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HNmpPfl? Jewish Floiidian Vclume 34 — Number 52 Combining THf WISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WffKlY Miami, Florida. Friday. December 29. 1961 Two Seclions Price 20' Report Reds Planning Bases in t ARRESTED IN SOUTH Morocco Jews Denied Right To Sell Property \\I.I.\NCA— — Moroccan pities in the southern part ot l intry are prohibiting the I ; property by Jews who wish t \e their towns, it was reported here. In Essaouira. leaflets are 1s distributed urging local Moslem' to retrain from purchasing I or any other property lrom ji |i aving the town. •'.: the same time, five .lews wen arrested in the southern Moregion of Ksar es-Souk on charges ol "Zionist activities"' and of allegedly helping Jews to leave thi country for emigration to Is' rael. A -ixth Jew. Sion Elkoubi. had been arrested earlier on similar charges, and is still in jail :• ng trial. The five arrested wen identifed as Toubly. Berkiki. Hi BI Ichou and Meir Anna. A Moroccan court of appeals in Tangier* will hand down a iudgment next month in the case ef Capf. Morilas Reinardo, skipper of the vessel "Price," in which 42 Jews were drowned last January when the ship sank eff the Moroccan coast. Reinardo was sentenced to four years and two months imprisonment after he was convicted by a lower court of manslaughter through negligence. Appeals by two other crew mem ol the ship. Sanchez and C'asan. who were sentenced to 0n< year each, were rejected, and their sentencoi were confirmed. During the interrogation by the appeals court. Reinardo testified a sudden sale had hit the ship ilooded the hull. He said the sank within a few minutes. I'admitted that he had abandon' the ship while it was sinking. to' nardo's attorney, a Jew identified as Zaoui. pleaded that Ihe court was incompetent to trj the cast The Moroccan Attorney Gen' has demanded the maximum alty provided by law. The appeals court is composed entire!) "' Mo-lem judges. Concern Seen Mounting Over Visit of Nine-Man Naval Observation Team i JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire TEL A\ IV—Reports that the Soviet I'nion may increase arms shipments to Egypt and that it was conducting negotiations for the use of Egyptian na\al basts to service Soviet fleet units wire being follow* ed with close attention and concern here Tuesday. According to the reports. Adm. Sergei Gorshkov. supreme com-' "* A Shofar, traditional Jewish symbol of freedom, is presented to UN Ambassador Adlai Stevenson by Dr. Jocchim Prinz, president of the American Jewish Congress, at ceremonies at which the AJCongress honored the U.S. Mission to the UN for fostering "the principles of decency and justice in human affairs." Shofar is inscribed with Old Testament guotation from Obadiah, ". And an ambassador is sent among the nations." UN Rejects Pro Arab Changes in Refugee Move UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—The annual debate In the United Nationon the Arab refugee problem ended here with the General Assent bly rejecting two pro-Arab amendment.to a United States resolution. The plenary session adopted the American resolution minus the proposed amendments without a single negative vole. The final balloting on the Amcr Buber Wins Literary Award TEL AVIV (JTA) — Prof. Martin Buber was presented this week with the Tel Aviv Municipal!-, tv award lor literature, but not until alter a sharp debate on his publicly expressed view that AdoU Eichmann's death sentence should be commuted 10 hie imprisonment Council members of the Herut Party demanded that the prize should not he awarded lo Prof. Buhcr Jo-eph Sosiphoff. oi Herut. said that Prol Buber had not denied ., atemcnl attributed to him i Continued en Paoe 2 A ican draft, lor which Israel voted. was 62 m favor, none against, and ;<7 abstentions. The absentions included the Arab and Soviet blocs. The resolution recalls a series of Assembly resolutions adopted here since 1948, notes "with deep regret that repatriation or compensation of the refugees" has not been affected; that no substantial progress has been made "for the reintegration of the refugees either by repatriation or resettlement" and that, therefore, the situation of the refugees "continues to be a matter of serious concern." The resolution request.the Palestine Conciliation Commission to "intensify" its efforts for ImpleContinued on Page S A mander of the Soviet Navy, completed a \isit Monday with a u M .man delegation in Egypt. During' the visit, the Soviet naval leaders reportedly examined the po-sibil ities ot reaching such an agree men! with President Nasser's government. Al Massaa, the Cairo daily, declarer 1 Monday that new units which arrived recently at Alexandria had made the Egyptian Navy the strongest striking power in Ihe Middle East. One report said that Egypt was negotiating for three additional squadrons of Soviet MIG 19 jet fighters and several more submarines. According lo another report, Ihe bases sought in Egypt would be in replacement lor the base lost by the Soviets in Albania as a result of the Communist power struggle which led to a breaking off of d'plomatic ties between the USSR and Albania. The Albanian base was the only one ihe Soviets had ..n the Mediterranean Sea. The State Department in VVasbngton declined lo comment TuesI day on Ihe reports. Al Mas.-aa also reported that the Continued on Page S-A Nasser Vows Army Beef Up LONDON —.JTAi— Carnal Abdcl Nasser, president of the Unit e d \rab Republic, has told his follow•rs that he will build hi.nation's armed strength "to meet Zionist and Imperialist threats.** according o Egyptian dispatches received here Addressing a rally at Port Said, in celebration of the withdrawal of British and French forces following the Suez Canal action in 1956, Nasser said he will add three divisions to his army, as well as a "well-armed national guard," to enable him "to break the head of anybody who may approach us." He implied, however, that he Joes not intend to attack Israel at this lime, stating that those who were urging him to engage in war against Israel or in any other kind Iof military operation were doing .so "in order to stab us in the I back." x No Confidence' Motion On China Beaten in Israel JERUSALEM—(JTA)—The Kne-set overwhelming!] defeated tins week a Communist Party motion ol non-confidence in the government over Israelvote on the issue of seating Ihe Communist Chinese regime in the United Nations. SENSATIONAL WAR CRIMES TRIAL PENDING Nazis Sentenced for Killing Jews BONN—(JTA)—Four former Nazis received prison terms this week lor participation in the Nazi genocide of European Jews while plans were pushed for one of th' largest war crimes trials to date in West Germany. Frani Hoffman, a former detention chief at the Dachau murder tamp, was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of two Jews in 1938. The Karlsruhe jury court convicted three former Einsatx Commando leaders of complic.ty in the murder of some 1,000 Jewish men, women and children in Hie Soviet Union during the 1941-43 period. They were senfenced immediately. Erich Krlinger. a leader in Hitler's SS Elite Guard, was sen tenced to 12 years Impnsoninent for participate in the .murder -of 100 Jews Former SS U JUinhold Bruennert and former Capt. Education Minister Abba Eban. replying in behalf of the government in the absence of Foreign Minister Golds Meir, said Israel's attitude In the voting expressed three points: support for the seating ol a groat and populous power —the peoples ol China —in the UN and all itagencies; concern for peace in the Far East and the sion this year. She also assailed Israel's refusal to support a Soviet resolution at the UN to oust the Fcrmosan Chinese regime. She said that this Israel policy was contradictory and detrimental to the interests of Israel and world peace. Although no party supported the .peace in the Far bast an. tm k n|1 .„„, ,,„. Hans Schuhmacher. two of Gen. uork ,. an(1 t onccni (or llc demo ahs tainl from the Krlingeraides, each received four years imprisonment. Schun macher reportedly was an official !, oct j on o( sma || nations against de Of the West German government a cisions bv „ gimple majority. few years ago. serving as head of the Saarland ofliee for combining Communism and Nazism. Robert Mulka, 66. former SS colonel and assistant to Auschwitz ICommander Rudolf Hoess, was reI leased on bail following his re.... U 1.11)11. II I ,|ll\ .lll-l.llllt U • %  >.., 1MV cratlC principle involved in the ^ Mch |()| (ll|f „ ron| rcagon8 United Nations Charter ini the^proAm .',.,. | EUoMr a g ger ted that Red Ch'na had always been aligned with Israel's enemies. Izhar Hairari of the Liberal I'arlv -aid he approved Ihe vote though his party was opposed to it. Mapam's Israel Barzilai declared that the Ceylon proposal by Israel invalidated the vote of acceptance. Mr. Eban said Esther Wilenska, a Communist deputy, who submitted the motion, attacked the support by Israel for the Ceylon proposal requiring a two-third", vote on the issue of seating Red China, Continued on P-9 %  which made it impossible for that Israel was one of the first that country to gain UN admiscountries to recognize Red China.



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Paqe 2-A *Jeni§t ntradfM3tf7 Friday. Tecember 29, lggj By JTA Teletype Wire Educational Television For Israel JERUSALEM —A special advise ry board si the ir.troduci : i u( atii nal television in Isyet approved _.< TJNES< I 4*; :_ u* i • %  th ..:..• meed Tues a; The ar made the annour.ee! denying a rep ri i..at ii~. i UNESCO recommendation had D apprc\, The Israel Broadcasting SerVice meanw.ii e anr.oun*ed it c ar-.ed to extend commercial c-ograms on the Stale Radio Kc! Israel. Sine a pr*va f e firm v\a< era'ted a concession lor commercials on } .-:..tl last April, monthly mi vi the siauo.i ro?e ;•• 1 t E 1 (SiS.fcOOi a month lrom liL. 000 i8>17.tf20 .. Immigrant Absorption JERUSALEM—More than 50 perc< %  : !I ants d irinj I x curin yeai .t to develu; Prof. Buber Wins Literature Award Ccntirued from Page 1 A i' : I seek a n : i %  eat] -entenci im] the .' cr-lonei. Ac'ing Mayor E. Shechter oppesed the motion and said that r *: %  •'. Buber. whom he described as "cne of the greatest thinkers ccur time had the right to exr-ess his opinion en any subject he chose. The Council approved tie priie by a majority vo'e. Pre' B. n eived the award lor his borai Ben Yehezkel lor hicolV::.on of Has! lie storit s, 'Sefer Hi ma ssiot," Book of Taks. areas, collectives, and other asristilements, Aaron Z s:._. ... ,; the Jewish Agency's AOscrption Department, • %  %  here T. a > in a report to the A. Executive. He >aid that some 53 ptrex:-.: ol ffiis w:'Tr r:\Ttf1 T 'i*T in the 14. _<. bracket, and some percent ere over 55. He said ..-„ %  .a.a represent a *uhirnprovcment in terms of .abcr potential as compared with %  : .::•. recent years. Im.:•since K'56 have included ..: • than 6.000 academicians. Zalrr.an Shrcgai, head of the Agency s Immigration Department, tod the Executive about a program to transfer projects to Israel complete with personnel ard equipment. He cited negatiations to bring to hraei an optical instruments plant :c{.t;ntr with us 100 workers. .. wel] as a diamond polishing entrpr:?c lrom the United States employees. He said lamilies of the latter .. ready arrived, and its ...-•. t r: wire waiting lor conr ... new i lant :.t K:ryat Collection Agencies For Property \\ A — Agreement has been un< %  %  %  een t w o governmi inted colli %  .'-.<•:: agencies -i ( %  : pri ceeas e-s pro] erties oi \ ictims < I Nazi era in Austria lecti Vgency A. which was liandli i 'a i m and alsol heirless properwill have the right he agreement to dispo^ ot about so percent of the pro^ j, Homecoming Service Friday ceeds. totaling at pre>ent some 70.%  %  i-OO.COO schillings iS22.700.000 1 Collection Agency B. set up to handle the sail e functions for non-Jewish heirless property, will dispose of he remaining 20 percent. Final service of Temple EmanuEl's annual College. Homecoming Week will be held Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. dents and \ isitcrs in the r, >m n ly have been invited to attendtk worship service. Additional proceeds are expected from the sale of securities and real properties of both categories of victims, as well as from results of 'some 6*0 claims nTf-vJ"*' pending en such properties. Repn sentatives to the two agencies were named on recommendation oi groups representing the vieIn the cae Yoo -ny conf-ibule |jV j tax deduction or we will pay caih for tame Remetiber ... we a-e NOT a profit-makiie organiiation y,, I ar helping your community to ktip I iti dignity. By helping others 0g •r helping ve-urtelfl Manufacturan and jobbert—rfrmember—w, I17JJF' H£ NEWEST NO HlfUlOfC... DCL'CltS C*D CMPll IN COIU SIBILS A FAMILY TRADITION Based I'f on Otdicalion to Service The Ultimate in Comton 50 Yean ol tipenence Most wcee'fi facilities fersrnai ec attention and C' to Detail. %  • 19tni Alton fid MIAMI BEACH ;^50Nc..mand/ ir. JEffenton 1-1151 MIAMI Dtmglai fid at S W. 17th St Highland 3-2221 ; BlatLx %  Director Al t t sci-erg — Lec-ocd Z Ibert



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"i-Ssa Friday. December 29. 1961 *Jeni§t Fkridfar Page 3-A An open letter to the public... M I "' '" CJ HI MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL' SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MlMlcn FCOCRAL HOME LOAN SANK SrSTCM ?*% P V N t b L N *d*A At WtlHINStOl AVCIMUC MIAMI BEACH 39, ftOSlOA V -~. is (S 1361 tf December 26 1961 Dear Friends: We are very happy co share good news wlch you. At a recenc meeting of the Board of Directors of your Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association, it was resolved that the policy of the Board, for the period from January 1, 1962 to June 30, 1962, 6hall be to pay dividends on savings at the rate of four and one-quarter per cent per annum. The Directors of Che Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association are anticipating that dividends will be increased from the current rate of four per cent to four and one-quarter per cent as a result of increasing earnings of the Miami Beach Federal. They have formulated this policy in order for you to profit from the general nation-wide Increase in interest rates that has been taking place over the past several weeks. We invite you to open a savings account ac Miami Beach Federal so that you can take advantage of the higher rate of earnings from the beginning of the dividend period. Savings placed in your new Miami Beach Federal account up to and including the 10th day of January earn-dividends as of the first day of January. Yes, it's true Miami Beach Federal will accept funds on transfer from any'financial institution in the United States. Won't you bring in or mail in your passbook? We will be glad to follow through on all details ac absolutely no cost to you. Thanks to many thrifty savers like you, Miami Beach Federal is enjoying a record peak of savings and assets coday. Cordially, MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Claude A. Renshaw President BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mitchell wolfson Chairman of the Board 55-v*. % 


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Pcge 4-A +Jewish ncrkttnn Friday. December 29. \%\ %  Je wi §h Floridian %  CFFICE 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 MINDUN ...„ E xecutive EditorISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel P.AY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published pverv Friday dice lS7 by The Jewish FL.rldluo at 1?" N H Blxtli Street. Miami 1. Florida. Socnd-Class Postase Paid :U Miami, Horiiii. Th Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Teleflraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldw.de News Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The .I.uish Floridian dOM not I'uarantee th.FCaahrutB <>:' the merchandise advertised in its column*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year 15.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 34 Number 52 Friday. December 29. 1961 22 Tebet 5722 m* Arab Leadership Finally on the Spot Time was one thing the Arab leaders thought they had on their sice in the battie over the refugees at the United Nations. It is new clear that time has begun to wcrk against them. By refusing to do anything about the miserable plight of the ie:ugees, except dismiss it, the Arabs hoped to exploit the situoiion to their own political advantage and at the expense of Israel. The vote at the UN, following the by now annual refugee debcte there, clearly indicates that a new and more realistic world understanding has begun to emerge despite the putrid smokescreen of propaganda with which the Arab delegations surrounded the situation for years on end. The latest resolution calls for every effort to be made toward eradicating the plight of the refugees by September. 1962. Memoes suggested include resettlement in other Arab lands and compensation. These possibilities augment the third alternative, repatriation, which the Arabs over the years have told the world is the single means by which the refugee situation will ever be '"solved"—that repatriation represented the official position on the Arab refugees as set icith in the original UN resolution dealing with this matter. Fact is that the UN resolution which they have conveniently quoted out of context also suggests resettlement and compensation — the same possibilities reiterated in the latest United Notions decision several days ago. Thus, the Arab leaders are once and tor all faced with the need to come up with an honest solution based on human need and the kind of political possibilities acceptable to the realities of the Middle East condition. • • VICTORY AND KNUCKUNG-VNDER In an effort to convince the Arabs that their intentions are understood, the latest UN resolution voted down two pro-Arab amendments: One called for the enlargement of the Palestine Conciliation Commission. This would have opened the door to a battle over membership, including the possibility of Soviet or Arab membership, and the further political exploitation of the refugee plight, with no steadfast interest in solving it. The second suggested UN custodianship ever 'the rights, property, and interests of the Palestine Arab refuges." This would merely create an organization for foreign interference in internal Israeli affairs. But if the new United Nations resolution is in some ways a victory for decency, it also represents a renewed knuckling-under to Arab duplicity. Shunted aside was an African-sponsored move designed to enforce direct IsraelArab negotiations over the refugees. The move was defeated, with an assist by a "no" vote, from the United States delegation. Explained Chief Delegate Adlai Stevenson: There is little point in passing such a resolution. CHALLENGE fO(\ 1962 NEW CjOAL FOR. U.J.A* Morocco, where Jews in the south of the country are now being forbidden to sell their property and move elsewhere. Of course there are others — in North Africa and elsewhere — all pointing to the vast need for philanthropic funds in the days ahead. The sum set forth by the United Jewish Appeal seems staggering on its face. But it is a realistic one based on the requirements of Jewish communities today. This should serve to give us some realistic understanding of the goals of our own 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal, which is in its opening weeks in Greater Miami. For CJA bears the responsibility on the local level of achieving its share of the national UJA goal. Greater Miami Jewry must meet the responsibility, along with the rest of the country, if their hard-pressed brethren overseas are to elude the unhappy prospects facing them. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDUN i NOIA INVADED Goa, smashed whatever resistance the small Portuguese enclave could muster, and ijij. crated" it from the yoke of '•European Imperialism." This was December. 1961. On Oct 29. 1956. Israel moved int 0 the Sinai Peninsula to \\ip e out the Egyptian fedayeea there. Simultaneously. the British and French embarked A Realistic Goal Today The United Jewish Appeal is pressing for S95 million in 1962. This supports the belief that there are big things brewing for Jewish communities overseas — including anticipated heavy migration. The latest sign in the winds comes from tmber. 1961, the United States said Ii!t4*. except Jo mtk^ ments about "neutral" Nehru, and acted not at all. in on a campaign against Suez. •-aLP De,or bitter statemt October. 1956. the United States protested violently through ugly ultimata to Britain. France, and Israel, stupidly stabbed her allies in the back, and emerged from the fiasco sanctimoniously if politically weakened by the kind of spiteful diplomacy from which only the Arabs could profit. Some of the reasons for the disparity in reaction are rooted in foreign policy differences between the Eisenhower-Dulles and Kennedy administrations. The more essential ones lie in power considerations: Israel, whose very existence in the Middle Ea>t depends upon Western good will; Britain, which had hardly emerged from a confusing experiment in Laborite rule; and France, nationally unsound to the extent that a would-be Fascist prototype. Pierre Poujade since disappeared from the scene, could strike tenor in the heart ot her democracy. Each ot these partners in the Suez-Sinai campaign, therefore, was easily intimidated by the U.S. show of force. But India in December, 1961 could not be intimidated. Neither, in fact, would the Kennedy administration seek to intimidate Nehru. Hi? "neutrality" and •pacifism"' are once and for all proven a fiction in Goa; nevi he remains a leader to be courted in the East-West battle of i The Red Booting Game For the past few weeks, the Western nations have been gleeful, if not entirely deceived, by Gamal Abdel Nasser's latest switch of his favor in their direction. The dissolution of his United Arab Republic easily explains the attitude of Egypt's dictator. Having dealt harshly with Syria's Communists, he lost the cherubic grace of Nikita Khrushchev. But not all anti-Communists sport the fragrance of a rose, a fact with which many in the West are not yet impressed, and as Nasser himself bears easy witness. Despite the strongman's recent rupture with the Kremlin, he is once again being courted by Khrushchev and Co. This time, it is in the form of an even more vigorous flow of an assortment of military materiele in Egypt's direction — plus a reported survey of Egyptian naval bases as possible sites to service Russian fleet units. A good deal of speculation surrounds this latest exchange, not the least of which takes into consideration the Soviet Union's most recent diplomatic blunders in Africa, particularly in Ghana and Guinea, where the Russians pressed too suddenly and too hard the seeming rupture of these nations with the West. In a sense "booted out" in Africa, the Communists have resumed playing footsie with Nasser in the Middle East, whom they earlier booted from their favor following the demise of the UAR. All of which reaffirms the MUTING A COMMUNITY THREAT •*• %  JMITHIN DAYS AFTER the launching of the Israeli action in the Sinai, a cross-section ol the major organizations in the Greater Miami area met at an early morning breakfast in a hotel on Biscayne blvd. Purpose of the meeting — to map a strategic campai of silence aimed at keeping Jewish groups here, their spokesmen, and individuals from writing letters to the editor cf local newspapers in support of Israel's move; from staging rallies in protest against the stein and short sighted Eisenhower reaction: from engaging in any kind of public affair, or taking part in any public statement or debate, concerning the critical Middle East situation. And the times were, indeed, critical. What if the U.S. should. as the President threatened, resort to arms in the event Britain. France, and Israel refused to submit to his will? How would American servicemen of the Jewish faith respond to the possibility of engaging in military maneuvers against the Jewish State" Hence. the need lor an at least partially-planned community program. As a matter cf hindsight, it would be difficult to asses.the success of that program — just how much restraint was actually imposed on Greater Miami Jewish organizations, their leaders, and key individuals who are prone to make public utterances at the drop of an occasion, but who demurred to the higher interest cf the combined will. Nevertheless, it is a matter of record that an intelligent effort in this direction was made — an effort launched within days of the critical international situation precipitating the need. It is also a matter of record that there existed, at the very least, a semblance of community structure to meet together, attempt an evaluation, and propose a program of joint action. -•. -j. 4 GENERAL PRESENTATION Of THE PROBLEM I SPOKE HERE last week of the spiralling incidence of Arab propa' ganda in the United States, especially as it relates to the situation and the exhaustive effort now being made by the Arab gallons at the IN once and for all to impose a "solution" to the problem on an increasingly suspicious world peace organization. The UN i> suspicious because its member nations are growing more and more intelligent with respect to all the facts surr ui the refugee dilemma — from its beginning, rooted in the Israel-Arab war. to the present day Palestine Conciliation Commission re] whose original draft was "edited" to meet the approval c; th< Ai The massive effort is. for its part, a direct result of the growing UN suspicion concerning Arab motives generally. This swirling circle, in whose vortex Israel seems mercilessly suspended, finds its counterpart in the Arab propaganda activities ill Greater Miami and elsewhere across the nation. Zeev Dover. l>r. %  Consul for the Southeastern region of the United States, discussed the refugee situation before a presumable representation of Mian leaders at a recent meeting here called by Federation, which recogl the seriousness of the problem. But Mr. Dover had necessarily to confine himself to a discussion of the refugees within a United Nations context. As a foreign d P'" mat. he could haidly examine the Arab refugee dilemma as it re to Arab propaganda in the U.S.. except to indicate that, unlike the Arab League. Israel docs not have in her employ paid propagandists on the nations grass rcots level. Neither could he be either specific or general in any allusions whatsoever to the Miami situation the appearances here of James Batal and the American Friends of the Middle East programs on the University of Miami campus and at some of the area's most exclusive clubs. -:• •:• •* %  IT ALL BROUGHT BACK MEMORIES IT WAS FOR an alert Miami Jewish community to make these de* ductions and to examine means of coming to grips with the Batals among us. Sadly, those present were far from any kind of cross-section of local leadership. If the times are not as spectacular, certainly the explosive refugees seem no less politically significant to the future of Israel than was the outcome of the Sinai campaign. Yet. unlike in 1956. the leaders were not there. And. indeed. one might well ask today: Who are the leaders? Is it for Federation to assume the responsibility of an emerging vigilance against the dissemination of Arab propaganda here? Is it for the local arms of the national civic defense agencies? Is it for the Zionist group-' Federation, for all its officiaf recognition of the significance Of the problem, is in the opening weeks of the 1962 Combined J **j* Appeal; if CJA is to survive,-Federation must apply all available community talent to the task of mending the fences of Miami S two previous — and near disastrous — campaigns. The three major civil libertarian organizations here might, a r .< perhaps rightly, refuse such a single-minded assignment Nor. indue Continued on Page 7-A



