission. But his 10 days in Russia—and independent inquiries — have convinced him that Russian Jews are valiantly attempting in as many ways as possible to perpetuate Jewish life This stream of Jewish consciousness takea variety Of form-. Most important, he says. isynagogue attendance. Despite such harassments a< arrests and the reportid closing ol several synagogues within the last few weeks. Jews continue to Hock to their houses of worship. Hardly ihe role of assimilating, non-b< lieving Jews, says Sen. Javits. wen the thousands ol Jev ii i he %  i had jammed sym les on I e High Holj Days He had the opportunity to obith his -. too. the well-attended Si b • %  in Moscow's Great Synagogue in which his briei stay But what made ressions upon him was the • k< up of the i 'lhc:r were large mini's of ; many ol them professionals ol ... kin if then acl all) exisits what the Russians call a loss ol in Judaism—religiouslj and culturally—it would be most apparent among the younger n. particularly among the professionals. Yet, obviously this was not the case. "Young Jews • • tly -till want to go to synagogue," .-ays Sen. irltj How else does one measure a people's faith? Sir, Javits says he discovered other yardsticks to refute the claim that Judaism is fast on the way to extinction within the Soviet Union. For example, he was told that so hungry are Jewlor cultural tidbits that the 25.000 copies of each issue of the new Yiddi-h language publication "Sovietish Heimland" are literally "snapped up almost as quickly as they appear on the newsstands." But most K uching of all. says Sen. Javits. were the stories he heard of Jews released from prison terms imposed for "Jewish activities" in the oreKhrushchev era who returned to synagogues—defiantly -rung back to the scene of their "crime" Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPL1N A One Sided View of Israel's History LONG IS THE ROAD TO FREEDOM. By Ya'acov Meridor. 298 pp. Tujunga, Calif.; Barak Publications, P.O. Box 18. $4.95. T HE AUTHOR OF this book was the -eionei in command of theIrgunj Zvai Leumi. the "terrorist" organization which caused the British — and the Haganah — so much trouble in the nt birth-years of the State of Israel. In 1945. the British captured Meridor and exiled him. along w.in other Freedom Fighters, to their detention camps in Africa. This is an account oi the years in prison, although some of the time was spent out ot prison: during the next three sears. Meridor managed to escape no less than five times. Of the book itself, however, there is little to be -aid The men were an adventurous lot. and their escapes were ingenious and difficult to manage. One time, they squeezed ;n-ide an oil truck and rode in near-suffocation lor four day.-: they posed as British security officers with forged papers arid incorrect passports: they dug a fantastic tun nel. Bui the chronicle, written without style and a great deal oi ego, begins to pall very quickly. Even courage idull it it inoi presented well. What i> more interesting is the introduction b> Stephen Longstreel readers may remember his "The Pedlocks Longstreet mentionthat the book first appeared in Jeru•alein in Hebrew, where it was a best-seller, and was published in English in South Africa. "But." he goes or:. "to appear m the I'nited States, it was neeo--ar> to form a new publishing company tor the purpo.-e. Somehow the America: public has been bedaz/hd by another version ot the Big lie They have been told that Ya Meridor and his men and women of the Irgun Zvai Leumi were terrorists not soldiers and patriots hut Hi. n r u knows otherwise However the new Jewish Slatefell into the hands ol those who had previously bii too fearful even to dream ol a free Jewish State Tl whom the lrgun presented a nation built no monumenti to the Irgun Rather, they have brainwashed historians ." and so on. in that vein. I find histatement fantastic on two count>. The implication that the book was refused publication because it glorifies the lrgun is incredible. For on< thing manv American publishers have little or no idea ol the >t nation's of opinion about the military groups in the pn Stati yean and couldn't care less: for another, a book b> a member ol the Stern gang was published by Yoseloll .. couple of years ago. It seems far more likely that it th< book were refused publication, it was that it isn't a verj good book. Secondly, to say that the Irgun "presented a nal a remark of such unreasonable hyperbole lhal it immediately casts doubt en the maturity of everythii e else Mr. 1 ongstreet has to say. .Many people ma\ disagn the philosophy ot the Irgun, yet hardh %  • i nc denies them their place in the whole glorious -i•!)< i ; things; but to u> to Mr. Longstreet's point is egregio and -imply untrue. There is a so a peculiar publisher's i • %  •• Burton Arthur Ravins, a short thesis on the attack oi of the Twentieth Centur) American bj "militarism, collectivism, and bureaucrac •• really have anything to with the book. rise to lascinating -peculation on the nal Arthur Ravins. United Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON The Horrendous Saga of Arab Refugee Debate United Nations A ll THE DIRE predictions maele here in the past about the viciousness ol the anti-Israel campaign to be launched th'S year by the Arabs participating in the current Arab refugee debate have turned out to be mere understatements. The fact is much worse than the progm nosis. The actuality is stranger than the strange falsehoods spread here loudly, verbosely and in absolute disregard ol all decency by all of the Arab deleates, including their chief calumniator. Ahmad Shukairy i f Saudi Arabia One must be' here to encompass it all. to %  ve it all. The news dispatches could not report more than the ights "i the an i-Israel attacks, ol all that Ihe Israeli n has had to endure here. It ihope!, however, • even the dispatches indicated that Israel was not the only sufferer While the Israeli delegation bore the brunt ol tin riirecl fire, the other delgajions had to undergo the same ordeal of listening to countless hours of wild, fantastic lies, fabrications, distortions ol historical facts and other verbal hocus-pocus trundled out by the Arabunder the leadership oi Shukairy and his cohorts, The brunl of the opening days ot the debate was carried by l rael's permanent representative here. Mich lei S. Comay. During the opening day of the commitl e neral debate," Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, did not even enter the committee room, as Shukairy raved away hour upon dreary hour. After a while. Mr. Comay. too. had to leave—turning over his place to Ambassador Gidon Rafael, the next ranking diplomat on the Israeli delegation. The next day Mrs. Meir came in. As she sat behind Comay—obviously not wanting to dignify Shukairy by her presence at the No. 1 desk—Shukairy directed some of his harbs personally at "the lady from Israel, sitting behind the gentleman from Israel." Quite properly, she still acted the lady—ignoring Shukairy This is not to imply that every word of Shukairy's long and repeated interventions was taken as gospel. At one point, while he was attacking the United States, he noted that the U.S delegate was engaged in conversation with -omeone nearby Shukairy was hurt, and said so. The American continued to ignore him. At another point, he draggeel in the name I Prof. Enrique Rodriguez Fabregat. of Uruguay, chairman ol that country di legation, and one of the most respi ct % %  %  of all IN delegates Why. of all people, did he hit at Prof. Fabregat? Could it be because he feared that 1 rof Fabregat, and other Latin Americans, might join somi Africans contemplating the introduction of a resolution calling upon the United Nations to take a fresh lo< entire "Palestine Question?" Such a resolution could result, ultimately, in ;• UN call for peace negetiat tween Ihe Arab states .>nd Israel—(he last thin, either Shukairy or his Arab friendwant. Between You and Me: BORIS SM3LAR The Song Was Appealing: It Made No Sense A MUSICIAN NAMED Frank Silver ** had someone call out to peddler I -king if he had bananas ana the (ireek had replied. "Yes, we| no bemnai Silver and a fellow musician, Sam Cohen, wrote a song about Some IS music publishers turned i n. but final';. I published and| it hit America like a cyclone. The song didn't make sense, but perhaps thai was its appeal. "':e Coolldge era—a time of proseat crash and people were more ed with dollarthan with -en-e. At tha' time they also told an anecdote about Coolldge ms that Silent Cal was being taken through the lux u reenhouses of the Dupont estate H( si i v.tic and fragile flowers and fruits of all descriptions bat the President kept mum as ah. Only when he saw the bananas did he break forth into ( h "Bananas." he muttered. It was then thought that it was a great compliment to bananathat it could make our most silent President articulate. Sam Zemurray whose passing has just been recorded in the pre--, was the banana king, of America. His storycould be told lrom many aspects. There was the economic and political involving the politics of South America. There was al-o the Mmpler aspect of banana culture and. I've been thinking, perhaps there i 5 a unique Jewish angle. lor the fad is the king Oi bananacame from Keshinelf. That city Of course, has grim associations in the Jewish mind. There occurred the terrible massacre which br*?". bv ItTemple Emanu-EI was founded 88 yei 11 pioneering families. Its Ctasarvative congres tion was organized 77 years ago by 12 fa I W • ^ inally as an Orthodox group. With ""^ Dallas—where the population has triple* %  last 25 years—the Jewish population '* about 19.000 residents, including wom< ui is.uuu resraenn, un-iuums • % %  years, Jewish citizen( 5 n inl involved in the iorefror Thn been worthwhile community project



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Friday. December 22. 1961 LEGAL NOTICE *Jenisti Fforidfar %  ii > vi< ; |HH I NO"'CF. UNDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ITICK is HKHKBY GIVEN I I • I •. '. • Ir'ns to i-nvue< i ... • %  hf fictitious 11 i ine ; \ i Yi:i'i.\ ai L'M'n N pla in-. %  •! u i., • %  i-it| .... •-.. i Ii i '..urn ). ilor KM SAP 12 ::%  : %  '. i : %  nl Ida [DAyeMu Page 15-A BY HENRY LEONARD FICTITIOUS NAME LAW H -i:':V DIV'W ll fit t ,; %  %  %  i % % %  firing In M • Ii %  rk-tillnlitj ii.-. •. i|" M VINTKN VNCK v '• i • % %  •nl sla, %  % %  : If lO register Kll.l I int) Flo \•• |i .\|i Ml hi • Ilu net v w mi I! : % %  -: %  I s-iJEWSjj FRAT^NAL ORDER|S62] ) 'fl Sr$& i i' %  I. NO T 'CE UNDER 'US NAME LAW :• HKHKBY OI\ KX i |< iins in enaagi • %  Ml II lOU* 11 • • X \ i Ml'ANY :ii MIA y • I l.i 1 L' i %  • I :. k .•• i he '' i-. lunty, Floi i i ,|i: • 'ORATION ow ner> % %  .i ,ER, A.--I Sectj l2/22-2:< ha i %  in %  i NOTICE 3V PUBLICATION IN T--E C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELE VE\TH :UO CIAL C'RCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNT" • ••>' r.u-*NCERY. No. 61C 13564 ....\. |. v .. I HEN. I i.lun SUIT FOR DIVORCE OR V TTIEN 102 ... | t New York v .. i %  notified thai a BUI or I tlvorce h .b< i n HI. I \ mi 11 •• required ol your Answer .-i BUI of Comol .im ••!%  the p tlfl -• kttorney*, C UN, IMS, dltKA) H • -il.AX, 8*80 West Flag"And I propose, Mr. Chairman, that our answer to this anti-semitic act should be a COURAGEOUS SILENCE!" Cop/. 1*41, 0o," Pisdwiiwii LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 12325 ROY I VVII.hIA.MS, I'hiii • l \ s JANIE CHRISTINE WII.I.I \ Ms. i • .nl.int. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V'" IAXII-: %  !!:..SY,.,:; vVII.:.l VMM Mi ia MARKS 'HCRCH !•.. i \ ; 1 IA II| : i. i • „ i IIIWWI r %  • %  Dlvm n->. C.F'oRt'E Xli'H' il. v.21 • N VV M l-"l.i ,ii l % %  %  • nl mil iIi Clerk if thin I %  • %  itl i n -. l-••;-_". other* Is Int w III be -1.:'. .ed ..-. v.. DATED November 27. I 1 i: VTHKRM ,.\ I in,I. "ouni y i'In %  >un -• al) H HKI.KN CESSL ',, • .. 5-15-22 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^Jenist IFhrSdiiiair solicits your legal notices. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates IHal I It :M05 lor messenger service %  HBHssBsasamHsV LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 61C 13269 i-i:i > I:I : A r. NATIONAL MORT ASS, MI vi-ii IM ... Plaint fl VS Rl IBKRT !! WINN, is T. iste. i Rankruptcv. ••:.-. Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT i Ti Rol ll Wlnti in "'• %  i %  • %  • In Rankrupti >. --r.I 121 T i %  Building. 140." K Street, N VV Washington, I %  and Richard Robedes and M irj Robedee, his I v in NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRKI'.Y UIV : il ;hunderKieni-d, denit ing I %  i-ngaf n ouslne8x under the fk-tltlous name if IHXIK I'RIX I'INU INK M '• %  4 S %  PLIERS ll '-" %  %  % %  • N VV ::.'• h A • Miami, Pin Intends to register -ml : ,. ft'ltl i -..•• k of the i 'in. lit i "nurl "i I'aJ L*ountj Ptorida, I.K.-I.II: Pi iRR< Sn i Owl LEONARD KA1.ISII Attornej for Vpn 162 %  duPont Bldg i-tn-21-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.riri: IS HEREBY GIVEN that i il. III., mi I Hie the i \ o Pl< adltm i\ the erU of the Circuit i •the 23rd da> of ; ', %  • [•' v ..u fail i" do >, bj default ill be taken il.-nmi ied i • Ii .1 -p jmli I... for tii.rebel mplainl in,\ ANII %  iROBRED at Miami, %  : da> "i I '• %  niibei. A. 11 -.! %  : • HERMAN, I-1". Uln .1 I ANUAY. i ierk ,„ j, -.,g IN T-'E CQ'JNTY JUDGE'S COURT ;\ i\D F")^ OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO 53419-A IX I: II V N used. NOTICE TO CREDITORS "i %  hareb.i notiXieil BJtd iny claims and -IIt you mas ha re ugi re o M \KY OOOl>MAN, de, %  • i >.ni.. County, FlorJudges' of I -'.lfile • he name i d i ill is rro led in Sei tb>n 1 i %  -• i %  i-.. i-i their "iii' • :i. i -, in i >...' %  < "ounIthln .-ix %  ile rtai the time "i i hi |. iblii • ,.r th^ .ime "ill -.1 Hat. it ,i i % %  Florida, thl 12th %  ir ier 1961. i HSKN, Ksy > • %  irn -i for Executor %  i i .. i | Fl TI i • 12/15-22-29, 1 "• IN T ME COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 54527-C :-• i .-of IRIS H I.KVI.NI-:. I'. ..I--I NOTICE TO CREDITORS I ''/-editors and All Peraonn H'^ %  %  m ... Demands AgalnM Said t%  >>\ notified %  nl i %  ., red •,, present any claim* and de" HIwhich you may have against tate ,.f MORRIS H. LKVIKK oi • I--.! | i.i.i.. Count). norths Count) JudeTM of Dade %  and file '.h^ name In duplicate pros idr 1 in Bection 7*8 16 1 Stal itea, In their office* in 'In County Courthouse in Pade CounPlorlda, within six ealendai •"..milii-.)in the time of the fir-i publication hereof, <>r the earn* iM b. bar • d. I '."•>! at M ami, Florida, this 29th %  'v of November, AD. il. PEARL 1.1: VIM: As Administratrix LEON v EPSTEIN Attorney i<>r Administratrix 4 -'" l.:i: /In ltd Miami Beach. Pla IL' !t-l.".-22-2i> 'N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 49630-B 'N RE: Estate of %  XIZAUI :m I;I >I,HSTKIN. Dscsaaet. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE in hereby Kiv.-n that I 1 "•filed m> l-'inal Repoli and I'etit'on fi r Distribution and Final DtaJJjarns > BJanseutor ..f the eatate of •••I.1ZABETH OOJLI>8TEIN. deceased: ""' ihnt on the l.'th day of January. w II i,,;,u to the Honorable Judges of Dade County. Florii-. ii of -ai.i Final R< P"1 for the distribution and final dis..,,,r the .-si.ii."( ne above-named decedent. This nth ) "i December, I • ,, HARRY MAHLER '.Ni.i.i, BLOME Attornej '" L'ni ..in Roa i M| nl Baoh, ii 12 15-22 29, : LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No. 54436-B IN RE Esl ite % %  HANKoKIJ 11 KEAN .... vJTICE TO CRED TORS To All i .-in.: All I'ersol 1 \ %  Ii : i' i % %  • • • : %  A Against S Estate 1 ... ..iid i notll i ind %  •! Ired I preseni : i: %  ml .1. in inds hi h you either "' ma) ha\ %  • ig i nst the ssl its • .-AM iRB II KEAN decease i i i i| Dade Count) Ploi Ida, t.. the Honorable Count) Judges ol Bade County, and file the same in their bffli es in th* i oi nt> Co irth >u.—In l>jdCounty, Florida, wlthli II endar months from the date of the rirst publl i %  i hereol Said la lins %  r .i.-iaan..r>, i-ontain the legal address of I I ilmanl ami to be i n t.. an i pr—:,!• %  .I .al iresu i -,ui>. M : be ban -i !— S : 14." i, : ite \. I l .,..i i • ember IS V P 196 M iLLIE KEAN ami iiL< >RI \ l IE IERK AExei il %  PS % %  ( .. win ind r %  iment >f %  -1 II Kean U eas s.\ N '•: %  •. ,\ MANNHEIMER \ • •.....• !:--.iti s • HI. dr. eased 12 22-29, I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C 13975 ESTELLK M WESSON, ., • HENRY Hl'fJi I WE8SI >N, I lefendanl NOTICE TO APPEAR TO HKNKY Hl'GO W BSSON, %  %  e Cnkonwn %  ,,.. : iy notll ii thai i plaint i r divorce has b. en filed against you In th.above styled court b> I-:.-I'KLI.E -\i v\ i..-.-".N. and >os are r.-r Ired to ser\ • %  i cop) o your Answer or other pleading to Hie Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, tleorg\. Mac Done 11, 504 Biscay ne Bldg Miami. Flo Ida, and file the Orlgli i Answer i r Pleading In thi ol • the Clerk of the above %  • -i %  ,. before the 8th da) ol Januury, 1982: otherwise Judgmenl b) default will b.taken against you i the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated this 6th da) • %  i 1961. r R LBATHERMA.N k ol i 'i". ull • (sea i By: K M. LYM w 1'. put) C'.erk 12 g-l".-22 -'• LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO.ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 60C 5251 VIOLA NICKELS, Plait \ CONNIE NICKELS Defends it NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl i Ci INNIE NIi'KELS uldr— %  YOL" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that i %  itnplaint bus nee i itieu tgaiiisi V'lol.A N'l-'KKi.s and therefore, you ar %  eq .: • I t.. tile > %  • ir Answer th the Clerk • %  ; the above Court and serve i cop; thereof u|...n ALFRED KREIS'LER Attornej for Plaintiff, 5o0 Ain.-i.... Building, Miami 32, Florida, >n %  > • %  >re thr lath day A January, 1962, otl i DePro C mfesso ^> I be Kiu.-r.-i i -; i in-* you. DATED this MII day i Di ember, E B t.i:ATin:r.siAN rteik of the C 'ourt (seal) By: K M LYMAN, 1 leput • Clerk ALFRED KREISLER \ y for t'lail \ ; %  :-.. i Buildii Miami .:_'. Florida 12 15-22-29, : 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 13146 CARTERET SAVINGS V.ND LOAN AS* M 'lATION. Plaintiff, B8N Cl \ M'Wl.N' and LIBBY VACOHN. his wife snd ELIZABETH M REPP, Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT r,i. BUZABETH M RKPP |gg4 12nd Street w...dside .7. New York y,,,, are hereb) notified thai '"" aboSi capUoned action has been lnstir„teN I. WOLFE, I.KI: Jl Hart Stre. i -..Ii... \. \ il rOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai i null ha.been br iuhi against you bDOLLAR SAVINC.S BANK "Iin;: CITY OF NEW YORK, In the above-entitle l Court I i fore. I %  -• %  D mortgage encumbering the follow tut described property, to-wit: :; CORAL WAV \ II.LAOE SECTION "A". PAR! iccording t.. th^ plat thereof, %  rded In PI • '' '" : • %  of the public rec irds I Dad Count% Florid .. Together with Venetian blinds: Caloric h In oven an i ine inits I \V MCX and BR-4 cul in.-tand you a''req ill ed to file your n n swer with the Clerk •' the Clrcuil Court of Ba-le Co inty. I lorl la, ..t tne ,.,.,..,.. :-.in M ami, Florida, on tti v 15. 1962. and to serve ,.,,,,. of such i newer upon DAN It' p CATSMAN, Plali tlfrs attorney, whose address Is Hth Floor al,101 Bus! Flaler Stre. t. Miami 12. Fl • ,j ,req lired b) th* Laws ol Flo [da! If v all to do >, the c ini pla.nt will be taken as c mfessed b> ?ou and a Decree Pro I'-nit---' *H • ntered lgalnsl you for the re lei demanded In the complaint. DATED tins "' da) ol December. K B I.FATHERMAN Clerk •>!" the Circuit Court (seal) B K M LYMAN, Deput) Clerk DAVID P. CATSMAN Mth Floor at 101 B. Plagler Bt. Miami 22. Florida „ /t5 8 ,.2. j wife and all par! %  or persons ii 11 Ing or claiming to i> i \.anj right, title or ll teresl In tii.real property herein descrlb-1 ed, residence unkm i A < Yi >i' are h•-. b\ notified I hal the ii.. .v. .....%  • i • ha ... iii%  •! i vi inI % % %  Court ..' •' ludiclal 'ircuit of Florida in in.I for i lade '' unl • to foreel ,-.. ,,, %  %  %  %  • desi • Ihed i il pro isrtv Lot 15 Block 25 FIRST ADDITION TO MYRTLE Oft' >VE i -.-i-iIn • the Pint thereof, r< i irde l In Plal Book "•: U Page S >f the Puhll. Rei ,.r.iof 1 is I'" iuntv Floi ids togethe w Ith Hotn dnl R f 1 leraoi Model N'.. EF-10 and Venetian Blinds V..II are required I i anv %  %  to plalnl Iff's imn ilnl with the Clerk of thi i %  • %  %  •. I '' • rr>ifl serve • plaintiffs attorni HF'.NRY H ARRiNOToN 1034 N vv Third Avenue Mian Florida, no! later thin J.inuarj l ".. 1962, .iia Decree Pro Coi I— • ill %  %  • i lealnsl j Dal-. I December 11. I1 i: B LKATHERMAN ci. rk of the Circuit r I — an Hv K V LYMAN D^putv HENRY II ARRlNi 1014 N \v Th!I Avi n Mi iml 16 F o da 12 15-22 %  %  >ui.i.. i-'. BENJAMIN D l.i: BOF'F E ALBER Vttorne' • ir V.ppli< ml I 162 W Flagl T -• M %  %  i ?-15-21-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE s HF:RF:BY GIVEN thai ili.. II I. des %  ag .-;•In businesx undei the ous name of il.AVI'.'.N INTERNATIONAL at 1S20 \.\v. uii.I Avenue, Miaxn blorlda Intends to register sa B ,-l.rk ..i the I'II-. ii C Dado Count) Plori 11 ALFRED III %  i:i.vv \I:I> ll TERRY Attorney for twner v N.K. 9rd St • Miami Shores, Fl irlda 12/8-1 22 "i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREEtY UIVEN tn.it the underslgm lesiring to engage In business under thi I I tio ime \l IDERN v-s. CIATES ll Washington Avei Mian i-'., nteiids -' %  said M :-ii H • Clerk thClr Court of I 'a.ICoun I I'.K.I >RflE vv ZLMMERM VN VON /.AMI', A KR VVITZ Vttnrne) s for Appi i"7 I.in. uln Roa I %  •ON NOTICE OF AOPL CA FOR TAX DEED Fl-52251 NOTICE IS HERI IY DIVEN th • % %  Nathnniel vv s. .: %  h I. .'-i • •-. Mil T i v Certificates niimbi red *tV) at % % %  iated the 1st B •'•-• A '' 'i rib I said rtil ,--:•-. %  rfl %  • ui.i has % %  i le ipi I itlon tai di %  i -,, Issue thereon ii lance wltn law said ce rlfli embrace thi following desi ribed pr ipe t) Mtuated n Dade County, SI >' ,; %  "'' %  •• to a iI .,• -. Block 26 Twi Ifth Street ManPlal Book Page 59 In the | City of Miami, C tunt) ol Da le s-itof Florida, iembraced n Certificate No TOO The assessment r( said pr rt) under tne g ,„i ,... %  tif rate Issued %  is in the name of Cnknon I Lot I 1 Less s '• Street, Block i. Mark Subdl rtslon., Plat i k i Page 2 In the Clt) of Miami, Counn of Dade. Sti I Florida, as embraced In Certi'lente No 1070, Tl,^ assessment "f said propert) under the said certificate I was In the name of Unknown Unless .-..i i certificates shall be redeemed according to taw. tax deed .-., i are hi rebj n itlfis I tba.1 'no Romba.v Hotel I by ulrt te of a landlord's I "' the la l -' the >' la, will the following items, to-wit: L' mink stoli I Rft 1 Table Model R id i Re. rd i 1 iressi :: Pair ol I ndli > : %  Bathing Suits 4 Pair ..f Sno The sale will be hel n I ittu iry 2, • ;..;-_• ,1 to A.M., al the Bombay Hotel, al •' % % %  iii and Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Floi Id i TALIANOFF. WALLER 4 I.ITMAN Attorneys for Bomba) Hotel iL'.i Lincoln Road, Miami Beacb 12/1-8-15-22 NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:REBY GIVEN that the undersigned, %  -siring to engage m businesy under the fiutitioiu name "f SHORE BAKERY at J'-lt S.W Bth Street, Miami, Florida Intends to register said nun.with the I'lerk of tho Circuit Court .!' Dads County, Florida. i ,v M BAKERY O I Bv; Benjamin Esposito, President OBO'ROE, AMES & KITI'KK Attorneys for FA % Baker) I' •. i Florida corporatl >n I1A0 S.W l-irsi St Miami ::•>. Flor d I __ S-15-22-29 CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 61C 12174 Kl.lNelt LOCISK STEIN, Plaintiff. GEORGE SAMUEL ST KIN, '^CE'BYPUBL.CAT.ON rOU OEOROE SAM I Kl. STEIN, ,.,.Bryan St., Ant. L, DallM *> %  Texas a re notifh-d to serve a copy o Jwuver to Divorce Complalnl filed against you on Plaintut %  attorney (JEOROE NICHOLAS, 1218 NW V, s ;. Mto.nl, KI.,. and fU 'Iginal with Cork of this Courl on or before Januar) 8 1962. o rwl comptainl W IH be confessed by you. I>\TI."I> December I isi Ir. UQATHBRMAN. Clerk i. HELEN KESSLER beputyCI^ |:\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54494 IN RE: Estate of VIVIAN ANNA PACE, I .nm-rly ANNA QERSTEIN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS •r„ All Creditor* and AII Persons Haying Claims or Demands Against Said You arthereby notified and reoulred to present any Claims and ilemunds which you ma> have a-fiinst the estate of VIVIAN ANNA PACE, formerly ANNA GERSTEIN. deceased late of r>ade County. F lorida, ,,, the County Judgeof Dade County, •ind file the same in dunli.-ate and as provided in Section 7S3.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the COIM* t> Courthouse In ind.County, Florida within six calendar monthfrom th.-' time of the first publication hereof ..Ithe sain.will be barred Dated at Miami. Florida, this J7th das of November, \.i> I 1 *"! ALFRED 7.. PACE As ESxecutor CHEREN& OOLDBN Attorneys for Executor 607 Ol) mpia Building Miami ::J, Florida 12 S 15-22-29 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 61C 13031 RICH VRD JOHN WOLF8TELLER Plaintiff. I (ilSKI.I.A WoLF'STELLER. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: GISELLA WOLFSTKLLER P. I.aza I 'IT' Ouayaqull. Ecuador Yot' ARE HKIll HV NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you A copy of your Answer must be served on Plaintiff's attorney, JOSEPH vv MALEK, 407 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original In tne offl th.Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County, Florida, on ->r before the i Ith day of January. ; M!, Herein fall nol or Decree Pro Confesao may be taken against you for the nli.-f prayed for In the %  tmpla Inl DATE! > -h l1 '"'". 1961, at Miami B i. ii. Dade County. Florida E B LEATHERMAN Clei (seal) B) K vi LYMAN, Deput) Clerk ,-1 -.-22-29



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Pipage ISA vjewisti Meridian Friday, December 22, 1 961 Italian Beats Defamation Charge Climax of the testimonial banquet honorinq Mayor Robert King High was the presentation of a gold "Volunteer of Valor" plaque by dinner chairman Chelsie J. Senerchia for Mayer High's personal leadership in behalf of the Aronovitz Heart Pavilion at the new Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Flanking the duo are Judge Simon E. Sobeloff (left\ U.S. Circuit Court, who delivered the principal address, and Dr. Kurt Peiser (right), toastmaster. Others who participated in the program were Stanely C. Myers, board chairman, and E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the hospital development fund. JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire ROME—The Council of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities instructed its president Tuesday to seek a meeting with the Italian Justice Minister concerning an unprecedented criminal court rulins which acquitted an Italian magistrate of charges of militant antiSemitism. The case involved Giovanni Durando a Turin magistrate, who is editor of the Voice ot Justice. The periodical, in i's .May ti. 1961 is sue. published an article fierce!} attacking the trial in Jerusalem ct Adolf Eichmann and declaring that 'Catholics cannot an-.i must not forget that Jews are God killers.'* and that as such "up to our days" Jews should be deprived of the possibility of being judges of anybody not belonging to their progeny." The article also declared that 'having crucified Christ"" Jews were "totally deprived of any sense of morality."' Judge Duranc'.o was promptly denounced to Italian judicial authorities by several Italian Jews for "vilification of the Jewish religion and defamation of Jewish citizen*." Before a jammed Genoa courtroom, Hujo Levi, president of the Turin Jewish community, and more than 50 other Italian Jews aopeared with their artornsys as suing parties against the magistrate. Judge Dura.'.do appeared with out a lawyer. He contended that the subject o! the charge against him hould be cons'tiereti "'an ideological matter." He .said that while he had not written the article, he assumed full responsibility for it. since he had read it and approved it before publication. He said the article had been written by "a deeply religjous person" whose name he would not disclose. In his defense, the magistrate said that the article "stresses the historical and theological principles of my religion." He cited historical theological definitions of lews as "Gcd killers." and insisted he had nothing against Jews personally. "for I consider them iiy brothers." He said that during World War 11. he fought with the partisans "and saved many Jews." The article, he declared, simply .repeated "what the Apostles Paul ir.d Luke already stated." The attorneys ft* the complainants declared that the defendant's arguments were similar to those used by Hit'er in 1931, and rejected, the contention that the article had been written to emphasize 'some religious principles. They declared that they contested the magistrate's "right to state that his faith is better than that of others and : that therefore those professing a different religion are to be considered immoral." %  The lawyers also reminded the court that Pope John XXII had joerscnally ordered the deletion of the phrase "perfidious Jews" from the Good Friday liturgy. They asked for damages of 500.000 lire S800) to be turned over to the Association of Deportees to Nazi Concentration Camps. The public prosecutor declared in his summation that Judge Durando had trespassed the limits of honest criticism and also had con structed his thesis on false religious principles. He asked an U. month jail term and a penalty of 50,000 lire ($80) for the defendant, In his closing statement, Jud ?e Durando asserted again that be did not mean to offend Jews, and i that he had been inspired entirely by a profound religious faith He asked for acquittal. After two hours of deliberation, the coe'rt acquitted the de fondant of the charge of vilift. cation of the Jewish relvjioe "because the fact does not can stitute an offense" and of HM charge of defamation of J twill citizens "because of lack of evidence." The defendant sail !: % %  peal to a higher courl felt he deserved an ui acquittal rather than on lack of evidence day, the public prosecut r filed an appeal against the ..> [iiit tal with a higher court IT'S A NEW EDITION AND IT'S FREE TO READERS OP THIS PUBLICATION Beth Tfilah Elects Officers Cantor Samuel Gomberg -will again head the Temple Ner Tamid annual concert to be held next Jan. 13. Program will include Hebrew, Yiddish, Israeli and classical selections. Shown at a rehearsal session are front (left to right) Canter Gomberg, Mrs. Anna White, Joseph Schreibman, director of the New Tamid choir. Mrs. Helen Glazier, and Mrs. Lillian Samuels. Rear are Jack Weinstein, Mrs. Leo Paul, Samuel Greenfield, ritual director. Mrs. Gertrude Mogel and Joseph Scharlin. Accompanist is Hy Freed. Program committee includes Surfside Councilman Louis Hoberman, Frank Cohn, Charles Abramson and Dan. Piver. Newly-elected president of Congregation Beth Ttilah is Istdor EL Kramer, who previously served as president for three terms. Kramer is active in numerous religious and community organisations, including the Chassidic Lu bavitcher. of which his late father was one of the founders in the United States. Elected to serve with him are Rev. Joseph Kra.itz and Paul Weiss, vice presidents: Louis Mer witzer. treasurer: Joseph Meyers, financial secretary; and Hyman Zaidman. recording secretary. Rabbi Jcseph E. Rackovsky will be installing officer at a future installation meeting. This Is the 24-Year HebrewEnglish Calendar, latest re. vised edition. 80 pages. Every Hebrew date, day of the'week, equivalent date in the general calendar, every Jewish holiday, October 1940 to Septa* ber 1964. For a fret copy, wn'f t to H. J. HEINZ CO. LHH n Dept. J2, Pittsburgh 80; PJ. B'nai BVith Youth Convene Some 150 Jewish high school students representing B'nai B'rith Youth chapters in Florida will gather for the annual convention of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization at Camp Owaissa Bauer. Naranja. Fla.. from Dec. 27 to 31. it was announced by Eli Hurwitz. president of the Miami BBYO board of directors. The group will be assembled by Lee Sandier, president of the A.leph Zadik Aleph and a senior at Coral Gables High, and Judi Meitin, a high school senior in Orlando Judge Milton A. Friedman, president of BB District Grand Lodge 5. and Mrs. Alfred Reich, president District 5 B'nai B'rith Women, will greet the convention body. Dr. Irving Cantor, national program director for BBYO, Washington, O.C., will participate* in the convention and address the group. VQUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson Union Highland FRanklio Focus of the convention will be on •APeople-to-People" program in Latin America, a peace conference for youth. Israel and leadership training B'nai B'rith Girls will consider •Place of BBYO in a Christian Society." 'Judaism and Morality." "Youth and the Freedom of the Press" and "Leadership Training." Highlights of the convention will include an oratory contest for boys and an oratory and story-telling contest for girls. Coordinating the four-day event are Kenneth Friedman for the AZA. and 3onnie Frankel. Hollywood, for the BBG. 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the W GROVE ppy mid-winter family reunion fcr the Irving W< tins and I Sarah ShapoH nexl week T r Boa Shapoff. h Man Westin and their youngsters. David I | 2, from Teaneck, N J., will be housegues s pan I :-\ ng Westin. at 1021 West 46th %  • Beach associate professor of | • • Colum1 1 sity, and Bea is working on her ....%  • • degree at the Little David told h..grandmothti last year that |j in oiur home goes to school "... her family taking "time out'" from higher education to e holidays together are (he Shevachi ol 324(1 Prairi< !( n Sh vach is in his first year at Stati i • sit; 1 N< w own&lati Medical Center in Bi ol yn. hi late father, Dr. 1 ph Shevach's alma mater Allen's on an Amcri y ,: Education Foundation Honor holarship given bj i Sew York Earned the award on (he Irei th of his ; Johns Hopkins University, where he received his BA in 1 He's a i!t">8 graduate ol Beach High Sister 1 n senior at pnp school in Palm Beach, will be home nexl t Mother 0!' the two young peopli Helen She vach, audi graduate of the Univei 5 ol Miami with a BS in as recently invited to membership ii rheta Sigma, 1 ionorary in nursing S up will : time friends, Dr. Irving Kupcsmitl David 1 lh, Mom Brooklyn. • • icktail party for 150 guests at I 1 5755 S\V n Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman will anno.; ement 01 their daughter, Susan, to Martin Bakalar, 1 1 • Mrs Victor (Lillian) Bakalar, o! ng. L.I. 11M i leel is an alumna ol the University ol Mil i ind belongs to on Phi At present, sin's with Flaglor Federal ce is a sophomore at New York University's dental school li rnit Mpha Omega Here lo extend best v. • %  i o uple will b Susai bn ihcr, E his wife ft :.. ;..-! where he's a r porter on (tail) nowspapei 1 I be I ..." and 11 li Si %  '.. r julies, Mrs. Jules Blo h .. b H. Kaplan, rabbi pic Israel, is to seeing his manj frii • < Id-timi I a recepl n his home. 1 y n Sui : • ii hi noi ol ins 87lh birthda; • >•-.< %  I wii U 1 \ Lsil >rs to the Gold e %  • E. S > %  : Baltimore, back to sep *'ith son blic relations executive now livinj Sheciera, who lust r e t urned trom a thrill-] eked i tour, is younger son Mark, .. to al I ici ler J Mas acbusetts lur snow-bud with a winter residence at 4455 Nauti di Sylvia (Mrs. David) Glasser, here from Johnstown, Pa., v. here ; Is the r si of her time — that is, when 1 isn't traveli ;.. %  climes Most of ihe past summer was spenl revisiting and scenes in all Ihe major cities of Europe A trip to • which she hadn't seen in 18 years, when it was called • astounded her with the many changes and amazing -made there %  ..'(} Mrs. Herbert Shapiro met over 30 close relatives who nverged on New York recently from ..s far away as Caliand South Africa to attend the 53rd wedding anniversary 1 % %  <: %  •::;; en of Herb's parents Additional congratulations wen 1 'id (0 Herb's brother who uses the pen name. J. Bennett is third novel. "So Sweet. So Wicked," Is swiftly climbing the Her ladder. • The George Levensons celebrating their 40th anniversary with ... cruise through the Caribbean and South America on the %  £.nca C" ... >ver 70 youngsters and their parents quests ol Peg and Mac II at a water-skim^ and barbeque partj last Sundaj I" ng at I'randon Park was a reunion lor (amp Universe %  I be a happy holiday for Ted l.ar.dcMiian after all H back, doing suavely whatever il is that mana do, at v uu's hotel alter a session in Mercj Hospital. • %  < a 60th birthday for Art Pekelner and h. 1 1 rau d with a party at their home in Ci happy group included dan-:.; i Fine, who flew down for the occasion Iroin their t d, NY. Their two offspring. Ricky and \-\/:>< %  .\ 1 the trip too. but that evening they were park< I back at ini other cut-of (owners were the Al Pravers. trom Ka Mo.; the Isador Hammers, from Palm Beach; ai Ihi rra.m ffmans, and Edward Spers, from New York .. .: ong the local tolk enjoying the festivities. wen [he 1 1 1 I and Bernard Blooms. Mr. and Mrs. Morton -I Harris, mo J seph Miltons. Mrs. .loan De.telbaum. Mr. and Mrs. R Shnlman. '' %  Harry Friedmans, Mrs. Bea Stern. Mr and Mrs. Sam uc krais. the Louis E. Goldmans, Eugene Massins. Alvin twin. Hums. Buddy Beckers, Mrs. Claire Collins, the Thomas Mclaiis, Mike" Green Dropping in after al and drinking a toast and Mr and • Julius Hesr.ieks and tending a wedding earlier in the evening the "birthday bo> were the Samuel T. Sapiros William D. Singer. More than 200 band-made loys and children's dress. IS were recently presented to the Child Welfare Division of oman s "W.rU ~Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday. De Section B At the recent Brar.deis University, Women's Solomon Margolis, president of Miami Beach Committee cc::feie::ce are (left to right) Mesunit; Harold Goldberg, national preside:-.:; dames Sidney Schwartz, chairman; Abrom and Aarcr. Fan, luncheon chairman. Sachar, wile of the president of the university; Among the many fashionably attired ladies who attend Cedars of Lebanon reception and banquet last week honoring Mayor Robert King High were (left !c t hi Bookbinder. Mrs. Michael Tobin ar.d Mrs. I nedict Silv (See 'Charmingly Yours', Page 7-B.) ivetr.tiy presented to tne him weuwc ••= Department of Public Welfare bj 35 senior *££; AEPHl Alumnae Plan LUHCheOR olm Ross Day Center of Senior Day Centers, a umtea r Mtrm *mnm**m Malcolm Ross Day Center, assisted the sen "• CIUMM the dolls, stuffed animals, pull toys and chiWren,1 %  .Juliet Burke Mrs. Rita Prosnitz, Mi irodenjky Hie Kauffmann were among the Coun. therwith Miss Bettj Jo IcL. .1 van Toch, stall occupati Ali h %  E| silon Thi Ah.mnac Assn. .-eater Miami will hold its anh 0 ] daj bruncheon on Wednesday, ;; 30 a.m.; at the Algiers hotel Enlcri will be p bi Larrj K %  reservations 13 Catalonia, Coral %  • %  -• an Spin r, 612 Ulcers oi i • are prei Mori • i 1 e president, Mrs Arthur Gilbert; corresponding Howard Katzcn; recording secretary, Mrs, Stt nley R s. Richai Brandeis Women Meet in Confab Southeast area conference of Brandeis University, National Women's Committee, held on Dec. •1 and .5 at the Eden Roc hotel accomplished a three-lold purpose, according to Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, Miami Beach, chairman. 1: afforded the delegates from the ix slaterepresented to meet with rational officers, "both beneliting from the personal rapport." "The workshops not only brought forth singular problems for which solutions were sought, but a wonderful exchange ol ideas, not otherwise possible," said Mrs. Schwartz. Mrs. Aaron l-'arr. of Miami Beach, was chairman ol the luncheon at the close of the conference, which also served as the firs] of two general meetings a year held i> the Women's Committee The newly • establish) d Miami chapter • %  *.!-. installed al the I'uncith Mrs Joel Meyers as president Mrs. Abram L Sachar, wife of the pn id( nt of Brandeis Universily, was honored guest speaker in a discussion ol the problems facing university administrations today Urs. Solomon B. Margolis is presidei 1 ol Ihe Miami Beach chapter, which was hostess chapter for the Southeast area conference Gurion Branch Meeting Slated Bei Gurion Branch ot Farband meet Thursday evening. Dee. 1 (he Cultural Center, 842 on ave %  • hs, president, said the business portion oi the meeting will be conducted by Mrs. Miriam Halpirn, vice president oi the branch. To be presented is the slate of officers prepared by Mrs. William Beckwith, chairman of Ihe minatina committee. Bernard Furman, cultural chairman, will