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Friday. December 29, 1961 +Jmi§li IhrkBam Pacje 5-A Rabbi Lerer Will Take New Pulpit lo the Anshc The Jewish Welfare Board, USO and B'r.ai B'liih teamed this :o sponsor a sc-iies rf Chanuka observances at the Uni' s Strategic Air Command ECHO a: Homestead. Shown :D right) ere Isadore Dickmar.; Mrs. Loins dosser, chenIhe aimed services committee of the JWB; Chcrles h; Mrs. Erwin B. Marshall; and Frank K^rshone;, >res. : of ihe South Florida Council cf B'ncn B'rith. Presentations of Mencruhs ana Ciianuka candles, a brunch, and a • :o the VA hospital in Cora! Gables inch lighted the woekKabbi Gerald Lerer. spiri'ua, leader of Flanler-Granada Jewish Center, has been elected pulpit of Congregation Emeth in Hudson. N.Y.. Prior to his arrival in Miami Rabbi Lerer served as splritua. leader ( .t Congregation Brothers ol Israel for five years. DurinR tbat lime, he served as secretary for the board ol Rabbis of Central New Jersej and Delewarc Valley, ;•counselor for the Ilillel Foundation at Ruler College and Trenton Slate Teachers College. Rabbi Lerer is affiliated with the Rabbinical Conference Oi America, ihe Greater Philadelphia Board >•• %  Rabbis, and the Rabbinical Assn cf Greater .Miami. He will assume his new duties Feb. \ es oi even:?. School Building On Schedule AI .i meeting of the executive committee of the Hebrew Academy Ibis week, Richard Basker. of Ba-k (i Corp., reported that the building schedule tor the new school has maintained, and that the structure now rising on Pine Tree dedication dinner on March 18. to be followed by a series of affairs • part of Hebrew Academy Week. The entire community, including i and religious institutions, will bi invited to participate in t h e Academy's celebration. Louis Mer'./•: overall campaign chairmi n, said that approximately S200.h \ e to be raised in order it h the million dollar quota, Cted cost of the new huildii and the goal of the building i Mayor Qka lo Speak Stephen S. Wise group ol Hadassah will meet on .Monday noon. Jan. 8. at the Casablanca hotel lor lunch. Mayor Kennelh Oka will be guest speaker, and a musical program will be presented by Joseph W. Malek, accompanied by Aida Yaslo. Nuclear View At Beth David "Survival in the Nuclear AgeView from theShelter" was the subject of a talk Wednesday evening at .i meeting Of the American Jewish Congress, Dr. John M Fowler, professor of physics .it Washington University, and author of the book. "Fallout,"' was principal speaker. He was introduced by Dr. Homer Jack, executive director oi the National Commit lee 1 r a Sane Nuclear Policy. Meeting was at Beth l>a\ id Synagogue Reds PScsnnLiag Bases in Egypt Continued from P.ige 1-A naval units, which carried the %  •-I modern weapons i uipment, arri\ 'd from Czechoslovakia and Russia during the wei k< • Egyp tian officials declined to deny or confirm the reports. Israeli observers viewed the receni improvement in RussianEgyptian relations as reflecting Ihe increased concern of the Soviet Union about its position in Africa and the Middle Fast. That concern reportedly was stirred by Ihe recent expulsion of Soviet Ambassador Daniel Solod from Guinea, and the apparently improved relations between Ghana and the West. B.C. WE COMMUTE Or sometimes It se.ms thai way. WASHINGTON FEDERAL officials often work with the U.S. State Department to develop savings and home loan programs for our friends in other countries. Arthur Courshon, our Board Chairman, helped set up a program for Chile. Jack D. Gordon, our President, did the same thing in Ethiopia, and Costa Rica. 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Foge 6-A vJenist ffrridian Friday, December 29, \%\ Seven Jews Win in 5. Africa Voting Mapping stategv for the 1SC2 Combined Jewish App< am•:. here ere £-c:::ey C. Myers left and Abe C. Fine. These two :ommunity leader's are long-time supporters of the Greete: Miami Jewish Federation. Efchmann Will be Moved From One Prison to Another TEL AVIV iJTA) A i imann will be moved from pri.: :o prison every tew weck> until a cision is niacie on the death sentence imposed or. him. the Israel Prison Commission sa.d i: > week. The switches ot pn.-on locations was directed to deal with the 'exi -. possibility" of a com t j fellow-prisoners to k;li I er Gestapo colonel. Eich;: nn cur b a c k in Ramie prison in on his memoirs. An ; the death si ntence has i ith the Israi 5u] < rrich is i t expecti • J act before next Meanwhile, Dr. Robert ServatiuSi his chief of defense counsel, said in Cologne that he -hoped the West German Government wojld 'change its mind" and contribute toward the expenses cf Eichmann's defense. The Israi I G vc rnmenl had voted elp defray the expenses tor tht defense of the ex-Gestapo now found guilty in the at Jerusalem and sentenced ang However, according to Sei atius, the amount voted by ifficu :it to cover T." se c tsts have been estimated at $32,000 \ request bj Dr -tius i ear ago. that the German ntril ute toward the i • %  %  .' irities at E .lO'.iANV'SRl'KG—.1T.V—Seven Jews wen i the successful .ia;<> elected to Parliament m th< reci nl i. on. according to the final al ilations compliied here. They an Dr E. 1.. Fisheg, :• E B Isaacs L. R. Taurog, A. Gorshel, > En Irs Helen rh< five Party. Mrs. S : ty in S st Africa In addition. 1 %  • IK : ..' in arl i r a %  'ins l reprc scnl the I voti i Th;re were no 'Jewish issues'' in the election campaign. When some ne'A i 2.oers sugoestec 1 thst the "Jewish vote" woul.H favci the Progressives in certain COO" stituencies, Progressive Pary candidates themse'ves scotched this notion, sa'i"g that Jews he r e voted as South Africans for whatever parties the individual voters might favor, and that there was no 'Jewish vote.'' %  i : ested i ".-• tui nci< %  %  hai I toi both oi posiii wen '< •' — Hymie r for the United Party and Mrs. Suzman for the Progressives Roth were members of the outgoing Parliament. Voting heavy on both sides, with many Jews voting, and Mrs. Suzman won bv a majority of 500 InJobannesl Orange Grove constituency, another area where Micro are many Jewish voters, the i nited Party'sEtienneMalan, who inol Jewish, defeated the Progressive Party's All Einstein, who is^a Jew. Jew*cWarly voted. n both sidi contest. Two ma ires characterize the results of the elections. The Government increased {anting three -t a t* aits voting strength by fo. Then there was ;, hea the Progressive Partj who contested 23 seat ihty won only-one seat. ernment now bas 105 new Parlia i< gainst combined opt -trengu cr eas;r. : IH'rcen vote andidati although The-GoV jts in %  51 for Beth Rcphael Installation Set Ri cei tl) >.' ted officers ol ; n will be in.. Michel's resJan. 7. ilius Sapero, : dent; La T. Berliner, first vice | esident; ( harles Klein, sec. nd \ •--. pn l< : '. Ralph K: ieger, • arj; Benjamin Agr ing se( retary; :i rri Sch irt; lan, l isurer. Board c< nsists I A i Pearl S. She ai. Si I S< Joseph l Sosna, H. 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Hebrew U. Award H lasting contribution to Isra I e and skills needed for th nwell as in students from the tinuedI progn Foi Iheii 'pioneer efforts in behalf of Cedars of Lebanon Hosnjtal." ihree doctors are presented with the "Volunteer of Valor' award by hospital president, Samuel T. Sapiro Heft). Shown receiving the plaque at a breakfa-t in the Everglades hotel attended by several hundred friends and assoc.ates are Drs. Mcrtin Belle. Maurice Rich and Benjamin Oren, who have been active in the development program cf the new nonsectaricn medical facility. 'Tree of Life 1 To Honor Donors Cedars oi Lebanon wil honor Its eontribut" rs in a distinctive and itic manner outlined this week bv E. Albert Pallet, chairman of he hospital development fund. \ sell it number of donors, those "i or more for the construction : the six-story, non-profit stitution, will have their Baffles • -raved on silver plates itfixed the base of a "Tree oi Ml Miamian Back At Homestead Airman Third (.las-. Stephen R. %  •renner. -on of Mr. and Mrs. Wilurn I. Brenner, of 1801 SW 23rd er. Mia ni, is returning to Home%  s