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Poge 2-3 Q'Jinitt fkirSrSiari Fxidcy. December 22, 1%! Jjcacfi It t ontan Csxhilits &4rt in Grove Cjallcry Kams to Mark Four Occasions 1 ,_.-.. V "... rman's i ne-man Bl Mirell Gallery in ( .. ove is her first ill era! yei : ^d for ej .the, i I ;m:in i %  %  imI through the the 1 apes ons. A graduate, with h from the 1 sity Sen.' il 1 1 Art. i Dg her four : %  ars there. -Mrs. germai won the Weir paintitig prize, thi English scholarship art prize, arc! four times, the i x Arts first medal. She then acceptec a Fellowship in Ar: offeree by the Tiffany Foundation. Recently, she was piven aoncmai show a: the Norton Gallery oJ Art in Paim Beach, and is currently '.:.'. of the 12 artis s invited to exhibil at the Spnngiielri Muoei ring the Miss Universe Sal Fifth Avenu %  • al ur( prize-v ini ing portraits beauties painted by Mrs. Vcui On. of the p irtraits : i by Madame -Chang, daughti r-inw I the former Amti ador 1 the 1 i n won ti THE PERFECT DESK PEN SET FOR HOME CR OFFICE 1 No. IIS FOUNTAIN DISK PEN SET BWKKNT, ECCNCMlCAl WTTM THE R GUT POM K>R *HE WAY YOU WRITE ALSO AVAlLABlf ATTRACTIVE CCGKS BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPL'ES & EQUIPMENT 212 N.I. 59th STREET MIAMI T.I. PL 4-3457 %  ;-.-£ %  N.E. 1st AMI STRI •T — %  J. F* 3-572? STEVESS OFFICE SUPPLY 16C8 WASHINGTON; At. M AMI BEACH Tel. JE 8-7205 %  Z?* MJGUST BROS Rv e 15 the BEST' Reyna Younaermcn ct work on cne of her canvases r.cw showing c: the Mire'.'. Gallery in Coconut Grove. ... ... local collector! include her Sections, Sin 1 Fishers the Leo R the David hi ch %  'he .. ... Albert ChisfTfl ... !*? (. m!n"Wc!TrnVi .... • J. seph KnapFS. i al ( • %  •••>' % %  il years Mrs ncentrated on the I sea] A collec. .,...:. tci nes, mangrove canvasc -. am boat si 1 nes is inrrenl exhibition. re -t. ies and rr.cther-and1 hild 1 nth a so are prominent in th collection. In addition to being a busy painter and the wife of realtor Alexander Youngernian, Reyna finds time to take part in many civic activities and organizations. She is currently hospitality chairman for the Council fir International Visitors, an active member I :nc Blue Dome Artists Society, and class representative for th< Yah Art School. ., idith V Gindy. the Youngi rmi r.s iest daughter, v. ho has devoted 1. great deal of I •. • .... il ... has turned pture, Four ibited in con. -..--. • of her ...• and the Beaux Arher te. through Josepl ; si'. -rn ri m< d art Ji n. 6. 1 to 6 1 the Mirell the first to > • CocoMr. :%  : 1 %  [. t Reyna Y in s ermans Many 1 ; Lois Lczarus To Show Art Byman Kam *g 1 j /ents on 11 "•' % %  'Pi' 52nd wed! Mrs : fe %  elec • :,, £ 'fourth %  *"&*• na^pranlrirti pervisor <: Bell T;>rah ancou that par r.tj : with tea as( we< •. ti .-> -s both the program • lh( ass and mdh orr<_r-.... %  • dn n. In the schoc ; ri gram thi ,vas devcti childn 1 i %  naking %  • \ an weather measi:: n mts and .•; %  • 1 v day v eather t rdit'crs, The : ... ••'; < pet" in : •vili be big! b; and • al th< Lr-s Lazarus • I %  • 1 • Jac. { • '•: L zarus • has •' %  %  • Museun ainter %  :. I • .: sculptor ( harh Sah 1 at thi New Gallery Dean Gallery I 0 h in ... the Nortc n Gallery 1 M am Bei ch Art Center. 'Sistie Award' Luncheon Here Firsl annual "Sistie Award" ci Sisterhood of Temple SI on %  •-s held Wednesday Harvey E K: sterpresii '":.' "this is ni e history of Siscf Ten Bi !h Ic-m • • -• ... SiStl r.i rmet spi tee 1 tre Mrs. S : j er. Mrs J • th a ay -. Mrs • ] ; H< rsel u o Si %  ucketf men. %  '.: it rosu Sreent w a = immiUee, charge ci decorations were Berfeoian, Mrs Jerome GreeiK Mrs. Albert Reibel, Mrs Eli Ht'/.ztr and Mrs. Abram .-. • feature* was 1 fashion snow by Velaa ar,<_ 1-e^.g;. '.: Arthur Godfrey rd. Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! #m*sA NO Sugar ND Spices ra Famous love affair! Kosher franks—great! Heinz Vegetarian Beans—terrific! Kosher franks and Heinz Vegetarian Beans. •. mmm, stop! Shop! For tonight! 1 i i: NO Shortening 'lkJL> 11 IOJOJ&L^ uricLs tLb Xajtfju The Q) Seal of The Union Of Orthodox Jewish Ccr.gregations Of America i£ on the label



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Friday. December 22. 1961 •JteRtiffi fkririirtjn Poge J 5 Lorber Chapter Plans for Gala Final plans arc bcin formulaled this week by members of Lorber chapter. Jewish National Home for Asthmatie Children, for the organization's New Year's Eve affair. The function will be held Dec 31. 9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.. at Hibiscus Auditorium. .Music will be by the Stereo-tune v Committee is headed by Mrs Sidney Sachs and Mrs Irving Markus. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Robert Bender and Mrs. Arnold Grossman. Others are Mrs M. Guberman. publicity, and Mr-. Morgan Lew, decorations President of Lorber chapter is Mrs. Julian Cde. Funds raised will be used to support the children from Dade county who currentIj are p tients at the Home ;:i Denver, Colo. Making Lorber chapter New Year's Eve preparations are (left : ght) Mrs. Sidney Sachs, Mrs. Irving Markus. Mrs. Arnold Grossman, and Mis. Robert Bender. Unique Debutante Ceremony to Present Young Ladies to Distinguished Officials Adding to the gaiety and sparkle (i the Ambassador's Ball to be hid under auspices of the Israel Bond Organization Wednesday at "hi Kontainbleau hotel will be a tu vi 1 ceremony to be introduced lure for the first time anywhere ir the United States. Vis. Anna Brenner Meyers, i man of the diplomatic corps >: hosts, pointed out that an ini vation of this year's AmbassaBall Will he the presentation r .: debutante ceremony of a group i Miami young ladies conu-ol age. The young lar.ies will be presented to Ambassador Mordekhai erson and Mrs Shneer-on and (iov. Farris Bryant and Mrs i ant. Ihose eligible to come to the assador'a Ball will be eligible ti have their daughters or grandliters presented. This includes i "61 Trustees, Builders, Guardians • I d Sponsors. 'pong those to be presented i<> Ambassador Shneerson and Gov I yanl are: •i. r, daughter <>f Mr and Mr* i tbramaon, SO It t*i alrle a\ • kiiih; daughter of Mr. unit Mi %  • >• %  \. Raaktn, 1819 KerdTnm il el., i • i I:;,I,I..-; jan< i foon r Hi '. ib. | Ki-HndUaimhttr i.f Mrs. Kannic Cooper, I• i. :i %  i11u .i I i>. _> l.i : H.ii. %  )..-• ilHIIKhlei .i Mi ind M B mi n l l aiikfl, 1211 i 'hm %  HVI Win. v i;. ti, I,IIitiiiin, Rvamlilaught.-i "f Mr. and \lr-. Hen %  l i •. r %  • :> IV Baj Hai Ihir .it Miehi-te and Arline, tlaushw ..i Mi UIKI \> Murr:'i I i i*-inian, I:I.;.I i:. dr.; Kiln I' mihj. duiqihtei of Mr and Mrs l.-o Celvan, %  %  K. '.ill i Donna Kraneen, duiilihlei' <.f Mi mid Mr* li In; tenet, IJiM Toll do, l % %  < til I :." %  '. %  -. Kla> no, (taughti • %  Mi ind M oi.ry li'llwl %  lain \ K Mlnml |i.: Mona IJOUIC* and Konja Ste|iliani:i, daiiuhti i• I Mi %  il Mm l.ulw (il.,--. lis I'.ii. ..\Sandra, daUKhli r of J d Mrs. Moe LaiiRH. :'.,i i;u;. i., di i "o-al HaMi loan Xam v. ilauii • f Mi and M r* '.. IH>M '.I'll iVIIInl -i Coral il II.-., i li. r l en, daURliti I ol M 11 HM I., %  \ I:., %  • %  .li Ri.sHtlnd VIM.I. daughter of li and Mn |r inl.-ir in.in. !83 I I.HIIIUKO dr.; i %  da >; : %  ol Mr and M SHI I itoi 8.VS.1 Allison rd.; II I li and Mi Mill" n l.n. IK I'Uli m. I Kan n I • de, daimhti i %  I li ami I Mm i "inM l.> 'I"'' •"•"'" ,: '" i rd Xan i; Kiandil;nmhl< r of Mr u nd Mi Mi •'in' r Ma %  %  %  i \ i-1 11.1, •,. r.i. tin' in•. %  •< Mm Anna B • I Meyen -"-' V I M l.ldo di Ki-edi He, di nuhi.f ••'' Ml \\ Mlllon X i>-i'.i' m, 8605 Allison Rli ki, daupltti • '.i Mr. and Mi. lark s IVipiek, IN Buj id. i \,i. I. itriimld iuhler .-f Mi r Miriam Press, ''i' Ird HI Vnn R llornsli In, Ki-andda iRht< i "f Ml and Mm Joseph Kami % % %  % %  SW th ,'i, I'.nh Susan, urandduua'hlei' ..l \i, ,. \i : i.. ihard, MR" riia** Mesifta Friends To HoSd Tea Firsi mi m her ship t e a of the Friends ol Mesifta Senior High School will be held on Tuesi noon, Jan _'. in the home ol Rabbi ;ii"l Mrs. Alexander S. Gross, 1312 Koyal Palm ave., Miami Beach. Mrs Harry Lerner. president, said the goal in the current drive is 250 members The Mesifta, the only Hebrew allda} senior high school here, at i4io Michigan ave. now consists of a Kith and llth grade, and also provides dormitory facilities for outof-town students. Mrs. Aaron La tier, an officer of the school, will act as chairman of !lie te;i Rabbi II. Louis Rottman, spiritual leader of Beth Israel Congregation, and vice pre ident of the Mesifta, will be guest speaker. Beth El Ladies Have Doner Fete Belli KI Congregation Sisterhood held a donor dinner Sunday evening at the Strath Haven hotel. Donor chairman was Airs Max Rappaport. Mrs. Phillip Kostick was co-chairman. Greetings were extended by Mrs Jack Shapiro, president of Sisterhood; Abe I'hiel. president of the congregation; and Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader. Mrs. Solomon Schiff. program chairman, led a "sing along" program. Also entertaining was Mrs Fanny Ames, of Wens Beach, N.H. i • Marilyn I Isaai son, : %  r I ill r rd Mr and Mi H Louis H It lid nli k, US Ti lllu av< .. Co i .%  I iiaides .Vi.ii..i Kgeil, crunddauRhter ..;' Mi-. I' i. .1.. Sallt, -'" i Liberty ovi t'.ii.d Justin, uriinddaiiRhtei ol Mr mill Mrs. M i\ Sheiniiian, '-• R rd ; Kelli'e, daiiRhler of M', and Ml William KnsHinnn, 3701 I'lnetree rtr ; Xa Stern, KramldiiURhier ..f v n \: Vokell, IC" XnutiliiH .'• s o smooth and ^eply deUcious.. 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Foge 4-B -Jewlstnvridli&r Friday. December 22, \%\ Beth David Sisterhood members enjoy their in the sun cs the block in front of :he .gcgue is named Beth David Way in honor of their social program Dec. 13. Here, they watch Phillip Schiif, Beth David president, point to the siqn made possible by proclamation of Miami Mayor Robert King High. %  •-a Mrs ESSM Wolf 1chairman of •• • evening Mrs Raj A: rse i> "Wake Up Younger," fast-se'.'.ina new book by Miamicns Dr. Scmuei Liertmanand Heien Alpert was spotlighted this week by the M:am: Public Library in c she-' i low display at the main library on Biscayne blvd. Asked to "stcr.d in" for the display was co-author Helen Alpert shown here. Di e?h R. Narot will discuss the Gertman-Alpert cook during his : day evening sermon at Temple Israel. Temple Me.norah Plans New Year's N ., ': r's Eve 1 arty will be hi Menorah Si-ttr\i i •• %  prizes, free favors. to the tune? TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom Tov spirit in tikis fine tea..."flavor crushed" lor fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleas* tare with your fleishigs and n.'Cbigs and between meal refreshment... 'Singers' Will Install Officers Miami B< h i • m lit > Sii ers are ai stallation dinner, di sicale (n Saturday at the >• Miss Donn. coloratura soprano; B( ni< Sager and his danci ing partners, Miss Jean Moore and Miss Lisa: and Cantor Herman Gottlieb will be featured on the program. Vice Mayor Ma'. Enplanrier will Officiati n of officerA! Mrs Milton Hurwitz, president; Mrs. David Green, vice president: Mrs. Jear. Devens r financial si cretarj %  treasnit r: Mrs.. Canter %  spoi ii • %  Mrs. G • %  Kunken re< ing seci Mrs Vliller. i F a n •'. i e Fui chair:' ... : Mi Am Mi : f the < %  • an Mrs Ed ti in, Milton Pransky, Harrj • Sag< r ai I Nat Sal ler, Many Relatives, Festive Events To Honor Couple Mr and Mrs. I. E. Goldman. 44 Palermo ave Coral Gables, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Monday at the Riviera n staurant This occasion for a happy family reunion will bring from Croton-o ITutlson. their son. Richard, 8ha farnily; and from Rochester, NY Mrs. Isadora Hurwitz. Mrs. Rae Muhacis. J C Rappaport, Mrs. Samuel Weiss, Latter Rappaport, and Mrs Milton Lederman. From Philadelphia, Mr and Mrs Nathan Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson. Mr and Mrs. Harry Robinson. Mrs. Maurice Kaneff. Mr.-. Leila Brand and daughter From New York City, Miss Ri se Friedman; and from Brooklyn, Mrs. Lena Klihansky. Native Miami relatives are Mr. and Mrs Leo J. Goldman. Founders and active members of Temple Beth Shirah. the Goldmanwill be honored there at the Oheg Shabbat on Friday evening, and at services on Saturday morning. Rabbi Morris A Skop will invoke a special prayer followed by a rendition of the "Song of Songs" by ( antor Herman K. Gottlieb and the choir The Sisterhood will host the Kiddush at the conclusion of the services. On Sunday evening, the Temple \< ill hold a Goldman tribute and buffet dinner in Suniland Hall, in honor of "their devoted and -elfit 5s service in many American and Jewish causes Mrs. Goldman is a "Mother in Israel" for her sales of Israel Bonds, and has been honored for her services to Pioneer Women. A Torah Scroll will be presented to the Temple in t h e Goldman name by the many relatives and friendhere to celebrate the occasion with them. Heart Assn Opens Drive Here Heart Assn. of Gr [I held its kick1962 Heart Fund dri\ a> the Biseaj ne Tern Carl liar .... chain [ thftl beard of th : U • %  Ass I volunteers i.nd acted natter tf ceremonu s. Dr. Martin S. Belle. ; the Hear Assn gavi "'I "Hear: Disease — Am ber On* Killer." Highlight : Ihe br • the ad In sses of can .--I men. John >erb:n and William L,| Paul. Breakfi -' • d nal Dor.y-1 flake Foi I Florida ii&\ Food Fair Stores ^*"L DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Dc it the easy way-by mail. Mai! >c jr orders to Rich Dale Grovel for prompt hard'iig. WIN s 25 FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE And delight your family with the d.si you make! All you do is submit >oir favor te recipe for using Wolff's r %  for stuffing chicken, derma ...st-es. varnishkaS) %  "US, c : orsor any r last) use for this all-time e. YOU GET $25.00 Sec .:-• ym %  s ,\ i FREE h; recipes it00 7v3GUST BROS RVf **" is the BEST? tJn. Edfth Held. Inhi w. W. Hollywood, Chf.. won $25.00 to* Btr Kasha Italianne. KASHA ITALIANNE W lb butter or 8 zucchini saj.oi ma'H -t 2 medui '.c-ie'.cw 1 rrea urn onlod Vi IB iru^-com* 1 Sir E'ef peoptf or 1 •: _~i MB] 2 tti*s caltry 3 CMS? cooked l c ovo gn c K*ha VJ cap grated ParTesan cheesa Cho onion, vcen pepper ard Ktor*. S.'.te h.tter in %  .-.-! %  et ur 1:1 soft b-t not b-o*n. :J %  .a -ed ja: aid : squash ard cook till sauan u so KASHA d/MdC-iC Brown Buckwheat Groats Alts f'- N 3-a kasha *.- INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT •no RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES If ion ifi'r U yv won* Oranf •* ntf •/ 6rop*'ruil only) In 'fruit protector' gift carton! 90 lb. box $11.93 Full bushel „ 8.50 •Vft bushel 6.50 12 lb. sampler.... 3.75 Ce-p* quality and pr'cm. Von en^ beat R

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Friday. December 22, 19S1 fJenisi' Mcrffdliair Page SB re el y e meal : I • i\ i .3 • ,M-re %  r r. L, %  Bid H AJCeng. Groups plan Meetings Miami chapter of • in Jew... .-. ill -•>•e a general ; We In iday, 11 a.m., al G es Maso Ige, 41 ;., i ire.. I' 03 i': twed by • .HI a %  • ca I in the • Bscayrve chapter ge~e ll mecl i will •••fwiJ rVedn 91 iy eve L a i i e hom i o! rs. Fred BIS NW L' : %  Guest Harrj E. V/olk, will bra el and the World oi Leuiie Wctermaf Wf ; st chapter : .. roup. ,J -' • Miriam 2 i da Wo ne I'S Dh ision ed • presiding, t neet at 10 a m Thursday. i .ding will s^art with a i ai noon. J >hfl Fowler, i SS .,,:• : rofess r >f ihysics at I L'nivers ty, St. Louis, Ma., will .-"-ak on "The View from M.v %  ;• u ; be held lac hotel. Home Auxiliary [To Meet Tuesday Greater Miami Women's Auxilitry, Jewish Home for the Aged, will meet next Tueaiay noon at [the Algiers hotel. This is a meeting of paid-up and re. members combined with a Ichanuka celebration. Mrs. Lawrence siiverman. preside. T. "I l 1 ;*' Auxiliary, will preside ll the muting. Mrs. Max Greenberg, foul der of the Miami Beach Auxiliary, will give the invocation, land Mrs Philip Kaplan will chant [the blessings over the Chaauka lights For entertainment, Mrs. Louis hlakovsky, program coordinator, las arranged a sketch. "The Roar ng Twenties Revue." featuring .Mrs Lawrence Silverman. Mrs. Sol iilverman and Mrs. Max Yokell. nth Olaa Bibor Stern at the piano md auxiliary members in the chorus Final arrangements are being made by (left to right) Mrs. Louis Bunim, Mrs. Leo Reinhard and Mrs. William Goldstein, chaiiman oi the Hebrew Academy PTA benefit performance of "Trial at Nuremberg," to beheld at the Lincoln Theatre on Sunday eveninq. Proceeds will go to the Hebrew Academy Library. s II iLl M i* ;. Hi >red and Italand So sniy M 3 .'I Ml* • •• iuf Dade Groups Plan To Meet Here Young J.idea of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will meet Tuesda> at 7:15 p.m The Junior I'SY group will meet on Wednes7 0 p.m., anl the senior jroup al 8 p.m. The adult Hebrew reading class ill meet i •. the Temple on Wednesm f. to 9 p.m of the Jew" will be i ipic lor the adult discussion on Wednesday a 9 P m., in im< of Mr and Mrs. Milt V. istein, 125 NW L96th st. Engineer Moves Of /ice M irtOB R. Fellman. consulting engineer, :;nnounces the relocation of his office to 1325 SW 1st St.. MiThe firm has been engaged iii the design of commercial and industrial buildings and in structural eering application since 1952. Just eompleted is the Hightower Office bldg., 1393 SW 1st st. % %  %  • % %  ; • %  % %  I MRS. mill MA KOGtS Yafis to Hold Holiday Dance Yound Adult Friends of Israel will hold a "Last Chance" dance on Sunday evening, at the Beau Rivage hotel. This will be the last chance for young adultbetween the ages oi 20 and 35 to get together for a social event betore the New Year. In addition to dancing to the orchestra in the night club, there will also be a floor -how Ho.-ts and hostesses have been selected to welcome newcomers, rhe Ian e is open to all %  adults between the ages of 20 and 35, according 11 Don ild Kaplan, fund-raising vu presidenl oi the organization. Assisting Kaplan will be Marilyn jschwimmer, Paul Raymond. Stanley Karp. Stu Miller. Rochelle Schroid, and Gil Rappaport. Bob Rapaport, newly-elected president of the Yafis. Will extend greetings Mrs. Kogen Will Co-Chair 'March' Mrs. William H. Kogen was recently named a co-chairman of the 11*62 Mothers March for Dade County by Mrs. Phoebe Morse. chairman Mrs. Kogen. and a co-chairman still to be appointed, will assist 1 Mrs. Morse in a county-wide can-' vas.s Jan. 16 to raise funds to be i used in the continuing fight against polio, arthritis and birth defects A Miami Beach resident for 10 years, Mrs. Kogen is president of a nationwide organization which supports the Kai Tak Orphan and R efugee Center in Kowloon. Hong Kong. She is a member of the board of d ircctors of the Women's Auxiliary of the Humane Society and Hadassah. a volunteer worker in the Miami Heart Institute, and a torme> r vice president of the Chicago chapter of ORT. The Kogens have three children, a son at T u 1 a n e University, a daughter at Olivet College. Olivet, Mich., and another daughter who resides with her parents at 515 W. *7th st.. Miami Beach. THI GREA T = :> MIAMI DISTRICTS OF THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA POUDLY PRESENT The brae! Cavalcade of Stars 1962" Bringing to Grsater Miami for a single performance only fiie greatest entertainers, dance troupes, violinists, and singers of Israel in an evening of Isrzeli, International, and Classical Entertainment. 1 Featuring... YAFFA YARKONI Israel's Most Celebrated Singing Star YAFFA YARKONI THE DUDAIM The No. 1 Recording Artists cf Israel's Hit Parade Fabulous Singing Duo, Guitarists, and Panto-"imists ARIE KADURI Noted Sabra Chalil Player Golden Bells For Greenbergs Golden wedding bells rang out for Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg, 1041 NE 138th St.. No. Miami, at 3 party in their honor at the Deauv -ill*? hotel on Sunday. The Oreenoergs came to Miami 13 year.ago from Chicago. They have three children, seven grandchildren and one it-grandchild An Oneg Shabbat was held Friday evening following services at Beth F.meth Congregation in their honor. HOLIDAY SPECIALS GOLF SHOES BEST SELECTION IN TOWN MEN'S-"-""' I 11-11 *J 3 3£ ,i white STJWH Wfl %  •• Buck I 1 p\irr' 3 -v. -i i White 1 Al)ir\ 8ua w hi hnU!LJ gjj j white Sates loafers Ripple Soles GACE'C 1423 Piice de leon ourr J ""i "8t£$ %  ** Hi 32659 IVWriHING T09 T#f MUM Shoru, Shoes, Shirts. Clufcs, Corts, Bags, Gojj^ts Etc. e J r 'Ppinc-JceshaM;.*j-*;fi'nishing / s I I.. I\t \ I Dania Opens Brisk Season Dania Jai-Alai Palace opened the 1961-62 jai-alai season last week and %  first night crowd of 4.J7B set a new pari-mutuel high of. $115,470 for the inaugural. -The increase of 59" persons and S12 346 represented a substantial inerease over last seasons opener." according to Roj \ McAndrews. president. In the first night t competition. Vwgara started toward another at,omp, at winning ^ StagL Championsl ithe ninth game Vergara has nipped by one gam. "ch of Se past two seasons md custoI manly ^tets off to a fast start Plantation Picnic Slate*" Fr ,e admission plantation picnic will be sponsored by he South Dade Jewish Center on Monday. :£om 11:30 a.m. unUl i | El Banjo Rancha In th Pines, 25145 SW 14th aw. ITZHAK PERLMAN Israel's Famed Boy Violin Prodigy Featured on several Ed Sullivan Shows ITZHAK PERtAAAN MR. AND MRSMAX GR£fNB£RG Laughter Raps Twist Influence Murray Franklin's Miami Beach night club became the focus of nwide publicity, when comediM sandy Baron, wl m the new -Caught in the Act" r Saturdaj afternoon for en iturbance as he protested against the ill %  •' % % %  ,uw dance craze, the rwist. Baron para fed along Linocln Mall carrying a si?n proclaiming ,hat the Twist is unfair to Murray Franklins Minuet Dancers. H. was appropriately clad in a seventh c^turV costume, and the crowd attract I the protest had to ,-persed. THE YEMINITE TRIO Israel's Foremost Dance Troupe, Noted 'or Their C^assidic, Israeli, and Modern Dances -with Guitarist, Flutist, and Accordionisr LARRY BEST, M.C. Broadway's Favorite Humorist, Featured on All the Major T.V. Shows and Night Clubs MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM THIS SATURDAY 8:30 P.M. TICKETS ON SALE AT: f> Ml/*Ml BEACH AUDITORIUM TICKET OFFICE 1700 Washington Avenue, Miami Beacn SHERMANS TICKET AGENCY 1655 Co'iins Avenue, Miami Beach # CORDELIAS STATIONERY 15 W*st Fiagisr. Downtown Miami PRIC5 SCALE-MATRONS US VI ORCHESTRA $ 5.3C DRESS CIRCLE S 5.00 M0 FRONT BALCONY $ 7.50 BALCONY $ 1-50 l



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Fees +Jewl$t> nrrEdiian Friday, December 2?, \%\ V\;MAN OF THE WE = K V. IJ Mrs. A. J.t Harris b I ngs :o an organization in \>hose behalf B h and )ther members are verj loyal and *T generous. It is the • Association of the Cleveland Orphans Home. When May -pent t, i j ears of her life there, it was the only Jewish Hone founded by 3" ith Now, orphan homes are a thing of the past: foster homes •rthe ideal. The Cleveland Home is different, too. bur the alumni assist in its support. Every charity request pertaining to children is answered by May. When she and A.J. were in Israel on a UJA Missi the) went to Bee the Youth Aliyah program in action, to which May is particularly devoted. May, at fifteen, ant to business school, working after school in order to finance herself. Her first job. as a stenographer, paid the magnificent rate of five dollars a week. MAX May met A.I in St. Louis. It was a short romance, they got married within a few months They have four children—three boys and a daughter. Their pride and joy are their eight grandchildren. On her trusty typewriter. May doeall of her own huge correspondence any types her husband's speeches He was president of Temple Israel last year, and this year is presdent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation May is proud of these communal •hments, aiding that when A.J. does something, he puts his • a soul into it. is all dark hair, flashing eyes, sweet smile, and pleasant v The comb. nation makes her an ideal guest or hostess. The Iren and their parents love to come to the Harris house. saj she is the best cook in the world. May modestly agrees. TM S S'05 OF THE CAUSEWAY Dat 1 and Miriam Bass were en their two-month tour of Europe Israel when they got the news that their daughter. Susan, had :h Ronnie Albert. Now that they are home, they have had a •ption in honor of the newly weds at their home on N. Bay rd. f ir of them, with Ronnie's parents. James and Leona Albert, s i at the door to meet the guests — all four-hundred of them. They W( all delighted to welcome Dr Jacob Kaplan, who had married J and Miriam thirtv years ago. Among the guests were Dr. and v Joseph Narot. the Izzy Hechts. Carl and Esther Weinkle. Bee k without her Sam. who is in New York. Myra Fair without her : ,Au n. who had the three-day virus, Dan and Molly Ruskin. Max -tuth Orovitz. „ Vlinam's sister. Mrs, Meyer Blumberg. and Mrs. Al Rosen and her i from Cleveland, are house guests at the Bass home. Miriam b t about her new son-in-law, who says that he hadn't had one | 0 carv meal vet. Susan uses her cook book diligently, and isn't] afi d to try anything. Of course, this is one time the trousseau shopp came after the wedding, and both mother and daughter are in a -irl By the time Miriam is finished, she should have enough shop| • last a long time — first in Europe and now Miami. THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CAUSEWAY There was a warm, friendly feeling at the dinner that Ted and •.•••• %  Berman gave in honor of their son Billys Bar Mitzvah at their b ,-en Granada blvd. It was cool under the two big tents. The pink I • rns. the massed blue and pink flowers, and the Torah fashioned r e behind the huge book cake formed an attractive background for oar and lavish buffet tables. Individual tables were set for ten. v ih the exception of one huge one for Billy and his friends, and the iv table. Relatives came from everywhere, but the ones from IV. farthest awav were Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Kaufman, of London. England. The one grandmother was Mr1'hil lselin. of Miami Beach. raj Cone, one of the Berman family's closest friends, acted as n 'er of ceremonies after the dinner. His own daughter. Patty, sang. ell as Su->an Gelernter and young Barry Wayner Among guests w. re Mr and Mrs. Harold Thurman. Mr. and Mrs. Max Swartz. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gelernter. Mr. end Mrs. LeoCiment. CFENINC OF THE EMPIRE ROOM Mrs Anne AncheU's luncheon guests in the Empire room of the Eden Roc hotel were the first to see the lovely red drapes and carpet o/ ially. All of the centerpieces on the lace-draped table were pink. forming a da>hing contrast to the red. Among the fifty guests was i isl one man. who enjo\ed himself hugely. He was Dr Simon Blatties. Anne's brother-in-law. After lunch, they went up to the card room. K] ong the guests were Mrs Rudolph Stern. Mrs. Mae Kurtz. Mrs. Jeanne Rothschild. Hiss Mary Smith, Mrs Jules Popper. Mrs. Pauline Robinson. Mrs. Gertie Cohen, Mrs. Pauline Ungerleider. and Mrs. Adebna Hellman. THE HEIGHT OF FASHION It's a must these days either to dance the Twist or at least to go aree how it is done. The people, who got inside the Candy Stick Lounge the other night really were having a whirl The others waiting ii line seemed to be in a gay mood just at the thought of getting inside. Dr Ralph Robbins. whose venture it is. was enthusiastically greeted or. ill sides. Dr. Alex Robbins and Ruthie were at a table in the corner With friends. The third musketeer of the Robbins brothers. Dr. Berra;and .i former executive with Bonwit Teller in New York. Atten ing the new Mrs. Riker was her sister, Mrs. Fred Silverman, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Sumner Baum For her wedding the bride chose a gown of peau de sole ani aiencon lace with'a chapel-length train. The bridal veil was fashioned of silk illusion, bordered with aiencon lace to form a waist-length mantilla Her bouquet was a cascade of Ite camellias and lllies-of-the\ alley. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. 1 Mrs. Harry J. Riker. of New Rochelle and New York City. A graduate of the Lawrenceville School and Yale, class of 1958. he is now associated with R:ker and Co.. NY The father of the groom served as best man. Ushers were Martin .1 Greeni Moi "is SI | U ider of Temple B< delated at the wed evening of B NV. 13th s! .. fcr. Miami. The c uple exi the Ccral Gables ilual lead' r. Mr. ani Mrs. K. both members ; >n Fi llo ing a h %  mi on •; %  M Nassau, they will In •.-„. Wei oerKahi MKS. STEPHEN J. RfKEff Dubbins Reveal I Bonnie's Troth Judge and Mrs Albert S Dubbin, of 2651 So. Miami ave.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Bonnie, to Gerald Askowitz, son of Mr. an>i Mrs Al terl Askowitz, 330 Aledo ave., Coral Guliles. The bride-elect attended the University of Florida ani is a senior at the University of Miami She is a past president oi Delta Phi Epsilon. Her fiance attended college in Mississippi on a scholarship, and is in his last year at the University of Miami, where he is affiliated with Tau Epsilon Phi. A June wedding is planned by the young couple. Mass Degutz Wads DCR ShuEkin Th. • • : : : a Dec. 8 Mi Mrs. / %  • : %  S % %  Mrs. Shy • %  %  '. %  >rn %  %  %  I %  Dar mouth i • • : %  %  at the University ol %  IT His p -• %  ti are Mr. and Mrs Ben Jamin Shulkin, of Rome. N.Y A reception in honor of the j ing couple, now living r 118 Menores, Coral Gabies;, will be held on Jan, 77 Lechtner, Garber Plan June Rites Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lechtner. 441 W. 62nd st., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Susan, to Stephen Garber. The future bride graduated from Whitt field School and attended Dade County Junior College Mr. Garber. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garber. of 73014th pi.. Miami Beach, is a graduate of Miami Beach High and the University of Florida in Gainesville He is a member and was chancellor of Tan Epsilon Phi fraternity At present, he is employed as sales manatur of the Ashley Homes in Hollywood, Fla. The young couple plan 'o be married in June. > MRS. DON SIJVIMN K. Allen Becker 1155 5USAH UCffTNH Dade Heights Thrift Shop Dade Heights Jewish Congregation has opened a Thrift Shop at 16509 NW 27th ave Clothes brica-brac and many miscellaneou* items are available. Barish, Morris Plan Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Shep Barish Of Palermo ave.. announce the en gagement and approachmu marriage of their daughter. Loretta, to Steve Morris, son of Mr and Mrs. Alfred A Morris, 2161 SW 22nd t*r. The future brice is a student at •he University of Miami Her fiance attends Southern College J* Optometry. The young couple will be married in Miami on June 17. NEARLY NEW SHOP 530 Lincoln Road Arcade (Studio 9) Bargains Galore in Women's Viecr-All Sues COCKTAIL and COTTONS COATS and FURS Come in and Browse Saloncito JE 8-0778 MOUE'S BEAUTY SALON 1455 COIUNS AVE.-MIAMI BEACH Formerly with Deb's, welcomes all former and new patrons to new location. Will be open Dc. 24 and 31 until 2 p.m. JE 8-0000. from A Piddle Job to A Skyscraper NOAH-MASTER PAINTER Ph. 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Friday. December 22, 1961 lewlsfi Ifhiradiaaiin v— ~h am 7 incjlu $ours, C EDARS of I.ebanoi testimonial ,ci last Wednesday at the p. ipi Plaza ho'.'. I'll-the bcr.e[: %  ;he Abe \ronovitz Memorl,i ; :" Pavilion, h mored Mi,,:•-, Mayor Robert King High. i %  'ins occasion, Mrs High avant gard? skirt and The skirt was a gold, • au "• ioie -heath, and < sleet %  '.. "-;''::('ek swea.1 gol IE %  MrAbe Aronovitz chose a silk and 5tj I Kel %  : anza of gun-metal grey the popular shirtwaist Miss Carol Aronovitz wore ock blue silk dynasty brogreen sheer in a soft black chiffon. Black chantilly IJH combined with peau de soie was worn by Mrs. Henry Solomon, formerly of Cleveland. Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz chose black silk crepe with a yellow looped mohair jacket, which had a deep slav, 1 collar. A white French brocade fabric called 'Racaused considerable comment %  %  %  beautiful and unusual fabric was created into a figure-molding sheath and worn bj Mrs. :> Granda, formerly of Havana, Cuba The hack of her sheath featured a wide pannier which be \ in at tl e waisl and hung to the hem Mrs Bene I'cl Silverman chose a one-piece black crepe with a two-piece look. This effect was created by the slight overblouse line of the bodice, which was emphasized with a narrow band of black silk fringe. The fring r tie %  • Betty Bran f Mrs E* 1 ''•"'' • Pa ernal %  ra,• %  %  -e •: %  ar.d Mr--. P 1" also of Coral < Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka designates Pioneer Women's Week dedicated to a special membership drive which runs through January, 1962. Left to right are Mrs. Mifcon Green, president of the Pioneer Women's Council 01 Greater Miami; Mrs. Sidney Leif, national president cf the organization; and Mayor Oka. Drosds to Mark 50th Anniversary Cocktail and <:inner party in honor Of the golden anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Max Drosd will be held at the DiLido hotel on Saturday at 6 p.m. The Drosds came from Cleveland, o IT years ago Mr. and Mrs. Mort Kuaen. Mr. and Mrs William Drosd, Cleveland. O.. Mr and Mrs. Ben Polsky, St. Louis. Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal. Patterson, N.J.. will be among the out-of-town guests attending the celebration. Michelle. Deborah and Paula Barkowitz. the couple's grandchildren from Coral Gables, will also 1 attend. Michelle will play the ac-! cordion in honor ol her grandparents. Spt in F -• : %  • .-, :• a! Attire Bride Gowns %  th: Groom Gowns fijMnzvih Gowns PARSONS 3410 C0RAI WAY day Nite Til 9 MR. AND MRS. MAX DROSD Jl^r-M. AUGUST BROS R YE Temple Israel Sisterhood Temple Israel Sisterhood met Wednesday at the Temple Program included music and dance from Israel, featuring Balfouna Gilad, a former lieutenant in the Israel Army, and Shula Gilad. For A lovelier You... A hairstyle different, casual and easy-'o-keep! MOTT HAIR SYTLIST Bay Harbour Wand UN 6-1826 tree parking in rear HOSTESS PANTRY BAKERY ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS WEDDING CAKES PARTY CAKES FREE DELIVERY THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1666 ALTON ROAD MB. JE 8-1861 Wanted Middle Aged Woman Unencumbered a* housekeep-rcomponion to elderly gentleman in exchange lor nice home and board and some wage*. Reply Mr. I, Box 2973, Miamil %  M ..-- nmn ^0M j g if' iAy. : m BSM& present Unique and Antique objects d'art. We also have interior designing for the discriminating. Pre-Holiday Showroom Hours — 10.00-6:00-7:30-9 00 Monday thru Saturday $747 Bird Us Mltff'