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Page 8-A >Jeist ncridi&n Friday, December 29, 1S61 UN in New Resolution en Refugees Continued from Page 1A Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash carry their Torah Scroll in the Je=tive procession in Jerusalem. Present Torah To Boys' School mentation of a 1^48 Assembly resolution which called not only for repatriation or compensation of the refugees but also for their possible resettlement or remtegration into the Middle East economies. The resolution further requested the PCC to "intensify its work on the identification and evaluation of Arab refugee immovable propertie1:1 Palestine" and to make ever) effort to complete this work by Sept 1. 19t>2. The next operative clause of the resolution calls upon all member governments to contrb-.ste ar.d increase their contribu'ior.s for the work of the United Nations Relief and Works Auency for Pale-:Refugees in the Near East. This clause pointedly "urges non-contributing governments" to contribute to I'NRWA. That phrasing was directed at the Soviet Union and other members of the Soviet bloc who have never contributed any money to UNRWA. In the Special Political Committee on the two pro-Arab amend' ments. both amendments received simple majorities but fell through because they did not obtain the necessary two-thirds vote in the Assembly. The same meeting of the Special states, Togo, which was among oiitical Committee which apthe original co-sponsors, with. Po... proved the amendments cast 341 drew from its fcrma; b;.c-:re f 1 > on behalf of another resoluNik twoluHon. tnn which, for the first time in The resolul many years called for direct, bofs ., peace negotiations between Israel ... arm m Arab stater m-a BITITTJMC*!***** %  :• a • %  "-• w majority of 44 votes to 34. with affirmative votes, nol .rom *20 abstentions, this r?solut:on was np co-sponsors bul a! 0 fi tralia. Belftji im. Can a Denmark, Finlai J : Luxembours direction of ultimate Arab-Israel !are'i 1 leve'opi Middli • • any likt. I "li would ha • American no point in ;.. sing .< 1 tion under these a %  1 %  %  i : Mr and Mr-. Nash, of Miami Bei ... recently presented a Scroll e Law to BoyTown Jerusali 1 an American-sponsored ac3,. and vocational school for Isbeys The dedication was during Chanuka in a cerej featuring the participate n : abbinical and lay lead \ festive procession of hundreds .;•. carrying torches sang and ed through the streets of Is1. capital as they escorted Mr. Mrs. Nash bearing their Torah under the traditional car.oP> t h e BoyTown Jerusalem i_.ie. some 500 students and gathered to witness the mony of the inscription of the lines of the Scroll. The Scribe. \ ing his quill carefully to the hment, filled in those letters -, mding to the names of Sel1 and Nathan Nash. Others honwith letters written in their 1 e| included Mr and Mrs A am Fox. also of Miami Beach. Education Unit Flans Meeting B ard of directors of the Bureau OJ ewish Education will meet on Thursday, Jan. 4. 8:15 p.m., at the p.; rd room of the Greater Miami .' %  -h Federation. 1317 Biscayne I The board will outline planfor three inter-school activities. He Vocabulary Bee. annual Essay Art Contest, and National Bible Content The board will also consider a i' lution on supplementary fund.-. discuss its budget for 1962. and action on affiliation of schools. A. Ba-kin is president. Leo Ri nson. Joseph Cohen. Mrs. Louis tilasser and Mrs. Joseph Duntov are vice presidents. Melvyn B Fromes is secretary, and Judge Frederick N Barad is treasurer Rabbi Bezalel Zolty, Justice of •he Supreme Religious Court of Israel, and Rabbi Shlomo Vosef Zevin, doyen of Jerusalem's Rabbinical leaders, spoke at the ceremonies. Fox. president of the local Histarjrut campaign here, also addressed the gathering. After residing in Miami for more than 20 years. Mr. and Mrs. Nash recently settled in Tel Aviv. Enroute by sea to Israel. Mrs. Nash became ill It was at this time that she decided to make a gift of a Torah Scroll on arriving safely to her destination. The Scroll also honors the memory of her late mother. Mrs. Nettie Chekanow. Mrs Nash is a trustee of the Jewish Home for the Aged, a lite member of the Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood, and Pioneer Women. She is also an Ima of Haddassah. a member of the National Women's Committee of Brandeis University, a Godmother of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary, and the Jewish Theological Seminary Both Mr and Mrs. Nash are lite members of the Hebrew Academy. and have purchased Israel Bonds. The first of the amendments called for reconstitution of the Palestine Conciliation Commission and its enlargement of the present three members to five. On this amendment the plenary voted 44 in favor, 29 against, with 25 abstentions. All the leading Western Powers, led by the United States, Britain and France, voted against the amendment, as did Israel. The second amendment would have requested the reconstituted Conciliation Commission "to take measures for the protection of the rights, property and interests of the Palestine Arab refugees, located in Israel." This was. according to Michael S. Comay. Israels permanent representative here, only "a thinly veiled" revival of an Arab effort defeated by the Assembly last April to establish seme form of UN custodianship over Alleged Arab property in Israel. On the property amendment, the United States, Britain and France again led the opposition. The voting on that clause showed 40 in favor. 37 against, with 21 abstentions. NOW SHOWING! 5 how rimes 10 pjn. • 12 MMwehf CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT Until 5 a.m MH KAY CAROLE and TOMMY % TERRY HAVEN — The COOKIES J ,nd the retur. of tho "BIACKOUTS" Fraaki Hyoc. Dick MaeBa* Roy *•* j % — I Big New Year's ive Party % *m*\r\ Reservations i CTftO EesenreH FtPerion *0#d IB) Al Advance TumuLiimt 3 • 5 mm. MURRAY FRANKLIN'S 211 Urn* ST. 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%  ~f&*m^W&*. Friday December 29, 1961 +Jmlsti FhrkHan Page 9-A ;£< Israel Opposes Atmosphere Testing New nswers for new needs are the subjects under discussion here : y Jacob Sher (left) and A. J. Molasky. The two Combine, "ewish Appeal leaders are active in plcnning for the %  w Horkor.s campaign. C;A PHILANTHROPIC PORTRAIT Mrs. Adams Dedicates Her Life to Charitable Causes th i" stnes % %  ; % %  : ':. %  %  • • %  ... 1 ti-.t Gr, rr Miami irumtv u o %  % %  % % %  b*eti tnlded. The % %  .. % %  ..,;....., • ; :' vels of CO I • %  % %  %  %  < %  u< VI %  end the world place HI ud c to In The great victories of life are oftenest won in a quiet way, and nol with alar.ns and trumpets." — Justice Benjamin Cardozo, 1915. Alice E. Adams is one of women vrti i has virtually dec ated her lite to a variety cif s ; ilanthropic causes. strong supporter of the Grei er Miami Jewish Fedoralion and its Combined Jewish tal, Mrs. Adams is the widow l the inventor ot the dial lel<; none. A native of [stanbul, Turkey. she .is lived in this country for mon than 35 years. She is a -. ned world traveler, and has visited fsraet on several OCT: sons. Mrs. Adams is active in Hadassab, and serves on the board I ol the Heart Institute of Greater Miami. She has been an activ supporter of the University of Miami and Variety Children's II -:.!al. U iiely known as a Miami and N< w York social leader, Mrs. Adams is noted as a patron of firu music. /MRS. AUCt ADAMS Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITL€ & Qktract Co. 34 YEARS OF TIVLE SERVICE IN DAOE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TTIC INSURANCE THIe Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Ce, CeemW, Sere/e t *tunu f xceed $SfiOO,000 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILOMC od 36 Hi. FIRST STMET TELEPHONE fBoekli* S-MM Is,Sn' ,;! ',y A :i XS 1JTA %  ra Micha el Comay, chairman of isidci has lined up here with manv ,< %  • • other delegations here in demand' delesat,on held '" my thai the testing of nuclear demeet ngs recentlj with fcej i vices i), discontinued and. at the '-•" '' : Afr 5 as pan same tune, delivered a sharp recl t!lt Israel delega l coi i puke to the Soviet Union for breakuous contacts w th ing the nuclear testing stalemate. '' : >' of the ...... Israel's position was delivered u m address before the General Assembly's Political and Security Committee by its representative in that committee, Gideon Rafael. A member oi this year's Assembly delegation, Mr Rafael is assistant director-general of Israel's Foreign Ministry. Mr. Rafael to!d the eommittes that Israel wouid vote for several pending resolutions and amendments which call for cessation of nuclear testing and envisage international agreement on nuclear test bans "under appropriate international control." The .' I, said Mr Rafael "has been pushed further down the perilous path toward the nuclear abyss by the recent Soviet test-. In takni" this fateful decision. :n spite of enlightened public opinion everywhere, and in the face ol appeals made to the Soviet Union by fairminded people all over the world, nd in spite ol the appeal launched by our organization supported by an overwhelming total of member states representating the largest variety of opinion and alignment. the Soviet Union has acted—and by this deplorable action has taken upon itself a grave a.id perilous responsibility." The world, be said, is "lost in a dead-end street" regarding testing "Aligned or unaligned." he said, "all are aligned under a deadly fallout." In another Israeli action at the' Dade Heights Plans Pop Concert Dade Heights Jewish Congregafiin will present the second in its series ot pop concerts Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Featured artists are Al Hurowitz, violin and guitar, and Vladimir I'opeskul. balalaika and accordion, who will play folk music. Added attraction will be the "Show Tunes Quartet," featuring Jean Vaida, Ann Congelo. Bill Eastham and Frank White in selections from "Oklahoma," "Carousel," "My Fair Lady." "Most Happy Fella." and others. Esther Barrett will be at the piano. lunchetn given b; I to the Ethiopian delegation with Ethiopia's ex ena recog: 11 to Isn The oiher meeting was with members cf *he "Brazzaville group" of new Afr"c3n nations which be.org to ihe French community. The meelirg was he :< at the request of the delegates to ex?:ore Israel s p< :iti Arab Israeli disputes, incl I the issu* of the Arab re 1 preblem. scheduled for debate soon. Ore African delegati Ji ish Telegraphic Agi thai j i, di legates ha I begu i %  thai consta il attacks r i by Arab spokesme i "\ i n coming tiresome and that we begun to feel they are insulting o intelligence by assuming we wo ild chai He ad led I id %  %  I 'acts bu %  i he si \ .%  • %  • i i %  ; pr i' iding s ital tech. i I i Afric • c i.tta %  il fie i its for "payr,:cnt" thro i-otes i .: • %  > at the UN, a c h 1 i. ii a ... iU-l Men y Sis I Parly roth f Temph Ei i inu1 • V %  %  Eve ni^ht at the BJTI m., Larry • ii o' h %  ;• i I ; %  ill | %  %  %  v. : ei '• eg is, a bn ... :. %  • •• ill i sen Presid I i I y. a*i C !uh ...;•:. Ko 11 UN Study Group Meeting United Nations Study Group, of the Miami Beach unit of the UN Assn will meet Tuesday evening at Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Washington avc. 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Page 10-A Tjewisf FhrBdfi3H Friday, December 23, 1351 By MAX LERNER MONDAY %  rlin for the • %  %  '•-' : th it i e 1 see r in the future il two fa. %  I %  %  %  %  '' estern pos the < : %  • • "' [m '" %  S used bj the R'issia me starl with : I Facts n moral* In '' %  B ; uid pick UP Li ii ores show i l to 1.900 h :. As ] %  there are between BOO hich means a nel • 600 .i week. But the hard fact is that the departures are inster than the replacements, and the spread betweeriTnttn is I g constant!} and rapidlj Whj ithis happening? Not because life in Berlin is bad. Actually U is comfortable and free as one could wish, and the contrast with the bl, ik constricted life on the other side of the -.vail is starker than ever. The real source of the migration is the conviction ot a growing number oi Wesl BerUners that the citj has no future, that there is no stubborn will to defend it and that Its isolation and economic strangulation are only a matter of time Are they riht" Despite Mayor Willy Brandts magnificent and necessary show of confidence, it is hard to say they are wrong Take the recent dramatic epi-ode of the student who bled to death. An Austrian student from West Berlin, in a gallant effort to cut the wire just beyond the boundary between the two cities in the British sector, was shot bv the Ea*t Berlin vopos. Hibody fell a few feet from the boundary but trie British Tommies and West Berlin police didn't dare cross to pull him back. He lay there for two hours an.i died. TUESDAY-:•: %  %  Pans The dramatic fact nboul the Goa story is not the aggression itself. for surely there i aggression enough in our world: it is the tact that the ressor nation has foi 15 yearr called upon other nations for the highest standards oi international morality, led by a man who claims spiritlescent from Gandhi and who has been the apostle of non-intervention nonviolence and consplCUOUl political virtue. There is of course, a case to be made for India in relation to the Portuguese enclaves Quite simply, the case i> that India, as one of the leader" of the anti-colonial world movement and of revolutionary nai ilism felt sheepish about allowing a former European colonial power to retain even a tiny foothold on the Indian subcontinent. There i> the urge for status among members of the anti-colonial club, as in other clubs How could Nehru hope to maintain the respect of Nasser. Tito. Sukarno and Nkrumah. not to speak of Khrushchev. H he allowed himself to chicken out against a tiny nation like Portugal 0 The natural respons" was an assertion of nationalist muscles against the pitiful remnants of an ancient colonialism. Since V. K. Krisha Menon, India's principal peace spokesman and negotiator, also doubles a< head of its militarv organization, he had. ironically, the role of launchins the invasion The fact that Krishna Menons parliamentary seat is imperiled by Acharya Knpilani. who has pressed him hard about l against the Chinese aggression, made his role as a nationalist champion against Goa opportune But these are minor matters compared with the major one. One nationalist aggression more or less in a world which is filled with them : astonishing. The London papers call the Goa invasion "criminal" and "brutal." But surelj no more so than Suez was or Tibet or Hungary or Cuba To be sure, there i< the peculiar hypocrisy of having the agn come from a moralist leadership like Nehru's. The widespread llusion and recoil from the invasion are an index of how deeply N'ehtU had impressed his symbolic role as peacemaker upon the world consciousness But here again one can be disillusioned only if one had had illusions. WEDNESDAY-:Rome F.T five day; I have been watching Italian reactions to the recent murder of the 13 airmen in 'he Congo. I had not planned to write about it What can you say which will not seem trival against the stark fact ot their murder? But as I watch the people in Rome something strikes me about the quality of their gnef that may be worth noting and that goes far beyond the particular eprode. 1 recall the first evening when the news of the butchery and dismemberment of the un^'med youth reached the radio and press and was blared in headlines All during that first evening and well into the night, wherever you went in Rome, you found knots of men huddled in dismayed discussion. The rest:, SSI I -ha continued. But as I think back to that first unl : .enable evening it strikes me that something new had happened, and hat carries a tor^boding for our age The memory ot those wandering dazed and unbelieving in the street.-, not knowwhat to do or tc whom or with what, calls up an image of other young men wandering on other streets r some not impossible future occasion. dazed, unbelievii fat mic death strikes home to them. I am r I n th I Italians or other Europeans are particularly obsessed with the i '" %  • They are not. There is very oi -. in E irep* • th* atomic facts of I fi ime Europeans %  he> have no hysteria al I as Americans (o, but I IJ th; I they terribly little awareness THURSDAY-:Rome If I under-tood Robert \ y right y • his n( G -e-:Antheneum), there isn": much hope for the human race thest d.i>s if you have to bas it on the assumption that man is born in innoe hat unlike other animals .quely and spiritually endowed with God's gifts that he is 'he center of the universe and here to staj thawhat is evil in him is the result not of nature but of society, that was is an excrescence which is alien to his true nature and which can be cut away like a fingernail paring. If pacifists. unilaterah-t< and other absolute moralists believe this they and mankind are in for rough weather For. says Ardrey we are Cain's children and carry Cain's heritage, which is nothing more nor than the heritage of what m?n inherited from a billion or more years of life on the earth and perh;-.p< a million years of the life of the not-yetman primates and then of man h mself. Democratic Club Elects Officers Wall} Gluck is pros, enl f the • Club oi '• • s 'i the cl Henri Abrahi • • %  Ii ::' Sal %  vic< presi ireas "s. Vh ian Gluck, i rr -; ling secseti r> R iberl S sec retarj Mrs Rose B and Alfr %  rms I the b< k A rs l: .. line S .Louis • \ % %  of go\ rs • %  • loseph Elman, Dr. \. Gluck, Df Artl V ::.ser. ai ry Abral ams. Harry Lev) serves as execu ive mem Urge Tax Aid For Veterans Florida's Jewish War Veterans have urged executive and legislative action to increase the tax allowance for disabled veterans from $500 to SI.000. 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Page 12 A. +Jenist ncrkJiari Friday. December 29 lggj Mas ':'%  left receives a Founder's Award citation ct the :.:~t annivenw ry brunch oi the American Histadrut Develcpment Foundation al the Waldorf-Astoria in New York. Dore Senary, noted playwright and movie mogul, presiied at the function, which marked another year of rnoki.izino long-term mrnitnaents in the form of will? bequests, and insurance policies for the long-term deve'.opment proqrems cf Histadrut in Israel. The brunch was a fea;ure of the 28th annual convention of the National Committee for Labor Israel, whose executive director. Dr. Sol Stein (right), mede the presentation to Hecht. Dr. Westin Due At Beth Sholom Dr. Alan F. Westm. associate pror ol Law and Government at mbia University, will speak on. -Jewish Strategy, fcedrge Roqfo well and the John Birch Society"" ,; the Collegt Homecoming service , a well-known authority constitution law. He has written several '.H.okOil the subject and lectured widelj in this field. Dr. Westin has appeared on the television program, "Open End," and his articles have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Commentary, Saturday Review, Nation, New Republic, and other publications. Ore of his best-known works is The Anatomy of a Supieme Curt Decision." Horn %  tudents :n of B-. • • "< I. AI!1 panic; pa re in \ anous c; the %  %  Mr ard Mr> Irving Westin will Homecoming At Beth David At College Homecomin:: services F ay evening J.\ Beth David, the relation will be addressed by Arthur Shvr. \Va>hington and Lee ersity Lexir;i.'l(n. Va : Roberta Daum. Sophie New comb College. NewOrlesr,-. La : and Ronald Ja-.ip. T.'mvers.'> <•: Florida. I ainesvi Theme f r th evening will be • Thi Jfi -' Student and Ihe Conternpoi .%  S< A ill officiA symj shim n the s jeel bat 1 %  n let Alan Kai *r Iowa I'nii • •:•-.• %  • .. il ati along with ,* lithKazer.S phu b ColI e. and Alan -• i i she in, I'niver^t> of Chic agi S'nenkman Speaks Here At the Dec. 20 luncheon meeting uf the Miami Beach Zionist District held in the Ritz Plaza hotel. Sam Shenkman spoke on "Light and Truth." and Dr. A. Wolf-on iseussed current events. Jacob C. Fishman and Joseph Ma'.ek were chairmen Guest Speaker At Folk School Dr. Rachael Yarden. who recently arrived I m Israi I. will be guest -:-._aker al :'".<. Oneg Shabl ath gl\ en by tli Pii ski Folk v • Friday evening a; the Farband : Zionist Culture Center. 842 Washington av. Dr. Yarden was in ;hi> country ng thi second world war and served as director of the Latin American set ti< n i I h e Ji Agency Fiagler-Granada New Year's A Ne Yearparty will be held Sunday evening al Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 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Friday. December 29. 1961 +JewlstinDrldian Page 13-A %  FROM THE TALMUD Unmarried Teachers jpirke Je-Rahhsnu hvKodosh, 7. H Jose bd' HjNiln narrated .:, following: "Once as I walked ,,„ the road. I beheld a distinguish<.J personage m costly an I %  Cod then led a hu. i %  u %  "!{ whathe replied, ed?" I lined • %  • rogue s as thou go to homes %  % %  the matroni out Sages ,. t ai : • their lic-u'Iv and minds are like %  children To greet them • el -i". : I "later; he who re• %  • Gehenna; and ..;-,. m I leti leath Blessed Righteous Judge shall hare • ..c in tiie V\ orid-to-Come. Ulebrew C— onversation %  nam nxitfn rtrpa D-:ir'x-in D-73'3 las %  T %  T • T : vpnb papn nan iD ,v ?nn T : : v r %  T : V bs nhwn ^bx 1 ? rrpsritf mint nnrp •?# nmatfn nvpnpn nixa •?# jsnnn *?5n 9fFI tfflp 1950 ro#3 na$nn (a^ni nixa •? ruicftnn naraiin • T r -: nnis?D nfrorw anaa T : • T : np>a nny "i t$a .naipnn ^n *?3a BTK (2 00,000) ra ,mm^ -wax nangna I %  • T ; v T -: np'isi n^iu man ,"jx#n •IT M T : • : T : pn .-mx matfn mra "70 i • •• T v T T : "-! Bftenj ins rnann nx m mnaa rn ltfx .a-a^an I -i i T v —. • : ,0*113 nxtfii jtMv nnas rvna mains) 1UHSLATI0N Srt ,o^ X//< Belief in God and Regard For Man Central to Jews By RABBI MAURICE KLETN Southwest Jewish Center The two fundamentals oi our religion are belief in God and regard t->r man. The belief in God has most meaning when we view God as inere.ted in our daily conduct and affairs. Maimcnides thus began the 13 principles of faith: "1 believe that the creator creates and guides all creatures and is ever responsible for all events." We believe that the children of Israel came t 0 Egypt by divine design This fact is stressed by a rabbinical comment on the first verse in Exodus, the reading oi which begins on this Sabbath in all synagogues "These are the names of the children oi Israel who came to Egypt." -S e r v 1 c e 9 Jhi 9 • lAJ e e k e n d Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of "tneTT lateness. RABBI MAURICt KLt'N belief fundamental "Who came into." remarked our sages, "for a needed task" to fulfill the requirement.for theil becoming worthy to accept the Torah, and to spread Gods teachings to the people of the world. In addition and of utmost importance, they were to prepare for the acquisition of the promised land—Israel. All of us know that there is no achievement of anything worthwhile without suffering. Through suffering we learn to meet the inevitable crises of life, and consequently emerge more mature men and women. The immortal sage of th"> Talmud. Rabbi Akiba. clearly states that "it was only through suffering that Israel obtained three priceless and coveted gifts: the Torah. the land of Israel and "Olom Habah.'" the world 1 to come. "God told Moses." comment; the Midrash. in the Torah reading of ; this Sabbath, "Moses, do you not feel that I am with the Israelies in their suffering'' Note well the place from which I am speaking to you; from a thorny bush It is as if I personally were dwelling in grief.*' There is a deep meaning conveyed to us by this mi Irashic homily: that even human suffering is purposeful, for suffering will end and a better life will ultimately be attained l Our belief in God is acadenvc unless we believe that God guides the 1 history of nations, as well as the history of our individual personal lives. I And if we believe in providence, then we should have hope that Justice 1 will inevitably triumph. Thishould give us the impetus to fulfill our I duly to help effectuate a more decent world, a brighter tomorrow and i a happier New Year. The Museum of th Holocaust And Uprising from the very beginning, the members of the kibbutz decided to s d up the documentation center 1 IOM function was to collect documents of the extermination of European Jewry and the destruction of hundreds of Jewish commumt.es. In 1950, the first exhibition of [books and documents of that |Period took place. Since then, Bv er 200,000 people have visited "'e place from all parts of the t'untry and also from abroad. In r ie exhibition there may be seen, |amonc, other things, an exact large [stale plan of one extermination camp xhe plan was prepared by P''eof the few persons who was in %  s camp and survived. By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX What is a "Matxevah?" In the Bible t l ; expression "Matzevah" set ms 1 have seven I connotations It was a monument erected tar ot worship as was tii" cas • ol Jacob who took a reck ami made il it .1 "Mateevah" iver which ho poured oil to anoint it and which he declared to be a 'house of G< d Gen. 28:18-21) I it was alsi 1 r >ck winch was placed as a sign to remember an event or an agreement as in I h e case ol j Jacob who set up such a rock as a memento of his understanding with Laban iGen. 31:44-52). The connotation applied to the term "Matzevah" I >daj is its third form of usage in the Bible which is a marker for the grave oi a loved one Mich as Jacob placed over the grave of his beloved Kachael. (Gen. 35:20). Originally, it 1doubtful as to whether these -tone markers 0 the grave bore any inscription. It may be possible to assume that the custom 01 placing monuments over graves involved the idea of marking the place off as hallowed eround. or as a symbol of an understanding between the living and the dead. Why do people wait 12 months before setting up a tombstone? The general reason given for this practice is that the dead are not forgotten before 12 months are passed. There is thus "0 need to make any sign to remember theu. %  rave It would even seem to be an insult that one would need a Bign so soon after the passing ot o„Vs beloved in order to remember the place or the person. T is prepared in Co operau >n u-itJ %  Spiritual LeadI r Miami Rabbin' | coT A RAHIil MAS i IPSCHITZ I Cotitribui R\HBI SOI OMON SCHIFP Gems of Wisdom (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit) What are the abbreviated expressions at the beginning and at the end of the Hebrew inscriptions on tombstones? The opening abbreviation is one of two letters. "Peh" and "Nun" which stands for "Poh Nitman" or Toll Nikbar." meaning "here is hidden" or -here is buried." The closing abbreviation is made up of the letters "Tof." "Nun," "Tzadek," "Beth." "Heh." which means "May his soul be bound up with the bonds of eternal life." Teacher* and Teaching li llin. 107. Rali Abba, the f*Mie &( >.'"''"' 1 found hi 1 u-eeping "Whj do von weep?" he asked. \i. teacher struck me. the boy replied. •\V!,v did he strike you B( ,..,,, / fed his child without leashing my hands before. %  \ \h\ did you not wash? The boy replied "Should I wash mv hands if 'he child eats? "You are right, my son said Hob Abba, "a teacher, who docs „,„ fc„oui ehoroughN tne regufcichould noi ,"'. *,',"* another '. : i ''"'"' AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7301 Cirlyle ve Orthodox. RabDi Isaac ever. -•BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. r'rlilav vr, p.m I "olli •-• Homecoming Halilwlh, Sermon: "The .lewinh College Student anil the Contemporary .1, u Nh Seene." Suturila> '* u.m. Sermon "The KIKI nt n Kr i liar MilsVlll li, :.,:.!. ~ i Mi ..ii.I Mi > AI 1 lohlnei Kennel It, .•:. ..i Mr. .. nd Millx Burr — • — BETH EL. 5C0 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rahbi Solomon Sr.h.rf I-1 i.I.n S:i: rl • 'The I Come lo I.I '< i; r l.ollls .%  '. %  Ii i %  :/.!.. II \, • \ %  i! i .;in of .i, v\ i-h i ;.i i ii i in Sunn ila> Xlllll .. II Si I mi II Me • III. II. Challi iittew." Ilai \U /\ .li Mi-! Ion, :' Mr. UIHI Ml Hern am It.i -•BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. IVIday 1:13 p.m. Sermon: "We II. Kolve Amiln an. I Au.iin Saturday • 15 .. in. I Jai Mitxvali: Andrew, win oi Mr uud Mm Th li re Levy. — • — [BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Krltlii) 5:23 p.m. Sati nut} a.m. Ser mun; Ke> lo Kedemptlon • — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Prlila.v .:i". i.iii Saturdu) : ;" a.m. Sermon: "K-Nodu* The Kiernal Refugee Problem Bar Mltivali: I .-.HI ..i Mr. iiinl Mir Ml. %  !,.., .-Iniiiiz.-k — • — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthocox. Julius Sapero. president. HYIdu} 'i p.m. Saturda} :' u m. — • — BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen baum. Ir i-in > '.I". an.I 8:31 p.m. Sermon: ••('i..-.-. %  -. MesuioM and Antl-Semltlnm." Saturda) v i "' i.nt. liar Mltivali: Stephen, .-..n Mr and Mrs lam,-Kakumn; Llo..l, son of Mr and Mi >. Benjamin Lindaui i — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 5:15 and :30 p.m Sermon: -old Jew und New." Saturda) 9 a.m. — • — OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 1P3-d St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emani.el Mandel. Pi idu i S:15 p.m. S. ni I'aiiifln Iers for Our People." lines Shabbal and .ii-. iiiwli a of "Sun Ival of Judaism in the Modern World Saturda) :,, ,, m Sermon "Portion ..i the Week • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Gerald Lerer. Cantor George Goldberg. • — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th &f e-. Conservative. R-.bbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. I ridu i 3 an I >>:1" I 1 m Sei mi n A \. M v. ai." Sal iril.i) ? a i % %  Bin Mn/,., Harold I i of Mm. Cla i li. Stanley. — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrlield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Pi i,i %  v s |i in. r i — i lati % %  v Ice -...i-.,:i S % %  p.m Sern 'ii "The Man it, hin i i' hii iinn'n Capture." Satui • i:i\ ill a.m. Sermon: "A G i Name — • — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATON. 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Fi-i.1.n 3 p.m. Satunlay 9 a m. — • — MINVONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. -• — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 643R SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. ii p.m. Sermon: "The Nome II i II ...i: Saturda) 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah Phillip, .-a. of Mr. and Mrs. i...i,n Spitsei. — • — TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zuckfr. Cantor Abraham Renman. Prlda) 8i80 p.m Sermon: '•Reaponsliniiiv at a Jew Katurda) 9 a.m. Sermon: "The End of the old and the Beginning of ihe New." Bar MIUvah: Oar) Sherman, son ..f Mr. ami MrI'avis. — • — TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Ir j,i.,, 1:30 p.m. Sermon "Are our ... student* aa [deallatlc aa The > Pned i" Be?" Sat irda) li:IS a.m. Baa Mitsvah: Uaabeth, daughter of Mr. •in.I Mrs. Jack Diamond; Robin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Seldlti h TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jatfe. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sinland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. R a r < i Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Cottlieb. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monrnst. Conservative. -bbi *muel Merdelowiti. i"i Ida) >" :;,> P '•''Baa Mltsval RoGEMS OF WISDOM One equality should not be granted tn Jews as a reward: it hould he conferred on them as an imilienabU right BOERNE • r-.ft: tliousan I Fre • arose : mo %  >. i ts a< •'• %  e.< spends ..: • on whethe %  to ..... Motiu for Jewi ei ipatii it, A-ei I. 1789 • There I % %  a tiwe i '" .' tsl; who is J l:-u or a Ch for i.'itJew i" i uiil ht ; i" European lau's an i bute to tlitr welfare ite. Only a larburun Situation iJil luilderr II HERDtR. Our etna 't be %  rle:e until we are free of ilm fear of being Jews. KAPLAN /; \,>ii wish •' jew* •' become SfriiT men anil useful citizens then banish ererv humiliati i: re : ipen to ili^m every avenue of gainisg a livelihood. MIRABl M %  helle, il.iR-iii-r of Mr. and Mra Edward Harrln Sai urda) 9 a m Bar Mitsvah: Melvyn, aon >.i Mr. and Mrs. AI Qoldberg. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasa ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronen. Cantor David Conviser. • TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Frlda) vr. p.m. Sermon: "When our Children \-:> I'M Vbout the Pomilblllt) ..i Nuclear War." — • — TEMPLE JUDE. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. (•Yiila) vl.'i p in. ColleRi Sabbath. Sermon: "When Men On Mad." Saturda) I":-" a.m, iiar Mitivah: Keith, son i>f Mr. and Mrs, Louis Piiu hot — • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Cantor Edward Klein. Prlda) 5:13 p.m. > %  on "A N'i w Vear, A Ne i '• Saturda: • a.m. Sermon: "The I' irtion of the Law Bar Mitsvah Mark, son of Mr. and Mis Dai Id a Imnn. — • — TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg Prhla) S:l." p Se 'i an : 'i • V. ir I9til in II -ir.-:•• %  i Sal irda: R 45 a.m. Sermon: "Wi Bar Mit/\ .li Phillip, son oi Mr, and Mra. Ilw ill I'll! — • — TEMPLE S NAI OF NORTH M'AMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bpnno M. Wallach, Prlda) 8 I." -• TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday R:30 p.m Sermon: "Thi Doi an I ; j,i-i \ \ 30 p.m "i ur i "olli •-.Mi -i and Women T ike the P ilplt. Hati I da) 9 a.m. Sen "what'a In a Name?" TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Heim. Prlda) B IS p.m. Sermon: "When Rulers Turn Into Tyrants." Oneg shai.i. ai hoRta: Mr. and Mra Sydney lilatt in honor of birth .'f their son. Saturda) 9 a m Sermon: "Weekly Portion ..I the Law." — • — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Friday SiSO p.m, Sermon: "All Kin.is of Names." Oneg Bhabbal in.sis: Mr. and Mriiy r.aa-ii In honor of Golden Wedding anniveraar) ..f lii." pari. in.-. Mr. and Mra. Sol Potash. • — iYEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Frlilav s:i.". p.m. 1 Sermon: "Looking Forward." Baa Mitivah: Fran %  daughter ..f Or. and Mra. Marry liaulkln. Batnrday ? a.m. liar Mitivah: Mark .Singer. I'liunnnuamiimMi CANDUUGH7ING TIM 22 Tebet — 5:24 pjn. iidDMPihifii'T'r'iu-': %  "• % %  • %  %  %  %  i