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Page 8-B fjenist" tier alter Friday, December 22, \%] The Courier era Dr. Marvin Meitus moderated a 30-mlnute program on "JAe General Aspects of the Heart"' Tuesday over eh. 2 with Drs. John Litb.er and Milton Lesser participating ... A comparison of the Nuremberg and Jerusalem war crimes trials will be featured at the Jan. 6 to 10 annual conference of the Yivo Institute for Jewish Research in New York Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Michael A. Musmanno, a judge at the postwar German trials and a principal witness against Adolf Eichmann. will speak Dewey Stone presented Dr. Jerome B. Wiesner, President Kennedys special assistant for science and teennolov with an honorary fellowship from Weizmann Institute at the Waldorf Astoria, with some $1,875,000 in gifts announced at the annual dinner Ron Shapo is co-chairman of the student fund-raising program at the University ot Miami seeking to raise S250.000 for a government professorship chair on international affairs ... Phi Epsilon Pi. founded at CCNY in 1904. and Kappa Nu. founded at Rochester l\ in 1911. have merged, with the Phi Hp name surviving Travel agent George Kronengold back from Mcxica and a 1 an Am jet trip that presages increased travel between Miami and Mexico I Uy Farband Labor Zionist order telegraphed a plea to President Kennedy to support the 15-nation resolution in the UN calling on direct Israeli-Arab negotiations Jack Gaines and Stanley Tare, oi the llafl("iaines Company, hosted 290 Royal Oak Hills residents in their suecessful Boca Raton housi.m development Capt. Leo Gardner working out details of first Miami-Israel jet flight via El Al before beginning his round-the-world flight .. _. Congratulations in order for proud papas Akiva Goffer, of £im Lines and Irwin Block, of Israel Bonds G.or fl e Meany announced at the Americana hotel confab of the AFL CIO that American labor will continue to participate in H.stadrufs Afro-As.an Institute;* LijOT Studies m Tel Aviv ... Fred Robson ankled the Daily San to join the Woods Kepner public relations outfit Jewish Labor Committee has challenged the National Education Assn. to review NBA s sponsorsmp oi trips to Arab countries which discriminate against American tourists ot Jewish faith. • • • Political figures were very much in evidence at the 14th annual Hebrew Academy dinnei at the DeauviUe hotel Sunday night as Bill Goldring's waiters served some 970 persons with poise and precision. MissS/was the guest of honor. Sen. Way*. Mars., who was grounded bv inclement weather in the nations capital On hand to greet him was former Sen. Claude Pepper, who shared honors with Morse among the nations liberal great. Pepper is now running hard £jtacttata the House of Representatives, in a race that has attracted national interest Although Claudes identification with Israel and Jewish causes I" ..mendous. "opponent. Chuck H.I. and CWlMlmtoll leav,ng no stones unturned in the same direction. Vice Mayor *** to J"J Under extended the greetings of the City. ^SSS^ffJSS Ce£n council members D. Lee Powell, Melvin R.ch.rd and Wolf.e Cohen. k !" p Mayor Ken Ok* away, and it also absented co-chairman J A Cantor. Leonard Row and Bay Harbor Island Mayor Shepard Bread, who had served as chairman of an Academy dinnei 'J** !" ** before, kept the meeting running smoothly. But it was studen M chae Gewiti, speaking en The Destiny of the Jew who s tote the e en Ug S Sunder. Young Mike will be heard from in the not too distent future. e • • Mike Baskin. the Techmon president who manages to attend to his patent law office in his spare time, has been elected president of he Harvard Club oi Miami Off to the national convention %  of Alpha Omega dental fra.e,n„> are Dr. and Mrs George Graham and Dr. and L Lawrence Krasne. They'll be spreading the word in Mont a „ u the 1963 AO conclave to be held in Miami Beach Beaming a, the success of his firms -going public is M.ltan R Russ nof of Barn Martin Pharmaceuticals. Milt is treasurer of lemple Be h Am v piv v'an active role in its highly successful bui ding fund CampatoTemple Beth Sholom also moving ahead with its drive as l$y S fund-raising campaigns draw to a close to make way for Greater .Miami Jewish Federation's New Horizons. • • • New president of the U.S. Committee for Sports in Israel is Haskell Cohen, dvnamic publicist of the National Basketball Assn. He succeeds tW late Col. Harry Henshel, a frequent Miami Beach visitor and Bulova Watch official, who did so much for athletics in the Jewish State Nat Sokolow, co-chairman of the local arrangements committee beating the drums for the Bowling Proprietors Assn. of America s JWI* nual All-Star Tournament on Jan. 3 to 13 in the Miami Beach Lonvent,0n mm CtNft, University of Miami's great basketball Pinker, should round into top form in time for the Hurricane Classic, also billed ft he Convention Hall. We caught Miami's 66-61 triumph over Florda Saturday night, and for a team with only one returning starter IC hen' the charges of Bruce Hale were in excellent form Edd.e H.rr h.a done another outstanding job in making the Orange Bowl Junior tennis tournament a great publicity veh.ee for Mam. Beach J Dr. Abraham Sachar, president of Brande.s University will be a guest of Larry Wien, blether of Miami Beach's Leonard, during January at the Palm Beach Towers American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have booked a dinner at the Towers for Fed. 22 part of the nationwide Obtervance of the 45th anniversary of the Balfour Declara ion Ben Giller and Lou Rudnick pcunding away for a full house for the ZOA S Cavalcade of Stars on Saturdaj night Estate Institute To Open Friday Pop Concert At Dade He!qhh Dade Heights Jewish :i )!i will pre?< nt the series of pop on Sa evening, Jan 6 Feal will be Al Hurowitz, i guitar, and Vladimir P balulaika and accordion, wh i play folk music. Main lenture of the i be '"Show Tur.es Quartet," i Jean Vaida, Ann I i Eastham and Frank V. i Bastham and Frank White ions f r o ni "Okla I sel." "My Fair La y "Mcs py Fella." a.:.l ethers Either Barrett will pr ivide accompaniment. B*n and Adam, the Dudaim. are amor.q the stellar performers to appear at the ZOA-sponsorei Israel Cavalcade d Stars 1SS2 on Scturday evc&lnq at Miami 3c-ach Auditorium. Israel Cavalcade Anticipates SRO Here; Top Performers to Appear on Program •Standing Room Only" audier.ee try's outstanding chahl players. i> anticipated for the single perHerman Weintraub. ticket chair Special Seminar Here Tuesday Special seminar of Hebrev •rs in grades one an II lewi -h schools w ill h h I on Tuesday. 12:30 p.m.. al ; it Jewish Education. Professional d.rectors of th reau, Louis Schwartzraan, Her I Berger and Dr. N ith irttel will lead a Problem l formance of the Israel Cavalcade man, urges the public to buy their methods and procedures to of Stars 1962 on Saturday evening tickets early "so no one will b^ dising beginner reading, ebre \ at the Miami Beach Auditorium. appointed." guage. and prayer The Cavalcade, which will bring to the Miami Beach Auditorium the greatest artists of Israel in an evening of Israeli, international and classical entertainment, is being sponsored by the Greater Miami districts of the Zionist Organization of America. Featured artists of the Cavalcade will be Yaffa Yarkoni. one of Israel's most celebrated singing stars, and the Dudaim. currently the number one recording artists oi Israel's Hit Parade ( A The elegance of dining... Every night an epicurean delight at the Itihak Perlman, Israel's boy violinist, featured on Ed Sullivan's program several times, and recent recipient of a scholarship to the Juilliard School of Music, will offer a classical program. The Yemenite trio, who will be coming to Miami direct from a cue-month tour of South America, aie considered one of Israel's outstanding ciance teams, and per: >r n to the accompaniment of the guitar, flute and drums. The spirit of Israeli kibbutz music will be added to the program bv Arie Kadun. one of the counROO M Music by RUOV BARRON'I Mungmrlmn Troup* */t* Mmrgmrmt Banff from 7: JO p. m. For rvaervtlont, call Jicquts Oatadal Jfi 2-2561 NEAPOLITAN NIOHT-TUESDAY Th* best Italian food and dlnnar you've ever enjoyed. TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIOHT Centuries-old customs, tin* food, Sacramantal win*. OALA SATURDAY NIOHT Exquisite continental cuisine served supremely. 2 orchestra* play for your continuous dancing and dining anjoyment. Black tie optional. 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George H DeCarion on 'Preparation and Ex amination of Estate and Gift Tax Returns.' and A: wood Dunwody on "Homestead and Pros and Cons of Title in Estates by the Entireties." Planning committee in charge of the Institute includes Harry Zukernick. chairman. Walter C. Kovnec. Arthur M. N'eraser.. Stanley B. Richard. David I. Shedroff, and Herbert C Zemel. THE ROYAL hUNGAKIAN RESTAURANT 731 Wo, Q3l2 916 Wash.rgton A.e Miami Beach ^^^^^^^



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Friday December 22-, 1861 -Jewish fh rid!fop Pcge 9-B ft to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free As ay • •: ask -ga corsage to each mother of a Bar or Eas V I ts s.ncu!d be addressed to 'Corsage for You/' P.O. 5cx '.' ami 1, Fia., one month in advance. Inc ude •he Bar cr Bas Mitzvah, csre and p ace > -ess and telephone -e FT-A-er-'-::: 5 frl | ~ aCcitO! er. The • .-. i e d to vou courtesy ot E at kstcni •re occasion. Richard Adelman .: •: %  ah of Richard Adeli I lace on Saturday morn Steven Alpert Jeffrey Breslaw iowrence Epstein Daniel Mclker Paul Simon David Bernard %  R %  %  %  at Beth D: Xoi ...... pii fficii Richan .:h< -. n ol M %  • %  e is in 1 ior H ays 1 i sch< ard is a fool Ihusias Jet'rev Breslaw • -. • : ... • • %  %  N ramii :.. Eugeni Labowifi will officiate %  ] < ffr< y is tl Mr. and Mrs Bres 3; Keith P.'nchcf Mark Klempner Edward Greenberg Michael Wcitiman !hc kiddush in his honor ;it sicn of the ceremeny, Anthony Lundy • son : Mr. and indy. 9911 Broadill becom Bar Mitz S turda\ morning ser23. : remple Beth %  %  • %  i %  %  .Kronish will ... A • •• in the Beth lion class oi 5723. hosl the Kiddush in their son's ed the Hebrew honor His grandmother, Mrs eral years, am Rose Goodman, of West New York, brew studio Lawrence Epstein n Malavsky will H< :.. Stu •'' Kauti • mor High ficia the Bai Mitzvah oi Lai pie Ni: Tan id r< ligious -. h ofIVin on Saturday mornRecepticn ii his hi ing. De< 23. in the Israelite CenLawrence is the son of Mr. Mrs Samuel Epstein, 25t>i s\v the FoJ Simon II off i e Bar 3 [Pan Simci Sal ..; %  rnmg, Dec. 23, i ngr< -..til : Lawrenc< • oi Mr and Mrs Burti : Sim< n, ill conduct th< traditional .-. c nd chj Haft< He is i stud< n1 al I 25th st. Tin V-.-.r Mitzvah ;s a student in .•'.i> school of the Israelite C iter i U nds i ighth grade ..: Sli ai .:. %  mil t High, whore rw pla; s string bass in the orches* Robert Kelton Robert, slr. and Mrs. Irv Emetl eligii school, and ating Kelton. will become Bar Mitztends North Miami Junior High Kiddush In his honor, with and Mrs. Simi n as hosts, i ll I low the servjc* ,'ohn Schmelier i ; .' %  hn E. Sell! < .. r Mr am Mrs Kurl Schrn* will tal plac< Sal aj ing. Dec. 23, at Tei h S %  %  ti n •;. :.. Ki r.i John is a $ t in class .' Linda Kaufman Bas Mi! ;] R Kaui "• •'•': g Friday evi mi >er De< 2'. al Bi' Congn gatioi >ith Ra .. ..; ail mai ol n •:. Ih< sti enl i % %  -"' %  is ah i ber of the | Hebn w schi Sh< :• eatNoi Miami 1 i David Bernard Rabbi Norman Shai at %  Mitzvah • South M • School, i [n his nard •'' %  M ndaj evi Steven Alpert St< ,, d, son ol Mr. Mrs v :. will b( i Bar Y..::\. : Mi: c!i.. -< : %  vice* oi Tempi* Ner Tamid on Saturdi s • ft< %  ••' 23, at 5 p.m Rabbi I ugem Lsbovitz will official Steven is a student al North Mi vah during Saturday morning services, Dec. 23. of Beth Emeth Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate Robert is a student in Beth and aIIends High, where pates in the choral group, r chesi Michael Weitzman -• -vices De< •Mil rah ol .'.. id \V< itzman. Mi, ei is Mr. and •. : Wi itzman. Rabbi Max B Mitzvah has bei school since %  is .:; the eighth %  | ai v rth Miami Beach JunS< loi I. He is a Boy -. ml >i | Leader. R< .. in his honor will be v daj at the Weitzman home. • Crai.-j Goodman ng si rvices, Pee 23. at Temple Zion will include the ol Craig Goodman. Waxman will offlci, ; g i s an i gra le student p^ Veres S( hoo l and • ci ntii I is studies in the • m class, the 1 ih. M G will Tort Seminar" Slated Friday v nej %  %  %  n S. Miller, local sident of the National Assn of Claimants' Counsel of noun ces sponsorship of a Ton Seminar on Friday at the McAllister hotel. The seminar will feature lectures t-\ 16 trial attorneys from Baltimore. San Francisco. Atlant as well as N.J., will attend. Allan Pomeranti Allan Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs Harold 1'omerantz. 1121 Mauali Coral Gables, will observe his Bai Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Di I 23, al remple Belli Am. with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard offici Daniel Melker Dr, Irving Lehrman will officatc at the Bar Mitzvah ol Daniel Melker on Saturday morning, Dee. 23. al Temple Emanu-El. Son ol Mr and Mrs. Irving Melker. Daniel is ihe great-grandson of Mrs, Esther Halperin, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs Max Unite. A. R. Melker. and Mrs. Nettie Melker. A student at Nautilus Junior High, the Bar Mit/.vah plays clarinet in the concert band. He will be honored al a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall al the conclusion of the ceremony. • • Mark Klempner Mark Klempner will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple EmanuEl on Saturday morning, Dec. 23. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. The son of Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Klempner. oi Miami Beach, the Bar Mitzvah is a student at Nautilus Junior High, where he plays clarinet in the concerl band. Annum guests al the Kiddush following the ceremonj will be Mark's irents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rokoff, and Mrs Ida Klempner. 4 Keith Pinchot Bar Mitzvah ol Keith, son of Mr and Mrs Louis Pinchot, will be observed during services Saturday morning. Dec. 23. at Temple Juwith Rabbi Mordecai Podel ng. An eighth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, Keith attendAnthony lundy Academy for se> I continued his He al Temple .India. where he graduated in June. The celebranl is an accordion virtuoso plays piano, and is interested in science. His par. 'ills will honor him Sal HI lay evening al their homo. 135 w. Sunrise ave., (oral Gables, with i party for KM) guests. Michael Minor Rabbi Norman N Shapiro offii iated al the Bar Mitz* ah ol Michael, son ni Mr. and Mrs -lack Minor, during Saturday morning services, Dec 9, at Beth David An eighth grade student al Shenandoah Junior High. Michael plays the trumpet and is a sports enthusiast, His parentsponsored the Kiddush at the conclusion ot the I i re ninny. THE PERFECT DESK PEN SET FOR HOME OR OFFICE I No. 112 FOUNTAIN DISK PEN SET EFFICIENT. ECONOMICAL WITH THE RIGHT POINT FOR THE WAY YOU WRITE JE 1-5251 Closed Saturday Sunshine Bakery BAKERS FOR KOSHER HOMES Specializing in WEDDING & BAR MITZVAH CAKES Too Call WE DELIVER Orders S2 or More EREE 1043 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH 39. FLORIDA A1SO .. 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Page 10-B +J(istfk>rfd&rt Friday, December 22, 1561 MMiiniir mi.ii.. IJUBCI..."'U %  ->" ***4 Pearly Gait KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED other rates available • FREE: TV an|A' p<-r week, per person PW 2 in room: to Jan. 15 *10 of 50 rooms INCLUDtS 3 Kosher Meals Dmily SALT A SUGAR FREE DIETS CATERED TO MIAMI BEACH JE 1-0498 FU MANCHU Florida's First and Finest Chinese Restaurant NOW OPEN 12 NOON luncheon • Dinner • Supper SHAMING HOT DUIVtRY SERVICE 325-71st Street, M. B. Phone UN 6-4303 rXvGtST BROS RYI i] MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER: Thereto never been a more | varied selection of screen fare — and never lias there been so many excellent productions playing here at one time. Romance, spectacle and the finest color photography ever seen on the wide screen are blended to perfection to create the stunning panoply of ancient Spain in "El Cid," which opened yesterday at the Roosevelt. Charlton Heston dwarfs a huge cast in the epic title role. Sophia Loren's exotic facial beaut) is haunti gly photographed, la all a screen triumph for th( entire .a:\ The world has never forj tten, 1 hop-, the staggering brutality of the Nazis. idgmenl al Nuremberg." with a great cast ol Spencer Tracy. Bun Lancaster. Judy Garland, Richard Widmark. Marlene j Dietrich, M itgonierj .ind Maximilian Schell. never lets us • justice when Hitler's iron hand m rji %  ,'. i Ii di 5] i ts, who blindfolded them elves to their < it tnnocenl thousands to certain i they la< ra fe ol their legal c< m k ti< ns and Stai lej Kramer's compelling and candid lh< I incoln. s Starllters. recently al the P< i I Lounge : ed in "Hey, Let's Tw ist," al th %  bus;, on Miami screi week. She's also starring in Worn i ing tale of mother and daughter trying to esca] i wai in Ita ... to run smack dab into it, and scarring theii lives pern At the Mayfair, Normandy and Sunset. RESTAURANT ROW: The Singing Strings are the divcr.-tisscmcnt for the satisfied diners at popular King Arthurs Court at the Miami Springs Villas. Miamians have found the South Pacific in Hallandale. located on U.S. 1. as exotic a spot as you'll discover this side of Tahiti. Polynesian delicacies abound on the eye popping menu. i like the slogan of DeContinental: "Where Elegance in Dining is a Tradition." It accurately typifies Victor Birloni's superb restaurant in Bay Harbor. George Bather, who operated restaurants in Miami and Miami Beach, opening hit newest dining creation in Ft. Lauderdile, the Round Table, designed to resemble an "old English" castle. Jeff C'arlton. much-decorated World War II infantryman and vocal-! ist with Frank Dailey and Jimmy Dorsey bands, and his trio are appearing nighth at Peterson's Steak Place. Strictly kesher catering is leatured by Sand-Ell on the Beach Specializing in food-planning for weddings, parties and Bar Mitzvahs. f •* %  BEACH VAUDEVILLE RcTURNS: Leon Schachter is Staging his top Yiddish-American vaudeville again this season at the Cinema on the Beach. He heads a varied cast of capable talent, which includes' Bobby Gale and Barbara Gale, both excellent in comedy routines; Anthony Alien, the Yiddish-Italian singer, who's makng his bow at the Cinema: and longtime favorite of the Beach. Gitel Stein. Shows are continuous from 1 p.m. TO? ISRAELI TALENT HERE: Jacob BaalTeshuva. Israeli writer, and Bernard Cohen are responsible for the staging of 'The Land of Milk and Honey the new revue a! the Monte Carlo's Exodus room Charming Shosbana Damari, one of Israel's most popular singers. makeher debut here in the show. Gila Golan. "Miss Israel'" in the Miss Universe contest, also ian attraction in the production which features iolk dances of Israel, and Will Cooper, as comedian and emcee. Eddy Green's orchestra plays for the show and dancing. The revue is staged twice nightly, at 9:30 p.m. and midnight. Miami Beach's newest •entertainment freilieh" opened in the Lucerne hotel on Wednesday night to a capacity audience The musical Yiddish-American revue, titled "East Side Story," promises to be a natural for this area and presents a line-up of celebrated stage, television and screen headliners in what producer Eddie Sehaffer tags a "mishmash ot merriment." Featuring the talents of recording stars the Barton Brothers of "Joe and Paul" fame, sensational comedian and international favorite Michel Atta-bov Getzcl" Rosenberg. -Belle Baker" Esther Sutherland, Norman "Al Jolson" Brooks, and the Kay Abram orchestra. "East Side Story" is an original production that is destined to remain on the locai night club beat for the entire season. •tt WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: A few weeks ago i* seemed that trus winter season would mark a new low in night clubs open for business. But somehow the word must have gotten out and traveled with hurricane speed that the season looks big and prosperous. As a result. Cepa City has opened again, for one Belle Barth. who departed from the Beach more than a year ago. has returned with an amazing coast to coast record, including Carnegie Hall. Belle at Carneuie Hall? Yes. she was there, and they loved her. Loaded with new material, songs and wardrobe -hes reigning at Copa City. Sophie Tucker has passed the 50-year mark in show business, but the ageless wonder ot mirth and melody is going stronger tSan ever. And if you want proof of the belting red-hot mama being better than ever, tea for yourself at the Cafe Cristal at the Diplomat, where jhe and Vic Damone are holding forth for the holiday week What a contrast in showmanship. Barry AshtOtl, who turns out revues with regularity, ha> iiis latest offering, "Bonjour Paris. at the Deauville Casanova room, starring Kay Stevens and some French eyefuls. Helene Dareel heads tht Saucy Scandales at the Fonlaincblcau's La Ronde. The swank new Club Gigi in the hotel features the dance music of Ted Straeter and the violins of Bela Babal and his musicians. ••Six Overboard" is the aquatic title fitting more or less into the atmosphere of the new Tony's Fish Market, where Milton Behar's original intimate production is appearing in the supper club there. Standby of lategoers in the bistro world is Murray Franklin's plush saloon on 22nd st. Murray is pot only the host but a merry part of the nightly entertainment, with his quips and cracks. The feature there is a fast-paced miniature revue. "Caught in the Act." NOW OPEN Gr c M ^jeL^iiinatiat >Vtre Elegance .Di ning is A Trodifion RESERVATIONS UNion 5-8224 1045 -95th STREET Bay Harbcr Is'and KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 Collins Ave. Phone JE 2-1671 KREPLACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNISHES • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CH KEN C0rWPlM1£rVTRr WINc SERVED WITH DINNER ON I1ICI.T NIGHT CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS IACK SCHWARZ and LtW AISCNSTADT'S NEW HOTEL JE 1-6617 George Washington 516 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 1.95 SUPPERS A:R-COND TONED DINtNG ROOM 5.75 Rooms-3 Meals ^X CATERING -$2.25 up-THE FINEST SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL HARFENIST KOSHER Dairy & Meat Restaurant (2 SEPARATE KOSHER KITCHENS) 1381 Washington Avenue JE 8-2055 Under the Supervision of Rabbi I. Ever and nAashg OUR FOOD IS MOST DELICIOUS ... 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' • % %  Prtdoy Pec-ember 22. IS 61 Ira Isf fkrZctiari Report Research Center Progress | [< : -1 i : %  \ • rsitj ':• S : : R rch Center spon ir Florida Divi in \ Friends %  .-. mi I ji r isalem. .... a;'or factoi i the A %  %  < %  %  !' •••." ?. ... v. i [nesday i %  ,• %  i %  Carl tel feting [si :--..-.a Damari G %  t :• (.-.rch e< •."• r's pro i s that "economical I u.ii r-. available to resi ,i • sons in th" tie c\ i the next eight to 10 years." Gordon, president of the South ff-'ci Division, said the oroj -'lotion's orive to raise some S.:C X>0 'or the project is near ir: *ne one-third mark. i. -c rej>erti"g on the year's pro;;t the session were Dr Marks and Dr. Lawrence i •.. presidents of Ami i Physic...: Committi ,.-. Om. ga dental fraternitj i :er here. Their i r a r the i I i •: r rew I •..-.' -.-. Pace Il-B c: :.-.e shew. Ballet Granada Truly Enchanting .. m at < (! bes y-cosi ive i • at litonun tic .. dien< • I i i ... • • • I • %  :. Raul eadir.c ihi I which they 1 a!s< raphj he t t %  i I • : ence as the di %  (.( \-( tci -:>;.• sic, thi > ••'. r< ma: I ..• en< hai' i — Isabel Grove. %  'cr.si:e'.z. Bcrrie Chcse. and Schachter Opens Yiddish Series '"i Fchach.ttr. Yiddish \—.tr udeviUi jtar, will b I ia Theatre startinc • • hav, a %  arrangement: •. .•.-.: %  • • Cil en it %  %  .-. •: in Pre grams wil ct:c: .• • n shows %  %  %  it..from l ti New Are Welcomed Rcy Dcnton in his starring rele as Gec:ce Raft, in 'The :r£ Raft Story now al lh Carib, Miami, Mirccle end 163rd 5 :ec-t Theatres. Julie Lcr.dcr. above pcpulai sor.gsiress .? lectured with Joyne hols. 'Judgment' Opens With Festive Gala At Lincoln Thtr, Er. tits, music ai plent; ('..,• marked the %  '. sti • i '-. .: Ie> Kramer's >\; new ; icture, "Jud| Nun which b( M>. • Five S mthern • i -..% %  at the ] In Theatrt or W< The premii a s spons Elks 1 i .•Am :.'.'• 1 %  t at N : ry %  %  1 %  • • ':: %  %  %  : a screen] ... ry -.:..: Nurem Good Neighbor Policy Boosted Th( | iy gets a dec di •' seven i % %  .< ria .. stuI ." %  An welcorm : this com ... lei rei -. %  701 Mi .' %  Thi %  %  two and 1 wclci • thi resort c:tj b> Mian i Ei Mayoi Ki net] i :a after rl :i Iks by VV'i si in Fedi : ian Arthur H. -hor. and presi (:.: .lack D. Gordon. i.EGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER S NAME LAW N HEREBY GIVKN n,i ilo I Mi* IMITKI) II SSOI N. I lh th l' %  .... I I 'Il-M \\ I*< IRIAM • iiwm-i Mcvc: Kenneth Okc receives iirst invitation to the premiere c: .and o! Milk and Honey," the Israeli revue at the Exodus room c: the Monte Ccrlo hc:e ; With Mcyor Okc are Bernard Cohen (left) and Jacob Baal-Teshuva, producers and directors UOHttOMin Cllf? me 4^ rmiues recently ] loineo • Jiidta in Coral'Gabit'<•• members. Merdeoai Podct. apiril I l! the Temple, will welcome :nto the corpregation duncg • rrioay evening. war -• -• rring 51 .. I ietnch, Maxirr i I •. the film has alread) its Lincoln Theatre en ..: N'urcmbe shown on a two. : -• rvei seal basis s ^siass^ mm &2 "One of the Nation's Oldest and largest' i Federal ^INGS <* lOAH ASSOCIATION W MlAM, 4% r PER ANM'JM Current IS' Dividend Rate ON SAVINGS % tSOUto JOSEPH M. I'lfTOM. President jww fS £XCE£D 175 i liiufl* & ^ LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. ,N PROBATE No. S4E98-B IN I:I: i %  %  ti ,,f [•Al'blNK WKINSTE1N, I '. 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ESTA T tSH Kt'lS! %  ', '%  i i rdlng i" Hi' P il thertol • tied In Plal Booh %  I %  i •" thi Ptiblli liPOI da "I Florida • t 1 %  Modi i Rll Irt i i.i prai Mod< i i : \ %  Vi •. In d •" iii,your anmr I lalnl iili th • thi affi • %  •!'! Court, and .. %  \ i .'-...t upon I'n HI' .'. !!\ : INE, nth Floor Hull ling, Miami S2, • %  • iha n .Linn... pro i 'onfet-ao will %  •• •. %  • %  • nm UMAX, Clerk. oi Ida E II I.ANWAY, I, l, •IN 1 SE %  %  •• IN THE COUNT> JUDGE'S COURT IN "-s: -: c DADE CCL\TV. FL.OR D' N P^CEATE N sU.U : NO" CE TO CREDITORS • : % %  -. Si Eatat. yo • • %  '" • %  nd : • quired • %  — i -' --..•. SERAF1NO S \NT V, -RI %  %  %  .-• • %  %  •. %  Ii "oanthi • i%  nil • • %  • 111. i: :' • • in I >ai • *'ltl call nda • dati %  I ii v ; : • • • or thi will I ham n u .. : 1AM ANTHi iNY s.\ .i. EM cuti i J. DAVII N Vttoi n. s •:: %  S IN' %  • • • • Mom, -:• :. %  %  I'. .-. : :, I' Il M 12 22 -l^ NOT :E EY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLC^r*IM AND FOR DADE COUNTY. INCWANCER'i NC f'C :6:e HAI.'. %  !•• HELEN 1 SI FCf .' /ORCE Ti i: HI %  • N... V j %  -. :.. .. i • %  • • %  %  • ; • I ... : • • %  • %  C thi %  %  %  v %  %  '• P. HI') • %  • '• %  x th St.. N.-'ti • .I a and I %  %  • %  • :-..-• %  th. call %  ..> i Jan ... ^ .; ta.lt %  '. -•• .'-'"' "• I %  ..:.. %  ... • in the Bill of Con n • 1 ; bllshi d onei .... -, ...•--• • i Rt-cutivi weeks .. \N DONE N C'Rl >EKEI al Ml I ritta 5 I '-A of Di etnbi V. D \; %  LBATi RMAN Ci. • ; ni Florida | LAN WAY; ; tj Clerk WIL1 i iJPHREYS P80N1 % %  %  -' • • %  \ %  %  : rl %  .... "CIRCUIT COURT, lit* JUC CIAL C RCUIT, TADE COUNTY. FLA •. C ( : V .' I I : %  %  am NOT CE BV F. BL CAT ON Y (>! %  '' .... e -, : .. ... DtherwUi : %  ED Di rnbei '. • • •N --C'RCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTJ. 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Page 12-B •* fc**Ul ttnrMiftn Friday, December 22, 1961 UNDCP THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION THE ORTHODOX VAAO HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA "ABB. DR. ISAAC H.RSH EVER, DIRECTOR Quantity Rights Reserved WE SELL U.S. CHOICE end U.S. PRIM'. MEATS ONLY s C a Once Apin, the Festive and Joycus Holidays Are Upon Us! As Usual, We Have Selected for You, Our Customers., the Finest Carloads of U.S. GOY'T. INSPECTED KOSHER MADE GRADE "A" Famous Bnnd Turkeys Produced QUEEN ESTHER or EMPIRE KOSHER Two Brands of the Finest Western Breed Kosher Turkeys Packed Exclusively for Food Fair Kosher Markets...Now at the LOWEST PRICES EVER ... And GUARANTEED TO BE the FINEST! 16 to 22 KEY 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 ONE NEAR YOU! MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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' "{Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volur:.e 34 Number 51
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 22, 1961
Two Sections Price 20?
ISSUE BOILING TO VOTE
UN Ponders Refugee
Debate as Golda Meir
Reports Israel's Stand
URGE DIRECT NEGOTIATIONS PAGE 7-A
UNITED NATIONS-*JTA -The General Assembly's special polit-
ic! i nimi'tee. which has thus far debated the Arab refugee issue
here for 17 sessions, decided this week to bring the issue to a vote
Tuesday. An evening session previously scheduled was called off
bj the group's chairman, Yordan Tchobanov, of Bulgaria.
Two resolutions, plus an amend-
ment o one of the drafts, are be- resolution, introduced by Pakistan,
fore the committee. The first reso- Indonesia and Afghanistan, would
lution, presented by the United 'reconstitute" the Palestine Con-
Si ate', requests the Palestine Con- ciliation Commission by enlarging
ciliaticn Commission to "intensify" it to five members. The PCC con-
it~ efforts toward possible imple- sists now of three membersthe:
ons of a single paragraph United States, France and Africa,
in a long 1943 Assembly resolution. The second resolutlon scheduled
Contrary to Arab insistence,
that only one sub-clause of that
1946 document be implemented,
calling for "repatriation" of the
refugees to Israel and their com-
pensation by Israel, the U.S.
draft mentions also the alterna-
tives of resettlement of the refu-
gees and their possible integra-
tion into the general Middle East
economy.
v i-nendment to the American
for a ballot was introduced by
eight African state-, six from Latin
America and the Netherlands rep-
resenting other West Europeans,
calling upon the Arab states and,
Israel to open direct negotiations
toward passible solution of all
their disputes, including the retu
.. e problem
In the debate Monday morning.
Muhammad Ngileruma. of Nigeria,
Continued on Paqe lt-A
CHAJtGfD WITH 'CWRENCr SPtCUlATION'
Another Orthodox Jew
Sentenced by Red Chiefs
LONDON(JTA)A 52-year-oid Orthodox Jew was sentenced to
death by a Soviet court in Tiflis. the capital of Soviet Georgia, on
charges of "currency speculation," according to reports received here
t iis week from Moscow.
Results Vary
In Battle Over
Yule in School
The defendant was Mordekhai A.
Kakiashvili. who was not identified
as Jewish, but Soviet press ac- j
counts of the trial made it clearly
evident he was a Jew. The Soviet
press reports said that during pre-
trial investigation he declined to
sign a statement cf interrogation
on a Saturday. The Zasya Vostoka.
a Georgian newspaper, also quoted
i him as saying: "Today I cannot,
_ .. I do it tomorrow. You understand."
NEW YORK (JTA) Both
\ ictories and defeats were report
i this week from various school
'stricts in the annual struggle ot
Jewish communal relations agen-
i ies to win elimination or at least
emphasis of Christmas pro-
'-ams in public schools.-
The Hartsdate Board of Educa-
tion in Westchester rejected a re-
quest from a group of residents
for permission to build a Nativity
ene on the lawn of the Central
Avenue School. Last October, the .
school board voted to give away a -his week in Paris to make i vig-
ceche owned by the school dis- Crou< protesl to the Soviet Em-
trict because "the propriety of the bassy aga fn. H
wier-hip and utilization by a Mos ol ''" Usn
-ehool district of a sectarian reli- religio a;
- -ymbot is subject to ques- CRIF d after a lengthy
Lon." The creche had "been dis- ||scussion : delegation to
yedjrt the school grounds for 20 .,.,, :;;.,..,.; Embassj ;> n:ee! Ser-
The news followed reverts of
death sentences recently im-
posed on Orthodox Jews in Len-
ir.irad on similar charges. Ob-
servers here suggested that the
trials and sentences might rep-
resent a new Soviet approach to-
ward getting rid of Jewish relig-
ious lay leaders under th guise
of charges unrelated to the real
Soviet objective.
CRIF. the representative organ-
ization ol French .lew.-, decided
Adolf s Lawyer
PRIME MINISTER NEHRU
. super-humanitarian
EDITORIAL
VIEW
Goa's Gone;
Israel Was
Far Different
As late as on his recen;
"good will" tour of the Uni-
ted States and protra.-ied
talks with President Kennedx
at the White House. India's
super-hijinanitarian Prime
Minister Nehru told a Wash
ington correspondent that
.iiplomatic recognition of Is-
rael continues to remain "out
A the question" for his gov-
ernment espec.ally in the
shadow of Israel's "inexcus
able" role in the Sinai-Suez
campaign of 1956.
India's super-humanitarian
Prime Minister Nehru this
.veek sent his planes, troops,
and artillery crashing and
screaming into Goa. In a
matter of hours, these fprce-
crushed the small Portu-
gese colony.
The Nehru government ex-
ilains it all as "the further
liberation of the people ot
ndia."
Now that Goa's gone, the
best reaction to Mr. Nehru
Continued on Page 3 A
COURT READS VERDICT PAGE 6-A
GERMAN OFFICIALS APPROVE PAt 12-A
JERUSALEM (JTA)Counsel for Adclf Eichmann. sentenced here
by the District Court last Friday to hanging for crimes against the
Jewish people and crimes against humarity. filed notice Sunday of an
appeal to the Israel Supreme Court.
The notice was filed by Dieter
Wechtenbruch. assistant to the
.hief of Eichmann's defense. Dr. j
ilobert Servatius. The latter re
urned to Germany immediaiely
after the sentencing.
Wechtenbnich told the Jewish
Tel graphic Agency he ha.- re
quested an extension cf 15 (!;.; s I :
I 'iling the defense reasons for the
, appeal against the court's judg i
> mert and sentence. Dr. Servatius
| he said, will be hack here bel
; the end of the month for the final-
ization of the formal appeal
Meanwhile. Eichmann. a- a con-
i vict facing death instead ol
mere prisoner awaiting trial and
sentence, has been transferred
1 'ram the jurisdiction ct the pclicc
i to the care of the governments
1 orisor. administration.
The convict is now in an Is-
raeli prison, occupying a single
cell, wearing regulation prison
costume instead of civilian garb.
His cell contains a bed, table,
chair and drinking water. He
will be denied contact with other
prisoners but will be permitted
to take a walk every day.
Both Dr. Servatius and Wcchten-1
bruch told newspapermen here. j
after the sentencing, that Etch-,
mann had expected the verdict he
heard as well as the sentence. "It i
was no surprise to him." said Dr.
Servatius before he left for Ger
many. "
not expect to rejoin
again as a free man."
Dr. Servatius praised the con-
duct of the trial here, declaring it
Former Nazi
NATO General
Center of Storm
By Special Report
NEW YORKThe career of West
ian Gen. Adolf Heusinger was
characterized this week by the
American Jewish Congress as
"typified at best by a brutal and
opportunistic amorality."
But the Congress dissociated it-
seli from the demand by the Soviet
Lnion that Heusinger be extradited
to Moscow to stand trial for war
crimes and crimes against peace
and humanity.
"The duplicity of Soviet Rus-
sia's attack on Gen. Heusinger is
transparent in the light of the
warm welcome the U.S.S.R. has
given other Naxi generals who
have lent themselves to Soviet
purposes," Julian Freeman,
chairman of the international af-
fairs commission of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, declared.
Ambassador's Ball to End
Glittering Israel Bond Year
The American Jewish Congress
statement supported an editorial
in the Nov. 15 issue of the Protes
Alter" aU7he himself dWl1*"* magazine. "Christian Centu-
his family I rv- that descnbed Gen Heusing-
er as a "liability" to the demo-
cratic cause and that urged the
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-
tion to "drop him" as Chairman of
the NATO Military Representative
Committee.
Freeman said the American Jew-
ish Congress had previously re-
frained from commenting on Gen.
Heusinger's key position in NATO
'onlv because we were aware that
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peart, prior to last Christmas.
In heavily Jewish Essex Coun-
ty of New Jersey, the local Com-
munity Relations Council report-
ed that sue- observances wer*
Confined on Page 8-A
vi Vinogradov, the Soviet Am-
bassa(J France. The delega-
. t.on plans to call the attention of
i the envov to the "anxiety the.
trials and imprisonment have.
Continued on Page 12-A
The 1961 Ambassador's Ball will
lie held under the patronage of
Ambassador Mordekhai Shneerson.
Ambassador of Israel to Mexico
and Central America, and Florida
Gov. Earns Bryant.
The Ball will be held Wednesday
evening at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Joining with Ambassador
Shneerson and Gov. Bryant will
be Mrs. Shneerson and Mrs.
Eryant, as well as a host of noted
figures from the world of arts,
letters, government and civic en-
deavors.
Among the guests who will join
in the festivities are members of
the consular corps of Greater Mi-
ami, who will be escorted by mem-
bers of the Ambassador's corps of
hosts. The distinguished represen-
tatives of foreign governments will
he formally presented to the Gov-
ernor and the Ambassador m a
ceretnonj of state.
Ambassador Shneerson is one >l
Israel's most noted diplomats
Samuel Friedland, chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond
"anization. pointed out that "A -
bassador Shneerson's patronage
the Ball is particularly appropri-
ate in vie w of the recent Pan-
American Friends of Israel ('.
Will Tour." which was clim
at a reception for the group of
touring Miami leaders by the Am-
Continued on Page 7-A
GOV. BRTANT
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Page 2-A
*Jfwisfi ncridfiaiin
Friday. December 22.
Eichmann's Lawyer Files Notice of Appeal
Continued from Page 1-A
was "a great spiritual achieve-
ment." He expressed the opinion
that the Eichmann trial was juri-
dically a greater achievement than
the Nuremberg War Crimes trials
in 1946, when he acted as defense
counsel for some oi the leading
Nazi w ar criminals.
Wechtenbruch said "the first
time I saw Eichmann, I felt he
would be hanged." Like
he declared also that 'Eichmann
received a fair trial throughout."
He answered "yes" to a questi in
as to whether a German court
would have convicted Eichmann
under the same evidence adducted
at the trial here.
One objection raised by D:\
Servatiu* was to the refusal b>
Israel's Attorney General Gideon
Hausner. chief prosecutor in the
Rabbis Alexander S. Gross (left), principal of the Hebrew Eichmann case, to the release ol
Academy, presents a plaque to Maurice Revitz, honored the book ot memoirs written b\
-.:uest, at the 14th annual banquet of the Hebrew Academy Eichmann since he was imprisoned
6 j ii- r d 'wre Dr Servatius said tie wouid
Sunday evening. Looking on is Mrs. Revitz. iere t/r- iW"u"
1,000 Attend Colorful Hebrew Academy Dinner
have submitted the book to the tence against Eichmann win
court, but tor Hausner*? rejection!
ol his request to obtain the manu-
script.
never
). cai I out fj,a( .
1
Some 1.000 guests gathered Sun
day at the Deauville hotel to attend
ihe 14th annual buiLmg dinner of
t'-.e Hebrew Academy in honor ot
.Maurice RevitX, chairman of the
school's executive committee, for
his "dedicated service and devo-
hOfl ti the American Jewish com-
munity and to the State of Israel "
Toastmaster was Mayor Shepard
Broad, of Bay Harbor. Leonard
Rosen, co-chairman of the affair
and chairman of the Academy's
building committee, announced that
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the campaign's million dollar g tal
in the next 30 days.
B. I. Binder, president of the
school, thanked the community
"for recognizing the vital role the
Hebrew Acaoemy has played in
the cc.tural and educational de-
velopment of the community."
Vice Mayor Mai Englander
greeted guests on behalf ot the City
(i Miami Beach, and expressed
the "pride of the Miami Beach
community in witnessing the erec-
tion of the new Hebrew Academy."
A citation oi appreciation to
RevitZ was presented by Rabbi
Alexander S Gross, principal
Musical program was rendered
by Cantor Abraham Seit. of Kne-
seth !.-r:iel Congregation, and Na-
poleon Keed. The evening was
opened with an invocation by Lee
Rosenhouse; a blessing over the
I read by Mark Revitz; and Grace
by Mark Safra. Benediction was
by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of
. Temple Menorah
Greetings on behalf of the 320
students were extended by Michael
Gewitz, an eighth grade student.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, executive
director of the school, closed the
t^er.inu
Sen Wayne Morse, of Oregon was
unable to attend.
Loui> Merwitzer. chairman ot
the arrangements committee, led
the procession composed of dis-
tinguished community leaders here
to the dais.
Members of the committee, in I
addition to Merwitzer. were Charles,
Charkowsky. Samuel Reinhard.(
Harry Genet. Irving Firtel. Oscar
Member. Sol Goldman. Maurice
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Wechtenbruch said that the de
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appeal The Israel Governn em
had allocate S20.I to help de-
fray the h expenses, but
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alreadj ipe'nt 832.500. The assist-
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month, eeiHMt result in a high
tribunal ruling before about
March, since the high court will
have to study not only the entire
300-page final judgment and sen-
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ed exactly four months, from
Apr. 11 to Aug. 11. According
to law, the appeal must be heard
by a minimum of three members
of the Supreme Court and, in
any case, by an odd number of
justices.
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vJenisli FhrBdISain
Page 3-A
AN EDITORIAL VIEWPOINT
Goa's Gone, Mr. Nehru
Continued from Page I A
is: "Ah. go on." This lime,
his sanctimoniousness, even
of a more precious variety
than in the cast' ol Israel, in-
deed assure.- ihe fad that he
is going on removed from
the pulpit of his preachment
to Other nations and other
leaders and supported, main
ly, by Mr. Khrushchev and
To
What better support lor a
"neutral" to put the lie to
his neutrality.'
Frilly Aprons
Sent in Mail
The mail this week will bring a
frilly apron to those who have
made plans to attend the Mt. Sinai
Hospital gala to remind them the
date is Saturday al the Fontaine-
bleau.
Mrs Ben Novaek and Mrs. A.
Herbert Mathes. chairmen of ,ne
event, say "this is only the first of
many surprises awaiting guests at
the hospital's first ball."'

Discussing Combined Jewish Appeal campaign plans here
are (left to right) Herschel Rosenthal, vice chairman of the
finence Division; Edward M. Eisenberg, vice chairman of the
Furniture and Appliances group; Dr. Carl Baumann,, vice JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
chairman of Dentists; Ronald Alpert, vice chairman of the
Manufacturing croup; and Robert Schockett.
6,000 Technical Experts
Walk Out in Israel Strike
Taxpayers Elect
Greene President
me (i Greene has been elect-
;i lent Tor 1962 of the Miami
I h Taxpayers' Assn.. succeed-
1 Robed A. Peterson, who will
. :".ic on the board.
Vice presidents are William T.
1 ,,k II, Godfrey Perell. r.irk*
I k. B, Bayard Strell and Henry
1 Wolff, secretary; Sara Dee
l owjtz, <_'. L. Clements, jr.
tKasurer.
directors include Ben Bat-
t -. Dennis P. Clum. Ted E
( David Fonton. Norman (lil
I ii inert S. Gimbel. Dr. Jack A
(.(ti.house. Nathan Gumenick,
P..:; Marko. jr.. .lack S. Popick.
^ in E. Rubin, Paul Seiderman,
( Carl K Shaw, and Myron 11
V .-.>n.
i -iid trustees are Jack A.
;;. (Jeore J. Bertnian. Mrs.
Ulie Buswell, John B Denvir. jr .
5 I Friedland, I)r Leonard 11.
,'. c^bson. Ritter Levinson. Louis
ids, Max Orovitz. E. Albert
it. Dr. Kurt Peiser, Frank
> athers, jr.. Senator Andrew J.
; Mrs Rose Weiss, and Col.
hell Wolfson.
. an attorn* y is a gradu-
Harvard Universitj and a
1 : special deputy attornej
ral tor the State ot New York
.1 member ol the executive
't the American Jewish
ttee, of the regional hoard
r.r *.DL. and of the board "t gov-
' i'l 1 ill' m ai< >i w.liu JcW -
Federation.
is also a member of the -
t board of governors and past
i Udenl ol ih Y rida Sta < Fed-
Bon of R'nai B'rith Lodges He
' currently serving a- vice chair-
1 q of the Metro Comniittee ol the
( overnment Resear ?"uncll of
"e Miami-Dade County Chamber
oi Commerce, and is a member of
he national arbitration panel of
the American Arbitration Assn.
Newsman to be Speaker
Hendrik J Herns, of the Miami
News, will he featured speaker at
a regular monthly brunch ol the
Brotherhood <>l Temple Beth SI10-
lom on Sunday morning, 10:30 a.m.,
in the Temple auditorium. David
Drucker is brotherhood president.
lack Wagner, program chairman,
said lhat Kerns will speak on "Is
There Any Hope for Democracy "
JNF Executive
Visiting Here
Judge Henry Ellenbogen. ol New
York, has arrived in Miami Beach
tor a two-week stay.
Leon J. Ell. president of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of Grcat-
er Miami, said this week that Judge
Ellenbogen will address a JNF ex-
ecutive board meeting and speak
at a Foundation luncheon meeting
during Ins stay here.
Judge Ellenbogen IS in charge
ol JNF Foundation affairs in New
'i oik. New Jersey, and Pennsyl-
\ ania.
TEL AVIV An 11-hour mara-
thon bargaining session collapsed
Tuesday morning, and 6.000 sal-
aried engineers, agronomists, and
chemists walked oil their jobs in
public institutions and government
offices.
The Engineers Union, which has
been bargaining for higher wages
for several months, met Mondaj
night with officials of the govern-
ment and Histadrut, Israel's Labor
Federation, in last ditch talks. The
engineers have claimed that the
wage gap between them and com
mon laborers had been narrowed
b\ a recent general increase for
the laborers.
A committee set up by the
Histadrut recommended a small
increase in engineers' wa/jes,
but the engineers rejected the
proposal, demanding as a min-
imum a 16 percent increase.
Only essential work in the de-
fense and a lew other agencies
was permitted to continue.
Representatives of a teachers'
union meanwhile called a meeting
for Thursday to decide whether to
call a strike in support of their
demands for an increase in wages.
A meeting was to be held Wednes
day between teachers representa-
tives, and the directors -general ol
Ihe Finance and Education .Min-
istries will decide whether the de-
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He and h:~ wife are known for
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Volume 34 Number 51
Friday. December 22. 1961
15 Tebet 5722
Philosopher's
Viewpoint
Ncled Israel philosopher Merlin
Buber has been quite the intellectual
lege during the past few years. His
ccceptcr.ee on the world's college
campuses, among other things, bor-
ders on the adulation accorded the
latest best-selling novelist, the most
lecent dance craze, or the height in
iashion.
This is unusual acceptance fo a
philosopher of any kind and for
a contemporary philosopher ct that.
One explanation lies in the fact that
Prof. Buber is a living exponent of
existentialism, the belief almost al-
ways found in the kind of fiction
and verse conducive to popular con-
sumption today.
Refined to its abstract elements,
Buber's philosophy is thus a cogent
statement of the existential principles
which many "thinking" persons pre-
sumably espouse in our time.
Especially for this reason, his
statement about the Eichmann ver-
dict found itself emblazoned in worldwide
headlines within hours after Prof. Buber made
it In brief. Prof. Buber is opposed to capital
punishment, and seems determined to file a
personal appeal of the sentence.
It is not uncommon for great men at least
nominally to be in the vanguard of even great-
er moments in history. By this, we do not
mean the men related to shaping the moments,
but rather persons of eminence in intellectual
and artistic endeavor, who spontaneously
identify with critical events generally un-
related to their more immediate interests as
an exuberant affirmation of their concern for
the world about them.
Prof. Buber's statement on capital punish-
ment seems to be a sincere attempt on his part
to apply the elements of his philosophy to the
world in which he lives to emerge horn the
abstract into the real in an efiort to test the
validity of the abstract.
This has always been the dilemma of the
prophet of morality, whose beliefs are noble,
but who is himself destroyed when he brings
1hem to play in the acid of human existence.
Bertrcnd Russell's recent comments on nuclear
testing aie a case in point, which in the bitter
realities of the East-West cold war, leave the
renowned British philosopher-logician bereft
cf all practical sense.
Linus Pauling, the Nobel Prize-winning
American physicist, if not a Communist sym-
pathizer as some charge, is another example of
the intellectual left without a shred of practical
support in behalf of the beliefs he espouses in
fields of thinking unrelated to his real skill. .
Does all this mean that Martin Buber is
wrong in urging clemency for Adolf Eichmann
that he is an ivory tower dreamer, whose
comment should be considered amusing and
then ignored?
Not really. But neither can it be a realistic
vanguard of opposition to the verdict. Prof.
Buber may rightly regard all considerations
germane to practicality as beneath him in the
matter of shaping his moral imperatives, but
in the real world of existence, existentialism is
after all philosophy.
Ctocooia
TWRS
vy
panopy of unofficial diplomatic activity, which
should add to the excitement of a happy social
event.
But the most important thing of a'l will
be the bonds sold during the past season
the investment funds from which are now at
Israel's disposal in the young nation's battle
to achieve economic independence.
A Rash of Court Suits
This time of year always brings a rash
of suits filed by irate parents over the infraction
of the separation of church and state principle
in the nation'3 public schools.
Christmas observances in the schools,
these parents believe, more rightly belong at
home and in the church.
The Supreme Court of the United States is
now in the process of studying a case in-
volving one of these suits.
On the basis of the forthcoming opinion,
school boards throughout the land will be em-
.boldened or discouraged in their ongoing and
blatant violation of a U.S. constitutional prin-
ciple.

the week
as i see it
anxious
i
by LEO MINDLIN
' '! I'.-: II
The Israel Bond Season
The glittering Ambassador's Ball next
Wednesday will bring to a conclusion the
Israel Bond drive's current season in Greater
Miami.
Bond leaders can point to many successes
in the bond campaign successes that have
made Miami outstanding in the nalion in this
field of endeavor in behalf of Israel.
As in the past, the ball will unfold in a
A Successful Campaign
The United Fund of Dade County has
made it. As of early this week, UF announced
it had achieved 52,711,925, a sum only frac-
tionally short of its 1961 goal of $2,798,925.
Fund officials expect that the momentum
of the drive will bring the campaign over the
top within the next few days.
Thus ends Dade county's latest humani-
tarian endeavor for the support of 39 life-giving
agencies. This successful effort is even more
noteworthy than the statistics indicate on their
face, for it follows on the heels of the UF cam-
paign last year that brought South Florida to
the low point of its philanthropic sense.
All of which augurs well for the Combined
Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami, whose 1962
campaign opened on Friday. Greater Miami
Jewry also must gird itself to pull out of the
downward spiral of its previous campaign.
And this is already well on the way to
achievement by virtue of CJA's current mobil-
ization in behalf of many local, national, and
overseas health, welfare and Israeli causes.
But the most important consideration will
inevitably be the corps of dedicated men and
women here determined to bring off a success-
ful 1962 campaign men and women who
will demonstrate their dedication by their con-
tribution of funds and volunteer hours in be-
half of Greater Miami Jewry's united, one-time-
a-year philanthropy.
woman was on the telp-
fliiriiip the week phone in a '** ** <*
1,1,1 "b UWj breathless discussion, she told
her story. When 1 demurred
"explained." withdrew. ^
hung up irately. Briefly, ihe
sought me out to report the
appearance of Janus Ratal, an
Arab agent here, at a Strtoma
meeting that very noon. 1
must, she said, be present in
the audience to correct the record, and to tell "our" side of the slorv
Batal speaks in Miami very often, I replied. Indeed, l could
dedicate my life to following him around in a kind of circulating re-
buttal and never really have enough time to neutralize his present*,
lions on every occasion. Besides, I remarked, there were mj office
and certain editorial matters demanding immediate and protracted
attention: it would be quite out of the question for me to pick up and
go Batal-hunting at a moment's notice.
It was at this point that she hung up. and I frankly can -ay 1
blame her. Arab propaganda, especially with respect to 1 h< :rtu;(,.
problem, is on the rise in the U.S. Both its incidence and insidious-
in appear to be reaching alarming proportions. The rei
apparent; they derive from the Arab blocs current all-oul effort to
force an immediate United Nations "solution" to the rel 1 emmi
The irony here is that the Arabs want no solution <
moval of Israel fn m the face of the earth.
Short of such an end, they prefer to exploit the refugees I
fullest political possibilities.
ACHMED SHUKAM AS RAMROD
IN THE FIRST instance, they n fuse to negotiate with
they do not recognize Israel's national integrity Secondly, they
want not only to impose the ground rules for solution, but the terms
of the solution, as well. This hardly indicates a sincere de-re on
the Arab leadership's part to bring to a close a dilemma thai ha<
served to nurture the explosive character of the Middle East for more
than a decade.
Today's Arab offensive at the UN features Arab diplomat Achmed
Shnkairy as ramrod. Under his continuing and abusive barrage
against Israel, he has set forth a program toward solution composed
of four ma;n points: foreign custodianship of Arab properties in Israel;
UN investigation of the Arab "plight" in Israel: abolition of the Pales-
tine Conciliation Commission, or its enlargement to make the body
"more representative;" the seating of an official "Palestine Arabs
delegation" at the United Nations.
The first of these proposals flies in the face of the fact that Israel
has alrcadv returned a good deal of previously frozen Arab funds to
their rightful owners, and that meticulous records are kept of such
Arab properties and incomes still unclaimed by virtue of the continu-
ing political impasse. More important, it seeks to impose on the rest
of the world the Arabs' private and bizarre view ol Israel's "non-
existence." On what basis can Israel accept foreign interference in
her internal affairssuch as custodianship would certairly represent?
THE PALESTINE CONCILIATION COMMISSION
rE SECOND PROPOSAL suggests that Israel's indigenous Arab
population is the butt of repression, which the facts in the main
simply do not support. Arab representation in the Israel Parliament
is a case in point: although, undeniably, security measures designed
to cope with Israeli Arab subversion tend to give superficial substance
to the discrimination charge. The truth is that all of Israel- Arab
population would be accorded equal treatment were so many ol them
not dedicated to the nation's annihilation.
The machinations surrounding the Palestine Conciliation Com
mission are the most interesting of all. The PCC report of Ncv. 15.
though editorially changed as a result of behind-the-scenes Arab pres-
sure at the UN, still gives a less sympathetic view of the refuge*
dilemma in the Arab's behalf than their propaganda has heretofore
painted it. In short, the report, even as amended, more emphatically
than in the recent past sheds some official clarification on the Arab
interpretation of Paragraph 11 of the original United Nations .resfllu-
tion dealing with the refugee question.
While the Arabs have repeatedly and over the years quoted
Paragraph 11 out of context, suggesting that the world Jpeiuc oNanii*
tion calls for repatriation of the Palestine Arabs as tne'Vinly solution,
the report clarified the record: that resettlement and compensatiM
are also clearly set forth among the recommendations. This is a
critical question because Israel obviously can not accept acrossw
board repatriation; at the same time, she has shown considerable
willingness to assist in resettlement and to offer compensate
But all these considerations merely skirt the fundamental reason-
ing behind the minimal Arab insistence on enlargement of the Pales-
tine Conciliation Commission, if not its dissolution entirely.
RESPONSIBILITY Of AMERICAN JEWS
FOR ONE THING, it could open the way to the testing of Arab
delegations on the commission, which today is composed almost
exclusively of Western UN membership. For another, it could
prove a direct road to the door marked "Soviet interference," an
the Arab propensity for playing footsie with the Kremlin Is nut ne
in the annals of United Nations history.
The fourth proposal, seating an independent "Palestine Arabs
delegation," is reminiscent of the peculiar Algerian rebel exl'l'r'c""
at the UN, but in fact bears no direct relationship to it; altnouS\,0
Arabs, themselves, may play on the parallel, other factors tend
invalidate it. Neither are eloquent Arab spokesmen at the im
Nations lacking, either for words or numbers, to advance the alieg
best interests of the refugees.
Achmed Shukairy is a case in point. To compond the farce ^
seating another delegation would merely mean to add to the ***
the already seriously ineffective UN effort in this decade-long -trugg
Such is the background of the current Arab effort "once and1 or
all" to "solve" the refugee problem via the destruction of '^ ,
Hence, the stepped up Arab propaganda in the U.S. and
Miami) as well.
Hence, too, the anxious woman's telephone call. r>o *'nnata|5
Jews have a direct responsibility to do battle against ,h(' t0
among them? I should think yes perhaps as much as tnej n ^
be concerned about gathering the funds that bring their bretnre
the Mellahs of North Africa to a new life in Israel. For more 0
next week.