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Page 14-A +Jen ist> FfcrkJ/ibn Friday. December 23, 1951 Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Some Presidents Proved They Can be Very Humorous Indeed r HEN A PRESIDENT tells a good story about a Jewish member of his abinet. it belongs to Jewish history too Vhat wouldn't we give if those archaelogists. Prof. Yadin or Dr. Glueck. %  ouM dig up some parchments with the okes of the Jews of those days! President Kennedy, addressing the .abor convention at Miami, told how Secretary Of Labor Goldberg, following the recent speeches by the President, stressing the need of physical fitness, had gone with a prrty mountain climbing in Switzerland. Somehow Mr. Goldberg got separated from the rest of the party. It was feared he was lost. •"•So." said the 1 resident, -they sent out search parties The Red Cross went around and around, calling •Goldberg. Goldberg. It's the Red Cross Then a voice came down the mountain. "1 already gave at the office. President Wilsen frequently quipped with BiWtca-lovertor.es. There is a verse in Psalms. "It is better to be a door keeper in the house of the Lord than dwell in the tents of iniquity." The reason for that, explained Wilson, is that if you are at the door and you don"t like the speech or the sermon, you can get out quickly. Before his entrance into politics, as President ot Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN The Hot Case of Uzi in Israeli Politics Jerusalem O FF AND ON "lzi." the famous submachine gUD. has been croppii I up as a weapon in the hands Of Israels opposition parties Invented by Uzi (Uziel I Gal in the days ot thi War of Independence. 1: has been widely recognized as one ot the best in its field. More than 200.000 "Uzis" have been exported by Israel to a number ot countries, some of Which have adopted it as their standard equipment. The "Uzi" is manufactured in Israel, as well as byUN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Another Beginning United Nations S ENSATIONAL AS IT may seem, highly experienced observers lure are asserting that the United Nations has entered a new era in regard to Arab-Israeli relations. They base tins optimism on the [act that, for the first time since he late forties or early titties, a rosoli d officially before the United Nations called for direct peace neogtiations between the Arab states and Israel. The step, considered unthinkable until now. was taken before the General Assembly's special political committee, which debated the hot Arab refugee e Fifteen member states—eight ot them from countries in Africa below the Sahara, six Latin American states and one European. The Netherlands—made this daring move Going far beyond the immediate issue of the Arab refugees, the resolution appealed to the Arab states and Israel "to undertake direct negotiations with a view to finding a -olution for all the questions in dispute between them, including the question of Arab refugees." It is immaterial that the resolution was almost immediately c'oomed to burial when the United States delegation said, through a spokesman, that such a move at this time is -impractical The significant fact is that the move was made. The last time the United Nations passed a resolution envisaging Arab-Israel peace, at least on the Suez Canal front, it was adopted by the Security Council 10 years ago—on September 1. 1951 Since that date, only the Israelis have been persistent in bringing up at every turn their demands for direct p?ace talks with the Arabs. When Israel".:-.-er.ee on this point was not denounced (as it always been and -till i< being labeled by the Arab^:: ganda. it was deemed b> others her-, ^> cal The attitude has been Why talk about peace? It cant happen. The Arabs wont nave With all due respect to the L'ni gation an^ other* practicing such taper15 co-sponsors of the proposal have 1 vhy not try? The co-sponsors ha\ m : Let us see who will turn th;trael or the Arabs— or both The resolution aa Icnge The introduction of the resolution -'inot in itself, a su-prise It has been predicted that art er:p f'on was to be expected from the Africans who are j.:st plain weary of the Arab diatribes against Israel, and are determined to do something concrete in regard to all Arab-Israeli issues. The surprise lay only in the breadth of the list of co-sponsors. It may be worth listing them here in order to see that scope clearly They included the Central African Republic. Chile. C0C30 (Branaville). Costa Rica. El Salvador. Guatemala. Ivory Coast. Haiti. Liberia. Madagascar. The Netherlands. Sierra Leone. Togo. Upper Voita and Uruguay One notes that there is not one pro-Soviet country on that list. •he veil-known Belgian arms factory • Fabnque Na,!e." which has acquired the patent rights tor i's production. Last year a controversy raged over the sale of '•Uzis" to Weal Germany, and to this day it is the subject Of heated debates whenever the occasion arises Several months ago the issue came up again In connection with a report that "Uzis" were sold to Portugal -nd that they were being emplo>ed by the Portuguese forces in Angola, thus—it was charged— indirectly involving Israel in a colonial campaign directed against the people of Angola A special Ministerial Committee was then appointed to look into the matter. Its findings, submitted to the Government, were that no "Uzis" have been sold to Portugal However, the committee did submit a set of recommendations aimed at preventing the resale of arms purchased from Israel to any turd "undesirable party:" Now the matter came up once more. This time, an Israel magazine published a report claiming that. despite the denials. "Uzis" were in the hands ot Portuguese soldiers fighting in Angola. The magazine reproduced a photograph showing Portuguese ildiers carrying submachine guns which, the maga*tine insisted, were "Uzis." Indeed, they looked like "Uzis," but aims experts brushed aside the evidence as hardly nroving anything There are several typos 'f submachine guns—they said—which look almost identical to the "Uzi." In the Knesset. Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres vehemently denied the report of the magazine. Israel, he declared, never sold any arms to Portugal He said it was true that some months ago the rtrguese authorities had approached "FN." and ced an order for "Uzis." but the Belgian firm mquired whether Israel had any objections and after [rael did Object, the Portuguese order was turned down, Mr Peres produced before the Knesset copies if the exchange of letter:between "F.N." and Israel's Defense Ministry testifying to this effect. Some have po>ed a more fundamental questl namely whether Israel ought to be exporting arms altogether It is Torah rather than arm.that should go iorth from Zion. they said. However correct this argument might be. the question 1a more involved one than it may appear on the surface Involved is the question of Israel's ability to maintain an arms production of her own The need for this no one disputes. Indeed, it is generally recognized as imperative "But you canr.ot have it both ways." say* Mr Peres. In order to maintain her own arms industry Israel must also secure markets abroad. Otherwise it could not bear the heavy burden of production, research and constant improvements which such an industry demands. Says Mr Peres The burden is heavy enough as it i> From Hollywood: HERBERT G. LUFT Princeton University, Mr. Wilson heard a member of the faculty of Columbia boasting of the great vitality ot hia college as compared to others. "It's only natural." Wilson humorously commented, "for Sripture has it. "The Keeper of Israel neither slumbereth nor sleepeth'." (At the time. Princeton had virtually no Jewish students while Columbia had a considerable contingent) Of course there is the well known story ot President Tatt and bis Jewish tailor who came at a public reception to shake r he Presidential hand. The Jewish tailor waj >ery proud of making the pants for the President. You had to be a genius of the craft to make the pants tor n distinguished a personality. For the bottom part ot Taft's expansive personality, you needed, it was said, enough cloth to make a masthead for a ship. Alas, the President I'idn't seem to recognize the Jewish tailor when he extend ed his hand •Don"t you know me?" said the Jewish tailor. • %  [ made your pants "Oh. Waj Pants." exclaimed Taft. "How are you"'' It world seem that the Democratic Presidents have more humor. The Republicans usually have more money and that's probably the reason. The poorer Democrats laugh because they haven't got all the worries rich ; have over investments and such things. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR His Trial Was Fair w HTH THE EICHMANN trial over, the American public is -•>"• realizing "hat Israel hagiven Eichmann a fair trial and that Isliaei was the proper place for the trial This has been established by a study of the American Jewish Committee. Last May. a month _] after the trial started. 71 percent of Americans queried in a Gallop Poll thought that Eichmann wa getting a fair trial and 21 percent had no opinion. The percentage of those who believe hreceived a fair trial is greater now and includes even American> who were originally opposed to he trial being held in Jerusalem. The AJC report indicates that better educated Americans were less in favor of Israels undertaKing the trial than were the less educated. The educated non-Jews had preferred trial by an international court. However, since the opening of the trial these Americanbecame aware of the fact that no international tribunal exists and. because of the cold war. none could be brought m'o existence to handle the Eichmann case They alo woke up to the fact there Is no Germany, but rather two Germanicthat the 'rial Cv>uld not properly be held in either segment >f Germany. But what is more important—watching the t mann trial clcsely, they realized that Israi furnishing as ju-t and fair a tribunal as could provide • country They also realized their object! rts I holding the trial in Israel bj Israeli court were based on highly abstract cor.cept.ons. It if new obvious that the majority of th se Americans who originally doubted the fairr.esof the trial have changed their minds. • • • JEWISH ART: A great number of exhibitions works by Jewish artists is now taking place in York. I have visited some of them and was especially impre-sed with the works of Irwin Touster. a modern American sculptor Although most of hiexhibited pieces are on general themes, the sculptor has a few pieces of specific Jewish art which attract great interest. There was. for instance, his Menorah. commissioned by Temple Beth Sholom in Koslyn. NY. Caligari' and Progress in the Cinema World i —Hollywood pOBERT L. LIPPERT. till recently a of low -budgeted action films. the or.e-mill'.on-dollar-plus category, by remaking a classic of the earlier European screen. "Caligan." The silent version, an expressionistic picture made by Erich Pommer in Berlin, was the first to be brought from Germany to this country after World War I. It so happens that the man responsible for the import of "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligan" in 1921 is the very same Samuel Goldwyn whose studio is being used for the remake of the picture over 40 years later. The background of the current opus, a Twentieth Century-Fox release, is a modern-day America mansion equipped with the most modernistic gimmicks. Yet. author Robert Bloch. of "Psycho." and screen-play collaboratordirector Rober Kay remained faithful to mood, theme and thesis of the original written by Carl Mayer and Hans Janowitz whose ideas revolutionized the cinema of 1919. It is interesting to note that today's "Caligan" is the first Hollywood feature to be classified under the ne • Sex Perversion Regulations" of the Johnston office now has been approved after only minor changes •*?• %  *] it has been so cleverly written that the viewer i*"* 8 "" to make up his own mind about interpretation What 0 the surface appears obscene and lewd may never happened. Ever since he was a small boy in Alameda near Oakland. Robert Lippert has been dreaming of a *( a"S a picture of his own design. It was the very first P' he saw as a youngster of twelve, the movie wnicn: n cinema. Lippert comes trom a Jewish pioneer family whoj tied early in Northern California. His father died w he was 13. c Lippert tells me that "Caligari." with complete Bjg scoring, will cost one and a quarter million dollar* Erich Pommer. who long retired lives in a e (U r-ricn rornmer, wno long reiirea ura %  •*" \ e a Angeles, reveals that his original was completed 1 than $18,000 with the world-famed expressionist totaling only $800. This is progress in cinema.



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'%  : ,i ntei S, .':In > Tl'd-.. -. llenoi B, trustees and all %  ; leu ha\ in-; or claiming t" .nix right, title or Interest li n|ieitj hen in d< scribed. are lieri b> notified thai 11 i • .. .1 iction ha %  bei n Inagainsl you In the I'll ill ut of tin Judli Ial i 'ircull f I I fin i >adi i (ountj lo foi • % %  ... i rtsa -• i|ion ih. follov ng nil, i. % %  i IRST vnniTio.N v ;. ICSTATES SI'BsioN i 'i" Plat i, nrdi ,i In rial lli ,•!. ~>3 al r l>||i i;. nd* of Flui Ida. %  i Kang< Modi i Rl i Refrigi atoi Modi EA B n i '" fib your an|il:iinllfl • ..i111-].• int ::li the ,f tin aforesaid C rl then of upon (ilalni Iff't • • .\l \RTIN FINE, llth I looi %  -, leral Ing, Miami :::!, iter than Januai > 16 ;•.. %  ,, Pro Confi irlU be •. i (| against > ou, ... ivi'i mlii r 13. : % %  %  I.I: -. I IIKKMAN. Cl< k i.l lade i 'ounty, f lorlda H\ K II LAN WAY, Depul Clerk TIN FINE foi Plaintiff i nun l ladi Federal Build Ili n.i.i 12 22-29, l -.-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \, in: I> HEREBY GIVEN that ndi rsianed, d< siring lo %  ngage In -.iii.i, r il" fictitious name of l IXIE PRINTING INK MFG, A SEPPLIEPS al 2930 X.W. ::.'ih .\\.-.. Ml! %  ;., Intend! to register said with the i'ii ik of the Circuit : ol Bade County, Florida. LESLIE l' 1 RR< Sole i iwner ONARP KALISH for A| pllcant "'' : ''^' MI.M. \OT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that gned, desiring t" engage in er thi in tltlouf name of NT IACTORY OF FLOR.. i: imli Court, Hialeah Bald name itli t of the Cln C rt of Dade i li rlua N.I AM IX |i LE Bi 'FF %  :RT %  %  Vpplli .ml er SI Miami 22-2* NOTICE UNDER FC1 ITIOUS NANiE LAW :.HEREBY GIVEN thai %  -Ism d, di siring to • ngage in name of VYTi'X INTERNATIONAL atis20 i .. M ml, Florida ln. register said nan %  wltli the ,l thi i ii. an Court of Dada Ploi Ida. VLFREP I.. Pl'IG ,-• W \l:l' Il TERRY ;.. owm %  rd Street r. -. Florida 12 S-13-22-29 %  •' .. CIRCU.T COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL C^CUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. No 61C 12174 SOR IAnSE STEIN. % %  aii WITKl. STKTN. 'V 0 -C E : BY PUBLIC.' %  y, • IEORGE % % % % %  %  %  -i:N ti perv. %  IN -E COLNTY JUOGE'S CO. c IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 54494 late V1V1 \N ANNA PACE ANN • i. IN. NOTICE TO CREDITORS A |i n % % % % % %  %  nd All Pers mi I i Ing c Blmi • • i" manda Againai ?i o Yoi .. • -•• %  %  notified %  • i ain may have ag ,, X.V1AN \NN 1 i ANNA GERbTEIN t, %  'I •., • i %  • e in d '"'li •• 1 %  %  their ... County, Tl" f the first p II Hi • %  NOTICE UNDER CICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that nderslgned, desiring lo engage in -under the fictitious name Mi iDERN ASSOCIATES at 1521 ton Avenue, Miami Beach, I i n ti mis to register said name the Clejrk of the Circuit Court of .untv FloYlds | .RGE W ZIMMERMAN VON ZAMFT AKRAVIT3 • %  fpi Api Ik ant ?r aa ,l/8.15.2.l :*. < • %  .. • • ivHl bi ..,*. %  : 1I • r z. %  II : tor J ..... NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N .TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that • d, deslrlrfg to i ng iga In > imi)i i ih. tti-itii-Ws name of ER1 aj mi B W. sth • pioi] •• %  :> to reg.--.., ... t with il.'-' '" f the f.-lH •'.: %  ) %  >".. t.. Plor. ,v M i .K.-itW '. %  •I MK llES A: l U T'i ifi,. PlJIl a .... %  8-1! -:.'-^9