Friday, December 22, 1961
t'Jenislh Moradliatn
LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Page 5-A
Educator 'Clarifies' School Record
EDiTOR, The Jewish rloridian:
in i r Test the "startl-
;' Upiflftfas" u'"rci;e:i!
[lave of teen-agers sponsored by
Creator Miami Jewish Com-
lity Center. The conclusi
I ,i.-cv .-. v;.;;. <: uiically from 'im--
: cent s (ven-year natioi al
id> oi Jc is : ication in the
States
indicates thi I
i luri nd pleasant n
ime from the Sui
Rational studj
: upi i the 27 : .
c es. includ
in that p ipiis, i .
v. i .'. I,-. school I ke th -.-
otrii it more
S inda
sties i ; ii
: ts "do I
ol as i
>o "do n it I ... '
In answering a ques;on in the
ririonai survey as to whe'Hs-
1'iev would to to Jewish s-hool
i: their own free choice, 61.69
ered in favor of the Hebrew
v.ecx-day school and only 56.9%
appeared to favor the Sunday
school.
\yer to the question, do
-to continue your Jewish
ies 47-!S" of the students de-
red '.ii- further Hebrew study
y 37 2 declared for Sun-
day school study. Over 500 high
I -indents interviewed in the
i Kin.il sOVtey declared that they
red their studies, and 52.2'.
indicated they wanted to continue
i eti Jewish education in the He-
school. Sixty percent of these
-c-hool Students interviewed
that they would continue
studies freely, and that they
'i the .subjects general!) or
;'lly.
r.itiona! study was ned -
taken from a more scien-
selection and larger sampling
ewish youth, and reflects con-
rated study of this problem
local conclave included in the
L :// session oh Jewish education
30 young people who obvious-
were not selected as a cross
'tion of local Jewish youth. It
'- apparent that their answers may
have been somewhat different if
the representation were more
Selective, and if the questions were
Idressed to them by an educator
more informed on the objecth
Curriculum and administration of
thowJewiat soli
It is my hope that the opinions
of the conclave are not regarded
by the Jwi?h community as an
authoritative point of view of a
cross section cf American Jew-
ish youth or even of the teen-
agars cf this community.
Tlv to i that our youth
si i uld be ... i. i> opportunity
to discus fr the pr< blems ol
Jewish i d (alii n, but 'her.- may
the value ol ex-
public. ii\ which mighl b
mis nterpi | sci-
i opi .
ion
LOU'." SCHWARTZMAN,
E-.e.-ti:. ? Dir .--'or
Bureau of Jewish Education
cDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
As president the Labor Zionist
Assembly of Gr< ater Miami. I am
eeply concerned with the renewed
Arab pressure at the United Na-
tions to bring about a "solution"
to the Arab refugee problem based
solt ly on Arab terms and detri-
mental to the best interests of Is-
rael and the Middle Has:
As is well-known, the "solu-
tion" the Arabs offer is none at
all. The Arab leadership wants
only to exploit t h e plight, to
maintain the refugee status quo,
as a means of capitalizing on its
political implications in the Arab
cold war against Israel.
There is not a single humanitari-
an impluse shown by the Arab lead-
ers in their "solution*' to the refu-
gee situation. Accordingly, in my
capacity as Labor Zionist Assem-
bly president here, I have sent the
following letter that would be of
interest to readers of The Jewish
Floridian. who may. in turn, be im-
pelled to write to our State Depart-
ment. Senators, or Representatives:
Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson
Chief Of American Delegation
United Nations. New York
Dear Sir:
The General Assembly of the
United Nations is taking up for
discussion the question of Arab
refugees
As head of the American delega-
tion to the United Nations! you wil
be called upon to express your
views and state the position of our
government or. this highly impor-
tant question.
Therefore, in the name of eleven
affiliated organizations of the La-
bor Zionist Assembly of Greater
Miami, with a membership oi ..bout
1500 persons, all devoted American
citizens, 1 wish to call to your at-
tention the following facts:
11 I" was th I who in viola-
tion of the resolution oi the United
Nations opened hostilities against
Israi!.
2) Undi r false promises ol en
richment, they induced and advised
the Arabs to leave Israt I
3l The number oi Arab refugees
ix-hundred thousand.
4) The Arab countries failed to
integrate the refugees in their
srer. my despite tl-.a large finan-
cial tupport rrom other countries
they were getting.
5) The Arabs vowed to destroy
Israel and declined numerous at-
tempts of the Israeli government
to negotiate and settle the refugee
question amicably.
61 Over five hundred thousand
.lews were either expelled or emi-
grated from Arab countries, and
all their property was confiscated
7) The Arabs are raising the
refugee question as a source tor
blackmail and intimidation.
"fil That it would be suicid-'l for
Israel to accept all the refugees
back.
91 The territory of Ihe Arab
countries is about 500 times as
large as Israel.
In the light of these facts, you
will realize how important this
question is for the existence of Is-
rael, and we trust you will arrive
al a decision compatible with the
traditional policy of our country of
fairness in dealing with other na-
tions.
Dr. SIMON WILENSKY
Miami Beach
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Religious Unit
Elects Officers
Rev. Joseph Kranz was elected
president of Mizrachi-Hapoel Ham-
izrachi. Religious Zionists of Ameri-
ca, at a meeting last week at the
Strath Haven hotel.
Other officers elected were Rev
Solomon Cooper. Dr. M. J. Sat'ra
and Philip Weiss, vice presidents;
I. H. Kramer, financial secretary:
and Sol Rashin. corresponding sec-
retary.
Members of the executive com-
mittee arc Rabbis Tibor Stern. Solo-
mon Schiff. H. Louis Rottman. Jo-
seph Rackovsky. David Lehrfield.
Isaac Ever; Revs. S. Zoretsky,
Morris Schloosberg and Joseph
Shapiro; and Louis Merwitzer, Dr.
Irving Makovsky, and I. Miller.
Beth Toroh New Year's
The New Year will be ushered in
j with a dinner dance at Beth Torah
Congregation on Sunday night. Dec.
! 31. The affair will include a full
course dinner, live orchestra and
entertainment. Mrs. Ronald Frai-
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Michael Fiuggi's "Tree of Life," v/hich will become a perma-
nent memorial in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Sculptor Piuggi
(center) is shown following the unveiling of the massive wcl-
nut panel, pointing out some of the technical detcils to Miami
Mayor Robert King High (left) and Commissioner Charles Hall
(right). The aluminum vertical plates below the tree's roots
will be engraved with names of donors to Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital.
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Page 6-A
+Je#lsii Rorkiiain
Friday. December 2?, 1951 I =
General Solicitation plans for the 1962 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal are the subject under discussion by deft to right) Daniel
Neal Heller, chairman, and associate chairmen A. Budd Cutler
end Mrs. Charles Feinberg. They'll muster the thousands of
volunteer workers to take the 1962 "New Horizons" campaign
to the community.
Benjamin Meyers Active
In Local Community Affairs
Thit ; .<
\1 .. pic aciii'i been
.: : Tiie results of
been fell f < '' muwi | And I tneir
Great '! I
.
"The great victories of life are oftenest won in a quiet way,
and not with alarms and trumpets."
Justice Benjamin Cardozo, 1915.
Benjamin Meyers is one of
those men who has not allowed
a busy and successful business
careei to keep him from play-
an active, though quiet, role
in community betterment.
\ ..,-. 1 ol Waterbury. I
Meyei came lo Miami in 1939.
\ ;ti believer in the Fed-
eration principle, Meyers pitch-
es in each year to work [or the
success ol the Combined Jewish
Appeal. He's on the board ot
governors ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and on the
national council ol t h e Anti-
Defamation League Of B'nai
B'rith.
lit- ha- served on the national
council ol the Joint Delense Ap-
peal, and has maintained an in-
tense interest In Federation
agencies devoted to fostering
democratic principles, combat-
ting bigotry and improving com-
munity relations in the I'nited
States
A graduate of Yale Universi-
ty, Meyers has also served a^
president of the Bureau of Jew
i>h E lucation.
His visits to Israel, including
one a month ago. have im-
pressed Meyers deep!)
BENJAMIN MEYERS
. .. believes in Federation
"Israel has the greatest hopes
ol progress, and the people there
are sincere and serious.'" he
said after one visit. "They have
added perspiration to the inspi-
ration which brought them to
Palestine."
Lecture Slated At Peretz School
Court Reads Verdict to Eichmann
By BEN FELLER
.1E RUSALEM IJTA I Adolf
Eichmann. with appeal- pending,
is awaiting the sal lows in Israel as
B war criminal and enemy ol man-
kind
The death penalty was pro-
nounced last week by the presi-
dent of a special three-indue tri-
bunal. Judge Mosrae Landau, after
the former Gestapo colonel had
been convicted (in all 15 counts ol
an indictment four charges of
crime.- against Ihe Jewish people.
m\ charges of crimes against hu-
manity, two charges ol war crimes
and three charges ol membership
ot hostile organiziitinn-
Before an audience which packed
the Bet 11 a a 111 courtroom, Eich-
mann entered his glass-enclosed
dock a> the judges tiled into their
places. On order of the court Eich-
mann arose and Judge Landau
.-aid:
"We have weighed the ques-
tion of appropriate punishment
with full appreciation of the bur-
den of responsibility resting on
us. We have reached the con-
clusion that in order to mete out
proper punishrrnt and deter
others, the maximum penalty
should be imposexl."
He continued: ""The objective of
the crimes committed against the
Jewish people was the extermina-
tion of a whole people trom the face
ol the earth and 111 this respect
they differ trom crimes against in-
dividuals. The chief consideration,
however, ought to> be given to the
1 Meet on the victims themselves
and in the boundless agonv they
suffered and still suffer following
these crimes
"The sending of one trainload
ot a thousand people to an extermi-
nation camp was tantamount to
complicity in a thousand murders
and the responsibility is no less
than that of the man who actually
put them into trie gas chambers,
Even had we luund that Eichmann
did all that he did from blind obe-
dience, we would say that the man
who participated in il is punishable
bj maximum punishment No or-
der could help even in mitigation.
But Eichmann acted from lull in-
ner identification aimed ai achiev-
ing the criminal objective."
He then said to the prisoner:
Adolf Eichmann. the court sen-
tences you to death for crimes
against the Jewish people, for
crime- against humanity and tor
war crimes regarding which you
were found guilt y."
The Judge added: "You may ap-
peal the sentence. If you wish to
do so, you should submit notifica-
tion within 10 clays.'*
Eichmann was led out Irom the
enclosure and the audience quietly
tiled out.
Until the very last. Eichmann
wore an expression which, from
the start of the trial last Apr. 11
baffled seasoned correspondents
and challenged Ihe descriptive
powers of journalist craftsmen
from all continents
The only suggestion of remorse
on his part wa s a statement in
the plea of Dr. Robert Servatius,
his West German lawyer, for
mercy earlier in the week. The
Cologne attorney said that evi-
dence of an "inoer readjustment"
then prevailing "this wa- imp**,
hie." He claimed that it v
correct" to list him \wth
natical Jew persecut irs" and the
fact that he was so portrayal
nounced. Prot. Martin Buber saici "boihered" him during the whole
that if Eichmann was sentenced postwar-period. He 11
would be found in the book Eich-
mann wrote during his incarcera-
tion before the trial began.
Before the verdict was pro-
to death he would appeal to Presi-
dent Ben-Zvi for a commutation of
the sentence to life imprisonment.
Prof Buber made the statement in
his
"isi-ted^jKi
superior- had lnlentiunaU*
made it so appear to place the
major blame on him.
He told the court that many ot
deny,,,, a report in a Saarbrucken. ^ < ?fiJS
Wesl German, newspaper that he ut|on h;uj ^ .. or.
intended to seek a pardon for the jm| t!|a, ,,u,)n J
former Gestapo colonel who was
found guilty of all 13 counts ot an
indictment fixing kej responsibili-
ty on him for the Nazi wartime
slaughter Ol ti.OOO.OiH) European
.lew-.
The philosopher said he
firmlj opposed to capital punish-
ment a n d that he applied that
stand to the Eichmann case "in
which there is no possible punish-
ment to tit the crime, where the
imagination cannot envisage a
suitable penalty "
The Israel Ministry of Justice
was asked to confiscate the man-
uscript of a book which Eich-
mann wrote during his 19 months
of incarceration in Israel while
awaiting the trial. Eichmann
has said his writings, which deal
with the Jewish policy of the
Nazi regime, will be published
abroad.
The request for confiscation was
made by Rabbi Mordecai Nurock.
a member of Parliament, in the
form of a question to the Justice
Ministry to which a reply is ex-
pected next week. Rabbi Nurock
contended that anything written by
the Nazi during his Israeli im-
prisonment is the property of the
Sia'e ot Israel.
Eichmann made his final state-
ment earlier in the week. Standing
erect and referring to notes made
during the reading of the verdict.
the Nazi said his hopes for justice
had been "disappointed" by the
"severe verdict which I cannot ac-
cept." He reiterated that what he
did as a Gestapo officer was nol
his responsibilit) but rested en-
tirely with "political leaders."
He said again that he had want-
ed to fight on the front line but
was kept at his "dark" assign-
ment. "My only guilt was my
discipline, my obedience, my ad-
herence to my oath. I never per-
secuted Jews from any desire
on my part. This the rulers of
Germany did, a leadership which
took advantage of my discipline.
It was the leadership that gave
the orders. Now these who re-
ceived them *re the victims."
He said it had been contended he
should have disobeyed his orders
but thai under the circumstances
prosecution doc-umenU
had been produced and arranged
with the "specific objective
evoking an "erroneous pi
He declared that trom his
tlaj he had wanted to live n
cording to ethical principals" m
was since "certain day-." he had ieeg
1 revented from loing so and *ud
to submit to a "different kind jf
world "
"l would a-k for th
of the Jewish people and a mil l
am filled with sham< fot .vhat done to them but in the light of
the verdict, this might b<
id a- hypocrisy," he -.1 I in
not inhuman and the m inster 1
have been painted Thanking hua
attorney Dr. Servatius. Eichmann
concluded with the commi.....1
am convinced I have to bear lie
penalty lor the deed- ol
must bear what fate was dl -
to -end."
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Fiiday. December 22, 1961
+Jfnist> HarkUttf)
Page 7-A
Urge Direct Israel-Arab Negotiations
:
I sri i!. worth '.wo bil-
.rXil!:!' NATIONS (JTAl Fifteen countries, including eight
, ZtX'Z '."""' :"ld Th" Netnlans. Presented this week lion dollars, yielding ar ..
;i :'u; United Nations Special Political Committee
cdii.ru upr. the Aral) stales and Israel to undertake direct negotiations
to Nettle "all the questions in dispute between the
tion of the Arab refugees."
It was the first time m many
years (hat an effrrt i-.a-. been made
"m. including the ques-
Glittering BcEl
To Eftd Israe.
lor.d Season !
Contirued from Page 1 A
dor at his residence in Mexi-
ing efforts for the Ball .ire
. rs of the Ambassador's
- ot hosts, comprised of top
v ; civic and business leaders,
taded by Friedland; Mr. and
V- Jack A Cantor, grand mar-
|.. of the Ball; Mrs. Anna Bren-
Meyers, chairman of the Am-
Arab delegations hero who have
here to brins Israel andMhe Arab Ibeen attackin8 Isnei in hc Arab
states together for anj direct face- refu8ee debate and lauded Israel
to-face talks looking toward gen- fnr having cooperated with the
?ral peace in th< "' | ast The Palestine Conciliation Commission.
introduction ol the nsolution in! TK .. ,. ,.,.
'he committe? when bitter n fina,,y had ,ts
lebate has bee, ......K,l for a op(porUm !v debate Arab
veek and a hail *rab refu- "7 >>r,'bUm- and Proposed a
see problem :. shock -g* proArab P,lc> which ,,u'
the Arab th legati :..-
tion calling tor Arab-Israeli pi
negotiations continued their
counterattacks against the A
bloc, while the Arabs kept up a
drum-lire ol anti-African diatribe.
,n" Among the Africans who enter il
the lists in favor of the 15-memlx r
Ueanwhile, African delegates resolution was Issoufu Saidou D>
from Upper Volta and the Ivory Akoye. of Niger. While not among
Coast who are among the co the 15 co-sponsors, he supported
sponsors ol :nc 15 member resolu the resolution vigorously.
L'nite! States promptl) denounced
as "sii Idit en c< dile t< ars."
vador. Guatema'a. Haiti. Ivory
Coast. Liberia. Madagascar, The
(.or s corps of hosts: and Mrs. .. ,, _
, .. Netherlands. s. rra 1 eone, Togo.
Katzman. chairman of the
:.'s Division for Israel Bonds.
bassador Shneerson achieved
li national recognition for his
iiili n helping to cement the alli-
ed friendship between France
ari Israel during his tenure .is
I rid's diplomatic representative
ranee, prior to assuming his
nl post. In recognition by
ol his B< rvlce. Ambassador Suites delegation
-on has been awarded the arate resolution,
if Commander of the French
ol Honor.
The resolution, tied to the an-
rual report by D-. John H. Da-
vis, director of tre United Na-
tions Relief and Works Agency
'or Pa'estine Refugees in the
Near East, would put the Gen-
eral Assembly oi record as "rec-
ognising that the establishment
of peaceful relations between the
Arab states and Israel would do
much to facilitate a solution of
the problem of t'-ie Arab refu-
gees."
The list of co-sponsors of the
resolution includes the Central
African Republic. Chile, Congo patriated he held, was that Is-j
Brazaville). Costa Rica. El Sal- rael, supported by Western Pow-
ers, has refused" to implement
UN resolutions. He also attacked
the Palestine Conciliation Commis-
After two hours of continued
harsh wrangling by Arab dele-
m king Isn el and attack-
ing African delegates who insist
that the Arabs and Israel start
peace : gotiations, KG, Pedosecv,
of i1- USSR, took the floor. Be-
wailing 'the sad fate ol the refu-
gees" who. he said, had been "dis-
placed by force." he denounced
Israel for allegedly failing to im-
plement IN resolutions. He main-
tained the refugees had a right
to "return" to Israel. The only
reason they have not been "re
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Priedland said that the Israel
Br*d Organization "is particular-
K Droud that Gov. and Mrs.
Bryant will also grace, the Am-
bf ayt."
Ambassador and Mrs. Shneer-
ui and Gov. and Mrs. Bryant will
guests at the Ball in a recep-
imme .lately prior to the
I i vent.
' ong the ceremonies will be
; resent ation of the flags of
.-:. the Hags of the countries
by the Pan-American
ds tour to Gov. Bryant by
Commodore Carl Weinkle,
he honorary crew members
if' program will include presen-
' !. of awards to Trustees. Build-
G lardians and Sponsors of Is-
of 1061, and Chen recipients
le to attend the Ball.
i-
rOdwi/l Group Luncheon
lOdwlil Group of Greater Mi-
was to have a luncheon and
putty on Thursday noon. Dec. 21.
I th El Congregation Auditor!
urn.
known here that a number of other
African. Asian. Latin American
and West Kurop: an m e m b e r s
'lave indicated thej will support
the Arab-Israel peace resolution,
although they ..re not among the
co-sponsors.
the sami n the United
i n sented a sep-
which does not
conflict with the 15-states resolu-
tion, calling for intensification ot
the work ci the Pali-tine Concili-
ation Commission. The American
resolution specifically mentioned
reintcgration of the Arab refugees
"either by repatriation or resettle-
ment."
The Arab delegations have con-
sistently rejected the possible
reintegration or resettlement of
the refugees, insisting only on
"repatriation" en masse or com-
pensation by Israel. The Amer-
ican draft notes "with deep re-
gret that repatriation or com-
pensation of the refugees has
not been effected," that no sub-
stantial progress "has been
made in the program for the
reintegration of refugees either
by repatriation or resettlement
and that therefore the situation
of the refugees continues to be a
matter of serious concern."
Calling upon the Palestine Con-
ciliation Coin mission to "intensify
its efforts." the American resolu
tion urges the Arab host govern-
ments" and Israel to cooperate
with the Commission.
France sharply condemned the
Francis T. P. Plimpton, U.S.
delegate in the committee, re-
plied promptly. He said the So-
viet "tearful concern over the
fate of the refugees sounds hol-
low in view of the fact that nei-
ther the Soviet Union nor any
other members of the Soviet
group has ever contributed a
sin.-jle kopeck toward the wel-
fare of the refugees. If they are
really interested, instead of
merely fishing in troubled wa-
ters, let them announce a con-
tribution to th* United Nations
Relief and Works Agency for
Palestine Refugees."
Mr. Plimpton was referring to
the fact that the delieit in the
UNRWA budget, exceeding $20
million, was largely due to the
failure of the Soviet bloc to pay
any UNRWA assessments since
the formation of the agency i"
1950. Tin Russian replied to Mr.
Plimpton by saying that the refu
gees do not wish to live "on chari-
ly He said 111* refugees have
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*Jewisii MoridHian
Friday, Decerr.her 22,
1961
Anglican Diocese Repudiates
Vicious Anti-Semitic Attack
Cody Fowler (left), former president of the
American Bar Assn., and former chairman of
the Governors Race Relations Commission,
receives the Leonard L. Abess Award in Hu-
man Relations sponsored by the Florida re-
gion of the Anti Defamation Lecgue of B'nai
Frith at the region's annual board meeting
Sunday in the Algiers hotel. Making the pre-
sentation (in photo at left) is Leonard L. Abess,
honorary chairman of the Florida board, and
sponsor of the award. In photo at right, Paul
Seiderman (center), outgoing chairman of the
Florida region, receives a plague from Bur-
nett Roth (left), newly-elected chairman. Look-
ing on is Henry Edward Schultz, national
chairman of the ADL. and guest speaker at
the Sunday noon function.
Results Vary in Yule School Battle
Continued from Page 1-A
04 "mounting concern" to Essex
County Jews. The Council add-
er that "excusing Jewish child-
ten from participation is not the
vr.o!e answer." Philip E. Hoff-
man, chairman of the Council.
urged parents, rabbis and Jew-
ish organizations of the area to
bring specific problems to the
Council for consultation "rather
than seek to deal with them
forthwith."
He acked he hoped that proced-
iii would reduce "the most flag-
rum violations" while avoiding the
i.lten serious community tensions
which often develop from the Jew-
isfa fight against sectarian prac-
tices in public schools during the
\ uie period.
The option of Jewish children to
retrain from participation in
Christmas observances was often
'an empty right." he said, because
Jewish children, like all children,
"wish to be part of their group and
have a right to feel equally wel-
come in tax-supported schools."
Meanwhile representatives of
Jewish Community Relations Coun-
cils in all of New Jerseys 21 coun-
ties appeared before t h e State
Board of Education in Trenton to
ask the board to define acceptable
te__oug demonstrations in public
tols during the Yule period. AH
i r< gistered opposition to any use of
public school property lor religious
purposes.
They cited among objectionable
situations cases where Jewish
children had been asked to por-
tray the Christ child in Nativity
plays, classroom window decora-
tions containing crosses and Nativi-
ty scenes on school property.
Sam Brown, executive director
of the New Jersey region of the
American Jewish Congress, told
the board that "we oppose any
use of public school property for
religious uses" and emphasized
this was not a stand against reli-
gion. Dr. Frederick Raubinjer,
New Jersey Education Commis-
sioner, said it was too late to is-
sue a policy statement for the
Christmas period this month but
that the board would ask the
State Division Against Discrimi-
nation to meet with school princi-
pals to discuss the problem for
later years.
The problem took a somewhat
different form in the Greater Phila-
delphia area where the local Jew-
ish Community Relations Council
expressed alarm over reports that
Chanuka plays and programs had
been staged in public >chools dur-
ing the holiday season.
The Council there reaffirmed the
stand of opposition to all sectarian
religious practices in public schools
and said such programs placed "an
additional obstacle in the way of
cur rabbis and congregants, which
i have the same problems as church-
I es in prevailing on congregants to
' observe all religious occasions in
the proper religious manner," in
the home and house of worship.
Jewish community leaders in a
i number of major Connecticut cities
| joined in support of the principal
that sectarian observances of reli-
1 gious holidaysChristian or Jew-
j ishshould not be held in the pub-
lic schools. They included Hart-
' ford. New Haven, Waterbury, New
London, Manchester, Meriden, New
Britain. Norwalk and Stanford.
The impact of these publicly
stated positions on school boards
appeared to be minimal in Man-
chester, however, violations of the
principle were reported to exist. In
Meridan, Rabbi Albert Troy said
the same problem existed but
children were not required to par-
ticipate. Christmas celebrations
are reglarly held in New London
schools but Jewish children do not
participate.
In Norwalk, the Jewish Com-
munity Council decided again
that such observances needed
more discussion but said nothing
was being planned currently to
deal with the problem. In Stam-
ford, the interfaith climate was
described as good and Jewish of-
ficials were reluctant to take any
action which would "disturb a
good relationship."
A switch on a ban on Christmas
observances in Hamden public
schools followed a stormy meeting
of the board of education. Super-
intendent David Wyllie had sent out
a memo asking school superinten-
dents to tone down Christmas ob-
servances and eliminate Chanuka
observances. After tha board
meeting, the memo was rescinded
and the board announced that
"Christmas will be observed in the
schools a- it always has been."
TORONTO (JTA) An of-,
ficial of the Diocese of the Angli-
can Primate of Canada has repudi-
ated the viciously anti-Jew i-h
statement by an Anglican priest
which appeared last month in a
local Anglican publication.
The article, by the Rev. H. R.
Rokehy Thomas, which appeared
in the Huron Church News, ques-
tioned the loyalty to the r coun-
tries ot all Jews outside of Israel,
denounced Israel lor its "injus-
tice" toward Adolf Eichmann. ex-
cused Nazi Germany lor its anti-
Semitism and declared there could
never be peace between Christian-
ity and Judaism.
The Heron Church News is the
official publication of the Church
in London. Ontario. The Rt. Rev.
George Luxton. Anglican Bishop
of the Diocese and editor-in-chief
of the Huron publication, said it
was not his duty "to condemn or
denounce" the article.
The repudiation came from
Canon E. W. Scott, executive-di-
rector of the Anglican Social Ser-
vice of the Diocese of Rupert's
Land. The diocese is the seat of
the Anglican Primate of Canada,
the Most Rev. H. H. Clark, who
is the senior Anglican ecclesiastic
of Canada.
Canon Scot! repudiated the arti-
cle in a statement to the Jewish
Post of Winnipeg in which he said
that "the official view of the church
is quite different from that set
forth bv Mr. Rokeby-Thomas."
Canon Scott added that maia Anal}.
cans locally and nationally, whju
believing in the righl and impor.
tance of free speech, disagree fun
(i; mentally with the views A
pressed by Rev. Rokcbv Thomas
and regret that they ever appeared
in print in a Church publication."
The Canon also cited ;t ':itemcnt
of the Canadian Council of the
World Alliance for International
Friendship Through the Churches
The Canon said that the statement
had been endorsed and p>i ilicized
by the Council for Social -nice
of the Anglican Church am that he
hit the statement "could ...Hap.
ply to the article in qui
The statement he citei .juoted
the Canadian Council as viewing
"with great sorrow the spread ot
anti-Semitic propaganca in Canada
by various agencies at the present
time. Such agitation tends to
break the fundamental unity of
Canadian life and therefore the
status to which all i ,i
our population are legally entitled.
"We call upon the leaders of our
Christian churches to urge their
people to ignore such propagan-
da and so far as it bears the im-
primatur of 'Christian' organi-
zations, to repudiate it as utterly
un-Christian."
Canon Scott declared that Rev.
Rokeby-Thomas "was not speak-
ing" in his article "lor the Oiocese
of Huron and certainly \ as not
speaking for the Diocese il Rup-
ert's Land nor for the .Vulican
C north of Canada.
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*Jwlst FkradUari
Page 9-A
Ex Nazi NA TO General on Griddle
orring ate Stuart Rothschild (leit), vice chairman of the
I ^antants Group of the Combined Jewish Appeal; L. Jules
in, vice chairman of the Lawyers group; Frederick Sher;
id Andrew A. Geller, vice chairman of the Insurance group.
One of a series of meetings of vice chairmen of the Corn-
el Jewish Appeal Trades and Professions Division finds
these three discussing campaign p'.ans. Marshall Harris (cen-
ier is vice chairman of the Trades and Professions Division
u.-.de-r Hyland Rifas. He's conferring with David Sokol (left),
vice chairman of the Real Estate group, and Herbert S. Gruber,
v;ce chairman of the Banks and Factoring group.
Federation Units Draw Praise
Agencies of the Greater Miami
[>' wish Federation drew high praise
lbefore a Senate committee this
I week Kir their assistance in handl-
lir.g the Cuban refugee problem in
Miami. fj ^
James P.Tticc. i
executive direc-
[tor ol the United Hia* Service, said
|i!ai without the active and real
ooperation" of Federation and
11 her agencies, United Hias could
id have done its work."
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Testifying before Sin. Philip
Hart's Sub-committee on Refugees
and Escapees, Rice said- that Uni-
ted Hias Service assisted in the mi-
gration of approximately 2,000 Cu-
ban Jews during the first 11 months
ot 1961. About one-third of these
refugees are still in Miami, he re-
ported, while the others are being
resettled in 96 other communities
in 29 states, the District of Colum-
bia and Puerto Rico.
Rice also had praise for the
Visa office of the State Department
and the Immigration and Naturali-
zation Service of the Justice De-
partment "for their truly humani-
', tarian handling of a serious refu-
gee problem."
Previously, the committee heard
trom Arthur S. Rosichan, execu-
tive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Yehudah Moshe
New Year's
New Year celebration at Con-
gregation Yehudah Moshe will in-
clude music, entertainment, bullet
supper and favors. Decor will be
The Left Bank of Paris."
Herb Comm. Mrs Fred Blank
and Max Polis are in charge of
reservations.
Continued from Pa9e 1-A
the appointment for the current
term had long -nice been made
final and because it appeared to
US entirely unlikely that he could
at present be removed.
"We hesitated to engage in any
public undertaking that could have
no effect other than to undermine
public confidence in NATO, which
we have no wish to do," the state-
ment continued
Freeman said the Congress would
energetically oppose" Gen Heu
singer's candidacy for reappoint-
ment to hi- NATO post next year.
Heusinger was appointed to his
position on March i, 1961, for a
two-year term. Under the terms
of the NATO charter he could be
reappointed for an additional
single year.
"Our principal objection to
Heusinger," the statement de-
clared, "is not that he may have
been personally implicated in
war crimes. Even if he were in-
nocent of such crimes, we would
oppose him on the more general
ground that no one who occupied
so high and influential a post in
Hitler's headquarters should now
be entrusted with leadership or '
command in the free world.
"Within the NATO community we
are certain there are generals of
equal ability who do not have the
disadvantage of lleusingcr's appall-
ing history. Even giving Gen. Heu-
singer the benefit of t h e many
doubts about h i s activities, his
career must be seen as typified at
best by a brutal and opportunistic
amorality." The statement conclud-
ed:
"We believe that technical mili-
tary skill is only one of numerous
qualifications to be considered in
making appointments to key posi-
tions of responsibility and authori-
ty in the free world's military al-
liance in the Atlantic area. Fore-
most among the others, we think,
is the showing of a genuine com-
mitment to the purposes of democ-
racy."
In its Nov. 15 issue, the "Christ-1
ian Century" said that Gen. Heu-
ginger"a German militarist for i
46 of his 63 years"had been pro- j
moted to the post of Wehrmacht
chief of operations in 1940 "at a j
time when Hitler had dismissed all
but the most loyal Nazis on his gen-1
eral staff."
The German general "figured
importantly in the planning of
all Naxi invasions from then on,"
the magazine charged, adding
that "directives sent out from his
office urging 'the strongest mea-
sures of terror' led to the slaugh-
ter of thousands of innocent civi-
lians."
The Protestant magazine charged
that in a radio broadcast shortly
' after the abortive bomb plot on
Hitler's life on July 20. 1944, "Hit-
ler lamented the fact that some of
his true and loyal collaborators'
had been wounded in the incident;
he later gave Heusinger a special
citation commemorating the bomb-
ing." the magazine declared, add-
The State Department ha- tried
Senior Citizens
Will Celebrate
New Year's Eve parties for sen-
ior citi/ens sponsored by Friend-
ship Clubs of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center will be
held in three different locations
this season.
Miami Golden Age Friendship
i Club. Miami YMHA branch. ISO
SW 16th ave; Miami Beach Golden
j Age Friendship Club. Miami Beach
YMHA blanch. 1536 Bay rd.; and
i North County Senior Citizens
: Friendship Club. North County
YMHA branch. 14036 NE 6th ave.
The parties will include a meal,
professional entertainment, hats,
and noise-makers. A limited num-
ber of tickets are still available.
Charles Plotkin. director, depart-
ment of service to senior citizens,
is in charge of reservations.
to (iepict Heusinger as a profes-
sional soldier who simply carried
out orders (where have we ncaro
thai excuse before?) and has ar-
Hi id that the t" S. inns: do nothing
to displease West Germany or to
.jeopardize NATO."
Tie closing paragraph of the
"Christian Century'' editorial,
which the American Jewish Con-
gress supported in its statement,
declared:
"We hope tna: Washingtonthe
state Department, the white House,
both houses ol Congress -w llrecoe-
nize what a liability this man is to
the democratic cause and drop
him."
The American Jewish Congress
statement pointed out that although
lleusingcr's defenders have empha-
sized the German general was a
voluntary witness at the Nurem-
berg war crimes trial, "this docs
not mean that Heusinger was a
friendly witness merely that it
was not necessary to force him to
appi at bj sul pot n; '
The Jewish group cited testi-
mc.iy given by Gen. Heusinger at
Nuremberg stating his "personal
view" that "the treatment of the
civilian population and the meth-
od if fighting gangs in the area
of eperatiens offered an oppor
turvty tc the supreme political
ar.d military command to carry
through its goalsnamely, the
systematic reduction in numbers
of the Slavs and the Jews."
Commenting, Freeman declared:
"It is shocking that Heusinger re-
gretted these 'cruel methods' only
as a "military stupidity,' since 'they
unnecessarily made it more diffi-
cult for t h e troops to fight the
enemy." Not a word appears criti-
cal of the barbaric nature of these
practices or of the toll they took
of the lives of noncombatant civili-
ans."
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vjcwst Fkridllan
Friday, December 22
1961
MONDAY -
The crime was monstrous. The trial v.as exhaustive, arduous and
fair. The judges were scrupulous. The verdict is just.
1 don't see how any humanist view can challenge these proposi-
tions. There are only two >trong grounds on which one might protest
tb< holding. One is tl \ Ii Kuhmann could only he tried for partic-
" murders (for which there is no death penalty in Israeli rather thar
ti r crmic- aga thi and against humanity in the larpe. But
i was argued out at Nuremberg almost 15 years .:-:o. at '.hi trial of
tu< main Nazi war criminals, and it is now estal lished in the contem-
1 rary conscience that a man who car, he held accountabl individ-
ual dealt. ted for deaths on a ma.-- scale.
The other possible ground is that the members of the Nazi stati
were not res i for their acts because they were acting under
ers from Hitler himself. Ordinarily this .- p rsuasive in assessing
th< blame for political misdeeds oi a minor and routim character. But
u ien yi an dealii with the deliberate murder tl millions, at organ-
is manner which violated human reason and
oi tr simplest feelings of mankind, it is hard to accept the pi?a
ol innocence "r bo specious i. ground.
TUESDAY :- :-
A LOST LOVE
Shi was a spinster who had ju--t come from Baltimore, where for
years she had tencied her invalid father, a rabbi, until his death, which
freed her to move to New York with her mother and sister ami enroll
at the Jewish Theological seminary as a special student. She became
u Ived in New York on Morningside Heights, in one of the strangest
i most moving episodes of devoted and unrequited passion 1 have
read. It is told in a -ection of about 100 pages ialmost a quarter
cf the book' in Irvine Fineman's "Woman of Valor: The Story of Henri
etta Szold" iSimon and Schuster).
The author has dared to break the tradition that a biography
of a great and respected person must never tear away the veil
h ding the inner life, especially where Eros is involved. The result
of the tradition has usually been stuffy and stilted biographic.-, even
re the life behind them has been covered with emotional scar tissui
i m rm hat off to Fmeman lor using the private papers letters and
diai es ol Miss Szold as Beaatttvely but also a- fortfcrightly as he has
d The woman who for years has been little more than a revered
nami invoked at Hadassafa meetings emerges in these pages with all
t( bittersweet -adne-- oi one whose life burned to ashes in her love.
*ho out of the ashes recreated a life which made love possible
fci many.
M> quarrel with Irving Fineman's book is that it steps around the
mi identity, using only the "he," "his.'" -him." but leaving the
antecedent blank. Surely the act of directness in telling the story at
a grotesquely served by thi:- coyness.
WEDNESDAY -:-
IS KATANGA THE END?
When a man slips on the ice and gets hurt, the decent thing for
h friends to do is call the doctor, not the undertaker. The IN forces
ii : do their best in the lighting which has again broken out in Katan-
g but if they should again fail, as in September, it is premature to sec
in the defeat ac -nine do) the death-knell of the UN and the end ol hope
U eventual world police authority,
Actually the UN enterprise in Katanga is as unlikely a test of the
fi lure capacity of a world organization a* one could imagine. Every-
thing about it is hapless. To carry out such an operation one would
n< I a rather ji i eral agreement of world opinion that it makes sense:
' Aould neel. in the world troops, a genuine will to carry it out: and
e ii would need in the people of Katanga, some knowledge of the mean-
; what i- behind the military operation against their leaders.
None of the-e three requirements is present. The decision to push
thi operation, in the form in which it passed the Security Council, was
i d it: the deep Russian-American political conflict, and was too
i d to allow lor eftecitve execution. The UN troops in Katanga are
nit an army but a loose collection of national units, and as such tlii'v
1; ck the cement that holds an army together under adversity; and the
Katangese regard the IN not as a force for world order but as a
despotic Interfering devil.
THURSDAY -
PARTING THE CURTAIN
I suppose that in the topsyturvy world of Communism it ranks as
a press interview, on the ground that Alexei Adzhubei i* editor of
Izvestia and therefore a newspaperman, with the scoop of an exclusive
interview with President Kennedy Actually it was more like a diplo-
matic document, in the form or a dialogue between a head of state and
a I ommunist Party stalwart, who happens to be Khrushchev's son-in-
law. and happens also incidentally to be a newspaper editor.
Anyone who has encountered Adzhubei. as I did several times on
his visit to New Delhi, must know him as a bouncy, assertive, hard
talking Russian of the newer generation, who makes up lor what he
la You can't imagine his asking a question and recording the answer,
Bi an objective newspaperman is supposed to do. As a member of
t! Central Committee ami a- the editorial shepherd of Russian opinion.
h< could not afford to let President Kennedy's calmly reasonable words
stand as they were. He had to Ugue, answer and amend, and he had
t: cushion the impact of Kennedy's words on the Russian people by
gum Hiding them with the cotton-wool of the true word for the faithful
Yet it was a historic talk, and may rank in history with the exploit
ol Commodore Perry in opening Japanese ports and minds to the world
ol the West. Remember Khrushchev's Own blindness about what Amer-
ica is like,'as witness his belief that big bad capitalists like the Rocke-
fellers a^id Fords own and run the country. Add to it the occasions on
which Khrushchev has kept the truth from the Russian people a- for
example, his failure to tell them about the Soviet nuclear tests. Add
further the deliberate distortions of the American position.
Put them together and you hrfve the Leaden Curtain not the Iron
Curtain of force and blood, but the sheer oppressive weight of the
Leaden Curtain on Russian opinion.
That's why this marked the parting of the curtain, if only for a
single occasion at first.
Pledge Program
On at Cedars
A "Pledge Redemption" pro-
gram m bring additional finances
into the Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal capital fund is now under con-
sideration.
E. Albert Pallot. chairman of
Cedars cevelopmcnt fund, will
shortly present the plan to his com-
mittee.
"Personal pledges will eventual-
ly be redeemed, but a substantial
number of these could easily be
converted into construction dollars
now In this way we can supply
the extra beds which will enabie
Cedars to provide patient-care up
to our maximum capacity," said
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The hospital opened its first
floors on Nov. 19. and some 90 beds
are now occupied At this rate,
Pallot indicated, lull patient load
maj be reache.i within a few days.
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The brunch will begin at 11 am
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Friday. December 22, 1961
vJenisti Fk>ridHiain
Page 11-A
UN Ponders Arab Refugee Problem
Receiving the Mark A. Light Memorial Award issued by the
World Committee for the Physically Handicapped are jack
S. Pcpick and Al Sherman (right), president and vice presi-
dent of Mechanics Uniform Service, South Florida industrial
cleaning firm. Presentation was made by Florence Fox. sec-
retcry-general of the World Committee, at the national con-
vention of the Institute of Industrial Launderers held at the
Americana hotel. Popick, a director of the Institute, served as
chairman of the conclave. His firm was cited for giving
aid, assistance and employment to the handicapped.
I United Fund Closes '61 Campaign;
52,711,952 Hits 96.9% of Total Goal
United Fund has officially closed.
In- rii I successful drive in Dade
Icoiin \ history with a total of $2.-
|7i 1.952. representing 96.9 per cent
I goal
It i- oped that the $87,000 deficit
hull be met by the time of the an-
Yual I nited Fund meeting in Jan-
uary, according to Edward F.
jr., general campaign
bhatrn an
The amount raised represents
a 151 percent increase over
pledges announced at last year's
final report meeting. "The
thousands of volunteer workers
and the contributors have helped
to ma'k a rebirth of confidence
in our United Fund," said Swen-
scn.
Final division reports, chairmen,
| enl ',t goal were.
Adva ice Corporate (lilt-. Wil-
liam 1) Sillier (96.6); Public Km
bloye< Irving G. McNayr, 1103.6);
National Firms, Hunter Moss,
[ y Individual Gifts, .lames F.
Rabbi Shapiro
I In New Pulpit
Mian Ik-brew Congregation
week announced the appoint-
Intent s Rabbi Max Shapiro as
- iritui leader of the congrega-
|t
Rabbi Shapiro is currently sen
I :n the pulpil Of Beth Emeth
I' n ation
"I feel compelled to return to
I tlic area where I spent a major
Iportion of my life," Rabbi Shapiro
declared here, explaining the rea-
ISon for his decision to leave Beth
|Emeth.
Rabbi Shapiro was previously
I spiritual leader of Beth David Con-
ation for 22 years. He is a
Past president of the Greater Ml-
[ami Rabbinical Assn., was a nieni-
ber of the faculty of the University
"l Miami, and a president of the
I Zionist Council here.
McKilltps, jr. (87.81: United Good
Neighbor-. William (' Lantaff,
(94.51; fair Share Division. Mc-
Gregor Smith. (97.ii.
In the closing day of the cam-
paign, the Miami Building and Con-
struction Trades Union, composed
oi 25 different trades, pledged to
contribute at least $20,000 to help
meet this year's goal
This pledge pul I F's Building
and Construction Division, headed
bj Cal (Covens, al 211 percent of
goal, the campaign's leading divi-
sion.
United Fund supports the pro-
health, welfare and
character building agencies Al-
tions lo these agencies will be
determined by Jan I. Swenson
said
Continued from Page 1-A
whose government is not among
the r> sponsors of that resolution,
called upon the Arab states and Is-
rael to implement "all" UN reso-
lutions dealing with their conflicts,
thus implying that he favors the
10 power draft.
Another speaker was Dr. Iz/at
Tannous, perpetual representative
here of t h e Arab refugees, on
whose behalf he has assailed Is-
rael here every session for many
years. His long address followed
the usual Arab policy of attacking
Israel and Zionism.
A comprehensive statement of
Israel's position concerning the
Arab refugee problem, made here
last Friday by Mrs. Golda Meir.
Israel's Foreign Minister, was be- j
fore the General Assembly's spe-
cial political committee scheduled
in conclude (he long, bitter refu- i
gee debate Ihis week.
After a series of anti-Israeli ha-'
rangues by the Arab delegations
over a two-week period, with an- j
-utTs by Israel and staunch insist
ence on Arab-Israeli peace negotia-;
tions by a number of members, led ;
by Africans, Mrs Men- summa- i
rized the Israel Government's gen-
eral position in these six points:
"1. Israel accepted the 1947
Palestine Partition plan of the
United Nations in 1947, while the
Arabs rejected it. There would
be peace and cooperation in the
area if the Arab states had ac-
cepted the compromise agreed
to by Israel in 1947.
'2. The Arab States instead de-
cided to launch war against Israel.
The Arab refugee problem arose
as a consequence of this war.
Those responsible tor that war are
responsible for the existence ot
(he refugee problem.
-3 About 550.000 Arabs left the
territory which is now Israel. A
similar number of Jewish refugees
from Arab countries have since
been integrated in Israel. There
lias thus been a de facto exchange
ol population.
"4. No lulled Nations resolu-
tion demands immediate, total and
unconditional repatriation of refu
L:ee^ into Israel. On the other hand.
there are United Nations resolu-
tions calling for negotiations on
the peaceful settlement ol all out-
standing questions between Israel
and the Arab States.
"5. Israel believes that the fu-
ture oi ihe Arab refugees lies in
theft rt*sTtt!e%'ent "in the' AVab
countries within the framework ol
Mie economic development ol the
Middle Easl
"6 Israel stands by its readiness
to pay compensation for property
abandoned by the refugees, even
before a general peace settlement
is concluded, provided these funds
are Used for the overall solution
ol the problem. Israel will demand
compensation for property of its
citizens (hat was confiscated by the
Arab Governments."
Mrs Meir told the committee
that Israel "welcomes" one ol the
two resolutions before the group
a draft co-sponsored by eight Afri-
can states, six from Latin Ameri-
ca, and The Netherlands repre-
senting various West Europeans,
calling for direct peace talks be-
tween the Arab states and Israel
on all issues at dispute, including
he refugee problem.
Mrs. Meir expressed opposition
to the harsh criticism voiced
against the Palestine Conciliation
Commission, chiefly by the Arab
delegations, as well as to the pro-
posal to alter the commission's
composition. "The will to con-
ciliate," she said, 'is completely
absent on the Arab side. That
alone is what matters, and that
is where the change is needed."
"We believe," she told the com-
mittee, "that the solution oi the
problem of tin- Arab refugees lies
in the resettlement of the refu-
ses in the Arab countries. This
altitude Of our-, is not new and it
has been reiterated by the Gov-
crnment ol Israel in the Knes ',
and was approved by a large ma-
jority. At the same lime, we have
never said that not a single refu-
gee will ever in any circumsl u
bi allowed to enter Israel, i h ive
already mentioned how. since 1949,
about 40,000 refugees did in tact
return."

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+Jewisl> Ffrrrdian
Friday. December 22
1961
German Chiefs Say Eichmann Verdict 'Justified'
BONN iJTA) Highest West
German officials this week de-
clared that the conviction _antl
death sentence of Adolf _Eicnmlnh.
following the lengthy trial in Jeru-
salem, was exactly what they had
i xpe?tdB>cami-**'a "Justified "
Felix Von Kckar'.t. St.it. Secre-
tary in charge <>f information for
the office of Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer, and Dr Eugen Gersten-
maier. president oi the Bundestag
(Lower House of Parliament), ap-
proved the Jerusalem court's
.judgment, the hitter declaring thai
the immense crimes ol which the
is c tnvicted justified the
highest penalty."
Leaders ol the I
ties in the new German G
m ni coalition, the Christian Demo-
> i atic Partj. pproi ^d the death
ence. Th e y stated thai
hangii g of 1 id ann w luld be but
' inai the
crimes of which he has been con-
rioted
Matthias Hoegen, chairman of
the Bor.zestaj's legal commit-
tee, declared: "No one in Ger-
TrTanvVWho'has reYaTrfecT/tKrttJgh-
out the frightful years of injus-
tice, a sound and wholesome
feeling for guilt and redemption,
will find the death sentence un-
just." Leaders of the FDP stat-
ed that "even the most convinced
opponents of capital punishment
wiil find the sentence justified."
Pi iminen members o! Chai
lor Adenauer's party, the CDU,
sing the Israel trial as "1
5: i fear, however, that'the
trial a !; d
ht have caus harm to
the name of Germany Thej ex-
the hope that this would
be th time "'the attenti n
opinion would be
Another Orthodox Jew Given
Sentence by Soviet Authorities
Continued from Page 1 A
ised among French Jewry and
to ask him to inform the Soviet
government about tins reaction.
\ group ol scholars, church li
ers and literary figures in Los
tagelea have published a public
appeal to the Soviet Union urging
Soviet authorities "to reconsider
their policies toward Soviet .lews
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store justice for I
sentenced and for the weak and
defenseless minorities the) repre-
sent."
The statement, which was pub-
lished in the Los Angeles Times,
said that the recent trials of lay
leaders cf the Moscow and Len-
ingrad Jewish communities "and
the long prison terms to which
they have been sentenced are
cause of grave concern over re-
newed anti-Semitism in the So-
viet Union."
"It is especially disturbing that
on the very days when Stalin's un-
speakable actions were again de-
nounced by Khrushchev, the Soviet
government saw fit to take steps
apparently designed to stifle what-
Bver little specifically Jewish life
has survived there." the statement
leclared. '.Men of goodwill everj
where are shocked by official per
sedition ol any people. It IS not
enough for the Soviet Union to
proclaim high principles of the
equality of peoples. The world has
:i right to expect that it will also
act on them t
brought to the darkes'. period in
German history "
!n general. West German reac-
[ions othe Eichmanajrial and its
outcome showed a >\>-.\d of respect
raePs legal pr (cesses and re-
for the terrible wrongs com-!
nitted by 'he Nazis against the.
Jev : 1 pie.
American press reaction to the
Eichmann trial ai encing, as
shown in editoria'.s last weekend,
approved of Israel's handling of
he case against the convi< le I
Gestapo colonel. S veral news-
papei ever, ami ng th m the
i 1 York Times the New
Y'i rk P --. agree I with Prof. Mar-
tin Buber ol Israel, who had -
manci I thai the death itence
. gains Eichmann be commuti
iment
There was general opinion, as
r:d in a:i editorial in the Wash
ington Evening tar, that "Eich-
rrann's persciai guiit cocld not
have bsen establ'shed without,
at the same time, convicting the
System within which he served."
The New York Times stated on
this point: "In the broad context
of history, this verdict marks
one more condemnation of the
whole Nazi regime and all it
stood for."
The New York Journal American
approved not only the fairness of
the Eichmann trial, as all other
new-papers did, but declared its
belief that the death sentence was
justified.
Leading British newspapers, as
well as prominent historians and
experts on Nazism and anti-Semi-
tism, lauded the fairness of Is-
rael's conduct of the Adolf Eich-
mann case Trie Thnes of London
praised "the dignity and disci-
pline" of ..the Israeli court, stating
ijto that Israel's "rea&ion"' to flic
cVlire case nas ''won respect."
Th.- Dailj Express declared that
Eichmann "cannot atone for his
guilt.'
Hugh Trev r R iper. professor of
n in-:, rj ai Oxfor i Univer-
. y stated that the trial was "a
landmark in the Jew.-:: story."
Rev June- Park s, who has spenl
man; \ ars in study of relations
i Christians, ob-
sen d thai the I I its out-
dsl trie guilt"
over anti 5< m ti m v hi< h lies up-
on the whole ol Christendom."
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"a mist ike" to h a n g
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+ k*+Uhf*rridliton
Page 13-A
FROM THE TALMUD
AM. I. 1- (pararhra-cd).
To bullish strife, and to turn
enemies into fttends, u to show
oneself of ,rlf disciples vf Aaron
|h( typical pcacemaltfr.
+
Taanit. 2 2a.
A rjbbi once met Elijah in a
crowded stipe* nwr^rt.
MulCT," he as^fd. "who amonc
rong arc moil .sure of eternal
7'.. J'hophrt. in reply, pointed
qM two nun of homely appearance.
j... bbi .Hi-ovicd them.
\V /:,n he as^cd. "are your
tents?"
\\ t have none, tney answered
he :':<: : ',! we comfort t\ m
r/uarri! u>e r,.\i_ friends
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lose ben Halafta

. : .. : II .'.....
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jn,
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i .
SlTId
Sn Thoughts on the Conclusion
Of the Book of Genesis
\*jiebrew L-om eraafion
TflMp nxitfn jtorpa
tf i-jsna is?;?. oiaiDisri
Iran .-nixtran ""oni1?- fiap
frifosn nin'nn nx nns
: 1 t : v t
T 1 T T t t :
iixi nom arto rn on
t 1 : : T
ran ivx rtarppfP yr\"
naa n,?an pn- ,-p
.-D^toatf nnfa an
T T V J T V
oil -niKtran ,anilr f 12,7
ins ytfn rj^x) 1949 .138,3
rs onann .Gnftq crys/ig
n*3 nx ns niia1? to^rm
?in-iiift hmprn rn
titf hditx nix-ma mvn
sin jiD'ron ja nann fraoi
nsa^MWn ana a-ai
i?n niaq^aa. ,nlND"j! "72?
rnfttyBjgfjggujrtai D'lro
: t :
lain-num*- ?# oarren
'" fiy^ttftig-nlanai
3y RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Th* Israelite Center
Th's Pabhrth, Jews throughout
the world will read in Ihe Torah the
concluding Sedra ol the Book ot
Genesis, in i;. we find the curtain
dosing en the physical life of our
jreal I a'riach Jacob. There is a
saying, "Ma-She-ira L'Yaakov-ira
Lbonim." The life of .Jacob's
hildren reflect the life of Jacob.
We find that this carries a pene-
trating truth. Since the days ol
Jacob, the Jew has had to endure,
as iin individual and as a people,
a uniquelj incomparable life ol
strife iroul le and persecution in
irder t< exist,
There is a very Interesting Tal-
mudic comment on thi last mo-
ment (,f Jacob's life. We are told
that Jacob's sons were gathered
around him and the Shechina.
'Divine Presence," was removed
from Jacob: and he was unable to
prophesy the future. He was seized RABBI MORTON HMAVSK1
with fear, and thought perhaps his children had deviated from his
teachings and upbringing.
The rabbis say that his sons noticed this and proclaimed. 'Shema
Yisroil." 'Listen. O Israel."' "Adoshem Eloheynu,.....Hie Lord our
God," "Adoshem Echod." "The Lord is One."' We have not. his chil-
dren indicated, drilted from the monotheistic belief you've inculcated
into our hearts. I'pon hearing this, Jacob proclaimed. "Boruch Shem
Kovod Malt-huso Leolem Voed," "Blessed be the name of His Glorious
Kingdom forever and ever.''
We cannot help but think that if Jacob could speak to us. he would
ask his descendants- similarly. "My children, how you've wandered
j away! Why have you drifted from my teachings?"
Let us rededicate ourselves to Godliness and be in an honest posi-
tion to reply wholeheartedly and sincerely in the word of Jacob's sons,
"Shema Yisroel, Adoshem Eloheynu Adoshem Echod." Then shall we
! in united fashion proclaim the Blessedoess of God's Kingdom forever
and ever.
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M'MWiL-
The Museum of ths> Holocaust
v-" T Tmsx-
And Uprising
i 1
The bus came'to a halt in the
Rroiind*'"^.iifcbutz Lohamai Ha-
ke'.a'crt (GbaUo Fighters). The
Briver opened the doors, and doz-
ens of boys.and girls jumped out.
They were gay and without a care
^nd made plenty of noise.
"Quiet," said the youth leader,
[you will immediately be visiting
he saddest museum in the world."
Kibbutz Lohamai Hageta'ot was
funded in 1949. The members who
ecided to build their homes here
"ere, in the period of the Second
Vorld War, in various European
Countries and suffered greatly un-
fir Nazi rule. Many participated
Ghetto uprisings, in the parti-
san battles ahd, underground move-
""nts. Not a few underwent the
Ml of concentration and extermi-
nation camps.
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
How many books are there in the
Hebrew Bible?