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Page 16-A t'Mnist FkridHar? Friday. December 29, iggj Celebrate Our 6th Anniversary A FLAG^EB FEDERALS \ '} JANUARY 2-10 After several years of planning and hard work, Flagler Federal*s new home office building is nearly complete and now we*d like you to be our guests during our "open house" celebration. We're proud of this newest landmark in downtown Miami and we'd like to share this achievement with you. 10i N.E. FIRST AVENUE This also will give us an opportunity to say "thank you" to our friends and neighbors who have made it possible to build one of the finest savings and loan associations in the nation. There will be souvenirs for all and you can pick up your entry blank in Flagler Federal's "Write a Slogan Live Six Months Rent-Free" contest. You also are invited to visit either of Flagler Federal's offices from January 2nd through January 10th (our Sixth Anniversary) and select one of these lovely gifts' when you open or add to your Flagler Federal savings account. •500 ACCOUNTS WEAKER TEA KETTLE-,^WU. •^liajJAJ-r *£ %  £ SAUCE PAN-V^ SStfiSSSSMt 'vr u ^^ H ^ w b^r ,r u.-co-.coo^^. •250 ACCOUNTS TRAVEL KIT BY HERITAGE10' PLAID TRAVEL BAG 21' lo. UFE UTE FLASHLIGHT-Rh.r f k.t. t-y-opeo con.tructK. cn-h13'V hifh.6" d~p. Zipp lock. k.y. W. Ju-tp^C ><.< %  .ny ordproof d.^.Ucproof Lain. Hvy wov Trtn P Ud. Pock*l n>odei Id*i for LDATV *urk


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ovnan s lUorU ISABEL GROVE I acy bumb>ershoots, pink, while and silver decor at the Algiers hotel for the kitchen shower given by Mrs. .lack Ruthi Pnoick last Saturday for Nikki Kraus Future bride cute as a bunny as >he looked in bewilderment at all the cooking equipment presented to her Wore an ensemble ol powder blue Seated skirt and sleeveless cardigan with while blouse and nrchids • • ^ fc;r mother. Yvette (Mrs. Mickey) Kraus. chose a sleeveless raw silk beige and while slim sheath with Mondriai of oranggo vertical and horizontal lir.es Hostess in a i white knit from Israel which she originally modeled uhile on theSS Jerusalem cruise recently Featured a ribbed overblouse in ta ngerine with cowl neck Also a: the head l Kikki's cousin, Sue Rose, in a hop sack shift Mrs K sis t e tt\ Mrs. Howard) Roth in full-skirted stained glass silk print in I, a( | ( 0 f purp lo and blue Other relatives included Nikki's „ tJil other, VTi'v Dora Kraus. and aunts Mrs. Sam (Fayel Rcse H rs Marvic Dillof, and Mrs. Hy Shubin A lingerie shower will Le given for Nikki next Saturday at the Sevilli hotel. Hostesses will be Yvette'.Wednesday partners in j Mrs. Lou Gidney, Belli Mrs Emanueli rtrich Roz (Msrs. Whitey) Kirshberg, Hhoda (Mrs. Maury Mi Nikki r.d Jack Press, jr., will be married on Jan 27 at the i %  %  I '' • • • et an I Otto Fenias spreadig the news just received of erne oi Harriet's mete. Gail Games, cl New Jersey, and MarvinPe tuchec Gai! is a 1960 graduate of the University of Miami's school of music Marriage will lake place when her fiance, who ifi n the service in Kentucky, returns to civilian Tfcay'Ll live in California, where he is a registered pharmither engagement: Barbara Eisman. 1375 Dayionia rd., avid Zotaerg, of West Englewood. N.J. \ fan party for Joe and Bernie Weiner Wednesday night Originally from Chicago, the Weiners have lived here for 10 bill are now moving to Palm Springs. Calif. The dinner (or 40 at Victor Bidone's DeContinental also marked Joe's 60th birthday %  • Friends saying a reluctant "au revoir" included lack %  Hel'T and wife Phvllis. the David Roamas and I .'. Silver marv %  York, and the Bernard Silvermans. ot Cbicagi %  %  Mr and Mrs. Joseph Epstein, 1211 Pennsylvania ave. will %  55 years of wedded bliss and Mrs. Epstein's T5th birthith a rteceotion on Monday Married Jan. 1. 1906. the have iived here since 1949 Surrounding them for the h'appv casion will be their children, Mr. and Mrs. Harrj SchulMr a:! Mrs. Lester Epstein and family, and Mrs. Ann Jewish Floridian M iami. Florida. Friday, December 29, 1961 Section B MAM VinttVI PITCH IN Women of I Combined is i Vppi ll w ith :, tin ..• sh I I -a litio i ol ic %  i in ai enti • CJA phila ives a :;. c| • ii its on ass l share cf tile i %  •. %  • %  the 1 '62 New Horizons campaign — ils anticipating the needs of the needs of the Greater Miami Jewish community, as well as nationally and overseas. all of i Miami Beach From Columbus Air Fcrce Ba>>' \ 2 Mark Schuldiner and wife Marty the Mat Mermelnd th Dr. Edward Epstein family, from New York City daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Abe Perloff, to aitend. %  he Ambassadors Ball at the Fontainebleau hotel on )r. Mordekhai Shneerson, Ambassad r il Israe to and Mrs. Shneerson were al.-o guests of honor at a luncheon Monday athe home of Mr. and Mrs Elias Halpern. 2153 Also from Mexico, the hosts" niece and nephew. Dr. a : Ml A lolfo Fastlicht, former Consul ii Mexico ol the State of Isral, and Mr. and Mrs. Gregorio Fainstein Local • ed Mrs. Rebecca Uilsenrad. Mrs Tillie Pines, Mrs. Fasl rtt's n • rther, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip F. Thau. Mr and Mrs. Braham Tru nks, the Morns Hirschs, and the Max Goulds, of K'aldi n. Masss. ... The annual New Year's Eve party given by Marly and Betty Grossmange I irger every year The walls of their Skj Lake home. 18B5'> NE 20th ct.. will really bulge this time they re expecting 150 guests. .<< %  \! ami B.-ach's own Poet Laureate. Ruby Levkoff, has selected president of the Laramore-Radar Poetry group for a second term Also had one of her poems chosen to appeal in a new anthology being published, -Southern Poets Today e Lerany Zilberts and Abe Eisenbergs off to the Rod ano Cun Club in Everglades City for a weekend of fishing Not so interested in fish as thc\ are in bringing hack "tall tales io dazzle friends Arlenc and Lame Blasberg. who have regaled them with the wonders of their recent trip to San Juan. Puerto Klco. Thomas in the Virgin Islands Beginning to believe his own press clippings. Sterling La vine. %  ral manager of the Montmartre hotel, which is sponsoring a "Trip toPamris" contest, has decided that what he and nis wiu will needwnen the season is over is a trio to Par,. .... For the Otis Mconeys. the season is over, that is the football Head coach at Miami High, they celebrated tneii SUCCe ses at Peterson's Steak Place. • *"* abb! id Mrs. Mordecia Podet entertained the olficerj i,. rs of TempiJudea. Coral Cable-, with a reci ir home last Saturday Presiding over the i e suv.c wen Mndaames William Weissel. Meyer Baskm. Sidnej Ru Irving Philipson, George Ba.ber and ChareRosenberg Blue and white with a soupcon of orange was the a ccra scheme at She dinner for 85 guests given at the home oi r %  •* Mrs Julian D. Lehman. 14M Stilhvater dr., n of honor at the festivities, catered by Sand-Ell. was son ho had just observed his l^ar Mitzvah After living in San Juan, Puerto Rico, fcr a> : Helen Farmer and her two sons, Michael, now a he UMI of Miami, and Johnny, have returned to Miami Leachi to O her father, W. B. Kraft Helen has opened th s P in the Lincoln Road Area aing to Europe and Isra I in March Exha'u sted after a series I farewell lu. Ken v.vk City, b always accompany their departure from *here they spend four months of the year, Marcj ... who meant to start off eight months of residency in we Di Lido bland by relaxing, find themselves caught up festivities occasioned by the holiday season %  • on „ The Henry Shiers held a reception Sunday ai •'•,;,,. So Mkmi ave.. where some 100 juests took ^e opportun heir newest son-in-law, Monroe Zi>PP • • ,, FluIl diar.. Edith,!, -Charmingly Yours'' columnist for The Je*lsn New co-chairmen for the 1962 New Horizons campaign are Mrs. Inez Krensky (lei:; and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Women leaders of the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal swing into action fcr the CIA Women's Division. Shown at an initial executive committee meeting are (left to right) Mrs Fay Ablin. initial gifts chairman icr the Women's Division; Mrs. Samuel Lipton. offerinq one of many suggestions aimed at making the 1962 New Horizons campaign a success: and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs Emil Friedlander (left, and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff in a "n discussionfollow* & *-£,*££ Safand urged even greater effort this time out. Pioneer Club Plans Session Phi Sigs Will Hear President At Friday Meeting Dr. Florence Denmark, national president, will address members and guests of Phi Sigma Sigma at a holiday 1 runch at the Seville Intel on Friday at 11 am ; he brunch is held annually at time i year by the Greater ami Alumnae chapti r : i all r l ibers visiting here an o] lity to meet and greet one her. Dr. Denmark is presently aft'ilii with Queens College of Flush i J, NY'., where she teaches psychology and serves in the field of c oinseling and testing. She is an active member of the American Psychological Assn.. Eastern Psychological Assn., Pennsylvania speech and Hearing Therapy Assn., the Society of Psychological Study o; Social Issues, and Sigma Phi : : tional scientific research honi ry. Officers of the Greater Miami ••. imnae chapter of Phi Sum.. S I ma are Mrs Robert Rosen, pre-: : .Mrs. Irwin Potash, first vice president; Mrs. Theodore Zalles, second vice president; Mrs. Donald I rank, third vice lent; Miss %  sklow, secre ary; Mrs. Mel Harrison, financi arj. Mrs. mour Kaplan, treasurer; an I Myles Eaton alumnae aJc isor. Reservation are being taken by Joseph Kli in, of 1335 Cortez, Coral Gables, and Mrs. Victor er, ol 1275 Marmla Ct ( Gables. i Auxiliary Plans Program for '62 Mrs. Norman Brown has been named program chairman ot Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary's first open meeting, it was announced this week by Auxiliary president, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Kicking off their activities for the new year, the meeting will be held Jan. 16 in the Dupont Plaza !. at which time all new memi rs will be honored, and interesti.i volunteers invited to enroll. Mrs. Brown's committee plans a program, both "stimulating an I entertaining." in which audience participation will play an important part. Principal speakers at the 10:30 a.m. event are to be announced shortly. Mrs Levin will report to members on the progress of the \ iviliary's in service training courses, which have been conducted by hospital administrator. SanI K Bronstein, dealing with hosil policy and procedures, and in specific volunteer services, The Auxiliary is also planning a number of social events in 1902, arting with a dinner dance ou i, 10. Meeting of the B< a Idelsoi Pioneer Women, %  • %  I ,!l r'sday. Jan 4. I pm, at Wa .. Fe( |eral Savings and L Normandy tsle, Mrs Isaac Offenhendcn pr.-said the program for .h* moon will stress American speaker will be Mrs. Vme Yanish, cultural chair:. recent South American tour osored by the Greater Miami IsBond Organization w ,e i I!e:ia [dels HI i lub Will : Saturday, 6. l p m at the home ot Mrs Wernick, 1327 Wesl ave. Mrs. Fannie Levine will re• Nachman Syrkin." by M Syrkin. Mrs. Esther Weinstein will entertain. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs Wernick and Ml. Mollie Goldscheid. New Year's Eve At Ner Tamid Temole Ner Tamid Sisterhood • Men's Club are sponsoring a z; a New Year's eve dinner and ce at the Sklar Auditorium on lay evening A complete kosher dinner will be sd, and Larry Blue and his orstra will provi i I music an I entertainment. Mrs Herman Frank is ctt On her committe M ; ""es Greenbe g, Ann Deul Louis Cohen. Hah:: Mervis, Mr. Dale Regent and Fred Deutsch. Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will h Id a card parts We evenii g in the social hall. Refreshments will be serve



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Page 2-B +Jmist> fhrkBan Friday, December 29, lggj Kennedy Aide Thanks Miamian for Gift of Verse \ former Miami woman recently Mrs. Sonia Gerbert. who lived at received an expression gratitude i frorn Pre-;.lent Ker.ne.iy through !•;special assistant, RalptA the President following his recent speech before the United Nations. Mr. Kennedy "is most appreciative! Of the ijood will toward him andhijl family which you expressed ia| verse." Mrs Gerbert now lives v. \\A {an told Mrs. C.eroert that Essex House hotel in Miami BeacaJ Temple Ner Tamid PTA plans Jewish Music Month p'ocrram. Front row ileft to right) are Mrs. Ralph Mervis, presider.' c: PTA; Mrs. Don Prichason, secretary. Second row (left to right are Mrs. Faye Komisarow treasurer: Mrs. Samuel PAarlmon program chairman; and Mrs. Harry Solomon, hospitality :o~mittee. A cantata. "The Sabbath." will be presented by the Temple choir under the direction of 'oseph Schreibman 3t Friday services on Ian. 26. Meyer Somber g is ccntata. JKJul j^rloritxj for List tor* m By ISABEL GROVE Here for the holidays. Jerry',or?, ther and sister-in-law, Mae and Family raumen for the Emanuel; D an S ajerman. their iaugti (Belle i Goldstriches Son B. Z Evelyn M rs Bfr; Laneky. aid Goodwin, wite Kathy and offspring. ner d au gh ter Oehbie 9 Jean 3. and Mike l 1 here fro:: Washington. P.c" where B.Z. is first assistant lawyer to the Sec retary of th Minneapolis Minn., for" the 50th wedding anniversary of Berylaunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs Louis Rose, on Saturday night Ronnie Sue Brambier. of West Got to Chicago a; 8 Sunda> mornbury. NV. spending the holida> ing in time to catch one of the last with her cousin. Joyce Brambier planes not snowed in there of 919 SW 25th ave .Made the 4.000-trule round trip in • • le>s than three da;, s Sarah and Jerry Sugerman just settled into their magnificent Blair House guest at Minnie Feint* House apartment in time to iree! new Morton Tower.apartment is relatives from Chicago m it THf PERFECT DISK PtN SIT pot HOMI ot of net I •112 FOUNTAIN DISK PIN SIT IFFICIENT. ECONOMICAL WITH THt RIGHT POINT FOR TH£ WAY YOU WRITS BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N.E. 59th STREET MIAMI Tel. PI 4-3457 134 N.E. 1st STREET HMW Tel. FR 3-5739 STEVENS OFFICE SUPPIY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI Pt<"H Tel. JE S-72C5 Miriam Shemberg Joining them tor an evening at the Lucerne hotel where thej went I "East S;de Story" Mrs Phyllis I'.arber and her visitors. Mrs Ada '.'.alloy and >;.ter Mrs Jean perpar • t From Northwestern L'nivers Richard Kirshberg '. Inter icati m wJth i ;. -.--• %  %  rg r.. ? .-. • IT at tJ I -.. % % %  %  i Greal Britain • Dr and Mrs. 5 son his gi -Moi is Rabbi Labovitz To Review Book e Ser Ta I si s on i %  %  I is Sis for almost 40 years on Holidays and every day MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE has brought cheer into far more Jewish homes than any other brand because that Good-to-the-last-drop flavor means... It's a Mechayeh! all the way down! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE %  4XWE11 HOllSf



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Friday. December 29, 1961 *Jewi§fi fhr/rcj/rann Page 3-3 I: Of 6 we: e Gov and dav Mak ne: Co:; (left hai;: D< unique and colorful ceremony, a coterie ;me of Greater Miami's loveliest girls presented in a debutante ceremony to and Mrs. Farris Bryant and Ambassador Mrs. Mordekhai Shneerson en Wednes:..ght at the Israel Bond Ambassador Bail. -.g the presentation was Mrs. Anna BrenMeyers, chairman of the Ambassador's s of Hosts. Shown above are front row to right Naomi Stern, Fai'h Susan Rein. Donna Frances Genet, Florence Frankel, ,e Lipton, Karen Louise Lytton, Harriet $7,877,600 \H BONDS SOLD Abramson. Second row are Sandra Longer, Anne Rachel Bornstein, Andrea Egert, Michelle Friedman, Carol Justin, Arlcr.e Friedman. Rosalind Myra Lehrman. Rear are Heather Lee Haven, Mona Louise Glasser, Joan Nancy Lebow, Elayne Lubarr, Helene Brenner and Cathy Baskin. Not shown are Nancy Blum, Tova Bosem, Ella Dorothy Gelvan, Sonya Stephanie Glcsser, Elayne Gilbert, Nancy Beth Littman, Jo Ann Mindiin, Fredelie Nussbaum, Ricki Popick, Janice Reviiz, Janet Cooper Schwab and Felice Sussman. Israel Bond Ambassador's Ball Climaxes Successful Season Here I i % %  -r;>". Bind Ambassador B Id '' %  %  i esday evening ;it (hiy r'.aicebieau hotel brought to a ir• climat the most successful Is: I Bond campaign In hislorj -. muel Frie Hand, chairn an Israel Bond Organization. annoi.j d here u Go> r arris Bryanl and lor Mor iekhai Shneerson among the manj notables participating in the gala event. Friedland announced that Greater Miami's 1961 Israel Bond i ampai ;n smashed all records ol previous years with the sale to da:.ol SI.817 Friedland pointe I oul thai "the gaiety of the Ambassador's Ball i^ ,i fitting landmark in celebration of Israel's Bar Mitzvah year and ol Greater Miami's most sue tul Israel Bond campaign." He expressed deep gratification "to Ihe entire community, to ever> officer and member of the Israel Bond Organization and in every i bond purchaser who helped ti make this achievement possible." A highlight of Ihe ball was Ihe I presentation by Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers chairman • >! the Amsador's I irps of Hosts, ol a coterie ol "daughters come-of-age" debutante ceremony to Gov. and Mrs. Bryanl and Ambassador and Mrs Shneerson Educator Speaks To Women's Unit If you like i the \ I i %  S 0! Ill) hen Mi alton '.'.inning was special "ill.d workshop ol •n chap er of B'nai B'rith t Hi HI use on the I'ni f Miami campus recentlj \2~ p' si ns attended the including a representation ouncil oi Church Women Mft • %  • %  Keith, president of DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mail. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grovtt for prompt handling. B'nai B'rith Women. District 5. discussed her travels through the districl Mrs Herberl Heiken. president, presented a rcporl on i ighl wing organizations and hate campaigns. Mrs. Bett> Birchanskj reported to the chapter on a Pasl Presidents luncheon to be held in January. The function will also include a fashion shew and entertainment. Dr. Manning, professor of education at the University Of Miami. and special nature writer for the Miami News, discussed "Minority Problems in the Public Schools." He was introduced by Mrs Al Bowman, chairman ol the chapter's Anti-Defamation League committee. Mrs. Louis (Chen, eoehairman of ADL tor the Miami chapter, was m charge of the luncheon KREPLACH CHEESE,. Raviol' INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT and RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES ('•JI ipcify 17 you want Orongti •nlf •r Grapefruit only) In 'fruit protector' gift carton* 901b. box $11.95 Full bushel 8.50 Vz bushel 6.50 12 lb. sampler.... 3.75 r >pir Quality end prlcet. You cant t Rkh Dal* for luparb wilua. frlc Includa dalivary t.cept. Add 10% Wait of iwuppi, J2 00 to Cand. Satisfaction fuarantaad or hull ta raplacod or monojl fa'undod. RICH DALE GROVES Wairsdal*. Florida *"!. far l,„ foMar a/ -/ gift I Hall to be Speaker Metro Commissioner Charles Hall of Miami Beach, will be guesl speaker al a Luncheon Club meeting ol the Miami Beach Zionist Districl on Wednesday after-1 noon at the It it/ Plaza hotel A special tribute will be paid to Hall „l the luncheon WORE PEOPLE USI refreshing, calonef.ee :HBia fPTEETH THAN SUGAJ m ao woo VAIUI •ecommendtd 0 ''* I „,„ celt. Us. lo< '••"'£ ssa.ls.coaluai, NN. Gl*> al, b„mlm MURWITttO N0MFATTENIHG ^"wio .TOUM ivi-trwHUU You'll love MEATLESS CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese., .seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and tasier than the frozen hind. So much thriftier, toe—costs only •bout 15cpersrvingl Garfinkefs Mark 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs, Hyman Garflnkel, of Daytona Beach, will celebrate heir goldi n wedding annh r ary, and the enj agemenl oi hler, Ellen Goldberg, to William Shaw, with family and frii al th,home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney GblcWeTg The Garfinkels came to Daytona in 1955 from Elizabeth, \ J, They have lour C-IUMPMI. Mrs. Sidnej Goldberg, Mrs David Braun, of Miami, Fred Garflnkel, Of Clark. N.J.. Donald Garflnkel, of Elizabeth, and nine grandchildren, AIR AND MRS. HfMAN CARfUNKfl BURlSlNE' tyfc, \ sunshine fashions 'i VjA trend wetter iMHa& In the suutli ~r' Shop Burdine's for trie South's widest assortr-en's best in values i sv in fashion and ho^e trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop monday and friday nights, miami, miami beach 'il 9 163rd stieel, ft. lauderdale. wast palm beach 'til 9.33 sncoo 25 FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE And delight your family with the dish you make! All you do is submit your favorite recipe for using Wolff's Kasha...for stuffing chicken, derma ...making knishes, varnishkas, soups. ..side dishes with onions, chopped mushrooms, peppers or any other tasty use for this all-time favorite. YOU GET $25.00 Send your own original recipe with a Wolff's Kasha box top to: Phyllis Wolff. Penn Yan. N. Y. We will pay $25.00 for every recipe published; but every entrant receives a FREE Kasha Cookbook and all recipes become Wolff's property. Wm KASHA Mrs. Edith Field, Info Attnot, ft Hollywood, Calif., woo $25.00 for her Kasha Italianne. / KASHA ITALIANNE \_ Vfe IB. butter or S zucchini squash tna.eanne 2 medium (omatoea 1 medium onion Vi lb. mushrooms 1 sm green pepper (or 1 irclium caaj 2 stalk; celery 3 cups cooked 1 Clove garlic Kasha Vi cup grated Parmesan cheesa Chop onion, green pepper and celery. Saute in butter In large skillet until soft but not brown. Add mashed garlic and sliced squash and cook till squash is soft, turning several times to prevent sticking Add chopped tomitoes and cook t.ve minutes. Stir in Kasha and ch"p-,e. Put in casserole. Sprinkle too with a little mere cheese. Dot with butter. Cover and bake in 350" oven (medium) 30-40 minutes. ri KASHA • BROWN ,U <*WHEAT G OATS M Also etifflt .Wolfl S Kernel 1 I I '• G.jvy r-.aiha Sujp. ill Brown Buckwheat Groats *wv%  yy -rryw A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Served In a glass or a cup... There's Yom Tov spirit in this famous tea... 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Page 4-B +Jt**isfrncridlian Friday. December 29. 1961 II t& a graduate of the University of Miami, where she was a member of the Student Governing Council She received a gold service key from the school ot education and is listed in "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities." Dr Stoler attended dental school at the University of Maryland after pie-dental training at the University of Miami, interned at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. Md and is now in private denial practice in Miami Hi> fraternity is Alpha 1 Omega. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs Max Stoler. 1563 SW : L'3rd ter Be>t man was Robert Scherer. Dr Lawrence Wruble, Milton Goodman. Benjamin Budowi iky and Bernard Jaffee serv( UsherBuy it sliced or in a big tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, %  alada, canapes... for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding:. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta*am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland! Mollie Kahaner Ladies to Meet M '.'.it K...'"aner Si-terho.>d of Beth Torah Congri will hold its regular n :n the S Hall on We : %  -.< sdaj even i Pn^-MT prepared bj MIpresi aent. Mr> Leo Abrams ibservM>nth. • prize and a • In £ ile." in p* ta'.e performed b> the N balk' %  'ed Dode Heights Party Jewish Coogrega:ion are pU: a Net "> R.-fr<-t imerriii be Werner, en a M()f heKS„.the only unsalted Kosher-Pareve margarine with pure golden corn oil! You'll enjoy this new, flavorful benefits and health protection spread that's ideal for today's for your family. Delicious, salt-free diets. Made with polysmooth-spreading Mother's ununsaturated, pure golden corn salted margarine (in the rubyoil, Mother's unsalted (sweet) colored foil package) gives you margarine contains no animal all these advantages— plus fats, no daiiy fats, and has 80% great introductory money-savmore linoleates for extra diet ing offer! FORLMITKDTUUONLT Also available lightly salted in the gold foil package—at 5* off the regular price /ROM THE SPOTLESS KITCHENS OF MOTHER'S FOOD PBODUCIS INC., NSWAM I. NJ AVAILABLE AT •\ J FOOD FAIR STORES, PUBLIX MARKETS, STEVENS MARKETS, THRIFTY SUPERMARKETS, and other leading seperwatrkets.



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II FridayDecember 29. 1961 *Jmist Meridian Page 5-B NOW YOUR SAVINGS EARN MORE AT Dade Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI FreeTransfer nfyour funds from anywhere in the United States. l);idtFed eru\ niakes n<' charge f"i tliis servwe. Juat bring or mail Us your passbook. Wt 11 do the real. PER ANNUM (Intended rate elective from Jan. 1, 1962) PAYABLE AND COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY The Board of Directors ol Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association ol Miami ;s hapoy to announce that the intended dividend rate on savings eiJective from January 1, 1962. will be FOUR AND ONE-QUARTER PERCENT (4', c o) a year, payable and compounded quarterly. This is in keeping with the Association's policy ol always paying the highest dividend rate consistent with safety and sound management. For the vear 1961, Dade Federal Savings account holders earned approximately FIVE MILLION. SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS in dividends, bringing total dividends paid by Dade Federal since organization in 1S34, to more than 34 Million Dollars. And. pursuant to new Federal Home Loan Bank regulations. Dade Federal insured scvings accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before the 20th of any month begin earning dividends from the first of the month in which received. NOW is the time for you to open or add to YOUR savings account at Dade Federal Savings, a safe, sound and progressive savings association Since the 20th of January falls on a Saturday, funds received en or before the next business day, Monday, January 22nd. will begin earning from January 1st. A* i *One of the Notions Oldest and-Largest".' e Federal i LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI Your savings in Dade Fedoral are insured to !. 10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, a permanent agency of the United States Govern* ment. It is possible, how* everi t<> insure savings in excaaa of $10,000.) ft JOSEPH M. UPTON, President < CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY North Miami Branch I Tamiami Branch Edison Center Branch So N W 7th Ave. I 1901 S.W. 8th St. I 5800 N.W. 7th Aw. Main Office 1 Atopatteh Branch mi F Fiapier St 1400 N.W. 36th St. 101 E. Flagler St I w vy r v v X ) 175 MILLION DOLLARS OUR RESOURCES EXCEED I/O



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Pcae 6-B &f Jewi'sti flcridiian Friday. December 29, \%\ WOMAN OF THE WEEK Twenty-six years ago r illy de Hirscn Meyer put a white carnation ape! buttonhole ol s jacket II started a custom: he's IOUI one since then. 5 to i ind when you tli She was born in Pittbur? i ant -: ed Interest in the stag* at As a utl A be manager, producer, star, and costume-maker lor shows she put on in her ba< k • .... Later, in New York. Polly became a m< Bu* reer in this field was brief. A Flo '/.. business to realty to being a successful wife—this is the story" of Polly's life Her mam hobby, she declares. ;s keeping her husband happy, and hopes that ail husband. -•. as easy to please as her Baron. DurPOUT the summer, the de Hirsch Meyers travel. ie community thr. the year, her services are in great de. si interested in the Jewish Home fcthe Aged-the • -•.' is endowed in the d Hir>ch Meyer name She is also active ; I r\ OS Of course, and the Opera Guild and the Humane Society ne.r two talented dogs Caesar and Cicero, both of whom. tally. were written up in i recent t Ution of the New >.orK Daily Even mornii :• swims in the pool for exercise. She has a treen thumb and helps the gardener twice a week She also has a way aing. changis manj ol her fabulous ball gowns into worn next year From five to seven. Polly relaxes •irdock On their wghis at home. Polly prepares dinner herself. She just doesn't understand women who feel that time J\\ op. their hands %  T here imi rt %  be done in the community," according to Polly, %  ; m< PLATYCERIUM BIFURCATUM Car. you imagine winning a red ribbon for growing one of those 1 It would be worth two red ribbons hut to be able to spell it and pronounce i; correctly. Helen (Mrs. Hymen Kaplan nursed the plant all summer l quite a beautiful fern that grows out of moss, and is a form of paraBiK It's quite like the horns of a stag, its popular name is "staghorn fern Helen won a prize 'or it at the Viscaya Metropolitan Flower Show Incidentially. she is giving a party for her mother and her friends Friday ;r. honor ot her mother. Rose D Marks" seventy-fifth birthday. Su ce this is the first birthday party she ever had. her daughter picked a most auspicious one. KNIGHTS AND LADIES The Round Table. Georee Bather's new restaurant, opened in Ft. Lauderdale with a dry run. as it is called, the night before the formal opening The roaring fires in the three hearths, the unusual decor of black and red. and a well-trained staff lent itself to elegant dining as befits ^ knight and his lady Enjoying the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cantor 3nd William Shorenstem. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell. Mr and Mrs. Sam Edelstein. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewetz. Mr and Mrs. Bart Cohen, and Mr and Mrs Herb Schwartz. # CFF AND RUNNING liary Sher, in a matching ro-e-colcred cardigan outfit, and her Jake, who iressea toe t naervatively, according to Mary, had a grand time at Tropical Park last Thursday—socially, 'hat is First, they had lunch with the Samuel C Levensons Mrs Birdie Silverraan and Mr*. Abe ibstem, who then sat in the Sher box. trying to help them bring in their bone, Sheer Blue Their excitement didn't help because, unfortunately. Sheer Blue got -hut out ?t the start The Shers didn't cash one ticket—par for the coarse. + A NEW HOUSE Pentz and Doily Scheinberg have a new house. Everyone want* to see it. and no wonder It-eeing The two-story livir.groom has a Danish oriental" flavor which gives a calm and plea-ant feeling. ge, which connects the two upper wings, la a library. books DC side, and books and seats or. 'he other The Be back from New York. -*here they attended the Y.n.ng Commuiit) Lead) rs t e af a a w at the United Mat Th re the) met Adlai Stevenson oi.e afternoon. The two Scheinbergs Philip and Richard. recent.> %  held a 'ia-.ce for H guests OB 'he laree -cre-ned patio. Next event -*iil r* on Jan. 1, when "be Seheinbergs h id Open House for an Department •d Neuroli gs at Jackson Memorial Hospital. SEEN ABOUT TOWN Hank Meyer and his attract re were at Jai-Ala; in Da'.ia sitting in the Royal Box Wonder wh3t Lenore was looking for in the r. w t Club, and past m mber of board of directors of Miami Beach and Dade County Young Democrats Parents cf the groom are Mr. and MrDavid Friedman. 220 Calais dr. Best man was Dame! Klempner. and David Schwartz served as usher After a wedding trip to^he Caribbean, the young couple will live at 2195 Bay dr \v. : n. -Kahn mi. LAWKtNCl FRItDMAN Toister, Epstein Off to Nassau Nassau ithe honeymoon destination of the former Ellen Terry Epstein and Richard Peter ToiMer who were united in marriage on Sunday, Dec. 24, at the Dupont Plaza hotel The bride i* the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Epstein. 75 So. Shore dr. and the bridegrooms parents are Mr and Mrs. Murray Toister. 3251 SW 16th dr. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiated at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the hotel. The bridal gown was fashioned ol iridescent silk organza and alencon lace The fitted bodice had long, point-on-hand sleeves, and the neckline was outlined in lace and sprinkled with sequins. The waistline featured a pointed, pleated cummerbund and the formallength boutfant skirt was apniiqued with lace, sequ.ns and pearls, and terminated in a chapel train. The six-pointed coronet was jeweled with aurora stones, and from it fell the tiered siik illusion veil. White orchids covered the Bible carried by the bride. Maid of honor for the new Mrs. Toister was Marian Hey man. and Susan Heyman and Linda Matz were bridesmaids An alumna of Miami Beach High, the former Miss Epstein attended the University ol Florida, and is now at the University of Miami The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Florida, now doing graduate work at the I'm *!S. RICHARD TO.'STfR MRS. 61KALD BOGAGt versify ot Miami. He is a -mber Of Pi Lambda Phi and Pl Chi, honorary. Best man vas Arthur G •'.roan. Barry Epstein. Richard C haiken, David Werner an. J Barr) Zimbler -trved as ushers Miss Wilensky, Mr. Bogcge Wed Noon Wedding For Schermans Temple Beth Shalom was the scene of the noon wedding and reception of Natalie Heiene Drucker and Irwm Allan Scherman or S day, Dec 24. with Rabbi Leon Krooista officiating. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Drucker. 562 Michigan ave. the br.de at'ended the University ot Miami Matron of honor at the ceremony wiMrJoseph Sicilian, and Susan Berg was in charge of the guest book The bridegroom, now attend.ng the Unirarait) of Miami. ;s a graduate of Miami Beach High. He is the -on of Mr. and MrJack Scherman. 1544 Meridian ave His brother Calvin Scherrr.ur. served as best man Harry Schermar and Joseph ,r the newryweds will live si J. Edgewater dr. Coral Gal &BWFORDBETTED/WS HOPE LANCE (TCONNEUL MOW PIA1ING MIAMI OtYMPIA Ftafltr St. MIAMI MACM BEACH Lincoln Rd. Mcll COtAl GABlf S GABLES fonc? 4* lean (WAMfSHOtfS SHORES