The Talmud u.-uaHy speaks of 24
books in the Hebrew Bible. Tech-
nically, one can claim the exist-
ence of 39 books, as they are usual-
ly printed today The latter figure
claims the twelve minor prophets
to be individual books and counts
such books as Samuel II. Kin;> II
and Chronicles II as separate vol-
umes, and also considers Ezra and
Nehemiah. and the 12 minor pro-
phets group together as one book.
Josephus mentions the number of
22 book?. This is explained by con-
sidering Ruth and Judges as one
book and also Lamentations and
Jeremiah as one book
Does the number of twenth four,
as related to the number of
books in the Bible have any
special significance according
to the rabbis?
One rabbi in the Talmud com-
1 pares the 24 books of the Bible to
the 24 ornaments of a bride (
3 18) (Exodus Kabbah 41:5). This
is to say that he who knows the 24
books of the Bible is regarded as
a decorated individual who dis-
plays his devotion to the Almighty,
as a bride does to her husband
Another rabbi compares t h t: 24
bm,ks Of the Bible to the 24 d.v.-
sions of priest and Levites which
would correspond to the service
of the temple. Knowing the 24
books would then be UJmialhB
measure of service to the Deity.
A similar expression might be
the case of the rabbi who compared
the 24 books of the Bible with the
24 sacrificial animals. It has a,lso
been stated by the rabbis that the
24 books of the B.ble are compar-
able to the 24 nails of a sandal
indicating, perhaps that they are
the basis and pedestal upon which
our Jewish tradition stands. Per-
Tins pugt U prepared in CO-
I operation uuh the .Spiritual Lead-
I ers of the Greater .Miami Rabbin-
Assn.
RABBI MAX A. UPSCHITZ
(loordmator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCH1FF
Gems oi Wisdom
haps the number 24 would have
some relationship with the number
Of tribes of Israel, the latter being
12, and the 24 books being as two
witnesses lrom each tribe.
If a student crams, his lerarnmR
diminishes; if he dtlicrv littlr by
little, it .shall increase. TALMUD.
*
Obedience to duty means resist-
ance 10 self. BBRGSON.
*
Do not rely on If and Perhaps.
-----BAHYA.

ill give you definite maybe.
COLDWYN.
* *
TJie worst of worms: the dagger
thoughts of doubt. -HEINE.
*
Mo greater joy than to resolve a
doubt. J- HURWlTZ.
?
Who grieves over the doubtful
u>ill rejoice over the sure.
M. 1BN EZRA.
*
The path to sound credence is
through the thick forest of skeptic-
ism. NATHAN.

I i thanJt Thee for the good-
ness i thank Thee for
the dice of bread and the prayer-
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. RabDi i&aac Bvti,
Friday 5:15 p.m. RatUff-dfl) R:80 a.m.
Sermon: "The Drama of Three Gen-
erations."

BETH DAVID 2^25 SW 3rd ave Con-
nervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
i-Vid,i> 8:15 p.m. .-'inii'ii. \ r
i Anal\ >is Saturda) U ;i ill > I i
"T I. I.i\.-- W.. I..;mI Ha I Ml./.v.til
RU-hard, mm f Mi nd Mi
\'l. liniui. I>avld, wi ii i.i Ml .i >' Wff
I., i n i:, i ii..ill

BETH EL. ECO SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solnmon Schiff.
5:15 i i p.m
'i '..in!,, n.lsin ICn* '
S,i if .... Si > '
I.. _.,.

BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
Pi i.!.... I'.i-t I'.. mI :. nt> NUM. Tn hi
honored: Alvln Cawn. S.anle> i!lat-
u-i. Staiili F'onenHi ranch, l '
M llh'irt, Samuel irroynon anil 1'i.ii:
.-.. hulman. Sermon I ilami v>
ami r .i'-. i ;!." Sal urdaj '
i ...i Mltsvah: Rohi 11, mm ( Mi and
Mm Irving Kelton: Paul, mm of Mr.
ami Mi-. Uhi ton Simon.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Friday '-'" p.m. Saturdaj a.m Ser-
mon: "liftii Commandment." Ijidleii
Ones Shabbat I p.m Queal speaker:
Rabbi Oerahon Welnrob.

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Wmci".
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Was This Tilp N......aaary,
Mr. Ben-Ourlon?"

BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday 5:15 ; tii 8:3fl p.m, Sermon: "I
Believe In Propaganda." Baa Mlta-
vah: Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Adrian Kaufman. Saturday X:4'. a.m.
Bar Mltxvah: Ira. nan -.f Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Jager; Michael, aon of Mr.
ami Mrs. Harry Weltainan.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday 5:15 and S::io p.m. Sermon :
"Blessings Oui "f Disguise." Satur-
day f a.m. Bar Mitsvah: fiary, son
Of Mr. and Mrs. Ining SufflWi n.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday vr> p.m Sermon: "Th Eleh-
mann Verdict." Saturdaj 8:30 a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Barry, ion ..i" Mr. and
Mi.-. Irving Berland: Michael, son "i
; \lr and Mrs. Roj (Ireenberg. Sermon:
"Weekl) Portion "

FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald
Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 5:30 and vi.". p.m. Sermon:
"The Heritage of Jacob." Saturday
in. liar Mltsvah: Lawrence, son
[ I of .Mr. and Mrs. C irol Rosi n
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
I Frldaj 5 and B:15 p.m. Si rm.in
"Meaning of a Jew. Saturdaj 9 -i m
Bar Mit/.Mih l.aur.i'cc. Bon of Mr
and Mrs. Bamuel Epateln.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 5 and 8:!0 p.m. Saturday 8:80
a.m. Sermon: "Great People Live
Aft< r 'I'h, i I le."

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can-
tor Fred Bernstein.
i riday p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.

MINVONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643f. SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice I
Klein.
FViday MS P.m. Sermon: 'The Se- |
oral of Our Existence." Baturdaj t \
a.m.

TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St., Miami Gardens rd. '
RabOi Max Zuckrr. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
1 riday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "'The Re-I
BponUbiUtles of a J--w.'' Saturday 9 |
a.m. Sermon: "Varlly T'is Lite." Bar
Miazvah: Itilly. son of Mr. and Mrs
Norman Leader.

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Search
for Toys anil the Search for People
The Conflict Created by This Boa-
son." Saturday 11:15 a.m. Har Mlts-
vah: Allan, son of -Mr. ami Mrs. Har- ]
old I'omerants.

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "The '.
ties .f I'i.....rd The Minute Men an.I
the John Birch Society." Saturdaj
10:45 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Robert, apn
Of Mrs M. II:. Smith.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Soniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
GEMS OF WISDOM
If a man \trives to do what is in
his power God will aid him to ttC'
omplish what is beyond hi* pouiei
BAHYA.

;' you'ri [old '/ toiled and
: belieri itol / did I I
bi In t not; '/ toiled
, I ; belieti i \i mi i
i *
thing thi
SAADIA.

7.'.. II \fort is
twtce > precious saaDIA

On!-, in i fith tlffiwi upMreum
I AZI RO\

\\'t musl strife and have faith. .
,V'e shall triumph in the end.
-i II.M'IKA
I
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
! idaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Fifty v.
.,i Meinorj and H"i"-" Saturdaj 10:30
a.m.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1726 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
Friday s:30 p.m. Homecoming service
for college students. Saturday it a.m
Bar Mitsvah: Harry Wohl, son of
Mrs. Bai bara W. Galvln.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
I- i.lav S:l". p.m. Sermon: "Wake t'l>
YoungerHow to Make the Most of
Your Later Years." Sermon to lie
based '" .....k written by Mlamians
i Samuel Qertman and Miss Helen
AIpert-
a
TEMPLE JUOEx. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "With All
the Duties and Privileges Thereof."
Saturdaj 10:30 a.m.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz Cantor Edward Klein.
i i idaj 8:l.t p.m. Saturdaj B a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Urine, son of Mr. and Mis
Cornelius Kileillm. Sermon: "Week-
ly Portion."

TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Self-Ac-
ceptance." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs
Alfred Breslaw. Mlncha 5 p.m. Bai
Mltsvah: t-'teven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Solomon Alpert.

TEMPLE S NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Benno M. Wallach.
Friday s:l". p.m. Sermon: "The Film
Withheld from Mlamians."

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Glantz.
Friday 8:30p.m. Sermon: "The Dorian
Oraj of Oscar Wilde.'- Ones shab-
bat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Sch-
lissei Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Is-
rael's ProphecyHistory FMpeata it-
self."

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Horn.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Thus Ktids
the First Book of Oeneals80 What?"
Oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rossnlolc in honor of their
^.-,i.lmi; anniversary. Saturday a.m.
Sermon; "Waeklj Portion."

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Friday &M p m. Sermon: "Blessings
of Jacob." (meg Shabbat host: Mrs.
Kdward OreenbeTg in memory of her
husband. Saturday :30 a.m. Bar
Mitsvah: CraiK, son of Mr. arrd Mrs.
William 1 loodman. '

YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Nu.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Our De-
cember Dilemma." Saturday 9 a.m.
.,.. an bsJbI
CANDLUIGHT1NG TfMf
15 Tebet 5:19 p.m.
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Pcce 14-A
*Jenit Fhridiain
Friday, Decembei 2
2. 1961
sen. jacob Mvrrs
4 Capita/ View_________ By HAROLD EIDLIN
Russian Jewish Life
Washington
ONE OF THE most recent accounts of Russian
Jewish ft h is b< < n I rough) back by Sen. Jacob
K Javit ol New York. !i is a heartwarming and
rtbreakins ?aga that the Republican lawmaker
ates To near th Senator tell it. Russian Jews
e> of limbo world that combines fear,
; ride ai d a e t( u< h ol defiance.
Thi n is n< question, he reports, "that a bli jket
silence has fallen on the entire Jewish comr. uni-
-. oi the Sc ; I nion But that is only the p' *lic
image of the unorganized Jewish community. And
< it is tru< nly foi one aspect oi Soviet Jewry's hie.
In privateas in publicJew- are tearful ol
talking up on the entire question ol Russian ami-
s' mitism On the question of Jewish identification,
I vi: there is much they sayand much they do.
Admittedly, Sen Javits says, he is no expert on
the matter. Indeed, a look at Soviet Jewish life was
rot even the purpose oi his trip which was an econom-
ic mission. But his 10 days in Russiaand indepen-
dent inquiries have convinced him that Russian
Jews are valiantly attempting in as many ways as
possible to perpetuate Jewish life This stream of
Jewish consciousness take- a variety Of form-.
Most important, he says. i- synagogue attendance.
Despite such harassments a< arrests and the report-
id closing ol several synagogues within the last few
weeks. Jews continue to Hock to their houses of
worship.
Hardly ihe role of assimilating, non-b<
lieving Jews, says Sen. Javits. wen the thousands ol
Jev ii i he i had jammed sym les on
I e High Holj Days He had the opportunity to ob-
ith his -. too. the well-attended Si b
in Moscow's Great Synagogue in which
his briei stay But what made
ressions upon him was the
k< up of the i 'lhc:r were large mini-
's of ;..... many ol them professionals ol
... kin -
if then acl all) exisits what the Russians call
a loss ol in Judaismreligiouslj and cul-
turallyit would be most apparent among the young-
er n. particularly among the professionals.
Yet, obviously this was not the case. "Young Jews
tly -till want to go to synagogue," .-ays Sen.
' irltj
How else does one measure a people's faith?
Sir, Javits says he discovered other yardsticks to
refute the claim that Judaism is fast on the way to
extinction within the Soviet Union.
For example, he was told that so hungry are
Jew- lor cultural tidbits that the 25.000 copies of
each issue of the new Yiddi-h language publication
"Sovietish Heimland" are literally "snapped up al-
most as quickly as they appear on the newsstands."
But most K uching of all. says Sen. Javits. were
the stories he heard of Jews released from prison
terms imposed for "Jewish activities" in the ore-
Khrushchev era who returned to synagoguesdefi-
antly -rung back to the scene of their "crime- "
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPL1N
A One Sided View of Israel's History
LONG IS THE ROAD TO FREEDOM. By Ya'acov Meri-
dor. 298 pp. Tujunga, Calif.; Barak Publications,
P.O. Box 18. $4.95.
THE AUTHOR OF this book was the
-eionei in command of the- Irgunj
Zvai Leumi. the "terrorist" organiza-
tion which caused the British and
the Haganah so much trouble in the
nt birth-years of the State of Is-
rael. In 1945. the British captured
Meridor and exiled him. along w.in other Freedom Fight-
ers, to their detention camps in Africa. This is an account
oi the years in prison, although some of the time was
spent out ot prison: during the next three sears. Meridor
managed to escape no less than five times.
Of the book itself, however, there is little to be -aid
The men were an adventurous lot. and their escapes were
ingenious and difficult to manage. One time, they squeezed
;n-ide an oil truck and rode in near-suffocation lor four
day.-: they posed as British security officers with forged
papers arid incorrect passports: they dug a fantastic tun
nel. Bui the chronicle, written without style and a great
deal oi ego, begins to pall very quickly. Even courage i-
dull it it i- noi presented well.
What i> more interesting is the introduction b> Stephen
Longstreel readers may remember his "The Pedlocks
Longstreet mention- that the book first appeared in Jeru-
alein in Hebrew, where it was a best-seller, and was
published in English in South Africa. "But." he goes or:.
"to appear m the I'nited States, it was neeo--ar> to form
a new publishing company tor the purpo.-e. Somehow the
America: public has been bedaz/hd by another version ot
the Big lie They have been told that Ya Meridor
and his men and women of the Irgun Zvai Leumi were
terrorists not soldiers and patriots hut Hi. nru
knows otherwise However the new Jewish Slate- fell
into the hands ol those who had previously bii too fear-
ful even to dream ol a free Jewish State Tl
whom the lrgun presented a nation built no monumenti
to the Irgun Rather, they have brainwashed histor-
ians ." and so on. in that vein.
I find hi- statement fantastic on two count>. The
implication that the book was refused publication because
it glorifies the lrgun is incredible. For on< thing manv
American publishers have little or no idea ol the >t nation's
of opinion about the military groups in the pn Stati yean
and couldn't care less: for another, a book b> a member
ol the Stern gang was published by Yoseloll .. couple of
years ago. It seems far more likely that it th< book were
refused publication, it was that it isn't a verj good book.
Secondly, to say that the Irgun "presented a nal
a remark of such unreasonable hyperbole lhal it imme-
diately casts doubt en the maturity of everythii e else Mr.
1 ongstreet has to say. .Many people ma\ disagn
the philosophy ot the Irgun, yet hardh i nc denies
them their place in the whole glorious -i!)< i ; things;
but to u> to Mr. Longstreet's point is egregio and -imply
untrue.
There is a so a peculiar publisher's i Burton
Arthur Ravins, a short thesis on the attack oi
of the Twentieth Centur) American bj
"militarism, collectivism, and bureaucrac
really have anything to with the book.
rise to lascinating -peculation on the nal
Arthur Ravins.
United Nations listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
The Horrendous Saga of Arab Refugee Debate
United Nations
All THE DIRE predictions maele here
in the past about the viciousness ol
the anti-Israel campaign to be launched
th'S year by the Arabs participating in
the current Arab refugee debate have
turned out to be mere understatements.
The fact is much worse than the prog-
m nosis. The actuality is stranger than the
strange falsehoods spread here loudly, verbosely and in
absolute disregard ol all decency by all of the Arab dele-
ates, including their chief calumniator. Ahmad Shukairy
i f Saudi Arabia One must be' here to encompass it all. to
ve it all.
The news dispatches could not report more than the
ights "i the an i-Israel attacks, ol all that Ihe Israeli
n has had to endure here. It i- hope!, however,
even the dispatches indicated that Israel was not the
only sufferer While the Israeli delegation bore the brunt
ol tin riirecl fire, the other delgajions had to undergo the
same ordeal of listening to countless hours of wild, fan-
tastic lies, fabrications, distortions ol historical facts and
other verbal hocus-pocus trundled out by the Arab- under
the leadership oi Shukairy and his cohorts,
The brunl of the opening days ot the debate was car-
ried by l rael's permanent representative here. Mich lei
S. Comay. During the opening day of the commitl e -
neral debate," Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Min-
ister, did not even enter the committee room, as Shukairy
raved away hour upon dreary hour. After a while. Mr.
Comay. too. had to leaveturning over his place to Am-
bassador Gidon Rafael, the next ranking diplomat on the
Israeli delegation.
The next day Mrs. Meir came in. As she sat behind
Comayobviously not wanting to dignify Shukairy by her
presence at the No. 1 deskShukairy directed some of his
harbs personally at "the lady from Israel, sitting behind
the gentleman from Israel." Quite properly, she still
acted the ladyignoring Shukairy
This is not to imply that every word of Shukairy's long
and repeated interventions was taken as gospel. At one
point, while he was attacking the United States, he noted
that the U.S delegate was engaged in conversation with
-omeone nearby Shukairy was hurt, and said so. The
American continued to ignore him.
At another point, he draggeel in the name I Prof. En-
rique Rodriguez Fabregat. of Uruguay, chairman ol that
country di legation, and one of the most respi ct of all
IN delegates Why. of all people, did he hit at Prof.
Fabregat? Could it be because he feared that 1 rof Fabre-
gat, and other Latin Americans, might join somi
Africans contemplating the introduction of a resolution
calling upon the United Nations to take a fresh lo<
entire "Palestine Question?" Such a resolution could re-
sult, ultimately, in ; UN call for peace negetiat
tween Ihe Arab states .>nd Israel(he last thin, either
Shukairy or his Arab friend- want.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM3LAR
The Song Was Appealing: It Made No Sense
A MUSICIAN NAMED Frank Silver
** had someone call out to *
peddler I -king if he had bananas
ana the (ireek had replied. "Yes, we|
no bemnai Silver and a fellow
musician, Sam Cohen, wrote a song about
Some IS music publishers turned i
n. but final';. I published and|
it hit America like a cyclone.
The song didn't make sense, but perhaps thai was its
appeal. "':e Coolldge eraa time of pros-
eat crash and people were more
ed with dollar- than with -en-e.
At tha' time they also told an anecdote about Coolldge
ms that Silent Cal was being taken
through the lux u reenhouses of the Dupont estate
H( si i v.tic and fragile flowers and fruits
of all descriptions bat the President kept mum as ah.
Only when he saw the bananas did he break forth into
( h "Bananas." he muttered.
It was then thought that it was a great compliment to
banana- that it could make our most silent President ar-
ticulate.
Sam Zemurray whose passing has just been recorded
in the pre--, was the banana king, of America. His story-
could be told lrom many aspects. There was the econom-
ic and political involving the politics of South America.
There was al-o the Mmpler aspect of banana culture and.
I've been thinking, perhaps there i5 a unique Jewish angle.
lor the fad is the king Oi banana- came from Keshinelf.
That city Of course, has grim associations in the Jew-
ish mind. There occurred the terrible massacre which
br thi civilized world. It was the KeshineM ::...--acre
h al-o brought Bialik into fame fur his famous poem
- for not fighting back
The Dallas Community
"^WHEN IN DALLAS'
| "* for a kosher resl
you will find none. Hi
I will find a warmhei rti
I communitj. de\ oted ti
ten -- and contribute
ly to Jewish causes Althi .... '""re
are about 5.000 Jewish i.
I Dallas, there are more than B.000
contributors to the local Jewish Welfare Federation.
This is because women consider it their natural duty
t0 contribute to Jewish philanthropic cau-
tion to the contribution- made by their huban Is
There is a great number of Intermarriages IB
Dallas; however, you will find many non-Jewish
wives of Jewish husbands very active in Jewish com-
munal affairs These non-Jewish mother- are very
eager that their children should get a Jewish educa-
tion and are sending them to Jewish Sunday schools.
They are also eager that their sons should l,,t'n"tJ
the attainment of Bar Mitzvah. Affection..,.s
"Shikses." they are members of th.
t-mplc and the Conservative SynagOf
among the active participants in the Women's Dm-
-;on of the Federation.
There are five Jewish congregant Miwj.
of which the Reform congregation, Ten
El, is th< largest. It boast- of servin iwjj
and Of providing educational instruct
children in its religious school The I "'"w,u\'f
r. aation Shearith Israel, ha- a m< '"P'
1.100 fan: Ii. ai I B3S children in the n inn.
The three Orthodox congregations an '
largest of them having 250 families as
L25 children in its Sunday school and M
its Hebrew school. About 85 percent oi th -'< -
Dallas are American-born, and approximately a m
of them have lived in Dallas ten year- OT less.
The Jewish community in Dallas i- '" >*?". bv
It- Temple Emanu-EI was founded 88 yei -
11 pioneering families. Its Ctasarvative congres
tion was organized 77 years ago by 12 fa I W ^
inally as an Orthodox group. With ""^
Dallaswhere the population has triple* -
last 25 yearsthe Jewish population '*
about 19.000 residents, including wom<
ui is.uuu resraenn, un-iuums
years, Jewish citizen- ( 5
n inl involved in the iorefror
Thn
been
worthwhile community project



Friday. December 22. 1961
LEGAL NOTICE
*Jenisti Fforidfar

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NO"'CF. UNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
, iticK is HKHKBY GIVEN i
i i '. Ir'ns to i-nvue<
i ... hf fictitious 11 i ine
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Page 15-A
BY HENRY LEONARD

FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
H -i:':V DIV'W ll fit
t,; i firing In m Ii
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la, : If lO register Kll.l
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JEWSjj FRAT^NAL ORDER|S62] )
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NOT'CE UNDER
- 'US NAME LAW
: HKHKBY OI\ KX i
|< ii- ns in enaagi
Ml II lOU* 11
X \ i Ml'ANY :ii MIA
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lunty, Floi i i
. ,|i: 'ORATION ow ner>
.i ,ER, A.--I Sectj
l2/22-2:< '
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NOTICE 3V PUBLICATION
IN T--E C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVE\TH :UO CIAL C'RCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT" >' r.u-*NCERY.
No. 61C 13564
, ....\.
|. v... I HEN.
I i.lun
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ORVTTIEN
102
... | t New York
v .. i notified thai a BUI
or I tlvorce h .- b< i n
hi.I \ mi 11 required
ol your Answer .-i
BUI of Comol .im !-
the p tlfl kttorney*, C UN, IMS,
dltKA) H -il.AX, 8*80 West Flag-
"And I propose, Mr. Chairman, that our
answer to this anti-semitic act should
be a COURAGEOUS SILENCE!"
Cop/. 1*41, 0o," Pisdwiiwii
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 12325
ROY I VVII.hIA.MS,
I'hiii l
\ s
JANIE CHRISTINE WII.I.I \ Ms.
i .nl.int.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V'" IAXII-: '!!:..SY,.,:; vVII.-
:.l VMM Mi ia
MARKS 'HCRCH !.. i \ ;
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i..... iiiwwi r Dlvm
n->. C.F'oRt'E Xli'H' il. v.- 21 N VV
M l-"l.i ,ii l -..... nl mil
i- Ii Clerk if thin I itl
i n -. l-;-_". other* Is.....Int w III
be -1.:'. .ed ..-. v.. .
DATED November 27. I
1 i: VTHKRM ,.\
I in,I. "ouni y i'In >un
- al) H HKI.KN CESSL ',,
..
5-15-22
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^Jenist IFhrSdiiiair
solicits your legal notices.
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
IHal I It :M05
lor messenger service
HBHssBsasamHsV
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 13269
i-i:i>i:i:ar. national mort
ass, mi vi-ii im ...
Plaint fl
VS
Rl IBKRT !! WINN, is T. iste.
i Rankruptcv. :.- -. ,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
i Ti'. Rol..... ll Wlnti in "' i In
Rankrupti >. --r.- I 121 T i
Building. 140." K Street, N VV
Washington, I and Richard
Robedes and M irj Robedee, his I
v
in
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKRKI'.Y UIV : il
;h- underKieni-d, denit-ing I i-ngaf n
ouslne8x under the fk-tltlous name if
IHXIK I'RIX I'INU INK M 4 S
PLIERS ll '-" '' N VV ::.' h A Mi-
ami, Pin Intends to register -ml
: ,. ft'ltl i -.. k of the i 'in. lit
i "nurl "i I'aJ L*ountj Ptorida,
I.K.-i.ii: Pi iRR< '
Sn i Owl
LEONARD KA1.ISII
Attornej for Vpn
162 duPont Bldg
i-tn-21-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.riri: IS HEREBY GIVEN
that
i il. III., mi I Hie the i
\ o Pl< adltm i\ the
. erU of the Circuit
i the 23rd da> of
; ', [' v ..u fail i" do >,
bj default ill be taken
il.-nmi ied
i
Ii
.1 -p .
jml- i
I... for tii.- rebel
mplainl
in,\ anii iROBRED at Miami,
. : da> "i I niibei.
A. 11
-.!: HERMAN, r. i'o-rt, I 'a.I.- i 'ount> I-1". Uln
.1 I ANUAY.
. i ierk
, j, -.,g
IN T-'E CQ'JNTY JUDGE'S COURT
;\ i\D F")^ OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 53419-A
IX I:
- II V N.
used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"i hareb.i notiXieil BJtd
iny claims and -I-
It you mas ha re ugi
re o M \KY OOOl>MAN, de-
, i >.ni.. County, Flor-
Judges' of I'-'.l-
file he name i d i ill
is rro led in Sei tb>n 1
i i i-.. i-i their "iii' -
, :i. i -, in i >...' < "oun-
Ithln .-ix ile rtai
.....' the time "i i hi
|. iblii ,.r th^ .- ime "ill
-.1
Hat. it ,i i Florida, thl 12th
ir ier 1961.
i HSKN, Ksy
> irn -i for Executor
i i .. i |
_ Fl ti i
12/15-22-29, 1 "
IN tmE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 54527-C
:- i .-of
' IRIS H I.KVI.NI-:.
I'. ..I--I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I ''/-editors and All Peraonn H'^
' m ... Demands AgalnM Said
t-
- >>\ notified nl i
., red ,, present any claim* and de-
" hi- which you may have against
tate ,.f MORRIS H. LKVIKK
oi I--.! | i.i.i.. Count). nor-
ths Count) JudeTM of Dade
and file '.h^ name In duplicate
pros idr 1 in Bection 7*8 16
1 Stal itea, In their office* in
'In County Courthouse in Pade Coun-
Plorlda, within six ealendai
"..mil- ii-.)in the time of the fir-i
publication hereof, <>r the earn* iM
b. bar d.
. I '.">! at M ami, Florida, this 29th
"'v of November, AD. il.
PEARL 1.1:vim:
, As Administratrix
LEON v EPSTEIN
Attorney i<>r Administratrix
4-'" l.:i: /In ltd Miami Beach. Pla
IL' !t-l.".-22-2i>
'N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 49630-B
'N RE: Estate of
xizaui :m i;i >i,hstkin.
Dscsaaet.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE in hereby Kiv.-n that I
1 "- filed m> l-'inal Repoli and I'eti-
t'on fi r Distribution and Final Dta-
JJjarns > BJanseutor ..f the eatate of
I.1ZABETH OOJLI>8TEIN. deceased:
""' ihnt on the l.'th day of January.
w II i,,;,u to the Honorable
Judges of Dade County. Flor-
ii- -. ii of -ai.i Final R< P"1 '
for the distribution and final dis-
.- .,- ,,r the .-si.ii.- "(
ne above-named decedent. This nth
) "i December, I
,, HARRY MAHLER
'.Ni.i.i, BLOME Attornej
'" L'ni ..in Roa i
M|' nl Baoh, i- i
12 15-22 29, :
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE.
No. 54436-B
IN RE Esl ite !
HANKoKIJ 11 KEAN
! ....
vJTICE TO CRED TORS
To All i .-- in.: All I'ersol 1 \
Ii : i' i : a Against S
Estate
1 ... ..iid i
notll i ind Ired I preseni
: i: ml .1. in inds hi h you
either "' ma) ha\ ig i nst the
ssl its .-AM iRB II KEAN de-
cease i i i i| Dade Count) Ploi Ida,
t.. the Honorable Count) Judges ol
Bade County, and file the same in
their bffli es in th* i oi nt> Co irth >u.-
In l>jd- County, Florida, wlthli
ii endar months from the date of the
rirst publl i i hereol Said la lins
r .i.-iaan..- r>, i-ontain the legal ad-
dress of I I ilmanl ami to be i n
t.. an i pr:,!.I .- al iresu i
-,ui>. m : be ban -i S
: 14." i- ,:. ite \. I
l .,..- i i ember IS V P 196
M iLLIE KEAN ami iiL< >RI \
l IE IERK a- Exei il ps (
.. win ind r iment >f
- -1 ii Kean U eas
s- .\ N ':. ,\ MANNHEIMER
\ ..... !:--.iti
s hi. dr. eased
12 22-29, I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'N AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 13975
ESTELLK M WESSON,
. .,
HENRY Hl'fJi I WE8SI >N,
I lefendanl
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO HKNKY Hl'GO W BSSON,
e Cnkonwn
,,.. : iy notll i- i thai i
plaint i r divorce has b. en filed
against you In th.- above styled court
b> I-:.-- I'KLI.E -\i v\ i..-.-".N. and >os
are r.-r Ired to ser\ i cop) o your
Answer or other pleading to Hie Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney, tleorg-
\. Mac Done 11, 504 Biscay ne Bldg
Miami. Flo Ida, and file the Orlgli i
Answer i r Pleading In thi ol
the Clerk of the above -. -i .
,. before the 8th da) ol Januury,
1982: otherwise Judgmenl b) default
will b.- taken against you i the
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated this 6th da) i
1961.
r R LBATHERMA.N
k ol i 'i". ull
(sea i By: K M. LYM w
1'. put) C'.erk
12 g-l".-22 -'
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO.ClAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 60C 5251
VIOLA NICKELS,
Plait
\ -
CONNIE NICKELS
Defends it
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl i Ci INNIE NIi'KELS
. uldr
YOL" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
i itnplaint bus nee i itieu tgaiiisi
V'lol.A N'l-'KKi.s and there-
fore, you ar eq .: I t.. tile > ir
Answer th the Clerk ; the above
Court and serve i cop; thereof u|...n
ALFRED KREIS'LER Attornej for
Plaintiff, 5o0 Ain.-i.... Building, Mi-
ami 32, Florida, >n > >re thr lath
day A January, 1962, otl i De-
Pro C mfesso ^> I be Kiu.-r.-i
i -; i in-* you.
DATED this mIi day i Di ember,
E B t.i:ATin:r.siAN
rteik of the C 'ourt
(seal) By: K M LYMAN,
1 leput Clerk
ALFRED KREISLER
\ y for t'lail
\ ;:-.. i Buildii -
Miami .:_'. Florida
12 15-22-29, : 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 13146
CARTERET SAVINGS V.ND
LOAN AS* M 'lATION.
Plaintiff,
B8N Cl \ M'Wl.N' and LIBBY
VACOHN. his wife snd
ELIZABETH M REPP,
Defendants _
NOTICE OF SUIT
r,i. BUZABETH M RKPP
|gg4 12nd Street
w...dside .7. New York
y,,,, are hereb) notified thai '""
aboSi capUoned action has been ln-
stirte court of the .ludi.iul Circuit of Hor-
ida in and lor Dade County to^ fore-
doss a mortgage uiion the foUowinj
TttSSJTtiim ADDITION
K,:.,k : at rVl HuW -"'rtl"
of Dade County. Florida,
fou are required to file your -in
.war to plaintiff; .-omi. h
"Mfe"
Lgalnsl you.
i HAN
v
,^,l, beput) Clerk
martin FINK
4i-,.r ie\ for I iintul
. KVdMl
m ami 12, i':'" '' y, ,-. 22 ... i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FCR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 13147
il.LAR SAVJNCS BANK I F THE
rin i'!'.\'::w YORK, i New. York
-i- i.'.i.
Plait tl '
\ -
i'I.A V ii >N I. WOLFE, i tefendants.
T< CLAYTl 'N I., u 'I FE and
JEANNETTK v W >i.ki:
Jl Hart Stre.
i -..Ii... \. \ il
rOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
i null ha.- been br iuhi against you
b- DOLLAR SAVINC.S BANK "I-
in;: CITY OF NEW YORK, In the
above-entitle l Court I i fore. I D
mortgage encumbering the follow tut
described property, to-wit:
, :; CORAL WAV \ II.-
LAOE SECTION "A". PAR!
iccording t.. th^ plat thereof,
rded In PI '' '" :"
of the public rec irds I Dad Coun-
t%. Florid ..
Together with
Venetian blinds:
Caloric h In oven an i ine inits
I \V MCX and BR-4 cul in.-t-
and you a''- req ill ed to file your n n
swer with the Clerk the Clrcuil
Court of Ba-le Co inty. I lorl la, ..t tne
,.,.,..,.. :-.- in M ami, Florida, on tti
v 15. 1962. and to serve
,.,,,,. of such i newer upon DAN It'
p CATSMAN, Plali tlfrs attorney,
whose address Is Hth Floor al,101
Bus! Flaler Stre. t. Miami 12. Fl
,j ,- req lired b) th* Laws ol Flo -
[da! If v.....all to do >, the c ini
pla.nt will be taken as c mfessed b>
?ou and a Decree Pro I'-nit---' *H
.....ntered lgalnsl you for the re lei
demanded In the complaint.
DATED tin- s"' da) ol December.
K B I.FATHERMAN
Clerk >!" the Circuit Court
(seal) B K M LYMAN,
Deput) Clerk
DAVID P. CATSMAN
Mth Floor at 101 B. Plagler Bt.
Miami 22. Florida /t5.8,.2. j
wife and all par! or persons
ii 11 Ing or claiming to i> i \.- anj
right, title or ll teresl In
tii.- real property herein descrlb-1
ed, residence unkm i a <
Yi >i' are h- -. b\ notified I hal the
ii...v. .....- i ha ... iii-
. i vi in-.....I ..... '
Court ..' ludiclal 'ircuit of Flor-
ida in in.I for i lade '' unl to fore-
el ,-.. ,,,
desi Ihed i il pro isrtv
Lot 15 Block 25 FIRST ADDITION
TO MYRTLE Oft' >VE i -.-i-iIn
the Pint thereof, r< i irde l In Plal
Book ": U Page S >f the Puhll.
Rei ,.r.i- of 1 is I- '" iuntv Floi ids
togethe w Ith Hotn dnl R f1 leraoi
Model N'.. EF-10 and Venetian
Blinds
V..ii are required I i an-
- v to plalnl Iff's imn ilnl with the
Clerk of thi i I '' r- r>ifl
serve plaintiffs
attorni HF'.NRY H ARRiNOToN
1034 N vv Third Avenue Mian
Florida, no! later thin J.inuarj l"..
1962, .ii- a Decree Pro Coi I ill
. i lealnsl j
Dal-.I December 11. I1
i: B LKATHERMAN
ci. rk of the Circuit r I
an Hv K V LYMAN
D^putv '
HENRY II ARRlNi
1014 N \v Th!- I Avi n
Mi iml 16 F o da
12 15-22 '
>ui.i.. i-'.
BENJAMIN D l.i: BOF'F
E ALBER '
Vttorne' ir V.ppli< ml
I 162 W Flagl T M
i ?-15-21-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice s hf:rf:by given thai
ili.. ii I. des ag .-;- In
businesx undei the ous name of
il.AVI'.'.N INTERNATIONAL at 1S20
\.\v. uii.I Avenue, Miaxn blorlda In-
tends to register sa B
,-l.rk ..i the i'ii-. ii C Dado
Count). Plori 11
ALFRED iii
i:i.vv \i:i> ll TERRY
Attorney for twner
v N.K. 9rd St
Miami Shores, Fl irlda
12/8-1 22 "i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREEtY UIVEN tn.it
the underslgm lesiring to engage In
business under thi I I tio ime
\l IDERN v-s. CIATES ll
Washington Avei Mian
i-'., nteiids -' said
m :-ii H Clerk th- Clr Court of
I 'a.I- Coun I
i'.k.i >RflE vv ZLMMERM vn
VON /.AMI', a KR VVITZ
Vttnrne) s for Appi
i"7 I.in. uln Roa I

ON
NOTICE OF aopl CA
FOR TAX DEED
Fl- -52251
NOTICE IS HERI IY DIVEN th
Nathnniel vv s. .: h I. .- '--
i -. Mil..... T i v
Certificates niimbi red *tV) at '' '
iated the 1st B '- A '' '
'i rib I said rtil ,--:-. rfl
ui.i has i le ipi I itlon tai di i
-,, Issue thereon ii lance wltn
law said ce rlfli embrace thi
following desi ribed pr ipe t) Mtuated
n Dade County, SI >' ,; '' "'' to
a i-
I ., -. Block 26 Twi Ifth Street Man-
Plal Book Page 59 In the |
City of Miami, C tunt) ol Da le
s-it- of Florida, i- embraced n
Certificate No TOO The assess-
ment r( said pr......rt) under tne
g ,i ,... tif rate Issued is in the
name of Cnknon I
Lot I1- Less s Street, Block i.
Mark Subdl rtslon., Plat i.....k i
Page 2 In the Clt) of Miami, Coun-
n of Dade. Sti......I Florida, as
embraced In Certi'lente No 1070,
Tl,^ assessment "f said propert)
under the said certificate I
was In the name of Unknown
Unless .-..i i certificates shall be re-
deemed according to taw. tax deed
. Deceml....., A D 1961.
Dated this 21st da) at November,
'"'i: B LBATHERMAN
Clerk Circolt Court.
Dade County, Florida
B) R M LEF.VER,
l leputy i'h-rk
11/24. 12/1-8-15-22
NOTICE OF SALE
MISS BABY AKE
r .. The i 'ornish Arn -
::il W 23rd Str
New V .irk City, New
>-., i are hi rebj n itlfis I tba.1 'no
Romba.v Hotel I by ulrt te of a
landlord's I..... "'
the la l -' the >' la, will
the following items, to-wit:
l' mink stoli -
I Rf- t
1 Table Model R id i
Re. rd i
. 1 iressi -
:: Pair ol I ndli >
:, Bathing Suits
4 Pair ..f Sno
The sale will be hel n I ittu iry 2,
;..;-_ ,1 to A.M., al the Bombay Ho-
tel, al 'iii and Collins Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach Floi Id i
TALIANOFF. WALLER 4 I.ITMAN
Attorneys for Bomba) Hotel
iL'.i Lincoln Road, Miami Beacb
12/1-8-15-22

NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF:REBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, -siring to engage m
businesy under the fiutitioiu name "f
SHORE BAKERY at J'-lt S.W Bth
Street, Miami, Florida Intends to reg-
ister said nun.- with the I'lerk of tho
Circuit Court .!' Dads County, Flor-
ida.
i ,v M BAKERY O I
Bv; Benjamin Esposito, President
OBO'ROE, AMES & KITI'KK
Attorneys for FA %' Baker) I' i
Florida corporatl >n
I1A0 S.W l-irsi St ,
Miami ::>. Flor d I __
S-15-22-29
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 61C 12174
Kl.lNelt LOCISK STEIN,
Plaintiff.
george samuel st kin,
'^ce'bypubl.cat.on
rOU OEOROE SAM I Kl. STEIN,
,.,.- Bryan St., Ant. L, DallM *> Tex-
asare notifh-d to serve a copy o
Jwuver to Divorce Complalnl
filed against you on Plaintut attor-
ney (JEOROE NICHOLAS, 1218 NW
V, s;. Mto.nl, ki.,. and fU.....'Iginal
with Cork of this Courl on or before
Januar) 8 1962. o.....rwl comptainl
WIH be confessed by you.
I>\TI."I> December I isi
I- r. UQATHBRMAN. Clerk
i. HELEN KESSLER
beputyCI^
|:\ THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54494
IN RE: Estate of
VIVIAN ANNA PACE, I .nm-rly
ANNA QERSTEIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r All Creditor* and aii Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You art- hereby notified and re-
oulred to present any Claims and ile-
munds which you ma> have a-fiinst
the estate of VIVIAN ANNA PACE,
formerly ANNA GERSTEIN. de-
ceased late of r>ade County. F lorida,
,,, the County Judge- of Dade County,
ind file the same in dunli.-ate and as
provided in Section 7S3.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the COIM*
t> Courthouse In ind.- County, Flor-
ida within six calendar month- from
th.-' time of the first publication here-
of ..I- the sain.- will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this J7th
das of November, \.i> I1*"!
ALFRED 7.. PACE
As ESxecutor
CHEREN& OOLDBN
Attorneys for Executor
607 Ol) mpia Building
Miami ::J, Florida
12 S 15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 13031
rich VRD JOHN WOLF8TELLER
Plaintiff. I
(ilSKI.I.A WoLF'STELLER.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: GISELLA WOLFSTKLLER
P. I.aza I'IT'
Ouayaqull. Ecuador
Yot' ARE HKIll HV NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you A copy of your
Answer must be served on Plaintiff's
attorney, JOSEPH vv MALEK, 407
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original In tne offl
th.- Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
for Dade County, Florida, on ->r be-
fore the i Ith day of January. ; M!,
Herein fall nol or Decree Pro Confesao
may be taken against you for the n-
li.-f prayed for In the tmpla Inl
DATE! > -h l1'"'".
1961, at Miami B i. ii. Dade County.
Florida
E B LEATHERMAN
Clei '
(seal) B) K vi LYMAN,
Deput) Clerk
,-1-.-22-29