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Fricay. December 29, 1961 fJtnisf fhrkfia/n arrnincjlu vioitrSj 6.M Z; M T. SINAI Hospital held its first annual gala a! th< Ft : ebleau hotel Saturday eveand it was truly a yala occasion. Some 1.000 socialites, cians and friends of the hosatteoded, with women elej gowned and adorned with furs J nd diamonds. chairmen were Mrs. A. HerMathes and Mrs. Ben NoThey greeted guests in .•_th (\ening gowns. Mrs. wore a three-piece gold i brocade, with the detailing Iver. Her bodice was an overblouse which featured a -lit at each side to allow lor :he fullm ss of the side pleat in tli skirt. Her jacket was of lodified cutaway silhouette. Mrs Novack'a gown was a figuremolding sheath completely coverwhite iridescent sequins. Irregular patttms of small black ps of sequins dotted her The two co-chairmen carout the gold, black and whin theme of the ball. Mrbenjamin Smelling wore mcent floor-length white gown. Her skirt was a sheath with an oxerskirt of the fabric — the overskirt ber.g slightly over the hip line. Th( entire gown was Hand-embroid( red in an exquisite floral of silver-lined bugle beads and pearls. She wore a matchapelette with one oversized. beaded button. Mrs. Novack chose a hand-crocheted white ribbon lace with rows of pale yellow daisies. < oupe velour was the choice of Mr> Alex Manson, featuring brown velvet on white satin in a Dora) motif. Topping her strapless full-length formal was a band of ranch mink on her fitted bodice Mrs. Hank Meyer wore a floor-length gown of gold llame brmade in a figure-molding sheath. At her neck she had a black onyx talisman. % hJRS. Morris Gettleman was in %  royal blue ehantilly lace, reembroidered with an iridescent blue thread. Emerald green peau it sole was the choice of Mrs. Laura I.askin. Her .-.heath featured a modified tunic swirl, caught over one hip into an asymmetrical drape. An all hanei•" aded white silk brocade was worn by Mrs. A. C. Fine. Mrs. Harrj Fine was in white chiffon. Her bodice was jeweled. Mrs Max Orovitz selected a 'l"or length formal of carmen red satin brocade. She carried a matching stole. Mrs. Henry D. Williams was in a white and silver tull length brocade with a decollette neckline. Mrs. Dan B. Rnskin wore a white brocade opera coat with a white mink colover .in unve green name %  %  *'hiti satin floor-length ball iwn was worn by Mrs. Leonard Wein. Her fitti d bodice was cov• "i with black applique lac< which in turn was reembroidered ID jet sequins. White ehantilly • r embr< idered in iridescent 5i tins was the choice ol Mrs. rris Blum berg Mrs Aaron r was in a gold brocade oiktail suit, which featured a por: collar on her jacket. Mrs. Lawrence Porter was in a Dior blue satin sheath. Her floor-length hemline was ba.-.ded with beading. Red chiffon was the choice oi Mrs Burl Haft. Her bodice was draped, and the chiffon lloated to the floor in back in a wide pannier. Mrs. Robert Moll wore black wool crepe with a decollette back, which continued below the waisl into a buslli i feet. luIRSStanlej Weinkle's lull: ngth '' Id brocade featured .i tly pleated skirt, with a fitti • U Ion ;! bodice White satin an iridescent beaded jacket was worn by Mrs .lack Widrich. Mrs Mori!Landsburgh chose a red ehantilly lace sheath, while .i black velvet evening skirt and jacket worn over a gold beaded blouse was the choice of Mrs. aid Kaplan. A foliage green satin skirl with a sequined, paislej brocade bodid Was the Choice Ol Mrs. Michael Bright. Mrs. Joel Wcincr wore a white satin coat with al close-fitting high round mink collar over a black chiffon gown, i Mrs. Howard Miller wore ombre shades, beginning with pink at : the bodice to a purple satin skirt. %  Her bodice was covered with matching ombre tones ol sequins. Ice blue satin was the choice ol Mrs. Sam Meiselman. Her hemline dipped in the back, and a trellis of blue roses cascaded down the Iront of her gown. Mrs. Barney Wolk's gown was of emerald green satin with a velvet Strapless bodice. The bell-shaped skirt was to the floor Mrs. Ferd Meyer was in a floor-length black ehantilly lace with a matching three-quarter-length lace coat. Mrs. Samuel Friedland selectee a porcelain blue ale neon lace sheath with the tunic overskirt. Iridescent sequins reembroidered her bodice. A stunning two-piece white satin ensemble was worn by Mrs Leo Kupper. Her bodice had a slashed bateau neckline and was all hand beaded. A floorlength orange velvet was the choice Of Mrs. Jerry Blank. Her beaded Jacket was trimmed with ranch mink cuffs. Black and silver Hame was worn by Mrs. Inez Krensky. Her lull-length sheath Iur(> 1ICMMM noNNgotott PLAN A THtATRt PARTY For Fund Raising or as • Social Event SPECIAL DISCOUNT PLAN For Clubs, Organizations, Charity Croups Coll Hal Pearl Group Salos Dept. JE 2-2331 ROOSEVELT 770 Arthur Godfrey Rd41 st St. Miami Beach %  %  ed a mi tchini waist I jackt • '• : %  '": vci v a i champagne-coli %  ble. Her ankle-length gowi caught in draped pomal the heml ne and had one larg i embroidered a id jeweled medallion on the skin. Mrs, William Singer's .-own was ol white alencon lace reembroidered with iridescent sequins and pearls. Her fulllength gown featured a lishtail back. A gold anel green fulllength brocade was the choice of Mrs. Stanlej C Myers. lyn'TE peau de soie embroidered with matte white sequins was worn by Mrs. Clem Meyerson. A two-piece, floor' ~hea!!; and o\ ei blouse was the choice ol Mrs. Edward Kahn. Her entire ensemble was comI etely hand-beaded in blush pink crystal bugle beads Th" decor ol the ball was created bj Franklin Hui lies \,| ihe er who attended were beautiful!) gowned, it would be an impossible task to try and report all ol their lovely ensembles. Suffice it to -ay that the Mt. Sinai Bail was one of the most glamorous affairs in quite sometime. Page 7-B Kaye, Shopper To Live Here Miss Cynthia Shepper and Joel Kaye exchanged nuptial vows Sunday, D< c 23, al Coral Way Jewish Center, with Rabbi Samuel April official ing. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Shepper, of Buffalo. N.Y., a-nel attended Miami Senior High School. Her sister. Mrs. Robert Boris, was matron of honor. M,s David Kaye was bridesmaid. Russell Scott Boris was ring bearer. Parents of ihe bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs Murray Kaye, 1601 SW 87th ct. His brother, David Kaye. was best man Paul Cohen, Bernard Horn. A. Jay Rapp. Dr. Robert Boris. Alan Shepper and Edward Kaye served as ushers. A graduate of Miami Beach Senior High. Mr. Kaye also attended the University of Florida and the I niversity of Miami. Following a honeymoon in Nassau, the' young couple will make their home' in Miami. M.i MRS. JOEL KAVt Rabbi Reviews Book Sisterhood of Temple Tifereth Jacob. Hieleah. were to have a genFehl, Jacobs Exchange Vows Mr. and Mrs George Gideon Fehl are on a Caribbean cruise for their in neymoon. The lormer Elisabeth Ann Jacobs and Mr Fehl exchanged nuptial vows on Thursday, Dec. 21. a the Americana hotel. Dr. Benno Wallaeh offieiateel at the 7 o'clock ceremony, winch was followed by a reception at the' Eastward-Westward room in the hotel. eral membership meeting Thursday at 8:30 p.m. on For her wedding, the bride chose a white delustered satin princess style gown with scoop neckline enhanced with alencon lace and seed pearls and long tapered sleeves. The full black skirt with long torso The triple-tiered veil Ol French imported illusion lell Irom a crown oi seed pearls, and she earned an elongated cascade ol small white orchids, stephanotis and stock florettes. Kathleen Kimball was her only attendant. The new Mrs. Fehl is the daughol Mr. and Mrs Eugene Jacobs, ot 1498 NE 179th St., and Kew Gardens, NY. She has a BS degree lrom Rollins College, was president of Rollins Panhellenic Assn. anel her sorority is Kappa Kappa Gamma. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. W A. Wallace, of Melrose. Fla and E. J. Fehl. of Atlanta, Ga. \ graduate with a BA from Rollins College, he is now in his junior year at Duke University law scheiol. and belongs to Delta Chi social fraternity. Serving him as best man was Richard Holman, and Steven Mandell and Steven Jacobs, brother of the bride, were ushers. New address for the young couple is 2204 Vesson st., Durham, North Carolina. ^SWQBijj* ^ EK$5S18S1S8 muss HOSTESS PANTRY BAKERY ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS WEDDING CAKES PARTY CAKES FREE DELIVERY THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1656 ALTON ROAD MB. JE 8-1861 %  AIR COHDIIIONfD ————~~~"——— tun LEX Ann HEALTH SALON SWEDISH MASSAGE • CABINETS • COLONICS Monday Thru Sunday 9 ajn.J pja. Saturday 9:30 m.m.-4 p.m. 2080 BISCAYNE BLVD. ph. 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Page SB +JeistFlcridiian Friday, Dece-.bei 2? The Courier tu C/croA/ ^5cft\Kartz Spiraling cost of education pinpointed by announcement from Dr. Samuel Belkin that Yeshiva Universe t raising tuition from S900 to $1,200 a year effective in the fall cf 1962 Y I", also received a $2,000 unrestricted grant from Es.*o Education Foundation as part of the Foundation* seventh annual program Yavneh and .lewi:-h Ed ucaticnal Center of Elizabeth. .\..!.. has made available kosher food tor fir-t time at Princeton University Rabbi Samuel Landa, of Ozone Jewish Center in Queens, has been named chairman of the mid-wist) v conference of the Rabbinical Council of America, slated Jan. 15 to Vi in the Brunswick hotel in Lakewood. N.J. Tenth annual Israel Bond conference in Miami Beach will include an appearance by Jack Benny on Feb. 24. Benny v ill be here for the University of Miami benefit Feb. 20. Dr. Bichard Alper, member of Miami s first graduating medical class, named preMdent of recently-organized alumni association of the | mtdical school I'M faculty member. Dr. Morris Rockstein, has been nominated as Gerontological Society representative to the American Association for the Advancement of Science Newly-formed, Beach Pharmaceutical Assn. has Shaldon Spactor as president. Mel R*enthal as vice president. Philip Barter as secretary, and Walter Waxman as treasurer Crack new ship of Zim Lines. SS Shalom. wnl be booked for at least one cruise — possibly its maiden voyage — out of Miami next year ... President Saul Silberman, of Tropical Park, recently honored by Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, receiving national attention from inauguration of S3 daily double, limitation of attendance passes, increase ot ad mission prices Miamians again saw Gen. Yigael Yadin Sunday daring interview bv able Marrin Agromky, nephew of the late Jerusalem MayorGarshon Agren, over The Eternal Ugh;"' program carried by ch. 7. • Richard Boene of Paladin fame will naxate 'John Brown's Body" to be carried by ch. 4. Sunday. Jan. 14 (1:30 to 2:30 p.m.'. with the An:.-Defamation" League of B'nai Brith cooperating with CBS in its production Danjyt D. Smith new manager of installment loan department ot Bank of Dade County, according to Frederick J. Teschke, president Dr. Josephine Arrts named to >taff of Goodwill Industries. ni's vocational rehabilitation workshop, as psychological consulWe attended the sell-out Israel Cavalcade of Stars, sponsored bj Greater Miami units of the ZOA under leadership of Lou Rudnick am Ben Giller, on Saturday night, and were glad to see national Zionieaders Mortimer May and Dr. Morton Robbins back in town for the season Entertainment was well received ... Vice Mayor and Mrs. Mai Er-jlander are again having "open bouse" eir Miami Beach home New Year's Eve. and a cross section of the town's political, civic and bu.-iness leaders will make it a "must'" stop during the holiday schedule Hollywood's Jewish community, headed bj Abe Mailman ard Ben Tobin, bought $155,000 in Israel Bonds at ar.r.ua! dinner at which Rep. James Roosevelt -poke Firsl International conference on Paramagnetic Resonance will be held at. Hebrew I" in July, under auspices of the International Union of Pure j Applied Physics In town is Mrs. Anne Peshkin, national Women's Division director of the American Friends, making planfor the Jan 30 to Feb. 2 conft rence at the Americana. • • e Both Metro COJBmi&siODer Chuck Hall and former Sen. Claude Pepper contributed scholarships to ZOA's Kfar Silver at the Auditorium Sunday night ^ With Beach Councilman WoJfie Cohen apparently run again as the seats of D. Lee Powell. Marcie Liberman and Melvin Richard genert Hj regarded as safe, it wont be long before the alleged aspirants for the fourth seat will begin to make their moves v Judge Jason Berkman, Walter Lebowitx, Joe Malek and Murray Goodman still lining up -upport for their unofficial candidacies for the Fifth District j.p. race Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers won praise for fur action in leaving a school board "healing" i-n athletic policy as soon .= > it became obvious both sides wen rot to be heard News that Morris Lansburgh Sam Cohen are sharing with Eastern Air Lines the cost of bringi 1.600 travel agents to Miami Beach in late January electrified c d at a luncheon called by Mayor Kenneth Oka The business ..ptured the Hollywood and Pa'.m Beach area-, too. and rs will be stroig enough to enjoy the cu twist craze activities nexl week merit even one's support as L.S.U.-Colorado ^ame will hurt our area's ,: ... -. aroun •-• ceuntry. Had the Hurricanes been DM nstead c LSU. (Id have been mured Jack Woody's recret for the golden ager* in Miami Beach, both vis l best we'vi heard of anywhere in the world Abe Zeiti a'id Marchie Schwartz, of the Albert Einstein Colli g< i I to a during the winter for a' least one major aff; r Jack Popick, of Mechanics Uniform Service, readying expai plar.s which involve razing all present buildir._~ oc< .pied by the it trial cleaning plant Land magnate:Lee Ratner and Leonard Rosen smiling over the new Florida boom set off by the very rea growth heralded b> space program throughout the staW Dr. Robbins Addresses Youth Dr Morton J Robbins. <>f NasDr. Robbins was to is de' Zlom>t u ad tails of the Etchmann trial, which u m he witnessed first-hand. President r BD d executive, was to be gue>. QJ lhc gm (| Bob Rapapor;j and speaker at a mee'ine of the Young vtu Miller is in charge of the pro,v • Friends of Israel on Thursgram, (!i> evening at Sirfide Town Hall. Dr. Robbins is vice chairman of the national executive committee rf the Zionist Organization of America He is founder and honorary president of the American Ptivsicians Fellow-hip Committee of the Israel Medical Assn. honorary president of the New England Zionist region, and chairman of the National Zienis Youth Comm its ion. 1981 Key leaders in the 1962 New Horizons Combined Jewish Appeal campaign are these three men: Left to richt c:e Jsny Blank and Harold Friedland. co-chcirmen of the hole! and Food Division, and Robert Russell, chairman of the Manufacturing Division. ___ Council to Mark Founder's Day Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, will observe Founder's Day on Wednesday with a joint meeting of all its daytime divisions, according to Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president of the Greater Miami Section. The meeting will be at 11 a.m. at the Algiers hotel Featuring the event will be a program. "Fifty Years of Social Action.' depicting National Council of Jewish Womenrole during the past half century in the aria of human betterment through action. Founder's Day celebrates the birthday of Hannah G. Solomon, lounder ot NCJW. who was bom in Chicago on January 14, 1858 Mrs Solomon assembled leading Jewish women from all ever the I nited States for participation in the World's Parliament of Religions of the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, where they organized into the National Council of Jewish Women, with Mrs Solcrr.rr, as its first president. The Greater Miami Section won the Miami Herald Club Award this year "for outstanding service to the community" in its Braille bindery and lending library. %  Evening Division of NCJW will meet on Jan. 4. 8 p.m. at Toby's Cafeteria. 2700 SW 8th -t Mrs William A. Leone will speak on "Is Jewish Behavior a Factor in Anti-Sc mitism?" Pioneer Women's Leader Back Mrs. Leo Goldmar. 2E55svrl ne.. a member "/J Hoard of Pioneer V returned from a i .-...> in New York attendfi fc) "p* neer Women's leadi rh:r,'fi I •< d stateand • At the confer. t 3 „ plans were annoir • v ra Left, national pn i -.; pu neer Women, for a .. „ to be located in Chief. and >tm. vised by Mrs. Ja<^ v. ,. r cage, newly-elect* i The leaders also attenced j -arewell luncheon li r M y,, n( j Kopernik, direct, r el hi Academ ot Music in Jerusalerr and oecui emissary to Pioneer %  •>< -ner. troa :he Working Womer • Cous:il a Israel, who is concluding a i*> month visit to the I'mted Bl In cooperation u Lhi Vtorkaf Women's Council. Pioreer Wjtnei maintains 900 child care, atfejt •ural. vocational. tr.d nhixlit*. tion centers in Israel, r rovid_tg aL most half of all socia %  • rvicej rendered to citizens ot th< ecu nation, Free Loan Group Elects Officers Isadore Schwart i eetedfcj a ninth term as presided h Greater Miami Hcbn Fret an \sn Oilier officerelected at a repent meeting are • pta \evel, Sam Siegel, Sam -• %  • ^n \:n pre-idenls; Mrs. G'a B Fen,!r|l %  nancial seen .Mr Zd.!a K-.inst. recording -• r'tar aid Mas P.aopaport. trea> rn r ( %  AF The elcgayice of dining... Every night an epicurean delight a' the MR. AND MS. WILLIAM fHUDMAN Friedmans Mark 50th Anniversary Mr and Mrs. William Friedman. L1 233 Phoenetia ave Coral Gables, celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Monday. Jan. 1 The couple, known in Miami civic and communal affairs, were married in New York City on New Years Day. 1912. and came to Miami 35 years i They were in the wholesale jewel ry business, and are now retired. The Frie mans have two children. Mrs Rosalind Bernard) Sutta and Judge Milton A Friedman, and :.\t grandchildren, .-.II ol Miami. Muttc by MUOV BARRON • Mungmrtmn Troupt wllH ttmrgmrtt Baxfi fro/7? 7.30 p. m. NEAPOLITAN NIOHT-TUESDAV TTh* bet Italian food and dinnar X you'va *v*r anjoyod. J i TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NlOHT Cnturl-old customs, fin* food, 8acramntl win*. OALA SATURDAY NlOHT Exqulslta contlnantal culr "• aarvad aupramaly. 2 orcr-estraa play for your continuous oanclnfl and dining anjoymant. Black tla optional. For reservations, call lacques Ostadal JE 2-2661 SUNDAY SHORE NlOHT Succulent dallcaclaa from ths far raachas of tha aaa ...a saafood dinnar you'll long ramambar. EVERY NlOHT Our a la carta manu always available. : BIRTHDAZE : Firsl child born to Ralph and Phyllis Jacobs, n %  .M ichai : Seoit on Ocl 23, Local grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Irving Jacobson Great-grand motherare Mrs Moll,.' Lii ial and Mrs. Sarah Jacobson Grandparents, from Baltimore, Md are Mr, and Mrs, Stanley Wiener. A great grandfather. A a ro n v\:, ner is also ol Bi I Ph. UN 6-6226 SAND-ELL • EAR nAITZVAHS • WEDDINGS r : "^ 5 7446 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. %  81ADY TC-C0 COCKtD 100DS %  BBSBBVsaVHBBianBanaiaKiar^aRri^BapaaaasB^SBaaani Ph. UN 6-5278 Strictly Kosher CATERING Bank Announces Dividend Bank of Dade County has an nounccd a quarterly dividend of 15c per share payable to all stock holders as of record Doc. 22. to be paid Dec. 31. It was also an nounced that all bank employees will recieve a holiday season bonus :Commenuraie with salary and Hength of employment. THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT 731 Washinaton Ar, JE 8-S401 OPEN FOR THE StASON To Actommidntf Our Monv Patrons 170JJUI. SST. f S&ffiggXj 916 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach



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hide:, December 29. 1961 +Jewist fkridijr J3r ^MitzvaL As gift to suo-cribers. The Jewish Floridian will present free for me asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas A/Wvah Reauesrs should be addressed to "Corsage for You P O Box 29"3 Man, 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name of -he Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the cere-ony re e address and telephone number. The corsage will be fr warded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion." "'" *~~ Page 9-B Kenneth Berr K. eth Howard, son of Mr. and Mi•:> Ban. will be Bar Milzvah jui •.• Saturday morning services, ) t( i. a; Both David with Rabi N nia:i Shapiro officiating. Aighth grade student at Shenmd h Junior High, Kenneth plays Ph. lip Radui Louis Shanttvk Lncbvth Diamond Robin Se/difch Ke.?h Pinchol Alan Simons • : in the school band. %  '-. Shabbat n Friday evening. lain •••• Kiddush following the eere"> r : Saturday, will be hosted by w rent in Ins honor. Mark Singer Sheldon Steinmetz will of11 • a! the Bar Mitzvah of Mark r n &' during Saturday morning v Dec. 30. at Yehudah l^' 1 Congregation. s si ident at North Miami Beach 'unior High, the Bar Mitzvah has ieen studying at Pop.el religious school. His grandparents, Mr and Mrs. %  ouis Pressman, will tender a reception in his honor. Gerald Goldner Celebration ol the Bar Mitzvah ol Gerald Lee. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Al Goldner, will take place Saturday morning. Dec 30. at Beth David with Rabbi Norman Shapiro officiating. Gerald is in the eighl grade at Shenandoah Junior High, and is Interested in science, Hiparents will host the Oneg Shabbat on Fridaj evening and the Kicdush on Saturday in his honor. Alan Simons Temple Menorah will be the site "I the Bar Mitzvah of Alan David, .-on of Mr and Mrs Edward Sim ons. 3608 Longfellow cir.. Hollywood, on Saturday morning, Dec. :?o. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Alan attends Olsen Junior High in Dania. Lizabeth Diamond Bas Mitzvah ol Lizabeth Ruth Diamond will be Observed Saturda) morning, Dec 30, al Temple Beth Am with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiating Lizabeth is an honor student at Ponce de Leon Junior High and plaj flute in the school band Her parent.-. Mr. an i Mrs Jack A Diamond, will honor her al a uncheon in the Biscayne Terrace totel following services Frances Gaulkin Frida> evening si rvic Dei al Cong Yt hudah Moshe will include the Bas Mitzvah ol France.-, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Harry Gaulkin, Rabbi Sheldon i '. %  w ill officiaU Frances is a student at North Mi ami Junior High and has been attending Popiel religious school Robin Selditch Robin Lynn Selditch will be Bas Mitzvah on Saturday. Dec. :i0. durum morning services at Temple Beth Am Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will officiate Daughter of Mr and Mr-. Nathan Selditch, Rohm attends South Miami Junior High and is a member of the Pre-Nifty Club, she is interested in dramatics and art. Phillip Egel Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Phillip Egel during services Saturday Ghir.psed at the "Land of Milk and Honey. Israeli revue n 'he Exodus room of the Monte Carlo hotel: Left to right are Bhoshana Damari, star of the revue. Sophie Tucker, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland. ; %  ••' %  "* vA M David Wallack Bernard Chesman Sheldon Baraf I. Harold Stanley Robert Becker morning. Dec. 30. at Temple Ner lainid. Mr. and Mrs Irwin Egel, parents ol the Bar Mitzvah, will host ;) reception in his honor at the conclusion ol the services, Robert Becker Saturday morning services. Dec. 'M. at i oi ah Temple will include the Bar Mitzvah of Robert [ra Becker, with Rabin Abraham Cas sel officiating, MrMary Becker. s:;o Biscayne st., mother ol the Bar Mitzvah, is secretary and registrar of the Oxford School ol Miami Beach, Philip Radus Dr Irving Lehrman will officiate at (he Bar Mitzvah of Philip, •uii of Mr. and MrHarvey Radii-, and gradson of Mrs Ann Schultz, all ol Scarsdale, N.Y., on Saturday morning, Dec. 30. Ceremony will be held at Temple Emanu-EI, to which Mr and Mr.-. Max Radii.-. of Miami Beach, grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah, belong. Philip is an eighth grade student al Albert Leonard Junior High in Scarsdale and attends the Hebrew High School of Temple Israel, White Plain.-. \ Y. Baseball is his tavorite sport. Deborah Fineberg Temple Emanu-EI will be the site "I the Bas Mitzvah of Deborah .lane Fineberg on Saturday morn ILL;. Dec 30, with Dr. Irving Lehr man officiating Daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. -lack Fineberg, a n d granddaughter ol Mrs .1 Levy and Mr and Mrs, I Fineberg. Deborah ian eighth grade student al Nautilus Junior Sheldon Barat Rabbi soiomon Schiff will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah Ol Sheldon Barat during Saturday morning services. Dec 30. at Beth El Congregation. The celebrant is an eighth made -Indent at Citrus (i ro ve Junior High and plays cornet m the school hand Mr and MrBertram Barat, percuts of the Bar Milzvah. will hold a reception in his honor at their home on Sunday. Bernard Chesman Rabbi MornA. Skop will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Bernard Francis Chesman at Temple Beth Shirah on Saturday morning, Dec. 30. son Of Mr. and Mrs Bcrnhardl Chesman 1291 SW nth st., and grandson of Mr. and Mrs Harry Cohen, the Bar Mitzvah is a >ev enth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Bessie Wallack and Mr. and MrJacob Crabernlck, will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning. Dec 30. at Temple Kmanu-EI. Dr. Irving LehrI man will officiate. A student at the Lear School. David plays piano and clarinet. He | belongs to the Boy ScoutFollowing the ceremony a luncheon in his honor will be held at the Barcelona hotel. J. Harold Stanley Bar Mitzvah of J. Harold, son Of Mrs, Clare B. Stanley, will be observed at Israelite (.'enter on Saturday morning, Dec. 30. with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating. In the sixth grade ol the Center's religious school Harold i> an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior Hmh and plays drums i in the concert band. His hobby is coin collecting. Kiddush in his honor will follow services, and a reception in the Social Hall will be held Saturday night, < • Keith Pinchot Bar Mitzvah of Keith, son of Mr and Mrs. I.oius Pinchot, will be observed during services Sati morning, Dei 30 al Temple Judea, with Rabbi Mi rdi i-ai P • I I officiating. An eighth grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, Keith attended the Hebrew Academy for several years, and continued his brew studies at Temple Judea, where he graduated in June. Flagier Federal Features Modern Decor and Customer Comforts The opening Jan. 2 of Flagier Federal Savings and Loan Assn.*s new SI ,000.000 six-story building at lid NE 1st st. was this week hailed as "the first major step in the rehabilitation of downtown Miami." Paul II Marks, president of the financial institution, will be joined by government officials and community leaders, along with Flagier Federal Officers, at the dedication ceremonies being held just prior to the !) a.in grand opening. Immediately after the ribboncutting, an eight-day Open House program goes into effect, featuring convenient business hours, gifts, refreshments and a contest which will enable the winner to live rent free for six months. The extended business hours during Open House are it a.m. until 6 p.m., including Saturday. Bronze-tinted pom poma n d flowered ball point pens will be presented to the ladies. Youngsterwill receive lollipops and pla>tic piggy banks, and there are letter openers for the men. Refreshments will be served. Guests may go on a guided tour of the building. There will also be an opportunity to enter Flager Federal's "Live, Rent Free—Write a Slogan" con-. test, which carries a grand prize ol six months rent, or mortgage payments, lor the best slogan, in six words or less, typifying Flagier Federal and its services. Contest closes midnight. Jan. 10. Second prize is four months rent; third prize, two months: and fourth prize, one month. Six lavish silver tea and coffee sets round out the awards list. Entry forms are also available at the branch office in Biscayne Shopping Plaza, ,-,70 NE 81st st. Flagier Federal's new home was designed by architect Alfred Browning Parker, a senior vice president of the association, and constructed by Prank J. Rooney. An impressive structure of bronze and Italian Travertine marble, its two main entrances constitute the most extensive usa of arch bronze in the South, according to Marks. A 20-foot colored concrete and marble promenade around the building, landscaped with tre ; and plants, wadesigned to fit in with the "new look" planned for (low ntow n Miaou The public lobby features a lounge where depositorcan prepare transactions while seated at a table. There are six savings receptionist desks, seven teller -lotions, with provision for expansi in to 12. and the traditional Stand-Up tables in the lobby's center. An outdoor walk-up teller window ion the 1st ave. side of the building. Interior trim is of Honduras mahogany, which blends with carved desk edges of solid mahogany. Louis Shantzek Louis II.. son ol Mr and MrMi chael Shantzek, 250 Michigan ave Will be Bar Mitzvah On Saturday morning. Dee 30. at co.mrcgat.on yy ante< j Middle Aged Woman Beth Jacob Kahlu Tibor -stern will officiate. .\ -.xth grade -indent al south Beach Elementary. Louis is a mem ber of PAL. Boy Scouts, Parade Drill Team, and a Young Judea group His hobby is wood-carving. Unencumbered as housekeepercompanion to elderly gentleman in exchange for nice home and board and some wages. Reply Mr. I, Box 2973, Miomil David Wallack Dav id. son ol Mr. and MrIan i; Wallack, and grandson Ol Mrs Sinai Garden Club to Meet M, smai Hospital Garden Club will have a general meeUng Monday J.B. 8. at the home of Mis Jilliam Sussman. 3701 Pinetree dr., gull lecturer for the afternoon., ROOM AND BOARD FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE SPICIAl 10W SUMMER RATES Strictly Kosher-Warm Atmosphere Car Service-Mrs. H. levin 1545 IUCIID AVI. Jl 1-3741 LADY FOR LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING in Kosher home, and care for convalescent patient, live in or out. FR 4-3540 TNI PERFECT DESK PIN SIT FOR HOME OR OFFICE I • • • StfafoooA 9 No. 112 FOUNTAIN DES* PIN SIT EFFICIENT, ECONOMICAL WITH THE mOHT POINT FOR THE WAY YOU WRITE ALSO AVAILABLC IN ATTRACTIVf COLOKS BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N.I. 59th STREET MIAMI Tel. PL 4-3457 134 NE. 1st STREET MIAMI Tel. FR 3-5739 STEVENS OFFICE SUPPLY 1608 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Tel. JE 8-7205



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Page 10-B +Jeist FkrH&r Friday. December 29, 1361 Medical Confer Takes Spot-light Hada>>uh Medical i I the nea Hida ssao Hebrew .<• %  -.:> % %  %  • %  • Kir etu •.ho La :•; ....: ho el iunc&ieon under :he t a wmmanitti i Mrs Sam Rubarn. and Mr? Otto %  b Sinaoeon 9 tcb : CM D ales -;e by the • Mrs PluLLipF. Th•--.< proj • 1 b) Le?Ue HuXa ut the C. abiiee .-'.den pal m tree renterI tcea i ecch table, w itli ttribbon • • s end{okld i let souv nit at I 0 nter in Is Pearly Gait by Hal Pear JU* Mizrachi Unit Elects Officers rs [ the s r the Mil '. %  :F,r—. Joseph K : t t ] b y. Kil L %  M..\ Hecfeat. S %  David Pau C Giu< < %  Safra. Zvi 1 Uenrj GniKk r %  : rrii Bienen jeromc B Jerry A -. A. .. HAPPY N€W YEARS EVE %  ... ...... 1" l\l K K : ?::•:•:-' .a* -X ItS S NC-E OC : •--rate* i>et — -: -. -.:% %  ';.:.-!! • £' %  = %  = • .s i i-: Sir :v iv :t .-; ji : laaM !-ja %  • •- i tU v $-j a::^rr;*f Ca ; *:' ASt6€TTU Wi.MM i Beach JE*-2141 H .it K> tllla KING ART HUR'S COURT The SINGIMG STRINGS DINNERS* • SUPPER MIAMI SP* RINGS V ILLAS 500 Dter talun • TU 8-4521 ut a-Juw %  -fc MORE TO SEE: '. n S -...-._ the J gs and %  rw i a f-.rsl M M.i~. b rr^ure to Glory ,x ire of BV rev_ t • % %  : eo%errun£ Murrajr Frarki.r. a decisioo to lemporar "CaL--ru *h c x^: musical eomd> Franl -: % %  :%  dad >c by al3>> be:-: return tc U uooal Murra* Fn thai ba41 imi ateaeh lamlaaa The 4>M mi'th mister and a xany er headed by the unpredictable Frfk^ Hyers. o New York's id Cwb 18 will pace the njghfly gambois that run tho hwrnerms gamut The Cookies and the M jble Kay Carole with her Yiddish spoutrnj dummy Tommy will also be • hand to play winS the n^hHy fun seekers. I M..rr.> Frai %  for the eom. r. a ad Compai Fraakw H>*: aad -a %  RESTAURANT ROW ~ '• • -..%  or .,-_ i.\-ra: '•'•. ;; J? et:r.£ and it's a mostly feature at the %  I Htgh on hSe lis* for eleoarf d ni-g is the Moot Lisa room at hSe Eden Roc. Traditional Friday r.ig+rt d.nn*ri include sacramental wvte There's someting different on the menu almost every night o#tt JACK SCHwA/JZ ond t£rt UStHSIWS NEW HOTEL it '6617 George Washington 516 Washington Ave Miam BeacH 1.95 SUPPERS :r 5.75 Rooms—3 Meals CATERING-S2 25 up-THE FINEST NEW YlAB S EVE SUPPER PARTY S3 50 per penSEASON S GREETINGS TO ALL HARFENIST KOSHER Dairy & Meat Restaurant (2 SEPARATE KOSHER KITCHENS 1381 Washington Avenue 82055 fer rtw Suoeo s o*i :• Race I E.e? i '•' OUR FOOD IS MOST DELICIOUS ... TRY US ONCE AND YOU WILL COME EACK AGAIN AND AGAIN Serving Daily BreoHosf, lunch and Dinner STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER -. -;-. i-__KNOWN =C.vs *N C £ = ORDERS rc TAXE c + 841 Washington Ave. E\cefLeat Freoc iws (OawaaeU and abroad to DeCootm*rb spot oa Bay Harbor Uiaod TRITON TERRACE HOTEL DINING ROOM NOW OPEN FOR NEW SEASON THAT. O\A L PR ?A^ ". C—" • : "' 2729 COLLINS AVE. on the OCEAN For Reservations Colt JE 1-9003 or JE 1-6*51



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Fridcy, December 29. 1961 knisUFhricftar Editor's Wife, Mrs. Kassewitz, Passes Here, 52 W,/l >-v.-. %  .... -, n New V ip|( %  LEGAL NOTICE Page ll-B LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. i\ CHANCERY No IC 13754 HARRY L. EVANS M '. %  % %  • • .; M ••> Tlli i.M VS I HIS." %  ., • • • • %  '. I'll • ii NAT^XN FRANK LEGAL NOTICE i WilliamKassev ,:, ,fe )f Jack Kassewitz, Sunday i tor r the Miami News, dud gain y, Dec. 23. at the age of 52. Orit nallj •'' %  >' } Macon. c.a Mrs jassi itz and her husband cam,' hen i 2. At !ho rim* of her death, Mrs. Kasse^itl &f% %  a s serving as pulicity :-airrir cflhe Shenandoah K H. LKA *x. r u L -.k-V PTA Hif.h .Ch33. rTA. ing i addition to her hus-'. "SNJAM'N ISENSERG bai N n. Jack, jr., and two Mrs. J. T. Johnston and '' %  > %  %  %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT a fred lechbacher IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORiDA IN PPD3ATE *s$ sra^s P ,cT^c!Si^r LAW :' %  % %  ... • •. %  • %  %  %  ... %  [as*. i and aer husband came !" ^'" 1J • ,. en Ji; vej-.ago from Wash,,' ........... u.c., ana uvea at s^o s\v ,!. ND :4"3e.A Mr; Si: es %  Dec, 26 at Gordon Funei. I%  with interment in -" %  'IV „.. ... ...... • • l.\ Kr, I.stale o' %  '! I I 9 Hi R p, ROHI : "I ..i! % %  i| I '•• p -HENRY R.SSMAN NO T I C E 0 C R E D -OR S (, c. %  I |i : %  LOUIS H. KATZENBERG H (' f lIt I. K IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAQi __NTY. FLORIDA. N ?j ; iM TE N o •: %  ,i \OT'C= TO CRcD TORS • • I -' %  •. .' %  : %  % %  • %  : %  XI S I • • %  • i the %  ..... h • h i %  lit II IN THE C'RCU T COURT OF T-^1 ELFVFNTHJU9K OF FLORiDA N AND -OB CADS COUNTY -. CHANCERY. N : 1472 •• : • 11 \ I' v \ i. v i: '" M VI.XIK %  NOTICE OF SU T %  %  i • %  %  -• %  i• w. .,. LEGAL NOTICE R .ir\ i\ ing .i • i %  r. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 29, 1961

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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HNmpPfl?
Jewish Floiidian
Vclume 34 Number 52
Combining THf WISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WffKlY
Miami, Florida. Friday. December 29. 1961
Two Seclions Price 20'-
Report Reds Planning Bases in
t
ARRESTED IN SOUTH
Morocco Jews
Denied Right
To Sell Property
\- \I.I.\NCA Moroccan
pities in the southern part ot
l intry are prohibiting the
I ; property by Jews who wish
t \e their towns, it was report-
ed here. In Essaouira. leaflets are
1- s distributed urging local Mos-
lem' to retrain from purchasing
I or any other property lrom
ji |i aving the town.
'.: the same time, five .lews
wen arrested in the southern Mo-
region of Ksar es-Souk on
charges ol "Zionist activities"' and
of allegedly helping Jews to leave
thi country for emigration to Is- '
rael. A -ixth Jew. Sion Elkoubi.
had been arrested earlier on sim-
ilar charges, and is still in jail
: ng trial. The five arrested
wen identifed as Toubly. Berkiki.
Hi bi Ichou and Meir Anna.
A Moroccan court of appeals
in Tangier* will hand down a
iudgment next month in the case
ef Capf. Morilas Reinardo, skip-
per of the vessel "Price," in
which 42 Jews were drowned
last January when the ship sank
eff the Moroccan coast. Reinar-
do was sentenced to four years
and two months imprisonment
after he was convicted by a
lower court of manslaughter
through negligence.
Appeals by two other crew mem
ol the ship. Sanchez and C'as-
an. who were sentenced to
0n< year each, were rejected, and
their sentencoi were confirmed.
During the interrogation by the
appeals court. Reinardo testified
' a sudden sale had hit the ship
ilooded the hull. He said the
sank within a few minutes.
I'- admitted that he had abandon-
' the ship while it was sinking.
to' nardo's attorney, a Jew identi-
fied as Zaoui. pleaded that Ihe
court was incompetent to trj the
cast The Moroccan Attorney Gen-
' has demanded the maximum
alty provided by law. The ap-
peals court is composed entire!) "'
Mo-lem judges.
Concern Seen Mounting
Over Visit of Nine-Man
Naval Observation Team
i
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL A\ IVReports that the Soviet I'nion may increase arms
shipments to Egypt and that it was conducting negotiations for the use
of Egyptian na\al basts to service Soviet fleet units wire being follow*
ed with close attention and concern here Tuesday.
According to the reports. Adm.
Sergei Gorshkov. supreme com-' "*
A Shofar, traditional Jewish symbol of freedom, is presented
to UN Ambassador Adlai Stevenson by Dr. Jocchim Prinz,
president of the American Jewish Congress, at ceremonies at
which the AJCongress honored the U.S. Mission to the UN for
fostering "the principles of decency and justice in human af-
fairs." Shofar is inscribed with Old Testament guotation from
Obadiah, ". And an ambassador is sent among the nations."
UN Rejects Pro Arab
Changes in Refugee Move
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)The annual debate In the United Na-
tion- on the Arab refugee problem ended here with the General Assent
bly rejecting two pro-Arab amendment.- to a United States resolution.
The plenary session adopted the American resolution minus the pro-
posed amendments without a single negative vole.
The final balloting on the Amcr
Buber Wins
Literary Award
TEL AVIV (JTA) Prof.
Martin Buber was presented this
week with the Tel Aviv Municipal!-,
tv award lor literature, but not
until alter a sharp debate on his
publicly expressed view that AdoU
Eichmann's death sentence should
be commuted 10 hie imprisonment
Council members of the Herut
Party demanded that the prize
should not he awarded lo Prof.
Buhcr Jo-eph Sosiphoff. oi Herut.
said that Prol Buber had not de-
nied ., atemcnl attributed to him
i
Continued en Paoe 2 A
ican draft, lor which Israel voted.
was 62 m favor, none against, and
;<7 abstentions. The absentions in-
cluded the Arab and Soviet blocs.
The resolution recalls a series
of Assembly resolutions adopted
here since 1948, notes "with
deep regret that repatriation or
compensation of the refugees"
has not been affected; that no
substantial progress has been
made "for the reintegration of
the refugees either by repatri-
ation or resettlement" and that,
therefore, the situation of the
refugees "continues to be a mat-
ter of serious concern."
The resolution request.- the Pal-
estine Conciliation Commission to
"intensify" its efforts for Imple-
Continued on Page S A
mander of the Soviet Navy, com-
pleted a \isit Monday with a u m
.man delegation in Egypt. During'
the visit, the Soviet naval leaders
reportedly examined the po-sibil
ities ot reaching such an agree
men! with President Nasser's gov-
ernment.
Al Massaa, the Cairo daily, de-
clarer1 Monday that new units
which arrived recently at Alex-
andria had made the Egyptian
Navy the strongest striking pow-
er in Ihe Middle East. One re-
port said that Egypt was nego-
tiating for three additional squad-
rons of Soviet MIG 19 jet fight-
ers and several more subma-
rines.
According lo another report, Ihe
bases sought in Egypt would be in
replacement lor the base lost by
the Soviets in Albania as a result
of the Communist power struggle
which led to a breaking off of d'p-
lomatic ties between the USSR
and Albania. The Albanian base
was the only one ihe Soviets had
..n the Mediterranean Sea.
The State Department in VVasb-
ngton declined lo comment Tues-
I day on Ihe reports.
Al Mas.-aa also reported that the
Continued on Page S-A
Nasser Vows
Army Beef Up
LONDON .JTAi Carnal Abdcl
Nasser, president of the Unit e d
\rab Republic, has told his follow-
rs that he will build hi.- nation's
armed strength "to meet Zionist
and Imperialist threats.** according
o Egyptian dispatches received
here
Addressing a rally at Port
Said, in celebration of the with-
drawal of British and French
forces following the Suez Canal
action in 1956, Nasser said he
will add three divisions to his
army, as well as a "well-armed
national guard," to enable him
"to break the head of anybody
who may approach us."
He implied, however, that he
Joes not intend to attack Israel at
this lime, stating that those who
were urging him to engage in war
against Israel or in any other kind
Iof military operation were doing
.so "in order to stab us in the
I back."
xNo Confidence' Motion
On China Beaten in Israel
JERUSALEM(JTA)The Kne-set overwhelming!] defeated tins
week a Communist Party motion ol non-confidence in the government
over Israel- vote on the issue of seating Ihe Communist Chinese re-
gime in the United Nations.
SENSATIONAL WAR CRIMES TRIAL PENDING
Nazis Sentenced for Killing Jews
BONN(JTA)Four former Na-
zis received prison terms this
week lor participation in the Nazi
genocide of European Jews while
plans were pushed for one of th'
largest war crimes trials to date
in West Germany.
Frani Hoffman, a former deten-
tion chief at the Dachau murder
tamp, was sentenced to life im-
prisonment for the murder of two
Jews in 1938.
The Karlsruhe jury court con-
victed three former Einsatx Com-
mando leaders of complic.ty in
the murder of some 1,000 Jew-
ish men, women and children in
Hie Soviet Union during the
1941-43 period. They were sen-
fenced immediately.
Erich Krlinger. a leader in Hit-
ler's SS Elite Guard, was sen
tenced to 12 years Impnsoninent
for participate in the.murder-of
100 Jews Former SS U JUin-
hold Bruennert and former Capt.
Education Minister Abba Eban.
replying in behalf of the govern-
ment in the absence of Foreign
Minister Golds Meir, said Israel's
attitude In the voting expressed
three points: support for the seat-
ing ol a groat and populous power
the peoples ol China in the UN
and all it- agencies; concern for
peace in the Far East and the
sion this year. She also assailed
Israel's refusal to support a So-
viet resolution at the UN to oust
the Fcrmosan Chinese regime.
She said that this Israel policy
was contradictory and detri-
mental to the interests of Israel
and world peace.
Although no party supported the
.peace in the Far bast an. tm ,k.n|1 ., ,,.
Hans Schuhmacher. two of Gen. uork,. an(1 t.onccni (or ,llc demo. ahstainl from the
! Krlinger- aides, each received
four years imprisonment. Schun
macher reportedly was an official !,octjon o( sma|| nations against de
Of the West German government a cisions bv gimple majority.
few years ago. serving as head
of the Saarland ofliee for combin-
ing Communism and Nazism.
Robert Mulka, 66. former SS
colonel and assistant to Auschwitz
ICommander Rudolf Hoess, was re-
I leased on bail following his re-
.... .U 1.11)11.II I ,|ll\ .lll-l.llllt U >.., 1MV
cratlC principle involved in the ^ Mch |()|. (ll|fron| rcagon8,
United Nations Charter ini the^pro- Am.',.,.| EUoMr aggerted that Red
Ch'na had always been aligned
with Israel's enemies. Izhar Ha-
irari of the Liberal I'arlv -aid he
approved Ihe vote though his party
was opposed to it. Mapam's Israel
Barzilai declared that the Ceylon
proposal by Israel invalidated the
vote of acceptance. Mr. Eban said
Esther Wilenska, a Communist
deputy, who submitted the mo-
tion, attacked the support by Is-
rael for the Ceylon proposal re-
quiring a two-third", vote on the
issue of seating Red China,
Continued on P-9 "*
which made it impossible for that Israel was one of the first
that country to gain UN admis- countries to recognize Red China.


Paqe 2-A
*Jenit ntradfM3tf7
Friday. Tecember 29, lggj
By JTA Teletype Wire
Educational Television
For Israel
JERUSALEM A special advi-
se ry board si the ir.troduc-
i : i u( atii nal television in Is-
yet approved _.<
tjnes< i 4*; :_ u*
i th ..:.. meed
Tues a;
The ar made the annour.ee-
! denying a rep ri i..at ii~. i
UNESCO recommendation had
D apprc\,
The Israel Broadcasting Ser-
Vice meanw.ii e anr.oun*ed it
c ar-.ed to extend commercial
c-ograms on the Stale Radio Kc!
Israel.
Sine a pr*vafe firm v\a< era'ted
a concession lor commercials on
} .-:..tl last April, monthly m-
i vi the siauo.i ro?e ; 1 t
E 1 (SiS.fcOOi a month lrom
liL. 000 i8>17.tf20 .. .........
Immigrant Absorption
JERUSALEMMore than 50 per-
c< : !I ants d irinj I x cur-
in yeai .t to develu;
Prof. Buber Wins
Literature Award
Ccntirued from Page 1 A
i' : I seek a n :
i eat] -entenci im] the
.' cr-lonei.
Ac'ing Mayor E. Shechter op-
pesed the motion and said that
r *:'. Buber. whom he described
as "cne of the greatest thinkers
c- cur time had the right to ex-
r-ess his opinion en any subject
he chose. The Council approved
tie priie by a majority vo'e.
Pre' B. n eived the award
lor his bo