Pi-
page ISA
vjewisti Meridian
Friday, December 22, 1
961
Italian Beats Defamation Charge
Climax of the testimonial banquet honorinq Mayor Robert
King High was the presentation of a gold "Volunteer of Valor"
plaque by dinner chairman Chelsie J. Senerchia for Mayer
High's personal leadership in behalf of the Aronovitz Heart
Pavilion at the new Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Flanking
the duo are Judge Simon E. Sobeloff (left\ U.S. Circuit Court,
who delivered the principal address, and Dr. Kurt Peiser
(right), toastmaster. Others who participated in the program
were Stanely C. Myers, board chairman, and E. Albert Pallot,
chairman of the hospital development fund. ____
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
ROMEThe Council of the Union
of Italian Jewish Communities in-
structed its president Tuesday to
seek a meeting with the Italian
Justice Minister concerning an un-
precedented criminal court rulins
which acquitted an Italian magis-
trate of charges of militant anti-
Semitism.
The case involved Giovanni Du-
rando a Turin magistrate, who is
editor of the Voice ot Justice. The
periodical, in i's .May ti. 1961 is
sue. published an article fierce!}
attacking the trial in Jerusalem ct
Adolf Eichmann and declaring that .
'Catholics cannot an-.i must not
forget that Jews are God killers.'*
and that as such "up to our days"
Jews should be deprived of the
possibility of being judges of any-
body not belonging to their pro-
geny." The article also declared
that 'having crucified Christ""
Jews were "totally deprived of any
sense of morality."'
Judge Duranc'.o was promptly
denounced to Italian judicial
authorities by several Italian
Jews for "vilification of the
Jewish religion and defamation
of Jewish citizen*." Before a
jammed Genoa courtroom, Hujo
Levi, president of the Turin Jew-
ish community, and more than
50 other Italian Jews aopeared
with their artornsys as suing
parties against the magistrate.
Judge Dura.'.do appeared with
out a lawyer. He contended that
the subject o! the charge against
him hould be cons'tiereti "'an
ideological matter." He .said that
while he had not written the arti-
cle, he assumed full responsibility
for it. since he had read it and
approved it before publication. He
said the article had been written
by "a deeply religjous person"
whose name he would not disclose.
In his defense, the magistrate
said that the article "stresses the
historical and theological princi-
ples of my religion." He cited his-
torical theological definitions of
lews as "Gcd killers." and insist-
ed he had nothing against Jews
personally. "for I consider them
iiy brothers." He said that during
World War 11. he fought with the
partisans "and saved many Jews."
The article, he declared, simply
.repeated "what the Apostles Paul
ir.d Luke already stated."
The attorneys ft* the com-
plainants declared that the de-
fendant's arguments were simi-
lar to those used by Hit'er in
1931, and rejected, the contention
that the article had been written
, to emphasize 'some religious
principles. They declared that
they contested the magistrate's
"right to state that his faith is
better than that of others and
: that therefore those professing a
different religion are to be con-
sidered immoral."
The lawyers also reminded the
court that Pope John XXII had
joerscnally ordered the deletion of
the phrase "perfidious Jews" from
the Good Friday liturgy. They
asked for damages of 500.000 lire
S800) to be turned over to the
Association of Deportees to Nazi
Concentration Camps.
The public prosecutor declared
in his summation that Judge Du-
rando had trespassed the limits of
honest criticism and also had con
structed his thesis on false relig-
ious principles. He asked an U.
month jail term and a penalty of
50,000 lire ($80) for the defendant,
In his closing statement, Jud?e
Durando asserted again that be
did not mean to offend Jews, and
i that he had been inspired entirely
by a profound religious faith He
asked for acquittal.
After two hours of deliber-
ation, the coe'rt acquitted the de
fondant of the charge of vilift.
cation of the Jewish relvjioe
"because the fact does not can
stitute an offense" and of Hm
charge of defamation of J twill
citizens "because of lack of evi-
dence."
The defendant sail !:
peal to a higher courl
felt he deserved an ui
acquittal rather than
on lack of evidence
day, the public prosecut r
filed an appeal against the ..> [iiit
tal with a higher court
IT'S A NEW EDITION
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READERS OP THIS
PUBLICATION
Beth Tfilah Elects Officers
Cantor Samuel Gomberg -will again head the Temple Ner
Tamid annual concert to be held next Jan. 13. Program will
include Hebrew, Yiddish, Israeli and classical selections.
Shown at a rehearsal session are front (left to right) Canter
Gomberg, Mrs. Anna White, Joseph Schreibman, director of
the New Tamid choir. Mrs. Helen Glazier, and Mrs. Lillian
Samuels. Rear are Jack Weinstein, Mrs. Leo Paul, Samuel
Greenfield, ritual director. Mrs. Gertrude Mogel and Joseph
Scharlin. Accompanist is Hy Freed. Program committee
includes Surfside Councilman Louis Hoberman, Frank Cohn,
Charles Abramson and Dan. Piver.
Newly-elected president of Con-
gregation Beth Ttilah is Istdor EL
Kramer, who previously served as
president for three terms.
Kramer is active in numerous
religious and community organisa-
tions, including the Chassidic Lu
bavitcher. of which his late father
was one of the founders in the
United States.
Elected to serve with him are
Rev. Joseph Kra.itz and Paul
Weiss, vice presidents: Louis Mer
witzer. treasurer: Joseph Meyers,
financial secretary; and Hyman
Zaidman. recording secretary.
Rabbi Jcseph E. Rackovsky will
be installing officer at a future in-
stallation meeting.
This Is the 24-Year Hebrew-
English Calendar, latest re.
vised edition. 80 pages. Every
Hebrew date, day of the'week,
equivalent date in the general
calendar, every Jewish holi-
day, October 1940 to Septa*
ber 1964.
For a fret copy, wn'ft to
H. J. HEINZ CO. lhh n,
Dept. J2, Pittsburgh 80; PJ.
B'nai BVith Youth Convene
Some 150 Jewish high school stu-
dents representing B'nai B'rith
Youth chapters in Florida will
gather for the annual convention
of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion at Camp Owaissa Bauer. Na-
ranja. Fla.. from Dec. 27 to 31. it
was announced by Eli Hurwitz.
president of the Miami BBYO
board of directors.
The group will be assembled by
Lee Sandier, president of the A.leph
Zadik Aleph and a senior at Coral
Gables High, and Judi Meitin, a
high school senior in Orlando
Judge Milton A. Friedman, pres-
ident of BB District Grand Lodge
5. and Mrs. Alfred Reich, presi-
dent District 5 B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, will greet the convention body.
Dr. Irving Cantor, national pro-
gram director for BBYO, Wash-
ington, O.C., will participate* in
the convention and address the
group.
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on APeople-to-People" program
in Latin America, a peace confer-
ence for youth. Israel and leader-
ship training
B'nai B'rith Girls will consider
Place of BBYO in a Christian
Society." 'Judaism and Morality."
"Youth and the Freedom of the
Press" and "Leadership Training."
Highlights of the convention will
include an oratory contest for boys
and an oratory and story-telling
contest for girls.
Coordinating the four-day event
are Kenneth Friedman for the AZA.
and 3onnie Frankel. Hollywood,
for the BBG.
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the
W
GROVE
ppy mid-winter family reunion fcr the Irving W< tins and
I Sarah ShapoH nexl week T r Boa Shapoff. h
Man Westin and their youngsters. David I | 2,
from Teaneck, N J., will be housegues s pan
I :-\ ng Westin. at 1021 West 46th Beach
associate professor of | Colum-
1 1 sity, and Bea is working on her ....- degree at the
. Little David told h..- grandmothti last year that
|j in oiur home goes to school "...
her family taking "time out'" from higher education to
e holidays together are (he Shevachi ol 324(1 Prairi<
!( n Sh vach is in his first year at Stati i sit; 1 N< w
own&lati Medical Center in Bi ol yn. hi late father, Dr.
1 ph Shevach's alma mater Allen's on an Amcri
y ,: Education Foundation Honor holarship given bj
i Sew York Earned the award on (he Irei th of his
, ; Johns Hopkins University, where he received his BA in
1 He's a i!t">8 graduate ol Beach High Sister
1 n senior at pnp school in Palm Beach, will be home nexl
t Mother 0!' the two young peopli Helen She vach,
audi graduate of the Univei 5 ol Miami with a BS in
as recently invited to membership ii rheta Sigma,
1 ionorary in nursing S up will
: time friends, Dr. Irving Kupcsmitl David
1 lh, Mom Brooklyn.

icktail party for 150 guests at I 1 5755 S\V
n Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman will anno.;
. ement 01 their daughter, Susan, to Martin Bakalar, 1
1 Mrs Victor (Lillian) Bakalar, o! ng. L.I. 11m
i leel is an alumna ol the University ol Mil i ind belongs to
on Phi At present, sin's with Flaglor Federal .
ce is a sophomore at New York University's dental school
li rnit Mpha Omega Here lo extend best v.
' iouple will b Susai bn ihcr, E his wife ft
:.. ;..-! where he's a r porter on (tail) nowspapei
1 I be I ..." and 11 li Si ''.. r julies,
. Mrs. Jules Blo h ..
b H. Kaplan, rabbi pic Israel, is
to seeing his manj frii < Id-timi
I a recepl n his home. 1 y n Sui
: ii hi noi ol ins 87lh birthda;
>-.< .
, I wii U 1 \ Lsil >rs to the Gold e E.
S >: Baltimore, back to sep *'ith son
, blic relations executive now livinj
Sheciera, who lust returned trom a thrill-] eked
i tour, is younger son Mark, .. to al I ici ler J
Mas acbusetts .
lur snow-bud with a winter residence at 4455 Nauti
di Sylvia (Mrs. David) Glasser, here from Johnstown, Pa., v. here
; Is the r si of her time that is, when 1 isn't traveli
;.. climes Most of ihe past summer was spenl revisiting
and scenes in all Ihe major cities of Europe A trip to
. which she hadn't seen in 18 years, when it was called
astounded her with the many changes and amazing
-- made there .
..'(} Mrs. Herbert Shapiro met over 30 close relatives who
' nverged on New York recently from ..s far away as Cali-
and South Africa to attend the 53rd wedding anniversary
1 .<:::;;en of Herb's parents Additional congratulations wen
1 'id (0 Herb's brother who uses the pen name. J. Bennett
is third novel. "So Sweet. So Wicked," Is swiftly climbing the
Her ladder.
-
The George Levensons celebrating their 40th anniversary with
... cruise through the Caribbean and South America on the
' .nca C" ...
>ver 70 youngsters and their parents quests ol Peg and Mac
II at a water-skim^ and barbeque partj last Sundaj .
I" ng at I'randon Park was a reunion lor (amp Universe .
I be a happy holiday for Ted l.ar.dcMiian after all
H back, doing suavely whatever il is that mana do, at
v uu's hotel alter a session in Mercj Hospital.
- <
- a 60th birthday for Art Pekelner and h.
1 1 rau d with a party at their home in Ci
happy group included dan-:.;
i Fine, who flew down for the occasion Iroin their t
d, NY. Their two offspring. Ricky and \-\/:><. .\
1 the trip too. but that evening they were park< I back at ini
other cut-of (owners were the Al Pravers. trom Ka
Mo.; the Isador Hammers, from Palm Beach; ai Ihi rra.m
ffmans, and Edward Spers, from New York ..
.: ong the local tolk enjoying the festivities.wen [he 1 1
1 I and Bernard Blooms. Mr. and Mrs. Morton -I Harris, mo
J seph Miltons. Mrs. .loan De.telbaum. Mr. and Mrs. R Shnlman.
'' Harry Friedmans, Mrs. Bea Stern. Mr and Mrs. Samuc .
krais. the Louis E. Goldmans, Eugene Massins. Alvin twin.
Hums. Buddy Beckers, Mrs. Claire Collins, the Thomas Mclaiis,
Mike" Green Dropping in after al
and drinking a toast
and Mr and
" Julius Hesr.ieks and
tending a wedding earlier in the evening
! the "birthday bo> were the Samuel T. Sapiros
William D. Singer.
More than 200 band-made loys and children's dress. IS were
recently presented to the Child Welfare Division of
oman s
"W.rU
~Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday. De
Section B
At the recent Brar.deis University, Women's Solomon Margolis, president of Miami Beach
Committee cc::feie::ce are (left to right) Mes- unit; Harold Goldberg, national preside:-.:;
dames Sidney Schwartz, chairman; Abrom and Aarcr. Fan, luncheon chairman.
Sachar, wile of the president of the university;

Among the many fashionably attired ladies who attend
Cedars of Lebanon reception and banquet last week honor-
ing Mayor Robert King High were (left !c t hi
Bookbinder. Mrs. Michael Tobin ar.d Mrs. I nedict Silv
(See 'Charmingly Yours', Page 7-B.)
ivetr.tiy presented to tne him weuwc =.....
. Department of Public Welfare bj 35 senior *; AEPHl Alumnae Plan LUHCheOR
olm Ross Day Center of Senior Day Centers, a umtea r Mtrm *mnm**m
Malcolm Ross Day Center, assisted the sen" ciUmm
the dolls, stuffed animals, pull toys and chiWren,1"
.Juliet Burke Mrs. Rita Prosnitz, Mi irodenjky
Hie Kauffmann were among the Coun.
therwith Miss Bettj Jo IcL.
.1 van Toch, stall occupati
Ali h E| silon Thi Ah.mnac Assn.
.-eater Miami will hold its an-
h0] daj bruncheon on Wednes-
day, ;; 30 a.m.; at the Algiers ho-
tel
Enlcri will be p
bi Larrj K ''.....
reservations
13 Cata-
lonia, Coral -- an
Spin r, 612
Ulcers oi i
are prei Mori i 1
e president, Mrs Arthur Gil-
bert; corresponding
Howard Katzcn; recording
secretary, Mrs, Stt nley R
s. Richai
Brandeis Women
Meet in Confab
Southeast area conference of
Brandeis University, National
Women's Committee, held on Dec.
1 and .5 at the Eden Roc hotel ac-
complished a three-lold purpose,
according to Mrs. Sidney M.
Schwartz, Miami Beach, chairman.
1: afforded the delegates from the
ix slate- represented to meet with
rational officers, "both beneliting
from the personal rapport."
"The workshops not only brought
forth singular problems for which
solutions were sought, but a won-
derful exchange ol ideas, not other-
wise possible," said Mrs. Schwartz.
Mrs. Aaron l-'arr. of Miami
Beach, was chairman ol the lunch-
eon at the close of the conference,
which also served as the firs] of
two general meetings a year held
i> the Women's Committee
The newly establish) d Miami
chapter *.!-. installed al the I'unc-
ith Mrs Joel Meyers as
president
Mrs. Abram L Sachar, wife of
the pn id( nt of Brandeis Universi-
ly, was honored guest speaker in
a discussion ol the problems facing
university administrations today
Urs. Solomon B. Margolis is
presidei 1 ol Ihe Miami Beach chap-
ter, which was hostess chapter for
the Southeast area conference
Gurion Branch
Meeting Slated
Bei Gurion Branch ot Farband
meet Thursday evening. Dee.
1 (he Cultural Center, 842
on ave
hs, president, said the
business portion oi the meeting will
be conducted by Mrs. Miriam Hal-
pirn, vice president oi the branch.
To be presented is the slate of
officers prepared by Mrs. Wil-
liam Beckwith, chairman of Ihe
minatina committee.
Bernard Furman, cultural chair-
man, will ii honoring Sachs on his return
to the activities ol the branch fol-
1 olonged Illness.
Social hour following will he
Mrs Irving Sachs In her
nor.




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Q'Jinitt fkirSrSiari
Fxidcy. December 22, 1%!
Jjcacfi It
t
ontan
Csxhilits &4rt in Grove Cjallcry
Kams to Mark
Four Occasions
1 ,_.-.. V "... rman's i ne-man
Bl Mirell Gallery in
( .. ove is her first ill
era! yei -
: ^d for ej .the,
i
I ;m:in
i im-
I through the
, the
1 apes
.....ons.
A graduate, with h from
the 1 sity Sen.' il 11 Art.
i Dg her four : ars there. -Mrs.
germai won the Weir paint-
itig prize, thi English scholarship
art prize, arc! four times, the
i x Arts first medal. She then
acceptec a Fellowship in Ar: of-
feree by the Tiffany Foundation.
Recently, she was piven aonc-
mai show a: the Norton Gallery
oJ Art in Paim Beach, and is cur-
rently '.:.'. of the 12 artis s invited
to exhibil at the Spnngiielri Mu-
oei ring the Miss Universe
Sal Fifth Avenu a-
lur( prize-v ini ing portraits
, beauties painted by Mrs.
Vcui On. of the p ir-
traits :. i by Madame
-Chang, daughti r-in- w I the
former Amti ador 1 the 1
-
i
n won ti
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Reyna Younaermcn ct work on cne of her canvases r.cw
showing c: the Mire'.'. Gallery in Coconut Grove.
... ...
local collector! include her
Sections,
. Sin 1 Fishers
the Leo R the David
hi ch 'he
.. ... Albert Chis-
fTfl ... !*? (. m!n"Wc!TrnVi -
.... J. seph
KnapFS. i al( >'
il years Mrs
ncentrated on
the I sea] A collec-
. .,...:. tci nes, mangrove
canvasc.-. am boat si 1 nes is in-
rrenl exhibition.
re -t. ies and rr.cther-and-
1 hild 1 nth a so are prominent
in th collection.
In addition to being a busy paint-
er and the wife of realtor Alexand-
er Youngernian, Reyna finds time
to take part in many civic activi-
ties and organizations. She is cur-
rently hospitality chairman for the
Council fir International Visitors,
an active member I :nc Blue Dome
Artists Society, and class repre-
sentative for th< Yah Art School.
., idith V Gindy. the
Youngi rmi r.s iest daughter,
v. ho has devoted 1. great deal of
I .... il ... has turned
, pture, Four
- ibited in con-
. -..--. of her
. ... and the Beaux Ar- her
te. through
Josepl ;' si'. -rn ri m< d art Ji n. 6. 1 to 6 1 the Mirell
the first to > Coco-
Mr. :-:
1
[. t Reyna Y in s ermans Many 1 ;
Lois Lczarus
To Show Art
Byman Kam *g
1 j /ents on
11 "' 'Pi' 52nd wed!
Mrs .
:
fe elec :,,
'fourth *"&* na^pranlrirti Iship 1
Branch ol
er Mia 1
ter.
T bl J] nnjj,
bers < I a.
Club v a 1 < havin
and anniven ries in December
the club birthday
par'y
Mrs Hem Palaban. wife of tta
city coi ssioner, will lx
enlerta:rt: Dancing and refrt-b-
ments will J< 'low.
Parents Meet
With Teachers
Mrs. Sidney Kay. preschool st>
pervisor <: Bell T;>rah ancou
that par r.tj : with tea
as( we< ti .->. -s both the pro-
gram lh( ass and mdh
orr<_r-.... dn n.
In the schoc ; ri gram thi
,vas devcti
childn 1 i
naking \ an weather
measi:: n mts
and .;.-. 1 v day
v eather t rdit'crs,
The : ... '; < pet" in :
vili be big! b;
and *
al th< -
Lr-s Lazarus
. I 1
Jac. {

': L zarus has '
, Museun
ainter ':. I
.: sculptor ( harh Sah 1
at thi New Gallery
Dean Gallery I 0 h in
... the Nortc n Gallery
1 M am Bei ch Art Center.
'Sistie Award'
Luncheon Here
Firsl annual "Sistie Award"
ci Sisterhood of Temple
SI on -s held Wednesday
. Harvey E K: ster-
presii '":.' "this is
ni .....e history of Sis-
cf Ten Bi !h Ic-m
... -
SiStl
r.i
. rmet spi
tee 1
tre Mrs. S :'
j er. Mrs J
th a ay -. Mrs
] ;
H< rsel u
o Si ucketf .
men. ''.: it rosu Sreent w a =
. immiUee,
charge ci decorations were
- Berfeoian, Mrs Jerome
GreeiK Mrs. Albert Reibel, Mrs
Eli Ht'/.ztr and Mrs. Abram
.-. feature* was 1 fashion snow
by Velaa ar,<_ 1-e^.g;. '.: Arthur
Godfrey rd.
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Friday. December 22. 1961
JteRtiffi fkririirtjn
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Lorber Chapter
Plans for Gala
Final plans arc bcin formulaled
this week by members of Lorber
chapter. Jewish National Home for
Asthmatie Children, for the or-
ganization's New Year's Eve af-
fair.
The function will be held Dec 31.
9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.. at Hibiscus Au-
ditorium. .Music will be by the
Stereo-tune v
Committee is headed by Mrs
Sidney Sachs and Mrs Irving
Markus. In charge of reservations
are Mrs. Robert Bender and Mrs.
Arnold Grossman. Others are Mrs
M. Guberman. publicity, and Mr-.
Morgan Lew, decorations
President of Lorber chapter is
Mrs. Julian Cde. Funds raised
will be used to support the child-
ren from Dade county who current-
Ij are p tients at the Home ;:i Den-
ver, Colo.
Making Lorber chapter New Year's Eve preparations are (left
: ght) Mrs. Sidney Sachs, Mrs. Irving Markus. Mrs. Arnold
Grossman, and Mis. Robert Bender.
Unique Debutante Ceremony to Present
Young Ladies to Distinguished Officials
Adding to the gaiety and sparkle
(i the Ambassador's Ball to be
hid under auspices of the Israel
Bond Organization Wednesday at
"hi Kontainbleau hotel will be a
tu vi 1 ceremony to be introduced
lure for the first time anywhere
ir the United States.
Vis. Anna Brenner Meyers,
i man of the diplomatic corps
>: hosts, pointed out that an in-
i vation of this year's Ambassa-
Ball Will he the presentation
r .: debutante ceremony of a group
i Miami young ladies conu-ol
age. The young lar.ies will be pre-
sented to Ambassador Mordekhai
erson and Mrs Shneer-on and
(iov. Farris Bryant and Mrs
i ant.
Ihose eligible to come to the
assador'a Ball will be eligible
ti have their daughters or grand-
liters presented. This includes
i "61 Trustees, Builders, Guardians
I d Sponsors.
'pong those to be presented i<>
Ambassador Shneerson and Gov
I yanl are:
i. r, daughter <>f Mr and Mr*
' i tbramaon, SO It t*i alrle a\
kiiih; daughter of Mr. unit Mi -
> \. Raaktn, 1819 KerdTnm il el.,
i i i:;,i,i..-; jan< i foon r Hi '. ib.
| Ki-HndUaimhttr i.f Mrs. Kannic Cooper,
I i. :i i11u .i ii>. _> l.i : H.ii.)..- ilHIIKhlei
.i Mi ind M B mi n l l aiikfl, 1211
i 'hm hvi Win. v i;. ti, I,IIitiiiin,
Rvamlilaught.-i "f Mr. and \lr-. Hen
l i r :> IV Baj Hai Ihir
.it Miehi-te and Arline, tlaushw -
..i Mi uiki \> Murr:'i I i i*-inian,
i:i.;.i i:. dr.; Kiln I' mihj. duiqihtei
of Mr and Mrs l.-o Celvan, K.
'.ill i Donna Kraneen, duiilihlei' <.f
Mi mid Mr* li In; tenet, IJiM To-
ll do, l '< til I :."'. -.
Kla> no, (taughti Mi ind M -
oi.ry li'llwl lain \ K Mlnml |i.:
Mona IjouIc* and Konja Ste|iliani:i,
daiiuhti i- I Mi il Mm l.ulw
(il.,--. lis I'.ii. ..\- Sandra,
daUKhli r of J d Mrs. Moe LaiiRH.
:'.,i i;u;. i., di i "o-al HaMi loan
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Ri.sHtlnd vIm.i. daughter of li and
Mn |r in- l.-ir in.in. !83 I i.hiiIuko
dr.; i da >-;: ol Mr and M
Shi i itoi 8.VS.1 Allison rd.; II
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Xan i; Kiandil;nmhl< r of Mr
u nd Mi Mi 'in' r Ma i \
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Anna B...... I Meyen -"-' V I M l.ldo
di Ki-edi He, di nuhi.f '' Ml
\\ Mlllon X i>-i'.i' m, 8605 Allison
Rli ki, daupltti '.i Mr. and Mi.
lark s IVipiek, IN Buj id.
i \,i. I. itriimld iuhler .-f Mi r Mir-
iam Press, ''i' Ird hi Vnn R
' llornsli In, Ki-andda iRht< i "f Ml and
Mm Joseph Kami...... -- SW th
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Mesifta Friends
To HoSd Tea
Firsi mi m her ship t e a of the
Friends ol Mesifta Senior High
School will be held on Tuesi
noon, Jan _'. in the home ol Rabbi
;ii"l Mrs. Alexander S. Gross, 1312
Koyal Palm ave., Miami Beach.
Mrs Harry Lerner. president,
said the goal in the current drive
is 250 members
The Mesifta, the only Hebrew all-
da} senior high school here, at i4io
Michigan ave. now consists of a
Kith and llth grade, and also pro-
vides dormitory facilities for out-
of-town students.
Mrs. Aaron La tier, an officer of
the school, will act as chairman of
!lie te;i
Rabbi II. Louis Rottman, spirit-
ual leader of Beth Israel Congre-
gation, and vice pre ident of the
Mesifta, will be guest speaker.
Beth El Ladies
Have Doner Fete
Belli KI Congregation Sisterhood
held a donor dinner Sunday even-
ing at the Strath Haven hotel.
Donor chairman was Airs Max
Rappaport. Mrs. Phillip Kostick
was co-chairman.
Greetings were extended by Mrs
Jack Shapiro, president of Sister-
hood; Abe I'hiel. president of the
congregation; and Rabbi Solomon
Schiff. spiritual leader.
Mrs. Solomon Schiff. program
chairman, led a "sing along" pro-
gram. Also entertaining was Mrs
Fanny Ames, of Wens Beach, N.H.
i Marilyn I Isaai son, : r.....I
ill r rd Mr and Mi h Louis H
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t'.ii.d Justin, uriinddaiiRhtei ol Mr
mill Mrs. M i\ Sheiniiian, '- R
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Friday. December 22, \%\
Beth David Sisterhood members enjoy their
in the sun cs the block in front of :he
.gcgue is named Beth David Way in
honor of their social program Dec. 13. Here,
they watch Phillip Schiif, Beth David presi-
dent, point to the siqn made possible by proc-
lamation of Miami Mayor Robert King High.
-a
Mrs Essm Wolf 1- chairman of
evening Mrs Raj a: rse i>
"Wake Up Younger," fast-se'.'.ina new book by Miamicns Dr.
Scmuei Liertmanand Heien Alpert was spotlighted this week
by the M:am: Public Library in c she-' i low display at
the main library on Biscayne blvd. Asked to "stcr.d in" for
the display was co-author Helen Alpert shown here. Di
e?h R. Narot will discuss the Gertman-Alpert cook during his
: day evening sermon at Temple Israel.
Temple Me.norah Plans New Year's
N ., ': r's Eve 1 arty will be
hi Menorah Si-ttr-
\- i i
prizes, free favors.
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A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Yes, there's Yom Tov spirit in
tikis fine tea..."flavor crushed"
lor fullest strength and stimu-
lation ... richer taste and pleas*
tare with your fleishigs and
n.'Cbigs and between meal
refreshment...
'Singers' Will
Install Officers
Miami B< h i m.....lit > Sii
ers are ai stallation
dinner, di sicale (n Sat-
urday at the >
Miss Donn. coloratura so-
prano; B( ni< Sager and his danc- i
ing partners, Miss Jean Moore
and Miss Lisa: and Cantor Her-
man Gottlieb will be featured on
the program.
Vice Mayor Ma'. Enplanrier will
Officiati n of offi-
cer- a!
Mrs Milton Hurwitz, president;
Mrs. David Green, vice president:
Mrs. Jear. Devens r financial
si cretarj treas-
nit r: Mrs.. Canter
!. spoi ii Mrs. G
Kunken re< ing seci
Mrs Vliller. i
F a n '. i e Fui
chair:' ... : Mi Am
Mi : f the < '
an Mrs Ed ti in, Milton
Pransky, Harrj
Sag< r ai I Nat Sal
ler,
Many Relatives,
Festive Events
To Honor Couple
Mr and Mrs. I. E. Goldman. 44
Palermo ave Coral Gables, will
celebrate their 50th wedding anni-
versary on Monday at the Riviera
n staurant
This occasion for a happy family
reunion will bring from Croton-o
ITutlson. their son. Richard, 8ha
farnily; and from Rochester, NY
Mrs. Isadora Hurwitz. Mrs. Rae
Muhacis. J C Rappaport, Mrs.
Samuel Weiss, Latter Rappaport,
and Mrs Milton Lederman.
From Philadelphia, Mr and Mrs
Nathan Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Robinson. Mr and Mrs.
Harry Robinson. Mrs. Maurice Ka-
neff. Mr.-. Leila Brand and daugh-
ter From New York City, Miss
Ri se Friedman; and from Brook-
lyn, Mrs. Lena Klihansky.
Native Miami relatives are Mr.
and Mrs Leo J. Goldman.
Founders and active members of
Temple Beth Shirah. the Goldman-
will be honored there at the Oheg
Shabbat on Friday evening, and at
services on Saturday morning. Rab-
bi Morris A Skop will invoke a
special prayer followed by a rendi-
tion of the "Song of Songs" by
( antor Herman K. Gottlieb and the
choir The Sisterhood will host
the Kiddush at the conclusion of
the services.
On Sunday evening, the Temple
\< ill hold a Goldman tribute and
buffet dinner in Suniland Hall, in
honor of "their devoted and -elf-
it 5s service in many American
and Jewish causes Mrs. Gold-
man is a "Mother in Israel" for
her sales of Israel Bonds, and has
been honored for her services to
Pioneer Women.
A Torah Scroll will be presented
to the Temple in t h e Goldman
name by the many relatives and
friend- here to celebrate the oc-
casion with them.
Heart Assn
Opens Drive Here
Heart Assn. of Gr [I
held its kick-
1962 Heart Fund dri\
a> the Biseaj ne Tern
Carl liar .... chain [ thftl
beard of th : U Ass I
volunteers i.nd acted natter tf
ceremonu s.
Dr. Martin S. Belle. ;
the Hear-. Assn gavi "'I
"Hear: Disease Am
ber On* Killer."
Highlight : Ihe br
the ad In sses of can .--I
men. John >erb:n and William L,|
Paul.
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Pioneer Women's
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Pioneer Women. Coral Gables
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ip was to hold a regular
monthly meeting on Thursday
rung at < taurant.
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plan Meetings
Miami chapter of in Jew-
... .-. ill ->- e a general
; We In iday, 11 a.m., al
G es Maso Ige, 41
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Bscayrve chapter ge~e ll mecl
i will fwiJ rVedn 91 iy eve
L ai i e hom i o! rs. Fred
BIS NW L': Guest
Harrj E. V/olk, will
bra el and the World oi
Leuiie Wctermaf Wf;st chapter
: .. roup. ,J-' Miriam
2 i da Wo ne i's Dh ision
ed presiding,
t neet at 10 a m Thursday.
, i .ding will s^art with a
i ai noon. J >hfl Fowler,
iSS, .,,: : rofess r >f ihysics at
I L'nivers ty, St. Louis,
Ma., will .-"-ak on "The View from
, M.v ; u ; be held
lac hotel.
Home Auxiliary
[To Meet Tuesday
Greater Miami Women's Auxili-
try, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will meet next Tueaiay noon at
[the Algiers hotel.
This is a meeting of paid-up and
re. members combined with a
Ichanuka celebration.
Mrs. Lawrence siiverman. presi-
de.t. "I l1;*' Auxiliary, will preside
ll the muting. Mrs. Max Green-
berg, foul der of the Miami Beach
Auxiliary, will give the invocation,
land Mrs Philip Kaplan will chant
[the blessings over the Chaauka
lights
For entertainment, Mrs. Louis
hlakovsky, program coordinator,
las arranged a sketch. "The Roar
ng Twenties Revue." featuring
.Mrs Lawrence Silverman. Mrs. Sol
iilverman and Mrs. Max Yokell.
nth Olaa Bibor Stern at the piano
md auxiliary members in the
chorus
Final arrangements are being made by (left to right) Mrs.
Louis Bunim, Mrs. Leo Reinhard and Mrs. William Goldstein,
chaiiman oi the Hebrew Academy PTA benefit performance
of "Trial at Nuremberg," to beheld at the Lincoln Theatre on
Sunday eveninq. Proceeds will go to the Hebrew Academy
Library.
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Dade Groups Plan
To Meet Here
Young J.idea of Dade Heights
Jewish Congregation will meet
Tuesda> at 7:15 p.m The Junior
I'SY group will meet on Wednes-
7 0 p.m., anl the senior
jroup al 8 p.m.
The adult Hebrew reading class
ill meet i the Temple on Wednes-
m f. to 9 p.m
of the Jew" will be
i ipic lor the adult discussion
on Wednesday a-. 9 P m., in
im< of Mr and Mrs. Milt
V. istein, 125 NW L96th st.
Engineer Moves Of/ice
M irtOB R. Fellman. consulting
engineer, :;nnounces the relocation
of his office to 1325 SW 1st St.. Mi-
The firm has been engaged
iii the design of commercial and in-
dustrial buildings and in structural
eering application since 1952.
Just eompleted is the Hightower
Office bldg., 1393 SW 1st st.
.
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MRS. mill MA KOGtS
Yafis to Hold
Holiday Dance
Yound Adult Friends of Israel
will hold a "Last Chance" dance
on Sunday evening, at the Beau
Rivage hotel.
This will be the last chance for
young adult- between the ages oi
20 and 35 to get together for a
social event betore the New Year.
In addition to dancing to the or-
chestra in the night club, there
will also be a floor -how
Ho.-ts and hostesses have been
selected to welcome newcomers,
rhe Ian e is open to all
adults between the ages of 20 and
35, according 11 Don ild Kaplan,
fund-raising vu presidenl oi the
organization.
Assisting Kaplan will be Marilyn
jschwimmer, Paul Raymond. Stan-
ley Karp. Stu Miller. Rochelle
Schroid, and Gil Rappaport.
Bob Rapaport, newly-elected
president of the Yafis. Will extend
greetings
Mrs. Kogen Will
Co-Chair 'March'
Mrs. William H. Kogen was re-
cently named a co-chairman of the
11*62 Mothers- March for Dade
County by Mrs. Phoebe Morse.
chairman
Mrs. Kogen. and a co-chairman
still to be appointed, will assist1
Mrs. Morse in a county-wide can-'
vas.s Jan. 16 to raise funds to be i
used in the continuing fight against
polio, arthritis and birth defects
A Miami Beach resident for 10
years, Mrs. Kogen is president of
a nationwide organization which
supports the Kai Tak Orphan and
R efugee Center in Kowloon. Hong
Kong.
She is a member of the board of
d ircctors of the Women's Auxili-
ary of the Humane Society and Ha-
dassah. a volunteer worker in the
Miami Heart Institute, and a torm-
e> r vice president of the Chicago
chapter of ORT.
The Kogens have three children,
a son at T u 1 a n e University, a
daughter at Olivet College. Olivet,
Mich., and another daughter who
resides with her parents at 515 W.
*7th st.. Miami Beach.
THI GREAT = :> MIAMI DISTRICTS OF THE
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
POUDLY PRESENT
The brae! Cavalcade
of Stars 1962"
Bringing to Grsater Miami for a single performance
only fiie greatest entertainers, dance troupes, vio-
linists, and singers of Israel in an evening of Isrzeli,
International, and Classical Entertainment.
1
Featuring...
YAFFA
YARKONI
Israel's Most Celebrated
Singing Star
YAFFA YARKONI
THE DUDAIM
The No. 1 Recording Artists cf Israel's Hit Parade
Fabulous Singing Duo, Guitarists, and Panto-"imists
ARIE KADURI
Noted Sabra Chalil Player______
Golden Bells
For Greenbergs
Golden wedding bells rang out
for Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg,
1041 NE 138th St.. No. Miami, at
3 party in their honor at the Deau-
v-ill*? hotel on Sunday.
The Oreenoergs came to Miami
13 year.- ago from Chicago. They
have three children, seven grand-
children and one it-grandchild
An Oneg Shabbat was held Fri-
day evening following services at
Beth F.meth Congregation in their
honor.
HOLIDAY SPECIALS
GOLF SHOES
BEST SELECTION IN TOWN
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Shoru, Shoes, Shirts. Clufcs,
Corts, Bags, Gojj^ts Etc.
*eJr'Ppinc-JceshaM;.*j-*;fi'nishing
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Dania Opens
Brisk Season
Dania Jai-Alai Palace opened the
1961-62 jai-alai season last week
and first night crowd of 4.J7B
set a new pari-mutuel high of.
$115,470 for the inaugural.
-The increase of 59" persons and
S12 346 represented a substantial
inerease over last seasons open-
er." according to Roj \ McAnd-
rews. president.
In the first night t competition.
Vwgara started toward another at-
,omp, at winning ^
StagL Championsl
ithe ninth game Vergara has
nipped by one gam. "ch of
Se past two seasons md custo-
I manly ^tets off to a fast start
Plantation Picnic Slate*"
Fr,e admission plantation picnic
will be sponsored by he South
Dade Jewish Center on Monday.
:om 11:30 a.m. unUl i
| El Banjo Rancha In th Pines,
25145 SW 14th aw.
ITZHAK
PERLMAN
Israel's Famed Boy Violin
Prodigy Featured on
several Ed Sullivan Shows
ITZHAK PERtAAAN
MR. AND MRS- MAX GRfNBRG
Laughter Raps
Twist Influence
Murray Franklin's Miami Beach
night club became the focus of
nwide publicity, when comedi-
M sandy Baron, wl m the
new -Caught in the Act" r
Saturdaj afternoon
for en iturbance as he
protested against the ill '-
,uw dance craze, the rwist.
Baron para fed along Linocln
' Mall carrying a si?n proclaiming
,hat the Twist is unfair to Murray
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attract I the protest had to
,-persed.
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Friday, December 2?, \%\
v\;man of the we = k
V. ij Mrs. A. J.t Harris b I ngs :o an organization in \>hose behalf
Bh and )ther members are verj loyal and *T generous. It is the
Association of the Cleveland Orphans Home. When May -pent
t, i j ears of her life there, it was the only Jewish Hone founded by
3" ith Now, orphan homes are a thing of the past: foster homes
r- the ideal. The Cleveland Home is different, too. bur the alumni
assist in its support. Every charity request
pertaining to children is answered by May.
When she and A.J. were in Israel on a UJA
Missi the) went to Bee the Youth Aliyah
program in action, to which May is particu-
larly devoted. May, at fifteen, ant to busi-
ness school, working after school in order to
finance herself. Her first job. as a stenog-
rapher, paid the magnificent rate of five dol-
lars a week.
MAX
May met A.I in St. Louis. It was a short
romance, they got married within a few
months They have four childrenthree boys
and a daughter. Their pride and joy are their
eight grandchildren. On her trusty typewriter.
May doe- all of her own huge correspondence
any types her husband's speeches He was
president of Temple Israel last year, and this
year is presdent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation May is proud of these communal
hments, aiding that when A.J. does something, he puts his
a soul into it.
is all dark hair, flashing eyes, sweet smile, and pleasant
v The comb.nation makes her an ideal guest or hostess. The
Iren and their parents love to come to the Harris house.
saj she is the best cook in the world. May modestly agrees.
* *
TM S S'05 OF THE CAUSEWAY
Dat 1 and Miriam Bass were en their two-month tour of Europe
Israel when they got the news that their daughter. Susan, had
:h Ronnie Albert. Now that they are home, they have had a
ption in honor of the newly weds at their home on N. Bay rd.
f ir of them, with Ronnie's parents. James and Leona Albert,
s i at the door to meet the guests all four-hundred of them. They
W( all delighted to welcome Dr Jacob Kaplan, who had married
J and Miriam thirtv years ago. Among the guests were Dr. and
v Joseph Narot. the Izzy Hechts. Carl and Esther Weinkle. Bee
k without her Sam. who is in New York. Myra Fair without her :
,Au n. who had the three-day virus, Dan and Molly Ruskin. Max
-tuth Orovitz. .
Vlinam's sister. Mrs, Meyer Blumberg. and Mrs. Al Rosen and her
i from Cleveland, are house guests at the Bass home. Miriam
b t about her new son-in-law, who says that he hadn't had one |
0 carv meal vet. Susan uses her cook book diligently, and isn't]
afi d to try anything. Of course, this is one time the trousseau shop-
p came after the wedding, and both mother and daughter are in
a -irl By the time Miriam is finished, she should have enough shop- |
last a long time first in Europe and now Miami.
* *
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CAUSEWAY
There was a warm, friendly feeling at the dinner that Ted and
. Berman gave in honor of their son Billys Bar Mitzvah at their
b ,-en Granada blvd. It was cool under the two big tents. The pink
I rns. the massed blue and pink flowers, and the Torah fashioned
r e behind the huge book cake formed an attractive background for
oar and lavish buffet tables. Individual tables were set for ten.
v ih the exception of one huge one for Billy and his friends, and the
iv table. Relatives came from everywhere, but the ones from
IV. farthest awav were Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Kaufman, of London.
England. The one grandmother was Mr- 1'hil lselin. of Miami Beach.
raj Cone, one of the Berman family's closest friends, acted as
n 'er of ceremonies after the dinner. His own daughter. Patty, sang.
ell as Su->an Gelernter and young Barry Wayner Among guests
w. re Mr and Mrs. Harold Thurman. Mr. and Mrs. Max Swartz. Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Gelernter. Mr. end Mrs. LeoCiment.
* *
CFENINC OF THE EMPIRE ROOM
Mrs Anne AncheU's luncheon guests in the Empire room of the
Eden Roc hotel were the first to see the lovely red drapes and carpet
o/ ially. All of the centerpieces on the lace-draped table were pink.
forming a da>hing contrast to the red. Among the fifty guests was
i isl one man. who enjo\ed himself hugely. He was Dr Simon Blatties.
Anne's brother-in-law. After lunch, they went up to the card room.
K] ong the guests were Mrs Rudolph Stern. Mrs. Mae Kurtz. Mrs.
Jeanne Rothschild. Hiss Mary Smith, Mrs Jules Popper. Mrs. Pauline
Robinson. Mrs. Gertie Cohen, Mrs. Pauline Ungerleider. and Mrs.
Adebna Hellman.
THE HEIGHT OF FASHION
It's a must these days either to dance the Twist or at least to go
aree how it is done. The people, who got inside the Candy Stick
Lounge the other night really were having a whirl The others waiting
ii line seemed to be in a gay mood just at the thought of getting inside.
Dr Ralph Robbins. whose venture it is. was enthusiastically greeted
or. ill sides. Dr. Alex Robbins and Ruthie were at a table in the corner
With friends. The third musketeer of the Robbins brothers. Dr. Ber-
ra; With Shirley Wolf and Martha Raye. Martha, in a striped shirt and'
parts, really gave the Twist a work out. or visa vena. Mr. and Mrs
gam Lipton and daughter Delsey were there as vell as Dr. and Mrs.,
Maurice Edelman. the Leonard Guckmans. and Jerry Cohen and his
attractive wife.
Riker, GeSernter
Q*f toEurcpe
Susan Jane Gelernter and Ste-
,: Rik r were united in mar-
Sunday, Dec. 17. by Rabbi
M r e:ai Podet. The ceremony.
I pti n, and wedding dinner took
at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr and Mrs Herbert
Gelernter, 3406 Granada blvd..
Coral Ga
The bride is a graduate of Vassar
>- and .i former executive
with Bonwit Teller in New York.
Atten ing the new Mrs. Riker
was her sister, Mrs. Fred Silver-
man, and her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Sumner Baum
For her wedding the bride chose
a gown of peau de sole ani aiencon
lace with'a chapel-length train.
The bridal veil was fashioned of
silk illusion, bordered with aiencon
lace to form a waist-length mantil-
la Her bouquet was a cascade of
Ite camellias and lllies-of-the-
\ alley.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
1 Mrs. Harry J. Riker. of New
Rochelle and New York City. A
graduate of the Lawrenceville
School and Yale, class of 1958. he
is now associated with R:ker and
Co.. NY
The father of the groom served
as best man. Ushers were Martin
.1 Green Richard Gelernter, and Sumner
Baum.
After a welding trip to Europe,
the couple will live in White Plains.
NY
Klinohoffers Will
Live sn Micsmi
Rali Moi "is SI |
U ider of Temple B<
delated at the wed
evening of B
NV. 13th s! ..
fcr. Miami.
The c uple exi
the Ccral Gables ,
ilual lead' r.
Mr. ani Mrs. K.
both members ; >n
Fi llo ing a h mi on ;- M
Nassau, they will In .-.

Wei oer- Kahi
MKS. STEPHEN J. RfKEff
Dubbins Reveal I
Bonnie's Troth
Judge and Mrs Albert S Dub-
bin, of 2651 So. Miami ave.. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Bonnie, to Gerald Asko-
witz, son of Mr. an>i Mrs Al terl
Askowitz, 330 Aledo ave., Coral
Guliles.
The bride-elect attended the Uni-
versity of Florida ani is a senior
at the University of Miami She
is a past president oi Delta Phi
Epsilon.
Her fiance attended college in
Mississippi on a scholarship, and
is in his last year at the University
of Miami, where he is affiliated
with Tau Epsilon Phi.
A June wedding is planned by
the young couple.
Mass Degutz Wads
Dcr ShuEkin
Th. :' :
: a Dec. 8
. Mi Mrs. /
: S'
Mrs. Shy
'

'.

>rn I Dar
mouth i :
. at the University ol it
His p ti are Mr. and Mrs Ben
Jamin Shulkin, of Rome. N.Y
A reception in honor of the j ing
couple, now living r 118 Menores,
Coral Gabies;, will be held on Jan,
77
Lechtner, Garber
Plan June Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lechtner.
441 W. 62nd st., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Susan, to Stephen Gar-
ber.
The future bride graduated from
Whitt field School and attended
Dade County Junior College
Mr. Garber. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Garber. of 73014th pi.. Mi-
ami Beach, is a graduate of Miami
Beach High and the University
of Florida in Gainesville He is a
member and was chancellor of
Tan Epsilon Phi fraternity At
present, he is employed as sales
manatur of the Ashley Homes in
Hollywood, Fla.
The young couple plan 'o be mar-
ried in June.
>
MRS. DON SIJVIMN
K. Allen Becker
1155 5USAH UCffTNH
Dade Heights Thrift Shop
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion has opened a Thrift Shop at
16509 NW 27th ave Clothes bric-
a-brac and many miscellaneou*
items are available.
Barish, Morris
Plan Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Shep Barish Of
Palermo ave.. announce the en
gagement and approachmu mar-
riage of their daughter. Loretta, to
Steve Morris, son of Mr and Mrs.
Alfred A Morris, 2161 SW 22nd t*r.
The future brice is a student at
he University of Miami Her
fiance attends Southern College J*
Optometry.
The young couple will be mar-
ried in Miami on June 17.
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Friday. December 22, 1961
* lewlsfi Ifhiradiaaiin
v~h am 7 incjlu
$ours,
CEDARS of I.ebanoi testimonial
,ci last Wednesday at the
p.ipi-- Plaza ho'.'. I'll-- the bcr.e-
[: ;he Abe \ronovitz Memor-
l,i ; :" Pavilion, h mored Mi-
,,:-, Mayor Robert King High.
i 'ins occasion, Mrs High
avant gard? skirt and
The skirt was a gold-
, au ioie -heath, and
< sleet '.. "-;''::('ek swea-
.1 gol IE
Mr- Abe Aronovitz chose a
silk
and
5tj I
Kel
.
: anza of gun-metal grey
the popular shirtwaist
Miss Carol Aronovitz wore
ock blue silk dynasty bro-
green sheer choice of Mrs. Samuel
Specie! Her high neckline was
. with u"oressed folds.
Mr- C. McGraner selected a
. m| black silk -lieath over
which she wore a full-length
- i nan larin coat.
The I was hand-embroidered
ii -i colored Bowers, and was
one I brought back years a^o
a.
T tise lace over satin was
k Mrs. Anthony DeSantis.
Her Aaist-length evening jacket
was i Iver brocade.
Mi- Jcel Meyers chose a cus-
tom r ; de white p-.au de soie
redi' e over a silk pesante
sheall Her dress was in a nar-
row -'ripe of lilac a:iti emerald
green, which featured an irides-
cent quality that made the two
color em to blend. The stripes
run in a vertical line except at
tile waist and hemline, where the
patter was horizontal. Mrs
Altei- Wainright wore a powder
blue bilk brocade sheath. Mrs.
Jack Aronov|tz was in a white
ilk tucked sheath, and Mrs
Stephanie Klein chose navy blue
silk ilpaca, Mrs. Klein's dress
featured radiating lines in her
skirt and the fitted bodice had
a so. p. d neckline.
*
THE dramatic contrast of a
I D-length black satin bro-
cadi Lheatre coa' over red silk
alpaca was seen an Mrs. Milton
ii" in. Her coat had a big,
black tox collar, and her dress
featured the modified princess
lin< with only a small bow at the
back ,c the neckline for adorn
men A black silk crepe sheath.
'itl a decollete neckline and a
draped bodice, was the choice of
Mrs Robert Zahn Royal blue
siik chiffon was \ n by Mrs. Hy
( overman. ce was dra-
ped with a I net kline and
the traditional skirt of chif-
fon.
Mrs. St ml<; ': ers selected
a i pii e ensemble.
Her overbl -ma black,
' mb issi I and brocade fabric.
while hi r skirt .i> in a soft
black chiffon. Black chantilly
Ijh combined with peau de soie
was worn by Mrs. Henry Solo-
mon, formerly of Cleveland. Mrs.
Sidney Aronovitz chose black silk
crepe with a yellow looped mo-
hair jacket, which had a deep
slav, 1 collar.
A white French brocade fabric
called 'Ra- caused consider-
able comment '' beautiful and
unusual fabric was created into
a figure-molding sheath and worn
bj Mrs. :> Granda, formerly of
Havana, Cuba The hack of her
sheath featured a wide pannier
which be \ in at tl e waisl and
hung to the hem
Mrs Bene I'cl Silverman chose
a one-piece black crepe with a
two-piece look. This effect was
created by the slight overblouse
line of the bodice, which was em-
phasized with a narrow band of
black silk fringe. The fring<-
treatment was repeated at the
hemline. A porcelain blue lace
sheath was worn by Mrs. Eugene
Weiss. The lace wa. reembroid-
ered in silver.
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^ popular relaxed bodice, was
worn by Mrs. Michael Tobin. The
waistline was dropped. The elon-
gated waist ended where the
fringed skirt began. White silk
fringes hung the full length of
her sheath. Mrs. Robert Book
binder chose a Pans green silk
satin sheath with a matching
jacket. Her ensemble followed
the classic lines of simplicity.
with her hip-length jacket cut
into a Chanel style pattern.
Mrs. Charles Mall wore a strik-
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warped print on silk satin In
tones and shades of lavender, it
depicted unusual types of foliage.
Her coat had a deep shawl cel-
lar, and her dress was a sheath.
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Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka designates Pioneer Wom-
en's Week dedicated to a special membership drive which
runs through January, 1962. Left to right are Mrs. Mifcon
Green, president of the Pioneer Women's Council 01
Greater Miami; Mrs. Sidney Leif, national president cf the
organization; and Mayor Oka.
Drosds to Mark
50th Anniversary
Cocktail and <:inner party in hon-
or Of the golden anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs Max Drosd will be held
at the DiLido hotel on Saturday at
6 p.m.
The Drosds came from Cleve-
land, o it years ago
Mr. and Mrs. Mort Kuaen. Mr.
and Mrs William Drosd, Cleve-
land. O.. Mr and Mrs. Ben Polsky,
St. Louis. Mo., and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Rosenthal. Patterson, N.J..
will be among the out-of-town
guests attending the celebration. ,
Michelle. Deborah and Paula
Barkowitz. the couple's grandchild-
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Friday, December 22, \%]
The Courier
era
Dr. Marvin Meitus moderated a 30-mlnute program on "JAe Gen-
eral Aspects of the Heart"' Tuesday over eh. 2 with Drs. John Litb.er
and Milton Lesser participating ... A comparison of the Nuremberg
and Jerusalem war crimes trials will be featured at the Jan. 6 to 10
annual conference of the Yivo Institute for Jewish Research in New
York Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Michael A. Musmanno, a
judge at the postwar German trials and a principal witness against
Adolf Eichmann. will speak Dewey Stone presented Dr. Jerome B.
Wiesner, President Kennedys special assistant for science and teen-
nolov with an honorary fellowship from Weizmann Institute at the
Waldorf Astoria, with some $1,875,000 in gifts announced at the annual
dinner Ron Shapo is co-chairman of the student fund-raising pro-
gram at the University ot Miami seeking to raise S250.000 for a govern-
ment professorship chair on international affairs ...
Phi Epsilon Pi. founded at CCNY in 1904. and Kappa Nu. founded
at Rochester l\ in 1911. have merged, with the Phi Hp name surviving
Travel agent George Kronengold back from Mcxica and a 1 an Am
jet trip that presages increased travel between Miami and Mexico I Uy
Farband Labor Zionist order telegraphed a plea to President Ken-
nedy to support the 15-nation resolution in the UN calling on direct
Israeli-Arab negotiations Jack Gaines and Stanley Tare, oi the llafl-
("iaines Company, hosted 290 Royal Oak Hills residents in their sue-
cessful Boca Raton housi.m development Capt. Leo Gardner work-
ing out details of first Miami-Israel jet flight via El Al before beginning
his round-the-world flight .. _.
Congratulations in order for proud papas Akiva Goffer, of im
Lines and Irwin Block, of Israel Bonds G.orfle Meany announced
at the Americana hotel confab of the AFL CIO that American labor
will continue to participate in H.stadrufs Afro-As.an Institute;* LijOT
Studies m Tel Aviv ... Fred Robson ankled the Daily San to join the
Woods Kepner public relations outfit Jewish Labor Committee has
challenged the National Education Assn. to review NBA s sponsorsmp
oi trips to Arab countries which discriminate against American tourists
ot Jewish faith.

Political figures were very much in evidence at the 14th annual
Hebrew Academy dinnei at the DeauviUe hotel Sunday night as Bill
Goldring's waiters served some 970 persons with poise and precision.
MissS/was the guest of honor. Sen. Way*. Mars., who was grounded
bv inclement weather in the nations capital On hand to greet him
was former Sen. Claude Pepper, who shared honors with Morse among
the nations liberal great. Pepper is now running hard jtacttata
the House of Representatives, in a race that has attracted national
interest Although Claudes identification with Israel and Jewish causes
I" ..mendous. "opponent. Chuck H.I. and CWlMlmtoll leav-
,ng no stones unturned in the same direction. Vice Mayor ***to J"J
Under extended the greetings of the City. ^SSS^ffJSS Cen
council members D. Lee Powell, Melvin R.ch.rd and Wolf.e Cohen.
kp Mayor Ken Ok* away, and it also absented co-chairman
J A Cantor. Leonard Row and Bay Harbor Island Mayor Shepard
Bread, who had served as chairman of an Academy dinnei'J****
before, kept the meeting running smoothly. But it was studen M chae
Gewiti, speaking en The Destiny of the Jew who s tote the e en Ug S
Sunder. Young Mike will be heard from in the not too distent future.
e
Mike Baskin. the Techmon president who manages to attend to his
patent law office in his spare time, has been elected president of he
Harvard Club oi Miami Off to the national convention of Alpha
Omega dental fra.e,n> are Dr. and Mrs George Graham and Dr. and
L Lawrence Krasne. They'll be spreading the word in Mont a
,u, the 1963 AO conclave to be held in Miami Beach Beaming
a, the success of his firms -going public is M.ltan R Russ nof of
Barn Martin Pharmaceuticals. Milt is treasurer of lemple Be h Am
v pi- v v'an active role in its highly successful bui ding fund Cam-
patoTemple Beth Sholom also moving ahead with its drive as
l$yS fund-raising campaigns draw to a close to make way for Greater
.Miami Jewish Federation's New Horizons.

New president of the U.S. Committee for Sports in Israel is Haskell
Cohen, dvnamic publicist of the National Basketball Assn. He succeeds
tW late Col. Harry Henshel, a frequent Miami Beach visitor and Bulova
Watch official, who did so much for athletics in the Jewish State .
Nat Sokolow, co-chairman of the local arrangements committee beat-
ing the drums for the Bowling Proprietors Assn. of America s JWI*
nual All-Star Tournament on Jan. 3 to 13 in the Miami Beach Lonven-
t,0n mm CtNft, University of Miami's great basketball Pinker,
should round into top form in time for the Hurricane Classic, also billed
ft he Convention Hall. We caught Miami's 66-61 triumph over Flor-
da Saturday night, and for a team with only one returning starter
IC hen' the charges of Bruce Hale were in excellent form Edd.e
H.rr h.a done another outstanding job in making the Orange Bowl
Junior tennis tournament a great publicity veh.ee for Mam. Beach
J Dr. Abraham Sachar, president of Brande.s University will be a
guest of Larry Wien, blether of Miami Beach's Leonard, during Jan-
uary at the Palm Beach Towers
American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have
booked a dinner at the Towers for Fed. 22 part of the nationwide Ob-
tervance of the 45th anniversary of the Balfour Declara ion Ben
Giller and Lou Rudnick pcunding away for a full house for the ZOA S
Cavalcade of Stars on Saturdaj night_________________
Estate Institute To Open Friday
Pop Concert
At Dade He!qhh
Dade Heights Jewish ,
:i )!i will pre?< nt the -
series of pop on Sa
evening, Jan 6 Feal
will be Al Hurowitz, i
guitar, and Vladimir P
balulaika and accordion, wh i
play folk music.
Main lenture of the i
be '"Show Tur.es Quartet," i
Jean Vaida, Ann I i
Eastham and Frank V. i
Bastham and Frank White
ions f r o ni "Okla I
sel." "My Fair La y "Mcs
py Fella." a.:.l ethers
Either Barrett will pr ivide
accompaniment.
B*n and Adam, the Dudaim. are amor.q the stellar performers
to appear at the ZOA-sponsorei Israel Cavalcade d Stars
1SS2 on Scturday evc&lnq at Miami 3c-ach Auditorium.
Israel Cavalcade Anticipates SRO Here;
Top Performers to Appear on Program
Standing Room Only" audier.ee try's outstanding chahl players.
i> anticipated for the single per- Herman Weintraub. ticket chair
Special Seminar
Here Tuesday
Special seminar of Hebrev
rs in grades one an II
lewi -h schools w ill h h I on
Tuesday. 12:30 p.m.. al ;
it Jewish Education.
Professional d.rectors of th
reau, Louis Schwartzraan, Her I
Berger and Dr. N ith irttel -
will lead a Problem l
formance of the Israel Cavalcade man, urges the public to buy their methods and procedures to
of Stars 1962 on Saturday evening tickets early "so no one will b^ dis- ing beginner reading, ebre \
at the Miami Beach Auditorium. appointed." guage. and prayer
The Cavalcade, which will bring
to the Miami Beach Auditorium
the greatest artists of Israel in an
evening of Israeli, international
and classical entertainment, is
being sponsored by the Greater Mi-
ami districts of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America.
Featured artists of the Caval-
cade will be Yaffa Yarkoni. one of
Israel's most celebrated singing
stars, and the Dudaim. currently
the number one recording artists
oi Israel's Hit Parade
(
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The elegance of dining...
Every night an epicurean delight at the
Itihak Perlman, Israel's boy
violinist, featured on Ed Sulli-
van's program several times,
and recent recipient of a scholar-
ship to the Juilliard School of
Music, will offer a classical pro-
gram.
The Yemenite trio, who will be
coming to Miami direct from a
cue-month tour of South America,
aie considered one of Israel's out-
standing ciance teams, and per: >r n
to the accompaniment of the guitar,
flute and drums.
The spirit of Israeli kibbutz mu-
sic will be added to the program
bv Arie Kadun. one of the coun-
ROO M
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Belle Barth. singer and come-
dienne, returns here to star at
Copa City, reopening Friday
under the management of
Irving "Kokie" Kolker. Ap-
pearing on the bi'.l with her
will be Cootie Williams and
his band. Maitre d' at Copa
City will be Rags Gordon.
Legal Institute on 'Planning
and Administering Estates-- will
be held on Friday and Saturday.
Jan 12 and 13. at the Roney Plaza
hotel.
Harry Zukernick. chairman of
the Institute, announced that the
Friday sessions will include talks
hv Edwin O. Simon on -Recent
Probate Decisions." George H De-
Carion on 'Preparation and Ex
amination of Estate and Gift Tax
Returns.' and A: wood Dunwody
on "Homestead and Pros and Cons
of Title in Estates by the En-
tireties."
Planning committee in charge
of the Institute includes Harry Zu-
kernick. chairman. Walter C. Kov-
nec. Arthur M. N'eraser.. Stanley
B. Richard. David I. Shedroff, and
Herbert C Zemel.
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Friday December 22-, 1861
-Jewish fh rid!fop
Pcge 9-B
ft to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
As ay
- : ask -ga corsage to each mother of a Bar or Eas V
I ts s.ncu!d be addressed to 'Corsage for You/' P.O. 5cx
'.' ami 1, Fia., one month in advance. Inc ude -
he Bar cr Bas Mitzvah, csre and p ace
> -ess and telephone
-e FT-A-er-'-::: 5 frl | ~
aCci-
tO!
- .
er. The .-. i e
d to vou courtesy ot E at kstcni
re occasion.
Richard Adelman
.: : ah of Richard Adeli
I lace on Saturday morn
Steven Alpert Jeffrey Breslaw
iowrence Epstein Daniel Mclker
Paul Simon
David Bernard
R at Beth D: .
Xoi ......
pii fficii
Richan .- :h< -. n ol M
e is in 1
ior H ays 1 i
sch< ard is a fool
Ihusias
Jet'rev Breslaw
-
, -. : ...
N .
ramii :.. Eugeni Labowifi
will officiate
]< ffr< y is tl Mr. and Mrs
Bres 3;
Keith P.'nchcf
Mark Klempner Edward Greenberg
Michael Wcitiman
.
!hc kiddush in his honor ;it
sicn of the ceremeny,
Anthony Lundy
son : Mr. and
indy. 9911 Broad-
ill becom Bar Mitz
S turda\ morning ser-
23. : remple Beth
- i .- Kronish will
... .
A' in the Beth
lion class oi 5723.
hosl the Kiddush in their son's ed the Hebrew
honor His grandmother, Mrs eral years, am
Rose Goodman, of West New York, brew studio
Lawrence Epstein
n Malavsky will
H< :- .. Stu
'' Kauti mor High ficia the Bai Mitzvah oi Lai
pie Ni: Tan id r< ligious -. h
of-
IV-
- in on Saturday morn-
Recepticn ii his hi ing. De< 23. in the Israelite Cen-
Lawrence is the son of Mr.
Mrs Samuel Epstein, 25t>i s\v
the
FoJ Simon
II off i
e Bar 3 [Pan
Simci Sal ..; rnmg,
Dec. 23, i ngr< -..-
til :
Lawrenc< oi Mr and Mrs
Burti:. Sim< n, ill conduct th<
traditional .-. c nd chj
Haft< He is i stud< n1 al I
25th st.
Tin V-.-.r Mitzvah ;s a student in
.'.i> school of the Israelite
C iter i U nds i ighth grade
..: Sli ai .:. mil t High, whore
rw pla; s string bass in the orches-
*
Robert Kelton
Robert, slr. and Mrs. Irv
Emetl eligii school, and at- ing Kelton. will become Bar Mitz-
tends North Miami Junior High
Kiddush In his honor, with
and Mrs. Simi n as hosts, ill I
low the servjc*
,'ohn Schmelier
, i; .' hn E.
Sell! < .. r Mr am Mrs
Kurl Schrn*
will tal plac< Sal aj
ing. Dec. 23, at Tei h S
ti n ;. :.. Ki r.i
John is a $ t in
class .''.
Linda Kaufman
Bas Mi! .....'
. ;]
R Kaui '': '
g Friday evi mi -
>er..... De< 2'. al Bi'
Congn gatioi >ith Ra
.. .- .; ail mai ol n
. :. Ih< sti enl i -"'
- is ah i
ber of the |
Hebn w schi
Sh< : eatNoi
Miami 1
i
David Bernard
Rabbi Norman Shai
at Mitzvah
.
South M..... School,
- i
[n his
nard '-
M ndaj evi
Steven Alpert
St< ,, d, son ol Mr.
Mrs v :. will b( i
Bar Y..::\. : Mi: c!i.. -< :
vice* oi Tempi* Ner Tamid on
Saturdi s ft< '' 23, at 5
p.m Rabbi I ugem Lsbovitz will
official
Steven is a student al North Mi
vah during Saturday morning ser-
vices, Dec. 23. of Beth Emeth Con-
gregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
officiate
Robert is a student in Beth
and aIIends
High, where
pates in the choral group,
r chesi
* *
Michael Weitzman
- -vices De<
Mil rah ol
.'.. id \V< itzman.
Mi, ei is Mr. and
. :. Wi itzman. Rabbi Max
B Mitzvah has bei
school since
. is .:; the eighth
,. | ai v rth Miami Beach Jun-
S< loi I. He is a Boy
-. ml >i | Leader.
r< .. in his honor will be
, v daj at the Weitzman home.
*
Crai.-j Goodman
ng si rvices, Pee
23. at Temple Zion will include the
. ol Craig Goodman.
Waxman will offlci-
, ;. g is an i gra le student
. p^ Veres S( hoo l and
...... ci ntii I is studies in the
m class,
the 1 ih. M
- "...... G will
Tort Seminar"
Slated Friday
v- nej '-' n S. Miller, local
. sident of the National
Assn of Claimants' Counsel of
nounces sponsorship of
a Ton Seminar on Friday at the
McAllister hotel.
The seminar will feature lectures
t-\ 16 trial attorneys from Balti-
more. San Francisco. Atlant
as well as
N.J., will attend.
Allan Pomeranti
Allan Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs
Harold 1'omerantz. 1121 Mauali
Coral Gables, will observe his Bai
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Di I 23, al remple Belli Am. with
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard offici
Daniel Melker
Dr, Irving Lehrman will officatc
at the Bar Mitzvah ol Daniel Mel-
ker on Saturday morning, Dee. 23.
al Temple Emanu-El. Son ol Mr
and Mrs. Irving Melker. Daniel is
ihe great-grandson of Mrs, Esther
Halperin, and grandson of Mr. and
Mrs Max Unite. A. R. Melker. and
Mrs. Nettie Melker.
A student at Nautilus Junior
High, the Bar Mit/.vah plays clari-
net in the concert band.
He will be honored al a Kiddush
in Sirkin Hall al the conclusion of
the ceremony.

Mark Klempner
Mark Klempner will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-
El on Saturday morning, Dec. 23.
with Dr. Irving Lehrman offici-
ating.
The son of Mr. and Mrs Ben-
jamin Klempner. oi Miami Beach,
the Bar Mitzvah is a student at
Nautilus Junior High, where he
plays clarinet in the concerl band.
Annum guests al the Kiddush fol-
lowing the ceremonj will be Mark's
irents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Rokoff, and Mrs Ida Klempner.
4
Keith Pinchot
Bar Mitzvah ol Keith, son of Mr
and Mrs Louis Pinchot, will be
observed during services Saturday
morning. Dec. 23. at Temple Ju-
with Rabbi Mordecai Podel
ng.
An eighth grade student at Ponce
de Leon Junior High, Keith attend-
Anthony lundy
Academy for se>
I continued his He
al Temple .India.
where he graduated in June. The
celebranl is an accordion virtuoso
plays piano, and is interested in
science.
His par.'ills will honor him Sal
hi lay evening al their homo. 135
w. Sunrise ave., (oral Gables, with
i party for KM) guests.
Michael Minor
Rabbi Norman N Shapiro offi-
i iated al the Bar Mitz* ah ol Mi-
chael, son ni Mr. and Mrs -lack
Minor, during Saturday morning
services, Dec 9, at Beth David
An eighth grade student al Shen-
andoah Junior High. Michael plays
the trumpet and is a sports enthus-
iast,
His parent- sponsored the Kid-
dush at the conclusion ot the I i re
ninny.
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MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER: Thereto never been a more |
varied selection of screen fare and never lias there been so many
excellent productions playing here at one time. Romance, spectacle
and the finest color photography ever seen on the wide screen are
blended to perfection to create the stunning panoply of ancient Spain
in "El Cid," which opened yesterday at the Roosevelt. Charlton Hes-
ton dwarfs a huge cast in the epic title role. Sophia Loren's exotic
facial beaut) is haunti gly photographed, la all a screen triumph for
th( entire .a:- \
The world has never forj tten, 1 hop-, the staggering brutality of
the Nazis. idgmenl al Nuremberg." with a great cast ol Spencer
Tracy. Bun Lancaster. Judy Garland, Richard Widmark. Marlene j
Dietrich, M itgonierj .ind Maximilian Schell. never lets us
justice when Hitler's iron hand m
rji ,'. i Ii di 5] i ts, who blindfolded
them elves to their < it tnnocenl thousands to certain
i they la< ra fe ol their legal c< m k ti< ns and
Stai lej Kramer's compelling
and candid lh< I incoln.
s Starllters. recently al the P< i I Lounge :
ed in "Hey, Let's Tw ist," al th

bus;, on Miami screi week. She's also
starring in Worn i ing tale of mother and daughter try-
ing to esca] i wai in Ita ... to run smack dab into it, and
scarring theii lives pern At the Mayfair, Normandy and
Sunset.
RESTAURANT ROW: The Singing Strings are the divcr.-tisscmcnt
for the satisfied diners at popular King Arthurs Court at the Miami
Springs Villas.
Miamians have found the South Pacific in Hallandale. located on
U.S. 1. as exotic a spot as you'll discover this side of Tahiti. Polynes-
ian delicacies abound on the eye popping menu.
i like the slogan of DeContinental: "Where Elegance in Dining is
a Tradition." It accurately typifies Victor Birloni's superb restaurant
in Bay Harbor.
George Bather, who operated restaurants in Miami and Miami
Beach, opening hit newest dining creation in Ft. Lauderdile, the
Round Table, designed to resemble an "old English" castle.
Jeff C'arlton. much-decorated World War II infantryman and vocal-!
ist with Frank Dailey and Jimmy Dorsey bands, and his trio are ap-
pearing nighth at Peterson's Steak Place.
Strictly kesher catering is leatured by Sand-Ell on the Beach
Specializing in food-planning for weddings, parties and Bar Mitzvahs. f
*
BEACH VAUDEVILLE RcTURNS: Leon Schachter is Staging his
top Yiddish-American vaudeville again this season at the Cinema on
the Beach. He heads a varied cast of capable talent, which includes'
Bobby Gale and Barbara Gale, both excellent in comedy routines;
Anthony Alien, the Yiddish-Italian singer, who's makng his bow at the
Cinema: and longtime favorite of the Beach. Gitel Stein. Shows are
continuous from 1 p.m.
* *
TO? ISRAELI TALENT HERE: Jacob BaalTeshuva. Israeli writer,
and Bernard Cohen are responsible for the staging of 'The Land of
Milk and Honey the new revue a! the Monte Carlo's Exodus room
Charming Shosbana Damari, one of Israel's most popular singers.
make- her debut here in the show. Gila Golan. "Miss Israel'" in the
Miss Universe contest, also i- an attraction in the production which
features iolk dances of Israel, and Will Cooper, as comedian and emcee.
Eddy Green's orchestra plays for the show and dancing. The revue is
staged twice nightly, at 9:30 p.m. and midnight.
Miami Beach's newest entertainment freilieh" opened in the
Lucerne hotel on Wednesday night to a capacity audience The musi-
cal Yiddish-American revue, titled "East Side Story," promises to be
a natural for this area and presents a line-up of celebrated stage,
television and screen headliners in what producer Eddie Sehaffer tags
a "mishmash ot merriment."
Featuring the talents of recording stars the Barton Brothers of
"Joe and Paul" fame, sensational comedian and international favorite
Michel Atta-bov Getzcl" Rosenberg. -Belle Baker" Esther Suther-
land, Norman "Al Jolson" Brooks, and the Kay Abram orchestra.
"East Side Story" is an original production that is destined to remain
on the locai night club beat for the entire season.
tt *
WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: A few weeks ago
i* seemed that trus winter season would mark a new low in night clubs
open for business. But somehow the word must have gotten out and
traveled with hurricane speed that the season looks big and prosperous.
As a result. Cepa City has opened again, for one Belle Barth. who de-
parted from the Beach more than a year ago. has returned with an
amazing coast to coast record, including Carnegie Hall. Belle at Car-
neuie Hall? Yes. she was there, and they loved her. Loaded with new
material, songs and wardrobe -hes reigning at Copa City.
Sophie Tucker has passed the 50-year mark in show business,
but the ageless wonder ot mirth and melody is going stronger tSan
ever. And if you want proof of the belting red-hot mama being
better than ever, tea for yourself at the Cafe Cristal at the Diplomat,
where jhe and Vic Damone are holding forth for the holiday week
What a contrast in showmanship.
Barry AshtOtl, who turns out revues with regularity, ha> iiis latest
offering, "Bonjour Paris. at the Deauville Casanova room, starring
Kay Stevens and some French eyefuls.
Helene Dareel heads tht Saucy Scandales at the Fonlaincblcau's
La Ronde. The swank new Club Gigi in the hotel features the dance
music of Ted Straeter and the violins of Bela Babal and his musicians.
Six Overboard" is the aquatic title fitting more or less into the
atmosphere of the new Tony's Fish Market, where Milton Behar's
original intimate production is appearing in the supper club there.
Standby of lategoers in the bistro world is Murray Franklin's
plush saloon on 22nd st. Murray is pot only the host but a merry part
of the nightly entertainment, with his quips and cracks. The feature
there is a fast-paced miniature revue. "Caught in the Act."
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Ira Isf fkrZctiari
Report Research
Center Progress
| [< : -1 i : \ rsitj ': S
: _:. R rch Center spon ir
, Florida Divi in
, \ Friends '.-. m-
i I ji r isalem.
.... a;'or factoi
i the A < !' ."
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Carl tel feting [si
:- --..-.a Damari G
. t : (.-.rch e< ." r's pro
.....i s that "economical
I u.ii r-. available to resi
,i sons in th" tie c\
i the next eight to 10 years."
Gordon, president of the South
ff-'ci Division, said the or-
oj -'lotion's orive to raise some
S.:C X>0 'or the project is near
ir: *ne one-third mark.
i. -c rej>erti"g on the year's pro-
;;t the session were Dr
- Marks and Dr. Lawrence
i .. presidents of Ami i
Physic...: Committi ,.-.
Om. ga dental fraternitj
i :er here. Their i r a
r the i I i
: r rew I ..-.' -.-.
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''cr.si:e'.z. Bcrrie Chcse. and
Schachter Opens
Yiddish Series
'"i Fchach.ttr. Yiddish \.tr
udeviUi jtar, will b I
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Rcy Dcnton in his starring rele as Gec:ce Raft, in 'The
:r Raft Story now al lh Carib, Miami, Mirccle end
163rd 5-:ec-t Theatres. Julie Lcr.dcr. above pcpulai sor.g-
siress .? lectured with Joyne
hols.
'Judgment' Opens
With Festive Gala
At Lincoln Thtr,
Er. tits, music ai plent;
('..,- marked the ''. sti
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new ; icture, "Jud|
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after rl :i Iks by VV'i si in
Fedi : ian Arthur H.
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Gordon.
i.EGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
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Mcvc: Kenneth Okc receives iirst invitation to the premiere
c: .and o! Milk and Honey," the Israeli revue at the Exodus
room c: the Monte Ccrlo hc:e;. With Mcyor Okc are Bernard
Cohen (left) and Jacob Baal-Teshuva, producers and directors
UOHttOMin Cllf?
me 4^
rmiues recently ]
loineo
Jiidta in Coral'Gabit- -
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. Merdeoai Podct. apiril
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:nto the corpregation duncg
rrioay evening.
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Friday, December 22, 1961
UNDCP THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION
THE ORTHODOX VAAO HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA "ABB. DR. ISAAC H.RSH EVER, DIRECTOR
Quantity
Rights
Reserved
WE SELL
U.S. CHOICE
end U.S. PRIM'.
MEATS ONLY
s C
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Once Apin, the Festive and
Joycus Holidays Are Upon Us! As
Usual, We Have Selected for You,
Our Customers., the Finest Car-
loads of U.S. GOY'T. INSPECTED
KOSHER MADE GRADE "A"
Famous Bnnd Turkeys Produced
QUEEN ESTHER or EMPIRE KOSHER
Two Brands of the Finest Western Breed Kosher Turkeys Packed
Exclusively for Food Fair Kosher Markets...Now at the LOWEST PRICES
EVER ... And GUARANTEED TO BE the FINEST!
16 to 22
KEY
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 ONE NEAR YOU!
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR